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3 Aug 1899

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3 Aug 1899

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Defiance Express (Newspaper) - August 3, 1899, Defiance, Ohio Def i an Elj Elj Al. Jul Al Al i Bress. Era it in co cd a a a vol. X , Thursday August 3 183� no. 3a m Al the Man who fired the first shot was wounded eight times. On tuesday aug. 15th, Buffalo Bill s wild West and Congress a ugh riders the world will exhibit in this City this organization is Well known in this City and the Public Are Well aware the fact that what messes. Cody and Salisbury Promise they always carry out. This season the exhibition other fever gases develop among the inmates soldiers Home. Followers John Brown. Their remain to he re interred at North be a y. Washington aug. 2.�?captain e. P. Hall and . Thomas Featherston pc aug both this City have returned from harpers ferry where they have been exhuming the bodies seven it. John Browne a raiders. The bodies have i one fatality is reported been sent to North Elba n. Y., where they will be buried near the grave the Leader with whom they fought and died. Of the three raiders killed at harpers ferry the remains one Watson Brown were recovered and buried near John Browne a body in 1882.1 Washington aug. 2.�?�?othree new where the other two Are no one can cases yellow fever in the soldiers Tell. They were taken from harpers Home at Hampton and one death a is ferry after the fiet and were used in the official report. Medical authorities at Washington con Alder it very probable that the dread disease will App rur in town Phoebus. Novel elopement. A Quot a r n 1 miss King succeeds in getting out her fathers bedroom. Louisville aug. 2.�?/chn Prather 21. Of Paynesville. Meade unto and miss Hattie King a 15-year-cld girl Parkville Meade county were arrested at Union station by detectives Daly and Walker who had been apprised the couples coming by a Telegram from the girls father. I other and the girl met some time ago and fell desperately la love. Prather went to her Home to esk the consent her father to a marriage. He refused account the girls youth but invited the Young Man to spend the night at his House. He suspected they would Elope and made the girl sleet in the same room with him. Nothing daunted the lovers antidote Axline. He proposes to Stop the boycotting troops. Will Appeal to the Law. Adjutant general says that under the civil rights Law All persons who discriminate Are liable to the penalty. Medical College for anatomical Pur it was received by surgeon general 3aid their plans and in the Middle ups a rom Rorr Cut try horror it Ted i n. Taeun to Dinn Ltd the night miss King selected an aus Burr do Bai excels anything that they have yet attempted in the Way reproducing historical facts. One the newest being a vivid production the Battle san Juan in which the entire company cd persons will participate. In order that everything connected with production May be As nearly Correct As possible there Lias been engaged a number the celebrated Roosevelt rough riders who were in the thickest part the Battle. Special scenery has been prepared and a miniature Hill built from photographs taken the memorial spot. Among the Quot rough riders a who will participate in the event Are sergeant Gerald a. Webb who was badly injured. Bid nine and Walter m. Cook the latter a scout who also carry the Marks tile bullets fired by Tho spaniards William melt linty who is spoken by col. Roosevelt As a Brave fighter in addition to Tom in Bel who Lias Hie distinction having fired the first shot and who received in return eight bullets All which made their Marks different parts ills body. Other members Many whom were carried from tile Field Are included la this detachment All whom served under the command col. Roosevelt. There will be from the philippine islands men Aud women who have their own manners in ridding a group male and female hawaiian who Are recognized As experts the horse and the Ferrule members this contingent introduce