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MARIETTA DAILY LEADER.
VOL. IT. ttO. 187
MARIETTA, OHIO, THURSDAY, AUGUST 0, 1896.
PRICE ONE CENT.
Jew Records .Made al, tho fleet
ai Grand Rapids, Mich.
Tlicu rnds Witness Two States "and
One World's Record Lowered.
TVomli-r m Tlmo llntlo In Splto of SHIT
!! . I! ittl J.mvcra tlio World'
'I lir -)'ritii r ii Rormicl fir
O.i.-Tnlr.t Mllo rijlnir Sturt.
Oit..t) JriS. Mich., Aug. 5. Two
status tinn one world's record ;mis oe!
WOW llllt plaid' tluoe tllOllSU.nl pi'O
ple j.owu.1 ullh unlhusiaim ul tlia bl
cyu i. .-s i uesuay. There was a
trXMi IL'.1. blowing from tho m-uMi,
but woiuierlu! time was made In s;i.o
ISald first nvont for this one-third
mile, flying start, world's record of
tiVf -.". niti(!f by V. Hamilton at Coro
nado, fa U. Murch '2, 18!)H. He was
paced by 1.. l,.lohnon, of Clorc'.nnd.
G. D Grant and .1. 'J'. Kspcron, of De
troit, on ti Irirlot.
The crow i Jislrly -held their breath
from the time the pistol was 11 rod until
Eddie dime 'over the tape. His time
-WE.s :..l :-eeoiut:i llal, lowering tlio
ivor d'h record three-fifths of a second.
Ralph b:imberg, of Port Huron, then
Avont ior tho quarter mile world's rec
ord of :::. l-."i. Ho was pneed by a trip
let. His time was :3il flat, which low
ers the state ivcord two-fifths of a sec
ond, "Oannt.n Kill" Eddie then went for
the two-thirds l'nile world's record, lie
made it In 1:13 2-5, which is the state
Harry Hart, of Grand Uapids, then
went for the one-third 'mile (unpaced
standing start) track record, making it
in MO t-3, which lowers the previous
record 1-.") second.
Sanger won the professional two-mile
linndicup by two lengths. He was
scratch man against a field of ten.
Quarter mile open, amateur It. 15.
21 arch, (5 rand Rapids, won. Time
:30 2-5. ,
One mile open, professional V. C.
Sanger, ."iilwaukse, won; We fc .San
ger, .lilwaii.,-c-e, second; (Jien I'.
Thaver Grand Uupids, third. Time,
Two-thirds mile open, amateur II.
H. Marsh, Grand Rapids, won. Time,
One mile, 2::i'J class, amateur E. A.
Morass, fiotvoit, won. TbucSilO 1-5.
Two n,lo hundio-.p, p-ofossional W.
C. Sanger. Milu-.m tee, won; l- A. P.
Ringon'ieime: .V iwauhee, second;
Glenn i' 'thajer, Grand Uapids, third.
j I I he buckeye.
. . 1 1 ..... i i t
, A sweeping out sale in our Ohildren's Department. j
Every lady or gent that ever visited our Mammoth
Ohildren's Department know what an elegant and fash-
ionable line of Boys' and Ohildrens' Clothing there is to
be had at the Buckeye. "We don't want to carry one jEj
light-weight garment over this season; so to enable us to
do this we intend to cast profits aside.
Ohildren's Double-breasted Suits, made of Oxford Oas EE:
simere your choice in five styles, $1.49.
Ohildrens' Junior Suits, all strictly well made, of all S
wool fabrics, such as .worsteds, cassimers, cheviots and
vicuna's, at $2,75; positively worth $4.00
j Boys' Long Pants Suits, aged 10 to 19 years, every jEE
suit perfectly made of good all wool cheviot, cassimero
5 or worsted, lined with Italian serge or good substantial EE
3 farmer's satin. Your choice of nine styles at $5.25; EE
worth $8.00. E
Men's Pants! Men's Pants!
