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The Farmers' Union.
MEMPHIS PUBLISHING CO. - MEMPHIS, - - - MISSOURI, j ' ' NO THI E EOT? PRAYER. ; TERRIBLE CATASTROPHE ON I LAKE GEORGE. try ftood TraAh at C hloago Sol ide of a j Bwrated Hp ulator Striking Miner Hit to BaMM-Senator .Hit. hell Sued by ilia Mother. Told I n a Pew Words. -n Lake George. X. Y., tbe steam yacht Rachel sm Thursday night with twenty-nine sururi.er guests on board Tbe Rachel a chartered by a party f eue-ts f tbe Fourteen-Mile Island Hotel to con vey them to the Hundred-Mile Island House, where a dance ra- In progress. Mr. Phillips, manager of tbe Pearl Point Hotel, who bad charge of tbe Rachel, allowed Pilot Barb r to go t his home In the afternoon, a-i be was ill Claude Hrnnirr wa ordered In charge of the boat by Mr Phillip He l- not an experienced pilot, although famil iar with that p.rt of the lake, where he has been employed two seasons. The night was very dark, li ranger got too far off ( th-s channel w hen going past the old pieti burglars. The shooting attracted an im that supported the original docks south ; ,,.,,,. crowd, and the most intense excite if One Hundred Island House and J ni,.nt prevailed. Move a lar.-o dole In tbe bottom of the ; Henry Reynolds, a negro, was lynched mat. I he passengers scarcely knew wnat ; bad happened before tbe boat filled with water and Bank. No time was given to the Ill-fated pleasure seekers to otter a prayer. Borne of the passengers were caught under me suave ooca sou u.ea nuickiy. " seemed hours before help arrived, though a dozen men were on the water in row boats almost before the smokestack of tbe Bacbel sank from sigbt Nine were drowned. Jan.es II. Walker, the well-known 1 bl- m.m . .1... t . .1.... 1 r. , w'W i lutria nan.. ' "itu i ji,..- tent lust ueiore no n i r!iay oeiore juage Winder on a note for 13,493. ?? In favor of Edward Noa. The Chicago Title and Trust ompaay has been appointed receiver for the boose. NeUon Van Kirk, the well-known 1 trader on tbe Chicago B ard of Trade, i fcho: and killed bin self In his ofhee, 1 rl- i . . m ii. ... : nay. no wa, lormer.y a partner oi . eu-r , trying to engineer a comer In lard, Nan ! Jvirx railtfU about a month ago, tut got another start aud seemed to be getting along all right until hs was forced to the wall again. After he found that his trades would have to be closed out he went to his j office, shut himself In and took Ids own I Ufa. At Pittsburg, Kan., severity-five strik ing miners Frtday morning lay In wait and ... , . .,...- 1 assaulted the men working In shaft No. It 1 ..... . . or me ivansas arm ieas mai lompauy. All ran except Henry Smith, an American. ."Jo sUkiJ his ground and was brutally oaten. He linally got out of the mob, and loljg booM procured a revolrer and started egnln for tike mine. In tho meantime a few deputy sheriffs had put In an appear ance and the taob dispersed. The mine is being operated with a full force. At a meeting of the miner-, and citizens' com mittee It was found Impossible to c me to o any agreement. The operators now cor aider tbe atrike at an end and will not entertain any proposition for a com promise hr arbitration. New men are O ruing in dally and hut few of tbe Strikers WOUld be given work even if the strike were de- clared off. Mrs. Maria I Mitchell, widtow of Alex ander Mitchell, of Milwaukee, has brought Hult against ber son, Senator John L Mit--heil. au I tbe Wisconsin F ro ana Marine Insurance Company's Bands. She claims that tho bank owes her 5200.000 and that her sou Is behind ?."'. iki.i In tbe annual allowance he is required to pay her under be will of his father. The employes of the Evansvllle and Torre Haute Railroad decided to refuse to accept the toper cent, cut In wages pro- Hi ISO 1 ov nie nuuani u my oky-., aiieri, ,, ,. , , . , . , i by Buyer & Belch, fancy zoods, and Buck which tho orixent st n.ndar.1 will lw renewed ........ , . ..!... ... . .... ...... .1.... . . I , . ruierinienaeni lorn. rt sent an emci ye . . to Terrs' Haute with tle message th;;t the men at Eransvllle were willing to agree to the reduction if the men there were satis fied The meeting Included engineers, t're tncn. conductors, trainmen, etc. A com mittee went to Evansville under Instruc tlons to refuse any cut i'; wages. - l.oni ivauu.'ipa vni.rca.u in seriously 111 with nervous prostration. California mines have pr ah: -e 1 S,000, OJO of g 'Id during the last sixty days . l , .l t... .. ill . : - A cut In wages led to a riot at the Ar - k m-.. Valler Smelter. at Lead vilie. Workmen ahorefuaed to accent the reduc- tlon stoned tho-e who 'Acre willing to ut au 1 drove them out of the t iwri Obituary : At st Louis, i Moss the wealthy tie contractor, aged J5; Lelsh (. Kuapp. a well-known newspaper worker, need 42.