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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - January 29, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPORT DAILY PHAROS 15TH YEAE WEDNESDAY EVENING 29 1890 NO 236 JOHN BRAYS On the Corsets Corner following Standard Dr Warners Coraline Tandem Good Luck Health Icrfecliou Waist Dr Bolls Knbo Corset Thompsons Glove Fitting Corset Diiploj Coraet Dr Warners Misses Corset Children Corset P S tho above excel lont brcinds of corsets are guaranteed in every partic I a r FURNITURE Prices the Lowest OUR DESIGNS flRB NEW None but tho bout workmanship al Ilow to leave our a ales room I IV Sons 302 IA ItODNE YSTHAIN BromlurHy el jphono Nu Calls Promptly flMenfltil to or FINE PERFUMES FOR THE HOLIDAYS PAR YINS 12th Street Drug Store Wanted rcsklnncc property on ens High cast North or Broadway street Price not to exceed Wnuteil residence on Spenr and Gcoree Prices vary from to Wnnted residence on west Spcarstreet Price not to exceed 31500 Wanted residence on Westside Price from 10 For sale desirable residences on east Broadway For sale desirable residence on cast North street For salo desirnble residences on the Westside For sale clienp two residences ou Ohio met For sale desirable residence at 802 street For sale lots in Westend addition on 3sv payrrcnts For sale 94 acres iu Enstend aud 35 acres in the Westend For trade farms for city property For trade city property for city prop erty or for farms For trade farms of all kiuds for mer chandise For trade orang5 grove iu Florida For particulars enquire of M M GORDON Pension nad Real Estate Agent Elliott Block Logansport Ind Xolice of Administratrix Sale of Per sonal Property Notice is herebv glron that I tlie unOor siKuexi administratrix of the estate of Leo pold A Smirb deceased will by order of the court sell nc private sale all the personal yropery of tho late Leopold A Smith con sisting of one lot of furniture one tot of lum ber in the yard and factory one lot of hard ware one lof ot paints oils nnd varnish cue WfCon together with ail the machinery line shutting pulley belting and tools used in the runnlns and operating of the fnniimre factory lately owned by snid Leopold A Smith also many other miscellaneous arielcs not herein mentioned Terms of amounts purchased under five dollars cash AH amounts pur fhaseci over flve onethird S cash onethird S in Ihreo mouths onethird i31 in six months deferred payments six per cent interest from date it not paid at maturity and to btsecured with approved se curity Uids irll received for said propertv orany part thereof up to 13 oclock noon on toe 1st day of S90 For further particulars inquire of Xtarv Smith administratrur at the furniture fac tory north of Eel river or of John W Jtc Uieevy at law office in the court house Dated this Jay of January A D 1890 MARY SMITH Administratrix of the estate of L A Smith deceased THAT DIKECT TAX The Bill to Refund the Cash Passes the Senate VEST MAKES A HJTHE PROTEST Only Seven Votes Jn the other Debute on the Aberdeen Eplsode Provisions of the Worllj Fair I51I1 Got Up by tho SubCommit Dressed Beef Inventigtitlou White House cellany 4 WASHINGTON CITY Jan senut yesterday passed the direct tax bill again this being the most important action taken so far this session Tho bill is the same as that passod in both houses last session and vetoed by President Cleveland Opposition was made by Vest but he only declared Ibis belief that it was unconstitutional and ut tcrly indefensible Vance moved to amem with a proposition to rafuntl the cotton tax but it was to 35 The bill was then to seven being Berry Blair Call Coke Plumb Vance rmcl Vest A memorial from Augusta Me was pre Bonted favoring New York as tho site for the Worlds fair and another by Chandler pray ing the establishment of a republican form of government in Mississippi The bill to relieve the United States treasurer from the amount now charged to him and deposited with the several states was passed The Eveilastlng Rnce Question Chandlers resolution relating to the Aber deen Miss incident then came one Gcorgo of Mississippi took the floor He de clared that the adoption ot the resolution would bo a serious infraction of tho consti tution und an encroachment on the rights ol the people of Mississippi He quoted decis ions of tho supreme court in support of his position and said there could bo no doubt lha decisions of the supreme court were to be relied the senate as a part of tho lawmaking power had no jurisdiction to pass a law to punish tho men who had corri mitted the outrages at Aberdeen The Indignity to Secretary Proctor George said that not only did he condemn the hanging in effigy of any respectable of flccr of the United States under any condi tions or provocations but in the case of Se retary Proctor there provocation for the insult He had never hoard from any southern Democrat any other comment on the conduct of Secretary Proctor for which that indignity had been attempted to be in fllctej upon him except lhat he had per