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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - July 19, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPOBT DAILY PHAKO8 16TH YEAE SATURDAY EVENING JULY 19 1890 NO 69 Corner BETWEEN SEASON GOODS From now until the regular Fall Trade opens these goods will bo 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 arid solcJ at prices that will stand any test P and get Fresh Goods Wiil Cure YourHeadache RHRL7IIT Drug Store FURNJTUKE PRICES THE LOWEST OUP Designs arefvew None but the Best Workmanship Allowed to Leave our Salesroom REflL ESTflTE Kor sule 12 on Broadwa Koranic 10 residences on Spenr street For sule 3 renutencus rn North street bor sale residences on Murket street For sale residences on Ninth und Eleventh streets For sale residences on Chippewa and Miami streets For sale resideaces on Toledo und Hue streets For sale lots in nil parts of the city niul located in desirable places for build For sale at a bnrgain Iot8 on Syca more street To trade farms for city property To tradestocks of dry goods foi farms To trade a desirable residence with two orchards To trade six Iot3 at Francisville Ind fr city property or for a good farm will pay difference Wanted lots to sell in all parts of the city For particulars write or enquire of M M GORDON Tension and Real Estate Agent Room No 8 Elliott Block Logansport lud Now Pension lnw WIND03TS VIEWS The Secretary PoohPoohs the Predicted Deficit SOME INAOOUBAOIES POINTED OUT FOP All Soldiers Who are dependent upon tlieir own doily for support For Soldiers and Suitors widows Fur Cliildren under 115 years of ago Fr children permanently helpless mid for dependent ptircuts Apply in person or hy letter for infor mation blanks und instructions to BORDDN Pension Agont Elliott Block Ijogiiusport lu BUILDING Of Detroit Xich AlTHOKIZED CAPITALSi5tWIWO In Five OusstS uf each yur vuUu1 rhiss No 1 monthly payments No 75 cents por Shure No Mo 1 Shares pnuj for in tulvtime No 5 Investmonl Shares Mimev hnuuM on first moojnijre security only llorrmvers rccenv full umouiu of loan deducted The Present Surplus ignored and One Item of Counted The HOIIHO IScgins the Talk on the Orig inal Packages Makes ithe Amende Honorable of Kugeiie Amend ment for the Tariff Hill WASHINGTON Cm July Sec retary Windoms attention was called to the predictions of a deficit of varying di mensions from to he said ho had not even read them care fully but added that lie ha 1 no hesitation in saying that the government would not go into bankruptcy for some time to come Glancing over the statements hurriedlyhe pointed out inaccuracies in some of them involving perhaps as told iu startling headlines in journals publishing them A Big Deficit A Van iniiing Surplus and A Bankrupt Treas ury and saiii tnat he might consider it advisable at a later day to correct them A Feiv Slight IriuceuraeiitiH One item to which he called attention and winch would go far toward warding oil bankruptcy during the year and meet ing a possible deficit was the of surplus or cash on hunii iu the treasury tho first of the montli which these com pilers had ignored entirely in their calcu lations Another Inaccuracy pointed out hurriedly was in placing tiic permanent annual appropriations at aud then adding the sinking fund charge for the the probabln cur rout years expenditures when as a mat ter of fact the for the sinking fund forms part or nearly onehalf of the permanent annual appropriations This little slip of course helped tlie compilers to tlie extent of 850000000 in piling np the deficit Will Continue to Hay Itoiuls Secretary Wimlom however is not in the least disturbed by such statements and said he had no doubt that the govern ment would meet its obligations readily and promptly during the year So little frightened does he feel at the outlook that he said he not only expected this treasury would pay its bills promptly but would continue to buy bonds ug heretofore if they were ollered at reasonable rates If bondholders got frightened at this buga boo about a big deficit and bankruptcy staring tlie government in the faca at the end of the year then lie might expect to purchase bonds at unusually low prices from people who wanted to realise while there something left in the treasury