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DAILY, EX0E1T SUNDAY, BY
THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO.
S 'William H. Cox,
TH0UA4 A. DAVIS,
te u jTtnaaw
William H. Wads worth, Jr.,
Secretary and Treaturcr.
Whom as A. Davis KJUer ami Manaper.
FbaubelT. Hickman. .rlii'l Editor and Uoekktruer.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
' Wlt,Ll H. Cox, M. C. ltvn.ir.lL,
y M . T. r.iu.iiaiv. l.V IT. Xriiwu'nnTtf. Jr..
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Themas A. Davis.
'OFFICE -p"M'e Ltdetr TuUdine, A'e. 10 ItaJl
' 6ne Ten- ...... .- W 00
iMx Menth.......... . 1 BO
( Three Menth ... 73
DELIVERED B Y CARRIER.
Per Mentli ..
Parable te carrier at end et month.
Advertising rates uniform and reason
able and made kneicn en application at
S? 41. -.,
THE LEDGER . .
Is the largest dally
paper printed In Hays
Tllle count the col
umns and measure their
It gives you mere
reading matter than
It Is sold at the same
price as any ether Mays
tllle paper one rent a
ropy or 25 cents a
month, delivered by car
rier or sent by mall. If
you are looking for the
most for your money,
yen ran get It In TUB
Sew Is the time te sub
scribe suppose you clve
It a month's trial.
Circulation Mere Than
. 1,000 Daily.
T J. Advertising in THE
JUllLv Ledger is a sales
man that works early and
late. He is talking te peo
ple long beere your store is
f open aftd long ajier your
store is closed.
Isn't it rather queer, asks The Louis
ville Times, that the City Assessor of
Middlesboreugh a town in which it is
claimed that some $20,000,000 of English
capital has been invested can find but
$3,500,892 taxable property?
HON. Tuee. F. Hallam having wen
Ms Hhnl suit nrninst The. Cincinnati
V Per uetll turn Vila nitantinn in thn
BO-called Kentucky Pest at the May term
of the Federal Court in Covington. All
' decent journalists will pray for his success.
President Cleveland's inaugural
address does net satisfy the full measure
of British hopes, which is very sad.
But then it should be remembered that
Mr. Cleveland is President of the
United States. The Daily Telegraph
, Mr. Cleveland's brave words would
tt have been mere convincing te our minds
, of great reforms if he had net already
been in power nnd failed te de much te
, feet out the plagues of American life.
Tammany and kindred associations luugh
at any efforts te purify politics.
' The Standard deals at length with
that part of the address concerning the
Tariff as of special significance te Eng
land. It regards Mr. Cleveland's ut-
ternncea as tantamount te a declaration
that the Tariff, although reduced, will,
be se levied as te be essentially Protective.
A bill has been introduced In the
Legislature of New Jersey providing
that the state shall annually appropri
ate a certain amount from the state
school fund for the support and mainte
nance of parochial schools. This bill
should net become a law. The state
school fnnd should be sacredly reserved
for the public schools. These who
choeso te maintain schools separate
from the publie school' system have, of
coarse, the right te de se; bnt they
sfeeuld have no aid from the state school
fend. Once the American principle of
public support for the public schools
ealy la. invaded there can be no telling
where the invasion might end. Such a
(aw would be an entering wedge for the
eweplete destrnctien of the American
&yiem of public schools. Ne matter by
what limitations surreundcd.there should
fc he appropriation of public-money for
private or denominational education.
Tub excavated temples near Bombay
is ImH would require the labor of 40,000
; for forty years te complete.
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15 Is Fraclically Settled There
.Will Be Nene.
Cleveland Will Allew the Sentiment te
Grew in Faver of Ills Position
Upen the sitter Quentlen An Admli UtrR-
tlen Turin- lllll W te He 1'repitrrit by
the lre-imtr.v I)rptutiiiiiit u. u v, t
te Ceiifrrrta Next December.
