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Logansport Weekly Journal (Newspaper) - March 17, 1883, Logansport, Indiana J vol.35.loqansport, Indiana saturday March 17, 1883.-10 pages. No. The bus Testim River if Rovert. La the much number of the North american review judge r. 8. Tayjor of few one presents a Moet interesting to article upon the proposed improve ments by the general government of of the Mississippi River which win Cost the enormous Eum of $5,. The article is forcibly and elegantly written. Among the novel facts presented Are that each year the miamis Sippi River carries away 5.000 acres of land in the Szepe of Danks caving in and often in a single season will Deposit a bar of a Square mile of mud boulders and Sand at one Point. These bars in flood time often disappear in a single night. If a Tumbler Ful of Mississippi River water a allowed to stand Over night a spoonful of mud will be found on the Bottom. This simple Experiment contains the theory of the Mill Sippi River problem. In other words As soon As the Waters of Mississippi or any other nver lose their velocity they commence de of iting their sediment. This is the cause of a River bar being created and it disappears by reason of the current taking up this sediment and carrying it elsewhere. The United states government proposes to utilize this Force that nature has provided and to spend the $5,000,000 appropriation by assisting nature. Piles and Breaks Are to be established at Points above obstructions so that eddies May be created which will convey them off. It is proposed to protect the Banks of the River by creating counter currents upon the other Side of the Bank and 6o to speak setting the father of Waters to work at a Point where less or but Little damage can be done by his untiring activity. One of the much moved theories presented to the Mississippi River commission was to draw off Quot the River in in part at least into other Rivers the Alan Amalaya for example that run parallel with the Mississippi. Judge Taylor speaking for the Board condemns this project chiefly and very plausibly upon the ground that by so doing although temporary Relief will be riven the forces of the Mississippi would be weakened and the water never could be got Back again. In addition to this Resson the depth of the River at its Mouth would be so be seen d that its value As a ship and International Channel would be impaired. After Reading to is most instructive article the Road a rises to a proper con caption of the grandeur of this Gigantic j undertaking. If it proves successful j and its Success certainly seems Assur i edit will the Geog a Phy and politics of this country and will be an Albi event of the so me ramp us with the Abo Litiuz of slavery. Suppose Ocean sit earners could have an us obstructed to the wharves of St. Louis Lue next step \ would be a ship canal to chicag o. Then the seat of commercial Empire would pass Flora new York and the Atlantic be amp Board to the Mississippi River and Valley. The next demand would b3 the removal of our Nati a capital from Washington to the graphical Centre of the Union 8t. 8< uis. Liis would soon be followed by conv rung Indiana Illinois Luna and miss Ufi into great manufacturing As Weli to it great agricultural states. It is a matter of considerable Pride to u3 that that a citizen of it. Wayne has so commendable a part in the solution of this great prot Lem and that the lordly Korth american should open its sealed pages to this vigorous Clear headed Hoosier thinker. A Yomaira bps Bince. What a of try of great prominence has to say about her sex. The citizens of Buffalo n. A Are to be coir ended. A few evenings since Madame Nilsson was advertised to sing in i hat City the Price charged being from $3 to f4 per seat. The Buffalo people while desiring hear the noted songstress yet declined to pm y he Echo bitaut Price demanded for the privilege Aad in View of the slender Sale of reserved seats Madame Nilsson s Manatrey Cecelle her Date. It is High time for the a Merion people to come to their senses in regard to the extortionate demands made to foreign a tiits for the privilege of seeing and hear Iii that a. It May be fashionable list it certainly visit Days Lack of common sense to encourage these Uriah to to Fly it cd to this country and simply because they Are fore Ner give them any Price they May demand. It is reported in new York that Kufus Hatch who is now in London has negotiated with English capitalists