- At Seymour. Ind., John Kapm aged Tc. At lackson, Mich., Colonel Hush Richards The following officers have been ele 'red by the Catholic Total Atstinence t nlon of America, which has jus; closed Its annual 1 convention at SprinifleUi. Mass.: Presi dent, Bishop .. It Cotter, of Winona.! Minn.; First Vice President, J. Washing ton Logue. "f Philadelphia; Second Vice President, llev. ; S. Conaty, of spr ng lield. Mass : Third Vi e President. Mr- A. .1. Coney, of Philadelphia: treasurer. He. William McMahon. of Cleveland; Secre tary, ltev. A P. Doyle, C s. P., of Ne. York City. --The anti-Snuerby supreme s:tt i:u of tbeOrderof Iton tlall has elected, these officers to fill vacancies: George A Phil- 'i - - 1 - ' Aiicnaei Krennanttas appointed uper- Chtcinnati, supreme Trustees: W E Clark, tn'.endent of Cbicauo Police by Mayor Har of Cambridge ort. Mas.. Supreme Prelate: rion, In vacating the office Major Mc A. T. Anders n. ot 1 hlcago, Supreme Her- t ushry deplored tbe Interfereuc of pol ald; S. I' Hura, of Vineland. S. J., Su- iticians with tbe force pre me waicnman; t--uax weu. or ttaver li ill. Mass., rupreme Vtdette. aud M. s. Hamberry, of Hopklnsviile. Ky.. meinlxt commit t -e on i.is. vice 1" .-. IXiwa, ro slgned Application for the dissolution ot tbe receivership will be made a: the next tor;.; of the Superior Court at Iadianapo- lis. Nearly one-third of tbe town of Port Louis, capital of Mauritius, has been de- troy ed by tire. Tbe loss is over I.ODd.OOv rupee. The branch house of the Whitman a. Parri"- Manufacturing Company, of Akron, Ohio, at Kansas 1 By was damaged $135 DOfl I) y tire. Ind open Sent w all-paper are preparing to tight the w In tbe co irts. The revert of the Lots .si n B Trade t ! f tbe -t hip Na- ror. last February must have collided v. coaciuuos tn at :i ..' icebers CKIME AND CASUALTY. 1 . In :i criminal courtroom at Kusseivuue. Ala., rlark kichardson rut the throat of John Llgon. Testimony in adivorcecase atarted tbe fata quarrel. Harry Caldwell, a farmer of Boiling Green. Ky., 60 years of killed his w;fe ; then coihtnitted suicide. 1 t.ey had j to n .p.., iiaiKiy neignier. coioreo. wno. n is alleged, committed an assault upon Mrs. Weightier, wife of a farmer near olumbta, C was taken from the sheriff at Swan- sea and banged to a tree. His body riddled with bullets. To others. Ton. Preston and Will Thompson, colored, were handed to the same tree ror having par- t lei pate In t e cr ma In Mobile. Ala.. li liver Hudson, a man 60 years oW as convicted of a murder committed twenty-four yea rs ago and given a sentence of five years. In a fight between deputy maishals anil a band of outlaws, just westof Vinita. L T. , one of the outlaws, named Ralph nollock. of UdalL Kan., was killed and another, named Sam Rogers, of Siloam Ar!c. was fatally wounded Three burglars entered the offices of tbe Chicago Newspaper Cnlon, and, secur irn tbe watchmen, robbed the safe of 515, 000 in notes and 8100 in cash. A pitched battle let ween police officers and citizens on one side and a gang of 1 ur glars on tbe ojher occurred at West Lake street and Hoyne avenue, Chicago, early Tuesday morning. It resulted in the seri ous wounding of two members of the pur- Btiing party and the capture of one of th ( Montgomery, Texas, for murdering a man named Marsh, assaulting his wife, and mutilating hi. two children. The third trial of Actor M. B. Curtis for the- alleged murder of a San Francisco poiicemftn has been begun A ,,. .,ru,', raid wen Ohio. The Presbyterian Church was com i pletely wrecked. The steeple fell through I the roof of tbe residence of James Uannels. - Five men were killed by tbe explosion of a threshing machln boiler near New- nf (al k The Prosecuting Attorney at St I. mis has refused to proceed against Maud Mc Kibben, charged by a coroner's jury with poisoning her fattier and sister. He say-, the evidence does not warrant her arrest. Bernard McGinn, who killed Edward McKenna, narrowly escaped lynching at Omaha. A crowd of the murdered man's ..,,,.. -,.thMd at the iall. but In antici nation of their coming the prisoner had Wn rARwVMi v. I.im-,,1,,. John Scania a, a farm hand, was mur dered by two masked robber- at Rufus Clark's ranch In S uth Ienver. To bul lets were tlrtl through his brain. The men Intended to rob dark, who is wealthy, but were foiled. A collision lteen a truck and a ' wagon precipitated a street light In New ... York in which s , , took part several hundred persons Tbom as Collins and Thomas Stevenson fought in a courtroom at Hope, Ark., dur ing tbe projn-s of a lawsiuit, and lxth re ceived fntal Injuries. At Topeka, Kan., Bank Commissioner Brldentbal received information of an at tempt to rob tbe Cune Hank. Burglars worked s.