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MARIETTA DAILY LEADER
VOL. II. NO. 269
MARIETTA, OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1896.
PRICE ONE CENT
Fatal Early Morning Firo Near
A Dofectivo Fluo Sets the Farm House
of Alexandor Campbell Ablaze.,
The ITInmoi Mntio Grent llcndwny Uoforo
the Fiunlly Wns Aroused Mr. nnd Mrs.
C'ainpunll Esctipcvliut Ttvo Children
nnd u Ntiphuw Lose Their Wrel
Pkiwinoton, Mich., Nov. 1L Tho
residence of Alex Campbell, a farmer
living four miles south of this place
was destroyed by flro early Tuesday
morning nnd thrco persons were
burned to death. Tho building wns ft
frame one and tho flames had gained
great headway beforo tho family was
aroused. Mr. and Mrs. Campbell and
ouo child escaped, but two other chil
dren, aged len and six years, nnd a
cousin aged II), wero burned to death.
Tho names of the dead aro Clayton
Campbell, aged 10 years; John Camp
bell, ngod 0 years, and Lcslio Dent,
aged 1U yeartf, a nephew of Mrs. Camp
boll. Champer Campboll, who slept in tho
sarrio room with Dont, escaped by
jumping out of a window, lie was se
verely burned and is In a serious con
Tho causo of tho flro was a defective
Tho Treasury Itooolvlilg Gold in Consider
able Quantities for Custom Unties.
Washington, Nov. 11. Tho treasury
for the first t,lmc In sovcral years is re
ceiving gold in considerable quantities
for customs duties. From this reason
and from tho further fact previously
mentioned in these dispatches that
gold is being withdrawn from hoarding
places and deposited in tho various
subtreasurles, the gold balance at tho
close of business Tuesday had in
creased to 122,234,315. Tho present
policy of tho department is to discour
age tho receipt of gold, as tho treasury
, has not on hand, without inconven
iencing itself, -sufficient currency to
exchange for all tho gold likely to bo
offered. Tho present treasury bal
ance is 8220,803,000, of which (exclusive
of tho 8122,000,000 gold) S.-1,S53,000 is in
greenbacks and $80,471,000 in Sherman
notes. Only 813,313,000 of silver certi
ficates remain in thu treasury. The
continued increaso in tho de
ficit is now engaging tho atten
tion of Secretary Carlisle and will be
treated of by him in his annual re
port. It is rumored that ho will rec
ommend an increase in thu tax on
beer from SI to S-J per barrel. This
proposition is said to be favorad by
Commissioner Miller. Iho treasury
deficit for this month up to date one
third of tho month having passed is
84,453,000, making an aggrogato since
Julv 1. 1803. of S3". 3 12.000.
Here s. More r ue
TO FEED THE FLAMES OF
' 1 Tb
5lj For Black and Blue Cheviot
(J(J Suits, nicely made and trim
med. Styles, single and
double breasted sacks.
For all wool stylish suits,
in now plaids and fancy mix
tures, Black Cheyiots. All
il nfl or band some Suits, mado
iiUU frm imported Clay Worsted,
- Thibots and Cheviots, single
and double breasted sacks' and cut-away
Child's Short.Pant Suits.
Double breasted suits, extra well made from good strong materials in neat
dark offects, sizes 5 to 14 years, $1.50.
Dsublo breasted suits, extra well made in neat do,rk Cheviots and Cassiraers,
sizes 5 to 14 years, 52.25.
Doublo breasted, strictly all wool suits' in blue, black and fancy overplaids,
sizes 0 to 15 years, ?3.00.
Boy's Long Pant Suits
Mado from Blue and Black Cheviots, well mado and trimmed, sizes 13 to 19
Double and single breasted, strictly all wool suits in blue, black and fancy
check cheviots, sizps 13 to 10 year!, 55.00 '
Doublo and single breasted all wool suits in black and blue clays and chev
iots, also the stylish brown effects, sizes 14 to 10 years, $7.60
A full and complete line of UNDERWEAR,
FURNISHINGS and HATS. .
Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers, .
Oor. Front and Butler sts., - Old P. 0. Building -
Estimate! for the Uoptriment for tho
Next Flnunl Your.
Wasiiinoton, Nov. 11. Postmaster
General Wilson has submitted to tho
secretary of tho treasury his estimates
for the post o'fllco dopartmont for tho
fiscal year ending Juno 30, 1S38. '
Tho first assistant postmaster gen
eral's ofilco Tcqulrcs 843,542,500, an in
crease over tho previous year of 82,
012,750, tho second assistant postmas
ter gonoral's ofilco 852,224,500, an in
crease of $3,835,385; third assistant's
ofilco 81,358,100, an Increase of 837,400;
and for tho ofilco of tho fourth assist
ant 8883,811. Six thousand dollars is
asked for advertisements and miscel
laneous matters which make a grand
total of 807(515,411, 'an increase over
tho estimates of 1807 of 84,043,840.
As tho expenditures for tho scrvico
of lhOS aro estimated atS07,515,411, and
tho revenue expected for tho snmo
yoar is placed at 800,227,070, thero will
be an estimated deficiency of about
An Organized Dane of Thieves.
CmcAoOi Nov. 11. Harry Bower and
Wm. Schoer, with Vielr wives, were
arrested Tuesday on a charge of whole
sale larceny. They confessed that
thoy were membora of an organized
gang of thieves, tho headquarters of
which is in Now York. Throo largo
boxes of plunder, ready for shipment
to tho east, woro discovered, tho con
tents of which aro valued at 82,500.
Blizzard In Wisconsin. f
MAHSUFIEI.D, Wis., Nov. 11. A bliz
zard of, tho first magnitude is blowing
Tuesday. Snow has fallen regularly
sinco last Thursday and Tuesday moro
snow has fallen than at any ono timo
in tho past two years. About six
inches has already fallen and contin
ues with tho samo density as at firsti
Indications point to at loast a foot be
fore morning. ,
Tho Election In South Dakota.
Sioux Falls, S. D., Nov. 1L Noth
ing but tho official count will show
positively who are elected stato officers
in South Dakota, but from tho best in
formation obtaiuablo from all sources
at Pierro Tuesday tho indications aro
that tho Bryan electors will havo a
majority in tho neighborhood of 100.
Steamer State of Ohio Safe in l'ort.
Cleveland, O., Nov. 11. A telegram
tvas received from Buffalo at tho vessel
owners' tug office Tuesday night, stat
ing that the windbound steamer State
of Ohio had arrived in that port late
Ctmnl CominlsMim Sluing Lots. .
Columbus, O., JJov. 11. Tho stato
sanal commission Tuesday sold two
lots in the Hamilton basin to Jacob
lleibtcr and Charles Dicfcnbach re
spectively, for 8300 each.
l'roin StcKlnloy's County.
Wahbes, 0., Nov. 11. A movement.
,s materializing for the organization of
j, battalion of ex-soldiers to go from,
McKinley's native county to Washing
ton for the inaugural ceremonies.
A E f For a well made, good dur
ft() J able overcoat. Honest ma
terials. O ik ft Blue and Black Kerseys and
O.UU Beayers, trimmed with plain
and fancy linings, velvet col
lars. Tho best valuo hero for tho
O Hfi For a high grade wool Ker
O, (JfJ soy, elegantly trimmed and
On the Outlook for Legislation
in the Next Congress. '
Ho Says it; Will Be Necessary to Pass
1 a Tariff Measure.
Tho Dlngloy 1)111, With Somo Chances,
Will bo for tho l'rrsent The Bona tor
Says the bound Money Democrats
Ueservo -Credit for Their Aid.
New Yor.K, Nov. 11. Senator John
Sherman, of Ohio, who is -at the Fifth
Avenuo hotel, talked freely Wednes
day morning about the outlook for
legislation in the noxt congress.
