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Impurity of the
mid all UUt-aaea
rangcineiit of Liver, Boh via and Kidney.
SYMPTOMS OF A DISEASED MVEK.
Hdd Itrcuth; 1'ain in the Mk, tumrtimet the
rain Is Mi under ihe Shoulder-blade, miMakrn for
Kheiiniali,ni ; general lo,s of appctiie; IJnwd
Reuerally cmtive, (.oiiictirn altcinuting with lax;
iht head i irmibled with pain, i-. dull and heavy,
wilh coiisiili-rablc loss of ni'-mory, ar:cijmfiani':rj
with a painful srns.ition of leaving undone loinelhi 112
which (jukIu to have bu n done; a blight, dry oiikii
and flushed face it loiiwtinie an atiendaiit, often
misuken for comiimiiiioii, the patient complaint
of weariness and debility; nervous, e.isily itartled;
(ert cold or burning, soineiinicn a prickly seiuation
of the skin exists; spirits are low and despondent,
and, altlioiiyh salisfieil that exeruse would I Ijene
fn ial, yet one can hardly summon up fortitude to
try it in fact, distrusts every remedy. Several
of the above symptoms attend the ditea.se, but case
have occurred when but few of them existed, yet
examination after death has shown the Liver to
have been extensively deranged.
It aliould hn used liy all pcraona, old and
young, Ysht-nevpr any of the above
rrraoni Traveling; or Living In Tn
lii-alt liy l.oralitltf, by taking a dose occasion
ally to keep the Liver in healthy action, will avoid
all Malaria, It! Hon hIImi ks, Iiinness, Nau
aea, lriws'ness, iJeptession t.f (iirits, etc. It
will invigorate like a class cf wine, but la no lu
If You liav aten nnylliini; liard ot
rilKCHtion, or feel heavy after meals, or Hlcep
l at night, take a dose and you will be relieved-
Time and Doctora' Kill will tin aaved
by alwaya kcciilni; tlio Iti-ulator
in Ihv If 01 mo I
For, whjitever the ailment may be, a thoroughly
aafc purgative, alterative and tonic can
never be cut of place. The remedy is liarmli-aa
and doea not interfere with business or
IT IS Pl'IUXY VFCFTA I1I.E,
And has all the power and ellicn y of Calomel or
(J lininc, within any of the mjurio'is after elfccts.
A fiovernnr'a Testimony.
?imnioi I.iver H-iul.,tor has lKen in use in my
family for -.m tune, and I am satisfied it is a
valuable addition to the medK.t! scieni e.
J (jti.u S110K1 1:11, Governor of Aks.
Hon. Alexander II. Stephen, of (ia.t
says; Have derived s-.me benefit from the use of
Simmons l.ivcr Regulator, an-l wish to give it a
"The only Thlnp Hint nrvpr falla to
IU-lleve." 1 have used niaiiv remedies for Ilys-
rrpsia, l.ivrr AfTeition and Debility, but never
ave found any thing to benefit me to the extent
Simmons I.iver krRulalnr has. I sent from Min.
nesou to (.eorgia f r it, and would send further for
tuch a medicine, and would advise all who are sim
ilarly affected to ive it a tn.d a, it seems the only
thing that never fails to relicse
1' M Jam.et, Minneapolis, Minn.
Dr. T. W. Mawm aayai From actual ex
perience in the use of Simin. .s I.iver kepilator in
my practice I have Uen and am satisfied to use
and prescribe it as a purgative medicine.
JeJ?Take only lha (ientllne, whieh always
has on the Wrapper the red Z Trade-Mark
and Signature of ,). II. ZKII.IN Si CO.
KORSA.r. riY ALL IiRUOGISTS
QEOUGE II. LEACH, M.l).
PHYSICIAN tt SURGEON.
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic trout
mint of Kuriiical diaenaos. and d'.peae of women
and cht drxn.
OKr'ICK On llih street, opptaite the Pout
office, Cairo, 111.
JjU. J. K. STl'sONG,
12'J Ctduiiierritt Ave., Cairo, III.
V'Ai'OU, ELKCTKU-VAPOK and MKUic'ATKU
A lndy in atttsndance.
QU. W. C. JOCELYN,
JKKic B K'.gnta Street, ner Cnm&ercla; Averau
P. Y. Y. WHITLOCK,
Ornii-No. 138 Commercial Avenne, bitweeo
cM'.i and Ml.th Htreota
,36c?aVS.mcr Cairo, Illinois.