WAStiiN'OTOX, March 7. The Star lms
this: It is new practically settled that
there will be no extra session of the
Fifty-third congress. It has been evi
dent slnce the silver men showed what
strength they had in the two houses of
congress that there would be no spring
session called te repeal the Sherman
law. New It Is settled, as well as can
be, se far In advance that there will
be no session In the fnll, and that con
gress will net get together befere the
regular time of meeting.
The president is satisfied that he was
misled as te the possibility of doing
anything with silver In the new con
gress immediately, and that he docs net
propose te ferce the fighting befere the
sentiment in favor of his position which
he hopes te grew, has had mere time te
It Is said te mean, also, that nn ad
ministration tariff bill Is te be pre
pared In the treasury department and
sent te congress In Dcecraber. Seme of
these men In the house who want te
have the honor of preparing their own
bill, and are disposed te resent any en
croachment of the executive en their
functions, are net pleased at the prospect
of having te act en a ready-made bill.
They call attention te the fact that
when the Walker bill was sent te the
house it was net received as a bill,
members resenting the interference
with their prerogatives, but a measure
exactly similar was brought in by the
ways end means committee. This is
only a matter of punctiliousness, how
ever, and it is safe te assume that any
tariff measure recelving the sanction of
the executive will, In the main, have
the approval of congress.
The silver men are new less anxious
about the treatment they are te receive
from Mr. Cleveland in the matter of
patronage. They have been afraid that
he might refuse te give any consider
ation te democrats who opposed him en
the money question, but they have been
satisfied that he is net going te be in
tolerant, but en the contrary, is going te
be conciliatory te a considerable degree.
This conviction puts them in a mere
amiable frame of mind than they were.
What Mr. Cleveland expects is that af
ter the members of the house and sen
ate have been at home for a few months
they will find that there is a change of
sentiment en the silver question, nnd
that many of them will come back here
In December mero favorably disposed
toward the administration's views.
llenrd by a Urrat Crowd In the be into
Washington, March 7. The crowds
which packed the senate galleries Mon
day morning and the multitude of peo
ple that surged through the corridors
and en the staircases of the capitol fur
nished evidence that many thousands
of the strangers who hud come te Wash
ington te witness the inaugurnl cere
monies, had net yet Lpft the city and
were determined te enjoy as much of
the show ns might still be presented.
When Vice President Stephensqn
made his appearance in company with
Rev. Mr. Butler, chaplain of the senate,
the spectators in the galleries could
net restrain their impatient enthusiasm,
and broke "in a round of hand clapping.
This ceased only when the prayer be
gan, and was renewed when the vice
president, at the close of prayer, took
his place as presiding eilicer.Q
When order was restored Secretary
McCook read the journal of Saturday
last. Then Senators Blackburn (Dcm.,
Ky.,) and Allisen (Hep., la.,) reported
that as the committee which had been
appointed te wait upon the president of
the United States, they had performed
that duty, and had been requested by
the president te inform the senate that
he would communicate Immediately in
Immediately afterward Mr. Pruden,
one of the president's secretaries, ap
peared and delivered a message from
the president transmitting the cabinet
Leaded ler ll'ur.
Glen Cove, L. L, March 7. The peo
ple of Glen Cove are still hunting the
bear. The creature is still at large and
has se far outwitted his pursuers. Ev
ery one in the vlllage Is new armed with
old army muskets or with modern
Winchester rifles. Qlen Cove at the
present time leeks like a recruiting sta
tion, for every one is carrying a weap
on of some kind.
AssUtuut (-ecretury of Mute.
Washington, March 7. Hen. Jeslah
Quincy, of Massachusetts, was Monday
fei inally tendered the position of assist
ant secretary of state by Secretary
Oresham, which he accepted. Mr.
Quincy Is a member of the national
committee, and in the campaign was
chairman of the committee of campaign
literature, lie is a graduate of Har
vard and a lawyer by profession.
regulators Abaant Frem Duty.
