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fired by His Own Hand,
Ended the Career of
G. W. DELAMATER.
1 1 m
llcfifn3ncf( Banker, Mies in
His Officii at Pittsburg.
Pittsburg, Aug. 8. George Wallaeo
Delamater, once Candidate for eoveru.
or or Fennsyivanla and who served
at state senator from Crawford coun
ty from 1887 to 1890, committed sui
cide Wednesday by shooting In his
office In thla city. Occupants of a
neighboring olflce In the Diamond Na
tlonal Hank building found him dead
with a 38-callbre bullot hole In his
Grief over tho death of his father,
George B. Dolamator, at Meadvllle,
Pa., on May G, and tile sudden death
of his 'eon, James Dolainater, In June
At Connellsvllle, Pa., la believed to be
the cause of his .suicide. Members
of the family say, that Dclamater had
become morbid with grief of late.
Delanmter was connected with the
Prudential Life Insurance Co. In this
city and leaves a comfortable fortune
to his family, being heavily Insured.
Mr. Delanmter was born March 31,
1849, In Meadvllle, Pa. Ills eJucatlon
was lecelved In the schools of that
place, at Allegheny college and at the
Harvard law school.
His family always had taken active
part in public affairs and his father
had represented the Crawford-Erie
district in the stnte senate. Goorgo
took an Inteiest In politics early In
life. Ho practiced law only three
years. Then he engaged In business,
bpuklng principally, tho Arm being
Delamater & Co. In 187C ho became
iriayor of Meadvllle. and In 18S0 he
was a republican presidential elector
for Pehnaylvanlu. In 1880 lie was
elected to the state senate. In 1890
he was nominated for governor, but
The democratic candidate was Hob
ert E. PaUlaon, mid tho campaign
WfiB one'of the most bitterly fought In
Pennsylvania for years. Pattlson
won after a despornte battle, because
Allegheny county turned against Dela
mater. Ex-State Senator Christopher Ma
gee led the local forces In the revolt
against Delamater and because of this
split in the party the democrats won
out. This was the closing of Dela
mater's career bb a political leader.
Senator Quay forced Delamator'a
nomination by the republican party.
Besides tho revolt against him by the
local wing of the party, led by Mr.
Magee, Delamater was also hurt dur
ing hla campaign by revolts In other
parts of the state.
After Ills unsuccessful candidacy
his bank in Meadvllle failed. This
was caused by losses resulting from
his expenditures In the gubernatorial
campaign. Other losses were sustain
ed through a railroad enterprise.
Broken by this succession of de
feats and losses, Senator Delamater
moved with his family to Seattle,
Wash. Jle engaged In business there
and did fairly well. He remained
there ten years, mid after having re
couped a part of his louses, camo to
Accident Marred Speed Trial.
Rockland, Me., Aug. 8. In a series
of 14 runs ovor a measured mile
course outside of the harbor Wednes
day the first class battleship Connecti
cut, the first battleship of Us class
built by the government, made a
showing which was highly satisfactory
to Rear Admiral Evans and the trial
board. Tho average speed of tho best
Ave runs was 18.73 knots. The trlul
was marred by a fatal accident. L. M.
Turner, a fireman who was borrowed
from the battleship Ohio for the test,
-was killed by a bucket falling on him.
'Angus Pointer Paces a Fast Mile.
Burfdlo, N. Y Aug. 8. ThtJ fastest
mile paced this year waa mado Wed
nesday by Angus Polntor In the free-for-all
pace at Kenllworth park. Angus
Polntor covered the oval In 2:03H
and won the race. The Iroquois Hotel
Btake, $2,000, went to Turley, driven
by Ed Goers. Carjo was fancied In
the 2:20 trot, but tho winner turned
up in Sarah Hamlin, who won thu
last three heats.
Mrs. Bpadley Returns to Jail.
Washington, Aug. 8. Efforts to se
cure the '$18,000 ball demanded hav
ing failed, Mrs. Anna M. Bradley,
slayer of ex-Senator Arthur Drown, of
Utah, has been returned to Jail from
a hospital to await her trial two
,$7$Q.p0O Plre Loss.' ,
Colorado ratings, Aug. 8.-Three-'fourths
uf'tho "Golden Eagle Mining
Co.'s reduction plant, located in the
hills south of Colorado City, was de
stroyed by fire Wednesday. Lost
9750,000. Insurance $300,000,
8torm Ruined Crops.
