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OSWEGO DAILiY TIMES, WBDNBS1U1T
NOK-SUPPORT CHARGED. FULTOK, July 28.—Lloyd Merriam,
26.—Fair Haven met defeat Saturday on the local diamond. who was arrested on a charge of non- Score 13 to 2. battery for Hannibal support preferred by his wife was ar- Adamy and Muryhy. Adamy of pur €MBH0M0M0MMP raigned before Acting City >Judge 8. home Warn is without doubt the best »•»••!t B. Mead in Police Court to-day. The pitcher in the league. —John Slocum, « ! ^ Syracuse, is visiting Fred Stark a t case was adjourned. I SPORTS AND PASTIMES. Iftdeptndents of Fulton Think Hi Would Provt Mrs. Merriam alleges that her hus- North Hannibal,—Mr. and Mrs. Verne Metcalf spent Sunday at Mlnetto the an AttrtcUoa. band has failed to provide for her, acII guests of Mrs. Bena Lyons.—Mrs. O. cording to his wages; in fact that he !•»»•» FULTON, July 27.—The managehas provided nothing for her and 8. Lock wood is at Clayton, K, Y., ment of the Independents is making their child since their marriage a year spending a few weeks with her husan effort to secure Williard Hoagland McGraw is worried. ago. Merriam states that be has of- band, C. S. Lookwood.—Dr. W. S. of Auburn as an attraction at IndeOFFERS FABULOUS SUM FOR fered to do so many times, but that Mackenzie is in Canada and other SOME LOVELY HBAT3 WERE pendent Park next Sunday or the fol- ASSOCIATION ISSUES AN AP The Donlin deal may be off. she seemed to prefer to remain at the Northern points for his summer vacalowing Sunday. Boagland will be PEA.L TO ClTIZENS'^OPENGREAT BROOKLYN PITCH. RUN AT T H E DRIVING home of his mother to living with tion. Murray will not surrender the man* slated to do a walking stunt and to The annual school meetings will be ER—DONLIN DEAL MAY P A R K YESTERJOAY ING SATUBDAT. him. The couple lived together two umpire the baseball game. agerial reins^ held at the various school houses In weeks after being married. The oommittee on membership of The members of the Independent BE OFF. AFTERNOON. town next Tuesday evening, August ITALIANS* O A S S ' A D J O U & N K D . team are making arrangements for Now Muggsy is Dpaking a big bid NKW YORK, July 28.—Manager the Oswgo Municipal Playground asThere was a lar^e and enthusiast 1c 3.—Raymond Cooper and Ralph Stark the holding of a tag day on Saturday FULTON, July 28 —The hearing In expect to attend the summer session crowd at the Driving park yesterday sociation is sending out notices to a for Nap Rucker. JEIls chances of McGraw, of the Glants,U plainly worIn order to raise money to clear up the cases of Tony Rosso, J i m Orego at Cornell University held at North large number 6t the residents of the landing Nap are not very bright. ried by the showing of his team, and and another Italian, who were taken Rose Wednesday, July 28. Practical afternoon and the matinee races were the debt on the new Independent city inviting them to join the associPark and to raise money for the conhe is leaving nothing undone to into custody on charges of assault and demonstrations about orchards will greatly enjoyed. The track was in Well in the midst of the gloom struction of bleachers The attenation and enclosing a card which any attempted robbery upon complaint of be given;—Our station agent, L fine condition. strengthen it* The very fact that he dance at the Sunday games is steadily there's consolation In the return of Tony Fusco, was put over until to- Stoppleben, after several weeks' vacaperson desiring to become a member A good de%l of excitement was agreed to let Mike Donlin go to Philincreasing and the spectators are demorrow. Mathewson to the tiijing line. tion, is again at his office.