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8 Jun 1899

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8 Jun 1899

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Defiance Express (Newspaper) - June 8, 1899, Defiance, Ohio F Quot a i a Rosr def i an vol. Lil in a a Quot Quot a a a a a a i. In Mill Iii. Mil Ibi in a a Defiance A thursday june a 1893 no. 26 ships and More ships Uncle same a Navy should be vastly increased. Admiral Sampson a views. To need a Large standing army Bat oar coast Lino and recent a quis Tlona demand the rest naval protect Lon. I new York june 7.�?a weekly religious paper this we Elf will contain an article by rear Admiral Sampson a the United states Navy Quot in which he says a i have Long believed that the Navy the United states is not adequate to the needs the nation and in spite our victories the events the past year have tended strongly to confirm the View i held before the War began. For an army increase i fail to see the necessity. It is hardly conceivable that we could use a Large army except for wars foreign Conquest which the sentiment our country would not permit. No Power excepting great Britain could Hope to attack us successfully upon the land. No two Powers combined could Hope to effect anything against us by sending an army to this country. A foreign armies therefore do not constitute a danger to this country. The possible wars which confront us Are naval wars and in order to wage them successfully we need More ships. I believe that we should have at least twice As Many ships As our Navy at present contains. A we have greatly extend d our coast line and have undertaken the government Large and Distant territories. We have become an Asiatic Power and can net evade the responsibilities such a position. We have great interests in the Pacific Ocean and must be prepared to Cope with any who Are disposed to deny our rights there. To safeguard our interests to maintain our position to speak with the authority that becomes us we need ships and still More ships. A if our easy Victorias Over the fleets a weak naval Power fill our people with the belief that we Nave now a Navy that is Large enough for All cur needs then those victories will have done us harm instead Good. I Ber Lieve in Harbor defences. Every important Harbor the coast should possess its own local defences which Only determined attack the enemy could overcome. A we have much still to learn about modern warships. They Are As yet in the experimental stage. My own idea is that the naval increase should be made by the building More vessels the a new York Type and that greater Speed and Coal capacity must be secured even though it be necessary to sacrifice some Armor thickness in order to secure them. Our need Swift armoured cruisers transcends other naval talking annexation. Inhabitant British w eat Icolea want to join Uncle Sam. Kingston ja., june 7.�?the abstract question the political possibility and the Industrial and commercial desirability the annexation the British West Indes is nothing new. As a matter casual discussion at least it has been the cards since 1867, when general Grant developed the scheme for acquiring the danish islands. It however remained for the Amer lean Conquest Cuba and puerto Rico to awaken the English colonists to a full realization the Outlook. The americanization these two islands presents a most serious menace to the Industrial and commercial Prosperity their British neighbors and it is Only natural that the English colonists should have been attracted by Andrew Carnegie a suggestion to Exchange the British West indies for the Philippines. The continued Industrial decadence the islands under the unfair treatment the Mother country and the Ever growing menace Cuba and puerto Rico has again brought the question into prominence. In this Case it is the Island St Kilts that has taken the initiative and made some definite move. While Jamaica the principal half a loaf being better than no bread insists securing commercial reciprocity with the United states St. Kitts has come Forward with a plebiscite asking for actual legislation. Referee Siler talk. New York june 7. A George Siler who will referee the big fight Between Jeffries anti the lanky Fitzsimmons at Coney Island Friday night arrived Here from Chicago. A i Haven to decided upon any special course to pursue in the big fight a he said a because i have not had a Chance to talk with the professionals. I done to see Why this should be any harder to referee than other big fights at which i Hae presided. Both men Are pretty easy to get along with in the Mazet invest Gabiou. New York june 7.