the religious dance their a country which is very unique. There will be cowboys arabs mexicans German soldiers. Cossacks. Gauchos and other riders from different nations along with Johnnie Baker and Annie Oakley who will give exhibitions in shooting at objects and Tim Only Buffalo Bill. Poses. A Monument is to be erected Wyman from . Wasdin the yellow Over the Graves at North Elba. The fever expert duty at the institution bodies recovered Are these Oliver added to . Wasdin a figures sent to Brown Stewart Taylor w. H. Leeman. Or. Wyman previously this makes up William Thompson Dauphin 0. To Date 40 oases in All which have Thompson John h. Kagi and danger curved at the Home which eight Field Newby. Have proved fatal. Surgeon White a fragment the Bearskin overcoat telegraphed . Wyman that in his in which according to tradition opinion there was Little doubt that Iver Brown was buried was found in there had been some fever infection in one the Graves and two Lead pencils the neighbouring Village Phoebus dropped from it when it was taken up. But the surgeon general said that this Ireland at Washington. Dispatch had not been followed by any Washington aug. 2.�?archbishop ire evidence a positive Case at that land arrived in Washington where he i free will remain a Day two before going should the fever develop there How to st. Paul. The archbishop will Call Ever no Surprise will be Felt in View at the Catholic legation and Catholic the proximity the place to the Grove meeting. There will be meetings a held in a Are Enos a Grove 54 Miles Northwest this City from August Lith to 20th. Elder a m Dick and other Able ministers will conduct the meeting. Everybody invited. University while Here. Catholic affairs in Cuba and Porto Rico he says Are now under the direction archbishop Chappell who reports directly to Rome. Future events May Brin them under control the american Church hut at present Cuba where the larger interests the Church lie will he considered As a separate District. Settlement Globe rattle. Chicago aug. 2.�?affairs the Glebe savings Bank for mismanagement which Charles w. Spaulding is now serving time in the state pen tertiary at Joliet Are to be settled at last. The final decree which was drawn up by judge Tuley in january last was entered and in accordance with it the stockholders the Bank now will have to pay their full assessment and the University Illinois. Will remain in rightful Possession c its $125,000 endowment bond3. An Appeal will be taken to supreme court get miss King vicious moment when the Stern parents snores were loudest slipped from the room and with her Lover was soon trudging Over the Pike to the Railroad. Prather carried a lantern with which he stopped a train and they came at once to Louisville. But . King awoke found his daughter gone and at once telegraphed Here. Prather still had his lantern. On tur a Mon i. How the in la Kin Iii it est different Point. Waed at clubs. W. I. . Clubs. W. L. Ivc. Brook. 59 29 .070 Gina to. 45 41 .523 Iio to. 52 33 Cio Bitts. 45 43 .511 i a i lit. 51 36 .594 Louis. 39 47 .454 st. A. 50 a .581 n. 35 to .411 Bilto. 50 37 .575 Wash. .�?~34 57 .371 Chica. 47 39 .552 Cleve. I j 75 Ito nut to secure slim Helen. Seattle Wash., aug. 2.�?upon the receipt the news that governor refers had honoured requisition papers in the Case William Armstrong wanted in Chicago for jury bribery Armstrong a attorneys filed in the Superior court Here a petition for his release in a writ Hareas Corpus. Tenort not credited. Washington aug. 2.�?the renewal the report this time from Rome that South and Central american countries Are forming an Alliance to offset the american tendency toward expansion and imperialism excites Only derision in the diplomatic circles the no termed Good weather f i Adit racing. Cowes aug. 2.�?�?ocowes�?