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MARIETTA DAILY LEADER.
MARIETTA, OHIO, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1896.
VOL. II. NO. 272
PRICE ONE CENT
The Annual Report of the Com-
Total Arrivals During tho Fiscal Year
Of This Number 3,100 Were Debarred and
Deported nt tho Expenio of the Various
Btcamshlp Ltues and 288 Paupers
Hern Also Sent Back.
Washington, Nov. 14. Tho annual
report of tho commissioner perioral of
immigration, mado public Saturday,
shows that tho total arrivals during
the fiscal year aggregated 343,207, an
increase of 84,708 over tho preceding
year. Of this total 340,408 were landed
and 2,700 were dobarrod and doportcd
at tho expense of tho various steam
ship lines by which thoy camo to this
country. Of those doportod 770 wero
under contract to porf orni labor in tho
United States, made prior to their ar
rival and 2,023 wero roturncd as be
longing to tho classes of aliens pro
hibited admittances by tho act of March
In addition to tho above dobarred
immigrants thero wero returned dur
ing tho samo period to tho countries
whenco they respectively camo 238
who had becomo public charges within
ono year after their arrival in tho
United States. As to occupations, most
of tho arrivals woro of tho classes
designated as skillod and unskilled la
borers, with somo professionals Tho
amount of money brought into tho
country by immigrants was at least
$4,017,318, and probably was largoly in
excess of these figures, slnco only
those having less than $30 are required
to disclose tho exact amount they hava
A comparison of tho figures of tho
past year with tho average annual im
migration for tho preceding ten years
discloses a decreaso of over 21 per
cent., and tho largo number who annu
ally return to their own country
leads Commissioner Stump to doubt
seriously that there has been any
material increaso in our foreign
born population since .1893. From
accompanying tables it appears that
tho education of the masses is neg
lected to the greatest extent in Italy,
Austrla-IIungary and Russia, while
tho largest proportion of these who
can read and writo come from Switzer
land,Francc,Denmnrk,Sweden and Ger
many. Recommendations are rauclo for
tho revision of tho alien contract law
and tho statutes bearing upon immi
gration in general, with tho end in
view of making them more compre
hensive, certain and explicit, giving
additional remedies to insure, their en
forcement and at the samo tlrao re
move many features which render tho
enforcement of them oppressive in
many cases without aiding tho pur-
inRn for wmrh thflv wpri nnoton.
TO FEED THE
5) For Black and Blue Cheviot
.UU Suits, nicely made and trim
med. Styles, single and
double breasted sacks.
For all wool stylish suits,
in new plaids and fancy mix
tures, Black Cheyiots. All
fl flfi or handsome Suits, mado
J Ulf fr0ln imported Clay Worsted,
Thibets and Cheviots,, single
and doublo breasted sacks and cut-away
Child's Short Pant Suits.
Double breasted suits, extra well mado from good strong materials in neat
dark effects, sizes 5 to 14 years, $1.50.
Double breasted suits, extra well made in noat dark Cheviots and Cassimers,
size3 5 to 14 years, $2.23.
Doublo breasted, strictly all wool Milts in blue, black and fancy overplaids,
sizes 0 to 15 years, S3. 00.
Boy's Long Pant Suits
Made from Blue and Bluck Cheviots, woll made and trimmed, sizes 12 to 10
Doublo and single breastod, strictly all wool suits in blue, black uud fancy
cheek cheviots, sizes 18 to 10 ycar4, $5.00 (
Doublo and single breasted all wool suits In black and blue clays and chev
iots, also tho stylish brown effects, sizes 14 to 10 years, $7.50 .
A full and complete line of UNDERWEAR,
FURNISHINGS and HATS.
Cor, Front ami Butler sts., - ' Old P. O. Building
A SCARCITY OF MEN
To Man Our Mr War Vessels ltecrnltlng
Only to Fill Vacunclos Is Going On.,
Nnw Yomc, Nov. 14. War talk is still
rife in tho navy yard among tho ofll
esrs and men. Their chief approhen
sion was that thorowould'bo a scarcity
of men to man tho ships. Tho last
congress addod 1,000 enlisted men to
tho naval force, raising tho number to
11,000. Those extra mon have been
placed in tho now ships in commission
and the ships that aro now ready are
without recruits. This stato of things
has kept tho big monitor Puritan out
of commission since tho beginning of
tho month. Tho officers practically
havo been docidoa upon, but there aro
no mon for tho crow.
