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CA1KO. ILL1MU. SUNIU) M0RN1NH, DKCEMBKK 23 .a3.
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Qeaerel repiirtng In all kind of meult. Key
afelldeeertpUOBe made to order, tnd tatlsfaettoa
warranted. Give me call, tnd he convinced for
faartelf, el the go of the "BIG GC.n."
JOHN A. KOKHLER.
tt-ta Pronrietor, Cairo. 111.
W. STKATTON, Cairo. T. BIRO. Mietourt.
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I. 9T Ohio Levee, Otlro, I'l.
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an A. ttUTB,
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dials aa in
vliIaaaftotarer and Dealer In
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: I. 10 Com'l Ave., Bet. 5th A fith 8ta
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f ALL ahd WINTER GOODS
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tXtbe heat material and workmanship.
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Fall itock of materials for
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Zepnprs of all Shades.
L ' ILmmbi given In Arrttone. Order for
Sttetac and embroidery solicited.
y ' ' AQSIT BBOsl i Proprietors.
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CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
Grand Holiday Attraction!
One Night Onlv.
CHRISTMAS, DEC. 25.
The Greatest of all Modern Dramas,
"A Celebrated Case."
Grand Family Matinee!
Th Sublime Drama from TeoyioD't Ftvorit
The Shipwrecked Sailor
Kaerred sett at Bader'a. Popa'ar prlcea. IS,
o and n Coiita. N i extra charge fer reserved
eat. Admission to matinee, tOc;; children, to.
136 &138 Com'l Ave.
have tecelved a full and complete Una
ol new Fall and Winter
Cloaks, Dolmans, Sotious, Etc.
A heavy stock of Body Brniselt, Taper
A fall itock of OU Clothi, til line and price.
Cd?thinp;& Gents' Furnish'g Goods
a mil ana complete tiocx 11 now Ming
closed oat at great bargains.
A.U ttooda at Bottom Frloewt
Create New Sensation and Revive
the Waning Interest in the
Emma Bond Case.
It the Prosecuting Witness Unsound in
mind, or Does Her Story Con
ceal Another Crime?
Promltououslng Lawing-A Prudent Pops
Midnight Murder-A Disappointed
Mob And Other New.
Uillbboru, III., Doc. 22. loeie was a
lea.oDfortbe adjournment of the Bond
irlal yesterday a reason which the public,
he lury, aod even tbe defendauta at tbn
time did not know. Only the attorney with
the inscrutable face and the Jude on "e
henrb understood it. There develop a
fact of tbe uttuuHt importance to tb tarn
on trl il, fact wbicb may obange tbe whol
appiirtnoe of tbe caw. VYbeo It was auadn
known to Judge Thornton, bis counte
nance (or tbe flrtt time during the trial be
trayed hl feeling. He wat astounded,
the revelation wa made to tbe court,
ludge Thornton aald that be must under
. and thoroughly the new CveloJtnf;ii be
fore proceeding, and there wai an
1 BE RKVBL1TION
includet an alleged cocfeision from Emma
Bond aod bar alleged lniiitance upon tbe
innocence of tbe defendant even up to the
day of the trial. Tbe revelation came la
ibl way: A gentleman of tbe
bigbett petition, was approached
yesterday, hy Attorney Crelgb
ton and Deputy 6her.fi Hummel, of Taylor
vtile. They talced him v. oat he would do
if be bad been told something In confidence
hat w of tbe highest importance to tbe
lefendant In a criminal case. He told
'hem that tbelr duty to tocieiy would com
pel them to divulge It. Tben tbey told bim
hflritory. It Is about ai follow:
'Prosecutor Drennao Just after betook
he case told us In strident confi dence thst
ie a. planed In
lum a few d tys after tbe allege, outran
he ami bis wife visited Em ma Bond. He
went out a few moments and left bis wif,i
(th the Hirl. While Mrs. Drennao wat
ione with her, Emma said to bert 'I am
in trouble. I am afraid tbey will catch me.
