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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - February 1, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPOBT DAILY r PHAROS SATURDAY EYENTNO FEBRUARY L 1890 NO 2 JOHN BRAYS Corner I rots lr Or Halls roilowing Standard WAB TO THE KNIFE NoSurrender the Cry of the House Democrats CALL TO BATTLE FKOM BAND ALL the question of consideration because the speaker declined to listen to him Thus after three days fight tho Republicans got the case before the house and as soon as Dal Mil had concluded ths house adjourned rs Conilini Tandem Jood Luck I leal tli Xu rains Perfection Waist Corscl s Glove Fillins Corset Corset WnrniTs Misses Corset S All the t brands of trpnteoU in Corset above excel corsots are ovory partic WLJSIMKSTM O no i IA 11OUSK UASAflKU Juit uno Monday Evening Feb 3d fopolar Hamilton Harris 8iuuuric1 by hn own cnretnlly nelectod con Iiitiy irs Sins ami Pettlts Scenic Hpectitum Military MeioDnmu IN THE Ic IVlIlfS frHii Sich KHOWI to Democratic Caucus Urging to the ttittcr Day ot Up roar DuriiiB Wlilcli tlin RopuliUcanl Make Sotno Contested Election disc Reached arid the Coin ulltees PoHltlon Slated WASiiixtiTOv CITV Feb lTlio Demo rath caucus in the houss last night was well attended Holrnan the permanent iucus chairman presided and in taking thy announced that the object of thecau was to discuss a policy for tha govern nicut of tin minority during the present struggle over the rules A note from Ran lall was read in which the exspeaker urged a THE TAKING OFHE CEMSUS PLEADS INNOCENCE The Alleged Attempt at Whole sale Bank Wrecking A car loiwl of Itevjlvinsf Swinry tor tliunttniclou especially Arrost The Wood by Moonlight Iho Grand House P cos tho Lowest OUR DESIGNS flRE continuance of tho fight that has boon carried on for the past threw days He ad tin members of tho minority to stick thoir guns and to lose no opportunity to luspth Republican from attempting to on any of the contested election casaf in tlie abs nu of a now coda oi rules Ran dftll urged the renewal of tha ilHbustoring tactics claiming they wore right and propsr under the circumstances Ho demanded in conclusion that the Democrats should pre vent any legislation being enacted until the njw code is brought in Randal also od vsed against tho plan oE leaving the housa in a body The reading of tho noto was re ceived vrilti much applause Cuilislo Miiltcs n Statement Carlisle madu a statement that caused some urpriso among his auditors Ho in formed the caucus that there had been only tlirco meeting of tbo commitfco ou rules The lirst was held Jan There had no meeting in the committee room I have never received notice in writing said Car lisle of a meeting of tho committed on lules siucj the meeting of congress but I ias sent for by Mi Reed and met him McKinley and Cannon in the speakers room ct Mr Reeds request Wo discussed the rules for about an hour and have had but two meetings since in the speakers room lasting about twenty minutes each I have promptly attended every meeting called There has been no meeting sines last Monday An Informal Agreement Carlisle explained as lie had done in the tost Democratic caucus what was contem plated by tho new code Ho was followed by Crisp and otLiors AVhib somo advised caution in UK of tbo house the eonouiiMis of opinion favored a continuation of tho llyht until tlio adoption of a new code After a loirj discussion I ho caucus adjourned having reucliod no conclusion excepting an informal ngrcjinunt to continue the dilatory tactics of tUj past threo days Instructions and Advice Issued by Super intendent Porter WASHINGTON CITY Feb work of appointing census supervisors is nearly completed by Superintendent Porter He has now prepared instructions which are de signed to assist them in managing the army of 40000 enumerators who will be engaged in collecting the statistics under their direc tion He advises them that in the selection of enumerators political affiliations arc not to be regarded but men are to be select ed for their fitness alone Preference is however to be given to honorably discharged soldiersand sailors residing in their re spective districts He directs that the divis ion into enumeration districts should be made by rural divisions and that the boundary lines be clear and unmistakable Quickly Iii the opinion of Mr Porter the more quickly the census is taken the better it will bo taken and so where two equally good enumerators are to be appointed who will complete tha canvass in two weeks he ad vises that it is better to divide the work than to have one enumerator oK work for a month In the appointment of enumerators it will be found advisable Mr Porter states to select men who have had some previous experience of official duty Township asses sors and other local officers postmasters at small offices country physicians and