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Indianapolis News (Newspaper) - December 26, 1895, Indianapolis, Indiana6j he Indianapolis news. Thursday december 26. 1895. Markets th�orsda1 quotations live Stock at Indianapolis Chicago the speculative situation a broker qom a a Trulu and i Xor and com meats local jobbing clout nylons. The markets were a Holiday character Trade being narrow. Wheat opened a Teady and showed a Little firmness reported Large clearances at Seaboard for the last three Days. But around 38c for May there appeared to be wheat for Sale and there was a decline a during the last hours. The exports from Atlantic ports the last three Days amount to 1.0ot,000 bushels in wheat and flour. The receipts in the Northwest Are formidable in comparison with last year but have fallen off some during the last two weeks. The Corn Market was Dull and May showed some weakness. Prices were barely sustained Cash and january notwithstanding the miserable weather and bad roads. A provisions were steady and practically unchanged for the speculative month. Board Trade will adjourn at tuesday noon next until thursday january 2, 1896. _ Grain and provision notes. By w. B. Overman a wire. The Homan report will be issued . It will treat the reserves in Farmers hands. Learn that it will be n Odera Cly bearish show More wheat a hand than last january. Another authority says that the forthcoming Homan re part wheat will be bullish. W Bradstreet s wheat increase East .>,636,-000 bushels Europe increase 80,000 bushels a world s increase 3.716,000 bushels wll Hou. Pacific coast. Bradstreets Corn increase 1,106,000 bushels Oats increase 90,000 Bush new York clears More wheat �356.m bushels than Minneapolis receives <440.-ux bushels. Minneapolis Shl menu were 97 000 barrels flour equal to 437,j00 bushels wheat As much As it receives <440.000 bushels. provisions Flam this morning. Talk is for let up in hog receipts. Think May provisions bulges Wili do to sell. The weather forecast is Illinois w a Consin Missouri Nebraska Kansas fair rising temperature. Indiana Michigan the Dakota Snow flurries colder fair warmer Friday. Minnesota Iowa Cloudy rising temperature. Colorado Wyoming Montana fair a Lang temperature. Cincinnati Price current mild temperature and moisture have favored growing wheat and crop condition somewhat improved. Marketing operations in some Western regions retarded by excessive moisture. No increase in inclination to sell Grain at current Low figures. Week s packing 415,000 against 405.000 last year. 4 the situation. Boston news Bureau. The Calmer temper that has developed i financial circles i3 much greater significance than the Mere Advance in Security prices. Our International complications have assumed a Moro Pacific tone and it la now acknowledged among All thinking men that War is an impossibility. Great credit is due the Banks in new York and Boston in preparing to meet possible emergency. By authorizing the Issue Clearing House certificates if Nec be softy demands them notice is Given that Money can be obtained when the Security is acceptable. The value the Clearing House system the Stock exchanges has been thoroughly demonstrated and the strength the banking world fully proven. Prices Muy recede from the present Advance but securities Are again in Strung Hinds and with some remedial financial legislation the president s message will simply add another a object lesson Quot for people to Ponder. Country hides. Mihoe Anil leather review. There was some talk saturday running Buff hides up to 74 cents but the depressing news from exchanges cooled the ardor the enthusiasts and at this writing 7% cents is about the top the Market. There Seema to be no surplus hides anywhere. Low prices High prices and medium prices have Alt failed to induce larger receipts. What is called the Farmer kill has gradually died out. The Modem Farmer to Day Sells his cattle and buys dressed beef. It is claimed that the sudden Advance 1% cents in Buff hides was mainly caused by two this a Eastern tanners and that the Western Grain leather manufacturers arc still holding Kloof. Our advices from Boston indicate that the stocks upper leather Are Small. There is undoubtedly a stronger feeling in leather but the thak securing advances to even remotely compensate for the rapid Rise in hides seems almost impossible. Increased Mullen National Stockman. The disposition the vast numbers Hoep that have been placed the Market can mean but one things that we have made an enormous to Croake in our Mutton ton sumption during the past few years cheapness and improved Quality com tend have done much to Advance tee popularity Mutton. It la now u Staple Irti ele diet 111 Manyi families where form orly Little Nev was used. The prejudice against it the Art Many Fepule is be no surely overcome As the Quality the meat is improved Umi a neos prices Are out proportion to other neats we May look far a continued Rove the in the consumption. The influence it this increasing demand for Mutton is Aow in the cattle Market. It impose ble for beef to compete with a Heap Mutton and perk except it corresponding prices which accounts to s urge extent for the downward tendency i cattle. Val nuts Nap a 13c Walrer. French 14c Pecana. Western 14012c pm Nanula Virginia Bart Wpm a Virginia food. O�7c. in tour i allspice. 10915c a a Xii. Mace Nutmeg. A a a ves if Yutuc Inge a Pepper ii lie. It Quot Annex taxis Lac Kuettle. 2 la. La. Cove oat end 1 11� full weight Jav 1 la Light weigh. Abc i la it full weight. Ll.75i#l.St 2 la Light weight 91.gi1.�j Neach amp a. , 2 11.8592.40 seconds 3 la. Jl.Jsffi-�1 per. $ a it pc pineapple Standard 2 la. 31.2t>1.75 dec Onde 2 la. Jl.ij91. 10 string in rank. 70c Rai Nion. 1 la sj.40fil.hd . Niahama 81.50 tfi2.73 tip feed $1.stiff 1.73 Early june. A i c ttsl.2 mat Row. 85c soaked to Floc to a Matocq. I la. Corn sugar. 85 if91.57�2 Apple butter. 2 in so a dozen. 2 la. Foj. Dried Fri is apples Sun dated 4% cur ram3,Ime Citron. 15914c Tigs 13v��14< raisins. Loom. A Box. Rui Glnn Valencia a in evaporated apricots 0\��q�?Tlli>c, dates. Ems -. Miscellaneous groceries new Orleans to fair to prime. 25c Cly Oice 40�4lc. Pit Apt medium. 24925c Choice 25945c a it gum. 39of Corn syrup Bis. 17c Gai. Half bbl a pc Khi. Vinegar malt 4-j-Grain test 9� 10c a Gay. Henr tar hand picked Peare 11.go. Rice Carolina Japan. I Zwic. Lake Salt in car loads. 88c in Small lots s5c. A urch Pearl. Champion glues j and 3-b packages 4corn. 1-lb packages re a it via. Candy stick co in common mixed a it. New pickles�?2.4# in barrels. $1.60 1.2� in barrels i.2c0 in half barrels 12.w.- m0 in half barrel. 12.3��. Oat meal barrels 24.75. N led oat a barrels. 13.25. Per Bottoms 21c. Plan shed Copper 20c. Solder. 11812/. Wool. The following prices Are Wagon lots j medium unwashed lie Fine . In Nashed. 10�12c Choice tub washed. 2�1r-.c. Digging for kiddos Crest. I try 4.oo�l. _ it leached Cotton a anti rom Noggin l. 3�, inches 7-4i-, Blackstone 2� Luches 7w- can Jet 2g inches. A a Dwight Anchor m inches allover. 36 inches. Amp a Dwight Anchor 42 a inches 10c Dwight Anchor 7.