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20 Dec 1895

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20 Dec 1895

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Defiance Express (Newspaper) - December 20, 1895, Defiance, Ohio It pays to advertise in the doily Republican a everybody reads it. if you see it in a rrb a daily it is sure to be so. Vol. 2.defiance, Ohio Friday december 20, 1895. No. 194 dawning upon if Al that the situation is Graver than they first believed. Nipped in the Bud. British open their eyes. The government s official Organ Saj a great Britain will never recognise the commission sent to Vrue Ancla. London dec. 20.�?in common noon the venezuelan question papers generally agree that the is in Tiou is much More serious than thou. To be at first. In the Public mind also. There is a general feeling disappointment at the action Congress in supporting the stand taken by president Cleveland in his message to that body. The Stock Exchange hero Aud the exchanges throughout the country continue under the influence the difficulty which hts Arisen Between great Britain and tile United states. At Tbs same time there is no excitement. The pall mall Gazette says a coarse whatever happens America will lose credit Over Tho affair. It is pro titular by Inopportune when Many her railways need Money a the afternoon newspapers All coma n Long editorial article Sou the venezuelan question the general Tenor their tolerances being the same As yester Lay though All agree that the matter is i a coming much Graver. The Globe a High conservative Organ and a newspaper which is supposed to be terms intimacy with the government gives warning that Grant Britain will remain firm say a president Cleveland May appoint a dozen commissions but England will remain firm in her refusal to recognize them and any jurisdiction this sort. This is our unalterable position to the j consequences what Tivey May. We will never submit to such unparalleled the Globe is also irate at the recent utterances . Chauncey m. Depew especially his reference to Tho easy manner in which the United states could conquer Canada saying a the overwhelming naval strength England would enable her to pour troops into Canada at any sign danger and Small warships could be sent to the lakes and Chicago Detroit and Buffalo would be utterly at their the St. James Gazette says that the britishers were much disappointed Reading the american telegrams and expresses the fear that the americans will not read the diplomatic correspondence see that lord Salisbury is right adding. A we think the american press with its customary Enterprise has Given its readers everything but the essential facts and the tendency the moment is to believe that president Cleveland has made a spirited Effort to uphold his country a Honor. The americans if sensible Are also sentimental and would fight with All the fierce Energy their race for a principle. We know it and respect them for it. What is inconceivable is that they can imagine there is any occasion for resentment. Let them read the the pall mall Gazette among other things says a for tile present it is enough that the Foremost jurists America unanimously condemn the Olney doctrine while but one single Continental journal repute sustains . A a conspiring to overthrow hawaiian government arrested. Honolulu dec. 20.�?w. J. Sheridan and . James Underwood recent arrivals were arrested charged with conspiring to overthrow the government and the Republic Hawaii. The authorities claim those men came to Hawaii for that purpose and that they have conspired Between themselves and others to overthrow the government. The conspiracy was effected partly at san Francisco and partly Here. They were leaders a movement to be organized but which had gained no headway. They were laying plans for an uprising a Enar actor that would have proved serious. The bulk the Force was to be local. Several local parties Are named As being Active m the conspiracy with the two filibuster ers. The linty one was to have the guns at military Headquarters made useless. This was to be accomplished by the personal friends the soldiery whom it was thought could a bribed. Underwood and Sheridan were to be generals the army and other persons were named As under officers. No others will be arrested in the matter. It is desired to punish Only the ringleaders. Underwood is said to be a Morrow a who figured in the san Francisco papers sensational Story a raid Hawaii. Morrow had advertised for fighting men. He Lias been Here two months and visited Lanai and Maui. Political Alliance. South Aud Central american Republic Alay join Lucia Sam. Washington dec. 20.