Defiance Express in Defiance, Ohio
7 Sep 1899

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7 Sep 1899

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Defiance Express (Newspaper) - September 7, 1899, Defiance, Ohio R def Ian vol. Flu. Defiance Thursday september 7 i89s Ohio was right in it her grand army posts a leading feature the outer ans Parade. An ovation All along the line. Visit president Mckinley to Samp. Songs Squadron the occasion a a great Marine display i other events. Waterworks men meet. Cincinnati sept. 6.�?the second annual convention the Central states waterworks association met Here. After the usual welcoming speeches the annual address by the president was heard. He was followed by w. R. Hill Syracuse n. Y., in a Short address and papers were read by h. C. Stillwell Marion o., and Solomon b. Hart Cleveland The afternoon was spent in trolley rides and inspection the waterworks reservoirs Covington and Newport. Philadelphia sept. 6�?the Parade grand army veterans was a glittering spectacle thousands the heroes the civil War and Many military and civic societies being in line. President Mckinley and Many notables occupied seats the reviewing stand. Disabled veterans Rode in carriages. Ohio was third la line. The Parade was 6 hours and to minutes passing the stand. At the head each organization marched military bands and drum corps and As the veterans moved proudly along the streets tumultuous applause greeted them and a sea handkerchiefs and Small Flage waved in admiration As the Ohio posts passed the aged parades became wild with enthusiasm. One Veteran broke ranks and standing before his comrades shouted a three cheers for the biggest Man Earth major William Mckinley Ohio a this invitation for cheers was followed by a mighty Roar which was echoed and re echoed among the spectators for blocks. As the various posts passed in review the president stood smiling and bowing. And numerous occasions waved his hand to the More enthusiastic the marchers. The visit president Mckinley to Sampson a Squadron proved the greatest Marine spectacle Ever seen Here. It was the intention to have . Mckinley to visit Only the new York but he grew so enthusiastic Over the great fighters that he suddenly made up his mind to inspect All them. Accordingly he visited the flagship new York Cruiser Brooklyn and the battleships Indiana Massachusetts and Texas. There was also a continuous Roar guns during the one and three quarters hours that it took to inspect the vessels. In All 4g2 guns were fired by the Squadron in presidential salutes. President Mckinley and party returned to Washington at the conclusion the Dey a events. Official Welcome was extended the grand army at the Academy music. President Mckinley made a feeling address which was Well received. A banquet followed at Odd Fellows Hall at which the president the Secretary War and other distinguished men were present. The fight for commander in Chie. Continues and each candidate still feels sure that he will land a Winner. Colonel Albert d. Shaw Watertown n. Y., seems to Lead with Comrade Leo Rassieur st. Louis a Good second. There is not much talk about the office senior vice commander in chief the canvass for that office being rather quiet and it is not known who will get the place. The contest among the cities for the Bolding next years Encampment has narrowed Down to Chicago and Salt Lake City. It is practically conceded that Chicago will he the Winner. Plague and famine. Bombay sept. 6.�?lord Sandhurst governor Bombay in the course a speech at Poona said the plague was spreading and that owing to the failure the Monsoon not Only the plague was in the midst the people but grim famine was staring at them. He expressed the Hope that the september Rains would come to their Relief and stated that in the meantime arrangements would be made to open Relief routes. Stationary engineers meet. St. Louis sept. 6.