-4, 11c Dia. Mono Field 26 inches 6c far Eli 42 inches 7�?~tc far Eli. 45 inches so fruit 36 inches he a first Call 26 inches 5�c Glendale xxx 36 inches. So Harvest a 36 inches 6c Hill. 36 a Incles he isms Dale 26 inches 8�/4c Mason Ville 36 incline he a new York Mill. 36 inches. 10>�c la it nesdale Cambric no. 2, 9c Pepperell 8-4. 17c. Pepperell. �?~.-4. 19c peppered 10-4, 21c sea Island. No. 1, 36 inches 7v�r-- sea Island no. 2. 7c a a isan<2, no. 3, 26 inches a Vic Utica 9-4, 22vgc Utica 10-4. 25c. Gingham a Amos Keag. Go Bates go Everett classics. Johnson s sea Island. 10c Johnson a Imperial 8vjc i it Ancaster 5 Ltd a Normandie dress styles go Manchester Sui Ples 414c Park Hill Zephyr Lovic toll do Nord. 8vc Warwick 5v,c Colore a ambries Edwards 4c slate Genesee 4c concorde. 3%c a Arren 3%c. Silesia Lons flame no. 1, 20c a a l2v6c English a 10c English a a Argus a to v Lectory amp a. 7 ticking a Amos Keag Aca. Us Cordis Ace. La hic Conestoga . \2\& Conestoga be. Lac Hamilton a tout awning 94c Lenox fancy boo fold. 18c Diamond,.bookfold, 12m-c Oakland amp pc Lewiston. 36 inches. 12t�c Lewiston 30 inches 10. Warren Tkv Kofold 11 a fee Lenox xxx. 18c Tho Dyke a 8c. Cotton Duck tall ass. 7 ounces 30 inches 8c Tallassee h ounces 3� inches. Lol a Tallay see 10 ounces 30 inches. 12�?~�c Savage h ounces 30 inches Svic Savage 10 ounces 36 inches 11 he. Shirting checks and Chevi Otsy Amos Keag. 7 Fri Economy. gt4c new South 7c Rotunda 6c Riverside 6c Tuxedo. Stye Otis. Go a Atno Strag plaid Cheviot 8c Amos Keag Stripe Cheviot 8c Edinburg 7,/4c Everett Cham Bray stripes 8c. Brown Cottons Atlantic a 36 inches 6�c Atlantic h. 36 inches. Cc1 Atlantic p. 36 inches go Atlantic list. 26 inches. 5c american Mills 36 inches. 4��c army a shirting 36 inches 6%c Archery. 26 indies 4c Comet 36 inches. 6b.c Constitution. 26 inches. Boot a 26 inches 4\c\ Boot 36 inches a he Boot xxx. 30 inches. Luck s head. 36 inches 6c Badger la. 26 inches. Go household Superior 36 inches 5c criterion 36 inches go pc in no Branch. 36 inches. 40 sea Island 36 inches go statue Liberty. 2 it inches 6vk Pepperell. 8-4. Pepperell. 9-4, 17c Pepperell 10-4, 19c Utica a 4c Utica. 9-4, 29< Utica lb-4, 22vic. Prints Allen fancy. 5c american indigo 4-Tiic american shirting. 4cr. Merrimac shirting 4-Yc Arnold cloth. 8c Arnold Long cloth 7c Berwick fancy 3vc Berlin solids. To Berlin Throe fourth Turkey reds. 6c Berlin three fourths xxx Turkey rods. 9c Heco fancies go Coheen Madders. 44c Portsmouth Robes Gusc Harmony fancies 4c Manchester fancies go a Pacific mousse lines. Go Pacific mourning. Go Simpson mornings 3�?T4o Venus Oil Blue and Green go Windsor fancies w4e. Brown Drill Boot a. 30 inches. 6�?~� big Tom. 30 inches 6v�c Crescent a. 7%del gift 36 inches no. 2g0, 9c Mohawk 30 inches. 8c. Condition Winter wheat. Northwestern Miller. The growl Nir crop Winter wheat is in Srauy in prime condition and loins nicely in All localities except in a few districts lir Here there has been cold weather and a he Oien a in the Snow covering. No Seriano damage that can not be counteracted by goo l influences which ate liable to follow has Bacn experienced however and a Farmers Are generally Hope fun far Sun Ubu Dart yield. It is Tuider a Tood. Nevertheless that the critical time for this wheat has not yet arrived but the Trade generally is disposed to await a Lam age reports before buying wheat the Engin might occur Truk Fri a com sep. Iky 8. O. Loe a cos wire. New York december 2g.�?there i a Good i demand for the industrials a a. Morning and we see no reason Why a Istocka should not sell at a much higher figure. They Are ail Strong and a Duxler a the upturn is expected All Breaks. Myers a co. Say the Market opened Fri Yant prospects loan to be placed i in. And. This not con firmed and the rust an Gold Rumor denied prices gradually ill off profit taking and Edlef that the Rife was too rapid. Leather sluggish. In renewed dividend denials. Sex Chungo soaker and Gold shipments probable Tor saturday. Money lends at 6 and bid. Primary markets primary Market receipts wheat wore bushels. Minneapolis and Duluth received i Kars for three Days. Estimated receipts at Chicago Friday Yvo Haat 238 cars Corn 37� cars Oats no cars hogs 27,000 head. Exports wheat and flour were wheat 831.712 bushels flour 94,213 packages. Equivalent to 1,007,000 bushels % heart 480,000 bushels com. City whole half flotations. Cirreta to Talosa Var Loaa com a Nodi ties. Groceries. To Day Indianapolis wholesale sugar Prises Are As follows sugars to Days feb Panapolis prices Are Cut loaf 6.64q dominoes am crushed. 5.64c powdered a18c granulated. 4.91c coarse granulated 6.01c Fine granulated. 4.81c extra Fine Cine rated. 6.04o cubes ally xxx pow red. A9e Mold a. 8.18c Diamond a. 4.91c conist loners a a79c t Columbia a. 4.66c s Windsor a. 4.88c 3 Ridgewood a. 4.88c 4 Phoenix a. A88c amp Empire a. 4.64c 8 Ideal a. 4.47c t Windsor sex. 4.tfc 8 it Der Wood sex. A 4.36c 9 yellow sex. A 4.29c. 1 yellow 4t3c 11 yellow. Ale 12 yellow 3. 4.10c 18 yellow a a04c 14 yellow a a9k\ roasted Toffee a packages Puritan. I Aon. Arbuckl it is xxx. Jersey and blended Java. 21%. Bulk. Ln6s-ib bags Capitol. 21%c Pullou sic Dakota. 9s Brasil Tow. Nuts almonds. Terr Goniu. 16c almonds a. 14c Brasil nuts new 8c Baru. 19s i Rov Slons. Tie following is Vingan amp Price list Snigar cure i Lara a reurtbh1.&Quot is to 21� lbs average 9%c 12 to 15 lbs. Kkt Flo a for Quot reliable Quot for Quot Indiana Quot Block bams 16%for Quot reliable Quot 9vj for breakfast Bacone Clear. English cured 10c Morgan a Gray. 9c Quot a a eerie a a 9�- Forter 7 to 8 ibo 8v�c 10 to 12 lbs a pc 6 ibo 7v� Bacone Clear sides about 50 lbs average 6�?T4c Clear sides a it to 40 lbs average 8%c dear Siden 20 to lbs average 6>c Clear bellies. 26 to Ltd lbs average Ltd Clear a Ella a a 18 to 22 lots average a to Clear bellies 14 to 16 lbs average 6vic dear bellies 10 to 12 lbs average 6%c Clear backs 2� to 30 lbs average. 6�4c Clear backs. 12 to 1g lbs average 644c Clear backs 8 to 10 lbs average. 6vc French backs glitches 8 to 10 Tbs average 5%r. Thuu iders Quot reliable Quot 16 lbs average 74c 12 lbs average to Morgan Gray 18 lbs average. 8h40 12 lbs average 6%c Mugwer cured Indiana. 12 to 34 Llie. 74c. Lard a Indiana a 6%c Quot reliable Quot 6%c Kettle rendered. 8%c. Pickle i pork bean Clear. 312.50 family. In a Lear Back it 11s.g0 Rump 81 a a Porter a $10.50 Quot Hughes a $7.50. Fresh pork loins Short cuts 14 to 20 lbs. 5%c abort cuts 10 to 13 lbs 6c Short cuts 6 to 9 lbs 6tyc. Cottage hams gv4c. Skinned shoulders. 5vic. Ham Butts pork posts. 5v���?T. Tenderloin. 14c. Sparer lha go. . Go. Hocks 4xt<\ stall Bones 4c shoulder Bones Svic. Till Bones 4c. Pigs Heads. 3tyc. Dried beef hash a regular set 9�?Tc out Klades 7c in Ldes Lovic Knuckles. 11 Vic. The Moore packing company a prices Arp ham��?20 lbs average and Over. 10c 15 lbs average. 10�?~ a 10 Ltd a average. 11c skinned lie. Breakfast Bacone firsts. 11c Empire 10c. Shoulder��?16 lbs average 74e 11 lbs average. 8c. Hide��?45 lbs average. 7c 25 lbs average 7vc. Hollies to to 22 be average 6v4c 14 to 16 lbs average 7c. Backs�?20 lbs average. 