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   Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1890, Salem, Ohio                               THE SALEM DAILY NEWS. VOL. IL NO. 292. SALEM. OHIO. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10. 1890. TWO CENTS. >1 I I I I 1 i Alarming Reports From Indian jg} Territory.' Four Thousand Copper Colored Eat- eals Engaged in the Ghost teuton in Oklahoma Fully to the of tho Eater for a Fight. GDTHRIE, L T., Dea D. Mo- Eee, one of the couriers who has ar- rived here from Frisco, a small town on the border, says in addition to the state- ments made to Governor Steel, that while the greatest fear was entertained by the women and children in that sec- tion, yet the sturdiest men might well be alarmed. He states that there are Indians in different sections west of this place engaged in the ghost dance, and they are trading oil their ponies, blankets and trinkets for guns and am- munition. They are daubod with war paint and dancing- and screeching in their half-nude condition. before during the recent craze has the situa- tion in Indian Territory looked so seri- ous. Arrangements are being made to give the border towns every assistance pos- sible and the Oklahoma tettlers arp fully arouseJ. Governor Steel takes much inteiost in all that is transpiring and the psople feel confident that he will meet successfully every emergency. DURA.N-OO, Col., Dec. night Thomas Franklin quarreled with two Indians in a saloon at Armaifo, N. M. He struck bcth Indians over the head with a billiard cue, killing one and seriously injuring the other. On Monday Apaches came to Arraago in- tent upon having1 Franklin's scalp, but he was secreted by the sheriff. Great excitement prevails, as the Indians de- clare they want justice. The townspeo- ple, however, have armed themsolves and if tne Indians should attempt to take FranU-lin outof ths town there will be trouble. DENVER. Dae. is learned from Ouray Agency, Green River, Utah, that the Southern Utes are jrreatly excited over the news from D.ucota over the coming1 of ths Messiah and have, bo --un dancing1 and painting The troops at Fort D iquosno are the IniUru closely, do not lojk for an Outbreak bs'fore soring. WELDING BY EI.ECrKICiTT. InTrntictt About to Oat by Firm. CHICAGO, Dec. 10. A manufacturing firm here is about to introduce a pro- cess of electrical welding into its works, This process of welding, invented by Professor Ellhu Thomson, has been so far developed as to produce tho moss satisfactory ruaults. The principle in- volved is that of causing currents of electricity to pass through the abutting ends of the pieces of metal which are to welded. By this means heat is gene- rated at the point of contact and me- chanical agencies are supplied to force the parts together. With this process and proper apparatus for the work it is possible to not only weld iron and steel, but also to weld metals, which so far have not been successfully united. Pieces of such metals and alloys as wrought iron, copper, silver, brass, lead, tin, aluminum, and even cast iron are not only welded but the different metals can be welded together. The tensile strength of the '.void as demonst-ated by mechanic.il has proved factory. A SOUS TVif- KHli-d [irotliar .snii, U ho Afterward Convention of tbe Federation 9t Labor. 1 Number of Resolutions Introduced, Embracing Nearly Every Con- ceivable Subject. tha CH X. c., Dec. Near I Henrietta '.MIX H-sthevford ypsterday, iay Wall shot and killed hiS '.Vifa. fl.i- ;-_y W 0 1! P'l hOT brother and :..en put ;ITI ond to ins own life. About e'g'-iiA-cv) months ago he married Mi-ss Eva JJaynas and went west Afti-r eight or ton Kontbs he de- serted hc-r. IT >r her to return home. He had not been heard of since. Yesterday he arrived in Forest Ciiv. p a conveyance and drove out to wbure his wife living. On arriving There be '.