�?the Mazel investigating committee in an attempt to show corrupt practices by police Captain Price in the tenderloin District brought out from John c. Ellis former proprietor a sixth Avenue resort a Story a a Protection that did not protect. His statement involved sex Alderman Waite. Ellis stated that Waite had collected $200 for police Protection for the resort he was running in sixth Avenue but the police harassed him As much As Ever. Conference clique to naught. London june 7.�?a special dispatch from Bloemfontein says that the conference Between president Kruger and sir Alfred Milner proved abortive. Fri urea cilium a Lover dead. Vienna june 7.�?rigo, the Gypsy musician who eloped with Princess de chimay while returning with the Princess to Austria died at Alexandria. A me w Bath by. For Ohio and West Virginia a thunderstorms cooler Light to fresh southerly winds. For Kentucky and Indiana a thunderstorms cooler southerly winds. A novel suggest i in. Washington june 7.�?the Navy department has received a suggestion from the Portsmouth a Board Trade that the captured Spanish Cruiser Retna Mercedes be completely rebuilt at the Norfolk Navy Yard supplied with the very Best guns and Armor and then presented to the Queen Regent Spain As an evidence the Good will cherished by the United states for her country. Heat at Chicago. Chicago june 7.�?one death due to the heat was reported a labour named Dolan and there were Many prostrations. The Mercury touched 91, and the excessive humidity made the heat almost unendurable. A severe thunderstorm passed Over the City shortly after noon blowing Down Many Trees and in the business Section the City Tore away a number signs and awnings. Delayed message from Andre. Christiania june 7.�?the slip paper found inside the Cork buoy picked up by two boys May 14 last the North coast Iceland was inscribed a drafting buoy no. 7. This buoy thrown from Andrees balloon july 7, 1897, 10 55 p. Rn., Greenwich time 82 North 25 East. We Are at an Altitude 600 metres. All Well. d Atli la the wind. Dubuque la., june 7.�?a heavy wind and rainstorm at gut Wenneburg 40 Miles North did much damage. Emil John and Theodore Rath Are probably fatally Hurt. A boy named Radach was drowned in the Mississippi while attempting to reach Shore before the alarm struck attacked a motor. Cleveland june 7.�?a mob russians attacked a motor car breaking the windows with stones. The Motorman Frank Cipria was pursued. The Pollee quelled the riot and arrested four men and one woman. The cause the trouble was the killing Roy Paley 3, by a motor car. If you Are fading under the weakening influence a female troubles a do not longer Experiment with useless dangerous drugs but try Bradfield a female regulator it will regulated he menses perfectly and cure falling womb Lucor Rhea headache i at St be and nervousness. It is a harmless vegetable remedy which puts the menstrual organs in perfect health stops drains and pains and overcomes weakness. Sold at drug stores for $1 a bottle. Jee Bradfield regulator co., Atlanta a. Western Coal Combine. Kansas City Juno 7.�?it we As persistently rumoured that a Coal Combine Trust All the chief mine owners in Missouri and Kansas had been formed to control the entire output these two states. The capital Stock the Trust it is said is to be $10,000,000. A fatal step. Akron o., june 7. A an unknown Man 65, in attempting to alight from a car the Akron Street railway was thrown to the ground. His Skull was fractured. He died soon after. There was nothing by which to identify him. Victim a vile plot american storekeeper was removed by a cuban clan. Police now the scent a report current that Charles Ting a pot away by a society said to resemble the infamous chinese High binders. Santiago Cuba june 7.