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14 Sep 1899

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14 Sep 1899

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Defiance Express (Newspaper) - September 14, 1899, Defiance, Ohio It def i an Al a Lex. Elx Elx i vol. , A thursday september a 1899 to. 40 All to them French people just now should have our sympathy not our hatred. France is americans Best Friend Secretary the Lafayette commission condemns the present violent outbreak against the great european Republic. Chicago sept. 13.�?robert j. Thompson Secretary the Lafayette memorial commission says he thinks the people the United states Are making a rash move to condemn the French nation for the Dreyfus verdict. A the people the United states owe a deep debt gratitude to France a he Eaid in an interview a and we should show moderation and sympathy at this time instead violence. The people America must not forget that As a nation Independent european influence and dictation we owe All practically to France. A the treatment France by the United states has under the circumstances which have existed been to say the least most ungrateful and shameful. Do our people know that besides giving us Lafayette France also gave us Rochambeau with thousands the Best trained soldiers in Europe 6he gave us de Grasse and count do is Tang with fleets splendid warships and she expended in her co operation with general Washington in the War for Independence $280,000,000. She loaned and gave us outright As gifts Friendship Many millions dollars and she did these things at a time when not to have done them would have meant the absence the Republic the United states the Western continent in my opinion forever. A the United states As a government and the people individually owe to France More than can Ever be paid. Therefore moderation just now would be the part Friendship rather than a wild and useless attempt to interfere in her most sacred internal affairs. A France As a nation should have our sympathy at this juncture instead our hatred. It is a country where the unexpected always happens and we May Hope for a satisfactory adjustment the Dreyfus affair before the matter is Dreyfus to he pardoned. London sept. 13.�?a Paris correspondent claims to have Good authority i for the statement that Dreyfus will be pardoned although president Lou bet will not exercise his prerogative until after the meeting the court revision. He adds that Captain Beauvais and major Breon were the Only two members the court martial who voted for acquittal and it was Captain i Para flt who insisted upon the proviso regarding extenuating circumstances. Dreyfus demonstration. London sept. 13.�?the Home office has granted permission for the proposed demonstration in Hyde Park London next sunday to express sympathy with Dreyfus and to Appeal to France to do him Justice. Twenty one platforms will be erected and special requests Are being made to the various churches and religious societies to assist in promoting the demonstration. Want Dreyfus pardoned. Paris sept. 13.�?under the head a a pacification the Temps urges the government to take advantage the present conditions and Pardon Dreyfus which it adds would put the finishing touches to the Rennes verdict and would permit France to occupy herself with the aft amp hrs the country and the exhibition. Honor to Diaz. City Mexico sept. 13.�?elaborate preparations Are being made for the Celebration president Diazo a birthday the 15th and the National Independence the 16th. People Are arriving from All Parte the country to take part in the National fete which will be a seals unprecedented so Lender. Becoming a Mother. A sure Way to avoid danger. A deadlock sixteenth Ohio republicans balloting for a congressional candidate. Martins ferry o., sept. 13. A the sixteenth Ohio Republican congressional convention opened Here and the expected deadlock has materialized. The first Ballet resulted As follows Weems 61 Gill 52 Hollingsworth 31 fimple 19 Butler 2 Mansfield i. Fifty six Bulies were taken without result. The struggle apparently is to be prolonged. Lynching italians. Washington sept. 13.