formed a painful and delicate duty with con sideratiou to tho feelings tho prejudices even of tho pooplo of tho south Itlttoissiptii Eulogized George said the resolution sought to black en the name ami reputation of the people of Mississippi whom he eulogized in the high est terms instancing among other distin guished citizens of that state Jefferson Davis who had never betrayed his trust nor failed in the discharge of his full duty whether ho served tho United States or tho Confederacy He claimed in conclusion that the pending resolution was without any warrant in tho constitution that senators had sworn to support If the senate was to 50 on this crusade against the white people of Mississippi would it not be well he asked for tho senate to set an example to that de spairing people of an observance the con stitution Spooner Illuminates Matters Spooner said the resolution was not an as sumption thot tho senate could deal with crime in Mississippi nor that a law passed by congress would bo constitutional having that object in view Ho was not ready to admit however that in no circumstances would congress have tho right to legislate in that direction Tho north had no animosity against tbo south but tho hangingin cfflgy of Secretary 3roctor brought into tho sun light tho indifference to law and decency in the south of which the country had for many years occasion to complain As to Jefferson Davis Spoouer said he regretted that the senator from Mississippi George had felt called upon to prouriounce a eulogy on Jefferson Davis To pronounce a eulogy of him in he senate chamber would strike a harsh chord in the breast of millions of men throughout the north Tho people believed htvt Davis had sat in tho senate chamber dally and hourly betraying th9 highest trust ever reposed in man Citln Some Similar Cases George said that the hanging of Secretary Proctor in offlgy was not so great a crime as tho senator from Wisconsin would have it appear Recently President Harrison had wen hung in effigy in Indiana Butlor moved an amendment calling on he attorney general for the papers in the Dudley case and Call offered an amendment coiling for tho particulars of the hanging of President Harrison in effigy in Indiana and tho hanging o f President Cleveland in effigy n Kansas action was taken on these amendments and the whole matter went over Proceedings In the House A resoluticn was adopted by the house calling on tho attorney general for the num ber of suits instituted by the United States n cases of contract labor law violation A ill was passed making it necessary in the onso of dependent parent pension claims only to show that said parents have no means of support but manual labor The motion to reoonsider tho prisons bill was abled A bill was reported to provide for he issue of circulation to national banks equal to the par value of the deposited bonds There was a debate in which the bill was op osed by Anderson of Kansas Lane of Illi nois and othtsrs Cheadlo of Indiana sup xirted the bill and defended the banks Can ion of Illinois gave notice of a substitute e bill went over and the house adjourned PROPOSED WORLDS FAIR BILL features of the Measure the SubComrnit tee Has Completed WASHINGTON CITY Jan sub ommittee of the special house committee m the Worlds fair has completed the Worlds fair DilL It is made up chiefly of taken from the bills introduced by Adams and Flower with occasional extracts rom Franks bill It creates a commission of two representatives of each tate one of each territory and the District Columbia and a sufficient number from he chosen city which commission is made a corporation with full powers Articles from abroad for exhibition are to be admitted free For government expenses is appro priated The stock is to be of which must be pledged before the commission can begin business The presi dent B to announce the exposition to for eign nations by proclamation The govern ment is to be free from any liability but trill appropriate 1000000 to aid the enterprise TTie friends of Washington Jjty on tljie comj mittee will submit a separate bill and minor ity report opposing the financial schsmt proposed The Dressed Bee I Inquiry WASHINGTON CITY Jan dressed beef committee heard several gentle men yesterday on the subject of mileage paid by railways for the us of cattle cars The New York Centra1 paid of a cent per mile for the use of refrigerator cars as did the Pennsylvania But neitaer paid anything on live stock cars asi they could not and make the business profitable There was no saving in weight of live stock by using pat ented and other was no benefit in thorn either In some cases cat tle were more bruised in Palace CELTS than in tho common ones The rates were alwayi uniform Military Committee Reports WASHINGTON CITY Jan a meetr fag of the house committee on military af fairs yesterday n favorable report on the bill placing Gen John C Fremont on the retired list of the army with the rank of major general was ordered to be made to the house A favorable report was also