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AI'STIN WEEKLY BTATEfMAN THURSDAY DECEMEER 11 1890
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THE GEEAT LIYliE
Cures all disorders of the stomach
diseases loss of appetite headache
biliousness fever piles etc. ana
Ul ililiS3fe Stable
Radway's Pills are a cure for this
secretions to healthy action restore strength to the stomacn ana en
it to perform its fune t ions.
riUCE 20 CKNS PER -BOX
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL
Daily and WfctKi.y statesman
Austin. Tex.. Dec. 9 ISiW.
The wholesale trade is dull but the re
tail business lias been good during the past
All country produce is comparatively
scarce with firm (iiiotations.
The average local receipts of cotton by
wagon has been 5U pales at quotations else
New York..; !4 dis V p.
New Orleans "is
Bt. Louis dis
Silver coin par
Mexican dollars :.'(:
Mexican halves 35c
Mexican quarters 10c
NEW YORK MONEY.
New York Dec. 0. Money on call tight
ranged from 3 oVA per cent; last loan 3;
closed offered lit 3; prune mercantile paper.
6U-to 8W: sterling exchange iuiet and
steady at 170 for (iu day bills and 488 lor
Boston Dec. 0. Mexican 4s G!) to 70;
London Dec. D.-Consols closed at
95 7-16 for money ; for silver. 47J4-
NEW YORK EXCHANGE.
Nkw York Dec. 9. Sterling bank 00
tfavs. 4.78 to 4.7H; sterling commercial
Midays 4.744 to 4.70; reichmarks com
mercial CO days francs bank 60 days
6.2(i'i; commercial liOdays 6.30.
NEW ORLEANS EXCHANGE.
Nkw Okleanh Dec. 9. Sterling com-
mercial 4.73; francs commercial iO days
nominal; New York sight bank par; com-
mercial 125 discount.
Galveston Dec. 9. Sterling 60 days
nominal; New York sight J dis-
count; New Orleans sight discount;
American silver par.
. OCEAN FREIGHTS.
Galveston Dec. 9. Freight by steamer
irom Galveston to Liverpool 9-3'Jd;
to Continent 5-loi; to New York 41 c
per 100 poands.
' Austiw Deo. 9. Local quotations are
Good Ord 7)4 (Middling 8&
Low Mid 7 Mid. Fail ... .)
Liverpool Dec. 9. Snot cotton closed
moderate at easier prices unchanged.
Good Ord 4 13-10
Low Mid 5
Middling 5 3-16
Good Mid 5
fotal sales 80f)0
Cotton futures closed steady at 1 to 2
March 5.14 bid
June 5.22 bid
July 5.24 bid
August.. . . 6.26 bid
September 6.23 bid
April ..... 6.17 asked
New York. Dec. 9. Spot cotton closed
quiet at yesterday's quotations.
Ordinary Middling.... 9
Good Ord 8 1-16 Good mid.... 9 3-16
Low Mid 8 13-10 Mid. fair.... WA
Cotton futures closed steady at 5 to 8
Sales 60200 bales
New Orleans. Dec. 9. Spot cotton closed
easy and unchanged.
Low ordinary 7 iMiddling. ... 9
Ordinary VA Good Mid... 9 15-16
Good Ord.... 7 15-16 Mid. Fair.... 10
Low Mid H'A I
Bales 4200 bales
Cotton futures closed steady at 6 points
December..... 8.22b iMay
January 8.91 9;i;Juue
February 9.05 i6j.luly
March 9.19 20 August
April 9.27-28'September.. .
Sales 18400 bales
Galveston. Deo. 9. Spot cottou closed
quiet at yesterday's quotations.
Low Mid .
7 II 16 Middling.... 9 3-16
8 1 16 lOood Mid.... 9 13-10
8 11-161 Mid. Fair....l0VJ
Shipments coastwise 4dla bales
Shipments by raU bales
Stock 86911 hales
Cotton mills bales
Galveston. Dec. 9 Following 'e me
receipts at United Slates pons :
Wilmington 1.4 '2
New York 2.015
West Point S5'J4
AND STOMACH EEMEDY.
liver bowels kidneys bladder nervous
constipation costiveness indigestion
renders the system less naoie 10 cou
complaint. They tone up the inter
SOLD HI ALL DKGGISTS.