Nelthor aro thoro any mon in sight
for tho cruiser Urooklyn, which will
bo ready for actlvo service noxt month.
Although tho ram Katahdln is official
ly in commission, thero aro no mon for
her. Tho now gunboat Helena will
soon bo ready, too, and thero will bo
tho samo lack of men for her.
Recruiting! only to fill vacancies, ii
going on on board tho receiving ship
Vermont. Tho department will ask
congress for 2,000 men, but in tho
meantinio somo of the big warships
will havo to lio at tho docks.
Commissioner Miller's Bncccssor.
Washington, Nov. 14. A morning
paper says that ex-Congressman For
xnan, of Illinois, saw tho president and
was formally tendered tho position of
commissioner of internal rovenue,
which Joseph II. Miller resigned on
Wednesday to accept tho vico presi
dency of the American Trust and Bond
ing Co., of Baltimore. Mr. Forman
asked time to consider the offer, and
now has tho question under advise
ment. Although personally disposed
to accept, somo of his political frionds
in Illinois havo advised him to decline.
Ho Bought Gold Bricks.
Duquoin, 111., Nov. 14. Tho gold
brick swlndlo was successfully worked
hero a few days ago. John A. Bolln,
at ono time a representative in tho
stato legislature, purchased two bricks
from an Indian just from tho western
gold field, paying him S1.B00. A well
dressed stranger, claiming to bo an as
sayer, pronouncod them gcnulno gold,
charging S3 for tho information. Tho
assayer and Indian havo disappeared.
Vfito Murderer Kxrcuted.
Tdbkeqee, Ala., Nov. 14. Henry
Dawson, colored, was hanged hero
Friday for wife raurdcr. After bidding
tho prisoners at tho jail good-by he
was placed in a wagon and convoyed to
a scaffold ono mile from town. Ho was
hanged at 10:30 o'clock and died in 20
minutes. A number of spectators wero
A Justice Commits Suicide.
Bethel, O , Nov. 14. Jerome Bohy
mor,for many years justice of the peace,
committed suicide Friday morning by
hanging himself. Cause, melancholy
over tho death of his wife, which oc
curred about ono year ago.
A tT t For a well made, good dur
T.t ablo overcoat. Honest ma
terials. ? fifi Hluo and Black Kerseys and
OilIf Beavers, trimmed with pfain
and fahcy linings, velvet col
lars. Tho best value here for the
O Hfi For a high grade wool Ker
Q, UU sey, olegantly trimmed and
Blown Onto the Rocks at Con
neaut, 0.. During a Storm.
With Difllculty All of tho Crow Ex
cept Two Wero Rescued.
At tho t.nst Man Was Taken Off tho Dig
Vessel Tank Fire and Was Entirely De
stroyed Tho llont Was Valued at
800,000) Insuranoe S70.O00.
Ci.icvici.anp, O., Nov. 14. Tho steam
er Wallula, ore laden from Ashland,
Wis., to Connoaut, 0., wont ashoro
whllo trying to make tho latter port
during tho storm Friday forenoon.
When it appeared as though she was
going to miss her pier, tho crow scut
tled her, hoping to mako her right up.
Tho effort was a failure and Sho went
on to tho rocl3. Sho pounded heavily
and It was with tho greatest difllculty
that part of her crew wero rescued
Two seamen wero drowned. Just aj
tho last man was taken off tho ship
burst forth In a blazo and Friday night
was still burning.
Shortly after eight o'clock tho big
steamer was first noticed from shoro
coming in. Sho was laboring hard in
tho heavy seas and as sho boro down
toward the harbor sho sent up signals
Two tugs tried to got out to her, but
wero beaten off by tho seas and finally
woro forced to Veturn within tho
breakwaters. So heavily laden was
tho Wallula that sho rolled and rocked
and finally tho crow entirety lost con
trol of her. A rudder chain broke and
tho big vessol bocame tho plaything of
ovcry sea that rolled in. Ail efforts to
steer with the wheel were In vain. A
big crowd gathered on shoro and
watched tho ship as sho tossed about.
It bocamo ovidont that nothing could
save hor from going ashore, but the
captain resorted to heroic measures to
got her ashoro as safely as possible.
