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Man, Wife and Child Shet Down
Twe of Four Men in the Assailing
J Party Killed.
' Nene of the Dead Lived te Tell Their Tale
Tlie Head of the Family Has Ilccn
. Considered a Dangerous Ainu
.Tlie AOUIr la a Mystery.
' Bie Stene Gap, Va., May 17. News
reached here Inte Monday afternoon,
from Pound Gnp, a Binall pfaee about
r twenty-flve miles northwest of here,
' near tlw Kentucky line, of the terrible
murder of flve persons committed from
ambush. Three men, one woman, and
( ene child were the victim of tills awful
crime, viz: Ira Muilins, wife and child,
Wilsen Mullinsand Jehn Chapel Moere.
Ira Midline and family were riding
along, when, without any warning
whatever, they were fired upon by a
party from behind a large rock. Twe
ether men were with Muilins when
fired upon, but they escaped, and have
net been scen since about an hour after
the sad affair. Nene of the dead lived
te tell their tale.
This Ls a very mysterious affair, ns no
one knows the cause of the sheeting.
Mrs. Muilins had about $1,000, which
was taken from her, but it is thought
this was done only te conceal the real
motive of the crime. Ira Mnllins was
considered a dangerous man, and had
several enemies who, it is thought by
some, killed him, because they were
afraid of him, and had te kill the rest of
the family te conceal Uie crime. Offi
cers are en the trail of the murderers.
The Concord ut Caire.
CAine, HL, May 17. The U. S. man-of-war
Concord arrived at 1:40 a. m.
Monday from Memphis. She will re
main here a few days, until bhe gets or
ders. The people of Pnducali, it ls said,
are trying te induce the secretary of
the navy te order the vessel te that
town. She was received here by the
harbor beats and tugs deckwl out in
bunting and whistles blowing, as she
b teamed up the harbor, saluted by nal nal
ves of artillery. She was visited by
thousands of people Monday. All the
railroad and local packets brought in
excursionists te the number of five thou
Jim. Perklnpnagli Found Drowned.
New Yehk, May 17. Mrs. Rosamond
Peckinpaugh, of Mt. Vernen, Ind., eame
here with her husband, the first part of
April, te have un operation performed at
a hospital. A second operation was te
have been performed April C2. Mrs.
Pecklnpaugh disappoared, and all trace
of her was lest until Monday, when her
dead body was found in the Hudsen
river by a number of small boys in
Immigration Itcclpreclty Treaty.
Washington, May 17. Dr. D. J. Mac
Gowan, for mat??' years an American
missionary in China, who is said te be
,the eldest American resident of that
country, has written te Secretary
Blaine suggesting as a solution of the
unsatisfactory relations between this
country and China, an immigration
reciprocity treaty, fixing the number of
citizens of each state te be admitted te
reside In the ether.
Stain by liny llandlt.
Chicago, May 17. Albert Geokresch
has been shot dead, it is believed, by
ene of a gang of youthful highwaymen.
Wm. Blunt, a boy of 17, has been ar
rested for complicity in the crime. In n
confession he says that he and another
boy, named Lavin, determined en rob
bing somebody. While searching the
pockets of their victim he resisted, and
Lavin fired the fatal shot.
Arkansas KUer Over thb llnuks.
Ft. Smith, Ark., May 17. The Ar
kansas river at this point is higher than
it has been since June, 1877, and Is still
rising slowly. Thousands of acres of
land in the bottoms between the Ar
kansas and Petcan rivers arc new un
der water and people are rapidly mov
ing out of the bottoms. All communi
cation between this city and the Choc
taw nation Is cut off.
Conledrritta Nete Swindle.
Berlin, May 17. A gang of American
sharpers has been successfully operat
ing in Berlin in confederate notes. The
swindlers have succeeded in passing a
large number of the notes. In one in
stance they cheated a widow who made
her living by letting rooms te ledgers
l out of two thousand marks by getting
her te change some of the notes for
Hundred Mile Cycler.
Nkwark, N. J., May 17. Geerge C.
Coffin, wen the 100-ralle race from Phil
adelphia. He arrived at 3:4Sil p. m.
He had 21 minutes' handicap, and his
actual time was 7 hours, 84 minutes and
30 seconds. F. G. Dampman, of Wil
mington, Becend, actual time 7 hours,
SO minutes, 45 seconds. He takes the
prize for the best actual time.
