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Logansport Weekly Journal (Newspaper) - December 22, 1883, Logansport, Indiana The weekly journal. Jim a a s i vol. 35.loganspokt. Indiana saturday december 22. 1883.�?12 pages. No. 51. Announcement extraordinary. The journal wishes to present to its readers and As Many others As choose to Bab scribe a Choice list of presents aggregating Over twelve Hundred dollars in value. It is oar i it Urphie in giving this distribution to increase the subscription list of the journal and at the same time to give its patrons an Opportunity of securing a lot of valuable and useful articles a partial enumeration of which it presented in another column. To secure an interest in this Dikit Rution it is necessary to Bubs be for the weekly journal for one year paying the ref ular Price of the same 1.50 in Advance. I o those who Are in arrears for the journal this offer is Good Only upon the payment of All they owe and one year in Advance. Any one of Good moral character can subscribe for the la Aper and have an equal Opportunity with others in securing one of these gifts. E sell the paper for ?1.50 per year and you can take one of the tickets or not As you please we do not sell the tickets. The distribution of these presents will take place saturday january 19,1881. Read advertisement in another column for particulars. Ellison s Rei it Ort for Oci Ober and no tember shows that Briti Sli spinners have taken in those months 284 million pounds against 38 million last year and Continental spinners 204 million pounds against 188 million last year making a total increase of 53 million pounds. But the weekly consumption in manufacture has been Only 2 million pounds greater or.18 million for the nine weeks so that stocks have accumulated. It is interesting to note that in England and in Europe As Well As in this country depression in business a attributed to excess in production and yet the production increases and both goods and raw material accumulate. In some degree evidently tie causes of depression a business extend Over the whole Western world. Much the same Phenomena Are seen in the Iron business in which production has been pushed beyond the demand on both sides of the Ocean. Yet the excess in this country is by gome people thought to be due to our Tariff. A when a Man is fairly tried and condemned by an English court and the death sentence passed upon him his execution follows almost immediately. Such was the Case with o Donnell. Who was hanged at 8 02 monday morning. The English custom while probably exciting some indignation on the part of slow going americans at least in this particular cannot but awaken in the minds of All a feeling of commiseration for the Fate of one who was blindly actuated by what he considered his duty and in the pursuance of that idea took upon himself the role of an Avenger. The Fate of o Donnell. As Well As his victim carry conveys a lesson of the sad state of affairs that exist Between England and the Emerald Isle. Arhat the effect produced will result in it is hard to surmise. The american i Bojde Are getting very tired of the ceaseless Wrangle that exists in that direction and May some time chose to interfere. Fire and water greatly damage the residence on Broadway occupied by Kraus Bros and Julius Kaufman. About 8 o clock last evening the residence on the Corner of ninth and Broadway known As the Dodds property was discovered to be on fire and before the a Ames were extinguished the building was badly damaged. The fire originated from a defected flue in the rear of the House and thanks to the recent Rains did not spread too rapidly to prohibit the removal of the household furniture which with the exception of several carpets was taken out with Little damage and placed in the basements of the Broadway presbyterian and universalist churches. Tie residence was occupied by Kraus Brothers and or. Julius Kaufman and had been recently furnished it elegant style. The fire department responded promptly but. In staying the flames flooded the House and before it can be again occupied it will require a general overhauling. The pro Yerty has recently passed into the hands of mrs. Evelyn l. Jones and the damage is covered by insurance in the North american company of which or. Fisk is agent. Or. Max Kraus who has been confined to his room by sickness for several months was carried Down stairs by his brother Otto and John Fox who experienced not a Little iii Mculty in carrying the sick Man through the dense smoke. Lie was removed to the residence of Charley ranch. Or. Jacob Kraus. The aged father was taken to or. Mandler s Home and Julius Kaufman and family was cared for by or. And mrs. Eli Greensfelder. The neighbors were All ready and willing to lend any assistance in their Power and until other