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HAIKU, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY MORNINW, FEBRUARY 10. IM.
While other Baking Powders are largely
adulterated with Alum and othtr hurtful
has bttn kept unchanged In all Its original
purity and strength. The bett t vidtnct of
Ha taletf and effectiveness it the fact of
H: Uniting received the hiijhwt testimoni
als from the most eminent chemists in the
United States, who hare analyzed it, fret
its introduction to the present time. No
other powders show eo good results by the
true test-the TEST OF THE OVEN.
IT IS A PURE FRUIT ftCIO BMIN3 POWDER
STEELE & PRICE,
Chloago, 111., and Bt. Louis, Mo.,
SUasfotari f l.aaetta ThiI O .t. Dr. tVlM'i Saaelai
rtwlM USrkia, w4 lir. frlM'i alea fwtUM,
EOlttJK II. LECU M. ft.
Phvxician and Suryreon.
Special sttsnUnn. pM to lb Homni I'hie iresl
mnt of surgical dUeiwes, rl diseisus of women
orfl.ee: Uu llta strent, o;p'lt the I'oM Oil'ce,
QB. J. K. STRONG,
128 Commercial Ave., Cairn, III.
VAHOR, BLK OTKOVAPOR .sn MEDICATED
HAT I IS
sdmln stcrcd dally.
A Udy to mieiirtniicrt.
H W. C. JOCIT.YN,
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QR. K W. WHITLOCK,
Ornoi Nc. 19S CoramrrelaJ Avenue, bitvwr,
Bert J and NIMH treu
PROPRIETOR OF BPROAT'8 PATEN'
Wholesale Uealer in loe
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?.'!KEU FOR 8H11TINO
Onr Toadw a iSpoomltv.
(r. Twelfth Street and Lwvoe
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MFT PUMPS KITitMISUKn AND TUT
CP IN A WOltKMANLlKR
W4NNKR, (US FIX.
Of all kinds Isralsheitu order, o'A Allure. re
bfiti'l jiriiiln pr iinnilf ttm!il to, . ynlers
received at OsnUI lis tman's or at the shop,
MNKra AND TKNTII ST,BEKTS,
s OA1RO IIAjH.
THE WORK OF A MOB.
An Attempt to Capture a Jail and
Lynch a Negro Fiend.
he Work of the Mob Foiled By the Loyalty
of the Jailor.
Bsroral Person Killed and Other
Kansas Citt, Mo., February 9.-The
Time, Faola, Kansas, ipeclul suvs:
Thursday nlpbt about 11 o'clock Maud
Bennlnf , a little colored (111 9 years old ,
wss found lying upon the ground In the
lUburljt of the city, lneiwlble, t ripped of
tnot of her clathlnj, bruised iind inunglcd
Ju a inont terrible mannnr, and evidently
thu victim of a hi'lll'h crime The child'
arnn nnd lt wero frozen utiff. About 11
o'clock I o-day the became conadou
and told a ttory of fiendUh
treatmnut which ihe had suf
fered. She bad been tent upon an crrnnd
early In the evrnln?, nnd on hT return,
about 8 o'clock. he wim i7."d hy Uttt
Binlth, a DotorioiiK D' 'o. i!und "to a
ole, c!if ked n,i ravii-.i t A tu. n mi rlcil
ome disuncc and thrown upon tue uneot,
apparntl pft fur dead, ijialth was ar
rented ami taken to Jail. The nhild'i f ath
er, procuring a fhot-Kun, followed and at
tempted to shoot the tiend, but wm pre
ventod by the bystander. About 11
o'elork to-nlcbt ait' excited crowd, chiefly
oi coiorod men, oine in iiinsk. Katbernd at
the Jail and demanded the prlioner. The
Sheriff had prepared fortheetnergency.iind
warned tlicui awny. but the clam'oroui
throng pubed forward and forced open
the door of the building. Tbe Sheriff
truck the foremost m;in over the head.