Ho ordered the sea cocks opened in or,
der to let in water. In this way ho
thought to steady her In her
fiorco battle with tho seas. The
ship was accordingly scuttled.
Either the captain's orders wero
misunderstood or else tho sailors acted
with too great energy, for too many
sea cocks wero oponcd and ono was
broken. The result was that tho wa
ter rushed in in grent volume and tho
steamer rapidly settled. She was In
great danger of going down more than
one-half mile from shore. Tho crow
wero called to tho pumps and ordered
to pump for their lives. It becamo
almost impossible to work tho pumps,
but tho men elung to their
work like grim death Sho rollsd and
filled, the water gaining rapidly. At
this juncture a life-saving crew put off
from the shore. The captain gave or
ders to tho men to abandon tho pumps
and look to their personal bafoty. Tho
life-savers ncaicd and a wild scramblo
for thoir lives ensued among tho mem
bers of the crew. Lines wero sent
aboard and ton of tho 12 mon were
taken off. Two others, seamen, whose
full names could not be learned, wero
lost overboard. Tho missing men wero
known as "Wilson" and "Pat."
Tho Wallula was owned by Thomas
Wilson, of this city, and was valued at
590,000. She carried an unusually largo
cago of ore, tho value of which is not
known. Tho vessel is insured for S75,
000. Sho was in command of Capt.
Holmes. Cupt. Holmes said Friday
evening that tho storm was tho worst
ho had encountered for many years.
The fact that tho Wallula was so
heavily freighted made her unwcildly
and it becamo impossible to navigate.
With Fear nnd Horror, Mneti Ills Accuser
In thu How Street J'ollco Court.
London, Nov. 14. The final examin
ation of Edward J. Ivory, alias Edward
Boll, tho saloonkeeper of New Yorlc,
and alleged dynamiter, at Bow street
police court, Friday, developed into a
sensation equal to the excitement
caused by tho revelations of the spy Lo
Caron, somo years ago.
Tho aecuscd was on trial charged
with being concerned with others in a
conspiracy to blow up public nnd other
buildings with dynamite. Ivory re
coiled in fear and horror when "Jones,"
a brother Clan-Na-Gael, was placed on
the stand. Tho witness piovcd to bo a
British government spy, nnd he re
vealed tho alleged secrets of tho oath
bound band, amid a tragic scene in tho
Of Adin. Ilnmsny, Chief of tlio Ilurcau
Washington, Nov. 14. Tho annual
report of Adm. F. M. Ramsey, chief of
the bureau of navigation, shows that
during tho past year tho cruisers and
battleships Indiana, Massachusetts,
Oregon, Texas, Bostqn, Monaduock,
Terror. Monongahcla and Adams wero
commissioned for sorvico.
At tho closo of tho fiscal year 31 per
cent, of the enlisted mon in tho navy
woro serving undor continuous service.
'Mora than 72 per cent, of tho enlisted
men wero American citizens, and moro
than 83 por cent of the apprentice
boys woro American born.
Congressman uitt for tho Senate.
Galena, 111., Nov. 14. Congressman
R. R. Hitt, chairman of tho house com
mittee on foreign relations, who has
been in public life for 20 years, Friday
becamo an avowed candidate for the
United States senate to succeed Sena
tor Palmor. In an Interview published
in tho GazQtto ho authorized his friends
to present his name to tho republican
joint caucus when tho legislature meets
Two aion lostuntlr Klllod, Ono Fatally
Hart nml Otbors Mora or Less Seriously
Niaoaka Palm, N. Y., Nov. 14. By
ai explosion of about thirty pounds of
dynamite In tho offico building of E. D.
Smith & Co., contractors in chargo of
tho oxto"'on of tho wheel pit and tun
nel of tho Niagara Falls Power Co., at
8 o'clock Saturday morning, two men
wdro instantly killed, one fatally In
jured, thrco others severely Injured
and a number of others cut and bruised
by flying rook and dobris.
Tho dead aro: Hakkon Hammer,
general manager, of Potsdam, N. Y.,
formerly of Denmark, son-in-law of
George Bice, at ono tlino chief engi
neer of the Philadelphia and Heading
Albert Reynolds, a Negro working
man, aged aboul forty years.
Tho office building, a f ramo structure
40x15 feet, was totally demolished and
windows in buildings many yards dis
tant wero broken by fiylng stones.