to Purchase 3,Coo,Ogo acres of land from the Northern Pacific Railroad in Montana and Stock to with $5,000,000 Worth of cattle. This has Long been a pet scheme with or. Hatch but he was ooteb1e to indies new York capful site Tojo Nhim. Boston Globe. On a recent trip by a representative of this paper to the City of Haverhill mass., a most important incident of corred which cannot fail to be of the greatest interest to All and especially to our lady readers. The newspaper Man met a lady a trifle past Middle age with luxurious White hair that contrasted strikingly with piercing Black eyes. She possessed a straight full habit womanly but commanding combined with manners wholly Ladylike and yet pronounced. Any acute judge of human nature could see at once that he was in the presence of an unusual personage one destined to accomplish More than most of her sex and to exert an influence far reaching in its Power. This lady it Ras mrs. M. W. Wingate. Almost from child Hood she has taken a special interest in the bodily troubles of her sex and has probably been More successful in relieving suffering and saving lives than any other woman in America. Indeed she seems to have been to women what Florence Nightingale and Dorothy Dix were to the in Lfering soldiers. The instances of woman who were in the greatest agony and apparently beyond the reach of human Aid. That she has restored to health and happiness Are almost innumerable. And it was Only natural that the t tribe should become specially inter ested and wish to Converse with her More in detail. A a How Long have you been engaged in the pct Lee of Medicine mrs. Win Gate Quot a forbore than 25 years Quot along time certainly. How did you happen to enter the Field at to at Early Day when women in the profes-8ions were specially frowned Down upon Quot i think i must have inherited a taste from my father professor j. C. Wood of Harvard College. He was eminent in the profession a hard worker and equally Earnest in Hia recreations. He hunted considerably and i remember when Only nine years old i used to dissect the Birds and animals he had Kiuei. I Felt infatuated with medical science even then and the infatuation has continued up to the present Quot and did you begin your studies so Early in life Quot Quot i can hardly say when i la Egan for can not remember when i did not read Medici literature. You would scarcely to it a Sieve it but i was a Stender girl and a not weigh Over 120 pounds Bat 1 Ned to Eit up night after night until 2 o clock in the morning pouring Over my studies and never dreaming of the Light of time. In seemed As though Calis for my attendance on the sick always came unsolicited. I certainly cannot fix the Date when i first begin Prfto timing. Of course most of my patients were women and the natural symph thy i Felt for my it a has increased during All these years where i have been brought so closely in Contact with them and have Learned to anticipate their needs and sympathize with their suffering i. After the opening of the to Futon medical College i appeared before the faculty passed examination and received a diploma i had practice for years Previc vis to that time but thought it desirable to receive another diploma which i did without any Quot your experience with the Many air Al serious diseases of woman Thaviu it been so ext live must also be valuable Dan you give me some facts re gaining them Quot Quot i find that woman seems bom to sufi Erlus and where she avoids it it is by reason of Tome care on her part or owing to some special renewing Power. It is True some women go through life without unusual Suil ering but they Are none the less in danger for there Are critical periods All along their pathway when the utmost precaution is required. The innumerable complaints called female weaknesses the irregularities of life and changes of the system All indicate the perils which hang Over every woman s career an it i which unless attended to May Remtul disastrously Quot Quot but is there no Way by which these terrible troubles can be avoided Quot Quot that has been the a Biem for years. The habits of life and the demands of fashion Are clearly at War with the health of women. I have been perhaps unusually successful in my treatment of their troubles but there have been Many cases that seemed specially stubborn. I recall one in particular. I bad exhausted All the usual expedients and the results wer2 not Satis factory. I became worried Over the Case and really did n it know what to do but Fin airy thought 1 would try something out of the usual line. I bad heard a Certa n remedy very highly and so i procured some and made a chemical analysis of it. I found it was perfectly pure and that the ingredients were unusually valuable. 