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MARIETTA DAILY LEADER.
YOL. II. NO. 124.
MARIETTA, OHIO, MONDAY, MAY 25 1896.
PRICE ONE GENT.
An Increased Number of Fail
ures for the Week.
The Stock Market Refuses to
Orders for a Panic.
Tholloot and Shoo Factories Running Fol'
' Time-Slight Redaction In tho Trlco of
Nails Expected Tho Dcmnml for
I Structural Work Lest Urgent. "
' New Yokk, May 23. R. G. Dun & Co.
Failures for tho week have been 22 i
In the- United States against '207 las
rear, and 28 in Canada against 23 last
There is nothing like reaction in bus
incss, though the volume is small. ,Th
' stock market refuses to obey ordcri
ifor a panic. Manufacturers are not
'gaining on tho whole, but vcrj
) few are losing. The railroad
'stocks average a shade highci
t than a week ago and there is abund
ant pvldence that men of money art
watching for tho right moment to buj
at the bottom, certain that tho good
crops and definite political' prospect!
will bring improvement in tho falL
Men of all parties havo.falth that the
American peoplft will find tlfo righl
way to maintain the soundness of thcii
I currency. .Thcro Is, no longer the
(threatened danger that both houses
of congress will go wrong and
tho success of sound money
men in both parties ' as fat
iwcst as South Dakota is most
'significant. Tho business world has
'tho best of reasons for refusing to gc
'into a panic, and it looks hopefully for
ward to definite improvement as soon
as political uncertainties is out of the
iway. Tho waiting conditions which
seems to some people nothing bettor
'than stagnation still continues. Bui
thoro is a difference. Thousands oi
orders and contracts arc merely
deferred because they can - be more
safely given a littlo "" later.
There is nothing exciting in the
speculative market for exportable
products and the stories about damage
to wheat havo been numerous, but the
general belief regarding the future
supply is fairly reflected in tho decline
of 1.52 cent per bushel. Cotton specu
lation lifted the price a fraction for a
day or two, but it declined again, and
such movements are always easy at
this season when stocks can o easily
controlled. The European and Amer
ican mill supplies, with commercial
stocks, still exceed maximum consump
tion for the crop year and tho
promise for tho coming crop Is decided
ly good. If the output of rihr iron
Am 1 Ii It?
Our last week's business was another EECORD BREAKER. We
thank the people of Marietta and vicinity for their patronage, and
shall continue io give them the very best goods at our usual low prices
We Will Continue for Another Week Our Grand
$8.00 MEN'S SUIT SALE.
These suits are absolutely the biggest bargains ever offered in Ma
rietta. They comprise Fancy Cheviot's, Scotches and Plaids, English
Diagonals and Fine Olay Worsteds. Best of workmanship and fault
Hot Weather Clothing I
Men's White and Fancy Duck Vests $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 and $2.50.
Men's Black Alpaca Ooats, very
Serge Ooats and Vests, very light summer weights, satin finish in
black and blue, $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00.
Men's Pants all wool, medium and light colors, continuous waist
bandBy well tailored, cannot be matched under $2.50;
Our Price $ 1 .75.
Boy's Fancy Junior, Reefer and Double Breasted Suits, all wool,
sizes 4 to 14, at" ...- $J.75?
CHILDREN'S WASH SUITS,
Oloth, at - -
IVten's ITiarnisliiiia's !
Men's Fine Balbnggah Shirts and Drawers, pure-Egyptian, assort
ed colors, '.-," - - - 25 cents.
Men's Fine Silk Finished Balbriggan JSlurts and Drawers,' extra
fine quality, .... 50 cents. ,
Men's Neglige Outing Shirts,
We have just received a second shipment of
For Men, Boys and Children.
The best' 50 cent Men's Straw J3.&ts ever sold in Marietta.
