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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : TUESDAY , AUGUST 10 , 1886 ,
Strenuous ntTorts Itolnc Mntlo to
Mtid Haddock' * Murderers.
ftiovx CITV , la. , August 0. [ Special Tele-
grain to the UKK. ] The Haddock coroner's
jury hni not M yet rendered a verdict , but Is
still taking testimony and prosecuting the
most searching investigation , The citizens'
coininittco now having sufficient funds on
hand adopted a plnn of action , the paJtlcu *
Inrs of which am necessarily kcnt secret.
The Law and Older Icatnio has placed the In
vestigation of crlnio in coed hands. The
ofllcors ait1 dolnz considerable detective work
BO that many Independent Invcstlifations arc
going on , all tending In the snmo dlicctlon
so that tlio public It compelled to content
Itself ith the k mm I nice that evervthliitf
possible IslK'Inc done to not at thf bottom of
the whole matter nnd lind the assassins.
Suicide or an town Mnn.
riiifjAni.MMitA , August U. [ Special Tele-
cram to the lliiK.J Last c\cnlil ( , ' a well-
dieswd unknown man , about thlrty-ihe years
ol age , called at the Valentino lodging house ,
corner of Second and Union , and was as-
ftljrncd a room. Heforo coins up stairs ho
wrote a letter nnd R postal card. Jlutiuulng
In a fcwinomenlshi ) told the clerk he wanted
to be called at 500 ; In the inornlntr. After
gamin K his room Iiu shot himself In the head ,
Ijnut Instantly. Tim letter wiltten was
aireclfd to I , . Thomnson , Unltea States 10-
eplvlng shlii St. I.ouU , navy yard , League
island. I'n. The postal eard was directed to
Miss Miiry Jlocan. 1'ilmrose , Leo county ,
Iowa , and roads "When yon get this 1 will bo
dead. Your brother , John llo an. "
A Memorial to tlio Martyr.
Ut'iii.tNOTox , la. , August 0. > tomorlal
Borvlces weio held lieio at the VhhtMiithodlst
church for the Kev. George 0. Haddock.
former pastor of the church , who was mur
dered at Sioux City , la. Two hundred dollars
lars were subscribed for the bcnellt of the
A. Brakesman Crushed.
KOIIT Down : , la. , August 0. [ Special
Telegram to the UKI : . ] Victor Nelson , aged
22 , assistant braUcman in the Illinois Central
yards , was run over last night. Ills hip was
dislocated , hid leg broken near the thigh and
his feet badly crushed , lie will not recover.
Grain Elevator Hurtled.
AVOCA , la. , August 9. [ Special Telegram
to the Hr.E.I Hancock's elevator , contain
ing 8,000 bushels of gialn , was binned last
night nt Oakland. ThuAvoca lire depart
ment responded to the call for help and con-
lined tlio Ilro to the elevator. The loss on
the building miipiiius to SO.OOO. The cause is
J0(1 | IlltllH Plllplt.
AKITA , ta. , August 9. [ Special Telegram
to the Uui : . | licv. A. A. Whitman foil dead
In the pulpit of the Congreeatlonnl church
lero | j estorday morning while preaching.
THE SPOUTING WOIUjD.
Tlio Uaso Hall Record.
AT Nuw YOIIK
Detroit . 0 00101000 2
Jfew York . 1 000 13 0000 3
First base hits Detroit 4. New York -4.
Krrors Detroit 3 , New lork 0. Umpire.
Cincinnati . -I 0100020 * 7
Brooklyn . 0 1 100000 o a
Pitchers MIMnns and llarklns. i-'hst base
bits ( Jlnclnimti 10. llrooklvn 5. TCirors
Cincinnati : i , llrooklyn . Umpire , Walsh.
1'ittsburg . 'J 0020000 : t 7
lialtlrnoro . 0 00030000 a
Pitchers Xoiris and KllroFirst
base hits 1'ittsburg M , Haltlmorc 0. Terrors
I'lttsburgU , Baltimore 0. Umpire-Kelly.
"Washington . 0 00002010 3
St. houis . 3 0110003 * IS
FrmrV base lilts Washington 4 , St. Louis It
Galfnoy.'usllln8ton 1S' S * ' Louis 8 > Ulullro )
AT LoUISVlUiK ' " '
J.OUisvillO . 3 00000202 C
Metropolitans. . . 0
First base hits Louisville 0. Metropolitans
7. hrrms-LouisvIlIo 0 , Metropolitans 1.
Kansas City. . 0 o
Uoston . 0 4
I'ltchers Jladhoiirn and Whitney. First
base hits Uoston 0 , Kansas City 10.
I'.rrois Bobton.8 , Kansas City 0. Umpire
Philadelphia . 0 0 12
Chicago . o 00000001 1
Pitchers Cnsov , Cl.irkson and Hyan. First
base hits 1'hlhuielphia 14 , Chicago r > . Errors
Philadelphia 8 , Chicago 11. Uiupue
nt the Spring.
SAUATOOA , N. Y. , August 9. Weather
clear and warm ; attendance fair and track
Purse , for two-year-olds , live-eighths inllo :
Rebellion won , Cora L. second , Bradburn
third. Time 1:05. :
Purse , for all axes , one and one-elehths
miles : Boss won , TomnsI sicon 1 , Alt Es-
tell third. Timi' 1:57. :
1'iirso , for tlueo-yeav-old miles , ono mlle
and seventy yards : Amulet won. Jennie U.
second , Santa Anita Hello third. Time 1:48. :
Owners' handicap : Swift won , Lady May-
ward second , J I in Douglass third. Time
'Purso , one and throe-sixteenth miles ; Mid
dlesex won , Monogram second. X.amora
third. Tune 2:07. : Mutuals paid JJ''OJ.SO.
Rutinlni ; on tlio Itcnch.
BmOHTON DKACH , August 0. For beaten
hones , three-fonrtlis niiio : Bay llcbel won ,
Lulu sccoiul , Pat Daly third. Time 1:10. :
Purse , seven-eighths mllo' : Montauk won ,
Aleck Ament second , Buccaneer" third.
Tlmo l : !
Selling jini-se , seven-eighths mlle : Florence
M. won , Woodllowcr second , Belle B. third.
Time i:3i : Malaria came In second , but
was disqualified for fouling Woodtlower nt
I'uiso for tinee-yoar olds , mlle : Voucher
won , llichtield second , Dahablah third.
