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D (StrcuIaHon, 2250. cus. Subscription 51". 00 ESTABLISHED A.D. 1852. NAPOLEON, O., THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1896. VOL.XLIV-NO.20. 5 AND HENRY COUNTY NEWS. JCulerel at tf ixolon Postoffice at Second Clast Hatter. Pttb'.Uhtd every Thursday Moinlnn- Office. Northwest Building, Washington St. L. L.Unwio. Oali B.Obwiq L. L. OBWIG &1SOX. faxna of SvLTsacrlptloao. Per Tear in Advance - - at w nnntha In kllv.noe . . . Sinn If not paid In adranoe, then $1 JSO will becharged. WHo Daper will be dlicoutinned until all arrear age' arepld unlaw at the option of tnepuousncr. Job Printing of every ncacription neatly and cheaply executed. ADVERTISING RATES. j . Am't of Space. 1 we'k 1 mo. mo. 6 mo. 1 ye'r I 'One column... W oo m oo 26 oo oo w too oo I v .. ji 25 6 60 14 00 26 60 48 00 L K ...... 1 60 S 60 1 50 14 00 57 00 j -One Inch 85 l oo a oo oo 600 AH biulocss locale. Inserted among pnrercad ne nutter, 10 ceula ptr line fir first Inneiilon anhlS cents per line for each adcUtlonal Insertion. Business locals, wben Inserted nnderthe bead of Basinets Locals, 5 oenta per line for eaoh in ertion. ' Particular People. Our customers are particu lar people, and we are glad of it, for we are a little particu lar ourselves. People who are particular about the goods they buy, who insist upon per rfection as to durability, goods to be as represented, best ma terials and quality, are people who know what they ought to ;pay for goods and who refuse to pay exnoroitant prices. As we have said we are par ticular ourselves. Particular in selecting our goods, and we do our own selecting, from the best concerns in the country: Insist unon the very highest a, X grade of goods, and as we pay the plank down cash for every dollar s worth of goods pur chased we get them at the lowest notch, and that is the secret of now we can sell first class stock at a price which most dealers ask for second class and inferior goods. "We are especially particu lar in the selection of our stock of drugs and medicines They must always be up to the standard, pure and fresh. We pride ourselves in this de partment, and truthfully be lieve that we have drugs and medicines for all the aches and pains known to the human race, and to the animal king dom as well. We keep none but what we can recommend, and it is always wise to keep an assortment of goods, Jrue and tried remedies on hand, so that they may be near when wanted, for it is a fact that many lives are sacred, and diseases prevented, by having the right medicine at the tight time, and in time. And while we are especially particular with our stock o: drugs and medicines, we are equally particular m the se lection of our paints, oils and brushes. We are the oldest house in the county dealing in these goods, and we have this class of goods down pat, We keep no inferior paints or oils, and it is for that reason wherever you see paint spread that comes from our store it is always found to wear well and is first class in all particulars. Our wall paper and window shade dep t has a Avell estab lisned reputatiui. ana we are as particular of this depart ment as we are of any other in our mammoth store. Styles and patterns have never been more pretty than they are now, and as to prices you can paper your entire home for little or no money. The cheapness of our paper wil surprise you, as well as our designs will delight. Come in and look over the stock whetb er you wish to purchase or not. We still handle anything and everything in the book and stationery line, and keep this department up as well as can be found in any first class exclusive book and stationery store. Respectfully, ....... SAUR& BALSLEY. 16--H! FiithDIstrict Democrats Hold a Large and En thusiastic Convention. - SILVER FHE PREVAILING SENTIMENT. Judge Meekison Nomin ated on the Tenth Ballot. The Nomination Unanimous. Made Pursuant to notice the Democrats of the 5th Congressional District met in Convention at JNapoieon on tlie the 29th of June. The convention was called to order at 11 o'clock a. in., by M. Donnelly, chairman of the district central committee, who an nounced H. G. Richie, of Van Wert, as temporary chairman and L. L. Orwig, of Henry, as temporary sec retary. Judge Donnelly prefaced the announcement of the temporary organization with brief remarks, welcoming the delegates to .Napo leon, giving them the freedom of the city, and extending an invitation to the delegates and their friends to a boat ride on