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Indianapolis Sun (Newspaper) - February 20, 1900, Indianapolis, Indiana \ in be Wop ins harem Abdul Harald the Sultan european Turkey new biases to get Uway with 15,000,-000 yearly in the maintenance Iii haired and the provision other luxuries. But if Abdul Hamid s subjects were to Rise in revolt and dethrone him these Are some the possessions which he would a have to fall Back % a private Fortune ?12,000,0c0. What he is Able to Quot Knock Down Quot from a civil list 54,000,000. Investments in. Other count tries yielding an annual income $1,500,--000. A jewel embroidered want Rob Worth $3,000,000. Rings and other Mamenta computed to have Cost $1,500,000. But it must not be thought for a moment that the Sultan is satisfied with these riches. Far to the contrary he Longs to be known As the wealthiest Man in Ali the world and is constantly reaching out for Akil tonal wealth while enjoying every luxury that Money can Promise the Magnisi Ficenec the Sultan s wardrobe is pro Erbil and a set Diamond buttons for one his court Robes is Only one a Laige number recent Ufa a to hide mub3>eil Man s body placed a Railroad track to conceal a crime. Liq Ransport ind., Febi a spa Rodney Maher an employee the. Gasparis a Stone quarries at Kenneth was found dead the Railroad tracks Heair the year iry a monday morning after a freight train had run Over his body and mangled it almost beyond recognition. When the Engineer saw that he had run Over a Man s body he stopped the train and quickly got a a he says the body was already cold. While being prepared for burial the Coroner found that he had a Bullet Hole in one his thigh. His body is sup posed to have been placed the track a after he had been murdered. Govern agent offi Edalji scrap new Albany ind., feb. 20.�?g. Diffenderfer and Thomas Upperman officials the United states army depot at it Jeffersonville had a personal encounter a he Street in port Fulton,.a suburb Jeffersonville arid Are not Able to be at their posts. Both Are badly bruised knives were drawn they were prevented Rora using a second time miss a Jiel Smock is a heroine saved Milker and baby. Lafayette ind., feb. 20.�?miss Thea Smock again proved herself a heroine monday. A lady was crossing the Monon tracks with a baby Carriage just ahead a locomotive. Miss Smock quickly caught her and rescued the baby. Miss Smock was struck and thrown several feet sustaining a broken Arm. This is the second life rescued by miss Smock recently. Eloped a feb weight. Two couples Quot dead head Quot it to Jet Fer Sonville to be married. New , ind., feb. 20.�?after Riding a Hundred Miles a freight two prominent Young couples from Lebanon iky., reached Jeffersonville monday even ing and were married in one ceremony by a Straite warder. The clopers were Leslie Martin and Roxey Carlisle and Henry Graham and Bertie Mills. They left their Honnes at 1 a. M., monday drove to a siding caught the freight train and eluded Pursuit. Postmaster will by Oiver. Knightstown ind., feb. 20.�? spa this place is to have no new postmaster soon As postmaster Cole is improving in health and May-p6nha�ently recover. Trouble Witk i it and sales. Shirley ind., feb. 20.�? spa a a. F. Martindale the promoter the local Boom is having trouble with is land sales. The land from which the lots were platted Cost $9,000 and $1,000 has been col la ctr a. Somok by a train. Lebanon ind., feb. 20.- spi a the friends miss Ida Seltzer have received word that she was perhaps fatally injured Laet Friday. She lives in Warren county attends High school at Covington. Accompanied by her Uncle James Moody she Staa , to drive to school. A a amp Senger train hit them. Miss Switzer received the Only injury and is paralysed. If a recovers she will be a cripple for life. Says a Kinsman bunkoed him. Logansport ind., feb 20.�? spa Robert n. Mcpeek has sued his two Sisters mrs. Georgia f3. Panabaker and Nellie r. Mcpeek and his brother in Law John Panabaker asking that a Trust be declared in his favor in the matter $10,000 Worth real estate. He alleges that they influenced him to allow them to use $10,000 his Money while he was la i Orang under a mental difficulty in 1898, and that they had placed the property in the name the two women leaving him entire Liy out. Fire at Crawfordsville. Crawfordsville ind. Feb. ? 