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THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, THUSDAY, MARCH 16, 1886.
SEDALIA BAZOO Pvaaaer : J. WEST GOGDTOT Or fcl7elUItIITION : paflr, kodadlng Bungay, sun day eotuon, per year. year. WeekW. fit nanben. Mr rear.. vUly, aelirered, 5 -or week 50 1 OO 10 Kt WB DBA LESS ISmlcrlr Mopled at ?S cents per ropy. Ill (NUMcrlptfoae payable la advance, and looatkrued at the end of time paid ior. BOW TO 8KMD MOVST. iemittanccs may be made by draft, money drdec or registered letter, at our risk. Give postoffioe address ia full, including Mate and county, and address J. WEST GOODWII, SEDAU.A, MO. OUR SUNDAY SERMON. !n future he should say, "As je have sown so must ye reap or in other words, a ye have made acco'deons so must you be punished accordingly. Whatever may be the condition of affairs in this city at present, the diff erences of opinion, the jarring dissen sions, the peculiar taking of sides, which marks all mighty movements, the division of households in argu ment, the feeling in business or so ciety, there is one neutral ground where all may meet in harmony to day, in pence and harmony, where the story of Christ's love for mankind is told by the lips of those who be lieve and teach because of believing, and that is in the church of the living God. Go to charch to-day ; forget the hot hearts and hot beads of yester day, let the "old story" sow its sweet ness and parity amid the trivial hatreds, the arrogance, the pride, the scorn, the evil which comes ot the world, and which after all brings no peace, no happiness. Never before in the history of the world has there been such need of religion. Humanity, as a rule, his less care for the immortal soul, for the judgment which is so near, than it has for the flesh and the opinion of its fellows. There are taunts flung at religion, there are sneers hurled at tbe church es, there are revilings for the clergy, but to-day the rock of Hope is on re ligion, the churches are the refuge of the many, and the honest, upright clergy are the best elements of the nation. Go to the church, then. What if the preacher is not interest ing, what if the sermon is full of the vry Yi Hi t nVr;1 Vth Hit dona not com fort, God has said, "Wherever a few are gathered together in my name there am I in the midst." Fellowship with God for one day is a good thing to leaven the othr six and he to whom there is a future, other than merely this earthly existence, will be happier, eye and better, if he will to day attend church. FOR CONGRESS. The B jouville Topic announces John Oosgrwe for representative in congress, and urges that he be named to -succeed Johnny Trim. This is a step in the right direction. Tae Sixth district never had a repre sentative in congress who was more faithfal to his trusts, and who stood by the vital interests of his constituents thua did John Cosg-ove. He should have been returned in 1884, but by the fickleness of politics and by his staying at his post while his competit ors were at home buttonholing and shaking hands with the people, he lost the nomination. For this reason, if none other, he should be nominated and elected in 1886. It now transpires that after all it was not that Bismarck wished to rid himself of the Poles because they were obnoxious to him from either a political or religious standpoint, but because the Poles were almost to a man engaged in the manufactures of an instrument which shuts up and pulls eat, like the new opera hat which is finding favor in the masculine eyes of the country at present, and which is known as the accord eon. Bismarck is growing old and his ears although perhaps a little deaf, are tender and cannot "bear the peculiar swishy screech of t e accord Km. He rather enjoys piano practice, he endures the viol, he aaa bear a jews harp or a boy whistling through an old comb, but even his iron nature cmnot brook the horrors of the accordeon. We shal abuse Bisnmarok no longer. ' The in vector of an accordeon should have beem giilotiaed and the maoufa turecs des rve imprisonment in dun gems, deep and dank and dark. Ban ish oaveat is too light a