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   Davenport Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - January 26, 1895, Davenport, Iowa                               TRIBUNE PUB'KS. SATURDAY JANUARY CKS CASE REPORT I C N ALLISON'S 'PLAN. Committee Completely Ignores the Impeachment. GOLD RESERVE Sttlo of Gold For Export j report on the Kicks case submitted to the house to-day by Representative Harrison of Alabama waft very terse. The commit- tee reported that have made dili- geqt inquiry touching the hare lit ken testimony through a subcommittees at Cleveland and in the city of Washington by ihe committee as a which testimony embraced all the evidence tendered by both The co-iimittuc then recites the resolution adopted by the judiciary censuring ihc fee without making further comment. KKSKKVK Cfirlfole Authorised the of Gold for Jan. The secre- tary of the treasury has authorized the sale of gold bars for export on the payment of n. premium of one of i per cent to cover the cost of manufacture and and this morn- ing was taken on those There was also with- drawn in coin and additional was engaged for export to- morrow. making the total to noon Tins leaves the gold coin on above the amount of outstand- ing goM The treasury oflicials. do not regard the amount of coin on hand received on deposit for gold certificates as sacred to their rcdompjion. but will to pay out gold coin in domain Tor legal len- ders. It is deemed amply sufficient. that there is enough gold in either coin or bars to meet the demand on jroltl ceriifk'UtaK. While the situation is regarded as a very trying there- is no thought of anything- -so serious ns to involve the credit of the govern- which the secretary will fully maintain at nil hnxards. .Ian. .20. Creek gold in the form of refinery burs is finding its way direct to Paris and Amsterdam. The managers of the Lawrence re- duction operating in the Crip- ple Creek received returns yes- terday from a consignment so sold in Xew York and while the pre- mium is less than I per yet ii amounts to something in these days of small mnrjrins and close caleu'ations. The Lawrence works are but following the example of other refineries in the west in supplying the New York de- mand for gold bars for which the treasury officials have re- fused to supply. Of course the local branch mint loses business while this movement lasts. in Avoid wn Kxtra SfSPirm of .Jan. extra session is nl most a certainty if we do not Mmieiliing to relieve the treas- ury ttt lea.it temporarily before tlie ad- journment of the fifty-third congress. Under the I am inclined to believe in the' closing clays of the session some such plan as that suggested by will be agreed upon by both houses. Neither the republicans nor tlie democrats want an extra session and the Allison plan is practically the only one of the scores thus far submitted which is dis- tinctly a temporary expedient and yet at the same time fa a plan which does not disturb existing conditions noi precipitate any fight on gold national stai or any other of the dispute This statement was made by a member of the senate finance com znittec and later in the evening was re pcated substantially word for word one of the leading members of tin ways and means committee of tin house. What is known as the Allisoi plan hus not yi t gone even to the ex- tent of being pun into bill form and i- so far based on statements made to newspaper correspondents by the Iowa senator. Continuing the subject Sena- tor Allison as I originally outlined was in two embracing UK- issue of treasury notes and of boncK It is tlie treasury note feature alone which 1 consider necessary to relieve tlie treasury from its present embar- rassment. 1 iii thai the treasury shall issue running and three or possibly Iwo and threeyears. in about equal proportions. The inter- could be fixed at per or per or whatever rate would suillcient to lion I the notes without ditliuilty. They would not disturb ex- isting- would not re- open any currency question. 