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6 Jul 1899

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6 Jul 1899

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Defiance Express (Newspaper) - July 6, 1899, Defiance, Ohio Def an i vol. , Thursday july a i89s no. 30 suppressed the Book court interferes in behalf Consul Pratt. Volume a libellous one. An alleged interview in which he was said to have promised the fill pinot Freedom for Aid is legally disproved. San Francisco july 5.�?the Steamer coptic brings the following advices from Singapore and Hon Kong relative to the alleged promises United states Consul Pratt regarding filipino Independence . Speyer Pratt United states Consul has taken Legal action to disprove the alleged interview in which he was said to have promised filipino leaders Independence if they would help the United states against Spain. The Story is published in most circumstantial and detailed form in the new edition John Foreman a Book the Philippines one the Best known and widely read books about the country. Foreman recently issued a revised and enlarged edition this interview being the new features the Book. Consul Pratt has sued the publishers in Singapore for libel the ground that the Story the Aguinaldo Pratt interview is false and is moreover injurious. The supreme court the Straits settlements has granted an injunction against the publishers messes. Kelly amp Walsh limited. The court finds that the Story the interview is false and libellous and the further publishing thereof is prohibited by order the court. This injunction is valid throughout the Straits settlements. Further proceedings a formal nature will be required to extend it to All British territory. Consul Pratt is aggressive. He intends to carry his suits to the United states. He will bring action against a number papers the United states and he will Endeavor to show that the telegrams published in the some were the output an anti american Bureau existing in Hon Kong which has done much toward injuring the Good name the consular service in the Orient. Many drowned. Another flood overwhelms the populous Brazos Valley in Texas. Dallas tex., july 5.�?another flood disaster which appears to be worse than that at Calvert Friday and saturday last occurred in the Brazos Valley about too Miles Down the River from Calvert. Reports say that the Large steel Bridge the Missouri Kansas and Texas Railroad at Dewey station near the crossing the Brazos River is gone. The River in that Section began rising suddenly and is six feet higher than Ever before known. Immense drifts houses Trees fences etc., Are floating past Sealey and Dewey. Alarming reports Are coming in from Lagrange and Sealey loss life Vicinity Brookshire. Houston has been appealed to for help and mayor Brashear that City issued a proclamation calling for men and boats to Rescue those in danger. Telegraphic communication with the new flood districts has been entirely Cut off. It is reported that 13 lives were lost at Brookshire hundreds Are homeless. It Day we celebrate. Fourth a record breaker in Point Observance. Exercises everywhere. Oratory fireworks parades and games held full Sway. To disaster Mars occasion. Bryan flouts expansion in the sooth and mayor Matthew touts it in the North a incidents undo same a Natal Day at a a Home and abroad. Then paraded the streets for two hours drawing Large and cheering crowds. A Salute 45 guns was fired at Cabanas fortress. Duty Uncle Sam. Boston july 5.�?during the City s formal fourth july exercises sex mayor Nathan Mattawa jr., delivered the annual fourth july oration taking for his subject he was frequently cheered. He said a the question is not whether we should let the Philippines govern themselves but whether we shall allow a Small portion them to mis govern All Ute rest. We have no More right to abandon these islands and their occupants to Savage Semi civilized misrule than Dewey had to scuttle Bis ships after the Battle Manilla. As trustees Ai cannot swept by a big Blaze Fine Block in Memphis reduced to ruins. Loss nearly half million starvation threatened. Austin tex., july 5.�?governor Sayers received the following Telegram from a number prominent residents Brookshire a Small town the Brazos River a hundreds people Here with everything swept away by floods have not a Mouthful to eat and no shelter. Unless food is sent at once starvation is inevitable and we Appeal for immediate Aid and drowned. Houston tex., july 5.�?an Appeal for Aid has come from Brookshire and a Relief train with rowboats and provisions left for the scene. The Brazos is to Miles wide at that Point. The message says 13 people have been drowned and hundreds others Are in peril. On the Diamond. How Tho pigskin contests different Points. Waged at Columbus pageant. Mid Street pair. Columbus o., july 5.