� week opened with gorgeous weather though the beat was intense. A capital sailing Breeze was blowing and the Days racing was exciting. The Prince Wales and the Duke it York were Hoard the Britannia the roads presented a Brilliant spectacle. There we a yachts flying the flags All nations. Simples Quot things. An exc c twi a i pedant Mother j i Al j l can Casity real ii if she stops to think a moment How dangerously wrong it is to Swallow medicines when in her condition. She can see that the outside application a liniment which softens and relaxes must certainly be the thing for her to use. Such a liniment is mothers Friend which Raj a can depend upon doing her a world Good before and during labor. Send to us for our free illustrated Book a before baby is born a mothers Friend is sold in drug stores for $1 a bottle from tee Bradfield regulator co., Atlas. A. Soldiers Home and the mixing Tho inmates the institution with the people Phoebus. Its appearance at Phoebus . Wyman thinks under these circumstances would be simply a coincidence. The opinion was expressed that the situation continues encouraging inasmuch As the disease has been kept within its original hounds. None the nearby towns other than Phoebus has reported the appearance infection suspicions cases. The people for Miles around the Home Are very much alarmed hut Are quiet. No restrictions have been placed the departure the several Hundred visitors at old Point Comfort but . Pettus who has absolute charge affairs there will exercise careful supervision these who May leave so As to avoid danger their communicating the disease. This will apply also to the soldiers nov stationed in the government reservation there and who have been ordered to proceed to Battery Point. Word reached the surgeon general that arrangements had been made for the transportation these m n through the army quartermaster. Policeman catch the fever. Hampton va., aug. 2.�?the most important development the Day la the yellow fever situation was the discovery three cases in the town phoebu3, adjoining the soldiers Home. Policeman Joseph Mastin is one the victims and the most remarkable feature his Case is the fact that he believed he had yellow jaundice. While walking about the streets he was seen by surgeon White the Marine Hospital service stationed at Hampton who at once pronounced the disease yellow ver. Or. White ordered policeman Mastin to return to his heme which was promptly quarantined. The other two victims Are old soldiers who were found in a Saloon. Fever at polio Ebuy. Norfolk va., aug. 2.�?yellow fever appeared at Phoebus a Little town a1 most adjoining Hampton. The Scourge appeared among the negroes and six cases and two deaths were reported. There is no change in the local Situa 2 j 2 2 i 0 0 a a to 17 i Hon except that the authorities have redoubled their Diligence to prevent the fever spreading to this City from Hampton elsewhere. Dud shipboard. San Francisco aug. 2.�?colonel Hawkins the Pennsylvania regiment died july 18 Board the transport senator just arrived Here with his regiment from Manilla. His death occurred two Days after the transport sailed from Yokohama. Apoplexy is said to have been the cause death. The remains were embalmed Hoard the ship and brought Here for shipment to Pennsylvania. Royal t absolutes pure Baki no powder absolutely a pure makes the food More delicious and wholesome ova i faking Rooen co., new von. At Pittsburgh it. H. E. Pittsburg .5 2 0 0 0 i i a a i 15 i Baltimore i 10 0000 0�? 2 17 3 batteries a Tanniehill and Hehr Lver me Glun Ity and Smith. Burnwood Aud Hunt. At Louisville it. Ii. E. Louisville 0 5 0 2 0 0 0 0 a a 7 7 2 new York ____00000000 in i 0 batteries Dowling and Powers Meekin Aud Wilson and Warner. Smith. At Philadelphia it. Ii. E. Cleveland. I 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 2�? 5 la Philadelphia 0 0 0 5 1 too a a 7 7 batteries Frazer and Douglas Hughes and Sugden. Gaffney and Latham. Second games it. Ii. E Cleveland 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 8 Philadelphia 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 2 9 a batteries a Magee Bernard and me far land Schmidt Aud sudden. Gaffney and Latham. At st. Louis it. H e. St. L. .000000201 1 0301�? 8 15 Boston 0001010 1010300�? 