-ailed her to the door, drew hts revolver and shot her down shooiir.g her twhv after she fell, and then shot and dangerously wounded her brother, Tl. R llayn who came to her assistance, fle then mounted his horse and rode away. A party went in pursuit and fuund him about two miles distant, lying dead by tho roadside with a bullet in hU heart. Killed His Sister. LEBA.VOV. Mo., Dec. TO. When Dr. J. M. Perkins, living near Mountain Grove, returned frotn a hunting1 trip Monday afternoon, he laid his gun on the feed. Roy. his son pulled the gun oil the bed, when it was discharged, the shot taking effect in his four-year-old sister's shoulder, instant- ly killing her and scattering shot wounded the baby. Bought Victory. MADRID. Dec. The Spanish expe- dition against the rebels in the Giro- line Islands has taken the fortified po- sition Ketani, on the island of Ponape. One Spanish officer and twenty-five sol- diers were killed and four officers and forty-seven soldiers were wounded in the engagement. The Spaniards have burned all the villages of the Ketani district Crow Sell Their HELENA, Mont, Dec. 10. The com- mission to obtain from the Crows a part of their reservation in Southern Mon- tana, made a treaty yesterday. By it the Indians give acres west of Pryor creek for This is about one-third of the reservation. It is ox- p.ctpd that the coded portion will be thrown open to settlers in April, 1831. An Old Landmark NEW YORK, Dec. 10. -The old ar- mory, one of tbe landmarks of the city, erected more h in fifty years ago at the corner of White and Elm streets, wai burned last night. Loss Tbe armory, which had lately been devoted to commercial puroosos. was as too military headquarters daring the draft riots in 1883. Contest. NETS- YORK. Dec. The first gamn of chess bet ween the champions. Messrs. Steinitz, of NRW York, and Gunsberg, of London, was played last night and resulted in a draw. Tfao only witnesses were forty gentlemen who subscribed the sum of SI. 000. It is probable that a few games of the series will be played in public- ISO Fret Frotn a TOPEKA. Kan.. Dec. Mr. Degan. in iron workman on tbe dome of the State Honse, fell yestrday and in- itanlly killed. He fell 150 feet and Jtruck a cross bar. He was frightfully He was the ninth workman tbat been killed within tha last SVP years while at work on the State House. Dec. 10. Jatnos W. Hathaway, of Min'aaa. hm Iwjen se- to Captiin Wheat as u-r of Tb" selection aaa-i? at 3 caucus heiu baiJf.t oa'y was taken. Hatfaaway vo.es against 3a for all tie KmUoItas tnr s. C. Dec. The m Uie As- Only ba iol Irby Tfa-nalon 45 H. i. 4. 2. Irbv. farmer. laefcs 15 BATTL.: Came- Vt h.-i i a liav iiy Hig-hwarnien void ul lonri., DRC. 10. Two wjiy 10! uers Hob lleai. a mail baturd.iv nigat botweon Crockett's Mills and Friendship. Tho night beini v TV dar-: tlie was not aware oi thair presence till he was ordered to h'.lt. He respon'lel by firing at them. Tney returned the tire and a gervi-al followed. Tne robbers finally secured the mail bag and made their escape. Sunday the bag, ripped open, was found a short distance froui where tbe fight occurred the previous nignu The robbers obtained no money, as there were no registered letters in the bag. There is no clue to tho rob- bers. In the fight the carrier received a flesh wound and his horse was killed. Pennsylvania In Semloo. HARRTSBUUO, Pa., Dec. 10. The an- nual convention of the State Orange, Patrons of Husbandry, opened bere Tuesday. About 500 delegates were present at the session. At the e v-ening session .a annual address of the worthy master ,vas road. He con- gratulated his fellow grangers on the work of the past and tbe prospects for the future. He suggested as subjects for legislation a revised revenue law and a bill prohibiting the sale of dressed beef. j Will bo Extradited. TOKON-TO, Doc. The Court of Ap- peals has decided that John C. Brosi, the notud swell forger, who has been confined in Windsor jail for several months awaiting either liberty or ex- tradition, will have to return to Pitts- burgh. where he is wantad for the for- of his uncle, ex-Mayor Miller's name to cin-cka to the amount of Convention of snAHRK. Pa, Dec. Horse- men from all parts of tbe State met here Tuesday for the purpose of organ- izing a State Brooders' Association. .V committee was chosen to draft a con- stitution and by-laws and the meeting adjourned subject to tbe call of the chairman, when the committee will report and aconsti-ution be adopted. by Ffntoua Unknown. CHESTER. Pa., Dec. 10. The coroner's jury in the case of Emma Pfitzmeyer, the young girl who was found dead in the bouse of her brother-in-law, Henry F. Schmidt, last Wodneslay night, re- turned a verdict last night that her death was caused by stab wounds in- flicted by a person or persons unknown to the jnry. Train PALE-TINE, Tex-. Dec. The can- non bail express on the International railroad was wrecked near j Nechfs. twelve miles from The engine left tbe track and turned com- pletely over, killing Andy Scbnoor. the Sreajan. aad badly injuring "Dad" Cole- aaa, tile ea-iaeer. Xo passengers were hnrv OB the QaMtlos of tlmg of Boelailats lUiolU U HU Out. DETKOIT, vention of the American Federation of Labor resumed its session Tuesday morning. The announcement of tlM formation of two national retail clerks' and the waiters and received with The treasurer's report shows receipt! for the year of Most of the morning was taken with receiving resolutions, they bein'f introduced on nearly every Among them were: To levy a. tax of ten cents to support men out on strike; to organize State branches of the Federa- tion.; protesting against tbe action of the Amalgamated Association against the pattern makers of Cleveland; indors- ing the eight-hour adjustment act now before the Senate; calling for Govern- ment control of telegraphs; providing- fora world's labor congress in Chicago in 1S93: to declare against the Knights of Labor; protesting against use of soldiers, policemen and Pinkerton thugs to intimidate labor. The committee in charge of the mat- ter of admitting Lucian Sanial as repre- senting the Central Federation of Labor of JsTew York, reported against admit- ting the representative of the Socialistic wing. The debate on the report took up the rest of the morning session and was not completed when the convention adjourned for dinner. The convention assembled at two o'clock. The roll was called and tbe minutes of the morning session read and approved. A resolution was offered re- jecting the report of the committee and granting tha Central Federation of La- bor's petition for a cb-irter and giving Sanial a in tho convention. The latter part of this motion was ruled out of order by the preVidunc, who called J. J. Dily to tho c'uair and, taking the floor, offerod to giv i tin ''onvenuon his statement of tlK> alTair, which until this time ho had refused to make. His offer accepted. After much discussion the previous question was called for anil a poll vote asked for. This resulted in 80 delegates casting votes for the adoption of the com- mittee's reports while 20 delegates, wftb a total of 585 votes, cast, them negative- ly. The report was thus declared adop- ted and the American Federation of La- bor had taken its stand upon the Social- istic element's entrance into its organi- zation. The convention then adjourned to meet this morning. A Georgia Fatal Work. ATLANTA, Oa., Dec. near Monroe, Walton County, a cyclone croared a space several miles long and about 100 yards wide, blowing down houses andl killing several people. Jack Henderson and his wife were buried beneath the ruins of their home. Her.- lerson was killed, but his wife was not badly hurt Their baby was carried 300 and so badly injured that it died shortly afte'r being found. A family of negroes named Jackson were buried In the ruins of their cabin and two of ;bem were killed. Another house con- taining seven negroes was blown down. but all the occupants escaped unhurt. Steamer Wrecked by Ezulodiiiff Powder. HALIFAX, N. S-, Deo. powder '.n the magazine of the Dominion steam- ;r Newfield exploded as the steamer ivas enterine Yarmouth harbor yester- lay, wrecking the forecastle and tear- Ing a large hole in the, steamer's side. One report says that four men were tilled, but the agent of the Marine and Fisheries Department says this is not irue. He states that one man was killed md six were seriously injured. The :auso of tho explosion is a mystery. An African In Wnndpilx. NEW HAVES, Conn., Dec. ;ation has been made to the Shelton probate court by creditors of the insolr- snt Birmingham Plane Company for oermission to look over the books of the jompany. These creditors claim that jomething must be wrong when the as- amount to but while the lia- oilities reach nearly It is al- leged that the officers of tbe company have brought in large bills for back salaries. YORK. Dec. foaeral of j Joe Cobura. tbe trcgilist. took place Tuesday from tbe Church of the Ho'.y Ii was attended by a large j gathering sporliag ajen. Tne inter- ia Calvary Among devices was one from Sallivaa. He Won't be CHAMBEBRBrKO, Pa., Dec. tain G. W. Skinner, of Fulton County, innounces that he has abandoned proposed contest for Congressman At- j Icinson's seat. He says be could make a j successful contest for the seat, but tbat j the Democratic majority is so great tbat I be won't be needed. He will take bis seat ia tbe State Bouse of Representa- tives, to which be was elected. UTM Go Oat With Oow P.allrt. Do-vmr.BTT. L T., Dec. JO.