punishment, too poor an atonement and to the Poles As instance of the remarkable pluck which develops early in some people, it is told of Joseph Dube, aged t irteen, a native Russian, but who for two vears has been a resident of Cincinnati, that he has just paid the entire expenses of his brother, Samuel Dube, aged 9 years, all the way from Russia to this country, and that he saved out of his earnings as an honest bootblack and newsboy the first year he came here, 1200. HeJprojKises to educate his brother and make a great man of him, and it is sate to say that unless something entirely unforeseen occurs, Joseph uill accomplish his object. Whatever may be siad on the other side of the question, there is no doubt that the principles of labor which accomplishes the richest and most fruitful results are honesty, energy, industry and ecoiomy. With this combination, not a man in the country but what is richer than an emperor, and not a lesson in life can accomplish anything unless built upon this foundation. Honesty first, energy next, industry third, and economy fourth, are the best stock .in trade that a boy can have with which o face the world, and the parent who fails to impress this lesson upon his son, and also upon bis daughter, fails in his duty. Sedalia is as dead 1 ow as a smoked herring, and several of the prominent merchants are beginning to inquire about the capacity of the poor house. During these times, when the voice of the sttiker is heard from the lisiug of the sun t the going down of the same, nothing is so cheerful as a big, wide, deep and long river close to a city. Jefferson t'ity Tribune. The strike may for a time make busin ss dull in Sedalia, but even this wi h other added to it could not make Sedalia die. The "remains" in sleepy hollow should "put up" as being alive or else "shut up." "Mardi Gras" in New Orleans was not quite so brilliantly and success fully celebrated, as in former years, this year, owing to the fact that fewer mystic organizations participated. To have made the procession entirely successful, they should have used the St. Louis floats, or, that is, the Mis souri display from tbe exposition buildi g. The mail carrer daily unloads a 0 copy of the Congressional Record at the locked door of the office of the defunct Employes' Journal, in Por ter's block, under Johnny Trim's frank. Mr. Heard is altogether too anxiou io ge the boys on his side. Let him show his hand by writing a letter. France remember- her t rrib'e days when blood flowed like blood in her streets and has no patience with either strikes or strikers Soubrie who or ganized a strike among the iron workers at Dec zeville has heen sen tenc d to four mouths' imprisonment at l ard labor. 18. Against Johnny Trim. Vfksaillks, Mo., March 11, Ed. Bazoo: Allow me to express my highest ap proval for your "paper which is the most pithy practical, and progiossive little daily within my knowledge. 1 sincerely cod ur with our opinion that Hon. John Cosgrove is tbe man to succeed John T. Heard as our Con gressional representative. I belive that Cosgrove is the choice of the Dem ocratic voters of this congressional dis trict. At least, 1 believe that Morgan county will voice this sentiment. "Whoop him up.H Respectfully, M. WASHINGTON. Wherein 3Hm3Kbi nnis icBcr " uSs Does It Profit a Firm TO There is no CHARGE HIGH PRICES AND LOSE ALL THE TRADE? reason why we bhould raise our urices on articles from 5c to 15c. From 10c to 25c From 25c to 60c. From 75c to $1.25. From $2.15 to $3.00. And po on in like proportion ail through our tock -imply because oor com per It or 8 want us to, and kick and tear (Mr hair and get their leg: BUZZ m AWED OFF BECAUSE WE WON'T DO IT. The peoiiiv are with u, und are pleaned wiihour low prices and we shall continue to sell them goods for less money than WAR PRICED mnr chauts can buy them. C3--RJE.A.T WESTERN IOC. STORE, 117 W K-T l IIV PITR EKT, FAYETTE ITEMS. Messrs. Bish Bell and Tom Arm strong spent Sun. lay in St Louis. Miss Mary Worley, of C lumbia, s the guest of Mrs. W. H Smith. Mr. Joel Morris, of Rocheport, was in the city on business Thursday. Five thousand and