8o i bes ran giving it to my p8ti�-ni, Chang ing it however into a bottle of my own. To my great Joy it seemed to have an almost immediate effect and a Complete cure was the result pc Ince then i have used it constantly in my practice and have cured every form of female weakness As Well As displacements. Drops Cal tutors Celia dropsy and All i Ucb troubles. I have also used it with the Best of results in cases of pregnancy and gestation. Indeed i have found it of untold Vafaie and Benefit. ,. Quot have you any objection to giving me the name of Thia remedy of which you a Peak Quot Mhz Iii Mii Kone whatever. It is Warners Safe kidney and Uver Quot Why that is a proprietary Medicine Quot Quot certain a hut what of that i have but one end in View in the treatment of my patients namely their restoration to health. In the accomplishment of this end i prescribe what i believe to be Benefi Jal. No matter what the professional con Era fences May Quot i notice in the new York papers that doctors Hammond Agnew and other prominent physicians Are taking a similar stand in it. Wingate Quot yes. And All Independent thinkers in the profession Are bound to do so i am however on the test of terms with my professional Brethren As you can see Quot and the lady produced a Beautiful Gold medal mounted in the form of a Kedge which bad been presented her by the medical society. Known As the Ensign of the Humble family of which she is a prominent member. After examining it closely the reporter remarked that the medical profession Evide Nuy Wera proud of what she had done As she might Well be in the Possession of such a medal. Quot i am proud of that Quot she replied and i was also pleased a Short time since to receive an Effier at a Large salary to take the professorship in the new medical College at Walla Walla on the Pacific coast. I do not know How they heard of me out there but i was obliged to decline their Quot and so in your experience with the diseases of women you Tiave found Success Aud that Warner s Safe cure has been a Mot efficient Quot yes. I have had unusual Suc?ef8 and the remedy of which you Spenk has been Roven of great Benefit. There Are however some base imitations of it to be found in the Market these Are two Ana should t e avoided but the genuine remedy is on of the very Becl Quot Quot and has not the practice of your profession injured your Quot no i am better now than Ever before in my life. I froze my limbs last Winter Hile Riding one cold night co see a patient and was obliged to remain indoors for Over two months. Otherwise i am healthy As you can see by looking at me. Quot and May i publish this interview mrs. Wins ate Quot yes. If what i have told you should be the Means of assisting any women themay be suffering i so ill be pert Fly willing to have it commissioner court. A petition for a Road Between Cass and Miami county was pics site by George Rife and granted and Levi b. Horn was appointed viewer. The application of the following Saloon for License to sell liquor were granted John Schmaltz barn Hart Conrad James Cahill Isaac Allen of to Al Centre Pottmyer amp Miller p. F Mchale p. W. Moore John Ibelshauser of Royal Centre John c. Larimer Robert Kreuzberger and John j. Riley. A Yither Niue. In the vast amount of Bui Sivess transacted at the Baltimore md., to Stottie or. M. V. Bailey superintendent of the mails i kept exceed higly Busy but somehow he finds a spar hour or Day to go ii Shing and from i i to Prience he gives his testimony that 8c. Jacob Oil is the Best remedy in the world for rheumatism sprains sore feet and joints bruises ets. It is the remedy for 11 whermen a gunners who should always keep a bottle on hand. Petit Jurith. The Law regarding Petit juries enacted by the late legislature reads As follows Quot be tii a 1. Be it enacted by the general Assembly of the i Tate of Indiana that it Shtil not be lawful for any offi be or of a or jury you Iii Ioner or commissioners charged with the selection of a pannel or Petit jurors to serve in any Cli Cuit Couit Superior court or criminal court of this state to select any person to serve As a juror in a either of said courts in such county c using the year immediately proceed