-veral hours to get tbe funds, but were unsuccessful They ruined the vault with crowbar nnl dynamite. George Ktsmer, one of thefourteen men arretted at Vt''""y. HL, for tbe murder of Brad-haw, has confessed that he fired the fatal shot. He says he supposed the re- ! , -. . , , . T . - . . M Bimaamwu av man., canr.utfe- ............ Bradshaw and Mrs. Breckinridge THE FIRE RECORD. Patrick Me Villa, swim nf a Catholh cemetery at Peterson, N". J. . lighted his ISf and threw the match Into tbe grafts The tire which ensued -wept the cemetery and marred the headstones. For the second time within live months the entire plant of the Chicago Refinery and il Company has been destroyed. The total k-s was $20,000. A ft.l'i.tflr , vf ., tnfltinn Ir,.. c ctiflTovAt t ingnatii .v iiecnu Doots auo shoes, m ran , rranclst'i. by lire, i ... ... i - iwo cnuuren oi i armer utnsrain, uv- Ing near t!ga. N. 1 '. . were burned t death and Langrain and wife badly in- ! l!"'- Kerosene was used to start a tire. I wo caDins occupiea oy t ninese miners In the Taryall Gulch, Colorado, were .' ,.. . ' are missing, and are believed to have per ished in the flames. Alxut seven ty-fiv i Chinese are employed in the Taryal placers, and have been working f 1 les 1 wages than whites. This c ui-ed t the trouble. Th C hinese are itreatlv 1 frightened, and ! ave tab -.,f ... .. buildings al out tow n. - Fire In the Olson its. 1 hi cap lid '2' " damage, and caused great ex. -it rneui among the ninety-two occupants. FOREIGN. English papers express great regret $ver the disgraceful tight in the House of Commons and say tbe effect will be far rea "hln g. - In a spirit of retaliation, Germany has to put an additional percent. tux on hussiati products Imported Into Germany. I On representations made by Lord PulTerin. British minister, the question of j a neutral one between French possessions i In S;a';.. Iiritlsh Burmah. and the Shan states has 'ecu settled satisfactorily. France has agreed to raise the blockade of the Siamese coast immediate y. MISCELLANEOUS. Returns from school elect! in K .is sh w au increase of nearly 103 per 1 cent, in the rote cast by women. Lieutenant Peary's arctic expedition ! s meeting with serious difficulties His j d nkeys perished from e; sure and he has Iwn unable to secure dosrs. -Colorado is considenn net ' increasing the circulating rnes j tablishing a state depositor J bullion and Issuing . ert i tic a The Attorney General of tin I such a currency would b CO ' v- or silver thereon. ate says tut ion eL ... j Tie section of ti.e Geary law providing for imprisonment at hanl labor has been j declared unconstitutional by Federal Judge oss. at Los Angeles. A full attend arc- and many interest ag papers taare i the close of the Educa . r' Congress in Art Institute at hie ago. When William Armstrong, of Okla- bon a. barbti roncludvd a 90 urn in P.-1 Carney's .op at t :..c.,go he was coufrei with check for 4 3J and a further cbarz. of TO cents for use of a toweL He thought ) the charge was i much and hacked nl, belief with his fists, an 1 Carney was ar rested and fined JJJJ by Justice Union. Louis It..', of Cbadron, Xeb.. died The Methuen cotton mills and the Knitted after a continue u- sleep of three months. Fabrics Company, Methuen. Mass., wiU caus.-d by expo-ure to a violent thunder- 1 close down for a month, throwing 375 peo storm " ! V '' out of employment. The receivers of Because tbe salute f th Italian war- American Tube tnd Iron Company. . ... ......... M B ri t' ImlV IWKtMil i f I r ."11 1 'If In sh::. etna a. not remrneJ me Aumirai i threatened to eave Moutreal Pertuissio to fire the necessary guns was t.i.a.ly giveu by the IKminion authorities. Notwithstanding the Jefferson circuit was abolished by the Indiana Legislature, Judge Frle lley gives notice of his inten tion to bold the regular tern, i f c urt - The mutiny of Archbishop Corrigan against Ablegate Satolll's authority may lead to Uis removal from the New Vork dioce-e. E L (i. Steele, of Oakland, CaL. has received word that