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Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1890, Salem, Ohio THE SAI.EM DAILY NEWS. VOL. IL NO. 194. SALEM. OHIO, MONDAY AUGUST 18. 1890. TWO CENTS. bJ Down Peaceable Citizen? at Albany, Ji. Y. Unprovoked Attacks by Imported Hireling's of tbe Central Railroad. Policemen Also 9offer from the Malice ol the Hlnkerton at Fever Heat ninl More Trouble Feared. X. Y., Aug. most disastrous day in the history of the New York Central railroad strike closed last night. Six Pinkerton mea are under tre care of surgeons and five citizens are so badly wounded that there aro foars for their recovery. Three Pinker- ton men were arrested and one was so srvt-relv handled by the mob that the Tiohco surgeon had to dress his wounds, i'ae trouble was attho Van Woert street crossing, a few blocks west of the pas- senger depot and wbero the freight trums run onto the bridsro. Early Sun- iiav morning1 crowds beorun to gather and y. noon there was a huge crowd. Every thing was quiet until at o'clock a freight train came down from West Al- bany, tin the top of each car wore two Pinkerton men armed with repeating r.fU-s. and as the cars passed by they flourished them. Suddenly and without provocation, one of the men fired and Richard Dwycr, a boy of twelve years, fell, shot in the thigh. The excitement was intense and a rash was made for train, and so cessful was it that James Uatton, who fired the shot, was caught. The .police charged the mob and rescued the mau just as they had him up against a tree ready to hang him. lie was badly bat- tered up. A few minutes after, John Houck, a lumber handler, aged twenty- two years, was arrested for stoning a train. At three o'clock a freight train bound west came over the bridge, g-uarded by Pinkerton men. When it reached the city several of the Pinker- ton men, without provocation, opened fire. Mrs. Thomas F. Uogan was shot through the leg and a small boy was shot in the thigh. The crowd by this timfo was wrought up to a fearful pitch of excitement and only by the efficiency of the local police, aided by committees from the strikers, were they kept back. At four o'clock when the excitement had begun to cool down, another freicht train came through and the Pinkerton men aeain fired into the crowd, a boy named Frank Parks receiving a bullet in his arm. Officer Dunn jumped on the train and tried to find the men, but was unsuccessful. Ho was carried back to East Albany on another train and there was assaulted by the Pinkorton mon, al- though he was in full uniform. All the police of the city are massod at this point and more trouble is expected. Robert Pinkerton asked for the re- lease of Thomas Burke, who was ar- rested under arms, but Chief Willard re- fused, saying that tbo men were incit- ing the people to violence. Mr. Pinker- ton said that it was simply a matter of protecting the now brakemen and was necessary. Five Pinkerton men arrested Satur- day night wore arraigned in police court yesterday morning and four were admit- ted to bail for further examination Ono man was released. The only freight train moved yester- day consisted of refrigerator and empty cars. The blockade at Albany is almost as bad as on the first, day of the strike. KECIFKOC1TY. Another Effort to be Made to Bring Mr. Pet Before the Senate. W.vMnvr.TOZs, Aug. Aid- rich will make another effort to-day to get together tbe Republican members of the Finance Committee to. consider tbo question of reciprocity with Span- ish-American countries. Mr. Aldrich is anxious to got the matter under discus- sion at an early day, so that the Senate will be prepared to consider it when tbo committee makes its report. He has prepared an amendment, which is a tnod- 'Scation of the amendment introduced by Mr. Hale on behalf of the Secretary Oi State. The amendment has been sub- mitted to the President and by him shown to Mr. Blaine, and there is orery reason to believe that both of them ap- prove of it Completion of the Coant. WAMUXGTOJT, Aug. count of tte population of the United States was T-acticaliy completed Saturday by tbe Census Office. Of the 43.000 odd enu- meration districts into wnich tbe coun- try v.