Total this day
Total tnis day last year.
Galveston Dec. 9. The following aie
the closing quotations for spot cotton
to-dav at the leading markets together with
the closing tor middling yesterday with
Liveruool . .
Q'liet . .
UNITED STATES CONSOLIDATED BTATKillCNT.
Following are the receipts and exports at
ill United States ports.
Receipts thus far this week ....
Receipts same tune last year....
Keceipts this day last year
total tnis season
fowl last season
Kx ports to Great Britain
Exports to France
Exports to continent
Stock this day 71 '8.il
Stock this dav last year 710098
Galveston Dec. 9. Wool Ouiet and
unchanged; 12 months clip XX. 57 to
59c; X 55 to 57c; No. 1 52 to 5ic: sprinu
six and eigiit months XX 55 to 50c; X 53
to olc; jno. l 50 to 52c. Sales
llnscDiired Hpnnir. 12 month's clin 18 to
21c: tine. 18 to 21c. medium. 19 to 22c. Sail
wool six and eight months tine 18 to 20c;
medium 18 to 21c; Mexican improved 15
to 17c; Mexican carpet 14 to 15c.
St. Louis. Dec. &. Wool Receipts.
1590 pounds. Market quiet and weak.
Unwashed bright medium. 20 to 24c:
coarse braid 14 to 22c; low sandy 12 to
17c; tine light 16 to 21c; tine heavy 22 to
28c; tub washed choice 34c; inferior 28 to
GALVESTON SUGAR MARKET
Galveston. Dec. 9. Suear Market
steady and strong and unchanged.
New York standard granulated 6c;
confectioners' A ti'Ac; crushed and
cut loaf 7c; cubes 6c; powdered 6c
Louisiana granulated none; Louisiana
choice white 5c; do off white 5o;
lancy yellow clarihed 5c; choice do 4c;
prime do 4c; off yellow clarified 4c;
choice seconds 4 l-3c; prime seconds ic;
iuir seconus none ; common seconds none ;
wholesale grocers' quotations 14c to 9ic
GALVESTON COFIKK MARKET.
Galveston. Den 9 Market m.Mi.Ur ami
iiiichmurerf. Ordinnrv . 1'iu tn mi.l
ordinary to 2(iWc; fair 20 to 21c;
prune iu ix; cnoice ai to ziw Cor-
dova 22 to 22Uc
UKAIN AN1 PROVISION MARKETS.
Chicago Dor. 9 The early feqling in spec
ulative markets was favorable to the high-
er prices andwith no serious1 disturbance
in financial circles. Thero was a marked
improvement in everything toward theclose
About the middle of the session the crowd
appeared to doubt alter its recent expe
rience whether a bull stock market lasting
through the entire session wa sa possibilily
but later when such a change on the re
cent tactics of Wall street appeared highly
probable they concluded that it was no
time to stand short of wheat corn or pro-
visions and the closing prices of each of
these illustrate that conclusion. Wheat
closed lu higher corn a pork 25c and
lard and ribs VA to 10c higher than at the
corresponding time yesterday.
Lending futures closed Wheat Decem-
ber 89c January 91 V$c May 98c.
Com December 52c January 52 May
JUess pork December 8.25 January
10.42)4 May 11.41). 1
Lard December 5.00; January 5.87W;
May 6 47. " n'
Short ribs December 4.87U; January.
5.22H; May 5.82X.
t'aau quotations were:
Wheat Spring to 89'c.
No. 2 Com 52J4.
Pork 8.12' to 8 25.
Lard Per 100 lbs 6 21.
Short ribs Sides loose 5.00 to b.Ki.
Dry salted shoulders 5.8) t0 5.'J5.
Short clear Bides 5.25 to 5.;i0.
St. Louis Mo. Dec. 9. Wheat Market
opei ed la up for M.iv declined c re-
acted and improved sagged and recovered
again and ruled firm to close No. 2 red
cash 92JS to 92; Januarv closed 93'ic'
May i-VJt! bid; July. Ki? to c7Vic.
Corn Opening was at lc ndvancp and
market ruled steady and strong for some
time weakened but soon strengthened ami
ruled unr.ettled tiriu to close. N'o. 2 en-.li
62c; December c'osed 61b; January 50 V;
oats Quiet but firm. No. 2 cash 4."c
oskel; May 4 y2e.
itiigmng o?4 io 7?4fi.
