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Logansport Weekly Journal (Newspaper) - May 19, 1883, Logansport, Indiana A. A a Gnu it s3 vol. 35.Logansport, Indiana saturday a y 19. 1883.-10 pages. No. 23. A Sage Quot Price Cimic. Rev. Or. Sage formerly of logans port Indium the most Promin rat in Ite Aliat minister in the West a Monal of the editor has recently left the univer Aouate and joined the methodists not As a uni a a Yaliet hot being convinced of the emn of universalism he renounces them and embrace the truth. A Wel it come to All such. Or. S. old co a her in gospel Temperance work. We Tive him the hand. Look for Quot in Tei eating Reading Quot on the subject in the next evangelist. This is an item of news that the universalist of this City will not altogether relish. Or. Sage was a resident of this City for a number of years and pastor of the universalist Church Here. He was regarded As one of the Moat eloquent and effective speakers who have Ever graced the pulpit in this City. He was a forcible Reasoner and a Well posted Man. His action in de parting a cause Thebas by Long and ably upheld is a sur prize to Bis Many friends and they will All undoubtedly regret it. Circuit cd a it. The following cases have been acted on in the circuit court with judge chose presiding in the Case of Broyer Eiliott amp co. Is. John Bead a suit on account a judgment was Given the plaintiff in the sum of 11,387 76. William Sanders Bas been granted a divorce from Nina Sanderin. The Case of Barab a. Richarden is. B. Bultz in which a verdict was a Ven in amp Vor of the defendant Bas Dmn appealed to the supreme court. In the Case of George b. Forgy is. Crisc Iua Sager it al was on trial monday and Given to the jury about 8 o clock in the evening of that Day. The jury was out until 4 o clock tuesday afternoon and disagreed. Abner Thorp John u. Floid and n. Ashley is. Samuel l. Downey and Jasper a. Downey. A verdict in this a was in favor of the plaint if giving them a judgment of $90.92. Bobert Carroll is. The City of Logan port is now on trial. The lecture. Hon. A Butler Colf fax delivered Bis 1 cure on Quot it Jur martyred presidents Quot at the univ realist cur cd last even big for the Benefit of Market Street m. E. Can Rob. The audience waa not la Bat very appreciative and intelligent for its size. The speaker was appropriately Intro used by w. D. Own and entered at once upon the subject of Bis address. This lecture bad been Beard Aud admired in almost every North Kern state. Only recently it was delivered to an Audi Einice of to it Tivious and persons in new York Oty with general Grant presiding Over the meeting and introducing the speaker. The subject matter of the address ii interesting and instructive and at times very eloquent. No Man in All the Natian had better opportunities to study the Cuba Raniere and traits of oar martyred presidents Quot than or. Colfax and few Are More Able to present the results of such study in a More attractive orm. Ingling Eulogy with analysis Aud Lio Grabby with illustrative anecdote and incident he brings Bis hearers to e 38e communion with the illustrious dead whose memory is now to us so Rich a legacy. Hence it is superfluous to add that the lecture was greatly enjoyed by All who heard it. The pity is thit so Many Missel so rare a treat. Comes into pos Esitt in of a neat Purtue. At the present time f. W. St Nib a Young Man Well known in this City realizes that he is one of the very fortunate persons As he Bas fallen heir to a snug Little Fortune. He received no Tive yesterday Taat by the death of an Uncle at dii ton Ohio he would come in for a third interest of a Fortune of near f.50,000. Mgt it. Smith at pre Santis acting As a Hostler for Weaver a Kroe Ger. He a however f a a great portion of his life been in the hotel business and was for some time runner Fox the Barmett House. When Young this Uncle George Smith of Dayton to it a him to raise and for May years he made his Home there living on a farm with his relative. He later come to this City and lived Here a number of years. About five years ago he went to Paris Illinois and was in the hotel business there until a few months a of when he return and to the City of Bridges Bis first love. Or. Smith intends to invest his neat