Deaf and Dumb Asylum Appointment.
Columbus, 0., May 17. The beards
of trustee of the Deaf and Dumb and
the Blind asylums were in session Mon
day. The trustees of the Deuf and
Dumb asylum elected Cel. W. F. Clark,
' of Delawure, superintendent, and Mrs.
Julia Evans matron.
Section lien Killed.
Washington, C II., 0., May 17. Pat
rick Beylen, section boss en the Mid
land division of the B. & O. railroad,
was run ever by two hand-cars and
"killed. He was seventy-five years old,
and leaves a family. rt
O el (lard and 3IeAullfle.
San Fbancibce, CaL, May 17. Joe
Goddard and Joe McAullffe have signed
articles for their fight in the California
Athletic club. The fight will occur en
the night of June 80.
A Farmer Kill Hlmieir.
Lebanon, Ind., May 17. William
DedsOn, a farmer living in the south-
MBtern part of this county, committed
fsuieide by taking morphine. Peer
lmlth I gives as the cause.
If, hith m givaa as the cause.
CKATOfl BArUKXTrTS. FUNErtAL.
The Flrtt Time la . Wkteb a Catbetle
HUhep Oftleiatad In Oenirrra.
Washington, May 17. The funeral
of Senater Barbour, Monday, wasthe
most gorgeous and Impressive mortuary
ceremony ever held In tl senate cham
ber. It is worthy uf notice as the first
in which a cardinal of the Itemun
Catholic church ever ellklated In con
gress by deputy or In person, with the
full paraphernalia of Cetlwllc cere
monial. Bishop Keane's eulogy, delivered
amid the fumes of ascending incense
wafted from silver censers, tlte filcker
Ing of candles from golden oandelabrn
en the improvised altar of tlus clerk's
desk, tlie purple ami silver of attending
bishops inonslgners prleMa and aco
lytes, was a carefully prepared and high
tribute te the dead senator. It attract
ed marked attention and comment, no
less by reason of the cltiMlcal severity
of its style than from tle remarkable
panegryle which was rendered te the
Ileman church Itself. The occasion was
a great one for the clericals. It was,
perhaps appropriate that it should
have been se en ground dedicated mere
than a century and a half age by Lord
Baltimore, the Catholic proprietor, te
civil and religions liberty. Families of
the deceased members of congress are
permitted te chose tlie form of
ceremony under which their dead shall
be burled from the eapltaL Senater
Barbour happened te be the first sena
tor of the Catholic connections who has
been carried through tins marble cor
ridors of the capltel under the Impos
ing ritual of the Reman church. Ills
Episcopal eulogist faced Secretary
Blaine, whose tnetlier and daughter
died in the same faith. Altogether the
ceremonials were tlie most remarkable
ever known In such connection in the
history of the church.
AN AFFECTING SCENE.
The Yeung Wlle of Ten Loen VMts Him
In Ills 1'MiItrnU.wy Oil.
Celumiius, 0., May 17. The young
wife of Van Loen, the Columbus Greve
murderer, spent the evening with her
husband at tlie penitentiary annex
Monday night. It was the first time
she has visited her husband since he
was placed in the slaughter pen, and
their meeting was affecting in the ex
treme. The tearful young wife clung
te the cruel bars which separated her
from the husband, who Is scarcely mere
than a bridegroom, and her form quiv
ered with sobs of agony. Van Loen
himself succeeded in preserving a stolid
demeanor and presented a striking con
trast of indifference te his wife's grief.
During the evening tlie guards brought
te the annex a Negro prisoner, who is
en expert en tlie mouth harp, and a
musical medley, reaching all the way
from plantation love songs te religious
hymns entertained the condemned
The Heroine of the Heur.
Faykttkviixe, N. C, May 17. Seven
teen miles below here, Al Gilmere, a
notorious outlaw from Seuth Carolina,
entered the house of Rev. William
Brunt, and, finding no one but Miss
Ilrunt there, forced her te prepare din
ner for him at the point of a pistol.
After eating heartily, with an oath he
leaped out of tlie window. Miss Jlrunl
grabbed a gun and fired, thirteen buck
shot striking Gilmere. from which he
died in a few minutes. A reward ei
WOO was out for Gilmere, te which Miss
Brunt becomes entitled. The young
lady is the heroine of the hour.
A Child' Terrible Dtxith.