CeLUJinUB, O., March 7. The legisla
ture was booked for a session Monday
afternoon, but there were less than six
members of that distinguished body in
the city, and it was impessible te de
mero than read the journal of each
heuse and adjourn until Tuesday.
Coining te the Fair.
Bkiilin, March 7. Hans Virchow,
son of Rudelph Virchow, left here Mon
day for Chicago te represent the Ger
man medical and scientific department
at the World's fair.
Came of the Sandg-ate Landslide, .y
Londen, March 7. -The landslide at
Snndgate 1b new said te have been
caused by the blowing up of wrecks
Bear the cliffs.
' T ' i I . ... i
T1 rln:m paid in
in MAYSVHiLE, KY.,
II Y THE
3J Western and Southern
j Life Insurance Ce.
Nancy J. Celvin, West See-
end street $ 52 Ge.
Lucy McClain, Ne. 011 Ferest
nvenue SOS 50c.
J. L. TODD, Agent.
BUSINESS FOR SALE!
0lnpr te tlie death of the former owner, we
wish te sell the general store of
I1IGG1XS & CO., MT. GILEAD.
This Is ene of the eldest nnd beet stands In
Mnsen county, nnd the rluht party can get A
bargain. Applv te
HEES DAVIS. Administrator.
Small, the Tailor
CAN UK FOUND AT HIS
EMPORIUM of FASHION
Se. 110 Market Street,
Opposite Central Hetel.
C. W. WA11DLE,
Zwelgnrt's BIece, Second and Sutten Streets-
f?WhpnhAVlnsTeethKxtracted take Gas. Ab
l7 celutely l'atnlpsi and Hafe.
g TO-DAY 1
87 SO, 8. 810.
Z SI 30, S3 30, 89. rS
g J. T. Kackley & Ce.
Keep nn eye en us for S
WALLI'AI'EK AM) Z2Z
WINDOW SHADES. ZZZ
A. M. Campbell,
Has for Sale the Following Choice Preperty:
THE STANTON I'HOI'EHTY. SIX LOTS
AND A IlOtSE WITH ELEVEN
ItOOMS ON SECOND
STHEET IN THE FIFTH WAItD.
IIEMIY WATTKKSUN, Kdlter.
Best Democratic Taper Published.
ONLY 81 A TKAIU
tlllf f IIIII9IK Heat condensed news.
WWlinHW Hest stories.
Li e TLJCr "eet wemnn's pnire.
tlAO I nC nest children's departrae't
Best answers te cerre-
It Rim away a talnable premium etery !ar for
the larcest rluh recelud.
Snmple copies of the Weekly Courier-Journal
will be sent free te nny address.
Wrlte te the
C0UIUER-.10URNAL CO., Louisville
Unless sold privately liofere that dnte, I will
offer nt public enle en the premises, one-half
inile Enst of OrnnBOuurtr, en
SATURDAY, MARCH 11th, '93,
at 10 o'clock n. in., the Ceryell Farm. The
Improvements conslRtef a Reed house, geed
bem; the land Is well watered.
THIS IS THE FINEST SHEEP
FARM IN THE COUNTY.
It contains ubeut UK0 acres, SO acres of which
Is In fine white oak timber.
Terms One-fenrth cr.sh, balnnce in one,
two and thrce years, with 0 per cent. Interest
en deferred pnymcuts.
THOMAS A. KEITH.
Cluclniiatl, Portsmouth, Biff Sandy ami
Femerey Packet Company.
The splendld beats of this line, running be
tween Cincinnati, Portsmouth, Irenton, Hunt Hunt Hunt
Inirton.Oalllpellg and I'omerey.papa Maysvllle
Pemerny packets nostenB.Tclpfrrnph and City
of Madisen pass Maysvllle either way nt 1
Bonanza up dally for Vanceburtr at 8 n. m.,
returning for Cincinnati, pastes Maysvllle
OHiiy, uxcupt sunnily, in J p. in
Fer freight or passflije apply te
HARRISON AT HOME.
