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MARIETTA DAILY LEADER.
VOL. II. NO. 106.
MARIETTA, OHIO, MONDAY, MAY 4, 1896
PRICE ONE CENT.
Favorably on the Amendments
to the Immigration Bill.
Mr. Curtis' Measure Excludes All Blind
People and Cripples.
Alao All Persons' Over 13 Statu or
Aro Who Can Not Itcnd Mnhnny's Bill
Is Chiefly Directed Against tho lu
ll ax or .Canadians and Mexicans.
Washington, May 2. Tho house
Immigration commlttco will favorably
report-bills by Mr. Curtis, of Michigan,
and Mr. Mtfhanay, of Now York,
furthor amending tho immigration
Mr. Curtis' bill excludes blind people
and cripples; all persons over fifteen
years of ago who can not read their
own or tho English language; Cana
dians and Mexicans coming to tho
United States temporarily for tho pur
pose of engaging in any mechanical
trade or manual labor with no inten
tion of becoming permanent citizens.
' Tho bill of Mr. Mahanay is also main-'
ly directed against tho influx of Cana
dian and Mexican aliens and provides
criminal penalties for violation of tho
law. It further provides punishment
for those who have taken out natur
alization papers in tho United'
States for. tho purposo of avoiding
tho immigration restrictions now in
forco and provides that any bucIi citi
zen retaining a domicile in a foreign
country SO days after tho passage of
this act shall bo amenable to its pro
visions. Tho bill further protects tho
interests of tho American sailors on tho
It was passed after spirited debato by
tho committee by a voto of 5 to 4, tho
yeas being Messrs. Tracewoll, of Indi
ana; Howell, of New Jersey; Mahanay,
of New York; Wilson, of South Caro
lina, and Acheson, of Pennsylvania.
Tho na3's were Messrs. Bartholdt, of
Missouri; Barney, of Wisconsin; Buck,
of Louisiana, and Hcndrick, of Ken
tucky. A Strike Probable.
Toledo, O., May 3. On tho best of
authority it was learned Saturday that
a strike of tho employes of tho Toledo
Traction Co. was within tho probabil
ities of tho next 24 hours. Tho men
have demanded 30 cents an hour for
a ten hour day and tho recognition of
tho union, but tho company has refused
both. A meeting is to bo held Satur
day night after tho cars stop running
at which radical action will bo taken
to onforco tho men's demands. Secre
tary Orr, of tho Amalgamated Associ
ation of Street Railway employes will
bo present. ,
-A Waste of Tinier
It's a waste of time tp look elsewhere for a suit to equal the re
m,arkable and attractive line of new and handsome Spring Suits in
all the popular fabrics which "THE BUCKETS " sllows.
$fl lfl In tnis lot are BIack and Blue
vpv.au vicuna Thibet Suits, neat
Gray and Black Pincheck Cheviot Suits,
Harris' MUlls Cassimeres "Txnd Mixed
JkK Fill I" tns lot there are Blue and
MU.UW Black imported Serge Suits,
Fancy Check and Plaid Scotch Cheviot
Suits and the newest patterns in Irish
Mill Hll In this lot are Imported Mix
pil.UU ,urcs rjiagonjj Worsted Suit,
beautiful .Light Colored Worsted, Wool
and 'Silk Mixed Suits, Genuine Imported
English Tweeds and flic famous Riverside
Dark, Grey and Mixed Cassimeres, 'well
made .... '$2.00
All the late Spring Patterns in Stripes
and Checks.. ' English Worsteds and
Tweeds - - - &3.50
OUR MEN'S SUMMER FURNISHINGS.
are unquestionably the finedtj'swellest and lowest priced in'town.
Underwear 'from 25o. up to $3.00 a suit.