Iii Aid select Ian and it shall be unlawful for any officers of either of said courts to select any persons to serve As a Tasman upon any jury therein who has served As a juror a either of said courts of the county during the year in Nied atly proceeding selection and should any person be selected is said juror cd firary to the provision of this act it shall be sufficient cause fur around the court Honiter. County clerk Mcfadin is suffering from a bad Chise of coid. Schuyler. Vetrock is the Best Whistler about the county Oflia is. Nathan Tilton Aud Eva a. Ulerich have been Grant a a marriage License. The last will Aud testament of the late Eliza Mcclure has been a it omitted to Prol it ate. There is at present Only two prisoners confined in the county jail. Young biker the Money drawer thief and George Harrison who received a sixty Days sentence for forgery committed at Flora Indiana some time since. Harrison s time will be up thursday providing he pays the costs in the Case. Young Baker has a fair Chance of seeing the Interior of to estate prison. Obaob of Lull. Sub motto Quot a Abr the Good of our or trom pm mtg and he Rexf flue no a Warta Mosi tim no Tomt no edited by Johm e. Hopkins Youmoy America fld. To the Patron of Hal Scandary of can a Carroll and Howard counties ind. Salton wheat. It seems to be generally accepted Asa fact that common Salt sown broadcast on growing wheat is very beneficial. From the experiments of a Farmer in Ohio it appears that the effect is not invariably so at least. The experiments seem to have been conducted carefully and intelligently Aud we will give them in full next week. Our object at p Ebent is to Call attention to this 8ub act. The condition of much of the growing wheat in this country is certainly far from encouraging and the indications Are that the european crop is not any better. We Hope our readers will not Only Send us their experiments with the results in former years but that they will Experiment largely this year and give us the experiments and results after Harvest. Some years since a gentleman Rode up to or. Baldwins office in Galveston ind., and inquired Tor the doctor. A a mall boy stepped to the door and said i am or. Baldwin what is wanted Quot Quot i want Medicine for a Man who is suffering with the ague Quot replied the gentleman. Turning about with All the professional pomposity it was possible to As Suhie the boy issued a number of powders and handed them to the gentleman saying Quot take them Home and give one to the patient. If it does not kill him in two Houi give him one every two hours until they do kill a Lemon less irishman eat slicing potatoes in his whisky. A passing Friend asked him what he did it for. Quot to give the Wei by a replied Pat. To give it a flavor Quot exclaimed his Friend. Quot yes Quot said Pat. Is Nota to Avor a flavor whither it is made with a it amp taty or a Lemon Quot Only Cue of Many. Jacob Wright who keeps a grocery store on Broadway Between i h and sixth streets has for a Long time had in his employ a Young Manly the name of Edward Kagan Buchli. De is a i it right Young lad d sixteen Aud 3 r. Wright placed full Confidence in him and he had full charge of the store during his absence. For i sometime past however he been Small sums of Money Aud com not account for the Bock a not k a Lancing. He then set to Woik to Fath Rii o to the leak. He discovered that Edward waa j a frequented of Quot fide games Quot being ii tried on the rooms of a certain a Young Man who has lately started a game. It was also Learned that de Ward had been a continue amp a loser. Putting everything together or. I Wright came to the conclusion that this was where the leak was j Aud tuesday morning he dih charged Young Hagan Buck on suspicion of let eing the cause of his trouble. He claims that he has lost near a thousand dollars Aud can Only think of the boy aided by outsiders who were Quot playing Quot the lad As the real culprit. Young Hagan Buck made the remark last evening to another boy that he Quot would soon get something to do if he. Wright it not give him if these Quot Side games Quot Are not soon put a Stop to there will Many a Moiner s heart mourn Over the discovery of wrong doing on the part of her Bov. Age seems to have nothing to do with this craze for gambling As Many of the freq enters of t Uelee foetus Art Mere lads. A Small Birse. An alarm of fire was sent in i it Nisi by at half past eleven from Box sixteen. The department responded