Iron cotton lies 1.5 to 140.
'oru meal-fum at 2.05 to 2 70.
Provisions The market was firmer in
tone soul hern buyers however continue
to hold oil'.
Pork New mess 10.25 to 10.50.
Lard Prime steam 6.50.
Dry salt meats Boxed 25 to 30 days;
Bacon Hoxed snouiaers o.oo; lons
and riDS O.JOtO H.l- suurv uicnr. O.OIJ4
r r H Iama 111 Of! tn 19 RO
IO O.UU DUgai liunu
NewOrleans La. Dec. 9 CofTee Dull ;
lower; Rio ordinary to lair WA to 19c.
ilog products uuii mm gciiKiaojr unit
Kice Steady ; ordinary to good i
W'hiskv Western rectified 1.04 to 1.80.
P.rk -3.00. .
Lard R. fined tierce 5c.
Boxed meats Dry salt shoulders 4
Bacon Shoulders none; sides (.
Hums Choice sugar cured 9'A to 10c.
Sucar Strong and active: open ket
t.. nhnicn '4 4n npii
3o; good fair to fully fair 3 to 3 ; good
ClJUlIUt'll lf Oft IU WU..UVH
Ol4i CCrl rilUni .iuiuauui. iMnu.ciw
K 11 1 f.linipo whitA tn AA.Ift
II. tl II ....... ....... - .
.l.:.en lit H 14.1ft... frruv tL'llilo d7
5c; choice yellow clarified 4 to 4 15-lh'c;
prime clarified 4 13-I6c; cfl clarified 4 to
4 13-16; seconds 3 to 4c.
Molasses Opeu kettle strong; fancy
35c; choice 32 to 33c; strictly prime 30 to
31c; good prime 27 to 29c; prime 25 to 26c;
good common to good fair i0 to 2tc; cer-
iruugnia itttl koijh piling x-ziuAuv fjiiuio
12 to 13c; syrup 23 to 25c.
Kansas City. Mo. Dec. 9. Wheat-
Quiet. No. 2 red cash 86 bid.
Corn Easier. No. 2 cash 48c bid.
Mess Pork Boxed 8.50.
Lard Refined 5.70.
Dry salt meats Boxed shoulder 4.37J.
Short ribs sides 5 20.
Ixing clear sides 5.0.
Short clear sides 5.40.
Breakfast bacon Boxed 8.25.
LIVE STOCK. MARKET.
St. Louis Dec. 9. Cattle Receipts
2900; shipments 400. Market slow;
good to fancy native steers 4.50 to 6.00;
lair to good do 3.90 to 4.50; stackers and
feeders. 2X0 to 3.10; Texans and Indians
2.'0 to 3.40.
Hoes Receipts 5000; shipments 700;
shade higher; prices ranged from 3.20 to
Sheep Receipts 800; shipments 800.
market steady. Good to choice 4.00 to 5.15.
Kansas City Mo. Dec. 9. The Live
Stock Indicator reports:
Steers Receipts KlijU; shipments 1400.
Market stead y. Steers 3.50 to 5.25; stoc.-c-
ers and feeders. 2.00 to 3.10.
Hojs Receipts 10.591; shipments none.
Market steady to higher. All grades 3.00
Sheep Receipts 280; shipments 290.
Market steady and unchanged. Good to
choice muttons 4.10 to 4.45; stackers and
feeders. 2.70 to 4 .'0.
Chicago III. Dec. 9. Drover's Stock
Cattle Receipts 9000; shipments 4000;
Market s'ow andsteadv. Christmas steers.
5.60; choice export and dressed beef steers
4.95 to 5.35 common to choice steers 2.75
to 4.25; Texas cattle 1.3) to 2.35; native
butchers' Blockers 1.00 to 2.85.
Hoys Receipts 25000; shipments 6000.
Market steady and higher. Rough and
common light mixed 2.40 to 3.50; good to
choice mixed 3.60 to 3.70: prime heavy
and butcher weights 3.75 to 3 85.
Sheep Receipts 80iiu; shipments 3000.
Market steady. Natives 3.25 to 5.00; west
ern 4.25 to 5.70
Al'HTIN FRICiS CURRENT
Following are quotations for wholesale
ratM inlees otherwise specified:
APPLES Green $ barrel 4.506.00.