five hundred dollars is the short lice fund up to date. Mr. I. N. Houck, editor of the Independent, is confined with rheuma tism. Mr. T. M. Elmore, of Huntsville, was in the city several days this week on business. Mr. Geo. S. Goes and family are in Tex-ts, where they will remain for several weeks. Miss Stella Longley, of New Blomfield, Callaway county, is visit ing relatives here. Prof. G M. Smiley, of whose seri ous illness mention was made last week, is slowly convalescing. Mr. W. C. Knaus, our circuit clerk, is happy in his new state. It is a bouncing boy born on the 1 2th. At a meeting held at Richland church, this county, on the 8th, $2, 100 m as subscribed to the short line. The little daughter of Dr. E. R. Hendrix, who has been dangerously ill with scarlet fever, is much im proved. Miss Mattie Robinson returned to her home at Knobno-ter Tuesday, after spending t e winter ber with her Lm vtfacx. Mr. T. A.. Meredith, of Boon ville, was in the city Friday, with a view of locating bis photograph gal lery here. Misses Mattie and Ada Smith left for their homes at Mexico and Woodland vilU. Mo.f on Monday night after visiting relatives here. Rev. Mumpower, presiding elder of the Methodist conference, spent several days here this week with his brother, Prof. T. G. Mum ower. Mr. John Straub, of Moberly, will now make Fayette his home, having taken charge of his saloon here, formerly managed by Mr. Geo. Patrick. The ice cream and cake supper at the home of Mr. Solon Smith Mon day night, netted about $15, which went to the building fund of the Christian church. - James Prosser visited his parents at Brunswick the fir t of the week and while there purchased three ex Mm Hanna Morris, wife of Uncle Samuel Morris, who reside several miles from this city, died very suddenly at her home on Monday night, aged 75 years. She retired in usual health after eating heartily, and at I o'clock was found in a dying con dition. In answej to a letter from Dr. A. W. Moore, of this city, requesting him to lecture here at an early date, Rev. De Witt Talma, re writes t at having an engagement to deliver a lecture at Galesburg, 111., on the 19th, and at Columbia, this state, on the 21st, and that morning will preach at Centenary chapel, thus furnishing our citizens an opportunity of hearing the eminent divine. NEVADA NUGGETS. A Goaslppy Letter From One of the Li vest Towns in the Southwest the strike have beeo at their homes in Joplin, arrived iu the citv to-night i . nuns wriT. mru -fwia A . 1 W.I. ....... v. 1 ... . . . i . . . L , . , , . . . ou.i it Miir. ai uijlc i lueir ijuaruTH. n on the part of bear ..d a a rjnu t there wrr I be general impression, however, dale go itarkei. Chi aoo. M'.rch 12. Bull were aidd '0-day by a little les bearish- IS they have apparently obeyed orders J a iu mm o , omy thinj r and abaudoned the railroad, still keep aynrm at svTc't l? iV'tr t turn when wheat w n ptett str ni. It was not Si m w t i BSBSmi i ... ..... SV T i that any SUCb attempt Will be prompt--duioD tor higher pne- waain a viicue and U'ide-U- ..'r ..i mm U ,t.;UrJ ltl... he,i ort of way, a betier demv.d or rat tier m - " "'"'""o" more raking a oud I hr New York exoorter- Tbia art of u k odi of ma e o- ening for he dar 'tier wss a close surveillance over the vards m' Jh market hsreu post , J. wenkfti- d down to S4tyaft1,-4r but a local -ula- trom a distance and seem prepared tor tiedem trfrssM in and nrmrd the thing up ny emergency that may demand their SE5.WK.1 tLVittSlLT1 presence. The BAZOO Still holds its H gs bad eooderabl to do wi h pe ulati.e val- . m ora n the pit Tola morning at th yard hum pre-eminence as the tavonte paper ot were abom lowe ad mtm io out) head were the people OUtside of home papers, coun,j '"e i orer from yea erday, , . r. r . as prg reapon ed br openta weaker at which are, ot coarse, well patronized, i onfor May, a dechoe of 2 4c. jter itf 1 to as they should be. Of these there is ''olrn'.nd oat were a. feature! as usual s4 at present four, tWO Weeklies and tWO fl beyond coinpartoo, reiy enough traieke- , -r , 1 . 