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rituavd liy De
rangement of Liver, Howela and Kldneji,
SYMPTOMS OF A DISKASEU LIVER.
Itad lircnth; I'ain In t tie Si'lr, tomrtimet the
pain U:h uiiilcr the Sliunldcr liUdn, mistaken fur
KheumatiMn : R:iieral lsa of appetite; hnwelt
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the head it troubled Willi pain, it dull and heavy,
with considerable loss (if memory, accompanied
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which oii(ht to have hven done; a slujlit, dry cough
and fliLslicd face is onn:iimc8 an aticndant, often
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of weariness and debility ; nervous, easily startled;
feet cold nr hurning, konietimes a priclfly sensation
of the skin exists; spoils are low and (lespondent,
and, although satisfied Unit exercise would be bene
ficial, yet one can hardly iummoa up fortitude to
try it in fact, distrusts evety remedy Several
of the above symptoms attend the disease, but caiea
have occurred when but few of them existed, yet
examination after death has shown the Liver to
have keen extensively deranged.
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young, whenever any of tho above,
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Quinine, without any of the injurious after effect.
A Governor' Tentlmony.
Simmons I.iver Kegulalnr has been in use in my
family f,,r some time, and 1 am satisfied it is a
valuable addition to the medical science.
J Gill Siiuftkr, Governor of Ala.
lion. Alexander II. Stepbena, of da.,
lays; Have derived some benefit In, in the use o(
Simmons I.iver Regulator, and wish to give it a
"The nnly Thing that never rail to
Relieve.' I have used ui.mv remedies for Dys
pepsia, I.iver Affec tion and Iiebilny, but never
have found anything to benefit me to the extent
Simmons laser Regulator has. I sent frf.m Min
nesota to fieorgia f r it. and would send further for
such a medicine, and would advise ail who are sim
ilarly affecteO to give it a trial as it seems the only
thing that never fails to relieve
V M Jasnp.y, Minneapolis, Minn.
Dr. T. XV. Maaon nay: From actual ex
perience in the use of Simin .,e Liver Regulator in
my practice I have Uen and am satisfied to use
and prescribe it as a purgative medicine.
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0A1RU. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY
A NOBLE DEFENSE.
The Ex-Husband of Mrs. Bangs
Wants to Bang Her Present
"I. H. L." Identified Stole a March on
the Gosaipa An Abscondnr's Return
and Arrest-Blood on the Face of the
Moon An Opinion a'sis an Opinion A
Fasting Prisoner -The Zu Klux Elan
Again A Man Murders His Entire
Family and then Kills Himself.
A Caat-Otf Iluftbanir Iteleime of Hla
Nkw York, Oct. 1!4. In a letter to the
World Air. W. A. P. Laliroe, the first
husband of Mrt. F. (J. Banns, the actor,
who is now tjcfltln? a clivorc? from Iter,
"Id niuking the following Htatetncnt I
urn aoiuuted only by a sense of duty to my
diilcl and a tlestre to see a much wronged
woman rljrhteil. EiKbt years a'o, after an
acquaintance of two years, I married Miss
Alice M. Sinjjer, rlatittliter of I. M. Singer,
Kiq. , of Paignton, Devonshire, Knuland.
Nine days after our marriage his death oc
curred. From that mumeiit our trials
commenced. My wife's tulnd being
poisoned agalast me she ciinic to look upon
me as a scheming adventurer whose only
Kreed was her Inheritance. At lat she
charged me with being what I am
satUfied she thought to be the truth.
I replied tiercel;; a quarrel ensued
Shortly after cairn Reparation and I came to
America. At the expiration of sixteen
months I returned to Rug-land to see for the
tiikt ttni-my child, boy lackintr but a
few days of being a year oid. For a time
we lived happily, but airain the old suspi
cion returned and auain I left England for
America without a hope of my agniu snow
in,,' an hour's happitmcs.. Six years after
waids nocotuiuuiiicatlons passing between
tis meantime a divorce was crantcd to my
wife on one of the nioet serious charges
ver brought axainst a man. The nurse of
my cblid confessed to something w hich as
(iuil N my judge never existed. I mitda no
defense except a single denial, for I abhor
red the thought of living with a wife who
could believe me such a degraded wretch.