promptly when it was found that the stable of mrs. Joeeph ova Ulf on North Street was in flames. A Well applied dose of water by the firkin eur so Gnu put out the fire which was located in the loft of the Bam. The loss will be but slight. This was undoubtedly the work of boys As Captain Morrissey noticed two kids run out of the Alley near the stable but did not have time to follow them. Policeman Putery turned in the first alarm. The two Quot kids Quot who were seen coming out of the Alley near the barn of mrs Covault last evening shortly after the fire proved to be Quot Heck Quot Powell and John bushing. They were arrested this it morning on suspicion by Captain Morrissey and locked up. They claim that they know nothing whatever of the head Star Bonter still in the witness Box. Aaela Taat treasurer Bymum fre a Ieter a la use kx9�rtaum 9t whisky f kva4e Taxa Tiea a the health it the pc air est. Washington March 15.Secretary Folger is reported better to Day. His improve id cd a slight however and it a feared Bis perfect recovery will be slow. He took cold lately and is now a offering with ulcerated Tore Throat his condition is really More Ceri Oak than his friends Are willing to admit to the Public. There is a Good Deal of head shaking in the treat try a Hen bid condition is mentioned and to Bong the impression is Given ont that Hia condition is not alarming there is room for grave apprehension that Arthur May have to Call another to his place before his term expires. Folger is evidently suffering from the Strain and annoyances of the Campaign last fall couple Ltd with the hard labor of the Sessi on of Congress just past Hazen court martial. It is rumoured to Day that Gen. Terry May be a elected president of the Hazen court of inquiry with two colonels from the staff bureaus of title War depart neut. A Tea cry appointment. It nude rat Ltd gtd to at Seo Lefary Folger has tendered the of chief of the Bureau of engraving ail printing to scan w. Coining of men a n. I., at our time Fco re Cani at Ariu it of be h Slat Iii of of w Yurk and that he has i Tully accepted the appointment Cox Jessiman Ochiltree. Tom Ochiltree in Hean Hing for a preces Leut to show Why Bis Hila i y i Hurld nut be stopped i is Eaid to have did Cost a red that win it Lom was a a Bondsman that ii loom is a by Tud Mao that it Tabor was a Bondsman Aud that Frei Arthur is a Bondom in if default Irir Oft. Orf acid ought not to be paid their Saint it it Ochiltree s is refused him. Appointments. The pre<5ident to Day a. N. By. Nuin is Bis int trea sneer of the Uris Fri of atom to be treasurer vice James Giuily it an whose resignation bus let Een Acoy it de to take effect on tiie is . Or. Wyman will Seanro hip Lmh us and by that Date. He a a most Ltd Verthe Lilied with congratulations this after it a. Arc insect Lull. Addition Hargee apr inst supervising architect Hill have i Ceu filed at the Treasury do part Cut and arc now la the stands of Secretary Folger. Their Mittie is not yet made Public but it is Suid on g a of authority that they Row ate to contracts and expenditures fat a the new government build Iii at Philadelphia. This matter is Suid to be assuming serious shape Aud the charges recently Hill Aro not in the nature of a of old Hotoi Zeij. A firing in Prolic land.�. The question of Feni ing in the Public lands for a Pitzing Jiuru a cd will to to the subject Fortiy of an Elanor Ite decision by Secretary Tillei thu re has but in Many complaints Pilod at the it ariment in regard to this bub oct. In one instance in Dakota a Fanner fun cd in a tract of land on to h sides of a Creck. The trat Uris mile Vilo and Thirry five inn. Tins Ilof Rived Ali cattle except of. N a a a to Iii water and Avo Riso to Iii Nerous Proto it lots. The Ronco was Ord cd foil Jovad. Dii it of almost As Ai in Ivator a cd Iii Catt have in by unlit to Ltd the Atto Pitiot of till it liar Iii i and thu of oct of tim Incisi i ill to him of i. A i Iii if a no la it it it Rii Ulii As the t von in Tuo Dii Iii Itoi y. a i of l Cincin ill is d la Natii 1 i it it Quot i i Troino and to Thyl i �., i i it i it Hinr Cerf n it i of. A m a ii v a it it lick in to i it i sed to a i Ltd i it Quot .1. 