1 think a limit of would be ample to cover the deficiency for the coining year. These currency notes from the cerlilieates of indcb for which there was such a rush in IKE I Brooklyn Trolley Cars Roads Run Again. SILVER SUPPLY WAS LOW- STRIKERS ADMIT DEFEAT. Ninth Jtcglineitt Ordered Ilomu and the May be Sent to Xow UNDERTAKERS AT WAR. for tho.se Were exchangeable for bonds. interest bearing treasury nof.es which I propose to permit the secretary of the treasury to issue urr simply to forestall future revenue. If the revenue of the government is not sufficient within year or two to pro- vide for the payment of tJies.e notes it would be a simple matter to adjust the tariffs or internal revenue laws so a-- fco provide the necessary money. The question of issuing to maintain the parity be- tween gold and silver is u dis- tinct thing. Tlie secretary of tin- treasure under the existing law n issue those bonds at 5 per or a col interest rate of about 3 per cent. tlio bond feature which concerns i.h- question of keeping up Ihe parity be- tween the precious metals only is en- tirely distinct from the proposed treasury as they concern only the deficiency caused by luck of reve- nue to supply the ordinary expendi- tures of the government. I haw not put my plan into the form of a it is a suggestion KMOIVH Wlioro Taylor CftAWFOItliM'JM.K. I Jfiti- John 0. justice of the peace and ex-county superimlendeiat of Montgomery claims he has the defaulting treasurer of South located near Crawfords- ville. He says he is ready to deliver him up and get the reward. PiEKRK. S. Jan. General Crawford left for Chicago last nisrht. Fanner Head of a KunniiR County Will Ilcrciiftcr Bo Interroil Frue. KANSAS Jan. the line in Kansas at the county poor tlie pauper dead is playing- an important part in a war now going on between the local undertakers there. ReCenily the Sawyer Undertaking com- pany was awarded the sole contract of burying1 the county's and a result the other competitors have declared that rather than allow this they will do the work for nothing. Kef ore the present differences the com- peting- undertakers made each pauper's death the cause for R fight and often snatching the bodies from one another in their engerne-s to get the fee. To put a stop to such work. Coro- ner Stevens opened bids for taking care of the the lowest bidder to receive the contract. When the Sawyer company was given the con- insinuates fnhely that ir. received tract ihc other firms set up a claim of asserting that this company's bid was not the lowest. Until the difficulties are amicably settled the dead pauper must naturally prove to be an important much sought by many and a source of saving- to the couutv. HncoKJ.v.v N. .Ton. 25.--Tin- trolley strike is nearly'over. To-night may see the .strikers declare themselves beaten and returning to work as in- HS the railway compnnu1.- say they may. and not through the .treaties oc the executive commit- tee. Trolley ears arc running _ on nearly all the though not the full complement. bill tin- great tie up has been broken. The situation has become so serene that the Ninth regiment has been ordered there is every likelihood that before the clay is over the in command of Col. may be ordered back to New York. The sol- diers will be glad to be relieved front duty. Since midnight tlio only trouble caused by the strikers was the cutting of which did not seriously affect the running of as the companies have been able to replace many inc-n who went out on the strike. Police Commissioner Welles nas made an investigation into the shooting of Thomas was shot on the roof of a house in Hicks street yesterday after- noon and died in the Long Island Col- lego The commissioner re- fuses to make public the nature of ihe but ii is believed in police cir- cles that he has arrived at the con- clusion that the killing was an war- ran toil. is .supposed to be a dynamite cartridge was picked up this morning by a man who brought it to the first precmcL station house. The man said he found it at the corner of Flatbush avenue and Fulton one of the busiest stations of the city and where several car lines pass. The object was on tue cur track. U was covered with a coating of hail it fubc at one end and is about live iucheo long. U he police immeaiateJy it 10 I'oliue Superintendent who'decided to..send it to thu navy where an examination will be made. The argument in the case of Joseph Leaner against the Krookiyn ileiguts asking for a mandamus u Jieura bol'orc Justice Guynortuis morn- ing. After tlio arguments had closed Judge taid tiiat he would give a uucisioii some time during1 the alter- noon. The decision will determine whether the writ shall be peremptory or simply alternative. Justice Uaynor reserved his decision this morning in tne habea-s-corpus proceedings lo release men in the stables of the Brooklyn Heights Kuilroad company und in the armories. There is a howling mob in front of the Seventh precinct station at tireen i-'aim. surrounding a string of cars which have be'bn descried by the motor-men. The police are absolutely powerless. -Most of the patrolmen are on duty at the stables sonic distance away. The crowd is amusing it-self by smashing1 the windows of the stalled Carlisle's SluliMiirnt Concerning1 Whltn Jlctlul In Made Public. .Tan. interest- ing fragment of financial history is found in the of Secretary Car- lisle's recent ajp.