Knowing tay wife's peculhr motive I could
not blame her for the course she took under
i be circumstances.
ANY RinHT-MIMDKD WOMAN,
who fell herself so deeply w ronged would
have done the same, for she had ap
parently tb strongest proof, the admission
direct from the Lips of the alleged victim.
It has always) been a principle with me to
give uiy bitterest enemy credit for any good
1 raits be actually poi-senae. 1 have known
the woman, who was Mts Alice M. Singer,
for ten years and probably understood her
better than any man living. While I know
her to be a remarkably proud and imperious
woman, quick to imagiue wrongs which
never exist, and quicker still to resent
them, 1 would stake my life upon her
womanly purity and freedom from a wrong
(bought. Any man who says otherwise is n
sl.itideter and a acouudrel, which words I
will cheerfully repeat to bis face. I
promised ber dead father that I would
alway stand between her and harm. I
snail keep that promise, though she l
nothing now to me but tlte mother of my
"I. II. L." Identified.
Hay Ukad, N. J., Oct. U. The body
of a woman washed ashore near Bay Head
dock yesterday has been ideutlfied as Miss)
Milliceiit Lewis, by Mr. S a nitre I .Morrison,
of Hayville, Nothing is knowB of the dead
woman's antecedents. She came to Bay
ville in July last and boarded lu oue of the
collage. She was kuowu as a handsome
and entertaining young lady, and cave her
age as 20. A favorite with everybody she
w as welcomed iu the homes of all well-to-do
residents of the place, and when the
summer season closed she ws uskf d to ac
cept a borne in Samuel Morrison's bouse,
between whose daughter and .Miss
Lewis n strong attachment had
sprung up. It wan no
ticed at time after Miss Lewis accepted
with Miss Morrison, the former became
very despoadeut. Eei thing was done to
make her comfortable, and as she was a
good elocutionist, accomplished singer and
pianoforte player, she was much sought
after. Her puree wa over replenished by
farmer Morrison's daughter. On October
1st a letter arrived addressed to Miss Lewis,
upon which the postmark was New York,
The letter, she said, was from an uncle In
the metropolis, who desired her to come to
Mew York and accept a lucrative position
as music teacher In the board of Education.
On tho day following Mii-s Morrison noticed
ih.tt her newly-acquired friend was given
much to weeping. The next mori lug
Miss Lewis started, ostensibly for New
York, and that was the last seen of be
alive. This morning the body was Identi
fied by Miss Morrison. A trunk loft at
farmer Morrison's contains her fine cloth
log, most of which Is marked with the
Initials "1. II. L." The same on tlv
clothing on tho dead body, Fanner Mor
rison says that ho thought us much of the
dead girl as If she had been oim of tils own
daughters, and be will give her it decent
burial In his own family lot, if the Imily Is
not claimed by her friends, of whom there
is nothing known, the dead girl h;ivin;
done away with all her correspondence,
Termtlye'a ftelNrii immI Arreal.
ClilCAUO, Oct. ill, -Daniel H. Veiinllye
was arrested hero last night charged wllb
ibe eml)e.zletneni of s:i,0()0 of the minis
of Ihe Wcenia Stone mid Marblo company,
lu which ho was a stockholder. Tin) alien
ed embezzlement occurred one year ago,
siuco which lime. Yei inllye Ins been beard
from In California ami Europe, mid is sup
posed to have Just returned from abroad.
The arrest Is said to be preliminary to other
mills against the accused, two of which
have been commenced by Uen, William
Myers, now on tho retired list of I ho Unit
od .States Army, to rseover $20,000 which
Myers claim to have entrusted to Vermllyi
while the. latter was In ilia employ of I In
Northern Pacific railroad company at 8t,
Paul, to Inveat In town sites along the Una
of that road, but from wlijch be claims
never to have, received any returns. Gen
eral Myers baa also coiumenoad stilt for
t2o.OOO fur slander n gainst Varmllye, ow
ing, It la claimed, to the tu of In tiatun
in connection wlih the wife of Vcrmllye,
who h. commenced salt la Uie courta of
Naw Jersey iv. J forces
W, C. T. C stvenfloii.