LOOKING FOll OI.iA.iM OWNI3U8.
Publication 11C thn Nnmon or the
ClorltH Who Are In JJnbt.
WAsiriNdTON , August ! > . [ Special Tele
gram to the UKK. ! The treasury department
will soon'publlsh In book form n list of all
moneys duo to nnd unclaimed by private In
dividuals since the foundation of the govern
ment. The amount aggregates more than
31.000.WX ) , anil as the sums duo particular In
dividuals are usually not largo tlio list will bo
n long ono , U h i hithm to been tlio policy
of the tioasuiy department to give no information
mation whatever concerning claims or
moneys duo from the government , but the re
gister of the treasury ha.s succoedcd In mak
ing a change to this extent Of conrsoslvlng
this Information can do no haun whatever
to the government and really belongs to the
imbue , and It btrango that such alibi has not
lioeu published befoio. It looks as If old
foggy Ideas were gradually being abandoned
In the tioasury.
Money Hold tlio ItilU II a ok.
WAsnixf.xos , August 0 , [ Special Tele
gram to thu IlKitJ It Is probable that the
potent jobs of tlio session have been these
which have iiioventud legislation on land
forfeiture hills. The Tactile railroads hau >
millions and millions of acres ami tens of
millions of dollars at stake In the.se lands
nnd can afford to spend largo sums of money
to prevent 1li passage ( it bills forfeiting
tliR&o lands. This they have done , ns Is easy
to tm seen. Dills forfeiting over one hundred
millions of acres nf lauds , which oiuht to
have bcon passed long ago , htlll remain on
thu calendar , to tlio Intense batlsfactton of
Iho railroads. *
At Macon , Mo. , Mrs , Idn Graves ,
younjj widow , dau-jhUT of Rev. Thomtis
AVilcntt , Methodist minllor. ulopod with
n reformed jjamblor mimed Forrest , who
lind been conducting revival meetings In
< * er ftithor'a church.
TALL TALKING ABOUT TILDEN ,
Omaha Democrats Lament the Loss of Their
Party's Leader ,
THE FIRE AT THE FAIR GROUNDS
A Justice Asinultoil Two Huim\vnr
Accldont-1 Cnticht by the Heels
The KxpoHltiou Nclljjh'd
AYntits Minor .Mnttcr.s.
iK Alinut Tllilcn.
At 8:110 : o'clock last evening about two
hundred representatives of Omaha dem
ocracy assembled nt lloyd's oporn hoii o
to itiko some formal notion in honoring
tlio memory of the departed leader of
their party , Samuel .1. Tildon. The meet-
inj ; wns called to order by C. H. IJrown ,
who noinlnutcdJudge Savage for chair
man. The nomination beinc : ratified ,
Judge1 Savage stcpiied forwatd and de
livered a brief address in adulation of
the departed Icadur. Tildon held but
few publiu ollices iindyot hia death cre
ates a void in the ranks of democrats
and patriots that , it will not bo easy' to
fill. He paid : i high tribute to the ability
of Air. Tilden as a lawyer , and compared
him iu his thoroughness of preparation
and clearness of expression to
Jcflerson , Ho also referred to
Mr. Tilden'a magnanimity in averting
n civil war in 1870 by submitting to the
decision of the electoral commission that
gave Hayes the presidency.
At the close of Judge Savngo's address
the organization of thu meeting was
completed bv the selection of II.V. .
Yatus , Hichafd Kitchen , J. A. Cruiprhtou
and C. S. Montgomery as vice prosiilents
and A. C. Wakoly as secretary.
J. M. Wqolworth , Es < | . , then delivered
tm admirably written estimate
of the character of the "truly
great American , who did not in
herit his name , but made it. "
llu said : "Samuel J. Tilden was a
splendid illustration of American so-
ctoty. Ho was not an heir to sin historic
name , but ho made his name more than
historic. He did not inherit the vast es
tates of tin English baron , but ho gatli-
erod for hiniselt vast wealth , and , what
is more , the rovonmce of the peoplo. Ho
was u .scholar , a lawyer , a statesman , a
noble man. lie mastered the literature
and the science of tlicso days of ample
learning and various invention and keen
discovery. Ho knew the varied and
mighty ways of the human intellect , as
written in the thousands o volumes
winch lined the walls of his library ,
and in graceful words and copious
diction ho traced them to the du-
liglit of men of letters. His
audrosscs on occasions of literary festiv
ity wore the joy , if not the envy , of schol
ars whose lives wore given to such ac
complishments.fc " Wisdom was his ; but
the gentle graces of scholarship were
also Ids. But tliesu were the incidmits of
his life ; Ins work was in the law.and hero
his greatness was unmeasured. The
keenness and comprehension of bis view ,
the skill and contrivance ot _ his strategy ,
and the prescience of his vision , were
thu marvels of his peers.
Ho was not a great advocate , but ho was
the higher advocacy of intellectual might.
The annals of American jurisprudence
are illustrated by no doctrine of farther
reaching application , and mprq benefi
cent service , than that of thu jurisdiction
of the federal courts over the great rail
road corporations of the country ; and his
sprvico was pre-eminent m its elucida
tion and development. * * *
You know him most in the majestic
uhuftiutbr ? f a utatoaiuan ; Mild hero ho
ranks with the kings and nobles of the
human intellect who have mastered peoples
ples and directed the progress of the race.
Reform was his watchword , and he
wrested from utter disorganization , lirst ,
the aflairs of his city and then the affairs
of his state. And they who had rioted in
thu public funds and wrought ruin with
the public interests , wcro fugitives from
justice or inmates of the prison , or the
outcasts of society. His arm hurled the
tliundnrbolt that shattered the whole
system of political mischief and purified
the atmosphere , so that ouco again good
men breathed freely. "
George . Doane followed Mr. Woolworth -
worth in paying a tribute to the ability of
Mr. Tilden as a lawyer , scholar , states
man and man.
Letters were read from Judge Wakoly
and Mayor fioyii expressing tneir regret
at not being able to attend the meeting.