Meiiile, Ala., May 17. A. L. Evans,
living near here, runs a turpentine still
and his daughter took nn infant dewr
te the still and attempted te stand it
tipen what she thought was a barrel e!
cold resin. Tlie resin had, however
just been poured in, and only the sur
face was cool. The baby lmmediatel
sank te Its waist in the het resin, anc
was se terribly burned that death mer
cifully come te Its relief In about thnx
Will Help Inspect tlie Feed.
Celumiius, O., May 17. State Foec
and Dairy Commissioner McNeal Men
day appointed William B. Hastings, ei
Seuth Point, Lawrence county, and E.
A. Palmer, of Napeleon, Henry county,
te be assistants In his department lit
also appointed A. H. Otten, of Cincin
nati, te assist State Chemist Webber in
the analysis of specimens of feed pre
sented te the department for examin
ation. Indlnnn Turners.
Leuirvillk, rty., May 17. The Indi
ana Circle of Turners had their annual
meeting here and chose A. A. Miller.
II. Beck, of Louisville, and turners
Wolkeur, of Evnnsvllle; Stemper, ei
Indianapolis, and Lledrler, of Seuth
Bend, te be delegates te the Turner
bund festival te be held In Washington.
July 1-14 next.
The 81iln-.Tnckseu Fight.
New, Yeiik, May 17. The following
cable was received Menday: Parson
Davies, Jim Hall and Jee Cheyinskl
dined at the National club Monday
night Slavin and Jacksen will fight
May 30. Tem Williams Burrows and
Jack Slavin will second Slavin. Davies,
Hall and Cheyinskl will second Jack Jack
eon. The ( null Itrplater,
Cincinnati, 0., May 17. The Jehn
M. Waddel Manufacturing Ce., of
Greenfield, O., manufacturers of the
Simplex and Sun cash registers, have
been sued by the Bensinger Self-adding
Cash Register Ce., of Chicago, In the
United States circuit court here, for In
fringement of patents.
The Sixth Victim of the Wreck.
Lawhenckiiuiie, Ind., May 17. Hol Hel
tcn Terrell, who was Injured In the col
lision en the Big Four read near Clews
O., Sunday morning, died at his home
here Monday afternoon. Tills makes
the sixth death from the aceldent All
the rest of the injured are Improving.
Itevenne Frem Insurance HuHltiess,
Celumiius, 0., Mey 17. State Insur
ance Commissioner Kinder paid 21,370
into the 'state treasury Monday as the
recelpts of his department for the cur
rent year. The money is paid in by
prevision of section 14, 157 II. 8., and
gees te the general revenue fund.
Tho'Granite Workers' Walk-Out
a Stupendous Affair.
One of the Bitterest Contests Looked
Fer in the East
That Thnt Section Ilm Kver Known A
Hundred Thousand Men Will he Idle
Heavy Dnmnge NulU for Nen-1'ulllll-ment
of Centractu New In Order.
Nrw Yehk, May 17. The lockout of
the granite cutters, paving cutters and
quurrymen bids fair te lead te one of
the bitterest contests for supremacy
that has ever taken place In the eastern
states between employers and employ empley
es. The members of the Granite Manu
facturers' association of New England
have been preparing for the struggle
since the men rejected their preposition
te sign the yearly agreement January
1 last Knewing that they would be
locked out In May, the men having
money and claim te be prepared te sup
port themselves for several months.
Ik) tli sides express a determination net
The strikes which will be ordered in
nil cities en buildings where New Eng
land granite is used Is what will test
tlie strength of the manufacturers
mere than the stoppage of the quarrW,
for it is said that in expectation of the
struggle, they have large quantities of
granite en hand. The walking dele
gate will order out all union men where
non-union stone is being used, and un
less the contractors can hire enough
non-union men work en such building
Secretary James Grant of the Nation
al Pavers' Bleck Cutters' union, pre
dicted that the manufacturers will net
be able te held out three weeks.
Mr. Grant said he had received infor
mation that there wan great dissentien
among the manufacturers at tlieh
mecting In Bosten en Saturday. He
said some of the manufacturers who
had large building contracts en hand
wanted the leek-out postponed or
abandoned altogether. They said their
buildings must be completed by certain
dates or they would have te pay heavy
penalties and if the men continued the
fight any length of time the manufac
turers would lese heavily. Te held
these members firm, it is said, the man
ufacturers agreed that the association
members should jointly bear the less of
It U expected that 100,000 men will be
A BOMB UNDER HIS HOUSE.
