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   Fort Wayne News, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1901, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               Twenty-Eighth Year. THE FORT WAYNE NEWS. WEDNESDAY Custom Tailoring. SEPTEMBER 4, 1901. The New Fall styles are here and its.'a showing; we are mighty proud of. Be- yond any line we have ever shown. Every new fabric in Suitings and Trowserings is here. Over two hundred sam- ples to select from. Suits to order from to Fit and workmanship fully guaranteed or no sale. ABOUT OVER. INDICATIONS THAT TIIK STK STRIKE'18 ABOUT TO COLL.M'FR MANY RESUME WORK EXPECTED TlfAT Olt X. l-j TlillB .MEN" WILL M'KEESPORT QUITS VAYOK BLAOK HAS ISSUED A I'ROC LA'JI'ATIOX UHCIIXU XOX- IXTEHKKHK.NCR. CAN WE HUVE YOUR MEASURE? PHIEY CO. Honey! floney! Money! AT REDUCED RATES. _ The Tii-State Milling and Loan Asso- Raliuu has reduced its rales to borrowers. This makes the Tri-Sfate plan the. ,'Iieapest installment plan in the elate. You Cannot Afford to Borrow COT AiXY OTHER PIAX. Call nt Office for Full Particulars. INVESTMENT. Interest paid on'auy nmounfc dcpositcj Kith the Association if left 00 days. TBI-STATE BUILDING AND LOANASS'N. Q. W. PIX1E1T. I'res't. C. A. WILDING. Scc'y. Dr. Bulson OFFICE AHO 33 WAYNE STREET, FT.WAYNE. LIMITED TO DISEASES PH., irVpt. here to-day say il, ia ht-i-inning a settle cunviYitfin Unit. tin. grral steel slriki! abo'Jt UVIT. illl.I il i> Moil Iny Hint lifl.wi-ra and men will'l-i! ill mirfc in ihe Xationiil Tub ikinl. Sept. 4. The Mriki iiTiililimii, are nml lien ilii. .yudieatc, al ijciiiluioiit, will Ic .'.vi week for London. Tht-y will go inlerest capital in ihe organization ol 2 companies to handle oil from Texas, id arrange for tr.'.ns] orlation uf pro- lel. Tr.VXB TAKES CARBOLIC DEAD IS TITC KA1JW. DANCED TO DEATH. senl, the prisoner, justice of the :ce, UK; deputy sheriff and a. stenogra- pher. Nutter waived examination and was bound over under n bond of 'I'he trial was held secrelly fo prevent a FOUR YEARS FOR KIDNAPPING. Russell Yotk Will Serve a Long Sen- tence for Stealing a Bride. Gil., Sonf. sc.il.onco of Jam years lins imposed on HUB- sell York, aged 20, wild tlnpcil ujili tlic Ifi-ycar-old daughter of Joscpli Caniji- liell. Tlic girl's fi'.llu-r against liim for kidnapping. York's fullicr wa? ml guilty of aidini; ,01, at. tcnilit fo break jail, has nnl liccn senloiiccd. CIIAS. DUM. 'KVKH.M, DEATHS cLEu -AS qccuuiiiN'c; S'ESTElilUl'. WILL BRING PEACE A VS.KA FOR TIIE MAX CHAKCIKD WHO J A DOCTOR'S STORY I.OXC LIST 01.' KJXDLY ACTS 0 CITARITV TOWARDS THE CUNNINGHAM ALIVE. lOLKC.'HAil ANNOUNCING DEATH SENT BY SWUWI.KH. OK SEXSATIOXAT, HEATH or A TOUT .MAX AT LITTLE ROCK IS IIAI'm.Y I.ITIT.K .liOCK, Ark., Soiit. il UK: bokly of .lolm CiMininyliaiii in lliin onnl (clrgrnni vp- by Undertaker; Illinois plant this morning. HAK, NOSE IzS ADJUSTED; DO YOU WAKT If so. call on us. We eaii gel MONEY you money on furniture, pi- anos, hor.irs, wagons, carnages, MOXICY etc., and leave the properly in your possession. Payments ar- MOXKY .ranged on the monthly install- ment plan, or to suit your con- MONEY venience. All business confi- dential. 