-Jobs Brown was called to bis door Monday night and fired upon by some unknown person. The bail struck him in heart and passed tbrongb bis body and struck his step-daughter. wao was standing behind biaa, killing both ia- staady. CAIRO. is j Qnaaa Diyaa. taa rebel leader, i farsisbod wiih  tle Take, hi CHICAW, Dec. In tbe City Coaa- eU Monday night an ordinance was in- jtrodacvd to gnat pernissioa for of pMaaatic ia X tbe city for purpose of covreying packajpw poiat to poiat; tabes to iackM ia 4iaaeter, tlM ckwfwjar to to M APPORTIONMENT BILL. A Which FroTldM for WASHINGTON, Deo. Dunnell, Chairman of the House Committee on tho Eleventh Census, introduced ia House yesterday a bill making an ftp, portionment of Representatives in Con- gress among the several States. The bill provides that after March 3, 1893, the House shall be composed of S56 members. Tho representation of some of the States is increased as follows: Alabama 1. Arkansas 3. California 1, Colorado 1, Georgia 1, Illinois 1, Kansas 1, Massachusetts 1, Michigan 1, Minne- sota 3, Missouri 1, Nebraska 3, New Jersey 3, Oregon 1, Pennsylvania 3, Tennessee 2, Texas 2, Washington 1, Wis- consin 1. The representation from the other States will remain unchanged. TYPE FODMDKY TRUST. Syndicate Formed for the Purpose of Huy- IDR Oat All the Am-rlciu mentl. KANSAS CITY, Dso. some time a company composed of English and American capitalists, known as the American Typa Foundry Co'upany, bas boon negotiating for tbe purchase of all tbe typo foundries in tho United Statos The fact became known through rumors of an attempted purchase of the type foundries in this city. Representatives of the company have at their disposal for tho purpose of purouase During tho past week letters have been sent to all the type foundries in the country asking first if the company will sell out and retain stock Tn tho enter- prise; second, if it will sell out and com- pletely abandon the business. NATIONAL, LEGISLATURE. One In Hath Uruocheft of "WASHINGTON, Deo the House yesterday R-jprcsentative-elect Thomas J. Geary, of California, was sworn in. The resolu tion looking to the removal of the remains of General Grant to Arlington was debated at great length and finally defeated (33 to A number of public building bills were passed. SEN the Senate some minor bills were passed In presenting a bill relating to the cir- culation Mr. Plumb said that he would soon ask to have the Elections bill laid aside and finan- cial matters considered. Debate on the Elec- tions bill was resumei and Messrs. Borry and Daniels spoke against It. Mr. Quay offer d a resolution (which was re ferrc-d) for tue amendment of the tarirt bill on the subje.-t of oabU-s, corilago >md twine A resolution otlered by Mr Butler van agreed to, directing the Attorney General and the com mission da site for tho Government Printing Ofloe to tali" no further e HnRS In tho mm cer until Iho Snn.ito sli.Ul have acteJ on a report ''rota the Committee on Print lug. 1'rojyrcnH of thn Nicanigna Canal, WASHINGTON-. Dea annual report of the Nicaragua Maritime Canal Company has been submitted to the Secretary of the Interior. It shows that during the past year operations on tho canal have been prosecuted with energy great progress hasjbeen made.in the work of construction. The final plans and detailed surveys of the canal, its harbors, etc., have been completed and no efforts have been spared in perfect- ing the location of the route from the ocean. About cubic yards of the canal have already been excavated and several miles of aqueduct have been completed._______________ Thread Strike. NEW YORK, Doc. long antici- pated strike in the spinning department of the Clark thread mills at Newark and Kearney began Monday. The immedi- ate cause was the discharge of spinner by Superintendent Walmsley. Immedi atcly following the discharge, a shop committee called upon Walrasley and asked that the man be reinstated, but it was declined. Mr. Walmsley told the men if they did not like his action they could put on their coats and leave. The strike Involves about 150 persons. ChrUtlmns SAJ FRAXOISCO, Dec. from Chung King, China, state that tho trouble at Ta Cbu Hsien arose from tho massacre of tbe Chinese Christians at Loong Tuy Tsin by members of the Loo Huy Sos Society during a celebration. They massacred over twenty persons, nineteen bodies being counted in the streets and several more are known to have been cut in pieces thrown into the river. The