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MARIETTA DAILY LEADER,
VOL. II. NO. 188
MARIETTA, OHIO, FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1896.
PRICE ONE CENT.
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Trouble of a Serious Nature Fo
mented in Spain,
Particularly in Valencia, by Agents
of the Cuban Insurgents.
Sympathy for Cuba (Irons Stronger The
Chmnbor of Deputies Awakes to the
Fact That Unclo Sam is Not to
lllamo for Hostile Feeling.
MAdkid, Aug. 0. Trouble of a seri
ous nature Is being fomented in Spain,
particularly in the province of Vulen
cia, by agents of the Cuban Insurgents.
The minister of tho Interior, Sonar
Cos-Uayon, replying to :i question in
the chamber of deputies, admitted that
a. number of riots had occurred in
Valencia, and when asked to explain
tho causu of tho disturbances,
said they were caused by friends of tho
Cuban insurgents, who hoped thereby
to prevent tho departure, of further rc
inforeejnents of troops for Cuba. Hith
erto tho popular demonstrations havo
been attributed entirely to protests
ugainst tho imposition of new taxes, a
btep made necessary by tho ilnancial
strain the government lias been sub
jected to through carrying on tho cam
paign against the insurgents of Cuba.
Jiut, while tho governmnet is only wil
ling to admit that tho riots havo been
instigated by the agents of the Cuban
revolutionists, it is generally admitted
that tho roots of the trouble arc much
deeper, and that it is being nourished
"by tho natural feeling of alarm and
dismay at tho apparent utter inability
of tho government to cope witli tho
situation in Cuba. That tho largo
Spanish army in Cuba must bo still
further and heavily reinforced is look
ed upon here as being a confession of
weakness upon tho part of tho adminis
tration and as an admission of tho
growing strength of tho Cubans.
In addition, many letters havo been
received in different parts of Spain by
tho relatives of Spanish soldiers serv
ing with the army in Cuba, and they
tell such terrible tales of sickness, pri
vation, incompetency and mismanage
ment, to say nothing of lack of pay,
that a dangerous feeling against the
government has arisen and is gaining
strength day by day. Under tho cir
cumstances tho agents of tho Cubans
do not havo much difficulty in carrying
out their plan of causing popular out
breaks. They steadily fan the ilames
of discontent by pointing to tho ap
parently unnecessary hardships which
the Spanish troops in Cuba are com
pelled to endure.
The Spanish officials, as usual, are
blaming tho United States for tho trou
bles in this eountrv. bnsintr the nssor-
I The Buckeye.
A. sweeping out sale in our Children's Department.
s Every lady 'or gent that ever visited our Mammoth
55 Children'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
light-weight garment over thiB season; so to enable us to
do this we intend to cast profits aside.
SB Children's Double-breasted Suits, made of Oxford Oas
simere your choice in five styles, $1.49.
Ohildrens' Junior Suits, all -strictly well made, of all
5 rr: wool fabrics, such as worsteds, cassimers, cheviots and
; vicuna's, at $2.75; positively worth $4.00 -
Boys' Long Pants Suits, aged 10 to 19 years, every
suit perfectly made of good all wool cheviot, cassimere
5 or worsted, lined with Italian serge- or good substantial
farmer's satin. Your choice of nine styles at $5.25;
S worth $8.00.
Having just received an enormous amount
5 Pants, which our buyer bought while in Now
less than manufacturorVcost, we divide them
separate lots, namely:
SEE Lot 1 Your choico of black or blue cheviots, gray cas-
; f.lmero or Oxford Victory's, at 81.25; match therefor, 52.00.
BE Lot 2. Consists of cassimers, cheviots, wprsteds, etc.,
r ovory pair warranted strictly all wool and well tailored,
zzz worth f.S.OOj as long as thoy last, yours for J2.00.
3 Lot II. Made un of tho finest weaves of Foroicn and Do-
mesne Mills, such as llrlstol
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3.. genuine Harris Cassimeres,.
3 loss than ?5.00.
31 . ,
U JUST RECEIVED A new line of Neckwear that
the warmest of the season. Your inspection invited.