Ilaving just received an enormous amount of Mens'
E Pants, which our buyer bought while in Now York at E
EE less than manufacturer's cost, we divide them in threo E
separate lots, namely:
EE Lot 1 Your choice of black or blue cheviots, gray cas- EE
EE tiraero or Oxford Victory's, at ?1. 25; match therefor. $2.00. EE
EE Lot 2. Consists of cassimers. cheviots, worsteds, etc., EE
EE every pair warranted strictly all wool and well tailored,
worth $3.00; as long as they last, yours for $2.00. ' EE
EE Lot !i. Made up of tho finest woayes of Foreign and Do-
mostic Mills, such as Urlstol Worsteds, Riversides, Clays, zzz
EE genuine Harris Cassimoros, vours for 88,75; none worth
less than $5.00. " EE
jiE I EE
H JUST RECEIVED A now lino of Neckwear that is j
the warmest of the season. Your inspection invited.
EE "Satisfaction or Your Money Back." E
Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers,
E Oor. Front and Butler stg., Old P. O. Building "
jS MARIETTA, OHIO. ' ""
Itnlaen 0.173.000 Tor I'nlvi In tin- llnlti-fl
StntPK I'art, of tlm l'liml on tlm Wiiy.
I'lur.Amil.l'iltA, Aug. 15. An evening
paper says: 'i he Cuban .lunta in the
United Mates this vcoh raised a fund
amounting to S.IT5.000. I'art of the
money has- been changed into gold
nnd is now on shipboird, bound
for Cuba, where it will be placed
in the hands' of the nnieors
commanding the insurgent army. Tho
balance has been retained by the. heaiis
of the junta in Philadelphia and rew
Yftrrt. who will use it in n way that
will best serve the Cuban caus-.'. '! he
contributions were as follows: .1 ai uU
sotiville nnd other sections of Florida,
$100,000; Iew York and Ih-oolclvn, .()..
000: l'hlhideiphin, S2.",000; Raltinioiv,
S10.0SO; V, ns.nrg.on, 510,000; liica
mond, Vu.. r.'i.OOJ; Savannah, (Ja ?.".
000; New Orleans, glo.000; through Chi
cago niul the west. no),000, and from
a number of southern points, 00,001).
Wnnt I'.ry.'i In 'top nt Clinton.
Canto:.-. ().. Aug. ". The! democrat!-,
of Canton who do not favor sound
money, as that phmse is now interpre
ted, are tnle oring to arrange to
have the tra i which carries Mr. Uryan
0 4stw:ii'd stop a few minutes in Can
ton, ihi'v u.t.it Mr. lirvan to make a
short speech, bat lu ha-, not yet inti
mated his wil.ingncs to comply witli
Cim.Mconii:, O., Any r. Hot Grimes,
six year old. found a hott'o of piire
goric in the Cupboard, and liking t'le
taste of the contents, drank abo.it an
ounce of tho of-ia'e. The mother dis
covered the -dp.wsy condition of her
daughter ami medical assistance was
summonei. After four hours the little
child's life was saved.
7Ili tiUl'tn nli-lriH MiUfr D.niocr;th.
(im.M) 1Sai'iii, Mich.,. Aug. 5. A
largclv attended conference of i'i''.
free ilver democrats from all parts o
Michigan was held here Tue., lay. and
Hon. Thomas A Wilson, of Jackson,
wan selected as national committee
man, and 22 prominent democrats were
chosen as advisory delegates to go to
Indianapolis with the coinmittcman.
A TpHt Itnrt;.
Pout Dovkh, Ont., Aug. 5. '1 he
y relit, Canada, which is to compete
in the international race with the Chi
cago yacht, Vanecdor, in a test race
here Tuesday easily defeated two other
10-footers. Scorpion and West Wind,
over a 12-mile triangular course. The
weather was fine.
.o t'fKrr, t'Vlt hi slUron.
