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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - July 11, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPOKT DAILY PHAROS 16TH YEAE FBIDAY EENINO JULY 11 NO 62 JOHM BRAYS Corner On New Sun Umbrellas Aew Gauze Underwear New Black Lawns and Organdies New India Linens and Victoria Lawns A Full Stock in all other lines of Warm Weather Goods P received frosh everyday Will Curs Your lluadacho 5 GE1NTS S 12thSt Drue Store REflL ESTATE For sale 12 residnniS on Hroailwav For sale 10 residcncxS on Spear street For sale H rcsidinccH c n Norlli street For sale J resiliences on Market street For sale residences on Ninth nnd Eleventh streets For sale residences on Ohippewn and Miami streets For sale residences on Toledo and KacL1 streets For sale lots in nil parts of the city and located iu desirable places for build in t For sitle at a bargain lots on Syca more street To trade farms for cily property To tradestocks of dry goods foi farms To trade a ilefiirable residence with two orchards To trade six lots at Franciavillc Ind for pity property or for a good furm will pny liffcruiice Wanted lots to sell in nil parts of the city For particulars write or enquire of M M GORDON Pension nnd Kstnte Agent Room No i ICMidtl Block Logtinrprirl 1ml P Now Tension Lnw POP All Soldiers Who are dependent upon their own iliily labor for support For Soldiers and Sailors widows For Children under 10 years of ago For ehildren permanently helpless iiml tfor dependent pnrents Apply in person or by letter for iufor nrilion blanks and instructions to jft GORDON Kiluilt Block Pension Agent Jjogiuisport Inii BUILDING AN Of Ditniit Mich CAiMTAI SJBIKHiOlVI In Fivo flii wiuli pur valui1 Nn 1 lim Mian1 numthly puyimnts No cflitsprrSlrri l ill N I Slums pniil I r Invcstimi Shnr MIIICV luiiiifil mi ll only Ilornivvfrs rroei No pfoujinni UlIvKUi l miinmiLf siviinly tutl uniunit of losin OlH lorXKATION Security Economy Profit Equity THE 8TATE8CHOOL Archbishop Irelands Address to the Educators Wr know that u Thin in vector nl tumost Ktpil a itr Uortx wer uiul ami I TIT llON A HOWKI I WM C HKN ISKTT StHrrtary N K Unmir Treasurtr Oi A Urntt riiiou XVI M twi F H HASMKII IloimOfli f li tTf UuiUUntr frbwaM St U H Airt IS F llfnKH HC Speur St JAMES J SHAFFREY Omnty Ajroul tnnl Colle tor i OHUv fourt lunist1 Otliee upenlf daily Su in U l p HI Call or write tor HE TALKS TOR THE BOMAU OHTJBOH And That Iree Public Schools Are the Apple of Ecclesiastical Kye Plea AgnlitBt Solely Secular Edu cation and a AropoBed Solution of tlie Thayer of Wisconsin Sfffiins Rather Incredulous But Be lieves It Safe to Trust the Citizen Whatever Ills Faith ST PAUL July feature of the aational convention of educators yester day was tho speech of Archbishop Ireland on the attitude of the Roman Catholic church to the question of state schools His addoss was entitled The State School and the Parish School Is Union between them Impossible The greatest of interest was manifested in the prelates speech It was a rare that of a Koman Catholic prelate in a convention of free school it was the attraction of the morning session The archbishop was greeted with many smiles when he stepped forward and at once proceeded to read his address in a clear well cultured voice His Profession of Faith He began as follows I will be permit ted at once toraako my profession of faith I declare most unbounded loyalty to the constitution of my country I desire no favors I claim no rights that are not in consonance with its letter and its spirit The rights which the constitution allows I do claim and in doing so I am but the truer and the more loyal American In what I may say to this distinguished audi ence the principles of our common Amer ican citizenship shall inspire my words I beg that you listen to me and discuss my arguments in the light of these principles I am tho friend and tho advocate of the state school In the circumstances of the present time I uphold the parish school I do sincerely wish that the need of it did not exist I would have all schools for the children of tho people state schools The State and the The accusation has gone abroad that Catholics are bent on destroying the state school Never wiis there an accusation more unfounded The right of the state school to exist I consider is a mat ter boyond the stage of dicussion To the child must be imparted instruction iu no mean degree that the man irmy earn for himself an honest competence and acquit