"Satisfaction or Your Money Back." 3
S3 Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers, 3
JH Cor. Front and Butler ets., Old P. 0. Building jjj
U marietta, onto. "
tlons mado on tho fact that among tho
leaders of tho recent riots was Dr. Her
nado Toledo, said to bo an American
citizen, whoso brother is in command
of a force of Cnban insurgents. It is
claimed that money, arms and ammu
nition wero served out to tho rioters
from tho house which he occupied, and
a search of tho building Is said to havo
resulted in tho discovery of a number
of letters from tlio United States, Cuba
and Argentine Republic, showing that
tho outbieaks hero havo been planned
by tho leadors of tho Cuban Insurgents
and that the movement Is widespread
and capable of assuming most serious
IN A PANIC.
Tho Ground (liven Way at Mansfield, Mo.
Kirltnl Ncgrnea Lcnilng. tlio Country.
MAN-snr.M), Mo., Aug. C The peoplo
in this section of tho country ar? be
coming much alarmed over what ap
pears to bo tho gradual sinking of tho
earth in certain localities. It has been
little more than a year ago since a
wholo field fell an average of little
more than two feet. Within the lust
two week's the ground has become very
dry for want of moisture, and as a re
sult crevices, some of which aro a foot
wide, have appeared in the earth.
Eight miles south of here, in Douglas
county, thero is a very noticcabl'c de
pression of several inches covering
more than a section of land.
Another evidence of this inexplicable
phenomena occurred in Texas county
a day or tv. o ago, when a sudden sag
ging of the earth swallowed up a horse
while hitched to a plow, and It was
with difficulty that the driver saved
himself. These strange occurrences
seem to come periodically with certain
seasons. Nobody is able to advance ii
reasonable theory for tho existenco of
such a stato of things.
Tho Negroes have bceomu so wrought
up over the matter that many of them
are leaving the country. They declare
that it is an indication of the early ar
rival of the judgment day.
Will Drop the Deal.
Houoinox, Mich., Aug. 0. Owing to
the unsettled condition of finances and
the uncertainty regarding tho future
American money standard, the Euro
pean capitalists who hold options on
tho four idle copper mines south of
Houghton, will drop the deal when the
options expire next month. The con
solidation would have interested near
ly 31,000,000 capital and would have
given steady employment to 000 men.
Craed With :rlof.
St. I.OUIS, Aug. o" When Mrs. .1. 15.
Tucker, whoso husband killed himself
in tho Liudull hotel Wednesday, re
turned and found him dead, bho became
frantic and threatened to take her own
life. The crazed woman rubbed from
the hotel and the police have not been
able to find her.
Men's Pants! i
of Mens' S3
York at 3
in three S3
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vours for t'i.ttf,
With the Brown Hoisting Works
Trouble at Cleveland.
The Central Labor Union, at a Meet
ing1, Decides it to Be Unwise
At This Time to Tnko Part In the Slrlke-
Tho Mayor to Up Knjolnoil l'rnm Using
tho Police unci Military to Protect
tlio Hoisting WorliH.
Clkvllani), O., Aug. 0. After a lonjr
session AVedncsday night tho Central
Labor union decided that it would bo
unwise just at this time to call a sym
pathetic strike, on account of "tho
IJrown Hoisting work-, trouble. The
Central Labor union, however, pledged
itself to aid in every way tho strikers.
A secret session of tho labor lead
ers was held Wednesday night and
after hours of discussion with attorneys
retained for the purpose, papers were
drawn and will bo presented in court
Thursday as soon as it opens asking
for an order restraining Mayor B. Mc
Kisson from using tho police and mili
tary to protect the IJrown works, on
tho grounds that he i incurring un
necessary cost for tho tax payers.
CHILD'S HEAD CRUSHED.
It Played Too Near a Pet I.lo'i Ilorrlblo
Traceily nt Chlllleothe, O.
Ciiii.i.icoim:, O., Aug. 0. A horrible
accident occurred at tho fair grounds
Wednesday afternoon. A portion of
Hagonbeck's animal show occupies the
tent just inside tho gate, and a big lion
was chained in front of tho tent as an
Eddie Hurd, the two-year-old son of
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Hurd, who have
charge of the show, was playing near
the lion, llio brute watched the child
as he qame nearer and nearer, and
finally, with a movement quick
as lightning, seized the child's
head in its jaws. The boy's father
and mother were standing near by and
a great crowd of peoplo was in front of
tho tent. Women fainted and condi
tion reigned supreme. Tho father
sprang on tho lion and with the great
est dilliculty forced tho beast to open
its jaws. The top of the child's head
had been crushed.
A panic followed among tho crowd
surrounding tho tent and the peoplo
who were inside watching tho show.
