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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 26 May 1904

"I llava Every Reason WRITES MRS. KANE, 1GSACl.LSrtMS) MYf.ni.CCU(tt ViCVU KAMt)l W Mm. K. Kane. 173 Scbor street, Chicago, 11., writes: fDmrunm ha. ......a f-- - oar family thai I do not know howl I could get along without It. I have given It to all of my children alt different timet when they Buffered! with croup, cold and the many all-i menta that children are subject to. t and am pleased to aay that It has! kept them In splendid health. If have alto uted It for a catarrhal! difficulty of long ttanding and ft cured me In a short time, to I have every reason to praise Peruoa."t Mrs. K. Kane. ! Pe-ru-na Protects the Entire House hold Against Catarrhal Diseases. One of the prriitest foe with which every family has to contend is our rluiiiirciible climate. In jn-otect the futility from colds mid rotitfhs is always H'riints problem, ami oftcti impossible. Sooner or later it is the inevitable fate of every one to eiiteh cold. Care in avoiding exooMiie and tli use of proper clothing wil...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 26 May 1904

Commencement of J. M. A. The Jackson Military academy cloHed their work of a very suc cessful year by appropriate ex ercises laBt Thursday night. The school, under the management of Colonels Birmingham and Hamlin and assisted by Profess ors Greenfield, 'Kvans and Miss Koin Hperger, has now been pluod on a sure basis and is a 8oiio.il destined to do much good for Jackson and Southeast Mis souri. Those from a distance who sent boys and girls here spcuK in laudable terms of the scho il and suy others from their viciiuty will .attend next year. The same faculty will be retained for another year. Col. Birming ham will spend tix or eight weeks visiting in Ohio and New York. Col. Hamlin and Maj. Greenfield in New York and Lieut. Evans will remain hero. The orations and music rend ered last Thursday evening spoke well for the pupils and faculty. Mayor Hays addressed the class in a practical, novel and earnest way. An address full of thought and void of flattery. He im pressed upon the minds...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 2 June 1904

Jackson IHIeisalid) VOL. VII. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 11HH. NO. 30 Trade at tho JACKSON STORE! GOMPANY- tho plnco wlioro your dollar qooh farthost LOCALS The Catholic Ladies will serve Strawberries, Ice Cream, and Cake at Dormeyer's old stand In Central Hotel Building Fri day, June 3, '04. Commencing at 4 o'clock p. m. Wheat S1.00 to-day. Hardware at R. S. Wolter's. Go to Sibley's for ice-cream. The Btock law was defeated at Kennett last week. Common Pleas court adjourned last week till June 7. For stock peas call on McAtee & Buerkle. Col. F. Tiedimann of St. Louis was in Jackson Tuesday. 12. G. Sibley and wifo visited the World's Fair this week. Go see D. Klein if you want a buggy or set of harness. L. M. Bean went to I'oplar Bluff Tuesday. Jackson is still in need of a first-class hotel and opera house The electric road from the Capo to Jackson is still coming Fine German millet and rape seed at McAtee & Buerkle's. Alvin and Ktnil Fenzil will at tend the summe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 2 June 1904

JACKSON HERALD. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. B. F. LUSK Publisher Entered at the postofflce at Jack ton, Mo., aa second-class matter No temhec 4, 187. PHONES: Office HI Residence 141 Terms for tho Herald are as follows: SVnr one year 81.00 Six man l tin .50 Three month .30 Advertising Raton: locals 6c per line each Insertion. Profcslonal Card IS per year. Legal Advertisements legal rate. Display ad. rates made known on application. THE MARKET REPORT. A Summarized Report Covering the Prevailing Condition. GRAIN 6t. Louie. W'MrAT No 3 Toil $1.10 " No. 3 red 1.0 " No. 2 hard, "9 No. 3 hard 15 Corn No. 2 mixed 53 No. 3 mixed 53 " No. 2 yellow 5 " No. a velluw 5?X ' No. 2 white 55 S' " No. 3 white 53 Oats--No. 2 micil 43:,' " No. 3 mixil 43 " No. 2 white 4i' No. 4 white 44 Bye No. a Chicago. Wheat No. 1 spring- !i'J " No. 3 spring No 2 red Si li'l Colts No. 2 -411 No. yellow 53 Oath No. 3 43 No. 3 white 43 " ho. 3 white 41 ItVK- No. 2 77 ilAiu hi Fair to choice malting. . .56 Kansas City. Wii...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 2 June 1904