I am afraid tbey will get me. I doo't want
do it, but I will have to make up a story.'
I:s. Drennao left ber, and some time
iterward told ber husband about it."
This Is tbe story Hammel and Creigbton
re said to have revealed to tbe leading at
'orney for the defense yesterday. Twenty
ninutea after It bad been made to tbe other
awyer of the defense a reporter was traci
ng It op. He versified tbat Htnnel,
reigbtoo. and Mr. and Mrs. Dienntn are
oneerced, aod tben made for the lawyer
ascertain tbe new oourse It would gne
ue trial. Tbey were In some doubt last
:ight, but tbe theory wblcb seem t pre
dominate Is tbat, first, tbe girl is crazy;
-eoond, there mav be an unlooked-for
"rime connected wtth tb matter. To
lpport tbe first theory, McBrlde waa di-
tehed to Chicago last night for a famous
i insanity, Dr. MtcKtrland, of that city,
-ho testified during tbe Gulteau trial, and
ho uaa taken reasonable Interest In tbe
limine Bond case. He bas written several
mere t tbe attorneys of the defense, ex.
resting bis opinion tbat from wnat be has
ead tbe tin muft be enzv. McBrlde bas
zone on to see qlm and will bring blm on to
testify u to tbe girl' condition.
Your reporter hai further discovered that
'ho proteoution are said to have a rea.on
for not allowing Col. A. D. Bond to go on
the ttand. fie would have been otilii;ed to
.ubmitto crom-examlnatlon and tbe crocs
examination, It is said, would have
brought out that up to tbe time of tbe trial
Emma Bond asserted tbe innocence of
Montgomery, Pettus and dementi. It will
ie remembered tbat Mis Bond said tbe
day after she bad been on the stand, that
he could not lelieve Clementl to be fullty.
DESTROYS THE PH08ECIT10.V.
This revelation revives tbe abortion theo
ry and sets In motion Investigation In a
thousand different direction. The fact that
the ulrl bat made admissions tbat compro
mise ber Identification of Montgomery, by
no means prove tbe Innocence of tbe de
fendant. There was violence of some
kind. There must have been a crime of
some kind. Tbo revelations wblcb these
rihpatcbes make would seem to destroy tbe
prosecution in this case, but tbey do not
explain the mystery. Tbe clues to thi ex
planation will be eargerly sought.
T.ie defense, to-day, think tbey
have found one in a trouble in tbe family
of Ed. Montgomery, cousin of John Mont
gomery. It was In Ed. Moutsomery's
family that Emma Bond boarded while sbe
was teaching in tbe school-bouse where tbe
alleged outrage occurred. Mrs. Montgom
ery, It It said, was Jealous of her Intimacy
with her husband. It Is not alleged tbat
there was anything criminal about the in
timacy, hut Mrs. Montgomery was Jealou.
The defense will summon ber as a vritne.g
ttnd hope to open an investigation from this
i-tu tbst will explain tbs whole mystery.
A Vlrtnlfbt Murder.
Prtkhsbi'KQ, Intl., Dec. 22. As Henry
I,. Cusbln, Jr., a salesman with B- E.
Montgomery, was on his way borne from
the store last olghtat midnlght.be was twice
; ot from behind by an tssussln, who wat
i nncealed behind a tree. The wound; prov
ed instantly fatal. Tbe body was then robbed
This morning Chas. Harvev was arretted
ibargni with the crime, lie confined to
the robbery but denied tbe shooting. Blood
wa found on hi boot. The town is wild
with excitement, and lynching is fesred.
TJippoluied JfoE. "
.HICiGO. Dec, 22. A special from
Tombstonp, Arizona, says the sheriff ar
rived tbis morning, having In obarce Rod
Sample aod Texas Willis, two Bitbee mur
derer. Tory were brought by a freight train
ti it bad been learned tbat an attempt was
to b 1 ma ie to seize and lynch them. These
fears were verified, as when tbe passenger
train reached Wilcox twenty armed men,
tbrlstlng for the lives of the prisoners,
boarded tbe trale, learcbed It and left dli
Fer the) ravor of aa Aeireaa.