1 Minila ii s snark we by Ici Ici s an i i i la this the a Varal h or its a of inc a up and to inc i tins the Here Lars look o Uildiug Lent amp Aru Uii tit or . This took Timber which was a Al from Tho lands of the Chc royces. They of ii. Ted on thin a it and. And alleged also that the four s interfered with the Star routed a Jieh ran thion a the country. This was d i died by a refit uitts. J Quot Tho agent a ref sort and Thi proof it were Laid a Foru the Secic tary of tic Interior for his decision. The president and the late Cabinet. It is said that in Many years going Back to a put to god far Anterior to the War the deliberations of Feriv a Tongi fees have Bee i marked by t o in. Of scat Roaal did text aces and animosity As the last one. In the Short session closing on the 4th of this month politics were scarcely touched Union. Ano her peculiarity is that to Tere were no perceptible antagonisms Between the president and Congress. It is said that of the nominations to Oft co made by president Arthur the proportion of rejections made by the Senate has been less than in the Case of the nominations of any president since the War and where rejections were made they were on the score of unfitness or incompetency of the nominees and not with any reference to the inter tear wishes of cliques or of parties the president has shown a disposition from the moment of his Entrance into office to avoid any Condict with Congress or with the Senate and has not hesitated to Avit draw nominations when apprised that they were liable to i revoke opposition amt discussion in Tho Senata Ilis course gives color to Liat has been accepted As the fact by Bis friends that he has no ambition for any put it tical preferment beyond his present t re a of office realizing thai any aspirations for a h it Oad term would be hopeless and has de to i tined to Havo As pleasant a time As he can an 1 with As Hittle trouble and jarring us Possi Hii while to remains in the White House. A p Friend of his say to will be entirely Timit after iss i to pass As an sex Presidio it a Ai ministration was respectable and pop a. A. The politicians say that Previti la Arthur having to ambition to succeed himself will let a Able to i exec to much i Huun a Apon the Ileau Licau nomination for Tho in Sideny and that if so disposed and his Power w Wilt idea Joti viciously and skill Lully he Luigi it be Able to control the nomination. In i. Probe Fly not worrying himself about this Jast now. Expo Tino whisky. The Treasury department is informed that the shipments of whisky out of the country to p. Event payment of Tho tax before it is ret ired for consumption has already Bertin. Quot it it Goiner we understand in count Depablo qua Iii to 8, said an official of the internal Revenue Bureau in speaking of it to Day Quot and probably will continue so Long As Liere is Moe v Biak to come out of Bond each month Titan there is demand. I Sui pee the Iii ments will be made each Nion tii As Tiit time approaches for paying the tax. The fact is Congress ought at the last session to have saused the Bill extending the bonded period in of nicely. Thia was the Only thing to do and do decently about the matter. But As it did not the Only thing theae to can do is to Parme the course they Are now four Wing or Pony up the tax Aud wait until Thoy sell to get it where do Yon nude stand that vhf of is Good or Quot some to Europe mom into snads Tea per Liam some to other dec Tipoai Quot Quot and Are there people going to make it pm of to Bear the poet of to reporting the go la abroad Aud Back simply to evade payment of the tax a win not the Cost of More than equal the interest on the taxes Quot Arhat 1 Don t know. The Cost of Tran aporta. Tiou into Canada is not great where it to Tran Imir Ted across the Ocean it is chimed that to tip laity of Tho whisky is improved by Uttof mow is that Quot Don t know i am Andrei i Only know that it is Cia Jed to be the fact then it is not Able that the evaporation i i the Eugi ish Cli Nace might be less than i it Ere Quot the Loaa by Eva Oraton very considerable Quot my. It a so emt that oar Ralea Alker a a Gairing and Al Iowane for Loes up As High an seven and one half Gallons per barrel in a certain Mimler of year Quot the Star Borte trial. Tie criminal court room was Well filled theft Mornini w Hen general Nirady resumed Hia testimony in the Star route trial Hesi Iid new or Ticco were established by the first assistant postmaster general a Sally after Consal Tati a with the second assistant regarding the Cost of service. In a Rae instances however the order was made by the first assistant without Cou a Tilting the second at Distant who wan. Therefore bound of put on service. Witness Des Cril Ted the origin of that i mail Bill system and Eaid he did not write to postmaster ordering him to discontinue their use nor did he behave any such letter was sent from the department he never knew the chief of the inspection division or. Lake to omit to report to him any delinquency on the part of contractors. Lake had a microscopic vision in these matters to wan Fauter of the present inspection system Aud Baa been accused of undue severity the contractors often seeking to have him removed. Jar. Wilt on then renewed his tiie tion regarding collusion or combination with defend ant who h witness denied in the most terms. This concluded the direct e.