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CAIRO . DAILY
Impurity of the
A (lie, Malaria,
mid all DlHeanea
rmiHed by l)e
rangement of Liver, Ilwwela and Kldneya.
STMPTOM3 OF A DISEASED MVEIt.
had Hrcath; I'ain in the Side, aomrtimei the
pain is frit under the Mi'mlder-blade, mistaken fur
kheumamm ; Rrncral of appetite; Ilnwela
generally coiuve, bimetiinea alternating with lax;
the head it troubled with p un, it dull arid heavy,
with Cuntulrrable t of memory, accompanied
with a painful aensalii.n of leaving undone tometliing
which ouitht to havi: b'.ui done, a li;l't, dry cough
and flushed face ii aonieiiincs an attendant, often
mistaken for coiiMiinplioii; the patient complaint
of wearinesk and debility . nervoua, easily aurlled;
fret cold nr burning, sometime, a prickly tentalion
of the kkin exists : spirits arc low and detpondent,
and, although satisfied that exercise would be bene
fiaal, yet one can hardly summon up fortitude to
try it in fact, distrusts every remedy. Several
of the above symptoms attend the disease, but catea
have occurreu when but few of them existed, yl
examination after death has shuwo the Liver to
have been extensively deranged.
It alioiild lie uncrl by all peraona, old aad
young, whenever any of the) above
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sea. Drowsiness, Depression of Spirits, etc. It
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lea at night, take a dose and you will be relieved-
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aafe purgative, alterative and tonic can
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and dona not Interfere with bualueaa or
IT IS PCTIELV VEGETABLE.
And has all the power and ethcary of Calomel or
(Juinine, without any of the injurious after effecu.
A fiftvernor'a Testimony.
Simmons laser Kegiilatnr has been in use in my
family for s' me time, and I am satisfied it it a
Valuable addition to the medical science.
J Gill Shohtkk, Governor of Ala.
Hon. Alexander II, Stephen, of (ia.,
says: Have depved some Unefit trnm the use ol
Simmons Liver Regulator, and with to give it a
"The only Thing; that never falla to
Relieve." I have used many remedies tor Dys
pepsia, Liver Affection and Debility, but never
nave found anything to benefit me to the extent
Simmons Liver Regulator has. I sent from Min
nesota to Oorgia fur it, and would send further for
such a medicine, and would advise ail who are sim
ilarly affected to give it a tnal as it teems the only
thing that never fails to relieve
P M Ja- it. Minneapolit, Minn.
Dr. T. V. Maaon aay t From actual ex
perience in the use of Simmons Liver Regulator in
my practice I have been and am satisfied to use
and prescribe it as a purgative medicine.
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CA1K1). ILLINOIS, SUNDAY
A DRUNKEN WIFE;
Two Million Dollars Relinquished
to be Rid of the Disgrace.
A Lively Chnroh Fight-An Old Fash
ioned View-Too Thin for Tanner
What an Oyster Rake Brought Up A
Pish 8tory Amioably Arranged -Smuggled
Goods A Love That Wa
Never Told, Etc., Etc.
D.sNul'KY, Conn., 0:t. 'JO. Roger Mi
not Sherman, the diieut dexcenilant of
Roger .Sbermnn, aaki a divoree from hit
wife, Clareni:n Baijley Sherman, datiKbter
of the lata ez-Gov. B.ii;ley , of Mlclilgan,
posneaaor In her own right of a fominn
of 2,000,000. Habitual Intemperanon la
the allegation upon which Mr. Sherman
fotindi bla plea. At the March term ot tbe
Superior court of Fairfield county,
it that time In leasion fn Bridgeport, the
first atep were taken In the cae.
Though lunimoued the defendant failed
to appear and the trial was poitponed
until ths presfnt;rm, the plaintiff not tak
ing the anv.intacre permitted by law of hav
ing a decree entered by default. On Tues
day laist Mr. C. W. Brook, of New York,
counsel for Mr. Sherman, presented bia pe
tition again, wiih the allegation of drunken
nrn against his wife, Mrs. Sberman was
on hand. Several doctors of New York
trMied on behalf of tho plaintiff that Mrs.
