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THE PERHYSBUBG JOTJRNAX, FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1909.
a. L. DLUD, Hdltor mad Publlitatr. PHREVsnuiiQ, ' onia BELIEF REVIEW OF 11 WEEK'S EVENTS , .08T IMPORTANT HAPPENINGS OF THE PAST WEEK TOLD IN CONDENSED FORM. ROUND ABOUT WORLD Information Gathered from All Quar " tore of the Civilized World and Prepared for the Perusal of , tho Busy Man. - - - i WASHINGTON NOTES. In taking Uio oath of office Presi dent Taft will uso tho supremo court's historic bible, thus breaking up an old precedent, other presidents accepting now holy books. Washington Is ready for tho Inau guration of President Taft nnd many visitors aro already In tho capital. TowanB in Chicago have started a movement to augment the fund piling up for the erection of a substantial monument to tho lato William B. Alli son, former nestor of tho United States senate. Tho legislature and congress has also made an appropria tion for .a suitable memorial to be erected in Washington. President-elect Taft, by the selec tion of Franklin MacVeagh of Chica go, -completed his cabinet. Tho house, after a hard battle and many amendments, passed tho sundry civil bill, carrying $137,000,000. A committee of flvo members has been appointed by tho house to decide whether Representative Cook's attack on tho president shall be expunged from tho record. The provision In tho diplomatic and consular appropriation bill that there shaU 1)0 no ambassadorship created unless it has been provided for by act of congresB has been agreed to by the "conferees. The house of representatives cut tho salary of tho president to $75,000, tho vice-president to $12,000 and defied tho sonato which had fixed tho amounts by amendments to tho legislative ap propriation bill. Tho senate passed a bill which closes -the Ilrownsville Incident and gives a partial victory to Senator For aker who ifought tho president's dis charge of negro soldiers. On motion of Senator Daniel of Vir ginia, tho omnibus pension bill passed by tho senate, was amended to pro vide a pension of $50 a month to Ellen B. Lee, widow of the late Brig. Gen. Fitzhugh lioe, U. S. army. Before tho close of the sixtieth con gress, ,a ship subsidy or ocean mall laubsldy law will bo enacted by con gress, if .now plans of house leaders are successful. The ocean mall bill, which passed the senate March 20, 1908, will bo reported out of the house committee on post offices and post foads. A canvass of tho committee 'Indicated that tho vote on this meas ure will be 10 to 8. Of the 12 Repub licans, Representatives Stafford of Wisconsin and Murdoclt of Kansas will vote with the six Democrats against .tho bill. PERSONAL. "W. Vernon Booth, head of the failed fish trust, is charged in an in dictment with conspiring with Freder ick R. Robbing, former assistant treas urer, to defraud a bank out of $300, 00. Lady 'Cook, prominent In tho advo cacy of the causo of woman suffrage here and in England, arrived in Now York from England. Lady Cook, who was formerly .Miss Tennesseo Claflln, declared that woman's battle for tho suffrage was already won. Senator Beveridgo was proclaimed leader of the Indiana Republicans at a .banquet given by Republican edi tors in Indianapolis. Tho Benator In a speech talked of party fealty and favored a real primary law. K. H. Harrlman celebrated his slxty flrst birthday at San Antonio, Tex., in a quiet manner. Ho spent the morn ing in pistol and rlllo practice. He eaid he never fell better in his life. Bernard II. Rawl of Lexington, S. C, was appointed chief .of tho dairy di vision of the department of agricul ture at Washington at $2,500 a year. Llout. Gov. Shornmn In the Repub lican primary at Springfield, 111.; de feated Mayor Rcece for tho nomina tion. GENERAL NEW8. Ben G. Fornald and Charles Tonney Jackson of Wisconsin plan a trip to the Gulf of Mexico In a canvas canoe. Tho reported engagement of Miss Ethel Roosevelt and William Phillips, third assistant secretary of state, la denied