tne river iree oi charge, any time during the day or evening. The Judge's remarks were received with applause. Mr. Richie on taking the chair thanked the committee for the honor conferred and remarked that he was proud to preside, even temporarily, over the deliberations of this, a Democratic convention. Mr. Richie war. vociferously applauded during his remarks, especially so when h made reference to some of the lead ing Democrats in the district, and his reference to the white metal. Chairman Richie announced the first business of tbe convention to be the announcement of the dfffer ent committees. The committees were made up as follows : CREDENTIALS. Defiance Clem Gardner. Henry T. A. Conway. Paulding P. Windiate. Putnam George Fritz. Van Wert S. A. Murphy. Williams Dr. H. W. Wertz. PERMANENT ORGANIZATION, RULES, ETC. Defiance H. G. Baker. Henrv J. P. Kinstle. Paulding W. B. Brattain. ' Putnam G. W. Risser. Van Wert C. A. McConahey. Williams J. W. Nelson. RESOLUTIONS. Defiance J. J. Malley. Henry J. P. Ragan. Paulding Geo. Rice. Putnam J. B. Mersman. Van Wert G. A. Heist. Williams R. N. Patterson. VICE PRESIDENTS. Defiance Judge S. T. Sutphen. Henrv R. Dunnegan. Paulding M. N. Uttley. Putnam J. H. Kunekee. Van Wert G. W. Squibb. Williams Blair Haggerty. CENTRAL COMMITTEE. Defiance W. T. Hill. Henry M. Donnelly. Paulding P. Atwill. Putnam J. Justice. Van Wert G. W. Siddle. Williams O. D. Willett. On Motion of Mr. Printis of Put nam, the Democratic editors of the distriot were made assistant secre taries. On motion the convention took a recess until one o'clock p. m. AFTERNOON SESSION. Convention called to order prompt ly at one o'clock, and the report of the committee on credentials called for. The report was ,as follows, which was accepted : Your committee on credentials beg leave to submit the following report. We find no contest in any county except in Washington township, De fiance County, between Win. Lantz and Ulrio Ball for delegate, and up on consideration find that Wm. Lantz is entitled to act as delegate from said township in place of Frank W. Pollock, regularly elected dele gate who is not present The committee on permanent or ganization etc., not being ready to report, the committee on resolutions reported as follows : -, We, the Democrats of the 6th Con gressional distriot of Ohio, in conven tion assembled, most heartily con gratulate the country on the per manent blessing brought tb its peo ple, and to the posterity, by the act of the Democratic party in repealing the iniquitous McKinley tariff law, and putting "at rest forever the issues between a protective tariff and one for revenue only. . First, that we do reaffirm our alle giance to the principles of the party announced by Jefferson and Jaokson. Second, we are in favor of an honest dollar, worth neither more nor less than one hundred cents. We favor bi-nietalisra, and to that end we de mand the free and unlimited coinage of both gold and silver at the ratio of 10 to 1, as redemption money with equal legal tender power, independ ent of the action or advice' of any other nation on the face of the earth. Third, we denounce the act of the Republican congress of 1873, demone tizing silver, as a orime against the common people of this country, per petrated in the interest of, and at the dictation of the money kings- of this and other countries, and we en dorse as true the declaration of John G. Carlisle when he. said: "It is the most gigantic crime of this or any other age, and the consummation of such a scheme would entail more misery on the hu man race than all the wars, pesti lences and famines that ever occur red in the history of the world." Fourth. Entertaining these views as we do, we hereby instruct the delegates this day chosen to repre sent us in the Democratic National Convention to use their best efforts to procure the adoption by said Na tional Convention, of & declaration favoring and demanding the free and unlimited coinage of both gold and silver, at the ratio of 16 to 1, without waiting the action of or con sulting the wishes of any other na tion on earth. And be it further lle$olved. That we will not support any candidate before this conven tion, for such delegate or alternate to said national convention, who is not known to be unequivocally In favor of the restoration of silver as herein defined, and who will not and does not, first, so announce and de clare himself to this convention, nor will we support or cast our votes in this convention for any candidate for