Ellsworth Westervelt. a New York merchant, who disappeared mysteriously a few day- ago, has ln-en found in Santa Fe, N. M Peace has once more been restored in Nicaragua. Orders were received by Col Vandez, commander of the Mexican troops in New j nabslit ;es .ire gioo.OOO ;.nd the nominal as L a redo. Mexico, directing him to reduce j cets '150 010 the number of troops under his command Wednesday cable stacks were higher to 200 " e:u owing to t! e improved m netarv situation Louisville women tray smoke on tbe Inuuslrials shared in the advance. d streets. according to the decision of a judge . vances wete lua(je ,,u along tbe line on the in that city. New Vork Fxchange, Ch caw 'Gas, St. Ex-Superintendent " f the Census Rob- j raui aua Burlington being anion; the chief ert 1". Porter has resumed editorial charge I gainers. National bank- which bold pub- if the New York Press An advance of from '-!) to 50 per cent, j ing Secretary of the Treaury to receive in insurance rates m the Northwest, has ! deposits up to the par value of their se gone into effect. Scheduled risks are ex- ! entities. The gold in the Treasury now ex cepted j ceeds tbe reserve limit, and issue of i er- Arthur Weld, director of the Arson So- I tificates will probably soon be resumed, ciety of Milwaukee, has tendered bis resig- j The sold lately receive 1 at the Treasury nation because of au intrigue in behalf of lias come from Europ an 1 Mexico, and Professor Tonilins j 110,000.090 i- now on ts way from Ltndon, A cut of 10 per cent, in the salaries of I Aft r the liquidation in pr ivislons In- employ s in rh rommercial departi ient- I d the St Paul Boad has be rder.'d. Wheelman Tyler defeated Zimmerman j and Sanger In tbe mile open at Betroit. I but tbe race was declared ofi because the time Ural wa- not rc.o Fore ntcmpt of court in Ignoring tbe j Clinaman Injunction restraining the dlrec- I tors and officials of the World's Columbian ! Exposition from c.-in the gates ot the Pair on Sunday, .hi Ije Ijte.n entered a rule lining sis members of the directory are! tbe Director General Those adjudged guilty, with the line entered against each, are as follow-: By man J. Oace fl.'"' Charles I.. Hutchinson l.OMO Charles Henrot In I.trfKl William I. Kerfoot l.0 Andrew McNallv lMn Victor F. La'jrion 1)0 Director Ueneral i'avl- 250 Appeals were taken in each case. The charges if hereby again-it Pre fessor John Campbell have been decided relevant by the Montreal Presbytery and he, has been summoned to answer. Bishop Keane declares absurd the story that Mgr. Satolli will seek to punish Archbishop Corrigan for contumacy. In llstrl"ts In Kansas where hard times prevail the various religious deuoiii-lnation- are combining in the interest of economy. Col. .J. W. I'. Hughes, of tin- Kansas militia. Is being tried by court-martial fir refusing to obey Gov. Levelling'- orders (luriMg the legislative troubles. lud.'e Laroom, of New York, Is likely to succeed Justice Blatcbford oni the Sn preme bench, thougb .tudge Baldwin, of Connecticut, Is lieb-.g pushed. Tho wreck of the steamer W. II. Gilcher, lost hst fall. Is report., to lie off one ot the Manitou Islands - The clulis of the National Ieacue bold the positions shown below in the race for the pennant: V I Vc. W. I- fr. Bostons .. .'". 23 .OCT Xw York .39 4a . PhtladeTpta.51 31 822 St Lents. . . : PittsbtjXBS. .4M 34 Mo Baltlatoree-sn f. .iC Clevelande. .44 S2 .f?; Chlcaeoe. .. : 4" .'-" P rook 1m;s. si 41 .see Waehifrtns..il 4" i; I tncinnatis . v 4J .4-1 Lonisile9..25 fj JSb2 FINANCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL In a t r ! t at Indatsry, Pa.. Charles Keth koskle crushed the skull of Joseph llyri with a lump of bard coaL - It is thought that the deixisits of gold at the mints will be larger by 83,000,003 this year than last. Two thousand men will be thrown out of employment by the suspension of all work on tbe Vermilion mines in Minne sota. The Standard Oil Company has ab- sorhed us only rival :n tol irado. the itocuy Mountain .l concern at Florence. The deal involves 81.000.000. 1 1.,, 10, o.. ,1 .-. p-M inc .. 1 p.. . vision ompany. wnich has a capital st of 8250,000, has been place 1 in the hand; a roce: er. Lyman 1. t randall. tecei ver or tbe de- fiinct Meartov.cr.-i ft Hank, i hica-o. rentirts the total assets to te 54 2,s0l ti President Keinhart, of the Atchls n, j believes In-tter times ;; come with the movement of the crops ana is au advocate 1 f lower World's Fair rate-. In banking circles tbe feeling is much better. Tbe Chicago situation has im- proved and It i- claimed there is no neces- sity for Issuing clearing-house certificates, Banks by calling loans forced ut a big lot of 'n tig stocks, and cable .