AlU'ON, O., Aug. 5, Members o the
Diamond Match Co., in this clti, where
the Harber factories arc situated. s.iy
the failure of the ?!ooro Br it tiers. c
Chicago, will not ail -et th" eoraee-n '.n
any wiiy. except to reduce the pr; eiv,
market quotation of Diaimirtii ri.n.ih
Around the Chicago Exchange
Confidence ill the Intrinsic Value of
tho Diamond Match Stock
In hillt I'plt nml It U r.epnrtutl Tlmt tlio
IJi'iiCcni Villi SijnilU'.itd It In In Pro-
tect 'lhnlr l.ins -LVunrlw .1. ICcn-
neit Scores (ho n.onra Itrotlirrit.
Ciiicaoo. Aug. .- Tho feeling in tho
vicinity of the Chicago stock exchange
was quiet Wednesday morning, the
nei-voit'.riess incident to tho first an
nouncement of the Moore failuro'hav
ing given place to a more settled con
dition. Confidence in the intrinsic
value of the securities involved,'
and of Diamond Mntch especially, is
still felt. Reports of curb sales of "that
stock at 1T0 could not be verified. That
the banks will syndicate the stock at
seme figure protective of their loans is
still lei invert to bo the most probable
course ajter the statement reterrcd to
When addressed regarding what he
thought o the bitr failure Francis J.
Kennctt said: "It is the worst outfit I
ever saw, this Moore brothers game.
Her- is a failure involving probably
,;".0C0.000 nnd no one can get a word of
information. If such a failure had hap
pened on the board of trade or the
New York Stock exchange we would
not have heard the end of it for mouths
and the world would have risen up and
cried out :;g.;itist it. Xo one kno'ws
how bad y the brokers are burned, but
I am titraid home of them are scorched
very badly, not alone on the Moores'
contracts, but because they tailul on,
and no cue can tell where they stand
until stocks are liquidated."
Clirrlc ;. Uentlpy nntl .Juiuch It. S'nuth
Kiitc Accept tilt) Nomination of 1'reitl
ilrnt 'mil Vlci I'rcslilnnt.
Au.ianci:, O., Aug. fl. Charles E.
lientley. of Lincoln, Nob., and James
II. Southg.ite, of Durham, N. C, have
tiled their letters of acceptance of the
1 a ional prohibition party's nomina
tion for president and vice-president,
respectively. Mr. Ilontley strongly
nrges the cause of prohibition and
holds that suffrage without distinction
of sex, is a cardinal principle of tho
party. He then declares the party's
roliey is opposed to the na
tional banking system, and fa
vors government ownership of natural
monopolies, the public school system,
und a juster and more equitable distri
bution of wealth. He denounces tho
Wilson and McKinley tariffs as shields
of the trusts and makes a demand for
general reform of government. Mr.
tsouthgate's letter is not so long as that
of Mr. lientley nnd does not go into an
analysis of the situation. He highly
commends the national party's princi
ples and calls attention to its broad
platform and theoretical reform sug
Washisoto.v, Aug. S. Heretofore
persons carried on tho pay rolls of the
treasury as laborers have done duty as
clerks, and some carried as clerks huvo
done duty in capacities not included
in tho classified service. To cor
rect these irregularities Secretary
Carlisle has instructed the oflleials
of tho treasury to not permit employes
under their control and direction, who,
under the law are not in the classified
service, to perform the duties of offices
or places which are in the classified
service, and not to permit employe
who are in the classified services to
perform the duties of ofHces or places
which are not in the classified service.
Chicago OIhsu Men I"nll.
Chicago, Aug. B, Sprague, Smith &
Co., the large plato and windqw glass
manufacturers failed Wednesday. No
delinito statement can be secured at
this time us to their assets and liabili
ties. The failure was ovideuced by
seven confessions of judgment filed
against them in the superior court. The
aggregate pf these confessions is in the
neighborhood of S100,00(0, and, judging
from the unusually large amount of
preferred claims, tho unpreferred cred
itors will amount to a large sum.
steel Wurkeni Terribly Humeri.