7v�c 14 lbs average 7%o. Kettle lard�?7c pure lard 64c. Fresh loins�?7c sausage. 84c. Crib fun Fletcher amp prices Are smoked men a a a. Hams 10 to 12 lbs average 10ic 15 lbs average. \0uc 18 lbs average. 10c 20 lbs average and Over 10c skinned barns. 10c Boneless bams none. Hoyeler breakfast bacon�?9c. English cured breakfast Bacon a Light medium. Lotic. English cured shoulders a 12 lbs average Rene. Rugar cured shoulder�?17%c. California hams�?12 lbs average. 714�5. Fruits Natl vegetables. I.emon��?$3.76<s4.00. Of Angest californian 15.50 Box mexicans. $5 boy. Bananas single Bunches no. 1, $1.00�2.60 no a. 2. 7rc. A Sless Dulk Stock $2 a barrel Bellfi eurs $4.50 a barrel. It no bag �?90. A barrel. Pea beaus-ii.50 a Bushel. Potatoes�?36c a Bushel. Celery 25$rt0c a Bunch. Orspes�?811 per 100 Pony baskets Catawba. On Iutin a yellow and red. a barrel. Persimmon��?11.35 a 24-pint Caso. New honey�?17�18c. Sweet potato eat Illinois sweets $3.00 bbl jerseys. Ia50c74.75. Jim uyt a cider�?30-gallon bbl $4 half Blu. $2.50. Kiefer pears�?$1 20 a Bushel. Hickory nuts Shell barks $1.00 Bushel other. 76e a Bushel. Pineapples�?$2 a dozen. Lending limit Ontl oils. Carbolic acid. 23#26c. Alum. 3�4c. Safet Jda. 35040c. Borax. 10c. Bra made a if Potash 45089c. Camphor. 6� fr70c. A chloroform. Opium gum. $100�2.10 a la to Wilfred. 3&7g� 3a in. Submit cute Bismuth. $1.25 a la. Conc Honda. Lac is. Iodide Potash. $2.90if Quinine b. A , 35340c in ounce Oermann 32ffs7e. Morphine $1.5502.00. Cocaine. �u9m>a3a Bicary a la. 805c. Epsom salts. 405c. Salt a Flor. Resin. Amp barrel 200 lbs. $2.500 a Castor Oil. 96c�81.00. Lard Oil. Sex. No. 1, Winter Steamer. A Etc no. 1, 65c. Neat foot . 66c. Kish Oil. 49c. Is linseed Oil. Raw. 41c boiled a a so. Turpentine. 2g�40c. White Lead. A in. Alcohol. $2.5002.60. Oil Bergamot. $3.00 a in Oil Lemon. Tt.8901.7a seeds. Clovers buying prices red $3.4003,85. Selling proles at Al out 60c Advance. Timothy Selling prices $2.20. Blue grass fancy $1.00. English Blue grass. $2.00,. Orchard grasa�?$1.4001.50. Alfalfa�?84. A. Crimson Clover american seed Selling Price $3.5004.90. Rutter a gun and poultry. Shipper a buying Price butter�?407o Good. Me. A eggs so lepers paying 18c, candles. Live poultry hens. 5e Spring chickens. A , 3c Turkey hens 6hc Young Turke get. Over 8 lbs 8%c Toms. Go ducks 6c geese full Feathe Reil. 84.80 a dozen. Dressed meats. Beef circa aaes native steers ton. $k>0"l4c Natl a steers. 6407c medium steers. Go it medium heifers. 6%08c common. 4&3c Blonti Quarter a. Top. 9010c medium. 808%c com non. 707bfc for quarters tops. 4tyc medium. 3404c common 3c. Veal�?9094c. Lot mb�?8c. A mutton�?<407c. A a 1 hides and a tallow. Local buyers Are now paying no. 1 Green salad hides. 54c no. 2 Green salted hides 4%c no. I Green hides in no. 3 greets hide a no. 1 preen salted calf 6\c no. 2 Green in Tell calf. 84c no. 1 tallow 3vs�.- no. 2 tallow 3c. The live Stock Market. Few tattle to Day a hogs sold higher Sheet Neh in i Ike a. Indianapolis Union Stock Yards. Dec. 26. Cattle receipts 1,5 head. Shipment 10< head. The cattle Market was quotable steady to Day but there were hardly enough to establish prices indications Point to a satisfactory Market to Morrow. Export Ana shipping cattle we quote tar. Well finished dry fed steers 1,400 lbs. And 4 000 4 25 Good to Choice shipping and Export steers. 8 630 3 90 medium to Good shipping tudors. ? 250 3 50 common to fair steers. 3 writ a 25 Good to Choice feeding steers. 3 250 3 50 fair to medium feeding steers. 2 3 15 common to Good stockers 2 250 1 73 butchers cattle we quote Good to Choice heifers. 3 000 3 75 fair to medium heifers. 2 500 2 s5 common Light heifers. 2 000 2 35 Good to Choice cows. 2 7_ fair to medium cows. 2 250 2 50 common old cows. I uo0 2 00 veal calves. 3 50� 5 25 heavy calves. 2 50� 3 50 prime to fancy Export bulls. .2 75� 3 00 Good to Choice Butcher bulls 2 25� 2 60 common to fair bulls. 1 50� 2 15 Good to Choice cows and calve. 25 000 35 00 common to medium cows and calves. 70 00020 00 hogs receipts 1.500 head. Shipments 700 head. The receipts hogs were Vry Light to Day and packers and shippers took the Supply promptly at prices generally 10 cents higher than last tuesday. All were soon sold. We quote Good to Choice medium and heavy .s3 55�3 574 mixed and heavy packing. 3 4503 55 Good to Choice lightweights 3 5003 53 common Light weights. 3 45�3 50 pigs. 2 75�3 45 roughs. 2 5003 20 sheep receipts 100 head. Shipments a none. There was no quotable change a the general sheep and Lamb Market today. live seek Hurket. . December 26.�?hogs�?official receipts tuesday 13,796 head shipments 1,100 head a attic official receipts tuesday 2,522 head shipments 1,341 he id. Sheen �?5,721 head shipments 914 head. Estimated receipts hogs to Morrow 27,000 a hogs receipts 17,000 head left Over 4,000 head Market rather slow prices 5c higher Light $3.3503.524. Mixer $3.35� 3.55, heavy $3.3003.60, rough $3.3003.35. Cattle receipts 15,500 head Market quiet and steady Beeves $3.1504.75, cows and heifers $1.6003.75, Texas steers $2.7503.50, stockers an Ltd feelers $2.3003.50. Sheep receipts 7,000 head Market Strong and 10c higher. Grain and proving it Chi Leonarn. By j. E. Ferry room 16 ind Dos bad Trade. A company with 00,000 capital organized. Opern lion it Onk Island a an old i Shaft. Into which c confident trea j ure seekers have been burrowing for More than a Century. Low est. open High articles. Ing. Est. Wheat May. July. Corny May. July Oats May. Pork Jan. May. Lard Jan. May ribs Jan. May. Closing Cash markets wheat 544c, Corn 254c, Oats 16%c, pork $7.60, lard 5.25c, ribs 4 25c. 58h- 4 58% rsj6 58% 57%-% 58% 58% 58% 58 28-16 2� 28-% 29 27% 28% 76 27%-7s 28% 28 28% 19 19-% 18% 18% 19 8 6il 8 85 8 60 8 92 8 74 8 85 8 50 8 85 883 5 27 5 50 5 30 5 50 5 27 d0 5 27 5 50 5 27 3 47 4 25 4 50 4 254 50 4 25 4 47 4 25 4 47 4 22 4 47 Indianapolis Grain Market. Wheat steady no. 2 red 634a, no. 3 red 60�61e. Corny steady no. 1 White 2ffic, no. 2 White 2640, no. 3 White 264c, no. 2 White mixed 25c, no. 3 White mixed 25c, no. 2 yellow 26c, no. 3 yellow 26c, no. 2 mixed 25c, no. 3 mixed 25c, ear 24c. Oats Dull no. 2 White 2c, no. 3 White 21c, no. 2 mixed 19c. No. 3 mixed is. Hay no. 1 Timothy $12.504?.a.50, no. 3 Timothy $12.00013.00, no. 1 Prairie $9.00� $10.00. Inspections Corn 61 cars Oats 2 cars Hay 1 car. Jobb intr Price flour. Indianapolis jobbing prices for flour Lew Grade $2.593.75 bbl family $s.00�3.g0 bal straight Grade $4.2$0a5j bbl Winter patents $ .7m 5.2a bbl Spring Patent $4.5005.50 Btu a winners supplies. Best Brand charcoal tin. In a Tola 14x2�. Lex 12. $a$o0a�> in. 10x14. I4x2\ i Jack. In. 14x$i. Roo Hng tin. $ 1c, 20x28. A a Block tin. In pig. 19�&Quot m Jav. »�>�?57 b Tny a. $3.� c $�.�9 a a Ivan be. 7$ per Cut. Discount. A heat a inc gins. Cop York provi�i3oisj. New York december f6�? bitter a receipts 14,535 packages three Dayoc steady Western Dairy 11� 19c, Western Creamery 17�25c, Elgins 25c. Cheese receipts 2.713 packages three Days quiet Large 7v. 10c. Small 7%�10%c\ part kinds 349>6c, full skims 203c. Eggs�?receipt991 packages three Days steady state and Pennsylvania 20024c, Western 20021c. Southern 20c. Sugar raw Fly Jan refined steady. Coffees quiet. The Cincinnati mar Jet. Cincinnati. December 26.