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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - July 18, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPOKT DAILY PHAROS 16TH YEAE FBIDAY EVENING JULY 18 1890 NO t8 30HN C3orner OiN BETWEEN SEASON GOODS From now until the regular Fall Trade opens these goods will be received fresh every few days Having had a very successful Summer Trade and having no need of Clear ance Sales we can give our customers Fresh Goods bought strictly for cash and sold at prices that will stand any test P get Fresh Goods Caffeine Seidiite Powders Will Curo Your HbfKiachG OE1NTS Q RHRL7IIT 12thSt Drue Store FURNITURE PRICES THE LOWEST Our None but thu Jtest Workmanship Allowed to Leave our Salesroom REfIL ESTflTE For sale 13 residences on Urondwii For sale 10 resiliences on Bpenr street For sale i resiliences rn North street For sale 3 residences on Market street For sale residences on Ninth and Eleventh streets For sale residences on Giiippewa mil Miami streets For sale residences on Toledo ami lines streets For sale lots in all parts oT the citv and loratetl in desirable places for bnilil insc For sale at n bargain lots on Syca more street To trade farms for city property To tradestocks of dry goods foi farms To tnide a desirable residence wuh two orchards To trade six lots at FrancisvillC Intl for ciiy property or for a farm will pay ths difference Wanted lots to sell in all parts ot the city For particulars write or enquire of M M GORDON Pension and Real Estate Agent Koom No 3 Elliott Block Lognnsport lud The I7nltel States BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Of Detroit Miuh CAVTTAFSMWKiOW In five hisses cacti pur viilue via Class No 1 SIOO per Share monthly pavmiiits No 2 Tn conts No S V No I Shares paitl for In tulvance No 5 Investment Shares Momy loaned on Hrst mortjriw security only receive full ummmL of limn No preisimi tletlucUii orII FOINDATION Security Economy Profit Equity We know tlmt we urcsent the most IMllu hi Existence both for Itornwer nnil in vestor1 nitd IlirrclorM Vreeidom HUN A HowKll WM r ScvnHiry N K HIUKIK IHAS A IHritii Inloi Ntl Hank liirtHtirs Jim N M K M HASSIKK ciunil l K HoimUIli e ItitUMItnUiliiur tlrisnuM St Detroit Sprciul II It Ajit H UfTlKH Mie Spear St SHAFFRFY County Agrnl and tor Oflue court IHHISU PIHMI duily NJI in lu I p in nH or par ELEMENTAL RAGE The Storm King Wearies Not in illDoing MORE DEATH AND BUIN EEPOETED BtictioiiM of Pennsylvania Ohio and New Jersey Number of IO8t and Much Property Children Kllltcl In One Official Number of Deaths by the Sea Wing of the Cap tain Itegnriilng tne Calamity SOUTH BETHLEHEM Pa July of the most destructive storms that has visited this tection in years passed across Lohigh valley from a northwesterly direc tion at 4 oclock yesterday afternoon It was accompanied by rain and hail and lasted one hour in which time several lives were lost many people injured and a great amount of property destroyed The storm was in the nature of a cyclone and rain fell in sheets Reports from the surrounding country tell of great destruc tion At Hellertown the large new agri cultural works were struck by lightning and burned Iatulltles in the Wreck John Freeman was killed by falling timbers and five other workmen were hurt three fatally Along the North Pennsylvania road the telegraph line was demolished aud trees three feet in circum ference broken like reeds and thrown across tho tracks Stacks of hay and grain were caught up and carried along and in one field in Saucon valley two horses were buried under a mass of straw and suffocated Many houses were un roofed and in West Bethlehem the large new school house was demolished Be tween here and Allentown the storm cut a swath a quarter of a mile wide snapping off tho thickest trees carrying them along At Allcntown the 275foot brick stack at Barbours thread works was blown down In that place there were many houses unroofed Forty Unroofed TKENTON N J July terrific thunder storm with a gale of wind swept over the city about p m unroofing forty houses prostrating 200 trees and loin much other damages Hail of a re markable size fell in great quantities smashing countless skylights and win dow panes The roof of Matldocks pot tery was torn off and thrown Into the cana Louis L