mission buildings and many others were burned and the corpses thrown into the flames. Had No Work for Union Men. BUFFALO, N. Y., Dec. New York Central railroad has discharged thirty-four men, most of taem employes of the Ohio street freight bouse, the reason given being that on account of the close of navigation they wore not needed. Superintendent Burrows said he had fto knowledge of any dismissals except at tbe freight house, bat it was possible that the trainmaster bad dis- covered that some new men were mem- bers of labor unions and had discharged them. Shot Bad Killed. DENVER, CoL, Dec. P. Cow. the ex-pngiliat. was shot and killed in his saloon early Tuesday morning by F. C MarshalL The men bad been on bad terms over a horse sale. Marshall walked into the saloon and without a word shot twice, one ball passing through Clow's bead, causing instant death. Clow's bartender shot at Mar- sball three times, bat without effect Marshall is under arrest. .O.. Dec. workers ai tbe Crystal, glass works are ant on a strike, men claim tbat William Ltppert, ausorvrr. gave them worst of it and asked for bis iiAcbirge. This the re- fused strode. Tbe fac- tory employs about 350 NEW YORK, Dec. sp-rwl from St y.r., Urk ww wicked at Cc..ro? ftornx Tbirtvem two of tke crew Newt Notes From a Number of Ohio Town. SENSATION. Tmtlmonj la the Itordner Abortive and Schott Enable to eare ItelL CAN-TON. 0., Dec. Testimony ta- ken by the coroner in the case of Miss Lillie Bordner, whose death was caused by performing a criminal operation, shows that the body was limp when it arrived at the house of the father, so that death could have resulted but a short time before. Tbe several hours' ride of the two men who took the body from this city to Sandyville is ex- plained by the statement of a man who says they lost their way and asked him the road to Sandyvillc. Efforts to secure bail for Dr. Maxwell, who is under arrest for performing tbe operation, and Charles Schott. who is charged with beincr tho betrayer of Miss Bordner. have boon unavailing, and both aro still in jail. Tho funeral was hold Monday, at Sandyvillo, and at- tended by a 1111-70 numbor of friends of the young lady and sympathizers of tbe bereaved parents. L.ECTUKKK INTtiKUUPTEL) Bjr Who Her AKRON-, 0., D.-c, scene was witne-isM by about 400 Akron women Monday afternoon at Margaret L. Shepherd's lecture in tho Uuivorsal- ist church on "Romanism." A'o men were admitted. In tho audience were throe ladios, members of the Catholic church, one a teacher in tho public schools bere. They began interrupting the speaker, calling out: "That's "That's "That's a big and like remarks. Mrs. Shepherd an- swered them for a while and finally threatened to call a policeman to eject tbe throe. They told her she didn'tdare put them out and kopt tip running com- ments heard all ovor tho houso. of Cnptured. CAXTOX, 0., Doc. Unitod Statos secret service ollicors bavo Captured a gang of sevon counterfeiters who bavo boon making and passing- spurious bills, their headquarters bt.'inL'' :it Pains- tine. Of tbe prisoners worn cap- tured at Canton, one at Musiilloti and four about twenty iniios southeast of this city near the Ponn.sylvnnia .State line. The ollicors have plates, molds and the wholo outfit. Orto of the counterfeiters' triples to tin1 bogus money was to soa'.c frcisa bills in vine- gar. Tho oilicora rofuao to give names. CixcrxNATf, Dec. 10. Joseph A. Kock, sheriff of County, W. Va., is in the hands of tbe police authorities, hav- ing become insane while here on busi- ness. His first attack was on Sunday afternoon, whon at his hotel uu suddenly drew a revolver and attempted to shoot an imaginary pursuer. One of his hallu- cinations is that he is a goose- and whon that idea possesses him his voice imi- tates the tones of a goose, tlis friends have been notified, as he can not be put Into an asylum bere. Scarcity or Natural OIM. SPIUNGFIEI.D, O., One. A large amount of money has boon spent in building natural gas pipe HOBS to Co- lumbus, Dayton, Springfield, Troy, Sid- ney, Piqua and other manufacturing centers in Central Ohio. The owners of factories in all these cities have just been notified that tho natural gas com- panies can no lonjor supply thorn with gas and will only fulfill private contracts. It is feared the supply will be inadequate even for private con- _ A Queen City Mystery. CINCINNATI, Dec. 10. authorities of the city hospital aro over mysterious ca-so. It is tli.it of an un- known younjj man who is to jpeak or in any way revnal his identity. The physicians pronounce it a case of etnbolia, a rare and peculiar trouble ro- from the obstruction of a voin ar artery in tbe head by a clot of blood. Hundreds of persons have called to see Ibe unfortunate man. ChmnTP of Fortune for Whlteley. Dec. Kradstroct's igency, this city, sends out word tbat tbe American Harvester Company has paid Amos Wbiteley   Caatoc to pay bis Dec. State sed frox subor- dinate body. ia this city Towday. aboat SOO present boaiaets sessions are secret. 