HiiAMincK, I'n., Aug. fl. Wednesday
morning three employes of the Carne
gie Steel company, working in tho
converting department, were terribly
burned. I'eter Conly, aged '10 years,
will die; .Joseph Held, 30 years of age,
and Hobert Krazier, nged 33, were ter
ribly burned on their baeks-nnd may
die. The men wero laborers working
under a trestle. The liquid metal
poured from a jolted metal car on the
trestle above them.
Washisoton, Aae. 6. Ohio Conditions
favorable for local thundor storms and p.rtly
cloudy weataer en tag lakes; Kenerul.y fair In
tlio interior TUurscUy; dean, b'Uk southerly
winds; not so warm Thursday afternoon and
Kentucky Generally fair Thursday and
continued warm southwesterly winds.
West Virginia Continued fair and warm
weather Thursday; southwesterly winds.
Indian!! Generally fair Thurs'day: Slightly
cooler In northwest portion Thursday after
noon; southwest winds.
I'ounil lciu."-,u the Itoad".
Mr. Gilead, O., Aug. 6. Harvey
Platte, until recently has boon an in
mate of tlio Morrow county infirmary,
was found dead Tuesday morning in
tho road near tho residence of J, W.
Borcu, a hulf mile cast of town. It is,
supposed that he was stricken wllh
ttpoploxy.j . ."..
Havana, Aug. 5,, Among tho con
spirators killed in the. house at Vlvorq
,when surprised by thh police wos'tho
bandit Females', who litis succeeded in
escaointr three tltriea from state orison.
1,'ow anil liitcrostlnfr Happenings Within
' Our Borders.
Amos Decker. Alleged Murderer of Ocorrjo
l'istii.AY, O., Aug. 5. Amos Decker,
tho young man who killed Geo. Miles
dvriug a quarrel Monday evening by
shooting him through the stomach,
was captured at 11 o'clock Tuesday
night by two young men from this
city, who were driving near Uawson.
Decker was walking in the direction of
Findlay when they met hhri, and when
they ordered him to get into their
wagon lie said that he wanted
to colne to Findlay and surren
der himself to the authorities.
Ho claimed that he did not
know lie had killed Miles until he ar
rived at Muff ton Tuesday evening,
when some friends Informed him that
Mills was dead nnd that a mob of en
raged citizens assisted by two blood
hounds were on his trail. Ho then de
cided to return and give himself up.
He claims that he only intended to
Ecin-e Miles, as he knew the latter could
whip him in a fair fight. He was trans
ferred to tho county jail so quietly that
a very few persons knew that he was
in custody Tuesday nignt, and the
crowd is still searching the cornfields
and forests southwest of the city.
Decker will probably be removed to
some neighboring city Wednesday to
remove the temptation for a lynching
The rnporn In the i:x-5enator Iden's Case
Suddenly Dlriappenretl. .
Coi.UMl'.us, O., Aug. 5. The startling
discovery was made Tuesday that the
papers in the case of ex-Senator George
Idcn, of Newark, including the indict
ment charging him with olfering S.10 to
Clerk John Malloy, of tho house, in
case the latter would falsify tho vote
on tho Newark encampment bill, the
affidavits and motion for .a new trial
are missing from the flics of the county
The papers in the case of ex-Senator
Abbott, who as well as Idcn was sen
tenced to two years in the peniteu
tiary, also disappeared. In tho latter
case, however, this missing papers
wero found locked up and forgotten in
Judge i'ugh's desk..
Promptly on tho discovery Tuesday
morning that tho papers were missing
Hon. George I.. Converse, attorney for
Senator Iden, demanded that his client
be released from custody. Judge Pugh
refused the demand, and copies of the
missing papers wero substituted in
taking the case to the circuit court.
This substitution was against the pro
test of Attorney Converse and may re
sult in liberating Iden.
IN A STATE OF TERROR.
rifteen Special l'ollccincn Patrol tho Vil
lage of Iterea, ).