Schlagel and Michael Corcoran who were in a boat on the Dela ware and sought shelter under a tree on tho Pennsylvania side were struck by lightning and killed At Otlier Pennsylvania Points PHILADELPHIA July heavy wind and nvin storm passed over this city at 8 p m doing considerable damage to buildings and capsizing a schooner in the rivur At Kastou the storm was very se vero At Chester thu lightning burnud out the telcphonesand caused u panic CAPT WETHERNS STATEMENT FactH Kegnrding the Sea Wing Number of Iost ST PAUL Minn July Weth ern and six of the crew of the illfiated Sea Wing which was wrecked at Luke City Sunday night arrived in this city Wednes day afternoon and Government Inspect ors Ycagor and Knnpp are conducting an Investigation of affairs behiiiiil closed doors Capt Wethern and Clerk Niles have given to the press a statement of the disaster They say that the steamer was now well built and strong that was permitted to carry 2M passengers and that at most there was but 175 on board at tho time of the disaster that she would have started home three hours earlier than sho did and thus avoided the storm but that the excursionists wanted to wait and sec the dress parade No Liquor or DriiiikenncsH They further say that there wits no liq uor on board and that the captain and crew were all perfectly men and men who understood heir business that It was the opinion of all the crew that there was nothing to fear from tha storm that the boat was well supplied with life preservers of a pattern approved by the inspectors that every officer stood to hia post until the vessel capsized and that the barge was not cut loose until that hap pened She was overturned entirely by the force ot a wind that no ono had foreseen or could foresee The official number of lost is at last an nounced and aggregates just eightyfive FREAKS OF A CYCLONE It Klllsi One Mini mid Paints Two Others Three Colors PHOBIA Ills July small cyclone formed north of this city yes erday which was distinctly visible A constant stream of electricity seemed to be poising up and down taking the latter course when the cloud approached the earth Threo men walk ing ou the railroad track saw the storm coining and attempted to escape They woro just crawling through a wire fence when tho cloud reached them Fred Emer son was killed his body being turned black all over The other men Holmes and Gray were stunned aud the bodies of both were found to be striped with bright yellow blue and over the botly of Holmes but only ou Grays legs They will probably recover THE DEADLY LIGHTNINGS WORK ions P Now revision Law For Al Soldiers VYbo are dependent upon their own daily labor for support For Soldiers and Sailors widows For Children under lt years of ago For children permanently helpless and for dependent parents Apply in ptrson or by letter for infor mation blanks and instructtoias to GORDON Pension Agent Elliott Block Logansport In Three Children Killed and Another Per son IBaclly DurmMl XOKWALK O July vi iletit wind aud riin storm struck Monrucville this ciHintr at ti oclock last evening doing terriMe damage Lightning struck Otto Geldncrs house killing three die Willie and were sit ting on a lounge The elec tricity came down tlie chimney Otto was Ixidly burned about the face and body but the other two were not much disfigured Kate Smith a neighbor who was in the house at the time was badly burned about the arms Josephine sister to the treldnor lioys was present but not Fitlul Collision at Detroit DKTKOIT Mich July last evening as the steamer City of Detroit with three excursion parties aboard was just ivitliin the citv limits her steam steering apparatus gave out and she sheered about and ran intothe steBmbarge Kesotn owned in Cleveland cutting her completely in two amidships The mother of the steward was drowned Judge Nicti ols of Batavia O an excursionist on the ot Uutrott was severely injured and his sou and three or four other passengers were slightly injured but were all except the judge able to continue their trip up the lakes Knew Her Fattier Was Dead GCXTEKSVIIXE Ala July King a farmer living near this place was killed by lightning one day last week and at the same instant his little daughter lying sick at a house a mile away was warned of his death King was plowing in a field when a cloud