arrangements can be made by those so suddenly driven from their Home will see that hey Are comfortably provided for. The tire alarm which was tested several weeks ago with a Uch Success failed to work perfectly a fact that will have a tendency to discourage the gentleman who has a contract to put it in repair. s letter advocating the distribution of tie whisky tax among the states has attracted considerable attention during the past two weeks. Many people approved it at first on account of its author ship but its Advocatt ii Are daily Dimini Sii ing in numbers. I he new York Avold Kas Given a table in which Ai Pear the following comparisons four status Illinois to it Hio Kentucky and Indiana pay a i Fluor tax of 000,000, while under tie plan of distribution propos etl they would receive but �17,000,000. On the other , the six new England states would contribute about 17,000,000, while they would receive More than double that amount. Thus it will be seen that while the benefits of such a measure would be equally divided the Burden of the taxation would not be equally borne. With All due regard for or. Blaine s Wisdom and statesmanship we Are compelled to dissent from his views on this sub Jet. A the Hewett Resolution urging the president to interfere in o Donnell a behalf on ground that he was a american citizen went through the democratic House of representative i with a Rush a few Days ago but a Resolution couched in similar language asking for an investigation of the Danville riot was buried under a Heap of objections almost before it was read through. If the Danville incident was All the fault of the negroes As the democrats have asserted from the first Why not authorize an investigation to make the truth clearer than Noonday ? the negroes who were killed at Danville were american citizens As Well As o Donnell. Has the color of the vote to be influenced anything to do with the action of the House. Christmas gifts. With the approach of Christmas come thoughts of Christmas gifts. This old custom doubtless originated out of the fullness of Joy which surrounded the birth of Christ. Like Many another excellent custom it has been pushed into such prominence that much of its significance is destroyed. Exchanging Christmas gifts has become a serious business and Many persons give because they Are expected to and do not derive a particle of pleasure from the giving. Christmas instead of a joyous feast is sometimes marred by finance id considerations. So Many costly things Are displayed that gifts which Are possible to an or Inary pocket Book look cheap be Side them. Consequently the temptation to Purchase things beyond one s Means is very Strong. A Christman gifts like wedding presents should Only be exchanged Between intimate friends. Between intimate Friem s there is no question of obligation but gilts exchanged among Mere acquaintances degenerate into regular bargains besides it destroys the Sanctity of iving. During the few Dilys that elapse before Christ s a wonderful a quizzing will occur in All Well regulated families. Sisters and brother by that process known As i it uni Pink and n which the pumped greatly assists the Pio Cess by knowing what s in the mind will d Covi the particular Lovely thing that i a iii. In and Surprise each other on Christmas. Newly married peole will take infinite pains to select Soi netling which the o her does t care anything about. Schoolgirls will confide to to Weir mothers what they Are desirous to have and fathers will instruct themselves thereby Christmas probably is harder on the impecunious Young Man than on any body else. The stylish Young Man of society who is fond of visiting and likes to do things in style May Well dread the approach of Christmas. For unless he has some Bright particular Star upon whom he lavishes his gifts there Are demands from Many quarters. To successfully run the Gauntlet of Christmas gifts and come out with Money in his pocket is something a Young Man should be proud of. The most piteous object at Christman tide is the poor Little Waif who presses his nose longingly against the window pane and for whom even one of the cheap toys he sees would make this a merry Christmas. Would that it were possible for every child heart in Logansport to be gladdened by a Christmas gift this year for after All Christmas belongs to the children for it was to the babe of Bethlehem thew Onder child to whom we owe the blessings and the blessedness of Christmas. Fiftieth Anni Vertry. Fifty years ago last Friday judge Anthony Smith a a Deputy clerk of Cass county issued a marriage License to Edward Johnson and Matilda Archer and yesterday judge Smith and about 100 other Friend assembled at the residence of the aged couple in Clay township to celebrate their Golden wedding anniversary. Or. And mrs. Johnson were