DRV GOODS and MOTIONS,
a full line of all the luteft. nt'Weit colon!
and quality, and best manufacture.
CAKI'KT t Kl'AIiTM KX V.
I!odv Hnismls, Tipeftrlf9, Ir.Rtain, Oil
I'lollm, & ,S.c.
Clothing and Gents' Furnishing
This I) "parttnent occupies a full floor ami
la coran'ute in all ruHpucta. Oooda are
Kiiarautuud ol latent etylo and bui't ma
turial. Bottom PriLM'S anJ First-class Goods!
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Fl ourin g M ills
Hurhest Cash Price Paid tor Wheat.
IAS. It. BMITII.
Grand Central Store.
OA.IKO. - - ILL,
THE LATEST .RETURNS.
Give Ohio to the Democrats by a
Iowa Still in the Fold -The Second
Amendment in Ohio Likoly to Pull
Through-The Press oa the Result
Mrs. Filniore's Folly And Other
ClN'CiNNAil. Ot:;. 11. The following
Senutora arc elected itrt.'orilitu 10 the latent
Fnt I :Mt rn;t Win. Oild well, Wiu. L.
O'llrien, A. J. l'lllili. lfeinocialK.
8im:obiI t'. K. tiliolt, Ut iuooi at .
Third Simon lirenncr, lJenuit r;it,
Fourlb John K. Meyer, Deuimrat.
Fifth J'e N, Oreii, lieptililican.
Sixth Win. II. lived, lleuiocial.
Sevt Dth John W. (irtB, Itrpti i)!it.-a 11.
Ki'htb Jobs H. Kv;in, fC(publit:;in.
Ninth C. S. WeUh, Democrat.
Tenth A. 11. Vuiiclenf, I)ell)m:rut.
Eleventh S.W. Inirtl.mjer, Keptthlican.
Twelfth A, C. (abie, Democrat,
Thirteenth J. J. Kane, Ilepiililicaii.
Fourteenth (jilljerl Smith, Democrat.
Fifteenth and Sixteenth Jno. O'Neil,
sitenteenth and Twcuty-eiht -Alien
Lev rini;. Democrat.
Kii.hteeiith and Nineteenth W. S. ( ro
W II, Democrat.
Twentieth .Solomon Hayne, Uc publican.
Twenty-firni J. O. Lewi", Democrat.
Twenty. second J. M. Dickinson,
publican; Alonzo D. Faett, Republican.
Twenty-fourth and Twiuty-sixth S. K.
Twenty-fifth A. J. Williams, Demo
crat; Geo. II. F.iy, Republican.
Twenlyscventh ami Twnniy-ninth-T.
G. LtomU, Itcpulilican.
Thirtieth GoJfrey Jaegor, Democrat.
Tbirty-lirst-J. H. Williston, Democrat.
Ttiirty-f-econd Thos, J. Godfrey, Dem
erit; Kuner White, Democrat,
Tnirty-third W. H. McLymati, Demo
ent; 0. I!. Ramey, Jtemocrat.
Total Democrats, i'J; Itepublicans, 11.
Democratic .Majorltlom Ine renalns;.
CoLLMBL'S, 0., Oct. 11. More complete
returns from Tuesday' election indicate
an increase in tbo Democratic majority and
will probably be considerably over 1,0.
The Senate will be two lo one Eemocratic
and tbe Hooe I estimated to oe forty-three
B' publicans and sixty-two Democrat.
on tbe Legislative ticket indicates that the
D 'tnocratlc majority on Joint ballot will he
more than 24.
The nccond amendment will receive ahout
oOO.OuO votes and will probably be adopted,
c-xc-'pt that the cities tro strongly against it.
The Judicial ameiitlment is carried beyond
THie firft ameiidinent will not get over
1(0, 000 votes.
The Prohibition vote is estimated at from
5.W0 to 20,000 and tbe Greenback at 2,
00'. Hamilton County.
Cincinnati, Oct. 11. The Times-star
footings of the Hamilton county vote elect
Charles E. Brown, Republican, Senator;
Win. Peet and Peter F. Striker, Republi
can, Repreaentativee: Wabniw. Republi
can, County Commissioner. It makes
lloadly'a majority l,rW6, The official re
turns must be awaited to know certainly at
to Senators and Representatives.
