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away the (.'elm of Ilia
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healthy viiior Itin.l.ua
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lncb ttua irreat (ieriii-deniriM tr la appliialne.
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of lit u.efuluva, or addreaf
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HOAKIl ()!' M ANAfiKHS;
J. A. (toldmine, of (told nt me A linnciiwuter. hole
aale ami retail drv food, etc. ; Jan. Me'iah'iy,
lutntivr denier; W:n. V. Pitcher, geni ral iiL'"ii't ;
Allien Lewi., dialer in dim r aud raiii: L. S.
Thoina.. bricklayer; Mo.e. Phillip., coniraior
and builder: II. A Chumbley, urncer: Tho..
Lewi., .eoretarv and attorney it law ; V. II
Marvan, ll-inirpathir. ohyairlah: II Sa dir. of
Sander Son. irrocera; K, II Itaird, .tree an per
vi.or; Kd II White, a..'l aec. W. ,t O. M A. So
ciety; . I. W. Spier, lumber and ..iw-mill ; K. L.
(iernluon, barber: K. II. Dietrich, clerk W.. St. L.
.tl'.H II.; M. Kobier. merchant tailor: .left M.
( lurk, dealer In wall-naiier and window .Hiide.iJ.
IK. Kniill.h, contractor and builder; WiMT. ed-
bum. of .Mora" 4 Keilliurn. i lcur manufacturer.;
V. Vincent, dealer lu Hme ami cement; I, A.
l'help., photographer; V . C. Jocelj n, denti.t; S
II . Taher. ml(j. Jeweler; ,J. II. Kobiiiviin, J, I'. an1
notary imhlic; J. S. p.-trif, iihv.irian; H. W.
llii.twlck, Itiaiirancii a;etit; K. K. Jurboe. ffireman
Kt Uu. main., and E E. Wal bridge, lumber ami
aaw mill, of Cairo; II. Leiuhton, cii.hur S'it.
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bun.', Ky.i J.W. Tarry, phv.ltlun, Fulton, Kv
''CITY GUN STOKE"
Olilt'Mt in tho city; cstalillslied in 1802.
I'otn'l Avo .batween nih and Kith Sta,
MANl'KACTL'HKU A URALER IN ALL K1.NU8
Ainimiiilliijli of nil ilenrrlti'lona alwava on hand at
(lenenil repirlim III all kind, of iiu'lala. Keyi
nf all ili'.iirlptiuiia made to order, and aat Line t ion
wnrrantod. tllvu nu a call, mid lie convinced fur
Vniiriii'ir. at tho ti of tho "Hit mi.M,"
JOHN A. KOK1ILKK,
111 llm rrotirletor, Culm, HI,
Manufacturer aud Dealer In
th Blruoi, btitwucn Cnm'l Avo. ud Loveu.
CHOKE H0RIN0 A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AMUNITI0N.
Vafoi tlaoalred. All Kluda til Kti Mado.
ttAlKO. ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY M ( ) R N I N , " AI 1(7 UST 2t.
X.-!- ... - Ui'a -Ji.JLBg . -13
BAD FOR THE BANDIT.
Frank James Being Gradually Drawn
hto the Maw of the Law.
The State Making i Strong Case
What the Defense Will be-The Story
of the Killing of Wood HiteYester
(iAIXATIX. 0., AUJTJflt 28. WhPtt
court oppin d this morning Col. Philllpi
argued Uit permission to Introduce lettl
mony proving .(eirlo acta against wftnea
and with a view to atUoklnt; their credi
bility. The intention waa to open up the
murder of Wood ITite at the Ford noun;,
for wbleh Llddell i now under Indiaweut,
and of wtiich Mra. Bolton and Capt. Ford
were witnesses. Tho court decided that
Mr. Bolton could be recalled and exam
ined not as to the Idlllag, bat m to wh it
he bad been tMd the nelshbor who cilled
upon her on Sutuiay, Decflmber ti, IShI,
and ate dinner white the llfelexs body of
Hite wa up itir. EtarnUied by J. II.
