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DRESS 600DS DEPARTMENT
Popular : and : Eeliable : Cash
DRY GOODS HOUSE.
Grand :- Display :- of :- Gemiino -: Bargains!
We place on sale Monday niornins the following Great Barg-aius in Silks:
19 in all Bilk Changeable Surah at
11.00; would he cheap at $1.25.
2 2 -in all Silk Brocades in Black, 1100.
20 pieces 19-lu Colored Satin at 50c;
We also offer the best value in the Celebrated Ouinct Llack Silks ever shown
In this citv. Our Guaranteed Silk at $1.75 nnd $2 00 lias no equal in this
market- We ask a comparison of samples with anything in the country at the
5 rice. We have ho many bargains that it is impossible to give publicity to all.
ur ailyertiseraents are published for tbe benefit of purchasers who seek a relia
ble placetodea!, and whose orders and wants can be supplied with the greatest
passible security for lair treatment and satisfactory values for their investment.
VVe guarantee you better valne than any other house. New Lawns, Percales,
Ginghams and an endless variety of Wash Fabrics at attractive prices on Mon
day morning. We extecd a cordial invitation to every lady in the city to visit
our establishment and inspect our goods and prices. Samples mailed promp'ly
CHAS. It. STUART.
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
STOVES, -:- EANGES, -:- TEN,
Japanned 13erlin and -Agate "Ware,
Bhd Cages, Bath Tubs, Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Agent for Adams & Wettlake Oil. Gasoline and Gas toves, Detroit
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, Chilled Plows, Walking Cultivators,
Corn Shellers, Planters, Etc., Etc.
Uos. 27 & 33,
Paints, - Oils, - Tarnishes,
Brushes, Glass, Window Shades, Artist's Material, &c.
MAKE A SPECIALTY OF
Mouldings, Picture Frames, CAIR0' ILL-
7 Telephone No 103
Engravings and "Wall Papers.
CAIRO CITY LIVERY. FEED and
Commercial Av., let. 8th & 9th Sts.
Good Turnouts at Reasonable Rates.
tyilorses boarded unil well cured,
TELEPHONE NO. 133.
C. W. HEJNtDERS0jNt,
No. 194 Commercial Are.,
Sole Agent foi the Celebrated
RANGES & SNOVES,
Manufacturer and Dealer In
Tin, Copper and Sheet lion Work.
Builderi' Hardware and Carpenter' TooK Table
and Pocket Cutlery, best In the market. Rogera
Broa.' Plaled Kulvee. Forks and spoons. Granite
Iron Waro. Berlin Earthenware, Whto Mountain
Frecier! Water foolers, RnfrigKratorn, Clothes
Wringers, Crown Fluter-. St 'P Ladders, Garden
Implements, Goldea Star Oil Stoves-bet in the
world, Lumps of every desert Hon, K'.iin Oil,
Carpet Bweepcrs, P ather Duttem, Brooms, Vt in
(low Screen Wire Cloth, Full supply ol Fishing
The ahme at rock bottom prices.
Corner 12th and Commercial Avenue, Cairo, 111.
Telephone No. 11
Patrick T. McAlpine,
Made to t.rder.
8th St., bet. Ohio Levee & Commercial Ave.
OAIKO. - ILL
Eepalrinff neatly done at short notice.
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DAILY CAIRO "
20-in all Silk Rhadamire at $1.00.
10 pieces 21-in Uracado Satin, worth
20-in all Silk Gros Grain, extra good.
at $1.00; worth $1.25.
CLAEK & LOVETT,
What has Skepticism done for the world ?
Nothing but to surest doubts. It has evrn
BWstt'J that Klit'iunutlsm cannot bo cured,
bkepUclsin is m bad us Klit'imiiiiLsio.
What has Science done for the world ?
A (rood many thlnffs; for Instance, It has
shown that Kheuiuutisin. can be cured
It has shown that Neuralglacanbe got rid of.
Modern sclencehasproved that Rheumatism 1
a blood disease, und has provided Atulopimkgs
as the remedy which can completely cure It.