Tbe Na In New York.
New York, Oct. 11. The Democrats of
this city are Joyful over the glorious news
from Ohio. The rooms of the Blossom,
New Amsterdam and Irving clubs were
thronged last evening by prominent mem
bers of the three factions, ud the election
of Judue UoAdly was the subject of con
graiulationa. The result of the battle o Tuesday ha
bad tbe effect of making the chances for a
union of the Democratic force In this city
much stronger. The popular cry yesterday
and last evening among the leaders was,
"Now for New York, the Republican purty
is poing. ' '
There appears now no doubt whatever
about a union of the Democratic factions In
this city. That there will be unity, har
mony, and but one county ticket is con
ceded. It is said on good authority that
the leaders of Tammany hall, the county
Democracy and Irving Hall have already
come to the understanding on what basis a
union shall be consummated. The three
county conventions will meet separately and
appoint conference committees. The
committees will meet in Joint session
and a resolution will be passed deciding
that it will be for the interest of the Demo
cracy of the city, state and nation, that
there should be a union county ticket
nominated. Then the allotment of nomina
tions on the tickets will be agreed upon. It
is thought that Tammany Hall will get the
the registership and Supreme court Judge;
the cotinly Democracy a Supreme Judge
and a city court Judge, and Irving Hall a
city court Judge.
Ilea ti II In Iowa.
Deu Moinks. la., (let. 11. Sherman'!.
majority will reach U UKtO. Complete re
turns from fifty-nine counties, which in
clude heavy Democrat It ones, give him 1,-3-10.
rurtial returns from remaining coun
ties give him 27.000. His plurality will not
bo less than 12.001). Tbe lowor House i"
c ose. Tin' Republicans have now .VI, and
the opposition 41. Of the remaining 5 the
Republicans will get three. The Senate
now stands: Republicans 37, oppositions,
in doubt 4.
Judge Cook is elected in the Sixth dis
trict by a small majority.
ri-4'M Com men In.
Til K TIMES ON ITS Ml IK At. fcFFF.CT.
The TIjics says: "So far as concerns tbt
moral effect of the election, It is bound to
bn very slight. If tbe Democrats have car
ried the state by a small majority, they have
lost the decided majority of last year,
though they were aided by a very much
stronger prohibition diversion than at that
time. If the Republicans, ou the other bund,
have reduced their opponent' majority
lu spite of the Prohibitionists they tmvts
won no victory that secures Ibrra the state
next year, or that can have any (treat effect
on the elections still to be bald this year la
wber lUtw. We may be Mire that Mr.
noadly'i 'boom' for the Presidency, he
let on font by an effort to establish a new
Democracy, will not be again heard of, and
we may be ciraally assured and not less
contcut that Mr. Sherman's predictions
that the next Republican candidate for tlio
Presidency will come from Ohio will be re
membered only by malicious persons guilty
of a desire to make Mr. Mierinan's life un
happy." IIOW THK HI.N SIIIXKS ON IIIK Rt'HSKCT.
The Sutua.v,; "The beaten Republicans
are at a loan to explain their defcai, even to
their own satisfaction. Deacon Richard
Smith thliika tint wool-grower, did It.
Field Mar.bal Haisleid thinks the wine
growers did K, juin sheruiaii believes
Unit Foster diil it, itn Foster probably
hasn't recovered from his da.ed condition
suOicleiitly to do any thinking iib iut It. At
any rate It done, brHhren, and well
done. We imagine you will find that you
all contributed to it unawares, The people
bavo simply registered their decree that the
Republican party must go. That is the
meaning of a Democratic Governor and a
Democratic Legislature in Ohio."
The Tribune says: "The Ohio election
meai s that the 1'i e.ldeiitUI contest of next
year w ill be one of peculiar carnestnt a-.
The great parties present the appearance of
bein so evenly balaiced that a few bard
blows may turn the scale one way or the
other. There will b no tidal wave, unless
some txciling cause, now unforeseen,
arises. Tim Republican party will not have
an easy victory. On the other hatul.no
shrewd politician will bn quick to iisstime
that It is doomed to defeat. The party
must prepare for the fiercest attack it has
ever withstood. The Democrats will be so
much encouraged by a showing, betterthan
mauy of their own leaders expected, that
that they will Rather up all their
strength for the struggle next year. The
Civil service law will not check the party's
aidur. One sweep of the grimy Democra
tic law will sweep that off tbe statute
books, and even If It would not there are
41,000 postollices to be hail when the pllag
ing begins, II m ay be that the result In
Ohio, which it took more than twenty
four hours to aseei tain, will be a blessing
in cli-guie to the Republican party by dis
eplliug the pntitic.il apathy from w hich it
Las been suffering.