Sherman wa addicted to to tbe excessive use
of ailtiiulents, and wai habitually Intemper
ate. Mr. Sherman was obliged to break up
111 home in Stamford, Conn., wberc be.
'.as living on January 28. 1882, and takejhis
fiunily to New York. The cause of his
i mliarrassmf til still continuing;, a separation
took place, thf wife going to her mother's
li'itno in Detroit. Mr. Sherman sent his
wife a letter, dated at Washington. April
2't, in which he advised her to go to Detroit
immediately, and, tilling her be would
advertise bis bouse next month,
h- auvised her to take good
care of their children, and said
tbe parting was for the bet, tlial
tney never could live happily together.
This letter seems to have been the immedi
ate caue of her departure. Long and
earnest argument by the lawyers occupied
the day. They reviewed the evidence in
troduced and law points raised during the
ticai ings of the week and handed In briefs
t Judge Andrews, who presided. Bolh
ide expected an Immediate decision, but
Judge Andrews remarked that a week
would elapse before he should be ready
with an opinion.
lie I'itrbl at at ( hnreb FeatlvaL
I.f.cv.T Vali.kv, L. I., Oct. 20. A free
ti.lit took place last nigLt In a church In tbe
uu:tlly rpnet village of Bayville, about four
mill's from this place, during which a niln
it'T was kicked and beaten, a woman
trampled upon and one nun bad to be car
ried home on a stretcher. An oyster sup
per was in profc-rei-s and the church waa
crowded with people, many of those pres
ent being svoincn and children. At about
o'clock, while the main body cfthe,
Lulldlng was tilled with people, about 150
Leing seated at tbe supper table, a di
tiirh.v.ce suddenly arose between William
Henry Smith and Capt. Jno. Sicken,
biotuera-ln-law, and old realdenu of tbe
tillage. From words it soon came to
blows; the friends of each Joined In the
fray and a general free tight ensued, last
ing nearly twenty minutes. A ruBb was
made for the door, which was tbe only
means of exit, and in tbe frantic effort of
tbe women and children to get out many
were knocked down and trampled upon.
In the melee the lamps with
which the oburch was lighted
were knocked out of their
brackets and broken. In tbe dark
ness and excitement tbe fjgbt continued
with terrible effect. The combatants fought
their way out of the church and into tbe
street, where they were filially separated.
Tbe list of Injured numbers ton persons.
The Rev. William Taft, minister of tbe
church, while trying to quiet tbe row, waa
kicked and beaten In a serious manner.
Smith was to badly Injured by Capuln
ackett that ho had to be carried home.
Sackett is confined to his bed to-day, suffer
ing from a terrible scalp wound, Inflicted
w ith tbe handle of a buck-saw.
It la stated by friends of Captain Sackett,
who bai heretofore been held In respect by
bia neighbors, tbat be was first assaulted by
Smith, and acted In self-defense. A fam
ily feud, It Ii said, has existed between tbe
two for several months. Warrants have
been Issued for the arrest of all tbat took
part iu tbe disgraceful row,
A Neatly Trls-k.
New York, Oct. 20.-W. T. Silk, an
English fish cullurist, said to be in the em
ploy of the Marquis ot Exeter, and two
guides, took over 10,000 young black ban
from Greenwood Lake In spite of the pro
test! of tho Sporting Association, hotel
keepers and others who have stocked tbe
lake at a great, expense, and Railed for En
gland on board the Atlantic early on Thurs
day. When the people at tireenwood Lake
remonstrated, Mr. Silk replied tbat he bad
permission from Commissioner Blackford
to take tbu fish and paid no further atten
tion to them. Mr. Blackford said: "I
met Mr. Ilk a few days ago, and when he
Informed me he Intended to net for bast I
told hltn that we would exercise every pre
caution to prevent him from
carrying bis plan Into execu
tion. F.ver since 1 aent twenty-five live bass
to the Duke of Sutherland, the uolile-lur-ii
have been anxious tit stock their pro
serves with fish from ntir lakes, and It looks
very much as If Mr. Silk emtio over here as
a speculator and not as a rcpresentanve of
the Marquis of F.xeter. Mr. Silk claims to
bo a celebrated fish cttlttirlst land pretends
In have received the highest awards at Lon
don for fish culture.
l oo Tliln for Tanner.