school teachers are regarded by Mr Porter as likely to prove competent Mr Porter adds that he is aware of no law making women ineligible for appointment as enumerators OLAASSEH GETS THE PUBLIC EAE A Complete of Any Slncly Transactlons Question of Veracity Kaisca by Cashier Colston Iceland j Tells tlvc Stoty of the Sale and Agrees j with tatter in Official Custody Also of the Clear ing House NEW YORK Fjb aUeged attempt to wreck the Sixth National Equitable and Lnox Hill backs continues the subject of interest ia Cniucial circles here Fell tb9 broker n lio solJ the Sixth National securi ties was arraigned yetrday MIC in default of 525000 bail sent to Lucilow Street jail vhereh spent last and where he is likely to stay for a time The latest devel opment hi the case is a statement from P J Claasren the president of the Sixth Kational in which he denies the charges against him in most positive terms and gives lib story of bh xarection with the affairs of the banks Mot a Member of a Syndicate Mr Claasscu says it is not true that I was a member of th syndicate that pur chased a controlling interest in the Sixth Na tional bank It is not true that I have malo On tional banks fiftyone wore represented mostly by the presidents The meeting crushed out of existence at least under itl present ownership the Birth National bank by passing unanimously a resolution ex pelling the bank from the association Claasseus Record Peter J Claassen president of the broken Sixth National bank vas colonel of the One Hundred and Twentythird regiment dur ing the war He hss a good military record His friends are positive that ha will corns out of the present affair with unstained honor They aver that if there has been any irregularity it was on the part of others in whom he trusted Dewenter THE personal loans to mysolf on said bank C tho contrary I have checked on ray oth A CANADIAN DISCLAIMER They Declare Tliat They Are Xot Stealing American Timber WISXIPEO Alan Feb reference to the dispatch printed seme days ago charg ing Canadians ivitli wholesale stealing ot American timber in Minnesota lumbermen here claim that MiunosMans themselves are the principal offender Una of them have been despoiling the north ern Minnesota piny forests for fire years and timber to Canadian mills who had always supposed that the Americans had authority to cut tho timber Buy Their Timber from Americans There are five sawmills at Rat Portage and two of lues purchasa timber cut in Minnesota every year from onfi Binley who is an American Tho KewaliuMilling com pany also purchase Umber annually from another American wliose name could not be The Ontario and Minnesota Lumber compinv of which Dennis Ryan St Tan1 millionaire is the head has iti own limits in Minnesota and gets its entire HATTER and havo but the best workinanahip vocl to leave our salesroom W Wwi Sons FOUGHT THE FIGHT THROUGH Tlio w2 tthSt FIRE PERFUMES FOR THE PAR YINS 12th Street Drug Storo at Sixty acres of the oM BarneU farm 8125 per acre on easy payments Lots alongside of Johusons cddition on cnsy payments other lots 9105 and upwards A desirable residence on eusl way A ikSinible residence on ciist North street A desirable rcsidsncn ou Westside Two residences on Ohio street A doMrabie residence at SO2 Spear street SJ acres in EasKUd For trade farms for city property Wanted cheap residence ou e ist Uroadivay Market and Spear streets For sradtf an orangJ grove in Florida For trade a good horse and for lols rFor trade ehandisc por psrtievilars enquire of M M GORDON Tension siul Heal Estate Agent Elliott Block Loyausport Ind House Ueaclica tlio Contested Elec tion Uccoril of tlio Kow CiTY Feb The show in the chamber of tho houso of representatives drew as largo a crowd to tho galleries yester day as on cither of the previous days and the fylit began again on the reading of the journal Outhwailo insisting on tho reading of llio manuscript iiotes of votes instead of permitting cs usual the reading ot tho names from Tliu Congressional Record The speaker HO objjction to this merely remark ing Let the gentleman have his way McKinitysi motion to approve tbo journal rnil Springers to adjourn follouxxl in their order Springer saying that tho reason he moved an adjournment was to give the rubs committee time Tho Epuker ruled Springer out of order vvhru ha began to speak to hU motion and Springev said there were no rule Tlio speaker said there were thoso governing nil parliamentary assemblies which made a motion to adjourn not debatable Tho vote on adjournment was W to 133 and tho question recurred on tho demand for the previous question The vote was 100 to and amid loud Democratic protests by Bland and others the spealar ordered Democrats present and not voting to bo recorded as such This tettlod tlio previous question which McKin ley had demanded Reed as Tlrm ns a Hock As soon as tho question was stated