inheritance in some Good Safe business and with this for a nest egg accumulate a Fortune to take care of him during his decline in years after he Baa braved the storms of life and reached his three Acore years. Or. Smith is a Young Man of about Twenty three and will not let this turn of Fortune s wheel get away with his Good sense. Eleven Diaks. Editor last monday morning eleven men Middle aged and Young were arraigned in the Mayon court under the charge of being drunk and disorderly on the previous Day. Such arraignments Are very common on monday and other mornings but the number of persons on this occasion was larger than is usual. The men had spent All their Money on their ree Quot and could be punished Only by sending them to jail. Hence they were sentenced and marched to the hotel de Snyder to be kept As the guests of the county about ten Days at an expense to the tax payers of about $75. They were Labouring men who bad been employed upon the Vandalia Extension work and by their imprisonment each of them lost ten Days work Worth say $15. Or an aggregate of 1165. Their Quot spree Quot Cost them in Cash expended an aggregate of not Lees then $25,making a total waste of 1265 some of them perhaps were Heads of families whose families will suffer during the idleness of the bread Winner or be forced to ask for help from the Chita ble. Surely it is evident and undeniable that much harm has resulted to these men and to the Community from this spree of the eleven is there any Good in the matter to offset the Manifest harm is is not Clear on the contrary that the evil resulting from these Quot eleven drunks Quot is a Hundred fold greater than All the Good that flows from a years Sale of intoxicating liquors As a beverage in All Tae saloons of the City no attempt is Ever made to show the benefits of liquor Selling and liquor drinking and no advocate of the liquor trafic will make an Effort to deny the unmitigated moral social economic and political wrongs and evils of such cases As that of the Quot eleven drunks Quot yet such cases Are occurring everyday and everywhere All Over this land. It is a most amazing contradiction of our boasted civilization Aud Progress that such a state of affairs exists and flourishes under the Sanction and Protection of Law. Viewed from the standpoint of its work and results the Saloon is Only Ana always a destructive curse and yet it rules Over the people and is mightier than the Law. The Quot eleven drunks Quot Are punished at the expense of a sub Stan Tal Tosato the Community but the adorn that made the drunks Quot on sunday in de Flange of the Law prohibiting the Sale of liquor on that Day Are not even measured. Human life was put in peril on that Day at Une of those Law defying saloons of some of those liquor crazed Quot drunks Quot but the current comment expresses Only sympathy for the Saloon keeper Aud condemnation for the victims of the inc Jour traffic. If the saloons were a Good thing abuse ii by excesses there might be some excuse for sym Abby with them Aud dete Stati jul of their brutalized victims but bile it is so Clear that the Sale of liquor As a beverage is Only and wholly a destructive evil the spoons must Bear the chief responsibility for All Quot drunks Quot and their const i Deuce i. When Law making communities fully realize and appreciate this fact of their relation to the liquor traffic saloons will cease to make Quot flunks Quot to be up Aisbet at a loss Aud expense to Feu ii communities. it has remained for a Lafayette Man to produce the most wonderful invention of the age. La other words Lafayette s inventive Genius Bas Rou from its lethargy Aud at once promises to take its place in the fore Moi let rank. Thurst Martin a Man employed in one of the West Side Mills at that place has invented an electric front door lock without key Bole or key which is a wonder. You can set it when you go to the Lodge so that if a sober Man touches it it will ring the Bell and Knock Bim Down but when you come Home at 2 a. M. Well corned it opens noiselessly to the touch lights the Hall lamp pus off your boots winds your watch helps you upstairs and paralyses your wife s Tongue till you get to sleep. Thurst is a member of the Lodge and knows it will Supply a Long Felt want. General Carnaban