the nomination for member of congress in this district, who does not in the presence of the convention declare himself in full sympathy and accord with the principles and policy expressed in these resolutions, and who will not pledge himself to the people of the district, when elected, to exert his best efforts to secure legislation in harmony with the let ter ana spine oi uiese ueciiirnuuns. The committee on permanent or ganization, rules and order of business reported as follows: Your Committee on Permanent Or ganization, Rules and Order of Busi ness beg leave to report as follows: Permanent chairman J. f. Kagan. ' secretary, W. E. Decker. Assist. Sec. all the Democratic edi tors of the District present. Rules as follows: Rule 1. The usual parlimentary rules shall govern this convention so far as applicable except as moainea bv these rules. Rule 2. That all nominations for Concress shall be made by ballot and the person receiving a majority of all votes cast shall be declared the nomi nee. Rule 3. That the elections of dele gates and alternates to the National Convention and the elector lor this district shall be elected by ballot. Rule 4. That all candidates for delegatesand alternates be annonnced before balloting for them begins, and that the two candidates receiv ing the highest number of votes, they each having a majority of all votes cast, shall be declared elected, and that each delegate be permitted to vote for two candidates ror dele gate and alternates at the same time. Rule S. That all candidates lor Congress, the delegates and alter nates, to the National Convention and Elector, shall first be annonnced and presented by a nominating speech, not exceeding five minutes in duration, and each candidate so presented, as his name shall be called bv the Secretary of this con vention. shall nersonallv annear be fore this convention and declare his position on the financial issues and pledge himself to support the platorui adopted by this con vention, and no votes . shall be counted for any person as a can didate for Congress, Delegate, Alter- ternate or Elector, who has not been first presented as above provided, and pledged himself to the support of the resolutions adopted by the convention. Rule 0. That all resolutions shall be submitted to the Committee on Resolutions without debate. Rule 7. That no nomination shall be made until the adoption, of the piatiorm. Rule 8. That each delegate shall be permitted to cast his vote for the respective candidates as he may de sire. Rule 9. That for all the business of this Convention the roll of coun ties shall be called in the following order : Defiance, Henry, Paulding, Van Wert, ' Williams. Rule 10. That no ballot shall be withdrawn or changed after the same has been deposited with the Secre tary of this Convention. Order of business: 1st. Report of Committee on Cre dentals. 2nd. Report of Committee on Rules and Order of Business. 8rd. Report of Committee on Res olutions. 4th. Nominations for Candidates for Congress. 5th. Eleotion of Delegates. 6th. " " Alternates. 7th. " " Elector. Mr. Ragan, the permanent chair man, appeared, and madea terse and appreciative address, which took the convention by storm. The call of the counties for can didates for Congress being called, is Simmons Liver regulator don't forget to take It The Liver gets sluggish during the Winter, just like all nature, r.nd the system becomes choked up by tha accumulated waste, which brings on Malaria, Fever and Ague and Rheuma tism. You want to wake up your Liver now, but be sure you take SIMMONS Liver Regulator to do it it. also regulates the Liver keeps it properly at work, when your system will be free from poison and the whole body invigorated. You get'f HE BEST BLOOD when your system is In Al condition, and that will only be when the Liver is kept active. Try a Liver Remedy once and note the difference. But take only SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR it is SIMMONS Liver Regulator which makes the difference. Take it In powder or in liquid already prepared, or make a tea of the powder; but take SIMMONS LIVER REGU LATOR. You'll find the RED Z on every package. Look'forit J. H. ZeUlu & Co., Philadelphia, Pa. SIMMONS . THE BEST SPRING MEDICINE Defiance responded first, and in the person of Judge Baker presented the name af Hon. W. D. Hill: Henry county, through L. L. Or- wig, presented the name of Judge David Meekison. Paulding asked to be passed. Putnam announced that it had no candidate. Van Wert, through Hon. J. M. Saltzgaber, presented the name of S. H Burtsaeld. Williams county turouch O. J. Sellinian, placed in nomination R. L. Starr. Paulding county, being recalled, Hon M. N. Utley arose to second the nomination of . 