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ikiE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES am in PUPILS CREDITED Much Interest Is Being Shown by Students of County Schools. Interest in Up homo project work" for the hoys and girls of the county held under the supervision of County AKcnt John . Rordner, County Supt. uf .Schools, K. H. Lonirliehl and .Mis-; (J. R. King, county supervisors of do mestic science, is being sustained dur ing the entire summer, according to deports coming Into the rural dis tricts. Ten projects outlined early in the spring by those in charge include dairying, horse raising, .swine, poul try, horticulture, corn nwln?, po tato rovin4. homo g'ardening, fuiit and vegetable preservation and gen eral housekeeping. The. i equireinents fur the various projects are; Dairying, take charge uf either two mill; cows or one cow and a calf for a period of four months; horse, take care of a brood mare and colt or one farm learn for four months; swine, take care of brood sow and litter of pigs for four months; poultry, take care of t he entire Hock of chickens kept at the pupil's homes providing there he not less, than ihree dozen hens, for four months; horticulture, take' tare of a home or chard for one season providing there be not less than L'O trees in the or chard; corn growing, producing not less than one acre of corn; potato growing, producing- not less than one acre of potatoes; home gardening, planting and caring for a garden con taining not less than 1,;00 square feet and growing not less than 15 varieties of vegetables; fruit and vegetable preservation, to can not less than 40 cans of fruit, to include five varieties of fruit each to be prcrerved in two ways, not less than one Can of jelly of each of four kinds of fruit, not less than three cans of each of four kinds of vegetables and at least one pound of dried corn; general housekeeping includes- plannit. g, cooking, and serv ing at home at least six breakfasts, six dinners and six suppers, making of three garments, patching three garments, darning stockings, making towels, pillow cases, sheets, napkins, etc.. care of house and as-ii:Tg in washing and ironing. The reward offered by the county for promoting interest in the various activities on the farm for the young farmer boy or girl is a credit in schooj work. To the boy or girl making the best showing in the county, a trip to farmers' week at Purdue university Is offered. The object of the projects is to pro mote a general interest among the members of the rising generation of farmers in advanced methods of hus bandry and farm culture. Tt get the boy? and girls tirst interested in farm work and eager to learn more and more about the different processes is Lhe aim of tlie competitive produci ng and growing contests, said one of those interested in making the pro jects this year a success. Pnrollment in the various projects was completed last April and the re sults will be announced this fall. Pu pils In the seventh grade and above were eligible to compete. n the corn crowing contest there were l'C en tered, in the home gardening there were nine, in the dairy project six, ind horse project four, and in the hog project there were six. Nine enrolled in the potato growing, three in the horticulture. live in the poultry. tl in general housekeeping, and '21 in the canning. The total number enrolled in the various departments is By means of this project the county I -schools are correlated with practical i uork connected with a farm as well is theoretical. It hai been said in the past that too often the schools looked only upon the scholastic side ni the training and failed to stress the ictual conditions that are met upon the farm. P.efore any one of the contestants receive a credit their work must be a; intrp ') tiisiniei i pronounced satisfactory. A rsted pers.cn must observe the pro gress and work of a pupil making re ports to the school otiicials before w-rcdit is granted. TENNIS TOURNAMENT MAY START ON AUG. 21 Committee Will Meet at V. M. C. A. Monday to Draft Utiles for i:cnt. The V. M. C. A. tennis tournament for the Calvin t'lauer trophy will prohahly start Saturday, Aup. L'l. This was th" announcement made Thurs day l-y Physical Director J. H. Miller. A im-etinj? of the tennis committee of the V. M. U. A. will be held next Monday at which time rules for the tournament will he drr ' up. The Ulauer cup was won last yc.tr ! II. I'. 1'orster. Itohert Uimmerman gained "permanent possession of the for the cup me tar i'v t. . . fore hv winning it the third time. 1'orster has won new cup once and must win it twice mere before he gains permanent pes- j session. H. P. Milliman. George! Thorward and many other int rested tnnis enthusiasts are expected to compete. Milliman was runner up last j car. being defeated in the finals In close matches by Porster. Reeanse of the heavy entry list in the handicap tournament stag d this summer by the V. M. i. A., it is e pt ctt d that the entrits it the coming .ity champHinship tourney will be th largest ever handed in ti the committee. The lar-st entry jast years was lif 111 WILL HOLD WELSH lIIGHT lc. A. I!. Tliiimit to sjH'ak at S- lion Arin Tent. T-'nig'nt I.s known hr S.tlatioii Army )rogram has been as V l.-h nigh at t at a ml ,t eci 1 airangtd for the )( CM i" '. The Rev. A. P. Thomas will ., ipcaVcr and sevi r.'l r."' d Wel-b. Ms u ill take pai t. The cr ice :c In Pngliih. th.-;n'4-will FOR HOME IRK nd about Town DEATHS .ioiix v. .jom. Word was received in South Rend Thursday of the death of John W. Jcncs at his homo in Raton Rapids, Mich. Reath vas caused by heart trouble. Mr. Jones for Z years was an active member of the Masonic or der. J. M. Widrig', Mr. and Mtj. J. A. Keith and Mi.s neida Jones all -f 1 i P. .outh st., and Mr. and Mr, P. R. Keith of ." '1 2 S. Jiush st.. are relatives in the city. PILGRIMAGE WILL BE MADE TO NOTRE DAME Members of St. Joseph's Church Will Pay Yi-it to (irotto on Sunday. Onr of the largest pilgrimages ever made to the grotto at Notre Dame will be made next Sunday. Aug. K, by the membeis of h?t. Joseph's parish, South J lend. Father Carroll, the pastor of the church, announced that the com mittee in charge had planned on L'.UOQ people making the trip to the univer sity. The procession will be made. from the local church on Hill st. to the university church at Sunday morning, arriving at the university church at 10:. "Pi, where solemn high mass will be sung, following which visits will be made to the grotto. The services will close at 4:"0 in the after noon with solemn benediction in Sacred Heart chapel. The return trip' to the city will be 'made by special I trolley ears on the Hill st. line. The order of march from the church to the university will be In the society j plan. The otlieers of the societies will! have charge of each group. The so cieties that will march are the Holy Name, Children of Mary and Altar so cieties. Muslo will be furnished by i the Children of Mary society on the J way to the university. At the services: I L 1 I I . . i . . l . . 