7 17 i batteries Powell Sudroff and Sebree eng oat Nichols and Clark. Of Day Aud Mccarr. At Cincinnati it. La e. Cincinnati Brooklyn. 200002000 i 9 i batteries a Hawley and Peltx Yeager Dunn und Farrell. Lynch und Connolly at Chicago it. Ii. E. Chicago .0 1 0 0 0 2 0 3 a 0 to 4 Washington 0 2 i 0 0 0 i 0 in 5 to 2 butteries a Griffith and Chance Mercer Aud Kittridge. Etna lie and Mcdonald. President Lewi nut sustained. Chicago aug. 2.�?the Cicero town Beard by a vote 5 to 2 has refused to sustain president John Lewis Cicero in his efforts to suppress gambling the Hawthrone Racetrack. President Lewis has raided the track twice during the summer and secured the indictments a number bookmakers a charge gambling but the work has been done at his own expense. The Beard refused to vote an appropriation $2,500 to carry the work. Reeling off Hie genuine. Minneapolis aug. 2.�?�?oold Many Hanson is still grinding Cut the centuries. He reels hum Over his shoulder As if he had 20 More to spare. Six Hundred end Twenty Miles in 55 hours and 40 minutes was the score up to 1 30 p. In. Within the worlds record the six Hundredth mile was finished in a sprint in 2 38, and Hansen was still feeling fresh As a May morning. Returned from Klondike. Duluth. Minn., aug. 2.�?emerson Bull this City has returned after 18 months spent in the Klondike country. The fact that he did not expand his efforts in Hunting Gold is responsible for a successful life there. Or. Bull says the people who Are making Money in the Klondike Are those in musings. London time a Leer. London aug. 2.�?the times makes no reference to exp rotary War Alger except in a new York dispatch commenting upon his a a apology and pointing out that the charges preferred against general Alger by Many respectable american journals some which were repeated in the times were made for Many months and hive never been answered Rad Are not answered now. Weal Aru league. At Indianapolis Indianapolis 9 Buffalo 5. At Detroit Detroit 8 grand rapids 5. Interstate league. At Youngstown Youngstown 8 Dayton 4. At Mansfield Mansfield 3 Toledo 5. At Newcastle a Newcastle 2 Spring Odd i. At Wheeling a fort Wayne 7 Wheeling 6. Turf Winner. At st. Louis guide Rock late Powlek Harrole Floyd Imp. Mint Sauee parole do Eltho Liu. At Chicago Martin Duke Princess Murphy Helen a pet Tenby maharajah Mizpah. At Windsor by George a urea. Our Lizzie daily report lady the West porn Mery. At Saratoga voter Toluca mesmerism i Adolph Spreckels in Reusser. At Brighton Beach All Gold Klondyke Queen Flower Gold Madge the Devil Dollic Welt Huff. The weather. For Ohio fail fresh Bra variable i winds becoming Westerly for Indiana fair continued High tem. Peru Ture fresh to brisk southerly wind j for weal Virginia generally fair Eon a untied High temperature variable winds. In Dek i Kesse be. Cleveland aug. 2.�?adjutant general Alliue said that lie had found a Way to smash the Boycott As far a3 it affected the troops. Every Day since the soldiers arrived they have teen subjected to annoyances because the refusal merchants to sell them necessary supplies. General Axline pointed out the ctr r Day that these merchants could he prosecuted under the civil rights Law which requires All keepers inns restaurants and places Public amusement and accommodation to serve All people alike. General Axline declared that if any More complaints discriminate against soldiers came to him he would appoint a judge advocate general to proceed against the merchants and thus seek to firing them to time. There seems to he a disposition to stir up trouble among the employees the Little consolidated company. More than half them have Bren initiated into the Union the big consolidated a former employee and a dispatch has been sent to senator m. A. Hanna who is in France asking i him if he a president the Little consolidated company will recognize the Union. No answer has yet been received to the cablegram. Ohio has no specific statute covering boycotting conspiracy and it has been questionable whether the boycotted could he reached. Judge Hamilton who stands practically at inc head the Cleveland bar said that it would b impossible to collect damages from boy Cotters. A boycotting is however a crime a he said a under the common Law covering conspiracy and any person who is refused goods by a merchant can cause the arrest loth the persons who asked that the person he boycotted. And also the merchant who Refus a to sell goods for View be ii Iii Clark. Los Angeles cal., aug. 2.