It haa proved that although the old doctor?
failed tooveruoine Neuralgia, Athlopiiorus can
reach It, and eradicate It from tho system.
It has proved that though these tormenting
diseases were 80 slow and obstinate, they can
be overcome In a little while by means of
Don't be skeptical. If you have any doubts as
to what Athi.ophokos can do, write to some of
those whom It has cured For instance, Rev. s.
K. Dennen, I). D., Pastor Third Congregational
Church, of New Haven, Conn., the Kev. W. p.
Corbit, pastor George sr. M. E. Church, of New
Haven, the Rev. J. E. ssearles. pastor Wlllettst,
SI. E. Church, New York city. .Mr.Brummell. the
well known candy manufacturer, of New York,
Ex-iov. Blgelow, of Connecticut, and many
others, equally well known.
If you cannot (ret AtnLOpnonos of yonr dnijrpst,
we will send It express paid, on receipt of rutfulur
price one dollar per Ivtre. We prefer that you buy
it from your druiririNt, but if he liasu't it, do not I
reinuaded to try mmetUmg else, but order at once
front us as directed.
ATHLOPHOROS CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK.
miiiitimimmi ft ft mnmiiimitmi
Durham Is historic. It was neutral g-round
durlUK the armistice between Sherman and
Johnson. Soldiers of both armies filled
their pouches with the tobacco stored there,
and, after the surrender, marched home
ward. Boon orders came from East, West,
North and South, for " more of that elegant
tobacco." Then, ten men ran an unknown
factory. Now it employs 8U0 men, uses tho
pink and pick of the Goldeu Belt, and the
Durham liiill 1b the trade-mark of this, tho
boat tobacco In the world. Blackwell's Bull
Durham Smoking Tobacco has the latyeet
sale of any smoking tobacco In the world.
Why? Simply because It Is the bttt. All
dealers have it Trade-mark of the Bull.
LOOK OUT I
If he'dfone for a pack
age of Bla kwpl'a Bull
Durham Smoking To
bacco. as he was told, he
wouldn't have been
EIGHT FATHOMS DEEP.
The Steamor Daniel Stelnmann
Strikes a Reef and Goes
to the Bottom.
Of One-Hundred and Thirty-three Souli
on Board, But Eleven Were
List of Names of Those Who Periahed
Another Steamer Beached near Hali
faxThe Wreck of the Alba.
Halifax., N. S., April 5. The Daniel
Stelnmann of the White Cross Line, which
sailed from Antwerp on March 20, under
command of Captain Von Schoonhoven,
drove on the ledge of rocks known as
'The Sisters" at ten o'clock Thursday
night. She Immediately backed off and
sank In fifty feet of water. A dense fog
was prevailing at tho time. The light
house keeper on Sumbro Island heard
her whistle as she was golns down, and
saw her signals of distress, bul
the sudden storm which sprung up
prevented any one from going to hei
rescue. As soon as the report of the
disaster reached this city two tugs were
sent to her rescue by Messrs. Chlnlan
Bros., but the rough weather prevented
them rendering her any assistance. There
were 133 souls aboard at the time the
steamer sank. At daylight Friday morn
ing a fisherman named Oilkie launched a
life-boat and brought off the captain, Von
Schoonhoven, and a boy, who were in the
rigging. Nine other persons are known
to have been saved. Full details of the
disaster cannot be obtained at present.
The weather is still stormy and tho sea
so rough that no tugs dare approach the
The Stcinman was built In 1873 for S.
Meier & Co. of Antwerp, for the Balti
more trade, and subsequently sold to the
White Cross Line. She was 227 feet long,
thirty-four feet beam and twenty-five feet
deep. She was worth about 8100,000 and
fully insured. Captain Von Schoonho
ven had commanded hertwo years. There
is no list of passencers at the agency of
the Hue in New York, but it is known that
nearly all of them were steerage. As
soon as the storm subsides an effort will
be made to reach her and save part of
NAME OK THE PASSENGERS.
The following are the names of the
passengers on the wrecked steamer Daniel
Buchhartz, of Aachen.
Bichten, of Dusseldorf.