�?the friends Charles Ting the american storekeeper Elcaney who disappeared mysteriously about a fortnight ago have offered $1,000 Reward information As to his whereabouts. His accounts have been examined and found Correct and All suggested Clews have been followed but without result. The secret police have been investigating a report that he might have fallen a victim to a gang said to resemble the chinese High binders who Mark objects their enmity for destruction. In any event . Carpenter one . Tings friends and a former guest is convinced that there was a plot to remove him. Or. Ting was at one time a superintendent Road construction and although popular among the americans has Many enemies among the cuban labourers. Another Bittie with Bandit. Cheyenne wy., june 7.�?a second Battle with the Dyn miters the Union Pacific express train has been fought in the mountains40 Miles North Casper wy., by the sheriffs posse which has been in Pursuit since sunday morning and As a result one Man and probably More lie dead. The robbers being closely pressed made a determined stand behind some rocks in a deep Ravine and when the posse put in an appearance opened lire at close Range. Sheriff Joe Hazen Douglass wy., fell at the first fire being shot through the stomach. The robbers slipped away in i he dark. Tiller. Ii ii Church clod. Decatur ills., june 7.�?the genial elder ship churches god the United states decided to have its next meeting at Anderson ind., Iii 1902. A secret ballot was taken the question retaining Charles Manchester As president Findlay College and resulted in his favor. The territory North the Missouri River was annexed to the Iowa elder ship. A committee five was appointed to see about raising a twentieth Century thank Offei ing $25,000, bilked a ram. Two voting Meu get away with a Lai Roll by a Clever ruse. Louisville june 7.�?the Gorman insurance Bank this City was victimized out $5,000 by two Well dressed Young men who worked a neat game. Just before the hour for closing the Bank the assistant cashier the German insurance Bank was rung up by Telephone and asked if he could accommodate Thecil Zens National Bank with $5,000 in currency. Do being an swered in the affirmative the inquiring party said he would Send two men around to get the Money. Shortly afterwards two Young men appeared at the Bank with a Check for $5,000 hearing the supposed signal ure the cashier the citizens National Bank. The assistant cashier suspecting nothing wrong counted out the Money to the Young men who were profuse in their thanks As they accepted it. When the chock reached the Clearing House it we As discovered to be a forgery. The police Are working diligently the Case. Blew oot his brains sad suicide an american officer at Manilla. Had been under arrest. Member the i Limo Trace Coni in ii a inn sentenced by the natives fur i it played toward americans. Lack transport. San Francisco june 7. A the question transportation for troops destined for the Philippines is worrying military authorities greatly. The steamers Zealandia and City Puebla Are Here but have not been re chartered and the transports Pennsylvania and Conemaugh Are due to arrive in a few Days hut if All these vessels Are pressed into service the number men in Camp at the Presidio will be reduced but Little. Manilla june 7, a lieutenant Fred w. Pearce the sixth United states artillery committed suicide Bere. He came from Iloilo a week ago leave but lingered Here beyond the limit and failed to reply to repeated telegrams from his commander. He was put under arrest his commander s order. Wednesday morning another officer called to see him when he suddenly pulled a revolver from under his Pillow Aud shot himself through the head. His friends say his mind was affected by a recent sunstroke. A Spanish paper assert that colonel a