Half Hose in Black, Brown and Tan, 10c. a pair. x' . '
Colored Shirts in all th, newest "spring patterns attached and de
tached collars, from '50c. to $1.50. '
The Largest, and MQst Complete Lirio of Stkaw ILvts over shown
in Marietta. Come in arid Uok. No trouble to show'goods. ' '
vGlbthiers,- Hatters smd Furnishers, ' .
Cor. Front and .Butler sts., J 1. , . - , Old P. O. Building.
h ' ' '
A SMALL STRIKE
Among tho Employes of tho Cleveland
Street Railway Co.
Cleveland, O., May 2. A small
Btriko among employes of tho Clove
land Electric Streets railway whloh
threatens, to cover the entire line, was
precipitated Friday by tho refusal of
tho company to tho request ol Chief
Engineer Patterson and fivo''flremen
employed at tho Cedar avenue power
houso to work on tho eight hour plan.
When tho request was denied tho
men quit work, but their places
wcro soon Ailed, and now 15, firemen
aro doing tho work of ?jfo flvo who
struck. Sihco tho strike began all lines
of tho big Consolidated getting current
from tho Cedar avenue power houso
havo not been running on tho regular
schedule, but traffic has not been ma
terially interfered with. Twelve de
tectives are guarding tho power house
No Case Against litem. 4,
Kingston, Jamaica, May 2. Recent
ly a quantity of articles, contrabands
of war, havo been shipped from Ja
maica to Cuba. Upon tho facts becom
ing known to tho authorities tho al
leged snippers oi mo goous were taiccn
into custody, but their rclcaso was or
dered later it being found impossible
to sccuro sufficient ovidence to prove a
caso against them.
Tlo Rebellion In Cuba.
MADMD, May 2. Tho Ilcraldo pub
lishes what purports to be a report of
an interview with Capt. Gen. Weyler in
Havana, wherein Weyler is alleged to
havo expressed tho opinion that it will
require two years to suppress tho re
bellion in Cuba, and that it will bo
necessary to postpone all political re
forms on that island until tho insur
rection is crushed.
Girl Burned to Death.
MoNTiCEi.r.o, N. Y., May 2. Jennie,
tho daughter of Lorenzo Powell, of
Ccntorvillc, was burned to death Fri
day, Iler clothing caught flro from a
bon fire. Mrs. Powell, in trying to
savo tho llfo of her daughter, was so
badly burned about tho arms and
chest that great pieces of flesh dropped
from tho bones. Mrs. Powell's condi
tion is considered critical.
A murderer Suicides.
Sedaija, Mo., May 2. Alonzo Rem-
bough, who fractured tho skull of his
18-year-old brother, Harvey, with a
hatchet Thursday evening, was found
in his father's mill Friday morning
with his throat cut from car to ear.
Harvey had quarreled with Alonzo's
wife and when Alonzo heard of it ho
assaulted tho boy with a hatchet, split
ting tho back of his head open.
War Veteran Head.
Mabybville, O., May 2. Henry C.
Kennedy, aged 89, died Friday morning
of, peritonitis. Ho was a life-long dem
ocrat and had a great war record, Jiav
Ing'been in company F, Thirteenth O.
V. I., for more than four ycarr.
Boys' Long Pant Suits
Good, Substantial, Dark Gray and Mixed
c'""""s " $3.75
Boys' Long fynt Suits
Elegantly made in strictly All Wool'
Cheviots and Cassimeres, Blue, Black and
""" : $5.00
Boys' $3.00 Knee Pant Suits
Fancy Reefer Suits in Blue, Tan and
Fancy Mixed Scotch Cheviots, handsome
ly "braided, sailors collars; size 3 to S.
Boys' $4.00 Knee Pant Suits
. Fancy Summer Cheviot, Sailor Suits, 3
to 8. Reefer Suits in Navy, Brown, big
Sailor Collars, Little Junior Blouse and
Royal Prince Suits.
Of the Colored Coachman At
tacked by Several Depositions.
Mrs. Edwin Post, of Greencastle, Testi
fies in Behalf of Her Brother.