Clothiers. Hatters and Furnishers,
T7ui nj3 Ui llv ara
- ' " -T
were always" a rciraOTB 'barometer' of
business conditions as somo suppose,
tho returns of furnaces in blast May 1,
according to tho Iron Ago, 163,319 tons
against 187,461 April 1, would bo con
vincing. But tho Incrcaso of stocks
unsold since January 1 has been 243,015
tons and this, deducted from tho output
of furnaces, leaves 2,078,348 tons for
four months, which is certainly in
excess of tho actual consumption, be
cause the stocks of tho great steel com
panies aro not included in tho state
ment. Since tho steel billet pool was
formed tlicso stocks havo doubtless in
creased largely. Thoro is scarcolyany
improvement in tho demand for finj
ished products, though tho bar associa
tion has becomo strong enough to en
ablo makers of steel bars to get a
slightly higher price. Tho demand for
nails is so light that a reduction of
prico is expected; tho demand
for structural work is less urgent, but
yet orders arc encouraging in number,
although new contracts aro for small
quantities. Bessemer pig is a shado
lower, and tho ablest observers of tho
iron market nstice thcro is glaring In
congruity between pig at 812.60; billets
at S20.S5 and steel rails at 828.
The boot and shoo manufacturers
have quite tho best of it at present ant5
tho factories are nearly all employ
full time, somo of them having ordors
for somo months ahead. A slight od
vanco in women's grain shoes is tho
only change yet made in prices,
but a general advance is ex
pected because the market for
leather is much stronger in tone,
though this week unchanged in quota
tions, while tho Chicago market for
hides is quite excited because of scanty
supplies and the average of quotations
is nearly seven per cent, higher.
The tcxtilo manufacturers aro stilf
waiting, as they havo been for months
past, and tho extensive curtailment of
production docs not strengthen prices
in tho least.
Will Meet In Cincinnati.
Cincinnati, May 22. The Synod of
tho Reformed Presbyterian Church of
tho United States of America will meet
In this city May 27, at 8 p. m., in the
Clinton-Street church. A week will
probably be consumed in transacting
its business. Abcut 200 delegates fr6m
all parts of 'tho country will attend.
Gall Hmnllton III.
Salem, Mass., May 2. Miss. Abigail
Dodge, "Gail Ilamilton," has been
taken suddenly HI with an attack sim
ilar to that which caused her protract
ed illness at Washington about a year
ago. Her friends are considerably
alarmed a?, tho. return of. tho illness.
'Europe's ' population lias increased
by 29,928,000 in the last ten years, near
ly half of tho increase, 12,510,000, be
ing in Russia, while France has re
mained stationary, her total increase
being only C7.000.
desirable, $1.25, $1.50 and $2.00.
in neat stripes,
made of Madras
with collars atta6hed or detached,
0C 75c and $ 1 .,00.
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Old if. u, Building
The Venerable AfriCan. Mission
ary Declared Non-Effective.
He Jdins tho OthersMn Retirement",
Despite His Objections on the Floor.
It Was Decided by tho Commit teo That tho
Methodist Church Conld No Longer
Trojt Its Work ,ln Africa to a Man
Who Wns so Advanced In Ace.
Cleveland, O., May 23. -Some Im
portant reports of tho committee on
episcopacy were decided and adopted
by tho general conference of tho M. E.
church Saturday morning. Bishop
Warren, of Denver, presided.
Rev. Dr. Buck'loy, chairman of tho
committee on episcopacy, presented a
report saying that it had carefully ex
amined into tho charges preferred by
Rev. Dr. A. C. Bowdish against Bishops
Fowler, Fitzgerald and Warren. Tho
charges of Dr. Bowdish were
that during tho annual conference
of tho New York cast conference
in tho spring of 1S04 he
was transferred without his judg
met or consent by Bishop Fowler to
tho New England conference, and he
was told at the timo by Bishop Fowler
that Bishop Fitzgerald would tako
good caro of him. By reason of the
transfer, Rev. Mr. Bowdish said, he
was thrown out of an appointment
for 11 months, during which time 'ho
was at great expense,
Tho report cxhoneratcd tho bishops.
It wns adopted.
Bishop William "Taylor, missionary
bishop to Africa, was declared non-effective.
EEV. JAMES II. BUCKLEY, D. D.
Dr. Buckley, in presenting tho report,
said that tho committee had carefully
gono Into tho retirement of Bishop
Taylor and It had decided that tho
Methodist church could no longer trust
its work in Africa in tho hands of a
man so old. It was a hard thing to do,
ho" said, but it must bo done.
Bishop Taylor objected to his retire-
ment, but no attempt was made to pre-( festivities preliminary to the corona
vent it on tho floor. He was recom- Hon 01 the czar took nlaco in tlin snn.
mended to the generous consideration
of the book concern. The discussion
of tho report of tho committee on epis
copacy, recommending additional mis
sionary Bishops, was further partici
pated in by Dr. A. J. Kinnct, of Phila
delphia. He said that the great work
of the church in foreign lands demand
ed moro bishops.
