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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - January 30, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPORT DAILY irj jjw PHAROS 15TH YEAR THURSDAY EVENING JANUAKi 30 1890 30 296 J OH Corner On tho following Standard Corsets Dr Warners Coraline Tandem Uood Luek Health Nursing Perfection Waist Dr Halls Kabo Corset Thompsons Glove Fitting Corset Duplex Corset Dr Warners Misses Corset Children Corset p s All the above excel lent brands of corsets are guaranteed in every partic ular THE TUMULT BEGUN Reed Stirs Up the Menagerie in the House THE PEOMISED EIOT BEEAZS OUT Prices tho Lowest OUR DESIGNS flRE NLtf Noue iul tio best workmanship al Ilowed to leave our uulearooin I uteon Sons UODNE YSTltAIN STRAIN jj r dor iakerp 16 i Calls Promptly fcn FINE PERFUMES FOR THE PAR YINS 2lh Street Drug Store Hcres of the oll Barnelt nt 8125 per sere on cusy payments Lots alongside of Johnsons addition 9150 per Utou uasy payments other lots and upwards A desirable residence ou east Broad way A desirable resilience on North A desirable residence on Westiidc Two residences on Ohio street A desirable residence ixt Spear street 9jt acres iu Eastend For trade for city property Wanted cheap residence on osst Broadway Market and Spear streets For trude an orange grore in Florida For trade n coin horse nnd carriage for lots For trade fnrius for ixH Wiuds of uicr chandise Kor particulars enquire of M M GORDON Pension nad Estate Agent Elliott Block Iojjausport Ind f of Administratrix Sale of Pcr nonnl is hereby given tint 1 tUo urulor nilinmistratrix of iho estate ot Leo A f rtb deceased will by order of the court sell nt private sale aU tho personal property of the late Leopold A Smith con sistiujf or one tot of furnitine one lot of lum ber iu the yard and factory one lot of hanl varc one lor of paints oils and varnish CDO together with all the machinery line hunting puileya belting and tools used in the runnlig anil operas ing of the furniture factory laiolv owned by said Leopold A Smith also iraiy other miscellaneous ar icks not heroin yentioned jenns of All amounts purchased under live tiollars ifoOOi cash Alt amounts pur irliiiscil over ttve dollars JSVi onethird 3 cash nettilrd Sl in three months onethird iS1 six months deferred payments to bear sjux per cent interest from date if not paid at muttiritv and to fcc secured with approved se Uicis vill be received for said property orsny part thereof up to K oclock noon on the 1st day of February For further particulars inciuire of Mary Smith administratrix at the turniturc fac tory north of Eel river or of John W Mc at Uw office in the court house this Tth day of January A D 1SSO MAIIY SMITH Artmijistratvix ot the estate of I A Smith deceased tnesld An Attempt to Count a Quorum That Didnt Vote Nearly Kaisca the Tlie Storm Kagan with Grent Fury for a Time but Finally Abates und Argu ment In Statement and the Views of tho Pres ident Kecognizes Brazil WASHINGTON CITY Jan wildest and most tumultuous scene since tbe recon struction times was enacted in the houso yesterday After the house had passed a bill relieving tho political disabilities of D C Smith of Texas Dalzell of Pennsylvania called up tho West Virginia contested elec tion Crisp of Georgia raised tho question of consideration and filibustering at onco began On this the Democrats generally re fused ot vote Uhilo the roll was being called Speaker Heed noted the names of those present and not voting When the vote announced it was found tbat 101 votes wero in thj aflirmnlivo and 3 in the nega tive Crisp at onco raiied tho point of 110 quorum and Speaker Reed directed the clerk to record the names a list of which he had kept members not voting but present Wild Approval and 1rotest A loud shout of approval was raised ou Republican side Them as tha names of the Democrats were read by tho speaker mem bers got up in their places and protested against their names being recorded against their will Breckenridgoof Kentucky when hi narno was called took tho Moor and de nounced the action of tho speaker us revolu tkimry With this the Democrats stood up and cheered him or shouted their protests by crleH of czar which tho Republicans ttaractcrized as tho rebel yell Tha scena nt tiiis moment on the floor oC the houso was of tumult and riofc When quiet was partially restored Speaker Reed said he was simply announcing a fact not voting lor members The Speaker Makes u Statement Subsequently ho made a statement in justi iication his course quoting precedents to maintain the correctness his position and citing the action of Governor Hill Now York whilo presiding officer of tha New York state senate in deciding that three fifths of the members present was sufficient to do some of them refrained from precisely similar to his rlic speakers decision Another process ho said which every olc member would recognizo whereby the opin ion of the chair is accepted