Then the mob opened f re, to which the
Shentf and deputies replied, and a general
fu!ude ensued. The front window and
dnor of the building were perforated with
shot. Ed. Long, son of the Sheriff, re
ceived a buckshot wound in the arm.
James McOrew, colored. w shot through
tbe head and tnstuntlr killed. Two other
colored men received sifriou wounds.
Severn! other were sliehtly injured. The
mob then retreated nnd without further ef
fort to obtain possesinn of the prisoner,
dispersed. The Sheriff wa supported by
two or three deputies durln? the tight .
ine street are thronged with people,
numbering, among them our bent citizen,
who are diffusing the affHirin a business
like, determined manner, and the Ind'ca
tion are that the prisoner will be taken
from the guard when brought for his pre
liminary examination snd summarily uiill
witn. the excitement 1 intense. 1 he
beriff is cenured. though he proba-
blv did no more than bli dutv.
This is the fourth case of the
kind In which Smith has been Involv
ed. He committed a timllar crime In
Paola abous four year ago, and wu
shortly afterwards lent to the penitentiary
from Linn count v for a like offmse, and a
vear ago wu under arrest bere for a repe
tition of hi hcll.eh deeds. Ho is a worth
ies luteal, and his death would be
blessing to tho country. The girl I tn a
very critical condition and may die. but
should she recover hcrlinib will (n all
probability have to be amputated.
A BOILER EXPLOSION.
Five Men Killed Instantly and Two Fatally
Tayxorvills, III., February 9. Tbe
boiler at the extensive tile factory In this
dty, exploded this morning at 7:15. The
yard is located a milo southeast of tbe
buklne portion of the city. Tbe men, to
gether with P. New, tbe proprietor, had
fust commenced work when tho accident
occurred. Five men were killed Instantly.
John Jones, engineer, was completely
disemboweled, both his legs broken and he
was otherwise mutilated.
Samuel Lcnam was torn Into fragments,
his body only being recognized by his rub
ber boot", which were still on his feet.
Peter Jeu, the proprietor, had both legs
broken, and hi bead scalded and frac
tured. John McCulIora was horribly mutilated.
Win. Dishcl bad tbe top of his bead
The son of Chris Neu was fatally Injured
and Tandy Vandevecr fatally injured.
The explosion shook tbe building in tbe
city as If it wore shocked by an earth
quake. The machinery was thrown
several hundred yards and the yard Is a
total wreck, the whole vicinity being
strewn with the debris of heavy timbers,
and still heavier pieces of Iron machinery
bent and twisted Into every conceivable
shape, The bodies have been removed to
the Cltv Hall, whero tbe inquest will be
held at 1 o'clock. This great calamity
has plunged our little city into the deep
Wisconsin' Love Siory.
F0NIU LaC, Wis., February 9. The
sympathy ofthepubllo here ,1s with Mln
Vesta, daughter of a druggist named
Utiles, who Is undergoing a peculiar sort of
persecution at the bands of C. J. Jones,
of Pan Francisco. She served as governess
in his family until he proposed to marry
her as soon as he could get rid of his wife,
and then she started forborne, In the night,
with but Just money enough to pay her
fare. Keecntly curd decorated with her
photoerui h, and containing printed allega
tions dinnnglng to her reputation, were
sent to h'r friends in this place by Jones,
who a snort time previous had called at
tbe house und been kicked out.
Fftllnres ol th Week.
Skw Yohk, Fchnmry fl. Business fall
tires the past seven tbivs throughout the
I'nlted States and Canada as reported toK.
O. Dun & Co., mercantile ngencv, number
27ft, a reduction of 30, a compared with
Inst week. w England htates, i;
Southern. 78; Western, 8ft: Middle, 4;
Pacific Coat States and Territories, ift;
New York City, 4; Canada, 24.
A Hermit Murdered.