Tho secretary will probably in n few days prepare a statement that will show the governments resources and revenues TALK ON ORIGINAL PACKAGES Views Expressed hy Several of the House WASHINGTON CITY July the adoption of the resolution to take up the original package bill in the house yester day E B Taylor opeuod the discussion in advocacy of tlie proposed measure He that no such blow had been given to stutu sovereignly and state rights as by the ascertainment that under the consti tution the citizen of a foreign state might take into another state any property that was a subject of commerce and sell it without liability of prohibition Adams Advocates His Substitute Adams of Illinois argued iu favor of a substitute defining an original package of intoxicating liquors in bottles as u ciise containing not less than a dozen bottles and not in bottles as u cask containing not less than five gallons E D Taylor op posed the Adams substitute on Ihe ground that it would turn every local option town ship and county into a liquorsoiling town ship and county by nob of congress Hen derson of Iowa said the supremo court in throwing this legal thunderbolt into tho republic cried out to congress While we believe this to be our duty we believe it is your duty to remedy the evil Prospects ol the Bill Reed of Iowa author of tho house original package bill says his bill will not become a law but that the Wilson or senate bill will pass The latter applies to intoxicating liquors alone while the former embraces iu its provisions all articles of commerce To the senate bill this Chicago packers have no objections as it docs not conflict with their interests inreful canvass of the house fails to show a majority iu favor of the Reed pro position to place control interstate commerce in the states as it is generally j believed grave constitutional questions I would be raied thereby There is how ever a large majority in favor of giving to the states power to nullify the recent decision ot tho supreme court so far an abolishing original package saloons is concerned IN THE LINE OF BLAINES IDEA A Keclproclty Amendment for tho Btc Ktnlcy Tnrltr J3I1I WASHtxuTON CITY July of fered in the senate yesterday an amend ment to the sugar paragraph of the tariff bill to add the following words And provided further that after oue year from the date of the passage ot this act and in tho absence of further legislation by con gress on this subject the president may in his discretion direct that the duties on sugar imposed under the laws in force on the 30th of June 1SOO bo reimposecl as against any nation or country failing to enter into adequate reciprocal relations with the Iuited States regarding tho ag ricultural products of this country anil the president is directed to pursue such negotiations as may bo deemed necessary to secure by treaty or otherwise the un restricted entry Into any such country or i countries of the agricultural products of the United States OlK rXUXPATlOX Security Economy Profit Equity We know that we most Kijuitable Plan in both for Horrcwer Iu and Iirectors Presuhnt A HOWEIL Yieelrvsutcut Wai C BKXNETT Secretary N K KIDDLE Treasurer CHAS A Bruit Union Ntl Bank Directors JOHN M DIVYKR F H HASSLBU General Agent B E Home Office Butler S2 Griswald St Dtiroit Special K R AcX B F RUTLRR 1402 Spear St JAMES J SHAFFREY County Agvnt and Collector OtFictopposite house open daily X a in to 4 p m Call or write lor par ticulars SENATORIAL AMENITIES Dolph Gives Kenyan a Few Remarks to Think Over WASHINGTONCITY July the debate ou the irrigation amendment to the sundry civil bill in the senate yesterday Reagan referred to Dolph as being al ways on the side of special privileges and advantages Doiph wheu opportunity offered responded by saying that they had raad of a who once stootl in the market place and thanked Joel he was not as other men Human nature he said was much the same in all ages was egotism pharisaism and boorishness today as hero had been in all times He defied the senator to polut to any act of his in the interest of the land specula tors Reagan admitted that his remark wasone which he ought not to have made And asked that it be omitted from the offi cial report IeatSi cit Eagreiie Sclhnyler WASHIXUTOS Cirr July Schuyler whose death at