1ft. Wayne Mortgage MONTEY Lonn Co., Opposite Court House, Second floor, 44 Cal- MONEY hoan-St., over Mergentheim's Store. HOLD-UP IN ARKANSAS. Cotton Belt Trtin Stopped Express Car Robbed. TEXARlv.VXA. Te.v., Sepl. Sheriir .lames lioehelle followed hy a sso of fifly men. left here at 1 o'cloek who held ICylan, live The oullaws are km, phur river boltom n Louisiana line. II from the railroad Ihe i io IIP in llio Siil fownnl tli 'n'l {isocrlnino iiifnini stolen frnii he c.vpiess ear, hut il. is ihouulil each into the thousands of dollars. T were tinharmeil. The Iniiu was llngyed by one of Ihe n red this m Monday evening Mrs. Jesse Bm> i, of Cuss slreel, received a lelegiiun n Lilllo Rock, Ark., signed hy .1. rainio, stating that her brother, John bad died suddenly. Thft egram convi'iiiimlly a-kcil that 473 he .'legraphed to him without delay. Mrs. Hrosins sbecked ill llie news 'ceived and immediately went to the home of her father, .Michael Cunningham, at Wrsl Third slreel, and brokt! Uic lews (o him. The family was shocked al the news. Mr. Cunningham immediately railed.upon Former SherilV at hin unllerlaking parlors lo malic arrange- ments with him (o secure an uiidertakei at Little ftock, Ark., lo lake charge of the remains and have (hem shipped home. This morning Klaehn A- Melohing re- PciveJ Ihe. l.legr.un from Little Rock de- luilinj Ihe fart I hat the body of -.nnningliam ronlrl not be found. before noon fo-day Mrs. Lrosins a IHi'jniiil from her brother. f.-uiiiiingham, uho had heen repoii- S, Sept. cily s dead broke. Comjilroller niusl borrow hy October I to pav Ihe current debls of the city. The council finance committee discovered lo-day Unit thin will evceed Hie consiiliitional debf and the people .holding elnimb Ihns cily will have Ir..wait prob- ably for months for their money. JJKKD OF A BRAVE WOMAN. AXniiKSON', Ind.', Mrs. L. R. JJndley, wife of the suporin- jiiilunt of the printing depaitmcnl of he box faclory, rcltmied home from a 's at 10 o'elnek last night she d a burglar in an upper room of the. hou.'c. He pointed a revolver at her i.nd demanded money. She. told him ihe wonjd get il ami went into anolhcr room and returned -.vitll a revolver. Ihe aiiglar si ruck her on the head, knoi-king ler .senseless. J.fe gaged and tied her lo Ihe tiair rail, and look her poekctbook, When her husband came ionic he heard her "roans., and after re- easing her he called the police. Mrs.' Lindley says llie burglar is (he same man she f-hnf. last winter while he was Irv- ng lo gel into the house. FARM 1IAXD ENDS LIFE. CRAWFOUDSVILLK lud, Sept. -L- PHTBinjOT M'KIXLKY 0001) OFFICES OF GO TEXUEKS WILL BE W.AD TO KKSTOKH 11A1'- SOUTH l WAHUJXGTOX, Sepl. ilepartmenl undo formal announcement this afternoon that Secretary Hay on Au- gust 2-1 had made a lender of ihe good i Ihe United Stains to the Co- and Venezuelan governments to bring nlmul a peaceful issue, of lhc mis- miderslanding between these neighboring A dispatch received lo-day from Pres- ident Castro of Venezuela formallv ac- knowledged the secretary's tender and explained that Ihc llirciilened war'was wholly Ihe result of failure on Ihc part of Colombia lo preserve nn allilllde of friendly neutrality. Lafe lo-nighf a response Colombia. While ils conlciils obtainable the slalemeul: is made Unit it is .or.cilialory in characlcr and expresses an earnest wiaii I hat war wilh Venez- uela" may he avoided. Such a result, it from BRAVE GIRL RISKS LIFE. She Saves Three Children From Burn- ing Farm House. PAXA. liL Sepl. ab- M'lit-c, fiimi lioinc; nf Lincoln Trice, a. IIol- liiu f.nmcr, IIK bunso eaught fire nnd H.Lilly de..-imyed. ThiTft vniiiill c.bildron were when Ihe fire, wiis discovered by Xollic. (he old daughter. Al. the. of her life sho dashed inlo flic, burning building Ihrne times and succeeded in carrying out the unconscious children. The roof fell In before she rcappearcjd with flic last, llu? thildien, but neigliboin ro.icnrfl Inilli (he horninn and her buivk-n. Xo jiavl of ihn contents (if (he bonne wns M'KINLEY AND ROOSEVELT. President Will be Vice- Prealdent ia Pleased. ini'iits liavo Ijooii made lor police nnd mil. ihiry of I'rnsidoni. wliilo al: tin; Pjm-Aniciionn. llo will In; without. ov fipf-rct. spr- vio.