Mm. I'llinoreN Queer Mit.ws.
lit'FFAl.o, N. V., Oct. 11. The contest
ed will case of ex-President FLmore't
widow was resumed yesterday, Jonn J.
Jamison, a coachman for President Fil
more, testilied a follows:
"After J8T7 I noticed a great change in
Mrs. Fllmore's ni inner. There were times
w hen she would be very kind, and at other
tine s she would rave and about, 'My God,
my God; is there a God In heaven or on
earth?' One morning she asked, 'What is
that, John!" -'Nothinir, Mrs. Filmore, ' I
replied. 'Yes, there is a devil there look
ing at me.' She looked wild and her eyes
flashed. Sometimes she would ' exclaim,
"my God, my God?' and walk rapidly
across the flour with her hands toward the
ceiling. She treated callers kindly, but
after they bad gone would abuse the in.
she seemed to grow worse and worse. She
used to say that folks came to see her to
p.c the goosi;. Once while driving, she
set earned and pinched me in the hack, and
fchotiied: "uoyou want lo kill mo by
driving over ihoso huw rocks?" I said
there were no rocks. She said she couid
drive better than I, and I got up and
threw the lines to her and told her to drive
herself. Sometimes you could bear her
scream three blocks away. Once she said
she could have a ten -acre lot to scream in.
She said she wished hc had tbe strength
of an ov and that God had made her a
man instead of a woman so that she tuiirbt
rule and take cire of her own things with
out any man or woman near her. " J
The witness was subjected to a rlfld
cross-examination by Spencer Clinton and
contradicted himself reittatHly, !! was
discharged hy Mrs. Filmore two years
before she died. After two months he
went back mid remained with her six or
seven months, when he was again dis
charged, she found fault with his driving,
because sometimes it would happen that
she wanted to drive in one way and ho
wanted to drive in another.
(ienernl Kplaropal ouvenllon.
Piiii.Ai'Ki.riiiA, Oct. 11. lu the Gen
eral Convention of the Protestant Kpisco
pal Church of the L'uitcd States Rev. Mr.
Dafter, of Fon du Lac, offered a resolu
tion t hut any presbyter feeling himself
wronged by his bishop should have a right
to demand inquiry.
A delegation from the provincial synod
of Canada was presented to the convention
and the Metmpolitan of Canada, Mr, Med
ley, made an address, lie asked the depu
ties to give b't-d t the councils of an old
man and proceed with the utmost conserva
tism. "The moment the present prayer
book is put forth us the future prayer book
of the church Ihcio will 1 keener criti
cism than may be expected. Let us all,
despite our different schools of thought,
unite in the work for the church."
James A. Henderson, chancellor of the
diocese of Ontario, referred to tbo Rreat
Increase of the church in Ontario, which ,
however, could not compare with that of
the church In this country. He felt that
the church of Canada and the United States
The convention went Into secret session
on the conseeration of bishops.
To fVle l it Nile.
Jkkff.kso.n Cn v.Oct. 11. Hon. John L.
Alorrlion of Fayette, R. T. Van Horn of
Kansas City, and Joseph Stittmud of Glas
gow, the commission appointed to select a
site for Ihe erection of a government build
ing at .Jefferson City, for which $100,000 was
appropriated si the last session of ( ongress,
arrived here yesterday noon, and spent, tho
afternoon In inspecting the various loca
tions offered hy tho patriotic citizens of Jef
ferson, who are ambitious to dlsposo of
single lots for a small fortune. The chief
(lilllenlty encountered by the commission is
to determine which patriot lo make rich.
The citizens of Jefferson, It seems, will
never learn lo uppi eclaUt the value of lin
proveinenls lo the town. The same old
grasping spirit Unit has governed them fur
years still rules thtin. mid they always
grab for everyllilnu In sight. The commis
sion have not yet agreed on a site.
Ihe Ilaukern' CoDveiillon.