Cairo was re ported yesterday was tor many years in the diplomatic service He was attache of several U nited States legations an3 was at one time minister to Greece Roumania and Sarvia He was nominated as sistant secretary of state at the begin ning of the present a d m i n is tration but opposition to his i o n deviIopud in Re publican circles and the nomina MCOENZ SCHDYLEB tion was with drawn Later ho was appointed consul general at Cairo a place he filled to the time of his death SEVEN IN TEEIL The Western Union Crippled by a Conflagration ITS FEW YOEK OFPIOE DESTROYED Tha Congressional WASHINGTON Cm July senate further discussed the sundry civil appropriation bil yesterday and agreed to the amendment repealing the irrigation provision in the Ipvv of 1888 except us to canal and reservoir sites which remain reserved Without com pleting tlie biil the senate adjourned The house after some discussion adopt ed a resolution reported by the committee on rules providing for the immediate consideration of the original package bill and the bankruptcy bill a vote to be taken on the former Monday and on tha latter Wednesday next The debate was continued until 5 oclock when a recess was taken the evening session to be de voted to private pension bills At this session Enloe made the point of no quo rum and without transacting any busi ness the house adjourned The Federal Election Bill WASHINGTON CITY July Re publican members of the senate commit tee on privileges and elections held a con ference yesterday for the consideration of the federal election bill which passed tha houie recently The bill was taken up in sections but little progress was made It is likely that a number of amendments will be proposed when the bill is reported to the senate These amendments will ba submitted to the next caucus of Repub lican senators which will likely be held next week Kluction Contests WASHINGTON CITY July house committee on elections lias decided two more cases in favor of the Republican contestants They are the Florida case of Goodrich vs in favor of the West Virginia case of McGinnis vs in favor of iVIcGinuis Tliu Semite Confirms Soley WASHINGTONCITY July senate in executive session yesterday confirmed the following nominations James Kussell Soley of Massachusetts assistant secre tary of the navy A B Nettloton of Min nesota and O L Spaulding of Michigan assistant secretaries of the treasury Tollupeitl tho Tux on Stiutc Bunks WASHINGTON CITY July in troduced in the senate yesterday a bill providing for the repeal of the taxoflO per cent on the circulation of state banks and providing that no higher rate of tux shall be levied on such circulation than on that of national banks LOOKED LIKE A FOUL MURDER Portions of ji Womans Body Found in a rile lit St ST Louis Mo July box contain ing the choppedup pieces of a part of a womans body was found in the baggage room of the Union station yesterday The box had been in the pile of unclaimed bag age for five months and was without ad dress Part of the hody was wrapped in a St Louis paper dated Feb 16 Tho re mains found consisted of a hand foot the trunk leg and arm bones to which pieces of flesh were clinging and part of tho backbone Not 11 Medical College Subject The condition of the body which was worthless to a medical student points to a probable butchery The head was miss ing and the presence of maggots shovved that the body had not been chemically treated for the purpose of dissection Tha identity of the man who left the box is un known but the police are working on the case They AViyre a Students Specimens has been discovered that tha box contained a medical students speci more Hap Been a Good Investment NEW YOKK July The Tribune says he Firemens Insurance company of 15i Broadway has discontinued business It wns an old and conservative company laving been in business since 1S2 The stockholders will receive a dividend of ibout 150 per cent when the assets are di vided The company retires because its business is no longer profitable Sent to India for Pmiislimont LONDON July Thogreuadiers quar tered in the west end who a short time ago rebelled against excessive drilling have been summarily deal with The war office took cognizance of the matter and the regiment has been ordered to India for wo