�?between 200 and 300 delegates representing More than 18,000 stationary engineers met Here and began the eighteenth annual session the National association stationary engineers. Many the delegates Are accompanied by their wives who will be entertained throughout the several Days the convention by the ladies auxiliary committee. To Clinch the Case foreign military attaches May testify in the Dreyfus trial. Defense pleads with Royalty. A momentous step which if successful will practically decide the verdict developments the Day. Burnie is Wise. Macabee scouts. Manilla. Sept. 6. A lieutenant Baston fourth cavalry has organized a band too Macabee scouts who will operate in Dor the direction major general Lawton. All them were formerly Spanish volunteers. They will be uniformed and will be armed a fitly Krag Jorgenson rifles. The Mac Abeles will have a Flag raising and Barbecue next Friday. Both officers acquitted. Madrid sept. trial Captain Diaz Moron who commanded the Spanish Cruiser Cristobal Colon at the Battle Santiago de Cuba and general Parede who was Board the Colon charges arising from the destruction the Spanish Fleet off Santiago july 3 last year was concluded. Both a accused officers be lug acquitted. Anxiety continues. Johannesburg sept. 6.�?Public anti a to shows no abatement and the issues continue. The staffs several Large financial houses Are leaving with their books for Cape town. At a Public meeting held at blk Surg the Field Cornet guaranteed the safety All the residents the District. He announced that the natives will be transported immediately upon a declaration War. Another for Columbia. Newport r. I., sept. 6.�?-in the finest kind a sailing Breeze the cup defender Columbia Defeated defender by 3 minutes la seconds Over a 20-mile course to Miles to Windward Aud return. Be prepared the bearing children is not such a very serious ordeal to the woman who is prepared mothers Friend that a Ltd Ste by soothing a relaxing liniment be faithfully used during the period pregnancy Sevinc ii a strike continues. London sept. 6.�?the strike seamen and Steamer firemen following the refusal the ship owners to accept the invitation the seamen a and fire menus Union for a conference in regard to an Advance in the wages now paid at the various British ports continues without incident and apparently without serious effect the shipping in Deatry. No Republican candidates. Richmond va., sept. 6.�?the Republican state executive committee has is sued an address to the Republican voters Virginia advising that no Steps be taken looking to the nomination Republican candidates for the next legislature. This body will elect a United states senator. Fever at key West. Washington sept. 6. A a Telegram from surgeon Carter the Marine Hospital service to surgeon general Wyman reports that to Date there have so far beep 28 cases yellow fever at key West three which have proved fatal. Treasury statement. Washington sept. 6.�?condition the Treasury available Cash balance $279,971,001 Gold Reserve $249,240,254 essence news. There will be Little morning sickness nervousness the critical hour will be relieved much pain and labor will be Brief. Recuperation will be rapid and All after dangers will be avoided. Sold by druggist for $1 in bottle. Send raft Ock is by Book the subject. Tee Bradfield regulator co., Atlanta a. Many columns reduced to a minimum for Busy readers. Gold Quartz Bas been discovered Lookout Mountain. Elmer Hamilton 33, was mysteriously murdered at Muncie ind. St. Josephus orphan Asylum near Cincinnati was destroyed by fire. Atchison National Bank Atchison kan., has been closed. Bad invest ments. Oldest american actress mrs. Sarah a. Baker 81, is dead. Sixty years the stage. Deputy sheriff Thacker was killed from ambush in Clay county by. Feud its Are suspected. Key West Garrison will be removed to fort Mcpherson Atlanta account the yellow fever. Attorney George Peters Memphis tenn., fell through a Shaft at the Chi Cago stockyards. He is fatally Hurt. A bold attempt at jail delivery was frustrated by the sheriff Marysville Prisoners caught in the act dig Ging out. J. G. Johnston Kansas is to be acting manager the democratic National committee until after the adjournment next National convention Rennes sept. 6. A m. Labori telegraphed personal appeals to emperor William and King Humbert to Grant permission to colonel Schwart Koppen and colonel Panizz Ardi German and italian military attaches in Paris in 1894, to come to Rennes to testify in the trial Captain Dreyfus. The appeals were couched in eloquent terms invoking the assistance their majesties in the name Justice and humanity. They Are quite supplementary to the formal application that will he made by the government commissary major Carriere. The demand m. Labori that the court martial should Issue process sub eel to the approval the two sovereigns came like a Thunderbolt. The step is fraught with momentous consequences As it affords emperor William an Opportunity to again Assner his favorite role arbiter the destinies the world. No one will be surprised colonel Schwart Koppen in the name the Kaiser makes a declaration that will practically