by, tho president's secretary and tho young man's mother. Fearing an attack on tho jail to lib erate three alleged burglars, the sbor. iff at Lima, O., asked authority to call out tho militia if nocessary. Tho stato department has made In quiry of tho governor of Nebraska con cerning the mobbing of Greeks at South Omaha. Austria has concentrated Its war vessels and sent bridge material to the army in preparation for war with Sorvla. Discovery of tbe body of an unln dentlfled man, who bad been shot, gave tho police ot Canton, 111., a mys tery to solve. To prevent a lynching Sheriff Grif fin hns taken John Junkln, self-con. fessed slayer of Miss Clara Roson in Ottumwa, Iowa, to tho Dos Moines jail. Col. Henry F. Vallotto, aged 86, and blind, married Miss Eleanor Anderson, 25 years old, at Long Beach, Col. Both arc former Chlcagoans. Whether three packages confiscated at Davonport, la,, contain $60,000 of tho loot obtained by a band of swin dlers Is a question that will not bo an swered until April whon tho court opens them. Rnlph Bristol, a Btudent In the Ore gon State university was driven, in sane whon ducked In ico wator by hazers. Speaker Cannon In a caustic letter answered an attack by Edward E. Hlgglns, president of Success Maga zine, on himself and the rules of the house. Although tho indisposition of tho popo continues tho attending phy sicians maintain that his holiness will bo entirely recovered in a few days. In a speech at tho Peace dinner In Now York, Senator-elect Root de nounced Nevada legislators and cer taln congressmen ns rowdies and mak ers or war. At tho samo dinner Taft sounded praiso of Root. Tho defense In tho Cooper-Sharp trial at Nashville for tho murder of former Senator Carmack scored a point In showing that Carmack was in an ugly mood and borrowed a re volver. Post Ofllco Inspector Swenson of Iowa has uncovered a gigantic swindle by fako foot racers, horse racers, pugi lists and wrestlers at Council Bluffs, la. "Billy" Sunday, tho baseball evange list, was horsewhipped by Sherman Potts of Lovlngton, 111., in the taber nacle at Springfield, with 8,000 per sons as witnesses. Cardinal Gibbons, in a magazine ar ticle, defends Catholics as loyal citi zens of tho United States, In answer ing charges by Lutheran and Baptist ministers. Secretary Newberry of the navy department said there" is no Intention of relieving Admiral Sperry from com mand of tho "battle fleet." A suit to recover blood money ob tained by Mrs. Bello Gunness from her victims was filed at Laporto, Ind by a brother of Andrew Helgeleln. Two thousand jackles and marines of the fleet, which has just completed its world cruise, marched and were entertained In Norfolk, Va. Arkansas has been assigned as the name of ono of tho new battleships authorized by congress. Tho monitor by that namo will bo given a suitable designation. A new office, that of general in spector of navy yards, haB been created by Secretary Newberry and Rear Admiral Caspar F. Goodrich, commandant of the New York navy yard, has been assigned to perform its duties. President Roosevelt was scathingly denounced by Representative Cook of Colorado, in a speech on the Becret service question in the house. Mr. Cook is a Republican. Tho weather bureau at Washington sent out a warning against floods of tho Ohio and southern rivers, which are rising rapidly because of heavy rains. President Gomez has sent to the senate tho nomination of Carlos Gar cia Velez as minister to the United States. The present minister, Senor Qucseda, has been summoned to Ha vana to consult with the president relative to his future assignment. It is announced that tho dates for tho national meeting of tho Fraternal Order of Eagles to bo held In Omaha have been fixed for September 13 to 20. inclusive. Orvlllo Wright at Pau, France, made bis first ascension since the accident at Fort Myer, in which he was severe ly injured. Accompanied by his sis ter, ho was a passenger in the balloon Icarus, which was piloted by Marquis de Kergarlou. After an