JaSiKsrow.v, N. Y., Oct. 20. -Dr. Tan
ner, of fasting fame, was ai'D'Sted this af
ternoon on a charge of not being properly
registered In the comity clerk 'a ofllee. He
has a diploma from nu eclectrlo medical In
stitute, iln'eil February 2, 1879, Indorsed by
the I ii Stiiles Medical College of
New niis, which, It la said,
Is nnf a legal Institution. Tanner Ii the
third coleutlo phjslolan who has been ar
rested hero recently on Information lodged
by tbe Chautauqua Board of Onion. He
clat us It t an effort of tho regular to tup
press tho eclectics. Ha Intend to make
thta a test ease. lie was arraigned aad the
hm adjourned until to-aorrow.
MORNING, OCTOBER 21,
A Plar lor the Dollar att Ihe Dad a.
Wahminoto.v, Oct. 20. Work Is pro
grealng upon tbe new sliver vaults In the
Trrasury. The receptacle to be prepared
for th'! dollar no one seemi to wnt Is way
down In tbe darkness of the sub
cellar. The sliver will rest on
a Moor laid on tho ground, on a
level with the lowest foundations of the
great building, a siory below tbn present
basement. Th vault will be exactly un
der tlie present cash-room, and will equal
It in extent. It is to hold VW.OOO.OiiO.
The stoik on baud continues to In
cicuso, and there Is frequent appli
cation from the various sub
tre.isiirbs to be relieved from a
part of the accumulation. Shipments of
of this kitnl come to hand daily, .lust now
P0,(Kii) n( tlie dollars are being carted to
Washington from Boston, owing to the
Insecurity of the vaults there and
the exce.nive supply compared with
the storage room. It I Intended when
tbis vault is completed to divide the sur
plus sl.vi r mainly between this place and
New Orleans, where tbe capacliy of tbe
storage room is $28,(W,000. Mr. Wyman
thinks It will only be a question of time
when all tne dollars mut bo coined over
a.'ain, ami be thinks thn present system
will probably go on for two yean yet.
An Old-FfsNhloiifMl View ol a Polio,
N'kw Yohk, Oct. 2U. John Howard
Ladd, living in Brooklyn, was yesterday
arraigned before Justice Walsh on a charge
made by Ofllcer McCormack of the Tenth
precinct. 'According to MeCorinack'i
stery, which was corroborated by Officer
Kirby who was with him, Howard and about
fifteen other young men were standing on
i lie corner of (irand avenue and Pacific
street, and on being ordered to move on. at
tacked tho officers with stones. McCor
mack admitted to having struck Howard
with a club during the progress of the row.
Howard, who whs badly cut on the head,
proved by the evidence of Duncan Kilcoyne,
who was with him at the time, that he was
walking peacefully through Grand
avenue and ha I been attacked
by the policeman without provoca
tion. Jjsticii WaUh said he was sat
isfied that McCormack had been guilty of
a brutal and unprovoked assault upon the
b y. and b discharged Howard and
iiilvseri him to make complaint against the
ollieer. It was time, he said, that police
ii i "ti were taught tbey were employed to
protect citizens and not to maltreat thera.
Howard swore to tbe complaint, and the
lieitiing of tbe case was adjourned.
npel'si Proposed Pamphlet Moncful-to-Proof.
I'liii AUKi.riiu. Oct. 20. Monslgnor Ca
pe! has been roused by the debates of tbe
episcopal convention now in session and Is
writing a pamphlet which, It ts expected,
will : nil like a thunderbolt on the heretical
IiimiIs. "We will b short and to the
p 'int. " said Motisignor, my desire is to
put before the American public tbe true
nature of tltc catholics of my church. My
pamphlet, vhlch 1 expect to have ready
early next week, will be entitled 'Catholici
ty'; tbe e-seutial quality and necessary
mark of the true church; a,i appeal to the
good sense of tlie Protestant Episcopal con
vention now in sesaion."