-as divided, the returns from all "-1 about 1.200 have been received and counted. As fast as tbe returns are re- f70m district" still out they counted and added to the Sotal. The re.sr.it of the count as at present shows a population of and when tbe entire count is fin- population of Vac country will C4.000.DOa E; a- r-., o- the Ang-. tnis city, has received a fiis- :ros3 Coayresstnan TV. W. Jlorrow deciininz to accept the p.jsav.os for Concresssan-at-larg-e 'or tendered hin: by the Repab- Cor.rention. Morrow of the convention to sake ia of the fact that ha? not yet a-jthorized the new of the State under the H-at censns. AX IMPORTANT EVENT. The Coining; ,-.r tht- Km- Wtllhim .Monieiitoui iU-sult> to of IVopIt.-. LOXDOX, A.IJ. a few hours the German Kaiser will be sininlatinij the role of the frieiully critic as the- Czar dppiny.? before hini the vast hosts of the Russian army. Before the last Cossack shall finished the depres- sion in salute of hi.-> lance's point, in the march past, at least four men will know what the near future has in store for Europe. Chancellor Von Caprivi and his mast r will have it, either brusquely and directly, or c-ly and diplomatically from M. de (Tiers and master, whether it is tho will of the Kussinn autocnit, that his country should remain impabsive while iho :irinirs of the triple all'auce pass over the Alps and across tho Rh.ne to the overthrow of the republic tut elini- ination of France as a potentiality in European polities. That the is an event of the greatest importance, nowhere is better understood than in Errand English- men well know th.it the rule discharged on tho D.inube or Rhine may o.irry a bullet straight to the Kv.rt oE their In- dian empire This thought comes to them with redoubled force now that the outcome of the recent visit to our shores of the ha-s been the binding of England to the fortunes of the triple whether for good or evil. Should the allies fall apart or Should they encounter disaster in the almost inevitable appeal to arms. En- glishmen feel that just as surely as tho French would be permitted to work out their plans of on Germany, just ascertamiy would i be allowed to march to the Mediteuunuan in one di- rection and to tbe Indian frontier or Af- ghanistan in another. ON THE Results of Co iti'sts on Assocla- Following-are the scores of Saturday's games: NATIONAL r.E VOITE At ii i.' r.o'r.a-iti 10. At In At 10. UiooUyui At Yorlc i. lioston 11. AMERICAS VT1ON. At .1, To.uilu 7. At a u-i.- 1 At 7. Loiii.-i Hit-9. At St. tu-s 11, St Ijciu.s Scvcu 31 asked Men Hold Up A Missouri Pacific Train. Engineer Compelled to Ask the Ex- press 31 es enger to Open the Door of His Car, At C.evo.and Pittsburgh 9. At Chicago 7 Bi'ffjlo 5 At Nc-w Boston 12 X At Pu At Louisville-Roc-u-.-bifr -J JLouisrille 8. At St. A R- At 1 Columbus 14. JDEFIEiD TilE I> JUNCTION. A Railroad l-.i.d in Spite of Law and tho Protest of i'ropcrty Ind., Aug. At four o'clock Sundiiy morniuij -200 Pennsylva- nia trackmen hero and in forty minutes laid a socond track ono-fourth of a mile long on Canal street, in the face of the protests of property owners and in violation of a restraining order issued in Ib33. During the operation a property owner attempted to stop the work and three policemen soizod and held him. Tho mayor in the afternoon called tne police board together and the officers were deprived of their stars and dismissed from the force. Superintend- ent Bonnet, Trainmaster