—Slight & caused when Bert Maxon with Dukemay till out and return to the secreadelphia, in exchange for Magee and manding some place to sit other than Fusco was unable to appear la Son, Oswego, are decorating* the incourt on account of conditions result- terior of the Hannibal Center M. B let, owned at Alexandria Bay and the ground. The young women tary. The notices contain a brief Matty won his fourteenth straight Moren, shows that he wants to get a running at the pole In class A came friends of the players will be out in summary of the objects of the associ- yesterday alter havink be^n out forbetter team, for McGraw has said all ing from a broken arm received In C h u r c h . I; -. : • • ."•• .-. • . : • • , • . • ^ -vtiic attack, Which he alleges his counation and what, it hopes to do for the several d a y s with h | s d a m a g e d fin- along that he would never part with to the right as the three-quarter pole force to sell the tags. The condition of William Dickinnymen made upon htm. Donlin until he reported to the Gichildren of the city and invites the ger; , : • ; . ; • • • • ; . son who has been ill for sometime is was reached crowding Devils Bet BOSTON NATIONALS ants. Iiow, however, that some of WILL HOLD PICNIC. improving.-—The annual festival and with George Lawrence driving and moral and financial support of everyIN HARD SHAPE. body In the ilty. the stockholders of the Philadelphia FULTON, July 28.-^The Women's band concert of the Hannibal Center continued down thq stretch as it is Boston stock is (going up. The club are standing in the way of that Christian Temper at ce Union will hold band will be held Friday evening, July alleged waving his whip. Club li Now lor Sale ind Hay Be Bought The postponed opening of the team under Harry Smith has proved deal, which may fall through Mca picaic at the home of Mrs. E. L .30. The Citizens band of Fulton has lor $275,000. grounds will take place on this com- itself of some class in) the New York Graw has other plans. After a good deal of discussion McClellan in East Broadway at 3 accepted an invitation to attend. A The latest report is that McGraw o'clock Friday afternoon in place of fine program has been arranged and a Starter Thomas Putnam awarded the BOSTON, Mass, JulyJ27.-^TheBos- ing Saturday afternoon and it is hop- series. has offered President Ebbets a the regular July meeting of large crowd is expected.—The town heat to Devils Bet. ton Nationals are for sale. The ed that everybody who canj6ome will "Nap" Ruck* the organization. The women are re- assessors, Miller, Wheeler and Stark, The Chicago Cutis got bumped fabulous sumfor come and see just what a playground Gretchen L . and Jlmmle Mack in, price is 8275.000. The Doveys are er, the great knuckle ball twirlquested to bring their own dishes as have nearly completed the rolls for good by the Rajahs yesterday. Roger's tired of a losing game and are means. Beside the stunts and games er, who struck out sixteen men in the usual the year.—Mrs. Norris Storey of In- the latter having been on the grass anxious to jump their holdings on boys tied up In the ninth by scoring St. Louis game last Saturday. of the children there will be dian Head, Province Saskatchewan, for some time, showed some good the market. v : ./.v.': If McGraw can get Rucker—the Canada, was the recent guest of Hir- heats. In class A, Devils Bet, Gretspeeches by P. W. Cullinan and Dr. three and held the game to a tie unThe stockholders do not like the chances are that he cannot,—he will am Blodgett and other friends about chen L . and Dukelet were entered Plez and a band concert by Phillips' til darkness came in he twelfth. idea of digging down in their pockets pay the Georgia twirler $7,000a year, town. Mrs. Storey will be remem- with the latter out during the last to meet current expenses. bered better as Miss May Biodgett, The Phillies have >een playing bet- together with a bonus of $1,000 If ha Because of its tall end position, the heat, which was a best three of five wins twenty games this season. J U L Y 27.