ChcerliiB Theumnd (Irret the J"x.Vrrl
dent en Ills Itetum te Intthttinppll.
isniANAi'utiB, I ml, March 7. Kx
Prciiilunt llenjamln Harrison arrived
home at 11:35 Monday In n srcial train
ever the 1'cnnsylvnnin line. The mem
bers of the rccoptlen committee met
him at Knlghtstewn. When the train
.mlled into the Union station here It
was greeted with cheers from 6,000
threats, and ns the ex-president walked
through the depot with Mrs. McKce he
was tendered an ovation.
W hen the carriages were reached, the
cx-prcsident, Mrs. McKee and the ether
members of the family were fteated In
the front carriage. About this car
riage delegations from the Colum
bia nnd the Marlen clubs formed nn
escort of honor. The Republican Com
mercial Travelers' and the Railroad
Men's clubs were also represented.
Vnrieus ether organizations also sent
In the second carriage Gov. Matthews,
Maj. Sullivan nnd Judges Weeds and
linker, of the federal court, were seat
ed. The carriages and their occupants
moved slowly through the great throng
and passed up Illinois street tp Wash
ington street and thence by wpy of
Pennsylvania street te the Denisen
Along the line of march the build
ings were all decorated with lings and
portraits and from every window lings,
handkerchiefs and hats were waved,
and from the crowds In the streets a
continuous cheer was sent up. After
the Denisen heuse was reached the
ex-president was escorted te the bal
cony from which he addressed the
THE GREAT LEVELER.
One of thn Worst Cyclone Known lu Mnny
Yearn In the !-euth.
Atlanta, Oh., March 7. Reports
continue te come in from Friday night's
cyclone, which was one of the most de
structive that ever visited the south.
There Is a singular coincidence con
nected therewith, and that is It was al
most exactly In the path of cyclones
which have visited this country as long
as the records show, or back te 160S.
Reports show that while the less et life
has been greater in ether seotiens, the
destruction of propert' is In nil some
thing very large. Many of the people
are destitute, and calls for aid are being
made from all points along the path of
the monster. At Greenville, Miss., cit
izens have already held a meeting and
organized a relief committee, and issued
In Treupe cednty the cyclene swept
away nearly all the farm houses nnd
scattered all farm supplies. A roan
who returned from there says that in
following the track of the storm nearly
everything is a complete wreck, and the
less falls heavily en the farmers. The
suffering is something terrible te con
template. People white nnd black were
gathering their bedding and cooking
utensils and what feed they could find
scattered. Se complete was the destruc
tion that physicians could hardly find
enough dry rags or clothing with which
te bind up the wounds of the injured.
A Tell Take.) en the Three Lending Qucx.
tlen of the Day.
Nr.w Yeuk, Mnrch 7. A special te
the V. oriel from Washington says: A
corps of reporters has polled the benate
en three great questions of legislation,
asking each senater:
"De you favor the repeal of the Sher
man silver law?"
'De you favor the repeal of the Mc
Kinley tariff law?"
'De you favor the annexation of
Te repeal the Sherman act or the Mc
Kinley bill will require a majority of
the senate or 45 votes. But te ratify a
treaty the constitution requires a two
thirds vote of all senators present, if
the entire senate votes en the Hawaiian
treaty it will require CO affirmative
votes te ratify.
A table is printed which shows that
of 83 senators in town 39 favor nnd 28
oppose the repeal of the Sherman silver
law, while 10 are non committal; 4i
favor and 33 oppose the repeal of the
McKlnley act, while 0 are non-committal;
nnd 40 favor and 20 oppose the
annexation of Hawaii, while 23 are non
committal THE MISSISSIPPI CYCLONE.
fourteen Lives Reported Lest by the
hterin Neur liuriiett Much l'repcrty De
stroyed. HATTiKSiiL'ne, Miss., March 7. Frem
a passenger en the southbound train it
is learned that the cyclone of Friday
night spread death and desolation In
the vicinity of Harnett, a small station
en the Queen and Crescent railway,
thirty miles south of Meridian.