to be oiCapproval ot tho journal the storm broke out Bland Springer and Bynum moving to adjourn the speaker refusing to listen and tho former making tho air ring with denun ciation of tho tyranny of the chair The Democrats who wore not taking a hand in tho controversy kept up a continual roar of cheers in which part of the galleries partic pated while tlio Republicans joined in uproar when the speaker insisted on his rul ngs and the other part of the gallery audi enco assisted In refusing to entertain New Lamllng for Immigrants WASHINGTON CITY Feb island will replace Castle Garden New York ns tho landing place of immigrants arriving in this country at tho port of New York It may take several days yet to determine the legal status of Governors island Secretary Proctor is entirely willing to permit a ppr ion of Governors island to be used as an im nigrant station and if he possesses the powor under the law to transfer tho control of the island or a part of it to the secretary of tha treasury he is prepared to do so as soon as the neces sary papers can be made out Clarke IJoportLil Confirmed WASHINGTON CITY Fob was re ported yesterday that tiie senate in secret session Thursday unanimously confirmed tho nomination of John ii Clarke to be collec tor of customs at Chicago The confirma tion was not announced so tho report goes bacausa Farwell wanted to move a recon sideration Monday Tlie InterState Iav Safe WASHIXOTON CITY Feb house committee on commerce yesterday signified its disposition toward efforts to repeal tho intorstato commerce law by ordering that all bills with that end in view be reported back to the houso with tho recommendation that they lie on tho table er 1 supply of timber from that state Another company has limits in Canadian territory gion farms for all kinds of mor Springers motion to adjourn the chair said GOT HIS CIVIL RIGHTS A Colored Politician Astonishes a Res taurant Keeper KANSAS CITY Mo Feb lC H J Tay lor the colored politician who was recently appointed minister to Liberia and resigned went into a restaurant hero yesterday and asked for a cup of coffee and pie The pro prietor told lihn tbo pio and coffee would cost him SI Taylor replied that Uio price was all right and tho articles were placed before him Afterward he walked up to the counter took n handful of tookpicks threw 10 cents on the counter arid said Now sue mo for tho rest He walked out of tlio placo before tho astonished pro prietor could reply The latter says ho will sue for the other IU cents as Taylor accepted the price before ho began eating DROPPED INTO A HOLE Houses Over Pennsylvania Coal Mines Nunrly niaappcur WILKESEAKRE Pa Feb Three single houses and a double block in town of Plains about four miles from here dropped nearly out of sight yesterday the cavein being caused by the robbing of pillars in tho old coal mines under the town Tho caveiii is likely to extend to tho cemetery and other portions of the town There had been warning of tho trouble and the people had taken precautions so that no one was in jured llcrr Most Is Ho Freak NEW YORK Feb proprietors of a museum called at The Freiheit office and offered Herr Most the Anarchist S200 a week to edit his paper in their museum Tho proposition evidently was not favorably re ceived for ha denounced them in the most vigorous manner for their offer spurned the a week shouted that tbey could go the H A KlUKGEK UODNE YS TeljphoneNo 63 Calls Promptly fltcendfefl to tliat ho would entertain no motion parlia mentary or otherwise which was mads with a view to obstruction Uynums Vigorous Onslaught During the turmoil Bynum of Indiana was a conspicuous figure He obtained the floor on a question of personal privilege but im modiutely branched off on n philippic di rected agaiust tho speaker and tho Repub lican party Shouting out his denunciation at thotopof his voice lie could hardly make himself heard in the continual din of Demo cratic cheers as some especially wellrounded sentence of reprobation fell from his lips It was impossible in the uproar to catch much of what ho said but probably in all tho his tory of tho houso no member has ever deliv ered himself of such a tonguelashing of tha opposing party as did Bynum Springer Moves an Appeal Upon tho last statement of the speaker Springer appealed wanted to speak but was shut off and SIcKinley recognized for a mo tion to lay the appeal on the Cable Springer protested wildly Tremendous uproiur Per kins taunted tho Democrats with disgrace ful conduct Democrats responded likewise Lull in the storm The roll was ordered to be called and as soon as the clerk began so did Springer keeping up his excited remon strance and defiance until he sank back ex hausted the Republicans jeering The Dem ocrats now held a consultation in part and there was a ghost of order tho appeal was tabled the journal approved and tlie days fight