�?the return Baron fava the italian ambassador after a visit some months at Rome has brought about extended consideration the Lecent Lynching several italians in Louisiana not Only in reference to redress in this particular Case but also As to some general measure Protection by the Federal government for foreign residents in this country. He had a Long talk with the president. The Baron believes the deplorable affair will be redressed. Blames the railroads. Washington sept. 13. A the entire session the Industrial commission was occupied in hearing the conclusion the testimony former state senator Lewis Emory Bradford a. Or. Emery is an Independent refiner and was the stand. He took As his text the general charge that discrimination in Railroad rates was the basis monopoly and charged that it was through this Agency that the Standard Oil Trust had been created. Discovered new inlets. Copenhagen sept. 13.�?professor a. G. Hathor st a expedition the Steamer Antarctic her return from her search along the coast Greenland for the missing aeronaut professor an Dree arrived at Malmo Sweden. Professor Nat Horst reports that he explored Franz Josef land fjord the East coast Greenland and discovered a series new inlets. Hours May accept. Cape town Cut. 13.�?various unofficial reports have been received from Pretoria predicting the Transvaal Sac Cep Tance the terms the latest dispatch which was read in the Volks Raad and is understood to furnish the basis for negotiations which will possibly Lead to a peaceful settlement. Situation serious. Washington sept. 13.�?officials Here regard the venezuelan situation critical. The Cruiser Detroit is due at lag Ayra wednesday night and As that Point is Only two hours from Caracas no apprehension is Felt that any american interests will suffer by the disturbance. Ended in a tragedy. Texas elopement and marring the bloody sequel. And two victims a fathers Wrath pursued the fleeing couple with his gun which he uses with terrible effect Aud then suicides. Longview tex., sept. 13. A Panola county and especially Beckville is excited Over a terrible triple tragedy. The trouble started with the mar ,. ,. ,., it is Only proper that part the Bur Ridge James Forsythe a highly Rea a commander Shaw favors the issuing a Patriot pension Bond for soldiers. New York sep. 13.�?albert d. Shaw the new commander in chief the grand army he Republic said Quot a great Deal my time will be Given to pension legislation. The old Soldier is entitled to lasting consideration. What if the pension Roll is Large the Union soldiers saved this nation. Their Reward should be commensurate with their services. If the Burden should prove too heavy i am in favor a patriotic Bond Issue so that Only the interest would have to be met from year to year. Let posterity meet the Bonds when they mature. Why not the country was saved to posterity. With usual result. Two fright trains attempt to pass in the same track. How the Diamond. The contests resulted in various leagues. The clubs. W. L. In. Clubs. W. L. . It Rook. 85 37 .007 Chica. Of 02 .517 Phi la. 80 47 .031 flits. 62 03 .405 Host. 75 48 .610 Louis. 58 67 .404 hallo. 71 51 .583 n. A. 51 73 .411 st. A. 71 50 so Wash. 44 70 .350 Ciutti. 71 50 .550 Cleve. 114. 14u every True woman wants to be a Mother. A baby is Tho dim her life a the crowning glory womanhood True happiness can never be known without the blessings if a wild brings. Yet the ordeal Thrush which All mothers must puss is so full pain anxiety and fear that Many a Young life is sacrificed because the inability to undergo the st niggle childbirth. It is not necessary to suffer in bringing new life into the world. By the use a a Mother a Friend a Tho suffering and danger can lie avoided and the hour robbed its dread and pain. This remedy is praised by thousands who have tested it. Every woman is anxious to learn How to avoid the pain and suffering which May be in i bottle Charley store for her. The Little Book a before j lata., Jessic a baby is born a will be sent free to any plication to the Brad at unto Georgia. At b Altimo he it. Ii. E. Louisville .000000002 1 02�? 