Green and Su- vervisor Jones were arrested last even- ing and gave bond. lilrw Up tlio Town. RKD Cr.irr, Col Aug. fDr the Denver Rio Grande railway, finding they could not finish a piece of road according to contract unless mat- ters were pushed to the extreme, put 111 a heavy blast containing over a ton of powder. After notifying all the people to leave town and seek safety the blast was touched off. After the smoke cleared away it was found that the village had almost been demol- ished, nothing having been left of five houses, while thirty others were badlj wrecked and rendered uninhabitable. The houses will be rebuilt at tho ex- pense of the contractors. Jn the mean- time thirty-fhe families will be com- pelled to live in tents. Shooting AITrny on a Truln. Ti, 0., Aug. IS. A and probably fatal shooting affray oc- curred at an early hour yesterday morn- ing by which six people were shot. seems that a number of laborers cm- ployed by the Addison Pipe Company, whose plant is located fifteen mik-h from this city, carae here Saturday night and imbibed freely, and on their retnrs homo on a train, which car- ried a number of other passengers, general fight ensued among tbe laborers. Revolvers vrere used and when ths smoke cleared away five of the were found to havo been -wounded, probably fatally. Mrs. ilarvey, a pas- senger, was shot in tii-e shouldr-r. Xo ar- rests were niade. .Switchmen's Strilcn f.nrif.n. CIIKAMJ, Aug. IS. The Wabasfc strikers were paid off Saturday after- noon and at once decided to Thr-y marched in a body to th? company's yards and in a short time every thinr was ranciag1 as sir.oothly aj before tbe strikc. Anil When So Confronted by the of the and to the S.tfc, Kr.nu Winch Were Cnv, Mo., Aug. safe of top i'acitic Express Company was robbed of V-'.U -0 by tniin robbers on thf> Missouri Kur.iic railway Sunday morning. Tho train, which was tha Kansas City limited expruss Xo. 3, left Tipton, Mo., at about throe a. m. Two mysterious figures WITO soon by tho engineer lurking around the forward end of tho train but. no particular atten- tion was p.iid to them. Just after leav- ing- Tipton, tho fireman turned toward the ten ler to fire up the engine and looked squarely into of two in the hands of two masked meu who were lying on their faces on tho top of the coal. One of tho bandits covered the fireman with his revolver while the other look care of tho engi- neer They weio told to hold up their hands and the engineer ordered to run the train to Ottorville water tank, in. "Robbers' just east of Otterville. When "Robbers' Cut" was reached tho engineer was commanded to go to the express car nnd tell the messenger to open the door. He did so, undor tho threat of death if ho should fail. When he reached the express car he found the two robbers had five confederates sta- tioned at convenient places about the car, all heavily armed <md their faces concealed behind masks. Ho walked to the door of the express car and called to the express Sam Avery, to open the door. Avery, suspecting no danger, piibhod back the door. As ho did so the leader of the robbers andono con. fed era to th convicted one month and sentenced to five years in the State prison. Perrin was sentenced to five years' imprison- ment. Kaco Ilt-t ween Ocean YOP.K, Aug. steamship City of Rome arrived from Liverpool Sunday morning, making the voyage in 6 days. 22 hours and 40 minutes. Aurania arrived in tho afternoon: time 7 days and 33 minutes. Tho Arizona had not been sighted at sundawn. Tho race between the three vessels was pocted to be a close and speedy one, and the result is somewhat disappointing. Fatal Quarrel ISutwo-n NEW Yoniv, Aug. a quar- rel Sunday between John J'owalski and James Young, seamen on tbe steamship Rhodora, Powalski picked up a heavy steel wrench and struck Young a terri- ble