8. Burtsfield. Mr. John Deindorfer, of Defiance, seconded the nomination of Hon. W. D. Hill. Mr. Pnntis, of Putnam, seconded tbe nomination of S. S. Burtsfield. Candidates appeared before, the convention and each pledged himself to support the free coinage of silver and the candidate nominated. The Chair appointed as tellers, J. Malley and W.U Zeller. The first ballot was called for. which resulted as follows : FIRST B.UJ.OT. k" a 2 1 5 e : , 7 ? ! . s 1 Deflanco . ... 60 Honry 67 .. Paulding 6 10 20 loH Putnam . 7 ! 13 45 1 VanWert - 68 Williams . 87 Total 69 73'. 133 44. No ehefiee. second ballot called. SECOND BALLOT. w c 05 Defiance'....'. Henry 57 Paulding i 11 50 8 15 6i 20 48 1-5 51 7 1 in 37 pntnnm 14-5 Tan Wert Williams. i Total 69 4-5 VM 122 1-5 54,'a The third ballot resulted as follows: Meekison 02, Hill 78, Burtsfield 128, Starr 55. Fourth ballot : Meekison C9, Hill !, Burtsfield 130. Starr 51. Fifth ballot : Meekison 02, Hill 73, Burtsfield 140, Starr 47. Sixth ballot : Meekison 59, Hill 61. Burtsfield 141, Starr 58, Snook 2. A motion to take a recess for one hour was voted down, and the 7th ballot was called. Hon. John Snook appeared upon the platform in answer to renewed calls. He thanked his friends who were urging the use of his name as a candidate, but positively refused to be a candidate. He approved of the platform and remarked that he had always been a silver Democrat. Before the 7th ballot was taken Mr. Hill withdrew his name as a can didate, and Mr. Snook appeared up on the rostrum to make his refusal as a candidate more positive. The 7th ballot resulted as follows : Meekison 84, Burtsfield 140, Starr 96, Winn 3. Mr. Winn was called before the convention. He approved of the platform and was in favor of both gold and silver dollars at a ratio of 16 to 1. Eighth ballot : Meekison 67, Burts field 140, Starr 114, Winn 2. Ninth Ballot : Meekison 57, Burts field 124. Starr 147. Mr. Burtsfield withdraws his name. Tenth Ballot. Meekison. Defiance Starr. 50 Henry Paulding Putnam Van Wort Williams 57 2 48 68 37 Total....... 1C8 158i Jddarft Meekison having receivedl majOTitpfofc all the votes cast wan der-) claredj the nominee. iil Ofiknotion of Mr. Starr the nomi nation was made unanimous, amid cheering and clapping of hands. . Mr. Meekison appeared before the convention and in a few words thank ed the convention for the honor con ferred. The following names were an nounced as delegates to the Chicago Convention : H. G. Baker of Defi ance, Arthur Knapp of Paulding, John Kunekee of Putnam. L. X. Jacobs of VanWert. The ballot re sulted as follows : Baker 138, Knapp 139, Kunekee 186, Jacobs 184: Messrs. Kunekee and Jacobs were declared the nominees. On motion Messrs Baker and Knapp were unanimously selected as alter nates. On motion Dr. Blair Hagarty, of Williams, was selected as Elector by acclamation. On motion, a card of thanks was extended the citizens of ' Napoleon and the Democrats of Henry county for their kind treatment and many courtesies to the delegates. The district centra committee were empowered to fill any or all va cancies which might occur. On motion the convention ad journed at 12:45 a. in. There are two reasonable things whiob. everybody should do: take good care of one's health; and if lost, regain it quickly and to this every body will agree. And there are a great multitude of people who are agreed that for both purposes Simr mons Liver Regulator is the best helper: "I am troubled with torpid liver and nothing gives relief so quick like Simmons Liver Regulator" R. R. Strange, Lake City, Fia. Knew His Own Value. Captain Doncgan, a retired lake sailor, was noted for his good nature, an Instance of which is given by The Tlmos-Horald: Ho one shipped an old fellow named Dougal merely to give him a place to eat and sleep. Dougal was not expected to go aloft or do any hard work, and he knew It. One day, when It was blowing pretty fresh, tho captain, for a Joke, called Dougal and told him to go up and furl the topgallant sail "I will na," said the old follow, looking tip in the captain's face in a surprised Way. "Come, come, man, up with you I Don't you see the to'gallant soil will blow away?" "I will na," reiterated Dougal "Ye can easy get anither topsail, captain, but my wife canna set anither DouiraL " 4th