official investigation con ducted by cable, Baron Mayor des Planches, tho Italian ambassador, has issued an official denial of a recently published story to tho effect that In the stress and confusion following tho recent earthquako in southern Italy a largo number of orphaned children had been sold into "white slavery" abroad. A cyclone passed over Center town ship near Evansvlllo, Ind., unroofing houses and other farm buildings. Admiral Sperry sent a report on the fleet's world cruise to tho navy depart ment, giving valuable Information about tho voyage. Tho heaviest rains In years havo swollen Kentucky streams and tho government Issued warnings against Ohio river floods. A sentence of ten-years' imprison ment was imposed by Judge Craln In Now York upon Mrs. Ellon Peck, 79 years old, of Spark Hill, N. Y. Mrs. Peck, who is known to tho police as tho "confldonco queen," was convicted of obtaining $2,000 from a brokerago firm. Tho Reno (Nov.) branch of tho Nyo and Ormby chain of banks in Nevada suspended. Cashier Bylngton doclaros all the depositors will bo paid.. Officers of tho "battlo fleet" deny roports that they attempted to smug glo valuable articles gathered In for eign lands Into tb6 country. Evidcnco to show that an organiza tion of "white Blavera" In Chicago sends young girls to French Lick Springs, Ind., resorts haB been ob tained. Tho secret Borvlce department was severely criticized by Representative Smith,' a Republican of Iowa. James J, Hill, in a speech at Minne apolis, ridiculed tho work of tho farm commission appointed by President lloosovelt. POWDER MILL LETS GO ONLY MAN ON PREMISE8 BLOWN TO ATOMS. King Powder Works Near Lebanon, O., Scene of Disaster Cause Unknown. Dayton, O. With a thunderous report that shook every material thing for miles around, a terrlfilc explosion rent the smokeloss powder department of the King powder works at Kings Mills, sevon miles Bouth west of Lebanon, yestorday nfternoon, and with tho uttor destruction of tho plant, Wnltor Thompson of Lima, O., tho only man In or about tho building at tho time, was killed. Tho body of tho unfortunato man was blown 100 yards, and was manglod to an almost unrecognizable mass. Tho property damago was about $1,000. There is no one to tell tho story of how tho explosion occurred. Thomp son, who was a new employe with three weeks' experience, had been left In chargo of the plant at the noon hour by another man, who had gono to dinner. This young man worked In tho smokeless powder dopartinent, and tho only surmise that can be made is that' ho carelessly lit a cigarette or pipe, allowing a spark to como in contact with tho explosive. Tho explosion was so terrific that It broke windows In several resi dences of Kings Mills and hurled a number of people oft their feet. The detonation was heard plainly at Lebanon and at other distant points. B00DLERS ARE FOUND GUILTY Jury Convicts Pittsburg Councllmen Charged with Boodllng In City Pacing. Pittsburg, Pa. After the jury had been out for nearly 53 hours, a verdict of guilty was returned late yesterday against President of Com mon Council William Brand and Coun cllmen John F. Klein and Joseph C. Wasson, charged with conspiracy. Ex Bank President W. W. Ramsey, who was indicted jointly with them, was acquitted upon order of tho court and tho request of the district attorney. The three convicted men were charged with having conspired to se cure tho passage of an ordinanco for tho paving of certain streets with wooden block upon tho payment of certain sums of money by a detective, posing as a wood block contractor, and his assistants. Klein and Ramsey had nlready been conIcted of bribery in Individual cases. An appeal will be taken by tho convicted men. MUST RETURN PAPERS TAKEN Gov. Haskell of Oklahoma Loses In Controversy with Scott MncRaynolds. Guthrie, Okla. Scott MacRaynolds of Brooklyn', N. Y., representative of William It. Hearst, has won in the supreme court a complete victory over Gov. Haskell In his suit to compel tho governor to return