blow on the bead, inflicting fatal in- juries. Young was taken to the Cham- bers street hospital, where the doctor said he could not live through the night. Powalski was arrested. Krnber.r.Ier Cmr.vfjo. Aug. 18. Adson Griggs, formerly a prominent merchant at St. Joiepli, Mo., was brought hero Saturday by a Chicago detective from San Fran- cisco, where he -was arrested on tho charge of embezzing ?40.090 while act- ing as at St Joseph of E. F. John- son Co., a board of trade firm of this city. ___________ Millionaire KEW Aug. Jo- soph A. Jameson, of the well-known P.road str'-ct firm of bankers and bro- kers. Jameson. Smith Co., committal in v lne S- D-. Aar. IK-Early Sun- day n-.ornir.g fire was discovered ia Crow's Opera H.J-JSP. Citizens -worked bard bat unable to check it until aine business blocks were destroyed- P. F. Crow, active in a sasr-icious manner Saturday, the city niarsbai -watched his place until three o'clock when he tb.ou.2ht it fas safe to go to bed. About lour o'clock the Sro started. Indigna- tion is very high and threats of lynch law are freely indulged in. Crow waj arrested at noon for arson and the cir- cumstantial evidence :s strong. The loss is estimated at inauraaot by hanging at tbe r-si- _'jr.ce of his f-istcr. Mrs. Amos Cottinr, on Fifth Temporary insanity caused by illness is given as the cause- Floor Horned. Aug. Crystal j Sosr at Shingle crt-ek. Forty-third art-n-je and the rirer road, were burnei j Saturday morning, with several fra-no dwelling and near by. TL-j mills were A BATTLE. A Two Drunken Tc.UKln WUo liinulted Wife. BLOOMsirrno. Pa., Aug. shock- ing tragedy occurred at Danville Sat- urday night, the details of which have lust reached here. The names of the Tictims are Frank and Pat- rick Monohan. John Mininies, who committed the crime, is now in jail awaiting a hearing. Public opinion is in sympathy with the prisoner, as the evidence shows he committed the deed while resenting an insult to his wife. Schuraski and MonaUan wont to Min- inies' house during tne night under the influence of liquor. Afrcr reaching it some was made whir.h at-tractod the attention of Mininies. who appeared at the door with A lamp in his hand, fol- lowed by his wife. One of the men told her to go in and mind her own business, but this she declined to do, at the same time making a retort, but before it was finished the l.unp which her husband held was grabbed and thrown across tlio room toward the woman. Mininios at Ouce became furious, and soizinsr an avo slashed ritrht and left with terrible effect The light was now extinguished and a terrible, struggle ensued. Mrs. Minin- ies was knocked to the floor senseless, where she was found when tho rescuers arrived. Mininios was also overcome by a blow on the but soon rallied. Monahan was found on tho step with his skull split, a deep gash cut, in his shoulder and otherwise bruised. His companion, Scuuraski, was found in the house, where ho had been knocked by a blow in tho forehead, which was split clear across. Neither of tho men can recover. Meeting of Em- ployes. Aug. streets were enlivened yesterday by large numbers of railroad men who arc connected with tho Nickel Plate road. They gathered to attend a union secret meeting of en- gineers, conductors, brakemen, firemen and switchmen. Knights of Pythias Hall, whero the throe meetings wore held, was crowded at each session. Tho object of tho meeting was to discuss tho different phases of work in their several departments and to form some sort of amalgamation whereby they would bet- ter understand each other. For some time past they have boon contemplating having a rousing meeting and their hopes wore fully rpaiiznd in three har- monious meetings yi-storday. The boys all say they have no thoughts of strik- ing. This is the third meeting of tho kind held