orderedon the bill appropriating for ths opening of the new soldiers home at Marion Ind Reception to WASHINGTON CITY Jan presi dent and Mrs Harrison assisted by Mrs Morton and the ladies of the cabinet gave a reception to the members of congress and the judiciary at tho Whito House last night from 9 to 11 oclock The reception parlors the mansion and the large East room were crowded during the reception hours to their utmost capacity IVauamaker as Senator WASHINGTON CITY Jan the rumor that Postmaster General Wanamaker may be Don Camerons successor in the United States senate is mentioned to Mr Wanamaker he generally says that it isprob ibly started to see what people will say To personal friends he says he is not a can iidote but that if it camo to him unsought la would accept Senate Confirmations WASHINGTON CITY Jan senate in secret session yesterday confirmed the fol lowing nominations Richard Guenther of Wisconsin consul general at the City of Mexico and John F Winter of Illinois con sul at Mannheim Tho Montana Election Ciuie WASHINGTON CITY Jan its meet ing yesterday morning the senato committee on privileges and elections agreed to take up the Montana election cases Feb 15 and to give alE persons interested a hearing on that day Will look Up 3 f Fannoa WASHINGTON CITY Jan depart ment of justice has taken steps to discover the whereabouts of John P Faunce who was castigated by a mob in Aberdeen Miss and then driven ont of the city Pnngera of the Grand Camm DENVER Colo Jan letter was re ceived here yesterday from F A Nims pho tographer of the exploring expedition sur veying a railway route through the Grand canon The letter is dated Tuba City Ari zona Jan 21 and says I was badly in jured in Marble canon three weeks ago and nearly killed My right leg was crushed from the knee to the foot and I think three of the other men were killed I have been crazy since then as they tell me I am now on my way to Denver for treatment but am without money or railroad ticket and want you to telegraph me immediately o Winslow Arizona whore I will tike the cars This is tho second expedition that ms met fatal accidents in the canon Horrible Crime ly a Clergyman OTTAWA Ont Jan is received here from a populous parish in the western part of Ontario to tho effect that a young Episcopal clergyman was found guilty a ew days ago of debauching a young boy the act having been performed in thu church vestry There wera five cases against she fiend but in four the victims did not resist and only punishment that could be in flicted was three months in jail Tbe details of this affair are so horrible that it makes almost certain the passage of the bill now efore parliament providing flogging as a penalty for this sort of depravity An Earl to Fight the Sweating System LONDON Jan earl of Dunraven lias undertaken a vigorous campaign against he sweating system A deputation of east end toiilors waited upon him yesterday to en ist his influence in their behalf claiming hat through the operation of the pernicious system in vogue despite the efforts hitherto made to suppress it they were reduced to the verge of starvation His lordship promised to lose no time setting on foot measures cal culated to alleviate their distress and crush ae cause of it What Will Seuorlta Do Now NEW ORLEANS Jan TimisDem ocrats San Antonio Tex special says At ho Norris rancbe Monday night Nieves Quintaro was murdered by Manuel Ortagas A darkeyed senorita was wooed by them both She was unable to decide between hem and suggested that they flght a duel with stilettoes To this the men agreed but Ortagas laid in ambush Monday night and hot his rival killing him instantly Ortagas fled Distinguished Phydcian Dying LONDON Jan William Gull has lad a second stroke of paralysis and is dy ng He is 74 years old and one most dis tinguished physicians in the world He was mode a baronet in 3S72 for his success in treating the Prince of Wales foir typhoid fe in 1871 A Combine In the Consumers Behalf BOSTON Jan morning1 paper says hat all the cordage and binding twine man ufacturers in the country have formed a combine tha object of which is to prevent competition in the purchase of fibroa and hereby lower the price of twines etc to the Consumer Tanner In Jail Again LONDON Jan irrepressible Dr anner member of the house of commons or MidCork is again an inmate of an Irish aiL This is the result of Ms attack on SmithBarry at the meeting recently of the ork board of guardians Adam Forepangni Will PHILADELPHIA Jan Fore jaughs will gives half the testators proper y to the widow and half to the son after providing for the support of testa tors father urinK his life The estate is valued at bout Hope for the Erin Abandoned LONDON Jan hope which has been entertained in some quarters of tbe safety of the National line steamship Erin and her ultimate arrival here is now abandoned and the ship is given up as lost GAUGED A POINT Montana Republicans Claim a Decisive Victory A WEIT OP MAFDAMUS GBANTED With a Decision That the Republican LeffialatiV8 Certificates