Dr. Payne, of Cincinnati, opposed the
report. He'thought that tho only solu
tion of tho problem was on tho estab
lishment of foreign Episcopal resi
dences. "The matter of expense," ho
said, "should cut no figure. It docs
not cost any more for a full bishop to
travel than a half one."
Dr. Buckley, of New York, made an
earnest plea against tho further in
crease of missionary bishops. He said
that tho appointment of -any more
vould result in America being over
run with them asking for money for
favorite missionary enterprises.
u. j. jjitiie, oi inow loru: -ii mo
general conference does not want these
men to solicit money in America let it
tell them not to do it:"
J. B. Graw, of New Jersey, said that
if the men who wanted to bo bishops
were taken away from the supporters
of this report thcro would be none left
to support It.
Dr. Bristol, of Chicago, opposed the
increase of bishops on constitutional
Tho committee on episcopacy of the
general conference, has decided to
recommend the election, of a missionary
bishop for South America and an addi
tional missionary bishop for India.,
The Etrnrht Deats Her Record.
London, May 23. Tho Cunard Line
steamer Etruria, which arrived' at Liv
erpool. Saturday from New York, made
tho run from Sandy Hook light-ship to
Daunt's Bock Queenstown) in six days
and 58 minutes, an average rate of
speed of over 20 knots an hour. Her
best previous record was six days, ono
hour and one mlnuto, mado llii March
last, so "that she has beaten her best
former run by three minutes. Tho
Etrurta's passengers and mails were
delivered in Lbndon Saturday fore
Wants Grover Impeached.
Washington, May 23. Representa
tive Howard, populist", of Alabama, in
troduced a resolution in open house
Saturday' for" the' impeachment of
president Cleveland. .The grounds al
leged by the r80ut)on being illegal
sale of bonds, illegal use of the pro
ceeds, of tho bond sales, corruption in
politics' ffnd, refusal to enforce the anti
C)eveUni! Vetoes a Bill.
WAeirfxqTON", May 23. Resident
Cleveland Saturday returned to the
JiOuse with bis vetb'.thd bill-to ctiaijge
aid reguato the fees of receivers and
registers of land offices..
One ttntlfe lllock nt Slstcrsvlllo, W. Vn.
Destroyed, With an Aggrcgnto Loss of
Wheeling, W. Va., May 23. A spe
cial to tho News from Sistcrsvllle, W.
Va., says: The most disastrous fire that
has ever visited this city occurred early
Saturday morning, when the entire
block, corner of .Wells and Charles
streets, was consumed.
Tho fire started In the restaurant
and saloon of Thompson fc Miller, and
spread to the Bijou opera house and
Drummond's drug store, on cither
All the buildings burned, of which
eight were of dry hemlock lumber and
they went like tinder. It looked at
one time as though tho greater part of
the business portion of the town was
doomed. The fire wns not entirely ex
tinguished before the owners had
teams hauling lumber and cleaning tho
ground off preparatory to rebuilding.
The sufferers from tho fire estimate
their losses ou the buildings and their
contents at 818,000, .with no insurance,
the companies refusing to take the
REPORTED TO THE SENATE.
Tho General Deficiency Appropriation Hill
Somo of tho Prominent Items Added.
Washinoton, May 23. Tho general
deficiency appropriation bill was re
ported to tho Senate Saturday. The
principal Items added by the senate
committee were the following:
To pay the widow of the late minis
ter of Mexico, Isaac P.- Gray, of Indi
ana, SS,7.jO; to enable President Palmer,
of tho World's Columbian commission,
to pay all outstanding claims, .0,517; ex
penses ofvcollecting customs revenue in
creased from SS50.000 toSl, 150,000, to pay
I the owners of the Norwegian steamer
i "Peter .Tebscn for damages resulting
! from collision with tho revenue cutter
Hush, in San Francisco harbor last
I March, 52,570; to pay each member of
the house of representatives, not a
chairman of a committee, for an an
f nual clerk, 8170,134 in addition to the
I amount already appropriated for ses
Consltlcrable Dntnngo Done to Froperty
In Adair County.