Ci.kvki.am), O., Aug. 5. A special to
the. press from Herea, O., says: What
will happen next? Is what tho citi
zens of llerea have been asking each
other during the past 24 hours. Sinco
the dynamiting of one house and tho
firing of another by unknown parties,
the pcoplo of the town have been in a
state bordering on terror. Fifteen
special policemen selected from among
tho best men of tho village patrolled
the town all Tuesday night and no
arrests wero made. A number of sus
picious persons who were found loiter
ing about the streets wero closely
watched. The specials will be kopt on
duty as long as there is thought to bo
any danger of a repetition of the mis
The state of public mind is such that
if auy one is caught trying to repeat
the work of destruction tho county
will have to go to very little expense
Two STen DaBheil to Death at Covington,
O. Others Narrow ly Irapetl.
I'iqua, 0 Aug. 5. Tho scairold on
the school building being erected at
Covington, six miles rrest of here, gave
way Wednesday morning while fivo
men wero at work on it. Emanuel
Fox, of "Marysville, the sub-contractor,
fell sixty feet, breaking his
neck and fracturing his right
shoulder, nnd was dead when
picked up. Ho loaves a wife and fivo
children. Hamer Maddox, of Marys
ville, fell to the ground.'sustaining a
fracture of the skull and a broken jaw.
Ho can not 'recover. John Dollipger
nnd William Deal, both of Marysvilje,
escaped a full by clinging to a chim
ney. George Christian, of Marysville,
and M. Dorman, of Covington, man
aged to hold to a portion of the scaf
fold until they could be rescued.
Attorney General Monnett Holds nn.Ap
propilatlon of S'.!0O,O0U Invalid.
Columbus, O., Aug. C The recent
legislature appropriated for tho con
c. -action of tho new insane asylum
at Massllloji 8100,000 for this year
and SIAO.COO for next year, nnd author
ized tho trustees to enter into con
tracts to the amount of ?50,
000 in excess of tho appropriations.
Attornoy General Monnett Tuesday,
during a conference with Stato Aud
itor Guilbert und Dr. A. 15. Richardson,
ono of the trustees, declared the clause
authorizing contracts In excess of ap
propriations unconstitutional. Tho
trustees havo mado coutracts to tho
amount of 205,000, part of which prob
ably will havo to bo annulled.
uet nlity WaysTn" Jail.
Coi.UJJBUS, O., Aug. 6. Alva Robin
eon and Anna E. Stout, tho Parkers
burg, W, Va., couple who eloped to
this city, and wero pursued hero by
Mrs. Stout's, husband, wero given 00
days in jail here Yedncsday by Judgo
"fD' -. -. t . ,-.1
A cream of tartar Baking Powder. Illgnosl
of all in leavenlm? strength. Lalttt United
Statei Oovernment food Report.
Kovai. Baking Powdek tJo.. 100 Wall St.,N.'y
Gathered rrom All l'urtii of the Country
This democrats of the Third Iowa
district Tuesday nominated lieorgo
Stnelile, of Karlville, Delaware county,
Fred Mover, in charge of the gar
bage dump, s.-ven miles from Omaha,
Xeb.', was killed Wednesday morning
The First Maine district democratic
convention Tuesday afternoon nomin
ated for congress ex-Mayor lid ward W.
Staples, of Mddeford.
Li Hung Chang, the Chinese viceroy
who is visiting Kngland as the guest of
the nation, Wednesday visited the queen
at Osborne house, Isle of Wight.
Robert Frazer, the old time comedian,
scenic artist and author, who was
stricken with paralysis bnturduy, died
at the New York hospital early Wednes
The democratic convention for tlio
liighth congressional district of Mis
souri, mot Tuesday, and mado
Hon. R. P. Mand the nominee of the
Highth district, by acclamation.
John L. Jones, of Toledo, and Wade
Watts, of Kansas City, fought n limited
number of rounds at Toledo, O., Tues
day night for a purse of S'J.-jO. Jor.es
was awarded a decision at the end of
the third round.