as incoutestible evidence of tbe recognition of tho right to record members present as constituting part of a quorum who rlid not vote was seen in tho every day occurrence cit certiiin stages o the sessions of tho house when votes wera announced by the chair containing obviously indeniphaticolJy no quorum Ytjt if taepoin was not made tho bill was always declared passed and that could only be on n very listinct basis and that was that everybody present silently agreed to the fact that there was a quorum fjuotcil Against Himself Crisp appealed from tho decision of the chair and quoted from Speaker Blainei ruling on the forco bill to tho effect that th speaker had not tho power to count morum and declared that Speaker Reeds lecision just made would bo the founda tion of tho greatest legislative fraud ever committed Ho quoted from remarks ol Reed in former yoars whilo on the floor o ho house in which ho used those words constitutional idea of n quorum is no the physical of a majority of thi members of the lions but a majority of thi members present and participating iu thi business of tho house I appeal Crisp exclaimed from Philip drunk to Phillip sober The Constitution Appealed To Cannon of Illinois said tho constitution de cided the question nt issue and said plainly tho majority of each houso shall constitute a quorum to do business but it did not say that i majority should bo required to vott for n measure a motion or resolution in or der to pass it Carlisle Joins HID Prny Carlisle said this decision was not a ques tion of parliamentary law but of constitu tional law No speaker had over before de cided that less than a quorum could pass anj bill or vote in tho house If the ruling toda as correct there was no necessity for an provision of the constitution defining wha less than a quorum could do A majority constituted a do business bu those words were not in the constitution o the state of Now York upon which Liouten ant Governor Hills decision had been based MeKinley took tho Jloor and to motion to adjourn which was carried with out division The matter will come again today probably on tho question of ing yesterdays journal Got Hot in the Collar An amusing incident not put on the reo ords occurred while the confusion WEIS at its height A Democratic member from Inch ana whose name Speaker Reed ordered r corded although he did not vote rushed n to the desk and ordered the journal clerk Under threats of holding him personally sponsible to remove his name from th speakers list Tho clerk refused itmd th member almost used violence in an attemp to havehis orders carried out He wa finally soothed by his colleagues and n turned to his seat Cowles of North Carolina who was in state of unnatural escitenient oil the fon noon was on the point once or twice c making a personal assault upon the speaker and for a time it looked as if a big row coui not bo avoided The speakers coolness aii the adoption of Ben Bntterworths sugges tion to let both sides have a fair hearing were all that prevented open warfare creased iri value and their power of ab irption be augmented The Path to Notional Prosperity It was a bill however to for a nJBcient amount of circulating medium by hich to meet tbe largely increasing busi 53 of the country and which would tend check tbe alarming decline in the value of arms farm products and other commodi Mitchell favored free coinage of silver s tho only way to restore and secure na lonal prosperity and to give the silver debt aying functions of legal tender and also to rovide for the issue of legal tender certifi ates based upon silver coino ge Congress in Brief WASHINGTON CITY Jan senate esterday received a long report from tha policy board of the navy transmitted by ecretary Tracy The board advocates the uilding of the ships provided for in Bales aval bill the points of which were printed m these dispatches a few days and ar ues at length in favor of tho necessity for a largo and effective navy The houso bill rovidiug for the reissua of lost navy and marine corps service certificates was passed memorial in favor of ereciting struciure in PhilEidelphia com memorative of the nations first entury was presented The remainder of he open session was devoted to a free silver oinage speech by Mitchell and after a ecret session the senate adjourned The house got into a wrangle as soon as ifc ou the speakers ruling The 3mithJackson election case was taken up and Crisp raised the question of considera km The Democrats did not vote in order o break the quorum but the speaker de ided that Crisps motion was defeated be ause a quorum was present voting or not The debate continued until adjournment vitli no decisive action MOUNTAIN TRAVEL Latest Report from the Snow Blockade Great BAD LUCK WITH A BIG SHOW PLOW WANTS A DOUBLE STANDARD Mitchell Makes 1 Speecli In Favor of Free Coinage of Silver WASHINGTON Cirr Jnn subject of debate in the senate took a new departure yesterday and