Alios, III., Oct. 24. The annual ataffl
invention of the III. W. C. T. U. opened
here yentcrday afternoon In the Presbyter
ian church, MUs Mary A. West, of (inles
burg, president. There are about .'WO dele
gates. After Ihe appointment of varioti
committees and the reports from district
conventions, Mrs. Helen L. Hood, of Chi
cago, read a paper on the "Relation of
headquarter 10 local unions, " and waa
followed by Mrs. M. H.WIIIiard, of Evans
ton, who reported on the progress of legis
In the evening, ul tho City Hall, Mayor
Herb delivered an address of welcome In
behalf of the city, and Mrs. F. H. Evana
welcomed the convention on behalf of the
local V. 0. T, C. There addrestea were
responded to by Mrs. L. A. llagans, of
Elmhnrst. Mias Mary Allen West then de
livered the president's annual address,
which was full of pleasing thought and
startling facts. The convention will con
tinue in session to-day, to-morrow and
Friday, and will discuss many Important
subjects relative to temperance and Its work.
It is expected 10 have much effect upon the
prohib.tioii question in this state.
An 0lnlou Worth llatlnar.
Nkw Yohk, Oct. 21. Mr. Henry Irving
and Miss Ellen Terry were present at the
petfoi mance of "Francesca da Kaiuini" at
the Star theatre lasi evening. The ilNtin
gt isbetl actor and actress modestly kept
well in the p-ar of a right-band box, which
they occupied In company with their mana
ger. They evidently desired to avoid at
tracting the attention of tho audience,
many of whom craned their beads forward
to catch a glimpse of the foreigners.
Miss Terry was attired in a coin-colored
suit, which matched in hue ber frizzes.
The latter alone were visible across the
balcony of the box, and gave her somewhat
of a resemblance to pictures of Mr. Burn
.Jones, the London esthete, published in
tlii country. Mr. Irving wore a heavy
pair of goggles. He appatilded vigorously,
and disconcerted the actors on the stage.
In conversation b expressed tho opinion
that Mr. Barrett's Lancelotto was one of
the linest pieces of acting he eycr witnessed
and that Mr. Barrett waa one of the great
est actors now living, either in England or
Oft on Hlit Feed.
Ukia'Idkkk. N. J., Out. 24. Peter C.
Sin-ill, who is in jail here on a charge of
horse stealing, has But partaken of a par
ticle of food during the last thirteen days,
ills mother and sistcn ii-ited him last week,
bringing with thi-m large quantities of
delicacies, but be refused to Hut. Dr.
Lcfferts, the jail physician, baa submitted
him to a careful examination and found
that be is in pet feet lira I ill and bis stomach
In its normal condition. His pulse Is strong
and vigorous, and no injurious effects are
yet. visible from the long fast. Since hla
ii'inuv al from the new to the old jail be has
shown an ugly spirit, threatening bis fellow-prisoners
and the rheriff with senge
rnce whenever an opportunity should show
ilself. He declares that he will be ac
quitted of the charge of hoisc-stcaling
made apalnst him, and ssys that be can on
ly be convicted of an attempt to break jail,
for which he believe the court will not
punish him very severely. Just what bis
motives are in keeping up his long fast no
one can tell.
The l.fiborntory Fire.
Sr. Lui'iH, Oct. 24. Later estimates
place the loss by last night's fire at tl.'i1),
(:hi. It is also ascertained that the Insu
rance i greater that at first stated, aggre
gating over ninctv-six thousand dollars.
The burned district includes tho houses
011 Broadway from lilt) to Blddle street, on
Biddle to Collins, and r,u Collins street to a
poiut a little northeast of 1110 Broadway.
The Benton House, as the hotel waa last
called, was know n formerly as the Uirard
and as the Broadway. It was built before
the war by Louis Pieot and almost aa soon
as it was finished it was turned into a hos
pital for the sick and wouuded of the fed
eral troops. The hotel has passed through
a great many hands, each of whom lost
money upon It. It originally cost $100,000.