The Chicago Christ Thrtuttened With In
Chicago, May 17. A morning paper
says that a bomb was found under the
home of Dr. Teed, the pseudo Christ, en
Washington Heights. After a chemical
examination it wet, asserted that there
were no doubts of Its destructive char
acter. Tlie bomb was made of Iren,
cyllndrlc In shape, eight inches long by
four inches in diameter. The bottom
was plugged up with lead, while the
top was covered ever with a red waxy
substance. Frem thu top two copper
wires protruded and between the wires
wnsa fulminating cap. It was discovered
by a boy, and an officer was called who
removed it It is said te be an evidence
that the threats against Dr. Teed are
net meant te be empty.
The Printer' Ueme.
This building, which was dedicated a
few days age, Is constructed of white
lava stone, with red sandstone trim
mings at a cost of $60,000, and is the
gift of Gee. W. Chllds and A. J. DrexcL
THE riUNTBRS' HOME.
The building is located one mile from
Colerado Springs Cel., and is surround
ed with a fine plot of ground, the gift of
citizens of Colerado Springs.
St. Leuis, May 17. The fourteen
men, women and children, all residents
of Mullanphy Island, located In the
Missouri river, sixteen miles north of
the mouth and thlrty-slx mjles from
here, have been rescued from a watery
grave by a voluntary corps of twenty
prominent citizens of St Leuis, under
the command of Mayer Neenan and
Assistant Chief of Police Reedy. Dur
ing the three hours that the rescuing
party was at work the water rose six
inches en the island.
Murder at Greenville, O.
Gheenvillk, 0., May 17. At 0 o'clock
Monday morning a young man named
Dick Beers was shot en the public
square by Archie Renting. The bullet
entered the back part of Beers' head,
causing death in ten minutes. Rehling
surrendered himself and is new in
prison. It is the result of a feud of one
or two years' standing, and it Is claimed
that Beers carried out his- threat and
ussuulted Rehling with a brick just be
fore he was shot
Melng for I'viisleu te Mr. IlutU.
New Ohlkans, May 17. Gen. J. B.
Gorden, president of the United Con
federate veterans, has appointed a com
mittee of nineteen, ene from each of
the southern states te present a mem
orial and petition te the legislature of
each of these states asking them te
vote n life pension te the widow of
Jeffersen Davis. Jeseph W. Mercer,
of Kansas City, is tlie Missouri repre
New Yehk, May 17. Jehn E. Rocke
feller has donated (50,000 te the endow
ment fund of the Second Avenue Taber
nacle, in fulfillment bf a premise made
last Thanksgiving day te the Rev, Dan
lei Cv Petter, the pastor.
KatIfcK7ar I'tlMiuvt till ut Cheyenue
BS' MnreWuril ;..
ChkyvIxk, Wye., May 17. Gov. Bar
bcr has made known his intention te
again refuse te deliver the prisoners ei
the rustler war te the Jehnsen county
authorities. The second demand was
made en Thursday ' by Deputy
Sheriff Snider. Tlie executive says
he docs net consider that quiet has
been restored in the disturbed sections.
He fears that there would be mere ser
ious treuble if the stockmen were taken
te tlie scene of their crimes. The John John Jehn
eon county peeple new at the railway
have placed their grievances with Judge
Black, in whose district they are located.
He tells them that the law shall be duly
respected; that he will Insist en prose
cution and defeat persecution. A secret
agent In Jehnsen county by
eastern men Interested In the range up
there reports In cipher telegram. He
tells that 'Six-shooter weaning" is in
full blast This means branding calves
and killing cows. The practice is com
paratively new. The agent adds that
the entire country ls telng patrolled by
details of Frank Smith's buffalo home
guards of 800 men. Anether invasion Is
expected. It is reported that a large
foreeef regulators is en route with four
machine guns. This army will be given
ete Tiuiuerlefl In New Yerlc Stute te
Buffalo, May 17. All the principal
sole tanneries In New Yerk and east of
Buffalo, numbering about one hundred
ami twenty, will shortly close for sixty
days. Se says Mr. Rebert Keating, of
Reet A Keating, of tills city, who was
present at a meeting of tanners in New
Yerk last week, when this decision was
reached. Mr. Keating says there has
been considerable overproduction
of hides during the last two
years. Trade is dull, and
hides and leather nre cheaper te-day
than for the past seventy-five years. The
shut down Ls te begin en a day previous
te June L The, effect of this suspension
will be a reduction of the output of
hides te the extent of BeO.OOO hides n
week, or about 2,000,000 hides in sixty
days. It Ls said at the end of that time
the surplus leather will have been
taken, and the market will resume its
normal condition where the supply and
demand are equal, and prices will likely
advance. About .1,000 workmen will be
made Idle by the shutdown.