�?senator w. A. Clark who is in the City stated in an interview that in his opinion there is nothing sure about William j. Bryan s nomination by the democratic party at its National convention. The senator also said that he is not sure about Silver liking the great Issue the next Campaign though he still Calls himself a bimetal list. He believes to a certain extent in expansion and feels that the War in the Philippines be carried until the filipinos surrender. Municipal architects a the term applied by . Moat to Horg Titi and Slattery. New York aug. 2.�?the feature the session the Maze legislative investigating committee was the examination messes. Morgan and Slat j 4 a a n in w m i if Novi i a not a to off it t to a to Aid cuban orphans Clara Barton tells about the homeless thousands. thousand children Parent who perished during the period re concentration Wilt be care fur and a firm architects and contract i Noble work red Cross. Tors who testified that they had work steamboats jails gardens station houses dump shows etc., for various City departments. Or. Miss the attorney the committee applied to them the title a municipal . Moss tried to show hew it was that they had been allowed to condemn the plans other architects. Or. Slattery declined to answer certain question touching his qualifications As an architect referred . Moss to his partner . Morgan and a Lively controversy ensued. New May column reduced to m in minium. Price lumber in Nev York has j advanced 15 per Cut. Mrs. Martha Rollins suicide at Fremont o., by taking morphine. Price lumber in the Northwest has be a raised $1 per thousand. Ohio paid $21,341,065 id internal Revenue to the government last year. The tribe Yaquis indians Are the Warpath in Mexico having killed several american. The belgian ministry resigned account the rejection All the government election Hills. The remains the John Brown raiders will a re interred at North Elba n. Y., from Harper s ferry. Major Raymond estimates that the testimony onion. Madrid aug. 2.�?colonel Ordonez at the court martial testified that he was blockaded and the Refore did Noi take a part in the conference where it was decided to surrender. But he said a believed All Means resistance had been exhausted though perhaps the capitulation might have been avoided by an attempt to break through Tim enemy a lines causing much bloodshed. However the spirit the troops was weakened when they All Hopf outside help. Favor tit automobile. Washington aug. 2.�? . Edens Chicago assistant general superintendent the free delivery Post office department reached Here in the course to i revenis Anthine Andersen ind., aug. 2.�?the Union has decided to Institute Legal proceeding to prevent the window Glass companies Indiana joining the propose Combine. Advantage is taken an old Section the statute which provides that in ease any corporation shall depart from its purposes for which it was organized its charter May be forfeited and Hie concern placed in the hands a receiver. A hanged by a mob. Georgiana ala., aug. 2.�?solomon Jones a negro was hanged by a mob near Forrest this county for attempting to assault a Young White woman. Treasury statement. Washington. Aug. 2.�?statement to condition the Treasury available rash balance $271,814,167 Gold re a $ 1,543. Market Khim its. Bruin Mil Stork quotation for ans i Chi ugly. Cattle Good to game ?5 30ft 5 la a commoner Grade. $4 35ft/5 25 stockers and feeders .3 25ft/ i so bulls and heifers $2 25ft15 25 Texas stems $3 5<k./5 30. Calves #3 5oftitj 75. Hogs heavy $3 st to i to median 4 to ft/4 45 Light $1 30ftrf4 55 p is f3 is it 4 to culls $2 Imko 3 85. Sheep and lambs prime Wethers $5 a 5 25 culls $2 25ft/3 25 Good lambs a 04>ftfl to 75 inferior grades flir fti.5 75. Wheat no. 2, 7ift/7dc. C Orus it. 2, 31 ft/31 re. Oath no. 2, 2be. Pittsburg. Rattle Choice 5 wit b 70 prime 5 50ft 5 tit Good ?5 25ft/5 33 Lily butchers $4 941/5 to fair $4 boft/4 so common 3 50ft/4 to Heifer $3 25ft/4 75 bulls Stags and cows $3 ooft/4 a a fresh cows 30 my so . 