20.�? the Henry saw Mill and manufacturing company was destroyed by Are tuesday. Ix>s6, $15.000. Indiana inklings. Rogers hotel Gosport. Is in Aiea Martinsville will have a new school building. Portland anti Saloon league is preparing to flight. Ii sure haute Council appropriated $2,000 Nore to fight Small pox. The Quot immortal j. is in Hartford City searching for truth. Standard Oil Rompaey is teasing land it can near Marion. Mrs. Ross Hoyt 25, muscle fell Down a a uitus and May be fatally Hurt y fort Wayne clerks Union Lias secured a a clock Cloal a among shoe to that yet Quot gave Way at Selma for a revival which was held in the Only big Hall in the town. An addition 20 rooms will be made to the Union Hospital Terre haute. German National Bank Vincennes has been made a United states depository. School patrons Hartford City my resist the health Board s vaccination order. Jack Thatcher near Martinsville was run Over by a Wagon and crushed. May die. John Southwood 60, Greenville fell from a Load fodder monday and broke his neck. Charles Hildebrand Marion fell from a Telephone pole monday and May be fatally Hurt. A Nilk Wagon and Street car collided in Richmond and the Motorman got the Cream the joke. Maggie Downey. Shelbyville has sued for divorce alleging that her husband made her Cut Wood and Husk Corn. Farmers Grant county Are combining to fight the Tennessee National and savings and loan association new York. A Man in Columbia City whipped his wife because she would not take a Bath and then compromised by agreeing to carry the water. The Danville Iii. Press is $16.000 in the Hole and a receiver is asked for by t he editor. Wabash county republicans nominated a. Gibson for recorder George Pauling for assessor and Charles s. King for representative. Perry i no 40, who recently Canie to Marion from Van Uren o., dead suddenly monday in great agony. It is thought to took Poison with suicidal intent. Fremont n. Haines candidate for recorder Grant county and f. Baldwin candidate for Surveyor will contest the primary election and demand a recount the ballots. Ice in the Ohio River broke up in time to beat the railroads out a million Dol lairs Worth shipping. Tow big ats brought 80,000 Tonsi steel rails and 20,000,000 tons Coal Down. Enterprising people in Terre paiute who have a lot old rubbish in their attics have devised a Means getting i cd it. They Are now having sales Quot rummage Quot for charitable purposes. In Sullivan count there Are 1s8 democratic candidates for county offices and a Lively scramble can not be avoided at the Convent wednesday. Two three slates will be. Pushed. Frederick Miller Seymour who fired two loads out a shot gun Ait his site Mother because she would not Divide an estate left by his father was sent up for from two to 14 years monday. The mayor and several councilmen new Albany charged with Selling goods to the City were saved from criminal charges by the City attorney rendering an opinion that they had not violated the Law. It has been discovered in Washington How so Many pos offices in Indiana get free mail delivery. It is said that business men in the cities have been buying Large quantities Stamps from the postmasters to Aid them in making a big showing. Albert Hill Noblesville went Home intoxicated and quarrelled with his father. In the flight Young Hill was stabbed in the breast and can not recover. Some time ago he drove the officers away from a his door with a Shotgun when they tried to arrest him for being drunk. John Ellis Indianapolis peddle who paid a $20 Bill and an overcoat for learning the ways Muncie and after Vard filed affidavits against the proprietors a gambling House was locked up to be sure that he will be present As a witness. A rat and insect exterminator is to visit Columbia City. He agrees to rid the. Town All pests for a year for so much. A preparation was Given to All the subscribers until the rat Chaser who is a amp King the larger cities arrives with his death club. Jackson township Decatur county where the Farmers have pulled through the mud for a half Century is now in a factional fight Over gravel roads. Each fellow wants them to run by his House and the fight