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i i t- THE MARION DAILY MIRROR. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1907. ?XQE BITVErT
Mirror Want M. W Find You a Buyer.
THE MARION D'ATlY MlftllOK. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1907
Do You Belong to
'& Committee?" $
This committee is
made up of the men who
, sit around an excava-
' tion for a new building,
whittle pine sticks, spit
! tobacco juice on the
fresh dirt and watch the
other fellows work.
i It's all right to show
Interest in new build
ings, in town develop
ment and progress, but
there's a better way.
You can do more
good for yourself and
the community by re
signing from "The Citi
zens' Committee" and
..getting into the General
This committee is
the one that. PUTS UP'
THE NEW BUILDINGS,
brings new business into
town to occupy them,
paints the old houses, keeps the sidewalks in good repair,
beautifies the front yards, cleans up the back yards and
otherwise makes fhis town a better town to live in.
The General Progress Committee is the Unofficial
Town Booming Committee. It really ought to be organ
ized and made official. Let all of us work together for
the advancement of the town we live in, and there will be
more room around new excavations for the fellows at
work to throw out the dirt.
Eternal industry is the price of "progress.
Let's all fall in line for the General Progress Commit
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JUST WATCH THE OLD TOWN
CQULD PROVE HIS ASSERTIONS
Man Really Hod Gained
Pounds, as He said.
Prof. Ij. 0. Marshall of tlio Olilo
Wesloynn university, who attributes J
nice suicide to uxccsslvo immigration,
said on thin subject recently:
"nut In Iho uununcrtlino ho effect
of Immigration fs largely offset hy
the vacation's effect. Nothing on
courages mnnlage of the good, .lion
cat, fruitful sort Ilka a summer vnen,
t)on at tho seaflhoru or ouMlio "moun
tain tojiH. V
"Tho otltfr day I mot a former stu
dent of mine, n prosperous young busi
ness man. Ho looked brown and fit.
"'Hello,' 1 said. 'You aio tho pic
turo of health.'
"'Yob,' Blild ho. 'I nm Just hack
from my vacation. I gained 115
""Nonsense!1-1 cried. 'I don't be
'"Doji't you?' said ho. 'Woll,' hero
Incomes now, anyway. Walt n min
ute, and I'll Introduce) you.'"
VDuiliiK the discussion of 'llio Mnd-
dpn bll) fi" cheaper gaa Congressman
I&'gaio told tho following Blory of a
cJoU ho had once brought from homo
with him, suya the Pittsburg Prosit.
S"iie was u splendid Bervnnt, but sho
didn't know anything about gas to
rpok with, bo ho went to tho kitchen,
with her to oxplalu ubout tho range
& that she could see'liuw It nfuruted
lij lit each of 'thi many burners.
Whllp utll explaining, n muwtage
called him from the kitchen, and he
left her, saying! "I gumm you will
lfnd that It wIM work all right now,
fuarthu," Ho didn't fleo tlio cook iikiiIii
for four or Hvt dnva, then upon nnti-r
ipg tho kltchoji he t:ih: "Well, Jlnr
tho, how'B that ran wo dotn?"
To bis titter consternation bIio.
piled: '"Deed, sir. th,al tho berit
utovo I over d'd eoe. That lire what
you Itidlccl for ijio- four days ago In
still n-buriilng, unci t ain't oven low
NO STROPPING. NO HONING.
Set consist f 12 doib1e-ed(9i blades
holder In velvet lined cq, I2acli blade
ahavca. llauJle.nnu blail guaranteed to uo
V lnuulM.iil.milhl'l (IAI, I
Gillette Sales Company,
.IU3BAND SELECTS SUCCESSOR.
Wearing Widow's Weeds, Obedient
Relict Again Becomes a Bride. -
.Philadelphia. Fullllilng n deathbed
promlso to her husband, nlno months
ugo, tlmt who would mnrry his chum,
.Mrs. Maria Dl Clcco, 2!1 years old, of
South Sixth street, has become tho
wife pf Antonio DI Mnttlo, In tho homo
hi which her former husband died.