years sailing on Tuesday next Their colonel is a martinet and popular sympa thy is with the men Adventure fur the White House Family CAPK MAY N J July evening a horse driven by a hoy ran away on Washington street just as the presi dents carriage containing Mrs Harrison Mrs McKee and baby McKee was pass ng The runaway barely missed striking the Harrison vehicle causing grout excite ment on the crowded thoroughfare Mrs McKee swooned and a number of specta ors hurried to her assistance but she ral ied in a few minutes and the White Iouse coachman drove rapidly to the rlarrison cottage Tennessee Democrats Harmonize NASHVILLE Tcnn July John P Buchanan president of the state Farm ars Alliance was nominated n the state Democratic convention yes erdsy by acclamation Taylor and Pat ersou withdrew in the interest of har mony Buchanan is a farmer by pro Cession but has been a member of the leg slature for three terms Hon B J Lea f Haywood county was selected for su preme judge Died of Asiatic Cholera KANSAS CITY lUo July special rom Atchison says that Mrs W R Bish There j wife of a wellknown citijren died Thursday of Asiatic cholera It was a sporadic case and it is not believed that liown there is any danger of more cases appear ing A NliieStory Building Aflame and Seveu Persons Imprisoned ou the lant Itescue bv Firemen Just in tlie Nick of the Circuits Burner Out and liusinest at tlie Exchanges Paral yzed Irreparable Loss of Many Val uable Papers NEW YORK July Western Un ion telegraph building caught fire at 7 oclock yesterday morniug The battery room on the sixth lloor the operatingroom cm the floor above and the restaurant on the ninth floor were completely destroyed and seven lives were miraculously saved Tbe fire broke out in the checkingroom on the floor below the operatingroom Some flfiy of the operators men and women were iu the latter room and made a hurried exit getting throngh by the skin of their teeth so rapid was the spread of the flames aud stifling smoke Seven Lives In Peril After they themselves were out of dan ger the escaped ones thought of seven persons four women and three men who were in the restaurant on the floor above the operating room it was impossible to reach them from the inside of the build ing but the imprisoned people succeeded iu reaching the roof through the trap door Under the eaves of the big building the flames were shoot ing and the edifice seemed to be crowned with fire When the great crowd of people on the streets saw the men and women rush out on the roof a cry of hor ror went hp for if seemed impossible that they could escape the fire burning be tween them and the street Surrounded by a Sea of Firo Screaming women ou the roof wrung their hands and men cried out For Gods sake do something to save usl The first engine had arrived before the terri fying events transpiring on the roof were made visible to the crowd gazing upward from Broadway Soon a volume of water WHS pouring into the burning building aud the sounds of crackling aud breaking timbers was acded to tlie confusion of the scene In a few minutes there were four teen engines and hook and ladder com panies and a water tower on the ground Water poured in through the flaming windows and beat down upon the roof But the lamas were stubborn iu spita of the tons of water poured upon them Saved by tlie Fire Lnddics Finally o long ladder was rushed upoin a roof next the burning building and placed against the rear Jt did uot reach within fifty feet of the roof of the big telegraph building Uu launtjd however two fire men scaled the ladder to the top They then threw a rope to the roof It was caught and tied by one of tlie brave girls who seemed uovur to lose her nerve Tho two firemen pulled themselves lip hand over hand until they reached the top and amid cheers from a thousand throats from below they let the seven down to places of safety It was accomplished just in time for flames burst up through the cornice and soon enveloped the roof The Fire Subdued A perfect torrent of water was poured into the Building from every point of vantage available and in due time tho names were gotten under control and an opportunity given lo sou what damage had been done The entire uppar part of the building used by the Western Union find Associated Press