�?king carnival held Sway Here the fourth. Tens thousands visitors poured into the City during the Day drawn hither by the great pageant and the Columbus Street fair Given under the auspices the local order elks. The Parade was one surpassing Beauty and fully five Miles Long being composed Many military and civic societies numerous bands and myriads gorgeous floats. After the Parade residents and visitors flocked to see the wonders the Street fair More than 50,000 people passing through the Gates during the afternoon and evening. Wednesday was children a Day at the fair and All Day Long the Little tots were in undisputed Possession the great \ exposition. Her neck broken. Toledo july 5.�?mrs. Mary Perry is at her Home with a fractured neck but in fair Way to recover. With her husband and son she was driving across the railway tracks when a fast train Cut the Wagon in two just Back the seat. None the occupants the Wagon were badly injured apparently but physicians say that mrs. Perry a neck is broken. Went optional arbitration. The Hague july 5.�?at a meeting the arbitration commission the question whether arbitration should he obligatory optional was raised and Drew a categorical declaration from the German Delegate to the effect that he had received formal instructions not to accept the principle obligatory arbitration otherwise than by special conventions. For Ohio Aud West Virginia probably showers fresh West to Southwest winds. For Kentucky Aud Indiana probably fair Aud warmer variable winds. H Virginia mothering Friend beginning six months before con nement. She Felt perfectly Well up to a jew hours before the baby was born and Las in labor Lees than two hours. She had to morning sickness no headache no Dis Messing tightness no swollen rising breasts. Her baby was Strong and the Pic-1 ure health. Mother9 Friend is the Only remedy known which relieves the expectant others. It is a liniment to be applied externally. Nothing but harm can come from Laking Medicine internally at such times. Al internal preparations said to relieve coming mothers Are not Only humbugs but positively dangerous. Mothers Friend coat is a bottle druggists you can Send to Lite brads old regulator co., Atlanta a. Clubs. W. L. Re. Clubs. W. L. . Brook. 45 21 .682 cd no to. 34 29 tac Bost. 40 26 gig n. A. 30 35 .462 Chica. 38 24 .612 Bitts 52 32 .500 Phila. 39 24 .619 Louis. 23 42 .354 Ballo. 37 26 .587 Wash. 21 48 .805 st. A. 36 29 .553 Cleve. 12 52 iss at n Ewy it irks it. Ii. E. Now York 000000000�?0 3 2 Washington ____0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0-2 i batteries Seymour and Warner Wey Hong and Mcguire. Lynch and Connolly. At Philadelphia it. Ile. Brooklyn 000 0 00100-1 4 4 Philadelphia. 00000010 0-9 3 0 batteries Hughes and grim Magee and Mcfarland. Fondle and Smith. At Cincinnati it. Ile. Cincinnati 10410300 -9 to 3 Louisville 0 0 3 0 i 0 0 2 0 0 13 3 batteries Philipps and pelts and Wood Cunningham and Zimmer. Gaffney and Andrews. At Baltimore it. In e Baltimore 3 0011000 a 5 8 2 Boston. 001002 0 0 in 4 12 batteries Howell and Robinson Nichols Aud Clarke. Mcdonald and Manassau. At Pittsburgh it. H e. Pitts. I 0 3 0 0 0 0 i 0 0 0 02 �?7 15 Clee 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 2 0 0 00 1-6 la batteries Tann Elwill and Howe Man Schmidt and Schreck. Swartwood and Latham. Morning games. At Baltimore Baltimore 2 Boston i. At Philadelphia Philadelphia to Brooklyn 7. At Pittsburgh Pittsburg 4 Cleveland 3 at Cincinnati Cincinnati 6 Louisville,5 at new York new York 2 washing ton 5. At Indianapolis Indianapolis Colum bus 6. At Minneapolis Minneapolis 4 st Paul i. At Detroit Detroit 4 Buffalo 0. At Toledo Toledo 9 Dayton 8. At it. Wayne it. Wayne 12 grand rapids 5. Western league. At Kansas City Kansas City 6 Milwaukee 5. At Minneapolis Minneapolis 4 st. Paul i. At Indianapolis Indianapolis 0 Colum bus 4. At Detroit Detroit 6 Buffalo 5. Interstate league. At it. Wayne it. Wayne 13 grand rapids 7. At Toledo Toledo to Dayton 4. At Newcastle Newcastle 4 Youngs town 6. At Wheeling Wheeling a Mansfield 2 turf winners. At Chicago Frank Thompson i look Banquo ii Canova John Baker. At been Bead Bay Fluke Blarney mesmerism Ethelbert . Cattle Maximo Gomez. _ Saenger fest a financial Frost. Cincinnati july 5.�?although the Golden Jubilee Saenger fest the North american Saenger bund was a great Success Here last week from a musical standpoint the local committee now finds a deficit $55,000, with the great Hall still unfinished. The committee will be relieved by subscriptions from prominent citizens. Yellow fever situation. Santiago de Cuba july 5.�?the situation in respect to yellow fever seems somewhat improved. Although five Dew cases Wert reported among the troops All Are a mild Type. Barnesville ga., july 5.