13 3 Baltimore 3 i batteries Waddell and Zimmer Mcgill Nulty and Robinson. Emslie Aud Dwyer. At Washington . Ile Washington. 2 2 i 0 2 0 0�? 7 la 2 Cincinnati 0 0 0 1 0 2�? 3 4 2 batteries Evans and Koltl Ridge Taylor and pelts. Latham. Second games it. In e Washington .1 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 i 5 la 0 Cincinnati ____2 i 0 0 i u u 4 8 2 batteries Mcfarland Aud Roach Haw Ley and Kehoe. Latham. At Brooklyn it. Ile. Pittsburg. 0 0 3 3 2 too 0�? h 14 4 Brooklyn. 2 4 0 3 0 2 Roll la 0 batteries Chesbro Aud so braver Dunn Kennedy Mcjames Aud Mcguire. Swart Wood and la tint. At Philadelphia it. Ile Cleveland 0 0 0 0 0 7 2 Philadelphia .3 0 5 0 3 0 2 0 a 13 14 i batteries Knepper and Mcallister Orth Aud Mcfarland. Snyder and met Arr. Second games it. In e. Cleveland. W. I 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 0�? 4 8 to Philadelphia. .0 0 2 4 1 to 0 a 8 0 0 batteries Schmidt Ami Hugden Platt Aud Mcfarland. Snyder and Mcgarr. At new York it. Ile new York 00010102 in u 13 to Chicago. 1 0 041006 0 12 18 i batteries Carrick and Warner Taylor Aud Chance. Of Day and Mcdonald. Second games v it. Ii. E. New York .2 0 10 12�?6 0 4 Chicago. 0 0 3 1 to 8 3 batteries a get Tig Aud Warner Griffith and Donahue. Mcdonald and Duy. Interstate league. At Newcastle Newcastle 7 Dayton 0. Second Newcastle 4 Dayton i. At Youngstown a Youngstown 13 Tole do to. At Mansfield Maneti eld 5 fort Wayne 0. Second Mansfield 8 fort Wayne 5. Al Wheeling Wheeling i Springfield 3. Turf winners. At Brooklyn miss Marlon Han Depreta mesmerism Imp Reynolds . Catlett. At Chicago a Wallenstein pacemaker Jac Kanapes Mullah Tappan the lady in Blue. At Buffalo a Princess Margaret water Kamsay . Brown free Art to. Sheeted Young Man and miss Ollie Simpson a Belle the neighbourhood. It seems that Forsythe did not have the approval the girls father Andrew Simpson for the hand his daughter but with several Young men in the neighbourhood he succeeded in eloping with the Young lady and they were married. This so angered the old gentleman that when he Learned the wedding he saddled up his horse and loaded a double barrelled Shotgun and took his departure declaring he would kill the whole party concerned. As he Rode up to Forsythe s Home he saw his son in Law fleeing through the Orchard. He brought him Down with seven Buckshot through the Groin Leav ing him for dead. He then Rode toward the House. King h. Forsythe father James came out unarmed to see what the trouble was and was instantly killed with a Load Buckshot in the Abdomen. Simpson then dismounted and ran into the House with his pistol saying that he would kill his daughter but the Mother Young Forsythe ran Between them and held his pistol until the Young girl was helped away. Simpson then walked out the front Gate and putting the pistol to his forehead fired killing himself instantly. Young Forsythe 13 desperately wounded but May recover. All stores in Beckville Are closed and business is suspended account the tragedy. Flight armenians. St. Petersburg sept. 13.�?an armenian journal reports that Turkey absolutely refuses to assist armenians who emigrated to the caucasus at the time the kurdish atrocities in Armenia to return to their Homes. The turkish Consul at Batum it is added refuses passports to armenians having commercial relations with turkish seaports and at the same time Turkey refuses to permit armenians living in Turkey to emigrate to Russia. Shaft tic retorts. Cincinnati sept. 13.