has reached that Point where mud will remain. Indiana deaths mrs. Rebecca fair 56, co years a resident Dora Wabash county mrs. Mary hol Lassee 96, Hartford City mrs. Peter Werts 67, and William a. A Mitchelman 63, Richmond John Anderson 76, Union City mrs. No Ney Ani Derson 61, Princeton Joseph Bell posit Masler at Arctic. Herman Chueden Shelbyville charged with forgery in being paid $350 alleged to be due Morrison amp Depew druggists and fled returned monday thinly Clad and half starved to give himself up. His Mother went his $2,000 Bond. The indictment was the. Result the recent county investigation. Alec Stewart Daj Vuie Saloon keeper threw a Drunken Glass Blower out. Fhe Glass Blower reit Umed with three companions and calling Stewart from Beni ind the bar in a Friendly manner pounced him and began to beat him. One leg is broken his skulls Chi tied and h is thought he can t recover. The truant officer Martinsville is Between the do Vil and the the Board health has. Ordered All. School children vaccinated. And a ,. the patrons say they wih keep their children a tit Klemol it site Taatu i. W a pm order. The officer must compel a children to go to school who Are Over 14. Judge Rawley Terre haute acquitted two Saloon keepers violating the Nicholson Law. One was charged with running a restaurant and the other with running a billiard room after Legal hours each which has doors connecting with a Sak . The anti Saloon league says it Don t want to be harsh Only wants the Law enforced Wayne county republicans made up this ticket monday representative Oliver g. Davis joint representative Roscoe e. Kirkman prosecutor A. Bond sheriff Charles e. Unthank treasurer j. A. Spekenhier Coroner. Or. E. K. Watts Surveyor r. A. Howard assessor a. G. Compton commissioners g. W. Calloway and Peter s. Beeler. James Watson was endorsed for congressman. The Terre haute Tribune which is now under a new management and has taken a new dress presents a very metropolitan appearance. It is chock full Bright local news dished up in a Crisp style and the happenings the world Are handled hot off the Scripps Mcrae wire�?1 he same service that keeps readers the Sun posted what is going everywhere. The editorial columns Are filled with Brainy Ink and All the news is conveniently classified. May Clear Kennedy. Sensational statement concerning the Dolly Reynolds murder. New York feb. 20.�?the police Are investigating a Story that May Clear . Samuel j. Kennedy the dentist who is now in sing sing under sentence death for the Mur later Dolly Reynolds. The Reynolds woman was killed in the grand Union hotel the night aug. 15,. 1898. Or. Kennedy was arrested and convicted the crime largely circumstantial evidence. Kennedy s wife and relatives have come Forward with a witness mrs. Alice Boucher who testifies that she heard a coloured servant in her employ Tell another servant that a negro killed the Reynolds woman and that friends hers knew him. This servant was Ida Jackson who is now living in Elmira n. Y. She denies that she Ever worked for mrs. Boucher that she Ever made such a statement. Mrs. Boucher says the girl was in her employ about a year ago that she made the statement to a servant and afterwards admitted to her personally that she had done so. Egged. Dowie apostles Ilee from College. Students. Ada o., feb. 20.�?at the close Che meeting at Zion s Tabernacle monday night a about 300 students the Ohio Normal University awaited the appearance the Dowie apostles and followers and began throwing eggs to whose natural decayed Virtues had been added vile smelling chemical preparations. The followed the Dowie disciples about three squares until they took Refuge in president Lehr s House. Prof. Lehr tried to talk to the crowd was howled Down. After a Long Effort he persuaded them to disperse. Annie Wheeler to wed. Phil.\delphia, pa., feb. 20.