Camton, Ohio, Dee. 2J.-Sidney Ersop,
commedian. and William Rrari. nlanl.i nf
Rentz Stanley Burlesque Co., Indulged in
lively fight at th depot, while waiting tor
the train. on account of Jealously to who
snouia escort Alice lownsena, a pretty
opera bouffe of the company. Both men
were arreitod, Jbut wertjeleu4 en bail.
A YW LNll E.tOCU ABDEN.
A Husband Mourned aa Dead Batumi
to He-Marry a Wife Wboae Death
Had Been Reported to Him.
Lehiohto.v, Pa., Dec. 23. In tk8'.' a
young Welsh couple, named Mo gan,
came to the Lehigh ooal region, wber tbe
husband, a ho was a minor, had procured
work la the milieu. A few months after
ward be enlisted in a company that was
beiug raised to Join a Pennsylvania regi
ment in tbe war, and went to the front.
A abort time afterward bit wife give blrtb
to a child. Sbe reoelved one letter
from ber husband and tben never
beard from lilra again. Tbe tmall-pir
broke out in the mining village where sbe
lived, and both sbe and ber child contract
ed tbe disease, but both recovered. The
regiment in which Morgan bad enlisted
uttered terribly during the war, and but
a few returned to tbelr home wben the
war was over. Morgan did not retain.
His wife bad removed to tbe Lickinz Val
ley coal region In 1874, believing that ber
butband was dead.
8BR CON DUCT KD a BOARDING HOt'SB
in one of tbe small mining village In tbe
Licking Valley, her boarder being prin
cipally miners. She was enabled to engtxe
In tbe business through the klndnes. of a
middle-aged miner named .4cbell, a
widower. In 1870 sbe married Schell. In
187f)be wat killed by a fall of coal in th
tnioct. lie! .-ft three ohildree and hii.tep
ion Eil ward Morgan, whom be had aiwjys
treated at his own child. He left uiu
little property, which be willed to bis widow
during ber life time or until ibe remarried.
In tbe event ot her death or ber umriuge
the pioperty was to he devtded equally be.
tweeu tbe four children. Tbe widow con
tinued tbe boarding-house s'ter ber hus
band's death. A few weeks sgo, m
a miner from the Lkklnn Valltv
states, the Welsh busband. Divtd Mor
gan, appeared at tbe boarding house
A NO MADE HIMSILV KNOWN.
Ilia identity was unmistakable. It seems
that tbe report bad been received iu tbe
company of whiob Morgan was a member,
tbat bis wife and ciillrl had both died with
tbe small-pox, and lb report was confirm
ed by a statement made by a new recruit
from tbe neighborhood. Morgan bad been
taken prisoner tnd whs not released nntll
peace was declared. Broken In beal.b be
determined to return at once to Wales,
where be regained bis health and again
went to mining. During tbe fall Just pat
former acquaintance of his. who bad been
working io tbe coal regions of Pennsylvania
for many years, retujoed to Wale where
be was surprised to flod Morgan aliye and
well. Tbe acquatntauce knew tbat Mor
gan' wife and child bad
FECOVKRKI FROM THEIR ILt.NXSS.
Morgan sailed for America at once, and tbe
busband and wife who had believed -one
another dead tor twenty-years, met under
the circumstance mentioned. Tbe meet
ing was a bappy one, although It brought
about a peculiar '.mnpllcatton In tbe domes
tic affairs of tbe wilt-. The marrls;e cere,
mony was again performed between them,
tbe wife being married under tbe name of
schell Morgan, who had taved a snug for
tune since bis return to Wales, purchased
tbe right of Schell's children in their prop
erty, aod, adopting them a hi own tnml
ly, returned to Wales.
Washington. Dec. 22. Ex-Senator
Spencer' case for alleged contempt of
court, etc, in tbe Star Route cases was dis
missed by the court because tbe subpoena
was irregular, being tbe form used in civil
instead of criminal cases.