> mini wliilo on (lie grounds or al H Alurl'od ciisj Una mornijiir, ty wilh Iiis Iron 1 1. in dliH Chic.ign. lurs, who forced ihc nn-iiuin (u lini ind the. mail ca md returning, forced the iMijjiiiwrto in tht' iiianaijoniniil of ihc. O-ic of the robbers who, it appears, an exjierL nin I ma and cars ;i mile from ti point whore Ihr first inadi' an forced (ho express lo open h ear. The robbers I hen Mew npcn th -safa with Jyinimite. The .snnf Veleuli-d'for I wa well iidijntcd for Ihc work. it. is ver wild and Uniiu-ml. .Mr. A. I'iekiinl has relumed from nn onlin.-; al Roini! Cily. THE DONKEY STRIKE.. Indiana Labor Commissioners Seeking to Arbitrate the Hammond Trouble. Sepl. and 1.. I1. Mtiormiek, labor <-om- of Indiana, arrived in 11 to-day they will -udeavor lo adjust. Ihc- controveiiy hc- tween Ihe. Conkey company and its striking cmployc-i. If'the inter- -sled refuse lo accept I hi; services of the -laic hoard it is said that Hie laller will lake an indrpcndenl investigation and submit a report lo the governor. While the finding will not he partial lo either side, the moral eH'ecl is expected lo bring about, a selth-ineut of some kind. Veslerday was pay day al, the Dinkey many of the strikers hatl one day's wages coming lo them. During the afternoon they appeared ill. the oflire of the company .and received lln-ir money. A of Ihe sinking hindery girls remained in Ihe neighborhood until n o'clock, when they talked with several of (lie iion-nni'inittts nnd urged them to ipiit wr.rk, -While willing-Cor (ho. le stated in ihe, lelcgi-.iin that lie was alive, and well and had not even men sick. He knew nothing of the ;ram sent to his sisler, ami with Ihe aid .1" ollir-r-rs li.nl nor. been able lo lo.-ale Ihe fender. The information in ihe sensational Icle- (lam sent, to this r-ity was given lo .Mr. .'iiiihiiigham by Ihe officers at l.itlk' lock. found him at work" and in cry computable circumstances. The. news from l.iltlc Reck is cheerful 'cws In ihe. family. They had been in lonrning for I wo davs. DEATH OF MISS THOBURN. Another American Missionary Dies of Cholera in India. YORK, Sepl. L. cording i-cci-clary of the .Missionary icly of the Melhodist Episcopal church, as received a c.ihiegiaii, from Lncknow, ailia. aimcmuHiiK- Ihe clcalh there of Aliss :ahclla -llid.uin, prc-Mdenl. (he G.l- for Uonic-u and (lirls at l.nckllow. 'he- i-alili.gr.iiu was dale.l Sepl. 1 and as very brief. II merely announced lal Miss Tlmbnni of Iis  thirty-two years since. She as home for a short period only a. short ne ago and rcliivncd In her alKiul. year ago. is.uncertain jnsl when .Mits Tho- irn's 'death Seetelary aldwin. "Owing jo (he dilTcrenco in ne wo- think il. look, place on the ilny n c.iljleghun vas I'll......is Bonnell, a farmer near this cily, liscovcred the dead body of his helper Villiam Xorlb. in bis barn loft. lie had Xorlh had gone on a. visit lo lis rclalives al Oxford, Ohio, ii week go. Instead Nijillc had 'jiinu, lo the mra loft, drunk carbolic acid and laid down lo die. Hats had oaicn n part of the body when it was discovered. WRISTS AND Til-ROM'. IIROOKVLLLE, Ind., Sept. J._J.ast ght .John E. Miller, unmarried, 33 yeavs of age. slashed hofh his" wrists and cut his throat wilh i.is razor. He then walked out of his mom and across a hall and knocked on the door of a room occupied by bis Iwc, sisters, when he fell to the floor and expired. He left a nofe. as follows: "Yonug men, take warning from drink. This