Tho lato husband of Mis. Dl Clcco
nnd Dl Mattlo wero playmates In
Naples, and ono dny tho latter saved
Dl Clcco fiom drowning In tho bay,
Dl Clcco novor forgot tho bravo deed,
and even after coming to this country
and marrying ho kept up a correspond
onco with his boyhood cjium. When
DI Mattlo cauio to this city Dl Clcco
insisted that ho mako his homo with
hlmsolf and wlfo. '
Thon Dl Clcco contracted tuborcu
losls, and ,althoui everything wns
dono to save hlo life, ho rapidly wasted
away. Whoji ho aw that death was
near ho called his young wlfo and Dl
Mattlo to his bedside and mado them
promlso to -vod each othor at tho Ex
piration of nlno months aftor his
death. Thoy agreed and Dl Clcco
Tho brldo was attired in tlio black
dross which sho woto at her husband's
funoral, and despite tho occasion, ro
laxod'nono of tho literal or llgurallvo
mourning, which alio has expressed
continually for' Dl Clcco sluco bin
death. Sho mnkes no pretense of lov
ing hor" now husband, but frankly
states that sho is olniply fullllilng her
former companion's wishes. Dl Mat
tlo, on tho othor hand, states that ho
-has always loved his now wlfo.
$8,000,000 on Offlco Walls. .
Kansas City,' Mo. Tho wall paper
in tho olllces of a commission com
pany nt tho stockyards exchange In
Kansas City represents an outlay of
8,000,000. Thlo remarkable wall pa
por Is mado up of cancolod checks.
Thoio Is no cheek on tho wall that rep
resents loss than $1,000. Tho largest
is lor $30,000.
(24 keen cutting edges) with triple llver-piate,4
tfqod for an average, of more than 20 entlnfylna
perirct in material anu wornmansmp.
Times Htilldltiic, New York City.
NEW GAME FOR FAT BOY.
Cleveland Gamlna Have Devised
Something Really, Novel.
A bunch of small boya who wero
disporting themselves tho other after,
noon on a corner near tho public
square, have discovered a grand new
They said It was lots of fun, and It
la absolutely harmless. And It Is not
a gamo that requires extenslvo ap
paratus. Tho only Important require
ment to play tho gomo successfully 1b
a real fat boy.
Tho youngsters who wero nt It had
tho fat boy. Ho wad about na fat n
boy as ono could mention. With this
fat boy and a lead pencil nplcco In
tho hands of tho other boys, tho par
ticipants had everything , that was ro
quired for tho game.
Hero is tho way tho, gamo la played:
Tho first player takes his pencil and
places tho eraser end against the fat
hoy's abdomen. Then ho pushes tho
abdomen as far back as it will go and
releases tho pencil. Tho fat nnd mus
cles bounding back Into plnco act as
a sort of a catapult and hurl the pen
cil for six or seven feet.
Then another boy tres It, and nn
other, until all havo had their turn.
Tho ono whoso pencil flics tho furthest
wins. About tlio only drawbnek to
tho gamo la" from tho fat boy's point
of view. Unless there Is moro than
ono fat boy playing ho Is always "it."
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
LIFE LINES IN THE STREETS.
Furnish Safety from the Deadly
Clutch of the "Bora."
That which was once Illyrla Is now
Dalmntla, or, rather, that part of Il
lyrla which reaches' to tho Adriatic Is
Dalmatla, "tho half-forgotten coun
try," as tho Ati3trlans called it when
It fell Into their hands not so many
It Is ono of tho fow bits of Eu
rope that remain In n measuro un
hackneyed, nnd it la still out of tho
beaten paths of tho tonrlet, who him
self Is almost as much of a curiosity
to tho peoplo as they aro to him. Thoro
nro seasons, according to a plctur
esquo niticlo In Applcton's Magazine,
when tho bora blows, that "wind of
death," as tho natives call It, which
comes out of tho bluo with moro than
tho Biiddciujess of a tornndo and
shakes tho earth and all that is on
tho earth, stinging, blinding, choking.
In tho square of Trieste life linos aro
prominent features, which tho citi
zens must grasp when tho bora
clutches them, nnd they gropo their
way through tho whirling dust and
tho promiscuous missiles flying In tho
darkened nlr. Hut tho bora goes as
quickly as It comes, nnd when It Is
gone tho pcoitfe sltnplycxcavato them
selves out of tho drift and think no
more ubout tho winged demon, which
has loft no trail whatever In the ro
stored soienlty of tho 'Bcourod Bky,
WHERE HE LOST OUT.