-arance before the ways and means committee. Mr. Sib- ley of in the course of' an informal said to the your reply to the senate resolu- tion asking1 why the treasury had re- lo give silver in exchange for you replied to the effect that you had no free silver. Has the silver ac- cumulated since that do not remember date of that i the .secretary answered. was Aug-. Mr. Sibley. the summer of Secretary Carlisle an oversight of the assistant .treasurers throughout Lhe United silver dollars were paid out to meet the extraordinary de- mand which then existed for small currency to such an extent that we in more silver certificates out- standing1 than we had silver dollars in Jie treasury. When J discovered the fact it was coursc.at once. The ten subtreasuries are scattered throughout the not being- in com- munication with each when the people demand silver dollars on ac- count of great necessity for small cur- rency they paid them out frceiy an it was discovered that they had done so to such an extent that outstanding1 silver certificates to the amount of be- tween and had DO silver loft behind them. That at a time when small currency was at a At another point in the the secretary having said that it had been his experience that the kind of money paid out by the treasury was the kind received Air. Breckin- ridge amount you pay out is not so much larger than the amount which by you get is to be about the Secretary Carlisle in we are not falling- TENDER TWELVE MEN. Defense WITH THE Tii ANOTHER PLUNG'E tN AT CHICAGO. WHEA1 Export Clearances Still rn Tho Market Itiillies und Ftilltt Follows Wheat ll Strofii. Oulct. Jau. There was plunge in wheat this morning. Tho breal- vay pried was under extreme ow point esterday. This put the market off frotn the closing price on Saturday last. Tb o makes' an average los in the price of about Ic a dny for the week so far Livorpool was iteady to lower fo futures. New York reported- foreign sell- ing and buying. Sou Francisco peoph wheat here through a local house Wtien the private en' les coroe along soni- ool n demnn-l. gave English marketH a' recdvo'y. Northwestern cars were last year 191. Primary wheat wore over last year at bu. Export clearances were but 00.0 0 144.UOC1 in ver- unsatisfactory output. MID neapolis and Dulnth. markets have been tie filiongest in the country all season. At U o'. lock and oash wheat I PRESBYTERIANS CELEBRATE.' the Made from most and refined ex ngredients acid neither leaves arid the food alkali nor ROYAL BAKINQ POWDER iii the XJebtf Trial Kind Satis factory Jurors. Second Message us Governor. .Inn. F. the who claims to have been elected governor of Alabama last has issued his second message to the state legislature just recon- vened. The which is signed R. F. concludes with the declaration that usurping1 governors become amenable to law the revenge of an outraged state shall have been The ranker of a N'-w York bnkine pow. 4A h _ m I J_ I _ j_ 5 _ 4 honors at fhp honor tn Dr. Prices. Ammonia powders were excluded from competi- tion. GOING BACK TO CANADA. In city and on the of Dr. Price's Baking Powder is universal. Blnze at Springfield. Jan. 2V Elcock Sultzabiirger's brick and tile works were burned early this morning. The engine dry storage and other buildings are a total loss. Many million brick are supposed to be ruined. The loss is heavy. Being- just outside of the city limits the fire department could render no aid. It is rumored the fire was Kibot Tries to Form It. Jan. President Faure has summoned M. Kibot to form a cabinet and the latter has accepted the task. Be is now consulting with his friends. The wife of M. Ribot was formerly Miss Minnie Itarch of Chicago. Since Nearly. XOOO Frencli-CaimdlAnft About to Emigrate from Michigan. Jan. a noted Romun Catholic colonization was in the city yesterday in connection with the repatriation of 572 families of French- Can ailians. soxils. now residing in the county of Hough These people now contemplate returning to Canada. They arc many of whom commenced to settle there as far back as 1SAO. The Canadian Paci- fic atithorities have promised reduced rates for the and last evening Father Paradis left for Ottawa to in- terview the government. Jan. for the defense in tlie conspiracy trial of E. V. Debs and his associates expressed in the .Northwest showed more ue- ciine than any other markets. The trade hnd a local failure also which threw surae