Are Good Democrat Not Giving Dp The Supreme Court So lona Resume the Struggle Re newed Energy on Permanent Organiza tion HELEXA font Jan suprome covirt handed down its Decision yesterday in the case ot Thompson vs Auditor Kennev involving tha question of the validity of tha state canvassing board certificates Thomp son is one of the Republican members from Silver Bow county who claimed his seat by the throwing out of the tunnel precinct He applied to the court for a writ of mandamus to compel lha auditor to issue him a war rant for salary and nieago as a member of the legislature The auditor refused Thomp sons application for pay on the ground first that thjre was no appropriation out of which to pay him and second that his seat was contested as well as the legality of ths body of which he was a mcrnbsr The Jucstion of Certificates Referring to the claim that it was the duty of county dorks to issue certificates to mem bers and that they are tho only logal evi dences of eljction tho court says that the daim is untenable ordinance 2 of the state constitutiou requiring that tho returns of election for ihe adoption or rejection of the constitution shall be made to the secretary of the territory who with the governor and tho chief justice of the territory or any two of them shall constitute a board of canvass ers with poTver to meet canvass the returns and declare he result The same ordinance provides that the votes for all the state of fers rnemters of the legislative assembly district judges shall be returned and tauvassed in the same manner and by the eame board us is the vote upon the constitu tion The Old IAW Void The court holds that the old law which re quired couniy clerks to issue certificates was rendered void by the sections of the ordi nance quoted above It had been contended by the auditors counsel that ths ordinances framed by the constitutional convention were not a part of that instrument and did not have the force and effect of constitution al provision The writ was granted Iffect of the Decision As the status of members of the legislature depends on ihe legalitj of the certificates of election theRepublicans claim that this de cision makei tbo Republican body the legal legislature Tho concensus of opinion among Democratic members of the legislature is that the result of ihe decision will be to give Thompson and the other Republican contestants their salary and mileage and that it will also bo of use to Sanders and Powers in lheir contest before the United States senate They say they will pay no at tention to the decision but will keep up the organization of tho house OUT OF THE FRYING PAN Into the Fire Is About tlie Situation in the Iowa Muddle DES MOIKES Jim 20 deadlock in the louse on the question of permanent organiz ation took the place 01 the old one yesterday and it is a question which is tha more burg larproof Tho figjt has started out on the same lines that tha one did two weeks ago The Democrats claim the speakership and so do the Republicans and there the issue is joined Went with the Iemocrats The caucuses of the two parties were held yesterday morning For the first time since the legislature met all of tho flve indepaud ents went iato the Democratic conference The caucus after soma balloting selected Hamilton of Lynn county and made no other nomination intending to make their fight for this one office and concede every thing else if they can get this one position Republican Nominations The Republicans put up a full ticket Wil son of Cass county was named as the can didate for speaker without opposition The other nominees of the Republican party were as follows Clerk Ben Van Steinberg first assistant J A Shelton second assist ant A TV Renshaw enrolling clerk Miss Anna Davis engrossing clerk Miss Olive Congor bill clerk Miss Kitty Jordan ser geantstarms J F Senor doorkeeperJ W Sheldon postmistress Miss Grace S Martin The Action In the House After these preliminaries had been con cluded the house got together in regular ses sion and Representative Richman of Musca tine speaking for the Democratic caucus put Hamilton in nomination and Luke of Franklin got in a good word for the Repub lican nominee A rollcall followed the speechmaking and the first ballot demon strated that the deadlock was again on Wilson got a Democratic vote it is true but it was that of Hamilton and as the Repub lican candidate returned the fsivor in kind the result was Hamilton 41 Wilson 41 So it went on for five fruitless ballots when the house adjourned for the day Trying to Kill the Trusts The senate met only to adjourn except that Kelly Democrat offered a resolution that went over calling upon Iowa congress men to secure the passage of a law if possi ble empowering the president to suspend the tariff on any article controlled by trusts or conbinations Refused to Carry the Mail SAN FRAXOISCO Jan United States mail for the north which on account of the railway blockade has accumulated here in great volume was not taken by the steamship Santa Rosa which sailed