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for Eagle Readers,
Flvo Die In Ootlinm,
The New York Health llourd has ad
mitted officially that Asiatic cholera bus
made Its apparaucc In that city, Whlla
the board has been Issuing dally bulletins
declaring thcro was not a single case In
In New York It has bad genuine casos
under surveillance and has been Investi
gating deaths which It now admits wero
beyond doubt caused by Asiatic cholera.
The first death occurred eight days ago.
There havo been three since, which, with
tho first, are proven by biological examina
tion to havo jeen caused by Asiatic chol
era. Ilactcrlologtsts Ulggs and Dunham
nro now making 11 microscopical search for
tho deadly germ In a fifth case, In which
the diagnosis will probably also bo con
firmed. MII9. HAKHINO VEItY ILL.
Physicians Issue a IlutUtln Showing Iter
Condition to be Critical.
Doctors K. K. Gardner of Washington, V.
E. Doughty of New York, and E. T. Tru
doo,u of Furauac bad a consultation ut tho
I'resldcnt'a cottage, at Loin Lake, In regard
to tho case ot Mrs, Harrison, and at Its
close Issued tho following statement of her
condition! "Primary disease pulmonary
tuberculosis ot tbo right side associated
with nervous prostration. Iteccnt compli
cation sub-acute pleurisy, with rapid
effusion of water In the right chest, neces
sitating two tappings, with somo ro
lief. Present condition critical on ac
count of a tendency to reproduction of
fluid. Itcmovnl to Washington at resent
impossible. Prognostication as to Immedl
nto future uncertuln." Tho President's
family get no oncouragoment from tho bul
letins, and such of thorn as havo shown
themselves make no effort to conceal their
alarm nt tho situation. Tbo physicians
ndvlse them to hopo for tho best, but offer
no real encouragement. '1 hey admit that
, they nro uncertain at to tbo result, und
havo, so It Is said, quietly Intimated to tho
President the strong probability of a fata)
UPHOLD THK PRESIDENT.
Western Municipal Officers Ask for Strict
er quarantine Against Cholera.
To show how tho people of tho West aro
standing by tho President In his position
toward quarantine nnd the cholera, says a
Washington dispatch, letters aro coming
dully to tho White Houso from Mayors and
cither officials of largo cities In tho West
especially ulToctod by the Influx of Immi
grants. Among theso nro lottcrs from the
Mayor of Detroit, Toledo, Cleveland nnd
other Ohio cities praising tho President for
his prompt nctlon so fur, and urging, it
possible, moro stringent enforcement
ugalnst Immigration. Thry ono and all
ndvlsu a total prohlbltlon'of Immigration,
und ask him to act ut onco In tho matter,
totter from Mayors In fur Westorn towns,
otpeclully, ask for a temporary restriction
TItOUULi: IN COSTA MCA.
Ntato of Siege Proclaimed A Revolution
In the Lltllo Republic Imminent.
"Vu bavo ten South Amcrlcun revolutions
on bund Just at present," said Acting 8.c
ictnrr ot Stato Adeo ut Washington, "so
that I urn not much surprised to receive
dispatches from Costa Itlcu stating thut
that country Is In it stato of slcgo Tho
country had bad peace for many years, and
I am considerably surprised at tho warlike
turn of affairs. Tho stato of logo Is tho
wamo as a condition ot martial law or tho
1 suspension ot habeas coipus would lie In
this country. My Information doos not
Mate that actual hostilities aro going on,
und I presumo that tho ruling authorities
havo merely produlmoi u stuto of slcgo as a
precautionary measure. If It dovolops Into
n revolution this will bo tho eleventh
houthcrn revolution which wo havo to keep
our eyes on."
THEY CALL IT MURDER.
An Amcrlran lis a Mexican Prison for
Whisky Cure Practice.
Edward Hpauldlng, for twclvo years
rherlfl of Clayton County and ono of tho
best-known cltltens of Eust Mississippi, has
Just been released from Jail In tbo City of
Mexico aftor four months' Imprisonment.