"Then, Monslgnor, your pamphlet baa
tieen su .'iieaie l hy the recent discussions In
tne uniivniiott in regard to changing the
;nl ; -Protestant Church' to 'Holy Cath
"Yon are not goln to play the ictellec
tu ti in iMtti:o to-d iv." was tbe good
hum ot e I reply. "My mouth is closed.
O i X ,v tn'ier 11 I shall srivn two discourse
in reference to the H'Wtfl anniversary of
I. 'niter's hirth. His personal character
a id ii- orils will be my theme.''
A t.hnall.r llntl.
Nkw Viip.k, Oct. 20. VYbat is looked
upon as the ghastly evidence of a terrible
crime was discovered venterday In the sound
near Lloyd's Point, about three ruilca from
the mouth of Huntington Bay. John Bar
ker and WilliamWan-er.two bay men, while
raking for clams in the .souud discovered tba
body of a man floating faee down In the
water a few feet from the boat. Tbe body
was secured, and upon subsequentexamln
utiou the startling discovery waa made tbat
the dead man was either tbe victim of a foul
murder or suicide,! by cutting bis throat.
A gash extending nearly three Inches, and
which ainiost si vered the windpipe, bad
been inflicted by a razor or
some other edg 'd Instrument of death.
The remains are those of a sandy
C'linplexioned man aed about 3.') years, of
I nail build and dressed as a laborer. The
body had heen in tbe water several days,
and is considerably decomposed. The dead
man's identity, and the fact as to whether
he suicided or was murdered hi an unsolved
mystery, coroner Conklin, of ilunting
ton, will hold an inquest.
Nhe (Jot Jndarniedt.
Mf.xicO, Mo., Oct. 20. A ease or much
Importance has been lu progress in our
Circuit court for tbe past three days. Mrs.
Annie E. Margareiter vs. D. II . Moss and
T. B. R ibinson, executor! of tbe estate of
the late Philip Williams on a change of
vcnit" from the Monroe county Circuit
court. The suit was brought by Mrs. Mar
gareiter, a niece of Col. Williams, on a
contract entered Into between them, where
he sirrees to give her the sum of $1,000 per
year during bis life If sho would take care
of blm and make her home with him. The
contract was dated April, 1807. Col. Wil
liams died In 1881. The Jury retired, and
In a short time returned a verdict for
$28,8112. Tbe defence set up tbe plea (bat
the name of Col. William, was a foagery,
and many experts were examined. The
plaintiff was ably represented by Senator
Vest, H. S. Priest, of St. Louis, MacFar
lane and Trimble, J. H. Kndes, It. A.
Hedine and others; the defendants by J.
II. Overall, of St. Louis, A. M. Alexan
der, Moss and Robinson, and Forrest and
Kivernnd llnrlior FsMninfesi .New I'os
WafliiiNOToN, Oct. 20. The total
amount of estimates for the rlvr r and har
bor work for tho next fiscal year submitted
o Secretary Lincoln by Gen. Wright Is
HO. 182,600. Tbe estimates In several pre
ceding years have been betweon thirty
and forty millions.
The demand for the two-cent postage
slump Is still very largo. Tbcro has horn
mi day during the present month when ihe
Issue has fallen below tbroo millions. One
day it reached as high at thirty-eight mil
llelnna ol Mary Churchill.
Nkw Yoitir, Oct. 20. Circulars descrip
tive and pictures of Mlna Mary Churchill,
who left her laibac'i bouae In St. Louis,
August 19, a4 has since been vainly
ought for, were received to-dy at police
headquarters, wttb UifcassstJon (hat the
girl bad a itrong InsitlBOha ibitaf.