decide the result the trial. Colonel Jou Aust told m. Demange at the close the session that if he received official notification that colonels Schwart Koppen and Panizz Ardi were coming to depose he would be prepared to adjourn the trial pending their arrival. An adjournment 48 hours would probably give them time to get Here. The appearance Ocolonel Sschwartz Koppen and Panizz Ardi would to the most sensational As Well As the most important incident in the entire trial. Their depositions would be a formal and emphatic declaration that they never had any relations with the accused and they would make such a statement that the court must order an acquittal. Those who Are in the Confidence the counsel entrusted with the defense express a firm conviction that Dreyfus will be acquitted. The court martial examined Cernuschi behind closed doors in order to learn from him the name the foreign attache he already mentioned As admitting that he had received treasonable documents from Dreyfus. The remainder his evidence was Given in Public. Cernuschi will be subjected to a scorching Cross examination. According to a Rumor now going the rounds the name the foreign agent who As Cernuschi declares showed him documents from Dreyfus revealing French military secrets is Gers hell. The latter is said to be an austrian officer who passed three months in Paris about the time that Dreyfus was arrested. Senator trial us will probably be confronted by generals Mericer Gonse de Boisde fre and Roget. After that it is understood that the deposition colonel Dupaty de Clam will be read major Tavernier who examined him having arrived at Rennes. This practically completes the list depositions unless As is probable Dupaty de clamps testimony leads the defense to summon witnesses to Controvert his statements. It is reported that the minister War general the Marquis de Gallifent has sent orders to the generals and other military witnesses to leave Rennes and return to their respective posts within two hours after the con delusion the depositions and not to be present during the pleadings. They will thus be absent when the Verdic is delivered. These orders Are intended not Only to Avert a demonstration in favor the generals Bur also to prevent the moral effect their pres enee in the courtroom. Officials considering plans for the philippine a non pain. Washington sept. 6.�?the matter making an effective blockade in the Philippines and especially around the Island Luzon so As to prevent the insurgents from obtaining ammunition and supplies is one that is giving the administration considerable concern. It has not been deemed feasible to proclaim a blockade As it would indicate a state War. And possibly open a Way to the recognition the insurgents. Whether not it is feasible to attack subdue and Garrison All the ports Luzon which might serve As ports Supply for the filipinos has not yet been determined. Heretofore there have not been sufficient troops in Luzon to make this possible and the question will new arise whether troops had Best be spared for this purpose. The president has been advised that the Navy should be utilized for the purpose preventing the introduction contraband War and supplies for the filipinos. At every port a vessel could be stationed and under the military Law the Island every incoming vessel could be made to exhibit its Manifest. One trouble about carrying out this plan is the fact that there is not a sufficiency Light draught vessels to go into All the places where the filipinos can receive their supplies. In Complete control general Jiminez arrives in Santo Mingo to take hold. Do hailed the nation s deliverer. Entire town turns out to Greet the hero the bloodless revolution hts foes reported Active. Royal f absolute Wirf w powder absolutely pure makes the food More delicious and wholesome Rcd Al a jape cc., new vows. G0vlknor Candler Mclean at the fair. Cincinnati sept. 6.�?mr. John r Mclean the democratic nominee for governor who will be in Columbus next Friday to attend the meeting the democratic state Central committee and the executive committee the Ohio league democratic clubs has accepted an invitation from colonel James Kilbourne to be his guest Friday at luncheon. While at Columbus . Mclean will begin his can ass by doing the state fair. Who is Blent Helm Denver sept. 6. A a i never knew Charles , Wolfe leu aerie referring to the Man now a Atlanta ga., who a revealed to. Ai legend methods by which state e were transmitted from France to to r Many and who said that he was Hor in Denver 3g years ago. John mirth the commission Man who lived Iii u n ver since the first House was built could not remember such a name. Statue Purnell. Dublin sept. 5.