The committee appointed for the pur
pose then presented the following :
Ho It ic.solved by the citizens of Douglas
county In meeting asseiublod :
1. That it was vlth a fccmtimont of the
most profound emotions ot sorrow that wo
heard the announcement of the death ot
Samuel J. Tilden. That wo deeply tloploro
ttie removal from this world of such a life of
usefulness and honor. To lose such iv man
is no common calamity to a world , It only
becomes ns to submit with all reverence 'to '
Him who "makcthdarkness his pavilion. "
a. That with patriotic pride we do and
shall always ruvuiu thn lifo of our great de-
imrted , a man of undoubted patriotism , un-
ilimlliiiig and uncompromising integrity , a
leader nnd a statesman , not only
among n party but among a people
ple , for over half a century a
prominent actor In state and national pol
itics. Always true , always pine and up-
rluht. After alone unit useful life ho bos
traveled to the end of his journey , nnd car
ried with him to thu grave an liicieasing
wniulit of honor.
3. That wo , not only as members of a meat
paity , but as citizens without respect to
paity , honor the mommy ttt a man who was
tine ; ono who , in sagacity and foicthoimht ,
was pre-eminent among modnrn statesmen ;
one \vh. by tlio simple majesty of his vlitue ,
these who sought to enrich tlmmsclvcs at the
expense of a great slain , suxid abashed and
confounded. That in his IH'o ho "completed
n monument more lasting than bias * , and
mom huhllmn than the regal elevation
of pyramids , uhleli neither mo
Innumerable succession of years , nor the
Hlghl of seasons shall bo abln to demolish.1'
A.s n statesman , always great and unsulhsh ,
in pilvatn lifoptuo , asn cltbon patriotic , n.s
u man miiunamoiiH , as n frltmd modest nnd
true. Such brightness , the daikness of the
ginvi1 cannot obscure.
Hucli N HIP memory of the man , whoso departure -
parturo svn deplore , but whoso spotltos ex-
EUllplO Mill liVC.S.
The resolutions worn adopted and , the
other apuukcra who were billed to appear
not being present , thu muntlug adjourned.
A DKADIA : noi/r.
Klxht Horses DoHtrnyoit by a Htroko
orLljihtnliiK Ycsrnrduy Morning.
Yostenhiy morning at 1:00 o'clock ono of
Ilia stnblus nn the fairgrounds was struck
by lightning and set cm lire and inside of
half an hour was reduced to ashes , eight
horses and n largo quantity of hay nso !
Iraing destroyed. The , ennui bolt struck uml
killed a two year-old colt , which was in
the Hold surrounded by thu race course.
The Humes buniod brightly nnd rap
idly and attracted the attention of Ofllcor
Jaspcrson , who notified engine company
No. I , and fromtholrhousa on thecornar
of Twentieth and I/.ard streets , an alarm
was turned In frpin box No. 31. The
rurt was driven to iho tire , but , owing to
the diitanct > unit tin ; HOft roads , the build
ing was buyond relief when the sootio
iv as rciK'hcd. Heshius. thn nearest hy-
.Irani was on Sixteenth street , nearly ti
quarter of .t mlle away , and the cart ilkl
not hitvu enough hose to make the con
The barn was A frame structure thirty-
> lv by otiu hundred foot. It contained
L\r.iily : toi\sof , hay , about QUO hundred
Imahthi of outs and sixteen head of
'mi-sen. ' Of the latter , eight were sared ,
.ht > riiinulning onus bcimr burned to crisp
In The tlnmcs. The animals .saved wore
Annie T. and Lucy ; D , belonging to Mr.
Dillon , of North rlatto ; Little Tom , Jen
nie Cobb , Mc-Farland , Chas. Caiirfy , nil
the property of Kd. L'yle , of Humboldt.
Mollie Mcuiflroy , owned jointly by Pyln
and J. H. MoSlmno , of this city , and Ned
R. owned by W , C. Hogors.of Springfield ,
Tlio animals burned were the two-
year-old colt , Al Totter , the four-year-
old Tucker , the black threo-yenr-old
marc , Ida C. , and Captain 1' . , all of which
wciv owned by Kd. 1'ylcj Jick Wilde , a
prominent colt , the property of Kd Pylo
mid J. H. McShanc ; also the stallion ,
Little Wilkos. owned by CaPt. O'Malloy ;
Legal Tender , by J. H. MeShano nud
Museolto by luley nnd Dillon
The bolt struck the roof on tlio west
side , about one-third the distances from
the south cud. It instantlv killed Legal
Tender , Tucker and Al 1'otter. All of
tlie o were found dead before the llamcs
had made anv headway.
In the stable at tlio time wcro siv men ,
one of whom. John Simpson , was sleep
ing In a stall but a short distance from
Legal Tender. The shock throw him
violently against the side of the stall and
awoke liim in a very ell'ectivo manner.
Itesidcstho horses , all the harnesses the
barn contained , amounting to about
twenty sets.woro completely destroyed. A
sulky and road wagon belonging to Kd
I'ylo , ami a road wngon belonging to J.
If. McSlmno "wore also burned. John
Simpson , the hostler referred to , lost a
gold watch and $2o in money.
The pony above referred to ns having
been struck by lightning at the same
time , was in the race course enclosure.
He was struck on the head and killed in
stantaneously. He was two-year-old ,
the property of Uobcrt Easson , by whom
ho had been raised.
The hay and oats were turned by Adam
Thompson , the lessee of the barn , and
were not insured. The latter was owned
by the fair association and wns insured
for about sJHOO. So far as could bo ascer
tained , Pylo's horses were Insured , but
for what amount could not bo learned , as
Mr. Pylo went toltumboldt Saturdaj and
had not arrived yesterday morning. He
\vas telegraphed by Mr. rotter and retur
ned yesterday evening None of the other
animals wore insured ! It is dillicult to
compute the loss. All the animals
burned were promising ones. They had
como from fast .stock with excellent pedi
gree , and wore in training for the track.
Kvery 0110 of them gave promise of
future speed , though they were all 5'outig.
As an evidence of this fact , it may bo
stated that J. 11. MeShano informed a
UKK reporter that ho would not take
$ ! 1,00 , ( ) for his interest in the pacing colt
Dick \\ildc. The value of the others jof
course is , perhaps , relatively as great ,
and without at all taking a pros
pective view of their value , the loss
will certainly roach $10,000. This may
bo still further increased , by the fact that
two of the horses , the stallion McKarland
belonging to Pylo , and the brown geld
ing Monte Cristo , a magnificent animal.
the property of ( J. K. Mayne. got away in
the darkness from their rc&cucrs.
Neither had been lound up to a late hour.