�?a meeting at the state department Between Secretary Olney Aud the ministers to the United states Venezuela Mexico and Brazil is understood to have involved important considerations affecting our South and Central american relations. Although the matter has not yet taken definite official form there is reason to believe that All the republics South and Central America will communicate officially to the United states their Hearty approval the enunciation the Monroe doctrine made by Tho president and . Olney. It is understood also that serious consideration is being Given by the South and Central american diplomats to an International convention to be attended by All the republics North Aud South America somewhat similar to the pan american conference but with a to political rather Thau commercial Alliance the general lines the Monroe doctrine. Told her deathbed. Mary log Feller say i mar Stanley did nut murder a child. Madison iud., dec. 20.�?mary los Feller who was Elmer Sauley a Only companion when he is said to have it noted sister. Inc refined to in a us in i the other tru it ate i the Bible. At a recant meeting the equal rights Els t Hartford conn., mrs. L. I. I gave an interesting sketch Ltd. Tee late miss Abby Smith Glastonbury conn., who for Many Reiers refused to pay her taxes because a Dre lid not have a vote while her by r Tulia r ised cows and made five a the Bible. Abby mixed the Breeze that waste i them to Fate. In the Days the a a in i their talk about the end the a void i. Julia wanted to learn if there a any warrant in the original a vow for Millers in i Tho world in 18t3 so she t cd ii Braw and then went to it i and translated the Bible. A i Byon unable to find a a i mrs. A a to it an one Man translated his hand cramped. It know the Senate not in As by ? hurry for War As tile House. Do hot expect trouble. Pill appropriating 100,000 for a communion to to s. It to Venezuela in temporarily tied up la the Senate. Ii Washington dec. 20. As soon As the Senate journal had been read and approved the clerk the House announced the passage by the House the till appropriating $100, for the expenses the committee to investigate the Bible the Boundary Between British Guiana by Many i Aud Venezuela which was recommend an i has appeared t de by the president and the vice presi n lines As a wic j Dent immediately Laid it before the i dbl j alone. Work j i up a k a Cut ism a i Dill til w t v a in to her closet never at Lisle them. A in a n Lale s �?~cover-1�?~cyan in a 4 Bible a and a so Bible. No a Man Ever a it alone and unaided. This a a woman to do and not it live times dbl she per herculean labor and then shut the translations up in it r a Quarter a Century toe time intending to pub probably no woman after the ago so can show such a record As that i Alia Smith. X at the age 82 she had a lawsuit in her town which a decided in her favor and was then Appeal i by the defendant to the court common pleas in this City resulting in a Long trial the Smith Sisters coming Over every Day Julia being the brightest witness the stand in spite her four score years and two. At the age 84 she published her translation the Bible. At Tho ago so she was married making a record which easily distances the records ordinal mortal Jujj Tho 8 s. Cast Iron bricks. Wall Soma German limitation con grafted i hat material. A while i was in Germany last year a said w. L. Burgess new Haven a i came across several Walls surrounding some the Public institutions that were constructed out cast Iron bricks. These bricks certainly have Many advantages Over the old fashioned Clay bricks though they May not Provo to be Superior in All respects. In form and size these bricks resemble our Ordinary bricks but they Are composed cast Iron and hollow. T in Shell is so thin that the Brick weighs less than one made Clay. A Wall is built such material without the use mortar and no skilled labor is required in laying them. Tho upper Ami lower sides the bricks Are provided with grooves and projecting drowned a child by throwing it trom a ribs which tit into each other easily they have a some a to Paris dec. 20.�?All the newspapers which comment upon president Cleveland a message and the subsequent action the United states Congress support the stand taken by great Britain in the matter and protest that Monroe ism is not and can not be a principle International Law. Cincinnati in with him. Cincinnati dec. 20.