�?Hon. William j. Bryan addressed the Barnesville Chautauqua the fourth. The crowd which greeted him was enormous and his reception enthusiastic. Or. Bryan paid his respects to the Republican party As the protector trusts. A the Trust question is growing in importance a said . Bryan a and this is due to the great number trusts now in existence. The trusts this country now have a capitalization equal to All the Gold and Silver the world. The principle itself is wrong to say nothing the in closing his speech the speaker took a decided stand against expansion. His words were received with great cheering. Or. Bryan said a holding the philippine islands against the will their inhabitants involves a new departure in government. I do not want As part the nation people who cannot read the declaration Independence. This doctrine Force lies behind not in front us. The expansion argument is the argument George Iii. Shall we say this Day Celebration that we have lived too years under a wrong principle thank god i am not in favor this Way Christian izing. We shall not depart from a Republican form government. We Are not ready to accept the doctrine Conquest and Force. It is not the desire the republicans to do Good but the desire to gain More Money that lies behind their colonial Bryan at Atlanta. Atlanta july 5.�?colonel William j. Bryan at a banquet Here in Celebration the fourth emphasized the fact that the Money question would not be lost sight in the coming Campaign and that imperialism and the trusts would he allowed prominent places in the list subjects. A whether i am nominated not in 1900 is immaterial to me a said . Bryan. A whether i shall Ever again be a candidate for any office depends circumstances. I done to want to be a candidate for president unless those who think As i do believe that i can do More for the principles the party already adopted than anyone else. I would rather help somebody else win than he the Eam a the party a defeat. If the democratic party wants somebody to Lead a Retreat they must find some one accustomed to walking backwards. The democratic party will not weaken the Money question and the question imperialism will bring More votes out the Republican party in the coming Campaign than any the campaigns since the last canvass Abraham at the close the banquet . Bryan stated that he had no preference for the place holding the next National convention. He will be entirely satisfied with whatever action the democratic executive committee May take in the matter. General i spoke. Mansfield o., july 5.�?-major general Miles who is a guest Hon. John Sherman was the orator the Day at a Celebration the fourth Here. He paid a High tribute to the statesmanship sex Secretary Sherman. In referring to the achievements the War with Spain he said we had acquired vast territory with More than 10,000, too people at least for a time and whether not we should eventual give them absolute Independence we had Given them Freedom from Long years oppression and which they will appreciate to a High degree. And our dealings with them will be characterized by the Honor and absolute fairness a great nation. Cuban Kui enjoyed . Havana july 5.�?the Prado and other streets Havana were As noisy doubtless As any Quarter new York Chicago san Francisco. Cuban youngsters caught the infection and were Given a dime to buy firecrackers which they religiously invested. Some enthusiastic cuban annexation st hired a band gave 300 american flags to hrs Pil Rren. Who would March Aud fire attended by to. Fatalities and number casual. A Brace firemen Heine among the victims. Tammany a Blowout. New York july 5.�?tammany celebrated Independence Day As customary at the fourteenth Street wigwam. The gathering was remarkable for its unexpected features. There was a dearth prominent men. Sex governor Hogg Texas created a sensation by the manner in which he introduced the name w. Bryan and the Chicago platform to the meeting the mention . Bryan a name and reference to the Chicago platform being received with tremendous applause which was Long continued. The Boom that wa3 launched for Augustus Van Wyck had a very indifferent reception. At the French capital. Paris july 5.�?there was a grand reception at the United states embassy which was beautifully decorated with Flowers tropical plants and flags. Nearly the whale american Colony attended. The minister Commerce m. Millerand was the principal speaker at the banquet which followed. He spoke glowingly the ties which Hind the two great republics. Sex president Harrison also spoke. In South afros. Pretoria july 5.