Mitchell talked for an hour or so iu advocacy free coinage of silver Ho said the bill be advocated presented the question whether the double standard of money should be reestablished or whether gold alone should be the monetary stand ard Should the American idea on that subject be abandoned and that of Great Britain be adopted Vfas the financial ship oE America to sail only in the wake of the golden tramps of Great Britain It was a contention in tho main between the rich and the poor between the creditor class and the debtor class It involved a gigantic effort or perhaps the term conspiracy might not ba inappropriate on the part of a special class and its allies to depress in or der that the pries of the creditors fciond and note and mortgages aad gold coin might be The llrazllian EeprBsonlalivcs WASHINGTO Ciiy Jan presi lont yesterday afternoon received the cre dentials of Senhors Vulente and Mendoiica the envoys from Brazil and completed the lormal recognition of the provisional gov irnment of tho United States of Brazil The usual felicitous speeches ilie president saying tbat he received Dr Valento as the representative of the new ro public and congratulating him that tha revolution was peaceful Mr Mendonca was referred to Secretary Elaine as an offi cial fully empowered to treat with him on natters of importance to the two countries rfendonca is a special envoy while Valeute is minister A Monument to Koynlty WASHINGTON CiTY Jan action of Representative Burrows iu presenting abill or tho erection of a monument to Queen Isa bella of Mpaiu has aroused much adverse criticism Burrows thinks it is perfectly fit ting that the memory of Isabella should be lonored at a time when the United States is Drepnring to celebrate the anniversary of its discovery by Columbus The bill appro priates and was referred democratic Senators Caucus WASHINGTON CITY Jan caucus of Democratic senators was held for over two jours last evening to consider questions of arty policy Senator Gorman of Mary and presided Nothing was done however except the appointment of a committee to consult with the houso committee with refer ence to tho conduct of tho next political campaign Confirmed by tho Senate WASHINGTON CITY Jan senate in secret session yesterday confirmed the fol lowing nominations United States attor A Connolly southern district of Illinois Lewis Miles southern district of lown Morris D OConnell northern district of Iowa United States P Hitch southern district of Illinois JSxSciiator Urucc Appointed WASHINGTON CITY Jan SO President Harrison yesterday appointed exSenator Bruce of Mississippi recorder of deeds for ths District Mr Trotter ot Massachusetts the present recorder testified recently that dur ing tho three years he had held this office it had netted him a little over 840000 THE CHICAGO WORLDS FAIR An Increase of the Ifnml to S1OOOOOOO Determined Upon CHICAGO Jan 30 a prolonged meet ing of the executive committee of the Chi cago Worlds exposition yesterday after noon Mayor Cregier was instructed after the passage of a resolution to send the fol lowing telegram to Washington City By action of the executive committee of the Chicago Worlds exposition it is proposed to increase the fund to 810000000 by the issu ance of in bonds This matter has been in contemplation for some time and in view of the satisfactory condition of tho finances and the liberality and public spirit displayed by tho people of Chicago and the northwest generally it was deemed best to take such action at this time in order to congress that Chicago will do her share towards making the exposi tion the greatest success possible Mr Otto Young the mover the resolution immedi ately volunteered to take 100000 of the bonds Mayor Cregier James W Scott City Comptroller Onahan and others favored the resolution and declared that there was no doubt that Chicago would bo equal to the work of raising the money and managing the greatest exposition ever held The res olution as passed by tho meeting is as fol lows Resolved That in addition to the stock subscriptions in bonds be issued thereby increasing the fund to 000000 It VTent Off Notwithstanding CHICAGO Jan tho trial pf a man for assault in Judge Cliffords court yesterday afternoon Officer James Maddox was handling the revolver with which the prisoner had tried to kill him Suddenly the weapon exploded and the bullet whizzed dangerously near to the heads of Assistant States Attorney Neeley and the judge and buried itself in the floor Officer Maddox claimed that before he left the station he ex tracted every bullet from the revolver and he cannot explain the accident A Aldermmi CHICAGO Jan McCormick who was mixed up little to his credit in the assault on Capt Schuettler Friday night is in more trouble Without the least appar ent provocation last aigat he seized the hand of Robert Morris a cab driver and placing the thumb in his mouth severely mangled it Mayhem is a penitentiary of fense and