Detroit, February 9. JiwobBnaltmnn,
n old man ovor 70 yesrs of age, who lived
a hermit life In the woods of Monroe Town
shin, Newalgo county, bad tho reputtiilon
of having considerable money. lie wk
found dead In his hut Thursday, evidently
murdered, doubtless for his money, He
has no relations tn tbe region where he
Tawa, Itx.j February 9. Reliable news
Just received atates that Peter New', a for
jnor resident of Pan., was killed, together
with live other men, at 7 o'clock this morn
ing bv n boiler explosion tn a tllo factory al
THvlo'rvllle. III. Henry New, a nephew of
Peier, Is In a dyltiR condition.
IHuM h of William E. DtW a.
JTr.w York, February 9. William P.
Dodge died this morning. He had been ill
for a week, but it was thought ftot serl-
Bills Introduced-An Exciting Dlf
8pnisr,FiK!.D. III.. February 0. The
Senate met at JO o'clock. The fii Ht buxlnen
wax to order tbe priming weekly of a
vnoils's of all bllU nntilim'. for lit-
trihuiion among members. A motion to
reoigJiKza tuo coiiimittee on Kuiiroau
to constat of the seventeen original mem
bers lailed to pay. A bill favoring com
pulsory education, on It second reading,
received much attention, being dbcussed
with some beat In relation to some of It
legal bearings. The bill wa finally ordered
to a third reading. A motion to reconsider
the voto on tho Hailroad Committee
carried, and the matter vva made
special order for Wednesday rooming. The
reolltr!,i,i tn tmtf.n-l.ti M iklwulnril
ltivcr In the building of booms above the
piers or ir)i:gc to intimate t lie navigation
of boat and rift wa introduced, ft was
ordered that whsu tho senate adjourned it
should lie till b p. m., ou Monday. Alter
some btiBlnem of minor importance It ad
journed. TFIB HOl'SB.
TTtfrK iTiliMfai tr. anii.a nni b I A i.o.i 4 I n In
i iitvi'fi; - 'fc rviuc viiiiiuvi i it'll in
the House, the Unrper bill being made the
nn1fl1 l t'f At" tnm Thn n r ia nnl
'I'VIKI 1 1V A IM(I UT III ,) Itll4 Ci y.
tltion ontainlng 13,5(JH names being re
ceived from Cutcago. A political discus
sion followed on the resolution mcmoraliz
lng Congress to grant a pension to uvery
veternn of the Mexican war except
Jeff Liavls. It was adopted after tho fail
ure of an attempt to Include Lonirstreet
and Xasby in tne exception. A number of
ouis or minor importauce were mtrouucea
and a new license bill presented to allow
suits for damages by Interested persons
aui;r nonce u:i ucin g;en noi 10 stii n
quorto" certain ItidhMiuls. Tho House
ni.iii'i i i-Huil !n tti.. Il.-I I. ill .. 1 i,l,M ika
.wi,i. 1 1 i i;i. .I, VilU -7 tllU Will I'lUCIHI
priuunif of n aynophU of peudiug bills for
A BURNING VESSEL.
Five People Drowned A Wife Follows Her
Sav Francisco, Cal., February 9. A
Seattle dispatch says: The steamer Gem
left this port this morning, loaded with hsy
snd other freight, for Port Gamble, Sea
back and Union Citv. Four passengers
called at Port Madison, and in the
afternoon stared for Port
Gamble. "When five or six miles
out ttrioke was observed coming from the
hay. They headed the boat for the shore,
lambed tbe'w beel, got the life boat Into the
water, but In three minutes went adrift.
All but tbe extreme forward part of the
boat was a mass of flames. Tbe Chinese
cooks and two deckhands shoved the re
maining boat Into-the water, lumped for it.
fell Into the water and were drowned. F.