Mcltarltind was esteemed very high by
Pylo , and U. E. Mayno places a low esti
mate on Monte Cristo at $2,500. The
loss will also bo increased by the tact
that Ned R. is so badly burned that ho
will have to bo ki.led. Ho is owned by
Kogors , of Sarpy county.
The scene yesterday morn
ing when the UKB reporter
visited the scene , was decidedly
unpleasant. There was nothing of the
building or its fleet occupants but a
smoldering mass of hay , intorminglqd
with the charred and bleeding carcasses
of tlio unfortunate horses.
Kd I'ylo , the heaviest sufferer by the
fire arrived in town lust night from Hum
boldt , at which place he had been tclo-
fraphcd'botlx by Al Potter and Jim -Mp-
hano. Ho stated when spoken to1 b"y a
BEE reporter that ho did not feel very
comfortable over his loss. Ho had iiono
of his horses , indeed none of his har
nesses , wagons , sulkies or breaking out
fits insured. It was therefore a perfect
loss. His horses represented an outlay
of money and labor too dillicult to bo
accurately computed , and being swept
away in a few moments was about as
mucti ns a man of Mr. Pyle's disposition
could withstand and not bq seriously
affected. As nearly as he desired to or
could state , his loss will be between 57,000
and $10.000. His stallion , McFarlund ,
which had escaped from the en
closure , was found yesterday afternoon
down on the bottoms. Ho was
considerably injured and showed by a
number of bites all over his body that ho
had engaged in a venomous light with
doughty pco.r , the stallion CafTrcy , which
animal , however , did not leave the en
closure. Monte Cristo , C. E. Mayno' B
magnificent brown gelding , was also
found on the bottoms and brought back
to more congenial quarters.
W. C. Rogers , of Springfield , Sarpy
county , owner of Ned K , who was res
cued , but in a badly burned condition ,
had not , at last accounts , arrived in
town , although he had been telegraphed.
The men at tlio grounds yesterday did all
they could for the suffering animal. Ono
of his sides was burned badlvwhile the
same side of his head was disfigured m a
shocking manner. JLho sight of both ayes
was lost and ono of Ids orbs seemed lit
erally to Imvo melted in its bockot.
In the _ abscn'co of Mr Rogers the stable
man did not wish to assume the responsi
bility of killing the animal , though
everybody was ot the opinion that if the
horse survived ho would bo maimed nnd
worthless through life. The silence with
which the poor creature suffered educed
much warm sympathy from everybody.
The two-year old pony beloiigimr to
Robert Easson , which wns struck by
lightning in the neighboring pasture , was
buried early in tlio day , arid later the re
maining carcasses were put under
) THIS COUIIT.
A South Omnha Justice lias a Match
With a ijoonl Tough.
Jihitica U'ConncIl's court in South
Omaha was the sconn of a slugging match
yesterday afternoon , which was fought tea
a finish without gloves , rules or any Fal-
lon-0'Unen advertising. The principals
were the court himself and a local slug
ger , named Jim Hltchio. The light was
made without any arrangements , not
oven seconds being on hniKl. It appears
that Kitchlo , who lias the reputation of
being a tough , had a row on Sunday
night and sovondy pounded his opponent ,
Ho was arrested by a constable on n war
rant from Justice O'ConnoU's court nnd
tnktm before his honor for trial vostor-
day afternoon , Ho plead not guilty and
tusked that a number of witnesses
bu summoned in his behalf. The court
granted hid request and hont the consul-
bio out after the tostlfloru. Tlio particu
lars of the next not hnvo not boon made
public. The attention of outsiders was
attracted by sound * of revelry insldu thu
justice shop , ajul these tirol to untur
found thu court and the slugger tangled
up m n lioaj ) on the Door. They worn'
separated and , order having boon restored -
stored , tlio court proceeded to xuntoneo
his assailant to thirty days in the county
jail. Justice O'Connoll elates that us
soon us the con&tablu left tint court room
in hoarch of witncHSQ1) , Ritclda began
abusing Iho court , and finally assaulted
him. Thu court la soinowhut disfigured ,
but is fctill doing business nt the old stand.
Hliouliloi-nnU Ituok Injured ,
Whilp Wyman Ucobo , driver for James
& Son , was near thu B. & M , railroad
company's crossing- Seventeenth street
yesterday ho mot with n very serious ac
cident. The spirited mules ho was driv
ing bocama frightened nnd ran tiwny.
licnbe attempted to hold thorn back by
seizidg tlio bridles. lie was thrown
down and ono of stho hind wheels ot the
wagon passed /over Ida back and
shoulders , causing" x-cVy painful bruises.
The Injured man was , taken to his home ,
corner of Sixteenth and Pioreo sheets.
Dr. J. W. Dysart' wai called and rcn-
"di-rcd nil the nift possible in alleviating
Mr. Hccbo's suffOjrjng , ,
A Scrlt > u $ Aoulifcnt.
Joseph Gnskolh'livhig nt the corner of
Twelfth and Cupjtol jivonuo , met with a
very serlousa ccluenUn a runaway 3'cs-
tcrday afternoon ? Ho was driving down
St. Mary's avcnm\fwhcn his team of
mules became unmanageable and ran
away. In turning ftt the corner of St.
Mnry'n avenue and Nineteenth street Mr ,
( taskcll was thrown from the wagon. Ho
struck on the pavement head lirst and
was knocked houseless , llu was removed
to his home and given prompt medical
attendance. Hu sustalnc'd several severe
seal ) ) cuts , besides being fearfully bruised
about the head and face.
Caught Her Hy the
A young girl , line-looking and well
dressed , boarded the Union Pacific west
bound train at 8 o'clock on Sunday even
ing and astonished the occupants of the
car by going forward nnd taking a seat
in the smoker. Then she took out a cig
arette case and commenced smoking.nnd
and finally drew a black bottle from her
pocket and commenced treating herself.
When the tram reached Columbus she
was beastly drunk nnd made an attempt
to jump from ono of tlio car windows.but
was caught by Mons. Coogan , who was
near her. just as her feet were disappear
ing through the window. She afterwards
made a second attempt to lump from the
car , and had to bo tied down until she
rrochcd her destination. Grand Island.
Her n\nio : was given as Blanche Howard.
The 12.\H > slttoti.
Cnpt. Liningor , manager of the coming
Interstate exposition , reports that ho is
daily in receipt of applications for ex
hibit space in the Exposition building.
The work is progressing finely in every
department. The ladies' committee on
line arts will comnionco soliciting for ex
hibits to-day , although enough works of
aft have already been promised to assure
the success of that part of the exhibit.