FIFTEEN THOUSAND JAPS SLAIN OR WOUNDED St. Petersburg Cablegram 8ays Rus iana Loit Three Thousand. YAZOO CITY, MISS., SWEPT BY FIRE CZAR LOSES FlVE THOUSAND SOLDIERS JAPS ADVANCE OF PORT ARTHUR AFTER TAKING KIN-CHOW TEN MINERS KILLED BY SULPHUR FUMES Richest City in Mislssippl Hirer Delta Now Lies in Ashes. Russians Surrender After 4100 Bars Been Killed and Wounded. Oas from locomotive Proves Fatal to Occupants of Coach. St. Petersburg: Ir wag reported Monday that Foreign Minister Umi Jorff bad received message from tho Russian Consul at Chefoo, saying ;liat the Japanese bad made a land at tack on Port Arthur and that In doing so tbey lost 15.01)1) killed or wound ed. The Russian loss Is placed at 3.000 men. The ultimate outcome of the fight Ing l not stated. A dispatch van received bore stal ing thai-there was an explosion Mon day on board the battleship Oriel at Cronstadt and that ten stokers were killed. The vessel was damaged and It will take weeks to effect repairs. The explosi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 2 June 1904

! IV h H 1 1 M rxl 4i- Jackson Herald. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. B. F. LUSK Pubi-ihiikii Kntfri'C t the pontofflre lit JurKimii, Mil, cund-iMHM matter November 4, ln7. Terms (or the Herald are as fi ' Iowa: For one year 1.00 Six months 50 T hree nmnthN 80 OIBce.... KfHlrtin- 1 1: Akvkrtihino Hatkh: Local do per line each insertion. I'rofessionul Curd t5 ner year. Legal Adverti-c- menU legal rates. Display ad rates made known on application. JACKSON, MO., JUNE 1904. CONVENTIONS. Republican National Conven tion meets at Chicago June 21. The Republican state nominat ing convention will be held at St. Joseph, July 27th. The Republican Judicial con vention will be held at Jefferson City, Aug. 14th. ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR 8HKRIFF. We are authorized to announce F. A. Kage ns a candidate for nheriff of Cape Girardeau county, subject to the will of the Repub lican primaries or convention as the central committee may elect. Wo are authorized to announce D. A. Nichols as a candidate for sheriff of C...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 2 June 1904

From Mlllcrvllle. (Crowded out last week.) May 23, 1904. It's been quite a while since we have sent in items for your excellent paper, but a house keeper hns so many duties to perform at this season of the year that they scarcely have time to observe the grand resurrection of plant life and welcome the re turn of our feathered friends from the sunny southland. Now please allow us space to apeak a word for the birds. The other day I saw a boy with his gun taking aim at something in a tree and 1 asked himwhat he was going to shoot and he said, "Only some little birds." If those boys who find pleasure in killing birds would go out and watch the birds as they hop around the trunks of trees and peer under the leaves and bark for insects, which would shortly devast our forests and all vege tation if we were deprived of of their service, surely they would never again raise a gun to kill our best friends. Last Saturday was children's day at Fairview church. Miss Olive Miller of the Cape and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 2 June 1904

lf UT AT niTDT y r Roderick JJjnii JPVIXI VPHAM ADAMS Aether f TM KHaimil MlllfcmlrM," "Coliatl Mnm'i Dsctrtes. CU. Ooeramirr. twt, bt I All rtiliU I OorraioHT, IM. T fUDKici Urau AuiU I mtricd i J, punt BiDHI r AT url JJ.W Uf ,..Y All i T u th CHAPTER SIGHT Continued. When the launch approached, Ar thur Morris was seen In the bow. There were aevcral richly dressed young women In the party. John Hurt aaw at glance that Morris and some of his companions were under the In fluence of liquor. Jessie guessed as much, and her suspicions became a oartainty when Morris stepped un steadily to the landing and came toward her, a vacant smile mantling Ills face. "A thousand pardons. Miss Carden," tie said, his voice husky and his body cry erect, but wavering. "A thou sand pardons! Detention unavoidable, assure you un'void'hle detention, as en re you! 'Sail right, though; 'sail right now. Allow me. Miss Carden." and he stepped forward to offer his arm. John Hurt remained by Jessie's Hide. "Do no...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 2 June 1904