Dr. McLean bought it about two years since
and tilted up a part of the building as a
A Hn Kim Ulan 011 Trial.
Atlanta, Oa., Oct. 24. -Tho Banka
county Ku Klux trial ha beguu. Jasper
James, Pelvus and N.'dl Yarbruugb Lovel
Streettnan, Bold Emery, State Simmona
anJ E. H. Green tire the defetidanta. Ex-Ce-ngrcfsuian
Spear Is the prosecuting at
torney. Calvin Bush testified that he waa
taken out of bed by a bowling mob who
stripped him and gave him 173 lashes.
He displayed frightful acira lu court.
Warren liryson and Elisha Brooks testified
to like treatment, and that the mob swore
vengeance against the negroes of the locality
who voted for Coiigresssman ftpear. Brook a
wns also heaien with brswa knuckles. Ben
Sanderson gave accouotof bow be was shot
three times and left for dead. The de
fense are endeavoring to prove alibi.
Luchercst the iosp.
.w Yohk, Oct. 24. There Is aflutter
In the social circles tn thU city to-night, oc
casioned by the report of a clandestine
uiarrlago between two lending society peo
ple living here. William F, 'Policy, tho
bookkeeper of a prominent dry goods house
on Wall street, and a popular and exem
plary young man, went to Hudson this
evening, where bo met Miss Julia Baldwin,
of this city, ami they repaired to the hotiso
of 1111 Episcopal clergyman and were mar
ried. After Iheceretiiony ihcy sent a (lis
put fit containing thelidings to friends In this
c'ty. Both move lu Hie best snelely. Th
attachment waa of long standing,
r.of K 1I,AM, III., Oct. 21. -The post
nflb'o and general stow of Jones A Young,
twelve miles south of here, at Edgingtoii,
wore destroyed by Hie yesterday morning.
Tho registered letters were saved. The
loss Is W.O00; Insurance, sJ,00 on stock
and W,000 mi buildings. The lire was
caused by n defective chimney.
An Injiinrllou Asriainal Their Inane.
Nkw York, Oct. 24. Lj. H. Anderson
of Wall street obtained an injunction to-day
preventing the Issue of the Northern Paclfla
second mortgage bonds, Lord Coleridge
waa at tho Sto'tk Kxcluiugo to-day.
A MUf of F.mei-uii.
Iyai.kiuii, N. 0. 1 October 24. An ap
peal has been taken In Hie case of Dan
Gould, eiitcuced to hang next Friday for
tho murdorof Wiu. Carpenter, whlohao 1
a a stay of execution.
'Hilly," tlM Uurcistr.
Nr.w Tori, Oot. 4. Billy Porter,
the burglar Indicted for toe uuider o( bur
fflar Walsh, asaa ha an swmaM l U Uie
Well llestowed Prnlse.
St. Louis, OjL 24. .Several member
of ihe Law anil Order League are advocat
ing Ihe claims of Jo. H. Lodge for recog
nition in the prosecution of the pollca-gam-bling
ring. They say:
The important part Mr. Lodgn baa
lukeii In the auoseetition of -tho gambler
ami rlngsters, the sacrifices he has made in
refusing fees because of his association
wiih t 'uti les p. Johnson, tho sjeal which he
has displayed lu representing tha .State
upon every occasion iu the Criminal court
and before tho grand jury, the unselfish
ness with which he has neglected hla own
business to aid his sick friend, Mr. Harris,
and his familiarity with the Inside work
ings of the ringsters not only entitle him to
recognlilon, but render his service In
disputable in Ihe present emergency.
So said one of the member
nf the Executive committee
this morning. In Ihe old Missouri State
Lottery. Broadhead, Henry 0. Clover and
I'nited States Senator Jewett were connect
ed with Lodge, and if any blame ia attached
to him for representing the lottery in a pro
fessional capacity, it should also attach to
those prominent gentlemen who were asso
ciated with him. Lodge, at that time, was
a young attorney not long in St. Loula, and
displayed sin h vigor and fearlessness in the
coniiuct of his cases that his worth was soon
recognized, and he was associated with
those professional digniiurlea I have men
All.tlY OF Tilt: I'M RLKLA.N'D.