SU Merer Told Her Love" to ner
Nkw Tonic, Oct. 20. Fannie Meldrum,
10 rears old, lathe daughter of a widow liv
ing on Cooper, near Belford avenue,
Brooklyn. Tbe place is known as "the
cross ro ads. " On the 4th of July Fannie
and her mother went to Rock away Beach
on the steamer Grand Republioand met a
Kseiii.iting young man who said he wai
Albert Wilchlnsky, a book-keeper In a
plumber's supply store In thin city. Ha
said he lived on Myrtle avenue, Brooa
lyn. He wa Invited to call
on Fannie, and soon thn two fell In
love. Some months after Mrs. Meldrum
noticed a plain rln on one of her daugh
ter's lingers, but the young lady refusal to
ti II wit.'ie she. got it. A few days later
Mrs, Meldrum entered her daughter's
room, while she was absent, and found a
number of letters from Wltchenaky, coun
seling her to go to Franco with blm. Tho
morning of the 11th lust, was let for tbe
dep ii ture. About five o'clock that morn
ing, a gentleman wboileeps In the Mel
drum mansion, heard a noise, outside of
the bouse. He awoke and aroused Mn.
Meldrum. Tbey went to the
yard and found Witchensky on a
ladder that was reared to Fannie' bed
room. On the ground at tbe foot ot the
latter was a satchel containing some of
Fannle's clothes. Witcheosky waa half
way up the ladder. He made an effort to
descend, when he was pummeled by the
gentleman. He was allowed to make hi
escape. Miss Fannie was sent to some
friends in Western New York the following
day, ami the trip to Paris has bccn.ln
NeiKiire ol Miansrirlesl Uonila-N'ew Cae
lor as lioltle.
New Yokk, Oct. 20. Th United States
District Attorney has filed another informa
tion of forfeiture, the third in thla week,
for '.he confiscation of a quantity of lacei,
silks, velvets and other tine dress goodi, all
ladies' apparel, brought hither on the
steamship Republic. It Is alleged that Mrs.
I,. Thornton, a milliner of tbis city,
anil other persons yet unknown to the au
thorities, smuggled in the good in Septem
ber ln-t with an intent to defraud tbe cus
toms. The first information of forfeiture
ibis week was against Miss U. Wach
man, a fashtonablo milliner in the West,
and her foods aro also in tbe seizure
room. Then came an Information of for
feiture against about H). 000 worth of fine
'roods seized by the custom officers, tbe
.M sses Partridge of Boston being claimants.
Tin y were neatly concealed in the bottle.
( in those of the milliners was a quantity of
extraordinarily tine lace, ihe Missel
Partridge came home on tho steamer
A'n-ka, and with them came several other
ni lliners, whose goods are at present in tbe
uloins cizitrc rooms.
Nkw Yokk. Oct. 20. Early tbis morn
iii'.r iwo prominent society men of this
city, aeciiiipanlcd by a number of intimate
friends, drove over to a secluded spot on
Long Hand. Alighting from their carri
ages they began arranging tbe preliminaries
for a dud. Tbe pistol cases were opened,
the weapons loaded and everything ready
for what seemed to be the beginning of a
deadly encounter. After the men hail taken
their pusi'.lons and tho word to fire
w is about to be given, a parley ws pro
pis'd Wythe friends of the would-be
duelists, Tbe sight of the deadly weapons
b td evidently satisfied their thirst for
blood mid a settlement was soon reached on
1 1" baN of Beaconfiekl's. "peace with
honor. ' ' and the party drove back to New
York. The names of the gentleman eon
C 'i ni d have not been disclosed. Tbe dif
ficulty arose from certain words ot dispar
agement uttered by one touching a lady
friend of tho other.
Boston, Oct. 20. A platferm crowded
with spectators watching the scrub raoe at
Han.ii !. h tb Charles River, broke down
this morning aud several person were seri
ously Injured, having their lega and arm
broken. Most of tbe injured are Harvard
men. A student named Mead, of South
Boston, class of '78, bad his skull fractured
and both legi broken. He will probably
More (Hst-asa Table.
New York, Oct. 20. Notices ware tent
tbe members of the Produce Exchange to
day, inviting them to attend u meeting
Monday for the purpose of receiving the re
port of the special committee, anpolntod to
consider the advisability of additional ocean
Litti.k Rock, Ark., Oct. 20. Chan
cellor Carroll to-day in a written opinion
overruled the demurrer denying tbe Juris
diction of his court in tbe case brought
against ex-State Treasurer Churchill and
sureties for an alleged defalcation.