Dubois Freres, denier in retail dry
goods. Montreal, assigned Wednesday
with liabilities of over 100.000. Tho
Robert Forsythe marble works also
made an assignment Wednesday with
..S.Hrundige, jr., of Searcy, was nomina
ted for congress Tuesday on the fourth
ballot by the democratic convention of
the Sixth congressional district at
Mammoth Springs, Ark., over Gen.
Robert Neil, the present incumbent.
At tho Island llieycle track, Robert
Thompson, of Toronto,Ont., in a match
raco with Lou Ilonscll, also of Toronto,
rode the first heat of a half mile raco
in 50 seconds flat, thus establishing a
new world's record for that distance.
It is stated that the various European
courts have- received, letters from mem
bers of tho royn'l'family of Greece say
ing that King'George will probably
abdicate in favor of Crown Prince Con
stantino, duko of .Sparta, if the pow
ers compel Greece to desist from her
aspirations to make the "island of Crete
a part of the Grecian domains.
''.&" POLITICAL NOTES.
The Sixteenth Illinois district popu
list congressional convention nomi
nated J. D. Hess, of Pike county, for
George L. Vance, of Joliet, 111., was
nbminated for congress by the popu
lists of the Twelfth district.
John J. Jenkins was nominated for
congress by tho republicans of the
Tenth Wisconsin district.
At Winterset, In., Congressman Hull
was renominated by the republicans
for his fourth term.
Thc7 populists of Henry county,
Geofgld.'meVuind passed resolutions
prqmisinjjt0;suprort Uryan if Smvall
is taken$Vo'ff;the ticket. Otherwise
they call for anpther national conven
tion to nominate a straight populist
Tho Sixth Iowa district republicans
met at Ottumwa Wednesday afternoon
to nominate a candidate. It is almost
certain that Maj. John F. Lacey, tho
present incumbent will be the unani
Tho meeting of the gold standard
democrats, which proposed to hold at
Concord, N. II., Wednesday, failed to
Guthiui:, Ok., Aug. 5. The demo
cratic aud populist territorial confer
ence committees agreed on a plan of
fusion at a meeting held at Guthrie,
Ok., Wednesday morninir.
Killed hy a 1'reinnturu KxploKlon.
Hl.UKKIKI.D. W. Vu.. Aug. 5. At
Rocky Gap Wednesday morning Miko
Ryan, Robert Walker aud James Hicks
wero quarrying stone. They put in a
heavy charge of powder. The fuse, as
they thought, had gone out, nnd 'they
went to reploco it with another one,
when the blast went oil, killing Ryan,
fatally injuring Hicks and putting out
ono of Walker's eyes.
Cnn Not Sorro as Jurors.
Chicago, Aug. 5. Judgo Wludes
Wednesday morning refused to permit
Mrf. K. I). Michuer nnd . Mrs, M. F.
Stafford to servo as juror3 in the crim
inal court Theso are the women who
on Monday last wero conditionally ac
cepted by Judgo Hortou and who were
directed to appear for service Wednes
day in Judgo Windes' court.
Wasiiingtqn, Aug. 5. Tho president
Wednesday appointed tho following
named postmasters: Mary A. Mitchell,
llatesvlllo, Ind.; George II. Gilbert,
Reed City", Mich.; Win. U. Healyi Fon'
da, lur ft"'
Arrival and Departure of Trains.
n. & o. s.w.
Depaht 8:00a. in., 10:10 a.m., :00 ra H
p. m., 7:00 p. m., 11:23 p. m.
Ahuivk 3:00 a. m., 8:10 a. m., 12:25, p. m., ItK
p. m,, 0:40, p. m., 8:55 p. m.
T. & O. C. EX.
2.10 p.m., 9:00, 1'.CO a.m
IMS, 12:15 p m. 7:30 a.m
C. &. M.
Leave 8:25 a.m. 2:55 p. ra
ARiirvE 11:15 a.m., 7:05 p. m
Leave 6:20 a, m., 2:40 p. m
AitiuvE 10:10 a. m., 6:65 p.m
O, It. It. It. (Eastern Time.)