\aminatioo, and or Bliss let a an the Cross examination. Or. Bliss a howl How Minoh salary the wite i received in his position As inspect or of internal Rev line. Of bijection was made and Bliss exp nine that ii wanted to show that i Tut i its bad gout into the Iofi Ial service in Only i moderate circumstances. The court allowed the inquiry. Tie witness then told he in castes of Moore air a and expedition were made of during his . If the request appear Rua Sou Able he signed his name to the order. Do you mean to say Yon did not consider the it of Nev inquired Bliss. The witness said that it depended altogether ipod circumstances. When they were build ing up the service in the South and re to it ring the broken Down service after Tho War Small attention was paid to Revenna it was not Consi Ilerd in every Case. In the appropriations were divided no Between in ii Way Friar Aud Steamboat service. Thia was on if achieved after persistent efforts and was regarded As a Victory for Tho Star and Steamboat service Over the railroads. The a lilt or <�. I it Iaz. New York March 15.the visit to country of Goa Diaz ex-presid3nt of mex Ico is at the invitation of get Grani Lear i it ing that Gen. Diaz was at Monterey Gea giant invited him by Telegraph to come to new York and the invitation was to a to Ite met at by Louis by or. Potter the recently appointed envoy to Spain Olio was special d detailed by Tho Secretary of Sta o for tha duty. Or. Poster is to escort Tho cd or chiment to thin City where Gen. Graut will give Huiai a dinner to Wlinich a number of prominent have been inv Teil Lineti. L Iaz will Theta pro it j Tai Wasli Ingroia an i pay his resp to l a it it Archur after who Al a he a i Luaiva a tour of tue states. The a a a Uit Quot on the move. Nave York 3iarcli 15.charlo> a. Dana of Thi sign Jeffor org l is Ovici. In to visit his old Friend sex St it Nator so a it ii Canie Roa. The two lad Arr Iii of to Start tiii.week on a trip to Trio South and West but Iho Vii Ira a cd donator receive Jas r Riu a fall that Trio Joi Rincy had neti. Fri , however it to a. It tit n a i it i a w. Cd s. will i. No ii Iii. I it it i i und a number a it a quota it nits. They Viii go to sow or and to by a Onie sufitii�., route to s i Rau Isco. They will be b.<hut a it it \ a itis. Paul a. I it Ina will act As Edi or of i lives a in Iii the abet nce of he father. The mapixet3. A Hirato. Chi a a a. March 1.&Quot. No. 2 who a a a h3/. A March $.07ii 1.073i a tilt May i june bid july bid year. Coli no a to March april , g1 a bid june join in a oats�?41"4c ibid april May 4j to bid Lutie by , sky a bid year live Mav 4 c bid. Povk�?fls.kv.ils.42 it apr Mav $1s.77 oils met june july a year. L�rd�?5f.4 it i it a. 1.%. Mav it Jiu -. Milf. Short Lubs Sam in. May , in a july. \ myrrh i >.-whoat�?n. I reds t Nom Nauy april i a Frt f.indie ?�.i Iida . Yont my a a a co is. I by .1 j it it pc my Vij Bee Cyril no Rau i a. Ltd at a Sie aay a. A Poi 4-ic. Mam a i of Iii ally i w Vorlik. New Youk Maiv i 15. Quot a at i her fairly Active spa Culat v a i ing no. 1 i., no 2 red Mav?. March 51.1 a bid in to ski or , of Kiili a Ive or Iliad. Quot i u spot a a a it lies in Witiw. Of dts a Sci a Etc a Varvi . J . Steady m fam is Levi 1 ii Quot Quot a in w sex trek do pork quiet Aud Ste Idy spot now let Laid a add better team Sotui. m provisions Batter per it Onn egg a per dozen ltdil6c Potkai Bushel 50 a amp pc Sweet pot Ali Poud @10c onions per , alive per dozen chickens dressed per Pouw Turkeya. Alive per Poi my or mme. Per Pound. rms li.? i hoi Ilder so 10@hc pork per Init bait Pei barrel. Is 60hidir let by Flint put or Pound h salted shift Green trl Romert a it. An Trimmel. 6e Ball anal damaged we dealt Kip be Etienn less 39hsm9>ic tallow 7c. Erain wheat re com 4se flax bad. To 00 wooo unwashed kit. L6o Tab and picked ii Clua it

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