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South Haven Sentinel (Newspaper) - May 20, 1876, South Haven, MichiganMy vol. Fez. Risk my it a no my a South Haveko ch., a a jul a Quot 20, 1876. 3sto a a Inis Tai pow bytes of a jew York has requested All its members to preach historical discourses on or before july 4. The British government has decided to entertain favourably the request for Nam maty to the Irish political prisoners. The French Squadron ordered a Sale Nica numbers 91 guns and 1,270men the German Squadron 90 guns and 3,000 men. A i r if is Laid the British resident at Zanzibar tins negotiated a treaty with the Sultan for the entire abolition of the slave to my or a i Xian but the entire bus Inose portion of the town of Darlington 8. C., Baa been burned. Loss ewer #190,000�?partially insured. The com and provision firm of Turner Krofft amp Strong of Bristol eng., have tailed. Liabilities Between #400,000 and la the Eastern Trade at Lon Don have failed. Their about �70,090 each. Liabilities arc the Nevada delegates to the National democratic convention Are for Tilden As their first and Thurman As their second Choice for president. Prince auers Kro who recently fought a Duel at Prague with count Kai a rat has a tied from the effect of the wounds he received. We. H. Bahuth Hub been elected by the Connecticut legislature to fill the unexpired term of the late senator ferry in the United states Senate. Notice is Given that counterfeit tens on the state Bank of Terre haute ind., and fives on the first National Bank of Louisville ky., have been put in circulation. By the explosion of a coals Oil lamp while Startire a fire at Dayton Ohio a few morning we it mrs. Mathias Glazer and her child were terribly burned the child fatally. Bagdad dispatches state that from the 16th to the 22d of april there were 336 deaths from the plague in that City. At Hillah during the same period there were 159 deaths. . Pier Pont has denied the application for Panton commutation or delay in the cases of Maguire and Mckee of St Louis under sentence for conjuring to defraud the Revenue. Judge Bok Max at Beaver Utah has continued the Mountain Meadow Case to the first monday in August the prisoner let being admitted to bail la the sum of $15,000 and Dame in the sum of $20,000. Key. Or. R. $. Stokes has resigned the presidency of the american congregational i Nion. On account of the action cd the advisory Council in the Beecher Case. Kev. Or. A. S. Barnes has been Den Ted the and accepted the position. Go. Von Hollyn City collector of Chicago is said to be a defaulter to the amount of $100,000, and he has left the country. Gambling and unlucky private speculations with the City a Money Are bid to have been the cause of his Down fall. The european Powers interested have demanded of Turkey the execution of the murderers of the French and German consuls at Sale Nica indemnification to their families a solemn Salute to the French and German flags and a guaranty Atra inst similar massacres. The question of the admission of coloured in it Testant episcopal congregations to representation which had agitated the South Carolina diocese for two or three years was recently settled after a warm discussion in the diocesan convention at Charleston by the rejection of the application of St. Marks Church for admission. A majority of clergy favored the application but it was rejected by the Vota of the Lay delegates. The annual meeting of the american Bible a society was held in new York City a few Days ago. The receipts from All sources during the year were #527,198 expenditures .f599j81, a pc luding the balance on hand in May 1875. There is a till a balance of $8,980. During the year 876.770 Bibler Frere published and 850,-470 . The society circulated the Bible in Twenty foreign countries during the year and had it printed in nearly As Many languages. The Huttt a Row Sriry will be held on the 16th of May 1877, in Philadelphia. The Michigan state Republican convention in session at grand rapids on the 10th, elected delegates to the National Republican coat Matiea an chose a state heat Fil Cut Nortee Tzib resolutions Aro very Brief mid consist mainly fac a request that the delegates act in Harmony with Republican principles and so far As possible As a unit they conclude As follows a while ire Are willing to Vamp ire personal preference delegates net Tyrer consent the commit Repulja Icari principles to Asly Standard bearer of Dob Dolful position or who does not in is on character afford Assurance of the practice of Economy honesty and purity in All matters of the delegates Are said to Eland on the presidential question As follows for Bristow 7 Blaine it Morton 1 Hayes 2 non Oom Matte a a Brevity is a lost Art Bat it is the fault of time that writers or speakers casual be Brief. The is too mud to say because too Many things have happened since the world started. In the beginning Adam and eve could talk As concisely As the ten commandments thera were no old great frauds to Fuote from no precedents no remembrance on the pert of Adam of his mothers cooking. With the first couple Brevity was the soul and body of wit and there wore no words to waste. A were Mem . A a sen Francisco millionaire Baa carpeted the Eta he in is stable and Weald like it if my by reas Weald sleep on fifty Dollar bsds is. a step Between the horse and the male. A a River of Ink Baa been discovered in Algeria. If that country was Large enough what a Paradise it would be for top poof. Eht0m� it fat week. Condensed telegraphic news. The Wisconsin state Greeh Buck convention was held at Madison of the 10th. Delegates to the Indianapolis National convention were selected and presidential electors Cohoon Resolution were adopted favor fog an exclusive government currency inlay convertible into government Bonfil of Long Totne and Low interest at the option i the Holder the repeal of the specie resumption act the withdrawal of National Bank circulation a Tariff for Revenue Only fire egad non Setari amp a Public schools and general civil service Reform. The Greenback state convention of Iowa met at Des Moines on the 10th and selected delegates to the Indi Szapolis convention. Resolutions were adopted favouring greenbacks the withdrawal of National Bank circulation making the National currency inter convertible in adv Sabic a i present and the matter was left to a committee with instruction to Call a nominating convention in August if it was deemed advisable. It was stated in the London daily Telegraph of the 11th Itiat the English ambassador at constantinople had informed the government that the situation in Turkey was extremely critical. A violent outbreak of which christians would become victims was Kokely to occur at any moment. The Prince of Wales met with an enthusiastic reception on his arrival in England on the 10th, from his trip through India. A meeting was held in Plymouth Church Brooklyn on the evening of the 10th, to consider the report recommending the expulsion of or. Bowen for a a prevarication and other such in the course of the proceedings or. Beecher made the assertion that All his troubles with or. Bowen grew out of business matters whereupon tie latter said no Man but a Lunatic could imagine that he Bowen could Trump up charges against or. Beecher. The latter exclaimed a i am charged with a monstrous crime a and or. Ward editor of the Independent a added a a and you arc guilty of a cry to a put him out was then raised and he Ward was expelled from the room. The motion Tor the expulsion of or. Bowen was then Laid on the table until the next meeting on the evening of the 