�?in reply to another letter from Edward Atkinson Boston representative the anti imperialists congressman w. B. Shattuc this City has written a lengthy letter giving his reasons for calling . Atkinson and others a traitors copperheads and abatte defines these terms applies them again and again to the same parties and refuses to retract anything in his former correspondence. Against the railroads. Toledo sept. 13. A special master Belford decided the Case the Clover Leaf Road versus Elizabeth Bulloni in which he finds for the defendant. The Railroad company he finds has no deed for a strip land known As the Miami and Erie canal bed and he cuts the right Way the Wheeling and Lake Erie and the Cloverleaf from too to 95 feet. The Case will go to a higher court. Den should fall blocked by Low water. Detroit sept 13.�?the big Lake steamers which were sunday released from their Long blockade in st. Mary a River Are again held up in Detroit River by another obstruction. A brisk steady Westerly wind has so lowered the water Iff the West end Lake Erie that at noon there was but a depth 17i�feet Over the Limekiln crossing near the Mouth Detroit River. All arriving boats drawing that much More water Are tied up before reaching the crossing. Both Crews killed and maimed. Misunderstanding orders the cause a bad wreck in which four lives Are crushed out. Baking powder absolute pure makes the food More delicious and wholesome i Ohio and West Virginia. Washington sept. 13.�?a number appointments in the volunteers Are announced among them being Ohio to be Captain Worthington Kautzman late major second Ohio forty second to be first lieutenant Walter Harvey late Corporal company a seventh Ohio forty first. West Virginia to be first lieutenant w. J. White late first lieutenant first West Virginia forty fourth Daniel g. Mendel wc3t Virginia late apprentice battleship Iowa no withdrawals. New York sept. 13.�?at the offices the United states commission to Tho Paris exposition it was said that there had been no evidence at that office that any exhibitor will withdraw from the exposition in consequence the verdict in the Dreyfus Case. Applications for space Are More numerous than for Acme time. American Consul faults. Bremen sept. 13.�?it is reported that Louis Lange jr., United states Consul in Bremen has resigned his position because his disapproval what he characterizes As the a imperialistic policy the Mckinley administration a which he ha3 attacked in his Chicago newspaper die Mundschau a lutheran weekly. Oxford la., sept. 3.�?four men were killed and six severely injured in a head Coll Isolin which occurred two and one half Miles East Here. Dead Webb Smith Iowa City la. Tom Quinn Engineer a. H. Polson fireman will Floyd coloured. Injured p. C. Brien conductor John g. Mulligan brakeman Tom Dunn Engineer Charles Cox William Clinton George Woodson coloured. The trains were extra freights belonging to the Rock Island system and it is said the Accident was due to a misunderstanding orders. Traffic was blocked for 12 hours. Senator Hanna still Iii. Cleveland sept. 13.�?it is feared by Cleveland friends senator Hanna that the condition his health May prevent him from continuing the hard political work which he has mapped out for himself. Letters from members his family to friends and relates give the impression that his health has not been improved by hi3 sojourn in France in fact the opinion based upon them is that he would be in better condition had he remained at Home. His ailment is rheumatism. Senator Hanna is expected at Home in a few Days he being now the Atlantic. Minim it Tim capital. Santo Domingo sept. 13. A Senor Juan Isidro Jin Inez the aspirant to the presidency Domingo has arrived Here. His arrival was the cause a great festival and expressions satisfaction. It is not known As yet when the election will take place. At present the country is quiet. The most difficult part to be settled is tilt financial situation the government the paper Money being one the principal causes the bad condition affairs. amalgamate Silver clubs. Chicago sept. 13.