Hoos, of Nuretnburg.
Floeckenstein, of Henrichsthal.
Faeth, of Weibensbruuu.
Moller, of Dortmund.
Hebel, of Dortmund.
A family of eight persons by the name
of Ileckeuhausen from Stofele.
Fuchs, of Koenlgbach.
Matthias and Nicholas Majors, of
F.iuil, of Dresden.
Clark, of New York.
Markham, of Hull.
l'otter, of Xiederhschstadt.
I.orenz, of Munster.
Van Ilmnme, of Bassevelde.
Didorenzo, of Italy.
tiampardella, of Italy.
Sacco, of Italy.
(Jesterreicher, of Waschanfeld.
Lorenz, of Uallen.
liOth, of Steinheim.
Treck, of Uengnau.
Horn, of F.sch.
Ounker, of Ksch.
Kyschen, of Mutfort.
Thill, of Mutfort.
Hcmmcr, of Golinzen.
Zing, of Gerlen.
Stoessel, of Woesen.
Hoffmann, of Dambach.
A family of eleven persons named Beng
gert, from Aannhule, Switzerland.
Schmidt, of Ileffeng'm.
Two families of seven persons uamed
Three persons named Muller, of Hoffen
gen. Keiwer, of Erenzen.
Wm. Franz and Marg. Franz, of Neidcr.
J. Oerger, of Unzhunt.
Bensfleld, of Ileffengen.
Schue, of Gihlorf.
Nelderman, of Neiderbueren.
Fisher, of Neuhofen.
Gotzjohs Ehrhardt and George Ehr
hard, of Bhnkenborn.
Rupprecht, of Ilolenbruun.
Krater, of Strasburg.
A family of six persons named Kranen
dock, and a family of seven persons
named Braveubor, from Hidderkird.
Stickel, of Guuterrhoff.
I'.oeder, of Wolferhof.
Alf, of Bluskastle.
Spirs, of Hofele.
Schoonhofen, Captain, and Lam Busse,
Genard, and Vick, subordinate olhcers.
THE SAILORS !
The total number of lost Is five officers,
thirty-three sailors and ninety-one pas
sengers. The Wreck of the Steinman.
New York, April 5. Mr. Edye, of tho
firm of French, Edye & Co., agents of tho
White Cross line, received the following
dispatch this morning:
Halifax, N. S., April 5. Cannot ap
proach the wreck by sea on account of
the storm. Have sent to the Captain by
land. Will wire further particulars.
Signed Chapman Bros.
Many Inquiries were made at tho office
of the company this morning by persons
claiming to have received information of
relatives and friends taking passage on
board the Ill-fated steamer from Antwerp.
General Frederick Kivgelg, a gentleman
directly representing the Company, in
formed all callers that no Information as
to the names of passengers or description
of cargo could be given until tho arrival
of the list and manifests which was ex
peeled by the first steamer arriving from
Europe, probably the Elbe. It to stated,
however, that the number of passengers
was ninety-three j sixteen of them for
Halifax, and tho others poor families
bound for tho Western States.
Alfred Lambeck, passenger agent of the
line, said that the faro of one of the pas
sengers, Mr. L. Both, had been prepaid bj
friends iu Chicago.
Another Steamer Beached.
Halifax, N. S., April 5. Tho steamei
Newcastlo City sailed from this port for
Boston yesterday morning during a thick
fog. She struck a shoal and knocked
several holes in her bottom. The Captain
attempted to return to Halifax but tho
water poured into the steamer so fast
that it becamo necessary to beach tho
steamer in order to save tho lives of the
passengers. Tho cargo in tho hold Is
probably considerably damaged by water,
but a number of cattle on board have not
It Was the Alba.
Lo.vuo.v, April 5. It Is learned that th
vessel which was wrecked off tho Shet
land Islands In Tuesday's gale, when thlr
ieeu oi tne crew and two passengers losi
their lives, was the Danish bark Alba
bound for Davis Straits.