South 0:84 a.m.; 3:03.7:3.1 p.m
NoitTH 12:32,3:50a.m.; 7:27 p.m
t FREE SILVER 1
j 16 to 1
m Does the majority of our
6 people want it? Thatques
f will be settled Nov. 1, 1S9G
4 FREE TICKETS
It is unnecessary to ask
if the people want them.
Of course they do.
ONE TICKET with ev
ery suit Child's, Boy's or
Man's. Buy your clothing
at reduced prices before
Cincinnati, Aug. 5.
FLOUlt Spring fancy, $110a3 30. sprlny
family. 6iS0B:.8S; spring patent, fl63Qat0:
winter patent, J.45&3 7S; fancy, SI803aiO;
family, i0SS.73; oxtra, iC05t2.3J, lowcrate,
$1.7522 to, rye, northwestern, $2.4532.60; Co
Wiikat Sales: Jo. 3 red, track. 58VJo; re
jected ted, 53c: sample red, track, 69c.
Coun Sales: Yellow ear, trade, '.'Oc; mixed
ear. track, 24;: unite oar. track, 25c. No. 8
white, track. 2TMc,
Oats Sales: Rsjectcd white, new, traclr,
19c: Nc. 3 mixed, track, 17tfc; rejected mixed,
ItVE Sales: No. 2 to arrive, 3.'c.
Hogs Select butchers', S3B5Q100; fair to
cood packers', J145S3 55; fair to good light,
3 50&3.G5, common and roughs, $2.75(&1 15.
CATri.E Fair to good shippers. 1101(3115:
choice. H25: good to choice butchers. 8185
4.15, fair to medium butchers, i.U5(J3.75;
common, tl 253.0a .w
Sheep ami Lamus Market arm. Extras.
taisaa 15; good to choice, Sil03.l)0; common
to fair, JI.25SJ2.25. Lambs Extras, J5.S535.E0:
good to choice, S4.50JJ5.I5: common to fair, $2.50
Veai. Calves-Fair to good light, $5,253
a00, common and largo, $a2535.oa
Wool Unwashed, lino merino. O&lOc per
lb.; quarter-blood clothing, 12313c; medium,
delaino and clothing, 133133; braid, 11012a:
modlum combing, l3&H:i washed tine merino,
X to XX, 12c; medium clothlnir, 143I5o: delaine-
tleece, 14&15c; long combing, 15.lCc;
quarter-blood and low, 12&13ct common
New Youk, Aug, 5.
Wheat No. 2 red, September, tajia
f4 0-I6o. October, 04-LJ(30i3-lCc. December,
Cons No. 2. Sl!i3?lf c: September, 31c.
Oats No. 2, western, 23KB31c; September,
Toledo. O., Aug. 5.
Wheat No. 2 red cash nnd August, Olyo:
September, C5?ic; Decombor, 07;o, No. 3 red
CoitN No. 3 mixed, cash, 25tfc; No. 3 yel
Oais No. 2 mixed, cash, 20c, May, 21 'ic.
Rye-No. 2 cash, 32tfoi No. 3 do. 28Kc. '
Chicago, Aug. 4,
CalW on September wheat opened nt 59JO
(f'ic, last price 6Cia Puts opened at tUfio,
last prlco 58,'tc.
Calls on September corn opened at &Kc,
last Drlco 5jc. Puts opened at 25o, last pries '
Aretln Kt jlilon C'rv' biIiljnjm.
'i,imos, .Nonviiy. Aug. 5. ihearc
tio xj edition lnuded by Sir Martin
Comvi'v "' "l'& rephow, has accom
plished tlio first errtssingtif Srdtzlvrgen
U om cast U west In the central por
tion of t lie island iwas found n vastica
' ' . , r
Katche., Miss.,, Atig' Lata Satur
day night t( IJegrs wero drotvnod
by this upsetting ?fjti skiit in 'which
they wero tJttcEBptUg to cross Tensa
river. ", is ' '