"It will bo necessary to pass a tariff
measure," he said. "Tho Dingley
bill, with some changes, will do for
tho present. Tho democrats made
a great mistaka in not permitting
that bill to pass in tho lest congress.
It was only a temporary measure, in
tended to raiso the revenue that tho
government absolutoly needed, and If
tho democrats had let it go through
thero would havo boon no necessity
fors bond issues and tho democratic
administration would havo escaped
a great deal of tho censuro aud
criticism that was heaped upon
it. Of courso it was right to issue bonds
to savo tho credit'of the nation, but
the Dingley measure would havo ob
viated tho necessity. I would accept
tho Dingley bill as it is, although somo
changes might bo advisable. It would
bo in force only a year and a half and
would give us tho revenue wo need."
"If tho Dingley bill Is passed at tho
coming session of congress, thero will
bo no necessity for an extraordinary
session after March 4. Considering
everything, I think that tho outlook
for tho passago of tho bill is bright. "
.Whon asked if ho 'thought that the
silver crazo would die out, tho senator
said: "Nobody can tell. It took somo
time to kill greenbackism and tho sil
ver crazo may bo as long lived."
Tho senator was asked if ho know
anything about tho make-up of Presi
dent McKinlcy's cabinet, and if ho
might tako tho treasury portfolio
"McKinloy is tho only man who
knows anything about tho cabinet yet,
and I have given no thought to cabinet
matters," ho replied.
"Do you think that tho sound mon
ey democrats will bo recognized in tho
way of appointments'.'"' was asked.
"I know nothing about that," Sena
tor Sherman replied. "I only know
that theso democrats did splendid work
for the cause. They worked hard for
sound money and when election day
came tho great majority of them, it
seems, voted for McKinley directly in
orderto avoid all risks. Yes, tho sound
money democrats deserve the greatest
Senator Thos. U. Carter, of Montana,
said to a reporter Wednesday: "Thero
will be no disposition from any quar
ter to embarrass tho incoming admin
istration. My information loads
mo to belie vo that, while democratic
members will not vote for a protective
tariff measure, thoy will offer no un
reasonable opposition. It may, I think,
bo safely assumed that a reasonable
revenue bill will be passed at an extra
session of congres, which will prob
ably be convened after March 4.
IT IS THE DUTY
Of Sound Money Democrats to, Support
McKinloy, Says Chairman llynuin.
Indianapolis, Ind , Nov. 11. Chair
man Bynum, of the national commit
too, emphatically expresses tho opin
ion that it is tho duty of sound money
democrats to support tho McKinley ad
ministration in such roformsas may be
necessary to perfect tho currency sys
tom. Ho says:
It has been the policy of each of tho
leading parties to obstruct legislation
proposed by tho other in the hopo of
securing party advantage, but, in my
judgment, tho timo has come when all
those who havo tho best interests of
tho country at heart must aid in tho
accomplishment of such roforms as
aro absolutely necessary to a restora
tion of complete prosperity.
Exactly what legislation should bo
enacted is a matter to bo thoroughly
studied and the subject should bo com
mitted to our most experienced states
men and financiers. I am confident
tho sound money democratic organiza
tion is willing to give all the assistance
in this direction within its power.
Tho liulghU or Labor.
Rociiesteh, N. Y., Nov. 11. Wed
nesday morning's session of tho gen
eral assembly of the K. of L. opened at
ten o'clock. Tho assembly will last at
least a week longer. Officers will bu
elected later in the week and Mr, Sov
, erofgn will undoubtedly bo re-elected.
Upon taking the chair Wednesday
morning General Maxtor Workman
Sovereign, delivered his annual ad
dress. l'loor Collnpyed.
New York, Nov. 11. Tho second
floor of the building No. 35 and 37 Vcsey
strept, occupied by tho'Grcat Atlantic
and Pacific Tea Co., collapsed Wednes
day morning,. No one was injured so
far as known.