-bare- suffered a break. xhe feature 01 the market n as liquid atl' n. .i' 1111 u .an . 1 :. j. 1 t-.o. uit.itu iojtr i and fatuous speculator, failed Tuesday on : the B ard of 1 rade. He bad been hard j pressed for several days but his resources s were so immense that it was thought be 1 might pnll through It a- feared then! that 1 of -e the end of the session a greater j sensation w as in st re. and the fear 1 roved ' well grounded. Tbe embarrassment of A. W. -Charley Wright was also due to the exhaustion of John Cudahy's means for raising cas:;. and when he went d wa he carried with blm half a d zen tirr..-. The failures so far as now knowi ire as j follow-; John Cudahy. ! Co., E W. Bailey & C J i, ever v , . e,r f . A. Heimhou & Co, Wright .v Hauzhey, Northwestern Packing Company. The 'result of tbe Cud ah v fa..ure -e ms to be as d's- astrous Ci '.la: s Board f the ot . ra.b Harper , .tvrests as the C.-rn six yours U t e trea min Tver. B. F ! Butchii i operate on the r j rual sit j dazed. i n. lias t; g 1 In many a c r r excitedly d.- ur Ker- wet th. ii;r v. a- a g 1 .ear.' s at New V rl nrcividn for Bankers ,;re v ipVS Wlij :iV5 or SO The Vali et. B. L. c t 'A 1 ers. haT cked their factories emptoyln 735 ha uls, f.ir sn Indefinite period. Tht American Robber Company's w rc-. Bo- ! tori, employing 1.703 operative-, closed for two weeks ":i account of dull business. - 1 til-- i:. ill announcing that a portion of the men will bs put to work a: once. The cir cular also states that the salaries of offi cers. .-I t1., for-'!:, en. and all employe?, with a few exceptions, will he reduced 10 percent. Tbe reduction will take effect at once. The I. rain Manufacturing Com pany, Eiyria, Ohio, owning the largest bms works in the country and employing 600 hands, has a-sizned; liabi.i ies Sl0 00 1, assets $19:2,000. V. lez ,v Co., an Francisco, impi rters. have failed; liabili ties 5144,000, aset P .0 0. The First National Bank of Nampa, Idaho, has failed. Hervey .v Powers St. L uis retail dealer- in boots and shoes, made an a signment; the assets are estimated at S2S,000. A receiver has been appointed for the Easle Machine Works at indianauolis. The lie funds have been authorized by the Act- cident t throe more failure- a better feel- i iui: set in Wednesday at Chicago, and pork i showed an advance of lard of l 23, and ribs of SI from Tuesday's lowest prices, Wheat, corn and oats were ntsher, the advance- in the former reaching nearly 4 ers and in com amounting to 1 l'2. were demoraiied owing to the fall In Prk- BI(S Ul'r" fr 111 :" ' ": t- ?l lower and few sales were ii ale at tie and sheep were affected by the drop ,n hogs, and what sale- were recorded were at 25 50 cents decline. - Ity the temporary indefinite shut down of twelve New Rutland nulls, more than S.00J persons are thrown out of 'm ploy men t- The Pueblo (Colo. 1 City Railway "om pany, own in g and operating live separate lines of electric roads in. Pueblo and suburb-, bus assed Into tbe hands of a re ceiver The Nevada Mill Company, the largest lumbering concern on the Pacific coast, has called a meeting of creditors. The liabili ties are 8800.000, with estimated assets of S100.000. Tbe public debt of the Unite 3 states increased 4. '.tt i. during July. The total debt, les- surplus in the treasury, is now f Mi. 21i;.,44t. The circulation of na tional banks Increased over $5,000,000 dur iag .Tuly. Three more failures on tle Chicago Hoard of Trade were announced at the opening Wednesday morning, as follows: (Joorge . Parker. U Egg les ton & (Xj, and V. M. Gregg. The failure of Kggleston &. c.n was expected, that of Parker & Go, was a complete surprl-e. ami Gregg's collapse wns Inconsequential The raiiM'r-i of the sou t h western part of Missouri are growing restless, owing to jiorerty. The c impanies will not let the striker go to work again and the farmers 1 1 mrt have them. The Sheriff of Ver non Oounty is swearing In a number of deputies in view of expected trouble The seven Corners Hank at St. Paul has closed its doors. lK ; sits amount to 81 15,16, and it has a capital stock ot $Kl,0mj. H. M. Parchen. of Par-hen Co. wholesale druggists at Helena, has made an assignment. Liabilities are placed at S24T.0O0. The Dener tafety Deposit and Trust Company has suspended. Its us-ets are placei at 8400,000; liabilities. 