states that the f a lowing companies have signified their intention of being present at the state Encampment to be held at Indianapolis Mckee cadets Thompson s zouave and company a first regiment Indiana legion All of Terre haute company c first regiment Indiana Veteran legion Lafayette company h first pigment Indiana Veteran legion Delphi Battery a first regiment Light artillery. Indianapolis Battery i first regiment l get artillery Columbus Battery f first regiment Light artillery Rochester Miller grenadiers Richmond Evansville cavalry Evans the Indianapolis Light infantry Richard on zouave and Tecumseh rifles la Dia Napolia. Joa Raal trifle. A Rise in the Price of wheat is predicted by some of our local Grain dealers. Trying to Lead a 112 existence on an s8 salary is what is troubling some of Logansport s Young men. It requires sciences for a new beginner of tobacco chewing to spit Clear of his shirt front or bit a Spittoon. The present cold spell of weather nipped in the Budd several picnic parties that Rould have ventured Forth this week. The season is rapidly drawing nigh when the ceilings of saloons and meat markets will Hae to be draped with scalloped tissue paper for Fly roosts. A perfect female foot should always be one seventh of the owner s eighth. The lady who is five few it three inches thigh should have a foot nine inches Long. A certain Young Man of Logansport remarked yesterday that if the weather did not get warmer be would be compelled to have Bis overcoat painted. The Sale of curtains is said to t e unprecedented in this City during the past two weeks. A very pretty design in the curtain line Bas a landscape scene very neatly painted on them. alarm. The american alarm company made a proposition to the City Council last evening to replace the present alarm with their Complete system for Fie sum of of 509. The matter was referred to the committee who will investigate the , Waich i considered by experts As past repair. The Gamewell in eur ones soul opera tion in Many of our neighbouring cities and the committee wiil in All probability visit Peru where the alarm has been working Eine isso before making a report. of the Opic Ion that the earlier attention Given to the Surjeet aul the sooner decisive action is taken by the by until the better pleased the major ii. Of the people will be As the water works Board called the attention of a the Council last evening to the necessity of Furnita big them with some accurate alarm Ebert by they can regulate the pressure in Case of . The Gamewell company will allow the City 1400 for the old apparatus making the real coat to ital City f5,100. For this sum they propose to use Cedar poles thirty five feet Long the Best steel and galvanized not. 9 . The itemized Cost of the material is As follows 17 signal boxes at $150, f2 550 5 signal gongs at $150, too i Large Bell striker skin Plater $600 2 Gallou Meten poles cro9<arms, Etc the supreme in it go ship. Indianapolis Journo Quot toe prominent mention of the name of judge Frazer in connection with the supreme judgeship coupled with perplexity of the govenor in deciding which of the two names to choose Bas Given the impression that he was an applicant for the position which was not the ease. Neu the supreme judgeship was made vacant by the promotion of judge Woods the came of judge Fra ser was immediately suggested for the place and his appointment was urgently recommend by a very Large number of his friends representing nearly All Parte of the state. When the announcement was made in the journal last Friday upon information from the governor that would be that morning and that it was probable that either j Edge Fraser or judge Hammond would be co in the f Rmer s impulse upon Reading the item was to at once Telegraph governor Porter that he did not desire the position but be ref raid thinking it unnecessary. Judge Fra ser had no idea of it King application for office but had recommended the appointment of a Friend. It is claimed that judge Fraser could not have been influenced under any conditions to have accepted the position if it had been tendered Bim. B non pm Reyka i a Nai lion. Last Eveni in tie marriage of or. Robert Humphreys and miss Anna djo Aldson youngest daughter of Hon. John Donaldson City try a a