An American commercial travclor who
knows Mr. Kpuuldlng by accident hoard ot
his Incarceration und laid tho mutter be
for tho United Stutes Consul und procured
his release. Mr. Spuuldlng wus arrested
on churges ot murder. Ho was u specialist
on tho euro of tho whisky habit A Spun
lard addicted to tho uso of opium was
treated by htm und died under tho opera,
tlou of Injecting a fluid hypodermlcally.
CONE UP IN SMOKE.
Large Stock of Agricultural Implements
at Inillunapolls Destroyed by Fire,
At Indianapolis, shortly ufter S o'clock
Wednesday morning fire was discovered In
the large building ot tbe Union Transfer
und Btorugo Company. Owing to an Inad
equate wutcr supply und the prevalence of
u tierce wind, the entire building with Its
contents, which consisted of un Immense
stock of agricultural Implements, wus de
htroyed. Twelve freight curs wero ulso
destroyed. Tho ugrlculturul Implements
wero owned by twenty-flvo or thirty differ
ent firms throughout the country. The
of9 Is cstlmutod ut (200,000. Tho Insur
ance unknown. Tho flro Is supposed to
havo been ot Incendiary origin.
Thrown from Ills Hone und Killed.
At Han PraucNco, while riding In the
park, David McLaughlin, the son of it
wealthy Pittsburg bunker, was thrown from
hli hnro andsustulucd Injuries from which
Yellow Jack Reported.
A report wus rccolvod ut Washington
from the Marine lloipltal In Now Orleuus
announcing tho urrlvul In that I ort of tho
hhip May with four cao worso than
rliolora yellow fever, Tho vom-l was or
clorcd to quarantine.
Shot Ills Pupil.
Henry Garrison, a school teacher at
Lacey, Ark., shot and killed Genrgo 'J hur
'man, a 16-year-old pupil. Thurmaii urd
'two brothers assaulted the teacher, and It
Is claimed that ho shot In self defense.
GOOD WORDS FOR WHITTIKR.
London Press Comment on the Death of
the American Ouaher Poet.
Tbe London Times says regarding tho
death of Whlttlen H may almost bo said
that what. "cott did for Scotland Whlttler
did for New England. Tho mot salient
features of Ills veno wero thoo nlso oh
fcrvahlo In his pcrunut character sincer
ity, simplicity, earnestness und manliness,"
Tho Nows suysi "Whlttler sang of a dis
tinctive Now England llfo as no ono over
sang It beforo und, since It Is going tho way
of all things, u no one will ovor sing It
again." Tho Chronicle sayst "Whlttler
was tho nenrott approach to our conception
of an American ltohert Hums that the now
world bus given. Tho world has lost ono
of tho sweetest lyrlsti of lis saddest
wrongs." Tho Telegraph soysi "Whlttler
pnsoscd no small portion of Wordsworth's
genius. Although Inferior to tho bctt work
of llryimt nnd Pnc tt Is probahlo that his
Mopg Mcgone' nnd 'Maud Mutter' will ltva
as long as 'rhnnntopils' and 'The Haven.'
Tho Standard suggests that It was goad
fortuno rather than pre-eminent merit
that secured Whlttler on uttcntlvo and
sympathetic hearing on that sldu ot tho
Atlantic, and adds that In America Itself
his claims to distinction wilt be moro en
ergetically questioned than In England.
GIC1ANTIC FIRE AT A Lit ANY.
All State Documents In Printers' Hands
Relieved to He Lost.