Ex-Senator Bruce and Fred Douglass
have declined to serve on the committee ap
pointed by the recent colored convention,
because of other engagements.
N. W. Fitzgerald, Indicted for violating
tbe pension law, gave ball tbl morcing.
There is a rumor about the capitol to-day
tbat Representative Cox, of N. Y., will be
assigned to tbe chairmanship of tbe com
mutes on Naval affairs; tbat Ex-Qov. Cur
tin of Pennsylvania, will be chairman of
the committee of Foreign affairs; and that
Representative Belmont, of N. Y., will be
given a place on tbat committee and chair
manship of another equally Important com
mittee. The story is given out as positive,
but cannot be verified.
The condition of ex-Governor Lowe, of
Iowa, remains the same. Tbe members of
his family look for bit death at any time.
Representative Townsend, of Illinois,
bas been assigned by gossip to various
committees, but It can be positively stated
that he does not desire tbe charmanshlp of
any small or unimportant oommlttee, and
will iu preferance to accepting such a place
take a good position on tbe committee on
appropriations and devote bis energy only
to work on that committee.
Judge Regan, of Texas, who i supposed
to have been se lected chairman of tbe com
mittee of commerce, feels very sore about
the recent division of work which has here
tofore been referred to that!oommltteej on
taking away from tbe committee work re
specting rivers and harbors, notblng is left
for it but matters pertaining to Inland
transportation wbiob, in the language of a
Western member, are embodied In Mr.
K'gaQ's Interstate railroad bill.
The Commerce Committee which bas
heretofore been one of tbe most Important
and hardworking committees, will now bn
ulaened among the "ornamental" commit
tees. It It thought tbe appointment of a
prcial committee on rivers and harbors
will tend to Increase tbe appropriations for
Washington, Dec. 2J. Tennessee and
Ohio valley generally warmer and cloudy
weather who rain and snow, easterly winds
md falling barometer.
Lower Lake regions increasing clou.li-
less followed by northerly wind, veering
lo eastward. Nearly stationary tempera
ture, rising, followed by falling barome
:er. Upper Mississippi and Missouri valler
sloudy weather with anow; easterly winds,
with a slight rise In tbe temperature; fall
Cloudy weather, with mow, Indicated for
he Lake region and Upper Mississippi vaU
ey; rain in tbe Ohio valley on Mondav, In-
treating cloudiness fol lowed by snow aod
rain indicated for Middle Atlantic States
Boston, Deo. 22. Io the United State
tourt, tbe Jury In tbe Nlbb patent case,
rave a verdict for tbe defendant, City nf
Boston. Tbl lsanlraportantoaietQalloiile
tnd town using steam fire engine, as tb
fas tb first of series of sulU for the re
vvery of royalty on Nlbb valve, which
the jury was declared by It verdict to have
Oosue.n, X. Y., Deo. M Some tiros
agoJuo. P. K.v.ln ran away from Albaay
with tbe wi'e of John Boacb. 8be left her
bereved bHtband seven oblldren to console
him for hei abseuce, Mr. Boacb Initttuted a
suit aaa usi Kiviln for damage, aod ob
tained a Judgment. Subsequently be dli
eovci ed that hi wife and ber paramour
were living in Newburg, and secured an
execution against the person ot Kiviln on
tbe Judgement. B. B. Odell, who was
tben Sueriff of tbe county
AKIIKSTKD the DELINQUENT.
Kiviln was placed in th Newburg Jail,
and on glv n: bonds was admitted to tbe Jail
limit. He succeeded in convincing Judge
Brown tbat he v, as unable to satisfy the
Judgment and be was released. Now Boaub
bas brouitbt suit agalnit tbe sheriff, alleg
ing tnat tbe Newburg Jail l not a county
ail, and tbat in admitting Kiviln to It
limits he was technically cannlvlng at hi
escape. Judge Barnard at first oon-sulted
t e piulntiff, but on subsequent examina
tion delivered aud opinion tbat tbe
NON-fiCtr w8 IMPROPERLY ORAKTIO
and th.it there should be a new trial. Tbe
Newburg til Is hold not to be a county Jail,
and its use. in civil ease ii deolared to be
Uleiral. If Sheriff Odell loose ble case be
Intends to bring suit in lurn against (be
Cotiuty Supervisors, who held the New
burg Jail to be a County Jail and attached
liberties to It. Meanwhile Kiviln aad Mr.