for Port land Monday It seems that the steamer Columbia which sailed last week was paid by the United States government per bag but the Santa Rosa was only offered 50 cents per mail bag which the steamship company refused To Take tbe Places of Strikers PrrTSBTTRG Jan special to The Times from Pumsutawney Pa says Nine tysix men and six women Poles and Swedes arrived from the anthracite ecu J region yes terday and were token to TViUston mine where they are expected to go to work The strikers collected in large numbers to look at the new arrivals and probably would have made trouble but for the presence of the Pinkerton guards who dispersed them OConnor Wuitsto Row Hanlan ToBOjrro Ont Jan the oarsman is much annoyed by the reported disparagement of his staying powers by Hanlan He says he is willing to row Han Ian any distance from 100 yards to 100 miles will bet him to 15000 or any amount two one that he will win DIDNT WANT A SHEENEY An ffhicli Caused a Run OB an Albany W T Bank ATBAST Jan John Temple ton of the Albany County bank died a short time ago and Monday the directors met to elect his successor It was expected that David S Mann the teller who has been in tha bank for nearly twenty years would be promoted ABut during a stormy session of the the directors is ci edited with saying that they didnt want any sheeny as the head of their bank When Mr Maun heard this he resigned at once and two of the directors also tendered their resignations The directors selected William N Sanders u wellknown business man as cashier The Israelites Resent the Insult No sooner was their action known on tha street and the alleged insult to tho race nofised abroad than the Jewish customers of the bank began to withdraw their deposits Witliin an hour a crowd of angry men rep resenting some of the largest houses in the city and the banks best customers filled the space in front of the desk demanding that their accounts bo closed at once One man received a certified check for nearly and it is said that nearly was with drawn The proceedings will probably bo continu ed but the banks officers say they can stand it and arc satisfied with their choice CRITICIZING CHARLES SUMNER An Amlover Professor on tlio Southern Kaco Problem CHARLESTON S C Jan a letter written by Professor Austin Phelps of Aud over Mass to Tho News and Courier the professor says that ho never believed in ne gro suffrage Senator Sunnier never com mitted a greater blunder than in drawing the act which legalized it It was not states manship but desperation It was a blow in the face of nature and nature always re venges such blows We aro sure in such an encounter to get the worst of it We are suffering from it now and will suffer more It may cost more blood than the civil war did Fifty years ago Professor Moses Stuart of Andover seminary a personal friend of Cal houn foresaw tho present deadlock and told Professor Phelps ho saw no solution but the surrender of two or three states to exclusive possession of the colored race But con cludes Professor Phelps I have never been able to see that Christianity cannot make two colors in prolific races live peacefully together A SWINDLE IN TEA Creditors of an Adventurer Find a Lot of Empty Chests YORK Jan special to The Herald from Montreal Que says W D Gallagher who embodied in his person the Union Pacific Tea Company has suddenly left the city with a young English woman vho is said to be the possssor in hard cash A week ago Gallagher complained to his clerk that he was ft Jrigunwell and would have to go home He took caro to empty the till before leaving Ho is QTV believed to be in California What the Creditors Found When the creditors visited the store to take possession of the stock they found hun dreds ot firstclass tea chests that adorned the shop and filled the storeroom behind presumably filled with valuable stock In vestigation proved that holes had been bored in each chest and all the tea extiacted the hole then being neatly covered Tho Builders Convention ST PAUL Jan builders conven tion yesterday adopted a request that con gress authorize the secretary of the treasury to provide builders exchanges in the various cities with plans and specifications of public buildings A debate took place on tho eight hour day and the general trend of the talk was in favor of payment by tho hour A proposition for agitation to abolish the lieu laws was tabled The remainder of the ses sion was devoted to debate on manual train ing of boys A Chicago Gun CHICAGO Jan Schuettler and Thomas Gibbons a saloonkeeper and cousin of Cooney the fox are not good friends Last night during a quarrel in which Al derman McCormick was involved Gibbons struck Seiiuettler Tho men grappled and Gibbons tried to get Schuettlcrs pistol He failed in this and the result was that Schnet tler shot him in the shoulder The wound is not fatal McCormick was arrested but later released on bail A Rascally Insurance Agent LAPOKTE Ind Jan L Brown a real estate and insurance agent has disap peared and considerable excitement pre