1 ! Ml 1 . . . ' in -acrcu i lean ciiurcii music win ou furnished by the St. Joseph parish male choir and orchestra. The solemn high mass will be sung at 10::!0 by the local pastor. Rev. P. J. Carroll. C. S. C, and he will be assisted by Kev. Frederick Gassensnnth, C. S. C, assist ant pastor of St. Joseph's church, as deacon, and Kev. Angus McDonald r : Notro Dame as subdeaeon. The scr-! mon of the day will be preached by j the pastor of the local parish, Rev. Father Carroll. Those who have charge of the prep arations of the trip are as follows: Committee No. 1, James Luther, Ordo i Barrett and liwrence Davclin; Com mittee No. 2. David Powers. Henry Krewer. Mrs. J. Kreuper and Mrs. V. I,. Reni committee No. the Misses Cm. Winkler, Ruth Probst. Josie Poulin, Marie Ruther. and the fourth is coin- posed of Will Cass, Jacob Reehner and Thomas llickcy. TAKE CARE0F HORSES Announcement Will he Sent Out by If tuna ne Society. Owing to the cool weather this summer, no special appeal has been made by the South Rend Humane so- eiety to owners and drivers of horses to take care of the animals. In cities where the heat has been keenly felt. humane societies have requests to teamsters to horses kindly, and it has practice of the local society .e.lt treat nut the heen thf in former years to do this. Following i.s a part of the announce ment that will he sent out in regard to the annual workhorse parade to he held on Sept. 5: "The highly developed nervous sys tern of the hor.so renders eullariy eapahle of suffering, linage, even if it stops far him pe- IloiirTh short of ! hrutalitj. keeps him in a constant state of fear or irr'tation. inc ex pression of the animal's eyes and the i carriage of the ears telLs the story of a Rood or had driver. "There are many teamsters who treat the horse as if he were a ma chine and are guilty of continual cruelty toward him. . On the other hand, there are many humane driwrs who have a real affection for their horses and take the greatest pride in their appearance. These men mako , , . . . ..in . i. goon urivers anti gooti ciwens. ARRANGE SERIES FOR . CITY CHAMPIONSHIP Tirt (iame Will he Played at J. 1. Olher IMaysrtMnd on Sept. 1 1. The first came of the series to de cide the amateur baseball champion ship of the city will bo played on the J. D. Oliver playground on Spt. 4. ac cording to preliminary arrangements made at a meeting of the secretaries of the various ward leagues in the otFu e of P. R. Rarnes In the high school. Games will be played on the two following Saturdays, the one on Sept.. IS being1 the one that decides the title. Dr. P. A. Cason. G. A. Karabaush and t .J. Montgomery, members of the advisory board of the ward leagues were appointed to take care staff of umpires who will of the otiiciatol during the city series. Pour teams, winners in their re spective ward leagues, will compete for five the amateur championship and teams will plav for the Impound! class title. According u the reports of the secretaries, the Muessels arrt leadir.tr in the Trio league the liegu- lars in the Second ward league and. the Pirst .M. P. team in the seventh. ! The secretary of the Pourth ward league w.is ntt present. ,"l"VsiTW0 CLAIM TO OWN HORSE Action lirought Acaint Pontalde to Hvi llot'-c llebl on Pxcutin. Suit to uet jtssession tf a horse and wagon was hied in Justice Peak's court Thursday against Robert Reyrer, constable. by Joseph R. Sherman. Rt rer holds the property on execu tion is-aied from Justice Y piszyn -.ki's court in the case of Lewis Pcbicn ..gainst Maurpe Shavel. It was held ty 1-Vblcn lhat Sh.nel hal no right to the ho'se and wagon and now Sher man ep'.ims wnership. The .alter eckj also to recover Jje U'.iUkc4. Ell MR VETERANS CLOSES Members of 73rcl Indiana to Meet Next Year at Michigan City. Michigan City was chosen as the next meeting place of the 7:'.rd rcgi-j ment of Indiana volunteers at the ' business meeting held Thursday morn- ' in- in the Anten Post hall in the old i court house building. The second week in August. was also selected as the time of next meeting. John Herrold of Mixhigan City was elected president: H. H. Williams of Chesterton, vice president; Galaska Gordon of Michigan City, second vice president: and H. H. Miller of Valpa raiso, third vice president. John Caul field of this city was reelected secre tary and treasurer for