From what can bo learned of the ac
cident, Reynolds had just thawed out
tho dynamite in tho power house somo
distance away and had brought it over
to tho office, preparatory to preparing
it for a blast, when in somo manner it
Mr. Hamor was about S3 years of
age. His wifo and two children aro
Hying in Potsdam. Ho was a mombor
of tho University club here.
FAILURE OF CROPS
May Cnaso Soma Distress In Irelnnd, But
No Kxtenslvo Famine Is Anticipated.
.London, Nov. 14. Endeavoring to
obtain from official sources further in
formation regarding tho impending
famine in Ireland, a representative of
tllb United Associated Presses learned
tllat although tho local Irish author
ities reported on tho failuro of tho
crops in many districts, tho official
view was that no serious or wide
spread famine was anticipated,
ihero can now bo no really
extensivo famine in Ireland, tho
arrangements for relief having been
da perfected that the authorities in
Dublin can assist tho local authorities
almost in a moment's notice. Into
tlie question of tho suspension of rent
payments by the farmers tho officials
interviewed declined to go. From
other sources it can be affirmed that
tho Dublin castle authorities have boen
warned of the wholesalo rofusal of tho
smallor farmers to pay their rents on
tho simple ground of inability.
Valuable Kacors lluruod.
Lexinoton, Ivy., Nov. 14. A stable
on tho Stokes stock farm, containing
18 valuable trotting and pacing horses,
was destroyed by firo at four o'clock
Saturday morning. Tho horses be
longed to Mrs. W. E. D. Stokes, of
New York. .Toslo 15, holder of tho
world's team pacing record, 2:09J, per
ished. Her mate, Miss R?ta, is be
lieved to have been saved. Nine
horses were burned. It is bolleved
that Bcusotta, Onward and Patchcn
Wilkes wero among tho saved. Loss
on horses, $13,000.
The Delaware Election.
Wilmington, Del., Nov. 11. Friday
Gov. Watson issued his election procla
mation. In it he declares that tho
threo McKinley electors, Shaw, Fooks
and Wilson, were chosen. Ho decided
to consider tho votes cast for James G.
Shaw, and for James G, Shaw, sr., cast
for ono man. This gives tho repub
licans all their electors.
Depow for Hazard's Shoes.
London, Nov. 14 Tho possible ap
pointment of Hon. Chauucey M. Dc
pew to succeed Mr. Bayard as Ameri
can nmbassadoi to Great Britain is
hailed here with much satisfaction. It
is said that Mr. Depow, whllo speaking
recently with an English politician,
admitted his willingness1 to accept tho
post if it were offered to him.
IValcott And U'llrlen to Fight.
Bosion, Nov. 11. Articles havo been
signed by Ilowio Hodgkin3 for George
Walcott to fight 20 rounds, catch
weights, with Dick O'Brien, on Decem
ber 7, for a purse of $2,000 offered by
tho Now Marlboro Athletic club, of
New, York. The v inuer will receive
1,700. Charley White was agreed upon
T.lnsced Factories to Kosumo,
Chicago, Nov. 14. On December 1
tho four factories of tho National Lin
seed Co. which h.tvo been shut down
since spring, will bo opened. Thcso
factories will employ 200 men. Tho
oil and lead works manufacturing
company, part of tho above system,
opened its factory immediately after
War to tho Knifn.
St. LouiSt Nov. 14. Tho national
icmocratlo party stato commlttco of
Missouri met and officially announced
that it has come to stay and will ox
tend to tho Bryan democracy no terms
of peace or surrender which have any
Ilecclvcd l'utul lujurles.
Knwrpiw. ICy., Nov. 14. An un
known woman was struck by a C. & O.
freight train at tho head of John
street, in Newport, Saturday morning,
receiving fatal injuries. Sho was pick
ing up coal along the track at the
Wost Virginia's Oftlolal Vote.
Wheeling, W. Va., Nov. 11. Wost
Virginia's official vote has locn count
d. 'Ihirty-ono counties give McKin
ley 23 031 majority. Tho remainder
givo Bryan 0,038. McKinley's net plu
rality is 13,101.
Arthur bewall's Hopes.