came up and he drove his team under a tree for shelter A flash of lightning struck the tree killing King and his horses Just as the flash of lightning which killed him waa seen Kings little girl who had been sick Tvith fever suddenly sprang up in bed exclaim ing Papas dead Papas dead She was so positive that he waa dead that some of the family hurried to the field where they found him dead under the tree Fatal Train Wreck Near Decatnr I1U DECATUB Ills July sections of a stock train collided near here on the Decatur railway last night John Humes a stockman en route to Greensbnrg IncL with a carload of horses and an unknown man were killed One of the train men was badly injured Bud Dickinsons horse Reality Mark waa killed and another valued at fatally hurt The engineer and fireman escaped by jumping Probably Five Drownisd ALEXANDRIA BAT N Y July steamer St Lawrence returning at last night from an electric search light excursion ran down the steam pleasure yacht Cathlene with ten passengers on board from Bradford Pa Five are miss ing The missing are Mr and Mrs E B Pemberton Mrs W D Hart and Miss Maggie Henry all of Bradford and John Senecal the fireman of the Cathlene Fatal Accident to a Delegate NASHVILLE Tenn July Hastings a delegate to the Democratic convention from White county walked off the second story of the state eapitol last night falling about thirty feet He was almost instantly killed MINNESOTA FARMERS TICKET S Oiven of Minneapolis Put up for Governor ST PAUL Minn July Farmers Alliance closed its session lost night after nominating the state ticket named below After the second ballot yesterday Mr Donnelly withdrew and then after some skirmishing between the various sections the following nominations were mode by acclamation For governor S M Owen of Minneapolis lieutenantgovernor J O Barrett of Traverse county secretary of state N Wesenberg of St Louis county treasurer Eric Mattison of Lac quiparle county auditor P HHahillyof clerk of supreme court F W Kohlers of La Sueur county Tho leelaratioiQ of Principles The platform adopted demands that the war be radicallyrevised especially denouncing the McKinley bill as the crowning infamy of protection insists on government control of railroads holds that mortgage indebtedness should be de ducted from tax on realty favors an In crease in the volume of money and de mands free coinage of silver asks for the Australian ballot system for the whole state holds that United States senators and state railroad commissioners should be elected by the people considers recent supreme court decisions fraught with danger to our form of government and invites to its support all who toil and all who agree with them in opinions Tennessee Democrats Still liallotlng NASHVILLE July Democratic state convention took ten ballots yester day without effecting a nomination Bax ter gained slightly during the day and at the end had something like sixty more votes than when he began The lust bal lot stood Buchanan 719Jf Baxter 35550 Taylor 144 50 Patterson 874 He Married n Pretty Chorus Girl ST PAUL Minn July Annie Smith a pretty chorus girl in tho opera at Harris theatre here was clandestinely married a few days ago to Archie Mather a son of a leading mer chant of this city Miss Smith is the daughter of a Colnmbiis O dressmaker Removed on Account of a Strike TOLEDO O July L Stowe who has been freight agent of the Lake Shore and Michigan Southern railway at this place for nineteen years was yesteir dny removed aud G E Husted of Buffalo was appointed to take his place Tho re moval is traceable to the freight hand lers strike now on here Will Nominate McKlnloy by Acclamation CANTON O July baa been An cided by the Republican congressional committee of the Sixteenth disitrict to re nominate Maj McKinley Cor congress by acclamation at a mass convention next month and dispense with this formality of a nominating convention Sudden Ieatli of a Railway Mnn NEW YOKK July II Trenor general passenger agent of the Chesa peake and Ohio road died suddenly yes terday in the rotunda of the Continental hotel of heart disease He was SO years of age and leaves a family On Park Course CHICAGO July winners at the Washington Park races wens Arundel 1116 miles Anne Elizabeth 1 mile Balgowan mile Huron miles Barney miles Another Gliulstonlan