—The Sunday school of daughter of Mr. and Mrs Fred BlodDoplin deal. Murter b%ll since the races. Gretchen won all three heats team is not drawing well enough at the M. E. church will hold its annu- gett formerly of this place. home to pay tha salaries of the playray is trying to hang onto his job. WlUUseNtw Trap. Miss Lulu Adamy has been spend r : : :: : : with Snell driving,covering the heats al picnic Saturday, July 31 at Beach ing part of her vacation in Syracuse, ers. -. ." '' \\/:':- ''---\.- ' :•': r : - ' - ^ - : ' , . '.<•;'; ; At the regular shoot of the Ri?erThose Tigers contihue their winFinancial ruin faces the present Oswego. 'All are cordially Invited to the guest of her father.—The funeral in 2:18t, 2:181 and 2:10i. Eotered in class B were Abdella owners unless they can secure some ning way. The Clevjelands were the side Gun club to-morrow a new trap attend.—Mrs. Leonard McCulloch and of Mrs Eliza Jane Reed, a highly replaying talent which will brace up will be used for the first time. victims yesterday. children, who have been visiting her spected resident of Fairdale, took Chimes and Daniel D., of Minetto. the drooping spirits of the players parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Her- place from her late home where she This was a best two of three heat a n d p u t m o r e g a m e s i n t h e w i n c o l THE LEADING BATTERS. man for several weeks will return had lived more than 40 years, Dr. W. race. Abdella Chimes coming under u m n . ' ; : Swartzmaier, who played on the ' • v " •".;• • ' :' ^ , •••"•^••/r Big Fighter Says He Means Busi this week tu their home in Bowdle, • • MacKeuzie officiated. Burial at the wire first in each heat the best Geneva team in the Empire League Manager Harry Smith has cheered Fairdale. Mrs. Reed is survived by S. D. ness With Johnson. up his men to some extent, but they th Binghamton George Browiw Now of WisUngton 1$ Fourth last season is now being 2:22. u four sons, George, Frank, Richard and Mrs. J . A. Jeffries of St. Joseph, to Atntricaa LM§UO* lack the class" to crawl out of last and won the game f that team from The colt race was an interesting Mo, is the guestof her sister, Mrs; Amos. —James A. Haven is seriously The batting averages of the leading GANDIOrVTES OF MEETING, ill.—Miss Ethel Clark is in Monu- one, with Ciserina and Vivian, two Utica yesterday by mashing out a Florence Walts. Nor are the prospects nattering Mr. and Mrs. C. B . Stewart and zuma, visiting Mrs. Lewis Janes. double and scoring e winning runs. batters of the big leagues show Ty speedy youngsters, entered. The next year. The club treasury is deCobb, the Tiger slugger and Eddie daughter, Mary E . Stewart, of Jersey NOT MINISTER AND pleted to such an extent that the Co nes to New York tram the West former, owned by A. Man warren, City, K. J . ) and Mrs. Ellen Van BurSyracuse surprised the fans yester- Collins, Connie Mack's wonder to stockholders do not feel justiaod I?uts up Bis Money— AGENT TOO. came home first with Vivian close present en of Fulton, were callers in town day by winning from Elmira. This be tied for first place in the American fied in paying fancy prices for the ALBANY, July 28.—As a result of behind. Thursday.—Miss Bessie Duttoa of Wants ffigbt of 20 to speedy boys who would strengthen defeat cost the Elm a chance to gain and Wagner leading the National by Battle Island was the over Sunday adhering to his policy to reject all ayD. D. Long, M. C, Hammnnd and the club. 100 BounJs — Goes on Albany as the Senators lost to the a close margin over Mike Mitchell, plications to transact the business of Daniel Dubois were the Judges. guest of Mrs. William Wadsworth. The Doveys have discovered the v to Carlsbad, except formerly of the Syracuse Stars* Hyatt A special sermon will be preached a life insurance agent Barons. folly of trying to build up from u cast Another matinee will be held within M Sunday morning, August l,to the old from bona fide agents, Superintendent also of the Pirates is the nominal offs" and has beens" other clubs do I July 2^~-True to his