user was solemnized at the residence of the Bridge s father Rev. E. S. Scott officiating. Or. Humphreys a one of the journal Force and enters into the matrimonial ship with the Best wishes of his co workers. He is a frs class Man in every respect and one of the most popular Young men in the City. His Haiming Bride wants no introduction to the citizens of in sport she is to the Manor bom and by her modest retiring disposition has endeared herself to Many i ends who heartily wish her Good Speed and a of Easau voyage through the new life she has just entered into. A Small number of the More particular friends and relatives were present to witness the ceremony. The presents were numerous and tasty. Robert the journal wishes Yon and your Bonny Bride a Long life of happiness and usefulness. And in the years to come when the Quot Silver threads among the Gold Quot speak o you plainer than words of the eternity Liat is fast hastening May you look Back through the fading years to the Bright and hollowed eve when the Man of god uttered the words Quot i pronounce you Man and wife Quot As the epoch in your life. Apr lbs Creek. The Young people in the Vicinity of Spring Creek Clay township gave a very interesting and instructive entertainment at Brush College school House May 5,1883, in the form of an exhibition. Notice had been Given several weeks previous and As a matter of consequence oui that eventful even no Quot Long Ere the set of Sun Quot crowds might be seen wending their Way Over the Hills in almost every direction toward the College Quot until the House was filled to Over flowing. A Trio of musicians were present consisting of messes. Mclucas Rush and Thompson who rendered some very Fine music for Tae occasion. Or. L. M. Funk acted As manager and w. E. Pratt As assistant. The skill with which the p r Gram me was arranged and executed was such As to do Honor to al therein a a Demtd. When the hour for duty arrived a single tap of the Beli tiled the crowded Bouse i it order and the exercises began with a recitation by a ifs Vania Funk emitted Quot the Village Bell Quot after which was a Huetis Ioa of dialogues re Citati Iii $.ermons, stump speeches Etc., tii tred m Sucu a manner a to show the Energy and the determination of the Young people of the neighbourhood. The exercises lasted until a late hour and notwithstanding the a casual beat of the evening All we it Home feeling that they bad been Ful y awarded for fave ring these Good people with Belr presence. As column. Our motto we reef finite no North �9 Obush no Wert and. Abw Quot a the crowd 0/ cur order our country Ted edited by Johh e. Hot a it Kizia to Esq America proceed log. Bonne Borche. A Romance of War. A dds Over Wimunc every 1 the Psi ullity that tiie would jul Rlph bad Jast Aie Union Victory on t for a i a Joi Irna. It was in the dark Day of the late rebellion. And a Clond of gloom and a Pense Hodr Over almost every Home in the land. Confederate cause been destroyed by on the bloody elem of Gettys Dorg. On a Bea Tifal the baath morn Ink immediately after Tala to Fri blk Battle a Yonng Man or used in the garb of Bine and wearing the uniform of a Luu meant was Riding arts my throne a Wootton one of the routhers a a tates. This dense Wood with its bean tits Fol Irige Ricu velvet carpet and Lux Burlant growth of Flowers seem More enchanting to Ruk r than a chapter Iroku the arabian nig its. Emerging from the , the rider was passing through an pin tie it or Clearing at the other end of vhf cd Lay a snug Vine covered cottage at the sigm of this unpretentious though love in Jittie domicile a Turill of boy Aud rapture shot through the heart of the rider a for it was Home Sweet blessed Home with its ions sorrows Aud adversities. There face ii id meet a tender wife a dear Nio thir and three Loving Little c Hildren. He Spur ii uis horse Forward. He bad waited a Long Liue now he would Good clasp the dear ii s he loved so Well to his heart in a Ion Etc brei a. But it was not to of. To it rider s Zelig Tiitu reverie was Sud i Only by Finiel of a s Vej d command to Quot Gjalt Quot Rise rank a out on tie still morning but the rider ii eded it not instead he a open a flt it award at a Breakneck Speed. Two of death Quot bellied Ortli their Leaden contents. The horse rushed