�?the corporation has granted a site near the Rotunda in upper Sackville Street for proposed statue Charles amp a it wart Varnell. Non Union men strike. Omaha sept. Hundred non Union carpenters struck for an increase 5 cents an hour. They have b receiving so cents and have made de mantis recently tor the increase. New Rome French Awill i it the the i list tee j f rent \ in by Sailor. Amibile Bart Ere the to Italy it is Sam a. J has already Progress yellow Lack. Key West fla., sept. 6.�?dr. Porter chief executive the state heard health sent out the following dispatch there Are about 40 cases up to Date and five deaths. The disease is slowly in spreading. The Hospital has been organized and the Island is Well patrolled by water. Tortugas will be used As a detention Camp and will be opened in three four Days. There is no excitement at key Porto Plata. Santo Domingo. Sept. 6. A general Isidro Jiminez landed Here having come from Cuba touching at Cape Hatinen the Way. He was received at the Waterside by an immense throng. His reception arranged by general Ramon Imbert was enthusiastic. The news Jiminez arrival has been sent into the Interior and it is believed that settled order and peace Wiff soon be restored general Jiminez was accompanied by 5$ armed revolutionists who were taken Board the Georges Croise at Cape haitian. The populace hailed him As the country a deliverer. A delegation too officials and prominent merchants headed by the governor the City went Board the Steamer to Greet Bim returning after an absence nine year. The entire population was at the wharf and escorted his Carriage to Headquarters where a reception was held. Following this there was a popular demonstration with a procession soldiers and citizens and speeches Welcome. Puerto Plata and Santiago Are Jiminez strongholds. There is some uncertainty regarding political conditions in the Southern districts and there rumours other aspirants planning to defeat general Jiminez in that Quarter. The provisional government which arrived at Santo Domingo met with a splendid reception. Festivals All kinds had been prepared by the people who Are anxious to demonstrate their satisfaction at the change government. Sends a military escort to protect a negro prisoner. Atlanta ga., sept. 6.�? governor Candler was asked to Send a Gatling gun to Brunswick a. The request comes because the implied threat in a statement recently made by a negro editor that armed negroes were ready to sustain him in whatever Herald did. Governor Candler issued an order to the militia to evacuate Darien. Where the recent disturbances Between the Whites and Blacks took place. The governor ordered two officers and 30 men to accompany Del Agel from Savannah to Darien. Dela gel will be placed trial and the military escort was furnished As a precautionary measure. On the Diamond. How til foil tests resulted in the various i leagues. Club s. W l. Ivd. A Lubs. W. L. Re. Brook. Is 36 .892 Blea. La 50 .504 la Lilly 78 4 5523 in itt a ii 5 .504 Host. 73 43520 Louis. 53 55 .44 Hutto 57 48 .383 n. A 40 is .419 Cluff 08 32. Re amp i Wash. 41 77 847 st. L. 89 34 .5 51 Cleve. La 107 .148 at Pii 11 Adf mph i a ill. Ile Kentucky a delegates. Frankfort ky., sept. 6. A governor Bradley has appointed As delegates to the Southern Industrial convention which meets at Huntsville ala., oct. To Lucas Moore state commissioner agriculture w. J. Davidson state superintendent Public instruction captained Porter Thompson and Hon. Z. F. Smith. An episcopal Bishop. Memphis sept. 6.�?Bishop Pierce episcopal Bishop Arkansas died at Fayetteville. Ark. Bishop Pierce was one the oldest members the episcopal Church in this country. He has for More than a Quarter a Century been Bishop Arkansas and was the first to hold this position. Channel blocked. Sault. Ste. Marie mich., sept. 6.