C. Vickery, passenger, a teacher at Sko
homish Indian reservation, cried to bis
wife to fobow bim and he would save her,
and plunged into the Sound and was
drowned. The wife followed him and sank
in a moment. Tbe dock hands lost were
Geortre Gowan and E. Kayback, and they,
with Vickery and wlje and' the Chinese cook
complete the list of tboe drowned. Cap
tain Williamson anchored and kept the
crift's head to the wind, kept the bow free
from tire and themselves safo until taken off
by boats from the shore two miles distant.
The Gem was a stern-wheeler, rifty-elght
tons, belonged to John McCree Co., of
Union City, and was valued at $6,000. No
Insurance on tbe vessel ur cargo.
Considering the Advisability of Forming
a Consolidated Company.
New York. Febnwry . A prlvato
meeting of rubber manufacturers was held
at the Astor House Thursday, at which
were preeut fifteen representatives of the
leading rubber companies of" tbe United
States, the convention discussed the ques
tion of the advisability of forming aeon-
olldHted rubber manufacturing conipanr,
to include all tbe best companies in the
countrv. and after a discussion of the sub
ject in all its points decided to leave the
matter to a eomnuuee oi six manufactur
ers, who will make a report at the next
In accordance with the agreement made
last month a number of companies will
close their factories nnd throw at least
8,000 persons out of employment. Tho
reason for this action Is the high prire of
crude rubber, which manufactures claim is
due to cliques working towards speculative
end. Tho inniufcturcra would bo will
ing to pav advanced prices for crude rubber
if they could get correpondingly advanced
figures for their goods,
The High Wnlers nt ClnelnnsU.
Cincinnati, February 9, The river
continues to rise two Inches an hour. It
was fifty-seven feet three Inches deep at
12:30 to-day. Dispatches show It receded
eight inches at Marions. It will combine
to rise here at least till to-morrow, and
may reach sixty feet. No additional loss of
property here Is reported. Tho Cincin
nati, Washington and Baltimore, Cincin
nati. Indianapolis. St. Louis & Chicago,
and Dayton short Lluo are unable to reach
At Newport, Kentucky ,'fully 200 families
were compelled to remove from their
dwellings. Manv more are driven to tho
upper stories. Tuo wcathor is still clear
Cleveland, February 0. Mr. Mo
Donald is on trial here for being concerned
with her husband and W. K. Auilutsh, an
attornoy, in attempt to blackmail Dr. F.
II. Ikrr, apromlnet physician of family,
to whom she is charged with writing two
menacing letters demanding money. Her
Her husband and the attorney are said to
have tried to extort money from Burr by
threatening to tile divorce proceedings
charging Mrs. McDonald with criminal In
timacy with him.
Tho Flsberj Treaty.
Washington. February P. The Sen
ate Committee on Foreign Affair will re
port favorably a resolution directing the
President to give notice during Julv to the
Queen of Great Britain that It Is the wish
of the United Slates to terminate the arti
cles of the treaty of Washington relating to
the fishery question.
Nw York. February 9.-Judge Free
man, of the Supreme Court, decided that
suit of William 8. Williams and others
agCnst the Western Union Telegraph Com
pany, for declaring f 16,000,000 of Western
Union stocks void, be put over until the
appeals taken by the western Uulnii from
the previous decisions of tbe same case bad
Tbe coach which left Paclflo Springs, W.
T.i In the Sweet Water Stage Line, last
week, w as caught In storm Friday and
abandoned, tho party starting back on foot
to the station. Tbe driver. N. J. Stewart,
was frozen to death and Thos. Scott will
lose his hands and font W. V. Stark.
pMiAngnr. has not yet been found. ' Thy
sin out three dan sad night.
Dnvtd Iavl' Ens;a;enient.
Wamh;t, February 9. There Is B9
foum'.i f-.r tlin current paragraph to tbe
effect r, it Mrs. Jiidge John Blair Hnge, of
West Virginia, was authority for the an
nouncement of the engagement of Senator
Blnluo'n 'ew Hlstort-.