1 .in - uki in enun a ncie io ea'aoiina a margei uauv ano weeKiv ournais. an 01 w - Nevada, Mo., March 12. Cor respondence. Barring the effects of the strike Nevada is perhaps one of the most live towns in the state. Populated by a thrifty, genial and progressive class of people, with two railroads centering in it, it is fast as suming an importance as a business center, that draws to it a large num ber of tradesmen and wealth seekers. Surrounded by a rich and fertile country its resources promise to keep even race with in growth for many years to come and it present metropolitan pretensions in the way of water works, gas works, telephones and other modern improve- mfittfe sums fully warmnlad ty it future pros pec s. One of its latest moves is the introduction of gravel roads, which are equal to any in the countrv. A move is on toot to intro 1 which seem to do a prosperous busi ness. Kansas City, t. Louis and Chicago papers also receive a liberal patronage as do the adj cent county papers and eastern periodicals, the people as a class, being great readers and, as a result, very intelligent. Taken all in all Nevada promises in the very near future to become one of the leading cities of the west and a powerful factor in the development of the vast resources which will some day render this section the eden of the world. Pleasant Green. Pleasant Green, Mo., March 13. Correspondence This little vil lage, situated eighteen miles north of Sedalia, on he M., K. A T. railroad, n Cooper county, numbers about 200 n habitants. Though situated in one of the richest grain countries in A merica and doing a larger business BBSBSl me.: -mrm.m . f :,ur 5 ve tiaiM iu dimensions, Pleasant Green does I MaXS1 FLOUK .Marker was ateady sud unchanged. South rn winter wheat 94 40s4 && ; Wiaronain, 14 u0ts4 66; patent. 4 665 00; for grade. 12 u0-t 50: rye flour. 13 mm Ut; burk wheat fl,ur. t 5- a-4 25 WHEAT-SW ranced: March, Wm, elat ing at DOH ; A . ril 4 I sing t SOS . Ma &HiH cloning atsv4 ; Juue, MaT, clooiug at yV id , No. 2 pring, 8081 ; No. 3 spring, 7374. ' O N al ra' gMi: Caah 3737 : Marek 37 ; A, ril M'jl May 4";-id4ti. cio-in,, at " ' OATS -alea ranged: Caab. 29; March, 28 ; pr 1 29 ; Mav, 32, 3'k. cloainx st it. HYK-Steadr 2, 1. 8 A Kl.fcY liull. ' o. 2. 60 BOXKD MfcAT' Mark t stead an I s ihads signer lry nlted houldera, S3 903 95 ; short rib .idea, S5 'S''5 1; ahott clear aide. S5 40 a5 50 FLAXSKEr-Sieady. No. L II 11. MfeX8 PORK Sai ei ra ued Caah, tlO 15 ; May $10 lUttfio 17', cka ng at fl.i 15 alio 17 ; June flu '7ni 25 cl ing at 10 2210 25 LARU Sa.cs ranged Ca , I 97A4(SjM0u. Mty, H 2 06 c eetns: at sMMfll 05 ; Juue S 07 6 10 WHISKEY Lower at fl 14. BUTT ER Market steady sod unchanged. Jresmery, 23 35.'4 ; dairy, 16A24 EQ 8 Wen a. I2H13. Receipt lour, 8,000: wheat. 23.000; 199.000 ; oatst l000; rve, 4,000; barley. 41,000. blpmenla Flout, 7,000; wheat, 19 fOO : corn, 53.000; oats, 114,000; rye, 8,000; barley, 22,000. (Afternoon board.) WHEAT A shade flrsser at 804 ; March, 33ft.; May. 756: June, 87. CM- April, 20 o n Ar rvttAtnif - d 4 y I'krwaiMMA am tAS)St trMi1.Mirj place in the near future, as it is labor ing under a difficulty peculiarly its duce the electric light, whLh will! own and perhaps without a parallel doubtless prove successful. In the in the history of towns. The diffi nvitter of hotels the city is well sup- j culty grows out of the fact that with THE HOUSE J, AID OFY. Washington, KC, March 1 3. The house assembled and pr ceeded in a body to the sen te chambe where funeral oerem'nies were held ower tbe remains of the late Senator iller, of Calilornia. After retiring the house adjourned. ARMY CHANGES. Major General I 'ope will be placed on th- retired list next Tuesday. It is said that General Terry, who was confirmed as a major general last Thursday, will be assigned to the command of the division plied, there being a number of ex cellent establishments of this kind, chief among which is the Hotel Mitch ell, which is an establishment that would do credit to any city, and its genial landlord, Harry Mitchell, would prove himself a prince among hosts lis auv land. The Rock wood house is also a first-class establish ment with all the