Elected LONDON July Liberal has been elected to parliament for MidDur ham by 2000 majority At the last pre vious election the Liberal candidate was elected without opposition Knglisli Crops Damaged bj LONDON July thunderstorms with torrents of rain have occurred in the southern and midland counties of Eng land causing extensive destruction 13 crops Costly Improvement of Liverpool Docks LIVERPOOL July Mersey dock board have decided to expend J 500000 iin improving and deepening docks of this city Will Be No FiglU in Central America PARIS July Guatamalean legu tion in this city denies that a war is immi nent between Guatemala and San Salva dor The Cloukmukers Strike XEW YORK July cloakmakeis strike is still on The conference yester day resulted in no agreement Aliegneny dry Years Ola PiTTSBraG Pa July City was in gala attire yesterday in com memoration of the completion of a half century of municipal existence Theire was a general suspension of business Banners and bunting were displayed iin profusion Beautifully wrought arches spanned the streets and entrances to the park The day was devoted to general festivity The tTarlda Fair Site CHICAGO July directors of tfce Worlds fair as expected have declined to accept the ordinance passed the city council They have appointed commit tee to amend it and send it buck to the council HE WENT GUNNING A Texas Statesman with Blood in His Eye ATO A BIG LOAD OF TAHGLEPOOT Camps on the Trmll of a Newspaper Cor Seusatlon in the 2ia 1 tlonal Capitol with the Caojes Thereof and A Possible Gory Demo cratic Contention aa to That Mooted Figures Official Miscellany WASHINGTON CUT July novel sensation was experienced at the Capitol yesterday when Representative Grain of Texas put a pistol in his pocket and started on the trail of OBricn Moore cor respondent of The St Louis Republic Grain met Moore in the new corridor in front of the supreme court chamber and poured out a torrent of abuse upon ths correspondent If you ever mention my name in your paper again he exclaimed there will be a thirdclass funeral in this town Do you understand I the tools to do it with right here Crain had hcen Howling Up Perceiving tlmt Crain had been drink ing Mr Moore walked away simply re marking that they would discuss the matter further after Crain had become sober A few minutes later Crain made his way to the house press gallery inquir ing for Moore arid openly announcing his intention to shoot him on sight Moore was iiot in the gallery and Crain was so excited that when he discovered hia in tended victim hnd disappeared he again declared that would shoot him on sight and flourished his revolver as evi dence of his ability to carry out his threats Moores Charjrea Against Crain Grain and Moore have never been friendly and the feeling between them was intensified by the charge recently made in Moores paper that Crain was ab sent from his seat when an important amendment to the federal election bill of fered by the Democrats was defeated on account of Democratic absenteeism In his dispatch Moore intimated that Grain was at a drinking saloon near the Capitol while his vote was so much needed in the house The Texas newspapers have taken op the charges and subjected Crain to savage criticism Some of them have de manded his resignation What the Correspondent Says Hundred of letters have poured in on Grain from his angry constituents and altogether tho congress mans life has been made very miserable during the lost week Before starting for New York yesterday afternoon whither he had been called to meet Editor Jones of The Republic is about to embark for Europe Mr Moore said Mr Crain was intoxicated today and perhaps not entirely responsi ble for his conduct I have printed noth ing but the truth about hia neglect of duty on a matter of vital importance to his people I neither seek nor fear a per sonal altercation with him A Possibility of Bloodshed If I had time before taking my train I would swear out a warrant against him and put him under bonds to keep the peace When lawmakers go about the Capitol flourishing pistols I think they ought to be arrested as other persons are Those who know both men predict that there will yet be trouole over the affair Crain is said to be a fighter while Jioore has had many personal difficulties grow ing out