�?fldur�?weak. Wheat Dull 64c. Corny we in lower 2�?~.i�26c. Oats Dull. 20c. It yes quiet 40c. Provis Onsy steady. We a Kyd sales 681 barrels $1.22. Stocks Money and Bonds. An Active and advancing Market the . Newyl Ork december 26.�? the Stock Exchange there was a renewal the heavy buying for investment Arvi Short account at the outset to Day which resulted in a material appreciation in values. Quotations at 10 15 showed a gain in Louisville amp Nashville 24 pea cent. Northwest 2. C., c., Amp St. L. 1% sugar 1%, r. I., Tennessee Coal and Canada Southern 1u and Lake Short 1 a cent. The strength the Market was mainly attributed to current rumours that the Treasury will be materially assisted in regard to its Gold Supply through an Issue Bonds favourable terms. The London markets a closed. An increase Iii the Gross returns the St. Paul for the third week de Cember $159,548 had a. Favourable influence the Price the Stock which sold up to 69g, a net gain 1v9 some few stocks ran off after 20 13 clock but the losses were More than regained except in leather preferred which at 11 clock was off per cent to 61 Lackawanna was quite buoy amp pm. Being up 4vx per cent. Other leading shares recorded gains from 1 to 2 per cent. The dealings continued Large in volume and the upward trend was Unini ceded. The dealings were less animated after 11 clock and prices trended sharply downward the execution realizing orders. Recessions about 1 per cent were made in the grangers and other leading shares. Leather preferred received excellent support and recovered 2 per cent the Early loss. At midday the Market was steady at the concessions noted. The sales to noon were 186,900 shares including 130,800 listed and 56,10 unlisted. At 1 p. M. Speculation was Dull with prices generally a fraction off. Money. Money Call 607 per Cert. Prime mercantile paper nominally 6 per cent. Sterling Exchange Dull and irregular with actual business in Bankers Bills at 4 490 for demand and 488>4�4883� for sixty Days. Posted rates 488vfc@489 and 491. Commercial Bills 487. Sliver certificates 66%067 sales 20,000 at 67. Bar Silver 66vz-mexican dollars 524 Bonds. Government Bonds new 4s per cent lower other issues unchanged. New 4s registered 116, do Coupon 116, 5s registered 112, do Coupon 112, 43 registered 108, do Coupon 109, Pacific 6s �?T96, 99. Stocks. By j. E. Berry room 16 ind plus bad Trade. Name. Atchison. Amer. Cotton Oil. American tobacco. b. Amp a. A. C., Amp St. A. Canada Southern Cordage. Gas. Ches. Amp Ohio. Del. Amp Hudson. Did a. Amp F. . Erie a a leather pad. General electric. Jersey Central. amp n.-. Lake Shore. Manhattan con. Missouri Pacific. New York Central. Northwestern Omah. Pacific mail. Reading. Ruck Island. Sugar refinery. St. Paul. Tennessee Coal. Pacific a Western Union. Wabash pad. Copyright. S95. By s. Mcclure. Limited. It seems Odd that just at the Dawn the twentieth Century a regularly incorporated company with a capital $60.000 should be working night and Day to recover the buried treasures Captain Kidd. Yet that is what the Oak Island treasure company is doing at Oak Island in. Mahone Bay the Southeast coast Neva Scotia. A score men Are digging away under the direction a superintendent. The company does not claim that the treasure it is striving for was hurled necessarily by Captain Kidd but that it was buried years ago by pirates. Mahone Bay is about fifty Miles South from Halifax. Nestled at the Side a Green Hill the Northern end the Bay is the Little town Chester. In Winter its population is perhaps nine Hundred in summer nine Hundred and seventy five. The seventy five Are Clever people from Halifax Boston new York Philadelphia and Baltimore who believe that Chester possesses More natural Advant-1 Ages and fewer drawbacks than any summer resort the face the Globe. I coking across from Mahone Bay to the South from this Vantage spot the Eye resting for a moment upon the strange Little a a Sharpie fishing boats with their sails tanned a deep red Hue looking past Quaker Light across tie end Quay Island you May see a Clear Day silhouetted against the Blue sky the ragged outline stunted Oaks. From these Trees the Island this modern Eldorado Oak Island takes its name. The superintendent a Story. Oak Island is scarcely a mile Long and perhaps half a mile wide. It rises Grad Vaughn and Mcginnis. On is return to Truro a company was formed for the pm Reese continuing the search. Work was at once resumed by this company and Tho Shaft was excavated to a depth ninety five feet. Marks were found every ten feet As before and an Iron bar was frequently used in taking soundings. The ninety foot was a Flat Stone about three feet Long and sixteen inches wide. On it Marks characters had been Cut. Afterwards it was placed in the Jamb a fire place that . Smith was in his House and while there was viewed by Many people. Years afterwards it wa3 taken out the Chimney and removed to Halifax to have if possible the characters deciphered. One expert gave his Reading the inscription to be a ten feet below Are two million pounds i his statement for what it is Worth. It is not Day med that this is the Correct interpretation but it has never been disputed. Until the depth ninety five feet was reached no we Ater had been encountered neither had gravel through wry cd waver could possibly filter been met. It was saturday when this depth had been reached and it was at this Point that a wooden platform was struck extending Over the entire surface the Shaft As revealed by the soundings. Quot monday when the men returned the Shaft was found to be full water within Twenty five thirty feet the top. Notwithstanding the s set Back they went to work to bail it out. And continued it night and Day until the task proved utterly hopeless. It was then decided to sink a new Shaft a few feet to the East the old pit. Known As the a Money pit to the depth 110 feet and Tunnel under the a Money pit a below the location the treasure and take it out from below. Work was begun at once this Shaft. Up to this time in the sinking this new Shaft no water had been met with but while driving a Tunnel in the direction the a Money pit a and before reaching the object sought the water suddenly burst in them and the men engaged escaped with their lives and a Fine drenching. This disaster practically ended the operations this company. A new attempt. A until 1849 nothing was done in the direction recovering the treasure but in that year a new company was formed and operations were resumed at the old stand. At this time two the old diggers namely . Lynda Truro and . Vaughn Western Shore were still alive and gave the managers much valuable information regarding the old work i it feat re Kir ssfs8l a Jav treas re digging works at Oak Island. Rally from the water s Edge until near the Center at the highest Point it is two Hundred feet above the sea level. There is rather a sparse growth scrubby Oak at the Eastern end. The formation the Island is hard Clay. The Only buildings to be seen Are an old farm House and a Little shanty occupied by the superintendent the works. The a a works comprise three four pits and a queer Rig suggestive the Southern Cotton Gin. A horse walks around in a Circle harnessed to a pole. This pole connects with a primitive Windlass. Thus Are the barrels dirt and mud. But so far no Money brought from the pits to the surface. Here is the Story the hidden treasure As told by Adams a. Tup per the superintendent. A Waluch action has been written concerning great Suins Money and vast quantities jewels buried by pirates seme two Hundred years ago somewhere along the Atlantic coat. I Deal Only with facts As 6tated by met now living who had a hand in them a told to them by men now dead. I Clavin it can be proved.  �?�1 that a feh aft about thirteen feet a diameter and100 feet deep was sunk Oak Island. Mahone Bay Nova Scotia before the memory any now living.--2 that this Shaft was connected by an underground Tunnel with the open Ocean about 365 feet Distant. �?��?�3. That at the Bottom this Shaft were placed Large wooden boxes in which were precious metals and jewels. �?o4. That Many attempts have been made without Success to obtain the treasure. �?o5. That it is reasonably certain the treasure is Large. �?o6. That it is now feasible to explore this Shaft and recover the treasure still located therein. First efforts. A about the close the last Century this part the country was very sparsely populated and Oak Island was without an inhabitant. In 1793, three men Smith Mcginnis and Vaughn visited the Island and while rambling Over the Eastern part it. Came to a spot which the unusual and strange conditions at once attracted their attention. Vaughn himself who was Only a lad sixteen at this time subsequently related these facts to Robert Creelman who still lives Cut upper Stewiacke n. S., and who was afterwards the manager a company formed to recover the treasure. This spot had every appearance having been cleared Many years before. Red Clover and other plants altogether foreign to the soil in its natural state were growing. Near the Ings. Or. Vaughn quickly located the site the Money pit a which in the meantime had been filled up. Digging was begun and went without interruption until the depth eighty six feet had been reached when the water again put in appearance and the men were driven out the pit. Quot after an unsuccessful attempt to bail the water out. Work was suspended and the men returned to their Homes. Shortly after men with Bong apparatus primitive description use m prospecting Tor Coal were sent to the Island. J. B. Me Cully Truro who is still living and can vouch for these facts was manager. A platform was rigged in the Money pit thirty feet below the surface Arm just above the water. The Boring started the platform was struck at ninety eight feet just As the old diggers found it when sounding with the Iron bar. After going through this platform was five inches thick and proved to be Spruce the augur dropped Totive inches and then went through four inches Oak then it went through Twenty two inches Metai in pieces but the augur failed to a take any it except three links resembling an ancient watch Chain. It then went through eight inches Oak which was thought to be the Bottom the first Box and top the next then six inches Spruce then into Clay seven feet without striking anything else. A in next Boring the platform was struck As before at ninety eight feet passing through this the augur Tell about eighteen inches and came in Contact with As supposed the Side a cask. The Flat chisel revolving close to the Side the cask gave it a Jerky irregular motion. On withdrawing the augur several splinters Oak such As might come from the Side a oak1 stave and a Small Quantity Brown fibrous substance closely resembling the Husk a Cocoa nut were brought up. The distance Between the upper and lower platforms was found to be six feet. Died to Villi his secret. A not satisfied with the result the lass Boring another Crew which James Pitblado was Foreman was sent to Anake further investigations with practically the same result As before. John Gara Mell upper Stewiacke who was present at the Boring and who was a Large share Holder stated that he saw Pitblado take something out the augur wa3h examine it closely then put it in his Pecket. When asked by Gammell to show what it was he declined and said he would show it at the meeting directors in their return but Pitblado failed to apr Pear at the meeting. Twas subsequently reported that Pitblado had made some open High Low Clos in get. A my. Ing. 15% 15% 14 14. 17 17 17 17. 76% 78% 76% 76s 77% 7s 76 76%. 37% 38% 36\ 36%. 49% 50 484 50. 5% 5% 5% 5v. 66 661� it i. 15% a is 15% .127 1254 125%. 16% 1676 164 16%. 15% 15% 15u a. 61 6t Chi �2%. 27 �?~7 26v ate .101% Ioe a 101 101. 24 36 254 28. 47 47 a 46 46% .143% 147 145 145% .102 10t% 1014 101%. 26% 35 a 25%. 98 ���?~4 97� 9.% .100 it j 98= 99%. 37 38 a i 37%. 27% 28l 274 27%. A 41 a 4%. 67% 07 67% .101 1 a 100� i 103%. A 69% 6s%. 28% 30 29 w4 4% "87 in 864 87. 16% 16� 15� 16% map Oak Island treasure works. A to t a nil Ngy. Dec. 26. Dec. Is. Clearing. My balance a. A a. 6s,�63 19.4s2 Center stood a Large Oak tree with Marks and figures its trunk. One the Low. Or and larger branches this the outer end which had been sawed off. Projected directly Over the Center u deep circular depression in the land about thirteen feet in diameter. These and Ether signs shortly after led the three men named to begin the after digging a few feet they found that they were working in a welf defined Shaft the nails which were hard and solid and it is said that in some places do pick Marks were plainly to be seen while within these Walls the Earth was so Loose that picks were not required. On reaching a depth ten feet they came to a covering Oak Plank. They kept digging until a depth thirty feet was reached finding Marks at each ten feet. At this Point the work proved to be too heavy for them. Superstitious beliefs were in full Torce in this part the country at that time and this account they were unable to get any help to continue the work and were forced to abandon it. Lion a net five feet. A after an interval six seven years accounts the wonderful discoveries Hod spread Over the province and . Lynds. A Young physician Truro Nova 3cotk. Visited the Island and interviewed. Smith revelations to the manager the Acadia Iron works at Londonderry Nova Scotia which revelations led the manager to make a determined but unsuccessful Effort to get Possession that part the Island where the treasure is believed to be. But As he was a few years later called to England and Pitblado in the meantime had been accidentally killed in a Gold mine nothing further came it. Quot work was not resumed until the following summer 1s50, when a new Shaft was sunk at the West Side the Money pit and about ten feet from it. A this Shaft was 109 feet deep and was through the hardest kind red Clay. A Tunnel was driven from the Bottom in the direction the Money