stuff on the market. May whtat started on a break from extreme low aiid chsiEg price yesterday at and touched The market rallied to and the fwilure of Young beinje posted the price went tack lo 5 before inidtl y. After that hour the naarkei i-h wed additional and the May p-ice dropped to off from last uiglit. From the low point at May wheat there was no good rally. The local fail- the reports of enormous gold ship- ments for tlio failure of the sen board to do ary export business of contiiLmied to the heavy feeling. No cash wheat reported sold here. Had it not been for the sick wheat mar- ket torn have held some good recov- ery iu prices during the looming. Re- ceipts were light at 174 cars. The estimate for i- aturday was ht at ITS cars. Liver- pool quoted spot coru up. Primary re- were tlio lightest of the year at about 24 Ou bu compared with last year. Export clearances ye-tprday were nearly bu-from Qve and same ports again c.eared bu. First sales May corn ond Tame the first hour to with the ad- When went to low point after J2 o'clock coru weakened to arjjjfc. holding later themselves as satisfied with the j around yejterdey closing twelvn men in the jury box just. There a halt in ihe liquidations in Fiftieth Anniversary of the Organization the CHarcli. EAST Jan. three days' marking the fiftieth anniversary of the organiza- tion of the First Presbyterian church of this was begun to-day. church is one of the oldest and best known Presbyterian churches in Ohio. There is only one member of the con- gregation now living who signed the original charter. Many prominent members of the Presbyterian clergy of this and other states are in the city to take part the among the number being Rev. Dr. Marshall of Des Rev. Frank Tal- mage of Rev. Mr. McGowan of Maryland and Rev. Mr. Milligan of Pa. Can tor'B Minority Ropnrt. N. Jan. min- ority report of Senator of the Lexow which was sub- mitted to the senate proposes that e mayor shall appoint the police commission und the department shall have power to examine- into all mat- ters affecting the so that there shall be no recurrence of the evils found to have existed. RlRlit 1'nnii- Nelson's attachment to his friends was us ardent as his courage. When he was presented to King George the Third at his his majesty con- gratulated him on his q-reafc after this he condoled him on the 1093 of his arm. Nch.cn turned round to Captain who had been the companion of his many and introduced him to the king with this I assure your is not so great as you imag- for here is my right gonaut. JOSEPH A.DANIELI.D. IcCdlongh 124 W. Third Remedies before recess at 1 o'clock and made a tender of the jury to the counsel for the govern- ment. Thex twelve men who card. 'M The strikers under Walking1 Dele- gate Hill have induced the crews of many of the cross town and Graham avenue lines to desert. The strikers in sonic instances returned the cars to Uic stables. The Arnpriran To -d with Or. Price's Bull ing Pnwripr is Ms by Hank oT Sr. CTinrlea. .Tan. true condition of the Bank of St. Charles at which was.rccentiy closed by orde. of Gov. has just made public by Bank Examiner Kenyon. The liabilities foot up tiOS. Assets may amount to the who has ab- is heavily indebted to the bank. ________________ lilot of Unemployed in Bud a Pestlt. Jan. mob of inr employed persons marched in a riotous manner through the principal streets yesterday and were dispersed by the itliuiy people were hurt .and several arrests were- made. During the time of the disturbance the police blocked the streets leading to the Hun- garian dinfc. likely will determine the issue in tlie great labor trial are as Roger Charles Edward Kinda.ll D. Wnyne William M. M. C. Niles Cen- James .S. John Coe. Highland lleuben 409 Jackson John II. Bureau M. Andrew Lam on t. These men were turned over to the marshal with the usual direction not to discuss the trial among-themselves or with anybody else. The govern- ment counsel still have to pass upon the personnel of the but as they have but two peremptory challenges it can not be changed much. The defense had exhausted seven of its twelve per- emptory dismissals. FAURE'S DAUGHTER TO WED. She Will ISeeomo the Wife of Depnty Taul Desctianel. Jan. betrothal of provisions M. d some recovery In prices. Mny sola to HM.50 to closing higher. Lard to-d GO to 8B.7U to 4G.B5 at the close. JUibs sold to to to close. Quotations at the AHTICLE3. Jan.. May.... July.. Jan..... May.... On J an.... Mny... Jimo Pork- Jan.. Jan.... May S. Ribs- Jan High. t .51 10.50 tlQ.To fi.7u 5.GO Low. CKOBTNO. 