in a year and it was a success- in every way. Tt-Hln Wt-eokad. S. C., Aug. freight train on the Charleston, Cincinnati A Chicago railroad was wrecked near Lan caster Saturday evening by tho onginu jumping the track. Hrakeruan Jim (Jcr- ald had his left leg broken in two places and had to have it amputated below tho knee. Engineer Pierson was badly scalded and two others slightly hurt. It is thought that th" train was wrecked by dissatisfied employes who have not been paid off for two months. This ia the second time in tho last four days that trains have been wrecked on this road. Found in a Hotel. DKTKOIT. Mich., Aug. Lewis Lina, of New Haven, Conn., who came to tho Griffin House, tins city. Inst Thursday evening and registered as F. II. Fisher, New York, was found dead in bed Sat- urday. Lie was about thirty-two years of ago. Ho had in his clothes S47D and a gold watch. A bottle containing mor- phine was found in his room and his death resulted from a dose of this drug. It is not known whether be took an overdose by accident or committed aui- oide. Sport CHICAGO, Aug. With fine weather a grand carnival of trotting sport is promised at Washington Park this week. The meeting opens this afternoon and will continue six days, during which twenty-one stakes, purses and matches will be decided. Each class raco and stake has received a splendid list of nominations. On Wednesday PaJo Alto and Jack will trot for So, 000 and on Sat- urcay Sunol will attempt to boat the world's record of he4d by Maud S. Mix Wife nnd .Suicided. LA-VVKEXCT., Mass Aug. Edward Worswick, a worthless character, on Saturday night shot and fatally wounded his wife and then killed himself. Ho had been on a protracted spree and his wife, who is an industrious woman, left him because of his brutal abuse. He mot her on the street with a female- companion with the above result. Jit; shot at his wife's companion, but tbe bullet went wide. Dili Aug. Tbo House on Saturday passed the Anti-Lottery bill without division. wassomo litlii discussion as to the advisability of ono or two details and its practical working, bet no of opinion as V> magnitude of the evil or the iT of crushing it. YORK. Anjr. The stables of the Lion IJrewery in Harlc-m wero j boraed last nijrhi. Loss 317-5.000. horses onto? 133 in the perished. The brewery Strike. yn, O., Aug. Four dred union cifanaakera of this went out on strike Satarday for an in- crease of one dollar per thousand for ail A and stnbbom contest Killed. YOKK, Aug. iS. fames Poilion, forty-five yfars old, a locomotive engi- neer, was struck by the Spay ten local train at Mott Haven at two o'clock Sunday afternoon and JnsUr.tij killed. Pollion leaves widow, whc IJTCS in Troy. He was cnembcr of Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers. Cmr, Aug. tcrriflo thander storm did a deal of dam- Saturday evening in tbe residence portion of the dty. Lightning struck ihcd and killed Archie jeverel y injttred Ben Diamond, two boys who bad taken refafe COMING LEGGLATIflS. Great Uncertainty About Senate Discussion of the Tariff Bill Will bo Resumed. Programme of Arranged for the House for Last Will Vrobubly be Carried Out This Wrck. WASHixttTox, Aug. IS is great uncertainty about tho Senate business for the coming much depends on tho action to be taken on the resolu- tion of Senator Quay to limit tho con- sideration of ponding measures during the rost of tho session. Mr. Quay has given notice that he will call this reso- lution up not before In the meantime a caucus of Republican Sena- tors may bo held to determine upon concerted action in regard to the Elec- tions bill which is the mutter in dispute. The discussion of the lull will be resumed, subject to by tho Committee on Anpronri.niou'S which will doubtless ask early action on the Defi- ciency bill now on tho calendar. If