the fourth sue- rcssive time A report of the memorial commit tee read at the business session Thurs day morning, showed that l:'. members of the regiment had died during the past year. They were: Joseph Oliver, David M. Hauser, Martin Young. Oil- lis MeBane, John II. ReN r. 1 1. West, P. L. Evans. John (3. P.recne walt, John W. Teel. Thomas Leiek, George Wheeler, James Clayton and William Reynolds. The committee which submitted the report was com posed of O. G. Wheeler, C. O. Kanarr, and John Herrold. Resolutions were also drawn up and adopted thanking the citizens of South Rend for the hospitality extend ed the veterans. Thursday afternoon at 1:?,0 o'clock t Vi t K-d r t r. L- n ri !i n ill nl thn I city on an automobile ride. They visited the site of the old camp where they were mustered in in lsti:'. The comrades had dinner at Kahle's and following- the auto ride disbanded and returned to their respective homes. A eamptire meeting was held last night which was attended by the Tilrd roi;iment veterans and their comrades nf ther regiments and comnanies thev were connected with while in the. Civil war. Washington Gardner of Albion, Mich., past national commander of the G. A. R. and a veteran of the ;:lst regiment of Ohio infantry, delivered an address in which he related many incidents familiar . to the soldiers present who participated in the vari ous encounters, lie tolcl the story of the 7::rd infantry from the day they i weie put imo me neiu unui uiey weru hardened men of war. He connected many humorous incidents with his ad dress, cheering the comrades present. "You can never blot out of t lie memory of these men present the ."1st day of December, 1S6L" said Mr. Gardner, "when the shells were bursting around in every direction, teamsters were busy moving their ammunition and provision wagons in a better position from the enemy. At ttltO t'l Ill-1 1 1 VW HlAL . Ol All J.f t I) 1 -.. 1 rCgiment were at the front of the battlefield holding their own while their comrades on every side fell i under the lire of the south but with wonderful firmness this regiment I played an important part in the hattle! ' that nUht "Ood lias heen wonderfully us to protect our lives for ; Rood to years, lacking- live days, that we miht seo what the result of theso horrihlo hloody hattlcs were. If the hoys who are sleeping at (Jettvshur toniuht uuut z nit- Mm couui aiiM: ami see mo ; i:i.erhard. will return I ridav after United states, for w hich they jravo i noon instead of Thursday ai t. rnoim their hvts. they w:ld not think they ' ! had sacritieed their lives for naught. , j These men were all in the prime of their lives when they were called ine iront. i ne irreat point at lssiiv. was whether or not the United States should he united or separated. Hack of this great point was slavery. This was only the exciting part of the war. It acted as a fuse to instill a spirit of justice throughout the north as did the killing of the crown prince of Austria cause a spark for the war ! which is now waging, which is the j greatest the world has ever known among civilized nations. Other features of the evening were: Hugle call-assenjldy hy William Long eneeker: invocation hy Kev. John M. Alexander; address of welcome hv Mayor I- red Keller, in which he gave! the old soldiers a heartv welcome to I the city. The address was responded to hy K. A. Jemegaii. Short addresses hy a number of the comrade.? com pleted the evening's program. SHOOTS AT MAN WHO ENTERS HIS HOME Aflrny Leads tt the Apjcaranee Tt .Men in City Court Trial on I'riday. of When a man enters a home, rough ly and boisterously, asks for "the gills." anil refuses to leave when po litely requested to by the owner of th" home, has N that owner the right to shoot at the intruder with a revolver? Thi: question arises j;i the case of r-rntl Rrassovanyi. S. Taylor 1 1.. ; w ho will be tried Priday for assault 1 and battery with intent to kill. '.barges being preferred by one Alex ' 'wiszynsKi. 