people. Rev. T. B. Shepherd of Oj- of Insurance Hotchklss received a a few weeks. The Jersey Skeetirs trounced the leader. George Browne, «fche Oswego not want. promise to post a forfeit to bind bis wego, a, former pastor of this charge, unique letter to-day from an Insur- The results were as follows: A syndicate of Boston sportsmen and is now State Leaguer of ten years ago is Bisons twice yeste; will be present and assist in the ser- ance company protesting against his are seriously considering the proposi- match with Jack Johnson as soon as about ready to crawl out of last place. fourth in the American. The aver.".., ............. ...3 vices. Everyone Is cordially Invited action in declining to grant a certiii- Duoklet—Maxon.. his theatrical season was closed, James H R e t — L a w r e n c e . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 3 tion of purchasing the club. These to be present put the older people are cate to a clergyman. ages follow: business men will expend 150,000 for J . Jeffries, accompanied by Sam BerL l l e c . . . . . . . Cargo's fielding vjras a feature of "Next to preaching the gospel," especially urged to attend. L.-Snell.......... ...........1 l 1 new players. The present policy of ger his manager, arrived in New National League—Hyatt, Pittsr 1st lieat-UnHchan L. 2:20. the Troy-Scran ton ! game yesterday. The annual meeting of the Ladies says the letter "the most godly thing Time. the club will be reversed. All oldDevil's Bet. 2:10. York this morning on the 20th cen- It was the same way ten and eleven burg, .346; Wagner, .339; Mitchell, Aid society is'lbeing held at the cha- is life insurance." Thecoocpany says timers will be released and fast youngpel this afternoon.—Mis* Mary Perry the minister in question has pointed A l ¥ i e l l a C h i m e s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 1 1 sters from the minors will be depend- tury limited from Chicago. years ago when Chi^ covered short for Cincinnati, .325; Clarke, P i t t s , .318; Daniel I ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , , . , 8 2 2 recently visited in the Kingdom, the out in his sermons the benefits of life T i m e , l » L h e a t - 2 : ^ 7 : second h e a t ~ ^ ; r i . He expects to sail within a short the old Oswego tea Hummell, Brooklyn, .312; Jordan, ed upon to put tha Boston Nationals insurance. truest of her uncle, Mr. Frank mil. time either for Carlsbad or MartenBrooklyn, .307; Meyers, N.Y. f .305; In the first division. Class C. "I don't object to ministers preach- ;1lmmlcMackln Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cliff of Osweeo bad, to take the waters. After this ..*....• 3 3 The trade of the hard bitting Bates The Athletics hojpe to regain the Bransfield, Phila,, .296; Lennox, visited friends here Sunday.—Mrs. ing tp their flocks the good to be de- K e v i v a J . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 2 for Pitchers Brown and Ritchie of he will return to America and go Inground lost in the .West by winning Brooklyn, .295; Egan, Cincinnati, SuperinV v l a . . . . . . . . . . ; . . . . . . . . . . . . . . « . i...... 1J John Snavely and children of West rived from insurance," said to training for the fight. lV the Philadelphia club does not set s Wt l i « a t ! 5 : ^ : J8nd h e a t 2 ; a a . Haven, Conu., are visiting relatives tendent Hotchklss to-day, but I do In posting this forfeit of $5,000, the Eastern seriesj. They made a .294; Thomas, Boston, .293; Ellis, St. well with the Boston fans. here.—Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Stewart of strenuously object to ministers It Is said that the club got 13,500 Jeffries, to-day, gave out seven con- good start by taking a double header Louis, .293; Hofman, Chicago, .292; Buffalo recently visited their parents, preaching on insurance and then ?o~ BASEBALL RESULTS. Phelps, St. Louis, .290. to boot. This money came in handy ditions under which he will fight from Washington yesterday. Hcltlng business " Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stewart. Johnson. They are: to pay the players their salaries. American League—-Cobb, Detroit, 1—That Jeffries will defend his Garnet Played In National, American The Dunn Reunion. Bates is-one of the best youog outA Financier. .344; Collins, Athletics, .344- Lajoie, and Eastern Leagues* fielders in the National League. His title as heavy weight champion. CONSTAKTIA, July 27.—-The Dunn The negro, although proverbially im- Cleveland, .342; Browne,Washington, 2-^That they are to fight before NATIONAL LKAOUE, loss will be severely felt. 7 reunion will beheld at E. M. Dunn's At Boston—Boston. T; New York, 4. Outfielder Becker is the only "live the club offering the largest purse. provident, sometimes has his weather .326; Hoffman, St. Louis, .321; Lord, August 13. It is also their 50th anBatteries—Tnckcy HlclUe and Graham; &ANKBRS AND BROKEB8. 3—That the fight is to be from 20 eye open, f one" left. The weakness of the club Boston, .320; Car rig an, Boston, .314: niversary. All relatives are request- •CWinda.11, Wiltse and Members Conaolidated Stock Exchange of Schlel, t> 100 rounds. : A man gave a dime to a young 9ew York and Chicago Board of Trade. ed to be present. Second game—New York. §; Boston, 2. is lamentable. The fans have sent 4—That when final articles are darky who had done him some trifling Criss, St. Louis, .309; Crawford, DeWILLIAMS. DOYLE. Manager. Battcrios—Mathewson and .Meyer*'; More, out an appeal for help. They are JOIIN STAUK. Pres. Ferguson, Hrown and C^ahairii Noe« 1 *H4 2 Grant Bloek* calling upon the other National signed, he will post another 15,000. service. The darky handed it back.. troit, 308; Gessler, Boston, 300; EastB L L A HKSS, Sec'y. At rhtladelphla—PhUaSlphia, 7; Brook5.—That Johnson must post a simiLocal and Long distance Telephone*. erly, Cleveland, .290; Murphy, Athlyn. 0. Batteries—Corridon and. Dooin; League clubs to turn over their sur- lar sum--$ 10,000 in all,wd this sum, "Now, Marse Billy/' lie said, "y<ro Special facilities for buying ; plus players and save the grand old Bell and Bergen. knows I doan' want no pay tor what letics, .290. t.—The Palermo W. C. T. Second game—Philadelphia, 3; Brook- Boston club from utter humiliation. when posted, shall act as a side bet, I does for you. Dea gimme dat ole 2. B.itteriea — $parks and Dooin; High grade Stocks and Bonds yielding at- U. met with Mrs. Lilian Carrier, lyn. The staving off of the Giants for the entire sum to be taken by the suit o* clo'es youse got on." Ruoker and bergen. wlnber of the fight, ; r active rates of Interest for lnreitment. Tuesday, July 6th. The next meetAt Pitt8l)urg—Pittsburg, 5; Cincinnati, 1. seventeen innings yesterday and the 6.--The entire sum when posted, is Stocks and Grain also carried on margin. t a r x h e following New York stock quota- ing will be held Tuesday, August 3d, ltjjtteries—Willis and Gibson; Rowan and defeating of McGraw'* team the first to be turned over to some reputable tlons received to-day over direct wire froao at the home of Mrs. John Trimble. McLean. game of a double-header to day gives our main office 09 Broadway, New York. O, S. HATHAWAY. Lessee and Msrr.' At St. T-ouis-Pt, Louis, 4; Chicago, 4 stake holder, preferably John P. [The quotations of lead in* stock SOD the Wew As this is the annual meeting all mem- •'(M innings, on1' 1 by darkness). Bat- the fans a glimmer of hope. FRANK E. POSTER. Res. lUn**er] Clark of San Francisco. York Exchange to-day as shown In the table bers are earnestly requested to be teries-SalTee, . Telephone 1292 * ^chman and Phelps; Over1 below. Where no sales were made the prices in 7—That Sam Berger, Jeffries side FOLLOW THE CROWD last column sh< m late previous quotations.] present. V i s i t o r s a r e c o r d i a l l y w e l - all, Brown and Archer. partner, i3 to remain in America to sTOOKb Open'* Hljrh. Low. Clo*e c o m e . • -.'