Liit mvii.i.K, Ky., Oct. II. Tho Rank
ers' Association met at 10:30 to-tlay,
George M. Davie, of Louisville, submitted
a paper ou bankruptcy which, owing to
length, was not read, the author saying It
would be published. Following the sub
mission of this papar this resolution was
Resolved, That the Interests of the conn,
try demand the speedy enactment by Con
gress of some regulation of commerce
among tho states equivalent to a VyUonal
baukrupt law, equitable In Hi provisions
for debtor and creUilo l lUearlon of tbt
Slaiidlntt by Their Leaders.
Pn isiti;itii,Oct. 11. ASeotUlale, specia
says: "The miners here who have been oa
a strike for several week's against
the ironclad check-weigbman law, went
lo work last week, tbe employers
not insisting on them signing, but this
week several union leaders were singled
out an I discharged, whereupon the miners
quit work again and reaused to recurae
until their companions were reinstated.
Jersey tail tie Male.
Nkw Yokk, Oct. 11. Jersey cattle at the
sale to-day brought high prices. The cow,
Sanigiis-ii, suld for 14,800, and the cow,
Willn rsea, for $2,000.
I" Aslriiment ol t'arnlture Wen.
Nkw Ydiik, Oct. 11. Weckermenu
Brothers, furniture manufacturers, made
an assignment to-day. Preference $0,500.
A MlulMir' Hon.
Bus l ov, Oct. 11. Rev. Krastus Sey
iiiour, a Presbyterian minister of New
Ymk was in court here to-day when his son
w as being sentenced for forgery. He said
he did nor want to interfere with the Judg
ment of the court. Tbe mother of tbe pris
on r caused a scene, rebuking tbe father
(or his course. Young Seymour forged his
I lie iioverniiifiit Returning to Wash.
Washington, Oct. 11. Attorney-Oen-eral
Hrewster has retured to Washington,
utul was on duty to-day.
The President and all the members of the
Cabinet arc now in the city.
Secretary Folger says it is probable that
he will soon issue a call for 3 per cent,
Pour liui'K, Out., Oct. 11. -Jack Mc-
Cabe, an escaped convict, was shot dead
to-day, by Constable Ranken, upon whom
Met iibc had draw n a revolver to prevent
I.OKN1C AND LOl'ISR.
Ottawa, Oct. II. Lord Lome and
Louise leave here on tho 15th Inst., for
Wonieis at the foll.
I.AXsixtjHiRU, N. Y., Oct. 11. At the
school election yesterday the ladtes cast 225
votes out of a total of 1,000. A number of
women were cbalenged. It wis alleged
that they were Imported from Troy. Sev
eral tlegresses voted.
I'OIM I.Alt IMlUATIO.V
And a High State of Excitement in St.
Louis Oveo the Bemoval of Chief
Si. Lolis, Oct. 11. Popular excitement
ov.-r the arb.trary and Illegal action of the
Police Board In discharging Chief Camp
bell ,s on the increase, and nothing less
than a public indignation meeting will give
necessary vent to the petit up feelings of
outraged citizens. The testimony of Chief
Campbell before the grand Jury is proof
stillieient for any one eft his manly honor
iiml otlicial integrity; and now that his
honest, fearlesH expression of sentiment
bis been made known the opinion formed
of bis (iilicial honesty has to be added to an
admiration of his manliness.
Taaffe, the newly appointed thief, post
poned making a demand upon Lbief Camp
bell for the otllcc and records until this
morning, on tho plea that ho had not been
able to close up his old business as secretary
of tbe police board. Whether this was
subterfuge resorted to In order to enable
Lutz to perfect bis bold plans or not, it Is
Uitliciilt to tell, but tbe postponement has
resulted In the forcible exclusion of Chief
Campbell from his own otllce at the Pour
Court". When the latter reached that build
lug this morning he made straightway for
ins oilier, but upon trying to open It with
Ids Key found that bis "open sesame"
power li, vanished. Upon inquiry be
discovered tliat Albert Herculea, tbe de
feated candidate for the secretaryship of
the Board, had last evening detached tbe
old lock from tbe door of the chief's office,
and replaced it with new one under In
structions from the redoubtable Lutz.
Taaffe. under orders from the same ofHolal,
has possessed blitMelf of tbe records and
hail given tusiruotirms to Sam Boyd and his
cUict rs to allow no one to enter tbe chief's
Chief Campbell, upon leasraiug these
facts, immediately withdrew from the
building aud visited bh aOoraeyg to consult
with them in regard to what action bo
should next take. The sUnd taken by him
is, that under the law the Board could re
move him only forBcawe, and that the
cause should be made krB to hire by tho
preferment of charges against him, upon
which he should be granted a fair, open
and impartial trial hy tho commissioners.