Rosen appear to be bappy together. '
A Prudent le. .- .
Baitimokk, Md.. Dee. 51. Tb Sun '
R'uiie special says: "Tbe Pope be created
Aribt'taVip Glbboni delegate apoetelloto
preside at the Catholic Council at Baltimore
In November, l&M. Atehblihop Qlbboos
wiii virtually bold tbe rank of papal
legal-. ' ' The Sun note a letter from tbe
Ai ebb shop to Vicar-General McColgan.
The Archbishop expresses tbe opinion that
the business of the American prelate with
Pope Leo will he entirely finished by
:iinsiinAS. The Bishops bold seeslon al
ternate.) in tbe American college, and at
the college of the Propaganda. Tbe mat
ters li'usd with pontiucial representa
tives related entirely to ecclesiastical dis
cipline. Tue Irish question In America had
not nor would it be mentioned In the Con
ferni. Tue Archbishop sayai "The
Holy Ftther wtll not tend any admonition
to ibe Catholics of America oa the Irish
question. ' '
( apt. Moroni found Salll.
New York. Dec. 22. Tbe Jury In tbe
case of Capt. Jo.hau Slocum, maater of Ibe
ship "Northern Llgbt," charged with
cruel treatment of one of hit tailor named
Sluer rendered a verdict of guilty on the
first count ao'l not guilty on the second and
third couuts. Counsel for prisoner moved
for a new trial and tbat pending agreement
thereon Slocum be admitted to bail, wblcb
was granted by tbe court. Ball wa
fixed at tf.UOO. The three counU la tbe
indictment were; first, Imprisonment of
Sater without Justifiable cause, from
malice, hatred and revenge; Second, work
ins bim without sufficient food( Third,
beating and wounding htm. Oo the verdlot
rendered a fine of not exceeding $1,000 or
Imprisonment not exceeding 6 year or both
may be Imposed In tbe discretion conrt.
An Ereentrle Fartae.
Abhkvville. 0., Deo. 22. A few day
agoa v. ry acaltby farmer named Uarrl
Damood, who was to ecosntrto that be hid
every cent of bis money as soon as be ob
tained it, was taken suddenly sick of
apoplexv. Before be could tell any one
where the money was hidden he died.
After bis burial searob was made fer It
under bis bee-hives, and under each one
was found concealed a large amount of
raper money, tbe whole sum beiog tit,
000. Further search wa made by hit ion
In tbe b im aua discovered a ves.il oiled
wit n gold coin, amounting to $74,000. Ten
tlmuxind il ilc. is still to be accounted
Iron and Nleel.
Piiii.miki.piiu, Pa., Dec. 22. Secre
tary Swark, of tbe American Iron and Steel
Aociation, says prices of Iron and (teel
are about steady at this time, and a neces
sity for restriction of production seems to
be generally recognized by producers.
He Is Inclined to believe Ibere will be no
further depression. He has advice from
ail parts of tbo country to tbe effect tbat tbe
laborln? classes are yielding gracefullv to
the demands caused by tbe changed condi
tion! of tbe trade, and have come to an ap
preciation of the frtct tbat wages have not
declined In proportion to the fall in price
ot Iron and steel.
(liver aud Meat her.
Ci.NCiNN.vti, O., Dttc. 22. River eleven
feet two Inches; snowing bard. Dart
mouth, nine feet one. Marietta, seven feet
two. Irontoti, eight feet one. Parkers
burir, eleven feet eight. Charleston, five
feet one. Louisville, five feet ten. Evan
ville, five feet three. Hlnton two feel.
Jeuietirpd to be Heated.