18th. / w. Childs publisher of the Ali Ladelphia Public Ledger gave a reception to president Grant and his party on the evening of the 10th, which is said to have been a magnificent affair. Dom Pedro the emperor of Brazil and the Empress were among the guests of the occasion. Constantinople dispatches of the 12th state that a general panic prevailed in that City. The Mahon Means were the fattening All greek and americans bidding them prepare for immediate death. Travellers were leaving and european residents were sending away their families. A Sale Nica Telegram of the same Date says the bodies of the murdered consuls the excitement of the Maho Medan population being so great that it would be dangerous to attempt a funeral until the arrival of troops and additional men of War. M. Ricard the French minister of the Interior died at Paris on the 12th, of heart disease. The emperor and Empress of Brazil left Philadelphia on the 12th for St. Louis in Routs for new Orleans. The ten Days for which Winslow was recommitted having expired the application for his release was renewed on the 13th. It was opposed by the government and he was recommitted for ten Days longer. The attorney general said i hair if Secretary fishes answer to lord Derby a note had not then been received the would not raise any further objection to his Case. Advices from slavonic sources state that a Battle was fought on the 12th. Near Besses in which 700 turks and 100 insurgents were killed. The turks at Scutari had a Celebration Over the murder of the German and French consuls at Sale Nica. To United states Treasury department paid out up to the 13th int the sum of #4,421,000 in the new Silver Coin in Exchange for fractional currency. The new York evening port of the 13th states that the Rev. Or. Taylor had peremptorily refused to hear or. Bowens private Story about or. Beecher. Or. Taylor says a a a responsibility which May be properly and constitutionally assumed by a Mutual Council should not be Laid upon any one Man and therefore 1 am constrained to decline the request which has been made to a London dispatch of the 18th states that the British Fleet in the Mediterranean had been ordered to rendezvous immediately at Smyrna in View of the possible Oriental difficulties. A Naples Telegram of the same Date Saya two More italian Iron Clad under vice Admiral Viry bad gone to Sale Nica. A largely attended mass meeting was held in Philadelphia on the evening of the 13th, at which speeches were made and resolutions passed denouncing the action at tie Centennial commissioners in closing the exposition buildings on sundays. Owl. Thompson the mayor of Liverpool eng., is dead. B. H. Campbell United states marshal at Chicago has Raftin ded to miss Ada Sweet the sum of $2,106, being the amount paid to him by Kef on or. Blakely a account. Or. Says that at the time the payments were made to him by miss sweat for or. Blakely he was entirely ignorant of the oct that they were made in oops iteration of her receiving the appointment of pension agent As or. Blakely so my or but supposed mias Sweet was Sci no is or business agent in Pey if Bis debt la him Gamp Bell i to House judiciary committee or Washington began the Blaine investigation on the 15th, and the testimony of John s. Harrison waa Given connecting or. By none with the #94,900 in Arkansas other eve Deuce wag Given partially corroborative and partially contradictory. Col. Thomas a. Scott gave the details of the transactions relating to the Bonds in question and stated that he had no knowledge nor belief whatever that or. Blaine had anything to do with them. A special dispatch of the 15th from Sioux City Iowa to the Chicago inter Ocean says a a from letters received Here to Daga rom the Trude 11 Brothers and others who went from Here to the Black Hills two months ago it appears that the situation there at the present time la anything but encouraging. As warm weather approaches the Indiana become More troublesome and those who could not do prospecting on account of the Frost before and have been waiting Lor the season to Advance to give the country a thorough test Are prevented from going a Rod from their Camps on account of hostile indians who hover around at All hours and kill All who venture out. Letters also report a great Scarcity of pro Charley Riba ence of Gold there in paying quantities a a recent Athens Greece dispatch says the Stirks and greeks were each concentrating an army of observation on the Frontier. Great agitation prevailed in Crete. V a Sale Nica telegrams of the 16th say that fifty four Mussulman concerned in the recent outrages there had been arrested and would be tried for the murder of the French and German consuls. Dispatches from new Orleans and Summit miss., on the 15th report serious troubles lie tween the Whites and negroes in West Feliciana Parish near the Mississippi line. On the night of the 12th about thirty negroes went to the store of a White Man in the Vicinity of Laurel Hill and called him of the door and riddled him with bullets. A posse from Bayou Sara went out on saturday for the body. The negroes would not give it up and a fight ensued and three negroes and three White men were killed. The county was said to be ablaze with excitement. All the Whites were armed and saddled. Acting gov. Antoine had received information that seventeen coloured men were killed and Many others wounded. He had applied to Gen. Augur for military Aid to quell the disturbances. The report of these troubles was considered in Cabinet meeting in Washington on the 16th, and As a result Secretary Taft was instructed by the president to order Gen. Augur to use the military according to his own discretion in protecting officers of the state or the United states in the performance of their legitimate duties and to do All in his Power to prevent bloodshed and Lawless violence. The conference of the Republican reformers assembled in new York on the 15th. Or. Woolsey was chosen president. About 300 delegates were present. A committee was appointed with Carl Schurz As chairman to devise a plan to a a remedy existing evils and preserve the National Honor a which committee on the 16th, reported a lengthy address to the citizens of the United states which was unanimously adopted by the conference. A Resolution was adopted that the conference make no presidential nomination. Hitt Eftax Stew Kwa on the 8th, at East Saginaw Hamtil daughter of John Scanlon proprietor of the Scanlon hotel while pitying about Dre House fell into a Cistern and was drowned. The Michigan Republican state convention met at grand rapids on the 10th. Nearly every county was represented end 400 delegates pie in attendance chairman of the state Central commit called the convention to order and hot Sumner Howard waa chosen Tea Poi chairman and Hon. W. Livingston Dent with one vice president Fra a congressional District. The following chosen delegates to the National com Tion at Large Al p. Baldwin of we w. A. Howard of Kent d. L. Mason and j. J. Woodman of Van alternates Ebenezer j. John p. Hoyt of Tuscola w. J. Hillsdale Chas. K. Holland of Hei first District w g. Thompson i Etfer. Al Eraste Alfred Ruseau. Kerchner. Second it. A. Bee Wigton forty fourth Congress. Friday May 12.