Sloan, Mr. Boltoa tei.tifird that Wood
Hite was killed in the dintne-room, but
refined to answer when the body of Hits
was taken up Hairs. Did no remember
bow lonjj the body remained
In the dining room, or bow long it was
up-atulr. or Into what room it whi
taken. Don't know when thu body wu
t.tken down stl; saw bo one in the house
fiut her own children; don't know who
took the body out of trie home that nieht;
did not nee r. Bud Harblaon and William
Jacob visited n. that afternoon and re
mained until sundown. The body wa up
stair. I neyer saw it until it ww dug up
five months later. An extend! tros.-ex-aminatron
failed to bring out anything deti
Dite u to the killing or burial of the body
by nhrht In the old pring In the paMure.
Sbe either purred ont a refual to auawer
under rights, or e-rse she could not remem
ber. capt. ford
was next called and testified that Wond
Hite was kllknl at 9 o'clock in the morning
in the dtning-rootu. Wltue-s was not in
the room, but came In ten minute afir the
shooting. The body wm taken up-ntain
aud laid on the floor in the northeast room,
where it remained until 9 o'clock in the
evening. Vitrr?8 refund to toll wbo car
ried th body out and buried it on the
gTouudt; that tho answer; woald tend to
criminate him. Four peraons carried out
tho body drewed In the auuie clothe he had
worn In the morning. Tq grave was a
quar-er of a mile from the bouao In tan
hruah, aud waa due about three feet . The
body waa wrapped In a blanket and thrown
Into the bole, and then colored over with
The prosecu tion made an'effort to go uito
the whole mailer of the kilting, but tbo
court mlfi'l it out.
a?ed 14, daughter of Mrs. Bolton, tfalltied
to .celni Kfltnk James Ave of i:x tine lie
tween Mar and July of ISAI, wbou bo went
bv the name of Mr. Hall. Jcie JaniPii was
there aa Mr. Johiwon, Clarence Hite as
i"4iarley Jaikoo. Dick Ltdde.il n Mr. An-ileri-on,
and Wood Hlto ara Mr, ii ttm s.
The vitnesa exhibit cormldpraWo intelli
ircnci', elf-popiion and memory, and
aiood a wearlbonie cronK-exuninttion with
out deviating from her original mory. She
iimiralely defcertbed each member of tho
cine, and j.ii.i that during the Htimnier
I irk Lldilell (lid not wear whiskers. Dick
tetitled that at Wlnnton robbery 1m had fnll
b'ark whiskers. Witness was present
in the time of the killing of Wood
Hite, hut was not permitted to
tty who did It. She did not know who
buried the bo ly, bnt it was carried out at
night. Boh Ford clearieJ up the room after
the IkxIt was taken away and her mother
frequently clenned It afterward. This was
In direct rontradletion to her mother, w ho
aid she never entered the room after the
body w,ij taken from it.
who will be sixteen yeiir old on tb ' 2.'d of
next February. waa the best witness for the
stale examined tbit morning. He tiositive
ly ideutified Frank James as the associate o
Llddcll, Jesse James, and Wood i ml Clnr.
rnee Hite. HU description of the nl-ht
burial of the murdervd. Woipd Hite. was
urnphie and thrilling. Cap Ford. Rob Ford
and Wilbur Ford undressed the body
where it had lain on the floor all day, und
wrapped It In a horse blanket. Then they
took It out utit tnto the past tire and diti; a
little grave and throw It in. They covered
It with dirt and threw In some stonox, and
then covered tho plueo with brush. On
(ross-rxamJniitloii Mr. Sloan asked the
witness whether he hud not told A. Duval,
lu the presence of M. 0. Hlc.e, In liny
county, that although he did not know Hail
iitul Frank lames to be the same person, ho
Intended to swear thut they wero anyhow .
WltnesH admitted thut he had mado such a
A l.ONO WIUNIit.K
lietwei n the attorneys brought cm the fact
that the Bolton family were only brought
Into court on nn iittut'limrnt mid that they
utterly failed to attend the June term of the
JAM lt F. llt'OIIKS
VxtiHi'il to bavin met a mini In (ViolnM.
IKSl. at the Richmond depot, wlmni he be
lieves to nine heen Frank .Tunics,
J. T. Ford was called to correct his ti nti
mony of yesterday, and stated that, the lust
time he saw ,11 m Cummlrgs was In ISsO,
iitul not lu 18.ni as he Rtutcd .