pit just before reaching that Point the water burst in and the workmen fled for their lives. In Twenty minutes there was forty five feet water in the new pit. The sole object in View in sinking this Shaft was to increase the Balling facilities for which purpose preparations had been made and bailing was resumed in both the new and Oil pits each being equipped with two horse gins. Work was carried night and Day for about a week but All in vain the Only difference being that with the doubled appliances the water could be kept at a lower level than formerly. About this time the discovery was made that the water was Salt and that it Rose and fell in both shafts about eighteen inches corresponding with the tides. Is not ulnar for an Inlet j a it was considered extremely improbable that the flow water came through a natural Channel and if not through a natural it must be through an artificial one having its Inlet somewhere the Shore. In support the theory that the water did not enter the Money pit through a natural Channel it was argued that had it done so the original j diggers must have struck it and if they did it is certain that the workmen Zouki j have been driven from the pit by the 1 great flow water and the Shaft would necessarily have been abandoned. This evidently was not the Case As there is ample evidence from t he fact that the wooden platforms were carefully placed in position at the Bottom the Shaft As Well As the fact that the Shaft had been systematically filled up with Marks placed at every ten feet. Acting this theory a search was at once begun in order to find such an Inlet. A Smith s Cove the Eastern end the Island and about thirty Rocs from the Money pit a was first by reason its Many natural advantages As a starting Point for work this kind and from the fact that at about the Center this Cove it had always been i noticed that at Low tide water was running out the Sand. Investigations were begun at this Point and the result a few minutes shovelling proved beyond a doubt that they had struck the place they were for. After removing the Sand and gravel covering the Beach they came to a coving bed a Brown fibrous Plant the fiber very much resembling the Husk a Coconut and when compared with the Plant that was bored out the pit no difference in the two could be detected however it was subsequently proved to be a tropical Plant in former times used As Dunnage in stowing ships cargo. The surface covered by this Plant extended 145 feet along the Shore Une and from a Little above Low to High water Mark and about two inches in thickness. Underlying this and to the same extent were about four five inches decayed eel grass and under this was a compact mass Beach rocks free from Sand gravel. Work Given l p. A it was found impracticable to remove these Recks and make further investigation unless the tide was kept Back. Accordingly a coffer dam was built around this part the Cove including the boundaries but an unusually High tide overflowed the top the dam and As it had been constructed to resist pressure from the inside when the tide receded it was carried away. Other pits were dug but they too soon filled with water and for the time the work was Given up. A not Long ago a Young Man found the Island a Copper Coin weighing an ounce and a half dated 1317, which were various strange devices. Some years ago a Boatswain a Stone whistle was also found the Island a very ancient pattern but it was accidentally broken by the finder and was thrown away. A it is perfectly evident that the great mistake thus far has been in attempting to a bail out the Ocean through the various pits. Our company uses modern appliances for cutting Oft the flow water through the Tunnel at a Point near the Shore. We Are getting finely with the work and from the present Outlook it wont be Many months before the secret the Money pit is that is the Story Oak Island one Side it. There is another Side a Story clairvoyants and divining rods being called in play to locate the mythical treasure its a Story too ironical smiles scoffing mean hints about some men making a Good thing out a Hole in the ground but h s just As Well not to Tell it. Only it is sad to think that the very people who hold this pessimistic narrow View Are among the old residents Chester. James Clarence Hyde. A cruel fashion revived. Birds Paradise in danger speedy extermination. New York times. A correspondent the London Standard makes an energetic protest against the wearing by women the mixed plumes arranged in the form a lamp Chimney sweeps Brush the demand for which has renewed the persecution the Birds Paradise which abated when the turbans our great grandmothers went out fashion. The dorsal and other plumes certain up suits herons known in the Trade As ospreys egrets in French Aigret Tes Are As is Well known obtained in their Lull Beauty Only in the Breeding season. It is the nuptial plumage which is torn from the Parent Birds whose bodies Are Flung aside dead alive As May be in festering heaps while the Young canes Are left to starve uttering loud and piteous cries. Extensive Heron Ries in Florida and elsewhere have been utterly destroyed in this manner and exact statistics have been recorded by american and other naturalists. Endorsed by the High authority professor Newton who has suggested that the wearers an ornament obtained at such a murderous Cost should be tarred As Welt As feathered. In anticipation the present season some Arch enemy the Bird life discovered that the matchless plumage the Birds Paradise included Lovely Tufts Long and Del Cate plumes. Occasionally two feet in length intense Golden yellow and Pale Brown which divided bleached dyed would for some 6d apiece mix Well with the ospreys and furnish a Large profit for the Trade wholesale and retail. The idea has been carried out with remarkable Energy and Success. The honorable Secretary the society for the Protection Birds gives an instance one London warehouse having sold 60,000 dozen these mixed sprays during the recent season in fact the use. Or rather cruel abuse has been so great that mrs. Lemon states the prevailing impression in tha Trade to be that the Supply is failing that these comparatively rare tropical Birds Are being rapidly used up. M. Jules Forest affirms n his a Noiseaux dans la Monde a that it is already difficult to procure perfect specimens since none them is allowed to live Long enough to attain their full plumage which in the Case the male Birds takes several years to develop. The English press has for Many years protested against the wasteful destruction Bird life not perhaps quite in vain Fos the stuffed carcasses commonly worn two three seasons ago Are discarded and the plumes now worn Are for the most part dyed stiffened and arranged almost a Vond recognition. The tar Brush suggested for the wearers seems to have been employed upon the feathers. Is not the wholesale Slaughter Barons and Birds Paradise rather a heavy Prica to Dav for any headgear and might not some bad Lover gain the ear and touch tha heart the leaders fashion the Princess Wales and other Royal princesses