4U. s. ( hapm st. Rrasso-, Mnyi. a west side photographer, was- . arraigned in morning and city court Thursday, entered a pl-?a of not ; '"ilty. HLs bond was fixed at a'. ges that Sow iszy:.ski entere.l j Ids "me in the mann r desi ribed and Marten to ngni wnen ne was asked to leave. Rrtissovanyi s thei; said to have shot at him with the revolver. Sowi. zyr.ski is accused of acsault and bat tery by Rra.sovanyi. and will be tried at the sain" time. 11 sin us mm iix. Sam Schwartz. Kudnlph Ackcrtr.an. illiam Htff:naii and Kdward Reran returned Thur-day morning after spending two weeks iishing in Wiscon sin. They made their headquarters at Island lake, Wis. I 'VTI ( tlilll R 1 TAT1U A valuation of .:, ''c is placed on the estate of Clavton arb.-r who died at lo.-hen on July l 4. Tae estate was ottered for probate Thursday m ru ing and den A. I.irk ijualitied as ad nunistrator. There arc hc heirrf. VILLA VIRTUALLY LAYS DOWN MS Orders Unnecessary Hostilities to Cease But Says Mine . Owners Must Pay. Ill, PA'b Texas. Aug. 12. Two in ternationally vital developments arose today in the Mexican situation. Gen. Francisco Villa down his arms, commanders of hostilities. This has practically laid He has ordered .'ill his troops to cease is the tirst devclop- ment. ' nly in case of assaults upon vital strategic positions will 1 ghe combat to the enemy pending peace proceed ings." his orders read. (Jin. Hugh L. droit's visit to the border is known positively to li.i.e hroii directly responsible for Villa's change of plans. The second develop ment is that, while Scott has practi cally persuaded Villa to cease hostili ties, the thief of staff of the Cnited States army has failtd in the second part of his mission. He was to save the interests of for ( ign mining men and merchants in Villa territory. Villa promised Scott that he would indefinitely postpone the meeting in which he would place his ultimatum before the foreign miners. Instead of doing this. Villa a few hours after he left Scott called the meeting and demanded that the min ers pay their labor in his paper and buy their currency from him at the rate of three pesos for a dollar, when the exchange on the bonier fluctuates around loo pesos for a dollar. In other words, Villa wants the American gold, while the Mexican mi ners must he satisfied with his fiat currency. "If you expect me to run my rail roads to get out your bullion you must furnish me with the funds to do it." Villa told the mining operators at the meeting this afternoon. "You must do this by pa.ving your miners in my paper and giving me your gold." One o fthe mining men arose in protest against this, declaring that the miners were given to understand that Gen. .Scott had settled the mining question. v . "Yes. according to the law," snapped Villa, "and 1 make the law. You have heard my demands. Com ply with them or the mines close." ADVANCE CONTINUES DESPITE NEW TROOPS (COXTIXURD FROM PACK OXF.) i " ; : ; ! lf,w4' and M.tith of tho l.tiff river from the direction of Wvszkow The German army under Prince Leopold of Ravaria. that swept east ward from Prega. after capturing Warsaw, is pressing forward and the Russians who made the stand near Kaluszyn, are falling back toward Siedlce. Fierce attacks are being made against the Russian position com manding the bridge head at Wizna, near the junction of the Xarew and Robr rivers. The investment of the fortress of Xovo Georgievsk continues with un abated violence, attacks being launch ed from land and air. The Russian tlefense is reported to be weakening under the vigorous as saults of the Germans. The occupation of the Warsaw-Pc-Irograd line has put Dvinsk in danger and the liu.