himself of the duties which society ex acts from him for its own prosperity and Slife The proposition true in any country of modern times is peculiarly true in America The imparting of this instruc tion is primarily the function of the childs parents The family is prior to the state The states place iu the function of instruction is loco parentis As things are tons of thousands of chil dren will not be instructed if parents re main solely in charge of the duty The state must come forward as an agent of instruction else ignorancewill pre vail Free schools Blest indeed is the na tion whose vales and hillsides they adorn and blest the generations upon whose sonls are poured their treasures No tax is more legitimate than that which is lev ied for the dispelling of mental darkness and the building up within a nations bosom of intelligent manhood nnd woman hood The question cannot be raised hew much good accrues to tho individual tax payer the trenerul welfare is richly served and this winces It is scarcely necessary to add that tho money paid in school tax is the money of the state and is to be dis bursed solely by officials of the state and solely for the specific purposes in view of which it was collected I unreservedly fa var stato laws making instruction com pulsory Limitation of Compulsion Compulsory education implies attend ance in schools maintained and controlled by tho state only when there is no attend ance in other schools known to be compe tent to impart instruction in the required degree The compulsory laws recently enacted in certain states of the union are to my judgment objectionable iu a few of thoir incidental clauses These I am con fident will readily bo altered iu approach ing legislative sessions With the body of laws and their general intent in the di rection of hastening among us universal instruction I am in most heiarty accord The free school of withered be the hand raised in sign of its destruction I1 Objections to Stute Schools After stating that he was sorry that the parish school there was a necessity for its archbishop went on to say There is a disisatisfaotion with the state school as at present organ ized The state school it is said tends to the elimination of religiion from the minds and hearts of tlie youth of the country This is my grievance against tho state schools of today Believe me niy Protest ant fellowcitizens that I am absolutely sincere when I now declare that I am speaking for title weal of Protestantism as well as for that of Catholicism I am a Catholic of course to the tiniest fiber of my heart unflinching and uncompromis ing in my faith But God forbid that I desire to see in America the ground which Protestantism occupies exposed to the chilling and devastating blast of un belief Let me be your ally in stem ming the swelling tidt of irreligion the deathknell of Christian life amHU Chris tian civilization the fatal foe of souls and of country Thoy Jtouft Teach ReHgrlon The stnte school is nonreligious It ig nores religion There is aud there can be no positive religious teaching where the principle of nonsectarianism rules What The school treats of and sea but not of heaven it speaks FURNITURE PlICiS TilL LOWES T OUP Designs but Ihe Best Workmanship Allowed to Leave our SahSroom of statesmen and warriors but is silent on God and Christ it tells how to attain j success iu this world but says nothing as to the world beyond the grave The pupil seos audlistem the conclusion is inevita j bio that religion is of minor importance Religious indifference will toa his creed j his manhood will be his childhood in the school estranged lirom God aud the positive influence of religion Attendance I at school left cio time for proper religious instruction in the the bishop said the school crowds out the work of the j church The children the masses were learning no religion No Tttornls Kcllglon After elaborating the above point he went on Do not say ttiat the state school readies morals Curintians demand re ligiou Morals without the positive prin ciples of religion giving to them root and do not exist What seems to be mor iils without religion is the blossoming of fortunate aud kindly disposed natures or habits fashioned upon Christian tradi tions which grow weaker as the tradi tions become remote To the American at and Godfearing 121 know them to beI put question Ought we not to have in connection rith the school religious in struction That there are serious difficul ties in the way I confess But are