married in the Village of Logansport dec. 15, 1833, and have continued to reside in Cass county Ever since. Among those present were some of the pioneers of county whose Ages Are beyond three score and ten Joseph Douglass 7 a years or. And mrs. Dehart Booth aged Rcpt actively 74 and 68 Andrew Mcclure and wife Ngeu and 08 Elizabeth Durett. Aged 71, r id aunt Nancy Barnett 74. Many other i id citizens Liose Ajes l ordered close in 70 were present among whom were Juilo Anthony Smith and wife. Jushua Larose and . Israel Enyart and wife with a a Host of the younger generation. Or. Joh Quot son s age is 75, and mrs. Johnson 72. They were surrounded by All their children and grandchildren and dispensed hospitality in a manner characteristic of the pioneers a of fifty years it go. Several very valuable presents were made venerable couple by their children and friends which Mere formally delivered to them by or. Justice who was called upon to perform that very pleasant duty. A splendid dinner had been provided of which All j arts it it a with Good cheer. Of the Many Golden weddings celebrated in our county within the past years but few if any. Live been attended with More enjoyment and Good social feeling than was t Lis. A la a a e Bill of shingles. Or. I. Hagenbuck of Hagenbuck Parker a co. Has just returned from Michigan j where he has been purchasing a Large Quantity of lumber shingles a. The following letter ree Eivid from one firm be has been buying of Speaks for itself of sors. Park or ci>., t 111 1. Gentl Kmon in entering your order for a million of our Quot Gilt Edge Quot extra heavy 18 Inch shingles in View of your having selected them after a personal examination of a Large number of other boards we wish to say that you Are buying the Best article made in the state Illey Are All manufactured from live Timler Are free from knot.-, shakes rots and defects of All kinds Are uni formerly sawed parallel in Width and with heavy Points being entirely free from Quot feathery Edge Quot and clipped shingles. Their being bound in galvanized Iron adds to their appearance and they look exactly what we guarantee them to be Viz. Be infect shingles. Thanking you flt the order and you that we Are prepared at All times to furnish you with the same Hoard and Mai Ufa. Ture. We remain yours truly a Kysek if sri it co. They have also received a Large Stock of Novelty siding for barns and cheap houses which they want to close out in the next sixty Days at the lowest po.=<sible Price. Anyone contemplating building Iti the Spring would do Well to Call on Liis firm and look at the Quality of their goods be fore purchasing. They have also just purchased a Stock of 2 Ltd a feet of lumber from tie Well known firm of Foster. Blackburn amp co. I in rapids. This i largest Shingle order Ever placed by a 1 of Gans t the West Side. Remarks concerning an important commercial Enterprise in that part of the City. Of work. Three very Legaul sex guess curs now handle shops was to the cars Are from b. F. Liepsner a. A. Red band n. J. I have been troubled with Catarrh so badly for several years that it seriously affected my voice. I tried or. S remedy without the slightest Relief one bottle of Ely s Cream Balm did the work. My voice is fully restored and my head feels better than for years. A Fine no. 41. The first of mail baggage Ami building at the pan turned out it Sinei Kiriy. Feet Long in the Clear by a a feet wide and divided into two compartments mail and baggage. The Usail room is it flu feet finished in Oak and is finely grained. The mail table is of Cherry the paper and letter Case of Ash. Filled and varnished. The furnishing for this department in very coi Pleie consisting of the latest in Pouch Racks stoves etc., while the car is supplied with the improved automatic Brake Coupler and Jenney platform. The painting was done nude. The Sun it trivision of James Cockburn and by a corps of men who Are artiste their profession. The car was built ii i Jer the personal supervision of c. H. Siu r. Since superintendent Watts and master Mechanic Reynolds have taken in of the management of the v., st. A p. Railway at Logansport a greater number of men have been employed than heretofore More work is being turned out of the shops and great improvement has been made in Many particulars. When we the Littie attention which is paid to the Laws of health we can not be surprised at the indifference manifested in relation to the purity of the articles that Are used in daily food. If a articles put upon the Market wore As perfect As or. Price s Cream baking powder this indifference might answer. War. J. W. Kreider living about ten Ailes South of town took a few of his household oods and family and left for Greencastle Indiana yesterday morning to spend the Winter with his children who Are going to a