papers seized at the instance of the governor. Judge Strang, who presided, handed down a lengthy decision, hqlding that tho writ of search and seizure issued under an affidavit signed by Gov. Haskell, alleging that MacRaynods had In his possession papers which he Intended to publish, thereby libeling the governor, was without sufficient fact to justify the action of tho offi cers. The judge ordered that tho papers and other property of Mr. Mac Raynolds be returned to him. DR. WM. CRUM HAS RESIGNED Negro Collector of Customs at Charles ton, on Whom Long Fight Had Been Made, Steps Down. Charleston, S. C. With the resig nation of Dr. William Crum as collector of customs at this port, to take effect March 4, a situation which threatened to causo President elect Taft considerable embarrass ment is avoided. No -appointment made by President Roosovelt has given rise to more discussion than that of Dr. drum, whoso appointment was vigorously opposed because of tho fact that ho Is a negro. A long and hard fight against his confirma tion was mado by Senator Tlllmnn and others when ho wos first named in 1903 and within the last fow wooks, following his reappointment, Senator Tillman conducted a successful fili buster against his confirmation. Congress. Washington.-After two hours of stormy debate tho so-called Appa lachian and Whl to mountain forest resorvo bill, amended bo as to apply its provision to all states, was passed by a narrow margin of ton by tho houso on tho 1st. The sundry civil bill appropriating $139,000,000 and tho military academy bill carrying an ap propriation of $2,541,000 wore passed by the senate. Prohibition Bill In Arkansas. Little Rock, Ark. The Gann bill, providing for statutory statowldo prohibition, passed tho house yes terday by a vote of 53 to 27. Tho passage of tho bill, was followed by a domontsratlon by tho spectators. Col. Tucker on Retired List. Washington, D, 0. Tho case of Col, William F. Tuckor of the pay de partment of tho army is boforo Gen. Boll, chief of staff, preparatory to Its submission to the president for final action. THE BUCKEYE RECORD A GRIST OF NEWS FROM VARIOUS CITIES IN OHIO. Short Chronicles of a Day's Happen ings as Told by Telegraph for Our Readers. OHIO Y. M. C. A.'S ASSEMBLE Large Attendance of Delegates from All Over the Buckeye State at Dayton. Dayton, O. The state conven tion of the Young Men's Christian association opened hero yestorday with a largo attendance of dologates from nil over the state. "Tad" Jonos, late coach of Yalo university and at present with Syracuse, mado the prin cipal address on the subject of "Tho Personal Character of Man." At 1:30 tho delegates were ad dressed by Dr. Washington Gladden, tho noted Columbus divine. Dr. Emory Hunt of Dennison university spoko at tho night session and was followed by William Green, president of tho Ohio Mine Workers' union; J. H. Morgan, state Inspoctor of work shops and factories, and Charles R. Towson, international Y. M. C. A. sec rotary of Industrial work. Tho following aro tho newly elected officers: President, Guy Potter Bon ton, Miami university; vice presi dents, E. C. Harloy, Dayton; W. L. Tobey, Hamilton; W. A. MorrlBon, Delaware. ANOTHER ASSAULT AT DAYTON Young Negro Attacks Woman In Broad Daylight, Pursuing Her to Her Home. Dayton, O. Tho boldest and most vicious assault since the murder of Llzzio Fulhart occurred In this city in broad daylight yesterday afternoon. Tho victim Is Mrs. May Mesaros, a pretty Hungarian woman, who was seized by a negro and only escaped after ho had torn almost all her clothing from her, and had beaten her severely about tho face In an at tempt to drag her Into a shed. Tho woman was followed for moro than three blocks by the negro, who appeared to be not moro than 17 years old. The assault began some distance from the woman's home and she ran sci earning into tho houso, pur sued by the negro, who was only driven off when her sisters came to her aid. Tried to Wreck Train. Sandusky, O. Sheriff Router and a posse, assisted