�?James i. Tarvin Covington Kyd president the Ohio Valley league bimetallic clubs would like to see All the Silver organizations the country amalgamated and he is credited with starting a a movement to attain that object. Chicago is to be the Center from which will radiate the efforts toward placing the direction the bimetallic associations under one head. Market report corrected be t. 13 1800. By m. B. Gorman. Provision Market Apple dried per la. He earwax. Lard. Potatoes per Nahel. Beans per Bushel. Tallow. Cheese. Pickle pork.,. Country Bacon. Smoked Ham. Smoked shoulders. Meat Market corrected by j. In Raker. Price paid. Beef fore Quarter. F.-7 beef Hind Quarter. 74 veal calf dressed. 7 to 74 sheep dressed. 64 to 74 Eagle. Retail 3 6 Vuk 96 to 2 6 h 3u 40 i 20 i 78 8 5 9 12 5 7 5 8 to la 5 7 fat hogs foot. La 70 5�?6 8 $8 70 5 25--s 40 8 u0o4 60 g 50 j 11 i a address upon Applice Field regulator co., pile weather. For Ohio Indiana Kentucky and West Virgil 1�? fair and cooler. Parrot turned nil tilt ins. Washington sept. 13. A miss Alice Knott was found dead la bed having been asphyxiated. A pct Parrot had turned the Gas. Essence news. Many columns reduced to a minimum for Busy readers. Pope Leo is reported ill. British Steamer thermopylae is ashore at Cape town Africa. Emperor William and the tzar Russia Are soon to meet in Potsdam. An insane merchant was arrested at Leipzig for threatening to kill the King Saxony. Andrew Carnegie denies Tho Story that he is seeking a seat in the British parliament. Four persons were killed by the explosion a boiler Board the German Cruiser wacht at Kiel. General Joe Wheeler is reported Dia a satisfied w Ith his philippine assignment. He May a. K to return. In a freight wreck the Mobile and Ohio near Dryden ills., three unknown tramps nut instant death. Presides Mckinley will not participate in the Howe j Ion at new York. Owing to pre Are Busine. Mis. Ii m vet and three children Wurr. I i y a train a Cross Leta i 2 to iud., and killed. Beath a capitalist. Columbus o., sept. 13. A William Monypeny 70, one the wealthiest and most prominent business men this City died from the effects a stroke paralysis which he received saturday evening. He was connected with Many the leading enterprises Here. May need troops. Nogales a. T., sept. 13. A colonel Koe Terlitzky at Magdalena has been ordered to hold his battalion in readiness to come to the scene the trouble Between cowboys and mexican guards at Naco at a moment s notice. Village wiped out. Grand Forks n. In sept. 13.�?the Little town Northwood grand Forks. County was completely let roped by \ hrs a a a a fire the loss is estimated at $200,000. Fifty business firms have their entire tin i iou Boos. Denver sept. 13. A the Moo hoes voted to hold their next annual convention at Dallas tex., oct. 9, 1900. Captain George w. Lock Lake Charles la., was elected snark the universe. New cur Trust. Lansing. Mich.,sept. 3.�?the new car Trust the american car and foundry company capitalized at $60,000,000, filet articles incorporation paying a franchise fee $30,000. Of hogs dressed lambs dressed. Live Stock Market. Hogs. Hogs heavy. Sheep. I Amos. Cows. 3 Cotta 25 steers. 8 60tt4 25 calves dressed. 6 to 8 00 poultry Market. Corrected by h. P. Miller. Price paid. Chicken old. Quot Spring. Turkeys live. Ducks. Butter. 12 eggs per Doz. It flour am Mill for Al. Corrected by a. Groweg a son Selling Price. Best family. Graham hour 12 la. Sack. Rye Al off per 49 lbs. Multi d meal to la. Sacks. Chops per cwt. Meal per cwt. Middling per cwt. Bran per cwt. Til meal per cwt. Screenings per by. Pelts. Corrected by in p. Miller. Price paid. Hides salted. Hides Green. Sheep pelts. Grain. Hay and Straw. Corrected by a. Groweg a son. Price paid. Wheat. ats. Rye. Corn shelled. Hay bulk Timothy per ton. Hay. Bulk Clover per ton. Straw bulk per ton. Ear Corn per too lbs. Selling Price. Corn. Oats. Hay baled Timothy per cwt. Straw baled per Bale. Halt corrected by a. Groweg a sin. Selling Price b to 25 to 12 ii to i i 25 plot 54 20 60 30 0 2 41 pm 25 121 to French Cabinet hears a report upon the effect the Dreyfus derision. Paris sept. 13.