AMONG THE MORMONS.
Presbyterian Milliliters ITntertiilni-d In Milt
Si.t Lakk City, Utah, May 17. Ap
proximately 000 of the delegates te the
Presbytery which convenes at Portland
Muy 1U. arrived in UiLs city Sunday.
During the day the visitors were
extended eery hospitality und cor
diality that could be participated in
by the ministers en the Sabbath.
The churches were thrown open te
them, and nine pulpits were occupied
in the morning by visitors. In the
afternoon nearly all attended the Mor Mer Mer
eon services at the tabernacle. In the
evening the visitors attended a meeting
at the Salt Lake theater, where Rev.
W. a Roberts, of New Yerk, and Dr.
Mutchmere, of Philadelphia, delivered
addresses. Monday afternoon carriage
drives te points of interest in this vicin
ity were indulged in, after which thuy
will proceed en their way te the Pacific
Dinli-d by Mr. Oelrlili.
New Yehk, May 17. A story pub
lished here te the effect that Mrs. Her
man Oelrlchs had forbidden the execu execu
eors of her mother's estate In San Fran Fran
ciseo te pay the sum of $250,000 which
had been left te Archbishop RIerdan of
that city for tlie establishment of a Re
man Catholic seminary is without foun
dation. Mrs. Oelrlchs sent word te a
reporter, who callea at her horns that
she had read the report and beyond
that she knew nothing about it
Net Cnrey Hut Mark.
Whekline, W. Va., May 17. The
river fieater, supposed te be the body of
D. M. Carey, has been Identified as that
of Gee. Marks, a Pittsburgh citizen.
The remains have been disinterred, and
sent te Marks' home In order that the
relatives may secure the insurance
money, some 1,500. There Is strong
suspicion of foul play in connection
with Murks' drowning, as a valuable
geld watch and ring which he were are
Tragedy In u Dry (JoeiU store.
Cincinnati, May 17. Frank Crance,
a salesman In Hohnstedt & Wlndherst's
dry goods store, shot Huttle Hegedern
in the side near the heart while wait
ing en a customer, at neon Monday.
He then placed the weapon te his head
and blew his brains out Crnnec was
in leve with the girl but she Ignored
his attentions hence the tragedy. The
girl's wound, It Is thought, will prove
Lurlnda Crabtrr-v Dreuim Herself.
Louisa, Ky., May 17. Larlnda Crab
tree drowned herself in the Big Sandy
river, two miles below here. Larlnda
was ene of the four accused of assist
ing In In the murder of Teny Rice and
Will Short last summer. She was a
sister of Jehn Crabtree, who narrowly
escaped the penitentiary for forging a
cheek, and was later run ever and killed
by nn O. & B. S. train.
ricked Out ii Herse Kyex.
Cakthaee, 111., May 17. Wm. Wil
kins, of Neosho, this county, while
feeding n stallion was attacked and se
verely bitten. Wilklns subdued the
stallion by roping him and then picking
thu animal's eyes out with a needle. He
was arrested for cruelty.
A Dying Comedian.
New Yehk, May 17. William A. Mes
tayer, the comedian, Is dying at Red
bank, N. J., from an acute ease of
Bright's disease. He Is 57 years of age,
and a son of Emily Mestayer, a former
A Levee Ilreuk.
New Ohlkans May 17. Bennet Carre
levee, eighteen miles nbove the city en
tlw cast bank of the river breke Mon
day niernlng at 3 o'ejeck; The opening
U new 100 feet wide &ud 5 feet deep.
-nay. CONDENSED NEWS - - -' '
Gathered from All TmrU of the Ceaatry
Louls Dlaar and Pable Oehea, Mexicaa
editors duellzcd. Ochoa is dying.
The people's party has nominated T.
N. Barber, of Cameren, Tex., te fill the
unexpired term of Senater Reger Q.