Impett of ily Onward Bat its rider fell to Rise no More he had found the serenity of de Ith Ami was asleep la t lie window a Ess Palace of Cit Vuitink for to a Laurel that decks the by a a of the depict Aud sleeping Brave. That afternoon two Little children went out to tiie Woods from the Cabin to gather ower8 for they went a Long merrily talking and laughing and Wou it Ier bag now ions it would be till papa would come Home again. On they wandered until they reached the woo Ltd at the Uriber Enid of the Clearing. Little Robbie was in Advance mid came Ead Denly upon the Corpse of a dead Soldier. Quot by Here s a great big Man nere Quot he said. Quot hoho Quot be laughed joyfully a few moments later Quot it s papa come Home. Wake up papa and come to the but the older child understood the of the Clise the better. Mer screams speedily brought the Osiier members of the family to thespot. A a soon the fond wife and doting Mottier were a feeling in speech less a ish be a the dead son and husband. I be of this sad but True narrative Are As Fri a Irvey Oneo the res i Ansof sent cry al the beginning uie rebel on enlisted under the stars s if gets a though the surrounding regi in was entirely sym Patnet in with the South n a use yet he remained Loyal to the Flag of h s fati icis in Defiance of the ban a int in letter that Law lets Region. He bad done ser Iceni Theca i Ity Ofa so omit Ault a spy for co Onel Yarneld. When he dive Humphrey marshal oat of Kentucky. He had a Rifle l Aion and finally found Bim Seif under to eneral Mead at the murderous Battle 0. Gettysburg. Immediately after this Bittie be was promoted for a Gallant and meritorious he Mon made application to the proper officers fora Siuert leave of absence to Vhiet Bis beloved Fame y again for be bad been borne once to visit to those be loved having crept through the rebel lines to show himself in the proud array or a Union Soldier. It was an utter impossibility to Grant him Bis wish at that time but he was Tols to wait two weeks and then at the expiration of that time be would be granted a fort no kit s leave. His longing Tor Home however gained the Ascendancy Over his discretion and be resolved to escape through the lines make his Way borne stay a Short time and Retarn with of it s absence b ing made known. Vain Del Tive Hope he was gone but a few Livors when his desertion was announced at Headquarters. Two soldiers were immediately dispatched j after the deserter. His Fate it As death no matter whether he returned or resisted. He anew the penalty full Weil. Under the Stern code of War he bad seen others cherish. He could sri Enderud die the death of a Soldier or resist and die the Igno minions death of a traitor. He chose the latter alternative. Hlf Fate has already been recorded. The above be is a True one and Warela Ted to the writer by a i who was a a painted with tin i aril liars. Brave Soldier i Leepon who re you lie in the soil of i Southland. A Steep of with the Consolation Taat the Flag for Wirich 3 of fought and died Waves Over your grave. Sleep on until the great Revaj e Call you to marshal yet our i where Iii a a real Captain Coni Mao do tue Luino Tui Liott. Roa it Wieoa. Hall of Ervin Graphos no. S45. Poplar Grove i��d., May 12, �3 under the Cai of Quot Gug Geatons for the Good of the order the worthy Steward a. J. Forget introduced the following card of thanks which upon motion sustained by second was unanimously adopted 1. Ervin Orange no. 345 hereby heartily tender to the editor of the journal of Logansport ind., their decere thanks for the Liberal space they live generously Given us in their Ezo agent Paner the Quot weekly journal Quot for the purpose of a Grange and agricultural department. We much prefer to have a hearing through the county papers than through our own special periodicals which would in a measure exclude the circulation of the former because the county press i the people s press and it is Only through that Prees that the people can have a full and important hearing on any question they being almost excluded from the great political Jotun als of the country. We urge every Farmer whether he is a Granger or not to give a generous support by a use Cristion and influence to his county paper when Liat paper is ready to give Bim a hearing