Drummers Started Out.
CHAIU.K8TOX, W. Va., Nov. 11. The
coal and coke industries nro reviving.
Charleston's 45 wholesale houses aro
Increasing their forces of traveling
men, and business is rapidly improv
ing. WhuU Indemnity.
PitETOitiA, Nov. 11. The Transvaal
govern roont havo decided' to claim JC1,
000,030 sterling indemnity from the
llrlthh South Africa company to cover
the -laniago sustained by tho Jameson
Congressman Dlngliy 8y Thero Is Ho
Chiinct) Fur It Tnts L'ensun.
Lewisto.s', Mo., Nov. 11. Tho Eve
ning Journal publishes an Interview
with Congressman Dingley ns to
Iho - pasbago of an exigency tar
iff bill. Mr. Dingley said:
''While, oJ course, it is posslblo
that tho sonato may tako up
tho house bill and pass It in view of
tho recent verdict of the country, yet
my own opinion is that there is not tho
slightest ground for hope of tho pas
sage of tho bill by tho scnato at tho
approaching short session, "notwith
standing tho neod of additional rcv
cnuo is as great as it was one year
In reply to an Inquiry as to tho
probability of an extra session of the
now congress after MeKlnley's Inaug
uration, Mr. Dingloy said: "So far as I
know no decision has been reached,
nnd none probably will be mado until
congress shall meet and the republic
ans havo an opportunity to exchange
opinions and confer with the president
elect." Trade Revival ntX)nlro, III.
CAino, 111., Nov. 11. The Thrco
States Lumber Co. has added 100 extra
men, doubling the force in its mill and
yard. Russo & Burccss, lumber deal
ors, have started their mill at Obion,
Tenu., employing 50 men. Tho Chica
go Mill and Lumber Co. started running
its packing-box factory overtimo Tues
day night It employs 350 men. Tho
Carey Ilalllday .Lumber Co. will start
up its box-faetory and planing-mlll
next wcok, giving employment to 125
men. Othor concerns report a better
tone to business. Orders are coming in
Southern States Harbor Defcnso Conven
Tallahassee, Fla Nov. 11. dov.
Mitchell Wednesday issued a call for a
southern states harbor defense conven
tion, to assemble at Tampa, Fla., Jan
uary 20, 18U7. Tho call is addressed to
tho governors of all southern states
and all states tributary to tho Missis
sippi river, and asks each governor to
attend and also to appoint delegates to
represent tho different common
wealths. Tho object of tho conven
tion is to discuss methods for tho
proper defense of southern harbors.
itrstriiliiliitr Order Issued.
Oskaloosa, Kan , Nov. 11. II, O.
Neely, deputy United States marshal,
Wednesday morning served tho neces
sary papers from tho federal court on
Charles Johnson, who was appointed
by Judge Meyers, of the district court
here, receiver of the i-anta Fo railway,
restraining him from interfering in any
way with the affairs of tho big rail
way system. Assistant Attornc3' Gen
eral Goddnrcl also filed an amended
petition in tho court here.
A Conl Trunin Association.
New Yoiuc, Nov. 11. At a meeting
of tho bituminous coal carrying roads
of tho state of Ohio, a resolution was
passed iu favor of forming a trafllie as
sociation for a period of three years.
The roads represented were the Penn
sylvania, Wheeling &. Lake Erio, Bal
timore &,Ohio, Hocking Valley, Clove-,1
land, Lorain & Wheeling, Columbus,
Sandusky & Hocking, and Toledo &
Wutcr Ons l'.etort 12xplodH Three- Dead.
Worcester, Mass., Nov. 11. Three
men who woro terribly burned m an
explosion of a water gas retort at. the
straw factory of Win. Knowlton&Son,
at West Upton, aro all dead. '1 nomas
Williamson p.isscdaway Tuesday even
ing, Fred (J. Bulmahan at midnight
and John Williamson early Wednesday
A SpuiUh Victory.