-sians may he compelled to evacuate the city alonj? with the other strongholds against which the Germans art llusxia. 1 . . driving m northwestern TO KliTl'IiN FRIDAY. The girls of the V. V. ( A., who have been spending a week at Camn as had heen planned. toCflDCIfiM Wft I M I QTCD I v I I i.1 U I I 111 I iU I J I L-l I LIKELY TO RETIRE ; v : i : .. i ... 14 u it h .'3 -1 1 mi x : V i V corruEa vcajagcw. The rtuernent of IR-rr C.ottlieb von JiU'i.w, Corman forcicn minister, irom , j.o.t. oten.-iblv because of 111 n ei ,1. has bcen jKisisientlv ru - Patch s from Hun. oe lUe .:: few , :Kf"-f5J v..- rv. vx:" ;? . v:-. "v.s.. wwjv m J " ' J' vi a v.--. It is v.iid that the:rence st. Wednesday, will be he d Pri- Kaier ishes his reooval because th" failure of tj1(. Au-tr. -Hungarian C'l" to tlo- .-...t-. . . i Mlt tiie e.p,,ri ui war munitions 1 : p 'ri&4 TOMORROW AND SATURDAY. A general clean-up af all summer Millinery TWO BIG LOTS. We have assembled :tll our trimmed hats into 2 lots and will clean ihem all up to morrow and Saturday at 25c and 50c. The trimmings alone are worth more than this low clearance price. Values up to S5.00. Our August Sale of Blankets and Furs is offering the greatest opportunities ever presented in South Bend. Hundreds "are taking advantage of the money-saving bargains offered. Everyday is better than the day before, sales have. been wonderful. Another big lot opened up today. Come in and see them. TEN MORE SHIPS SENT TO BOTTOM Germans Heap Hit: Toll in Sea Haids Teuton Moms lp His Yecl. LONDON, Aug. lL'.-ltonewed activ ity hy German submarines was fol lowed "Wednesday by reports of 10 ships beinff sunk, two of them neu trals. The German auxiliary cruiser Me teor sank the British patrol ship Ram say in the North sea. Pursued by IJritish warships and seeing that es cape was impossible, the commander of the Meteor blew up hte hI. Pour ollieers and "9 men of the Ramsay's crew were saved. Pive offi cers perished. All others aboard the destroyed ships were rescued. TU-" r,n,.i. j i n. 1rt!?toi vessel t lilt" U Ul HUO i .,-. v'.. . - - w . fo;mpy (wmd ,,y tho Hamburg- American line. The Ramsay also was a former mechantman commandeered by the IJritish government at the be ginning of the war. Of the vessels sunk by submarines live were trawlers. The other live were the French bark Francois, the Nor wegian steamer (Jaringcr, the Hritish steamer Oakwood, the Russian bark Raltzer and the Norwegian bark Nor ma t Asteria. Roth the Francois ami Norma sailed from Portland. Oregon, for British ports in March. The Norma tarried M.st7 bushels of grain valued at $131,037. The Praneois had aboard 111.-93 bushels of wheat valued at S17S.070. Roth cargoes were snipped by M. 1 1. .Houser of Portland, Oregon. Two officers were lost with the tor pedo boat destroyer Lynx, sunk, in the North sea by a mine on Monday, ac cording to ah admiralty statement. SOCIAL CENTER TO MEET II. A. Rcrshing; to Aiitlress Clay Town ship Association. II. A. Pershing of this city will be the principal speaiter at the open ing program of the year for the Clay township social center which will bo held Priday niht. Mr. Pen-hire: will give a stereopticon lecture on birds. Pollowing is the program: Song by social center. Piano solo by Marie Haney. Stcreopticon lecture, if. A. Persh ing. Officers elected for the coming year are: Charles Helmen, president; An- thonv Kini:sai"er. vice-president: Rob-1 rt "phaffaul. treasurer, and Krie Masli. secretary. The past year f the social center has been a great success, according to a report made recently, and the intellectual and social view of the communitv has been enlarged. ARRESTED FOR ASSAULT Willie s Who Admitted Deed Will lie Triiil Priday. . , w , Alex Ratz. "14 s. Meade st.. w as arraigned in 'it