25 Jun. 24. .48 .51 .43 .45 10 .BO 1U.5J 6.45 6.GJ 5.BO 6.55 10.85 10.00 6.UO FATHER'S AWFUL DEED. Mnrdnrfl HIB liui'iyliter and Himself. PHILADELPHIA. Jan. he fall'of M. Ribot's ministry under j iam aged 31 went into late PreMdcnt Carnot he has occu- the cellar of hid house this morning- pied a lalher obscure place in politics. is racing Scarlcc Fever Epidemic. S Jan. in Kansas Kan. Nineteen cases have been reported in ihe vicinity of the London Heights icliool. Two pupi s were taken ill vhile .-itlencling 1 hut school ii ud as a it has been closed. The dis- ffjso continues to and much ilarm-is felt and called his two aged 0 and Lil- 2 years who follow- their father into the lie sent the boy up-stairs and with a revolver shot the girl throiigh Ihe killing her instantly. McUrath. then phi cod the weapon to his own hnad and sent a bullet through his brain. _ Tie was taken to a where he died at 13 o'clock. Hank President Kills Jlimsolf. Jan. E. St. president of the German- American bank at Port com- mitted suicide by shooting yesterdiiy in jail at Port lie had been convicted of forgery. He leaves a widow aud two children. Tests for Prodncing Rain WHL Jan. arti- ficial rain introduced by Populist Representative provides for a committee to make tests regarding ar- tificial rain and carries an appropria- tion to meet the expense of the same. Bout'fl Crow Blown Out of Existence. Jan. government barge loaded with shot and exploded here yesterday. No trace of its crew has been found. ITeeley relapses cured. Guaranteed to cure opium and tobacco disease. Board and Home treatment at reducpd rates. THE INSTITUTE. Mdlle. Lucie daughter of the president- of the to M. Paul a member of the chamber of is announcer3.. Paul Deschani'l is the son of M. Emilc the eminent profes- lie is a the author of a number of political and literary works and is now attached to the staff of the Journal Des Debats. In 1S91 he visited the United States in an official capacity at the instance of the French government in order to inquire into various commercial and economic mat- ters. He has distinguished thmself as an orator and has occupied several im- portant such as secretary of the minister of the secretary of M. Jules Simon when the latter was president of the council of ministers in sub-prefec't of Drenx. secre- tary-general of the department of Seine-et-Marne and sub-prefect of Brest and of Meaux. In in the chamber of he marie a re- markable speech upon the interests of Franco in the and as a result the of Turkey twice decorated him. Wall Street. Jan stock market opened quiet and utterly devoid of any 1 tant feature. The changes either barely exceeded per cent. the genei al n arket became the heavy engagements of gold for ship- ment to-morrow being a large factor iu iho depression. The grangers we e among the weakest of the railway selling off K Per The market was gener- ally quiet after H and where prices were changed they were in the main lower. Money on cell easy at per cent. Prime mercantile paper Sterling exchange with actual business in bankers' bills at for demand-ami at fbr sixty posted rates. Commercial Sil- ver 110 sals. Bar Mexican Gov- ernment boii'ls quiet. Closiag quottttio'us Didn't Hour the Train. Jan. members of.a sleighing party were in- stantly killed and five others badly in- jured by being1 struck.by attain on the Pennsylvania railroad this morning. The party was from a trip to Sun bury and the noise made by the sleighbells prevented their hearing the train. Gales on Channel Coasts. Jan. storms pre- or all the coasts of Great Brit- ain Prance and Holland. In Scotland the fall of snow has been particularly heavy. A fishing boat belonging to Dun bar with u-crew of seven on board has been and off Poi't a vessel with a crew of four- teen men has gone down. Sold by Special Lines of Diseases of the Throat bnus and Blood and Skin Diseases. Rupture Positively No charge for Consultation ana Successful lament by mail. Send for Book Symptom Blank When will reduced to Wbenall other things an- swer their puppr se as as Priro's Baking. Powder. Alwavs him the mark. Write to the Snltan. 35. 'Ihe Tuilc-' ish newspapers print a letter addressed to the sultEin by the Armenian clergy and notubilities of tbank- ingf him for tlie benefits enjoyed by. his Armenian subjects. Greek .Ministors nnd Their Jan. sittings of the chamber of deputies have been suspended for a fortnight in order to give the new ministry time to get ac- customed to the affairs of theirofEces Atrhison........ Amor. Tobnc.... Baltimore Can. Pacific....... aiidQ..... 