Fourteen lives are reported lest in
and around liarnett, nnd twenty or
mere persons injured. Buildings were
wrecked and the debris strewn in every
direction. It is said that eight mem
bers of Daniel Harnett's famllj' were
caught beneath falling timbers nnd
crushed te death. The citizens for
miles around have gene te tlje rescue.
The whele town of Pachula was de
stroyed, scarcely a heuse being left
standing. Three Negroes were killed
en the planatlen of Maj. M. F. Herry.
The l'epe l'leused With butelll'i Trent?
Reme, March 7. Pope Lee is grati
fied by the offer of American Catholics
te give Mgr. Satolli n resldence in
Washington as a present In honor of
the pope's Episcopal jubilee, and his ho
liness will send his boncdictien te the
The Cabinet Ciinllrmed,
Washington, March 7. The senate,
in executive secssien Monday, confirm
ed all the cabinet nominations. At
12:30 p. m. the senate adjourned until
(lav. i urney 111 Again.
Nashville, Tenn., March 7. Gov.
Fetor Turney has had another attack
of rheumatism at his home in Winches
ter, and will net be able te ceme te
Nashvllle for a week.
Judge Oreshaiu llealgns.
Washington, March 7. Judge Grcsh
am has filed his resignation as judge of
the Seventh circuit, and it has bacn accepted.
rpiiESR Instruments have enjoyed
X a lilKh reputation for mero than
forty year. Theynre Brilliant and
Musical In Tone, nnd nlferd a most
beautiful necempanlmcnt te vocal
music the tene hnvlnir that rnre
sympathetic quality which blends
admirably with the human voice.
They nre Durable, belntr con
structed et the Best Materials by
the Most Skillful Workmen. They
have earned nn especial reputation
lerkccplntr In tone, nnd nlse ler re
talnlnK In a most rumnrknble do de
Kreo their original fullness of tone
never Kiewlnv thin or wiry with
nge. The Company, through their
nsrents, have received several first
premiums during the past few
years, nnd their Instruments have
Invnrlnbly taken IiIkIi rank wher
ever exhibited. Prices Modernto.
SEND FOR CATALOGUE.
EMERSON PIANO CO.
174- Tremont Street,
I Ne. 2
2 Fifth Avenue, New Yerk.
218 Wabaah Ave, Chicago.
WHITE, JUDD & CO.
-Are still In the-
At Ne. 42 W. Secend Street.
J. J. FITZGERALD,
Plumber, Gas and Steam-Fitter!
11 West Second Street,
Jewel Gns Steves.
Gee. M. dinger & Sen,
BRICK JIASONS AND CONTRACTORS I
Estimates made en all classes of Werk.
Leck Bex 417. MAYSVILLE, KY.
A First-class Line of
for Christinas Presents.
P0WFR, & REYNOLDS.
I AM READY
with a full supply of
te My Business.
PUKKST and DEST at LOWEST PRICES.
Prescriptions a Specialty nt nil hours by Wil
liam C. Weed, rharimicist.
Druggist, MAYSVILLE, KY.
State National Bank
CAPITA n STOCK .
SO A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
0. 1). I'karck, Cashier.
W. II. Cox, President.
Jno. I'lLKs. Vice-President.
FDBU5 US3IS SU1LDM3,
ORDERS SOLICITED r'OK
THAT CAN BE
Academy of tlie Visitation Bearding
and Day Scheel for Yeung Ladles,
This Institution has a hlh roputRtlen for Its
many advantages and thorough education In
overy braneh. The Musical Department 1b
under the direction of agrndnate or a noted
conservatory. (Jermnn nnd Ecjoctle System
of Drawlnif tnuirht froe. Blind pupils will be
trained by the lelnt-prlnt Methed. Fer terms
and ether intnrmntlen apply te BISTKUS OF
TUB VISITATION. Maysvllle, Masen Ce.. Ky.