At Albany, N. Y., at two o'clock on
Monduy morning, flro broke out In tho
rear of tbo large building owned by K. V,
Dewltt. Tbo building was occupied by Hus
sell Lyman, manufacturer of shlrtsi W. C
Occl, umbrella manufacturer: J. It. Igmlrc,
paper manufacturers C. T, William Com
pany, Mack Co, manufacturers of
shirts) It, 1!. Walsh and James H. Lyon,
tato printers. Tho structure, which Is
about 00 by 200 feet, wususeethln? furnace
before wutcr was put on. When tho lira
reached tho powder In gunshop
there wero several sharp explosions,
and then the walls, loosened by
tho shock, canio down. Tbo old Re
formed Church, now tho h'tato printing
plant, followed und wns soon nhluic. Tho
Hotel Ocrmanla nnd tho C T. Williams
Printing Compuhy plant wero tho next to
go, and tho firemen then turned their at
tention to snvlng the great dry-goods
bousj ot Mann, Wuldmnn Si Co. und a
wholes.ilo house Tho lots Is ostlmatcd at
750,000. Tho Stato printing houso Is a
STOCK TAKES A RRACE.
Industries and Trade All Over the Country
Show Blcady Improvement.
It. O. Dun & Company's weekly rovlow of
Last week's soml-panlc In stocks and
train hus been followed by u moro confi
dent feeling about chotero. us It Is seen
thut the lostllcnco Is thus fur confined to
Incoming ships by national regulations,
which all otllcluls are now respecting.
Ptocks havo ndvnnctd 75 cents a share on
tbo whole, though In other markets tho
alarm discloses weakness, which still con
tinues, Monnwhllo tho goneral condition
of Industries nnd trado throughout tho
country" Is not rumarkably good, but Im
proving from week to week, although tho
exports of merchandise nro not yet largo
enough to prevent somo exports ot gold.
RUN ACROSS LAKE ERIE.
Eleven Chinamen Smuggled Into Cleve
land train the, Canadian Side.
Tho best of pvldonca oxlsts that cloven
Chlnumon were smuggled ncrns Lako Erie
into Cleveland Tuesday. The Canadian
point of embarkation Is bolloved to bavo
been Itondcau, noarly opposlto Cleveland.
Whllo It Is Imuosslblo to socuro particulars,
tho fact of tho arrival of new Chinese In
the city Is established beyond doubt Tho
heavy penalties for aiding such Illegal Im
migration, added to tho natural retlccnco
of tho Celestial, makes ovcry Chinaman
c'oso-mouthed as a clam. Tho smuggling
Is bclloved to havo been going on regularly
for some time, but tho contingent Tuesday
wus unusually largo.
KILLED HY A SHOCK.
Light Tender at I'lttsburg Electrocuted
and Thrown from 11 Pole.
At Pittsburg Police Officor Ilowly found
tbo llfulcss body ot John lloxwlntor lying
agulnst tho baso of an electric light polo ut
the corner ot 1'lfth acnue und Stevenson
street lloxwlntor was a light tender In
tho employ of the Allcghony County Light
Company. Ho had uscendel tho polo to
trim tho light und hud evidently been elec
trocuted. Ills father, who wus ulso a light
tnspoctor, wus electrocuted about a year
Repurutlon from Turkey,
Tho Department of State Is udrlsod by
tho United States charge d'affaires ut Con
stantinople that tbo Turkish Government
bus ucquloiced In tho claim ot tbo United
States for protection to tho American mis
sionaries ut Hourdour, In the provlnco of
Konla, Asia Minor, and reparation for tho
injuries to the parson and property of Dr.
Hurtlett. Thu Hourdour Incident Is re
garded ns practically settlod. removing the
occasion for tho dispatch of war vcsiels
to Smyrna to Investigate tho affair.
Shot Their Captain.
Tho bar); Windermere, owned In Swonsoa
and now on a voyugo from Glasgow to
Fremantlo. Western Australia, slgnulol
In mldoccan to a passing vessel thut tho
crow hud mutinied und shot the captain.
No further purttculurs uro known, but It Is
supposod from tbe fuct of thu signaling
that tho mutiny wns probably subdued.
Promaritle Is at tho mouth of Swan Klver
and twelve mllus from Perth, Thero Is a
convict htatlcn at rromantle.
Made the Magistrate's niood noil.
"If this were a child of mlno you would
not bo u prlsloner boforo tho bar of Justice
to-day, for I would huvo killed you whero
I found you," was tho tirade Muitlstruto
Fulmer, ot Philadelphia, delivered to Si
mon Monroe, charged with criminally as
saulting 11-year-old Llttlo Thomas, Tho
prisoner was committed to Moyumonsiug
prison without ball.