It was at once reported that tho lion
was loose, and it is a miracle that no
one was seriously injured In the stam
pede that followed.
Another child happened to bo in the
cage with the other lions during her
turn at tho time of the accident, and
was rescued from tho angry brutes
with great difficulty. They smellcd
the blood, and became excited at once.
Their constant roaring alarmed tho
crowd in the grounds.
Mr. Hurd picked up the lifeless form
of his boy and bore it into tho tent
There was a great cut on tho forehead
where the lion had first struck down
its prey with its paw, and around tho
top of the head wero terrible wounds
made by tho beast's strong teeth.
Tho skull had been crushed. Mrs.
Hurd was frantic- Her screams echoed
through tho grounds for half an hour.
Sho seemed utterly crazed by the acci
dent. Mr. Hurd wab employed by Hagen
beck to do the talking on tho outside,
and his wife posed as tho snake charm
er. The child had been left near tho lion
by a Negro servant, who had been sont
to got a bucket of water, and which
somo one remarked to the mother that
It was playing dangerously near tho
lion, but she replied that there was no
danger, as the lion was perfectly gen
tle and would not harm any one. An
instant later tho tragedy occurred.
I he lion was a great pet and had
never been known to attempt to injure
any one before. It was an especial fa
vorite with Hurd, who patted it every
time he passed it, going in and out of
No Letter Ilccelved Prom Prof. Tnrr.
Gi.OL-ci:sTEit, Mass., , Aug. 0. The
statement that a letter had been re
ceived in this city from Prof. Ralph S.
Tarr, of Cornell university, off the
Peary expedition, and that the vessel
on which they sailed was jammed in
tho ice on the Greenland coast, is with
out any foundation whatever. Prof.
Tarr'b father said Wednesday evening
that no letter of recent dato had been
Pleasure. HUrtnu-r Itun Doitn,
CmcAno, Aug. (). Tho pleasure
steamer Hawthorne, plying on Lake
Michigan between tho parks, was
struck by tho Goodrich liner Iowa, in
the outer harbor Wednesday night.
Tho Hawthorne was cut in two and
sank almost immediately. Sho carried
but fve passengers, and these, together
with tlm crew, wero taken on board
Tho Carlisle's to Vltii tlio President.
Washington, Aug. 0. Secretary and
Mrs. Carlisle will leave hero Friday
next to visit tho president and Mrs.
Cleveland at Buzzards Hay, Mass. It
is suggested that the president and Mr.
Carlisle may desire to confer cm politi
cal matters and that Secretary Olney,
who is summering in tho immediate vi
cinity, will be called into tho confer
ence, The Weothcr.
WAsmsqTOS, Aug. a For, Ohio Partly
cloudy anther with conditions favorable for
local, thundor stoma FrlCay; not bo warm
Frldayt light to fresh southerly to westerly
For West Virginia Flr Friday., followed
by local sbowers; slightly cooler Friday after
noon; southerly ,ylnd.-
For .' Kentucky Generally 'fair Friday wlta
conditions favorable for' local thunder storms
rrlday'Blterooon' ornIrtt:.nnthBrlT wln.i!
slightly cooler Friday aliernoon.
I For Indiana Generally tair Friday) yarl
mriiuui miany soikeTjy..
Kow and Interesting Happenings Within
, Our llurders.
Afraid of Asnilimtlon if He Surrender)
to tlm Officer.
Coi.UMiiUb, O., Aug. (!. A fend lias
developed between the Martin and
Cramlet families In IJrown county.
Some ucck.s ago tho wlfo of .lames
Martin, a farmer, told him that .lames
Cramlet, a young neighbor, had insult
ed her. Martin, armed with a knife,
met Cramlet and the hitter's brother,
William, in the load. He uttacked
Jnrnes and tried to stab him. They
clinched and foil to the ground. Hill
pulled Martin oft' tho lormer's brother,
und then .lames shot Martin in the
neck' with u revolver. Tho wound was
a very slight one. James was arrested,
but got oft ou a technicality of law.
It is charged that William Cramlet
has since shut at Martin. A warrant
is now out for William, charging him
with shooting to kill. James' Cramlet
has appeared at the courthouse and
told the sheriff that his brother, who
is in hiding, i.-, anxious to give himself
up, but that he fears Martin and his
friends will murder him when he ap
pears before the country justice of tho
peace for a trial. The .sherlli told
James to have his brother sui render
and that he would furnish a posse to
protect him if there should be any in
dications of violence.