by the local police, seeking persons who aro said to have placed tleo upon the tracks of the "Big Four" at Bay Junc tion, two miles east of here, apparent ly to wreck train No. 26 from Spring field and Intermediate points, due here at 10 o'clock, still have no def inite clew. The train encountered tho obstruction, but was not derailed. Ten feet from the point at which the obstruction was placed two box cars were found saturated with kerosene and burning. Assaulter of Women Sentenced. Mlamisburg, O. Joseph Sullivan, who confessed to having commit ted the assaults upon Miss La verne Quigley and MIsb Elsio Ander son on Friday night, was arraigned boforo Mayor Relter yesterday after noon on two charges, assault and bat tery and indecent exposure. A fine of $200 and six months in the Dayton workhouse on each charge was ad ministered. This will keep Sullivan confined In the Dayton city prison for nbout three years. Fixes Amount of Deposit. Columbus, O. In reply to ! rrinneRt from State Treasurer Creamer as to the amount of deposit re quired to bo made with tho stato treasurer by safo deposit and trust companies, Attorney Genordl Donman in an opinion, refers him to Section 09 of the Thomas banking act, which provides that such companies shall deposit $50,000 when tho capital stock is less than $200,000 and $100,000 when It Ib over that sum. Important Liquor Decision. Steubonvillo, O. Common Pleas Judge Richards yesterday handed down an important decision affect ing tho sale of substitutes for beor in local option communities under the Rose law.x Olo Oleson of Toronto sold a substance which an analysis showed contained less than 1 per cent of al cohol. Judge Richards held that tho sale of a beverage containing any al cohol at all is a violation of the law and Oleson was fined $200 and costs. Ohio Nominations Confirmed. Washington, D. C. Tho sonato yess torday confirmed the nomination of United States .Judge John E. Sator of tho Southern district of Ohio and James II. Mulr to bo postmaster at Pomborvllle, O. Trains Crash. Clovoland, O. A rear-end colli sion on tho Big Four tracks in tho Walvorth run lato last night de molished nn engine, smashed a cabooso and a Btock car and killed nearly 50 hogs. Tho englno which did tho damago was attached to a train of 40 freight cnrs going through from Linndale to Colllnwood at about 20 miles an hour. Tho train which was struck was traveling much alowor. Tho stock car containing the pigs was attached behind tho caboose of the forward train. LEGISLATURE IS BUSY CANALS AND BRIBERY CHARGE8 BEING CONSIDERED. Many Bills and Resolutions Intro duced In Each Branch and More Coming. Columbus, O. Tho return of tho Ohio legislators to their duty yes torday was signalized by n largo number of now bills and resolutions, fow of which can pass, and by a re vival of tho canal rehabilitation ques tion. In tho senate there was an ex tended hoarlng on tho canal question and In tho house three resolutions wore lntroducod by Representatives Bowers, Crawford and Kerapel, pro viding for tho appointment of a com mission to investigate the canals and roport at tho noxt session as to the beBt policy to pursue with reference to thorn. Tho day also was marked by tho In troduction by Representative Bensof a resolution for an Inquiry into tho charges of attempted bribery mado last fall by ex-Senators Drako of San dusky and Atwell of Newark. The charges were "put out during tho stato campaign and Involved tho successor to Mr. Drake, Senator Dean of Fremont, and "a Columbus poli tician," whoso namo was not men tioned. Mr. Bcnso's resolution pointed out that tho character and integrity of a member of tho assembly had boen attacked and It w'ns up to the legislature to make an Investigation through n Joint committee. The charges of ex-Senntors Drake and At well woro that while tho Rose county option bill was pending In tho senate a year ngo, they woro approached by Mr. Dean, who Introduced them to tho Columbus politician and tho latter In turn offerod them .a