Ills Reputation In Orccncastlo Prior to Ills
Arrest Was Good Jackson's Landlady
Testified That lie Was In Ills Room
rrlday Night Until Midnight.
(Friday's Testimony Continued.)
Crawford took up nnothcr document. It was
tho deposition ot Oliver Lawrence, who said
ho lived In Cincinnati and was a harbor. Ho
know Scou Jackson alter Albion camo to work
at tho Sixth strcot shop. Ho said Albion
raado fun of Jaokson's whiskers Friday, Jan
uary 31, and shaved them off. Frank Brenner
The deposition of Henry Hamilton, clerk of
tho Princeton hotol, Cincinnati, was read as
follows: I remember that a country woman
called with a man at the Princeton hotol Jan.
uary29 The man Inquired about tho prices
and cot a room for her, reporting hor to be a
country girl, with no friends, and wanted to
know it It would bo a safe placo for her. He
registered for her tho name "Mary Harr."
Samuel E. Ewlng's deposition was read
Knows Geo. H. Jackson. On Friday "night,
January 30, 193. hot was at Ewlng's houso from
ntno p. m. to botween ono and two a. m. It
was nearer two than ono o clock. Ho camo to
my houso and stayed until two. Ho
was to . court-martial, and did court
martial, James Smith. Thcro was a
man at my homo who was play
ing tho part of a sick man In tho hos
pital corps. An oftlcer camo to qualify for the
inspection for February 0, 1E08, and that also
served to Impress the day on his mind. Ho Is
a member of tho Caldwell Guards They did
not drill on Friday night, January 31, 1E90.
They drilled Saturday, February 1, at about
8:30 p. m. Thoy left Smith Court and an In
spection tcok placo on Government square.
It was a clear night.
Mrs. Ida Ewlng's deposition was to tho samo
effect Josoph G. Curry's deposition boroout
tho two previous one.
Tho depositions of Jnris Smith, Dlalr Stout,
Edward It. Stanton, Sherman Lawson, John
Ece, George Snothers corroborate tho deposi
tions of tho Ewlngs.
Dr. N. L Fraid. Carl Beckinth and Alice
Beekinth's depositions were to tho effect that
Gcorgo It Jackson Is subject to fits.
Newport, Ky., May !. In tho Jackson mur
der trial Saturday David R. Locke gavo further
testimony as to tho Ucene where the headless
body of Pearl Bryan was found, which did not
materially differ from that ot the witnesses
who preceded him. Soveral moro depositions
were read reflecting on the reputation of
Gocrge IL Jackson, the colored coachman.
Mrs. Edwin Post, tho sister of Scott Jack
son, testified to tho effect that tho prisoner's
reputation in Grccneastle prior to his arrest
Attorneys Andrews and Sbeppard replied to
tho statements mado regarding them by Al
len Johnson, tho colored porter at Walling
ford's saloon. Mr. Androws stated that
Johnson, under tho namo of James Jones,
had been Indicted for prlzo fighting In Ham
ilton. Chief of Police Van Tassel, of Springfield,
made a deposition, which wasjead. Ho said
Jackson's reputation for truth was, not great.
Van Tassel said Jackson claimed to liae
been robbed In Springfield by Wm. Mclvln, a
colored man. Jackson was taken to tho hos
pital. In a day or two he was released, and be
was so apparently truthful in his statement
to tho chief of pollco that VanTosscl had Mel
vin arrested at Washington C IL
Georgo Jackson claimed that ho had
snatched a handkerchief from Melvin's nock
when assaulted. It was proved at tho trial
that Jackson had marked "W. M," on the
handkerchief after ho went to tho hospital
The case was dismissed by tho prosecutor.