Of the riftli Kelment, Mint In tlio IIlRlit
Thigh, nt Cleveland.
Ci.r.vi:r.A.M), O., Aug. . Private
Perkins, of Company II, l'lfth regi
ment O. X. O., doing duty at the I.rown
works, was shot in the 'middlo of tho
right thigh some time 'Ihursday. Offi
cers and men of tho regiment are reti
cent concerning the shooting and
either decline to talk or profess ab
solute ignorance of any such occur
rence. Two stories are current. One
given out by a soldier is to tho effect
that Private Perkins was accidentally
shot while fooling with a revolver a't
four a. m. Thursday morning. An
other account is that Perkins with
three other men under charge of Cor
poral Trait did duty all of Wednesday
night in front of :!17 Kirtland street.
The premises were stoned last week
and again Tuesday night for harboring
four of lirown's present employes. Tlfti
landlady asked for military protection,
Her son was introduced! to the guard
of four men, and he is sure ono'of them
was Perkins Corporal Trait took his
men awa aV7 n. m. On the southeast
corner of Kirtland nnd buperior streets"
stands the retreat home. The Kirtland
street side is enclosed with a high
board fence. It is reported Perkins
was snot tnrough a hole in this fence
as he was marching back to lirown's
ISordcrlnjj on Fanaticism Dot clops Near
Ni:i.60N-vn.i,n, O., Aug. i;. New
Pittsburgh, a mining camp a few miles
from this city, is the scene of a most
intense religious excitement, border
ing npon fanaticism. Tho leaders
claim to be in personal communica
tion with the Lord and act under
instructions from Him. Excite
ment is so high that families have
been broken up and numerous
fights have occurred over the matter.
The people have tried every way to got
rid ol the fanatics, but failed. War
rants wero sworn out Thursday for the
arrest of the leaders, Mart Searls and
his two brothers, nnd when arraigned
before tho justice they were furious
nnd denounced tho court in the most
bitter terms, insulting the justice
in tho highest manner, even climb
ing npon tho desk and bpitting
upon him. The trio was finally
landed in jail and Mart was taken to
the Athens asylum and tho others will
burely follow. Their follow ers number
about 150, some of whom have given up
as high as S150 each upon being con
verted. The more conservative nennln
predict that tho troublo will end in
The Columbus Itaccs.
Columbus. O.. Aup. (I. The linnsimi-
ly hot weather brought generally fast
time at tho Columbus Drlvino- nark
races Wednesday, but no records wero
1 1 m,. .. ...
uruKi-u. auo weatner was excellent
und tho track fast. The average timo
of tho day's races is probably tho best
ever mado in ono day sinco harness
racing began as a sport. The attend
ance was very !arge.
Kaln and Klectrloul Storm.
Columhus.O., Aug. 0. A Press. special
from SpriDgfield, O., says the severest
rain and electric storm of the season
broke over that city Thursday morn
ing. Water stood a foot deep on tho
main street of tho city, and many
persons and horses won stunned by
tho terriile discharges of lightning
which struck about tho city, but no
one was fatr.lly hurt.
United fitfltes Hmintnp Rnnln, fa.. !!....
Skattle, Wash., Aug. 5. A commit
tee recently appointed by tho Honry
M. Teller club, of Seattle, for tho pur
pose of ascertaining tho position of
United States Senator Squire, who is
in Now York, in tho present campaign,
received a roply to their inquiry Wed
nesday afternoon in which he, without
qualification, declares foi' llryan and
The Chicago Lvo I)rll shoot.
Chicago, Aug, 0. Tho team contest
In the Dupont live bird shwtlng
tournament took placo Wednesday at
Watson's 1 ark, some close and excel
lent scores beingmadc. Thp Illinois
team, No, a, nnd Uip lown Indians
pred the highest 40 each, and $8
points were. ..ypreuby "Pittsburgh.vtJbe
fcuimuor club 4nd tfj Otfio tau.
A cream of tartar Halting Powder. Highest
or all lu leavening strength Latett unlteo
males Government food Report.
KOVAI, IlAKINO I'OWDEH UO . 100 Wall St.,N.V
CJ.ithcred From All I'urts or tlio Country
The American line steamer St. Paul
has eompletcd her overhauling and
left the (Iraving deck, Southampton,
13np., Thursday morning.