�? the steel Steamer Douglas Houghton the largest ship the lakes lies sunk across the Channel st. Mary a River at Sailor a Encampment and effectually blocks the passage All Lake Superior Commerce. It will take several Days to raise the Steamer. Essence news. Many columns reduced to a minimum for Busy headers. Black hand a the noted Winnebago Indian chief is dead. Isaac Robinson a Steubenville grocer took his own life. Julius Seiger an Herb doctor dropped dead at Tiffin Rochester won the championship the Eastern baseball league. A change venue has been granted the Darien a rioters. Major Russell b. Harrison ii in Cuba yellow fever will recover. United states transport Morgan City was totally wrecked off japanese coast. Reported wreck the tug re i Cloud off Cedar Point Lake Erie is erroneous. By a fall from a Hay mow h. C. Jackquetta near upper Sandusky o., was fatally Hurt. John y. I Kane formerly political Boss Coney Island is dying at bi3 Home acute Dysput Psia. At Marysville cd. Ii. T. Sullivan was jailed a charge it embezzlement preferred by a Telephone company. Adverse to the miners Little Rock. Sept. 6.�?judge John in Rogers the Federal court delivered an opinion the strike controversy at fort Smith involving the question state and Federal prerogatives he decided that the United states District court has jurisdiction Over the action the state court in issuing an injunction restraining commercial companies from importing miners and restraining Railroad companies from transporting such miners from another state into Arkansas. Antl demonstrate. Springfield mass Rcpt. 6.�?the first Public demonstration the anti imperialists this City was attended by 1,500 people. The supporters the administration made but Little attempt to show their feelings dissent. The principal speaker was sex governor George s. Boutwell. A committee was appointed to further the organization a local society anti imperialists to be called a the Connecticut Valley damaged by fire. Buffalo sept. in the premises the Mills dry Dock company did $100,000 damage. The Woodwork in the shops engine room and pump House were destroyed. The wooden steamers Ionia and George Spencer moored near the Dock were damaged to the extent $5,000 each. Chambers he not resigned. Washington. Sept. 5.�?chief Justice Chambers Samoa is Bere to Confer with officials and to submit his report to the three Powers represented in Samoa. He avoided a discussion pending diplomatic questions. Notwithstanding reports his resignation judge Chambers states that in has not resigned but in the contrary that he still holds the position chief Justice Samoa Washington. O 4 2 3 1 Iolo 8 Philadelphia 1415 4102 in 21 2 batteries Fifield and Roach and Klutt Lilge Donahue Aud Mcfarland. Swart Wood Ami Hunt. At st. I. is it. Ii. E. St. To ill. 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 2 0�? 4 7 5 Louisville. I 0 0 to t 12 a batteries it Tippy and Schreek running lain Aud Zimmer Ballium and Gaffney. At Chicago it in e. Chicago. 0021 5 041 slim 2 Pittsburg i a 0 7 by ?. Balletic a Callahan Aud Donahue Sparks and be hirer Day Aud Mcdonald. At Cincinnati it. Ii. E. Cincinnati 2 0 1 5 0 5 2 4 to 22 i Cleveland 0 Ltd t 7 4 batteries Philipp and Wood hate and Dunean. Manassa Aud Connolly. Second games la ii. E. Cincinnati ____0 10 0 8 4 0 1 a a if 12 4 c Leveland. 0 2 1 0 1 0 1 0 2 7 12 3 batteries frisk and Pelt. Colliflower and Mcallister May a it Sau Aud Connolly. At Hook Lynn it. Ill new York 0 2 0 0 2 5 i i Brooklyn .0 3 to 2 i 7 i pm 17 i batteries Carrick and Hoyle Dunn and Mcguire. Eidle and Dwyer. At Hoston h. Ii. E Boston .0 i 0 0 i 2 0�? 4 0 la Baltimore ii i Lull 14 8 to 4 batteries Nichols and a go Unity and Robinson. Snyder Aud Mccarr. Western league. At Indianapolis Indianapolis 4 st. Pauli. Second Indianapolis i st. Paul 5. At grand rapid grand rapids 2 Milwaukee 15. At Buffalo Buffalo 2 Minneapolis 5. Turf winners. At Sheepshead Bay Erwin Arimo Azucena honduran Ben Dor peace. At Chlu Rob no George Arnold Golden utile Carlist Moroni contest double Dummy. The weather. For Ohio and Indiana generally fair probably not quite to warm Fri so southerly winds. For Kentucky a us West Virginia fair warmer variable wind. Kid Mccoy won. New York sept. C. A kid Mccoy knocked out Geoffrey Thorne England in the third round at the Broadway athletic club. The attendance was 5,000. Mccoy was in excellent condition and the fight was his from Tho Start. Two successive jolts in the face finished Thorne. Hak Ket reports. To ruin Ami Stock Price for sept. Embezzlement charged. Milwaukee sept.6.�?georgew. Shepard a broker was arrested a charge embezzlement. The arrest was made complaint Walter n. Durand. Or. Shepard is the administrator the estate William c. Durand and is asserted to be Over $13,000 Short in Bis accounts. Legally hanged. Hartford sept. 0. A Frederick Max Brookhaus was hanged at the state prison at Wethersfield for complicity in the murder Daniel n. S. Lambert in Wilton dec. 17, 1897. His partner in crime Benjamin f. Willis was hanged the same Gallows dec. 30, 1898. Columbia the real riling. Newport a. I., sept. 5.