Rufies one the two members the original military commission who were placed under arrest at Tartu last Mouth ofter resuming to Luna s Camp from their conf fences with the United states commissioners has been court martial led and sentenced to 12 years imprisonment for a Friendship displayed toward the singular Anil sad fatality. Rockford ills., june 7. babies aged i and 3 years children mrs. Carl Detloff Poplar Grove were instantly killed Here. The Mother left their Carriage the depot platform while she stepped into the station. A gust wind blew it in front a fast incoming freight mangling both Little dashed to death. Hamilton o., june 7.�?chief police Peter a. Clair this City with his wife and daughter Margaret in a Carriage attempted to Cross the Railroad tracks four Miles South Here. A locomotive struck the Carriage dashed it into pieces killed the chief immediately and so injured the child Margaret that she died in a Hospital a few hours later. The wife and Mother can not survive. A Lerit Abiu t Iott it Ibur to. St. Paul june 7.�?&Quot\frord has been received Here that Eveleth the mining Village the mesabi Range was visited by a terrific storm it was a veritable cloudburst. The alarm signals at the final mine were sounded and the whole population was at Tho Mouth the mining Shaft As rapidly As they could get into their clothes. The men were quickly brought up however and every one escaped. They Mut die. Albany june 7.�?the court appeals in session at Sanatoga affirmed the judgment convictions in four murder cases. The murderers who will expiate their crimes in the electric chair Are Pohn Kennedy coloured Buffalo Lewis pullers coloured new York City Oscar e Rice White Westfield Chautauqua county and Michael Mcdonald new York City. Agile to Germany. Washington june 7.�?the final details have been arrived at for the laying the Cable Between the United states and Germany the last step being a satisfactory arrangement concerning government messages and rates Cable tolls. The authorities Here have been informed that the actual work laying the Cable will begin during months so that the St message May pass Over the line during the coming fall. I tineral Straus. Vienna june 7.�?the funeral the late Johann Strauss the celebrated composer who died last saturday was a great Public ceremony the whole populace Vienna rendering homage to its idol. The procession was very Long the cortege including eight cars Flowers. The burgomaster Vienna and the municipal authorities with Many distinguished representatives Art literature music and drama followed the Hearse. Havana receipt. Washington june 7.�?the receipts at the port Havana for the last five months were january $742,433 february $707,127 March,$896,925 april $860,221 May $927,223. Total $4,-133,931. Called a horses Tail. Portsmouth june 7. A Earl Amlin to pulled a horses Tail just for fun and was kicked to death. Took morphine. Kalamazoo mich., june 7. A h. P. Baker grand rapids was found dead in his room at a hotel Here. He had committed suicide by taking morphine. Ill health is the Only reason that would have tempted him to suicide. Baker was a former employee the National biscuit company. Military in control. Manchester ky., june 7.�?the military appear to have been acknowledged by common consent As sole masters and arbiters the situation. The Bakers have not been brought in for trial from their Home which is 12 Miles Distant from Here and May not be before thursday. Samoan native disarming. Auckland new zealand june 6 a both native fat ions in Samoa the malicious and the Mataafa Are disarming. .ttn11 Nae surrendered i so r uns. Where is Bellamy Starer Washington,junc7.�?it is not known at the state department just when Bellamy Storer will be presented at Madrid. It was the understanding Between him and the Duke Arcos reached at their meeting in Paris that their presentations should be simultaneous but for some reason not known Here Storer so far has failed to appear at . Cosmopolitan. One tire graduates at the Culver military Academy at Lake Maxin Tuckee iud., is named Xenophon de Blumenthal Kalar Tatiano. If any one can figure tit from the name any particular nationality for the lad there is a position awaiting such a one As a teacher ancient Aud modern languages. The first name Tho string is ancient greek the second is French the third thoroughbred teutonic and the last a mixture japanese and journal. Detroit a Street in Allway. Detroit june 7.