Keeping Green the Memoriea of Cam p and
CINCINN Ail, Oct. 24. -The Society of
the A liny 01 the Cumberland formed thia
mni iimg at Ibo Burnett House and marched
wlih a band Irj the (iiand Opera House to
hold a business session. The society was
led by Its president, General Sheridan,
who had General Uosecrans on his
rlcht. Following came General Wood
w ill" General John A. Lojun. After these
were Generals Newton, Carlin, Morgan,
Kimball, Parkhurst and about one bun
died and fifty others. General Sheridan
called the society to orJer. Prayer was of
fered by Chaplain Ernshaw.
licporis of committees were then re
ceived. It was stated by vay of explanation of th
absence of mention of the death of Genera
Steeilnmn, that he had oever become
a member of the society. Gen.
It. I). Mussey offered a resolution,
which was adopted, that tho Committee on
Memoirs take the necessary steps to have a
sketch of.Gen. Steedman's military career
published iu tho annual record.
Geii. J. J. Fullerton, treasurer, reported
,1 balance at the beginning of tho yeat of
Jo.Ki; balance now lu the treasury $197. He
stated that a large number of member were
ilciiiiqiiciii, many of whom cannot he found
After tlie appointment of committees and
the acceptance of invitation from the
Chamber of Commerce, the Cuvler Club,
Duck worth Club, and Lincoln Club, the
nii'ctin.' std jiuii'iied.
IIhiiiii aud ibe Wblsky Hess.
WAMMNinoN, Oct. 24. Ex-Comiiils-sioner
itaum said this morning that bis cli
ents, the whisky men, desired Congresa to
take definite action In the bonded tax mat
let- immediately upon ro-assembling. The
distillery men will not ask an action upon
goods Including that to be made iu tbe fu
ture, but will emphatically Insist that an
exteutioi) be granted on tho wblskv now lu
warehouses and to come out within the
next two years. There are 70,000,000 gal
lons to come out of bond in that time,
which means W3.0O0.0O0 of tax to be paid,
and of course the market an't receive thla
large lot in two years.
The Deadly Tramp,
Clinton Falls, Ind., Oct. 24. Last
night a stranger culled for supper at the
farm hove of James Crawford, an aged
man living aoiiu- with his wife, near here.
While tbe wife was preparing the supper
ho struck her down with a club, at the aamn
time bis compautou knocked Mr. Crawford
down the same way, when they stole $16,
and left tbe aged people for dead. Craw
ford recovered consciousness and gave tha
alarm. The latest news from the victims
is thai both will die.
A Whole Family Murdered.
Nkwcomkkstown, o., Oc4. 24. -There
is great excitement in our little town, A
farmer haa juat arrived bringing with htm
news of a moat horrible crime that waa com
mitted about ten mile northeast of this
place. All that i known at the prescn
lime is that Alfred Frlten murdered hla
wife and three children, and then termin
ated Ibo fearful tragedy by pultlug an end
to.bia own miserable existence.
Nkw Yohk, Oct. 24. Tbe war In tbe
Hebrew Congregation of Anolia Chosed
B'nal and Kovoah, which began In the
aynagouue last Friday night, and which re
sulted on Saturday ntgbt In the arrest of
several of the congregation on a charge of
assault and battery, Is by no moans settled.
Further trouble, If not bloodshed, may oc
cur next Saturday night, when there will
be another meeting.
A t'oanl Whss'a no Aceoiml.
Jamkhvah, Out. 24. It Ih learned front
Information In the hands 0! the police that
Count Stefan Bullituiy, prevlovs to his mar
riage to the nnly to whom Dr. Hose ti hay
was engaged, bad been betrothed to the
daughter of a gentleman moving In high
circles aud had heartlessly broken off tbe
Nalvnllon lor All.