Question That Killed the Romance of
Love's Young Dream.
Thero Is ti ceitaln maiden near
Plkesvllle who had an oxperlunco tho
other evening that threatened to bo
thrilling nnd waa only flat. Hoarding
at tho Bamo eottugo where she Is with
hor family there is a very nleo young
gentleman In fact, n veiy estimable
young mini and this young man ban
been paying her n gteut deal of atten
tion. Tho other ovonlug ho Invited her to
tnke a .drlvo, and flho accepted. Tho
moon hns been particularly lovely le
cently, and on this evening It was ex
quisite overythlng seemed most ro
mantic. Tho route taken was beauti
ful, passing through "woodland glens,"
aa tho girl nftopvard described thorn,
whoro tho moonbenma flltored through
tho branches of tho trees, and ono
could Just Imuglno Cupid was linger
ing around every turn.
The allonco hud boon fraught with
meanjng for soitiotlmo.
Thon tho ydung man spoko.
"What would you do If I should kiss
you?" ho Inquirod.
"Why, Mr. Smith, I hopo you would
not do such a thing," waa tho proper.
i and, ns tho girl afterward remnrked,
uiq only thing- sho could Bay. Thon
thoy drovo onward.
"I don't think much of a mnn who
deliberately nsks you ir ho can Idas
you, anyway," pouted tho girl aflorsho
had arrived at tho stage wheio sho
could boo tho humor of the alfalr.
How Frlck Got Hlo Start.
Ono day tho Mellon bank In Pitts
burg was amazed to leceivo from an
unknown man algulng himself "H. C.
Prick," a letter requesting the loan of
120,000., Ho had very llttlo to offer in
tho way of security, tho writer said,
but ho pledged his word that if tho
loan was mado it should bo returned
Tho audacity of tho requost Interest
ed the bunk's head, and ho sent a
trusted agent to And 'put about the
inuii Frlck. Whon tho agent mado his
repoit tho bank decided to mnko tlio
That 120,000 was tho foundation of
tho colossal fortuno of Henry Clay
Frlck. Not only did ho return tho prlrt
clpal with Intorest, but tho business
wlilch ho BUbBequontJy gavo tho Mol
lou bunk was worth a hundred time
tho amount, of, tjio original loau, I
VOGUE8 IN CHIFFON VEIL8.
6ome Novelties Among the Many
As for tho long chiffon veils, their
variety is Infinite Thoy nro seen In
every color, with light gray, London
amoko and chnmpngno color leading
favorites Thcso' veils are taddo nfi
and measuro tlirqa yards long. Ono
very ntyllah veil in brown baa a broad
hPmstltcljcd hom and abovo It a two
Inch box plait hemstitched through
Somo of tho shorter chiffon veils,
ono nnd one-half yards long, nro hem
stitched, and havp largo velvet dots
quite far apart. These dots aro usual
ly of a cont-aatlng color, as gray with
black velvet dots, tan with brown, nnd
bluo or pink with black. A whlto
chiffon veil, with small whlto velvet
pin dots, is extremely popular.
Tho most practical automobile veil
Is square. It is of chiffon cloth ono
and one-half yards s;uare, and
hemmed nil around. It comes in every
color, but tho light tan, gray, lavender
and a warm rod brown aro specially
lovely. This veil is put entirely over
tho hat, with tho edges oven all
nround, nnd is pinned firmly at tho
back of tho neck.
Among tho novelties In long veils Is
n pink otlk tissue, with n two-Inch
hom nnd n pin-point thread dot In
white. Another is n Iaro veil, in
cither black, cream or a deep slmda
of bluo that in almost an Allco blue,
with a broad border of embroidered
flowers and foliage 'in silver thread. A
moussellno veil that comes in many
colors has a border of shndow cm
broidery In n doopor tone of silk, with
small, self-colored, silk dots.
Whether drapedpr worn over tho
face, tho veil will'thta season, as over
before, bo ono bftho most important
accessories of n womnn's toilet.
IN SHAPE OF A TOMATO.