�?governor Pingree Elliott c. Stevenson and Carl e. Schmidt the three commissioners appointed by the common Council Detroit to Purchase and operate the City a Street railways made formal application to the 11.nile ii for Piree ordinances necessary to carry quintile transaction according to the commissions program. The commissioners apply Fox the franchise individually tis incorporating Tim Detroit municipal railway. Royal absolutely pure baking powder makes the food More delicious and wholesome Rvl do Kiso Potot co., be Yos. On the Diamond. How the Pluf Tiu contest waged at. Diff Trent Points. Clubs. Bronk. Dost St. A. Chica,., a Lilly. Banta. W. To 2u 20 20 21 24 l. Pc 11 .750 13 17 i is in oui. 505 .501 .571 clubs Cine to. N a. Pitts a Louis. It h . W. To. Pc. 21 20 .512 24 24 is 17 15 29 14 8 20 31 .420 .415 .341 .320 .2 >5 at Baltimore b h b. Baltimore .0 1 1 0 00 4 0 a hit 2 Pittsburg i 0 0 a i 0 0 in 8 8 5 batteries non Aud Bolm Wius Tannehill and Schiller. Swart in Coil Kiel Warner. At Philadelphia r. Ii e. St. Loui i 0 0 i 0 0 0 4 0 to 3 Philadelphia a 0 0 it it i i 0 1�?3 8 5 batteries Young and Connor Donahue and Mcfarland Burn and sol nth. At mtg Yolk r h a Cleveland ,.010 0 0 0 2 0 06 i 5 new York. 2 0 38 i a a p 13 6 batteries Carney and Zimmer do Hemiy a ii e. 4 to i Oso runaway locomotive. Colorado Springs june 7.�?a locomotive Wien taking water it a tank near Hickman the Colorado Midland Railroad broke away from its Craw and started a wild run Down Grade. Near Buena Vista hic runaway crashed into the eastbound passenger train. Both engines were totally wrecked fireman George bos Wiek was killed and Engineer Arthur Lalonde received fatal injuries. Soldiers slay Liny their arms. Washington june 7. A the regulations allowing volunteers to Purchase the arms and equipments which they carried during the Spanish War will be continued in the Case the volunteers returning from Manilla. They May Purchase the Springfield rifles at $10 each and the revolver and equipments at the same Price while the other portions the outfit Are sold at Cost. And Grady. Of Duy and Mccarr. At Brooklyn . A. O 0 1 0 0 0 v Brooklyn. 80001002 in Teri Phillip and Pelt my Kennedy and Parr ii umpires cd i Donald. At Boston it. Ii. E. Boston .0 2 2 0 i 2 0 2 a a 0 13 i Louisville .,20 0 100010-4 la 2 batteries Killen and dark Canning tin Iii and kit fridge. Gaffney and Andrews at Wash i Nuj ton re e. Washington ii i 0 2 0 8 6 i Chicago 0 10 0 Ltd ,0 0 i 4 5 butteries Doneen and Mcguire Bra tilth Ami Chance and Nichols. Umpire Lynch and Connolly. Western league. At Indianapol. Indianapolis 6 Kansas pity 3 at Columbus urn bus 3 m inne Apo ii. I at Buffalo Buffalo i Paul 8. Interstate league. Of Youngstown Youngstown 2 grand rapids 3, at Wheeling Wheeling 2 Dayton i. At Mansfield Mansfield i Toledo Quot at Newcastle a Newcastle 5 fort Wayne. 8. An pm tits Honor.,june 7.�?the Shreveport Basella i association will claim the Pennant the defunct son that to league As they were not officially notified the action Mobile and new Orleans and continued to play Ballac according to schedule after the it tar drawl the above mentioned Tama from the league. Mak Ket ii spurts. Grain and Stock quotation for a Cleveland. Hogs yorker ?3 f 4 pigs. $3 a x3 to mediums and Leavic $3 964 Light yorkers $3 05ii4 x Stags and roughs $2 25.13 25. Sheep anti lambs a Good to Choice int yearling lambs $5 40./5 50 Lair to Good $5 now 3 25 common and Grassy $4 it xxx 4 50 Good to Cholee Wethers $4 50tg4 75 fair to Good tidied if up $3 7vo4 25 april lanais top $7 fair to Good $5 oooo. Cattle it loud in Best dry us Batcher steers $4 kid i to fair to Good 34 6038 4 80 grass steers $4 5<kd4 so Heifer $4 25�i4 75 fair feb it St cows $3 opp.4 bulls $3 25 .