Another Poatmamtr Iuveatlca led.
Rostov, Oct. 28. A special from Port
land, Me., aayi: "Tho investigation of
the charges against Postmaster Goddard,
originating In a Washington paper, has
been closed. A report will be made to tbe
Postmustcr-Gencral next week."
Lord Colertdgo Aground-Unole Bam'
Strong Box Yellow Fever at Brew
ton. Washington, Oct. 20. -The United
States steamer Dispatch left the Washing
ton Navy Yard thlsmon lug for Mt. Y.irnon
with Lord Coleridge and a lurge body of
distinguished gentlemen on hoar.1. When
about one mllo from tbe navy yard the
steamer ran aground on tbe mud ihoali,
at lust accounts had not succeeded In getting
CONDITION OF TIIK TREASl'Rr.
Gold coin and bullion 1208,244,640
Silver dollars and bullion 120,042,823
Fractional silver coin 2d. 041. 001
Culled Mutes note o2,tJ(iO,441
Total HOT. 888,004
YKLLOW KEVr-lt IN ALABAMA.
Tbe experts sent to Un wton, Ala., by
Surgeon-General Hatnlltou uf the Marine
Hospital Service, to make an investigation
of the epidemic at that place, have reportj
ed by telegraph that the disease Is yellow
fever, Up to yesterday there bad been
thrlty-four case and olgfeleea deaths. Dr.
Hamilton says rhl to a very btgn rate of
mortality. Tbe paspulatUn of tfae town I
between 300 end ftOO, but (tie drvease 1 not
preadtng to any extent. The adjoining
town have quarantined against Brewton.
DlalutootaitU from tbe hoapkal mpiHJ at
New Orleans wlU b Ms ts Use Itayar ol
i nr. nofivio.
Toronto, Oct. 20. -There I conilder
able discussion tere regarding the tetter of
Archbishop Lynob to tbe Dublin poor law
The Archbishop write that the board
asked bim to take under bis protection a
number of girls from the Dublin Work
House. He replied that Canada was very
well supplied with help at present and
would not advise the girls to come out til
The action brought by one Dun, colored,
to compel the Windsor School board to ad
mit his daughter to tbe Public Central
school has been decided in favor of the
board. The members pleaded co room. : ,
FAKKWKLI. TO I.ORNB.
Qt mice, Oct. 20. The farewell ball
given by the citizens to Lome and Louisa
last night was a brilliant affair.
Montrkal, Oct. 20. Warrants are out
for the parties who have been circulating
false reports as to the financial Handing f
the linns of tbis city.
London, O't. 20. -Three ihocki of
earthquake 1n quirk succession were felt at
Gibraltar sbor ly after midnight and aiw
other at 2 o'clock tbis morning. Direction
north to south.
The duration of the shocks was from ten
to twelve seconds t ach.
Madrid, Oct. 20. -Tbe Minister of Fi
nance and the Minister of Foreign Affair
have received tho delegates of the Tariff
Reform Society. The former stated that be
hoped lo be able to Introduce all tbe finan
cial reforms the country needed. The
Foreign Minister said he would do his ut
most to conclude treaties of enmraerc with
London, Oct. 20. Twelve bodies have
been recovered from Ihu W irnollffe, Carl
ton, Collieiy. Yorkshire. The fallen nof
prevents quick work.
The certificate of organization of tbe new
American-British and Continental Cable
Company, with a capital of l,f90,000, waa
registered here to-dav.
Di nt, in, Oct. 20. Tlie Freeman'i Jour
nal demands tbu government to prosecute
the leaders at the Orange meeting atRoslea,
the attendant of which were armed. It
also says the speeches made at the meeting
indicated an inten'lon to Intimidate the at
tendants at the National League meeting
held at the s.inu time.
Pari-, (let. 20. It Is reported that tbe
extreme1 Left will lu the Chamber of Depu
ties offer a motion demanding the expul
sion of tbe Oilcans princes from France.
The Murderers F-tcaped.