At Springfield, O., burglars broke
Inte tlie Third Lutheran church, stele
the carpet off the fleer and defaced the
The Mormons tenncrcd Geerge W.
Chllds the well-known Philadelphia
editor, a reception at Salt Lake City,
Jehn Dersey and William Feany rival
levers of a Parkeraburg girl fought it
nut, but new the young lady will have
neither one of them.
At Denten, Tex., lightning struck
the house of W. E. Bailey and instant
ly killed his five-year-old daughter
while she was asleep.
The latest official report of the num
ber of pest offices in the United States
Is given as tW,lB3 an Increase of 1,040
during the fisala year.
It Is reported from Astrakhan that the
steamer Alexander Wolkow has found
ered In the Caspian sea, and that two
hundred and fifty passengers wcre
Mrs. Charles Hill, of Wheeling, W,
Va., was fiendishly assaulted with a
hatchet by her divorced husband and
will probably die. Hill is in jail at
Rev. Dr. Justin D. Fulton, of New
Yerk, in preaching en the growth of
Catholicism, predicted a war between
Catholics and Protestants in which the
former will be wiped out
Chicago delegates te the people's
party convention are Instructed te vote,
net only for free text-books for school
children, but clothing for these unpro unpre
vided for, and a warm meal daily, with
Madame Marie Andrea, convicted last
week of keeping a dLserderly house in
West Fourth street. New Yerk, en the
testimony of Dr. Parkhurst and his
agents, was Monday sentenced te ene
Charles Owens, one of the principals
In the street duel, at Frankfort, Ky.,
is still olive and doing null. It de
velops that he had been waiting te kill
Jehnsen for some time, but when tlie
opportunity came he was net quick
Twe hundred thousand dollars lias
been placed te the credit of Ohie pen
sioners at tlie general agency in Colum
bus. This amount will probably meet
all demands until tlie quarterly pay
ment Is made en June 4, when 1,500,000
is te be dLslmrsed.
Circleville, O., and the adjoining vi
cinity were visited by a severe wind
storm, a number of buildings being un
roofed and otherwise damaged. Several
stone cresses en the Catholic church
fell through the roei, frightening the
congregation. Ne one was hurt
Menda- night Themas F. Madden, of
Memphis, mode the phenomenal dive of
149 feet from the great bridge Inte the
Mississippi river, thus eclipsing Steve
Bredle's leap from Brooklyn bridge.
Madden jumped from the iron girders
that rise en either side of the roadway.
He did net drop, as professionals de,
but leaped, feet down.
CINCINNATI, May 17.
Fujca Wlnter patent, M :iV(J.4 Gi fnncy.fS 0J
4 10 family, 13.-33 (A tuctra, 2 9553 J5 low
grade, ttlOOftSM spring paunt, 44 K&! 00,
eprlng fanty, 0Jftl-. syr.ng family, (3.63
4 (XX Rye flour, 14 SS&4 NO
Wheat The market was dull, with uneasy
feellnp. Geed Na 2 red at HOc but buyers were
unuillni? te advance thelr views above 89c.
Ne 3 rvdnemuial at Kt5 87c
Coun -The marhet was strong and fairly ac
tive. Ne. 2 while and Na 2 yellow command
lag 50c and Ne. 2 mtxed 49a Na 3 mixed nomin
al at 47SQ48C H.ir was firmly held at 47Q490
for prime te cheUe sample.
Oats The market was Hrm at 344&3',c for
Na 2 white and SlH33e for Ne S mixed, sell
ers holding poed iiampks at Inside rates.
live There wag nethlnp doing In the market,
poed Na 2 being nominally held at Uc for cash
lets ea track.
Cattle. Shippers Goedtocbolce.HCOtt 35;
common te fair, J.ldVftATA. Oxen Geed te
choice, ia2.sa3.TS, common, ti'iVjaoe select
butchers H0O212S, fair te poed, f3 2.Va3.00.
common, R. 2522.75 Heifer Geed te cbolce
heavy, t&M&l 00
Ileas. Select heivy and prime butchers,
H fl.V3.t75, fair te geed packing, ft 15&4 65;
fair te poed light, M.50&4 70, fat pigs, H CO
Shekp ane LAiiiw Sbecp Ewes, N.00
4 25, mixed cuci and wethers, t4.S4 75;
wethers and yearlings, M 75&5 5. bucks, lice
3.75. Spring Lambs Shippers in fair demand
and would sell steady at last week's closing
quotations Dutchers, S5.003e.50. shippers, W50
New Yehk, May 17.