New Yobk, Nov. 14. Arthur Sewall.
who is in this city, says that tho demo
crats really scored a victory this fall
in tho wonderful vote that was polled,
nnd that silver must in, tho end win
A croam of tarter baking powder. Highest
of all in leavening streuRth. Latest United
States Government Food Report.
ROYAL BAKINO PoWDEH CO., NOW York.
Now and Interesting Happenings Within
Badly Darancrcs tho Courthouse at West
Union, I). The Third In l.lttlo Moro
Than n Fortnight.
West Union, O., Nov. 14. Dyna
mite, suspended by a wire from trees
at tho northwest corner of tho court
house, was exploded by unknown per
sons. The shock damaged tho court
house badly. Every window light
was shattered. The streets wero
crowded with people who had como to
tho republican jollification. Fully 50
persons wero severely shocked.
Treasurer John Fristoe and Assist
ant Auditor Evans had just stepped
out of tho courthouse when the explo
sion occurred. Both wcto thrown from
their feet. James llavciib was light
ing a raudle in a window in
the recorder's office. Ho was thrown
to the center of tho room and knocked
unconscious. Recorder Young was in
the room. Ho was thrown from his feet.
Probate Judge MuhafTee.who was light
ing a lamp in his office, was thrown
fiom tho center of tlie room to tho
wall. He was badly stunned.
Tho windows were shattered in every
building ou the publiu .square. Tho
dynamiters are not known, but tho
authorities arc making a rigid investi
gation. 'lhls is tho third explosion in West
Union in a little moro than a fortnight.
About two weeks ago the band wagon
was blown up with dynatnite, and tho
samo night a stick was exploded in tho
yard of Henry Barnes, too far from tho
house to do damage. Citizens are be
coming panic btrieken.
DEN OF MUSKRATS.
Ocorgo Stcckolman, of Mlddletown, O.,
Has u Terrlblo Kxporlnuee.
MiDDi.mowN, O., Nov. 14. George
Stickolman, employed by Street Com
missioner John Stadtfield, Friday
morning was preparing tho swing
bridge over tho canal at Sixth street,
Stickolman was sent down into the cir
cular inclosurc under tho center of the
bridge to examine the fastenings He
had scarcely teaehed tho buttoni when
ho was bitten on the loft foot. He
tried to get out, but could not reach
A dozen big muskrats leaped out and
bit Stickelman in tho legs and feet
scores of timeb lie yelled for help and
was finally dragged out by fellow work
men who had taken his first appeal as
a joke. A raid was mado on tho musk
rat den nnd ten killed.
Shut an Kigie.
Bowlino Gitnr.N, O., Nov. 14 J. D.
Anderson, a farmer residing near
town, shot a large American eagle.
Tho bird swooped down upon a flock of
sheep in tho barnyard, and was carry
ing away a lamb, when tho farmer
came to tho rescue with a rifle. It is a
noble specimen of our national bird,
and the only ono seen in thib section
Furnaces to ho Lighted.
Younostown, O.. Nov. 14. The Gi
rard furnace will bo lighted in a day
or tw o and will bo operated for an in
definite length of time. A large num
ber of men will bo employed. The
Hannah furnaeo of this city has re
sumed operations. It is stated that
enough orders are on hand to keep the
furnace going for a long period.
Toledo, O., Nov. 14. Sheriff Tual
Friday afternoon caused tho arrest of
Turnkeys Mutchler and Newbury on
tho chargo 'of aiding Harry Davis, alias
Crawford, an allegod murderer, to
escape. A man supposed to bo tho
fugitivo lb held at Van Buren, 0.
Marlon Clothier Assigns.
Maiiion, O., Nov. 14, S. Oppenheim
er, clothier, mado an assignment Fri
day to Adolph Barron, tho deed con
veying the stock of goods hero and at
Caledonia and hib home. Tho asset3
aro about S12.000 and tho liabilities
about 2,000 less.
Suicided by Shooting.
Ashtahwla, 0.v Nov. 14. Albert
Murphy, of Madison, has committed
suicide. Ho went out hunting and did
not roturn. His body was found
hanging to a tree not 40 yards from his
New Ohio Postmasters.
Washington, Nov. 11. Tho follow
ing postmasters wero appointed, Fri
day: F. Adams, Burton Station,' and
W.J. Perry, Huntsburg, both in Geauga
Lost Four Children In Three Weeks.
West Union, O.Nov. 11. Diphtheria
is prevalent throughout the county.