BACON Breakfast 9W10c; long clear
7Uc ; short clear 7 Jc .
BAGGING (Jutei 1? 7J4c; 2 8kc; 2
BANANAS Per bunch packed 1.50 to
BARLEY l.lOeJl. 25.
BRAN 1.25(91.35 por 100 lbs
BUTTER Country fresh from wagon
20c; from store 2025; Kansas creamery.
CABBAGE Per crate $3.50.
CHEESE Full cream 12Uo; young
CHICKENS 2.902 50 from wagon ;from
COAL McAlisier lump delivered $6.50;
anthracite egg and nut delivered $12 per
CORN In ear new from wagon 65;
from store 75c; sacked 77 J485c.
OOK.N mUALi-in 40 lb sacKS ODCSYOO.
COTTON SEED Per busnel 9i15o.
DRUGS hob prices) Morphine per oz.
3.35; opium per lb 4.25; calomel per lb.
1.10; quinine per oz. 60c; assafaetida per
lb 20c; castor oil per gal. 1.50; turpentine
per eal. 00c ; linseed oil per gal. 70c ;
epsom salts per lb 5c; gum camphor per
a &&c; suipnur per n oc; launanum per
lb i.oo; copperas per id 4c.
DRY GOODS Dress prints 66V.c;
standard plaids 66J ; light brown do
mesne. 4-4 5c; medium uo. 4-4 bWlW
heavy do. 4-4. 7K8c; bleached do. 4-4
8'iai7c: heavy do. 9(9Vc; brown drilling
7H8Kc; Alabama plaids 7c; brown duck.
nig 9V4inc: leans cotton riW(ioc; ao-
all wool 22 '350: mattress ticking VA
e: father do.. 12C15c; hickory do.. 8
lie; ginghams 7H12jC; brown cotton
bi7c; cambric 6M6c.
r.UUS Fresh vara irom wagon TiA to
25c; store 30c.
FLOU It Best 5.006.00.
HARDWARE Iron per pound3Uc:stee
plow 4c; do. cast 12c; nails per keg
2.60; do. horseshoo Clinton per box Nj
6 to 8. $3.00: do.. Ausable No. 7 $4.50; wir
barbed painted $3.75; galvanized 4.25
smooth. Nos. 6 to 9 $4.00; do. black $3.50
HIDES Prime flints 810c; dry salts
4$5c ; wet salts 34c.
HAMS Sugar cured l0Jillc.
HAY Bottom loose 19.00; baled 20.00
25.00; prairie hay per ton 14.0010.0U;
Johnson grass 16.O020.00.
HOMIN Y Per bbl.. 3.50.
LARD Tierce 66c
LIQUORS Sour mash whisky from
three to eight years old 2.30(35.00; sweet
mash Kentucky good3 two to seven year
old 1.75(4i3.00. Wines imported ports 1.75
3.25; sherries 2.003.50; California wines
1.00(2.25. according to age.
LEMONS Per box. 5.75(6.00.
LIVESTOCK Cornfed cattle none of-
fered; grass $2.00 per 100 lbs.; yearlings
per head $5.00; hogs on hoof 2c; sheep
same; cows $10 to $12.
LUMBER 2x4 2x0 2x8 and 2x10 at $18
per 1000; 2x12 4x4 4x6 6x6 and 6x8. $20;
1x12 first cond. box ng $20; clear boards
1x12 and narrower $25; 1x6 tongue and
groove ceiling and California weather
boarding $25; ceilineand Texas weather
boarding $22.50; 14 and VA ex. wide lum-
ber $.!.j; best dried all heart shingles $5;
prime diied and "sap" shingles $4.50;
plastering hubs $3.50.
M Ol .AS'J KS - Louisiana 25050c ;
OATS Feed. Uc(65c; Kansas send 70
76c; Texas seed 80(g85c.
ORANGES Florida per box $4.00 to
ONIONS i'er lb. 3!4c.
PECANS Per lb. 8 to 10c.
POTATOES Irish per bushel 1.251.3.i.
Sweet potatoes per bushel from wagjn
00 to 7'e; from store 75 to $1 00.
ROPE One-hall'incl) and upwards.llc.
SUGAR A 6Jc; granulated 7c; cut
losf Kc; yellow clarified 6it64c.