Washinuton, February 9. Mr. Blaine's
political bistort is to published in Nor-
wien, i. will, II is noi 10 oe ill any nemo n
work of reniliiinenee, but simply histori
cal, und It v nl not be conllued to nny par
ticular side or phase of the anti-slavery
conflict and Ihe civil war, ns bus been the
case tb mot oi the hNtorles writren thus
far. When ever reference Is made to the
author It will be us . Olnlno," and not
"I" Mr. Blaine has purposely established
his home In Wiioblngton that he may have
access to tba Congressional library iu the
preparntlou of his history.
Washington, February 9. The War
Department has been informed of the cap-tin-of
Captain Pavue and his party of
0:;botiu olonls'.i. General Sherman
states ihnT be supines tti.i captives will he
tukeu to Tort y.iii'.h and turned over to the
civil author tie, wim w.il st them at lib
nr:y ii'am, ss inn already been done on
more taan o.i aceasiiin. Gen jral saernwn
thinks more stringent laws should be
enactsd for th punishment of this class of
St. Charto Post Office
Washington. February 9. A letter to
the Post-OSice Department has, it is Just
learned, requested the Senate Commission
to pospine further action In the St. Charles
post-oltlce ease until a special agent can be
sent to St. Charles to make inquiry Into the
facts In the c:-e and report to the depart
ment. This ageut will be sent al ouce.
Washington, February 9. Thummo
rial of the Senate and House of Alabama
asking Congress to pas the bill granting
frauebe und aid to tho St. Louis, Mont
gomery nnd Florida railroads was present
ed in th ! bouse this morning by Represent
tlv e Forney.
A False I'ropfaet.
Washington, December 9. There are
o Indications of the heavy storm" pre
dicted by the weather pr.iphet. Wiggins,
and It Is understood he has withdrawu the
prophecy concerning the great hurricuue
and tidal wave for March 11.
Washington, February 9. A remon
strance was presented agrnst placing lum
ber on tho free Hot. Itsutcs that &),.
000.000 and 1,000,000 mcu are employed In
the lumber business.
The bill to relieve ships and other ves
sels from compulsory pilot fee were re
Senator Edmunds reported favorable the
Joint resolution providing for the termina
tion of the tishnies articles of the Wash
Senator Ferry moved to take up tho post
route bill. Loot, yeus 27, noes 'ii.
The tariff lull was thon takeu up.
Senator Bayard' amendment was adopt
ed so as to make tho mtnernl water para
graph of the free list read "mineral waters,
all not artificial, together with bottles or
Jugs In which the same are imported."
Senator Mot rill from the Committee on
Finance, reported amendment reducing
the ad valorem duty on all caro.'ts euiiiu ;
rated in the wool schedule, except "hemp
or Jute carpeting, carpets and carpeting of
wool, flax or cotton, or parts of either, or
other material not otbcrwii-e herein speci
fied," from 3i to 30 perceut. The amend
ment was agreed to.
On motion of Senator Vance the duty on
eorpets and carpeting omitted from tho
committee's amendments, except hemp
and Jute carpeting, was reduced from 40 to
40 per c m ad valorem.
Senator Hale reported the naval bill. It
appropriates 1.V.27,434. The Senate com
mittee add ijiiltf.BOO to the aggregate of the
bill as it passed tno House, and tbe total
amount exceeds last vear's bill bv about
&MX),000, tbe addition' being due to Items
for the increase of tbe navy, including a
sum for the completion of the monitors,
Senator Halo said tbe committee had
struck out from tbe bill every panicle of
general legislation, so the bill as reported
was a clean appropriation bill.
Senator Morrill reported the following
substitutes for paragraph ''Women and
children's dress goods, etc"., which was
agreed to: "Womeu aud children's dress
goods, coat lining, Italian cloths and goods
of like description composed In part of
wool, worsted, the bair of nlpara goats or
other animals valued not exceeding 'JO
cents per squaro yard, & cents per square
and S" cents ad valorem;
valued above '20 cents per square
yard, 7 cents per square yard, 40 per cent
id valorem. If composed wholly of wool,
worsted, hair or alpaca, or other animals,
or of a mixture of ihem, ulne cent per
square yard and M per cent ad valorem.