Peoria, 111,, Aug. 8. Tuesday night's
storm, accompauled by a 50.mlo wind
and terrific hall, was the worst In
many years. In western Peoria coun
ty and eastern Knox county tho com
crop was devastated. Hall atonos of
the size of a hen egg cut the blades
off. the corn stalks and left 25,000
acres of corn barren waato, Farm
buildings were laid low and thousands
of window panes ,wero broken. The
ijamage in Peoria and Knox counties
JiLeatlmated at J1.Q0IL00O.
THE OHIO RECORD.
The Markowltz Family Co Free.
Dayton, O., Aug. 8. Wednesdoy af
ternoon Harry, Jacob and Bertha
Markowltz left the jail and went to
the undertaking rooms, where funeral
services over tho body of Anna Mar
kowltz were hold. From there the
party went to tho Jewish cemetery,
where the body was burled. Coroner
Schuster, representatives of the prose
cuting attorney and friends of tho
Markowltz family woro at tho Jail
when tho trio left. Tho releaso Is tho
result of probing dono by .tho olllclals
Wednesday. Tho stories of tho pris
oners were found to tally.
Nineteen Roads Refuse to Obey Rules
Columbus, O., Aug. 8. Tho Ohio
Shippers! association Is sending out to
the shippers of tho state copies of the
car servlco rules which went Into of
feet August 1. Within n few days the
Shippers' association will send out a
circular In regard to the new rules.
There aro 19 roads which refuse to
apply them except to Intra-state busi
ness, and tho shippers will be advised
to disregard any cctr service churge
made under nny other set of rules
than the ono promulgated by the com
mission. Raited the Price of Barrels.
Cincinnati, Aug. 8. Tho National
Coopers' association's convention
came to an abrupt end Wednesday by
the discovery that most of the mem
bers had suddenly departed from the
city Tuesday night, after receiving
"rush" telegrams. About tho only
business transacted at the meeting
was the announcement that the price
of whisky barrelfl and other similar
forms of "tight" cooperage will
raised to $4 as against a prlco
$2.50 a few years ago.
Catholic Total Abstainers Convene.
Cleveland, Aug. 8. Tho 37th anuu.il
convention of tho Catholic Total Ab
stinence Union of America ononcd
Wednesday In Chamber of Commerce
hall, with nearly 500 delegates pi us
ent, representing every state In tho
Union. Beforo tho convention was
called to order pontifical high mass
Was conducted by Bishop Ilorstrnann.
Kev. Patrick O'Brlon, of Toledo,
preached the Bormou. ,
Shows Advantage of Competition.
Columbus, O., Aug. 8. The benoilts
derived by municipalities In loaning
their money under tho competitive
system wero demonstrated Wednes
day by the reports of Examiners Par
malee nnd Brown, who examined tho
booka of Ashtabula and Ducyrtix. In
Ashtabula tho city rocolves 3.1 per
cent, for Its money, and in Bucyrus.
where there Is no competition, but 1
Refuses to Run for Mayor.
Clevoland, Aug. 8. Herman C.
Baohr will not bo a candidate for tho
republican nomination for mayor. Op
position on tho purt of tho Cleveland
Electric railway Intoi-oats Is charged
with being responsible for tho position
of Baohr, who Is recorder of Cuyahoga
county, Slnco returning to Cleveland
Monday Baohr has been besloged with
delegations asking him to go after tho
A New Electric Railway Project.
Columbus, 0 Aug. 8. Tint Valloy
Transit, Light nnd Power Co., of Now
Philadelphia, was Incorporated Wed
nesday with u capital stock of $100,-
1000. Tho company Is to construct an
oloctrlo railroad between' Canton,
Canal Dover, New Philadelphia, Now
couierntown, Coshocton, Nowark nnd
Columbus. It also can operate coal
mines and own and operate pleasure
Finished Her Second Term In Prison,
Columbus, 0 Aug, 8. Mahal Hall,
ono of the most beautiful women ever
In tho Ohio penitentiary, waa released
Wednesday and tock n train fvir Cin
cinnati. She Is known ns the "Salva
tion Army girl" and Just Ilnlshed her
second torm in tho prison. Forgery
and obtaining property on false pie
tonses were the charges against hor.
Cleveland, Aug, 8. Tom Burke,
aged 19. fell live stories down In the
elevator cago at the Clevoland Pro
vision Co.'s plant last night. He will
THE MARON flAlLY
THE NEW RECRUIT! tjft?