court Thursday morning lor assault, ana nailery upon; Joe Kovatch. Ill' Iranklin st.. having ben arrest d shortly after his confession on the witness stand that it was he who struck Kovatch instead of Nick Torok. his brother-in-law. Torok was accused by Kovatch. but denied the allegation. Ratz on the witness stand on bthalf of Torok de elared thn he had struck the blow. He will be tried Priday. VICTIM TO BE BURIED I'uneral services for William Cumo- I bell. ne?r . no u ;ts snot iv n s wne I in a fiuirrel at their home 11 Liw- oftdav mornin--; at 1 0 : .'P) o'clock frm the Jones' ehapci. The services .ill be - i . .tir'-r if the coloretl Knights of l'ithia: New Fall Millinery Arrived direct from the fashion center, that came with the summer sees no waning accorded The Soft-brimmed Sailor of showing much attention. The Fifth Ave. Shops favor the new Coolie and small close-titling Turbans, especially intended for strictly in formal wear with simple tailored suits. The Quaint Poke is also very noticeable. For Early Fall, felt and satin sport hats in colors to match the sweaters Our Early Fall Showing is Complete. NEW FALL SKIRTS. Hundreds of new fall skirts arrived, new models never before shown. BEAUTIFUL TAILORED SKIRTS AT $5.95. Taffetas, Poplins, Serges, Chuddah, all complete in variety in navy and black, showing many pretty effects in braid trimmings and tancv belted. EXTRA LARGE SIZE SKIRTS AT $10.00. New models specially designed for large sizes. Made in Chuddah Cloth and Poplins with side pleats, fancy yokes or plain tailored. FANCY SKIRTS IN FAILLE AT $10.00 AND $12.50. Most beautiful designs of plaids and Roman striped Silks, box pleated, accordian pleated and tiered, fancy girdles and braid trimmings, also black Chuddah in fancy model effects. SOME SAY HE'S THE REAL OLIVER OSBORNE XPYV YORK, Aug. 12. The mys terious "Oliver Osborne" who figured in the sut brought by Rae Tanzer against former 1 ist. Atty. James V. Osborne is apain in the limelight. Sev eral of the parties in the case have identified Herbert P. (Jerry, ranch man, private detective, soldier of for tune, and exile from Roston, as the kissing Oliver. Others say that he. bears no resemblance to the missing I t- i- i i . ...f man, w no nas oeen soium auer ever since the case was opened. ATTACK TORPEDO BOATS PARIS. Auer. l.'.AA flotilla of Ger man destroyers, making a dash from Ostend. tried to attack the Prench torpedo boats patrolling tho -oast. but were driven back by tho hot fire of the allies' land battcrre?. says a dispatch from Imnkirk. vin: asks ixk divoikt:. Clara P. Elmore petitioned the su- ! perior court Thursday afternoon to : grant her a divorce from otto P. PI- I more. The petitioner says that ihey 1 were maried in 1909 and separated in . 1914 and that during the most of that time she had to work as a tele-! phone operator in order to support herself. run (.() livh stock. PNTON STM'K VA1IRS. III.. Aw- VI. R M;S Ibi eij.t. 14.om; in irkft. ?-l u.l !!::jde liigiier; mixed iit.il !.i:te!i,rs. .;.4" ' ;-7.NJ; good lienvv. .'."n sl.Sr, rwga , !iriivv. jt.;.::o $1:4 r. - li-'ir. st ic., s;V, 1.1 ! j ,;.7GS7.'.t; lodk. s;.7e';;7.;:o. . 1 1 1.1. 1;- -eipt-. ...mm; laarket. sn-.-elv leve. SU.t'fl ?tt.L. : .e., iin.l ...if,.r. .v.i lu ''jy-UO; texans. f5.44K;S..oij; ralvt". s7.7"' lb "!'. " SRi:i:pi:r eipts. lieoo: market. ! (l l".- !n,r: ii;itive and western. .'; sc,.7 ; lambs, -7.0j'V.sr,. CHICAGO CHAIN. Tl!i;.m. in. Aug. Pi:MNt;: U'Rp t yiAy .i.i:;i. si.l: ; iee. ?! f.' tit -e; Sept. ?l.li ia i.e. UN M.iv ''' t. 7" "i-'; Ree. eJi 'A I S - Re.-. H"r,j u Sej.t. 41 4. 1 ' K k - t. LAl.'R s-j t. 7'.7. LR'.S-'.'et. 5'J.P. CLSL: v. ;ii:.t - m..v Ji.i.p, ; s Re S.i4. "1 lf N M.i v ;'v..