But nil such goods with the selvage mado
wholly or In part of other materials or with
thread of other materials introduced for
tbe purpose of chimvlng the classltlcntlon,
shall be dutiable at nine cents per square
yard and forty per cent ad valorem, pro
vided that such goods weighing over four
ounces per square yard shall pav duly of
thirty-bye cents per pouud snd forty per
cent ad valorem."
Washington. D. C, February 9. Mr.
Belford, from the Committee on Coinage,
Weights snd Measures, reported resolutions
decsrliiiivt Inexpedient to discontinue tbe
coinage or silver under tho exlstlug law,
and recommending the, Comtnltteo on Ap
propriations to report provisions for ad
ditional vault rnotn al tome point In the
Slisslsslppl Valley. Reforred.
Mr. Kasson offered a resolution that
during the remainder of the session It
snail be In order on any day after the morn
ing hour to move to suspend the rules so
as to consider iu the House anv regular ap
propriation or revenue bill "which shall
hv been recorted bv the eimnnitiH un.l
mav then be In committee of ihe w hole, or
which may then be on tbe Speaker's table,
and such motion shall be decided by a ma
Mr. Houk, chairman of the Committee on
warelalms, reported back the bill for the
payment of certain claims (Fourth of
July claims) reported by the accounting
officers of the Treasury. Objection wss
made to Its present consideration, and It
wss mude tbe special order for Tuesday
The oonferonce report on tho Military
Academy bill was submitted aud agreed
Mr. Deerlng reported adversely tho bill
authorizing the Mississippi Alliuquerquo
snd Inter-ocean Railroad Cot'npiiny to con
struct a road through the Choctaw snd
Chlekasmv Notions. Tabled.
The House weut Into committee ou the
The pending amendment was one offered
by Mr. Haskell, reducing from one end
three-lent bs to one ami two-tenth ior
pound the duty on sheet-Iron thinner than
one andono-hnlf Inches, and not thinner
than No. twenty wire guago. Agreed to.
The clause ns finally passed wss a fol
lows) Boiler or other plate-Iron, sheared
orunshwtrcdt skelplron, sheared or roll
cd in grooves, and sheet Iron, common oi
black, not thinner than No. 1W wire gauge,
one and two-tenths cents per pound: thiu
tier than No. V0 wire gauge and not thinner
than No. 3d wire gauge one and three
tenths of one cent per pound) thinner than
No. 26 wire gauge and not thinner than No,
'29 wire gauge one-half ol u nut pal
p'lu.id; thinner than No. 2! wire gauge and
el! ir ''i commercially known as common or
blaci. labors iron whether put up in boxes
or bundles or not. So per cunt, ad valorem.
Prinoa Napoleon Released From
Irish Affair An Insurrection in IndiaIn
Lovtjorf, February 9. X steamer Is
wrecked off Harwich. The crew I lost.
London, Februiry 9. Judah P. Benja
min, who has retired from practice, was
advised bv doci r of the highest seputation
in l'ui is that thu state of bis heart renders
Erotraeted argument in court unsafe for
in). He is otherwise in good health.
, Dim us; February ft, Davitt, nealy
and Qulnn will be treated as first-class
prisoners during confinement in Jail.
Wooilbouse, the Poor Law Inspector at
Glencoluiiibklll, in answering a demand for
the employment of starving people who as
tnliled at bis hotel, admitted there was
distress in County Donegal and advocated
emigration, when some one in the crowd
exclaimed: "We would rather die than
Dl blin, February 9. The trial of Wm.
O'Brien, editor of the United Ireland, for
seditious llbol. has begun. A. M. Sulli
van, M. P., who was defending the accus
ed. challenged the whole Jury on tbe
ground that the Sheriff neglected certain
neesiary form illtles In summoning them.