8100,000. -R G. Dun fltCa's Weekly Bevlcw of Trade says: Tbe hardest week yet has left the busi ness world silll abie to rejoice in the sound ness and strength disclosed. No bank- at New Vork or at other Eastern cities and no Eastern firms of large impi rtance have cone down, but numerous banks failed at 1n,, t..-t includ some of high repute ; and large bus ne-s, Hut through all the j strain the banks rf New Vork ha. e passed ' without trouble, and Imports of gold have 1 commenced. 1 rom S-l.OOO.OOu to T-." j"." rJ j in money had been sent West every day, ' i :,nd a large decrease in bank reserves is expected, a' ihe Treasury Las not been disbursing tieavny. rew commercial loans 1 nae oeen neiionaieu. ami .11 msii i.;-e-. At other cities the money markets have been quite close. THE MARKETS. CHICAGO. Cattle Common to Prime, g'S j Wheat- So. j Spring i Cobs No. 2. ! j!" N:,'J j Hitteb Choice Creamery" 5 00 .4 1 '- r.oos r r sn 14 2 Potatoes- New. per 1 rl INDIANAPOLIS iAi.it. sx: ippirg Hons Choice Light gg0.'- Cobs No. a "White Oats No. 2 White cattle s5T LOUIS- Hook.. .!".. .'." '.".'.' "'.'.'. '.';'' Wheat No. i lied : & 30 3 00 t 5 (O i, 1 rjo f 5 mj B I .a ."-4 t 3- 22 234 4- Si, 5.J 3 00 0 4 75 :; 00 ji?, t, 00 00 1 4 T5 f-4 4 55 4. ' :i a "' ? 4 T5 3 ( a fi BO Cobs No 2. rs Ne j !.;: So. 2.. I j ? ' spheep CINCINNATI. Wheat No. Bed 1 lobs o. - . urs- So. 2 Mise I j rTe- No. a DETROIT. : x H F r. I ' . Wheai N . lied Coes So. . Velli w Uai No. - White Wheat So. 2 Cobs No. 2 Yetiow Oats No. White 5 1 LED BUFFALO. Cattle Coaunon to Prime.. Hoos- Best Grades . BEAT No. 1 Hard So. 2 Red MILWAUKE BEAT No. , CORN -No. a re Oats So. a ! BTE 3fe. 1.. RaBLEI-No 1 Poas-Mess. ,1 i Cattle 4 NKW YOBK. . w'hlat N'i. 2 Red . , coast Ne. a !.T M:xe!4 Western I B CTTE E C rearaerv ! POBE-Xew lli-s . .4 Q()T) FOR THE SIMIAN ! v READY TO FIGHT FOR HIS TEM PERANCE PRINCIPLES. Horrible Tre.it m et-.t of an Agnl L'ouptt Vv KobbiTs I'.oie- und CatUptM'll l aeh Ie-eliiu- Bones of Taylor's Soldiers l"x-hnuwil- New Crop il ea. From 1 ur uai! ci-.t. Sadie Sharpe. a performer at West Brighton, N V , Is in i critical condition at ney Island, suffering from a ir.ou keya 1 it- received at Bullock's Casino. She caugi t the monkey and attempted to make the animal irink a glass of beer, She had succeeded In pouring -o::.e of the stuff down ti.e animal's throat when the monkey - ink h:s teeth Into the woman's ri.'ht hand ;n three places between the thumb and forefinger, and the artery w as severed The physician who attended ber -aa! : - . he woman's blood is In such poor condition that 1 a;., afraid hl . d pols niu. wUi set in and probably 1 ckjw as well. It is doubtful whether the woman will re cover. Three masked men entered the re-i-dence f Abraham ''earn, a retired S mcr set. Pa., farmer. Mr years c Id, an i finding Mr. an I !:- Ileum alone, demanded s heir m !:,.. Mr-. 1 earn banded them a pocket -l ock containing less than a dollar. The robbers tumid ferociously upon the old couple a n 1 1 eat t hem In a i.or nl le manner. No trace if tbe robbers has been found. Mis Beam unable to give a desc of the e l Go-. Boies, of towa. has notified the State entra Comra.tt by letter that he is opp sod to a third term mii 1 desires to ret re fri uu po it ics. - Ex-Governor Campbell, of Ohio, has written a letter declining to enter the race for governor aiain His friends think he may b..- induce J to reci nsider this -trji. Leon '. 1 orand. v.h is building him self a res I lence not far from the old citadel, or Hack Port, at Monterey, Mexico, has unearthed a lot f human skeletons which indicate 1 v their large thai they arc th re of Americans, probably sddlets of Gencrnl Zachary Tay.or's army, who fell in the first attack on this fort In Septem ber. 1-4,. 1 he old fort Is now la ruins. -1 'he British steamer Gieaagle. with 0,000 tons of the new 1 r ip of tea. arrive I at New Vori, from Yokohama and A mo. I he cargo Wa worth just ST. 500.000 when she. left Amor. It is worth much more now. and the 11.699.001 pounds will make a de cided Impression 01 tbe market. The s eam-hip Ping Sue left Amoy the satoe day with a rar.'o of toa, but has not cot In yet. The Glen agio being the tirst will get better prii-es. Florida's exhibit In tie Horticultural Building st the World's Fair was thrown out by chief Samuels because it was dts- credlta'il . Ills Hitfhness Itajah Jagetjeit S rigti AUwai'a Itajah itajagaa of Kapur thala. acc'impanied by ne of hi- wt an I a retinue, has arrived from India to