. •-.•••/ "•"-•••• "• - • ••:•;; ,• •: •, •;.: ••STANDING OF THE CLUBS. . Scores yesterday—Syracuse, 4, Mlis-Chalmeni ........ HH 1 5 * UK U K 15* 15* w\ L. P.G. w. t. f.c. mlra, 1. WilkesBarre, 5; Albany,3. receive bids for the fight clubs offerAmalgamated Copper, Ha'* * W V H ing the largest sums for the battle. Pittsburg. <a 24 .718 Phila'phia 39 46 .4fi4 Am. Heet. Sugar... .... 46* t 7 * 47 NOVEL MASSAGE CREAM. " . Bin^ttaintoo 62H 63 Am. Car fefcotudry... GZh tV>K <^hicago,.. 54 28 ,689 St. Lowls. 34 47 .420 Scranton, 5; Troy f 2 -ANDJeffries says he is in splendid conAm.Can ...V7,,........ \\% \i% Now YorK 48 31 .585 Brooklyn .31 55 . : W 0 2; Utica 1. dition and that he is now ready to dePtrfact Skin Food That Removw Wrinkles and Cincinnati 44 43 .500 Boston.,.. 25 60 Am. O a n p f d . . , . . . , . . . . H2H 82H G a m e s t o d a y . S a m e t e a m s p l a y t o - fend his title. He will sail on August Am.CouonOlL... . . . . 7«H "5 75 AMERICAN LEACJUE. Cltan CoropUxion. Am. Ice securltl^...^. 3KK >w% 3H '•;••."•;•. .V'-;..-; •••"• _\:;.,:v. ';•:,.•;• 5th, to take a three weeks ucure" at At New York—New York, (J; Boston, 0. d a y . Am. Locomotive. 62M MH 62H The itost delicate skin will quickly Batteries—Wilson and Sweeney; Schlltzer, Am. 8meltiP(r.......... 06 06 Ufrtt STAKDINO. Carlsbad, after which he will return Am. Steel Fdrs S 4 * 'AM, 5*% MX respond to the soothing and tonic ef- Nourse, Donohue and Madden; Woa Lost P. C. to America to train for the fight with Am, S u g a r . . . . . . . . . M .. 127* 129 W7H At Washingtoii-Philadelphla, 8; Wash- Clubs Am W c o i e n . . . . . . . . . . . .... ..-.., .... 3iM fects of Hokara, and when this pure ington, 2. Batteries-r-Dygert and Living- Albany.. . . . . . . > . . .^ 49 32 .605 the black fighter. The Important skin food Is used, pimples are soon a stone; Hughes and Street Anaconda Copter .... "4K* 4*K 4*!i Atchison...... .....116H U7M MM. thing of the past. 34 *575 part of Jeffries' deti to Johnson is the Second game—Philadelphjla, 5; Washing- Blmira. • • • • • • • • • • • • 46 Atchlson ptd •• .... . . . . 104* 35 .581 demand for the posting of a $10,000 As a massage cream or after shav- ton, 2. Batteries—Bender and Thomas; U t i c a . . . ; . . . . . , • • . .43 Baltimore A Ohio.....121 191* .MOtt 121 forfeit by both fighters, whiph is to Wlthemp and Street. 78* Brooklyn Rapid Trans 78* 78* Wtlkes-Baire.. ^ v..•. 43 37 .53H ing it is unequaled, removing all irAt Cleveland—Detroit, 3; Cleveland, 1. Canadian Pacific ltfti* 1MJH 186* * act as a side bet. Jeffries1 cooildence Troy.. . . > . . . . . . . . . . 4 1 37 .^20 ritations, and making the skin soft Batterle.s—Summers iandj Schmidt; Joss Central Leather ....... 84 3&* in himself Is proren by this demand. HheHapeake & Ohto %1*H 79* « and Easterly. S c r a n t o n . . . . . . . . ; , . • . 34 44 ,436 and velvety. Chicago & Gt. Western % I H H 1 STANDING OP THE CLUBS. Ohl.. Mil * S t . Paul.... 156\ 1*7 W MH 1S6* Apply a little to the hands or face Blnnhamton.. , , ; . . . 3 6 47 .434 JOHNSONS OPINION. • W L> P C '"'''• ' Wt I* P . O Colo.ft K. r & U . . . . . * 64X 04U ttt* 64M after washing and surprise yourself : BATTLBJ CEEEK, Mich., July 28.— *338 Colo Fuel 6t i r o n . . . . . . U * 45 44M 45 Petroit.... 68 31 652 Chicago... 42 45 .483 Syracuse. . .*-..* . . , » * . .V-2f 53 ('olo. Southern......... .... WH with the dead skin that comes off. Phila*phla,50 37 .575 New Y6rk46 48 ,4&5 Despite the fact that J a p e s J . JefNew Work Cheese Ittarkel. t jnttolidatedGas.......l»*K 139* 130* WH Boston.... 51 41 .554 St. Louis. 38 50 .432 Hokara is the only massage cream a fortelt of $5,000 NJBW YOEK, July 27-Becelpts.to-day, ttl fries posted Corn Products com.... S3 93* 8a g S Oorn Products ofd. W 8 7 * J7 W* that is an antiseptic, and pimples/ec- Cleveland. 