Ncllgti "Wants tlio Union PnolJlc.
A delegation of Neligli citizens yester
day called upon General Manager Calla-
way , of the Union Pacific road , with a
view to learn what was the Intent of the
management of that road with reference
to tlio extension of the Albion branch.
The visiUirs comprised Tlios. O'Day , J. J.
Roche , C. O. Harris , N. D. Jackson and
W. E. Kstcs. They were told that the
road was unable to do much in the way
of extensions because of the failure of
congress to pass the relief bill framed
hero sometime ago. Tlio Albion branch ,
they were told would probably be ex
tended as far arfjjiooler \ , but it was
doubtful it it would go ] any farther. Tlio
delegation were arfxions to have the line
extended to thcictown. and that , with
the Sioux City and"St.l''Pnul would give
them a two fold myani of reaching the
the Board ot'Trado Finances.
Secretary Xatlujgtjr has prepared the
following statement of the financial con
dition of the board"of q trade for the six
months ended July 301880 : .
From 143 memberships ; ; , a . $10,35.00
Tiausler fees.u. . , , ft. . . 30.00
Interest. . . . . . . . . . . Hii NJ . 11.20
Assessments of January and April ,
18bO . 1,770.00
Uasement bonds . . . . . . " . " . 9,425.00
First mortgage loan , executed , but
on which no advance has yet been
made the. board. 7 . .r ; . . . . CO.Ooo.OO
Second mprtgapo Joan . 0,000.00
Balance , pain and loss account . 472.59
Total . 891,073.79
Keal estate- . S13.COD.OO
Ofllco expenses . 85VJ5
Salaries . 510.05
Books , Stationery and printing . SO.so
Miscellaneous expenses . 85.K ! )
Building . 11,010.15
Duo boaid account of first mortgage
loan and payable on demand . 00,000.00
Unaccrited interest . 0,000.00
In hands of J. A. WaUclield , tieas-
Ucner.it fund . 220.80
Keal estate fund . 1,520.04
Due from members , account assess
ments . CGG.OO
Duo from sundry individuals and
companies . , . 57.10
Total . $91,073.70 ,
* HcaI estate account shows actual amount
paid for lot. the present valuation ot which
is at least S50.000.
f"t , A Statement Prom IJr. Search.
i QMAHA , August 9. . To the Editor :
With reference to an article published in
your issue of the 7th hist. , under the
caption , "A Medical Shylock , " I beg
leave to say that Michael J. Powers has
not a largo family to support. As a mat
ter-of-fact , this gentleman ( ? ) is a bache
lor. Justice Hclslcy admitted that I was
entitled to a writ of garnislico , but that
ho would not i&sno it unless compelled to
do so by a writ of mandamus from the
district court. The only reason that I
can see for the refusal that Justice Hol-
sloy and M. P. Powers belong to the
same fraternity , and unfortunately for
mo in this ease lam not a member of that
distinguished brotherhood. Respectfully
yours , J. W" . SBAKCJH.
Another Gnmo With
, Tlio Union Pacifies , while smartin
under their defeat at the hands of the
Hastings team OH Sunday , arc.stdl confi
dent that they can beat the Kcds playing
ball , nnd have already arranged for two
return games. These will bo played at
Athletic park on Saturday and Sunday ,
AugustSS and 29. AII
Next Sunday tnojtjiiiou Pacifies will
meet the Lincoln team on the homo
grounds and the Denvprs on August 33.
Two return games with the St. Joe's will
be played here Soproniocr 11 and 13.
1 1" . n '
Inspector Whitlpek issued building per-
mils yesterday -follows ;
Sarah J , Dunham , IK ilory frame
cottage , 17th street , near Leaven-
woith . 81,855
- Slonn.lK story Jmma barn , Cath-
erlno near Mlchiijun . 1,000
Andiew Larson , 1 stoiy frmnocot-
tac , Phil Sheridan sticot , opposite
Pierce . ; . . 800
A. J. Poppleton , 3 story brick , stores
and fiats , noi then n comer nth and
Ilowaid . ' . 18,000
Four permits , ngsjf ashling. , . 8 10,055 ,
Olf to the Iloat Itnoc.
It was evident last night that ( hcru is a
good sprinkling of college men in Omaha ,
for a goodly number took the 5:15 : excur
sion train for the boat race at Lake Mini-
awa. Omaha's fair young ladles wcro
numerously represented ana were un
doubtedly among the most enthusias
tic of all who witnessed the aquatic
sports , _ ,
Dor Doutsclie Club.
Articles of association of the Doutseho
Club Von Omaha were tiled in the county
clerk's oilico yesterday afternoon. The
Incorporates are U , It. Schmidt. J. I.
Omul , Hnmo T/.suliuck , L. Raapkc , Alar
Meyer , Win. Krug , Gcorjro Heiiuroil.
The asphalt paving has been completed
on Capital avenue from Ninth street , to
Contractor Creighton expects to have
the paving of Sixteenth street completed
by the opening of fair week.
Judgu McCulIooh will render dlclsions
to-day In n number of cases that arc pend
ing in his com't ,
Ollicor John Brady wears a b\aok \ eye
ns murk of the reslstancoof arrest offered
by n big corn named Henry Williams ,
who is now serving a jail sentence.
The defendants in the case of the Ma-
spnlo Temple Craft vs. Smith , Kennedy
< &Co. , h.ivo appealed their rase to the
district court from Judge McCulloch's
John Doe was arrested again yester
day. Ho is a Polo this time and Is
charged with having lifted the scalp of
Albert Xoch with a knife in a row on
Thirteenth street yesterday morning.
Secretary of State lloggou spent yes
terday in Omaha.
Thomas Swobo , of the Pacific Hotel
company , wont west last evening.
M. T. IMootorn , agricultural Implement
dealer , ot Humphrey , was on the metrop
olis yesterday ,
Mr. nnd Airs. S. S. Audi Moody leave
to-day fora three week's pleasure trip
through the west.
S. 11. ti'nllnwnv , general malinger ol
the Union Pacl lie and his private secre
tary U. II. Vinton , went to Now York
General Crook nud Lieutenant Kennon ,
ono of his orderlies , left for Fort Urdigur
lust night. Many friends were on hand
to say good bye.
Senator Van Wyek came in from Lin
coln last evening nnd took the overland
on the Union Pacific for Strowsburg.
where ho will speak to-day.