was a ruin All the costly instruments and batteries were de stroyed and nothing left except the bare walls The building was supposed to be fire proof a supposition that dont go just at this writing It was a mercy that the fire broke out when it did If it had occurred an hour later the loss of life would have been fearful as 700 men girls and boys are employed daily on the floors which were destroyed Some Jirepnrnblc Losses The Associated Press loses instruments typewriters furniture and all its books papers and records dating from and a valuable reference library This loss is irreparable All the material for a history of the growth of the press in America contained in letters books and files is destroyed and can never be re placed The money value is estimated at 515000 There is no insurance William Henry Smith is personally a heavy loser by the destruction of rare books and pa pers many of which cannot be duplicated iVmong these were hundreds of rare pam phlets collected by Stevens in Europe which Mr Smith supposed were secure in this lireproof building An extensive correspondence of great value was also consumed Kffect on Ktisiness The effect on business in this city was to knock everything flat There was but one other company that had wires into the Postal this could not begin to do the work imposed upon it At all the exchanges business was vir tually suspended There was no news from anywhere The Western Union offi cers immediately set to work to reestablish communications and divided its operating force among the sub offices at Twenty third street New York Jersey City Brooklyn and Weehawken from which bnsiiuess will be done tempor arily The Associated Press is at the Pennsylvania depot Jersev City After today it will be at 415 Broadway With the best efforts of the company busi ness will be crippled for some tiiiie All the circuits were destroyed and the great switchboard the largest in the world was totally wrecked The fire was proba bly caused by crossed wires Tlie British Fleet at Esqnimault XFW YORK July Hi special to The Herald from Victoria B C says II M 3 Warsprite flagship of the Pacific sta tion with Rear Admiral Charles F rlotham on board arrived at Esquimanlt Thursday afternoon Admiral Hotham was saluted fifteen Runs by H M S Champion and the Warsprite responded She now lies anchored near the ofcher war ships in Esquimiult iiarBBr and the six vessels present an imposing appearance Immense Storm Havoc in July amount of dam age done by Thursdays storm in London ind south of England is enormous The streets in many localities were submerged i and houses and shops were flooded Enj tire stocks of valuable goods are ruined Cn the various towns in southern England i similar damage was inflicted and in some i WALKED OVER A CLIFF Fatal Result of m Trip Through Kea tucky In the Dirk EVASSVILLE Ind July strange and horrible story of death comes from Breckinridge county Ky Last Saturday night four young Hendricks Jolly and two others whose names were not their homes at Sam ple to go to a party at a farm bouse not far away Their route lay through a dense body of woods and the night being very dark they were soon lost Went Into an The country in the neighborhood of Sample is filled with cliffs that are in some instances nearly 100 feet high and in their aimless wandering in the dark the young men came to one of these cliffs fifty feet high Uendricks and Jolly were before the others and without a symptom of warning they walked over the cliff The made by their fall ing together with their cries as they went down to dealli were heard by their companions A Night oi Terror for Two They at once what it all meant and to save their own lives they sat down where they were veil knowing that any movement on their part would briny them to the same awful fate They sat there in the utmot terror the whole of the night and whim moruiug came they descended the clifl by a circuitous route and found that the fall hod killed Hen dricks probably instantly Jolly was still alive but was fearfully bruised and mangled so that lis recovery was looked on as impossible BLOODY AND FATAL FIGHT Angry Kugage In GuuPlay with Deadly Kffect BIRMINGHAM Ala July Age Heralds special from Tuscumbia Ala gives an account of a bloody tragedy which took place there