48 39 .652 Wash'ton. 25 Gl .21)1boxes. There appears to he a falroemana to- with the sporting editor of the New day, with more or less out-of-town Inquiry Delaware ft Hudson...183K 1WK 183X m% zema, and all skin blemishes soon disE A S T E R N LBiAGUE. DnnrerftBlo «4r4(iU« • .... . . . . . . . . 47H and with continued strong prices?paid \ t coun- York Evening World to-day, ai At Buffalo—Jersey City, B; Buffalo, 4. appear, when it is used. Although try markets holder * are Inclined to regard the evidence 8econd gamer-Jersey City, 4; Buffalo, 2. of bis good faith with confldeoco and steady t a arm Kilo ..... ..7.M»...-'S09f »7H 96h 861 far superior to the ordinary massage At Rochester—Newark, 2; Rochester, 0. situation to meet Jack Johnson, the colore d In their TieWH, but nothlnur to warrant change At Toronto—Toronto, 1; Baltimore, p. creams, and sold on a guarantee of Krle flmtpfd, U MH H M in Quotation!*. The market A « •woima d*j At Mdntroal—Montreal, 3; Providence, -i. cided 8hrlnkt«e, General conditions of cheese champion, sUted here in an interview tti* "best you ever used or money back,1* General Electric....... 107H ]$l»!4 16634 Great Northern pfd ... l&l H 151 * so far contlnuej* very natlsfsctory for the sea- that he did not believe Jeffries would 8TAND1NO O F T H E C L U B S . 14H let the price is a trifle, only 25c. fora niinotH Central..........15«H 1WH son, thouurh occaatonai lots show more or Jew ever meet him. w. L. P.c. w. L. p.c. Int. Metropolitan.. . . . H h UH hot weather defects. Bklms continue liberal jar. !lalB art In good Rochester. Q) 85 .583 Toronto... 4t 44 .482shape Int. Metropolitan pfd.. 46 4') and prices steadily su* 143 I>>ulfivtUe* Mat<, Tilt* .143 |43 Sold on guarantee by Butler Phar- Provl'eiKf. 43 41 V512 Montreal.. 41 46 ,477grades, exporters showing lit «r*i* Mexican Cent'tl ...... -£!* SJIf Buflulo.... 45 44 .60t> Baltimore. 41 46 .4.1*tt, and little, if anything, of • macy. M o . , K n o m A T 0 J M 4 1 * 42* 41 * fOUowlnjf aaouttoot were receive* by Newark... 43 42 .5(JK> Jersey c*y 3D 45 .4o4
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IB.'Steel .S. Steel pfd pfd. ....128 ( , a. *• Carolina Oarolin&Cbetn..... 5^ Va IronOc&l dc Coke.. •..». IM 21 to* W*b*«h pfd . . . . . . . . . . . M 66M Wtatern Union, *.. 73H 74H 7 'PHON1 38d-l 78* 3 * ^ll Oentoai......... Oi .... . . . . 55* Snow Drift Bread, Creim Bolls. estern Maryland..... tf 6 6tt 5H • « York City 4H1017 Bonde...,........ 104M Ideal Brown Bread, Biscuits Raised, Rlllortam^ •w TorkOitj 4H fatf BoncU,,.....,..,. lltH Tea Biscuit, Fried Cakes, Quality F u l l cream, gmall w h l t e ^ f a n ^ 1 * Jhloago Terminal Kull cream, common to gooa Dough Nnts, Cakes and Pastry of all Diamond M a t c h . . . . . . . . . . •*.**•.«..*. Skims. 1H lbs special.. ••kinds, Everything Hpme Made. ' Skims, fine...... ;...••• D T A XXT f kirns, fair to good . . . . . . .•> r GOODS DELIVERED klms, common.........•••• mu Standard O i l . . . . . . . , The eluftlng QU stations of Expresn gtock«:— offlctal auoutioi» are the Adams Etpress. 218: American Expreiw 22s; b - i y , Y. Journal ofCommro*. O. S.Expreig...». 1 WeiU Fargo310,
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export account this week on the A new classification lachaeft;' been adopted this season, add'" special* to Include plcnicji. ~ - w American and fancy flats of 30 vyj^J wlitchclasses generally cont.more 10 The quotation of »ancy small CO™SJL' ,. finest full #)ream cheese and it ^wo'Ud not, u* safe to make contracts except on tne DMisor the fancy quotations. L i n a p o o L , J u l y 3 6 . - 4 p . * . -.= ^ . dian finest white new steady at o'soa. an finest colored new steady at &ss Btate^ Full cream, speclalsr»v<y • • ^ ' ^
• i j r v f i o m Ohicago by Stopoacm « Otohkin,Not.l4^dl Grant Block. July m% Seut ^ c. IOIIC
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K»w YORK, H\W 38.H3not cotton <|uiet« 10 points higher. Midland Uplands at 12J5.
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