-it was announced Here monday afternoon that miss Anna Wheeler daughter Gen. Joe Wheeler now in the Philippines with her father having enlisted As an army nurse is engaged to be married to Lieut. W. W. Ascus acting Captain the nineteenth i regiment now in Cuba. Miss Wheeler will leave Manga the next Steamer and Lieut. Fiscus will come Home As soon As he gets his furlough. Miss Wheeler served As a red Cross nurse Ait Camp Wikoff l. I., during the Spanish War. The marriage will take place at the Home Lieut. Fiscus sister in this City. They Tant $15,000. The la to. Monument commission monday night decided that not a cent less than $15,0c0 will do for the Monument. About $4,000 has already been raised. Committees were appointed to solicit personally from every Branch business and a state organizer will be selected by . F. W. Hays to take charge the in the state outside Indianapolis. Grissom gets $30,000. Kansas City mo., feb. 20.�?arthur gris a a poet and editor a new York society paper has dismissed his suit for $110,000 damages against his a Ithier in Law. Or. W. S. Woods president the National Bank Commerce for alienating the affections his wife. Grissom is Given $30,000. His wife gets a divorce and the custody their child. Close Call for Yonng Dias Oaxaca mex., Peb. 2i. A capt. Porfiro Diaz son president Diaz while out with a rec Jan altering party in Yucatan had a narrow escape from being killed captured by Maya ans. The data Convent via ambushed Ami several Killel a tired. Diaz Only effected his escape by Herd Riding. All want help Chicago. Feb. 20.�?dr. D. K. Pearsons who a few Days ago announced his determination to give to Charity the remaining $l,500,000>f his Fortune is flooded with re ques for help from every state in the Union. In 12 hour . 660 letters were deliver to him. The letters were from coif legs and am 0�ll�d to Tea attention off tic health Boud. The state Board health has received complaint against a school building in Fountain City which is said to be in such a bad sanitary condition that there Aire always cases diphtheria Scarlet fever etc., among the pupils. The building is so badly dilapidated that it cannot be disinfected and while the school a commissioners want to erect a new building the people oppose it. Similar complaint is made a Rains a school House in Marshall county. There the people Are in favor a new building the authorities say no. The Quot state Board health May prove both buildings nuisances incapable disinfection and order them closed. Five cases smash pox Are reported from Scott county five Miles South Scottsburg. Scotts Burg has a strict quarantine. The Clay City health officer rescinded a his permission for the schools to re open last week Macrum is firm. Insists there is a secret Alliece Witk England. Washington feb. 20.�?Charles e. Macrum formerly Consul at Pretoria returned to the Coity monday night and had a conference with representative Wheeler Kentucky who introduced the Resolution in the House calling upon the Secretary state to know if it was True that Thia British censor Ait Durban opened the official mail the then Consul before it reached its destination at Pretoria. As the House adopted monday the Resolution and As the reply Secretary Hay is expected shortly neither Macrum nor Wheeler will say anything in detail regarding their talk monday evening what their future action will be except that the former insists he has the punctured envelopes with the censor s stamp t hereon does not know yet what use he will make them. He also declares that he is prepared to prove every thing he has said is anxious to go the stand and insists that there is a secret Alliance Between this government and great Britain. Another clubhouse is projected and a real estate scieme goes with it. T. F. Davenport who organized the wat a Park club last summer has secured a 50-acre tract land extending along White River from the waterworks pumping station to Emerick s farm�?500 feet above Tihe dam now being constructed by the City. A club House will be erected and the land not used by the club plotted and sold in town lots. The land will be graded and Shade Trees set out. The addition will be caned River View addition. The Street car company will Likely extend a line to the clubhouse and . Davenport says the club has received permission from the government to dredge the River from Washington St. To Tihe dam and that Uncle Sammie will make the City build a lock in the dam for the club s boats if the club wants one. A a fleeced Quot for $30,000. Chicago feb. 20.