Thursday The terrible affair arose from some old family feud originating in an insult to a lady John W Goodwin and Ptte Challen heavily armed came to Tuscumbia Thursday morning and met Judge John A Steeleiu Aberiiathy Currys drugstore Judge Steele was unarmed but his sou John Steele Jr CMUC in soon after and in an instant he and Goodwin drew their pistols and opened fire 1our Men Catch Bullets Steele fell dead shot through the bead At that moment Tom Steele another son of the judge appeared with a shotgun and opened fire Ooodwiu and Challen re plying with pistols The firing continued until all cartridges were exhausted when it was found that Goodwin was mortally wounded in the shoulder Tom Steele shot in the leg and Tracy Abernathy one of the proprietors of the store was left with a shattered arm He was trying to stop the fight All of the parties are highly connected ABBREVIATEDTELEGRAMS Dr Peters the German African explorer has reached Zanzibar The New Yurk eloiikmakers are again Hearing an end of their strike The grand lodge ot Knights of Pythias closed its session at Milwaukee Friday Eugene Schuyler United States cousul geueial at Cairo died iu that city Friday Hev D F Bair a prominent resident of Knox county Illinois died at his home in Henderson township Friday of pneu monia aged 03 George Duflield an aged farmer living near Harlingen N J dangerously shot his grandson Friday and out Lis own throat fatally Johu Guest a prominent man among the miners at Streator Ills has been missing since July 15 and fears of foul play are entertained Alexander Yahon a French Canadian is in jail at Seattle on a charge of having married four women all of whom are alive and uudivorced Thieves at Saratoga N Y entered the cottage of Mr Bliss the law partner of Vice President Morton Thursday and stole worth of jewelry Mose Johnson under arrest on a charge of highway robbery jumped from a train near Bath Ills and got away in the dark ness Friday night He was handcuffed at the time A package containing f3 000 mysterious disappeared from the custody of the United Slates Express company Thurs day night between Milwaukee aud Hur ley Wis und there is no clue The Catholic a Homan Catholic paper published at Milwaukee is oppos ing the boom of Mayor Pratt of Oshkosh for the Democratic gubernatorial nomina tion because Pratt is a supporter of the Bennett law Because as they tllege the iron is of bad quality 5O men in the American iron works at iutsumg have struck As the strike is directly in violation of the Amal gamated association rules the strikers will have to play a lone hand About SO striking cigar makers at Binyhamton N Y made a riotous demonstration in front of a factory oper ated by nonunion men and the latter had to be escorted home by police the mob following and abusing the Henry HJHberg of Independence la believes he is heir to the fortunB of John Brand who died in Amsterdam Holland 100 years auo The government converted his property into money there being no heirs and it IIHS i ctnmilatod until now it amounts to 1OU louO ovi rniir Lloies of Iowa has commuted of Fred Munchrath of Sioux City to ilirec months in the penitentiary imchiiiia wis the only one of those ac used of the murder of Kev Haddock who was convicted ilis sentence was four yoars in the penuetiliary The gival Union stjk yards deal by vhieh Uiat enterprise goes into the control of tinPennsylvania raii company and interests las Mvii closed The old owners get nd the new compuiy will ssue bonds and stock to the amount of LARGE VARIETY A Labor Agilator Ordered Out ilsxEAiisLis Minn July tribunes Eiu Cliire special says The strikers ut ufsix of the savr mills shut dnva rviurued to work yester Aboul 4K men are still out ibut hey show signs of weakening Agitator Frye of Duljtli attempted to address a nasmeetini of wurkiagment Thursday liyht but was driven out of the hall Yestenliy he left town by order nt that they will have to be torn The Racers at Wasltington CHICAGO July at Washing ton park course yesterday were taken by the following horses Laura Davidson 1 mile J 1116 miles Palflena mile Nevada 1 mile 70 yards Long Shot 1 miles An of Orfppe PABIS J uly 19 Th influenza is epi demic in St Louis the entire population of the place being affected Business in the p ublic