-; s.'pt li'i . : A , . . . (' ! " :r-:i:: V f X i ' ' MARKETS pt. si-nv-; ibiti1,'-: Rte. 5n.i'). nA'lS -.M.iv i:; ; Sej.t. 4' ioi:K s-;it. lloG; t tot. The big hats in the favor black and navv velvet is whit e. and will be all the ra O' .bin. jss.-jt : KIl'.S-Sej.t. s.!7 Se;t. $S.Ml ; S'S.tCi. t. .v.1 FAST III 'ITAI.O LlVi! STOCK. PAST I IP P PA I. . N. V.. Aug. 1.'. FA'l - id: --KetvijUs ' ' hr.o! : market a n tl steady; jrinie steers sa.'iO 6 ;;.", ; but. elier gr.-oles .,. ." u,j s.7.". 'AIA'liS Ile. eiptH "'."i lie.ol : in irket re live. .V higher; cell to e).ie .."'. p sif:i:p am lamps ib-.i,t - Iieatl: lu.irkrt. Motive. l;iiub !ig!-'": lmi. e liitniis .?: .V. -. t.7" : nil to f.dr ve:iriing- s7-';s: !ie 7. IP MiS I.'ei -eij ts 4..Vn; iii.n ket ;e tiv l stendy: VorkTs .7.,.',r s ; pigs Ss: mix"! S7.."er,; 7.SO ; !:.; v 7.'S'jA); reuglis $."... fti; .stags N-'iij ,"'.". TOLIillO GKAIN. Tnl.r.RO. .. Aug. V ri.tisi:: WRliAT e;ill SI. P.O .; S. jit. Jl.lc, 4: Re-. M.1P. ':sh s.-; Sept. Me; I to.-. OATS -C;is!i old f.Je; new ,W; hl,r; Iee. -I4-. ri(tvi:ilSi:i:r Primo J1sh Ssft; .0.P: Ree. .t'.HlO. ALSIKi:--Aug. ?..:): Sept. to. TIMOTHY- Prime. )(h and nnd S'.-T1-: o.-t. .::.07-a: Mareh .::.' i. e.;U'-. S i-t. ; i . t ; t PITTSIR KGII LlVi: STOCK. IMTTSIiPKiiH. Pa.. Aug. PJ. 'ATTI.I --Supply li:rht: i!i.ir!;et t ady ; ehu'n-p drU.'Tt; ' rim.' .;'' .Vi ; g.m. ?v .".".'; v. 7.-, tb'y ltnt'-l.i-rs Sv.'i'i',;'.",; f;,j,- S7.2-'f eoiin'HiiJ l7; entn 111011 To gend f ; 1 1 bull S7,fiJ 7.1!." : erilllllioii In tTiil f;it eOWt (il: 1 eifeis s.7."o . vro : veal tiilves sll.r.f (ll : heavv ;iiul t hin calves '.';!. SIIP.l.P ANH LAMPS Supply light: market slow: prime wethers Si;.Vei c,.7." good mixed sO-L'-'f .." ; fair mied r.r.o' i.P: euJP-t siml i oTioii'ui yj' t ; l iml'S .'. ..( Oj'X IPMJS he.tipls p d!il-e deks: nwr Let higher: prime heavy lmf- S7.'J-"'7 7.:."e m (liuiii .vs.pic,; s.p, ; heavy Terkei-s .!"; ligid Yorkers ."?.li's.i.""i; pjg svp di ; heavy roughs s.. i c, ',f.,r, ; iui.el .7."'O'.;7.70. SOUTH BEND MARKETS POULTRY AM) MEATS. (Corretteil Daily hy Jimmlf Markrt. Hi W. Jefferson IlUd.) I'OI'LTIIV Paving VJ. p.Ilir.g 10-. Sl'lRNGPIbS-p.iving I'i. nel'driff 3' VEAL laying lg'j. sr!l!r-g i;.V. IU:i:i' Uo: t 2T, b dlins U, portprLoi: ?Qll0. slrhdn r.(-. HAM Selling LA It I Selliag p. OLI CIIiLlvL.N.S I'jyilJS li'i, flii-S siiLDS. (Corrected Daily by lYarner Store. 114 '. Hjn TIMOTHY-! per bu. KPI I.T.OVKR- $7i:. A 1,1'A L 1 "A slO..-,o. AL.siKi; CLuYhi: -foio Hrr,. Si.) 5m1 PKOV?SlON. (Corrrrted . ailv by I. W. Mueller. 211 V.. .IrSrrnoa IJIvl.) ITILTT -(r.ir.i:. rer 12.?': fn at Itt.-fU. fie.- (b.z. ; rr-:o:i, per r.i.o, 8"i!:i!g a' .".ei; i'r d... ; banan.--, j:r tii!!-h. .1.7.". s-iii:;g at ''j'1'jz er ! . VL;iTAPLi:s .xc'.v -ald:iire, paying 1 Vi: per 1!... s. :ii i ;:c; n w p jtatoes, t- . lng at rr . .JPTTPi: ANR :;;s-c-.urdry butt' r. i;t ing -'' x -"". s I.i! g butter. :.nyi::g 1'. -i!:ni -A-: ere.i n.' rr g?s. tri. t- ly fresL, pavn: L, peiiiuj; 14;. HAY. STItAW ANT) lTF.I). (Corre-te! Iaily by tti Uley Millrr 1 lour and J ml ( o., 420 S. Mirl)lKan M.) NLW RAV Paring 512. galling at J13 17. j S'lT.AW-I'Kig WU sell!-? at ?0 and ! oO- j'-r bale. C iKN I.T.vir;g (. riling at ST. '-j IJATS -PnAi.-ig 47e. s.-ibiig at J'j'"' Lmt:h fhill) -l'a villi? f .-lhi: TIMM i IIV- S- bing 4. ALFALFA .Moat aa a. rowa, so'Ml at Jll.oo ALSIKi: CLOVEi: Selling at $10. TLOLK AND PEER. (Correetrd Iaib by Knobloek and Glnz. Ilrtiraotle Ai ) VRi:AT--r.iv!:: $1.05. OATS I'avlr.g 4 v. -Ilir.g t'tKN Paying V", Belling Oo. KVL Pavb-ig sse. LIVE SsTOCK. (CorTeeted Daily by .Major IJrr. LflflD St.) RLAVY l'AT STi;t.i: Fair Ci '''"': prim? GV't7t. tj g'Ui J ! m ;s I'm p.s. up. '17.Vd7.ii. LA.MliS Lie 0';7. vireSed lPiif, TALLOW ..Nil HIUF.s. CrrH-tel Iailv hy s. v Uppman, tlO N. Main M.) 1 ALLoW- lb ng!i 1:;. r. nb re J No. L 4M. N. 'J-ib. 1IIDL.S Lreea .No. 1, b'i; .