shool at that place. Livery business that increases the Comfort and Prosperity of a Community must possess some interest that at least a majority will appreciate. Audit due from the press to notice and recognize a my in stance of decided Prosperity and Enterprise in any Branch of Trade. Journal representative in his round of the City a few Days since enjoyed a moment s conversation with a member of the enterprising grocery firm of Cassell amp Hamilton of the West Side. While the firm is comparatively Young in its career each member is old in business experience and practical knowledge. Or. Cassell has been connected with the dry goods in Logansport for nine years or More while or. Hamilton has been i identified with the grocery interest of the City for a Simular period. About two months ago these two gentlemen linked their fortunes and pm Barkac i in business on their own responsibility and the result has been general increase of business in their part of the City. Such men Are bound to draw Trade and Are a substantial Benefit to any Community in which t Ley May locate. They succeeded John Young whose opera Titus extended out r a period of six years. Since tie change of i it a it Praetor ship the volume of in iness his fully doubled and the West Side Ijar gain House of Cassel amp Hamilton is known to every citizen of county. They carry at All times a full line of groceries and provisions Queens Are glassware notions grocers sundries tobacco and cigars. 1 hey make a specially of country produce for w hich they pay the highest ruling Price and Are enabled thus to Supply the City Trade with the freshest and Best in this line As Well As to make it an inducement to the country Trade to patronize their Houi of. The extensive business of the House has been built up by Pluck Enterprise and judicious management and the House will always rank first when he sed with the grocery interests. Adams. Chus. Crook is going to his firm in potatoes next sgt ring. D. T. Mcclain has left his i a be grow to a protect his Chin during the Long cold seige of w inter. Alfred Mcclain is erecting a new Quot Lumsie just a few feet beyond the East Boundry line of Hen Peck. Scott Reed is improving his time by making a handles. Bill Crook is his agent and Frank Swank furnishes the Timber there will be a writing school held in District no 5. On every Friday for a few weeks for i Rof. Thomas. Rates $2 per scholar. Jole Black has purchased a Fine male hog from Canada formerly known As the Mustang for which he paid the sum of Bruce Thinas is studying and practising Law. Under Squire Young. The student is getting Ahn ust too much for the the Squire. Al. Moss and Willard Cro it a. Are invest ing their surplus Money in Raccoon and Muskrat hides and Are offering to a cents a Pelt for common House rats. To Quot a dollars Reward offered by George Dillman for the Man that stole his eighteen Dollar Coon pelts. And Charles Crook says Itiat he will give 10 Moro for the Man who Cut his Coon tree i am sorry to say that i e Black and his Brigt ther Calvin had a terrible dispute Over two Chii Keiss. Jolt they were full blooded Bramas and canine said that they were nothing but bantams. Joel flew in a Kassiou Ami told cal. To leave. The next Moi ing cal. A is seen i being toward the West. A Joseph Ira Usinger is coining out on the ire ii Back ticket. Willaid i face is co Jiing out on the be mock air ticket. It quite an . It is sup Posztl if Loe is elected Attiat John Decker will be h a d . As they Are the Only t to Quot Iret no hackers if tie i own Slimy. Or. Place fur iii it ies Quot has. Townse iia horse to ride to election Eer him a Iasi j. Quot to. Jacob Crook is talk iii Quot of . His farm to iii uni i i h s g i t Mill. If Jacob gets the u ill he is to re Model it to grind the new mule a tour. He also says that he will iii produce a new process of Corn Mea in this Vicinity. The Corn is to be ground by a founding it on a Lap Stone. I Jacob gets the Mill he will do big business for he is that kind of a Man. Tji a Ltd . Obit Ary. Died. Dec. the of her son Lva. In Noble township. Mrs. Ann got shall aged i d months and 12 Days. Ann Woodling was born in Union county. Pa., june 5th 1884. And was married to Peter Gotshall of the same county in 1822, did with him moved to Vigo county lud., a 1837. And from there to Cass county in t be Spring of 184 a and settled on the farm were she live. Till her death. A rugged Constitution and habits of Industry enabled her to accomplish fonts of labor and Pedes trait ism that were truly astonishing for one of her age. For a number of years and till within a few months of her death it has been her custom for years past to almost weekly walk to your City and Back a distance of three Miles and carry a Basket of marketing to dispose of she preferring that Way of travelling