for instance and win from them As from mme. Carnot. In the Brief Day her offer As Madame la presiden France a Strong if Filc protest against what lord Lilford has termed the a destruction Birds for the disfigurement women s Heads Quot wanted no assignment. Washington Post. The gossip in relation to the committee assignments revived an old but Good Story among some the old House members. It relates to the time when John Morrissey. The sex pugilist became a member the House from new York. Colfax was sneaker. The time was just after the organization the House when there was endless talk about the distribution the committee places. Every member new and old was the qui Vive regarding the probable character his assignment. One morning a few Days before the committees were announced. Morrissey went to the speakers room with a Box carefully wrapped in paper under his Arm. In a diffident Way he approached the speaker and lowering his voice almost to a whisper. He said Quot . Speaker in be brought you a Box cd Gars. I want you to do me a Quot Well sir a said Colfax suspecting that the retired prize tighter the conqueror Heenan had come to talk about a committee place for himself and rather fearful he would ask for the chairmanship the committee appropriations a let me know what it is Quot a Well sir a said Morrissey with a Good Deal hesitation in his manner a i want to ask you to put me at the foot the smallest committee in the House where ill have nothing to do Paul Louis courier a Frenchman is a True philosopher. Having been recently assailed with great bitterness by a French professor he quietly remarked Quot i fancy he must be vexed. He called me Jacobin s rebel plagiarist thief poisoner forger Leper madman impostor Lobeler a horrible. Filthy grimacing rag picker. I gather what he wants to say. He Means that he and i Are not the same opinion and this is his Only Way putting Snow the railroads. Not causing so Mich trouble As was expected. Tratras is Aalst slow a and in really a Brit Aad Union tracks cleared heavy Christmas tribe a How Una Shana was killed. The railroads Are not having As much trouble As was anticipated to Day. The Snow is not Light enough to Drift but is very heavy and in consequence the Telegraph wires were Down nearly All the roads coming from the West Northwest and the South. The trains were nearly All running slow and most them were behind time especially trains from Louisville. .Cago and St. Louis. The cars come in heavily Laden with Snow and trains from the West this morning were Hung with icicles. Night trains were All time though the storm was much greater then than during the morning. According to the reports the trainmen there had up to Noen been Little Snow in the East. Train no. 6, the Pennsylvania ran into the Snow storm Between Richmond and Cambridge City about 7 a. M. There was Little Snow it ast new Castle at 10 clock and the Bee line did not reach it until 7 clock. On the Belt and Union tracks a Large Force men worked most the night and All Day keeping the Road Clear and the switches in shape so the traffic was not interfered with. Telephone and Tel Begraph wires were Down most the morning but in the afternoon they were working All right. The heavy ram and Snow made the Road Beds Sott and the trains did not run at so great a Speed is usual. The railroads have suffered no loss and Little inconvenience account the storm. _ How harsh Man was killed. The manner in which Engineer Hursh Man this City lost his life in the Accident at Blo Mington iu., a few Days ago is a strange one. As was slated at the time the engine had gone to a Side track in order to have the Derrick car placed near the two freight cars that were off the main track. As soon As the engine got the siding it was noticed that it was settling slowly. One the trainmen uncoupled the car from the engine and the Crew discussed for several minutes what the result would be if the engine settled much further. The fireman got off and so did several other persons the engine. Hurshman went out the foot Board and did some work. All this time the locomotive was going Down and rocking. The Engineer. Instead getting off As the others had done walked Back to the cab and was in it when the engine tumbled Over and crushed him to death. The officers the Road say that he had plenty time to leave the Engin and they can not account for his walking Back to the cab when he knew that it he engine would surely tip Over if it did not Stop settling. \. John Hogan s body. The body John Hogan the fireman killed the St. Louis division the big four near wants passed through the City yesterday in charge an employee the Road us Way to Philadelphia. Hogan came from that City during the a. R. U. Strike and got a place with the company As a trainman. He was afterwards appointed a fireman. The officials say he was one the Best men the engines. The manner in which he was killed has Bien explained. The injectors the engine became hot and Hogan went Back to get some water to Cool them. As he was the tank the train struck the Sharp curve near wants and he was pitched off. It is not known whether he was married has any neat relatives. Curls mrs business. The Christmas business the railroads was unusually heavy though the ticket sales at this station were Light As compared with former yearn the trains carried the people into the City and not out it the business the Pennsylvania War particularly heavy and the Banner traffic was the Indianapolis amp Vincennes division. That Road the Day before Christmas brought in 376 passengers train no. 3 and the same number train no. 20. The heaviest train was no. 7, the Louisville division which brought in 420 passengers. The three divisions brought to the City 8,853 people. Illg four William e. Lowes the advertising department the big four with Headquarters in Cincinnati is visiting his old Home Here. Though employed at Cincinnati he has never Given up his Indianapolis residence. The Bir four is getting out some attractive advertising matter for the coming year and will spend a Large amount in that department. The new Calendar issued by the company for private distribution is receiving much Praise. Nearly All the designs Are made by . Lowes. Rel proud notes. The Indianapolis division the Pennsylvania is doing a heavy business in live Stock. Genera superintendent Van Winkle the big four has gone to Bellefontaine o., to look at the terminals there. G. T. Josling passenger conductor the Chicago Rock Island amp Pacific formerly the Indianapolis amp Vincennes is in the City visiting his parents at 41 East Ohio Street. Conductor Joslin the Indianapolis amp Vincennes is taking a few it layer vacation account the serious illness his Little son who is be fast with diphtheria. The track men the Cincinnati Hamilton amp Dayton expected to begin putting Down some new steel near Conners Lue this morning but were compelled to Stop work account the weather. Amp two boys in the in nil. Herbert Scott and his older brother Blaine age ten were boat Riding the canal near Vermont Street. The boat tipped Over and both were thrown into the water. Blaine was tall enough to hold his head above water and managed to scramble to the Bank. But the smaller boy had gone Down for the third time when a Man who drove along in a Wagon sprang in and rescued him. After considerable trouble the boy was partially revived. Or. Earp attended him. The Man who rescued the child refused to Gilt a hts name and drove away after tha boy was out danger. The Botts Are coloured people living at 232 West Vermont Street. Shoe Hook in its Throat. The two year old child Charles Covel 61 South West Street was Ali Yang with a Small shoe Hook yesterday. The Baba put the Hook into its Mouth and it slipped into its Throat. In its fright it pulled the Hook out tearing the inside the Throat badly. Or. A up stopped the flow blood that was strangling the child. The Little ones Throat is much lacerated but the physician thinks it will not result seriously. Pool ency Bigelow s Mission. Berlin december 26.