Design ThaJ Makes a
Small plncushlona, mado In tha
form of various fruits and vegetables,
are always both"' tfeeful and decora
tive. They makb'Very welcomo little
gifts, and aro cqufilly In place on tho
dresslng-tnblo or tho escritoire. More
over, they aro vory useful for Btalla
at a bazar, whoro they nlways com
mand a ready sale.,)'
Wo give an illustration of a pretty
llttlo pincushion of this kind mado
in exact imitation of a tomato. It
should bo covererflrwlth crimson vel-
vot, matching as (nearly aB possible
tho natural rolor of a ripo tomato, and
cut in fo'tir separate pieces, tho bet
ter to Imltnto the shapb of tho fruit
Tho stnlk could be mado of narrow
groon ribbon, stiffened insido with
wire," wllllo tho narrow points should
bo of tho ribbon only. "
This tolnuto pincushion could eas
ily bo arranged to bang-on tho cor
ner of a looking-glass by attaching a
long loop of narrow, greon silk rib
bon very firmly to tho-' top Just bo
hind tho green stalk, A round ball,
shaped cushion would bo mado, and
not too tightly fitted. It is covered
with velvet; then tho divisions would
bo made by drawing red baby-ribbon
tightly .down over tho cushion;
must then bo pressed on "tho top to
flatten it, and tho stalk"-sewn on.
Spiders Injure Carnation.
If .thoso who complain of trouble
with carnations will tako tho pains to
oxnmluo tho foliage, particularly tho
under fiido of it, thoy will discover 1
hundreds of tiny creatures ot n dark
red color moving actlvoly about among
llttlo wobs almost undistlngulshnblo
by tho ordinary observation. Theso
nro red apldors. UnleaS hopt In check
or got rid of thoy will ruliiuho plants.
The way to provont them' from taking
possession of tho plants is to glvo
dnlly Bhoworlngs all ovor tho foliage.
It this Is persisted In tlio spider will
Btay nwny. Put If It baa coma already
tho best thing to do la to hent n tub
ot water to 120 degrees and immerso
the plant in it. Allow it to romain
In tho bnth about half a minute. Thon
romoyo it and after a little- give" it nn
othor dip. This genoroliy kills tho
opldor, but a third bath may bo neces
sary. After gottlug'tho plant froo
from tho peat keep It away by tho lib
eral uso of wator. '
Advice from an Expert.
Mrs. Uosa Lowls, favorjto
King Edward, baH wilttctvlpn
ject of how to cook for kings nnd Inci
dentally glv,es BoniQ good-advico flint
other cooks, who only cator to tho ap
potltes of pja(n men of, tho. John and
William order, may do wolf' to follow,
You can't work In kid gloves, sho
says; n statement boiikj o; us might
be willing to cvntest, and sho advises
tho now cook not to aspire to muko
original dishes until she baa ninnim-mi
'tho elements ot her pfoeagion. Slip
says Bonsiuio cooiting is moro demand
ed than ever and thero isTmoro Intelli
gence on tho subject, "?"""
WANTED TO HASTEN TIME.
v r i i
Youngster Was Ambitious to Shine
' Like His Papa.
Thero la a certain young hopoful
who is nmbltloiiR to reach the years
of discretion. Ho ndmirea his father
very much, and this Is tho basis for
Tho desire to reach this happy state
waa voiced not very long ago as the
result of n midnight conversation with
the aforesaid father. Tho latter had
attended a banquet, and for the sake
of fcstlvo ornamentation ho had worn
a red rose In his button-hole. Upon
arriving homo everybody was asleep
but his smallest son, who snt up In
bed nnd surveyed tho pateifamalhiB.
Tho rose caught his eye.
"Papu, where did you get tho wed
rose?" ho queried.
"Someono gave It to mo," was the
"Why did they glvo It to you?"
"Oh, I'm u hot sport, and everybody
gives me flowerB.'was the offhnnd re
ply, na the red rOso was paused over,
and with it clnaped tightly ho fell
Tho next day ho approached hie
"Mamma, how long will it bo before
I get to bo a man?"
"It will bo n long tlmo. Why do
you want to knowV'
"'Cnuso I want to grow up nnd bo
a hot sport llko my old man.'
And, after all, who can criticise
such a laUdablo ambition?
PHOTOGRAPHIC WORK OF ART.