money considera tion and assurances of re-nominntion If they would vote to refuse ,to favor ably second tho Roao bill then In tho temperance committee. Columbus, O. By tho passage of tho Vnughan bill in the senate yesterday, tho mileage allowance of members of tho legislature Is cut from a 12-cent to a two-cent basis. Thurs day the Vaughan bill, which permits four trips homo each month, with an allowance of two cents a mile, went through the house. Simultaneously, tho senate recommitted the Gillette bill, which contained tho samo pro visions. At the timo of recommit ment, It was said that there was a strong, sentiment in the senate against allowing more than two trips a month, Yestorday, hoWover, It developed that the senators had been simply waiting for tho house to go on record. When the Vaughan bill, providing for four trips each month reached the upper body, it was passed. These bills were passed by tho house: To appropriate $310,000 to pay tho interest on tho irreducible debt; to permit townships to levy a tax for cleaning out ditches and drains; to amend law relative to bids of contractors and creation of a coun ty ditch fund; regulating further the! branding of cheese. This changes the standard for ."skimmed cheese" bo that all cheeso containing less than 25 per cent of butter shall be called "skimmed cheeso." The standard for merly was under 30 per cent. Theso bills were passed In the sen ate: The university enabling act; giving councils of villages tho right to compel telephono and telegraph companies to put their wires under ground; amending the automobile reg istration law to fix January 1 as the end of tho registration year, and giv ing tho secretary of the stato author ity to change color of number plates every year, that unregistered ma chines may bo moro easily delected. Also makes law apply to trucks and delivery wagons, heretofore not re quired to register. VETERAN BEATS T. R.'S RIDE V Ohio Man Goes 120 Miles Through Mud in 13 Hours and 45 " Minutes. PIqua, O. Dr. G. C. Throck morton, 65 years old yestorday beat the military rido ' of Presi dent Roosevelt of 96 miles, military gait, riding three' horses in relays from Sidney through Piqua to Troy, 20 miles, and return, three times, 120 miles in all, In 13 hours and 45 minutes. Although tho day ended rainy and muddy, tho doctor was greeted by largo crowds along tho route. On his return to Sidney on tho last trip he was welcomed by a brass bund. The result was telegraphed to President Roosovelt. Baseball Decision.' Cincinnati, O. Tho chairman of the National Baseball commission has announced his decision in the con troversy between the Pittsburg Na tional leaguo club and tho Cleveland American leaguo club over Player John B. Millor, holding that because tho Pittsburg club had signed Miller to tho first contract, it Is entitled to his services. License Revoked. Columbus, O. Stato Labor Com missioner W, T. Lewis baa re voked a llcenso Issued by tho depart ment under which th'roo different Clovoland men havo attempted to con duct a privato employment agency. The licoiiBo was Issued to Charles Hlckling and ho attempted to convoy It to P. Jt Walsh, but It sooma D. L, Roam had somo kind of a claim on Hlckling and to satisfy it ho took tho llcenso and bogan doing business un der authority given by it. Tho law prohibits transferring thoso licensee. HAD THE "SAND" THAT WINS. Inventor'o 8plendld Fight tor Patent Unjustly Denied Him. Charles Goodyoar Is not tho only in ventor who might turn his faco to tho wall to dlo saying of tho tardy recog nition of his oftorts: "I dlo happy othorB can got rich." Goodycar's offorts to Introduco tho uso of vulcanized, rubber woro no moro tragic than tho stories of a dozon other inventors. Thoro was a man named Simpson In Missouri who discovered that gutta-porcha was a non-conductor of electricity. Ho bor rowed money of ono Amos Kendall to mako hio application for nipatcnt It was rejected over and over, rloh tele graph companies fighting his claim. But ho had "sand;" ho