Mr. Quay's resolution should bo adopted, the discussum of the tarilT bill would bull continue but progress, in dis- posing of tho paragraphs would hu much more rapid. Sunn1 iionforiMice re- ports will doubtless h- oilVred fur con- sideration this week. The conforood on tho Sundry Civil Appropriation bill report a further disagreement on the irrigation clause. Tho conferee's on the Land Grant Forfeiture bill will gut togothor early in the week and try to determine upon a compromise between tho House and Senate bills. The programme of business in tho House which tbo Committee on Rules had arranged for last and which the absence of a quorum caused to bo abandoned, will probably be carried out during_thu present week. To-day will be suspension day, and the bill extend- ing tho provisions of tbo act establish- ing experimental stations at aurricul- matlers. The Com inUtee on Labor will turalcollcgebwill be called other probably get a clay for iho disposition oi sonic of tho important bills in li.irge. The AgriouHuial Committee, if the Committoe on Rules should bring fur- ward it-, programme for week, will havo tho rest of the weok. The meas- ures to be discussed and voted on aro the bill to tax compound lard and the meat inspection bill. CAT5IOLICS. Aulnml Convention 'it Uoninn Cutliolic Cciitrul Vi'rnlu. Aug. thirty-fifth annual convention of the Gorman Ro- man Catholic .societies' Cuntral Vorein of America, bcgau hero yesterday with a festive service. Father Pnilip Ross- bach preached the festive sermon. Two hundred delegates were presont, repre- senting 500 societies with a membership of over Their work is principal- ly to help tho widow and tho orphan. The amount of their benefactions last year amounted to over Cardinal (ribbons delivered an elo- quent sormon, in which ho welcomed the visitors and ended In a grand plou for patriotism. In Mayor Davidson's ab- scnco Colonel William H. Love, the secretary, delivered an addrcs1- of welcome to which Prusidnnt .1. II. Spnunherz ronlied in flttiny terms. A parade and tho business mooting will tako place to-day. Hook I.linml STrltchint-n Strike. Aug. swltchinou in tbo freight yards of tho Chicago, Rock Island it Pacific railroad went oul on strike Saturday night. Their griev- ance is their treatment by A. P., Corroy, who was appointed gonoral yardmastet about five months ago. They have never been satisfied with Correy'u ap- pointment and bavo used every possible chance to find fault with his work. A Counterfeit Certificate. WASHINGTON, Aug. very pooi counterfeit of tho ?SJO silvor certificate has made its appearance in the South. It is of tho act of 1S7S, series 18SO, check letter C, with Decatur's portrait. The entire impression ia very indistinct and bas the appearance of not having been tampered with by the washing process. It is of photographic production. The same note was counterfeited before. The Klver Harbor Kill. WASHINGTON, Aug. Senate passed River and Harbor bill Satur- day. Tbe additional changes made in tbe House bill wore not many. Thatnc time may be lost, the passage of the bill by the Senate was immediately followec by a resolution requesting a conference with tho House, and Senate conferees wore appointed. Broke thf DKTP.OIT, Mich., Aug. IS. the mid- scmnv.T handicap games of the Detroit Athletic Club Saturday, iiarry Jev.-ett of Chicago, a Notre Darcestudent, brokt the Am-irican hop. stop and jump rec- ord. Tbe record has been inches. On the first attozipt Jcwott made feet. inch-is, furnishing am- ateurs a new Hi.s hop was entcen feet. Shot by Policeman. 111., A-ff. Poll while attempting to moa in a sal'-on Saturday night was by a of toughs. !'oi! a revolver and sbot John Cl'-land through the lung-sand Al Cieland in arm. .John Clcland can not recover. Train Thrown nn O.. AKJ. cattle oars were thrown over an embankment by a rear-end collision oa tbo Paa Handle railroad Satarday afternoon. Two drovers, engineer of the reai train, and fireaaa Itorriaea were j injured. LATEST NEWS ITEMS. 