to going in a Wagon or other conveyance. She was honest and spoke her opinions on any subject she was called to Deal with. In a residence of almost forty years in this Community Many hardships trials and afflictions bae been encountered and overcome. Her chief concern was for the welfare of her family. She was the Mother of nine children five sons and two daughters survive her and with the exception of one son live in this county. Her grand Cli Ildron null or 30 and great grand children 8. The deceased was highly respected by the Citi ceus of the Community in which she or sided for so Many years and although her death was not unexpected by her family and near friends her Many acquaint times were pained and shocked to learn of her death. In Early life mrs. Gotshall became a member of the Luthern Church in 18.15 she joined the first presbyterian Church in Logansport and remained a consistent member till death. The funeral services were held on wednesday december 1 . At the residence of Alvin Gotshall Sermon by the Rev. W. E. . 15th verse of the 17 psalm after which the remains were followed by a Large concourse of relatives friends and neighbors to their last resting i lace in Harper s graveyard. Mrs. Gotshall was taken sick sept. 20. 188 but her illness was not re Jared As serious by her friends till about two weeks before her death. A member of the tenth Indiana Battery. J. B. Cox who shot Mclanghlin in san Francisco a few Days ago. Is Well remembered by citizens of this place. He was an Pilicer in the tenth Indiana Battery to which several Logan porters belonged. He made his Home at Lafayette for a nun Bor of years. He was a Man of Many friends of Fine personal appearance and conversational Powers. After the expiration of his term of service he drifted away to san Francisco where he became a contractor for the construction of a portion of a new Railroad being employed by Charles millionaire. Cox put every tiling he had in the Road and after he had built about Twenty failed to pay him. Suit after suit followed Cox. Getting a verdict every time Only to be set aside in the higher court Liis occurred five . The amount involved was about $150,000. The a Day Cox called at Mclaughlin s office to see about a settlement. After conversing a few moments Cox Drew a revolver shooting or. Mclaughlin three times from which he died in half an hour. Cox was arrested. It is thought he has brooded Over what seemed to him to be a great wrong and unable longer to Cope with his millionaire antagonist in the court his mind become unbalanced and he shot him news in of Russia is ill wit i con Kanuik Tua. Sont to new havea for in u m War ii Isarait i Lori ate 1 Daly in to e to it ii Iarj cent a at to "j.yto. The e fic . A Porti i of Mcl finl. by fire. Jar is i >or.ghcriy, a Fortuzi y Artuer of j. W. Maeki Yth a California , in it ill Jad for drunk Rine trips have suffered s ver in in cd tilliets win i iii auders who. one it on and us i to i to a a a a i. Henry Stoeker. Of , Feil Deau a i i a ii i Pas Ion. , 1 v in this 11 to Al i sen to omy Lui. Tie i to i in a n a i to Garreis of a a i items ii a in my ? cd. 1.1 n iii e R i a my i. R a. Pm i a a. I t Ivaria , i. a a Eastlu a Tor i 1 Poai is tie i e s r. Bui Lini 1 to it it via to to Lairy it l Ai. A i a >1 a a Var. 1 Artlie he ii a a a Merino Sligo la shoe Nativi. A am it ssh a i at iii. Mously j i to Quot a a tons Ltd la Bora us the f a . t , no ? of Tiu g Javori iii it i i , Viii i i i it 1 i i. m or. A u f. Eva is. A a. In and a ii ii i7af.>d in the fear v a. Tho ool Litrio in North i Nibert us 1 co my. L a Tipsy. , Haw been Eiov-1 v week Irmi Rizig Lato a Eis is i. A Idi Verj is i of no 01 the Luigj. In tie House of Jira Jeorge it lord i Chat of. His it year mid u. Ihu a a id Uii Osiier Wii iii were Shoi Atnel Kili Eil cd Eli �1 if to is Sas Kate a of turn. Or. Jolt l ii by of county , Lii i e 1u� yet a som 0i rho a Quot flu Quot of Jaugu ii a. In a is in a ,.iie it Hea Tiani fruit Lei it a Wui to u ii ii ter ten Dia unit. A Paris c a i Jou Nal Liat j the Ueni Riu Cro Vul i to i�--<1 a it Tao j pork a a Eilt be of a a eur Urke states von Seid Fez r Vihl the same eur e. The Rei Ort that the Rul Fri car company warn t inure Lvuv iii 4 of tiia for an aspiring Greenbacker. J Lilii Ianus a i Init any is Jau Thoi y a i it Gnu journal we of Clay township Quot a a a a a also a to in Ort of de les i a Tiu wish to say a word or two through the Ile f Gurlly of Horay l re medium of your valuable paper for the Benefit of the aspiring candidate for some High office of Trust on the Greenback ticket. We wish him to understand that when he makes an appointment at our schoo House for political purposes tha e must keep such appointment or fore. r after make himself scarce. The said Greenbacker made such an appointment for the 8th