Aud we believe that few county papers will refuse Farmers that privilege when they ask for it and properly use the favor granted them. A. J. Turley master. J a in e. Hopkins Sec y. Corr Spon Decee. Sharp s Mills Harrison March 8-Ji, / John e. a your favor of the 20ih of feb. Received and read before our Grange last saturday. The idea of making acquaintance by letter was a new one and elected remarks from several resulting in the election of sister Vina Charley a Young Imit a shall miss my guess if you do not see something from her pen in the before Long. Only timidity will hinder As i know her to be fully competent she having favored our Grange with several essays also letters when sick or away a rom Rome. She however insisted that i should maintain the correspondence already begun with you. Among the remarks your let or occasioned was this that we would now feel a pleasing interest in any thing we might read from Eric grate be or even Cass county by reason of the acquaintance you no doubt will be inter a cited a what you May hear from Tiea Sant Alley Grange or Harrison Cuury. Now i Hope to a Rte to your Grange through you once h Timon to until tii Quot National Grange convenes is iat1?, and Thieu cake you by the band and Complete cur your wild cats Are sufi evently domesticated bring them along for we must make a Good i How at the National Grange. Our Grange meets in a school Boule. Int eed we have but t be Ball in the county. We held an open is auge two weeks ago at night the House was nearly Lull mostly Young people. The president i the Hii Frisou county agriculture id society honoured a with his presence. Our lecturer who is Secretary of the above society presented the question for discussion which was Quot what agricultural organization is of most importance to the Farmer the question for last regular meeting was Quot the duty of it was quite evident from remarks made that one duty at least was to talk to our neighbors of the benefits to be derived by becoming members especially the social and intellectual benefits to like Young persons of Botn sexes. Our Young members seem to enjoy the Grange More than the older ones. Col. Ben. Q. A. Gresham has recently been appointed Deputy for this county. We Are also making arrangements to have Bro. C. L. Whitney with us. So you see we Are taking Stepa to move Onward. We have 9 members under 26 years of age. 2 under 15, and about 6 Over 50. Only 24 altogether and Only 15 of that number women. Write again. Fraternally yours Joseph p. Louden. Death of the master of West Virsinia stat Gning. We take the following melancholy intelligence from the american Grange bulletin of the 10th inst Quot it becomes our sad duty to announce the death of our worthy brother Aad master of West vhrgnia.6tate Orange. The following is received just As we go to press Abbt Virginia state Grange bbl Start s office Philippi w. Va., May 8,1883, worthy brother a it is my sad Daty a it inform you of the death of our worthy state master col. R Ibert w. Baylor which took place on the 2d int. At his Home in a Flenon county. Fraternally Jab. E. Hair Bec y. Thompie i to Tel of Baltad Rrth . Faaao Movita. Ry., Kag the trial of said wed Ariay mom log with or. Denny continuing for thl of Section. Next came Hon.joabhma-1mm, who was last to plead the cause i Hia Friend or. Phil b. Thompson. The ence in the court room of mrs. Davis did i prevent the speaker from using language thou Idi it was Porte Eha Fesh it it listed and flowery. It was severe in the arraignment of Davis and in picturing the heinous less of his crime. The weeping of mrs. Walter Davis a a Fhelt at Aud likened to the argument was very Alfet Ting. The eloquence of the speaker and the adroit Nasa with which he arraigned and presented tha testimony had the same effect upon the court As it did upon the jury. Con Imp wealth s attorney a shuck closed the argument for tie prosecution and the ease in a Peteh of an hour s length i which be attempted to prove that Jessie Buok Iier was not Only the cause of the killing but she it waa who concocted the entire where a Purso Ance of her avowed purpose of having ramp it Venge upon them and to get Walter Davis and Bis wife separated. At 2 40 p. M. The cafe went to the jury. When eighty Uio tites bad elapsed