�?the fourth july was celebrated Here a Large scale. Rear Admiral Howison and Captain Cooper with the other officers the United states Cruiser Chicago participated. F. W. Reitz the Transvaal Secretary state called upon c. F. Mae rum the United states Consul and tendered the congratulations the executive the South african Republic. Baki no powder absolutely Bure makes the food More delicious and wholesome Rove a by a no ponces co., new Vos. New Cane planter. American Sci Etc Slitni diet. London july 5.�?More than 409 guests attended the banquet the american society in London at tin hotel Cecil the night the fourth and a Brilliant Galaxy ladies viewed the function from the gallery tin banqueting room. As a display patriotism and Anglo Saxon Good Fellowship the affair was not excelled even by the famous banquet Given last year. Lively it Manilla. Manilla july 5.�?there was a great Celebration the fourth july Here with fireworks bands speeches and decorations everywhere All nationalities participating. The foreign ships and consulates including the Spanish raised their colors in conjunction with the stars and stripes. The flagship Baltimore fired a National Salute. Marred by a fatality. Plymouth England july 5.�?a fatality marred the naval Celebration the fourth. When a signal boy ascended to the Masthead the British second class Cruiser arrogant to Clear the halyards fast to the stars and stripes which has apparently become foul some the rigging the lad fell to the ships deck and was killed. Pinhak Tador Choate Celebration. London july 5.�?joseph Choate the United states ambassador and mrs. Choate celebrated the fourth with receptions both at the United states embassy and their residences. Each the buildings was tastefully decorated with flags and Flowers representing the National colors. Fourth in Jamaica. Kingston Jamaica july 5.�?there was a general display american and British flags the Public and private buildings the fourth. Visitors to the United states consulate were popular. The same state affairs prevailed at port Antonio. Memphis july 5.�?a fire broke out in the establishment the Memphis paper company at the Corner Gayoso and front streets and before it was subdued had caused the loss one life the fatally injury sex fire chief Cleary and the serious injury assistant fire chief James Ryan besides a property loss about $450,000. The Gayoso hotel one the oldest landmarks Memphis was one the buildings to be destroyed and while the guests were All rescued in safety some them lost valuable effects in the fire which raged fiercely for Over six hours. During the Progress the fire in Blumenthal a liquor Plant assistant chief Ryan had his leg broken by falling stones and was carried away. Sex chief James Cleary had his spine dislocated a Little later and will probably die As a result the injury. An unknown negro was caught under the falling Walls and crushed to death. The Blaze originated in the Memphis paper company and had obtained a Good headway before being discovered. From Lack rain the buildings were All dry and inflammable and in a Short time after the first alarm the paper company a store had been gutted and then the adjoining stores began to ignite. In Quick succession the plants the Blumenthal and Heilbronner liquor company the american biscuit company and the office the Standard Oil company were destroyed. All efforts the fire department to prevent the flames from communicating with the Gayoso hotel situated directly across the Street East proved futile and soon it was seen that the old Structure was doomed to go after Many narrow escapes from destruction by fire during its history. In a spasm jealousy a clerk shoot i Kin Plover wife before the latter Eves. St. Louis july 5.�?mrs. Grace Miller the Young wife William Miller a grocer was shot to death by her husbands clerk Eugene Donnelly. After the woman had fallen mortally wounded Donnelly leaned Over her and raising her head kissed her lips. This done he retreated from the scene with a Cool warning to the frenzied husband who had witnessed the Farewell Caress not to follow penalty his life. It is believed that Donnelly was infatuated with mrs. Miller and that the killing was done in a spasm jealousy. Donnelly gave himself up and claims the killing was accidental. United Christian barfly. Des Moines la., july 5.�?the United Christian party Iowa nominated the following ticket for governor c. D. Heacock Brighton judge supreme Bench John m. Helmick Dubuque superintendent Public instruction w. C. Pigeon Richland. The following Resolution was adopted we believe in the direct Legisla Tion the people and in order to make a government a government from god through Christ we should he governed in All things lawmaking included by the Standard Quot what would Jesus do a in Rofe snor 8ch Urman Hail. Manilla july 5.