�?a capias has been issued for the arrest James Mulhall head the merchant commission company charging him with fraudulently obtaining credit consignments from commission houses Selling the goods for Cash and eluding creditors. In this Way it is thought he has secured Over $50,000 from houses in various parts the United states. The capias was secured in behalf 30 commission houses in Kansas Nebraska and new York. Detectives Are searching for Mulhall. Births deaths. Marriages. Births. William and Lauia Deary 331 Norwpod-St., boy. Henry and Christina Goett City boy. Anton and Elsie Kuhn 927 Mulberry-St., boy. George and Elizabeth Parker City boy. N. A. And h. Paterson 105 n. Libferty-St., Giri. W. T. And Fannie Chaffee 1230 Ash-St., boy. Frank and Priscilla Young 1720 s. Lln-den-St., boy. Martin and Mary Camay 1524 Sev-Enteenth-St., girl. Deaths. Chas. A. Mall 54, 1104 Chestnut-St., tuberculosis. William Kinckle 70, 2521 Jackson-St., exhaustion. Infant Kellehan 1116 English-ave., exhaustion Kezie Ford 56, 603 Bates-St., grip. Infant Mcguire 1746 Harvey-St., stillborn. Harry j. Geis 27, 43 la Salle-St., meningitis. N. Frank marshal 74. 328 e. Walnut-St., senile exhaustion. Marriage licenses. Charles m. Copenhaver and Katie b. Sering. Samuel Williams and Jenette brads have. Jacob Wohlfeld and Ida Komensky. John b. Fletcher and Elizabeth Eldridge. Charles n. Legg and Delia Benton. John Bazak and Ora Mccammack. Thomas Mccry Ery and . Martha j. French. Walker Copenhaver and. Goldie m. Draper. Building Peru. E. B. Dill Cleveland so dwelling. $400. J. W. Riley 1331 Oliver-ave., addition $50. Can t find an Umpire. Lee Dave Martinsville and 1had. Boyd Columbus o., the Are tractors appointed to adjust the Brosnan Bros insurance could not agree so decided to appoint an Umpire to adjust the loss though they have been in session since i in. 6, they have not yet been Able to decide a say us in Lallos. Chicago. Feb. 20.�?the trades labor trouble con Lucs to drag . The 1 eked out Union men have adopted a policy silk Nee. A week ago Secretary Davis the Nouth piece the unions made assertions daily to at the ranks tha Tantra Cefara Ere be my weakened by . On tractors aver that their ranks sife in by Oken. The talk thai Iho new master painters association had agreed to de i Anda their former employees they de a Nee As ure Trae. Lack Patio them ?4rong labor unions is Bein urge by the cd tractors As one the potent though incidental reasons for thedr seeking the destruction the building Trade until. The contractors charge that there s a Tredy Siun Onist Rule against enlistment by Iii Ion men in any the until Leary bodies the state nation. They say this crime nation against Militar service is in Patni Atic and this ground alone claim thit the Public should support them in their fight is waiting for Leslie gris shy to return. Shelbyville ind., feb. 20.�? spa a Leslie Grigsby Van Buren township went to Greenfield a week ago and returned Home with miss Mary Mcdonald. They took up their abode in an old House a Short distance from Fountaintown and were living As husband and wife. Ilie residents the Neighb Orihood objected and they were ordered to vacate. They refused and monday nit the House was surrounded and Grigsby and the woman taken out and were about to Bover it roughly handled when Deputy sheriff Mcdougal appeared. The officer brought the pair to this a to. And they Are now in jail. Notice has been served Grigsby that if he returns to Fountaintown he will be mobbed. After the big meet. Washington. Feb. 20.�?the Milwaukee Anid Kansas City folks arrived Heire monday evening in Large numbers to Boom their respective cities As the Best place in which to hold Tho National democratic convention. Mayor Rose Milwaukee confidently asserts that Milf Autheo will win. He says Cincinnati has dropped out the contest and will throw All her influence to the Wisconsin me>tropoll9. The Only rival in his opinion is Kansas City. Gen. Harrison employed. Gen. Benjamin Harrison has been employed by Mason Lewis amp co., Chicago Bond brokers to defend their interests in the suit brought by Campbell wild amp co., to declare void an Issue 00,000 school Board Bonds the ground that the City s debt limit has been exceeded. Mason. Lewis amp co. Recently bought $500,000 Bonds which would be similarly void if the suit went in the Indianapolis Bond company s favor. Senator lodgers Mother head. Washington feb. 20.