�?in the second last the official trial races for the settlement a defender the americans cup tipi Columbia again demonstrated that she is the Superior the defender the 1895 Champion by defeating her to minutes and seven seconds Over a triangular course in an Breeze and a smooth sea. It r paper seized. Get. 5.�?the police papers Prospect Gentr. At the a that to off Sci i Quarter and mat flees Zed and la Chicago. Cattle Good to Choice $5 704/0 com Moiler Grade. $4 loll5 05 Stocker and feeder. $3 154.4 to Bull con and Bolt Era 2 004/5 35 Texas steers $8 504/.4 20 rangers a .wo5 it it calves $4 504/7 25. Hog a heavy i 004/4 53 mixed lots $4 1 .vii4 02light, $4 2 >4/ i 70 pigs $3 4c 4/4 40 culls $2 1 04/3 03. Sheep and lambs Western Range sheep $3 254/4 25 yearlings $1 004 4 50 texans $3 7.v.4 common $2 25 common lambs $3 254/0 i Choice $8 1.34/0 25 wheat no. 2 red 72c. Corny no. 2,31% 4 3f-c. Oats no. 2 White 2./</23lc. Pittsburg. Cattle Cholee $5 my too prime $5 004i 5 75 Good ?5 204/5 40 tidy butchers $1 1104/5 to fair is 404/4 75 bulls Stags and cows $2 004/3 5 fresh cows $3 0 004j 50 calves�?$7 <w.<7 30. Hog Brinie medium and Best yorkers $4 054/4 70 fair yorkers la 554/4 heavy hog. Cd 554/1 05 pigs $4 404/4 do sheep and lambs Cholee sheep $4 454/ 4 5o Good f4 304/4 40 fair $4 004/4 20 Choice lambs f5 004 5 75 common to Good $3 506/5 50. Cleveland. Hogs yorkers $4 70 mediums and heavies $4 . Sheep ii lid lambs Good to Choice wether $4 l<4/t 25 fair to Good mixed sheep f3 754/4 Good to Choice lambs f5 254t 5 50. Cattle Good to Choice dry fed steers $5 004/5 to fair to Good butchers $4 5tkrj 4 73 fair to Handy weight grass steers $3 754/4 to Good to Choice Heifer ii 23./ 4 to fair to Good Butcher cows $8 004/ 4 fair to Choice Hull. 13 od4/.3 50. Calves Good to Best $0 504/7 . Buffalo. Cottle butchers 14 754/5 05 shipping. 15 004/5 50 tops $5 304/5 75 cows Ami heifers $3 734/4 50 stockers Aud feeders $3 734/4 40. Calves�?$6 504/7 25. Hogs yorker 14 804/4 75 medium 14 004/4 7> heavy $1 004/4 85 pigs $4 50 4/4 6ft. Sleep and Lamb Spring lambs in 2.v< 0 40 fair. #3 754/8 culls and not Union f4 304/5 i mixed sheep 14 004/4 25 Emills and common $ j 254/3 a yearling 14 234/ 4 30. New York. Lux an st youth. A i have been using Casca it Etc for insomnia with which i have been afflicted for Over Twenty years and i can say that Casc a re to have Given me More Relief than any other remedy i have Ever tried. I shall certainly recommend them to my friends As being ail they Are Taos. Gillard Elgin 111. Candy cathartic thao i Mahn Rio to Ako Bryan movement. Wawona cal., sept 6.�?William a Bryan and party left the Yosemite Valley and started for san Francisco. Or. Bryan will deliver an address at san Francisco next wednesday and after a few Days rest at i be Tahoe will return to his Nebraska Home. Michigan Man it Honea. Cincinnati sept. Board education by a unanimous vote elected professor Richard Boon Ypsilanti mich., superintendent the Cincinnati Public schools to succeed w. In Morgan who it lined account in health. I i n Heck a Elphy ring the gtd the Luw from i All the cu-1 a Heck sing t re j nip in. Bul tin pleasant. Palatable. Potent. Taste Good. Do Good never he Kep. Weaken. Or Gripe 10c# 26c. 60c. Cure constipation. Sternal , i it Tiro. Cal real Kew Fork. Quot it Gold and guaranteed by All drug Nii i y0av to Tun tobacco a Alt Duce a political rom. New York sept.6.�?john y. Mckane the once famous politician died at his Home in Coney Island a 58 years. Former sheriff p Iamb us o., sept. J. Otic loot is a former Iff this Hein Ousby Mille and Well known in political circles a dozen Yea Quot a a a an a Ltd a it co Oil n Bridge. Greenville miss., sept. 6. A while Martha Johnson accompanied by two half grown children was driving to Leland this county the mules drawing the Wagon became frightened while crossing a Bridge and backed off falling Over 3> fat below. Alii were killed. Cattle a s Era i t 104/0 to oxen and mag. A Quot a 415 25 Bull a a 72v/./3 40 Good a thou a fat it Ltd $3 004 i 20 and Heifer m >4/1 Cholee fat cow $4 40. �?Ta1 vhf la 15 miss to mixed calve. 14 50. Sheep Aud lambs Ash $3 004 4 50 lambs. It 5 inc 7 3 Lio. Ilk #4 7 to. Wheat no 2 red 74 he. Porn a no. 2, no. 2, 2 5-. It yes no. 2 Welt pm 525 it i ii inti. Wheat 2 i t ii Corn a no. 2 mixed i Oats no. 2 a i fixed 23c Rye Lara #5 i 3. Bulk Mea the -$3 30. Barons Gelo. Hograf Sci Tai i 40 in it ie-$3 104/3 55 sch a in i 2 no a 4 $3 04/5 50. 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