�?the Cincinnati chamber Commerce by unanimous vote adopted resolutions commending the action president Cleveland in Tho Venezuela matter. V tongs used by Bryant. Laporte ind., dec. Ames this county has aft interesting relic in the shape a pair Iron tongs made by his father Charles Ames for William Cullen Bryant. The tongs were made in 1812. Bryant at that time occupied a room in the Ames residence Aud it was while living there that he penned . Ames also has a part a fire shovel made at Tho same time for . Bryants use. Murderous burglar hanged. Philadelphia dec. 20.�?theodore Lambert was hanged in the Camden jail at 10 1 a thursday morning for the murder William g. Fairer a wealthy Baker dec. A i swi. The Effort to save the murderers life was the most remarkable record. The Steamer spree stranded. Southampton dec. 20.�?the North German Lloyd a steamship spree. Captain Willero god from new York dec. To for this port and Bremen stranded tile Warden ledge near Totland a Tula we . Skiff into the Ohio River made oath Here yesterday her dying bed that Hanley was innocent and that the child died in her arms from the effects an accidental fall. Hanley is now serving a life sentence in the prison North. New anti slavery Law. Cairo Egypt dec. 20.�?a new antislavery Law will soon come into operation in Egypt supplanting the convention 1877, which was found to be defective a year ago inasmuch As it provided no penalty for the purchaser a slave but for the seder Only. Another provision the Law is the abolition trial by court martial and the substitution a civil court composed native and european judges. Him heart torn out. Anderson iud., dec. 20.�?while out Hunting Henry Rodgers Laid his gun against a log and began probing the log to get a Squirrel out. It is supposed that his clothing caught the Hammer and caused tile gun to go off tearing out his heart. It has been less than a year since his brother was killed by a similar Accident in the same Woods. And perfectly and form a Wall great strength. There Are also two Large circular openings in the upper Side each Brick arranged so As to receive projections the lower Side the Brick that is to be placed above it. One the projections is Hook shaped which secures a solid hold. A Wall these bricks is put together very quickly. After the Wall is built it is covered with paint. This closes All Tho cracks rendering the Wall air tight and prevents the bricks from rusting. The bricks Are very durable and a building constructed them would be practically better Liun the usual showing. New York dec. 20.�?randolph Parmley receiver for the firm Lombard amp Ayres said a careful examination the books bears out a previous statement that the assets will be close to $1,000,000, with liabilities less than one fourth that sum. Acquitted wife murder. Logansport iud., dec. 20.�?George Sloop was acquitted wife murder in the Monticello circuit court. The state claimed that his wife died injuries inflicted her head by Sloop oct. 5, but it was proven that her injuries were the result a fall. A Canille crusade. A crusade is about to be begun against the canine race says a Paris letter. It has been discovered that whereas there Are nearly 500,000 dogs in Paris Thero Are Only some 80,000 that Are licensed. Should the authorities carry out their intention making a hecatomb All dogs for whom licenses have not been procured a profitable Industry will be overtaken by ruin. For the 500,000 dogs Cost according to official statistics Over �5,000,000 for especially prepared food. There Are Twenty five manufacturers dog collars and muzzles who employ considerably Over 1,000 hands there Are five dog Bakers six manufacturers dog biscuits 150 dog Barbers three pharmacies stocked with canine medicines two dozen Canino infirm Aries and two great dog hospitals All which will have to close up if the government proceeds with the contemplated Slaughter the canine innocents. Adjournment supreme court. Washington dec. 20.�?chief Justice Fuller announced in the supreme court that court would adjourn for the holidays monday next and that the court would meet monday Only for the purposes hearing motions Ami delivering opinions. Toyed with her affection. Indianapolis dec. 20.�?miss Alice Berry was Given a verdict $5,000 in her breach Promise suit against John Anderson a travelling Salesman. Probably thought it was a huge. Columbia City iud., dec. 20.