�?in the Senate a communication was received from the commissioner of the District of Columbia stating that no discrimination exists in the management of the White and coloured schools in the District and that no National legislation is required to secure Equality in the schools. Adjourned to the 15th in the House or. Cox was elected speaker Ero Tern. During the continued absence of or. Err. Whose leave of absence was extended for ten Days. The Post Offlee appropriation Bill was considered in committee of the whole and several amendments were disposed of. A partial report was m<1e from the committee on printing on the subject of the govern rent printing office stating that the congressional Printer has made overcharges for work none by him paid excessive prices through middlemen for supplies ett., Etc. And recommending a Resolution for his indictment and prosecution and for the abolition of the government printing office. Saturday May 13.�?Senate not in session in the House a paper was sent to the clerks desk by or. White of Kentucky containing a full history of the charges against doorkeeper Fitzbugh showing him to have been indicted and tried in Kentucky for arson and conspiracy larceny and perjury. Or. White also had read a letter from or. Pitzhugh to a Friend in Texas giving a ludicrous account of his experience As doorkeeper. A Resolution declaring that it is the sense of the House that 6. H. Fitz High is not a proper person to hold the position of doorkeeper and that he be forthwith dismissed from that office in View of the foolish letter above mentioned was. After a 1, no discussion referred to the on rules. The Post office appropriation Bill wee further considered in committee of the whole. Monday May 15.�?bills were passed in the Senate House Bill appropriating 9 000 to defray the expense of the select committee a blunted to investigate Federal office House Bill Amend the act to encourage the growth of Timber on the Western Prairies with amendments House Bill to extend the time to pc emptor on Public lands. The question of jurisdiction in the Belknap impeachment Case was considered in secret resolutions were adopted he the House calling for reports end correspondence As to the whisky ring prosecutions Sod the dismissal of John b. Henderson As special counsel for the government Etc. Among the Bills introduced were to establish s new Boundary line Between the 8tates of Missouri and Kansas South of the Missouri River chartering a passenger Aad freight Railroad from the Southeast Aliende to Lake Michigan to provide for the repeal of ail taxes on Bank capital and Deposit. The Hill to authorise the Issue of Silver Coin to the extant of #10,000, x>0 in Exchange for Legai tenders Tobe reissued Only after the destruction of a equal amount of fractional currency was Defeated Veas 135, nays 73�?lass than two thirds in the affirmative. Toe Bill to allow mrs. Minnie Sherman Fitch to receive free of duties her wedding present from the Khedive of Egypt was passed. Tuesday May 16.�?id the Senate a Adverse report was made from the committee on finance on the Senate Mil to reduce the interest on the Public debt to provide for a Safe and elastic currency Etc. The Measter Bill to Amend h the act to enforce the right of citizens of the United states to vote in the several states of the Union War reported from committee with amendment. The impeach Moat question was farther considered in secret session Bat no decision is reached in the House the report of the committee 00 printing on the government printing office was called up and a minority report was made taking the ground that the Printer is a officer of the Senate and therefore not amenable to the jurisdiction of the House. Alter discussion the Resolution offered by the committee relative to the indictment and prosecution of the congressional Printer was adopted m was so so a Resolution of inquiry As to whether such officer May be lawfully impeached. S a a Tonawanda pa., sign Reada Tima a a John Smith teacher of Coati Tiona and other dances Gramer taut in the Nee teat a Tanner fresh Salt Harria on draft likewise Godfrey cordial a Ratee a mass and other Garden track. N. By a bawl on Friday night prayer meeting Chue Day also Sanfri aging by the qoira.�?�. A a student who failed to pase in his greek history examination repudiated with Acorn the insinuation that in a East prepare he had crammed Mim Bif so Light he said that he could no get it 6ut i again. A tha sheriff of per Quimata county n. C., weight 410 pounds. Whan a Pru Ogar is few factory he tits Dawg get he. S. Lacey Eaton. Alternates 8. V. Irwin c Houn Adam Elliott Barry. Fourth n. A. Hamilton Berrien go Rte hannahs Van Buren. Alternate r. 8. Weller St Joseph l. Chapin Kalamazoo. Fifth a. B. Wat son Kent b. D. Pritchard Allegan. Alternates George w. Webber Ionia Chauncey Davis Muskegon. Sixth we. L. Smith Genesee h. 8. George Ingram. Alternates Josiah Turner Hiawassee Peter Dow Oakland. 8eventh, j. Water mrry Kanilao 8. J. Tomlinson Lapeer. Alternate Townsend North Tuscola Jeremiah Jenka Huron. Eighth Theo. F. Shepard Bay a i. Hoyt a Gizaw. Alternates ii h. Hinds Mont Calm b. F. Smith Ioco. Ninth w. H. Mitchell grand traverse e. Breitung Marin Etc. Alternates w. M. Dunham Manistee a. By Milton Mackinac. Hon. 8. D. Bingham of Ingham was re elected chair Mart of the state Central committee with the Foi owing members from each congressional Enid strict in order George w. Hough and j. Mcmillan of Wayne Charles t. Gelchell of Hillsdale Gen. G. Spaulding of Monroe s. J. Burpee of Calhoun w. T. Seaton of Jack sup Wells of St. Joseph d. W. Cleliar of Cass 1�. Sessions of Ionia l. W. Heath of Kent m. 8. Brewer of Oakland q. L. Spaulding of Clinton r. Winsor of Huron t. Phillips of Bay w. Chandler of Cheboygan w. I. Laurnen of Maloata c. Y. Osburn of Marquette f. L. Wells of St. Clair. The convention adopted tie follow ing a Flat Orin we the Republican of much Ign in convention assembled in this Centennial year of the nations life reiterate our firm and abiding Faith to the principle of the Renu Blean part a enunciated in the former National platforms. While we Point with pole torte party a Gloria a a record of grand a curve mends in behalf of Freedom equal rights and Good government and exult in the reflection that from the Day of the party a organization within the Borders of this state to the present time the people of Michigan Nave attested their steadfast fealty to the party a True Aims and purposes by a unbroken line of Republican victories we Rte Golze the fact that no past achievement 6�dcura-Tions of principles however Jiwat and patriotic w ill deserve or can alone secure Success without candidates of known ability integrity and stability of character therefore Joe olved that the delegates chosen to represent a in the Natlo convention be requested to act in lh6 mention with Harmony and a much in Unity among themselves a to Asble that they extend All proper Courtesy to other delegations and treat with deference the opinions of those representing states Leas reliably Republican than our own but under no possible circumstances toy Ltd anything of Republican principles. Wofle we Are willing to waive personal preference our delegates must never consent to commit Republican principles to any Standard bearer of doubtful position or who does not in his own character afford Assurance of tha practice of Economy honesty and purity in All matters of administration. A after speeches by or. Bip Haju and other the convention Adjo Prefi. The state Board of control met on the 8th at the office of Gor. Bagley and awarded the contract for the building of the proposed Marquette amp Mackinac Railroad to what is known As the a a Marquette suit Ste. Marie amp Mackinac railway the proposers gave Bonds in the sum of $100,000 to build the Road on or before dec 81,1877, for the land Grants amounting to 1,300,000 acres to be selected from the vacant and unreserved state swamp lands in the Cru cities of Mackinac