of his fearless journalistic methods in Tombstone A T and other western towns DEMOCRATIC ESTIMATES They Insist That There Will Be a Deficit Next Year WASHINOTON CITV July ques tion whether there will be a deficit next year in the government revenues is one that is much discussed in congressional circles these hot days Democratic mem bers criticising Canaous figures say the appropriations which he deducts are for the most part actually made and must come out of this years revenues If they say a part of the money comes out as ade ficiency from last year it is none the less a substantial sum of money to be paid and that there is a certainty of as large a deficiency in the appropriations this year as there was last They say that the esti mated revenues are and the appropriations most of which have al ready been made amount to 1461000000 without counting the expenditures for pensions under the new bill The Pension Appropriations In the aggregate the appropriation for pensions under the present law is hut 457461 while the actual expenditures for the year ended June 30 last were 939428 and cannot be less this year This leaves a deficiency to be provided for next year of Dockery figures out that the expenditures for pensions during the year will exceed the appropriations by at least leaving that as a defi ciency to be paid out of next years rev enue To Bent the River and Harbor Bill Those members of both the house and senate who are opposed to large appropri atioos for river and harbor improvements are using the very discouraging figures as to the state of the treasury for the pur pose of getting votes against the bill which is shortly to be called up in the senate The opponents of the bill how ever are not apt to succeed The Repub licans vs a pariy are committed to liberal rivjr and harbor appropriations and the bill which is energetically championed in the senate by Frye will probably be passed in the course of time fmceedlngs In Senate and Mouse TOX CITY July sen ate spent yesterday in the discussion of the irrigation question in connection with an amendment to the sundry civil bilL Allison introduced a resolution which went over mating it in orderto put the fiveminute rule in effect on the dis cussion of any or aI amendments to ap propriation bills the motion to be put without debate The house spent the entire day in the discussion ot the land grant forfeiture bill and passed it It is a substitute for the senate bill and it forfeits all land grants opposite to and coterminous with por tions of railroads not now completed The Padrone System WASHIXGTOS CITV July T S Verdi an Italian citizen of this city made an address on the subject of immigration before the house committee on immigra tion yesterdav He denied that the pa system cxlitM to extent in United States and stated that the Italian government had recently enacted a law for the prevention of indiscriminate emi gration The law he said was enacted to prevent Italians leaving their native country in large numbers and also to con form to the immigration aud contract la bor laws of the United States and other conn tries rue President Bnyiiig HemI Eatalv WASHINGTON CITT July Several 3eeds have been recoirded at Kockville the ounty seat of Montgomery county Mary land within the past few days of property bought at a suburb near here on the Po omac river by members of the presidents family One piece of property is in the name of Mrs Hacrison and the considera tion named is The President does to Cape May WASHINGTON CITV July The presi dent left Washington City at oclock yesterday afternoon for Cape May where he will visit Mrs Harrison He will probably return to the capital early next week Authorised a New Bank WASHINGTON CITT July The comp troller of the currency has authorized the Union National bank of Grand Forks N D to begin business with a capital of S1UOOOO ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS Russia has orderea tne construction of four new ironclads for her navy Cholerine is spreading in the Kovnoand Vilno districts Russia Many death have occurred Fanners in Kansas are in despair over the condition of the corn crop The hot wind is burning it up William Giffln aged SO years and hie grandson a boy of 8 were drowned In Humber river near Toronto Thursday The population of Xew