"Jackson is so apparently truthful," Van Tas
sel deposed, "that I wrote to Col. Dcitsch giv
ing tho man's record nndVarnJng him' not to
.Miss Ruth A. Gottlelb, a reporter, was
called. Tho purpose of the dofenso seemed to
bo to tnrow a doubt as to the marks of the
rubbers at tho scene of tho finding ot tho body
which sorao spectators son. Miss Gottlieb
said she ran to tho spqj; to get thero before
tho soldiers came. Sho promised to bring hor
rubbers to tho courthouse Monday morning.
Miss Iioso McNevIn, ot the boarding-house
whore Jackson and Walling roomed, was tho
She said that Bhe had lived four years at 222
WestNlnth'streot. Tho house has three flcors
and 14 rooms. She described the arrangement
down stairs. On tho scond llcur aro four rooms
and the bathroom Know Scott Jackson since
January 0. Alonzo Walling rented tho room
for thom January 4. They occupied the room
over tho dining-room on the second floor, and
remained thorcTuntll tho tlmo ot their arrest,
Scott Jackson wore a beard until rrlday
night vhen ho came down stairs to borrow
some Ink. It was January 3a She was sure, at
any rate that It was rrlday night. She had
beard in tho morning that Jackson had been
shaved. Saw Scott Jackson in tho houso Mon
day morning and again Monday evening about
"Did you seo him Tuesday!"
"Yes, ho went out of tho houso botween 8:30
and nino o'clock. I was talking with him In
the hallway upstairs about six o'clock."
lho witness said sho saw Jackson only onco
Wednesday In tho morning
Thursday morning sho saw him going out,
about nine o'clock. Thursday night she saw
him go out about ten o'clock.
"I was sitting in tho dining-room reading
T hursday evening," sho sola "Walling came
In about 8:30 o'clock and gave tho children
somo apples. He sat there awhile reading.
At this tlmo I heard somo ono up in Jackson's
room. Then I heard the footsteps coming
down tho stairs and I thought Jaokson was
coming into the dining-room. Instead ot
coming Into tho dining-room, tho person went
to tho front hall door. To bo sure there
was no mistake I got up and looked out Into
tho hall. It was Mr. Jaokson. Ho was going
out He was gpne about five minutes. It was
about ten o'clock "
"Did vou seo him Friday f"
"Yes, 03 he was going out, about nine o'clock
In the morning, "and again about eliiht o'clock:
.Friday evening, when ho came downstairs. H,
knew he was in his room before that because?
I heard him In his room." Jfe
"What did he say about thohottle of$ikl"
"Ho Just asked to borrow It. Before much1
was Bald about the lnk-wo talked about Jack
son's changed appearance. My sister was ly
loe In the "back parlor Buffering with tooth
ache. Walling had treated her. Jackson
talked with her about 20 minutes. It must
have been nlno o'clock when he went upstairs.
The wltnoss said that footsteps In tho house
can be heard aU oyer It She re
mained in the dining-room until perhaps
10:30 o'clock, Bho was sitting whero
sho could see, tho hall door. It
was her custom to watoh.the irontdoorln
the evening toedq who entered. Scott Jack
son did noVgo out before 10' SO. Tho witness
went to her own room ove'r'Bcott Jackson's
and read until IS o'clock. Tho door to ber
room was open and the house was quiet. Did
not hear anyone leave the houso during tho
time she sat reading; was sure she could have
beard anyone leaving,
Saturday morning the. witness went to cott
Jackson's room to make up tho bed, but some
pnejwos there. ' '
- "How, many people 'slept in tho bed In. Scott
jackaon's room on Thursday night?"
v "On Friday nlghtf"
Ueforo Jackson's arrest at about 2 p. m. on
tho day of tho arrest, two officers or detec
ts cs camo to tho houso for Jackson. They
wcro Detectives Crawford and Schmicks.
Crawford camo first and asked If Jack
son was in. They wero greatly nlormed.
Tbey asked what tho oulccrs wanted. Tho
ladles thought that possibly the students had
brought a machine to fill tcath from tho coi
ls go without permission. Tho ofucors said It
was nothing connected with tho college.