Wheat Ne. 2 red easy, l&mc lower, weak
cables, foreigners selling; May, 87 J, Q 89c
Ryu Quiet, western, 80as.!Vc.
Cern Na 2 qulet, i&lUe lower; steamer,
Oats Na 2 weak and dull, state, S342c;
PiTTsnviten, May 17.
Cattlr Market, slew; 10c te 15e higher than
last week: 6 cars cuttle shipped te New Yerk.
Hees Market opened active, olesed slew at
5e te 10c oil all grades (4 (025.05, 24 cars hogs
Bhlpped te New Yerk.
Sheep Market active, geed lOe te 15c higher
than lest week's prices, ether grades un
changed. lULTiMeitE, May 17.
Wheat Weak; Na 2 red spot, 0iViC, May,
03Viii94c: steamer Na 2 red, OOffPO'ic.
Cehn Weak, mixed spot, fiJiiuMlic. May,
Oais Steady, Na 2 white wmtern, .17iO
Sc, Ne 2 mixed western, 3IHe asked
RYE Steady Ne 2, 8.1 KVe
Chicago, Miy 17.
FLOim Ann OUAl.v Cash quotutlens Heur
steady and unchanged. Ne. 3 spring wheat,
81KGMM. Na 3 spring wheat, 75377c. Na 2
red, fttCiMe; Na 2 corn, 4aa47'ie, Na t cats.
9Mc; Na 8 vhite, ffiK-gssiiO! Ne. 3 white. 31
33He; Na u rye, 7e; Ne. 2 barley, aj&OJc:
Na 3 f. a b., MQ58e; Ne. 4 f . e. b , t04Sj,Ne. 1
Philadelphia. May 17.
Wiuat Weaker; Na 8 red May, D2K93e.
Cehn Options weak and declined K&2e un
der general pressure te sell; local ear lets quiet
but steady under light offerings; Na 2 yellow
In grain depot, 54e; Na 2 mixed May 50250a
Oats Car lets steady and qulet; futures ye
lower; Na 8 white, Sfle; Ne. 2 white, 37Hc; Na
2 whlte May, June and July. S7Q37ric.
TeLKtKJ, a, May 17.
Wheat Dull and lower; Na B caeh.SlKc;
My, 8IHe; June, Ke, July, tVe; August,
Cern Dull and steady; Na 3 easb, 4fle; July,
4e: Ne, 3, 45Ke Na 4, 43tfc; Na 3 yellow.
OATS-Dulli Na 2 cash, 31a
IlTS-qutet; cash, 80a.
Clevebsied NeailBali prime rata, 97,09,
Editor "Public Ileuer:''
Yen will! please announce
te the public generally that Arc have
full lines of
Our Pocket Cutlery do'iart de'iart
meut la very larffc, comprising lbl lowing-
brands: Limestone Cutlery Ce.,
New Yerk Cutlery Ce., Redders, Wos Wes Wos
tcuhelni, Stfiulferth and ether brands.
QUE TABLE CUTLERY
.Made by New Yerk Knlfe
e Jehn Russell Cutlery Ce., and
ether makers. Pearl, Ivery, Celluloid,
Hene mid Weed Handles. Our Silver
I'Jutcd Knives m;d Ferks, Spoons,
Ferks, &c, nre best poeds.
Cannet be excelled. Our
own makes comprise "Our Very Rest,"
"Kentiickv Rattler," 4F. 0. H. Ce.'s
K.tra,' " Limestone."" 0. & R. Kxtra,"
' Justice" and " fiiz." Yeu can make
no mistake in either brand named.
SHEARS AND SCISSORS
Stock arc of the best made.
r.0. II. Ce.'s Shears fully warranted;
if n t A 'e. 1 money refunded.
Rakes, Hees, Scythes,
Ferks, Shovels. Spades, Picks and
ilattecks you will find large stock.
We have a splendid stock
of Rrenze Doer Lecks, Latches, Hinges,
Belts; also all ether qualities used in
building. Blacksmiths and carpenters
will find all tools used by them. Iren,
Nails, and full stock of the best Wheels
and Woodwork, Rims, Spokes, Hubs,
Shafts, &c, all of best timber.