iork city ai ascertained by the rough official count is 1513501 an increase of 254 per cent over 1880 Professor Campbell tried his air ship at Buffalo N Y Thursday and succeeded in navigating it in any direction ho de sired Pierre Meranda his wife and throe children lost their lives by the burning ol their dwelling at Quebec early Thursday morning Chicago railway men say they will con test in the courts the order of the inter state commerce commission to reduce freight rates At Monmouth park N J Thursday Banquet ran IK miles in beating Salvators late record of The course is a straight one The president has appointed O S Spald ing of Michigan assistant secretary of the treasury Mr Spalding was formerly a member of congress The United States Indian agent at the Sisaeton agency South Dakota reports that the Indians on that reservation are entirely destitute of food Importers at New York are preparing for the passage of the McKinley tariff bill by increasing their importations of duti able goods before the bill becomes a law Jack Williams the noted life saver at the Atlantic City N J beach added another to the long list of those he has rescued Thursday a boy of 8 years son of Dr Lehman of Philadelphia Murcus Mayer a theatrical manager sailed from New York Wednesday for Liverpool on a bet or a large sum of money that he can make the trip from San Francisco to Paris fifteen days He left Frisco July 9 At thu inquest on the explosion in the hold of the steamer Tioga at Chicago Thursday Assistant Oil Inspector Prager swore that he had found eijjht barrels of naphtha out of fifteen barrels inspected from the Tiogas cargo The warrant upon which the father of Phelps Perrin of Hurley Wis bank rob berry fame was arrested the other day does not charge the old gentlemen with theft but with receiving and concealing stolen money knowing it to be such He protests that he is entirely innocent The Cooperativo IJuikling bank of New York professing to have a capital of is defendant in a suit for and only hud on hand to pay it with The president says the bank has only re cently been started and the stock is paid by installments which is why there 13 no cash on hand Scores on the Diamond CHICAGO July base ball play ing yesterday gave the following scores League At 6 Cincinnati 5 and Bennett Rhinea and Harrington At adelphia 7 Chicago 5 and Clements Luby and Kittredge At New York 4 Cleveland rain and Murphy Wadsworth and Zimmer At Pittsburg 7 Brooklyn 5 er and Decker Terry and Daley Brotherhood At 12 Chicago 2 and Mur phy Baldwin and Farrell and Darling At 5 Buffalo 2 and Hallman Haddock and Mack At New York 8 Pittsiburg 2 batteries Keefe and Vaughan Gulvin and Carroll At Brook 0 Cleveland 8 Sonders and Daily Bakcley and Bren nari Atten 72SO Brother hood 58P5 Wesiern At City 1 Minneapolis 2 at Don City refused to forfeited to Des Moines at St 12 St Paul 3 at 7 Mil waukee 4 A FISH STORY THIS TIME Exciting Experience with a An Involuntary Hath BLOCK ISLAND H I July B Allen an island fisherman had a thrill ing experience with n swonlfish the other day while fishing in one of the Block Isl and schooners ten miles at sea Tiie har pooner had thrown the iron and fastened it deeply into a monstcr swonlfih and Allen attempted to throw overboard the float that goes with tin harpoon He be came entangled in the line and just then the fish made a terrific plunse Allen went overboard with therope coiled tight ly about his Imdy nml the great flsh lash ing the ocean into foim maile off rapidly drasipng the fisherman out to sea Took Allen in of the Wet Allen made a desperate efiMrt to extri cate himself but half the lime he was drawn alone furiously heueath the oceans surface His companions turned to row in this direction he was drawn but ould do nothing else to aid Every one believed that he must be drowned as he went bobbing and plunging oat to sea but Alleni preserved his preence of mind and finally succeeded in releasing himself from the coils of the rope Ha rase to the sur face and floated A few moments laterals vessel came along and inwas hauled on board He was almost completely ex hausted Then the pmy got after the swordfish which was It was the largest swordfish of the season Its weight was 500 pounds The Seiieme Fiitlesj Tlirnncn Bosroy Jnly is iiniiouucLd that the scheme