Morris says he will give McCor inick all the law he can It Breaks Ilowu Just liefore Its Job Is Finished Beatluf on the Blockaded tine Tho Midget Zarato a Victim Troubles of Theatrical Troupes Several Companies Have Unpleasant Experi ences Living on Salt Pork and Hard tack Fatii1 Snoiyslide SAN FRANCISCO Cal Jan 30 The rotary plow which has been making a big fight in tbe Sierres toward raising the blockade on the Central Pacific road broke down Tuesday in the final drift remaining near Cascade The plow had been working for fifteen days continually and it was thought the big machine would hold together until tho road was cleared but the strain was too much and it was completely disabled when only 200 yards of snow bank remained An army of shovelers remained at work all night to clear the remaining snow obstructing fivo cars of delayed mail which were sent west from Reno Tuesday nighfc and vhich will bo the first train through Died oi the Jinc John Coughlin telegraph operator at Cisco died at his lonely station four days ago of pneumonia Throe men including a doctor went to his assistance on snow shoes but ar rived too late to save his life and he was buried in a snowdrift His body was re moved to Sacramento Tuesday where his funeral took place yesterday Mrs McVeau wife of Surgeon A C Mc Vean of Jefferson died at Truckes Monday of diphtheria wtule on one ot westbound trains Tuesday Lucia Zarate the Mexican Midget said to ba tho smallest human being in the world a passenger on the same train died at Truckee from gastric fever the BASE BALL MATTERS lecting of the League Litigation Resolved Upon YORK Jan Fifth Avenus otel was thronged with base ball magnate jain yesterday at the meetings of the eague and Association board of arbitration id League managers The boarj of arbri settled a number of disputes among hem that over the location of M J Cody f tho Cleveland club who was claimed by es Moines Cody will stay at Cleveland iin ORourke complained of the Peoria tub which he says owes him money it will ot pay An investigation was ordered harles Bowers made a similar complaint f tho Sioux City club but would rather iva a release than the money Release wo anted At the League meeting a report was made n the litigation with the Brotherhood in hich it was claimed that Judge OBriena ecision gave the Leaguo au option on those vho signed last years contract More suiti ere recommended and the report was dopted It was also stated that the League ad received 300 applications from players Skating Record Broken NEWBCRG IST Y Jan National Amateur association skating races began at Washington lake with the ice oft toward the close The 440 yards race was won by H P Mosier who did the dis aucu in 37 15 seconds beating Tim Donog uesi recond of iSjJi seconds Joe Donoghue won the five mile raco in 17 minutes and 5fl econds Simpson second beating Jim Don huo Joe Donoghue also won the mile ice in 15 The TVcst Wins a Pigeon Shoot LocisviLXEKy Jan Eastern and vesteru trapshooting teams now on an ex ibition tour arrived here from Cincinnati yesterday and shot the third match of the at Eclipse park yesterday alteration The Western team to 171 Walston irafft and Ruble shot a match at 25 live each Each man killei 23 birds Wal toncraft won the shootoff SNOWEDUP ARTISTS Several Theatrical Companies Blockaded in the rlouiitains NEW YORK Jan main subject of interest among theatrical people now is tha blockade of the Central Pacific which hns kept three companies snowbound in the Sierra Nevada and closed several theatres on account of the failure of these companies to meet their dates In addition to this the actors and actresses are reported to be act ually suffering from want of proper food and the effect of their experience is likely to remain with some of them to the end of their lives Adventures of the HowardOompany The Howard specialty company has been longest sufferer from the blockade having already been snowbound in one car at Shaciy Run Cal for fourteen days During this time the company has lived principally upon what is known as packed food sale meat and fish prepared for winter consumption at the smaller towns along Ih3 railroad Rich Harris of Boston proprietors of tlie com pany have bera doing i 11 in their powei to get the people back to civilization and warm dinners A dispatch says the company is completely exhausted and suffering from want of nourishment Tlie ShenujuJoah Artists The Shenandoah company is still snowec in about nine miles from Wadsworth Nev Al Haymaii telegraphed to Charles Frohmau Tuesday that possibly the company may ba dug out in time to reach Sail Francisco Friday Tho track for twentyseven miles is covered with ice and suow Cheek No Good in This Case Rolan I Reed and his company are also los in the snow somewhere on tho Central Pa cific The opening the New Moikhom Opera house in Portland Ore has been post poned for a week because the Emma Juch company hus been unable to reach that city