Robbed the Mulls.
Fred D. Peer, United States rostofflco
Inspector, bus urilvod ut Ponsucolu, Ela ,
with T. II Purred, mull contractor on tho
roulo lotnccn Tallnhitssco und Cutrubolle,
and had him committed to Jail In default
of $5,000 ball. Parrel U churged with rob
bing malls cii his route.
Appointed Secretary ot Legation.
A special from lllnomlngMw, I ml., an
nounces thut Ernest llunYutt. of that place,
has been appointed Secretary of Legation
at St Petersburg by UultoJ (-talis Minister
Suit Ida of 11 Ruclor.
Ilcv. J, E. Jiillcu, lector ot the Protest
ant Church ut Leiaburg, l'lorldu, commlted
suicide. No causo Is usslxuu.1 for tho act.
Jullvnwus an Englishman.
Cincinnati Capitalists Fall.
Tho CnrlUlcs, fcr many years rromlnrnt
and wealthy Cincinnati nipltullm, have
(lied. 'J heir a flu Irs uro In a bad tunglo.
ARMY OF MINERS IDLE.
THEY RESIST A REDUCTION OF
New Kiinuledgo of Ureenland's Coast J
rami rive iu .Montreal vein can 1 ratio
Their Old Money lor New-Mull Robbers
Firemen In Session.
Tho third biennial convention of tho
lirothcrhood of Locomotive firemen was
called to order Jn Cincinnati ut 8 o'clock
Monday morning b Grand Muster Sargent,
In tho Y, M. C. A. tlulldlng. Tho exam
ination of credentials wus followed by tho
roll-cull of delegates, after which the nrl
ous committees wero appointed. Spenklug
of tho outlook of tho brotherhood, Grand
Muster Suricnt said! "Wo havo no reason
to complain of tho way wo aro bolng
treated by our employers. Tho tlmo Is
coming when ruptures between employers
and omployot will be thlnjs of the past"
MEW COIN AND NOTES.
Veterans Will Have a Chance to Oet Clean
Money In Washington.
An order was Issued a few days ngo by
Mr. Leech, thu director of tin mint, to Col.
Hosbysboll. superintendent of tho Phila
delphia mint to bavo coined at once f 103,
000 In silver half-dollars for uso In Wash
ington during tno Grand Army encamp
ment This Is a supplemental order to
others given for a largo amount of dimes
and S-cont ptoces to bo minted for tho
sumo purposo. Treasurer Nobeker has
ordered also an unusually largo amount of
small notes, sucli as one, two and flvo dol
lar bills, to bo prepared by tbo Ilureau
of Engraving, und Printing The pur
pose of having' tho great supply of new
coins und treasury notes on hind Is to en
ablo tho visitors In tho city at tho tlmo ot
tho Grand Army encampment to exchange
tbo worn out and filthy small cbango nnd
bills that they aro likely to bring with
them for samcthlng clean and hand
some. Tbo merchants and others ot tbo
city havo been notified that they can got
tbo money with which to tnnko chango
whllo tho vetoraus uro hero, so tbat tho
luttor can take homo Willi thorn somo prac
tical souvenir of tho capital city. Tho
Idea Is not only to benefit tho veterans
but to got In a lot of worn out bills that In
the natural courso of circulation would not
reach tho trousury for months and years to
coino. and in the plnco of It to got Into cir
culation all over tho country now and clean
PEARY'S (1REAT ACHIEVEMENT.
Eclipses All Explorers 011 tho Eust Coast
Tho stars nnd stripes havo been plantod
nt tho two points nearest tho north polo yot
reached by clvlllred man. Tho Navy
Department has rccolvod tho following tel
egram from Lieutenant Peary, at St
Johns, Nowfoundlundl "Tho United States
navy claims tbe highest discoveries on tho
Greenland cast coast. Independence Hay,
82 degrees north latitude, lit dogrcot west
longitude was discovered July 4, 1802.