see tbe Fair. Hefore tbe Itonnl of Lady Itanajeer , Mrs. Parker denounced the dances on Midway llalsaiice a- highly .iu moral aud degrading. Kxhibitrs and con cessionaries in Midway who have alien contract ialior employed must return sucii people hi tlncr native land When di--charged. Four p'ri- were killed and twenty fire injur ! by t;e falling of a clubhouse balcony nt (.Tielcea. Ma---. All the silver dollars In t!e Govern ment tre;,-ury which are aeceAsllde have been exhausted, owing to the Senmud for money rf small denomination. Sister I ranoois AntolneMe. of Kansas City, ha, laid aside the nan's habit. Her rather roeently dleu, Eeavint an ostn. alaed at ;73.w0 -lreileow Mi.ler of tin? st Paul and iCeinliart of the Atchison say that rail- road pc.s(eets are ht-er.rg. a:nl tliere Is enormou; bulnes in fiirh. Tbe Ikmis" of samnel Vandterburg, in Ransom, Pa., was burr-el and an Infant child nertshed ia tbe flames Mrs Van- j dertuis? iescued to of her (billren. agd ; 4 an i 6 years, but was unable to reach the bal.y. At Buffalo "Hud I I'oble dr Nancy Hanks, toe famous trotter, a m le :n 2:12, her iM-st t i me this year A diastr us explosion occurred on bo . ru the Ueimitn armor-clad steamer Baden a" Kiel Lieutenant, Oelsner and 7a- .-ih and -oven seamen were kilied and seventeen per-ons ere wounded B ;;;' kran de . t the ri-jKirt fcha he hi.s left the Tiuurn.iuy 1 rga .C.zat ion. Colonel C II. .lone-, until recently ed- itor of th f-t Louis BepuUic. has accept- ed the position of editor of th ; Net. VorU Worid. v th absolute executive powers, tie JOiies uecotnes Mr. 1 uutiter s per- i eccmi - Mr. Pulitat -r'- ; er re r tative and win aired ihe - of the World while creating ; usine-s tttan - : ,t .1 lal 1 o icy. ! he Commercial It. ink at IVint. WU. failed. As-, ts, J20J e-is Ha- 'U ; i Bith s. 51 :j 1. j Sut on General Wrman received al 1 able meage from sureon V. B Voung, j "f the a ari e I o pital ser he -ta I ne i at Nap at.n : that nd t n of h :T.crs h it city, in regard u cholera, is xto lag v.orst j in a ueld ItiBattres it. sine and acce-si A 1 r v h ch has i urned for a week in I !! by street oars. Tuesday v. ; : . a. -Burlington Ccunty. New Jersey, along the j be the t ig"!"C oi th- reception hy the Muiiica i.iw-r. has exhausted it if a j Woman's Relief orps at Tomlinson'ri irefu. fcstimate piaces ma aamases to hull lings at siri...j . to timber 51.3 0,030, ani to the cropof cranberries g7S.O0a A rupture ha occurred in the traffic arrangements which have existed for the last to years 1 r - between the Santa Pe and the Jacksonville Southeastern roads. Tiie Pania Fe bus given notic that it win orina To- agreement to an end at once, and reuse all relationship with tie- .' ack sonvllle touthi rn. The works of the New y,.rk Ftai dard Watch Company in Jersey City I ae been d for an indefinite period, throwing m ploy men t ovet men au 1 hoys , id" Ian 1. Wis . i- entirely st I -e- and city ; - ;ger Of 1; u ;ie-s heavy ra'.n ni. uld fa.S At Eiberton. W Vs.. ttr arted 1 tigtit which beet td serious that t:.e i.diit.a ) .!;) it. William Smother-. hil mj terr r so c r'-r al ! knuellng at iville. fnd. as a!u by another Van f Farmer Vac- iv me 1 ible -a 1 vv.-r; kill t m u-es n:: o B.nsWl. in be Se'. er J er s Dtr injured. med In the tow eJ and a large : 6. A. R. ENCAMPMENT. INDIANAPOLIS PREPARING FOR THE GREAT EVENT. Amnajvaaente tor the National Ki union of the liraml Army of the Republic Hosts of VrCeraat Will Attrnd low ttail road Bates Ample Aeeonaiuodatioua. Hoy- in I'.lue. In lianat'" lis corretipondence; lndiatutp lis i.- prenaring for tht, gTvato?t evoiil i lu v life, and for i. of the prvatijst in the social anrutlso munieipaliticsi in rhi- country. Tlw occasion on which she it? t civ i .. world an idea of her hospitJtlity.cn erjuy and woaith is the twenty-seventh I annual Qatior.ai encampment of tiie Grand Army ot the Kepuuiic. wnioh will convene Soot. 4. To I he thousands at a distance whose oyer- are turned to Indianapolis for the KH.ond week '.: Septemra : tho question of what u : : i be the railroad fare i- ! tho lirsl im portance. Theexeeutivelmard have an nounced that thei ailrtads have agreed to eharce one cent ier mile I'aci! way, winch makes th ate less than one fare for the round trip, a rate never before secured for the Grand Army encampment-, and one very ratvh irivea for any purpose. The prohli m of pro viding accommodatiot.s rr the i;ttyit crowds that have always marked these soldier catherings in a city having a 11 j less numler