Allen A. Edmonds,
CONDENSP NEWS '
Gathered Frem All l'arts or the Ceantrr
Chns, Knoch, a St. Eeufsbnrbcr, after
trying te kill his fourth wlfe Sunday,
made her n widow nn hour later by
The tiend body of a (riant wild man'
was found in the big weeds near Galla
tin, Tenn. He was seven feet high and
weighed 1100 pounds.
Little Jlramle Graham and Oliver
Gnrland are dead, malting a total of
ten victims by the oxplesl6n In the Ce
dar mine at Albla, la.
The, widow of Tim Mullen, of Park
ersbu'rg, W. Va., has just sold te the
Standard Oil Ce., for ?70,000 some oil
land that a year age could be bought
The town clerk of Tralce, county
Kerry, James Casey by name, shot
Whalen, the rate collector In the beard
room through n qtiarrel about politics.
AVhalen is dying.
The West Virginia heuse passed the
appropriation bill nt midnight Monday,
after one of the stormiest sessions en
record. It will probably pass the sen
ate, and the session will end.
The New Yerk Ilcrnld's correspond
ent in lluenes Ayrcs says that the Ar Ar
gentine government has ordered the
varshlp Ninth of July te proceed from
Londen te America te participate in the
A committee te intcrcede with the
Brazilian government In behalf of Rev,
J. II. Nelsen, Imprisoned in Brazil for
publishing an article attacking the
patron saint of the country, was ap
pointed at Baltimore Monday.
The announcement is publicly made
by Gall Hamilton (Miss Abigail Dedge),
with the co-eperntlon of Mr. Blalne's
family, is preparing a biography of the
late James G. Blaine, but she enn net
say when It will be completed and
During a storm at sea recently the
bark Lady Simpsen was wrecked, The
captain, his wlfe nnd flve of the crew
were picked up after unheard of suffer
ing. They have just reached San Fran Fran
ciseo in safety. Flve of the crew were
James V. Hyatt, who was U.S. treas
urer during Mr. Cleveland's former ad
ministration, Is suffering severely with
gout nt his residence In Norwalk, Ct.
Many of his friends fear for the worst,
but the attending physicians give hopes
that the patient may eventually re
cover. Twe mere troops of cavalry passed
through Guthrie, a T., for the Chero
kee strip. They have erders te clear
the strip of boomers and cattle and In
dians, and keep it clear until the presi
dent declares it open. The boomers
arc gathering upon the line in great
numbers-, but there Is no disposition te
enter until the opening takes place
Seme days age Geerge Goodwin, a
well known cltizeu of Petersburg, Vn.,
made and sent te Mrs. Prcsldent Cleve
land a toy which is en the erder of the
fifteen puzzle. When properly worked
the words spell "Grever Cleveland" and
"Baby Ruth." Mr. Goodwin has. just
received a very nice Tetter from Mrs.
Cleveland expressing her appreciation
of the gift
Cincw.'Naii. March 7.
FLern Winter patent, U03.-M0. fancy,
iai5,.310 family. .40 ii 00. extra, fiOOd 2.20;
low grade, .1.T03SOO; springpatcnt, .15iW.5P;
spring fancy, .asft'taoe spring family. jaiOfli
a 00 Kvt Heur, a 351.3. 60. Uuckwheet, S2.503
2.73 per 1J0 lb sack.
Wheat The market was uylet nud unset
tled. Millers paid 70e for prime offerings of Se.
2, but shippers claimed te have no marprln t!
better than C9& Ne. 3 red quotable nt &X&07C
for prime te choice.
CeitN Kar continued firm with 5 fair feeding
demand, prime te choice samples being held at
H& 47a The market wag Irregular and uneasy
for shelled samples, owing te demunage rate;
exacted by railroads.