was nearly over All the votes were recorded by the Reed plan nouvotiug mem bers being put down as in sufficient numbers to mako a quorum The Contested Election at Ixast The Democrats seemed to have concluded to rest for a while at this point and Dalzsll quickly took advantage of the quiet and pre sented the report of the majority of the elections committee on the SmithJacksoii case from West Virginia He proceeded to read the report and present the ca5a of the Republicans the Democrats at first showing devil and wound up by telling them that ho ould throw them down not hustle out of his office stairs if they did Crushed and Scalded to Death LANCASTER Pa Feb the Kilken ny Lumber companys railroad six miles east of here yesterday a lumber train in two on a steep grade and the engineer was speeding to avoid being run into by tho realportion when the engine was derailed at a curve and the train was wrecked En gineer L F Crouch of Haverhill was crushed to death The fireman and brake men jumped and had a narrow escape WellKnown New Yorker Dead UTIOA KT Feb H Marks superin tendent of tho Adirondack fish hatchery died Thuriday from pneumonia at Lake Brandon Franklin county He was known i from 0110 end of tlio Adirondacks to the other by hotel keepers guides hunters and tourists and was noted for his good nature The Tuture Status of Canada NEW YORK Feb Gold win Smith cf Canada deliveredan address hist night before the Nineteenth Century club on The political relations of Canada to Great Britain and the United States7 He believes that ultimate annexltion is inevita ble and meanwhile he urges the adoption of commercial union Wales Inquires After I LONDON Feb Prince of Wales sent Oscar Clayton yesterday to inquire after the health of Mrs Langtry in whose case blood poisoning is feared Parncll Issues a Whip LOXDOX Feb has issued a written call to his followers that nothing be permitted to prevent their attendance atithe opening of parliament Killed Five Men LONDON Feb Ealkberg a suburb of Day or Sorb uninterrupted Crisp bavins failed to j threshing machine burst while tion killing five men it then acquits Gen James Jourdan of any connection with the matter and also Henry C Caster QfUc Negotiations with He then gives the following account of his financial negotiations with Mr Leland former president of th3 hank The first time that I ever saw Mr Leland tlio lato president of tlie Sixth National bank was on Jan 23 at 11 a m when certified checks were tendered to him and accepted by him amounting to for which he turned over Ihe control of tlie stock of tho Sixth Rational bank These checks were deposited by him in the Union Trust company and were paid Hence I was not a member of tho purchasing the terms had arranged rnd agreed to before I ever met him On the inorniag of the 23d by arrangement with Mr Lelauu I mat him be tween 10 and 11 oclock at tho National Park bank vaults where he turnd over to mo tha securities belonging to tho Sixth National bank and I finding them correct as per statement furnished to mo by tho chief book keeper of tho bank receipted therefor Something fov Cashier Colston the samo af lerroon or on tho fol lowing day in conference with the cashier Mr Colston I learned that the bank kicked cash means and he suggested and I con with him that it would be well to dispose of from 8500000 to SCOOOO worth of the high premium bonds and hav the cash therefor for tin use of the custom ers of our bank My intentions were to raise the surplus of Ihe bank up to at least 000 and to bo enabled to accommodate our depositing vS a iso to ourselves end with convenience to them I then stated to the cashier that before I would sell any of these securities I would have to con sult with the directors as well as with the gentlemen who owned at least SO per cent of the controlling stock purchased and I did so consult them They also fully con curred in the Haw 1cSl Got Ihe liomls I was requested to entrust tho sale of these bonds by these gentlemen to Messrs Pell Wallack Co who received thereupon par value ot beso bonds to be sold for which they guvo their receipt to the bank which I duly turned over to the cashier Subsequently 201 of these bonds were re turned in cash was paid and for the balance Messrs Pell Wallack Co gave cheeks mostly certified to the bank on last Tuesday Jan 28 But the bank examiner as well as the clearing houses committee de clined to accept tliese checks is payment Accounted for All tlio Bonds It will therefore appear that I had no proceeds from these bonds that 1 did not account for and tlio checks thus far not covered by Messrs Pell Wallack Co are still due to the Sixth National bank It will therefore also be seen that the banks assets were not used to purchase the stock I fur ther desire to say that I am not a director nor vice president of tho Equitable bank of this city nor am I such in the