Manila, Nov. 11. The Spanish
forces have won a brilliant victory
over tho insurgents at Novclta. The
rebel positions wero strongly fortified
anil thero was desperate fighting be
fore they wero taken. The insurgents
lost 400 and tho Snaniards 33 killed.
Tho l'nrtltlou of Ghlni.
London, Nov. 11. In the courso of a
speech' at Enfield Monday night. Sir
Charles Dilk, M. P., asserted that throo
powors recently submitted to Great
llrituiu a proposal for tho partition of
China. Urcnt Britain, ho added, re
fused to entertain tho proposition.
' An Antl-N ill Trust.
Marshali.town, la., Nov. 11." Lead
ing hardware men in tho stato aro
called to meet hero Thursday, to or
ganizo a co-operative Iowa nail man
ufacturing company to smash the nail
trust. Many hardware men say the
fight against the trust is hopsless.
Peyton 15. rinndler Uend.
Chicago, Nov. 11. Peyton R. Chan
dler, of .tho firm of Chandler &
Co., for 40 years ono of Chicago's
prominent financiers, died Tuesday
evening at his home. Ho was tho found
er and tho first president of tho Union
Suloldod by bhootlng.
Minneapolis, Minn., Nov,. 11. Al
bert S. Merrlam, a prominent lumber
man of this city, committed sui-
dJ.u at the Commercial club rooms
Wcdncsd.iy,.ifternoon by shooting him
self. Cause ill health.
Gcrmnn Itclchstng; Optns
Berlin. Nov. 11. Tho Reichstag,
which adjourned July 2, reopened
Tuesday. Tho1 customary greeting
was extended' to tho memborsby Baron
Von Buel-Beronberg, tho president.
Nasiivillk, Tenn., Nov. 11. Tho
Baptist congress mot in annual session
hero Tuesday in tho First Baptist
church. Tho sessions will continue
until Thursday evening.
Innocent I'rlsoiinri Ili'tui; Hrlexsuil.
London, Nov. 11. Tho Chronlcla's-
Constantinoplo corrcspim lent tele
graphs thai, irniiif i.iii-ivn: pi'r.on
who havo 1 ',' '' ' 1.0.1U io t iu j r'-.itn
aro belug ie.iu.d.
A cream of tarter baiting powder. Illchest
of all In leavening strength. Latest United
States Government Food Report.
Royal Daking Powdeii Co., New York.
Now and Interesting Happenings Within
A Columhus Couple Terribly Tortured by
Columhus, O., Nov. 11. A case of
robbery and terrible torture Is.report
ed at police headquarters. Tho home
of Robert Rasln, a gardener living
three and a half miles north of the
city, on the Harbor road, was
entered by two mnsked men Monday
night. They found llasln and his wife
in bed. In icsponsc to a demand for
money Rabin told them where they
could find fcJO, all tho money he had in
tho house. 1 hoy would not beliovo
this was all he had, and binding both
Rasln and his wife, the robbers tor
tured them by holding lighted matches
to their feet and other portions of their
bodies. The -agony suffered by Rasln
and his wife was so intense that they
implored tho robbers to shoot
them and put them out of their
misery, nnd after thoy had tortured
them in this way for fully a half hour,
tho robbers took their departure, sat
isfied that if the couple had any more
money they wou.d havo disclosed its
whereabouts Rasin's condition is crit
ical. The wife told the story of the
robbery and terrible torture.
A Mysterious and K.irrlhlo M.tludy Car
ries Oft" bnlnu Near Clrdcvllle.