Oats Geed white samples were In demand
en seeding account at 37iii(Se for Ne. 2 white
and regular feeders' samples at S7c Ne. 3 white
hild at 33Vi'.!i0c ficders' views being at about
35c Ne. 2 mixed quotable at SlS(23i6.seedsam
pies commanding the outstde figures.
Htk Market nominal at M.57c for prim
te choice Ne. 2. Sales of Ne. 2, spot, track,
Cattle Steady; fair te geed shippers, SLM
05.00; geed te choice butchers, R'J&(i.4.75: fait
tomedlum butchers, U2S4 00; common, a Ma
Vkai, Calves Easy; fair te geed, idO0s
7.00, common te large, ja60A5a
Heas Steady; select shippers, ta0it&5:
select butchers. S&00Q.&23; geed packers, W.60
U8.00, fair te geed light, &7.00&7.C5; common te
rough, 1 0.7&37.HX
Sheep and Lambs. Sheep Streug; extra.
(fi.26; geed te choice, t4.50it6.00, common te
fair, 4S.OOttf4.ia. Lambs Steady; extra, U90;
geed te choice, ' 6.758 23, common te fulr, U.SQ
NewVeiik, March 7.
Wheat Ne. 2 red, quiet, steady; May, TOWO
Ceitr Ne. 2, !i SKiO lower; dull, steady; May,
W7-18e; July, 5eyc
Oats Ne. 2, dull, steady; May, 37Xe; wes
PirrsnuneM, March 7.
Cattle Market strong, nnd sold a shade
higher than lust week; prime, 15.25A.75; fair
te geed, t4.50a5.O0; common, ta75-4 23. fresh
cows, $3) te .33; eleven eats cattle shipped te
Hogs Market active; prime heavy salected,
&M)a8.M; best mixed, 'a20.i8.35; best Yorkers,
7.9taaO0; pigs and light Yorkers, .507.75;
fourteen cars of hes shipped te New Yerk.
Sheep Molrket strong, and sold at about
last week's prices
BALTiMOitB. Mareh 7.
Wheat-Dull, Ne. 2 red, bpet, 73tc; March,
75c; May, 77c,
Cehn Firmer; mixed spot and March, 48c;
Oats Firm and steady; Ne. 2 wblte western,.
KYE-Dull: Ne. 2, CCc asked.
Chicago. March 7,
FLOUit andQuain. Cash quotations; Fleur;
Dull and unchanged. Ne. 2 spring wheat, 73Uf?
74!ic; Ne. 3 spring wheat, (3 .07c; Ne. 2 red,
TJUfetfJe. Ne. 2 com, Uc. Ne. 2 eata, 30!4c;
Ne. 2 while f. e. U, Mtfc; Ne. J while, 311(3 :',4C!
Ne. 8 rye, 51 He; Ne. 2barley, C2 ; Ne. 8f. e. b.,
40"58o;Ne.4, f a b 35140c, Ne. I flaxseed,
Philadelphia, March 7.
Wheat Dull and lewer: Ne. 2 red, Murch, 71
a76&c; April, 77.77Uc; May, 7bj.78Uc; June,
Cens Itulcd Arm but closed easier; Ne. 2,
mixed March, 40!;Q.49c; April, 4K49Uc;
May,49)j 47,e; June, 49Jiai9e.
Oats-Firm, but quiet, 'Ne. 2 white March,.
Teledo, O , March 7.
Wueat Dull and caster; Ne. 3 cash, 7lJje;
May, 74!c; June, 75c; July, HHc
CeitN Dull and steady; Me. 2 cash, 42ie;
stay, 43e; rve. s yeiiew, 4-ie.
HYB-rDullt caulk 6Tc , ,vP
ULOVKH-kEKD-ACtive snaiewcr; prune ca.
nnd March. M.50. " ..
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