" TJnder Which King-, BezonianP"
New York, April 5. When the Roose
velt Assembly Committee met yesterdaj
the room was decorated with a larg
number of diamond-bedizened, well
dressed gamblers and as many Interested
Follce Commissioners, Inspectors and
Captains. An effort was to be mad
to prove what everybody here
knows that the gamblers pay the polic
to protect them. Am ng those present
were Edward Luthy, who got rich back
ing seventy policy shops, and who made
a fierce light against Marcu3 Cicero Stan
ley; Al. Adams, whose gambling-house
in Thirty-second street was raided seven
times In two years; Daniel J. Bernstein,
the brother-in-law of Eph Simmonds,
of Kentucky State lottery fame.
Memoranda were exhibited that had been
captured in a raid on one of Bernstein's
policy-shops and in them were entries
like this: "Police money, Killllea, $10;
Murphy, 85; Washburn, 85; Killllea,
810." Killilea and Washburn were
police captains. There were also these
memoranda: "Gunner, 910; Berghold,
810; Mount, 348." Gunner, Berghold
and Mount are police captains. An
effort was made to get some of the
policy men to swear what these memo
randa meant. None of them would do so
on the ground that it might criminate
them. Ex-Judge Horace Kussell, Judge
Henry Hilton's son-in-law, appeared for
the po.ice. Not much progress was
made, but a lot of mighty Interesting
reading for New Yorkers was spread on
the minutes of the investigating commit
tee. Swallowing- a Hennery.
New York, April 5. Charles Pearsalls,
the Fulton Market flsh dealer, walked Into
Ross' restaurant yesterday afternoon to
eat the last installment of the sixty eggs
a day for live days that he contracted to
eat on a bet of 23. He began his task
last Monday, not on Tuesday, as was re
ported. He ate thirty this forenoon, and
the thirty this afternoon finished tho job
The thirty eggs weighed three and three
quarters pounds with the shells on. They
were boiled two aud a half
minutes, aud then dumped into
four glasses, holding about a
pint each. Young Pearsalls took off his
coat, rolled up his cuffs and proceeded to
to drink his eggs as he would so much
coffee. The first glassful disappeared in
five seconds, the second in seven seconds,
the third in eight seconds, and the fourth
in six seconds. There was nothing left
of the thirty eggs but their shells. Pear
salls lit a cigar and said he felt no Incon
venience, and that he would eat sixty
more eggs to-day just for good measure.
He lias bet $15 to 10 that he will eat
forty eggs at a sitting to-day.
Small-Pox in Charleston, 111.
Charleston, III., April 5. The small
pox alarm Is Increasing here. The rough
looking stranger who arrived here by the
Indianapolis & St. Louis, about two weeks
ago, with a bad case of small-pox, and
was cared for In tho old building near
town, died on Weduesday and was buried
last night. Physicians now announce that
Mr. Wilson, who came on the same train,
has tho same disease. This news causes
Baltimore, Md., April 5. The remains
of the late ex-United States Minister to
rem Partridge have arrived and will be
interred on Monday at Green Mount Cem
Cotton Mill Scorched.
Philadelphia, Pa., April 5. Flames
were discovered at 8:30 this morning in
tho drying-room of Seville Schofleld's
cotton and woollen mill at Manavuuk.
Tho damage was confined to the drying-
nouse, ine main oociy oi tne mill being
uninjured. Loss estimated at ? 10,000;
Another Powder Magaaina Explosion,
Ashland, Pa,, April 5. A terrible ex
plosion occurred this morning at the pow
der mills, located a few miles from here.
Mr. Yocum, foreman, was fatally Injured.
The'cnglncer saved himself by jumping in
to me creeK. .Loss, 10,0U0.
A Badly Wrecked Train.
Jackson, Miss., April 5. The Jackson
south-bound passenger train on the Chi
cago, St. Louis & New Orleans Railroad
was derailed near Duckbill. Several pas
sengers and two or three train men wero
badly injured. No ouo was killed. Tho
train was badly wrecked.
Three Richmond in the Field.