Circleville, O , Nov. 11. A disease
commonly supposed to be cholera, but
which resembles that dreaded con
tagion only in its malignancy, is de
stroying tho hogs in this county by
tho hundreds. It has all the symp
toms of typhoid fever, but as yet no one
lias beon able to discover a cause for
tho strange malady. It appears unex
pectedly In one part of tho county,
where it reigns with an vonted viru
lence until tho hog aru nearly wiped
out, when it will suddenly shift to an
other part of the county remote from
its last ravageb and begin its dread
ful slaughter in droves that havo al
ways been isolated and in no wise ex
posed. The flesh beccrues putrid, which ap
pears in exciesceu'c-s on tho surface,
and the flesh sloughs off, leaving a
ghastly-looking object. So far noth
ing has been found to allay the suffer
ing or mitigate the malignancy, and
tho hoff product of this county will bo
almost a total failure.
Oier Fifty Thousand Plurality.
Columhus, O., Nov. 11. Only a few
more than one-half of the counties
havo made thoir returns to the secre
tary of state, and it will be impossiblo
to stato with accuracy the vote of tho
stato until all have reported. Mean
tiriic it is estimated that McKin-'a
plurality will be about 52,000. Com
plete returns will probably be in by
tho latter part of tho week.
A Coulct lilts of Dropsy.
Coi.Uiinus, O., Nov. 11. Col. Luther
A. lall, a federal prisoner from
Georgia, died in the stato prison of
dropsy. His crime was conspiracy
against Col. Forsythe, a federal rev
enue collector, who is a relative of
President Cleveland. Col. Hall was a
member of tho Georgia legislature at
To Ship Murhlnury to ltussla.
Cincinnati, Nov. 11. The Fay-Egan
Co. is filling a largo number of foreign
orders for woodworking machinery,
which will bo shipped this month.
They" will send seven cars to St. Peterh
burg, Russia; ono for Brussels, Belgi
um; ono for Yokohama, Japan, and ono
for San Jose, Guatemala.
A Kovel I'not lt.tcc.
Middlktown, O., Nov. 11. Fourteen
members of tho Y. M. C. A., of this
city, and 1 1 from Hamilton will run a
foot race between the twQ.elties. Each
man will run ono mile. Tho raco will
somo oft" Noveiubor 2$. A medal will
Dropped Dead on n Steamer.
Sa'DUskv,0., Nov.ll. Isaac Walker,
aged 05 years, and ono of tho best
known marine engineers tjn tho lakes,
dropped dead Tuesday on tho steamer
Arctic while that vessel was in this
Declared a Draw.
CoLUMnus, O., Nov. 11. Tho prlzo
Bght at Lockbourno between Billy
Wnllac; and Jeff Powers, of Cleveland,
ivas declared a draw at the end of 20
Marion, O., Nov. 11. Tho Union
Voterans' Patriotic League and McKln-.
loy Prosperity club, of, this city, have
decided Jo perpotuato their organiza
Assets Kqual Liabilities.
Marion, O., Nov. 11. B, W. Houser
assigned Wednesday to W, W. Haley.
Assets, 10,000; liabilities, 810,003.
Ww swats' svtytWtt)tt9VMPtPtl
LADIES, SEE OUR
Little Boys' Reef-!
They are too fine for the
trade and we aro going to
close them out at prices less
than they are worth.
1 coat, age 2. worth $6.50
, to-day, cost us $5.00; $4.50
will buy it. ' Color red; a
1 coat, ago 4, worth $7.00, f
cost us $5.50; will sell atf
$4.50. Color old gold.
f 1 coat, age 3, worth $6.50,1
J cost $5.00; will sell at $4.50.
f Color blue.
3 coats, color blue, ages 3,
4 and 6, worth $5.00, cost
$3.75; will close them out at
QPt 0t flrwPt rJ r rTP44 Vt VtB
Reading, Pa., Nov. 11. Charles F.
Bright, aged 39, one of Reading's well
to do citizens, and Miss Catharine
Boyer, aged 10, started for a drive
Tuesday afternoon. While crossing
the railroad tracks at Gibraltar a fast
freight struck tho buggy. Bright was
ground to pieces. Miss Boyer was
badly injured and died in a few min
utes. She was a bright and handsome
young woman and a daughter of Wm.
Boyer, of Blandon, this county.
GIli 1)1 Defeated.