And Instantly Killed was
Fate of Four People.
Op the Peunsylvania Railroad Struck
a Carriage at a Crossing at
Allenhurst, N. J.
Allenhurst, N. J Aug. 8. Four per
sons, employes -of the Norwood house,
wero Instantly killed last night when
their carrlago was run down by a.
Pennsylvania passengor flyer, known
as the Bankers' Special, nt the Cor
lies nvenuo crossing here. They were
Thomas Edwards, il driver, and Lo
retta Grace, Jennie McDonald und
Hannah .Murphy, waitresses.
Tho Corllea crossing Is Just south
or the local station of the New York '&
Long Branch railroad, and the station
platform waa crowded with summer
visitors, who witnessed the accident.
Edwards had stopped his team at the
crossing, where an excursion train
drawn up at the station blocked tho
As the excursion train drew out, Ed-
wards Btarted his horses and the car-
' rlage was squarely on the rails when
the Ilyer. southbound, and the up
pioach of which had been hidden by
the oppositely moving special, tore
across tho roudway. Horses, carriage
and occupants were ground to bits,
tho bodies of Edwards and the women
being frightfully mangled.
Auto Race Resulted In Two Deaths.
Mllwnukoo, Aug. 8. A race be
tween two big ajitomoblles from Mil
waukee to Okaunchee, a distance of
about 25 miles, with u supper and $25
as the stukes, ondod Wednesday In a
frightful accident to ouo of tho cars,
resulting In tho death of two of Its
occupants and tho painful though not
fatal injury of two others. The ma
rhino collided with a brldgo over Elm
crook, near Brookflold Junction, ton
miles wost of Milwaukee. Tho wreck
ed car la owned by Alderman John
Koornor, while Frank Mulkern owns
tho other machine, which reached Its
destination in safety.
Storm Stopped Court Proceedings.
Pittsburg, Aug. 8. Thomas Jordan,
tho nogro Janitor of tho First National
Bank of Turtle Creek, who la widen
nrrest In connection with tho disap
pearance of $'1,750, was on Wednesday
beforo a Justice of the peace for a
hearing. During tho .proceedings a
thunder storm cumo up and Turtle
creek overflowed Its banks, Hooding
the town. Lawyers, bank officials and
detectives wore forced to seek shelter
from wet feet and because of the
Hooded lloors in the office of the Jus
tlco the hearing was suddenly termi
nated. Criminal Prosecutions aro Promised.
New York, Aug. 8. A dispatch to
tho Times from Lenox, Mass., says:
That criminal prosecutions will bo un
dertaken in tho uoar futuro ns a result
of the Inter-state commerce commis
sion Investigation of the Ilarrlman
railroad system was tho information
obtained horo Wednesday upon tho
evoot. Attorney aenernl Bonaparte's
return td Washington.
A 8trlke of Telegraph Operators.
ios Angeles. Oal Aug. 8, All open
ntors emplojd In the Los Angeles of
flee of the Western Union Telegraph
Co. walked out Wednesday. But one
man remained In the operating de
partment. There was r.u previous in
dication of a strlko.
Panic at a Bargain Sale.
Nllos, O., Aug. 8. A panto occurred
at a live and ten-cent store here In a
granite ware sale Wednesday. Over
300 women crowded Into the store and
the counters were shoved to the walls,
Mllftfog, THUIlBDAY, AUGUST
In the West Is Threaten
ed with a Strike.
FOR HIGHER PAY.
Sixteen Mines Near Trinidad, Col.,
Shut Down as a Result of Strike
on Colorado & Southern.
Denver, Aug. 8 It la not expected
that Martin A Kuapp, chairman of
the luter-state commerce commission,
and Charles P Nell!, commissioner of
labor, will come to Denver In connec
tion with the strike situation on tho
Colorado & Southern railway. So far
no progress towards settlement has
been mado and the outlook 1b that the
strike may sprpad.
Grievance committees of employes
of the Denvor & Rio Grande and
other roads aro in the city and will
demand an additional two cents an
hour for yardmen Every railroad In
tho west Is thieatened with a Btrlkc.