4 a1 veil 5 50ft4j . Hogs prime mediums Al 85ft/4 87vj Good yorkers Al h�k</4 85 fair yorkers Al 7<so 4 75 pigs f4 7ik</ us heavy hogs Al 7u/ 4 75. Sheep anti lambs Choice sheep la sis./, 4 to Good Al irv./4 75 fair Al 25ft/4 50 lambs 4 7<k,/4j 04. Cleveland. Hogs yorkers mid pigs f4 70 mediums Ami heavies $1 55. Sheep Jim Lamb a Good to Choice wether sheep Al 50ft /1 fair t a it Good mixed sheep f i ski i 25 Good to Choice lambs f5 bek/i5 75 fair to Good $5 04v.3 23. Cattle to Best dry fed steers $3 la ft/5 23 fair to Good Butcher stuff Fly 5 4/0 fair to Good Grassy steers f4 25ft/. 4 a com Mon and Light Grassy steers $3 85ft/4 15 heifers 4 4mk./4 75 fair to Good Butcher cows $3 4k</3 75 common 12 <.4ko2 so bulls $3 isw/3 73 in Alt tops f4 5<> fair to Good Fri 23. Pang poverty Detroit aug. 2.�?mrs. Mary Steven Bon poisoned her two children Emma a d 3, and Ella a i a with morphine and took a dose the drug herself. Both the girls Are dead and. The Mother is at Harp r Hospital with very Small chances surviving. Mrs. Stevenson was in Smight Neil circumstances. The Mother died later. Fifth settlement mud. Nev Yeik aug. 2.�?it was stated at the Headquarters the striking tailors the t go settlements had been made during the Day making Igo in All permitting about 2,000 Mea to return to work. The vein Tirl is Are still out hut will begin soon to make settlements. Is the be re s have signified a Wili Lorneta to do to. Cost building a deep waterway from introducing automobiles in the pos the great lak4 a to the Atlantic will be Tai service. He conferred with several $200,000,000. I ofti4dais, and will leave for Chicago sympathizers the Cleveland where a Noylor test will he made. Or. Strikers have obstructed the tracks i Edens says the new vehicle can he the Sandusky and interurban lines i used effectively in thee collection t i new Lurk. Patties common to Cholee tc4-r, Al j 5 75 it Zig Aldo. 15 Bull 2 it ftf3 i cow Al 7.5 .3 75. V his investigation the feasibility j my veal 4 50 Tup Fri Buttermilk f t 54 we Tern $3 8.5. To lice 4ind sheep f t 4m </4 Lamb 15 4k.7 04> cull 13 <54> .4 54. Hog 14 7<k-/4 is. Vav ii 36vi a at no. 2 red. 73s< 4tats�?no. 2. 29c. 4 no. 2, which Everett is also president. Mail in the Large cities. Dyspepsia a for six years i was a victim Day it be pal a in its worst form i could cat nothing it milk Toast and at times my stomach would not retain and digest even thut last March i began taking Gasca Reth and since then i have steadily improved until i am As Well As i Ever was in my Daviu ii mu8fht, Newark. O. Candy cathartic p a i huh in m bloc Cuttito Moi Mash pleasant. Palatable. Potent. Taste Good do Good. Never Wicker weaken Gripe. Mac 5&c, Mac. Cure constipation. knu4/ company Klu it. Of. Loft. Sii sold a id Glia ran tee Fly All drag re in Baw gifts to it. punched the Umpire. Detroit aug. 2.�?in the first inning Ella a fold questioned a decision Haskell a Anil the Umpire ordered him to tile Bench. This angered the he met Stop and he punched Haskell in the face so a it ral time splitting his upper lip and marking his Eye. Manager r Beck says Elberfeld will play no More with the team this season after such a disgraceful action. Detroit won the game in the sixth inning. Affair Al who Domingo. Puerto Plata aug. 2.�?the assassins i president ii in Aux Anil their Fri Nils Are in the mountainous Dis Trolet about 25 Miles North Moca. J us nor Don Cordero late minister it i the Interior Bas Tak n the Field against them with 400 men. The acting pies Dent Wenceslao Figuero in View j the anxiety the commercial classes Over the deprecated paper currency has promised to retire much the Issue. A Buffalo. Cat i in Butcher a f4 g5ft/5 25 Quot shipping f3 4 Al 5 30 Tup $5 44 to 3 Iii cow and Heifer f4 i Quot </4 37�?