latest appliances and luxuries and does an excellent business. Every clas of the mercantile trade is also well represented and liberally patronized, and he coming sea son w 11 witness the establish ment of a larye number of new enterprises and business houses. And other item of impopame is th- cellent roadsters, which arrived here ! new state insane asylum, work upon on Wednesday wnicn win ne punea mis spring anu -Mi Su'die Mormon, who hat in which. J J'tfats Ma j.j fcj i the citv lacks, however, is a fai'tory of ver, returned to-dav (baturd.iy) ac- v- l Vi A. k f, Tk which like all other western cities it is oompanied by her sister, Mrs. John ! , . ... c, r.. 1 barren, notwithstanding it is sur- bnaf oin, of that city. i , i j J nmnded with every material and Mr. John Dkicerson and family, 1 facility for their convenience and suc- who have for some time past been resi- cessful operation. dents of Butler, arrived in the city on Tuesday, and again will make Fayette their home. ar Dr. C. E. Betts was in Boon- ville M nday on a business trip, and The all absorbing topics, however, are the strike and politics. The first has in a manner com- Eletely paralyzed trade for the time eing, while the latter, from the im- UPOBK-Firner . Vare . f 10 OB ; April, 10 17 ; y. $0l?S 'una tlO 23. LAKD-Uuraanged. M lmlm Lav MSoest slarket. St. Locia. M rch IS CATTLE Reipta, 90i ; sbipmesus. market fair 1 7 active aod st ad r ; good to ehotos 'hipping, S4 5 SO ; common to medium 4 US (A4 H j butcher's steers, ffS 254 40 ; c ws sud hetfers, ft 2SdJ3 75 . Blockers and feeders, $3 0 9 2 H HiS Receipts, 2.000; shipments, l,S0t; market steady an ! uochaogd butchers and choiss heavy f4 20414 ; mixed pacing, tl 904 10 : lLhta,3 904 15. SHKLh Receipts, 900 ; shipments, market firm and steady at $3 50 to 5 75. the exception of the forty acres upon which the town is now built, the sur rounding territory in every direction belongs to a cranky individual who long since conceived a grudge against the innocent little burg, and in re venge attempted to shut off its com munication by every route except the railroad, which he could not control and persistently refusing to sell a foot of his property for town lots. The citizens have, however, at . m. : j reai COSI SUCteeueil in opening ae- open.! ahaut etr lay's do in figures and ad- sired county roads through his prem- "nt di? wit haw l . J i i i sustaiD-d. No. t red, caah. 9 ; My 9494) ises, and now occupy their little prem- ci -in st94k; June94asA: eiein't9S. iwx trmwl nn the -twlo nf n. Uven CORN Market very dull but ateady and eloe- ises a gooi jeai on tne style 01 a town inf tt tftout ywte dayN mT No. 2 mixed surrounded by adamante walls, or an 35aa: March, bid; Apruai; aai j r sm Ht Losita Hsrtt.ea St. Locis. March 12 FLnri-rhill and unchanged; XXX fS 00 as Is family, S3 253 cb i.e. St 80443 90; fancy, 4 ' 4 ; extra fancy, t4 0I90; patei.te, S5 io 4J5 4a WMbAT Quel aid generally am Mart M 1 . 1 ocean 01 water, kji course real esutie i oats-Market 31 bid. wss Tery qulft but firm. i vprv hich. and wall occunied owincr ' "alasd. cash, 31 MareL, SOHbid ; May, J . o . : 31 bid RYE Strong at 61 . BtRLEV So m rket H Y Quiet and about unchanged. LEAD steady; refined and chemically hard. It 30. BUTTER Quiet sad uncharged Creamery, ; dairy. I8da26c EGGS Firmer at I0H1H. WHIHKEY H 10 PROVISIONS Market dull and prices ge ally ess er PORK Steady attio 65. I A RO Ea v at SS9 FLAXSEED Steady at It OS. BRAN Steady and u changed, 61 st mill ; 43 sa track CORNMEAL Firm at SI Um 90. WOOL Firm abd a uc hanged ; tab vanned, It i -r hi: a r . a while there atten ed the supner of the meni "' 1 ? "unu3 imow u' .,v u '.v: iw ul - i nouueed as readv to oner themse ves i.1 . 