>4 . Chicago. Cattle fancy $ 5w�b Good to Cholo. St. Is a5 ic/./5 i a a Huston 34 re /u5 log feeding $3 a a a 5 i Quot buds cows and imu3 ors $2 <15 it err Rorr. Or is ?1 at 5 35. I i Lviv Best it it 25o7 common 4 006 / j . Hogs prime heavy,$3 Light $3 52%. Pig $3 450/4 5. Shop and i a my Ordinary to Primo sheep. ?4 ikp5 culls $2 50 ,3 75 rams $3 fur t oils Lipf Haj Lamia $3 75 5 75 wooled Colorado $5 a. O oof Spring lambs $4 5�?T./> 75. 77 d77 /0. Corny no. 2, 33% no 2. 25c. Wheat a it /33 Jie. Out it cattle Ltd pit Tabu re. To heavy. $5 54k-5 up prime nod $5 2 >./5 40 tidy bal he -25 in f. In. $3 25 t i a it Bulla iiii# it flit cows #2 2,5 a in $3 it. Of calves $7 turf Winner. At Oral pm caporal approval Virginia Barie Don de Oro plucky Centra Trust. At Chicago one to Sirdar 81m a John Baker yellow tall. At Latonia Coria us his excellency Carl a Elizabeth Klein Billy House let a prs Chi and my i 30 Frosa 7 51. Hogs prime mediums j 0,v</4 10 heavy hog $4 ois cd . Bent yorker. $4 i Light yorker it ii.5 ./4 ��0 pigs $3 v.1 i . Sheep Ami i amb Cholee sheep $4 55.0 i 55 Good. $4 Quot it fair. 4 lipid us Chol a yearlings $5 25405 40 common to Good $3 5040-5 14 Spring lambs $4 505x0 50 ally. Trial Paul Zultner. Toledo june 7.�?a jury was secured in the murder Case Paul Zeltner who in being tried for the murder attorney Westenhaver. The defense intimated in the opening address to the jury that a defense manslaughter would be their position. Attorney Bloom who was present at the shooting was the first witness examined. Malt to a great trim. New York june 7.�?the Ward line Steamer Havana Captain Stevens arrived from Havana making the fastest run record Between this port and Havana. The time passage from Morro Castle to the Sandy Hook lightship was 2 Days 15 hours and 50 minutes. This great run cuts Down the record by four hours and ten minutes. Deivy to accompany Mckinley. Chicago june 7. A Admiral Dewey till accompany president Mckinley to Chicago when the thief executive comes to Lay the Cornerstone the new Federal building oct. 9. Or. Mckinley made the announcements to senator Henry c. Payne Wisconsin. Under pressure Hall at Manilla. Manilla june 3.�?the United states philippine commission gave one the most Brilliant balls Manilla has Ever seen. It was one a series entertainments intended to Foster Friendship Between Tjie americans and natives. The newly appointed judges general Otis a number other american officers and Many wealthy natives were present. New Many column reduced to a is i olm it a. Pittsburg Iron Mills have closed account the hot wave. Ohio sunday school association is in annual session at Marion. Three men were smothered in a Cave at a slate Quarry near Altoona a. New York congressmen will support Henderson for speaker the House. Inhabitants the British West indies Are discussing annexation to the United states. Philippine commission recommends that More literal concessions be granted the natives. Colonel Mckibben now duty at Columbus Barracks has been assigned to a command in Texas. While speaking Robert Wallace member British parliament was fatally stricken with paralysis. Mary Baker Eddy founder the Christian scientists addressed that body in convention at Boston. A Oil rid a Fortune. Portsmouth 0., june a a tin can containing $20,000 in Gold was found by vol Linen engaged in tearing Down the meal shop belonging to the estate Philip Muller who died Over a year ago. The family decided to tear Down his old place business ostensibly to erect a new Block and the Money was died a hero. Chicago june 7.�?-in his efforts to save Mabel Smith 9, from being crushed under the wheels a passenger train Martin Malley 60, a flagman. Sacrificed his own Ufa triple tragedy. Fayetteville ark., june 6.