Cincinnati, O.. April 5. At the muni
cipal election to take place on Monday
next, three tickets will be placed in tho
Held. Tho Municipal Reformers have
made tip a ticket which they will ratify
Joseph Facrln. tho flftv-second victim of
tho riot, died last night. He was evi
dently a looker-on. He was once a prom
inent business man. und lav a nlfaanrf
Aurora, Ind., April 5. Fire broke out
In Freiburg & Workura's distillery this
morning at Petersburg, Ky. The dis
tillery was entirely destroyed, together
with three buildings belonging to tbe
Inn. Loss, I(0,000; iararanca not
REQUIESCAT IN PACE.
Duko of Albany Laid to
Rest In the Tomb of
The Grief of the Royal Mother Overcomes
Her fortitude Comforted by
England's Protest Against the Clause In thi
Treaty of Peace Between Chili
and Peru Answered.
London, April 5. The last sad rltca
over the remains of tho Duke of Albany
took place to-day when tho body was
placed In the royal vault at St. George's
Chapel at Windsor. The ceremony of in
terment was entirely private. Largo
crowds gathered In the vicinity of the
Castle early this morning In hopes of be
ing able to take part In the ceremony.
Upon being Informed that it was the wish
of the royal family that no unusual dem
onstration take place the crowds remained
quiet and orderly with heads uncovered.
No attempt was made to gain entrance to
the ground or chapel.
The Queen bore her grief with fortl
tude, yet weeping freely, and finally broke
down when the coffin was placed In the
Tho Princess Beatrice and ladies in
waiting endeavored to comfort her so far
as lay in their power, although themselves
almost prostrated with grief. The de
ceased Prince was very generally loved.
The Prince and Princess of Wales were
visibly overcome with grief, while the
children sobbed audibly.
At Windsor, the whole town is draped
In black. The tradesmen of the royal
household are most conspicuous by their
display of mourning emblems. The Cas
tle Hotel Is entirely closed for the day.
London, April 5. Negotiations be
tween England and Spain in regard to the
proposed new commercial treaty have j
ended. The Spanish Government refuses
to submit the provisional treaty to the ,
Cortes before the adjournment in July,
although England offered to submit the
modus Vivendi to Parliament.
reply to England's protest.
Panama, March 27. The Peruvian
Minister of Foreign Affairs, replying to
to the protest of Enuland airainst the
clause In the treaty of peace between
Chill and Peru, ceding the nitrate and
guano beds to Chili, which England
claimed as a cuarantv for the navment
of the Peruvian debt, says In sub
stance that Peru, when negotiating
the treaty, acted In virtue o! the
right she possessed of self-government,
a right acknowledged from tho
moment of her independence by all na
tions, and she cannot consent to any for
eign interference without wounding her
rights as a sovereign and independent
State, and without abdicating or jeopard
izing those prerogatives which she has
always respected in other nations; so that
she has not consulted, nor does she con
sider herself obliged to consult
with them regarding her treat
ies, lest she might endanger
the basis of her own proper existence.
The debts originated from loans effected
with private parlies, regarding whose na
tionality the Government never thought
proper to inquire, as those debts have
never assumed an international char
acter. Although they may now be partly
held in English hands, yet at any time
they may be transferred to persons of
any other nationality. Peru owes noth
ing to England ns a government or state,
and consequently the loans referred
to cannot be made a subject of
diplomatic interference. It Is a mat
ter of public notoriety that for four
years past the mortgaged property has
not been in the possession of Peru, yet
during that time cargoes of nitrate and
guano from the property have been sold
in foreign ports without a protest on the ;
part oi tho nations now making the pro
test, although Peru sought to embargo
those cargoes abroad. If, after the war,
feru round nersell obliged to sacrifice
property constituting a mortgage, she
has so proceeded for her own preserva
tion, which Is the first and most Impera
tive duty of a State.
London, April 5. The cholera has ap
peared In Cochin China. Precautions
against its spreading are being taken.
Berlin, April 5. Tho Tayrblatt says
that tho Czar and Emperor William will
meet at Kiel during the latter part oi
Madrid, April 5. Tho bombshells dis
covered yesterday under the flooring In a
house in the suburbs have been there two
Cincinnati, O., April 5. Atthe annual
meeting of the Saloon-Keepers' Associa
tion, a long discussion on the course to
be pursued In reference to the spring
election resulted in a declaration to sup
port George Richards, the Republican
candidate for clerk of the Police Court.