Tho Vorwaerts, of Herlin, says that
Prof. Mendel, a specialist in mental
diseases, lias gone to St. Petersburg,
whither he was summoned by the im
At Alma Center, Wis., lightning
struck tho Alma Center hotel Wednes
day morning, burning it, with several
other small buildings. Loss 510,000;
Postmaster (leueral Wilson has de
cided not to take any part in the cam
paign, lie will sail for Europe on Oc
tober 13 and will remain for about two
months, lie will be accompanied by
Joseph, Daniel and Catherine Can
nole and John McNamara, poor farm
ers near Anthony, la., wero notified
Wednesday that by the death of their
hull brother, Win. MoNamara, of liutto,
they have fallen heir to a fortune of
The North German Moyd steamer
Spree, irom New York July 'iS for lire
men, arrived at Southhampton at 9:50
o'clock Thursday morning. Cipt. Wil
ligerod reports that the steamer was
delayed ::0 hours by her machinery
bearings becoming overheated.
The residence of I.ucy Parsons, of
anarchist fame, Chicago, was destroyed
by lire Wednesday morning. Mrs.
Parsons had a largo library, the collec
tion of her husband, and there wero
also in her possession many relics of
Tarsolis prison and other experiences.
Hiram 15. bwarr, ono of tho oldest
members of tho Lancaster county (Pa.)
bar, died Wednesday morning, aged 73
years. He was postmaster of Lan
caster City under Presidents Pierce nnd
Iluchanan, und was executor of tho
estate of President Iluchanan. At ono
time he was prominent as a democratic
Ex-(5ov. (ieorge T. Anthony died at
Topeka, Kas., at 10:35 Wednesday
night. Ho had boon ill about threo
weeks. He was governor of Kansas
from 1ST" to 1S70 and was appointed
superintendent of insurance by Gov.
Morrill, which office he held up to tho
time of his death. He leaves a widow
and ono child.
A disastrous conflagration visited
Jlamsey, 14 miles south of Pana, 111.,
on the Illinois Central at an early hour
Tuesday morning, destroying tho ma
jor part of the business portion, includ
ing tho Fayette county bank. Tho
los3 w ill reach 880,000 with 5,000 in
surance. Origin of the fire is hupposed
to b2 incendiary.
Jake tiaudaur, the oarsman, sailed
Wednesday on tho steamer Paris, of
tho American, line, for England. Ho
is to row James Stansbury, the Austra
lian, for the championship of tho world
on September 7 next. Tlio distance
will be four miles, from Putney to Mort
lake, for 81,250 a side, tho winner to
take-in trust the Sportsman cup.
Tlio body of J. H. Tucker, a stock
man of Kansas City, Mo., was found in
a room in tho Lindell hotel, St. Louis,
at threo o'clock Wednesday afternoon
with the throat cut from car to ear.
Ho had evidently been dead several
hours. He came from Kansas City on
July 23, and was at one time regarded
as wealthy. The cause of the suicide
is unknown. .
Democratic Central Committee Meeting.
Columuus, O., Aug. 0. A call has
been issued for a meeting of tho demo
cratic stato central committee hero on
August 11, to fill the vacancy on the
ticket and to choose an execu.lvo com
mittee to conduct tho campaign.
Wanted for Larceny,
Lima, O., Aug. H. On advices re
ceived from Jamestown, N. V., officers
here arrested Herbert Newton, ayoung
lean 23 years of aire, on the chnrn-n nf
larceny. Ho accompanied tho sheriff
to Jamestown Thursday afternoon
without requisition papers.
Ilascball Games I'ostponed.
Cor.UJiiius, O., Aug. C Owing to
light attendance the ball games hero
scheduled for mornings this week have
been postponed until tho races are
over. Tho next game will bo played
" i.rirunc wiaific! "
London, Aug, 0. Li H ung Chang, I
tno Y'siiing statesman, who was re
ceived by the queen nt Osborno house
Wednesday, made an inspection of tho
Portsmouth dock yard Thursday morn
ing and returned to London in tho af
ternoon, Hotel Man Dead.
KNoxviLi.K,Teni, Autr, 0. X. M, Har
ris, aged 65, formerly of Ironton, O.,
who, has been proprietor of the Pom
erey, at Mohawk,vdied Thursday morn-
Arrival and Departure of Trains.
b. & o. a.w.
Depaiit 0:00 a. m., 10:40 a. m., .:00 vm 4iW
p. m.,7:00p. m., ll:2Sn. ra.