A prominent club forth, of St. Joseph, was cured of falling of the womb and its accompanying pains and misery by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. "Dkah JIrs. PiNKriAM: Lifo looks dark indred when a woman fools that her tstrenstn Ls fading away and she 1ms no hopes of ever being restored. Sut-h was my fueling a few months ago when I was advised that my poor health was called by prolapsus or falling of the woiul. Tho words sounded like a knell to me, I felt that my sun had set; hut Lvrila K. 1'inkliatn's Vegetable Compound came to me as an elixir of life; it restored the lost fones and huilt mo up until my good health returned to me. For four months I took the medicine daily and each dose added health and strength. 1 am so thankful for the help 1 obtained through its Uie." Mas. Flokexch IJanforth, 1007 Miles Ave., St. Joseph, Midi. A medicine that hits restored no many women to health and can produce proof of the fact must foe regurdt'd with respect. This Is the record of Lydlu ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 2 June 1904

Resolutions of Respect iTn thn memory uf Judge Jwph Kecliler.) Vhereas, on the 23d day of May, 1001, our associate Direc tor and 'Vice-President, Judgo Joseph Koehler, was called from hi work among us to his eternal li'nne; and Whereas, ho was then in the full activity and enjoyment of a us ful life; and Whereas, ho was an honest, upright man, a faithful friend and adviser. X )w, therefore, he it I'osolved by the Bourd of Di rectors of this, the Capo Girar dei.ii County Havings Hank, that in the death of Judge Koehler this Hank has lost n faithful and efficient officer; this Hoard a pli-asant and agreeable associate as well as a safe and conserva tive counselor. To his activity, perseverance and honesty of purpose is duo in a large measure whatever suc cess wo have attained in a bus iness way. 1 le was always faith ful in service, yet always true to his friends. We deeply deplore his untimely death, yet bow to the will of him who doeth all lliics well. In his death the family has lo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 9 June 1904

Jaqkson IHIerailb. VOL. VII. JACKSON. MISSOURI THURSDAY. JUNK J, 1001. NO. 31 Trnclo tlio JAGKSON STORE GOMPANY- tlio placo whoro tjour clolkir goos fnrtliost THE L O C A L S Wheat 81.00 to-day. Dr. F. Erase and family took in the World's fair last week. The Methodist Indies meet with Mrs. R. W. Russell to-morrow afternoon. Hardware at R. S. Wolter's. Hez Krvin is working in San der and Bros', implement and hardware store. Children'9 day exercises will be held at Fruitland next Sunday night at 8 o'clock. Go to Sibley's for ice-cream. August Flachsbart and wife of Oran came to Jackson Sunday to attend church. j Otis Thompson and wife of Pocahontas were in Jackson Monday on business. Up-to-date buggy harness at Wolter's. Miss Sadie Masters has been employed to teach the Poplar Ridge school, about 4 miles south j of town. Mrs. David James and daugh ter Mattie attended the funeral of Andrew Miller at Millerville last Sunday. MissGussie Minter of Keytes- ville of Kcytesville, Mo., is vis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 9 June 1904

YaTtUM TIT TDT x Frederick JUtllM Jtj VJtX 1 VPHAM ADAMS Airtkar ot "The KI4npp MlUiomlr.' 1 "CM Monro' Dactrtm," Etc r'pi-TRifinr. iboj, bt I All rlchia CoPTtuna-r, im. itv FninN; Uraia Adams I iwm4 I A. J. UiiiiL UiUDll CHAPTER NINE Continued. Two warm arm were clasped round bin neck, a face wet with teari nestled for a moment on tits shoul der, and she kissed htm twice, with the live kisses that come from the heart of a woman whose affection has painted the mysterious border that sep arates friendship from lore. "Good bye, John; God bless you and guard you!" " "Good-bye, Jessie; goodbye!" ' He watched ber as she faded away from blm and disappeared beyond the vines which shaded the veranda. Under the arched maples where he had walked with Jexslo so many times, nnd down thu sandy road where they had loitered In summer days now (tone forever, John Hurt urged tho horse along. It was two miles to Peter Hurl's, and ho soon reached tho gloomy old house. A fig ure stood by tlio Kate. Joh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 9 June 1904

A prominent club woman. Mrs. Danforth, of St. Joseph, Mich., tells how she was cured of falling of the womb and its accompanying pains and misery byLydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Dear Mm. PntKnaif : Life looks dark indeed when a woman feels that hrrstrcngth Isfadinp-awaynml she has Bo hope of ever iieln-r restored. Snrli waa my feeling- a few months ae-o wlirn I was advised Hint bit poor health was caused by prolapsus or fitllitlir of tlio Womb. The worda Bounded like a knell to me, I felt th.it mv inn had net j bnt Lytlia 10. IMnliliam's Vege table Compound came to tr.e us on elixir of life ; it restored the lout forces and built me up until my pood health returned to me. For four months I took the medicine daily, and each dose added health and strength. I am to thankful for thehelp I obtuincdOirougu iu use." Mils. Fi.onr.xcK IUxfoktm, 1007 Miles Are., tt. Joseph. Mich. tSOOO forfut If erlQl-tl cf aei Itlv trninc feawiiaeeae camot tt prwl4cJ. "FUEE MEDICAL ADVICE TO WOJI EX...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 9 June 1904