of July llufei. The. Lima Northern will sell ex cursion tickets between all stations at one first class trip for the round trip. Tickets on sale July 3rd and 4th, good returning Jnly 6th inclus ive. K. f ISHKK. li. f. A. td F. Lannen, Ticket Ag't. This is the Mouth. J uly is the month to buy your wall paper and paints at Saur isBalsley's Drug Store. This is the month when they try to close out their wall paper and window shades as near as possi ble in order to be ready for a nice fall stock, much of which has already been purchased. In order to do this they have fouud it necessary to re duce prioeB to the lowest notch so that people can afford to buy now and hold the wall paper six months or a year if necessary before they use it. Many of these patterns are of the latest styles, and you will be able to make very satisfactory selections. Their stock of paints is one of the most complete, and of the very best quality the markets afford. Every pound is guaranteed to give satisfac tion and thus you run no risk iu making your purchases at this house. GKAND WEDDING On Kelley's Island Large Num ber of Guests Present. Thursday evening the wedding of Miss Lydia M. Elfers and Mr. Charles BQkerman, of Napoleon, took place on Kelley's Island. The ceremony was performed at 7 o'clock in the German Reformed church by the pastor, Rev. L. Rettig, in the pres ence of a large number of friends of the contracting parties. The bride wore a handsome gown of oream benrietta, trimmed with oriental lace and ribbon, and the groom wore a suit or conventional black. Miss Freda Elfers. sister of the bride. acted as flower girl, and Mr. Eddie Bokerman, brother of the groom, performed the duties of usher. After the wedding ceremony a reception was given at the Island House, where the bridal party:received heartv con gratulations. An elegant spread was served in the spacious hall, to which over one hundred persons AtA omnia -i.ie joa b... furnished during the reception by the Kelley's Island brass band of ten pieces. After the reception at the hall the guests repaired to the hand some residence of the bride's parents, wnere several weu cnosen selections were given by the Island band. The parlor was beautifully decorated with flowers, palm and ferns. The bride is the accomplished daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Elfers, oi tielley's Island, and has a wide circle of friends. The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Boker man, of Napoleon, Ohio, is a school teacher of Henry county, and a refined gentleman. The happy couple received many handsome and useiul presents. Mr. and Mrs. Bok erman will leave to-day for a few week's visit in the East, after, which they will return and take up their future residence in Napoleon. The following guests from abroad were present: Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bokerman, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bok erman, Messrs. William C. and Ed die Bokerman, Henry Schulty and Mrs. Earl Collins, Napoleon; Misses Emma and Mary Miller, Cleveland; Miss Lottie Westerfield and Miss Liz zie Peters, West Dover; Mr. and Mrs. John Homegardner, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Muehlfeld, Mrs. Fred. Boker man, Mrs. Chas. Bokerman,' Miss Alma Swessinger, Miss Kittie Mul doon, Mrs. L. Becker, Messrs. John Deike and John Erney, Sandusky. Sandusky Register, June 21th. Steamer Aground. New York, June 29. The steamer Umbria, outward bound, is acrround in llftedney channel. NEVER Since I have been in Busines have we shown such good values as we do now IN There is POSITIVELY nothing to compare with them in the town, besides we show an immense line. It's those that have never believed in advertise ments, those who are regular customers at the other clothiers, or those who say, ,I have always done well enough at my regular trading place." It's these Men we want to see. Just to show you our $12.00 Suits will con vince you that we sell these suits from $2 to $3 cheaper than our competitors. GEORGE HAHN, One Price Clothier and Tailor. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Govt Report MM i-V VV ABSOLUTELY PURE Shall Napoleon Have a Tele phone Exchange ? Wauseon, a town of only 2,500 peo ple, has an exchange with 80 phones and toll lines reaching every town in the county. Wauseon has the ap pearance of a youngcity while Napo leon is still traveling along in the old ruts. A company has been organized aud $3,100 has been subscribed for the purpose of putting in an ex change at Napoleon, the estimated cost of which is $6,000. There is still $2,900 of unsubscribed stock. Two parties from Wauseon, Mr. Ed. L. Barber and J. S. Brailev, have each taken 600 worth of stock in this enterprise 57 phones have already been taken. The company exact a list of 75 phones before they will put in an exchange. Will the people of Napoleon allow this op portunity to get a telephone ex change to go by default, when 18 more subscribers will make the re quired number ? Wauseon started with 60 phones and now has 80. The company is very prosperous the stock advancing to 110 in 80 days. Several Wauseon parties stand ready to take stock in the Na poleon exchange providing 75 phones are guaranteed. This number should be subscribed at once, and Napoleon capital should own a majority of the stock. It will be a good investment and the exchange will be construc ted in a first-class manner. Mr. J. P. Braily will visit Napoleon the latter part of this week when the matter of constructing an exohange will be fully determined. The contract for a toll line from Defianoe, reaching Holgate, Napo- leon. Liberty. Wauseon. Favette. U....l T, Morenoi. Delta. Swanton and Toledo has been let. In addition to this all the Southern and adioininir oounties can be reached from tl:e Napoleon exchange, to-wit : Pauld ing, Defiance, - Wood, Van Wert, Williams, Auglaize, Allen, Ottawa, and Putnam, Ft. Wayne, and a score of Indiana towns. This will bring Napoleon in close touch with all Northwestern Ohio. Let us have a telephone exohange, and have it at once. State of Onio, Cm or Toledo, I Lucas Cocty, f BB Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is the senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the City of Toledo, Coun ty and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUN DRED DOLLARS for each and ev ery case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presenoe; this 6th day of De cember, A. D. 1886. A. W. GLEASON, sealI Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intern ally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. 3"Sold by Druggist, 75c. lm Wheel Strain. Develops rheumatism and lumba go, which are quickly cured by Humphreys' Specific No. 15. Price 2oc. For sale by all druggists, lm MARKET REPORTS. Grain ud Stock Quotation For Jan 89. ' New York. Banf Family, 14 50(99 00; extra me;, $8 00 7 00; paokod, S7 M9 00. Cat meau lockled belliea,' 4o; pifkled Bhuulder, 4 picklud hiuun, k$9'40. l,ard west ern xteam, It 20. Pork old mesa, !7 7.vaS25. family, J9 75010 25; short clear, S9 00(3 10 MX Butter Western dairy, 8fllc; do cream ery, llSlSf ; do factory, 7(gU0o; Klgins, l.i!-jc; imltatinu creamery, Olia CJneeje State large, 5-47c ; small, pari skims, 3(4 44tr, full skims, I'yy-c. Rxxa State and Pennsylvania, 121-H: western fresh, ln Wo. Wheat Corn B33. Bye SSA 8flc. Oats 2Ai. Boaton. Wool Ohio and Pennsylvania XXX. 20o; XX and above, 17($18c; X, 16'9l7c: No. 1, lVi (gilSc: No. 2, 18c; tine unwasned, 12i313c; un merchantable, 14(aldc; Ohio combings No. 1. 0)'-i blood, Mc: No. 2, '.-blood, !j0c; Ohio delaine, 19c. Michiean A and above. 14V415c; No. 1, 17(518; No. 2, lTWc; fine unwashed, ll($12c; unmerchantable, Uk913a: Michigan combing No. 1, a)i4 blood, lSKOluc; No.2, blood, lSfglOc; Michigan delaine, 18o: Kentucky, Missouri and Indiana: Combing, blood, 15c; do, i-blood, 14.j!415o ; do braid. mWic; clothing, blood, lie; do !i blood, 14c; do coarse, 14c; Chicago. Cattle Fair to best beeves, 13 50(51 60; stackers and feeders, 'i 70fr$3 75; mixed cowa and bulls, $1 80(04 05; Texana, 12 65 5; western, $2 l;xtjli 75. Hogs Light, $3 25(93 50; rough packing and shipping, $2 75((2 90; mixed and butchers . (3 Kya,i 40; heavy picking and shipping, M 75 1$B 25: pigs t XxaZih. Sheep Natives. 8 00(93 70; western, $3 70($ 4 00; Texans, tl COM2 70. Lambs l 00(04 45. Wheat 63-.io. I Corn i'-JMc. Oats 15a Rye-28X3. " Pittsburg. Cattle Prime, 14 30(04 85; fair to good butchers', 14 1G4 25; bulls, cows and stags, tl 50(03 50. Hogs-Heavy, S3 203 SO; medium, S3 05 8 70; pigs, (3 70(95 75. Sheep and Lambs Choice sheep, $4 00(94 00; common, tl 00d32 75; choice lambs, 44 50(04 75; exports, 13 60(03 80. RULE WITU US. $1.50 I $1.50! LADIES FINE SHOES SPECIAL ( . ON AT 1.50.:. Needle Toe, Narrow Toe, Round Toe in Lace and Button. We can give you some special bar gains in this line. Call and see for yourself. We will continue our special sale on all Tan Shoes and Oxfords indefinitely. The Model Shoe Store, GOTTSCHALK BROS., Propr's. MOW PEES!