7J Cord age......... Chicago Gas..... Del .D. L. W..... DistCatlFd C.. Don R G pfd.. Mail Pullman.... Reading___ Rock Island Manhattan Missouri Michigan Cent Northern Pac.. North Pac pfd... N. Y. Central... N. E..... Si'i N. American. Omaha....... Omaha Out. 16 Cytlo AJtike'rs unlcers. .Ian. directors of the national board of trade of cyclu manufacturers held their annual meet- ing last night in'Madison square gar- den. The officers elected Presi- A. 0. first vice-presi- R. Philip second vice- Gcnrge W. A. Kennedy Say They B obfaecl Their Corps. HALIFAV. N. .Ian. mili- tary authorities here have sent dis- patches to St. New York and other ordering the arrest of Sergt. BaHiain and Cor- poral Hotson of the royal who are supposed to have deserted after having- taken a large sum ot money belonging to the corps. Harrison's 312 Brady Farm Mortgages We constantly have on hand aad for sale Choice First Mortgages on Improied Farms In the beat cjnntlesoi Investors are to make an examuu- chese 329 Brady Street. WANTS A J. W. Architect. -Ci_ Iowa. Suite McCullougb building _ FOUND on Lost Grove Road near Bel- raoui school new pair boy's shoes. Cull at Tribune _ _ FOR SALE- -A first class Commercial College dcbotarsnip. Address Tribune ottlce. _ __ _ BUek buifilo between Aliiswortn street aud Turner Hall. A UUeral wil. be paM by leaving at Ulgu HicKejr'8 burn SITUATIONS by Mrs. H. Southwell and daughter. Southwell Is u of experience and CUM furnish 'be bfHt 01 Miss aoutnwell would prefer toworitwlcu her uiouier us a oJijiag room girl and c.iii ui o furnish rojerenccn. Address -No. 1127 Iowa street Poehi.m by reliable registered 6 years expejlence Address AW N. 9a m. 2to4and7 to P. in. 2to3 in. nly ___ 4 Dressmakers And Seamstresses Attend Madame Kelto's School Of Dress Cutting. Erie............ East'n Illinois.. East Tennessee.. Hocking Valley. Richmond Ter lllinoisCentral......Silver Cor.... Jersey Central.. S7K Sug-arRefinery.. 9 Kan Ter pfd......jSt Paul......'... Lead............ Paul pfd..... N. Pacific.. L. Pacific.... Linseed Western Uinoo. L.'K W. pfd......YFabasb pfd..... Lake Wiscau'n 0 FICKE 0 eys at 213 Main Street. in every county to act aud special private previous ex not ne- stump for uarticuuus. required. M-tcKeuzle National Detective Los W ANTE Active salesmen to handle our no galarj mouth und paid to an. new. Apply quicldy. O. tlox oaU8. Mass. 7500 A WEEK p lid rniadinB to sell the lUipId Dish Waalier .Wasliwt dries tnem in two minutes WKIKHII 'wettliiB Wo experience pernintieut Address W. I'. HMrriwon .t Co.. CierK Wo. Ohio. buys 7 room house Front. Choice terinti easy takes cJjoi e Front lot. Gas. electn acbool juat Worth Mnerooir. b large first class surround ginKH. buys nice lot Jsaat Sjxtft 64x150. lukus 10 room tut location good. boys 9 reom bwav- gas. stanie. lot cueap. 0. it nc A Kent wanted for Davnn- parr und vielnhy. Liberal and we furnixh bear and complete ou'fit every provided by -nay V.'riie ntunutj for terms. or 3 I'fferenc-B WA.VAMAKJKK I'a. We keep the Celebrated No No No Paateboard Chart or Model but a genuine Tailor System such aa our boat M each ant Tailors use. Thorough Instructions glv n iu the Art of Frontili Ornamental Druee BULB not limited. I -i School and K yen RYAN SECOND FLOOR. COAL. Marquette ThirdVein cook stoves and Kentucky Peacock For Indian lock Lump Nut _. Government bonds stand at the following bid Registered 2s... 97 4s....113 Coupon 4s.......113 .Currency '95.100 Currency Currency Currency 'C8.103 Currency 6s. mill Coupon 5s..... Chicago Produce Leoigb Valley and Go. Lebigh Hard Goal of all sizes. For grates we have the Bird Eye Jellico Kentucky by far superior to any other grate coal in the market. Also Indiana taSalle and-Merier Go. Oak CHICAGO. Jan. 2--.-BDTTER-Dull. Ex- stove and COrd WOod. Caucus Was Fruitless. Jan. republi- can-senatorial caucus was in s ssion from until 13 o'clock to-day and adjourned without taking- any action any subject. Young Co. Suspend. Jan. William .Young A one of oldest grain commis- sion fines doing Business the board of failed tra per seconds. seconds. packiuc 80. Full cream Cheddars per Young 9 DKESSEO JfocLTnY- Turkevs. fair to choice fair to 7 poor to choice per full loss at per We sell at the lowest market prices and give all orders our prompt attention. As we have recently started a lumber and coal yard at beg to announce to the farmers of that that we now have a full supply of both-hard and soft as ao ES at- t-hto at tlWS HARD COAL. f k Lehigh valley. All arade coils WTFQ1S11 TTM R17P W 111 oIL LUlUDiLn 1.- at the LQWliS'. ash prices. MASONIC TtMPLt f if 1001 TO 1019 W. SECOND Teleplioiif 1.   

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