TEA Imperial ( lb 23ii 65c; gunpowder
TIES-Arrow 1.60; delta 1.75.
TURKEYS 60(8751! from wagon.
WOOD Hard $4.50; cedar $5.00 per
WOOL Nominal at 2Cc for light medium.
shoulders 4.50;longs 6.25; ribs 6
AN ACHING VOID FILLED.
There Were Vacant Chambers Id
Ucort and She Filled Them.
"In every house Miss Powelson" said
young Mr. Haybenibiw with some agita-
tion "there lm pu) i-o ko. It is kept for
the ush of some honored suest. In every
heart too" mid he laid his lni.ul impul-
sively on his own "thure is a spare
And we find one too in so mauj
utHiusi" sue nitirmuied.
Miss IV.velsea I.wip!" the young mar
exclaimed cliokiii'j down a large aud ex
pansiye lump of rising siUs "in my heart
there is a spare room suorally set apart foi
"Only one Mr. Haybenslawl" she asked
Do not mock me Irene Powelson! It
shall be n wholo suits if you like. More
than that ! You shall have the entire Drem
lses if you'll only say so and if that isn't
enough we'll tear down unil build bigger.
"11ns spare room this suite of rooms
Arthur" said tho maiden softly "that
you arc speaking of how how are they
"In first class modern style Ireno." re
plied the young man with a business like
ring in his voico. "Uncle Bullion died
"Say no more Arthur" whispered tho
lovely girl as she pillowed her rich blonde
head on the young man's heart aud listen
ed to the wild thump! thump! that re
sounded through its spare chambers; "I'll
take thetnl"--Chicago Tribune.
His Silence Purchased.
Young Man Sir I have comu to demand
tho hand of your daughter.
Banker Sir? What do you mean you
Young Man Her hand sir is the price
ol my silencu.
Banker My! myl This insolence is un
bearable. George call a policeman!
Young Man One niouusnt sir. You
mistake. I know nothing of your affaire.
and do uot for a moment imagine that you
have been guilty of any wrong doing. Tb
Bllence I alluded to is of another sort.
am the young man who practices on the
cornet in the boarding house next door.
Banker Oh! Take her my son aud oe
happy. New York Weekly.
"Hello Shadbolt! Fine day isn't it!
Speaking of the weather by the way"
"Yes I know Dinguss. Speaking ol
the weather Old Probs says there is going
to be a change! and speaking of u change
reminds you that you came away from
home this morning and left your pocket
book in your other clothes. So did I Din-
guss so did I. It won't work this time.
Good morning Dinguss." Chicago Times
Ju.lKii'S from Experience.
First Reporter A Gre down street did
Second Reporter Yes. The enginns hav
just gone down. It's going to be a Jjbj
F. R. How do you know?
S. R. Because it's in a fireproof build-
ing. -Cape Cod Item.
Back to the Old Homo.
"John" said Mr. Stingy's wife "3
wouldn't buy any more $2 trousers if 1
"This last pair you bought are the identi-
cal ones I sold I ho ragman six weeks age
for fifty cents." Xew York Sun
"How did yon get along on your excur-
"Oil it was half fair in everything."
"Well that was nice."
"Not so very. We had half fare on th
railroads and to offset that we had hall
fare at tho hotels." Light.
"I'liyslrlan Heal ThyseU."
American Wife What is the matter
French Professor (returning from les
son) Sacre' Zis was tairribble! Zat stu-
pid Yankee pupeel of mine will dri fume
crazy wiz bee. execrable accent! Puck.
A Natural Conclusion.
"You have many degrees Mr. Simpson?"
"Yes. I am now John Simpson B. A..
B. S. B. L. LL. B."
"And what are you going to be now thai
you have been graduated a letter carrier?'
KHtiniiitln? His Character.
"Trotter U always as good as his word"
"Yes" assented He-jack; "but his word
is worthless. "
"I know it." Chicago Inter Ocean.
He Knew from Experience.
Miss Ciitelv What do you regard as the
most diuicult step in the progress of n dia-
mond from the mine to a lady's linger?
Mr. Joion Hustling for the lucre to ouy
it. Jewelers' Weekly.
He Didn't IVmit To.
"I don't want ter!" cried Sammy aged 2.
"Don't want to what?" asked hi mother.