It Is thmtght the trstlrnoiif will be con.
eluded by Thursday night. "The argument!
will consume three days.
ft'lre lai Lumber Tard.
Wu.t.UMRPORT, Pa., August M.-The
loss by Are of Ihn lumber yurds hem last
ulghtwas fully rt00,000. Tbe individual
losses as ascertained am Finlcy, Young A
Co., 1175,000; Insurance about .fTft.OOO;
Payne, Cock ran A Co., $so,f0, fully in
sured; Edgar Munson, about $10,000, In
stiranec $W,000; Merrlinon & Sons, flM,
0i0, Insurance $r0.00); Kramer .1 Maun,
W6,000, Insurance $20,000 here, and other
Insurance elsewhere. A number of othef
parties lost mlscellancAus lot of lumber In
different yards which was principally In
aured. Several other dwellingt were
burnedtha lossea on which were partlalll
rniilnc CI I es Then Patta.
r, l.ut is, August 28,-There was
employes of many tradei tbbt morning.
The briM saloon men, etpmtlally tiio.,e
bow trade is mostly beer, walk as if cn
nrk, but thn barteiKlom bad no such fes
tive appearance. It wis (even worse
with the Journeymen barbers, who have
one of the lit tl pulls that fall now and
and then to their cousins of the white
prons, md who yet bare far harder
work than them. Tho cfgar hands looked
blue also, and there la no doubt that the
employed of the trades mot affected
by tbe Sunday law wish Down
log had not been thrown in t!ie
very first round. They have tasted the
blessing of a Sunday off and feel hard to
part with it. There Is a very mixed lin
prejjlon amongst these trades as to what a
"tent case" means. Many store-keepers
ay that the case wis one of tent for all, and
that every business can now open fearless'y.
This ignorance might seem laughable were
It nut that tt Is sound sense compared with
(Jov. Crittenden's views and remarks on
the subject. He has openly laid down the
law that the Downing act appllet to nothing
but liquor, audit is. therefore, natural
tbit traders of fewer legal attainments than
he la supposed to po-sess should think that
the Imtwi case dlsmiased all idea of further
prosecution of any one who Ignore, the Sun
ftl" Korlheru Pacific Mali fervle.e.
WAni.Miiov, August 2S. Toe riilway
posioffice service on the Northern Pacific
railroad, which hits been ordered between
Missoiiln anrl Helena, Mont., will take ef
feet on the 'Jd prox. This will make a con
liniunee of th" railroad pwatoflicf service
via Northern Pacific railroad from Si. I'aul
to Portland, a distance of 0J0 miles.
Mi.i:y ii i it.
The Garfleld-Doraey Contcoversy Again
-How the IndUua Scheme Was Worked
A Dcepairingjaiinok For Money.
New Yokk, Augu-t 'J. The Sun to-day
remained the following! Soon after the
Republican National committee was In or
ganization (ieti. Garfield began an active
correspondence wiih senator Horsey and
with Gov. Jewell, which lasted throughout
Ue campaign. lie wan especially con
cerned about the election in Indiana, and
en July 9 wrote tbe following letter to Sen
"Mjwtou, Ohio, July 9.
''Hon. S. W. Dore, Secret-try:
"My Deah Sib: I hope my' unxiety to
see Gen. Arthur, Guv. Juwell and yourself
will not be considered unreasonably. 1
cannot with hold from publication my letter
of acceptance much loiurer, and I should be
glad to counsel you all in respect to it
before It appears in print. 1 am glad to
know that you aud tbe governor aie coining,
but if you could start twenty-four houri
earlier than the date indicated In your tele
eratn I should be glad. There tiro sever d
topics concerting whioh we ought to con
sult. Very truly yours,
"J. A. GAUriKLD."
This letter shows thot at the very beeln
ning of the canvass Gen. Garfield sought
the advice ot Mr. Uoi sey resecting such
important matter as bin loiter of accep
tance. On the 19th of July he wrote as fol
"Mkstor, O., Jiilv in, is.su .
"Hon. S. U". Ior!.ey, 254 Fifth aveuue,
New York :
"My I'kak Sik Yours of the Pith ie
slant, with tncionore, oune duly to hand.