Philadelphia, Ph.. Dec. 22.-Cbarle
Briggs, who was convicted on November
2, of murder in the first degree In causing
the death of his wife Miry Brlgg, by cut-
t ng her throa' with a razor, wat this morn
ing sentenced to be hanged.
F.ielit Yenra For Maraer.
Cincinnati. Dec. 22. A dispatch from
Versailles, Kv., say. Thornton Parry, who
whs Indicted for the murder of Mat. Mc
Lean, bit brmlier-ln-law, bat been found
gulty and sentenced to night years In tbe
11 i'l union in Wesrea.
Clinton, Mam.. Dec. '22 Two ihous-
and operators in the gingham mill have been
notified that on D cembcr 31st they will be
cut down in I heir wages. Tbe operator.
accept the situation without a murmur.
Over One Million Dollar.
Rt KitNGtiiN, !'., Deo. 22. The Ga
zette publishes, this afternoon, an accurate
hiuI coinplet-t description of the building
Improvement in Rurllugton during 1633.
It foots up over one million dollars.
Cli la on a "Irlke.
Troy, N. Y., Dec. 22. -About eighty
Kills employed in the collar factory of
Hetistis ,t Dusi iihur: struck tbl morning
sgalMit iho i eduction. Twenty-five per
cent, announced for Monday,
I ar Mm hie Horned.
Boston, Dec, 22. Tbe Cambridge borse
railway si allies are on fire. Likely to be a
total lost. From forty to fifty oar were
hunted ind one hundred bone saved.
Loss cannot at present be estimated.
iNtiiANAPot.is, Ind., Deo, 32. Mr.
Mary Kienier, living near thl city, wa
'mind murdered iu bed tbl morning at
o'clock. Andrew Karner, her husband,
has been arrested on suspicion.
Qlasoow, Deo. M. Tbe Anohor line
steamer Bolivia, while leaving at tbl port .
for New York last night, grounded lata
Clyde, and after fruitiest e ff ru by several
tug to haul her off her paMenters were
Ukea on board the tug and landed here.
Th vessel Is damaged, the tee being very
rengb during tbe night.
LONDotf , Dec. 22. The Time this morn
ing say it 1 understood tbat Sir Evelyn
Baring Carllib, representative at Cairo, has
telegraphed tbat be desires to oome to Eng
land to consult with tbe Uovernment ooa
earning Egyptian affaire.
Berlin, Deo. 22. All tbe mornlnf pa
pers advocate giving tbe Crown Prtoae a
grand reception on hi return to thi dry oa
Neufchatel. Dec. N. Elizabeth Clark,
eaptala of th Salvation Army, bat been rc
quested by the authorities u leavs the elty.
Lisbon, Deo. 22. There wa a etreng
hock of earthquake tbl morning.
New You, Dee. 22. Prudent Arthur
remained In hie room yesterday, receiving
oitljta few of the many caller.
JVlclene attacked tbe majority report. He
commented teverely upon eertaln act! of
the Democratic administration, at tb the
land grab, penitentiary tease, fee paid
lawyer emplovnd by tbe ttate, Ac, Cot.
Breaux and MaJ. Burke replied to -it on.
The former txplalued hi connection with
the land caiea before the United State u
preme court. Tbe latter tought to vindi
cate tbe McEnery administration against
Tb convention adjourned sine die. J
BeatevM oa a Reejnialtloa.
JorUN, Mo., Dec. 22. DeteoUve O.
W. Cole pasted through tbe city last eve
ning on tbe 'Frisco train, bavins In oharge
R. 8. Fuller and Joseph A'drioh, of Ga
lena, Eat., arretted nn a requisition from
the Oovernor ot Illinois, obarged with eh
tatntng money under false p ret uses, the
alleged offense hfylng been committed at
Culllnivtlle. The parties were accompanied
by W. F. Sapp, an attorney, who said the
affair had It origin In personal ma
lice. Tka Preeldeal.
N ew Yore, Deo. 23. President Arthur
did not arrive till a late hour thl morning.