�?senator Lodge was notified monday evening the death his Mother mrs. Annie e. Lodge 9, at her Home in dec Ston. The Natiw left monday night for Boson. Hell wed Camille. San Francisco feb. 20.�?e. W. Crew Lin a wealthy club Man announces that he is shortly to wed Camille d Arville the comic opera Singer. City life. Cute tips. Henry c. Frick Pittsburg a says the frock Coke company will not sue Carnegie. Druggist Jesse Mary Vitilie mo., who killed editor Griffin gets two years in the pen. Gov. Tanner Illinois will go to Florida in an Effort to recover from his present illness. Col. B. S. Lovell president the John p. Lovell arms company Boston died monday at Weymouth mass. Three men in the Illinois steel works Chicago were severely burned monday by the explosion a late molten steel. A. W. Whelpley 67, for 14 years librarian the. Cincinnati o., Public Library died suddenly monday night from a stroke apoplexy. Mount san Pleura near Santos go Cuba it is covered with Snow for the first time in 30 years. Excursions a Ere run to the me Moon my Sims fire started in rubbish in the rear Mann s grocery store 42 Washington-St., monday night doing $5 dam age. The attorney general holds that it is Safe and proper for county auditors to make Loans land sufficient value which is not encumbered except by Gas Oil leases. Willie Bell. 13, 508 Seventeenth-St., is suffering from a blow the head received monday afternoon while Quot Pillow Quot at school 32. He was rendered unconscious for a while. South Side Tum Verein will meet thursday night to select a site for a new building to be finished by August. Shares s25 will be sold and the Structure will Cost $10,000. Valentine Abt Quot the Paganini the mandolin Quot played to a Small audience at the proxy ileum monday night. His performance showed what can be brought out so Small an it instrument and was a musical revelation. These directors have been elected by the Power Hall company d. Parry d. P. Erwin a. A. Barnes Frank maus Fauvre Charles a. Bookwalter Alfred Burdsal p. N. I Itz Jerald. W. Curtis h. E. Kinney Charles e. Coffin Ovid b. Jameson gliomas h. Wampler arrested As a fugitive moriday was released later. The Young Man was wanted in Wells Burg Va., . A charge grand larceny made by Ifilla shiver she says she Wim not prosecute. Chas. Hill coloured Porter Lols n. Ser.ate-ave., went Home the other Day and beat his Mother in Law. She retaliated by telling the police Itiat he stole cirs from Steve Crawford s Saloon where he was employed and he was fined is essay $6 for Petit larceny and 55 for assault and Battery. Club and Reading room for Young women was open c. At 25 e. North-St., monday night with ail informal reception. A Library and Reading room will be fitted out and any donations will be gladly received by mrs. Con Well 536 n. Pennsylvanla-St., who has been at the head the Enterprise. Amos Butler Secretary Board state charities has received a letter from the Secretary the Ohio state Board that a state agent Law modelled that Indiana will be introduced in the Ohio legislature next week. To Lite state agents have charge the placing dependent childrers in families and the placing men be role from the state prison and reformatories. The $5,000 damage suit Fanny Scholes against the Street railway company for injuries alleged to have been received by being thrown to the ground when she was attempting to alight from a car was opened to Superior court room 3, tuesday. Sar Jyh Jane Oliver sued the Street car company for $10,000 damages allege she was permanently injured by the sudden starting a car n. Ilmoni St. Case against Henry Pennington charged with burglary will be heard. Wednesday in police court. Jan. 6, W. Carter who has apartments in the Bla Herne discovered a strange Man in the cafe and upon being questioned this intruder made a hurried exit through a Back window. Carter sent a Hullet Lzinia after my missed. Pennington is supposed to be the Man. Detectives spam and Thornton made the arrest. Washington and p9nabylyami Sim. Occasionally this is possible. Tiv Hundred pairs men s pants two being sold from i to $2 less to they Are actually Worth. V fit Reform Quot a Cut and made in the Way. Some Are striped to and Plain and fancy Rassinier Iii your Choice for a $i. pants to so pants for. $2.00 pants for. S2.50 pints for. �3.00 pants for. $3. So pants for. 54.00 pants for. .