CoLUSiniA, Ky., May 2:;. A destruct
ive wind and rain storm passed over
Adair county doing considerable dum
age. Two cribs containing o00 barrels
of corn, two barns, in which was stored
0,000 pounds of hay and 20,000 feet of
lumber, tho property of W. B. Hurt,
were destroyed, lightning striking and
setting tho buildings on fire. The loss
is SI, 200, with no insurance.
A barn belonging to J. D. Todd was
also sot on firo by lightning, consum
ing tho building and burning to death
two valuable mules.
The Coming Coronation I'roclalmcd.
Moscow, May 23. At nine o'clock
Saturday morning one of tho most in
teresting sichts connected with the
ate square, in front of tho arsenal in
side tho Kremlin. It was the procla
mation of the coronation by tho pic-
. turcsquc Russian heralds. With tho
exception of the emblems of mourning
and the wording of the proclamation
tho ceremony was in all respects the
same as tho ono witnessed in St.
I Petersburg at the funeral of the late
Congressman Fletcher Ilenomlnatod.
Minneapolis, Minn., May 23. Con
gressman Loren Fletcher wns renom
inated at tho Fifth district republican
congressional convention Saturday
morning. Only one ballot was neces
sary, his opponent F. -F. Davis, being
out of it entirely. His most dangerous
opponent at the polls will bo Sidney M.
Owen, who will be put in nomination by
the free silver party, and who was de
feated by Senator Nelson in tho gub
ernatorial race jn 1894.
Guilty of First Degree Murder.
J3lNbHArfl'T0N, N. Y., May 23. Sat
urday morning tho jury in tho case of
Mrs. Ellsa Thurston, ' charged with
poisoning her husband after being out
sinco Friday at ono o'clock, returned
a verdict of guilty of murder in the
first degree. Tho prisoner received tho
verdict without flinching. Tho result
is a surprise to all who have studied
the case, as tho evidence against tho
woman was entirely circumstantial: A
new trial will probably be granted.
Elklns Will Call on McKlnley.
New Yoiik, May 23. A Washington
special to the Sun says: Senator
Stephen B. Elkins, of West Virginia,
will bp tho next prominent republican
to visit McKinley at 'Canton, O. Con
gressman Grosvenor visited tho senate
chamber Friday afternoon and extend
ed a cordial invitation to Mr. Elkins
from Mr. McKinley to call upon him
and ho will do so at his earliest con
venience, probably within o day or
"Little Pete," the Chinese Crook.
SXtfFn'ANcfsco, May23. A morning
paper states that "Little Petov'.' tho
notorious Chinoso cropk, vrho recently
bribed a number of colored jockeys at
tho Bay District track and thereby de
frauded the bookmakers of about
S 100, 000 is responsible for the circula
tion of a vast amount of counterfeit
silver coinage with which the coast is
A Naval Court of Inquiry.
Washington, May 23. The secretary
of the navy Saturday appointed a court
of inquiry to meet at Mare Island navy
yard, California, May 29, to inquire an
allegation that -Assistant Paymaster
Edwin D. Webster had not mado resti
tution of 82,500 alleged to have been
attained by him as security for his
clerk) Win. .JvTobln. .
Indiana sost umct uiscoutlnned.
Washington, May 23, The post office
at New Eta. Pekalh county. Jnd,, has
beenjsepqtinued; mail to peltalb.
A cream of tartar Halting Powder. IIlgheBi
of all in leavening strength Lattit unllta
Slates Government Food lieport.
Roval Hakino Powdek Co , 108 Wall St. N.
Kotr and Interesting Uappenlngs Wlthla
. COL. 0AS..D. GUEST,
AJI'romlneut Clitl Wnr Veteran, Dies Frou
nn Ovcrdoso of Morphine.
Cincinnati, May 23. Col. James D
Guest aged 55, a veteran of the latt
war and recently an inmate of th
Soldiers' home at Dayton, O., wai
found dead in bed at the Brunswick
hotel at 7:00 o'clock Saturday morning,
with a partially emptied bottle of mor
phine under his pillow.
Col Guest came to Cincinnati several
days ago and registered at tho Stag
hotel, but Monday morning ho became
intoxicated and was ordered oul
of that place. Ho took a cab al
ono p. m. and wont to tho Bruns
wick, where ho took sick and was treat
ed by Dr. Hockett. Thursday ho was
well, apparently, hut being addicted
to the opium habit, went to Boss" drug
store at Twelfth and "Vine and bought
an eight ounce .phial of morphine.