Dallas, Tex., Nov. 11. Official re
turns from every county in tho Sixth
congressional district give Burke,
dein., S,0o0 majority over Gibbs, pop.,
who wai indorsed by republicans and
gold democrats. Tho democratic ma
jority two years ago in the district was
lie liolibuil a Church.
Warren, O., Nov. 11. A jury Tues-'
3ay night found George Ilarshman, o
Warren, guilty of the larceny of ai
jlock and Biblo from the Disciplo
shurch, in Lordstown, near this city.
The case is a verv unusual one.
CIJ.CINNATI, Nov. 11.
TLOun Eprlnc lancy, 810D31S1; sprias
family, $t3J3 0), sprlna intent, (4 5024.85;
winter pitont. Siolt4 8: fancy. SlOOgu.SS;
famllv,ia-U33.7i). extra, tiCO&iSO, lowurade,
SJ 153'.10. rve, uorlUttesiern, !J.r03i81, do
Wheat No 2 red nominal at fuc on traclt
Coitx SjIcs; Jilted oar, track, 21c; nearly
yellow, 12:; No 2 white, mixed, track, 2Cc;
No 2mlcJ, track, 55c; yellow, ear, track, 21c;
No 3 mixed, track, 23",c.
Oats Sales: No. 2 mixed, track, 21c: No. 3
white, track, 21c: sample white, track, 21c.
Hogs Select shippers, S3 40S3.45; select
butchers, 3. 4033.45, fair to cood pickers,
EUiGaiO, fair to good light, 53.4583 50. com
mon and roughs, SiCiUlSi
Cattlk Fair to good shippers, 53 002115;
choice, $1 .I5itl.40. good yj cholco butchers',
1.3.7531.10, fair to medium butchers', S3.253
305. common. 823533 00
SiielP AND I.AMUS Sheep Good to cholco,
$i75325, common to fair, J100&2C5 Lambs
Extras, !4 35 24 5). good to choice, S3.732
425; common to falr.fS CU33.C3.
Veal Calves ralr to good light. Si. 503
&23: common and largo. S2.2j35 00
Wool Unwashed, tlna merino, 03103 per
lb: quartor-blood clothing, 12313oi medium,
delaine and clothing. l.'ai3o; braid, 11312c;
medium clothing. :3 alio. Washed, fine me
rino, X to XX, 12c: medium clothin;, H315c:
dolalno tloece, 11 1',15.': Ion; combing, 15816c;
quarter-blood and low, l.'313c; common
coarse, H12o; tub-wnshcdi choice, 171318c;
tub-washed, averago, 10317c.
New York, Nov. 11.
WnEAT December, 87;3Bc; January, 8S3f
3S0Hc; March, BOKGOlJic: May. 83369 0-l(to.
Cons No. 2, 3lQ3JMo: December, 3J 1-18
332c; May.35 7-103-ifo
Oats State, 24331c: western, 22332c: De
cember, 2HJc; May, Sl(c
CniCAGO, Nov, 11.
WnEAT November, 73o; December, 70s;
January, 80e; May, 63:. 1
1 Cons November, 2l7ac: December, 25io:
-Oats November, 13c: December, 19Xe;
Toledo. O.. Nov. 11.
WnEAT No. 2 red. oash, Ol'ic; December,
):iic, May, 0 Hit; July, 87Kc; No 3 rod, cash,
CO UN No. 2 mixed, cash, 2l5ie.
Oats No. 2 mixed, cash, 19c: May, 23ja
RVE No. 3. cnsU 40c; No. 3 do. 35c.
Indianapolis, ind., Nov. 10
Cattle Choice, 4.70495; fat. well fin
ished steers, $t5ffl46J, common, J3.2533.7J.
Hogs Good to choice medium and heavy.
JlMffli60; mixed and heavy. $1353151; good
to cholco light weights, M 503155,
StlEEP Good to choice lambs, E3.J31S5:
1 rood to choice eheeo. SlS5a3.il.