Sixteen' of the larger mines near
Trinidad, depending directly on tljo
Colorado & Southern for the handling
of their product closed Indefinitely on
Wednesday as a result of the switch
men's strike. The shutdown will
throw Bomo 3,000 men out of employ
ment. To prevent tho closing of their
mines, which would entail a loss of
thousands of dollars, and to relieve a
threatened coal famine at Central
City, ten of Cential City's most promi
nent citizens turned "brakles" and
manned a train uf fuel destined for
that district. Thev took charge of tho
freight at Golden, where It had been
laid out since the calling of the strike
of trainmen on the Colorado & South
ern last week.
A Capture of Chinese and Japs.
El Paso, Tex , Aug. 8. Elovt n Chi
nese who had crossed tho Hlo Grande
east of El Paso were captured In the
rear of a Chinese restaurant Wednes
day. In company with the Chinese
were Mar Chow, proprietor of the res
taurant, one of the wealthiest Chinese
In the southwest, and a man known ns
the "Jew Kid." These hud. the Immi
gration officers say. met the Chlneso
and brought them to the city In a
hack. Thlrteeri other Chlnose are un
der sentence of deportation. Seven
Japanese who 'mvjin the Hlo Grande
at Bonqullles 200 miles east of El
Paso, wero brought here Wednesday
and lodged In Jail.
Meteor Resembled a Comet.
El Paso, Tex., Aug. 8. A remark
able meteor ws seen at 4:15 Tues
day morning and was vlslblo slowly
moving across the horizon item the
southonst, disappearing at 5 a. m. It
presented the appearance of a comet
about tho size of a football, with a
tall apparently 50 feot long from
which showois of meteors fell contlnu
oubIj'. The ball was of a greenish
yellow color, while the tall was white.
Mystery Surrounds Attempt to Suicide
South Bond. Ind., Aug. 8. Mystery
surrounds tin- attempted suicide of a
well drossed Russian who slashed his
throat with a pockot knife and leaped
through a window of a toilet room of I
a Lake Shoie train near Elkhart,
Wednesday. Nearly dead from loss of
blood the young man was takon to a
hospital. He Is believed to bo Isaac
Rellchlustelu. of Elyrla, O.
Will Probe Charges or Bribery.
Boston, Aug 8. D.latrict Attorney
Moran has ordered summonses to Is
sue for tho apponranco of the out Ira
common council of tho city, consisting
of 75 members, to tvppear before tho
grand Jury In connection with the In
vestigation of charges of bribery In
the passage of a loan bill last month
amounting to $1,500,000.
Ex-Polceman Arrested for Murder.
Holona, Aik. Aug. 8. Ex-Pollco-man
Ben Ciinuth was arrested hero
Wednesday, charged with the assassi
nation of J M Scott, city editor of
the Helena World, Sunday. Curruth
denies tho charge, nut the pollen
claim to have strong circumstantial
evldonce agalint him.
Twelve People Injured In a Collision.
Rutland, Vi . Aug. 8. Twelve per-
sons wore Inluied. four seriously, midlives, 8; heavy and thin. 4 fi2'r,
n sms-vt.. n it,..wi xmi Ln.lli. f-lrvTif. I . I M4 tit tit'
n score or nioio were badly frlgnt
e'ned when a tiolloy car crashed Into
an 'empty car on the Rutluud street
railway line In this city Wednesday.
Tho cars met head-on as thoy rouuded
a sharp curve.
Liquor Dealers are Barred.
St. Paul, Minn., Aug. 8,Tho Inter
national convention of tho Catholic
Order of Foi esters, in session here
Wednesday adopted nn amendment to
the constliitutlon excluding from the
order Honor dealers, both retail aud
wholesale, and bartenders.
Three People Drowned.
Nowton, N. J- Aug. 8. James John
son, agod 21 years, of Jersey City;
Harriet Stinkard, aged 1G, of 'Brook
lyn, and Helen Elocuier, aged 18, also
of Brooklyn, guests nt Uiu Hunt homo,
wore drowned whllo bathing in tho
lake here Wednesday.
A Strike of Boilermakers.
Bakersflold, Cal., Aug. 8. A strlko
of bollei makers, which arfocts all men
employed in this capacity throughout
tho Pacific system of the Southern
Paclflo railroad, went Into effect, Wednesday.
MUST STAY OUT OF NEW YORK.