Mips Leon Hawk , of Nebraska Citv ,
and the Misses Lorene and Honnio
Wright , of Hoekport , Mo. , are visiting
Mrs. H. F. Striehling.
Dan Condon , the well known contrac
tor , went out to Columbus hist night. Ho
intends to take up his residence in this
city : is soon as ho can lind a desirable
Pat O'lluncs started on a summer trip
to Washington Yesterday. Finding that
the appropriation bill , which was made n
law br President Cleveland's signature ,
contained some $10,000 for claimants ho
represents. Pat thought U best to go on
and got the drafts. Of the aforesaid
amount $18,000 Is secured for thostato on
account uf Indian depredations.
"PoMofilco changes in Nebraska dur
ing the week ending August 7 , 183S , fur
nished by William Van Vleck , of the post-
office department :
Established Livingston , Cheyenne
county , Mrs. Margarotto J. Livingston ,
Names changed Beaver Creek , Buffalo
county , to Havcnna ; Dimes City , Uawes
county , to Whitney.
Postmasters appointed Amboy , Web
ster county. George W. Baker ; Austin ,
Sherman county , Mrs. Sarah J. Hayes ;
Rayonim. Buffalo county , William A.
Way ; Shamrock , Holt county , Milton
llonick ; Whitney , Dawcs county , Charles
S , Carter.
Discontinued Graft , Ilarlan county.
Postoflico changes in Iowa during the
week ending August 7 , 1880 :
Established BluffCrcok , Monroe coun
ty , Wilbur F. Crowoll. postmaster ; Wau-
poton , Dubuqtie county , William H.Papc ,
Postmasters appointed Beacon , Ma-
haska * county , Mary Salisbury ; Busti ,
Howard county , Jeremiah li. Roche ;
Tarn , Webster coimtv , W. C. Brown )
Tingloy , Ringgold county , John Haver.
At Eagle Rock , Idaho , August 3 , 1880 ,
by Rev. T. M. Stewart , Mr. Robert J.
Hayes aid Miss Mamie R. Wilbur , both
of Eagle Rock , Idaho.
ESHOTICO of ISusincfis
The maker of an accommodation bill
or note that is , one for which he has re
ceived no consideration , having lent his
name or credit for the accommodation of
the holder is as fully bound to nil other
parties as if there were a good considera
No evidence may bo jntroducod to con
tradict or vary a written contract , but
such evidence may be received in order
to explain the contract when it is iu need
Checks or drafts should bo presented
during business hours , but in this coun
try , except in cases of banks , the time ex
tends through the day and evening ,
An oral agreement must bo proved by
evidence. A written agreement proves
itsalf. The law prefers written to oral
evidence , because of its precision.
"Value received" is usually , and should
be , written in a note , but is uot essential.
If not written it is presumed by the law ,
or may bo supplied by proof.
If a note is lost or stolen it docs not re-
Iciiso the maker. Ho must pay it if the
consideration for which it was given and
the account can bo proven.
. If the letter containing the protest of
non-payment be put in the postotlico , any
miscarriage does not effect the party
A note indorsed in blank the name of
the indor&cr only written is transferable
by delivery , the same as if made pnyablo
Each individual in n partnership is
responsible for tlio whole amount of
debts of the firm , except in cases of
An agreement without consideration It
yoldj n note made on Sunday is void ;
contracts made on Sunday cannot bo en
If the drawer of a chock or draft has
changed his residence tlio holder must
use nil reasonable diligonoo to find him.
A note made by a minor is void ; a con
tract made with a minor is void ; a con
tract made with a lunatic is void ,
The time of payment of u. note must
not depend on a contingency. The prom
ise must be absolute ,
An indorsee has a right of action against
all who.sc mimes wore on the bill whim
ho received it.
Notice of protest may bo sent olthor to
the place of business or of residence of
thn party notified.
A note obtained by fraud or from a
person in a state of intoxication cannot
A bill maybe written upon any paper
or substitute for it , either with Ink or
The payee should be distinctly named
In the note , unless it is payable to bearer ,
No consideration is sufficient in law if
it be illegal in its nature ,
Principals are responsible for the nets
of their agents ,
The law compels no one to do impossi
Signatures made with a pencil are good
A receipt for money is not always apn-
Notes boar Interest only w hen stated.
Igiiornucnof the law excuses no one.
It id a fraud to conceal n fraud.
AMeiidan , Conn. , young maa is said
to sehd to the laundry oacu WCCK twenty-
lour pairs of culls and twenty-live col >
There la a fifteen-year-old Boston givl
spending thn summer at North Sutton ,
M. II. , who tips tlio scales at over two
OMAHA , I1I3U OWN.
llnnktiifr Thirteenth in tholilst With
an liiurcnno of Slxty-llvo lcr Cent ,
BOSTON- , August 0.- Special Telegram
to the Hii.J : : The fc. owing table com
piled from special dlsiutchea to the Post ,
fiom the mnnacers of the lending clearing
houses In the United States , shows tlio clear
hiss for the week ondlue Aucust 7 , toRetiici
v lth the Increase or decrease for sainov > ech
of 1SS5 :
Not Included In totals.
The President's Vacation.
\V.\siii.Ncnox. August D. lSpuclal Telo-
cram to the Br.i : . ] It Is announced at the
\Vhlto IloiiM ) this moining that the piosi
dent and Mrs-Clnveland will leave Washing
ton on Tuosd.iy , the 17th Instant , for the
Adlrondaeks , where they juoposo to spem
about a month. They will not visit Mlchluni
as ovprctod , neither will tliey take the lake
trlpcontemplatud. When tliuy jetuiii tiou
the mountains they wllj take up lesldonco a
I'oiest Hill , the imorovemunts ou which wll
be completed by that time. They will i umali
thuio until Into this fall.
JloHgion in Summer.
T. Ie Witt TaliiKigo. in lirooklyi
Majjaxino : It takes nioro grnec'lo bo m
curnest and useful Cliristinii in summer
than in any other season. The very ties
tituto , through lack of fuel and thick
clothing , may lind the winter the tryinir
season , but these comfortably circnm
stanccu tind siinnnerjthe Thormopyliu that
tests their Christian courage and endur
The spring 5s suggcstivo of God am
hcavon. and a resurrection day. That
cyo must bo blind that docs not see God's
footstons in the new grass , and hear his
voice in the call of ttio swallow at the
oaves. In the white blossoms of the or
chards wo find Miffgeiilion of those whoso
robes have boon made white in the blood
of the Lamb. A May morning is a dooi
opening into heaven. So autumn moth
ers a great many moral and religious
suggestions. The season of corn-husk
ing , the gorgeous woods that are be
coming the catafalque of the dead year ,
remind thu dullest of his own fading and
departure. But summer fatiguus ant
weakens , and no man kuops his soul in us
desirable a frame , unless by positive
resolution and especial iinplorations.