Tho Orocnland tco capo onds south ot
Victoria Inlot" Tho hUhest point bore
toforo uttaluel on tbo eust coast Is about
75 or ,7 dogreos and was muds by Hoi
denby, a German, The highest point on
tho west coast was M degrees mado by
Lockwood nnd llruliicrd, of tho Greoly ex
pedition. Naval ofllcors nro delighted ut
'the success ot Llouteuuut Peary.innd his
telogrum was received with much pleasure.
JUMPED FOR THEIR LIVES.
Threo Persons Ilurneil to Death III Cham
hly's Hotel at Moulreul.
At an early hour Monduy morning flro
broko out In the Chambly Hotel, sltuatsd
on Jacques Cartlcr square, Muntroul. Tho
boardors on tho third floor bad to Jump
fiom tho windows, and In so doing Maximo
I'ltluhuult, aged 'M, Iluhtlste Churboiinouu,
und Julius Conmery sustained Injuries
moro or less snvcrc. When til's flro was got
under control, which was nut boforo tho
whole building hud been gutted, u search
wus mado. when the charred romulus of
two mou wore found. Ono wuh 11 sewing
mnchlno ugent named Turcottu und the
other u stableman. A medical student
iiumod Cldnlc wus found so badly limned
thut ho died on reaching tho hotpltuL
EIGHT THOUSAND MEN STRIKE.
Miners or tho Pittsburg District Resist u
Reduction of Wages.
Eight thousand coul miners, omplnyes ot
tho river operators In tho Pittsburg dis
trict, aro idle Tho grout strike antici
pated for several weeks pust, wus Inaugur
ated Monduy morning, nnd tho operative',
sturted out 011 what promises ta bo one of
tho most prolonged Idle spoils In tho his
tory of coal mining. Tho entlro second und
third pools uro now Idto mid there is no
prospect of an early roupiption. Tho
miners nro determined to resist the reduc
tion of their rate of wages from :i ' J t o :i
cents u bushel and the operators seem Just
us obstlnuto In their rofusul to py moro
than tho lust named flguro.
Killed an a Toboggan Slide.
Near Lincoln, Nob., uu uccldent resulting
fatuity occurred at tho Hurllngtoii llcuch
buthlng resort, A number ot womuu wtro
using tho tolojgau ltdo, whllo workmen
wero put thut up u wire from tbo slide to
the pavilion fjr u walking performance.
Tho wire was allowed to hung slack und
luy across tho toboggan slide, Mrs. llluu
t.'roy. unawute' of Its proinnce, started on
tho descent Tho wlro caught her undor
tho neck mid threw her don with gloat
forco, fracturing her skull. Sho wus it
moved to Lincoln and died two hours utter
ward. Christians Rlamed.
A mob In northwest Czo, Chueu. attribut
ing 11 sovero drought which wus prevailing
thero to the alleged evil Inlluenco nt tho
Christian missions, grlovously ussuultcd u
mlsklouury mimed Turner and his wife,
Tbq cuuplo fured very budly at tho hands
ot the Infuriated crowd of Ignorant na
tives und would very llkcl huvo boun put
to death If tho otllcluls of tho place hud
not luterferej und rescued them from tho
bunds ot their murderous ussallants.
Firs Inland Escupe.
Judgo llurnurd. ot tho Siipromo Court,
bus acted In tho 1'iio Island matter. He
Issued un Injunction retraining Governor
I'lowor, Dr. JenkliK, unit others from land
I ig quarantined pasiongcrs oe I'lro IsluuJ,
This applies to thu town of Inllp.
United Slatos Consul Ileateii.
United Stutes Consul C. Mutiny, ut St,
John's. N. 1',, was badly beaten Monduy by
four policemen. It Is said thut the police
woro drunk. Mitlloy wus rescued by citi
zens uflor it laud tlgot
Klllod Whllo Itu.l.tlng Arrest.
Whllo roslstlng urrcst ut Erin, Tenn.