~fc Tut Kern Aud feeder $3 5 to i to. Calve 13 75 it ii 25 hog yorker 73ft14 wit other grades 14 75. A a a Peep end Good to Cholee Spring , shall my 25 Good $5 50ft j 5 75 i till Aud common Al 04k�/4 to mixed 4 8.5 Cut Lund common f3 it a yearling. F3 t t ft/5 25. New York aug. 2.�?an article has been written by miss Clara Barton the subject the cuban recon Cen trades. Miss Barton says that there Are now in Cuba 50,000 destitute orphan children who have in. The last few years died starvation and want. These children Are scattered throughout nearly every City and town sufficient size and importance to receive the driven out country people. The recon a trades were largely the country people property Farmers and Small planters. Quot a a a a miss Barton says a the cubans Are not responsible for the destitution these children. When the starving re Coneen trades were driven into the towns the residents divided food and clothing with them and then divided again and again hut there was a Point at which the y had to Stop giving. A to one who knows Only Ordinary conditions poverty and destitution the aspect these children As found is often terrifying. It was a subject f4 i both human and medical study and together the red Cross surgeons and trained nurses thought out and wrought out a system. A the system is this finding it impossible to Tak the time to att rpt to follow the customary methods m King up Large asylums in the great cities As the coalitions these children meant life and death to themselves and to others it was decided to gather them up just where they Are making smaller asylums the plainest and simplest kind interesting the authority and the people the City at All tin p in the movement securing their full co operation providing for All wants Ami making it possible for the people the towns to look after them at their own. Without continued care and Arr to it Ltd it oar warrant. Fitzgerald ga., aug. 2.�?j, n. Mckinley a first Cousin president Mckinley was arreste4l Here a peace warrant. The warrant was sworn out by j. M. Fickler a neigh tor and g. A. R. Comrade Mckinley and Fickler live adjoining tracts land and have ha4l trouble before. Or. Mckinley moved Here from Canton o., about two years ago Ami is a Farmer. He is charged by Fickler with using threatening language against him and also with seeking to have Kickler a p4-Nsion discontinued. Or. Mckinley has Given Bond to keep the peace. A Len re a Iii Ohio. Los Angeles. Cal., aug 2.�?a. J. Padan an i surant agent filed a Bill bankruptcy Here in the unite states circuit court. Or. Padan acknowledges an indebtedness $158,-655. Hit creditors ate All in Ohio and the Bills and papers Call for payment at Portsmouth The Petitioner states that a Only property is the House Hohl goods valued at $140, which he claims to he exempt. Or. Padan says that he assigned in Ohio three and a half years ago but that the courts did not Grant him Relief. 1 4-4 p. 4 i us clone i ii to i i i. 2 red 88 Csc. Fort 4 Tat no. 2 mixed 22 wheat no mixed 34g. Rye no. 2. Lard 15 4> ton f4i 15. A ii iut >3 4 5ft/4 six 4 attit�?$3 shop $2 415ft/4 25. Lamb $4 4 4 15 i. Hulk meats $5 13. A 44 vi/5 i co. Boat . It it in it it Bio fleeces x and above 28ft129e xxx and xxx and i Misc sift/32c Ida die 33c no. I combing 32ft/33c no. 2 combing ift/22c. Toledo. Wheat no. 2, 74 a. Gem no. 2 mixed 33c. Oats no. 2 tnix4d, 295 Rye no. 2, 2c. Glovers?�?�?�$3 in. Haiti for. Butter a Acy crib any ?29c. Eggs a it -1 ,. Will not by to pen. Denver. A la. 2.�?the operating committee the american smelting and refining company at a meeting decide i not to iecp4n the smelters in this City and Pueblo at the 4-ale recommended by the state Hoard arbitration. Ii a Kif it a to lie extradited Washington aug. 2.�?the state de i apartment issued a warrant for the surrender to the Canadian authorities Samuel f. Darkness under arrest a Toledo ofor alleged theft in Canada Castoria for infants and children. 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