�?isaac Zellers who runs a feed barn Iii this City had his nose bitten off by a horse while he was feeding it. Heavy taxes among ancient hebrew. During the reign Solomon the taxation the hebrews became so heavy that immediately the succession his son a Demaud for a reduction was made and upon its refusal the chief tax collector Adoram was stoned to death and secession the ten tribes at once followed. Among the hebrews during the theocracy the taxes were very severe. There was a poll tax half a shekel about 30 cents a tribute the first fruits and first born animals a redemption tax the first born son a tithe for the Tabernacle another for the Levites and a third every third year for the poor. It has been computed that the total taxation exceeded thirty six per cent the land valuation. Senate. Senator Sherman rep., o., moved its reference to the committee foreign relations which will be Morgan dem the foreign re i latinos committee and senator Sherman rep., both made speeches sup i porting the president but protesting against haste. Senator Sherman also expressed the belief that there would be no War a ii that the matter could be adjusted peaceably. Or. Lodge rep., mass followed . Sherman in a vigorous speech. Ile said to was not in haste but he thought the time for the commission to report should be limited and gave notice an amendment providing that Tho commission should report by april i. He did not think the Monroe doctrine could be held up As a proposition International Law but he believed it should be supported As we supported the declaration Independence because it was our doctrine. Or. Voorhees dem., id took ground in favor immediate action. Great Britain took five months to say she would not arbitrate. He thought we should not make any further delay but appoint a commission to see what belonged to great Britain Aud give her that and no More. He did not believe there was any danger War but thought the dignity the United Staten demanded that we should act without any further delay. Or. Allen pop neb objected to a second Reading tile Bill which would carry it Over until tomorrow. In a Short speech he said he did not expect there would to any War. He thought the amendment proposed by . Lodge meant that there would be More a political War Thau anything else. Or. Hawley rep., Conn said it was not so much a Case War As information. No one knew what were the facts. Great Britain herself did not know. Ile wanted the Bill referred because it was the dignified and proper Way. Amendments could then be considered. Senator Chandler had read a petition in the British parliament urging arbitration All disputes Between great Britain and the United states and senator Teller said Congress should uphold the president. He never expected to see a president who would not uphold the Monroe doctrine As american doctrine it was not International Law. Facts were what was now wanted to learn if the doctrine filled the present Case. Or. Teller said there was no haste in the matter. The Boundary question was one Long standing and great Britain was taking no extraordinary Steps in regard to it. He did not care if the committee took a month to consider the Bill. No impression the Solidarity the United states would be Given to the world by unduly carrying. He was not in favor War. War Between the United states and great Britain would be the greatest struggle since the Days Alexander Aud any one familiar with conditions today must know it would be a Universal War. In his judgment there would be no we str Over so trivial a question. At the conclusion . Tellers speech senator Morgan said he Woald like to have Tho Bill referred to the foreign relations committee but unless the objection to its second Reading was w withdrawn it would have to remain the table. Or. Alien refused to withdraw his objection and so the Bill went Over. Or. Morgan said there was a Resolution relating to this general subject before the committee foreign relations and he intended to Call a meeting the committee to consider not Only this Bill but also the Resolution. Two appoint inputs confirmed. Washington Doe. 20.�?Tho Senate today confirmed the nominations interstate Commerce commissioner Cea key Aud weather Bureau chief Willis Mccore. Found guilty. Tacoma dec. 20.�?a verdict guilty was brought in by the jury against George w. Beggs sex City treasurer who was charged with fraudulently using Public funds for personal gain. I the maximum penalty is to years in the Penitentiary. Sentence has not yet been imposed. Negro hanged. Houston tex., dec. 19.�?oscar Hen Nigan coloured was executed yesterday at Giddings for the assassination Martha Bradley i who rejected his offer marriage. A German ship lout. Philadelphia dec. 19.