�?a courier reached Here from sir Mckier an into rior Village to Miles South. He states that in a difficulty there two men were killed instantly and one other fatally stabbed. James Herrick shot John Hinkle with a Shotgun. Hinkle returned the fire and both men fell dead upon the floor. A younger brother Herrick then assaulted a brother Hinkle with a club and in turn was stabbed so seriously that he can not live through the night. The men were All associated in the livestock business and the Troubh resumed from the settlement some joint transactions. Braille with a Spade. Peoria ills., june 7.�?harry Thurman a Farmer living near London Mills killed Alex. Hammond a Farmer whose land adjoins with a blow a Spade. Both men were digging trenches to let the water out their Fields and a dispute arose regarding the direction the water should be turned. German Consul at Havana. Washington june 7. A the Gorman government has nominated and the president has accepted Baron August von Bruck As Consul at Havana for Germany. The Baron is now leave absence and the duties the consulate meantime Are still entrusted to Herr Falke the retiring Consul. Society woman suicide. Chlea go june 7.�?mrs. Belle Marshall Roloson wife r. W. Roloson for 25 years a prominent and wealthy member the Board Trade committed suicide by shooting herself in the right Temple. Mrs Roloson had for some time been a sufferer from nervous prostration. Reformed presbyterian. Mansfield o., june 7.�?at the session the reformed presbyterian National Synod . Sommerville brought in an amended report touching the question pre millennialism which the Synod adopted. The report the Sabbath was taken from the table and the adoption it completed. The Synod will meet next year at Cedarville Dined the spa Lili Muthler. Washington Iune 7.�?the Secretary state and mrs. John Hay entertained the new Spanish minister and the Duchess Darcos at a brilliantly appointed dinner at. Which were present several the most prominent members the diplomatic corps and a few personal friends the Host and the guests Bon %. Wound proved fatal. Omaha june 7.�?union Pacific officials Here have just received information that sheriff Hazen who was wounded in the fight with the train robbers is dead. _ # new York. Cattle medium to it Hoire steers $4 0044 5 inc ii to rid it Jig $3 0vff3 Hullo $3 kva4 Cholee fat do $4 40 cows it nil it 4 4 5. i a it Veals $4 50 ./7 12 4 extra .7 25 Buttermilk. $4 0i </4 do Inlet he it 5 25 5 set 14 sheep and Lamb a sheep $3 005 4 624 culls $1 50 >.3 47ii yearling $4 50@6 2it extra Iamb. $0 <0 �8 25. Hogs $ t i o /4 25 wheat no. 2 red 82%e, corny no. 2, 4094c. Oat a no. 2, 31e, Bye no. 2 Western c5c. Buffalo. Cattle butchers $4 75v5 to Phlipp Ingv $5 004/ 5 23 tops $5 35 ./5 cows and heifers $3 75 ./4 25 stockers and feeders f4 2mz 5 to. Calves�?$0 4ki i 25 hogs yorker $4 Osk 4 to mediums amt heave $4 05 pigs. $4 to. Sheep and Lamb Good to Choice Ella pet Lamb. $6 t06 0 i fair to Good $5 25./,> 50 lulls and common $4 "4 mixed dipped sheep $4 la /4 75 culls Ami common $1 5k"2 25 Choice yearlings $5 is. Cincinnati. Wheat no. 2 red 75e. Com a no. 3 mixed. 35 "35 Ltd. Gats no. 2 , 28c. Rye no. 2, 65c. Lard $4 85, bulk meat-$4 73. Bacon $5 70. Hog�?$3 30 1/3 0. Cattle�?$3 til irk sheep�?$2 25 "4 25, lambs�?$5 234"7 . Bouton. Wool Ohio fleeces x and above 2344 2ic xxx and xxx and above 27c Delaine 2b Quot Ltd no. I combing 29c no. 2 Combine 2v"2bc. Toledo. Wheat no. 2, 76%c. Corny no. 2 mixed 3 it. Oats no. J mixed 20c Rye no. 2, 77c. Clovers cd�?$3 75. Baltimore. Butter fancy Creamery 19 g20c. Eggs i /"14c. Wind and waterfront. Dunlap la., june 7. A Dunlap was visited by a Small twister. Trees a foot in diameter were broken off Aad some Small houses moved from their foundations. A waterspout did earns damage in another part town. Boy drowned. Vincennes ind., june 7, boys Louis Bowles and Emile Hoffman 12 and 14, were drowned in White River at Docker. The body Bowles a a recovered but Hoffman s body can not be located. Bull Flayer acquitted. Buffalo june 7. A the members the St. Paul and Buffalo baseball clubs who were arrested sunday while playing Ball charged with violating the sunday Law were Given a jury trial and acquitted. Castoria for infants and child Trail the kind you have always bought bears the signature re Putoz

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