departments is sus pended Stanley Improving in Henltii Sirs Pamell Seriously 111 BOFDENTOWN N J July Par j nell mother of the Irish statesman is suffering from cholera morbus and u to her bed Owing to her age and general poor condition of health her j illness ii considered serious i Cost Him a Bronze Medal I LOSDOS July sensation was 1 caused yesterday at the national rifle con test when Bisley Reid who won the first THE RELIABLE FLANNEL SACK COAT OTHER STYLES FLANNEL SHIRTS AND COATS If SPRING AND 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 HE1RZ Equal to any Imported Beer Made Delight ful Beautiful Try s Edelweis Beer made from the Best Im ported Hops and the Finest Select Hop Malt to be had Warranted Pure and Old Do Draught in all Places To Day W N JDNNSDN President J F JQHSSDN Cashier STATE NATIONAL BANK DEPOSIT VAULTS The Safes in this absolutely Burglar aud Fire Proof Vault arc especially adapted for the deposit of Deeds Mortgages Notes Bonds all Valuable Papers also Jewelry etc Rents are place at nominal prices of to 820 per yenr each The Vaults and Safes are fitted with all modern improvements and we cordially invite the public to call and inspect then J m EN EM ANN The Tailor 3O8 BROADWAY Between 5th and 6th Sts The National dime CHICAGO July scores on the biise ball field were as follows League At 17 Pittsburg 7 Column Osborn and Decker Lovett Daly and Bushong At 0 Cincinnati 3 batter ami Bennett Daryea and Harrington At Philadelphia Phil adelphia 8 Chicago 2 Viclkery and Clements Hutchison and Kittrirtge At Xew game NTew York i Cleveland 5 imd Clarice Lincoln and Zimraer Sec ond game New York 9 Cleveland 5 bat Rusie and Clarke Beatiti and Zimmer Brotherhood At delphia 13 Buffalo 2 and Mulligan Keefe ami Mack At New Xew York 10 Piftsburg 2 batter and Vaughan Staleyand Car roil At 13 Cleve land 4 and Kinalow Gruber nod Sutcliffe At 0 Chicago 5 and Murphy Barston Farrell and Boyle At Des City 2 Des Moines 1 at City 1 Minneapolis 2 at St 5 St Paul 3 i Sheep Market steady iro iu e Huttor Finest ereimerles i i i r 3 finest lariii llftlSsj pockln itjck Kgyit Strictly fresh u r doz IoultryChickens hens IHNJh roo tcrs Oc tnrkrvB mixed Iota linns ducks geese per Rose per bbl to choice perbbl Kacfxie SlSl30 per 15qt case H usptwrrles H per 24qt red J1753JOO qt cose per case New York NEW YORK July IS 2 red rlnter 984c Dom Inal do September 8Hc December i 2 mixed caaa do Septev ber do October 46ic No 2 mixed cash He BarleyQuiet and unchanged I mews H2V531350 July 1601 AllffliSt Live stock fairly active at former pricea poorest to best native i i bulls and dry fc12Xa323 Sheep and i Uinbf shade lower I 1 fcs lambs S60037J3 Horn Nominally Heady live hogs t4iOifrt30 V TOO LOXBOX July is Improving prize last year fired his last shot at the in health He takee a short trelk every i wrong target He madfi a bulls eye bat day the error lost him the niedaL Ink financial Difficulties NETV YORK July McCormick Connelly rffe Co leather manufacturers at Newark J are financially embar rassed anoi a receiver has bften applied for The liabilities of the firm are estimated at H600X and the assets it 3200000 Iay jsxpect WASHINGTON Cm Jaiy following are the weather for thirtysis liours froca d p m yosterdar For Wnrcier fair weath r easterly winds For Inrliana iUiuois a ad arme fair weather winds THE MARKETS Cuicugtt CHICAGO July 18 On the board of trade today quotations were as follows 2 July opened coSrfl tif rVntejner op ne 1 S856c closed iteejiiu r opened cloned f 2 la y 7jc closed 6c Angus opened closed September opened 34c closed o 2 iluly opneil H c osed c3c Au gust c fnd close i 30c September me 2Sc lo ei opened 3K4 t Ansmst opened 11040 j closed i openrd clewed S10K August opeae 1 closed Uve stoclt yards Host Market opened active and strong snippers aivaacc later easier at yesterday1 priets light 395 ronvn padtiag mixed lots S8SO heavy pack ing and shipping Ca Incln iing W head of Tezana lat ter stronger sieadT SUU CREAM WKIH6 nipcrior excellence proven In mllUoM at bond for more thane quarter of a century It M by ttae United Government dotted by tke of tte Unlreratttw M the StrooeeM and matt BaalthAiI Dr Prteet Cream BHktnc Fwdcr 4ow not conttklK Auuuootafc OF xte4d OBly   

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