Pulpit ahd i > ow often got stupid together ,
and ardent devotion is adjourned tinti !
But who can afford to Jose two months
out of each year , when the months arose
so short and so few ? Ho who stops
religious growth in July and August will
require the next six months to got over
it. Nay , ho never recovers. At the
season when the fields are most full of
leafage and life , lot us not bo lethargic
and stupid. Lot us remember that in
iquity docs not coa&o in summer tune.
She never takes a vacation. The devil
never loaves town. The child of want ,
living up that dark alloy.has not so mueh
fresh air nor sees as many flowers as in
winter time. In cold weather the frost
blossoms on her window pane , and the
snow falls in wreaths in the alley. Gott
pity the wretchedness that pants and
sweats ana fcstnr * and dies on the hot
pavements and in the suffocating collars
of tlio town !
rhe only perfect substitute for Mother's
ml Ilk. Inyaluablo in Chotern Infantum
tu id Teething. A pra-dlgeatod food tor Dys-
nnel Feeding of Infants , mailed iroo.
DOUBBIi. UOODAUi t CO , . Uoiton , Moan.
DBJJXEI , & MAIJI , ,
Successors ta J. O , Jacobs
At the old stnnd , HOT ITarnnmSt. OrJnrg b
trleirinnh solicited ana ( iroinptly attumlua to.
And otb . m BtiiTurlng1 from
- ( CinMttutUnc (
or old Are
itot UteIisurt.il h > Dr.
r Homo's famous KUitro *
Mujrncln ! licit' Ttiuu ancls
In * toi r t"f-\Stat * In the Unlunlia o been uuivu.
clrl.-l V ty irmUntl/fclt. iMionit-rtwirt BoMlO
LIU Whole famiIr ran wear miute hrlt l'\t-ctrl \
iiicnmtrlif frccllhmato \ heItx. Avoid worthlchKlm-
ita uono and bogiin cunutanlua Klcctrlo Tru ca lur
K M iptupc. 70O rurodln'tiO. Hend vtanipforpainphltit *
OB . W. J. HQRNE. INVFNTCR. 101 WABASH /w. / , CHICAGO.
A.t Crtitoii.on-llio-HiiiIfon.N'bw VoiU.Tho Jlnost
locution on the lluJson , mid every nilvantn a
for tburoiiKli uiMrm.-lloii ,
I'rinclpalB , Hiw M. 1' . Iliinln ami Miss C. S.Un-
luiliUI. Jtoforto Jlon , Oou. W. I'lost.
Hpeclnllr IH.IIIIc.l for
Mixlluliml I'ne ,
THE BEST TONIC 1
WASTING DISEASES anil
JB. KDW. L WAJ.MNU , Sur
( Km In Clilrf , Nalluntl ( iuin
of N..lvtiiri | |
"Hy mtrutlnn nil called tc
tour K" ) ! mi .V.ilt WliUkey b )
Jlr. l.nlur , Jmifi ; ! * ! , at TfcnUm
! : ! I lini' UHtl u fro IwtUrj
yitlh firlxltcr eilerlllini any ]
hare titcl , I ft'ii ri-ifiiiimenilfnf
> i > iir milch | u my | < n > cl | : < , ni
tind It r ry tall-factory , "
liMisil * cf EtltU , u
EISNER & EMENDELSON ,
316.318 and 823 Race SL/Piibdilpbia / , Pa.
EVERYTHING TAKES A DROP ,
Chicago Trades in Oercnls nt Lower Prices
Than ou Saturdaj ,
WHEAT THE LARGEST SUFFERER.
No Clrc-nt Amount orTrndlitR In Corn ,
Whllo Oats Moiiiatn Very Dull
Itcnvy Hocplpti Lower
CllIOAOO OIIAIN MAUKKT.
CincAdo , August D. ( Special Telegram to
the HKK.I WHK.VT The wln-nt market
opened where it left off Satuiday , TI' C bi-ing
paid for September , and 78 V for October.
Under moderate ollcrlngs a divllno ol } , ii\o
ensued , followed by a fractional iccou-iy.
September icmalned neatly stationary lor an
hour , and when \lslblosupplyannoiinco- -
mont came at 12 o'clock shaip , September
waslneitly niicharod nt WjC. Duilng the
last hour the mnikrt sold down ? jr , and
closed at inside quotations , vl/ . , 7 : > 4'c tor
September , ? r'e foi October , and noi-dnally
7t ? , jc for Xovoinbcr. The Increase WHS lar-
icer than had been expected , mid as tlio re *
ceiptsiit wc-stcrn imints continue liberal , n
good deal of Investment piopoily came out ot
the hands of discouraged holders. Uoom
traders suddenly shitted to the boar side of
the mailed and helped prices down. During
the last halt hour the market was especially
CORN riiodccicasctn the vislblo supply
of corn was u suiprlso , but tlto elation caused
by the annomicomunt was not sunlclent to
ovorcoma tlio heaviness occasioned by tlio
largo leculpts , pro-iont mid anticipated , and
tlio market ruled weak and low or. The re
ceipts to-day were nearly 700 cars and to-mor
row's postings are expected to bo little shoit
of 1,000 eirs. The opening prices did not
Indicate special weakness , but the close of
the maiket was at a decline ot ; lsi.W ( on the
day. The voliimo ot speculative business
\\uslnrao without belni ; exti.umllnau , but
orders fiom outside \\ero not numerous. The
bulk of selling , sislilo from the opciatlons of
scalpers , was against coin bounht , not much
"sporting" beinz indulged In. The sltoiistest
men aiiKstlll bullish on coin ami their Intlu-
cnco Is being extended totliudlscounigcment
of beai mldlnir.