Chippewa schoo Crai and Marquette. The will be something Over 150 Mes in length and will terminate southerly at Monad Harbor located opposite and about four mile Distant from Mackinac City. The construction of this Road cannot Fali to be of great Benefit to the commercial interests of the state. The Jackson Lan Siuta Saginaw Railroad will be its present terminus to the Straits a distance of about fifty Miles and by Means of the col Section thus made the vast mining Trade of the Northern Peninsula which has heretofore made its consignments eastward via Chicago will be diverted from its circuitous route to a much More direct line of travel via Detroit while hundreds of thousands of acres of swamp lands hitherto almost valueless will yield up their inexhaustible treasures of hard and soft Timber which Hava until now been neglected on account of the expense of transportation. It is believed by competent judges that the 8tralts can be kept open for the passage of steam ferryboat during the entire Winter Secas. The latest reports from Detroit Gore the following As the current prices for Len amp in a Tanh Barlow no t Ner Ernul to to a l�9�pu�<i to Chloy expend Svery Staples. Baney a o. A per Cental a hts me in Felling Fousst subduing a rained at the right of the Center at orm were seated the president of the stale and the members of the cabled further to the right were the seats item states senators members of the of representatives the govern of the various states with their the governor of Pennsylvania and officers the state supreme court the legislature and representatives of May and Navy the smithsonian inti United stones judges officers of the utile office and the bureaus and Mem of the woman a Centennial committee the left of the Center were the seats of the Ted states Fis preme court and further to left the seats of members of the Diplo Lerps and members of the Centennial Mission the Board of finance the Quot Oman a executive committee foreign miss loners the mayor Council and other s of Philadelphia mayors of other state Centennial boards the Board of and along the front of the platform seated tit members of the press e orchestra of �59 pieces and a chorus rates under the direction of Theo a and it Trikyr Buck were Tail in Al raw of the platform at the of it loin building. Once crowded and Klamu Ondong space and All the Avail of Elevation in the neighbourhood Alx amp orchestra Whf the heat were being secured played National airs and after the party on the platform had arranged themselves played Wagner a Centennial March which was received with applause. After the owe Ding prayer by Bishop Simpson of the meth dwt Foo Scopal Church Aad the singing of what Tetra Centennial hymn the presentation of the buildings took place tee Board of finance with appropriate ape Ecles and ceremonials turning Over the buildings to the commission. The Centennial hymn written for the occasion by John g. Whittier is As follows oar fathers god from out whose hand the centuries fall like trains of Sand we meet to Day United free Aad Loyal to oar lard and thee told Anthee Lor the Era done Aad Trust thee for the opsaint one. Here where of old by thy Deai tru the fathers spake that word of thine whose Echo is the lad refrain of feuded Bolt and falling Chain to Grace our Festal time from ail the zones of Earth our guests we Call. Be with a while the new world greets the old world thronging All its streets in Veiline All the triumphs won by Art or toil beneath the a us and unto common Good ordain this rival hip of hand and brain. Thou who Hast Here in Concord furled the War flags of a gathered world Benseth our Western Friea fulfil the Patent s Mission of Good will and freighted with loves Golden fleece Bend Back Ita argonauts of peace. For Art and labor met in truce for Beauty made the Bride of use we thank thee Bat withal we crave the austere Virtues Strong to save the Honor proof to place or Gold. The manhood never bought nor sold of make thou As through centimes Long in peace secure in Justice Strong around our gift of Freedom draw the safeguards of thy righteous Law and. Cast in some diviner Mold. Let the new Cycle shame the old nox followed the singing of Sidney Lanier a cantata by a full chorus accompanied by the orchestra. The applause of the vast crowd was enthusiastic and portions of tee music were encoded. The presentation of the exhibition to the president of the United states by president Hawley of the United states commission then followed Gen. Hawley concluding his remarks As follows on july 4,1873, this ground was dedicated to it a Reant uses. Twenty one months ago this memorial Hall was begun All the other 18d building within the enclosure have been erected within waive month All the nil did embraced in the plans of the commission itself Are finished. The demands of the applicant exceed the apace and min you and continuous Effort have beg Mode to get every exhibit ready in ral consent the exhibition was Zeldin the City of Brothe Ray love. Ondr almost within your View stands the venerated edifice wherein occurred the event which this work is designed to commemorate and the Hall in which the first Centennial Congress assembled. Within the present limit of this great Park were the Homes of the eminent Patriot of that Era where Washington and i associate received generous hospitality and Able counsel. You have observed the sur passing Beauty of the situation placed at our disposal. In Harmony with All this fitness is the Liberal support Given to the Enterprise by the state the City and the people individually. You now the very acceptable term in which they responded from even the Moat Distant regions. Their commissioners Are d you will soon see with 1.72 butter per la 1621 a cheese pet la 12fel3c Corn per by 51@a4c flour White Winter 5.7506.30 Amber 5.5005.75 Rye 4.50@$.75 cattle per Cental hogs 9900 5.0006.25 Oats mixed Peru Fafe Polk per 82.15 Rye per in 78080c Weij it. # White per ,ll�k�li9jfc a be Toltl 01.28� Here and yet what Energy and brilliancy they have entered upon this Friendly Competition in the arts of peace. It has been the fervent Hope of the commission that during this festival year the people from All state and act Iona of All Creed and churches All parties and classes burying All resentments would come up together to this Birthplace of Liberty to study the evidence of our resources to Mea Are Tbs Progress 01 a Hundred years and to examine to our profit the wonderful products of other lands but especially to join hands in perfect fraternity and Promise to the god of our fathers that the new Century shall surpass the old in the True glories of civilization and. Furthermore that from the association Here of Welcome vim tors from a nations there May result Dot alone great benefits to invention manufactures agric Tor Trade and Commerce but also stronger International friendships and More lasting peace. Thu reporting to you or. T resident under the Laws of the government and the usage of Simitar occasions tin he name of the United states Centennial commission i present to your View the International exhibition of 1876. When president Grant Rose to respond he Wraa greeted with and Long continued applause. He then read Kia response a follows it Jias been thought appropriate upon this Centennial occasion to bring together m Philadelphia for popular inspection specimens of our attainments in the Industrial and in Arta and in literature science and philosophy a Well As in the great Hari nees of a i Multare end of Commerce that we May More thoroughly appreciate the Excel fences and deficiencies of our achievements and Giyu a