Then Chief Dcitsch and Officer Whlttnuei
camo In, and Whtttaker was ordered to
remain till Jackson returned. Ono of
the officers dropped a hint about
Grccneastle. Mrs. McNevin asked If
It was anything about tho murder. Thoy re
plied that It was only for tho purpose of find
ing out it thoy know tho Greencastle girls.
Whlttakcr wont to tho room of Jackson and
surveyed It Later two otner offlcors came.
Tho officers waited In tho parlor whero thoy
could seo Jackson as soon as they camo In. At
about six p. m. sho asked tho detectives to go
upstairs and look around. .,
Sho thought It was tho proper thing. The
officers asked If sho know which trunk In tho
room belonged to Jackson. Sho said the
trunks wcro opened and lifted tho lid of ono of
them Thcro was a bundle of lottqrs. Ono
was lifted by her or tho officer, she was not
certain. Then they heard tho street doo
slam and sho ran out not want
ing to bo caught In the room.
It uas Walling who camo In. Tho de
tectives went down tho other way. Tho of
ficers then left and did not return tiU about
10 p.m. when they caldthat thoy had caught
Mr Jackson on tho sttoet
"They went over to the station-house. In
15 or 20 minutes thoy all camo back to tho
room. Thero nero two or thrco detectives,
and I can't toll how many newspaper report
ers," said Miss McNotln.
On cross-examination Miss McNevln said
she had been keeping the house for four years.
Prior to that sho had tccn saleslady. Sho
was with C. M. Abbott's store flvo or sir
years, with Butt for one year, then with Ab
bott again, then with Rollman. lastly with
Alms & Docpkc. Tho month of January sho
had about ten roomers She saw Dr Littler
on Monday morning. Ho left about 8 or 8:30
a. m. Tuesday morning ho left nbout tho
She did not seo all her roomers every hour,
but every day. every morning, at noon nearly
all and at night usually. She kept a closo
watch on her roomers "for reasons." She did
not always keep watch on them when they re
turned at night. They had no relation to her
kitchen or dining-room department
Tho reason sho kept so closo a w atch on tho
rooms was because the hall door was open and
all tho roomers placed their things in tho
chargo of tho boarding-house koercr. Tho
reason the doors were kept open was becauso
the students would mislay tho keys', break
them In tho doors, and then call tho people of
tho houso at all hours. Tho object of leaving
houso door oren all night was to let tho room
ers como and go Just tho samo as if they had
Mis3 McKcvIn was then asked to begin with
January 20 and toll where Walling and Jack
son wero every hour of tho week ensuing. She
said she could not Sho could not do this
with regard to tho other boarders. Sho could
tell every hour they camo In and went out, sho
Sho could seo them como in and go out In
tho hall from tho dining-room, which door was
open. Tho dining-room is used for a sitting
room. Not all tho roomers had friends. Somo
of them did. Sho did not know any ot her
roomers any great length of tlmo. Yet, sho
said, sho knew whom they brought in with
She could tell what rocm they went to by
the sound ot tho door. Sho could tell tho
sound of every door In the bouse, she said. It
was her business to watch all comers and go
ers. There weresomo times when sho wasnot
on the watch and thereforo was not able
to sec overy ono coming in and going out Sho
did not- keep a diary or note-book. Sho
claimed she could toll tho movements of her
roomers every day of the week of the arrest,
because Chief Dcitsch and others asked her
to recall theso facts Sho told It from mem
ory, sho said.
Sho said sho flxcd tho date ot Jackson's bor
rowing tho ink becauso a young lady who was
going to a birthday party that night was In
the dining-room at tho time.
Miss McXovln said that on Friday night,
January 31, Jackson, Walling, Fred Albion and
the latter's room-mato wero all In Jackson
and Waiting's room.