The triers sworn to decide the question de
cided aiulust Sullivan.
Hyderabad, February 9. The Nawab,
Sir Saler Jung, died of cholera Thursday
Bombay, February 9. The First Rcgl
mrnt of Bombay Grenadiers and a moun
tain battery ate ordered Immediately to All
Kajpoor, to suppress an iusurrcctlon of
Vhsna, February 9. Tbe Count Is
Chambord will issue a manifesto directly
after the adjournment of the French Dep
Taris, February 9. The Advocate Gen
eral refused to conmuulcate the ease
tga.iiH F.Iikc Napoleon to hi lawyers.
Paris, February 9. Princo Napoleon
was liberated at ii.30 this afternoon, the
tribunal having quashed the indictment
Brr.LTS. Feburary 9. Bismarck's pains
returned after he bad experienced some
Ottawa, February 9. The Dominion
Parliament, was formally opened by the
.TsptVrayne, the Oklahoma boomer, was
captured while on his way with a party to
Oklahoma, outfitted with one hundred
wagons. The whole party Is to be taken to
nOOS Slow: .'id lower; light $8 20rSfl
65; mixed packing 3sl U.VStJ &"; heavy
packing and shipping $o 707 10.
CATTLE Dull and wenker; exports
$3 TjfaO -2i; good to choice shipping to Uci
0 00; common to fair 4 '.'.Vno wo;butchersT
i'i bOCii 05; stockersi3 '2i(H 73.
CATTLE Light shlpplngfl70 ra $3 2fi;
Ileavy shipping steers 90 '2b and W 7.1; Me
dium to choice butcher steers $3 75 (3
H So; Fa'r native stock steers uv. 7oO to 80O
pounds. i& '2i Good to prime native cows
and heifers, a "Mtt$i i3; Native steers
snd h. l i i -, ; , -? 5 7ij Cows and calves
HOGs Light to good Yorkers $8 40ra
flftO; mixed to good packing WKirSO:
butchers to extra heavy 7i'i(a)7; skips ana
culls and Indian bogs ii 40iatl
hllLLP liood to fancy $.Va;5 30; com
mon to medium $3 i'.Va4 ii; stackers $2 75
raSoO; Texau$3Ta4 &0.
Cattle Market weak, and 60 to 10o lower
for shtDnpfM ! hlschHrM. fenrlnru nnd utnnlr.
ers firm. Hogs Market weak, slow and
aruirging; snaae tower than inursdsy;
range ii l&laU 70; bulk sales SO SifaO 60.
Oral 11. Etc.
WIIEAT-Lower: Repilar $10flr3V
February; fl ottH March; l OS. April;
$1 lirtiS May; spring nominal at $1 06V
(a I 00; winter $IU71 . Corn lower: 60X
riJ cash; o5f February: fitl March; 60 ft
4 April; 2iH M;iv. Hats easier; 3SS
cash; IMS' February; IM March; 40X
May. live dull and easier at 04. Barley
nominal at cUraeO.
WHEAT-Weaker; February $1 00 t
March 41 10'i ; April f 1 1J b. ; May $1 137
toll 14; Juno 1 h b.
CORS-tnsicrs February 61V to 61 HO
X; March M.' WW; April 02 to 63V; May
64 to.VU; June 64o7i.
OAlf-Weaker; February 38 b.i
March 36 Kb.; May 01 .
WHEAT ITeavy; HOY lower: No. 1
white Jl HI; No. 2 red February $110
IK); March $1 '20h(,l2 ; April tl V2M
23 M:iy$l 23HW24H No. 1 while March
CORN Wraf lowers mixed Western spot
OATS srsv lower and dull; Western
. NKKF Unchanged and dull.