emphatic expression to our Earnest desire to cultivate the Friendship of our fellow member of this great family it of nation. The enlightened agricultural and Mana factoring people of the Wor been of edited to end hither corresponding specimens of to net Mikito exhibit on equal terms in Friendly com coition with our own. To this invitation they be generously responded and for so doing we Bender them our Hearty thanks. The Beauty and Utility of the competitions will this Day be tab matted to your inspection by the Man Egeon of this re Morton. We pro glad to know that a View of the space fir the skill of alienation will afford to you unalloyed pleasure As Well As yield to you a valuable practical knowledge of the remarkable results of the wonderful skill existing tit enlightened communities. One Hundred years ago our country was new and but partially settled our necessities have to chiefly expend every Means Dweir of a fac Varios ships decks warehouse roads cafe la machinery Etc., Etc Host or our schools churches libraries and asylums have been established within 100 years. Burdened by these great primal works of necessity which could not to Drumy it d. We yet hate done what this exhibition will show in to direction of rivalling older and move advanced nations in Law Medicine and theology la science literature philosophy and the Fine Art. Whilst proud of what we have doom Are regret that we have not done More. Our Caffie Kemem have a no Mcreat enough hos sever. It poll we for the kill Ana taste of our friends fron or embalm at of Fella a Elphye Sod Patof Tafte Ittoku. A a May up. In the memory of every citizen of Philadelphia this Day will remain forever Groet and Aleo red White and Blue for never Bee there been swell a display of Bunting along her streets As on this 10th of May. Far Miles and mites from housetops from window and in windows from door Way and car roof and even from the Heads of numberless horses our National Standard hat beep Dia played while a not a Tere a Teflon Iraq sate floating in the Breece. 1 a a. The City was crowded with visitors a amp Diall Tec number of people to attendance gum the opening ceremonies of the Centennial position is estimated to have been in the a stiff Horh Adof 150.000. A tee exposition ground a spacious Pla Horm bad been erected at tee Able of memorial Hall North of top Center of the own building and seals were arranged on the a Teffera Flor of list end other invited Greate at eleven of clock president Gradt and Bis party accompanied by numerous govern Merit officials and other prominent individuals proceeded to tee Pis form the free Dent having been aae arted to the ground by Goy Hartronft with division of the rtt wherever found. I Hope a careful sex to you respect Fin the skill and taste of our Friend fro 1 other Lett eat but also satisfy you with the attainments Blade by ear people during tha past 100 years. I invoke your generous co operation with the worthy commit smeyers to secure a Brilliant Saccas the this International exhibition and to make the we turn to them. I declare the internet the dose of the presidents and Drees was followed by he raising of tee a log on the main thu Dong the Raigna peat the exhibition was of Ofil palates were fired Bells commenced ringing end singing hallelujah the Ihlma a a a reseed Job ring various airs. A Pic in a go find invited guests amid the Rte him a Raenel 9 a a from the j main began a procession dire end machinery l�?o�8b0 my Denla in Amherst Apo Liege la ethic Tayetto Idi Htit a Ftp have made amp j Profe Enion of the Christian Faith. A there m ban a sorta the cd Risum Mirror Jekw the Tew Rifted two a freon i lot pit Yow no extra be Price god no by Terai to Ftp Jov or have tees half hour meetings every a evening for two re Throe week in pro vate i rooms and a Noonday prayer meeting of Telf an Hoar Iraq been sustained with in be who Titi 1 letter. The great expos Fotiou gets a Good tend of Quot Philadelphia on it Good a Shari sir boisterous and Good natured Amoena Blagoy honors to an Imperial pome erase bom Pedro salutes an admiring crowd the Centennial far want Park and its some of the state buildings and a Brief proc Ripton of them Etc., Etc. . May 10, 1876. The great exposition is an accomplished fact it would manifestly be a in prerogative task to write an account of the ceremonies to supplement that already transmitted by Telegraph and it will not be attempted. It was in All respects the magnificent Success everybody hoped it would be and that is giving Lithe most abundant Praise. Whatever failings the average philadelphian May have in respect to his pet enter Rize a just appreciation of what he has a right to expect and a determination to do All in his Power to insure Success is not one of them. It is not every div in the week that 300,000 strangers visit Philadelphia and As everything depended upon giving the affair a Good Havior and things passed off according to programme admirably. The crowd was a Little boisterous perhaps and a trifle extra demonstrative As some of the great men ascended the platform. The president was received with cheers As was proper seeing that he represented the nation in the ceremonies. Dom Pedro the emperor of Brazil also received a Royal Welcome and right democratically did he respond to it. He m Ould have been pardoned doubtless had he preferred to remember his High estate and recognized the noisy Shouta Only by slightly elevating his Royal nose but he took off his hat advanced to the front of the platform and bowed like a gentleman. It was a Graceful act and no stun a speaker in the land could have done it More gracefully. There is no disputing the fact that the people like Dom Pedro and his democratic ways. The exhibition buildings Are located As everybody knows in Fairmount Park which adjoins the built up portions of in Liila Dei phia on the North Western Border. This is a Beautiful body of land comprising 2,740 acres upon Ivy Tich the City has already spent Over 6,000,000,and is now annually expending a Large sum in adornment and improvements. Through it runs the Schuylkill River bordered by High Banks and ravines and its natural beauties have been greatly enhanced by Art. The buildings Are located on the Banks of the River Groves of stately Trees surrounding them and affording Pleu did views of River and landscape. They stand from 112 to 120 feet above tide water. It is not the purr Iose of this letter to give details of the size of these buildings the acres of ground they cover the tons of Iron and Glass the feet of lumber and so on consumed in their construction and other fact interesting to the mechanical Reader. The exhibition continues for six months Yel and there will be time for such interesting details hereafter. A pleasant feature of the exhibition is the number of ornamental and Well appointed state buildings. Of these there Are at least two dozen All in Harmony with the great structures and typical of the old and new commonwealths they Are supposed to represent. Belmont Avenue is lined with them and no two Are alike. The several state commissioners have done Well with the Means at hand and each has striven to outdo the other in a fitting memorial of the great event. Some Are elaborately decorated and some Are Plain and without ornamentation outside but abound with luxurious comforts within. One of the prettiest edifices within the enclosure is that erected by the commission from Illinois. It is constructed entirely of Wood a Story and a half in height with a peaked roof sloping at the four sides to the eaves where it overhangs or rather projects beyond the sides. The projection is in the nature of Fine scroll work not Goudy or overdone but at once attractive and pleasing. The Crown or Ridge of the roof is further ornamented with a elegantly wrong by Iron railing. In form it May be de scribed As a parallelogram and measures about sixty feet in front by some eighty feet in depth. The exterior is painted in White while the Interior unlike Many of the buildings of the sister state.