-.a,. i6.00 pants for. $4,00 $7.00 pants for.$5.00 $7. So pants for. .$5.50 it a a a a Fri i5.00 pants for. Choice All our fancy vests and that includes the sing e and double breasted Wool worsted and silk and Wool mixed in those very handsome and stylish patterns have been showing this season Worth up to to. This week for x Saks 3 Gompka. Indiana a largest men a and boys outfitters. Per 13ccity markets. Indianapolis feb. 20. Provision a. Smoked meats hams. Sugar Eure hams.ui4@12�4c California a �8i4c Boneless reliable cottage 8c hamlets Block hams ll�i@12c. Dried beef hams. Reliable 13i4@15%c. Shoulders a a six a. Bacone Clear sides 50 lbs. Av., 7%c 30 to 40 lbs. A. Attic 20 to 30 lbs. Av., 8%c Clear backs. 12 to 16 lbs. A. 7%c Clear bellies is to 22 lbs. Av., 8c. In dry Salt a pc less. Breakfast Baton sv4 12c. Sausage bulk 7c link 7%c Adner Wii St tic. Pickled meats bean pork 200 la. By. �4.50 family pork 22tlb. Bbl., �3.00 Rump Rork. 200-lb. Bbl., �2.50. Lard Quot Indiana Quot in pierces Rella ble. In pierces 7%c Kettle rendered in pierces. So. Fresh pork loin 14 to 20 lbs., Svic cottage hams 714c Ham Butts 6c tender icons is. Vega Talob. Olona. Tl.35 per bbl. Potatoes Bushel 5c. Sweet potatoes Baltimore $3.�0 Kentucky $3.25. Cabbage per 100 pounds. $1.50. Cabbage red �1.75 per Hundred. Southern head lettuce per half bbl hamper 12.50. Green Beans. N.50@2.00. Tomatoes. Florida. 6 Basket crate 53.00. Lettuce 13c Pound. California celery54.50 per crate. Trust i. A Piff. Choice. A to to �.00 Pei Tel. Fancy s3.75. Choice bananas 1.50@1.75 per Bunch medium 1.00�1.25. Oranges. Navels. California 93.25@3.50 per Box Florida $3.75. I Emons Messina Choice s2?5 fancy 93.50. Cranberries per bbl., ft.@7.f.Bushel 2.50@3.00. Strawberries 5cc per it. Honey new 17c per la. I juts and candies. Wholesalers Selling prices. Nuts almonds ie�17c walnuts Brazil nuts 8c pecans. 22c Alberts 13c Sun i>eanut5, raw 5vic Roas Quot a 7@sc. Confections figs 12c 1-Pound package dates so 60-Pound Box c ates 6c stick Candy 7c common mixed 7c grocers mixed pc mixed. 10c twist stick Scall Penny goods 55c per l . . Sugar Cut loaf. Sr.92 dominoes 55.77 pc dered ia.62 Cibes xxx pow i cred $5.67 Fine granulated $5.52 con a Troue s a $5.22 no. 3 Laid Wood a $s.4v, no. 4 Phoenix a. $5.12 no. 5 Empire a no. 1 Ideal Gold sex. C. $5.02 no. 7 Windsor sex. A $4 97 no. S Ridge Codex. A $4.92 no. 10 yellow a $4. �2 no. 14 yellow a $4.72 yellow 15, 51.72 yellow 16, Coffee a roasted , $12.7.5 3.ion, �o31.7.=> Jersey $12.7 Marion club $12.00. Corn syrup bbls., is half bbl. 20c. Navy hems $2.3.&Quot @2.45 per by. Marrow fat k5.65 per Blishel red kidney $2.85 per Bushel. Teas and spices. Pepper Sinif pore lc@17c allspice 10� 12c cloves i2 g15c Nutmeg 45@63c. Teas Gunpowder 35@6qc Imperial 32@ 45c Oblong. 35@$0c English breakfast 30� Sac Young Hyson 35�60c. Cani cd Frum. Three it Pound peaches Standard. $1.90 9 2.35 seconds. $1.60@175 pie. $1.40 g 1.4ie three to tend Lemon cling $2.00@2.40 2%. Pound yellow Crawford. $1.85. Thu Nard apples 9g4v95c gallon s3.0ft. Cd Lif Omla apricots 2%-Pound, $1.60@2.00. Two Pound blackberries k�70c rash it Iten Ries. 85@s0c 3-lb. Raspberries $1.00�1.10. Strawberry Leal $l10ol.�. Red Chen Lea 90c. Standard pineapple. $1.75�200 Johnson crated Lynea Pilsk a Johnaon s Allver Fork up App a too. Canned vegetables. Standard three Pound tomatoes 80p8sc Beana. Ills soaked Lima Beans 75c.baked Ita aaa 9l� Twe Pew id Snow Flake 00m. Sl10oi.1�o Strine Standard Livia two pm a amp a. pm Stobe tatty Jum pm fish and game. Jobbers prices. Ret att a acc Bis bar. To. 1 pm Karel. Lie. No. A Pickerel. The. A Etta flab. 10c. Trout ii. Red Hia . Shis. Teek miss. The. Cut. Be. Rar staff. It �0. Blua Al Ali m a cm.m9e. Ham lie. Sunfish. Amp a. Mallard ducks per dozen. $6.� mixed ducks. I it dozen. R0 Venison saddles per Pound. Oysters. Best selects $1.40. Standard Sloo. Dessau dealer Selund Prieva Clover con non red. $4.7r.�5.25 engl amp a re Lei White Clover Dolce s10.0 $7.00@7.50 Alfalfa Choice let Clover. $4.00@4.50. Red top. Bolc so cub Orchard Gran primes $1.5. 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