A Federal Judge Hands Down a Deci
sion In the Case of John Armstrong
New York, Aug. 8. If John Arm
strong Chanler, tho wealthy New
Yorker who escaped from an Insane
asylum In this state several years ago
and fled to Virginia, where the courts
declared him sane, comes back to
New York to prosecute, a suit he has
Instituted to get control of his prop
erty he will do so, at the risk of being
reincarcerated as a lunatic, according
to a decision by Judge Hough, in the
United States circuit court, Wednes
day. Chanler, who is the divorced
husband of Amelle Rives, the author
ess, was adjudged insane by the su
preme court In this city and commit
ted to an asylum. Thomas T. Sher
man was appointed to take charge of
Chanler and his estate.
Chanler escaped to Virginia. He In
voked the aid of the courts there,
which declared him cane and compe
tent to have control of his property.
The latter, however, being still In pos
session of Mr. Sherman. Chanler
sued In the federal court of this dis
trict to forco Sherman to restore It to
him. Fearing that If ho returned to
prosecute action he would be seized
nnd remanded to the Insane asylum,
Mr. Chanler, through counsel, last
week petitioned Judgo Hough to grant
an order restraining the supremo
court nnd Its officers from Interfering
with him should he appear in Now
York. This Judge Hough declined
Will Obey Two Cenv Fare Law.
Richmond, Vu.. Aug. 5. Attorneys
of the Virginia railroads announce
that the two cent rate will be put Into
effect on or before October 1, with the
condition that the matter be taken to
the courts for a final decision as to Its
Daily Market Report,
East Buffalo, N. Y.. Aug. 8. Cat
tle Receipts f.0; steady.
Veal calves Receipts 200; Blow and
unchanged. Top veals, 8 8 8.25:
cull to fair, 3. 1 3 3 7.75.
Sheep and kmbs RecelptH 100;
slow at nteadv prices. Spring lambs
5.25 ( 7.25; yearlings C -50;
mixed sheep, -1 50 ff 5.25; cull Hheep
HogB Receipts H.400; slow, 10
15c lower; pigs, G.C0 JL70; yorkers,
C.55 0.75; mixed packing G.50 Ci'
0.C5; heavy grades. 6.30 ft C.40;
roughs, 5.25 5 50; Btugs, 4 ( 4.50.
UNION 8T00K YARDS.
Union Stock Yards, Ills., Aug.
d. Catle Receipts 4.000; estimat
ed for iFmlay 2,000; market steady.
Prime beeves ti.7.j (0 7..")0; poor to
medium 4.40 0C ..(),"; stockers anil
feeders 2.70 (a .3; cows and heifer-,
2,(!0 (a .r.G0; dinners 1.40 (()1
2.00; Texan ,3.7.1 5.20.
IIojs Receipts 10,001); estimated,
for Friday 15,000; niniket fie lower
Light .1.00 (l.:i0; rough f.:-;o (n)
.5.00; mixed fi.70 (y (1.20; heavy
5.(15 (?i 0; pigs 5. 50 (7? 0.10. '
Sheep -Receipts 10,000; estimated
for Friday 5,000; market 10c higher
Native sheep fl.75 (7p 0; western
sheep H.75 (i? fl; native lnmbs 5.75
7.75; western lnmlis 5.75 (fi)
Cleveland, Auk 8. Hogs Receipts
35 cars, BhlpmontB 1,000; lower; york
ers, 0.45 (f? fi.50, mixed. C.30 ? C.40;
heavies, (i.10; best pigs, (5.50; stags
and roughs, 4 & 5.35.
Calves Receipts 100; steady, no
Sheep and Iambs Receipts 2 cars;
steady, no change.
Cattle Receipts 3 cars; steady.
Pittsburg, Pa., Aug. 8. -Cattle-Supply
light, market steady. Choice,
fi.CO fi.85; prime C.30 (ft G.50; good
C (it n.25; tidy butchers, 5. CO W 5.90;
fair, 4.75 & 525; heifers, 3 5:
bulla, 3 ? 450; fat cows, 1.50 (fr 4.25;
good rresh cows nnd springers, $35
Sheep and lambs Supply light;
market slow; inline wethers, 5.50 ff
5. GO; good mixed, 5.20 W 5.40; fair
mixed. 4. GO ft 5.10; culls and com
mon z ui if Minus, n n) 7.r.n. vpni
Hogs-Recelnts 35 ilnubledeelts:
market slo wand lower; prime heavy
liORB, G.20 fr c.25; mediums, c.40 ?