�, is lathe and plastered and is papered As Well. In the finish there has been great Good taste displayed. The Central idea has been the providing of a place for the weary pit Grinar the tired traveler. Rooms All sufficiently capacious and adapted or the reception of ladies and gentleman Are provided. For either sex everything that could be suggested has been furnished. Arm chairs easy chairs and rocking chairs have been scattered about in profusion and a room provided for the safekeeping of baggage. The budding is designed entirely for the use of the commissioners and the citizens of that state who May visit the City. Illino asians need not be ashamed of the Structure. Ihfe has erected a pretty Structure for the use of her commissioners and for the accommodation of the guests from that state. The front portion h built of Stone furnished in. Tirely from the quarries of the state and As a consequence there Are numerous hues and colors. It 4s indeed a line exhibit of the Stone buried in the Buckeye state. The rear por is of Timber painted to harmonize with the other part of the Structure and All the material used has been furnished by different parties throughout the state. It is altogether an Ohio building As much so As if erected in Cincinnati Columbus or Cleveland. While accommodations of the Best kind will be offered to All who May drop in in Opportunity will also be afforded to inspect the numerous and varied exhibits from that state. A few feet off is the building erected by the commissioners of Indiana. Of the style of architecture but Hittle can be said As it would seem that no attempt had been made in teat direction but that the idea rather was to provide a Good comfortable place for the people of that state where they might rest Ana meet their friends. It consists of a Center Hall lighted by Means of a Eky Ligeti with four smaller rooms two on either Side designed for ladies and gentlemen and so arranged that the most absolute privacy is secured. It is Light and airy and the fitting up has been done with a due regard to the tastes and wants of the people. The next adjoining or rather the next in regular order is the Structure that is being erected by the commissioners of the state of Wisconsin for themselves and their Large end rapidly growing constituency which will during the next six months visit the great exhibition. It is a neat two Story building of the cottage style with a veranda on its three sides. Hon. David Atwood sex member of Congress and United states Centennial comm to timer Baa Given the building his personal attention and he assures All who May be interested in it that it will be entirely up to the requirements and that nothing will be lacking in the Way of comforts for the weary or those in quest of information. Near by is the Structure designed for the state of Michigan. As vet it is Bat half Fin Zahed but of no attempt is to be Mode at ornamentation the Assurance is Given that it will be entirely finished and ready for occupancy within a couple of weeks. What has been said of the above building Nav with equal flute be stated in reference to toe lows edifice with this fact in addition that it is probably no a far advanced is the other. Order of Good templars special gathering Jane 13. Worlds Temperance Cong res june is. Women a National Union fair will open june 13. Regatta new York Harbor Jane 2i yacht regatta. Delaware River in Jone. International Cricket matches june and september. Oon Gresa of authors Independence Hall july 3. Parade of Irish societies dedication of Catholic total abstinence Fountain july 4. Parade of military organisations Janjy 4. Parade of United american mechanics july 8. Parade of knights of pythias aug. 23. International rowing regatta aug. 20 to sept. Is. International Rifle matches september. International medical Congress. 8 it. 4. Parade Independent order of Odd Fellows sept. 20. -0 a address of the liberals to the people of the United states. The address to the american people adopted at the recent Reform conference held in new York City opens no with a statement that a never before in on history a the Public mind been so profoundly agitated by apprehensions of dangers arising from the prevalence of corrupt tendencies and practices in our political life and never has there been greater reason for it. We Wilt not display Here in detail the distressing catalogue of disclosures which for several years have followed one another in rapid succession and seem to b�v6 Law Leaa East a single sphere of on p it Instate Legislatures and of the National speak with terrible plainness and a till they Are adding to the scandalous f the address goes on to say that such a state of thing is most deplorable and peculiarly so at this time when we Are about to celebrate the one Hundredth anniversary of on National existence and have invited the nation of the Earth to visit our land and to witness the evidence of our material Progre a a Well a the my orking and effects of that Republican government to Hin a Century ago our fathers founded. Quot the Centennial anniversary of the declaration of Independence being in 0 Many respect to All America a Day of sincere at Pride and rejoicing is Felt to be in other reaped not without self re proach and humiliation. Of this the corruption revealed in our political life a the cause. A to the Honor of the american people be it said every patriotic citizen reels the burning Shatne of the spectacle presented in tha Centen Nial year there the mementos and Monument of the virtue of the and Here the shocking evidence of the demoralization and corruption of the present there the glowing in Ogie pronounced on the Wisdom and purity of the fathers and Here in mock Imp contrast Ike verdicts of courts and records of legislative bodies illustrate the political morals it f to Day and ibis before Ortance to the interest of boy Pomti eol party. Glad to promote that Reform through party action we shall in Alst upon it at All a vent. Dhauw part action fail a Imeri ence teaches that la Haiti nil submission or Good citizens to choler of evil presented to them by party organization is one of the most prolific causes of corruption in or politic. The acceptance by the people of the argument that one party May be Baa and still entitled to the support of Good men Neca Twe the other party is still worse will Indue each to Eon Lder How bad it May safely be. It will strengthen i each the most unscrupulous elements and subject the will of the people to the Subtile tyranny of organizations wielded by those who live by poll Tica w to break that tyranny by a Stern refusal to submit to Neh a Choice of evils is the fret beginning in the Reform of our political life. Without this All other Steps will prove unavailing. We shall sincerely rejoice to see the necessity of Independent action avoided. Quot we earnestly Hope that the Effort to this end. Being Mode by the friends of Reform within party tines a crowned with Success and that the just expect a a a tons of the people May not be doomed to Diaan ointment. Indeed we Are confident that if All those of our fellow Cit Lzena who in their hearts agree with what we have said will Only take the courage openly to proclaim their conviction