OATS O.Us were heavy and closed li sO
lower for August and next month's delhcry ,
later montiu mil suffering so gu'.a ; v ilepiuci-
ation. The largo current icccluts have a
depressing ctfcct on the n.aikot . , and as the
an ivals lor some days will tm free , bujcrs
evinced no ansiety to pay the outside Inures
asked b.holileis. . . In iispoculnthe wav , oats
wciodull , topteinbi'ielo.lng at US QaV.
October nt.i V' and May at ; Xc.
Pitovisio.vs l'roxlsions inclined to llrm-
ness early but hold elf later and closed 'JOo
lower tor poik , 'J c lower lor September anil
7'ijc lower tor October lard. Hlbs weie i ola-
tively the strongest article on the list. Tips
to buy wore freely circulated and sparingly
acted on. The last prices for ribs hhow a
vorj slight change in September and none in
Octobei n.seomp.uod with Satuiday.
Criiii , ' : lfi v. si. Septemlior wlic.it , K % ®
TSJi'c mtsTO Wsc : calls , TOffliTU'sc , bep-
tembcrcorn , : 0 sellers ; pntb , M\c sellers :
calls , 4 le.
CHICAGO LjlVB STOCK.
CIIICAOO , August y. [ Special Telegiamto
the BKI : . ] CATII.I : The iccelpts to-day
were comparatively largo and the market
opened In a very "weak-kneed" fnsliion.
Birjeis wcie bidding considerably lower , and
they attempted to "hammer" the maikvt for
alt kinds. Coed fat cattle , however , did not
sell much lower. The gonet.U maiket was
slow and weaker than on last b'tlday , but de
sirable corn-fed cattle sold at about steady
prices. < 5rassy and common cattle or all sorts
sold lOc lower and in some cases could not bo
sold at a greater reduction. Some 1180 ib
corn-fed cattle sold at S ; : , , and a good. many
cattle which tlio owners considered of pretty
decent quality sold below 54.00.
The range cattle offerings to-day wcro
quite liberal , there being nearly
4.000 range cattle hcic , bulug all Southern
TexatiK u.xcept about two train loads. Very
naturally the. market weakened under such a
tun and piieos were about lOc lovterthati
last week ; MB Montana Tcxans , 1OU1 Ibs ,
8UK'J75 ! ) : Colorado Texnns , 1,0)5 ) Ibs , S3.W ) :
' . > OCOWH , 047 Ibs , SS.7B ; IK ) Montana , 1'J-IO Ibs ,
8-J.OO ; 175 Montana , 1 , .3 llw , i > 8.G5.
Jlods Trade was active and prices steady
on iirimo coin led htock. Common , urassy
and skips weui plentiful and slow with thu
turn rather downward. The Uest corn foil
mixed sold at 5j4.7.r > @ * .85 , and best heavy
. H.lK-r'.10 ) ; light , incliiiilnc ; Y < uk soil , Sl.OOaS
4.10 ; grabsyuud skips , ga.85@4,15.
New York. August U. MoNKY On call
loaned up to 8 pot cent. , but general
weio3J < ( * 4. Closed at 4.
PitJMis MIKCANTILI : PAIEU105 per
SrKiir.i.vo jCvniANOK Dull and lower.
Actual rates. S4.8iL' ( ( 4.B tor sixty day
bills and & .lf > XWM tor demand.
( lOVKK.NJtHMS liovernmenta were dull
nnd ( [ notations a shade cosier.
STOCKS There was no news to effect
values In stocks in the caily morning , and.
un iriegular but genenilly .strong market
existed until ufteinoon. Towaid the close
free support was given to the list , but tlio
marKCt closed \\oak at about the lowest iig-
urt'sof the day.
Tlie linul prices of active htocks are invar
iably lower. Jci > ey Central and Omaha
piotoried woo each down one per cent. , and
others fractions , although Minnesota mm St.
Lonls shows a loss of 1 % per cent.
STOCKS ON WA.I.L flTUKKT.
n ccnt bonds. . lOOif 0. & N. W
Clilcaco , August ! . I'Jour Kasy but
unchanged : winter wheat Hour , 34.0va4.10 :
soiitlieinSVJOV , : ( 4.oO ; Wisconsin , Sf4.email@example.com ;
Mlrhlgan soft sprlmr wheat , Si..W ; < H 10 ; Mln-
lesota bakers , fci..VX : < cl.JO ; patents , S4.i0i !
4.00 ; low grades , SI.7 > WJ.75 ; rye Hour , ouiut
it SU.'J.rxa3.W in baiiels , and sa,00fpa.ao in
\Yhcat-Wcakur , closing lo lo\ver than
jntmday owing to the Incicaso of 2,100,000
jushelsln the vlslbhi supply ; August , 74Xc. ;
Stiptomlxir , 75) 0 ! October. 77 * < o : No. ii
spilng , 74K < a75c ; No. a red , 75c.
Coin Weak uml lower ; etsh , WfCH'i e ;
\ugu.st , 4'J5-lOc ; Sujitember. 431-lCo : Octo-
) er , c.
Oiits Ouit'tand easy ; cash , Wa\ \ August ,
J7'J-lio ! ; September , ! iSt-lki ) ( ; October , ' "Jkc.
lini ley ICusy atOlc.
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PoikMn \ - . cash , 8lt.4fii.47K : Huptcm-
ijor , 5'.i.'j2W.i.53 jOctobcr , 8'AiO ® ! . ( J2K.
hard .Steady cash , SO.wao.tfJK'.sSoutcra-
3er. ? 0t ; Octobci , J0.57K.
Hulk Meats -Short ribs steady at S0.20 ;
Iry soltrd shoulders , 80.lOfflO.14 ; short clear
ildes , Sn.nW. < l.fiO.
Hntter ltulcd firmer ; creamery , IW itie ;
tallies , l'2 < < vlij c.
Uhrc e tituutv and unchaiiL'cd ; full cieaiu
: hfdd.irs , 7@7'4 ' : Hats , lU&flifoi youni ;
" " * ' '
- - - -
y.Kus-uk iuc ,
Hides Heavy Kieen salted , 8 ( < JSJ/c : lltfht
Xjjti c ; .luwiujfd. .7Wo ; hull hldeb , Wo :
Iry mltcd. U/wtl ill X IK " > U'A , a.- < _ ; _ dry . . . rn.- Hint . . _ , _ i UjjUc : uaU
iklRs-SWltM-j * . di'aroiH. SOoeach.
Tallow No. country , H QB ; No. 2 , 3ej
CAKf > C ,
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lour , bbis u.oou
Wheat , bit IH.OOO