If You Can Figure Out How It Was
Mra. S.. had presented her washer
woman with an amateur photograph
of her young son, aged six months,
clothed only in Infnntllo Innocence, but
turning his bnck upon tho scene and
embracing the dog n la a well-known
painting. A llttlo later the craze for
enlarging fnmlly portraits struck the
town llko a tidal wave; nnd the crest
of the wave was assuredly Mrs. S.'s
lautidresB. "We hail that photograph
Miu glvo us of Towscr nnd tho baby
dono along with the rest. Pa said we
might's well," announced the washer
woman's small daughter. "Hut there
wasn't anything In tho picture but
Tov8er," said Mrs. S., "and the baby's
back." "Oh, we took out Towsor,"
Bald tho child. "Took out Towser!"
exclaimed Mis. S. "That must look
queer Just the baby, all alone, with
his back turned." "Oh, but yon see,
we turned him mound and put a dicss
on him," wns tlfo answer.
The beautiful hand Is slendor nt tho
wrist and bus long tnperlng lingers.
A Bhort thumb mny bo a horedltury
chaiuctcilstlc, but it is said to show
want of Intellect.
Nails should bo thin, oval and pink.
Vory highly polished nails nre not con
sidered In good tnsto and to muko
'hem very pointed suggests that the
hnndB to which they belong aro In
capable. Kngllsh women, as a rulo, havo well
shaped If Bomowhut large hands, and
they nro linn in grasp, soft, and of
French women havo small, well
shaped hands, but tho most beautirul
hands In ICuropo nre found In Italy
In India women's hands are exqui
sitely formed and dimpled bunds, In
deed, with every attribute of beauty.
Piety Run to Seed.
In tho recently published memoirs
of ComtesBo do Holgno, who lived 100
It hears ago, appears tho following: "I
had a gient speculative veneration for
that youthful Loulso do Condo, weep
ing for tho crimes of hor country at
tho foot of altars. I had formed a
lomnntlc Idea of her, but it was nec
essary to avoid Boeing tho heiolne.
Common, vulgar and ignorant, sh,o
was middle-class in her thoughts, in
her sentlmejits, In her actions, words
nnd porson. Ono was tempted to pity
God for being so constantly Impor
tuned by her; sho called on Him for
holp In nil tho most futllo circum
stances of hor puorlle existence. I
have seen hor offor up a prayor to re
cover a, boll of wool which had fallen
under her chnlr."
A 8NAP FOR THE MICE.
"Beads" of Rice Furnlshdd Forth an
Tho wind shook tho Japanese cur
tain of bamboo and glass beads, and aB
the strands divided the beach waa
visible tho white beach, tho bluo sea .
nnd tho bathors bobbing up and down
In tho sun-wnrnjod billows. "Theso
Japanese curtains," said tho boat, "aro
a fraud, somo of them. No wonder you
can see through them. Thoy got thin
ner and thinner. For tho glass beads
disappear. Tho mice eat them." "Mlco
cat glass bends? Irapoaalble!" "So I
tiibught at llr3t. nut, finding tho bedds
on all my' curtalnB disappearing, I in
vestigated. And I found that theso
pretty pule beads, wero not mado of
glass at all, They wero made ot rice.)
Thoy wero translucent rlco kornola
strung beadltko between tho bits of
bamboo. No wonder thoy disappeared
so fast, They made a lino lunch for tho
. 4 -J' ,. f, -f '
amount of noney yon
lost by kiepluf your
sparo rooms vacant so long.
A largo sum is it nst? Make
up your mlud tkat you will
I080 money no longer in this
way. Havo your ad inserted
in Tho Mirror for & wetk,
which will cost you CO cents.
Your room will thon be
rontcd. Cheap commisiiaa to
pay, is it not7
Phono ads to No. C ertlur
WANTDD-Skilled mechanics, by
large inniiufsirturliiK concern In
central Ohio. Address application
In tare of this paper, advising sal
ary expected. Il-lfi-lS-20
WANTKD-A good gill for general
housework. No washing or Iron
ing, (lood wages to an exper
ienced girl. Apply to Mro. O.
Wollenweber, 2G2 South Greenwood.