PHUK Oulotaud wean; uew mess $19(3
BinTER-Flrtn for eholee grades, oth
ers weak; Western WoM; Elglu creamery
Country rrodneo. Etc
BUTTER Creamery Good to choirs
Mftt'W, to 37iSIW for fane? selections. Dai
ry Choice to fancy SWn10; fair to good 26;
rn 2Ss nvdluin to fair 30fi2flj common lv
1H, X'sitlicrii roll stemlv choice at '2Ua2'2,
off grades range t. 17m"J0. Near-by make
sells falrlv, if chnlne wrapped, at lo17l
but common to fair dull and slow isle at
LOGS With milder weather and In
creased receipts and offerings, the market
continue on its downward course, with a
free movement at the decline, all the fresh
lots offered meeting quick sale at 2houn
desirable stock, such as pickled, stale, etc,
could not be moved no demand.
and thin Id, to 17 for choice; Chickens
Small nnd badly dressed $ira'2 60; fair to
good fiMiWlftO; choice S1 7Vtf4; fancy
$4 anrii'4 6o: newe email, thin and red M
tf.'l 60; falr$4')4 60) choice 60; fancy
c7: Duck Small, poor and rough Si 60
rtt; medium to rood $4 60rri4; choloe$4
reH 0fanoy $4 76S.
Whest-Wcslern winter 91& N. 9
spring 0 M ; No. 0 spring 8 (id. Callfor
n:a wheat advanced Id. .Mixed Western
c'rn firm and a shad ilgber. Lard
Prime U sstein dull at 60 Hd. Beef Kxtra
India mess dull at !. Cora Old mixed
rini at ) Yxij rjdmn st le Hd.
That Crown's Iron Bitters
will cure the worst case
Will insurca hearty appetite
and increased digestion.
Cures general debility, and
gives a new lease of life.
Dispels nervous depression
and low spirits.
Restores an exhausted nurs
ing mother to full strength
and gives abundant sus
tenance for her child.
Strengthens the muscles and
ncrves.cnrichcs the blood.
Overcomes weakness, wake
fulness, and lack ofenergy
Keeps off all chills, fevers,
and other malarial poison. '
Will infuse with new life
the weakest invalid.
37 Walker Su, Ihltimore, Pec, i88t.
Kor six years 1 have heen a great
luflerer from lilood llisesur, l.'ys.
pcpvla, and Constipation, and brume
10 debilitated ihut I could nut retain
nythinjj on my stomach, in (act,
life had almost become a burden.
Unally, when hnpa h:id almost left
me, my hutb.iiid seeing Bsows's
Iuon Bittsks advtnued in ihe
paper, induced me ui ivn it a trial.
1 am now taking; the third bottle
and have not Idt so well in six
years at I do at the present time.
Mrs. L. . Grutix.
Brown's Iron Bitters
will have a better tonic
effect upon any one who
needs " bracing up," than
anv medicine made.
A remejy with such a repntst'on ss ITotetter's
St mcti hlilers deserve s faTtrl il If yna are
tliieitlc, your malml will rvei inal'y t Ivlil loll)
II ou ri re.'h'c, luck fl h utid tori il.'sp niUnt. it
will hoih liull'i si,d cheer yon i n; f you are
rnn-tipslurl, it will rel evo, and if l.lilon.' health
fully stln n In your llvar. Umi't de poud, bat
muo Ucsi tT'ir' to the 'lirltt rtlrectlo'i.
for rale by all l),ug,lsts nnd Dca'ers generally.
Shop ou II llilsv Avunne, between rourtb and
blitli Mr uis, Cairo, Illinois.
tlsTAII kind 'I I glit and heavy hbickstnlthlng,
wagon atid rarr ngi sv.irk tlonti in the motwoik.
rasnllse irannur, 11 rsu-shuoltig a specialty and
NKW YORK STORK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The .Largest Variety Slock
tN TIIK CITY.,
GOODS SOLlTvKRY CLOSE
O. O. PATlKUfe CO
Oof. Nlnolnth street 1 (iali Til
Commercial Avonni I Mil TO ill
fJALLIDAY BROTH KR,
FL0UP GRAIN AND BAY
; Proprttom ,