The Pearl of Pekin company has escapee the perils of tho snow but it is blockaded between Fresno and Los Angeles by a wash out Three Chinamen Killed DUTCH FLAT CaL Jan China men were killed by a snowslido yesterday a Green Valley on the American river One body was carried into the river and has no been found EilG BREAK IN THE RANKS The InterStato Association Loses Tw Important Members CHICAGO Jan Walker o the InterState Commerce Railway ossocia tion yesterday officially promulgated the notices of the withdrawal of the Union Pa cific and the Chicago and Northwestern rai roads from that association The reason as signed for the withdrawal is th decision b Chairman Walker to the effect that the Ch cago and NorthwesternUnion Pacific con test is in violation of the association agree ment Both companies express regret being forced to withdraw and emphaticall state that in every particular they will con tinue scrupulously to maintain establishe rates aad only engage in legitimate compe tition vi ith their rivals Dewenter HATTER W B JCUliSOS President J F JOHNSON bshicr STATE NATIONAL BANK DEPOSIT VAULTS The Safes in this absolutely Fire Proof Vaul are especially adapted for the deposit of Deeds Mortgages Notes Bonds and all Valuable Papers also Jevelry 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 Sullivan Sees Jackson Spar BOSTON Jan Jackson and Jack ishton sparred at an exhibition under the auspices of the Union Athletic club last night u Music hall They had four threeminute very tamely dofce Sullivan wai among the 2500 spectators FOR THE HOUR SYSTEM FosUion of tlio Ruilders on tlio Duyi Work matters ST PAUL Minn Jan builders convention yesterday debated the eighthour question for a long time Several proposi tions were offered but finally a resolution was adopted to the effect that tho condi tions surrounding trade were so varied that his body does not consider itself competent to define a days work but we do believe thai it should persistently urge upon all ocfil bodies that the thorough establishment of the system of payment by tho hour is an absolutely necessary safeguard and they should earnestly labor to secure the estab ishment of the system The vote on this was 111 to 4 in its favor Boycotting Condemned A resolution was adopted next declaring that the association is opposed to the system of boycotting as Yracticcd by trades unions of the United States and recommending the appointment an arbitration committee Tho association further decided to appoint a committee of five members to perfect a plan of arbitration feasible and proper for the association to recommend to the affiliated bodies and report to next convention which is to ba held in New York the second Tues day in February 1601 Election of Officers The following officers were elected Pres ident JohnJ Tuckerof New York first vicj president Arthur McAllister of Cleveland second vice president A Ittner of St Louis secretary H Sayward of Chicago treasurer George Capper of Chicago This concluded the business session of the conven tion A banquet was held in the evening at the Hotel Hyan BLOWN TO ETERNITY Dreadful Icatlis of Tliree Men by B Boiler Explosion Pa Jan special to The Times from Charleston W Va says A Ijprrible boiler explosion occurred at the sawmill of A B Leech on Falling Rock Creek twentyfive miles from here Tuesday which killed three men Eight men were working in and near the mill who i a few minutes before noon a terrific explosion oc curred demolishing the mill and machinery Blown Into a Hollow Log Joe Wright aged 25 was filing a saw when the explosion occurred The saw was broken to pieces one piece of which cut Wrights throat from ear to ear He leaves a widow and child at Welston 0 Morgan Hoover was blown 100 yards distant and driven feet foremost into a hollow log up to his waist He was horribly torn aad mangled and killed instantly He leaves a wife and seven children Bud Mullins aged 23 and single had his skull crushed cut in the abdomen and his eyes and face scalded He lived only a few hours E0GEN E FUAGER Pros and Geul Manager ArrcrPT BTKZ GcnendUuperlnteudoot Brewing 5 The demand for our pure Malt and Hop Beer in bottles for 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 PRIORS Quarts per dozen Pints Quarts Export per dozen Pints 60 125 75 Send in your Orders Telephone No 4O BREWINB DQjRPJfflY Sole Dealer in the Light Running U I The Best Sewing Machine Examine this Popular Ma chine before buying SoW on terms to suit by Robert B Whitsett 529 BROADWAY SOS BROADWAY The Tailor Between 5th and 6thSt Iowa Deadlock Continued DES JIoiXES la Jan deadloc continued in the house yesterday withou any sign of a break Nine ballots were taken each of which stood Hamilton 41 Wilson 41 and then adjournment was had In th senate it few important bills were introducec and put on file without reading McVe got iji a school text book bil Gonnewig of Council Bluffs intr duced a bill providing for a 3centamil