1 by >U l-'roui ;ill 1'arts cl MOM. IX The I'rosidi-iit uou-.m CiMone! J. 11. Kiixter. C'hiff Misln.-.il to be Sugoon (ioni'r.ii ivitU the r.vnk 31 lirig.uiier Ciori'T.tl. By tht> falhuir a sc-nTUKan-z kad eroctod o'i a buihii-ij "a tho Prospect, at St. recc-ntly, six persons kilK-J eight injuriHl. After a strike of threo duration at Mattoon. Ill the IVoria, IK-o.uur Lvansville switobmou to on tho UHli. .i comj-.ivtuUo ijot-n eirec'tod, wbi'U'by ihi-y :uv to ici'.-lvv; Sl.i per inouta iiu-rc.isr. A of ihc of thu catiicdral at Huk'ii, ro- cently, to m.it, a. terriffe w -i' Tho spire was struct i.y ntuiuLT and two of tin- ji.u-ty killod. Thu coiTcspomloi'.i of London Tunes nt Vienna in :i (Hspa.ch ;o thai paper, iisserts tnat .tguut-, of tin- KU.T- sum guvornincnt arc tryinsj 10 provoko a rovult in Anui'in.i a tbo occupation by Kussin of Krzi-rouni. Albert Lawrence, son of tho ialu su- perintondi'iit of waturworks: Mil-haul Quinn, Mary O.irl and Miss Mi- wore drowned in Crystal Si.u-ingg Lake. California, by tlie capsizing of a yacht in a Sijiu-.ll thu oilier u.iy. Tho wore recovered. Reports have been roct'iv.'d from Moci-a and .hnld.ih tli.it forty-seven deaths from i-holcni ociMirn-il nt, tho former city ami twenty-live at the lut- tor. Tliore have also ln-cn cigliLeeix deaths among a uious.iri'l ptlg.iius who .it Kltor The I'altiMi papor mill at Appleton, Wis., one of tlio most eomploto and best equipped print and book papor mills m tbo State, wiisdi'SiU-oynd by liro recuutly. The flrc startod in tho rag cutting room. Luss iiiMiruncr -70 Tho mill will bo rebuilt immediately. An important meeting niilw.iy mon was hold at Glasgt.w rocontly. Dele- gatos niprujjiiutiiig oa all thu Scotch roads worupi-cneui and it was do- cided to pri-sont M di-inand for shurtnr hours of labor. Similar ;icUou wa- by employu.s or tho la-o.it rail- way. Tho coal iiiino .itriki'i-s ,u, X S., have all tiiu i-ngiin-uM and firemen to quit, work. This moans Ihu destruction of lno ml-.os tho oiMiot-h give in. Tlio Uu.s lasted night wioks at a to workmen of and thu coal Lralc is do- moralized. A report, prevails in liuropoun diplo- matic ipiarters ttint, a dissolution of the Turkish empire having become inevita- ble, Emperor William's visits to his im- perial neighbors) havo been undortiikun witli a viols- of securing a pi-ncoful di- vi.sion of Turkey among tho interested powers, thus settling the Kastorn ques- tion for m.iny yuars to cotnn. TIIE MMIKETS. flour. I'rovUloou NEW YoitK, Mill nt iper cnnt. rosf.i rale-. .ictual nitijK ii'.ty for ik-mauU. Oovcmmi'iit hoipts ulom-d -itc.nly Currency (is lit coupon. I'JK do lit l Any. KI.II Country m.vla lit f 1. "i i. uiji MittiiusDt.i Hprm'-' :H M I ii-d HI TI in. N'o ;j 11! me. I ill wchlcni ji'ilow at D'U-. No. 2 rnixocl at l-'c, .No. wnitu at Hu. No 1 lui'.cil at He FIUK y nt '.tic, dniiy lit lie. CIIKKSE -New- V'orlc .it Oliiti nt -c. Slriutly fruiih iit He Jiurbiinks nt 1.IJ pur bushel. N'F.w YDIIK. AIII; V'i Quirt, out llnii. City mill i'Xtr.1-, :it tl W) l.'i. llu- nt r'. I.VEJ'i iVi, suii'jrlliH; ;it Minn uxtia ui i'J 00 Wtl HAT- Xo. 2 rod winter M Jl.OStf. Jo August at Tl U-''', do at No. V! mlxoil August ut ut o'lic. No -in nt I'Jc. 'lo August -it He. ilr> at Mi nt I LA Sept'.-tnli- r at r', O -tnbor nt UU'rrBH Wosturn fwicy tttajc. Wc-sU'rn flat sit iftGc. lit Hir. CHICAGO, Aug. at nrioi..T at Aaziist at .TTiiC. Si-pt.-uibor uuU Ou- toberat 37'iiC. AuRMHl nt it ScptombT at S'jptcjnV r j. TOLKIXI. AUJ; -iliijhor ana hnu. C'Mh ll.ff-'. August :it Dull aad f.'.-nh at Sep- tetnb'-rat.'iOS''. Qiiir-t. C.i-h ;.t "Jc. 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