Matt Alton, u desperado, was klllo 1 by De
tective J, W, Ilrouddus, Allen wus uuntod
for bolng an accessory to a murder,
tlAlTCItKD BY ttANIMTfl.
i Cuban Plnntor Kidnaped and S.nt
Homo to Secure 91,000 Harmons
Dispatches from Matanzai say that on
Aug. HO, Sonor Vega, colonist of tbo ''Noun"
estate, was kidnapped by flvo mounted and
armed men, who led him to tho woods and
di'inaiidod that ho should pay 61.000 for his
liberty. Tho prisoner under throats ot
vciiRonnco In the ovont of his play
lug thoni falso, was released on his
promise t) procuro tho sum dotniinded and
to rititrn with It to tho bandits. Vojta
Infortiiod tho authorities of lilt adventure,
and ho win Instructed to ro back whoro
tho bandits woro waiting and to allay thotr
suspicions so that a forco of soldiers who
would ho secretly dispatched to tho scona
could surnrlso and uupturo tho outlaws,
llu provided himself with tho miney re
nil I red, and arriving at tho bandits' rcn
rtczous was engaged In counting out the
ransom whon tho outlaws discovered the
approaching guards und llrd. Tho guards
Hred mi lliom and pursued them for some
distance but all succeeded In making
UHOWN 1M qUAUAMTINK.
ratlcnts an ftttlntnirn. Island Succumb
to Ilia Dread Malady.
Tho death record from cholera nt the
Now York lower quarantine was Increased
by four Thursday. All these dentin occur
red on Hwlnburno Island, whoro the sick
from tho choleru-lnfoctod ships uro tuken
as soon as thoy show tho first symtoms ol
tho plague. In addition to tbo deaths, ten
now cases wore reported unions the crow ol
tho Normnnulii and tho atcoragu passen
(tors ou her and on tho Rugla,
MANUI.KD IN A TRAIN.
Seven Fersons Are Head and at Least
Twenty ltec.lv. Injuries,
Just before 11 o'clock Saturday night the
rear couch of an outward bound und heav
ily loaded local passenger train on the
Fltchburg Itullroad was struck by a freight
otiglno at the North CambrWjo (Mass.)
station. Hovcn bodies woro taken from
tho wreck and twenty persons havo bocu
sent to tho Cumbrldgo Ilospttul.
I'arls Not Yet l'nea-y.
Tho cholera Is gulnlng ground In l'nrls
nnd vicinity, uttliough not sufficiently to
cuiiso uny signs of public uneasiness. Tho
ofllelul roports show that up to midnight
Wednesday thero were 113 now casos, of
which SO woro fatal. In I'arls Thursday
thcro woro 8o rasos and US deaths) In thr
suburb, 32 now casos and 31 death'.
Victims ol tho Clearfield Wreck,
Johnstown, l'u., dlsputcht Kourtoon
bodies huvo been recovered from the Clear
Hold branch wreck. All were ltullmis.
Tho accident was within u short distance
of the plac6 whero tho phantom truln wus
said to havo been scon soveral weeks ago,
mid this Is oxcltlng much lutorost union?
I'olsouod by tuition l'u r pic.
A Mexican on a plantation In Lavaca
County, Toxns, mot death In an extraordin
ary manner. Ha was picking In a field
whero London purplo had been uppllod to
kill worms und got some on hln hands. Ho
ato u wutormolon without washing hlr
hands and In a short time wus a corpse,
Threw Herself from a Moving Train.
Mrs, Mlillo Ilulley, wlfo of Attorney W.
II. Ilulley, of Wichita, Kun.. throw herself
from tho plutform of u Missouri Pacific
train near Eldorado, und her Injuries aro
considered fatal. Ihn woman was itilTor
Ing from moluncholy. 8ho bus three
The Heading trust, In Its efforts to ad
vuncetho prlco of hard coal In tho West,
Is holding buck shipments frum tho inlnos
In order that tho supply of coal on tho
Westorn ducks can bo kepi small. Coal Is
so scarce at Iluffalu that but fow bouts cuu
get cargoes. HuttM uro shaky.