novor weak ened. It was just after the civil war that ho mado his last fight. Ho had no money not a dollar but ho start ed from St. Louis for Washington afoot. Ho would not beg, but mado his way half across the contlnont by saw ing wood, hoeing corn, or doing any work that come to hand. In ono placo ho robbed a scarecrow of a pair of pants and a hat, leaving his own moro ragged garments in their place. In Pittsburg ho had to work as a truck driver till ho could earn enough to re pair his shoes' and tako him on his way. And all tho tlmo he believed stubbornly in himself and his Inven tion. His own words were: "Whon I came over tho tops of tho Alleghanles I saw tho sun rising, nnd I knolt down and thanked God for my llfo and asked him to lot mo get my patent. Ho promised mo on tho spot, mid I never had a moment's doubt after thaL" Arriving In Washington, ho got a living as a day laborer on tho stone foundations of tho patent office, and from that vantage ground ho fought his claim through tho offlco and tho courts, and got his patent. The West ern Union Telegraph Company gave him $100,000 down for tho privilege of using It. The Test of True Love. "Alicia," cried tho ardent lover, burning with the flame of a hot, rap turous passion, "will you marry me? For your dear sake would I brave tho perils ot both firo and wator, tho an ger ot tho elements! Say but the word!" "I can not, Arthur!" replied tho maid. "Say not so, fairest ono! Over hot plowshares would I walk for you, plunge down precipitous chasms into tho very jaws ot death! Bo mine!" "Arthur. I can not!" "Ah, cruel maid! Cast me beneath the feet of wild horses, throw me to the wild beasts for food nil theso things will I suffer gladly for your sake!" "And still I can not, Arthur!" "But, really, Alicia," cried the young man "now, really! Look here. I'll sell my dog, and buy you a Sunday hat, if you'll walk out with mo thero!" "Arthur," replied tho maiden, kiss ing him affectionately on tho brow, and linking her arm In his, "let us go out and sell the dog!" Overheard at the Zoo. "How long havo you had a soro throat?" asked Dr. Monk, who had been summoned to treat tho suffering giraffe. "Oh, I have had 'em four feet long, doctor," replied tho patient, "but I guess from tho feel ot it this beats tho record by at least six Inches." Judge. Just a Guess. "What did the poet mean by 'the call of Incense-breathing morn?'" "I guess ho must have meant that they were having sausago and buck wheat cakes for breakfast." Chicago Record-Herald. Her Cake. "Here aro some dead flies in your cake, dear." "Is that so? Wonder how In tho world thoy got in it?" "I don't know, dear, but I can guess what killed 'em." Yonkcrs Statesman. - ' THE MARKETS. Financial. New York,- March 2. Money On call rasy at 22H Per cent. Prlmo mercan tile paper 3 0-1 per cent. Sterling ex change t-t. 87.53 for demand. Government bonds steady. Grain, Provisions and Lve Stock. Flour Minnesota patents $5.C35.90. Wheat No. 2 red $1.23 li elevator. Corn No. 2 at 7CHc Outs Mixed 57058c. Hay Steady, choice 117.00, . Cattle Steers $G.800.50, barnard ailves J3.OO0C.OO. Sheep Wethers $0.50, lambs $0.7508.15. Hogs Steady at $0.85G7.00, pigs $0.65 Cleveland, March 2. Flour Minnesota ipring patents $0.2007.00. Wheat No. 2 red $1.24. Corn No. 3 yellow CSUc. Oats No. 2 wlito 5C",4c. Butter Best creamery 32c. Cheese York stato lGc. Ebbs Strictly fresh 25o. Potatoes Best grades 95c. Hay No. 1 timothy $12.50. Cattle Best steers $5,900.25, calves $8.5009,00. i . Sheep Choice wethers $G.255.60, lambs $7.7Gf?8.00. . Hogs Heavy Yorkers $6.00, pigs $0.25. Toledo, March 2. Wheat Cash $1.23. ' Corn Cash 68 We. Oats Qash 65io. Clovorsoed Cash $5.45, Buffalo, March 2lV-Cattlo Export cattle , $0.3000.50, fair to good $5.0005.30. Hogs Yorkers $0.600,7D, pigs $6.26 C.40.1 J Sheep Wethers $B,750:00, lambs $0.60 08.00. Pittsburg, March 2. Cattle Choice steers $0.2000.50, good $5.60 5.00. Hogs Heavy Yorkers $6,6906,65, pigs $5.7606,50. Shoep Prime wetlir 5.7E&,90, Umbs $0,0003.00, .VI v.