we to stop at difficulties when it is incumbent nponcs to reach the goal Secularists and unbelievers will interpose their I allow them their rights I will not im pose upon them my religion with its Christianity But let them not impose on me and my fellowChristians their re ligion which is secularism A Solution of the Problem The archbishop then set to work to give a solution of the difficulty He said the proposition that a common Christianity be taught in the schools would not do that Roman Catholics in fidelity to their princi ples cannot accept a common Christian ity He then said Other countries whose civilization we do not despise have found a solution I instance but England and Prussia I would permeate the regular state school with the religion of the majority of the children of the land be it as Protestant as Protestantism can be and I would as thejr do in England pay for the secular instruction given in denominational schools according to re is each pupil passing the ex amination before state officials wouM se cure to his school the cost of the tuition of a pupil in the state school This is not paying for the religious instruction given to the pupil but for the secular instruc tion demanded by the state and given to the pupil as thoroughly as he could have received it in the state school A Word for Roman Catholics Archbishop Ireland closed with the fol lowing protest Is it fair is it honest to raise the cry that Catholics are opposed to education to free schools tothe American school system I do lose my patience when adversaries seek to place us iu this false position so contrary to nil our convictions and resolve Iii presence of this vast and distinguished assembly to address which is an honor I shall never forget I protest with all the energy of my soul against the charge that the schools of the nation have their enemies among Catholics Not one stone of the wondrous edifice which Amer icans have built up in ttiair devotion toed ucation will Catholics remove or permit to bo removed DISAGREES WITH THE BISHOP Superintendent Thayer of Wisconsin Makes Some Comments When the name of J I Tbayer of Mad ison Wis state superint cndent of schools wus announced the audience burst forth in great applause He evidently was not willing to tuke Archbishop Irelands word for the statement that the church of Rome loved state school unless she had charge of them He began by quoting President Cleveland I tun impressed by this discussion with the fact that n condi tion and not a theory confronts us No discussion of compulsory laws nud their enforcement as mere obstruction will avail The real question is a prac tical one of adjustment and of educational agencies Public schools exist today by the force of laws as hateful to enemies of free schools when they were enacted as are now the recent compulsory laws of Wisconsin aud Illinois It is no more hateful to compel a citizen to edu cate his owu child than to compel him to pay 11 tax to educate bin neighbors chil dren A Question of Americanism He then proceeded Keccnt events in my own state confirmed rue in the belief that onnosition to the free schools is un American i wave it suspicion trial vne ul tra sentiment in the opposition to our free school system has a purpose that is not In harmony with the principles of our gov ernment When the German Catholic bishops the German Catholic priests and the German Lutheran clergy Wisconsin unite in a political organization to secure the unconditional repeal of a compulsory law which has for its scle purpose the In struction of all children of the stnte in the language of this their adopted country I have a right to suspect that there is some thing in the movement that is not exactly American A Significant Opposition This ecclesiastical opposition is signifi cant and gives color to the suspicion that the ultramontane Jesuitical element of the Roman Catholics in America with its an cient enemy for allies deems itself suffi ciently strong in the republic to adopt a more aggressive policy nnd assert the dan gerous and unconstitutional doctrines de fined in the syllabus not covertly in words but openly and defiantly in acts Unless the question that is now up for discus sion is settled iu harmony with the prin ciples of this government there will be a conflict between the Jesuitical hierarchy of the Vatican armed with the syllabus and the American people I am not an alarmist and I firmly believe that Catholic citizens will titka care of that issue if it conies