A resolution was adopted condemning
the present Legislature from beginning
to end for its action on the Scott law and
graded tax law, both of which) the asso
ciation condemned. It was stated that
nearly SOU saloon-keepers have not paid
tho Scott law tax for tho last year and
have not been molested.
DEMOCRATS SHOOK DICE.
The Way They Settle Election Disputes
at Boonvllie, Xo.
Boonville, Mo , April S. A novel way
of settling an election dispute was prac
ticed In Boonville last night. Four Dem
ocratic candidates tor City Marshal were
In the Held against one Republican. The
Democrats shook dice to see who would
run, and R. F. O'Brien was the lucky
man. The other three withdrew In his
favor. James Mitchell Is tho Republic!
nominee. The election oocur next Tues
Mary Anderson Is so III that she will
not be able to play to-night.
The steamer Waldenslan, Liverpool to
Boston, arrived to-day at St. John's, N. F.
The Pelican Cotton Mills, Shreveport,
La., burned this morning. Loss, 30,000;
Insured for 11,500. ,
Manager McCaull has sworn out a waN
rant to restrain Gustave Araberg from
producing "The Beggar Student."
Charles Fuerstenaw's furniture f actor j
and several other bnlldlngs burned down
at East Saginaw, Mich., this morning.
Two Democratic State Conventions
have been called in Georgia, June 18, and
August 18. Tho former will select dele
gates to Chicago and the latter will nomi
nate State officers and Presidential elect
ors. John Young, a Chicago man, died In a
Philadelphia hospital to-day from the ef
fects of an operation to extract a knife
blade from his skull. lie said Valentino
Dooncr Inflicted the wound three months
She Had Eloped.
Sedalli, Mo., April 5. The missing
Miss Mary Rhodes, daughter of L. B.
Rhodes, of East Sedalla, about which
there was much excitement yesterday,
was heard from this morning. She had
eloped with Frank Alcom, and they were
married In Marshal.
Mapleson Cancels Hia Cincinnati Date.
Cincinnati, O., April 5. Manager Fen
nessy, of Ileuck's new opera house, re
celved a dispatch from Colonel Mapleson
early this morning from Omaha, annouc
Ing that on account of the riot he had
canceled his engagement for next week.
This is his second cancellation at
KILLED ONE OP THE FAMILY.
The Work of Three Robbers in a Michi
Dbtroit, Mien., April 5. At Harris
vllle, Alcona County, in the northwestern
part of this State, three masked robbers
last night entered the house of Carl
Schultz, killed a son and beat the father,
mother and daughter Into a state of in
sensibility, and secured 3,000 In German
A Bastardly Outrage.
Rising Svx, Lnd., April 5. Tho house
of John Smith, a wealthy retired gentle
man, was entered by two masked men at
midnight. Smith refused to reveal the
hiding-place of several thousand dollars,
when the men built a fire and hung Smith
over it until he was nearly roasted to
death. They then beat him until thej
thought he was dead, and then decamped.
Smith is still living. Two hundred citi
zens are searchiug for the men.
A Bir Strike Feared.
Pittsburgh, Pa., April 5. The third
pool of coal operators, at their meet
ing yesterday afternoon, decided to de
mand a three cent basis. This makes a
reduction of one-fourth cent, and will
probably be followed by tho operators
in other pools. It Is feared that this ac
tion on the part of the operators will
precipitate the whole river district In an
m The Carpenters Back Down.
Troy, N. Y., April 5. Tho Union can
penters who struck, demanding that only
nnion men be employed, have withdrawn
their demand, the builders having ro
fused to accede.
Grain and Provisions.
BATCBDA7, APRIL 5, 1884.
ST. LOUIS. '
c-OTTON-Steadyt middling, H!tUKo.