Jackson Herald. REPUBLICAN IN fULlTlCI. B. F. LUSK I'UBUmiKH Entrrec t Ihti pontoflle t Jmnn, Mo. i:ond-clHM amtujr Noemlr I. IxVT. Term fur the IIkkald tire as rH lows: For one year 1-W Six month f'O f hrt-r months :tf) OltW Kellehr I4 14.' AltVKKTIHINO IUTkk: IH'aN .' ir llni! i-hcI insertion. l'rif'M.lomil Curd ti per yer. L tiii Adverti-e-inriits-l (ral niton. Iiisplayiid rates Hindu known mi t 1 i-it t inn. JACKSON, MO., .H' NK . 1 (. CONVENTIONS. Kcpulilk-an Natif rml Conven tion meets at Chicago June 21. Convention to nominate state and judicial iJelegiiten to be held July 7. Tlie Republican taU nominat-' ing convention will be held at. St.1 Joseph, July 27th. j The Republican Judicial eon-, venlioii will be held at .JelTersori City, Auk. 1 -It ti. j County primary to nominate county ticket to be held on Aug ust 20. ANNOUNCEMENTS. KOK Slli:HIKF. We are authorized to announce V. A. Kaj aw a candidate for nhei'iiT of Cape Girardeau county, subject to the will of the Repub lican...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 9 June 1904

Folk ha Switched. I see Folk has turned tail an switched clean 'round on his re form policy. He's taken to preachin' 'bout Republican rail road deals, 'way back yonder in th' infancy of th' state, 'stead of stickin' to th' isaue he raised hisself. Some men is nat'chally queer an jist can't follow a straight path. Hem' as Joe got his political start by way of th' Harry Howes Jefferson club, it were, mebbe, too much to expect that he could go through a whole campaign an' not hark back to th' kind of influences which made him. It seems them really was tiger spots on Joe's ekin, an' th' thin coatin' of reform white wash rubbed off hi almost no time at all. Joe said that th' burnin' issue in Missouri was "To boodle or not to boodle" an' th' people believed him in pref 'renee to th' machine, which said th' only issue was: "How th' Republicans run th' railroads forty years ago." Now, Joe lias gone back on th' people an' taken up with th' machine by tryin' to divert attention from boodliu',...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 9 June 1904

JACKSOiN HERALD REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. THE NEWS RESUME AS THE WORLD REVOLVES IE WEEKLY PANORAMA , ft Lb Being a Condensed Story of the New & F. LUSK. .Publisher of the Week. rf evil Missouri Doing's Entered at the postofrtre at Jack on. Mo., as second-class matter No venrber 4, 1897. PHONES: Office Kg Residence 142 Tarma for the Herald are aa followi Tor one year II. Ou Is months SO Three months 2 Advertising Rates: Locals 6c put Hoe each Insertion. Professional Caret 15 per year. Legal Advertisements legal rate. Display ad. ratea mad known on application. THE MARKET REPORT. A summarized Report Covering the Prevailing Condltiona. GRAIN St. Louie. Wiikat No. a n il 81 No. 3 red l.On " No. 1! luird !7 " No. 3 hard PI Cotm No. 2 mixed i'.i'j " No. mixed 41 " No. 2 yellow SO " No. 8 yrllnw 4M' " No. 2 white M'i " No. 3 while 4h' Oath--N.i. 2 mixed 42 " No. 3 mixed 41 ',' " No. 2 white 44 j " No. 4 white 42' Rye No. 2 73 Chicago. Wnr.AT - No. 2 spring 07 ' No. 3 spring '.17 " No 2 r...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 9 June 1904

west:hn towns cyclone swept NOMINATE DENEEN FOR GOVERNOR; BANDITS THREATEN RUMOR OF BATTLE NEAR PORT ARTHUR TO KILL PERDICARIS SHERMAN LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR High Water at Ottawa Breaks All Former Record by Four Feet. Students Rehearsing Flay Buried In Debris of Opera-House. Baltoult and Hia Associates Staka Continuous right Nr Fung-Wang--Cheng Since May 87. Another Demand (or Ransom. FLOODS RENDER MANY HOMELESS Kansas City. Mo.: The residents of Armuurdale, Argentine ami the low Inn in of Kansas City, Kan., watched the Kaw river with feelings of fear on It crept nearer and nearer to their homes Monday night. Tho river was leaving its banks at Armunrdale and Argentine, and creeping toward the business section. At Shawnee and Packard streets the water wan threo feet deep, and was lapping at the brick business houses Monday right. Many l&inlllos havo fled from their home.'. All of the pile bridges that spanned the Kaw have fallen Into the rivet, pressed from their moorings hy the gre...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 9 June 1904