Wasiiinuto.v, Oct. 24, The general
canon of the Unlvcrsiilhtt church assem
bled here this morning at 10 o'clock.
Delegates are yrostf nl from New Hamp
shire, Massachusetts, Kliode Island, Con
necticut, Now Jersey, Pennsylvania,
Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, New York and
Ass Awlnl Allsriullvi.
WiLKKNiuiiitK, Pa,, Oct. 21. Two more
victims of yesterday's explosion at Kings
ton, Mary (julnti and Halite Mo, died
this morning In terrible agony. Lizzie Ed
wards and Ja. Steel aro praying for death
to relieve llieiii of their fearful aufforlugs ,
John James will probably recover,
llnltluit) re F.leellon.
Bai.timohk, Out. 21. Tho eleotlon ( a
mayor and oily council to-day la very quiet.
A large vole Is being polled. The impres
sion I that tho regnlsr Democratic ticket
will be elected.
An Old-Faahl ealllew tUa
IIanovkr, N. H., Oct. 14. Snew nm
fallen steadily since 8 o'clock thl morning.
. fsaca feaiaxiiivd.
Mumphi. Oct, 24, TU racea bar to
Uf we r Mtptfnrd m anuii vfiia.
London, Oct. 24.-At Newmarket tbe
new nursery alakes, handicap, for twe-year-olds.
was won by Tombola, Cloohette
second, P. Eorillord's PonUao third. Kiev
London, Oct. 2t.-Dewhurst plate, two-year-olds
Hermit Adelaide, a Alley, first.
Busybody second, Fri-a third, 'ten start
ers. London, Oct. 24. Cardinal Maanlusr
says tho Pope has shown a thorough wil
lingness to meet Bismarck' advance aad
those of the German Government every
where, ao far as ha could do so consistent
with the principles of the Church, which
have been very liberally construed. Cardi
nal Manning beliefs Bismarck is much
more inclined to be friendly to Borne than
he has hitherto been, and that he will ati
cciln to any measure likely to result in
peaceful arrangement of their dlfferenoes.
Berlin, Oct. 24. The rupUire between
the Vatican and Cardinal Hobenlobe Is com
plete. Tbe Cardinal will prolnbly remain
lu Germany during tb winter. The Na
tional Zeitung hears that the Cardinal's
sudden departure Iron Rome was owing to
tbe failure of his rnquest for the removal ef
his coadjutor in tbe diocese of Albauo.wlth
whom he bad every reason to be dissatis
fied, and to pecuniary t roubles. The same
paper thinks the association of the depar
ture with pecuniary troubles is a gross mis
representation, as the Cardial has nev,r
been a spendthrift,
Bomk, Oct. 24. The report of the com
mittee of tbe Geodetic Association wari
adopted after an animated debate. The
report favors the universal adoption of ihe
Greenwich meridian. The conference
hopes, if tho world agrees, on a tinirication
of longitudes and lours by accepting the
Greenwich meridian, that England will ad
vance the unification of weigbta and meas
ures by Joining the Metrical convention.
Vikn.na, Oct. 24. Al Ike opening session
of the Austrian delegation the President
pointed out the universal feeling for peace.
The government would be obliged to take
this feeling on tbe part of tbe people into
lie-count; but It w'us neccessary for the dele
cation to furnish the government with tho
means of protecting tne honor, rigbta and
interests of the monarchy.
Dl'BI.in, Oct. 24. Pool has bean Indict
ed for the murder of Kenny.
Li mi: kick, Oct. 2.'!, The Poor Law
Guardian, ol tho Limerick Union will Uke.
advantage of the Laborers' Act aud build a
thousand votiagcs for laboriug men.
Fit AM K.
PaKIS, Oct. 21. Tim general Impression
produced here by thi! Yellow B ok Ls lint
all negotiations between France and Cblua
have licen exhausted, and that war or suc
cessful mediation ls inevitable.
OCTOBER 21, 18W.
CATTLE - Receipts 11,000; quiet;
exports id Wdti 20; goou te euolcu
hipping quoted at Ki 50 (dti 00; common
to fair $4 lOfoio lii.