I am glad to bear that the loiter of accep
tatice is so generally well received. Thom
as M. Phillips, of New Calie, Pa., will
visit you in a few day, and ask you to give
him a careful hearing. He has made a spe
cial visit t.) Indiana and baa much to com
municate, ' Y ours, very truly.
"J. A. Gabkiki.p."
The National committee, before the In
diana campaign, were besought for money
from Maine, and the following letter from
Mr. Blaine shows that they were not satis
fied ith the amounts that wen. contribu
AfiifstTA, Mr... August 14, 1SS0.
"My I'kak Dorkky: Your committee
was appointed in July. It is now the mid
dle of A uuust, and have uot received a
penny's aid in the closest and most central
buttle of the campaign. I do not wish to
be a grumbler, hu ; I us tiro you that you
are imperilling the whole campaign,
Your, Jas. ti. t la ink. "
The next letter which Mr. Allison wrote
was ntteii to .senator Dorsey aud reads as
i)i ni yi K, Iowa, September U,
"My Iu;m;mc The Maiiiejliusiness it
very bad. 1 tell you, you must get down
to serious work. Money must be bad und
must he sent to Indiana. If wc lose 1 ml latin
lu October we are beaten. You must gather
about you a corps of streng men who ran
aid you in raising funds. Wc must recover
this disaster in Maine by carrying Ohio and
Indiana. Maine was earned by money and
the still-lilinl tactics. Those same tai'tiejl
must be played lu Indiana and Ohio. Look
out. Hastily yours,
"W. B. Allison."
IxniAXAPOLIS, August uu, KSSO.
"My I'kah Guvkknok: Yours of the
liS.h iusi. at hand. Tieit Wabash road
mailer i "f very great Importance, and I
am ulail ou thought of II and accomplished
so much. I hope that you can be equally
successful lu our other rouds. Secretary
Sherman is a director In Pittsburg and
Fort Wayne. Wonder if bo would help
us, Gould can control n couple, mid the
Cleveland purlieu, li. verattx and llurlbnrt,
two others. Garlield can work the Cleve
land people. Ikirscy is in lil.ugij.
Don't know how long ho will remain. Ho
not disappoint me in regard to the tin,
odd wrliteii fyr yesterday. We must hnvo
U ur Mi'P lighting. Yours.
"John C. Nkw,"
" September 4, 180,
"Hon. Maishall.Jewell, Chairman, etc..
New York :
"My Dk.au (ii)VKiiNnit'. -Yours of the 2,1
liistiinl, covet ing check on Levi P. .Morion
(or t-t.tsiu at hand, and for which you have
my ttiiuiks. Yours truly,
John C. Nkw. "
"lxHIAXAIMI.IH, Sep'.i'iiiber 'JD,
"Hon. Matsliall Jewell, Chalriiiun of Com
mittee: "IIUAU Govkunou Ttio prospect grows
brighter. I ssiw Mr. Dorsey on Thursday.
He Is up to his eyes In letters, etc., etc.
He is doing us good service, and wu are In
accord. Yours In haite.
Jon ii C. Nkw."
ecitcnihci",f), ISM), j
"My Dkah (Iovkkncik-I thank you for
your ioiittdeneo. I know that u grcal
many Ilea are beltiK told about me oer.on
ally, and about our friends, bttl I au
too busy to pay attention (o these cluirgoa
uow. They will ouly start another lie when
we nail one, If we can ouly carry Indiana,
wi cau aflgud. to let thtuu all 'be d d.'
"Jours, lu haste,
Jour- C. Sew.'
rnnnnn nnun p , t -
i uuiiun hcivo. r-;
The Count de Paris Placarded at
King of Franoe.
O'Donnell, the Man Who Killed Carey,
On His Way to Eneland-Sustwoted
Fenians in Irelwtd-Oahle Olkki.
rn . it.
TARia. August SS.The city la the scene
ofirreat excitement to-day. luring tbe
nluht the whole metropolis was placarded
with proclamation deolarlnj the Count de
Paris king of France as Lonts Phi llippi II.
Ten thousand of the placards have so far
been torn down bv the poHne. In many
place the police, in their effort to tear
down thn proclamations, wero restated by
tho crowd surrounding the bulletin. Tbo
far th police haste been unable to asoer
tain tho names ef the person whe caased
the placards to be posted np.