Frank Owens Hardware Ce.
W. hecend St. find 114 Sntten SU,
WHITE, JUDD & CO.
-Are tlll In the
At Ne. 42 W. 8cend Street.
Gee. M. dinger & Sen,
WtICK MASONS ANlM'ONTHAnOKS!
Estimates mait en 1. cUste f Wailc.
Uck Pox 117. MAY.iII,I.E. KTT
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
rimf ftri Ceuultei:
ll 111-" III 1011 (lil'UK-ll III CJlt''
nn p pptlnn
te l if lit 10 In Minr i.f.. ctlwi limn tif en Sat
nuhn.Mru .'M, 1M ler Soimter In ilicThlr
i llict IH-tilU. in rill tin- vncuiicy (icciKlened
t 'Mi- roliniiitten et Hen. (.'lnirliM II. TemUz.
M.ij .1. 1m--'. M. C AI.FOUD.
Te tin QOTcers of Election and Voters
of Alnseu County, Kentu ky.
In iwminncftir the ntxivp rirccliunntleii te
.m itu ctt'il. I iifichx erdiriiml illriHit that an
flci'iliin If liclil n the viuleiif reilnir places
iiiul product In Mnseti count), Kfimieky,
Saturday 31 ay 21st. 1892,
tiotwpen the hour of 0 o'deck n. m. mid 7
i clock p. in. of fold day for the purpese of
I'lri'iuiK ii cimc pt'iiiiinr 10 nil out tnu unex
pired turni eitiibfd u tlie ruHlKntitlim of Hen.
Oniric II. I'etntz, Svtmtar trem the Thlrty
tlrdt District ei Kentucky.
Witness my tiMinI this 4th dnvef Mav, 1892.
J. W. AMiXANDfcH,
mn4t Sheriff of Masen County. Ky.
Netice of Incorporation of Maysllle
1 Notion l ltcretiv (riven that JuhnT. Flora Flera
Inir J C.l'ecer.T. H. N. Smith, Ernie White,
I) Hechlnircr. Clcen C. Owen. J. A. Heed,
Themas It Plilster. W. W. Hull and M. J. Mo Me
Cnrtli have formed n uorpemtlon named
Mil svllle Sanitarium Cempany.lti accordance
with the provlMens of Chapter "A General
-'. The principal place of business la Mays
vlllf. MiiMin county, Kentucky.
:i The lniftincser thu corporation Is toes tees
tuli Ish and miilmaln an Institute at Mavsvllle
ler the euro or the liquor, totiacce and mor
4. The capital stock I ten thousand dollars,
divided Inte hhiiieset ten dollars each, te be
paid ler in iiinnev or ether property a may be
ujneed iiMin. te liupald In en cullofDIiecters.'
5 ThucoriKiratlen lievlnn MavUth. IKK, and
if tofentluiio for teut.-thu joins.
d Tlie liuslnexs el the company shall be
iiiiinat!fd by a Heard of tlve Directors, who
i-lmll tie elected annually by the ockheldow
and lie shall held eitlce for one jear and
. mil their successors nie elected and quail-II-ii
The Dlipcters luill from their number
u a I'ii "hli in und VIcfPreddMit, nnd
'm Hieii unlabel ei thf tdockheldcr. a Sco Sce
i nir, mid Treasurer.
. I'lie hlKhe-t amount of Indebtedness or
I i' -Mil te Which the I'orneiiillrm lu tn snli.
Ji cf tf-i'lt Is two thousand dollar.
n i no puvnte propel ty nr the stockholders
Is te be exempt from the corpei ate debts.
JOHN r. VI.KMIVn. Vi-eRlrfnnt.
jAlteM ; '1'iies. It. I'hihtkk, Sec and Treas.
MEDICLN'KS, CHEMICALS, , $1
Penns, I'erf umeries, rionfte, CliiimeK I'oeket
Iloeks.Tollet Articles, llrusbes. Spices, Station
ery, l'ulnts for all iutiesc8, e.
I'BGSCRUTIONS ACCUKATKLY DISPENSED
AT ALL. IIOU1IH.
tatronage of the public rcspcetf ully solicited.
J. JAMES WOOD, ,
Ne. 1 W. Second St., Maysville,Ky.
TOO I'JUNTINO neatly and qulekly eww4d
at The I'ublle Jdger Jeb