rate for passenger travel on firstclass rai roads Dodge and Sneed both got their A stralian voting bills on the journal an Kelly presented a bill which provides in sul stance Jiat the owner real property ma withhold from assessment all personal prop erty to the amount of any mortgage tha may be against any of his real property Fowderly for Governor PmsiTOx Pa Jan Master Workman T V Fowderly was in Pittston Tuesday afternoon to attend tha annual meetin of D A No 16 K of L He was shown EI telegram bringing him forward as a candidate for governor on the Democratic ticket In reply he said is the first intimation that I have received of such a thing I am not seeking office of any kind Crazy with Gripoc IncL Jan noonjrester day Jacob Adell residing at Fairmount twenty miles north of this city died a horri ble desth Becoming insane from the effects of la grippe he poured coal oil on his head during the absence of the other members of and applied a match to the oil TIRING OF BISMARCK Uiknlan and OCozuior MIIWAKEE Wls Jan the the fajnily oarsman is with the lrDark Secret Before assistance arrived his head company He says ha will row OConnor on burned from his shoulders any course in Canada Said he I am not blowing but think I can row away from all the OConnors ill the Hanlan said thai he was confident Searle if he were liv ing could toif OConnor all along a course The Young German Emperor Will Haye His Own Way Jan Berlin press con firms the reports that a coolness has arisen between Emperor William and Prince Bis marck growing out of certain expressions in the speech from the throne which the em peror persisted in retaining against the ad vice of the chancellor This is the ostensible reason given but it is believed that the cause goes deeper It is hinted that radical differ ences have arisen and that the young em peror is growing weary of restraint Fatal Accident in n Mine HURLEY TVis Jan accident oc curred at the Montreal Mine Tuesday even ing which resulted in the death of an Italian named Dominick Giovanni and the serious injury of Guizeppe Oiovanni and two other workmen They were coming to the surface in the skip when the hoisting rope broke causing the bucket and its hu man freight to fall to the bottom of tlba shaft Giovanni will also die A Tale JProfeisor Dead Xirw TTtTEv Conn Jan Chester Lymon of the Yale scientific school I died 76 years Went to Look at the Blaat LANCASTER Pa Jan Mess tenheffer foreman of the stone quarries at Chickies was killed yesterday morning by an explosion of dynamite Workmen had prepared a blast and the charge failing to explode Messtenheff er went to examine it An explosion occurred as he was standing over the spot TTs head was torn off and his body was otherwise mangled Tlie Socialists in Germany BEBLEI Jan 300 Social Democratic candidatures have been an nounced throughout Germany lor the com ing election Included in this number is a Roman Catholic Democrat who wfll contest i a seat for Bochim West Phalia THE MARKETS CHICAGO Jan On the board of trade today quotations ranged as follows 2 February opened closed March opened closed May opened 799ic closed 79J64jC 2 February opened 29c closed March opened and closed 30c Mar opened closed Oats No i February opened closed 21c March opened and closed May opened 22Hc closed opened closed March opened J98S closed May opened and closed opened and closed t587H Live following were tho quota tions at Union stock yards opened active with prices well maintained light grades rough packing raised lets gWTOgSSi heavy packing and shipping lots j3SOa395 Slow beeves poor to prime bulk cows Sl502300 bulk stackers and feeders J23U33S7 Texasfed iteers S290S350 muttons bulk lamba J500S6JB Produce Elgin creamery 20 JT270 B finest dairy packing stock 4a5c fresh ltSMJijc 9 doz ice house lOgllc Live B turkeys ducks 9310 geese 500 3 doz of Uebron 37c bu on track common and mixed lots 25 32e to fancy S12S bbL JScO per box Kew YorV NEW YOHK Jan 29 2 red winter 67Mc cash do January S6H do February E6Jc do March S7gc do April do May 879ic Corn i mixed 3S143 February 37c do April SSfic do Mar mixed 23c cash do February do March do May 2T36c DulL and steady mess for new February S616 March May Live stock and lOc 100 fts lower on all grades below prime grood steers iOO fl5 bulls 90S300 dry cows Sheep and Lambs Sheep steady and firm choice lambs a trifle higher cheep J4 y 100 Bs lambs 550S775 Nominally steady live hoss A ewspuper Sentenced PHILADELPHIA Jan William H Bradley who formerly bad charged of tho weekly edition of Tbe Philadelphia Preti was yesterday sentenced to five six months in the penitentiary for cmbez zeins money which belonged to the paper ottfl buttons axe laming In enamel painted to represent porcelain CREAM 42 PERFECT superior excellence proven In BM for more than quarter of a cen Dr Prioe Cream Powtfer u contain Ammonia Lime or Alum Sold cni in PB1CB BAHIKG POWDER 3O 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