�?the Bennington took professor Schurman the United states advisory commission for the Philippines to Hon Kong from which Point he will sail for Japan to pay a Short visit there before leaving for the United states. Admiral Dewey colonel Denby professor Worcester and professor Schurman will meet i i Washington during the autumn to compile a report the commissions labor. By thousands the Machete will make a Chance in suitor Industry. An invention that will effect a Randi ral change in the methods in Vogue planting sugar Cane has just been perfected and put into successful operation by Captain John a. Aniello new Orleans already Well known for Many ingenious discoveries in the Field mechanical science. The Captain overheard a remark some time ago made by a wealthy sugar planter to a Friend a if we planters can get a machine to Plant Cane so As to economize labor Man and beast we will pay a Good Price for it and there will he a Fortune for the inventor a a this casual word set the captains brain a thinking in the direction a machine the labor saving principle. To think and act Are one and the same thing with Captain Aniello. So he Drew his plans and specifications and in a few months the machine was a matter fact. Ile showed it to colonel John t. Moore the prominent sugar planter who immediately saw that there was something in the invention and forwarded it to one his plantations in Terrebonne Parish Aud gave it a thorough trial says the new Orleans Picayune. The result Tho Experiment was entirely satisfactory. Colonel Moore wrote to Captain Aniello in this vein Hoar Captain Aniellow i certify that the machine is a Success. Only if it was made Larder it would help two men and the Driver and four mules to do the work which ordinarily would take nine men and nine mules one Days labor my Plantation. Rome fourth Iii Koine. July 6.�?the United states to ice Cream. Ashtabula o., july 5.�?at a wedding at Austinburg this county the 25 guests partook freely ice Cream and in a few minutes All were taken this certificate was countersigned by . Bertrand the overseer Colon a m Oore a wan Bon Plantation. Acting the advice thus Given Captain Aniello sought out some contractors and builders and engaged their practical experience and interest in the matter and to help him in building in improved machine. The invention consists a Wagon 16 feet Long and feet wide and 21 feet deep divided into two Lengthwise compartments by a feeder which in Tho Middle is fitted with a drum Over an opening destined to drop the seed Cane. At one end the trough feeder. Is a Hopper for dropping fertilizer. The front the Wagon near the ground is provided with two plows so arranged As to dig the furrows for the Cane and after the fertilizer and the seed Cane have been dropped into the Furrow the Earth in both sides is nicely and evenly thrown Huck Over the Cane by a very ingenious arrangement fitted to the i rear the Wagon. Two men to feed the Cane into the a feeder a a one Driver and four mutes Are All the manual labor and All the motive Power needed. The Wagon which Captain Aniello had originally made was 12 feet Long and 0 feet wide. Acting under the suggestion colonel Moore he is building and has nearly completed a Large Wagon which will do All the work expected it and revolts ionize the system Cane planting. A number wealthy planters who witnessed the first trial colonel Moore s estate in Terrebonne Parish have written to Captain Aniello mud placed orders with him for from 4 to 25 such wagons. The carrying capacity the Wagon will be two tons. Death a cult ult. Toledo july 5.�?edwin Jacob 65, president and incorporator the Toledo and Bowling Green Railroad died at his Home Here. Ii was a Well known capitalist and one the organizers the Holcomb Bank this cry. L Titrant with . Toledo july 5.�?detective Jek Ca Rew arrested Morris Robinson Detroit and William Krisson Toledo for perpetrating wholesale House robberies. Over $1,000 Worth property was found secreted in their rooms. They Are charged with several Largo robberies. Del Catri Are arriving for the great Christian Endeavor convention. Detroit july 5.�?More than a thousand Christian Endeavor delegates arrived in Detroit during the Day the forerunners thousands other endeavours now in route to the International convention which opens wednesday night. The members the big local reception committee had their first Days experience in meeting the visitors in route and conducting and assigning them to places entertainment. Owing to previous thorough drilling their duties progressed smoothly. At the convention grounds the finishing touches Are being put the decorations and arrangements. The electric decorations the City Hall Aud the Campus Martina were show n for the first time. The red White and Christian Endeavor Monogram Are everywhere in evidence As welcoming adornments downtown business houses. New Gino it it fort Thomas. Cincinnati july 5.