HO(iS--Keceiute 2.500; active and
firm: light at $4 75toi 10;
rough packing $4 20ro4 05; heavy pocking
and shipping $4 7,V5 15.
CATTLE Exporters $5 UOrM 2S; Mod
to heavy do H MM !; light to fair $4 0o
4 7f; common to inedliini $4 4OV4H 00; fair
in good Colorado U 0u 10; south went $3 7'i
aM So; grass Texan M 00r4 10; UvhX to
;ood slockers fi Midd 7,; fair to rood feed
rs 1 7Sr4 25; common to choice native,
3ow and heifers ii &sH 0d; arcdlawag of
any kind $2 002 40.
SIIKKP-Coramen, medium AlrrttlMr
8 25; fair to good SI hhM To; prime W 8)
MM w; fair to good Texan $3 75(93 00.
IIOGS-Keceipt a,o7 bead; ablprrumts
l.UW head. Market scxrenand higher, Tnrk
hogs selling at $4 0Va 00, packuir tMMBtnal
at 4 Wfrtl 80. and bulcm-re steady at $4 06
(." 10 fur rough to good beuvie.
WHEAT 90X October; Mevember 91 si ;
December MS; January Ml! Mav
$1 01 W.
COKN'-OctoberMY; November 4t(X;
December 45 J4 ; January 44; Mav 48;
year 15 S.
OATS-Oetohor 87 : Novemlxir I7.S ;
December 28 M; year27i ; May U,
WHEAT Lower; chwltse; at Mfa)$ 00
November; $1 Ul VW1 Oil' Deoiessv;
$1 OBV Jnnuarr.
COltN -Holier: 4,Di NevemOer; 41V
year; 4irD44S' bid May.
OATS-yutet; 2tl-' b. Odotierj 29V
o. n dti-111 lie r; 01 0. .nay
WHEAT -October tt 00 a.
$I08'(; December $1 II;
$1 11: February $1 1.1.
CORN Octolnr oil: November
December 50 V; January WW.
OATS-Novstnhcr H4 '1; December M; i
January 30 V.
to. Lot; 1.
BUTTKR-Creaincry at 'iVi28 to 20 for
selections, a Mi ad n more In a small way;
seconds at dalrr rales, lmry at 20 ':.,J
for cboiee to fancy to 2:Utv24 for leleetlons;
fair l'.'irrl5; low grade ,H(ii). t)jd to
choice near-hy In palls 1 LalU; coininon 7
8. No ehungu lo tt'itn In the general totui
of this markel during the ouiire week.
Thnrw wa a fair demand, from local dealer ,
for top grades of both dalrr aud cresmerv
at about steady prious, while medium and
low qualities have been In excessive offering
and hard lo place, even at concession.
l'OULTKY-lloth old and young chickens
In liberal supply, modem demand and
lower; turkeys' source, firm and hi de
mand; dueksin fair supply, and selling
prettv well, Sale raiueil; spring eincnen
small ,tt 2ftirfl nil; falrto ohoh-e, $1 75 n'2;
rhoico $2 25; Old chickens-Cook VJ 2.V
3 60, mlxiiil 2 77 H HO. hen. SI OOirtsl 15;
ttirkevs, $4o; V dnien; aeeoiding to ,
KGGS-ltcceliis 5tl0 pk. Demand light,
supply liberal and market dull at M VtJ!)o
for choice marks; doubtful stock less,
Wheat arrived dull and heavy; corn ar
rived unchanged. Wheat to arrive dull;
corn to arrive steady, Mark Lajie
Wheal and corn dull ami easier.
Country markets quiet, Red win
ter wheat off noasl declined 5d ; red winter
wheat to arrive declined -'id; Cali
fornia wheat to arrive and off oat
tleoitard W. 8put wheat quiet but steady t
No. 1 sprlug 8 ad 1 No. 3 sprwig
none lo market; Weatera winter ."l;
Mixed Wesuirn corn rather easier at &
Ad. Drmsne front CtiuUnut and United
klagdeut ruadcraU lac waaat and dull fer