Simon Courtney,' near here, has lost
four children within tho past thrco
Gome in Blues and a
Black. Lined with a nood
imported serge lining.!
Tailored and made up in
a first-class way. You
can't boat them for $10.
I Boys' Blue Chinchilla!
Ages 9 to 15. Price $3.00. i
P. S. We take periodical'
Brick Works to Resume Operations.
Richmond, Ivy., Nov. 11. As a result
of the election Harris & Ilice, con
tractors and builders, havo arranged
to start their brick works at an early
date, which will give employment to
25 men. They will manufacture a
million brick on the llrst run. This
enterprise has been shut down nearly
Her Life far a Cow.
Kokomo, Ind., Nov. 14. Mrs. Maggie
Anderson, a widow aged 45 years, re
siding in tho west part of tho town,
was trying to drivo her cow off tho
Clover Leaf track when she was struck
by a fast mail. Tho woman saved tho
cow, but lost her own life. Sho died
Robert Lmiglillu Doomed.
FitANKroitT, Ivy., Nov. 14. Judge
Paynter, of the court of appeals, Sat
urday morning handed down an opin
ion, affirming tho death sontenco of
Robert Lauglilin, who is under sen
tenco to hang for the murder of his
wife Kmrna and his niece, Mary Jones,
a girl of 14.
ClNCIt.NATI. NOV. 11
FLOUli Sprtnn fiincy, !1 O0S1 25; sprlnjj
family. $T.33Qa00, spring pitont, J4.50a4.85;
winter patent. l?L50jt4J; fancy. 81.0021 23;
family, SI 4Mi3 70. (xtra, fiCO&iOO, low grade.
S.M53-M0 rjc, nouuuestem, 5J.703i8: do
city. Ti702 8
Wheat Sales: No 2 red, track, 90c.
Coun Sales: Na. 2 mixed, nominal nt 25JJO
Oats Sales: No. 2 mixed, nominal nt 21&
Hoes Select shippers, J3.10JJ3.45: select
butchors. ilKfWlO, fjr t0 K00(j packora,
812J&3. 5; fair to good light, fa402.3.55- com
mon and loughs, 2 50Q3. 15.
Cattle I'alr to good shippers, 53 038123;
choice, $4-3331.40, good to choice butchers'.
J3.75ai-n. fair to 'medium butchers', 83.553
3.05; common, S2.2533 00.
Sheep and I.amus Sheep Extras. $3.33
3.59, good to choice, Ji"53.23, common to
fair, Si00B2.63 Lambs Extra. J4 35JJ1.50:
good to choice. 53. 7521.23, common to fair, J3CO
Veai, Cu.ves Fair to good light, 83.003
5.75; extra, iCOO; common una large, SD.00
wool Unwashed, lino merino, 0S10J per
lb: quarter-blood clothing, 12813c: medium,
dclalno and clothing, Ulillo: braid, ll&l.e:
medium combing, liitH'ic. Washed, line me
rino, X to XX., 13c; medium clothin;, UOlOj;
delaine fleece, 14 SlOj: long combing, l5Q10o;
quarter-blood and low, 13314c; common
coarse, ll&Uc; tub-washed, choice, KQISc;
tub-washed, average, 10217c.
New York, Nov. 14. q
Wheat December, STJiGiOUc; March, Sly;
Cohn Na 2, 3ia32;e; December, 31 &U
Oats Western, 22332c: December, 23&c a.
Toledo, O., Nov. 14,
WnEAT No. I rod, cash, 03e: December,
01c; May, 00c: No 3 red, cash. ESVic.
Co UN No 3 mixed, cash, 21c
Oats No trading.
Ciuoago, Nov, It
Whkat Notcmbor, 78"4o, December, 79o ts
'January, M!c; May, 8?ic.
Conx November, 23c; December, 25o;
May, 28?io b.
Oats No ember. 18,Se: December, 10o Uj
iNDiANAroLls, Ind., Nov, 13.
CATTLE Choice to prime, 81.004.83: fat,
woll-finished steers, IU03150; common (3253
Hogs Good to chotoe medium and heavy,
JltOQ-iCO. mixed, 11403350; good to Cholco
fclliiP Good tp choice lambs, t4.03Q4.6O;
common, 8 50Q18S; good to ctibico ehoep,
i n ft