�?Tho German ship Athena from new York for Bremen was lost at sea dec. To together with her Captain and 13 her Crew 20. Although it a amputated it exact position. Delaware o., dec. 20. A James Snoke had his hand injured in a Cor Husker. The member was amputated and placed in a bottle alcohol in a Plisic Iaus a office. Snoke complained a cramped feeling in his amputated hand Aud the pain becoming in Vieara ble the physician was notified. A examination showed that the by int in the bottle was in a cramped position. When this was remedied Tho pain at once ceased but Snoke w As Able to describe in detail the position in which the fingers were left mid Ever since has been perfectly aware the condition the amputated member and sensitive to the least change to which it May be subjected. Never ceased to love. Couple married who had not seen Kart other for sixty two year. Mcguffey o., dec. 20. A Christ Schultz. S2, Aud miss Martha Cowen 80, were married hero. They were school children together in Germany j she emigrating to this country with her parents when but 18 years old Aud they knew nothing the whereabouts each other until last november when j Schultz came to this country and through friends Learned that miss Cowen was somewhere in Ohio. From that time until now he has been a search for his loved one finding her i Here last Friday. New Lum Porat Ion. Col my us o., Dee. 20.�?the Wais j amp Boos punch and Shear company Cincinnati increase capital Stock from $30,000 to $50,000 Tho knights pythias company Eaton capital Stock $25,000 the new Vienna building and loan company new Vienna capital Brock $100,000 Cambridge Lodge no. I 63, knights pythias. Cambridge St. Paul m. E. Church Cleveland Rad Prokop Volsky Cislo Al Cesko Slovanski brat see Poppo Rojice Jed Nota Cleveland. Quot i orderer 1,000 bail. Mount Vernon a Dee. 20.�?at Brandon five Miles from this place last night Douglas Bicker fired at his Nephew postmaster Jesse Barsock. Tho Ball missed the postmaster but struck his son Jesse i forsook. In kill i ing the letter instantly. The quarrel was Over 80 cent for Post office la it a rent j Ricker was released $1, pm bail. Left it to i Childre Columbus a Dee. 20.�?the will judge Thurman leaves his real estate in the Thurman Aud Deshler addition equally to his three children. All other real estate is divided equally among his two daughters and Allen Vav. Thurman a children. After satisfying some bequests and paying ail debts the residue goes equally to his three children. Dropped the hum. Youngstown it dec. 2 la through the death James t Wick one the old residents Youngstown it was Learned that the name Wick which is one the oldest in the Buckeye stare was originally Wickham. A while our ancestors were crossing the sea to said l. J. Wick a they decided to drop the last not til mod Over yet. Cincinnati dec. 20.�?mrs. Andrews while waiting for a car picked up a pocketbook containing a ,000 and turned it Over to a policeman. No report has been made by any the members the Force this amount Money lining turned Over to them and colonel Deitsch thinks there is a mistake somewhere. Bud Gung broken up. Portsmouth cd dec. 20.�?the worst gang River thieves that Ever infested this neighbourhood was broken up by the arrest Smith Price Frank Crawford and Hiram Blair shanty Boatmen All whom Havo served terms Iii the Ohio Penitentiary. Albion Knock Burn out. Massillon cd dec. 20.�?a prize fight Between Michael Burns and Richard Ashton for a purse $200, took place at Sherrodsville. Ashton had Tho Best it from Tho Start and at the end the seventh round knocked Burns out. Lout Mori. Canton o., dec. 20. John e. Kitzmiller insurance Aud real estate and until recently horse dealer has made an assignment to j. P. Fawcett. Assets $80,000 liabilities $48,000. Dull Market and loss horses the Canso. Bight kind u mayor. Bellefontaine cd dec. 20.�?harvey Cotter a Young desperado who recently tried to kill policeman Kirman this place was captured yesterday by mayor Emerson the officers being too timid to arrest him. A a. Killed by u Hiatt. Steubenville cd dec. 20.�?john Kelly an employee at Bloomfield Tunnel the Panhandle was struck and killed by a Rock from a blast. He a standing 800 Yards away. Curl Browne s Bond forfeited. Canton a dec. 20.�?carl Browne failed to appear for trial yesterday the charge criminal libel. His Boud $200 we As declared recited. Carpet Home a Ign. Cincinnati dec. 20.�?peck amp Bejach carpet dealers assigned yesterday to Frank Zin Shimer. Assets $80,000 liabilities $88,000. Lout slim Job. Minerva cd dec. 20.�?City marshal Bob Cassidy has been deposed for drunkenness. Re kit turkish affairs. Minister Terrell says about 30,000 armenians have been killed. Washington dec. 20.