They know the history and civilization of Italy of Spain of Austria and of Poland and they do not covet such Mr Thayer xvas uproariously applauded all through his address Remarks of Other Spenkers The archbishop was frequently applaud ed especially when he declared for com ptilsory educationbut his criticisms of the schools as godless were received with a little coolness O H Cooper of Texas then read ti paper in which he opposed compulsory education and he was re jceived coldly by the audience nnd his views were attacked by several of the speakers who followed him The remfiin der o the session was devoted to the read iug papers on the different methods etc OL education A number of depart meats were opened among them the nor mal school presided over by Professor Parsons of Indiana nojcutt Against Boycott NEW YORK July ll Clothing Manufacturers association of New York has given notice to their 1000 cutters that they will be locked out Saturday The manufacturers state that the step is tacen in retaliation fora boycott placed on one of their number Alfred Benjamin Co Over 2000 persons will be thrown out of work The Racers at Chicago CHICAGO July winning horses at the SVashingtou Park races yesterday were Rinfax mile Delmar 1 mile 143V Joe Blackburn IX miles Hypocrite miles Etrurlia 1 mile i liestroyed i ATLANTA Ga July oil refinery of the Southern Cottonseed Oil mills near Atlanta burned yesterday Over20G XW gallons of oil were released and raa in a stream toward the Atlanta water works The effect on the is not yet known AH Quiet at Superior Dtrnrrn July saloons have been closed at West Superior and the city is under control of Sheriff Wickstrom who has sworn in 100 citizens as special depn ties This force is on gaard and all bauds of strikers on tha streets are 1 persed xae lamtly aocel at IaEe near j Paul was destroyed by fire Thonsday t night It was crowded with people but no one was huit Loss besiides thejpersonal ejfeote of Jhej guests SENATES CAUCUS They Tac About the Tariff and lection Bills A WAEM IGHT THEY PSOBABLE The SlHJorf in Favor of Putting the Election 111 Through if It Takes All Bummerho Silver Bill Beady to Go to tlie Arrangement with England Scjptrdlng Cattle Honse Daucrats Busy Capital Rts WASHKG5X ClTT July Re publican umbers of the senate held a caucus last jght to consider the order ot business forlie rest of the present session of congressiiMticularly with reference to th2 federalelection law nnd the tariff bill It has been understood generally that the Deiocratic members of the sen ate intend t prevent the passage of the federal electro law if possible and that to achieve tfe purpose they are prepared to filibuster gainst the tariff bill and any other which may be brought up for considcnion with a view of prolong ing the sessib and tiring the Republican senators intin agreement to a compro mise by whfc the federal election law will be allow to go over until the next session Exaiuaing the Precedents Members oiihe finance committea who are interestedm the enactment of a tariff law have urgci upon their brethren the advisability d soming to an understand ing with the Democrats under which the tariff bill wilite passed within a reason able time ail the federal election bill allowed to gi over But tho frienda of the election bikhave brought a great deal of pressure to litar in favor of forcing that measure to a pifsage before adjournment and with a testing the possibilities of action examined the rules of the senate record of past contests under similar nles The result justifies them in the belsf that in spite of the fili bustering of tlif Democrats the bill can be passed How It Was Done in 1871 In support of this claim it was recalled in the caucus tiat when the bill to pro vide for supervisors of election was tinder consideration ii 1871 Thurman offered one after another thirty amendments in tended to delay the consideration of the bill and by concerted and agreed action by the Republicans under which one Re publican senator was recognized regularly to move to layeach amendment on the ta ble all of these dilatory amendments were disposed of within twentyfour hours It was proposed that the senate should sit out the consideration of the elections bill if it took three months This proposition was debated at great length A Dijrreision in tlie Debate Frye the chairman of the committee on commerce who has t he river and harbor bill in charge said that he would like to have some determination reached as to the