PRINCl JKFOM1 KAPOSjyON.
The Gaulols says It hears that Peine Je
rome Napoleon Intend to puhliah a mani
festo to be lwied coincident wtth the fnne
ral of Chambord.
A number of French subjects Jfrora Mad
at:acar arrived at tbe Island reunion rn a
Catb Town, Auiftist 28. -The Crown
will demand that O'Donnell. who killed
James Carey, be removed to England by a
warrant Issued by the Governor of f'jipe
Colony, under section 3ft of the ImperUI
fugitive offenders act of 181.
Livkbpool, Anirmt 28. -Jas. McDer
moil, who was recently arrested am com
mitted here on a ctargo of having eon
spired with the dyoamttc party to blow up
public building, waa up for further
hearing In court to-day. Testi
tnoney was given by the police to the effeot
that, on searching MeDermott shortly after
his arrest, they found stitched to his ooat,
between the lining and the
cloih, a letter of Introduction
from Feauerstotre, the recently con
victed oynamlter, and who Is now ervinjt
out a life senteuee, to Dalton, another of
the convicted dynamite party, and who la
also serving out a Itfe sentence. MeD
molt was further remanded.
I.ondov, Augnst 28.Tbe Daily N'ews
correspondent at Madrid says that the Min
isters who opposed King Alfonxo's visit to
Germany, argue It would lie more politic
tor the King to surrender the Idea, because
of the umbrage Franco wonld take If he
carried II out.
( ossiANTiNOPi.it. August 'AS. The Sul
tan has pressed tho Prince NiktU, the
Montenegrin ruler, to prolong his visit
here. The Impression Is gaining ground
that It is the in tout ion of Montenegro to op-po-e
the further advanoe of Au.trta Into
lioMK, AuirtMt as. An encounter has
taken placo between brigands and the po
lice authorities near Cai&rtiizaro, in tbe
province of the same name. Chief Iileca
and a policeman were killed. Two police
men were wounded.
It ni.lN, August '.a.-Tbe pollen of Cork
have seized a quantity of rifles, cutlasao
anil ammunition secreted In an out of the
way pla.-o and suppoed to belong to Fen
ians, Two arrest have been made.
SOI'TII A I' HI C A.
Cai k Tows, Angirst 28. O'Doenieil, tbo
slayer o James Carey, sailed to-day for
London in;, I . ! tbe escort of two special de
tectives. 1'lie. Mouth African authoritlen re
sent hts removal to Imdon for trial.
St. pKTKRSRt'RO, Aucust 2S. The of
fleial estimate! of wheat and other crops of
llusia show the ytold to ho generally satin
factory. tire avS Loalavtlle.
Lot isvillk, Ky., AtiUKt IS. A Are at
4 o'clock this morrrlug In the planlng-mlll
of Simmons, F.ly ft Hamilton Uireatened
at one time a large amonnt of property, as
the mill Is surrounded by large factories.
The machinery Is entirely ruined, and
much valuable work destrorod. The loss
amouu's to $'.'U,000. Imuran $5,0o0. A
number of stables and frame cot tap were
;cn. nlMicock Will IVpclloe.
Washisotox, August M. A prrvato
letter coniinns the report Unit Hancock will
not accept Hie department of the West, and
that Sheridan will therefore be succeeded
by Si'hnlleld, who will eitahllsh his head
quarter at St. Louis Instead of Chicago.
An t:rnrlon llual Hlown I p.
Nkw Yokk, August IIS. -Inspector
Tliorne received a tll.patch this afternoon
stallnu' Hint the excursion steamer lllver
dale was blown up at the foot 0f Slxioeutn,
street, North river, and railing for all the
ambulances In the city,
Cincinnati. August Ifl.-A committee
of fifteen IkMiioeratn. iippointed by a secret
libeling of Democrats yesterday, are
considering the question of calling ' a nevr
county convention. Tliey will report to
morrow. U4 ICuouictl.
St, Loi'is, August il Among the mar
Huge Ihs'itses Issued to-day was one to.
christian Anderson and llertlm Olseit,
w hose dlsappeurauco on Saturday created
such a racket.