�?mr. Poultney Bigelow who arrived Here monday last awarded highest honors worlds fair dry Vlco i w Cream baking powder i most perfect made. A pure grape Cream tartar powder. Free 1 rom a Mon Baalum any other adulterants 40 years the Standard. Charged with a Mission referring to the expulsion american i surant com from Germany has hartal the government a detailed statement Otth american Poe ton. Which is supported bar the United states embassy. Or. Bulge now does not us any Way represent the United state government in this matter. He la simply the representative insurance companies. The deadly parallel. New York Post Dee. New York Post. Dag i. 1835. N. 1es. A the Hildi ashes Mir. Steve Ltd n the press could hysterical message hardly have been the financial to shown More clearly us Loti it a Vittli than by the recent to the the Publ Catton term pranks he a a Story that presi been playing. By Dent Cleveland Hla own act. Dellb Sage and give the the country some worm panic this the Rhodo montage generation has seen expected the Don and now he Calls Dickinson and it Congress to pull him governor Camp out. Congress can Bella it would not a do it. Even if have been no less it would because he abet it to Prophesy has lost the conf that he woulu1 have Janee the Only incorporated in i people who could message a plea for help him in a flan the free comage Elal Way. Moreover Silver. Any Lantei he has d Sable Reader knew them from doing to that the Story was by scaring away incredible us their foreign allies face. But a great a a a the infer newspapers Quot not ence was drawn by Only considered such the whole world Trobl sri worthy that it Cong Reaa a location but dig would endorse nil n fled it by prom the other crazy Nence and to All things he might appearance treated promote. T seriously. Bezelar loss Volco. Special to the India Adolfs new Franklin ind., Decem amp it a Peculko Case is that Taylor Kelly one the Best known citizens this county. Lost August m r. Kelly was driving one Day in the face a very it Elf Breeze. He was alone and noticed no discomfiture until he arrived at Home when he found that he could not articulate make an audible sound. He Hod experienced nor trouble i Throat vocal organs whatever and supposed it waa nothing much consequence. In a few Daya be became Abu to whoa per but up to Thea time he has not made an audible sound. The strange feat i re is that he has never either before not s Nee the loss had the least bit physical pain. His voice is simply gone hts physicians have advised him to try the dryer atmosphere new Mexico and see if it would have any effect. Or. Kelly left for the West some weeks ago but a received no Benefit from the new climate yet a new serum cur. Paris december 26.�?an austrian named . Man Noreck. After your years study at the Pasteur Institute claims to have discovered a serum cure for Erysipelas puerperal fever and All diseases due to the streptococcus microbe and which a Ilsa efficacious As an Aid to . Roux a treatment for diphtheria. A j0-t0-8ac Miracle. A physical perfection prevented by the use tobacco. An old timer cured after using tobacco Twenty three years he gains Twenty pounds in thirty Days. Lake Geneva wls., december special a the ladle our Beautiful Little town Are making an interesting and exciting time for tobacco using husbands since the injurious effects Toby ceo and the ease with which it can be cured by no to Bas have been so plainly demonstrated by the cure . F. Waite. In a written statement he says Quot i smoked and chewed tobacco for Twenty three years and 1 am sure that my Case was one the worst in this part the country. Even after i went to bed at night if i woke up i would want to Chew smoke. It was not Only Kallung me but my wife waa also ailing from tha injurious effects. Two boxes Bac cured me and i have no More desire for tobacco than i have to jump out the window. I have gained Twenty pounds in thirty Days my wife is Well and we Are indeed both Happy to say that no to Bac is truly a Worth 1u weight in Gold to the cure and improvement in . Waite s Case is looked upon As a Miracle in fact it is the talk the town and county and it is estimated that Over a thousand tobacco users will be using no to Bac within a few weeks. The peculiarity about no to Bac As a Medicine is that the makers the Sterling remedy company new York and Chicago authorize every druggist in America to absolutely guarantee the use three boxes to cure refund the Money and the Cost is so trifling As compared with the expensive and unnecessary use tobacco that tobacco using husbands have no Good excuse to offer when their wives insist upon their taking no to Bac and getting results in the Way pure Sweet breath wonderful improvement in to Beer mental and 4physical condition with a practical revitalization their no Coton sized nerves. No to Bac not Only burst the tobacco habit but restores vitality and nerve vigor. It is indeed a Miracle worker for weak men and the Public la. Warned against having imitations palmed off them As the great Success Noto Rao has brought out a Host counter Felts. Walter t. Cox r. French president. Stone vice president. William f. Henry f. Churchman Stevenson treasurer. A Secretary. I r capital a ,000,000.00. Minis offrim 27 Frigm Kek Indianapolis ind. Definite contract a Deal not contract is issued to every applicant for shares. There Are no a a estimates a Belleve we can mature figures Given All i definite. You get a certificate is which the withdrawal value your shares for each month Are printed. You do not have to go to Tho Secretary any one else to find out the value your shares. It la All set Down in to certificate and Yjih know exactly any time what your Money has you. And if you borrow Money association you sign so Many a fixed amount Etc one note each month till 11 Are paid then the mortgage is discharged. It in no a a plug in the poker Way doing business. U 1# definite. It la bus Lenea like. A i Mia important to investors and speculators first edition ready. It plainly Lodien tos the most profitable methods stocks mailed tree. Hampden v. Thol Grain Stock and Bond 123 chamber a Coa

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