is lhc circcl." DA-XCEI) TO MATH. LAl'ORTE, Ind., Sept. Heck- or, aged 2-t, danced himself lo death at the home, of'.foh Raylander near here. The excitement and overexcrtion of eight lours' dancing proved loo much, and within nn hour afler Ihe music had died away for the farewell wallz Becker was. corpse. lie was found dead a short ime afler reacliinn; his home Ibis mom- The coroner held an and was Unit Becker had danced himself lo dcalli. THIEVES Flf.'MT WITH S11IODII-T. MAKIOX, Ind., Sept. F. Xorris and -Claude Xorris were arrpslcn asl. night; charged wilh having stolen 270 pounds of copper wire, the property of Ihe Indiana Pipe- Lino company. The men, wilh Ihe aid of a ladder, tolv clown Ihe telegraph line of the conip.inv for more (ban a mile, cloinf; their work al niyhf.' There were in Ihe act and a message was sent to Shcrifl" Bradford, bat so- laic thai, they could not he lo- The iil.iee where the wire was 1, however, was discovered, and Ihe slieriil' and several deputies watched these places. Last night the men re- led (o one. of the piles, which was be- ing covered by only two men, and when an aliempt was made lo arrest them a land-fo-hanc! conflict came near being the end of one of the deputies. One of lift men got away, but was later found ind arrcsled. The men arc Ihought lo te the ones who stole- about a mile and half of wire from the Home Telephone company between heift anil Wabash. The wire which is worlh Ifi cents per pound, was to hnve t.ccn disposed of at Elwood. XO CLEW TO BUKOLAIJS. KOKOMO, Tncl., fept. Doflcrer, who was assaulted and shot Monday at midnight by :t Rang of eight robbers in his home-, six. miles from here died this morning. Dotlerer and wife t labor clay in Ibis city, and white, here sold their land for wliich Ihey re- eeivoc'i in part payment. II is thought burglars were afler this money. There is not, the slightest, clew to Ihe idelllify of the assailants. cl. lo Ihe people of Colombia. Col- ibia, if. is slaled stands ready lo accept friendly intervention of the United HIS HOME A HOSPITAL ALiXY 1WIEXDLESS Sill1 KBHEKS VtERZ TAKKy IX A.ND JIADK COJIFOJiTAllIJi J Uic Editor of tlii; 11 is very scjjlom Hint any two pcopl are found, that have been, so ready help those that, needed help as ha Charles Dunn and his wife. Many ye.irs ago Ihey look to their home to care for a Mrs. SjirajriK-, n poor sick widow who had no home or the noucy fo pay for her hoard, or care. They gnvn her a home, and I. Iricd Ic, (rent, her ml could not  f :i commission wilh power to adjust nnl arrange their differences. Secretary Hay's message directed the minii.lei'.s lo inform fhe foreign secreta- ries of Venezuela, and Colombia of the distress wilh which the picsielcllt had heard oi the likelihood of a disturbance of lhc relations between (hope two ro- 'huriibusco, and he ofi-ered to treat he. if Mr. Dunn would pay; him for his visi's Ii to her every day. When nol ajsnrccl of bis pay, he said she would die- anyho he would not come again. Mr. Dm got mcdieiii-: for her, and paid for if, 'ar she yot -well! Jlr. Dunn's step-mother, an old Jncl; ;irl, hut missed her. Sho raised an ilarm and soon a posse was in pnrM.it of the negro. When they reached the scene; of the crime they' found Miss Wii- sou unconscious and terribly Ihs -'ace and about ihe head. The Inn-tea the negro lo his Jloinc where he was found in bed. savinr, 1C was sick. Tbe irl.idcnlineS him ami he was Ihcn lynvhcJ. Mis, Wjllsou is a plwu.iuu8 A DISGRUNTLED SPORTSMAN. Mr. Lawton Will Smash His Scow ia Bad Humor. lying. Lawlon's would-be Mender Independence, was taken (o South Boslon mouriiiirs this moinin.. lw. 1-i-ok-en up. Mr. Lawlon neUil in her will be 'designed groups. illustralinir incident, of his at' cmul uel. a race wilb the Vork club, and he will oiler prizes lo ir- isl-e and scubilors woild over for cst de-siyns. 