Col. Nelson attempted to break tho witness
down, but was unablo to do so
A sensation is "up the sleeve" of tho deten'o
of Scott Jackson: but It Is not known whether
It will bo sprung.
Walling is said to have mado known his
willingness to go on tho stand and testify for,
tho defendant It he does not ho says ho will
tell all he knows when ho is put on trial.
Ono thing ho says ho will tell Is tho namo
of tho doctor Into whoso charge he gave Pearl
Ho says the last tlmo Jackson saw Pearl
Bryan was Wcdnosday, and that ho hlmsolt
saw Pearl Bryan for tho last tlmo on tho
Thursday before the murder.
The Women Gain a Substantial Victory at
tho Alethodlst Conference.
Cleveland, O., May 2. Tho four
women who havo been elected as dele
gates to tho general conference of tho
Methodist Episcopal Church and their
supporters claim to have gained a sub
stantial victory, and tho indications
now aro that when tho question is
fought on tho floor of tho conferenco
Monday tho vjoraen "will como out with
Tho 14 district conferences havo held
meetings and selected committeemen
to ropresent their respective districts
on the committee which will report on
tho eligibility of women to tho confer
ences. Tho result was a comploto
victory for tho women, tho com
mittco now standing 17 to 11
in favor of tho unconditional
admission of women. Rev. Dr. J. M.
Buckley, of Now York city, tho leader
of tho opposition to the admission of
women, was selected from tho second
district, and ho will lead Tho opposi
tion o tho floor of tho conference.
"From tho Eighth district tho clerical
Topt'esJfentativo is Eov. 'Dp. A. M.
G., Kynott, of Philadelphia, ono ot tho
leaders of tho woman's side. Tho com
mittee will mako a majority and mi
nority report on Monday, and then tho
most exciting session of ,tho conference
will bo held. Almost all other ques.
tions havo been lost fight of, and the
business of tho conferenco will bo un
important until the woman question is
Aincrfcau Vessels lixuinpted.
Wabhinoton, Way 2. Word has been
received hero by telegraph unofficially
that tho Canadian government has
adopted nn order in council exempting
American vessels from entry and clear
ance! charges ntv Canadian ports. This
action lis 'tho result of extended diplo
matic intereourso between tho state
department and Great Britain,
l r jp 1 ,
In Smith county, Kansas, stands a
church built of-sod taken from the Bur
A cream of tartar Halting Powder. Highem
of all in leavening strength LaUtl Unitep
States Qoicrnment Food Report,
IlOYAL I'.AKlNO POWDElt CO , 108 Wall St. N.T
New and Interesting Happenings Within
AN IRATE WOMAN
Horsewhips an Actor on tho Stage of a
Columdus, O., May 2. In tho third
act of Othello, by Louis James' com
pany at the High street theater Friday
night, James' leading man, Guy Linds
lcy, was horsewhipped on tho stage in
full view of tho audience by a vt oman
who leaped from ono of tho boxes, whip
in hand. At tho station houso later
sho gave her namo as Georgia Kimball
and said her home was in St. Louis.
The assault was mado at the closo of
the act whero Othello seizes Iago and
chokes him. James was playing Othel
lo and Lindslcy .Iago. James was
dumbfounded. lie stood speechless on
the stage while Lindslcy, recognizing
his assailant, rose to his feet, stammer
ing to James, "This is Qcorgia, of St.
Louis," whilo tho audience went wild
with excitement. Without tho least
interference being mado tho woman
continued to belabor Lindslay about
the head and shoulders. Finally-some
one rung tho curtain down and a
policeman rushed in and placed tho
woman under arrest. Tho play pro
ceeded with tho rest of tho act omitted.
After the play Lindslcy said ho had
known tho woman for some time and
at one time they were quite friendly.
She had no claim upon him but for
some time had seemed to bo infatuated
with him. Ho had been annoyed by
her and was unablo to get rid of her
Sho said Lindslcy vt as formerly her
lover and that they had arranged to
be married, but tho timo was never sot.