and purposes such a manifestation alone would produce an effect sufficient to secure nominations. And an election inaugurating a better order of to Binge. It a we therefore Appeal to All Good citizen who find their own sentiments expire a in this address be they inside or outside of party lines to organize in their respective District and communicate with the executive committee appointed by this meeting so that efficient co operation Mav become possible. Let no Effort be spared in to near to Fob Ewfim Brwn to a a a Quot Pfilf Jet Tifi Are soon to nominate the party cab Daes and then in any event let a be ready to do what the Best interests of the Republic demand on generation he to open the second Century of our National Are a the fathers opened the first Theta a the work of Independence. Ours is the work of reformation. The one i As vital now As the other was then. Now. A then every True american must have the courage to do Bis duty. A a can l a a Hirz. Missouri chairman. Martin Brimmer Massachusetts. L. F. S. Foster Connecticut. Park a Godwin new York John w. Hot a signed by Theodore d. Woolsey president the vice presidents and secretaries of the conference. The Winter wheat crop. From the mass of reports on the Condo Tion and prospects of the Winter wheat crop in Illinois , Okiu Kentucky Missouri and Kansas which ing the political morals 1 r to Oay Ana Tai Feiore 1 a a nil Mankind solemnly summoned a a witness to a Are furnished by special corresponds of fret. Desire on the port of tee commissioners of the state to provide a Structure that May be at once amp mean of accommodation for the people and to i Ace within their reach every forma Ion bearing Upo the exhibition that May be desired. Cylle Rieur. The following in the programme for the future of the Centennial exhibition grand cer Amealea july 4. Trials of harr�t1ng am Ehinea Jure Aad july. Trials of tillage implements september Aad october. Exhibit of horses mule Aad Asmaa sept. 1-1a exhibit of horned cattle sept. To to oct. A e Hibit of sheep twine Goat Aad hog oct. 10# exhibit of poultry oct. A to to. 10. Main exhibition Clore Noy it exhibits must be removed by Dee. I. In connection with the Buthi fiction enduring the Tinq few i0pc$s society meetings Porage regatta Etc., will occur Knight Templar annual Goa Dpi May a grand Parade. June 1. _ women intern to Coal Temperance Conven Tion june Hal the exhibition and a guest to the Feist. Never was there cause for Keener mortification and keenly does it strike every patriotic the question is then a ked a How can we Avert such danger and wipe off such stain by proving says the a Drew Thal although the government machinery has become corrupt the great body of the people Are s it und and Strong at the Core and a Bat they Are honestly determined to Reform the abuses of our political life and to overthrow at any Cost the Agency a of evil that stand in the after alluding to the great importance of some of the question involved in the impending National election the address ays a grave a they Are still in on present situation we must a american citizens recognize it As on most pressing duty to re establish the moral character of our government and to elevate the tone of our political life. Our discussion and struggles about other great question and principle will appear like a mockery and farce if we permit our Public concerns to Drift into that ruinous anarchy which corruption must necessarily bring in its train because it de strokes the Confidence of people m their self government. The greatest calamity that can befall a Republic. 11 in a simple question of life or death. A corrupt monarchy May last by the Rule of Force a corrupt Republic cannot endure. It is useless to console ourselves with the idea that the corruption among of must he ascribed solely to the immediate effects of the civil War and will without an Effort at Reform soon pass away. There is another cause which i not transitory but threatens to become permanent. It is the system which has made the offices of the government the Mere sport 6t party Victory the system which distribute the places of Trust and Sponski Bilitz a the Reward of party service t d the Bounty of favouritism the system which Tope is to the mad impulses of Seifi Ness and greed a a controlling motive of political action the system which degrades the civil service to the level of a Mere party Agency Aad treatise the officer As the hired servant of the party and taxing pm for party support stimulates corruption and pee be it under party Protection the system which bring the organization of the parties under the control of the most selfishly interested and therefore most Active elements the placeholders and the place Hunters thus tending to organize a standing army of political mercenaries Tobe paid out of the Treasury of the government who by organized action Endeavor to Riibe ugate the will of the people to their erds through the cultivation of a tyrannical party spirit. A a every student of our political history knows that since the spoils system waa inaugurated corruption has steadily grown from year to year and so Long As this system la to. With All its seduction and demoralizing tendencies corruption will Fontiene to grow in extent and Power for patriotism and True Merit will More and More be crowded out of political life by unscrupulous the War has Only Given a sudden stimulus to this tendency but without the War it would. Have grown up and will not cease to grow a Long a the hotbed of corruption the spoil Syi tem. Lasts. The skill in corrupt practices acquired by ode generation of spoils men will Only be improved opon by the next. The result we know. We have already reaped so great a Harvest of disaster and shame that we repeat it has now become the first duty of the american people to reestablish the moral character of the government by thorough Reform. ,. A what can we do toward this end in the impending National election in this respect fellow citizens we consider it our duty to speak very plainly. Never were the cause or Good government and the Honor of the american name More immediately dependent n the character ability and reputation of the men to be selected for the highest office. In View of the grave circumstances at present crr rounding us we declare that the country cannot now afford to have any Man elected to the presidency whose very name is not conclusive evidence of the Moat uncompromising determination of the american people to make this pure government once More. Our duty in this respect i Plain and imperative. A he worn out clap trap of fair promises in party platforms win not satisfy if neither will these Fine professions on the part of candidates. Not Mere word Are needed hot acts not Mere platforms but men and we therefore declare and Call upon All Good citizens to join us that at the coming presidential election we shall support no candidate who in Public position Ever countenanced corrupt practices or combinations impeded their exposure or punishment or opposed Newessa it a measures of Reform. We shall support no candidate who while possessing official influence and Power has failed to use his opportunities in exposing and correcting abuses coming within the reach of i observation but for personal and party ends a permitted them to fester on for such men May be counted on not to uncover and crush corruption but for the party Sake merely to conceal it More. A we shall support no candidate however conspicuous his position or Brilliant Bis ability in whom the impulse of the party manager have shown themselves predominant Over those of to reformer for me wifi