'lain, Painted and Glazed Flower Pots. We have jiiat placed on sale 1000 'aintecl Flower Pols, only 4c. and He .uli. f.-fazed Flower 1'ots, 10 and loc each. Catla 2jc and .lilc each. Also full line, of 1'loin Flower PoU, 26 leh and up. WHITE FRUIT HOUSE. WILHELM APCHUN. IIIXKS13 KN'VOV APOLOGIZES TO JiMPEKOK. THJO KXPLOIl- KK, FOUM> KV PKMIY. uar, Sepl. .J.-Kaistr WHhAra cwivod 1'rihcc riinii, the head of the inoRc expiatory mission to-day. JJnron )n Uichlhofpii; Oennaii minifii'er of for- afiair-s. and tinperJal stall atfended. Advi-rliii-j to llio of iff ol UK; Uiu'lcil Sfaf.r.fl liriiij- L-xnitrd io cointio.se Hif: qucs- dinx-lcd io say jU-liilc Uic of tlii'; nl. witli liotli iinlioiH ;in? in- Nilp and fi-H-nilly :niil f'VL-iy f-V is liikcn to shniv I lie will IHMI- llirin, :in olV.'r uf Iln> Icindly oltid-s In.arniiij-c iliMViviiCM niiiy .-xisl: l.olwmi Columblii anu Vcncxiiclji would be vithoiii. nf Nevn-tlirlcKH, il liy (lie si'iifiim-lif? wliicli In :ili Ihf "nvoriniienls of (lie il'I sinciTi'ly dcnlore liiul HTCiLjvitli. Uieni, for n. large-niji-oiU tumor lliat'Couljd iiot'1 operated upon e.XL'upt (o sliorton licr lif fjlie dial, and tlieJi 3Irs. Dunn bernn insane. Pin: (Tuclarod lior mother wns nt ihwf, Mas ii'it hin-iod, for nbe licard IK falling In lime dcvcloiied nuuiiii. Her ease was tlic sixUi on n tin; family, iliree of whom ImJI con inilfed -suieidi'. OIL iiHjuiry iie foiiml fliis lo lie a faci Hud nut mure lhan one-third of are Feiii lo our slate insane asylum ever get woll; HO he lirouglit his wife t tlie eiiy, where she could Iiave cam nix heattiit'iiL lie npcded some one fo ear for her Mimuglt (he and he eouh fi M-h ..r ll'p alioi TOO QUICK FOR LYNCHERS. Only Four Peraons Present at Trial of Foster Nutter. OTTAWA, Ohio, Pepl. -I.-A ipifck piece-of work in (ho lino of court, pro- iiiRfi was accomplished yesterday ii Nntler, the assailnnl of Lil- HP Anna Place wns taken from jail IIPVP, placod in a paningp, and drivpn over Mio line inlo his home township for prplimi- iinr.v trial, Hut four pprsoivi wpro pily exist lhc world any action liy eil Iter of tlu-iu whir inniiicc the smutty ol1 irans across (he isthmus ur' the noutrjilify i its lorriiory and thereby ei.iiritr.iin tli "ovi-Miiiifiit. of ihc United Staled i.o voi lid.-r its i-e.-ponsihilifiw anil function-; un dcr exist treatv .enjjai-eiuenls l.'uloinbia. HiMior Pulido, Hie Vcui-xnclan. d'affiiires, lo-cliiy a of off eial iiinil from Caracas up lo about. An A letter   had hccn csi-nrteii :t special train to (he cupilal. An lust -2-1 hud been sel. for the propitiation Oredenliiilrf io Presidenl. O.istro, 'I'he pupcr.s Howcn ;i welcome. They also prinl witli favorable uoininenl a Icl.lr-r from I'lv.iiiknf JFcKhiley fo Presidenf, Castro aoknowl- the reeeinl. of notice ol Caslio's ohoiee on provisional president, ami ex- pressing hopes for a long of frigidly relations hrlween the United Slates and Vcneznrh. (7AKACAS, Venezuela, pepf. 1.