Marriage licenses. George Bass and Lulu Redish. Julius Hoffmann and Matilda Mii-lcy. H. C. Metcalf and K. K. Mot calf. Sterling Stroder and Nora Kir.der. From Oriole. Health good. Crop look fine. The rain has mad" it np--sary to build murh fence on the creeks and low lands. ru it crop is good. We have tfood Sunday schools at Me Lain' chapel and Iona the one a Methodist and the other a Baptist. (J.-orge Miller of Mo'-camn Springs i" fencing in 3X) or 400 acres of the river hills. That means stock law. ". The Fraternal Order of Colonials. 8 A Fraternal Beneficiary Society Organized Under the Laws i of the State of Missouri. Notice. Kxcclxior Lodge No. 411, A. F. and A. M., will hold regular corn miinieution this Thursday eve ning, dune f, at 7:30 j). in. sharp. I Q lluMness of importance In-fore j iJ the lodge. j Q A very large anumher of mem- j Gj hers are requested to attend, j Q Vi .ilors welcome. W. I. i;..iii:i(TSo, W. M , Q II. L. Hon mcistku, ;iei-y. ; i From Fruitland. ! fj . ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 16 June 1904

V it Jagksn HHerahb. Time VOL. VII. JACKSON, MISSOUIll, TIIUUSDAY. rlL'NK Hi, I'.MM. NO. .T2 Trnclo nt tho JACKSON STORE COMPANY, tho placo whoro jjour dollar notw fVirtliowt L () C A 8 The Fraternal Oder of OK.- Card of thanks "bituurit-i ami! Notice to Contractors nials Assembly Xo. 1 itiHt.s each resolutions of respect will be! Xotiee is hereby jriven that I : first ami third Thursday nights -harmed for at tho rate of -lc a ; will, at silit of bridge, at 2. . .,t m nVl.ick. : line if urintcd in the Hr.HAi.li. If clock i. m.. June 20. l',M 1. let Wheat 81.00 to-day. J j j, S(.muk() aUf.n,(,i tf10iyou don't want to pay this don't contract for rebuilding tho bridge; II. L. Obermiller i a 1 ! ,emoeratie. judicial convention ;"' them to us. , across nly "ranch, near the citizen of Jackson. ! at Charleston yesterday. j Linus IVnzel went to Great residence of 1 lenry Tusehoti, on Ti. Alson Process Co. of thia . .. ' .... In i k"., in,lv ..ml if he ' the road leading from the .lack- 1 i ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 16 June 1904

JACKSON HERALD. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. r 25,001 SETTLERS TO MCLftlS ROSEBUD RESERVATION MECCA OF LAND SEEKERS FROM EASTERN CITIES. J NEW YOKK MILLIONAIRE INVOLVED IN UGLY SCANDAL B. r. LUSK Publisher Missouri Doing's u 1 f ' ( " i Entered at tee pestoOco at Jack, on, Me., second-class matter No vember 4, 1897. PHONES: Office 148 Residence HI Term far the Herald are aa follow: Fur one year 11.00 fill moat a SO Three snoatks . .30 Advertising Rates: IjkhIs Co per line each Inicrtloo. Prefoslenal Card IS per year. Iegal Advertisements legal rates. Display ad. rates made known on application. THE MARKET REPORT. A Summarized Report Covering the Prevailing Condition. GRAIN 6t. Louie. Wnf.-tT- Xo. ! red tl i1 " No. 3 red 1 '"I ' No. - hard !' " No. : hard st Corn --No. 2 iiiim 1 4;i' No. 3 mixed 4 " Nil 3 yellow .'. " No. :i yellow 4' " No. 2 while Mi: " No. S white 4S Oats - No. a mixed 4."S " No. .1 mixed 41 'j " No. 2 white 4'. i " No. 4 white 4:1 Eye No. a i;u Chicago. WllK.tT- No. 5 ...

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