WANTBD-For tho C, H. Miulne
Corps: men between tho ages of
10 nnd H5. An oppoitunlty to Bee
tho world. For full Information
apply In person or by letter to re
cruiting office, 107 K. Center street,
Marlon, Ohio. ' 9-05-20t
FOR KKXT-Six room flat on the
sci-oml fiom- of tlio Hood block.
iiKiiure at .ib.I iSoitli Mute striyt'
or plume (ill).
FOU UKN'T-O room "house, hatour
ette, $8.00; 5 room house,' Fles,
$7.00; 5 loom house, Waterloo,
$0.00; 5 loom house,' Stato, $10.00.
CIIAS. H. GOMPF, Agt.
FOU ItKNT Claude Doty has a beau
tiful little (i roomed house for rent
tin Hliiliie Avenuo. All modern con
veniences. Inquire Oltz. phone.
2on 300. Hpd
FOU 'ItKNT S room house with bath,
cellar, drilled well. Altered cistern,
city water, paved street. See O. I,
Cozad, 23'J Dlaliie Avenue.
ond floor. Bath, gaq. and all mod-
ernconvoilences, 113 Illalno Avenue.
The heirs of John M. Hochstetter,
deceased, will offer for sale, the 'old
homestead, situated on tho Imbody
plko In Green Camp township, Ma
rlon county, consisting of 57.78 acres.
For price per acre and terms of Bale,
hco i. .m. Hochstetter at Marlon
Department company or nddress 317
South Vine street. 0-ll-7t
LOST A sun-burst brooch, Bet In
pearls. Thought to have been lost
in streets Friday afternoon. Finder
please return to Cleo Swenoy, W.
Church street nnd recolvo rownrd.
VUCTJONI3KUING-J. W. Clark
will cry alea of vry description
at reasonable rates. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Your intercut Is raj
intorcat. Office rooms, Court street
Both phonea. Marlon, Ohio
MOVING AND TRANSFER.
TUB PADDOCIC TRANSFER
Transfor Storago and Cratiug.
Daily Market Report
Kafit Iluffalo, N. V.. Sept. 1C. -Cut
tle Ueclpta 5,525; market Blow on
heavy Bteers nt steady to easy val
ues; medium and other grades tictlvo
and firm. Prima stoora, 0.15 Op CC5;
1200 to 1400 pound Bteers 5.50 n
m j ii ii in i iii ' nt im im m""Mii
lOj, 1D&0 to 1150 pound etoeru, 4..C5
'& Storage Co.
Phones 155 - M
helfern, 3.7o a fi.ou, rowa,
u 1.75; bulls, 2.7f. lit 4. GO; feed
ers, 2.60 lip -1.40.
VenlH-Rece'lpta 1,800; active and
2r.c higher. Top vealn. 0 W !.2.V, cull
to fair, 4 Tf 4.815.
Sheep and Innibs-HecolptH lfi.800
head, fairly active. LninliH, lfic low-
ei : sheep steady. Lambi, Ii.25
X3; yearlings 15.25 & ti; wethers.
B.fiO J 5.75; ewefl, 4.50 ri) 5.75;
mixed sheep. 2.75 (fi 7.25.
Hogs Uecelpts 17,000; slow, 10 Up
15c lower. Yorkers, COO 7i) fi.75;
pigs, ii HO Iff C10; mixed, 0.50 fl
0.70, heavies, 0.25 tfp C 40; roughs,
5.23 dt 5.00; stags, 1.25 iJD 4.75.
UNION STOCK YARDS
rn km Stock Yards, Ills., Sept. 1C.
CiittleKtHelptH :i0,000; estimated
loi 'luesdny, 8,000; market steady to
Hie lower. Prime beoveH, 5.50 fl
1 :0; poor tii medium, 4 tp 5. .'15;
stocUorH and feeders, 2.75 ffi 5; can
l'ers, 1.83 U 2.50; Toxans, 5.25;
westerns a. 50 ( 5.25.
Hogs Uecelpts 32,000; estimated
for Tuesday, 22,000; market strong
to 5c higher; light. C.15 fi 0.70;
lough, 5.45 0 5.75; mixed 5.80 Ht
('.52 1-2; heavy 5.85 (fi 0..10; pigs,
G.50 D 0.23.