�?at the Cabinet Council the Premier m. Waldeck Rousseau informed his colleagues that he had received reports from the prefects Tho various departments which showed that the verdict the renne3 court martial had been everywhere receive quietly. It is presumed the Council took no action in the Dreyfus other matters great importance. It was one Tho frequent meetings held by the Cabinet and was not hurriedly called being announced several Days ago. No special importance is attached to it. Strike spreading. Alexandria ind., sept. 13. A Tho strike lamp Chimney workers in Tho Gas Belt is assuming serious proportions. One Hundred employees the South Marion Plant struck for higher wages while More Are expected to leave their work. New Cabinet formed. Caracas Venezuela sept. 13.�?a new Cabinet has been formed with Senhor Caleano its foreign minister. President Andrade has left Here to take command the troops operating against general ?.-o, the revolutionary Leader. Market retorts Grain and Stock prices fur sept. 12. Cleveland. $4 7<kii4 75 mixed $4 70 heavies $1 70 Good pigs. Hogs yorker medium Aud $4 004/4 40. Sheep Aud lambs-$5 7i� .3 fair to g to Cholee wether flu to Good mixed sheep Good to lies is ihi7/5 up $4 4 $3 754/4 lambs Good 5 fair canadians invited. Quebec sept. 13.�?lord Minto thai governor general in reply to the Chicago delegation who waited upon him at the Citadel to invite him to attend the Chicago festival in october asked for a few Days in which to consider whether his other engagements would permit him to accept. The Premier sir Wilfred Lauder accepted the invitation for himself and wife. A ultimatum. Pretoria sept. 13.�?the British note which was read in both Rands is re it proposes a five year franchise a Quarter representation for the Gold Fields in the Volk Aru and Equality for the British and dutch in the Yolk Aud and Equality for the old and new burghers in regard to presidential and other elections. Ltd opera tic Brot lie Rhood. Toledo sept. 13.�?the co operative brotherhood which is to establish a Colony near Toledo announced that the first factory had been secured from Philadelphia in the removal the Lockwood Woolen Mills. A further offer has been made of5,000 acres land which the corporation still has. The total offers Are now about $300,000. New York. Per bbl. Dairy 2mb. Sack., Lump Rock per cwt. Auto 1 no 20 40 world Bantam championship. New York sept. 13.�?terry Mcgovern Brooklyn whipped pedlar pal Mer London thoroughly in less than one round in the Arena the Westchester club near Tuckahoe n. Y. With the Victory went the title Bantam Champion tile world. The englishman although forcing the Pace at the outset was really never in it and Mcgovern simply battered his opponent into partial insensibility. George Siler refereed the Mill. Fear an ambush. London ivy., sept. 13.�?the Laurel county sheriff Mchargue and judge Brown have gone to Frankfort to Ark governor Bradley to either Send troop have the state pay for 50 Dot Cutie to take the two nudists Solomon and James Griffin to Clay county where they must be delivered. They Are in jail Here and the authorities bar that the journey to Clay they will be ambushed by one faction rescued by another. Head ache Gih it and my wife and Bern a lug Ca Scakes and they Are the Best Medicine we have Ever bad in the Bouse. Last using Casca rets and they Are the Best week my wife was frantic with headache for two Days she tried Somoff your Casc abets and they relieved the pain in her head almost immediately. We both recommend Cuan. Stedge Febu. Pittsburg Safe a Deposit co., Pittsburg a. Canoy i cathartic in Caieto new \ do Blit food for Porto Riczu. Dit j a Iii 1 Washington sept. 13.�?-the commis a stroke i sary department the army will ship was in his-5 1,000 tons provisions to Porto Rico very sudden i if contributions do not make up this j a i it was in \ amount the department will authorize sic Tau before 1 the Purchase enough stores to cover. Neral will be i the deficiency. For the next shipment Church p j there have been contributed nearly 350bishop to it 1 tons provisions. I Greer will Coli la Vanderbilt a Beath. A sept. 13.