Flour Steady: XIX to Choico. aa.7Uiiil.TS;
WHRAT-Wouk and lower: No. 2. Red, $1.06;
No. 3 Hed, 8UUUSC.
CORN-Steady: No. 2 mUod, WHQ6o;
No. 8 white mixed, 53c.
Oats Firmer; No. a, 33Q35UC
Rvs-Steady; No. S, Site.
Tobacco Firm; ,uga. common to choice
IS., iki 10.00; leaf; common red leaf, as.wa
10.00; m odium to (food $13.501T.S0.
HAV-Prairto $tf.so10.0() for prime; II0J5
310.50 for choice: mixed IHXiU for common
to prime: timothy lan for prime to fancy.
Buttsr Steady: choice to fancy creamory.
3;)o: dairy, (rood to choice. 2527o;
and 28(330c forsoloct; low grades nominal.
Eons Weak at 14c.
Potatous Fair selling demand for ohofoe;
common dull. Eastern peerless iodftiJc; Bur
banks 42HQ44o; rose tiro; Northern, pecrtoM
and rose 3.l0c; Uuke 35Q39o; Illinois and
PouK-Lower; standard mess, $16.50; hard
Lard Steady: prlmo steam, nominal at
ACOH-Long-s. 9Hc; shorts. 9Xo; clcarrib,
Woot Tub-washed choice. SIMWo: com
mon, 283t)c: unwashed.medlum, ZH&SHic; low
and coarse grades, lmijltfo.
Hides Steady; dry Hint, lPo; damaged,
I Do; bulls or ttags. lOlfffil lc; dry salted. 13c;
dry-Mlied, damaKod, 11c; kip and calf, salted,
DHo; damaged, 7o; bulls and stags, 6c;
green, unoured, 8o; damaged, 60.
8hssp PsLTS-Steady; green, 80c&$1.00; dry
do,4O70o., as to amount and quality of wool:
green shearings, iiOt&JOo; dry do, 10$3Jo.
Whiat Lower: April, 77Ko; May, 82c:
Juno, 83 e; July, Mo.
Corn Lowor; April 44o: May, 51c: Juno.
51c; July, 53c ; August, 64Ho.
OATS-Lower; April ZJo; May, 81o;
Juno, SSo; July, 3io.
PoHK-Pirmer; May, 16.35; Juno, 118.45;
Lard Stronger; May, 18.474; June, $8,574:
Short Kins-May, $3.40; Juno, 8.474.
Whkat Lower; No. 8 Bed, May, 08Vo:
June, 9Bo; July. $1.(10.
Corn Lower; May, 57o; Juno, 58o; July,
Oats Wenk and lower; Western, 86Va42c.
r Provisions Pork-Qulot; spot mess, $ltU0
Q IS. 75.
Lard Dull and weak: steam, $8.0008.33. ,
Live Stock Markets.
Rons Receipts, 4,1500: quiet, steady and
"nohajfi u,rnt .:; rough packing
$5. ,5416.15; heavy paokingand shipping $tl.a)
Cattt.S Receipts, 1,800; strong; ex
ports $6.00(36.80; good to choloe, $5.8
6.00; common to fair, tA.OO&5.50.
SncKP Receipts, 3,(00; unchanged; cor
mon to choice, $3.50448.20.
CATTM-Stoady; extra steers, $.40i3S.70: fair
to good, S:WiiJX; mixed butchers', $4.7048
S.45; stockers, $4.W5..
Siibsp Steady; fair to-good Wftirtern theep,
$5.0006.80; obotoe to fancy, $5.W0&tfi foo4
Western lambs, $. 0037.00.
Hons Strong; light to good Yorkers,
$8.7507.00; good medium weights, $7JOd7JE6;
Bigs, $M66.00. ,
CATTLt-fleoelptj, 1,100: market flnmr.
Katrrs itosrs of 1.040 to 1,41s lbs. arei
aga $5.0004. NO; itookers and (seders, $4.40
frUS; sows, $ktA4.40.
Boos-ltscsipts ,: market weak atUO
Ms lowr; lota of 1T0 to S lbs Average
$lMt STH: uaialy $i.MOS..
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