time when it could be considered as he was anxious to get it into conference1 Al lison said that the sundry civil appropria tion bill was on the calendar and it was necessary that it be disposed of an early day An agreement was reached finally lw whirl the tl aifcoMir liill Vl have been under debate for several days will be taken up ngain today with a view to taking a vote on them before adjourn ment and that on Saturday the sundry civil appropriation bill will be called up Kcturninif to their Mutton The discussion of the possibility of pass sing the federal election bill was then re sumed and debate was had under the five minute rule for nearly three hours Spooner Hoar Frye and Evarts all mem bers of the election committee expressed themselves in favor of passing the bill Aldricu the chairman of the committee on rules said that it would be possible to pass it in one of only two by sitting it out as had been proposed or by changing the rules of the senate so as to permit a limit to be placed on de bate Favoring a Change in the Rules This suggestion gave rise to a long dis cussion about the possibility of making a change in the rules Edmunds bitterly opposed the proposition and Teller a member of the committee on privileges and elections also expressed some opposi tion to it A general debate which ensued developed the fact that a majority of the senators favored the passage of the federal election bill at this session of congress and that a majority favored a change in the rules which would make this possible Tnree Weeks Talk on The caucus adjourned at with the understanding that another caucus will be held Saturday night to come to a final determination on the subject In the meantime nothing will be done with the tariff bill A leading member of the cau cus said after adjournment that the tariff bill would probably occupy three weeks in discussion but that the federal elec tion bill would be put through in a weeks time if it was determined to consider it THE SILVER BILL FASSEO irtnal Action on Conference Filibustering In the Honse WASHrsGTox CITY Jnly senate transacted some routine business yestsr day and then proceeded with the discus sion of the silver bill Morgan made 4 long speech against it one of the points of which was the reiteration of the charge that the demonetization of silver had beeil accomplished by indirection The was kept up by various senators pro and I con until p m when the subjjct hav i ing been talked oat the vote on agreeing I to the conference report was taken and re sulted Ayes 39 nays party vote strictly except that Payne of Ohio who was paired with Sherman released that gentleman from the pair although he Payne did not vote being absent The senate then adjourned Williams introduced in the house a res olution providing that the president of the senate and the speaker of the house be authorized to close the present session of congress at 2 p m July 81 next referred The balance of the day was mostly de voted to filibustering by the Democrats there being so many Republican abj senteea to prevent action on the resolu tion to take up the original package bill The Democrats had it all their own way and in their speeches embraced the oppor tunity to attack the speaker who sat and took it all very coolly Finally the jour nal was of that having been made the ostensible subject of the conference reports on the diplomatic and agricultural appro priations were agreed to and in commit tee the land grant forfeiture bill was taken up pending discussion of which the committee rose and the house adjourned LARGE VARIETY FLANNEL SHIRTS AND THE RELIABLE FLANNEL SACK COAT m STYLES OTHER COATS Wyoming Is a State WASHINGTON CITY July presi dent late yesterday afternoon approved the act for the admission of Wyoming as a state of the Union CATTLE EXPORTS TO ENGLAND American Inspectors to Be Stntioneil at British Ports WASHINGTON CITY July Febru ary last Secretary Rusk represented to the state department that contagious ani mal diseases had been so effectually stamped out in this country as to warrant that department In urging upon the Brit ish authorities the perfect safety of re moving the restrictions imposed on the shipment of American live cattle and sheep to Great Britaiu Xego iations were at once inaugurated by the state depart ment resulting in the removal of the re strictions relative to sheep contingent upon action by this government which would prevent the introduction of dis eaHes of sheep into this country An Issue