Gai.vksion, Tex., O t. 20. A Corpus
Cbri-ti dispatch says: "Tbe Toma
IIIhiico store, forty miles south of San
) e.'o, Duval county, was robbed on the
night of tbe lib Inst. The proprietor and
another mini were killed. Tbe murderer
escaped to Mexico. "
Made nu Asnlicnnieut.
Chu Aio, Oct. 20. A St. Paul special
reports that a bank at Farrlngton, Minn.,
has assigned. The sr-l are placed at
Ke',000: liabilities f.iO.OoO. principally to
OCTOBER 20. 1383.
CATTLE - Receipts 2.650; quletj
exports OODOMUO: good to choice
shipping quoted at to 60 foW 00: common
to fair $4 0lrr4 40.
HOGS.-Kecoiuls 9,000; active and
firm: light at $4 OVitf 10;
rough packing $4 Vtnii 50; heavy packing
and shipping $4 tiO'rfi 00.
TTLE-Expmor So DOriM 25; rood
lo heavy do $j Mfdri 80; light to fair $1 OOrt
4 7f; common to medium 14 VXM 90; fair
lo good Colorado W OO.ii.i 10; southwmt $1 7a
34 So; grass Texairs 1 iVtft lift; light to
(ood stonkont MI 70; fair to good load
irs (3 7.Vil 00; common to choice native
oowsand heifers $2 2avtH00; arullawags of
any kind 12 00i 40.
SH EEP Comruen, medium A lhht$2-59Y
3 25; fair to good Kl 50r&i 75; prime pi to
rat 10; fair to good Texans U TifaB 00.
HOGS Receipt 1,005 hoad; shipments
2,0.18 bead. Market active and higher, York
hogs selling at H uoto4 75, packln; nominal
and butcher (low at $4 70(94 85.
WHEAT-80V October; November 09:
Decembor 02V; Jauuarv 03; Mav
CORN' October 40 V: Nerember 4UK;
December 45; January 45; May 48;
year 45 S' .
OATS-Oetnlmr 27V; Novotnber 27K,
December 28 S ; year 27 K ; May 81.V.
WHEAT Lower; closing at $1 00
November; $1 01l 01 Decembe.-; $1 03
CORN Better ; 43K November; 41
year; 41 May.
OATS-Qulet 20S b. October; 20V
b. November; 813a b. May.
WHEAT October $1 00 a.; November
JlOO1.; Decemiier $1 00; January
$1 10; February $1 Vi'i b.
CORN October 5.'".': November o5';
D m tier 00 s, I'nijO V ; January Mar
OATS November 31V; Decenibar86K ;
January 3HX .
sr. i,oi' is.
HUTTER-Creamery at 2.Vrf28 to 29 for
selections, a shade more In a small way;
seconds at dairy rates. Dairy at 20W2
for choice to fancv to 23W24 for lelectlons;
fair 12(15; low grade &aH0, Good to
choice near-by in palls UtoU; common 7(9
8. Market quiet and steady.
POULTRY-Weak. Choice chickens
In demand, but old ralher slow. We quote:
Spring chickens smail tl 6()rl 75; good to
choice i'i 00iYf2 25; lancy large 160.
Old chickens Cock 2 Ma! 60.
mixed 2 75(;t (X); hens M 26; ducks
j2603 76; turkeys $4; geese $3(5.
EGG8 Receipts 527 pks. Lower and dull
at II) for choice marks doubtful stock
has to be sold for less,
Wheat arrived dull and easier; corn ar
rived unchanged. Wheat to arrive rather
dull; corn to arrive neglected. , Mark
Lane Wheat dull ami heavy; com rather
dull. Country markets stsaslv. Ke ' win
ter wheat off coast declined 6d; red winter
wheat to arrive declined 3d; Cali
fornia wheat to arrive and off coast
declined 6d. Spot wheat, dufl and easier;
No. 2 spring 8s 8i; No. 8 sprln
none In market; Western winter 8s 6,1;
Mixed Western corn rather coaler at 0
2Sd. Demand from Continent and United
Kuudain dull Mst aogtvtitoi (or wheal aaii
BBtuturate tor ooraa ,