�?at fort Thomas ky., orders have been received to arrange for mobilizing a new regiment for the Philippines and recruiting offices have been opened in this City for that purpose As Well As at the Garrison. All recruits from this Vicinity As Well As from Kentucky Indiana and West Virginia will be sent to fort Thomas. A colonel the new regiment will be appointed from the regular army with most the other officers from civil life. Lin ak1.tin 111. Rome june 30.�?in consequence it Bis exertions during the recent Redig ious ceremony a it is said the Pope is now suffering great prostration together with a slight attack fever. Lie is confined to his bed and some anxiety is Felt regarding him. Mah Ket reports. Grain Ami Stark for july x Plattn Burr. Cattle Choice heavy $5 4o 50 prime $5 3.v./5 i Quot in Oil $3 2.vo5 35 filly Hutch Erst $5 1 Ltd ./5 i fair $4 5004 75 Heifer $3 25i/4 80 hulls Stags unit cows $2 75/ii 4 a to Felt a new $30 so 0. Calves us i / 7 . Has prime hog a t 15 assorted be runts and Good yorkers ?4 101/4 12vi roil Aion to fait a a a a $4 v�/1 to heavy bogs $4 oom4 05 Good roughs 2557 3 Tio. Slier and Landis Choice sheep $1 755$ i so a Good $1 uc-,/4 70 fair $4 2vo4 50 yearlings $3 5o</.3 55, Spring lambs $4 05 75. Hogs Arni he cattle steers i in Vav i it us i. Yorkers and pigs $4 to mediums vies $4 05. A Good to Cholee dry fed Butcher $1 s.v.5 to fair to Good Grassy grades $4 350/4 i Good to Cholee heifers j i 2mi 4 75 Good to Cholee Butcher cows $3 400/3 8o. Calves tops $7 fair to Good $0 25oo 75. Slurp and la Iii bad Good to Choice Spring lambs $6 0046 50 Good to Choice wether a beep $4 500 4 75 fair to Good mixed so $4 7.vo-i 25 Good to Cholee yearlings i/5 . Charge d affaires Lewis Iddings first violently ill. Mrs. Enos Morgan at Secretary the embassy gave a recep ton at the hotel Continental which was largely attended. Most the americans in the City were present. A uproarious Hesston. Antwerp july 5.�?at a meeting the provincial Council a councillor belonging to the left proposed a Resolution in favor the rejection the new electoral Bill. A rightist councillor protested that the Resolution was censure the government. The remark Wab the signal for uproarious outburst in the Public galleries where whose Home the wedding took place died As a result the poisoning. The others recovered. Dual shouting affray. Charleston w. Va., july 5.�?in a shooting affray at Sewell a mining town in Fayette county Harrison under pressure. New Many column reduced to a i ii l Riu in. Pittsburg Coal Combine with $30,-000,000 capital is assured. Widow the late King Kalakau Hawaii died at Honolulu june 24. Five men have been jailed at Pittsburg a charge counterfeiting. Albert i Loudenslager 30, a Columbus Lusk a Constable was shot through j stereotypes drowned in a Park Lake. The lungs and fatally wounded and Funston Cox coloured whom the Constable attempted to arrest was shot three times hut will recover. Several took part in the shooting. Eleven there were shouts a Down with the i shots were fired Henry Norman Ceil j government a a a Down with the thieves a Harke per was shed and killed at a Down with the priests and the a a Marseillaise was also Sune. Harvey a mining town Loup a Short distance from Sewell. A Beacon Light lamp company a Plant at new Brunswick n. J., was totally destroyed by fire. Because she refused to marry him William Ludw lab killed miss Ben a Whiteside at Des Moines la. A passenger train the Denver and Rio Grande wag wrecked near Leadville col. Nine persons were injury d. Buffalo. Cattle come Butcher a 14 650/5 Selp Ali ,$4 a i ti5 15 Tup $5 2-v.5 45 cow Aud heifers the it i 50 stockers Anil cadent. $3 501/4 50. Calves $6 230/0 50. Hons a yorkers Ami mediums $4 20y 4 25 heavy $1 20o4 22vfc pigs $4 25. Fulep Ai d Lamb a Good mixed sheep $4 90-/5 to i Ull Aud co in Moo $2 253 25 Choice yearlings $5 250/5 50. New Lurk. Cattle common to Choice steers s3 75y 4 go bulls $3 100/4 <0 cows $2 23 /./4 15. Calves Veals 4 50.0 50 culls 4 tops $6 g2h Buttermilk $3 000/3 50 mixed to 000/4 75. Sheep and lambs a common to prime sleep $3 1 .3 50 lambs $4 7507 yearlings $4 750/5 . Doge-$4 3514 j53-_ c to i cattle strictly Choice $5 605 75 com Mon $4 goo/4 fancy Angus $ 5 . Hogs Light $3 kv/4 in mixed lots $3 750/4 heavy $3 0003 82vj pigs $3 4<>0i4 culls $2 000/3 go. Sheep Aud lambs inferior sheep $2 0005 3 prime Wethers $5 0005 25 yearling $4 75 too. to. Wheat no. 2 red 72c. Corn a no. I mixed 35c. Gats no. 2 mixed 28c. Rye no 2, 65c, lard�?$4 01%. Hulk meat�?$4 93. Bacon a $3 70. Hogs $3 200/3 90. Cattle-$3 250/3 13. Sheep $2 2v<i4 23. Lambs $4 7546 so. To Isuf. Wheat no. 2, 75c. Corny no. 2 mixed 35%c. Oats no. 2 mixed 25vsc. Rye no 2, 00c. Ctoveraced�?$3 93. Castoria for infants and children. Ute kind you have always bought bears a one signalized

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