be inclined to continue that fundamental Abarea the employment of the government service a a machinery for personal or party end. We a Ball support no candidate who however favourably jaded by his nearest Friend is not publicly known to pores those qualities of mind and character which the Stern task of genuine Reform requires for the american people cannot now afford to risk the future of the. Republic in Experiment on merely supposed dry or rumoured ability to ire trusted on the strength of private recommendation. A a in one word at present no candidate should be held entitled la the support of patriotic citizens of Wanora the question May be fairly a Ken a i he really the Man to carry through a thorough going Reform of the government can he with certainly be depended upon to Porres the moral courage and sturdy Resolution to grapple with bases which bad required the strength of established custom and to this end firmly resist the pressure even of i party friends v whenever thereto Root for each question and doubt a to tee answer the candidate should be considered Urilt for this emergency. This is no time foe amp aued Spring i a from distinction a Tinct on hold of Etc too foreign to the dates or government nor for that far More dangerous sort of which consists in this that the candidate be neither Good citizens nor re a a to rep 1 Good citizens nor a to or style Leaf tee simple kind of architecture Good re to discourage the bid Oro pre How to prevent the growth of \ Active vice below. The Man to be entrusted wit the Para Deuey this year must Hare deserved not a. A a a a a a i a Only the con Deace of Hornet men Bat Alre the to fear and a tred of the Thor re Rhoto conciliate the Thieve cannot be the candidate. \. 1 every american citizen who Bre the future of the Republic and the National Honor sincerely at a a it Quot a Ltd heart hold solemnly resolve that the country. A Mast now have a president whose name is Ai j Reedy a watchword of Reform whose capacity b a a a i so a a a a a a 1 a a and courage for the work Are matter of record a a a a a a a a a a a Quot a a a Ltd v v Ira they Thafel of Promise who will Restori the i to i Pii City Independence and rectitude of the Early administrations and whose life will be Iguaran i tee of his Fidelity and Feltne a Man at the Mere i round of whose name even the Moat i heart v-1. W a a a a a it Quot v a Ere vii1 Udo new courage and All Mankind will say the America Are indeed in Earnest to a restore the ancient purity of their govern a therefore fellow citizens the undersigned in addressing you Are not animated by the ambition to flt pm or Lead a new party. Most of a Bare Long been and still tire warmly attached to their party nor eclat Ion. It would he moan Gratifying to of to see by party act Fon candidate put Forward whose a Tinct or end record answer there requirement which prevent circumstances Reader Imperia. We earnestly Hope and a rat it will he so. We shall gladly follow such a Lead and make a very Effort in on Power to Render it . But while we Are ready to accept any and every Good Renelt of party action we affirm Tut tha moral Reform of our Public a ote Aras is Ladril Lal y sup for is la the time to Day tie follow info so items of interest Are gleaned from Noia twelve counties report but a amount of wheat in Farmers a hands Delmue twelve report a Large Quantity Twenty three report the acreage of the grow Fig crop Leas than last year and twelve More thirty two give Ita condition a8 Good or fair and nine As bad. From Indiana Twenty one counties report a a mall anti seven a Large Quantity of old wheat in producers hands Elever have a larger and thirteen a smaller acreage sown than last year Twenty report the growing crop in Good or fair condition and in nine it is bad. From Michigan fifteen counties report Little old wheat on hand and nine a Large Quantity eighteen planted More and two less Winter wheat than in the preceding year an everywhere the growing crop is in Fine or fair condition eleven Ohio counties have Small and eight have Large stocks on hand six report More six less and seven an average acreage of Winter wheat sown sixteen report the crop in Good or fair condition while it is bad in five. From Missouri ten counties report a Small and Only one a Large Stock of old wheat three planted More and eight less Winter wheat than the preceding year and All How the growing crop in a flourishing condition. There is Little old wheat in Kansas All the counties heard irom planted More wheat last fall than in previous years and in All it is in Good condition. In Kentucky Farmers hands the old wheat is of Small amount five counties report More and three less Winter wheat sown than last year and in All the districts heard from the condition is reported 7 Imes May 13. May Day madness. Pm the City editor of the Buffalo expre8 made a May Day movement on tute list and unloaded the following when it comes to lifting the Slove into the express Wagon it is a Good title to go into the woodshed and spend ten or fifteen minutes looking for the Coal scuttle. Your wife will do just As Well to assist the cart-111 an. It is wrong to make Pater families carry More than two clocks four vases a group of statuary and the baby All at one and the same time. Heads of families have some rights which wives Are bound to respect. Above All do not swear. If you feel in a profane mood Stop a moment and sing a verse of a a old Hundred a or repeat fragments of the a a lords prayer if you have not forgotten it. Do not Load the Wagon too heavily. It is the last chair that frequently Knock the lamp into a a Smithereens or a a Puto its foot in the Eye of a a George Washington at the Battle of the children help things along amazingly. It fills the parental heart with Joy to see two of them carrying a clothes pin Down stairs and indulging in three fights on the Way As to who shall ride on the next Load. The Joys of life Are completed when you sit on the top of the stove in your new Home surrounded by bruised arid mangled articles of furniture and a company of feline troubadours strike up a serenade in the Back Yard then it seems As though there were nothing More to live for it in interesting to see a cart Man whip his horse into a run with a full Load of furniture. The crockery done ten it it much however. Have All the children of the neighbourhood looking of. It in so pleasant to get your legs entangled in a Small Hoy when you Are trying to keep up one Ena of tie stove and the Jamb of the door saw tag an ounce or two of flesh off your Knickr. Keep the rat Poison in away from the baby it May disagree with him if he eats too much of it. A a., a a in cleaning House the first principle is to make everybody As uncomfortable As possible. _1 a the fashion of Black lace Mita which waa the style some Twenty years ago is again getting to be a the _ the markets. New York. Live Stock cattle. Sheep shorn. Flour Good to Choice. Wheat no. F cd Traffo. Cohns Western mixed. Oats Western mixed. Bye Western. Pork Mees. Lard Teare. Cheese. Wool Domestic fleece. Chicago. Beeves Choice. Good. Merlos. Hog Fly Light. Heavy. Sheep Good shorn. Choice. Butter Choice yellow. Good. Eggs fresh. Flour Cholee Winter. Choice a Priam. Patent. Grain wheat no 8, Spring. Cora no. Oats no. 2. Rye 8o. 1. Barley no. 3. Form Meas. Lumber com Flo and of foe of emn flak. 1teaot us butt. Cattle beet. Of a a median. K00 hog amp a yorker. Philadelphia. 1j0 a Heep get Horn. We median. I mat 16, 187�. §9.00 01100 5.20 5 700 5.25 0 5.70 120 0 in .600 .6 .39 0 42 .79 0 a0 �115 0 2l2p m a 0 it .34 9 .56

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