Sheep Uecoipts 27.000; estimated
for Tuesday 20.000; market steady.
ltle lower. Native sheep, 3 5.00;
western sheep, 3.25 lit 5. CO; natjve
lambs, 4.75 lit 7.40; western lambs
7.00 iff 7.C5.
Cleveland. Sept. 10. -Uecelpts 3Q
rnrs; shipments 500; lower; york
irs. ti.,70; mixed C.55 ((l 0.00; heav
ies, n'.'M ti C40; best pigs, 0.25 (Q)
0.50; stags and roughs, 4 Q 5.50..
Calves Receipts 300 lower; good
to extra, 7.73 & 7.80. -
Sheep and lambs -Uecelpts 5 carsg
lower; good to extra 7.50 g 7. CO.
Cuttle Uecelplti 0 cars, slow.
Pittsburg, Pa.. Sept. 10 -Cattle
Uecelpts J4Q to;iin;u marliet Bteady.lt
Choice 0.35 (if 0.50; prime 0 & C30;
good, 5.05 tf? i uv, ildy butchers,
5.35 (!? 5.(10; fair. 4.00 (ft 5.10;
heifers, 3 !? 5: fat cows, 2 Gp 4.25;
bulls, 2.25 (ft) 4.50; good fresh cows
and springers, $20 (it $30.
Sheep and lambs -Uecelpts 221
doiibledeekH; market 10c lower on
uhecp mid steady on lambs. Prime
wethers, 5 00 5.05; good mixed
5.25 ft 5.50; fair mixed I. CO. 5.10:
mils and common. 2 d 3; lambs, B
( 7.50; veal calves, 8 lit 8.50; heavy
nnd thin, 4.50 Up 5.50.
Hogs Uecelpts 50 doubledecks;
market slow. Prime heavy 0.50:
I medium henvv mil Unlit vnrlrm-a
0.85 -lit fi 00; pigs. 0.35 ffj 0.40-'
- 'loughs. 5 'dt 5.75; atagfl, 4 it 4.5o'
UlllUiUU UttAM I
Chicago, Ills., Sept. 10. AVheat-1-2
f 5-8e higher; September closed
nt 01 5-8; December sold between
US 5-8 and na 7-8, opening at BO nnd
closing nt )); May between 1.04 5-8
and 1.05 3-4, opening at 1.01 5-8 and
closing at 1. 01 7-8; No. 2 ted winter
!(. 1-2 Of 00 3-).
Corn l-2o 3-le lower; Septem
ber closed nt fi9 3-4; December sold
between 55 7-8 and 50 3-1, opening at
30 1-2 and closing nt 50 3-8; May
between 5(1 7-S and 57 7-8. opening at
57 7-8 and closing at 50 3-S; May be
tween 50 7-S and 57 7-8, opening ot
5i 7-8 and closing -u 57 1-2- wn i
follow, 03 fji 03 1-2.
Oats-l-Sc up to 1-2 (ft 7-8c off;
September closed 52 7-8; December
f.old between 51 l-s and 51 3-4, open
ing at 51 5-8 and closing at 51 1-4-May
between 52 3-8 nmi n-t o.,i,'.
... ro i n ... ... ' "l"-ih
" u- j- ami closing nt 52
i wnito is (if 51.
TOLEDO GRAIN '
' 1-J; September 0.1 1-2; Dorom
!; M 1-S; May 1.03 1-8.
f orn-Cnsli fi7 1-2; September 07
1--. )eeember fifl .1-1; May C7 7-8.
VI 1 . 11 1 -,.' ---!...
; Dt'ceinber fio 1-2; May fft
-N. 1. R8; Xo. 2, KT; No,
f love reowl-rnsh 10.00; October
lO.nO; December n.35; March 0.35'.
ANike September n.3."i. Timothy
September 2. .10. nmouiy
NEW YORK PltODUQE
Now York, Sept. 10. Hutli.
Roceipls 15,810; fir (1e,na 1 r 'ZT-
"' Pxlm 27 1-2 j fire,
.... n- mi . - -
Mjilo dairy tubs finest 20 Ki ti
- ; sttile dairy tubs finest 2(1 l5
di) 2c, fnetorv firsi oo 7?
IWKjs-ljcccipl, 7.-1-10; choice fair
J? -1"; ilo mixed 24 Op ofl; western