This not having be. on done,
be regards the aetion of tbe board as ille
gal and hi violation of tbe ofliclal oath of
its members, and as Inoperative upon the
Jurisdiction exerebsad by hi over tbe po
lice force. I.ulz takes a differeut View of
it, and, instead of awaltlug legal action to
determine the Issue between Taafo and
Campbell, has availed himself of his self
conferred utithorKy to break open the office
of the Chief and oust him from his position
by force aud violence. The aolion of Lutr
arouses but littlo comment, as It is of a
pice with his during, defiant disregard of
public decency and popular sentiment
since lie was elevated to the temporary
Vice Presidency of the Police Board by his
There is considerable inquiry and a great
deal of speculation relative to the connec
tion of Mr. Taaffe with tho Board and the
ring, John D. Finney, who has long been
known us a warm personal friend of Taaffe,
was met by a gentleman this morning and
asked what he thought of him.
"I think," ho remarked, "that in ac
cepting tho Chiefshlp he made the cardinal
mistake of his life. He cannot possibly re
tain the place, no matter who becomes
Governor, and ere long oue of two things
must happen ho must either resign or
Don't you think his selection by Dr.
I. ulz Is against him?' '
"He is sin rounded by evil influences and
therefore I say that ho must soon either
resign or fall. ' '
"To what Influences do yonjattribute his
' 'To the Influence of those men. I know
l.ul., Curuth and Cleveland held a caucus.
mid that Gooding was excluded. In that
caucus Tmiffc, 1 suppose, was chosen for
"Whero doBuilcrand Crittenden oxune
"Crittenden pulls tbo strings."
"And MeChcsnefj Is be the governor's
"No, sir; by U tl I Crittenden is Mc-Cht-alley's
toil', Bob Pate and McChei
Hey own Crittenden. Only yeterday a
prominent guinbler told nte that Bob I'ate
bad Tom truteudea locked up In kit
ANOTHER lSA ENT
Trapped With, a Counterfeit Sohema and
New York, Oct. 11. -John Maxwell, of
Mlllursburg. Ohio, who was arrested by
Secret Service officers on the charge of at
tempting lo have an electrtuype plate for
printing treasury notes made by a new pro
cess from photographs in his possession,
vainly sought to find a bondsman yesterday.
Deputy Marshal Brady went with him to
tbeollico ot C. B. Hickok A Co., No. 34
Whitehall street, lie askod Mr. Hickok to
become his surety, ami offered to give him
a cortihVd check for $'1,5)0, the amount of
tbe bail bond at security. Mr. Hickok
called in Secret Service Officer Drtiuimond,
and, after learning tbo circumstances of tbe
prisoner's arrest, declined to serve as
bondsman. Maxwell, It was sald'by
the officers, was Introduced to
the Produce Exchange by Mr.
Hickok, who got for him the visitor's ticket
to the Exchange, signed by President
Fletcher, which was found on him when
arrested. Mr. Hickok says that he did
introduce the accusal to the Exchange. He
has been doing busln- ss wilh him for about
three years, selling flour shipped bv Mat
well from his mills at Mdlersburg. Heknew
Maxwell to be the owner of a farm as well
as the mill, although ho never bad had any
lierson.-il uemi.-iint-ine., ivfth 1,1m. Tim flrt
I and only 1 1 mo that ho saw Maxwell, he
says, was when he came to him to go on his
bond. Maxwell talks like a countryman.
He says that he Is the victim of a conspir
acy. The story is that business rivals
have n grudge against him and led him in
to a trap. He will not disclose their name
nor the nme ot the friend whom
he asserts pave him the photographs
found lit his possession to bring to New
York, He says that he will suffer any con
sequences rattier than expose bis friend.