5. O.. Tae idelberz yerteriUy e RST. Jona A. D. D.. IK, DaavOle, Fa.. LATEST NEWS ITEMS. bj From All of thft t artH. W'EDXrSDAY, UKC'K.MHE'.: 10. The mercury at Lydonvllle, Vt, on the 9th was thirty uejjroes Uslow zero. O. W. Ingalls ktf'o., bhoe dealers, of Boston, have assigned; liabilities 000. The Belfast News, hitherto a stauncb supporter of Mr. Paruoll. now urges that gentleman to retire from his lead- ership. At Boston. Mosses. Whitton, Burdett Young, ttliolosale clothiers, have made an Their liabilities are about Tbe Bank of England is charging 16s 9d for every ouuco of gold withdr.iwn for export. This is an advanco of four pence over its usual rate. A heavy g-alo raged in the Strait of Canso the other More vessels been wrecked in tbat vicinity during tho past ton days than for tho hist thirty years. S. H. Clark has boen appointed iren- nnil the J.- lind will bi' i'...-el.'1 tu-.-u i.'. u thus rcUiruiuif 10 tin- posiujii Wiil.vi held fiftoi-r ax airo. I'ovn'-i at To- .snurg, iy, ono vf Uni 03- in Uio kind lht> uorUi, us boon U' o." .1 .Many of vMUuihiig1 a on the Uio ice co-nii.ii c 1'iVvT M navf 1> tliou- ice fioM< p-.'j, to thine winter crop. Tho ico is from six to c-ij-lit inch A strike on tliu loading Scottish rail- ways is curtain unions lir_< couipanies concede ton hours a d iv. are being hold and resolutions unanimously passed domaudlug tho cuuuossion. Tho Bolffian grovornmont has issued instructions to the and po- lice to rigidly prosucuto and puniah all persona guilty of from other States to Juols ou tuo soil of Bol- giutn. Postmaster says ibat tho btorios that is in tluancial dilliuulty arc waolly foundation. His business, he is so now thai tho cash rjcoipr.i ;u-o ovor 000 a wooic. Tho bill inii'vhur maal appropria- tions for roftiuvariiiii-'. oUior works ciofnnHO has IIL-UII aJ.optr-il by the Uouso Afipropriabisuis. It ippi-j) i-i.it.-s xl. ITvSn or j.'J.ii'Jj.j-JO less ,b.ill till- .'-.till Tho army appropriation bill has been by the Military Commir.toc of tho House and it will ijo rtiportod this week. The bill carries a total appropri- itiou of This is than l.ho amount appropriixtoJ for military purposos last .year. The priosis Acbill Island, Ireland, nave appealed to Cniof Secretary Jjal- four to assUl -1UO faimiod' wlio aro in ac- tual distress becausu of the failure of the uotato crop thore. These unfortu- nate people have been reduced to the necessity of eating disuused potatoes in order to avoid doath by Starvation. Tbe House Committee on Appropria- tions has directed that the public print- ing Deficiency bill bo reported to the House. The bill appropriates to supply a deficiency tor the first half of tho present fiscal year for public printing, binding, engraving, fctc., and to pay employes of tUe Govern- ment Printing Office for extra time. Flour, Grain I'rovUlon. K. Dec. Most-Y-Closou ciwy at per cent., tho lowest rate: highest 15. Kxohaoge closet! steady. Posted rates -JOftj) Kt, actual rates for sixty days nnu 183V4 tor demand. Government bonds cloHOd stuady. Cnrroacy at IU9; 4s, coupon, do ut 1U-L .ASa. Dec. Country ,it Minnesota patent at K.TS Minnesota spring at SJ. Vftt red at No 3 red at ff.'o. J yoliow at 59c. No. Si yollow at O -No. 2 mixed nt 48c, No. 2 white at Die. I white at SJK. Bu n KK F.mcy creamery at d'liry at tio. CiiK-S.i York at lot, Ohio trlctly at 2re. liutk at per bushel. XEW YOKK, Doc. 9. Weak. City iiilleitr.iat 40, Miuncapolis extra y. C line at 0, superfine IHO. Steady. No a red winter at :atb. do December at do January at Ko. 2 mitod at Cc cash. January at POKK -Moss at 75512 00. Jfi.lft, February at cnv.ui'jrj1 fancy atlSc. 4 Hat at tresb atSUc. CHIOAOO. Dec December at January atCliic lte  c 9 Plow 41 to s i'Di f. S all an-1 V 1 tailed aad aft t3 40 at Firm Inf- v> oral- at St at t" -Cbnice to eztr> at la M.jri. to Varxet V) lo JSe oS f   

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