whereby nil the sotla water and beer apparatus interests in the United States were to be amalgamated into a trust and sold to English has fallen through the broker who was engin eering the deal having cabled from Lon don his failure to organize the necessary combination owing it is said to the high price wanted by the LARGE VARIETY THE FLANNEL SACK COAT OTHER FWft STYLES FLANNEL SHIRTS AND COATS beg 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 I Remain Yours Truly xJAOOB EDELWE1S Equal to any Imported Beer Made Delight ful Beautiful Try THE LOGANSPORT BREW GOS Edelweis Beer made from the Best Im ported Hops and the Finest Select Hop Malt to be had Warranted Pure and Old On Draught in all Places To Day J The Tailor SOS BROADWAY Between 5th and 6th Sis W H JDNNSON President J F JOHNSON Castor STATE NATIONAL BANK DEPOSIT VAULTS The Safes in this absolutely Burglar und Fire Proof Vault arc especially adapted for the deposit of Deeds Mortgages Notes Bonds and all Valuable Papers aiso Jewelry etc Rents are place al nominal prices of to 820 per year each Tlie Vaults snd Safes arc fitted with all nvodern improvements and we cordially invite the public to call and inspect then The President Rents a House PHILADELPHIA Pa July exec utive officers of the Pennsylvania railroad authorize an emphatic denial of the state ment that the corporation has tendered the use of a cottage at Cresson Springs to President Harrison and his family The truth of the matter is that the president has rented one of the unoccupied cottages from the Cresson Springs company at pre cisely the same rate that is charged to other tenants complying with the rule by which payment of rent in advance is re quired Tue Meteor Wu lied Hot ROCHESTER N Y July good authority it ia reported that a remarkable phenomenon was witnessed in the village of Naples Ontario county Wednesday daring a thunderstorm There was an especially loud clap of thunder or a report that was taken as such and immediately there followed a shovrer of what appeared to be live coals It iis thought that a me burst over the village and that the coals were the fragments The inhabitants of the village are much excited over the affair Count Conrad Sfxirucrg heir to oue of the richest landed estates in Germainy was accidentally shot and killed while duck ihcotinjj The Weather s May WAHHIXISTUN CITV Jaly HThe fulloting are the for thirtysix hours from p m For Indiana anil I ruir wither prcce led by show ers in Inliina northerly winds lower Tor weather lirly villas lover lem eaturc For Lower M in aai Wisconsin Fair weather northery tvri ia c ia southern portions statio an Wmywlalare iti northern portions For weather north westerly warmer Im u IJitffiKuirs r imerierf ir Hi iliis pic tlck fririuily fresh p r ry lions fr roil lors lots jniim thirds 9 per diw ojatMs Tnis 4V jter choice JW StrawlKTriifi Ratline cholofl g KT aw K Biaok qt caH Ji frjji por COSH1 York NBW YORK July 16 tnt No nd winter cash do do Anoint io JV i ix tlo July 44r do Aujeus Oats Firm No 2 inixol cish 7c do July 37c do Aujjtuit Jisht western ta b Caniwia 9c state WKts Hnrlty Qtiitt an i uncbtnfired Pork Quiet aiwl steady nwsw Dull tasi uly AngiMt ioiw Live Stork CattleFlmi but no trading in I ecves dressed beef Hteaijy native atdea V ffS face p and dull at f rnerpriM abccp cj lX Umbn XoirJnally stcndyi live hogs THE MARKETS Chicago CHICAGO JoJy IT On tlit loaM of Inile torlay quotations wereas follows 2 Jnily opened tCc closd Miiir Septeiater opened 88Jic closed Decemb r opened arii cloned 2 Jl y closed Augus opene 3 closihi September opened closed 8Hc July opened c osed Au gust opened close i September oyenel lo eJ opened I tll75 iloel tlUXk Ansust opened cloned MHM Seplembjr opened tlLIIX closed 1140 August optae1 SjJiSbt closed 15SS Live stock varls HOTS opened active and firm all in terests baying oc higher light grades S3J6 rough pnckiog mixed lota heavy lacking and shipping lots 139063 Si CattleOiarket best steady berea L7S com and feeders JZWa3tO fntueat irtfwty motions BAKING proven in for more thimii quarter of accnturjr It u by tbe United Kn doraed trr the beadt oil the rent Strongest Healthful Dr Priced BaltirHowder not contain Ammonia Ijmror AJtun SoM only u PRICK TorV Chkago f   

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