of people than the si a:i l pers within its iates. i- hv uo means a small one. Accommodations hav been provided, however, for 125.BB0 people, and the committee holds itself in read iness n prov Ldo accomtmidati ns hr as inanv more a. ma come, it' only un titled in time. The ellert to ascertain the V duB attendance i-- still 1 a. About l.nilKhi'gs. Thousands. tit veteran. wilJ -it the city dm ing that tv ek, and nuisi lie found places c.i lodging and feeding. For the aoc mnuwiathin of these, a can trass of all the city u- made to learn how many could be entertained in pri vate hcines. The tesults ate recxried in eeventes n Utrge books, giving them the nature of the accommodatuns of fered, the price, aud conveniences as tc bath. st!i'T care, etc The priees asked run from twenty-five cents for lodging and meals up t ?2 u i:a at the liest private boarding houses. All wh de-t-nv to :;,ako arrangements in advance can (lo'sx) through Executive Hire4ttr Fortune, who wrill furnish the tiann and numla?r of available j!:u-o-. at the price desired. Visitors coming with their wives can find good ue.otnmxia tin at the best private hoarding houses nt a day. The chief problem has. of course, been to provide lodgings for the vet erans, the guests of honor. For these eighty halls and schooihouses have been secured, and will befitted up with cots. The larger jo-i of the veteran will I- lodged in barracks erected specially for their u-f. free, a- in all ! cases, of ah cost. They will have b bring their awn blankets, and will have to pay for their meals. Bui meals rf gi oil quality will ! fur nished at a moderate cost.. Tho Ik 'aid I has let a contract t a respon sible person, who will furnish meals at S cents each for breakfast and sup ,er, and 'ir cents for dinner. The larg est lodging place will !h situated on Fast Washington street. Immediately ! south of the State Reformatory tr i Girls, a.'wi w ill he accessible by ele,trk: ears direct fr iti the Union Railwav I staii"n. and also by steam ours. This . lini-rm-W trill hold ia.OM votorans. It 1 wj j situated in an open grass-plotted .1 . ,.f ;),, ull JMjJ ...l lis in -i CKUJ mm 1 ui 'Hie M attractive. I'rocr.Mii for the e'k. Tbe tini-riuu prcrvidee a week of hustling activity and gtirgeotit? entr tuinmcnt. The iiit encampment con tcmplateti will ocetircn Monday uifht, when the electrical ind Datura jjaa disjilay will U- made In the (grounds of the (state House aud Court Bouse. While this h going tm for the pleasure of all who care to witness it. cct- ; tans w i i 1 be holding camp fires in a- ehiiis nla"s in hulls and tonts. and manv wiH tie-r tlK! elottuent voices ol ...,;. ,. ,,. . ;,...i,,.c..,,r :.......! if,. . r 'i'l it. 1 'I ii-'. r. Hi' lUUtilK - ii'. 1 ui A4t : !-:!. The grand parade will occupy iii! of Tuesday from Kt a. m. to p. m., thottrh the I no of march will not ex J eod two mile-! Oil JKiVed Btreeh. A j foatu re of the parade stirpasdii all previous ones will l- the !. um br ol j borscs in tht tin of march. L'omtaand- 1 nr.iiwhief ort ha attnointod - ; er-in-chief .ouu aids-de-camp, and each ot thi i 1... ,,, .,vi,i..d -a ith a horsso. 1 veterans are oriranizinff to le j uniforned very generally, and Indiana , vvil have at Least la.CMjlt old wddiers in iine, and in addition the militia of tho State. The nifht of Tuesday will he ce voted in a sp-.Ctacular wav to tho I firev ck- display, at which the heav- ; ens will b made brilliant for two houi with fire ami color in lafJorate io-;.r;i Hall. The first rejrular meeting of the delegate- to h encampment will i;c cur on Wednesdav morning i:: T mlin aon Ha ;. Thurxiav will the day of reunions I 01 regimental asw relations 01 inaiana. The night will In.- remarkable for tl I grana reception 01 xne aeiejraties m itizens f Indianapolis. Pridav. th last nay of the encampment, will be de voted to excursions through the gas !-':t and at night to the street parade ol war pageantry, mere eeem 1 nothing threati tun.: the succesa 1 , cncanipmeut. J i 1 AXDERS x. I ::itv a ' .. -.a- ufact 1 1 era at Chartiers. empdoyinu men. served v. tice that eduction in waged f eav 1" per c pp y. i :: auu in a,. an- 1 - ing state eievat r a Duluth, Minn., will be built by 7. H O'Neil, of st. Louis. The bias were opened a" the Stat capital, atui that O'Xeil. ?!?, 00, was fuvA t. b thi Penitentiary Com led the pr v vt v t in k a! C anpany tl - for the new State mi: has i P' I A SIAS6-34EET1N v. as held ai Terr, i Fa;:u. Ind., to devise a au for th I re.i-g; J the 1,000 idle men ihers.