of Fact Presented The British government however per sisted in its refusal to grant any couces l nion regarding live cattle alleging ths continued existence of contagious planro pneumonia in the United States and that cattle affected with this disease had been discovered in recent shipments to Great Britain from this country Secretary Husk met this allegation with a prompt denial and the proposkias that his depart tmmt should be represecced in Great Brit i am by veterinary inspectors charged with the duty of inspecting all American cattle landed in that country The British gov ermneEt agreed to this and three insnect j ors were sent over As soon as proper legislation is enacted cattle will be in spected on this side and properly tagged so i that if disease in the cattle is discovered on the other side the responsibility can be fixed It Seemed a Little Mixed WASHINGTON CITY July During the discussion of the silver bill in the senate yesterday and near the close Blair got the floor and said that after listening to one senator from Oregon whor found in the bill 1 gold standard and to the other senator from Oregon who found in it f reo coinage and to the senator from Kansus was satisfied that it wiis a free coinage bill and to the senator from Colorado who was not satisfied with it precisely he Blar thought he would vote for it Wants a Monument to Isabella WASHINGTON CITY July Charlotte Smith editor of The Working Woman yesterday addressed the house committee on the library in support of thn bill intro duced in the house by Burrows of Mich igan appropriating for the erection of a memorial monument to Queen Isa bella the First of Spain in Washington City The committee ordered a favorable report An Man in Trouble WASHINGTON CITY July Dr John Downey nt one time a promiueut Dem ocratic politician in Indianapolis and for along time a member of the common council of that city was brought up in the police court here yesterday charged with attempting to obtain money under false pretenses He was released oil per sonal bond on Jiis promise to leave the city Pension Applications Rolllu In WASHINGTON CITY July Applica tions for pensions under the new pension law are being received daily at the pen sion oflica The volume is increasing Hatrtn Hwi Tfciaeatimntpo1 thnf about 30000 applications have already been received Authorized to Go Into Ilunklnc WASHINGTON CITY July 1 The follow ing named national biiuks have been au thorized to commence business First Na tional bank of Dayton Tenn capital 50 000 First National bank of Yokum Tex capital nlrtHday WASHINGTON CITY July Postmaster General Wanaker left the city yesterday for Cape May Point to spend his birth day which is today with his famUy He is 54 years of age PYTHIAN COMPETITIVE DRILLS List of tho Divisions on tho Field Yes terday The New Officers MlLWAtKEE Wis July The drill of the crack divisions of the Knights of Pyth ias uniformed rank was continued at Cold Spring park yesterday in the presence of an immense crowd The Mancy division No 18 of Indiana was the first to ettter the lists Austin division No 14 of Am sterdam N Y came on the field next and then came the Erie division of Erie Kan sas They were followed by the Hastings division No 19 of Hastings Mich Sng iuaw division of East Saginaw Mich Abbott division Fall River Mass Ft Dearborn division No 1 Chicago and the Yellow Cross division of Alliance O Tlie flection of Officers Ill the supreme lodge the order of the day was the election of officers As was expected the supreme chancellorship was captured by George B Shaw of BlaO Clrfire W W Black well o Kentucky was elected vice chancellor Eli T Blask mer of Stn Diego Cida prelate S J Wiley Wilmington Del master of lex chequer tind K S C White NushviiUe Tenu keeper of records and seal The KIttamels Will Recover CHICAGO July Mrs William G Rittamel of 592 North Ashland avenue shot in the head by tier who is thoaght to insane is getting along very well at the German lioapitaL The bullet has been extracted and she will recover Mrs Kittatnels husband is also in a ftiir way to recover at the county hospital The wound in his side 1ms examined and found to be not of a nature He refuses to speak of perate act except to say that he justified in doing as he did stuck In a Marah GLOCCKTKK N J July Aavou a resident of this city was found on Tuesday firmly imbedded in the on the ban k of Little Timber creek wlitb water within two inches of his chin It is supposed that he had been in mud for tem hours