the jury came in. Quot bees Uliey crime Quot was Lii Speed and Phil Thompson s friends crowded Aroul him. Colonel Jacobs premised him closely in his Strong right Arm while on the other Side sat lits father Ashen Pale with emotion and excitement. The jury answered to Ali or Sauas Ami when the judge Sketl have the jury agreed upon a verdict Quot suit Ali stress the Foreman res bonded Quot we have. Quot what is your Venlo cd Quot Quot we. The jury find Philip b. Trio Nippon .ir., not guilty As charged in the then there wont up stitch a shout As has not be heard in tie Oil court House since to in trays before the War. Men shed Dorwani to Thompson and a Bundi so stood waiting to shake his hand. During the confusion the voice of Thompson rang out Quot thank god Kentucky wives can Law face protected Quot when order waa restored the judge discharged the peso her and adjourned e it Urt till monday next and the crowd dispersed May with tears Tirdil eyes. The markets Crain and Provis Loaa. Csc ago. May 17. Quot pm Market quiet Good to Fanoy win it to a t4.7s�s.oo Good to fancy Wetter sri Imp Eji Traa. �4.0005.75 Patent Msj Ottja by flour. 16003.75. Grain a treat. No. F red Winter. no. S Ufa a ejected do. Too no. A a Lute a to reject my ate Sale by Murple free on Board at �1.16 for no. % pm no. S Spring a old at �lj09k�1.10h no. To Sec Eales by Mun pie on track at Fotio for retort and. And a cell a for no. 3 free on Board at a a for rejected regular no. S closed at a lax for May �1.ux for june flu for july for a Jurat al i for september and Oetker. h Lmh for year. Ooms higher. Closi pc Tom May june. 67c july to a Trust. Etc september Thoc year. Fisc Ilika mixed sold at Rosie no. S. Cash. Citrin at Soi a new Hitro mixed 57%es�c new Mixhwl. M44� a pc of to location. Oates higher. Carlou is 2 in store 41>c May closed at Ilsc run. July. 41sie Aust. Obj year. Abt it. 2 White on track sold at pm so Quot to. M i in to a rejected White 44vfc ii it pc mixed 4aa43c. no. 3 a Kaiui it Fay. Ii of june closed at so Kuiv. Of c Bill Here Clad on track. Sic. Lin Ritya it for kit ii Raj Octiva for Saiani ii w thial Ltd a no. O on track at i is 111 acid futures Petit it Ujj aug 1 it a Rural. Iho visions of is pork closing prices ? c i i for May #19.47 it i it Junit for july a i -. a Orvist Tor sep , for the year. Lasdo it iut i at for and form amp a ill it f ll.<0-ror june hl.u7i it ail .d4 july �11>7 set of 11."� for a inst �11.� for Litt min a. Und for the year. Brute he ref ambry. A Rood to fancy. Viste in Rory. A Rood a it i Faircy. 14ii2r. Kou 101.14. C Kresky full Frumin. Stood to Pait Quot Fiat. A al a. £6fcith jxl7o to Ltd Rush. Vew York May 57. ? .icflij.inv. Vice heavy Uius Imsu Tali d lower fair Trade in of Tiff ii no. 1 White. no. 2 rid june. �.2p. July a Sta aude ust , september. Con a a furher riot mixed Testara spot. Etc c future. A i it. Oats a Shade utter Western. 480me. Provision so beef quiet and Ucb Amajied. Pork quiet and my daily held a pot new my Lara unsettled and Power a of a a Lee ered. . Butt Kkt Dir. Of a liar Western 10qsr>� Civit\, Quot a. I it ski a Hsii it a i it it Kog a a i Jinn 17c. I . Of. May in. T i. In �1.11 no. A it i Kkt i -.�. U ,. No. It red Kaaa. i .liu.e. Quot july or Aurum i. Ter a a i ,$1.1-5% no. A . Cirss i Quot it it to v. 6v a a other fun turf a it stud we no Grade. Mhz no. 2. 4l c. I of Droit. Mich. May it. A Lour i m i Ai t a. What dui in. J . Stinek $1.� juy. Aii in get. So Pumi Ter �1.12 Tio in Tol or. �1.1� no. A re �ia4h to. U . Coamo Uii no. I. Quot ii by. Oath let a t , 44 a no. 2 White a a live Stock. Ltd r a it to. May 17. Cattle cd rms i Mim Raucci at �4.16 for a Tockert $4ji.jd turf fur Loire and at in get it fed Bulla. H008�?sale� Nenfred of Tom the Lucht pack no and Scalp Piner for Radii 9�.ll�r4l for fair to Good heavy Nav Kier. And fam f7.a8#7.47h for Good to Etholee Emeott Wei a App info a ram. A a by Kkt a a Burket due and nominal Tio Canalport May 17. Provision Rotter. Per Mandu Lee ecu per Olsen. 141�� Fout Oaas per Bazael. A 940o a wet potato Poi Umi Union Par to Maheu 7�� calf loan Auve per Joan a a a a a a a Bieksas or mid per Poan a me turks a. Allie Par Pound a Duktig did had per Pound by by Lokk dry Flint per Pound. 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