A Miialclnn'n Arrival.
Cincinnati, August 28,-lleir 8hrn
dick, laic of the Llepale Conservatory of
Mitslu, has arrived to take charge of tho
violin department, of the College f Music
rn' tills city.
B.KiiH, Vt.v August 28,-Froet ap.
peuied yesterauv, and this morning In On
tral Yennont severe danugo was done to
crops In (Itotcii and Topsham on the low
A Dead I'omal auerlt.
Cincinnati, August 28.-Wtn. M. Iloyt
the postal clerk, injured hi ycetnrdny ';dls.
aster ou tht Pan Handle road at Mlnjo Juuc.
Hon, died last night.
Apaearaaee el Hoar Cholera,
Nkw Your, August M.-Uog cholera
has appeared af fatcboqavt, A nnmberot
farmura bar met with heavy loeota from
Ak hihos, Ran., Aagan 38. Sotwta
itt.illnK the leuer of 0v. Mkrk, nrhJoli
kad ita intention of pristrag Mado from
further tinning on Ssnsu loll, tho Maori
as still with us. ft. In ntsted that tbo county
attorney Is ready to proceed wtth a proee
cntlon aua as a rennuble penon shall
file a complaint under the statute, tat m
far nothing of the khid has been dona.
Gov. Glick came hers from bis home In To
peka and spent Sunday, having for lu poj
tial object the furthar Inveathtnflou ot ton
trauilng, but as be fonnd our people oa
the side of our ditltk;u4ehd guon,
and rather favoriag his) preaoinie, the gov
rnor has gone home feeling belter diaoeeed
toward the matter, An investigation of tho
Nebraska law shows that tt is Identic! wta
that of Kanaati, and it 1 now said that it
anoiner move is made Colorado will bo Mm
objective point. Slade, in order So onnxr
eeioe any lexal onatrueUaH, has Joined the
Atchison Blue Slocking hxm tmil dob so
pitcher, and will piny bit first game Bunder
next. The usual routine under Jaot
Brighton U daily indulged tn.
Mroek Her Llk a Tainn4er.Bu.
St. Joskph, Mo., August -jS.Mr.
Abratn N.ue Is sufferlnt; from nwrvoan
prostration, caused, it 1 s4d, by toe
shock produced by the allocations set
forth in her husband's petition for di
vorce. Site wae undoubtedly Liken firreat-
ly by surprise by the service of tbe petidost.
Her friends claim that she did not him th
srtchtest intimation that anrthiui wan
between herself and husband. wtxta
the petition fell unon her Ilk a
thunder-bolt from a Mear ak-
that they dined together Thurnday;
and at that time tu rthinn
was being drained. Mr. Nave did nat ee-
turu to the Pacific House after dinner, and
In the eventui had his hat-nacB
It is said, however, that Mra. V.v cnlUd
on him at bis store after tbe petition had
been servd on her. bnt nothing ilka n
stormy soene eneued.
Sihol Does In the JtrsL
lNniANAroi.i3,AugUAt 28. Jaoob Otdna
barger aud Jaeoii Bush bad a law suit tht
morning In a Juhtioe's court. Tho oourt
decided in the letter's favor. Mcetinf
Bush on the su-eel about 1 o'otock, Oldaa
barter drew a pistol and flrad.klUIng BueV
Instantly turning from Bush, be shot Sam
Campbell, woo was panning at the than,
probably fatally. lie then erowed tbe
stnei, and. putting hi pistol to his osra
hea l, shot himself dead. It is probable
the shooting of Campbell vras accidental,
as ho was In no way oounected wtth the
CiitCAiiu, August iS.-A epecinlto
the Journal from Janeevtlle, Win., says a
furious hiulati.r u last night practically de
stroyed the entire tobaa-co crop ot Rock
county. The damage Is emlmated at fuWy
Stkri.inu, III., August 2S.-A never
hailstorm pasxed over thle ooonty abent
elht miles north of here Last evening. The
storm extended over a territory tftitn
miles long and ten mile wtie. tire eoaeto
crops will approximate fM.OQi).