Under tho influence of his mother and
his brother he had discarded her. His
pcopro wero very aristocratic and
wealthy rcsidcuts of St. Louis and did
not like her because sho was a country
girl originally, nis scorn had so en
raged her that sho camo directly from
St. Louis to administer the flogging.
She arrived Friday afternoon, having
bought the whip in St. Louis and se
fuirnd n. box for hnr nurnosD. Sho Rat
I back in tho box so he could not sec her,
and at tho point in tho play which she
' had carefully selected sho leaped upon
j the stage and punished him. She
showed a number of letters written to
' her by Lindslcy, tho earlier of which
are full of lovo, but the later ones tell
her that thoy must break off their re
lations. IN A BATH TUB.
J. SI. Crclghton, a Cincinnati Commission
I merchant, Drowned.
J Cincinnati, May 2. J. M. Creighton,
of No. 5 Terrace place. Camp Washing
ton, and formerly a member of tho
live stock firm of Huskell & Creighton,
j but latterly of tho Queen City Commis
' sion Co., was drowned Saturday at tho
. Elm Street clnbhouse, at 1914 Elm
' street, kept by Adam Stocks.
I The man entered tho houso to tako
a bath at 11:30 a. ra., and at 12:10 tho
body was found by John Do Witt, 832
West Ninth street, and William Wag
ner, 1809 Race street, attaclies of tho
club house. It lay in tho tub face
Creighton evidently fell backwards
into the tub after finishing his bath for
tho body was half dressed, no must
havo been seized with a fit.
Of the Ohio Snpreme Court's Decision in
tho SeWer Cases.
Colusibus, O., May 2. Tho supremo
court syllabus in tho case of August
Herrmann ct al. vs. tho strfto ex-rel.
James Cooper, decided last Tuesday, is
"Whero, by municipal authority, a
system of sewers is constructed, with a
-view to assessipg a portion of tho costs
thereof equally upon tho abutting
property, and a portion of tho assess
ments aro paid and a portion suc
cessfully resisted, tho rifle requiring as
a condition to tho uso of tho sewer,
"that thoso who so resisted shall pay a
sum equal to that paid by tho others
toward its construction, is not ivirea
6onablc." Judgment reversed. v
'Caught by a TYiilu on trie Crossing.
UnisicnaviLLE, O.. May 2. Rudolph
Wengen, a dairyman, with Ills 12-yoar-old
fcon Freddie, in a milk wagon, were
crossing tlio Pan-handlo tracks at Ham
ilton's cut "Friday, and wcro struck by
a passenger train. Wengon had his
right leg broken in three places, his
left once, and bad cuts about tho head.
Freddie is slightly hurt.
Decided Against tho Heirs.
Toukostowh, O., May 0. Tho circuit,
court Friday morning again decided
,tho Daniel jhcohy will case against the
heirs. Tho decision will givo between
$60,000 and 870,000 for. the educating of
trio poor children of tho township.
Arrival and Departure of Trains.
rt. jfe n. s.w.
LDBPAnT 0:00 a. ax., 10:10 a. m., 2:00 rrn :ts
pp. m., 7:00 p.m., u :2S p.m. .
Annrvi-gios a. ra., 8:10 a. m 12:25, p. m :8
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Wm. C. Whitney
Ex-Sacretary of the Navy,
and Presidential possibili
ty. He always looks so
smart and stylish that he
reminds us of our fancy
shirt offerings. Every
cloth of sterling value and
genuine elegance is repre
sented this season in large
Cloth of doubtful char
acter we avoid. Cheaper
goods can be had, but bet
ter goods at our prices can
not be had.
As to styles and pat
terns, there is just one
word that fits the case and
that is '-Beautiful." WheD
you see them vou will say
9.0(00503K'0t& ' I
FLOUR Spring patent, $165! 60, eprinff
fancy, 8115a30. spring family, (3.0022.83;
winter patent, S3.7043.D0; family. 82.75(33.50;
extra, 8ZSO&2.S0, low grade, (1.75(2,00; rye.
northwostern, 82.45160: do city. Ji602.70.