- -The Kepiibliea, seini-oflleial organ of the gov- erniiK-nl, imblislmd fodiiy an inspired ar- tiele {'iidiiiir ns follows: The hour for notes has passed and lime for action 1ms nviived. Hi-' plomaey has laid before llie world Ihe "-4f. reasons ivhieh il ha-i had and has for risking compensation for the grirv- il. has sufl'eied.' Il'lins ill the means at its dfopofal for sel- threatening qucfllioiiR hffM-crn un- ion nml iintion. Wo have wailed long Mow is llie fhiie for lake c.ne of her af; night One old n' fn.'iifed her hadly, bntising her head anr.H and lit- found Lillie M'eipell a iimnle haii poor 'cnvc at lie: home. She mine i.o stay and watch Jlrs Dunn during the day. She was a kind hearlcd, faithful girl. Mr. Dunn had t lie and sonio. vears Inlcr v--a.s mairied and heeame a wnniiiii, S-nne few iears ayn she died in rily and was linncd. Mrs. Dunn, a ft or i.wo yeaiv' frcalireni. fairly well, but later trcuhlc.- luui a ft is almost, a (hat Mr. DIIIIII'A niental faculiies lave not tViled, under the t-aie if his wife. Who done umiv for lho-c vim needed help lhaa Dunn and .Sent. has beeji j-ceL-ivcd here that Lieutenant I'eaiy Jia.s found Sverdrup, tin- Swedish e.xplurer, who left for the north polo thnsij yrai-s ago. .on the ivestera coast of Greenland, it is believed that Sraxlriip., who sailed in the Fnuii, the ship that carried so far north, was impre- around Greciilrtiid; The re- 'l.....'''....... dnip would find Andre Komcwhere on the nisi const of Greenland. _. 'porlh.is-caused a great deal of anxiety here nimmg-fliosc who liojied Hint Svor- REPORTER HORSEWHIPPED. Irate Women Visit a Michigan Sinctum tnd Caitignte a Writer. NUJiS, -Mich., Sept. W. Hrover, who is employed by the' Xilcs Daily Sun, WHS terribly horse whipped 1-eFtenlay at f! a. m. at Hie office of lie Sun by Mrs. John Copp and Mrs. YV. Soofi. Tin': women were furious as o resuli of a newspaper ar- le which Ihev atfiihiife lo Grover, and hey nsi-d their r.iwliides wilh telling ef- oct. A iiMiiilx'i- uf {.ersiuiM noLicing (he war-" ike uf women as they passed Hie Ridels on their way to the oiliee, them and flic crowd hei-i'L-d blow a.fler blow wiis rained IMH drover. The woiiu-n Ijy Uieir i-oiliers looked on till the jonncr :id ilwir strenirlh. 'I'Jie police leniml in :in .ippriiraiu'ir, bul no aircsts made. (ruuhk- by an ar- clr on the character of soimi i-named parties. Copji fays iilay evening her sister Scott, was 'k at the JiOinc of the. foni'er, and that' le attended her in neglige costume. She iherc was no light in the siek room, L the door leading I0 tin- niljoinine mi was ajar, le.tfing in u flood of liglit. i the semi-darkness the- (inures could from the ii was later inicd. The .leserilM-tl the con- inii.S but Hint a man yjid wo- in wi-rc Jit ihi! room instead oi the two Dwhy iii-flie iViiijiu-Key with whir-h oilt- shafts h.ivc been aimed agailist peo- fhe lien: of late tllB ion of the won-i-ii is hy UiO 1'orf Wayne. O. AV. SHOOT AND BURN A NECRO. Members of an Alabama Mob Avenge Attack on a Young Girl. TltOV. Ala.. Vourne.y, lias Hill llillitird, a with Jfifa Wilson Irnve. wns shot and bis hndy burned y a' mob near the. scene of the rrime Wilson who is 10 or 17 yonr? of and the daughter nf Dr. Oanoll, lout 12 years of nge, won? on their wny n school at Chestnut. Orove, jnsl. jirross u- line in Coffee county, when they vevlnlien by (lie lie whose little ooinpnnion rnn awfiy. In- fired lin pistol at Ihe (leeinfi Michigan Lombard Plums. .-hipnn-nf rei.-ivc.i t-.-day. .Vies .flftck, in- ellldfd. hoice Apples, 10 and loc jivok, Onions fa Ib. Vino Celery, 20c Imnch. r.emon.-, 20c doxen. T'.-niry f.'alifoinin I'lnms Tolcay firajio? and Pemv. AnoiluT sliijiiueiii IV-nclins ill arrive.in the ntoniinu. FRUIT HOIJRM Chicago Grain Market. OilICAKO. Sept. following wrre Ilic af. the close of the market lo-day: September wheat, corn, 83; pork, HOi. Cafllo, siendy. to 10 cents hiuher.. 5fr. diaries llaiuia is al. .Cleveland. Fair lo-niab! anil jirnlialily sligbl elningc.'; in Ipwpemlnrp.   

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