�?cornelius Van and the Vanderbilt family los re Sidt Nee in this City from i Cuttle a Good to Choice dry fed steers $5 mr./. In fair to Good Butcher $4 5 75 fair to Handy weight gras steers $1 304/1 my common and Light grass hours $3 7.va t to Good to Choice heifers $4 254 1, 4 i fair to Good Butcher cows $3 070/4 fair to Choice bulls a 0�4/3 ,>0. Calves go.,j to Best $0 5/14/7 . Chicago. Cattle Good to Choice $5 754/0 75 commoner Grade $4 306/5 a to Stocker and feeders .3 006/4 75 bulls cow anti heifers �1 856/5 40 Texas steers $3 506/4 25 Ranger $3 5i</5 35. Calve�?$4 006/7 50. Hogs a heavy $4 006/4 Al mixed lots ?4 200/4 70 Light $ 4 306/4 70 pigs $3 50 6/4 50 a tells $2 is 16/4 we sheep and Landis fat natives Anil Western sheep $1 1ic./4 30 Good yearlings $4 50 Eull Aud to Muon $2 006/3 Good land #5 256/0 25 Coin Idiong $3 756/4 50. Wheat no. 2 red 72c. Corn no 4, 31 vie. Oat no. 2, 21v. Pittsburg. Cattle Cholee $5 806/6 prime $5 60 6/5 75 Good $5 206/5 40 tidy Butcher a $4 006/5 to fair $4 406/4 75 Bull Stag and cow $2 1x16/3 85 fresh cows $30 to off 50 calve $7 006/7 i. Hogs prime assorted $1 8/16/4 85 Best heavy yorker $4 754/4 80 common to fair yorker i 556/4 05 heavy bogs $4 006 4 7n pigs $4406/4 tit , $4 4od 4 55 rough $3 ki6/4 25. Sheep Cholee $4 656/4 75 Good $4 506 4 fair $5 104 4 40 Cholee lambs $5 75 ti6 to common to Good $3 506/5 a Hull Alo. Cattle butchers$4 754/5 35 shipping $5 ixx.5 54 tops $5 5<>4/5 i cow and Heifer $3 754/4 50 Stocker and feeders $3 504/1 Oil. Calves #7 504/8 it it. Hog yorker. 4 7"6/1 85 medium and heavy $4 806/4 85 pig $4 5o </4 70. Sheep and lambs Good to Choice Spring lambs $ it 006 0 25 fair to Good $5 50oil 5 75 cull mid common $4 006 4 50 i led shlep it 504/4 i 5 it nil and Corn Mon $2 50 4/3 Choice yearling $4 754/5 . New York. Per la 754/0 20 bulls $2 75of. $1 756/4 05. Is Veals $5 006/8 50 coarse South Ives 3 in. It and land sheep #2 054/4 88t� 85 004/0 50. Western hogs it . It no. 2 red 74 a. Com a no. 2, Mats a. 2, 26ic. A att ii 3 7o Ltd a a i pc pm Cal Shee lambs hog we wheat n Ai 3. Mar. The entirely possible to re death occur held in st. A Babiy next r and the rec a att Tine Obilt was cited my Kyi Ilicin null. O. 2 red bile. Corn a f oat no. 2 filled 23�?~/ som. 15. Hulk meat �-$5 to. A 4,24 tech any Phy a. The fun Tholo Mew a Friday and it . Troob Mark Ursoi amp Throo pleasant. Palatable. Potent taste Good. Do Good. Never sicken. Weaken Gripe. Ioc 26c. 50c. Cure constipation. Of Trlla bail comp a chief., my Tail in test. It us h old and guaranteed by All drag no Quot i a Quot a v Gal to cd Jae tobacco habit. A rushed by Lee Floe. St. Johns n. F., sept. 13.�?another severe storm along the Labrador coast has driven huge Lee floes the land and crushed several vessels with their cargoes aggregating nearly 3,000 quintals codfish. Thi Crews escaped with their lives by making their Way Over the ice but the vessels were completely destroyed. Another transport. Washington sept. 13.�?the War department has chartered the Steamer i Dublin which will carry 550 animals to Manilla. Must l ight get out. Johannesburg set. 13. A the out jail hers Luxburg App Mfd to the burghers for permission to remain Neutral in the event War but were refused the Grout i that As britons remaining in the Iran caul and refusing to Light they must be re gilded As Creme. Born Iii Bilio. Minneapolis sept. 13.�?job. Baach n i r 4 i a a at to ->15 25. Bunton. Civ in x Ami a and above 2�?T.,4/ do Ard for years c the Minneapolis time illness several Mon was Bern in Sandusky in fill Xuy ii Ere Toledo. 2 do 4 85. I4 it a a in no. 2rye bait Doon. Iriny 22i23e. 17c mixed no. 2, eggs Castoria for infants and children. Tbs kind you have always bought bears a me signal it r

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