Nkw Yokk, August 28. -About 800 (leaf,
mutes attended tbe first triennial conven
tion to-day. President A. P. UoOreffer
called the convention to order. There wore
even delegue from Boston, six from
Michigan, one from Onlnrailn fc
VW wivu hi
Dakota, fonrfrom Cleveland, and otben
from Cincinnati. New York., Brookrya and
New Jersey, president McGregor mado no
address in the
w -'i- ki iwiii iiuia
the object of tho gatheriiag.
Al'tif'ST 23. j
f Vi lli". t'tnnrlnni C rtVj. -
. ... ..... ........ i wu ju astaan
to heavv iln .'wir.d', T. IUh ,n a. a. -.
- .. .... , - - ... .-,"- w inn "m
4 i.i; eii.mnonto medium $4 40(4 SO: fair
to good Colorado $40uYayv 10; southwest $S 7S
Or I K.". i1 ru j. T.v.n. 1 ' . ,w. . .
....... r- '" ' i t.m w; I1EIH SO
gniidstncker$l.lWfil7ri fair to good feed
ers f.1 7."iar4 2ft; eoiiimon to choWw natrro
cow and heifers U 2.'K4 00: soallawniri of
mi, nil,,. .r- ivd ,w,
()tt Iteeelnta USil he(t. hln.u.
9 "Mil h.t.,1 Prl.ui- ... -I....I JSI
r- -',. ,i...-. ...iiuiiiwi in o,mo,j io i or
111. Ill lit irnn.l VlipLj CJ r.-.Jl
... in.--., vr ucrw I.t misna
to good packing ami $." lo,'ii; forbuutb'-
1 1 UK P Cotumsn. nmrlitini .nA II.
$2 oiuii',", .'I,'; fair to irood M MM HT: nrlm
SI "'"e4 i"i; fair to us)d Toxan $i .
WIIKAT Lower: eloslnr .i ti rwir-
All.'il.t: flOlk rSenicinlhic! tl ilin iw
toiler; fl 04 S Novpnilier: T 00 u
CHUN Lower: Alti Ainni-. ajisc
.September; 4i)' Oetnlityr; 4l Novem
ber: 4(il year; 47 s. Mav.
ti.M'S-Lower: 'MH Animal: "ft: eu
tember: 2bV October: 'lut: v..r. wv
WilKAT Lower; ebi.lnr at tl OM bv
emi.er; $107. October; 1 10 H Novetn.
ber; M 04 vear.
Ct.HtN-l.ower; 4. i September : 4it b.
October; U NovemiMn; 41H year; 43
b. Mav. '
OATS Higher; 26. September; 2tt b.
UctuliDi'j 26 year; 21) May.
WIIKAT-Augttst none; Septmler
$1 l.'a; October $1 10 ; Novemberfl HX.
Peeeinber $1 24; January $1 Jtm a.
COltS Auiriist none; September 8IM;
October 0.1 b. ; Novembers.
,vUVIS7:-y,K,.!.Mt nnni" 'Ttember lo;
OeluUer ;w; November .16.
BL' TTKH Creamery tells at lH'irai for
choice to fancy to 22 for selection.; seconds
at dairy rates; dairy at I.'17 for choice to
fancy; fair to good pll'.'; common e)l0.
Country pneked stlnw, choice at IVirlO.
eumtnon W7. This utarket contlauea
hteiiilj and unchanged.
POl'l.TltY-We quots: Sprlnir chlcken
Sinah tliud 2i. meditrm lo goed-sla-ej $1 AO
nil 7n fur fair to Knod. tt and fancy full
grown $2 2o. Coi:ksW (VWi 73,f'Wl 20 mil
ed SI iV'.I M and for hone. .Spring ducks
KIIUS KecelnU 379 tika. Owinr IaIIi.
warmer weal hur eggs are running poorer tn
imliir and buyers art more eautione; goott
marks qtiot.vble nt 14o poorstoek lower sc
oorilng to quality,
Mark liaise Wheat dull; corn
(Pull, lied winter and California wheat
tilt coast declined W; red wlnur wheal
and mixed Ann rlcnn earn to nrrtvt de
clined Dd. Spot wheat hi bull
and easier; N. 2 spring On 2d. No. S
piing none In markel; Western winter wn
Id, Mixed Western eon dull at &tVd,
remaiid from the t'utiei Kt'i-dn-Lr--1 n