G.45; heavy yorkers, C50; light york
ers, G.50 G.r.; pigs, 0.55 ? G.C0;
roughs, 4.50 ft 5.25; stags, 375
, CHICAGO GRAIN
riHcnRo, Aug. 8,-Whent-Was
strong, dosing 1-2 (a) , 1 higher;
September ranging from 88 (o 89
1-4, dosing nt- 88 '1-2; December
from 02 !1-S to 03 3-1; closing at
Ii:i 1-4; May from 07 7-8 to 09
1-1. closing nt 08 7-8,
(Vrn flaiiiPtl 1-8 fTP l-lo; Sop
cniher ranging foni fi-1 1-2 o r.r,
cloWll"' nt .")! .1-4 ! DlMMulim. fw,.
Til fi.fi tn fi'2 1.8 ,.1,-ioi.i., nf r.i i i I
May from .13 3-1 4a fi3 ?l-8; clsjJJ n,B,ko' 8-B0-
,nt lit ,
Ools Weie active and 1 to 1
7-8c higher; September ranging from
11 io .15 5-8, closing nl 45 3-8; De
co'niher from 42 5-8 to 43 7-8; clos-
HiD' nt 43 3-4: Mnv fimii 4.1 n.R f
45 3-4; closing at' -15 3-8.
Provisions Were easy and quiet
The amount of money you
have lost by kiepluj your
pare rooms vacant so lonf.
A large sum Is It nt? Make
Up your mind that yon will
16se money no longer in this
way. Have your ad inserted
in The Mirror for ft week,
which will coat yon 60 ceuti.
Your room will then be
rented. Cheap coninihwlsn to
pay, Is it not7
Phone ads to No. B hkr
WANTED Brick layers ut
lmnnii Silk Aitlls.
MORE MONEY, DRAFTSMEN I
If oiialc n competent drattimiau can tell
yon ot poiltlons which will pay from So to SO per
cent moro than your proem wilarv Ami you
won't have to Mick to the. boai J al warn either for
these places offer excellent opportunities for ail
vanctment. Salaries $noo-S3flOOi choice of delr
le locution. Write for list of posltlous open.
Oniceitfn l'iclllM. Srrvtcrcoufulenthtl
IIAI'tlOJHJS (jnc.J. Brain Urokeri.
8.13 Will laiuiuu'fiiilc.rUeVelaiid
WANTI2D-P1 lln Bewlng to do nt
home. Call Citizens phone 1 on
758 . 8-G-2t
WANTED Twenty-live men for day
and tonnage work the year round.
Apply at John D. Owens & Son
quarry. special rates given on
electric and steam lines to reach
PAINTING Uuggles and carriages
painted and levornlshed Finest
material iual only. Dennis Qompf,
Mill atieet, n!d Huber Dldg. Over
repnlr ahops. 8-7-4ttl2tw
FOR RKNT "wo furnished rooms
for light housekeeping. First
floor. Apply 113 W. Church.
FURNISHED ROOMS-Fllst or'Bec-
onl floor, fiuth, gas and all mod
em conve ilences, 113 Blaluo Avenue.
iUCTIONEERINO-J. W. Clari
will cry saloa of evry description
at reasonable rates BatlufnctloD
guaranteed. Vour Interest Is mj
Interest. Office rooms, Court stmt
iioLh, pliouea. Marion, Ohio.
FOR SALE--Two Alligator Hay
Presses in food running order.
Practically good us new. Cull Dell
Phono 14, .Mortal. Ohio. .1. P.
Rrndy. Morr.il, Ohio. 8-3-Gtpd
FOR SALE House of seven rooms,
on Pennsylvania Avenue. Well,
cistern, all out buildings. Lot 40x100
feet,-$1100. 00. See C. C. Hrown.
378 Houlevnid. S-l-lmo
FOR SALE IW ncres of good land.
with good lulldliigs, good fences,
good wells, i.ew scales und well
adapted to Hock raising. Can bo
divided Into four farms. Han stono
plko on iw.i sides. Will take part
payment In Marlon City property.
Charles Ho'stetter, Phono 433.
MOVING AND TRANSFER.
THE PADDOCK TRANSFER STOR
Transfer Storago nnd Crating,
September prices ivuigul:
to 1(1.20; cloMiig at 1(1.17
11.02 1-2 to. 0.10; dosing
1-2; ribs S.;2 1-2 t., a
elurtiip; at 8.(12 1-2.
of better export ilemaml inducing
Although weather continue i'nv
onihlo in tho Northwest, wheat ad
vanced easily, the market oversold
lifter recent Avenkness, nnd reports
shorts lo even up before tomorrow's
'.ovenimont report. Tliero was also
fair iuvest;neiit Inlying, with north
wc5tcru houses lending.