Lenox HiH bank Cashier Colstons Disclaimer In regard to Ciaassens statement that Col ston had been consulted in the sale of the 8622000 worth of bordstho cashier last night atVnst refused to make any reply He final ly said it was false though he would not ob ject to fathering such advico if the inonuy had turned in It is tho general opin ion that all the depositors will be paid in full as to all the banks Cnassen Appears in Court About 0 oclock President Claasseu ap peared before tho United States commission er with his counsel and two deputy United States marshals and the warrant charging birn with embezzement and misappropria tion of funds was read to him It was ar that Mr Claassens examination should take place at 10 p m today and meanwhile he was paroled in the custody of the marshals and his counsel This was in accordance with an arrangement made in advance that if Ciaassen would give himself up ho should not be put ill jail last night A warrant has been issued for the arrest of Janies A Simmons who was made a di rector of the reorganized Sixth National bank EnPresident Jclaudls Statement Mr Charles II Leland former president of the Sixth National bank has issued a statement declaring that he had considered the stock of the bank to be worth neightorhood of SG50 for the last three or four years He says he had other offers for his stock but hell it at that figure He wanted to sell his stock and retire for some time but he wanted his own be got The Sale of the Bank purchasers met me at the bank on Wednesday the 22nd day of January at noon says Mr Leland and paid me the entire purchase price in certified checks as agree 1 and my stock was at once trans ferred and the board of directors reorgan izsd I deposited my checks on the same day and they were paid indue course It was rot until the following day that I deliv ered ro Mr Ciaassen in the presence of two witnesses the keys of the safety vault bos containing the securities and after the veri fication of the list of tho securities I ra turntd them to the box locked it and deliv ered tie keys to Mr Ciaassen as the presi dent erf the bank Expelled the Sixth National Quo of the largest meeting ever h Id in tha clearing house took plaC2 at 1 oclock j es terdtry afternoon Out of sixtythree na Tbo total amount of Minnesota timber sawed inti lumber each year including what is fod by individual to Canadian mills is fect DEATH LOVES A SHINING MARK rite Hero of the 3Iaryuul StiniHR Kcslon CnlHtl to Host iAND Mil 1cb Gar land Mecins rcd years died last night at Mount Savage of typhoid fever Mr Meenis is the young civil engineer who two years ajo mads hiaiselt famous by walk g into the very jaws of death in a success ful endeavor to save liumau life One of the mines operated by the Consolidated Coal company bad been driven into an old work ing that contained million of gallons of water The men vcr apprised of tbo mis hap bv seeing a torrent rushing out of drift The Man for tho Moment Younc Meenis took in tho situation in and started into tho mine alone pgainst the stream which was up to his arm pits Ho found tha minors assembled to gether in a chamber awaiting death Meem told them to follow him and taking a boy on his shoulders startod He guided th wholo party safely out Kinco that Urn Mi Meems has been tha idol of tho coal ro and his death causes univcral sorrow W ii JOHNSON President J F Cashier STATE NATIONAL BANK DEPOSIT VAULTS The Safes in this absolutely Burglar and Fire Proof Vaul are especially adapted for the deposit of Deeds Mortgages Notes Bonds and all Valuable Papers also Jevelry etc i C T 4JL O Ronts are placed at nominal prices of to per year each The Vaults and Safes are fitted with all modern im rovernents and we cordially Invite the public to call and ox mine them EUGENE FllAGEK Pres iind Gcnl Manager AUGUST 11INZ GcnenwBuverlntciuinl Brewing Tho wagon In to run a tho families at ihe following for our pure Malt and Hop Beer in Bottles for so great that we deemed it necessary ii jeody and prompt delivery to supply families at ihe fol JPRIOE1S LAMPSON GOES HOME The Oliio IlculiMiant Governor Accept the Situation COLUMBUS O Feb A personal coi flict was looked for in the state senate yeste day it being expected that Lieutenant Gov ernor Lampson would insist ou taking tl chair When ho arrived in tho charab President Pro Tern Adams was in tho cbai Mr Lampson walked up him and sat dow beside him I am here to preside over the deliberations of this body said he I suppose you soe I have the chuir was President Pro Tern Adams answer Both smiled and after talking of other matters a few moments Mr Lampson de scended aivl took ii scat on the floor of the senate AT hen the senate ctimc tJ order tho Komib licans presented a protest which was reject ed Mr Lampsoii left for homo later in clny linliut lluforui ii New Yurie ALBANY N Y Feb Saxtou bal lot reform bill