Actor Thomas II. llnitawuy Dead.
Thonius II. lluduway. who was known to
tho thoutrlcul profession as tho oldest uctor
In this country, died of valvular dlsouso ol
tho heart on Wodnosduy at tho homo of
his son-in-law, William A. Senior, In Mont,
gomory, N. Y,, a?ed III yours,
To Fight the Coffin Trust.
Tho Mlunototu und Dakota funeral Di
rectors' Association voted to breuk uway
from the National Cofllu Trust. It hue
herotofnro been tho policy ot the mombors
lo putronlio only tho houses In tho trust
und this Is now to ho changed.
Quebec Firm Kinlinrrassed.
Iloauilut, aurnouu & Lofulvre, hardware
mcrchuutsuf Quebec, uro In fliiunclul dlffl.
cultlus. Their llubltltloi uro placoi at
Tti o Hoys Urow tied.
Two hrothors, William and James I'oer,
nged 10 und 13 respectively, woro drowned
while bathing In tho Monongaholu Hlvor at
CATTLE Common to Prime fcl.M & 0.73
lloos-Hhlpplng (trades a.so & t;s
HitEEP-KsIr to Choice 4.00 g fl.so
Wheat-No. 2 Spring -j ,
C0B.N-N0. a io .sttf
Oath-No. K :u,r3 Mh
ItYE-No. !).... M $ ,J7
HuiTEB Choice Creamery. SJ m .2i
KdOH Fbesii is $, ,19 1
l'OTATOES-New, per fm .M & .M
Catm.e Shipping a.'ii ts.w
Hoos Choice Light :i.so ct (,W
H'lEEr Common to Prime 3.00 vn.K
Wheat No. a lied 70 $ ,71
corn No. 1 White 1 & ,31
Oats No, 'J White, new..,. as & ,3d
Cattle 3.00 4.73
11008..,..,.,....... y.M rrf 6,0
WncAT-No. 2 Itod u 3. ,vi
COBN-No.il J A M
OA1B No. 2 w at ,ao
IUE-No.2 91 (31 ,W
Cattle a,oo 34.7s
Hook b.io in a.w
HUEEP. U.II0 tt S.2J
Wheat-No. 2 lied n'btg. ,7S4
Cobs No. 2 so is, .81
Oath-No. 2 Mixed 34'43 .Wi
Hte-No. 2 ss au .w-j
Cattle u.oo rat 4.60
lloos y.uo 0$ 6M
HHEEP... a.00 (ft 4.75
Wheat no. 2 lied 7s & ,70
Cobs No. 2 Yellow 4S1i! .4114
Paid-No.-Whit as 131 .ao
)VllEAT-No.2 70 & .77
Cobs No. 2 White 7l(.'t .4s'4
Oath No. a White -mi .aai
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M. A. LA BUY,
186 Wast Madison St., ore HaltUi,
RESIDENCE t 581 MILWAUKEE AVENUE, COR. WILL STREET.
L.ESAL. DOCTJISrlTSa DF?AWM
Telephone 4045. 1.1,-HI I . -
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
145 West Madison Street
Rooms 1 and 2,
448 W. Fifteenth 8t :
cor. Hal-ted and Madison, Chicago.
-MAX. PAPERS PBBPABKD AMD ACI-NOWI-CDOM-HM TAKBf.
4, 5 & 6, 125
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Also Leaseholds Negotiated.
Room 28, Commercial Bank Bldg.,
W. A. HUTCHWGS,
Real Estate & Fiscal Agent
rlcJCQriJ OF E3TATJ
Boom 28, 122 LaSalle St., CHICAGO.
AGENT FOR THI
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95 and 97 South Clark
Sample Room, Ice Cimm Parlor,
GARDEN AND HALL.
No. 1009 Ogden Avenue.
The J. Obermann Brewing Company's Extra Bx
57 1 Clark St
Office. 186 W. Madtsoa St., a W.
ORIENTAL BUILDING, )
TO ROOM 16,
St,, Cor. Washington St.
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