Electrotyper Klers' statement about blm
be pronounces almost entirely false-, Ha
says t'uit he saw the electrotyper only once,
and that afterwards be came to his hotel
and proposed to electrotype far: similes of
the photographs to print from, "I told
the engraver, " he added, "that I wanted
tbe engraving done for a friend who de
sired to go into a little speculation, and
that I had nothing to do wilh It. Why
should I want to turn counterfeiter?"
lie continued, "I owti a third Inter
est in a flour mill in Millersburg, which
does a business of HoO.OtiO a year and turns
oul every day 300 barrels of flout. Besides,
my wife has got property. We lately built
a mili costing $i;i,000. I am a good eaurcb
goer, a moral man and have a wife and
children. 1 have always aeted square and
no man can put a ti.'er on any dishonorable
transaction of aiine."
.Maxwell repudiates the letter addrsaed
"dear wife," which refers to a counter
feiting scheme. He says the detectives
must have written it. "I am a religious
man and would not do such a thing as tbe
letter refers to, " ha added.
In Maxwell's valise were found pretzel!
aud bologna sausages w hich he brought
from home to cat hero. He lunched on
them in the Jail. At the ofllne of Lovejoy,
Son & Co,, wiiose electrotyer was em
ployed, it war said that the process by
which electrotj ping is doue from photo
graphy is yet a secret. The government
officers say that there is great danger from
the new tirt of taking photographs in
colors, and thai if it can be ho perfected
as to be reproduced on ulcctro-plales, there
will ho no flirt bur need for counterfeiters to
OCTOBER 11, 1833.
CATTLE Receipts 9.530; quiet;
exports $0 00fi 00; good to choice
shipping quoied at $j 40 (ah 90; cotnmoa
to fair $4 00Yao 00.
UUGS-Ueocipts 18,600; active and 5o
higher; light at $4 tiVrti ;
rough packing $1 3.VuM 76; heavy packing
and shipping $4 SWaO 25.
CATTLE Kxporters Jo 80ii 15; irood
to heavy do $, jft 75; right to fair ft OOVtf
4 70; common to medium tl 40oitU 00; fair
good Colorado400;) 10; southwest $3 a
a4 &; grass Texans $) ttut-t ; light to
rood stockers i MiM 75; fair to good feed
srs $3 ;(cti 00; common to onoico native
cows and heifer $2 2Gftfl 00; seallawafi of
any kind $'2 OOftW 40.
SHEEP Common to medium $2 ROfri
3 25; fair to good $3 !0(M 75; prime $3 W
H l.i; lair to good lejtaas 2 7jaS3 0a.
HOGS Receipts 5,955 bead; shipments
1..VJ0. Weak unsettled, and largely lower
at a decline of 10(tf20c. "ti 100 Ids.
Yorkers salable at $5 7iVa 85; rough mixed
to realv choice packing $4 50(44 85: butchs
ers 4 Sofas 00.
December; o Jauuarv,
CORN October 4SV: 41 November:
December 40; year 40 .S; MX May.
OATS-28 October; ss oveiuber:
WUEAT Irregular; closing at $1 01
November; $1 03 S December, $1 OS
COUN Higher; 43S November;
41 year; 41 b.Mav.
87 OATS-Higher; 27W b. October; 27lri
Vs b. November; 31V31'i b. May.
WHEAT October fl OSV; November
$1 10',; December $112Vj January
CO It. V October 69 : November
69'.; December 58; January 58.
OATS ( letober :14 'i ; November 33 ;
December 30 ; January 37.
BUTTER Creamery at 2trr28 to 29 for
selections, a shade more In asmall way:
seconds at dairy rate. Dairy at 20f2J
for choice to fahev to 21CS24 for selections;
fair 12fi15; low grade Srl0. Good to
choice near-by iu pails ll'asbl; common 7(3
POULTRY L'uehaniedj offerings and
demand equally light. We quote:
Spring chh'ketis stnail f I 2.)'cfl 50; good to
choice tl ;.'tf2 00; fancy large 'Vxd
2 ftO; Old chickens Cocks $2 2.VifJ 40,
mlxeilW'sWJ 76; hens t3 00(a3 25; ducks
$2 00(av2 60; turkeys $4fa0; geese $oYrfj.
EGGS Receipts, 837 pks. Demand
fair; choice marks easy at ls.
Wheat arrived quiet but steady; corn r
rived unchanged. Wheat to arrive dull,
corn to arrive dull. Mark Lane Wheat
dull; corn dull. Country markets quid.
Spot wheat remain dull; No. 2 spring
8s 0d; No, 8 spring none in market;
Western winter 8 7d; Mixed Weateru
corn better tone and more asked, be-
uaud from Continent and United Kligduua
dull tor wbniaud maderale for corn.