1. VVB.IIt tlUU, 1IC ICUVIISB, . . a , . , , . , "scrumptuous time. D. Wertz, former teacher of our band, was in the city Tuesd y expatiat ing upn the merits of a patent bustle of which he is the inventor. D. is now located in Sedalia. Mrs. J. R. Estill, of Estill, ac companied bv her daughter, Mi.w Cliffie, Mrs. LaForce, of Kansas City, and Mis Rebecca Lewis, of St. Louis, were in the city Monday. Mrs. Judgd Smith and little son Elliott, returned on Tuesday from Sacramento, Cal., where they have been for the past six months, with rel atives. Judge Smith met them at oaciucu vr ins uiuluauu Ul IUC UJVIBIUU 1 ,. of tbe Allan. :c. with headquarter t ! Kan?as City. I 1 .1 J a? v j -i . .i Znr I wU bs ;Z 1 1,16 ?" Mr W- C- Butterfield, of St. major gen rmi will be given co.uruan 1 of T j - . Z . the divisionof the Racine, wiih headquar- Lou,B "justing agent for the Phoenix ters at San Francisco. Insurance company, was in the city aira. t'aoT:ats.a1. Wednesday, and made a satisfactory If you are losing your p in on life, try ttlement with Drace, Bush A Co., "Wells' Health Renewer." Goes dereot to paying them $3,300 for their losses in weak spots. j the recent fire. as vicarious sacrifices on their coun- tries altar, seems likely to paralyze the average p liiician and bis pet can didate in the near future. A heavy rain storm, accompanied by vivid lightning and loud thunder, passed over this section this evening about 6 o'clock, and is hailed as the arbinrer of the close of winter, an event which will certainly please the heart of the farmer as the long con tinued severe weather has prevented any agricultural pursuits and not a single acre of oats has yet been sown, which is an event almost without par allel in the past at this season. It is rumored here to-night that an attempt will be made to resume the running of freight trains from this point to-morrow. One thing which gives color to the report, if indeed it is not the foundation for it, is the fact that the conductor and engineer of the next tr in, which ought to have gone out be fore the interruption, and who since to the large trade the country aflords, and which is of necessity controlled by the few lucky owners of town lots. Chief among these is Dr. J. O. Beck, a former Sedalian, who has a handsome store room filled with one of the largest stocks of general merchandise in Central Mis souri. Dr. Thruston has a handsome drugstore, and with the aid of Dr. O'Brien, supplying the necessary phy sic. There are several other handsome stores and a livery stable, with the usual supply of granaries, blacksmith shops, etc., and the town is quietly waiting for its giant enemy ana mo nopolist to die, in hopes that the dis sensions of his heirs will enable them to extend their limits. MARKETS BY TKLSGrRAPH Mav ToaS, Mareo 12 ON ST Oa call easy at WH par earn. eklME l .HhK Mereanu.e at ss5 par cant. FORRION KXCHAN'Ji. Dull hnt at dj SI fl n for St aara. and 9 89 for demand. STO K The total resorted sales at stock tn-dar war 879,149 enae. (OV KWMr-..N tS Wered'ill sod stead t HTAT& BONO Were fair j sen ee and flm. KAILHOAOS W g-n ally fr ctlon.llr- rhrv- Koura-nn t-a-bal'a Oirs SUeauf 9 vfiaavari ha.. ........ Ht Joa ..... Htock ChtoMt o S Alloc... K A i Laekawana . ........ Kr 'w .... ....... ... L k Shore., vtlaaodrt HartStW. Northwestern . .. , New York Central K ead i ng . nmhmi Kocs lian 1 . ... .. Onion Paeia .. Wn . . t ocS 1 12S .... 1 27 1 24 .. 1 01 . .. i a -a e o ... 1 r 1 ' mm 1 9H 1 0ft ... l s - 1 SAH Wrira OnlMaTolagraph. t4U: anwaahed. 7)24fc: Texas wool, l BULK MfArs Long dear, ftf 00; short flftAs 20. H MS -Stead w, 8 5011 50. BACON Long clear, to 0; short ribs, Sft tli; short dear, 15 Kecolpts Klour. 2,000: wheat. 8.000: eaa... T9.m: oats. 1S.O ; rje, I.0W; barley. S.'OO. hipsBenta Four, &.000; wheat, com, 4.000; oata, t.000; rye, - - ; barley, . i Afternoon board.) WHE T Uncharged CORN Easier and b1jC lower. OATS c lower. caicAgro Lt stweti. Chicago, March 11 The Drutwra' Journal renorta : CATTLE - Receipts, 7.000 shipments, 2,700 ; market steady ; unippiog steers, 950 to IJ0S pound-, 08 905 75 ; ock-r and fe den. t3(MMI4 50; roi. hoi s snd na'ied, t mm 4 0 ; hoik, ft! uu3 20 ; thr ugh Texas, OS 7ftga 4 50. rJ(K8 Reneipta. 10,000; shipments. 8.0: market ateady : roan: and mixed, 08 8544 18 ; pack! on and shipping, 04 I S4 35 ; light wehjbts 3 7tMH t ; skips, 0 float 75. MHEKf Receiota, 4.90 : shipments, 1,500; market sieadr and fur y actlue . natires, ti 264J 5 86 ; rex s, ft 25 44 25. Waws. Mi waa atnk. ww mm teCksalaiOa, w r-nimlB.