Saturday he did not rise when
the hell boy called him, and be
ing shaken, was found to bo dead.
The phial was found partially emptied.
Dr. l'ogel was called in and lie notified
Coroner Haerr. wha decided that' it wab
a case of accidental, poisoning.
GOLD MEN'S VICTORY.
I'.cbult it tho Tivcnty-Flrst Democratic
Convention, of Ohio.
Cixvi.LANn, O., May 20. The Twenty-first
district democratic convention
held hero Saturday resulted in a vic
tory for the gold wing of tho party.
Hon. Tom L. Joluioon and S. II. Hold
ing wore elected delegates to the Chi
cago convention. P. J. McKenncy was
elected as presidential elector. The
district i3 composed of a part of the
The silvcrites were victorious in the
20:h district democratic convention
hold here Saturday. Tho district is
composed of part of this (Cuyahoga)
county, Lake and Medina counties.
John B. Fo'iter, of Cleveland, and Hor
ace Alvord, of Lake "county, both free
silver men, were elected delegates to
the Chicago convention.
FRAME WORK FELL.
ceral Workmen Injured nt a "Ilalslnp;"
at Grover mil, O.
Cor.UJiuus,, O., May 23. At Grover
Hill, O., a station on the Findlay, Fort
Wayne and Western road, while men
were raising tho heavy framework for
a flouring mill, some of tho supports
g.ivc way and the frame fell, several of
the workmen being caught and crushed
Injured: Lawrence Walsh, left leg
mangled, right arm and collar bono
broken and shoulder out of place, will
probably die. Dam Stoltz, right leg
broken and hurt internally, may re
cover. Phillip wcisn. icit arm oroicca
and badly bruised about body. Sev
eral other workmen escaped with slight
bruises. . .
Ohio Fourth Class Postmasters.
Washington,, May' 23. Following
postmasters for Ohio were commis
sioned Friday: ' Pilcher, Belmont coun
ty, Albert It. Strlckling. Bundysburg,
Geauga county, Horace E. Horton;
West Lebanon, Wayne county, Wm. C.
The Faslc norse Sale.
Cleveland, O., May 23. At the
Fasigsale Friday CO horses were sold
for an aggregate of SS.450. One only
brought S400. Among those sold wore
18 saddle horses which brought S3.00C
of tho total.
Ono of the Victims Dead.
Caldwell, O., May 23. One of the
children of Elislla Weekly, whoso fam
ily was poisoned "by arsenic Tuesday,
died Friday morning in great agony,
Another child is thought ta bo beyond
Skipped With the Horse and Buggy.
DclawAbe, O., May 23. David' May
field, a farmer, took his son Victor out
of school and put him to work at home.
Tho boy. left home with his father'
horse and buggyind has not bpen seen
Thrown From Ills Baggy.
6nANGnvir.LE, 0., May 23. James
Ackerman was thrown out of his bug
gy near Sharon Friday and sustained a
fracture of tho skull and will die. Hi
horsa got frightened at a passing bicy
cle. Col. Gray Dangerously Injured.
Ironton, 0., May 23. Col. George N,
Gray-, a prominent cltUen, was thrpwn
from his carriage in tho.vlcnHy of his
faffUftcdmllos from this, city; and is
reported dangerously injured.
... OhloPosl Office Dlscontlnqrd.
WAsiiiKQTqN, ..May 23. The post Qt
flee at Oretopi Vinton
been discontinue!-. X
Arrival and Departure of Trains.
b. & o. s.w.
Depabt 0:00 a. m., 10:40 a. m., S:00 pm t:tt
p. tn.. 7:00 p. m ll :S5 p. m.
Arrive 3:05 a. m., 8:10 a. m.,, 12:25, p. m., 4:W
p. in., 6:40, p. m., 8:55 p. m.
T. &o7c. Ex.
Leave... 2.1s p. m.,9:00, 1:00 a.m
arrive 12: 1,;: p m. 7:5a
C. &. M.
Leave 0:15 a. m. 2:55 p. n
AimrvE 11:15 a.m., 7:05 p. a
Leave 0:20 a.m., 2:40 p. ra
AimivE io:40a. m., 5:66 p.ra
O. R. R. R. (Eastern Time.)
Souin 10:25, 2:10 a.m.; 7:56 p. m
North 11:15 p.m.; 3:10, 7:23a. m
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H iVT fTT iTPT tfrrf PTT PVT T i
Ex-Minister to England, a Dip
lomat of marked ability. His
elegant attire, no doubt, has
something to do with his suc
cess. Anyway a well-fitting
shirt enables a man to do his
best, and without it he ean't.