�?the president has made response to the Senate Resolution dec. 4 calling for information received by the state department respecting affairs in Turkey. The response is in the shape a report by Secretary Olney summarizing but not including the official correspondence and beginning no i the in. Acres at Muesli Iii Angust i he i. Iii substance the Secretary a report recounts All that has been done to protect american against the rioters shows that while til in property has suffered in two instances they have not been injured in person quotes minister Terrell As estimating the number Arminana killed at 80.000, Aud after i s wherein naturalized a a oppressively Treut a it per Steps have been h n Lemity in All cases it / in naturalized citizens v rights. Fin v says the norther it Ltd. is in Turley is not known int that there Are in missionaries scattered dec new Mon Are taking the place strikers in Philadelphia. Won 1 Amene cd Stab j taken to so and to pre in tin a to i Secretary United my accurately 172 Autem that Over Asia minor Aud a number our citizens in business besides naturalized armenians temporarily residing in Turkey Aud time probably the whole number these persons is Between 500 and 600. The Bil k this american element is found in the Interior Asia minor and Syria in quarters Remote from our consulates isolated and inaccessible exocet by difficult Mountain journeys. Will general they never Quitt the nor it Milo snubbed by Georgia populists. Atlanta dec. 20. The state convention the populist party met yesterday in the House representatives for the purpose appointing delegates to Tho next National convention. Tho feature the meeting was a snub to general Coxey who came near being refused an invitation to so a last night. He was not even invited to a seat the stand Bot occupied unnoticed a seat Uear the door. Tho convention was largely attended. Hotly snatchers arrested. Topeka dec. 20.�?the police caused the arrest the Man who is believed to Gay mounted police and disc a be guilty the recent body snatching. St Tho culprit is m. E. Lowe recently Abuy injun in thai prof City scavenger. The police also arrested a Dif Ull l a Eitl Ray Woma f. Ii. Martin and l. In Duncan students at tic Kansas medical College and . Muney Dean the College. Pew car Are being rub. The Backbone the strike in still la tact anti it in thought the critical period will be beached lie fore Long. Philadelphia dec. 20 a Tho thin Day the great strike Tho motor Ima Aud conduct Ore Tho Union traction company finds the lines the company All Over the City still tied up Aud the Backbone the strike yet unbroken. It is True a few More cars were running today than yesterday but very few. Wednesday 61 cars were run out a total More than 2.000. Thursday probably too were running. All these carry More policemen Thau passengers. In some instances the escort mounted officers which was the Novelty yesterday was absent but no car had less than four patrolmen the two platforms. Not Many the Motorman and conductors Wear uniforms this indicating that Green men Are running the cars. The amalgamated association leaders Are in High spirits and claim a Victory but the railway officials declare they will never accede to the demands made through this association nor recognize it. The strikers and thir friends Are sullen and defiant and the traction company and Public officials Are firm and determined. Tho electricians the second and third Street Branch have struck Aud consequently the entire machinery the Road was stopped. The electricians the electric traction Branch mastered at the Power House at Delaware Avenue Ami Beach Street also went oat a my the machinery there is stopped. The electricians have been offered increased pay if they will return to work. A crowd which blockaded Market Street near the Post office and threatened to attack some Street cars were Ltd a god after a with was so it he May a also seriously Hurt. A samoan Queen Beati. Apia Samoa dec. 20.�?miss Margaret Young Newell the manna group is dead. So Quot came to the throne As the direct descendant the Royal line the Side her Mother who married Arthur Young a trader. The Queen was 23 and had reigned four years. Reduction in wine production. Paris dec. 80.�?the official statement the Vintage France for 1895 shows the total production to have been 26.688.000 hectolitres a reduction 12, 365.000 hectolitres from last years product and 1,014,000 from the average the last to years. Jumped into a Cistern. Ann Arbor mich., dec 20 a mrs. Charles Grossman wife a prominent hardware merchant committed suicide by jumping into a Cistern Back their House. Heavy Gold shipment. New York dec. 20.