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Those consulttng theiw report wül remember that some of the articleí quotod here are subject to rapid fHiotuation. Corrected reguhirly to ThurfwJay t the curren t week. Oorn-per bu 40 Wbeat, " 90 Oats, " 23 Ky , " 4Ï Barley, - 66-75 Beans, " 75 Oriions, ' 60 Vot atoes f0 Butter, per 1b 14 Honey, " 10-1? luilow, ' 2'i-2?L Lard, " 6 Pork, " $1.25 Beef. " 6-75Í Chickens," 7-8 Hides, " 8 Eggsperdoz 17 ('lover Seod 82 90 Timothy Seed il 30 Veal 7-8H Mutton 7 Lamb 8-9 Turkeys.- H-12 How do the old soldiors like the present administriition? If the Deniocrats had done what the Repubücans re doing we would never iïear the end of it. "Half the pensioas on the rolls," declared Commissloner Evans, "have been obtained fraud." Another official high up says: "Fraud runs riot all through the pension system. Perjury is the foundation stone. and the íeellng exists all over the country that it is no more false swearing to help an old soldier secure a pension through false testlmony tiian it is lylng to cheat the tax collectoi in making a false return of o.ue's pr perty. Yearly the pension rolls are growing Iarger and yearly the propurtiou of frauds is swelling." ïhey propose to purify the list and severa! ola vi'ts in Harbor Xprings may get it in the nock.- IlarboT Springs .Standard.


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