"Don't want ter want ter" repli"d Sam-
my with a sad little howl. Harper's
Not In the Calculation.
"I see tint Robinson mid some of his
friends have gone into Imildit r;."
"How do t hey expect to pa; for it?"
"They dou't. It's a church. New York
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At the Racket Store.
Last year we had a wheelbarrow
from lc to $2. Albums scrap books
mugs plush goods toys tool chests drums plated castors moustache cups
children's tea sets etc. etc. Come and see. We sell Xmas goo.ls on the
same margin as we always sell on.
To the People of Austin and Vicinity.
At a mass meeting of the citizens
held on the 26th ult. the undersigned
were appointed a committee charged
with the duty of advertising and mak-
ing known to the masses of the people
seeking homes health pleasure and
investment of capital the many ad-
vantages offered by our city and sur-
rounding country and if po-sihle put
such agencies at work as will insure a
participation on the part of every
class of this community in the bene-
fits of the greatest era of progress
and prosperity upon which Texas
The causes leadirg our people to
this action are many but so well
known they need not be enumerated
Your committee recognizing them
has rest ondtd to your call. On the
day after its appointment an organiza-
tion was begun which is now com-
pleted. We have entered upon the work
your work .the work of the people of
Austin and its vicinity with earnest-
ness and zeal determined if possible
to carry out the trust you have rt-
posed in us.
We are now ready for work. We
ask you to supply us with the means
wherewith we may accomplish this
work of yours.
We have organized ourselves and
co laborers for Austin's welfare for a
six months' campaign. Mmy of our
public spirited citizeus have rei-ponded
nobly with subscription to be paid
monthly during the next eix nfbnths.
We ask you each and every citizen
to give us your sid by subscribing at
once what you are willing to pay dur-
ing the next six months to this cnuse.
We promice that the woik of the
committee will be economically ad-
ministered and its business conduct
preserved of record so that you may
have at any time an. account of our
It is impossible for us to mnp out or
formulate our work until we know
something of what our resources will
The amount now at our disposal
would only suflice for a scope of work
far beneath the dignity of such a city
Our trust is that each citizen will take
a loyal pride in enrolling his name
with his offering no matter though it
be small upon the roster of helpers in
this grand work.
1 Fellow citizens Austin has done
RLE TTOLIDAY NUMBERS nnd the
load : this year a carload. 1.300 dolls
fancy cups and saucers vases sliavine
and is doing much in her municipal
capacity for herself. She needs now a
work which cannot be so done
calls to you through us. Let
response be worthy of yourselves
i nn vn tioc
J. J. Tobin
J. H. Wakmoth
T. W. Gkegohy
C. H. Leisoi.d
A. P. WoOLDiilDfiE
J. M. Boroughs
C. H. Miller
P. J. Lawless
W. R. Hamisy
WANTED FOR SALE ETC
Adversemems lnuerted in this column
at the rate of 25 cents for four line and 5
cents tor each additional line each inser-
SHALL miloail today car fancy Florida
oranges; finest stock; assorted min Lers
J. terday; Winesap. lie Davi aZioh
choice brands. Mow is your lime "to "rock
up before prices ..dvatice any f urther
Weather beine cool and dry apple lui
keep until (nstoa It. Bertram & Co.
will apply to theTwemyfJecond 1h I T'
of the state of Texas. K Brnnt nf- slatUre
of pension or such oth Xfofof
laud or otherwise . h f. rant of
wisdom andenositvmav V
make. Littleton Nona Carina Pn)er
1890. P. H. Bell. ""ma UK0. 4
i are determined to haw I I vh ? tlie by
foundation rock of the ly whe
Christmas. All the ".""' ? aia oa
UJSertram Co. 'en Wlli be lre.
: ale at $! r nX fTll lTe "ee for
! ba'e per acre this vear a)' "'ukl"K over a
other g(od th rxn"ir?'eii
attractive com lete and self '"'i1' s re
a call K. lierttam ( 0'S dlenP
O And. r3n' f . V.L.t"N-- rom R. T
nor. on Monday nig n" Vs Ma-
nure sixteen j 8th one hay
Ot.e bay orieK i5ve yara old. no
no brand. OneVZ f' Wo 'Veurs old past
wi-h br.ndClfceo hS?B&
One brown horse mule ""."-'uuered.
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