�?estimates Gold engagements for shipment saturdays steamers now Range no to i too too Market reports. 19. Grain and Stork quotations for i it . New York. Brett family 0041 so extra mess it so it Cost 0 packed Soo $11 . Cut meats pickled bellies pickled shoulder so pickled Ham >v4 v. Lard Western steam closed St a Quot set la. Pork old in is 77/40 85 family #18 "5 Hor dear h2 104.14 1 0. Butter Western Dairy. In Doc do Creamery u$2sc do factory hot talc Elgin 8se imitation Creamery it stir state Dairy l w4 2sv. Creamery 2842 atty. Cibecue a Blate Large. 74 <51ue Small 4lt#a� part skims 34 7c full Kirn. Huie. Lag a state and Pennsylvania Western fresh 81 42 a. Wheat�?7v. Corn�?oats�?28?4c. Bye �?42m4.r e. Chicago. Cattle a fair to Best Beeves i 00 4 75 Sto Ker and feeder #3 4043 aft mixed cow and Bull la .>4 us texans 48 104.5 05 a Stern $3 25 #3 us. Hog a Light $3 4043 50 rough packing and shipping 43 37/43 40 mixed and butchers. $55 47/43 to heavy packing and whipping $3 us Cut jul pig s3 p/43 sol a Heep native to 7.v43 85 Western s3 094 b in texans la ftf42 70, lambs a $1 0<4t to. Wheat�?55>�c. Corn a Evv. Rye a six a. Oats�?16 Tai. Pittsburg. Cattle a prime. Is i it i 30 fair to Good butchers Simu 0 bulls cows Aud Stags to aft i us. Hog a heavy. F 55 it i medium 13 0w$ 3 05 roughs 13 _ 5<4� 8>-whoop and Lamb a Choice sheep. Is a Ltd amp 20 common 50e is 50 Cli ice lambs s3 3u<$4 40 exports #3 la /-3 to. Cincinnati. Wheat no. 3 red Ftp Tje. Corny no. 2 mixed 37�?~ie. a no. 3 mixed 3uvau. Hype no. 2, u7i\ lard�?15 15. Hulk meats�?14 50. Bacone 15 50. Hogs Al 55 43 30. Cattle�?s3 2594 . Sheep �?s3jju>0fo 50. Lambs�?14 i044 25. Buffalo. Cattle slow. Hogs yorkers s3 70f�3 d roughs common to Good s3 2f/43 40 mediums and heavies s3 0-v43 70 pig. S3 7743 so. Sheep and lambs extra 40 2 to Good prime is 5o<3 common s3 25 42 50. Spring Lamb to 7.1 Oji 75. V Eal calve a Tojo ,5. What a the matter with the tit the no w officer in charge the Bear in having trouble. San Francisco dec. 20.�?mi re trouble is in Progress the Revenue Cutter Bear. The subordinate a divers jesting Day admitted that they h id forwarded to Washington charges against lieutenant Buchner who was placed Iii command Teipo warily when Captain Healey was suspended but would not state the nature the charges. Lieutenant Daniels Aud Dor ran the Bear who filed the charge against Captain Healey have themselves been charged by the Crew and Petty officers with sleeping wat ii and neglect duty. Another revolutionist heard from. Honolulu dec. 20 a minister Willis has filed another claim with the government for damages arising from in arrest male during the january rebellion. The claimant is Rito in an american he wants $50,000. Hitman owned the foundry where shells were made for vessels. Rev. Stinson the Call. Oakland cal., dec. 20.�?tin uppity committee the first congregational Church has decided to extend a Call to Rev. Or. Stinson Tho Broadw y Tabernacle new York to succeed . To lean who resigned several months Aga. Freight hates to in a advanced. San Francisco dec 20.�?a lock paper says transcontinental freight rates will be advanced by the Panama Railroad company and All Over the Overland Road at a meeting to be called in Chicago new York Early in january. to be governor. Washington dec. 20.�?representative George d. Meiklejohn Nebraska announces that he will not he a candidate for re election to Congress but Wilt be a candidate for the Republican nomination for governor Nebraska. An Assn Ciata Justice Luad. Honolulu dec. 20.�?rich re f. Bicker ton associate Justice inc supreme court died the 8th inst after a lingering illness. William r. Castle late minister to Washington is named a8 his successor. It voting thru mrs. Lexington by. D c. 30.�? a Quot All was issued by Catesby Woodford i Quot Ideal the Racehorse owners and t liners association for a general mass e Ting turkmen at Lexington dec. 28. Toledo. Wheat a 05k< Corn a no. 2 mixed 27c. Oat a no. 2 White 18j�c. Rye�?38c. Clover a a cd a 30. An accomplished fast. Vladivostok cd a. 20.�?the treaty Between Russia Aud Chin accomplished fact and a Survey proposed railway from Sib Ria t Manchuria has been red. Sch withdraws from fim Terre haute ind., d Debs today withdrew ii in the brotherhood i Meu. Battles p Sci new pfc re d x 2 trial trip t e u tee. Texas which was to yesterday was Posto j9 me Incret it an Tbs ugh r in hip a ire via a

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