was reported in the senate yesterday morning and made a special order for uext morning The majority report was signed by tlie Republican members of the committee Two minority reports were also submitted Senator Chase was the signer of one which insisted upon adding to tho Sax tonbill provisions for general registration and portions of the English corrupt prac tices act The remainder of the Democrats on the committee signed tha other minority report objecting to tbo Kaxton bill because of its provision for an exclusive official ballot Grief Caused His Suicide SAX FRANCISCO Feb IFred W Fuhr mau purser ot the steamship Oceanic of tht Occidental and Oriental steamship company commuted sucided yesterday Mr Fuhrman expected to meet his wife upon his arrival in port on Jan 21 Ho waited patiently for Mrs Fulirmans arrival until yesterday when he received word from his friends in tho east telling him that his wife had died He was so overcome with grief that he com mitted suicide Quarts per dozen i 14 Pints Quarts Export per dozen Pints Send in your Orders Telephone No BREWING 60 125 75 LOGfffiSFDRT R B WHITSELTT Dealer in tho Light Running U 1 The Best Sewing Machine Examine this Popular Ma chine before buying Sold on terms to suit by Robert B Whitsett 529 BROADWAY 3O8 BROADWAY Tlie Tailor Between 5th and 6thSt THE MARKETS CHICAGO Jan 31 On the board of ranged as follows opened and closed Parncll Asfcs for Mioney DETROIT Mich Fob Fitzgerald president of tho Irish National league in America received a cablegram yesterday signed T Harrington M P as follows uParnell strongly advises that no conven tion be held bv the league in America at present General election pending urge our friends to redouble their efforts to place us in position for the contest The reply was a dispatch announcing that had been ieut yrstcrday A long TYay to Home LIVERPOOL Feb The steamship Cas pian has brought hither many passengers from Baltimore and Halifax for St Johns the having been unable to make St Johns on account of ice Tha passengers ivere therefore forced to go on to Liverpool ivhere they must stay a fortnight thus talc ing six weeks to make the original 500 miles Dr Seriously 111 CHICAGO Feb Edward McGlynn the single tax advocate who was to have lectured last night at the Madison Street theatre was taken seriously ill upon his ar rival yesterday from Des iloines and by the advice of a physician left IOT New York at p m His ailment is bronchitis Tit For Tat in Canada KINGSTON Out Feb district as sembly of Knights of Labor at a meeting yesterday approved Taylors antiaben bill shultinfout American labor Dissatisfac tion was expressed vrith Powderlys neglec of Canadian interests trade today quotations WheatNo 2 February closed T4Kc March opened May opened closed a February opened closed 29c March opened and closed JIar opened and closed Oats No 2 February opened closed 21c March opened closed Ic May opened closed 224c opened 952K closed S95TK March opened closed Ior opened 995 closed opene3 So60 closed Happens Tlint Vay BEBLIN Feb Arendt the town cierk of Berlin attempted to commit suicide yesterday by poisoning himself Almost simultaneously with the attempt the discov ery vras made that Arerdt was a defaulter his peculations aggregating a large sum Electricity is used in tonic Pennsyl vania coctl mines to draw tho cars up the levels buttons ore Issuing EC enamel and Minted to represent porcelain dot Won a Half a Million Francs PAKE Feb great Tombola prize of the Paris exhibition amounting to half a million francs was won by ticket So The name of the holder has not been ascertained Lve following wre Uie quota tions at ihs Union stock yards opened steady later now weak with prices 6c ower light grades S3flJS3IW mixed lota E rough packing J305S385 heavy ickiu aad shipping lots S3T5JJ395 steady to higher beeves poor air good to choice ows stocked and feeders lOc lower native muttons S37og3CO western corefed lambs Produce Elgin creamery 26 a27c Vtt finest dairy packing stock EggsStrictly fresh HS1440 ice house lOSllc Live poultryHens a ftturkeys 9310 ducks 9aiO geese 500 g doz of Hebron 353 37c bu on track common and mixed lota 25 S32r ApplesGood to fancy bbL Ssu per box Ifew York j NEW YOUR Jan 31 WheatNo 2 red winter cash lo February do March do April May SCJ6c mixed 3TKcash do February do March April do May Oulef No 2 icixed do February 2SUc do March do May 2Sc Bye Dull BarleyXomiaal PorkDull rneas S10D0511 5 for new LardQuiet Febru ary March i6C2 April S827 Live Stock at full former prices but dull ordinary and medium 100 ibs common to good 92609 350 Sheep and Uncommonly doll ordinary to prime sheep 100 The poor to prime steadr 100 CREAM Ita superior excellence proven in of homes for more quarter of n center it by the United States Government Eu live not j New York Cblogo   

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