inst., and failed to put in an appearance until the regular meeting evening of the Lite Ary club which was the 11th inst., and he then and there made himself More obnoxious than conspicuous by inter fearing with and breaking up the meeting. We presi to he Felt himself fully paid by h i. Ing some five or six persons remained to hear him spout after the adjourn remit of the litter Ary club of Shady Al. W. Smyrni Aliu l or Inen Ibers. Logansport not Eider Littlejohn in a Quot of. there i great wic Keune and much drink oneness in our Youn Risiti. Towns. Therefore. O lord we thy Messing. Now Milwaukee. Just sprung u. Is bad Chie go an ther mushroom i Yvore. Yet. Do Thieu. Lord bless a d improve them. Thieu tii Lieis Michigan Quot Ity. A Dace of Sand ital mud and Wick juts i Ami indeed Liu a need i in les there is Sun ii Bend and also files. I ugh think themselves righteous. Lord they need thy Mer sing. And a there is Mishawaka. Which boasts Ioseb of something but in Lhing but self righteousness. Good lord open its eyes i that it May receive thy Blessing. Then f we have Elkhart and Bristol Nind Moil-1 cd log Little things but wicked. Do. Lord bless then pausing for by a hand raising his voice to its highest pitch lastly then dear Good lord even bless Constantite w Are governor Bany Hills whiskey at 3 cents a Glass. .\.men. A fireman s Fortune. Of Clveland. Us ii was fund a it t Al Gas m ii in residence. Miu ii. It it Niall i a girl were d a a u the i and two other a Bildin we it uni Jious but Suomi recovered. A Letti r sine it a Quot John pcs us citizen of the Iri a Republic Quot Cutai Niu naturalization i Ait is was ii iii naturalization Bureau at new York. We in Ltd Day ask iii Juiles of the Yourl of cot ii mgt it a pleas it it iii Nanie from i tie Tiz a ruins a a d was hanging an i bag Anneau Eil Izi us without a i a i Quot Quot i. . The markets. In a no at . Dpi Quot. It. A l c Mphil. Be s Eire Ului of Ven it Tate of the , Mai k to s�z.1 in Siut weaker Edl 1-&Quot l of i. L he. E a i a a ii i i i a a Al. I. A to. A i.t/, a i Ai. K. K a it. Re ,.se,l Ltd of Ned h a up Neil May i it "ni�?.juuu.iry, i february . It a pm Mie Quot to a a it 1. D ,-. a i Ted and bios Dot Ltd and Elise i i ,�.? ,. A Market opens Juiet Ault Eye to s prices .&Quot>.5 a Tor c us Noii i .1 King six a j for a a my in a Klor fair t j it a it a <.0 it. Ltd a quiet and go to. to. Lair lid a a i r Aniere Iresh i a ii be i a in -. 1 i i Tail a. A v to i it s 1 the san Fraucisco cal chronicle n an article on the fire department of san Francisco gives the following from asst. Chief Engineer Mathew Brady Quot i have been subject to an aggravating pain in my Pliest of Over four years. I resorted to various modes of treatment to obtain Relief. I have had my Chest terribly blistered. No physician could Tell what was the matter with me. Two weeks ago i com met iced using st. Lacoss Oil. It has cured or. A. B. Martin a comity boy at present attending school at Wabash College arrived Home to spend the holidays last wednesday. He is catalogued with the freshmen and stands among the first in his class. _ in one week Ely s Cream opened a passage in one nostril through i had not breathed in Tiree years subdued an in Flamarion in my head and Throat the result of . M. Ski May Owego. N. Y. See adv. Yin a la. Nov Quot Duk do. J i. A a it re l Ai a a to it i o a i in a Quot a Eviat to it. I i in a. I t a a a a a or Lii Ial o .�-.iva. A i , i. C.,- a but m it. I , a he. I l Dvo a ,0 1-. A of. A by a a Lii new . S it it l Uri. A l i Juiet new in .�<�4 a a a _ Laid h. A Aud Riu team rent id it a Tsu a iii a. So. . I c. Wheal i her no. Quot a red 1 Cash . Id l a i.ii4 h. January iary is i j fir 1. Slay Eio a at net. No red to. A us e. 1 it a 1�? 4 i her to s4 1. I Cash i due january february Vav a May. A ats Cati higher lower to soil in t old bid est Sti a id a in Etc bid january 1 e hid y a Uva a so us i j bid. at quota did i. Viii a v a i. A Ciui Quot a at in. 14. Ivovic soils Fimi higher Lule doing. Pork 14&Quot. J asked Ull for Neu bulk neat a he it r. St. Id ribs Sill re Eil .-<1. A Quot ask. D. In .011�?firm Long elea Tel ear s. Be. Lard Nainiu Jill i iii. Tui Imio. A . It. Dec. at a i it a and so Niy Xuy. 1 Vav Hlf Al a . .-.i.i a. Or la .,>.&Quot>�. 1 it a Paivi .1.04 january f. Ii nary i lot -. Alfreh �l.o�, t. A i. I to a a a Renee to dil. A Quot. Us i inner aii to Juiet no. I a a i. <-.-&Quot a. Anu any 5.> a May b j\,.- iji< try. A /.d,- no Grade 4. >-.yc. I git. An 1 s Ealy no. Quot a Eash or Decemb re a a. Iani iary May Bill n. Quot a i a inc. Cover no Mai. Milwaukee. Milwaukee Der to. Wheat uns titled Cash or a january �>7,e february Mav Corum no. A . Oats due no. A my. Rye Sweidy no. 1, ssh pc. I Barley firmer it i a ii Bruvry t>4 a c extra

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