Toledo, Aug. 8. Wheat September
88 3-5: December K3: cash 87 1-4.
Corn Cash 58; September 57-3-4;
Decombor 51 E-H.
Oats CubIi 51 1-2; September 44
Cloverseed-CiiRh 10.00; October,
' ' -...., -.-.,.
NEW YORK PRODUCE
New York, Aug. 8. Butter Re
ceipts 0,023; unsettled. Creamery oxtra
9K. atn(A .lnl..,, ...I.e. nnn. ill. ..,
,...., ......v- iiuiijt muo, iiui-m i-t; luciury
fli - nts 2 m.o .m oi
I Eggs Recels 13,037; weak; nearby
'white fancy, 23 28; do extra mixed
SCHOOL OF COMMERCE g
y ivianon s iNew Dusiness college
8 Conducted by Experjs
Over The Manhattan Store
p The Only Buslnesi College
in tho county having an Official
O Endorsement and,' teaching the
g only and UfeST-
s graiiAh SHORTHAND
Day and Niiiht Sessions.
5 Fall Term Begins September 3.
Phone or Write.
Take a Look!
7 rooms Prospect SI $2800
8 rooms E. Church St --$2800
7 rooms S. Grand Ave -$2800
6 rooms S. Grand Ave- $2000
7 rooms S. Grand Ave--$2200
7 rooms Prospect St $2600
7 rooms Cherry St $3100
7 rooms S. Seffner Ave --$2500
Modern except furnace.
110 1-2 S. Main St.
1. 0 Room House, line shape.
$1000 00 on easy terms.
2. House of 8 rooms all up in
grand style $2500 00 3 1-2 squares
of Court House J
3. Houso barn and uig lofy
largo enough for two more houses
Modern throughout and cheap 33
dirt. See mo.
1. House of 10 rooms Barn,
large lot, fruit and shade Olney
Avenue worth S3700 00 will sell at
?3000. , ti
C. Tarm of 75 acres north of
Caledonia. Seo mo at once for Ti
bargain. Phnty buildings and good
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MINOR NEWS ITEMS.
One Killed, 15 Injured.
Swanton. Vt., Aug. 8. Arthur 3IuI
heron was killed and 15 other persons
were injured, three seriously, by an
explosion of powder In the loading
room of tho Robin Hood Ammunition
Co. here Wodnesday.
A Blfj Picnic.
Akron, O., Aug. 8. A huge plcnio of.
Odd Fellowa was held Wednesday it
Sliver Lake. Ten thousand pedfli
weiv present. Warren sent 2,000,
Cleveland 3.000. Akron 4,000 and othii
Denies That There was Deception.
New York, Aug 8.--AnawolnK thy
charge made at Washington by an of
ficer connected with the bureau ol
corporations that In every step the
bureau had taken to got at the facts
concerning the operations of th
Standard Oil Co. it had met deception
In man nnd deception in methods,
John D. Archbold said Wednesday
that thero hnd been no such confer
ence with Standard Oil olllclals as so
represented, and that no deceptlVa
statement had been made by thW
Standard Oil Co. In connection with
thu governmental investigation.
Acquitted of Bribery Charges.
New York, Aug. 8. In the United
States circuit cujrt Wednesday Stan
ley S. Hubs and William Smith were
acquitted of attempted bribery In con-
'iiectlou with peonage oasos the fed
eral government, is prosecuting In
Florida. This was tho second trial.
At the llrst one the jury disagreed,
't waa charged that, as prlvatd detec
tives employed by defendants in tha
Florida peonage cases, Smith and
Hagg endeavored to bribe Julius Kron,
an employe of the department of Jus
tice, to disclose the names of certain
persons who had appeared befoie the
federal grand Jury that returned the
!i3 24; western firsts 17 1-2 " 18."
Chicago, Ann, 8. Produce market
unchanged. Butter. IOxtras In cream
ery, 23 1-.2. l'.ggs-Extras 20 1-3 j,
firsts 1C 1-2; pime extras 17 1-2.
Poultry-Turkeys,, hens, 12; chickenS,
nens, 12; auciu 6 0; geese, 7 12