Shirt is a guaranteed fit every
time, or return tho shirt. It
comes in all styles, short and.
long- bosoms, open, back and
open, front. This white shirt
you can have in unlaundered
or laundered; prices "jc and
Cincinnati, May 23.
Ftoun Spring patent, SI 6033. 85; sprlnff
fancy, $ai53.30: spring family, il.602is.B5;
winter patent, S3.G5&&83; fancy, 13.2033. ;
family, Sl.C533.00i extra, 112032.60, low grade
Sl."52.00, rye, northwestern, 8145I3I.C0, do
city. S3 GO.
WnEAT Soles: No. 2 red, nominal, at G7&
Cons Sales: No. 2 white, track, 31c; No. 3
mixed, track, 29c.
Oats Sales; No. 2 mixed, track, Ziy,c '
Hogs Select shippers, 53.20, select butch
ers, S3.153.20; fair to good packers, 13.10
3.15; (air to good light, S3.15a30, com
mon and roughs, Ji"5100.
Cattle Fair to good shippers', 53 2533.83;
choice, S3 9034 00: good to cholca butchers'.
S3.50a3.E5; extra, 83.0031.00; fair to medium
butchers', 13.103100; common, $2.503300.
SncEP and Lands Sheep: Extras, S3.25
350; good to choice, S3.0033.23: common to
fair, SI 0032. 73, Lambs Extras, (4.15(34.25;
good to choice, t3.8J34.10; common to fair,
S3 253175; spring lambs, 13.5035 00; extra,
S3. 553 5. 5tt
Veal Calves Fair to good light, 84,0034,50;
extra, 1125; common and largoSl 003100.
Wool Unwashed, One merino, 8Q9c per lb;
Quarter blood clothing, 11312c; medium de
lalne and clothing, 12c: braid, 10311c: medium
combing, 123l2!.ic Washed, ane merino, X
to XX, 11312c: medium clothing, 13314c; de-
lalno'fleoce, lS31(c; long combing, 14c; quar
tcr blood and low, 12c.
NeV YOJIK, May 23.
WnEAT No. 2 rod, June. 67 7-16; July, 67
7-16368 3-16; September, 6734(3670-16; Decem
ber 69H309 5-16C
CORN No. 3 July, S5J,c; September, 30,-ICc;
No. 2, 35230c
Oats No. 2, dull: No. 2 white, May, 25;c;
state, 20328c; western, 23H32Sc; No. 2 mixed.
24c; July, 2!Hc,
TOLEDO, May 23.
WnEAT No. 2 red, cash, and May, 683(a;
July, G3&c; August, 63Kc: September, 63ftc
Corn No. 2 mixed, July, SOKc; September,
Cuioago, May C2.
Calls on July wheat opened at 61a, sold,
at 61K361kc, last price 61H& Puts opened
at 60Hc, sold at MK&OOKc, last price 60 xc.
Calls on July corn opened at 29V(c, the only
price, Puts opened at 29Hc, sold at 29X329HC,
last price 29ftc,
Baltimobe, May 22:
Wheat No 2 red, spot and May, 66 K66Kc:
July, 68Ji366Hc; August, 66Jtc; southern,69i2L
CORN-Mlxed, spot. 33K333Xc; May, J3K
3lo; Juno, 33&3Jlo; July, 34Ha34Kc; steamer
Oats No. 2 white western, HitdiOet No. t
mixed do. 2t24V(c,
Rtk Steady, unchanged.
Frmiiniioni Pa.. May &
Cattle Prime. S1S03140-, good, (4.20(3130;
good butchers, UP3Q115; rough fat, (3.104ft
3.73; bu)ls, stags and cows', (L 6533. 60; veal
calves, (100(31.25; heavy and corn calves, (100
If o'cs Prime (3.403a 43; common to fair,
S3.So33.35; heavy, i(3.25S.85i roughs, fiOO
Suebp amd LAMD3rPrlm, 033. 60;
good, (3.403150; fair, W00as,s(common,'t80
fem.19, cacice yearlings, nitusttm esmmaa ui
pj yewllngir KM$tgr tfar
Eflward J. PMds,. i