AnmvK-3:05a.m., 8:loa.m 12:25. p.m., nw
p. m., 6:40, p. m., 8:55 p. m.
& O. C. Ex.
....2.10p.m. ,9:00,4:00 a.m
....4:4', 12:15 p m. 7:80 a. m
C. &. M.
. B:2ia. m. 2:55 p. in
ll:15a. m., 7:05 p. ro
. 6:20 a. in.. 2:40 n. m
10:40 a.m., 5:65 p. m
O. n. R. R. (Eastern Tlmo.)
0:31 a.m.; 8.03. 7:3.1 p. m
12:32, B:M a.m.; 7:27 p. m
it $ 4B
I Wo have this to say about
I Children's, Boys' and i
B r i
Men's Suits: Uome in and
f if we can suit you, you will
' go out with it under your
arm. The price will not
f stand in your way.
Clothing House, f
Flour Spring fancy, S3.10sa30, sprtny
family. ?150a2-B5j spring patent, 3.63a3.P0;
winter patent, iXilH3.TS; fancy, &1B033.1O;'
ramily, SiS0S2 75: extra. 82.0032.30: lowcraatr,
S1.75&2C0. rye. northwestern, $i45&2.60; do
WUEAT-Sales: Sample red, track, 68Kc;
do, 55c .
Cohn Sales: Yellow car, track, ICc: No. a
mixed, track, COKe.
Oats Sales: Rsjected white on track, 17c;
No, 3 mixed now on track, 17c: No. 3 mixed oa.
track, 17c: rejected mixed on track. 16a
Hoes-Select butchers', $3.533,00; fair to
eood packers,', $1503a60: fair to eood Heat.
U55G3.70, common and roughs, S2 75(23.20.
Cattle Fair to good shippers. 81 6i1 10;
good to choice butchers, $a&4.10: fair to
medium butchers. $3.153175; common. 12.23
SnEEP Atn Laibs Sheep Extras. 83.10
115; Rood to choice, 8iS53.00; common
to fair, 8l.25Q2.oa Lambs Extras.$5.C0S5.6O:
cood tocholce, 81 035.75; common to falr,82.25
100; culls. 81.505.2.00.
Veal CAI.VE3 Fair to good light, 85.23
8.00, extra, 10.25; common and largo, ea255 0a
Wool Unwashed, flne merino, OJMOc per
iu., quuricr-uioou cic-ming, riijiao: medium,
delaine and clothing, 1213;; braid, ll12c;
medium combing, 13314c; washed, flno merino.
X to XX, l.'c: medium clothing, 14S15c: rte
laluo Hecco, 11215c; long combing, 15l0c:
quarter;blood and low, 12&13c: commoa
New York, Aug. ft
Wheat No. ? red, September, 03S
5313-lGc. Noemb:r, MWc; December, 05sa
Cons-No. 2. caBh, 31!324c; September,
Oats No. 2, state, 2732c; western, 23332c
Toledo. Q, Aug. a
WnEAT No. 2 red cash and August, 02!io;
September. 03io; December, 03J4c: No, 3 rei
sash. EBJic. Septomber, 6SMc.
Corn No. 3 mixed, cash, 25Ho.
Oats No. 3 mixed, cash, I7tfo.
RYE No. 2 cash, 32oi No. 3 do. B7M0.
CLOvensEED Dull; October, $4.33.
CHICAGO, Aug. S.
Calls ou September wheat opened at 58y
58XC sold at t8!fc, last prlco 58,Vc. Puts
opened at (8c, sold at 577,'c, last price 58c
Calls on September corn opened at 23Ko,
sold at 25KQ25UC. last crlco 5KQ!5;jc. Puts
opened at 23SQ5Hc sold between 2525ia
nndSJkc, last prlco 23Kc.
Indianapolis, Ina, Aug. 6.
Cattle Cattle was active and strong to-
uu-. ouu uuioner came sola rather slow,
Uocs Good to obolce mediums and heavy,
,81850150; mixed and heavy packing, 83.200
183: good to choice light weight, t",503X60;
common light weights, 83,4GQ3.50.
SnEEt Lambs. 81 Ci 73 common milium
lambs, 8175134 00; cood, to vtdco thetp. 8iW
Stepped to Death.
55ANE8VILLK, Q., Au, 0, Lucius Sul
llvari, a BtiUlmoro & .Ohio brakoman,
stepped from his train In front of an
approaohinjj passenger train 'i'huradaf
moraine and' was favUllr talurad. ' u l'