Expect to be Joined by Secretary Frellsg.
hausen, and proceed to Philadelphia this
afternoon to Join tbe New England society
of tbat city at a banquet to-night.
A awiteksnaa Killed.
Memphis, Dec. 22.- While making up
a train at the Mississippi and Ten nest see
Railroad depot this morning, AI: Smith, a
brakeman. we Jostled from a ear sad
kiled. George Stoke, a brakeman, hid a
Capt. Gordon Baeelvea HI Unerdan.
Jersey Ciyy, Deo. 22. Capt. Gordon,
the child abductor, bas been sentenced to
five year Io State prison at hard labor and
to pay a fine of $1,000.
Fifteen horses were suffocated In s burn
log (table In New York to-ihy.
CATTLE - Recelota S.0O0; dulli
export 10 9010)7 00; aroou to choice
(hipping quoted at $7 75 OO 40; common
to fair $1 OOiaMi 00.
HOQS-Recelou 18.000 dnll and alow;
light at 14 mt5 60; routfb packing
o 00OJ M; heavy packing and ihippimc
6 tofatf 10. jj "
CATTLE Exporter W tdm TO; rood
to beavv Jo $5 75;W 25: lirbt to fair u tik
6 00;oommunto medium H 40.6 00; fair
to KoouuoioraaoMixM. tsu; toutbwett S3 73
a5 50; grass Texans 13 50, (5 00: lisrht ta
good Mockers ft 60 iJ 75; fair to tool feed
en $3 lirtH 25; common to choloe native
cow and neifers w uuv4 85; loallavrag ot
any kind t'i BOOS 00.
HOGS-ReoeiDt 4.578 head: shf omenta
8,686 head. Market unseUled. Pack
er selling atfo SOTcW 40 for rough mixed;
sou ouicner steady at So oo
SHEEP Common, medium and llghtSiva
1 10; fair to good 3 2503 60; prime 3
4 20; fair to good Texan fa T0
WH1EATrmiMi- QT k rhne
99: January 96 X: May I 06.
una ueoeraoer ; January ;
February 59 ; May 62.
OATS December 84; January Mi;
February 84X; May 88.
WHEAT December $1 02 b: vear
Tanuarv 1 08 .- P., h mire it AlUa
106; Havfl 11 KOI UK; March 1107 .
CORN-December 48 b; vear ; Jan-
lav 48K49K: Februarv o0k.7aft0.fc-! M.
OATS Deainber 80 M b: rear: Jan.
uarv 81 : Fehrnnrv Ub.- Mv 3hw
WHEAT December 11 lfe J.an.ri
81 18: February $1 10; May ST 30.
CORV Denemher AA: Jumn eK
February 69; May 69.
OATS December 40 H Jenuarv S6W;
February 43; Mav 44.
Caaatr? fradaea. '
BLTTHH Creamer? at 80V831 to 84dMA
tor seleotions, ssbad more in aimall way:
second at 26(326. Dairy at 34dfM
for choice to fancy, to 27 for (election;
lair 12016; low grade Srtvio. Poor to
choice near-by In pail evaio.
EGQS-Reeelpt 121 pkg. la better de
mand and (low at 94e. for good to choice
POULTRY Dressed, Spring chlekens
-email (2 0002 16: fair to choloe. $2 507 r3 75;
choice 8 26; Old ebickene Cocke $2(92 75;
mixed, $2 700)3 00; hen. $3 75;
turkevs, 1509 dozen ; aoool ding to size,
and dressed at 11 XWiao per lb.; dueks
$3 00(38 25; Geese WM.
w heat arrived quiet and and eors ta
arrived unchanged. Wheat steady; corn
to arrive quiet. Mark Lane Wheat dnll
and eorn dull. Country markets quiet.
California wheat to arrived declined Id.
Spot wheat dull ; Vo. 3 spring, 8 fid;
No. 8 spring, noce In market; Western
winter, 8 5d. Mixed wtera com dull
st Ie fid. Demand from Continent and
United Kingdom not much doing ta wheel