although he is not yet able to give an account of his muihap fearful experience having re nderea hlift temporarily Insane Lite Weauier Jtxpect WASHINGTON CITY July The following ire ihe Teatherindications for thirtysix from S p in yesterday For Indiana Warmer vealhen enstcrly wiads For Michigan eonsin and Wanner fair weather southerly winds For Showers exeunt in eastern iwrtion fair weather sontberly winds cooler except in eastern portion warmer bog leave to announce to my patrons and the public In general that my NEW STOCK of SPRING and SUMMER STYLES Is now Complete Mv past Standard for FirstClass vVork will be Maintained Thanking you for past favors 1 Remain Yours Truly Equal to any Imported Beer Made Delight ful Beautiful Try CDS Edelweis Beer made from the Best Im ported Hops and the Finest Select Hop Malt to be had Warranted Pure and Old in all Places To Day J UIE1NE1MANN ThP Tailor 3O8 BROADWAY Between 5th and 6th Gts W H JOHNSUR President J P JOHNSON Cashier STATE NATIONAL BANK DEPOSIT VAULTS The Safes in Ibis absolutely Burglar and Fire Proof Vault are especially adapted for the deposit of Deeds Mortgages Notss Bonds and aJl Valuable Papers also Jgwelry etc Kents are place at nominal prices of to t20 per year each The Vsults and Safes are fitted with all modern improvements and we cordially invite the public to call and inspect then Knee Trouble at Lebanon LYXcnBuiio Vo July ex oitement has prevailed at Lebanon county seat of Russell county during the past week owing to an attempt at incen diarism A negro woman was caught In the act of setting tire to a house and Ar rested Two negroes took her part and made threats agninsfc the mayor of the town In the difficulty ensued Tom Kobinson one of the was shot and killed The woman way jailed A number of other colored sons who sided with the two negroes driven out of town mil mixed tltiutfaiWX Texse p tstrony niu uihers and feeders i Colloagh who his from asthma is much better The state senate has to consider the governors veto of the bill to submit the lottery question to the peo ple on this ground that the governor JLU no right to veto such a proposition matter will now go to the courts Tbe Pennsylvania railway has given no tice that in Saturday an increase in for freight men will go into effect Tht j increase faom 10 to 15 per cent v in redemption of a promise made time ago when wages were reduced tint as soon iu business warranted it would be restored The Base Ball Field CHICAGO July at base ball yesterday were as follows League At 5 Chicago 3 Clarkaon and Bennett Luby and tredge At U Cleveland 9 Clements Lincoln and Zlmmer At New York 14 Pittsburg 3 batter and Clark Hecker and WU son At 3 firoCib lyn 5 and Keentvn rnthers and Daly Brotherhood At 1 Pittsburg 6 Kelley Swett Tener and Qttinil At PbUadelpl IT Cleveland ll Cross and GruMt and Sutcliffe At ew York 9 Chicago 5 fnd Swing King and At lyn 8 Buffalo 5 and Daily Haddock and Mack The league had the bent of attendance again yesterday League 8773 Brother hood 4284 Western At Dea City L DCS Moines 9 at 9 Minneapolis 11 at St 8 SL Paul 2 at Kansas City 3 Mil waukee 7 THE MARKETS Chicago CHICAGO July 1Q On the boaid of trade today qnoUtioVis were as follovre 2 July opined Bgc closed September opened closed 90c December opened MMo 2 July opened Wic clowd STHo Angus opened 37c closed September ojwned closed 2 July opened ZTWc cosed pptned close 2SJ4c September WHc eo ed 28c opened E i 111 JO August opened r September opened closed Jnly to75 closed I4ve stock raris vricfa opened ptoCtts sad ibippcrs barlni light grades rough bw packing snd shipping goo to choios era SUOaaan Inferior bxir uce 1 r llnont dariM packing ck Strictly fresh Chickens hens per II roo tfjrb 5c iurkers lots t ducks eeese J4W94IM tloz ftofto per bhl Fair to choice J3OOaS00 Mil Raclue per caw t3OQft350 per 24qt case red qt case p case New York XBW YjutK Joly 10 No 2 red wilier orth do August do September 4p Octo ber Wic CornNo 2 mlxad Aj cash do July do August fljic do Septem ber No cash do Jnly do 3fc Rye and Nominal mess J13603UOO 4olf Aogort 1614 Live Stock Market doJU no trying Uabeeves drtued V Sheep and 8rm and 4c cent higher lor both and sheep ISO HI l675a774 Nominally steady live hogs 1450 100 CREAM BAKING proven in ntOlioiM of homea far more quutcrof century It United Government RB doned 07 tiie of the neat UnircnMM the Pnrot and Healthful Dr Cream Baking rwnfer contain Ammonia UOMOT AluaL   

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