Wheat No. 2 red, held at 71c.
Oohn No. 2 yellow, track, 3.2c; No. 2 mired,
Oats Sales: No. 2 mixed track, 20c; No. 3
white, track, 21c.
Hogs Select butchers', Sa 5553. 40, fair tot
good packers, ?aS0&3.35; tab to good light.
S3.40aCO, common and roughs, 81000120.
Cattle Fair to good shippers', S3 2510Qj
good to cholco butchers', 83.7S&1 00; fair to
medium butchers', 812SG1CS; common, SICOJJ
Sueep and Lauds Sheep Extras, 8175;
good to cholco, 83.25(3165; common to fair, $250
125. Lambs Extras, II 85; good to choice,
(4.35Q4.75; common to fair, 150 I 25.
Veal Calves Fair to good light, $10034. 73j
common and largo. 81003175.
Wool Tho market Is quiet and prices rule)
easy, although receipts are not liboral East
cm markets oxhlblt qulto a depressed appear
ance. Top qualities of unwashed H&H wool
quotable at 12lSo per lb; burry and fleece
grown, 56a less.
New YORK, MayZ.
Wheat No.2 red May, 9S69 5-lGc; June,
COHQCOHo: July, 69SCJG9Kc; September, 69HBI
C9Kc; October, 70c; December, 7l!37H(Sc
CORN No. 2 May, 89JiJ35Nc; July. 35JJQ
30c; September, 37!337Hc; No. 2, 3SX&Stc
Oats No. 2, dull; May, 23XQ23Xc; July,
23 15-lC30c; western, 25Q28C.
Toledo, O., May 2t
Wheat No. 2 red, cash, 07Kc; May, e?Ko:
July, Wftc: August, ,0lc ,,
Coon Dull: no trading. y.j
.Pats No. 2 mlxod, July, 20c.
Baltimore, May I.
Wheat No. 2 red epot, 6SMot May. OOKfiL
COMo; July. 63X&6!)c; Augu. C9XQ69XC:
Corn Mixed apc nnd May, 3KMKc;
June, !5c; July, 31ftSUiO: steamer dlxeoi'
!3W33SHci southern whtto corn, 3Co: do ycl
Oats No. 2 white western, G2Syio; .No. 3
Rvb No. 2, 40&4Io near by,
Chicago. 'May 1..
Coils on July wheat opened at C3Ho, sold
betweda B368W0,ilast prloo 63Mobld. Puts
opened at 62Ho, sold between 62X6620, last
Calls on July corn Opened at 8!U'c, gold aC
'ZOKQ&HC last price 0c Puts opened at
29o, sold ot tO2Sc, lastpricoCOJJc.
PrrfasuRon, PoU May t
Cattle Prime, Ii25t35; good, ?1 103120:
good butobers, (3.80! 10; rough fat, (3.003
175; veal calves,-2 00 1.75.
Ilor.s Prime .medium nnd best VorK
rs, 11753180; common to fair Yorkers, tl 60
103.70; heavy, (1.400160; 'roughs, 12.252100.
.Snaer-Primp, tl50(3J.C0; good, 140O3.50
lair, 83.003115; oommon, $1003300; choleo
lambs, H43i 70; common to good lambs, ta
(34.25; spring lambs, 15.008.00.
fJCl-j-ALO, N, Y., May 1.
Castle Prime export steers, (13J4.40;
best butchers, (8.75I3&P0; stockers und feed
ers, 1113150; tveals dull; light common to
extra, M.0O3160. , " ,
Hoasaood weight Yorkers, W60ao5; plga,
e&TQa&75; mixed packers BodsaedlunM, (&
8.86; extras, aB0S.5& '"'
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