vails over his flight His liabilities are esti mated to be while the assets are small as all bis property was heavily mort gaged Brown has been located at Concor dia Kan and he will be forced to return and face the music Much Excitement at Oklahoma City NEW ORLEANS Jan TimesDem ocrats Oklahoma City L T special says At a late hour Jionday night a large crowd of indignant citizens pulled dawn the house of a lot jumper on Mam street and burned the wreck There is the most intense excite ment and if the military does not interfere blood is sure to be shed Dewenter Strong Indorsement PHILADELPHIA Jan special to The Press from Scranton says The Truth prints letters from Govemor Bearer Hon Cbaun cey F Black Congressman Bayue Auditor General McCalmont Congressman Scranton and State Senators Hines and Watersfavor ing the Australian ballot system TVlll Bullet to TCinnipeg at Once DCLUTH Minn Jan Dulutliand Winnipeg railroad has just filed in the office of the register of deeds a mortgage for to the Guarantee Loan and Trust company of Philadelphia and with the loan thus acquired Trill complete the road to Win nipeg immediately Protection Favored In France PAWS Jan bureaus of the cham ber of deputies yesterjay elected a tariff committee The debates which have taken place in tho various bureaus indicate that a majority of the committee whose names have not yet been announced are in favor of protection TVeut to Church Stark XakeJ ToBOjrro Ont Jan D An j dras a wire mat agent whose parents are said to be wealthy residents of Rochester N was found Monday in AllSaints church i itark naked and kneeling against the altar i Andras was arrested on a charge of in sanity yot Their Quarrel Jan News Berlin corre spondent says the signatory powers of the Congo treaty replied to Portugals note de clining to take aav united official sten HATTER W H JCHNSON President J P JOHNSON Cishier STATE NATIONAL BANK DEPOSIT VAULTS The Safes in this absolutely Fire Proof Vaul are especially adapted forthe deposit of Deeds Mortgages Notes Bonds and all Valuable Papers also Jevelry otc Rents are placed at nominal prices of to per year each The Vaults and Safes are fitted with all modern im provements and we cordially invite the public to call and ex amine them EUGENE PKAQEK Pros and Genl Manager AUGUST BINZ GencraWluperintendtnt 5 The demand for our pure Malt and Hop Beer in bottles foi family usehas been so great that we deemed it necessary in order to insure speedy and prompt delivery to run a delivery wagon in the to supply families at ihe following PRICES Quarts per dozen Pints 60 Quarts Export per dozen 125 Pints 75 Send in your Orders Telephone No 4O LQGJHKFDRT BREWINB WHITSEITT Sole Dealer in the Light Running The Best Sewing Machine Examine this Popular Ma chine before buying Sold on terms to suit by Robert B Whitsett 529 BROADWAY SOS BROADWAY The Tailor Between 5th and 6thSt THE MARKETS Cnicxoo Jan 28 On the board of trade today ranged aa follows 2 February opened closed March opened and efosed T7e May opened closed 79Jc 2 February opened 29Mc closed March opened 30c closed May opened closed SlJie No 2 February opened EOfcjc closed March opened and closed May opened closed opened closed March opened and closed S98754 May opened closed 11015 opened and closed I Live following were the tionsat ihe Union stock yards opened fairly active with prices without ma terial change though the general tone rather weak light grades a65a385 rough packing mixed lots heavy packing and shipping lots S3KK4396 Steady good to choice beeves firm poor to fair cows S1S0229J stackers and feeders t230g336 native muttons lambs S300a627 western cornfed 560 Produce Elgin creamery 26 G27c B finest dairy packing stock 4S5c fresh tf doz ice house lOSllc Live QSc turkeys dncks ftgilft geese 500 doz of Hebron 3S3 37c bu on track common and mixed lots 25 to fancy 9 bbL jsa73 per box i 1ork NEW YORK Jan 28 i 2 red winter 674o caalu do February do March do April do 3day STJyc 2 mixed cash do January EOJgc do February do March do May Oats Dull No 2 mixed 29J43 caaiu do January do February 29c do May 275je DulL mess 5 for new March S63J May Live Stock trading in beeves dreised beef Anil ordinary to good sides i t prime to extra selected do Sheop and for both with a fair trade sheep ftSOaetJ 100 13 lambs 740 firmer live S3S5at25 V 1W ftu The Queen Will Travel LONDON Jan is announced that the queen will start for Hamburg on Karch S3 She will lie accompanied by her daugh ter the Empress Frederick and Princess Christian Spurgeon Haplilly Becorerlng LOSDOS Jan Advices from Mentone state that Mr Spurgeon is rapidly recover ing from bis attack of gout and that ho will preach next Sunday CREAM BAKING IU superior excellence proven in at homes for more than a qumrterof a century M 13 used by United States Government En dorsed by the of neat u the Purest and most Healthful Dr Prices Cram Battcy Powder wX contain Ammonia Lime or Alum Sold in TRICK BAKING POW DKB CO New York macitoo M LM   

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