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A Murderous Mexican Hanged to n
San FnANCisco, Juno 10. A special from
Los Gatos, a small town on the Southern
Pacific Const, gives the details of a murder
and lynching. About JJ o'clock tbU
two Mexicans, named Incarnation
Garcia and Itaphncl Maruwales, had a
quarrel over cards in a bar-room.
Maravales was an old man nnd fled from
the room pursued by Onrcia, who bore n
bad reputation as a despernto man. When
they reached the corner of the house
drew a knife nnd made several pushes
at his pursuer. Ills son thou tried to
the combatants, when, in some way,
Onrcia got the knife nnd mnde two swift
lunges into the abdomen of Maravales.
Tho old man sank in a heap, his bowels
protruding from tho ghastly wound, and
after a few gasps .ive up the ghodt.
Garcia was locked in tho calaboose.
Soon alter a crowd nssembled, and, after
hearing tho story of the ton, went .to the
calaboose, took out Garcia, marched him
down to a bridgo near tho scene oftha fatol
quarrel nnd swung him oil. His neck was
broken, nnd at 1 o'clock, only one hour
alter the affray began, Garcia's dead body
was cut down hy the constable.
l'rolxtlilp .11 ii rl or at Kenton. O.
Kento.v, 0., June 10. Fred Uufly, a
saloon-keeper, has been nearly murdcied,
or attempted to commit suicide. He was
found in his Fnloon, the door locked, nnd
his throat cut from car tc car. but the gash
was too low to stiiko the jugular vein.
Circumstances pointed strongly to Win. J.
Hall ns the perpetrator of the deed. He had
been seen pulling down tho blinds of the saloon
at daylight Sunday morning, nnd blood
marks were found or. tho staiyway leading
to his room and on his door. Sheriff
Wells and J. II. Collins went to his parents'
residence, west of town, whitlior ho
had gone Sunday morning, and nrrcsted
him about 10 o'clock last night and lodged
him in jail, where he was interviewed this
morning, but denied all knowledgcof tho
crime. Rufty, it is said, was able "to talk
last night, and told his mother that Hall
cut his throat and then robbed him.
Further developments arc expected soon.
MAEKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Cincinnati, Juno 19. Apples scarce;
choic to fancy nt S3 C04 CO por brl;
fair to common at $2 G03 50. 13erui3:
marrows sell at 2 00, common mixed at
$2 603 00, good to choice medium at
S3 003 50. Butter dull; medium grades
quiet; croamcry is quiet at 2223c; fair to
good 1820c; prime and choice dairy, 23c;
choice northwestern, 3C38c; choico Western
Reserve, 1013c; good to prime Central
Ohio, 11013c; common firm at 12(Tjl3c.
Cheese firm: OfJ? J) jc for northwestern; 10C,
lie for choico Ohio; New York,
Coireo dull: inferior, 8c; common to fancy,
8c; Java, 20(27c; Itio, good, 8J(n lie;
prime, 11 12c. Dried fruits firm at 1(n be
lor apples, new; and peaches, new, 6Jf
7c. liny quiet nnd receipts small; choice
No. 1 tin ot hy, old in active demand on
arrival S12 00(l:i 00; No. 2 at $10 50,.
11 00; prairie nt 5:8 00v'rJ 00; mixed,
$7 00; straw at SO 007 CO per ton.
Kggs dull tit MJo. Oranges dull;
Jamaica, i'O OOaO 00 per barrel;
in cases, SO 00a8 00. Onions
are dull at S2( 2 CO per brl. Lemons are
dull at S2 COf.i 3 oO u box.
firm; common to fair New
Orleans, 35(,''8c; good to prime, -10 .r
C2c; choice, C2(7i,5b'c. Sirups, COr u7c;
maple sirup, "Gfir 78c per gallon.
Sorghum, prime to choico, 25'- 'ioc
per gallon. Potatoes dull; early roso at
Hoc a buhhel; russets, 8uc a bushel;
80c n bushel; sweet, !-"2 COf.rU 0!
per brl. Poultry quiet: chickens firm n
i'3 20("i 4 00; turkeys firm nt 7 8c.
quiet at SI 4 60. Ducks dull nt ir3 00 i
8 CO. Sugar quiet; raw, 8c;
lOJc; granulated OAc; powUeied,
11 Jc; A sugars, 8(.i8Ac; ctr.i C,
7!(;8c; yellow refined," 7c. Mill-feed:
supply large, market quiet,
bran, S18 00; shipstulls, S1414 CO;
liim nt o 00f,17 00. Oils nun;
petroleum, 110 deg. test, 8J9c; 130 deg.
8(T,8i(cj nnd 1G0 deg. headlight, 1313'c;
lard oil firm at 02Ulc; tuipentinc, CO'n
C4o for the best grade; lintoedoil, ClC(!c.
Seeds: German millet, 7o(( 'Joe; clover, 14c
per pound for old; new, 14.rlCc from store;
timothy, $1 7C1 1)0 from store; llax
47(gJflo. Tallow: country, 7 8c; city
8Jo. Coal: Pittsburg firm at lOo. afloat;
delivered, llo per bush, or S3 00 per ton;
Kanawha, 10c per bushel delivered.
Ciiicaoo, June l'J. Wheat active but unsettled;
SliOOJl 00 June, SI 00if)l 071
July, $1 0U1 09 August, SI lOl 11
Oats active but weaken 38c bid June,
3838o July, 8181o August, 29?o
September, 2Ji,2'JJc year.
ltyo lower; CyO0c August, COJo September.
Mess Pork easier; S17 35 July, S17 70
17 75 August, $17 85 September, S17 9C(n'
18 October, SIC 7016 80 year; closed
S17 7017 72J August, $15 77i15 80
Lard a shade lower; $9 829 874 July,
S9 87J9 02A Aunust, S9 900 9'C Sen!
tember, $9 00 Ootober, S9 709 05 November,
S'J 47J9 CO year, $9 C2.J9 70
January; closed at inside.
Short ribs steady; SO August, $9 12J September,
SO 12J9 1C October, $8 40
Chicago, June 19. Hogs Market steady
with fair to good light at SO 000 40;
mixed packing, $0 000 80; choice heavy.
SO 200 05.
Cattle Market fairly brisk nnd firmer;
prices not quotably altored; Exports, $5 85
0; good to choice shipping S5 40a5 75;
common to fair, $1 756 86.
Sheep Prices strong; common to fair $3
4;good,$4 75;choico, $4 85.
Liverpool calk Market bolter; best
American steers, Jo higher; ICo per pound,
istimated dead weight. Sheep steady; top
New Yonic, Juno 19. Cattle Markot
openod quiot and a shado easier, closing
steady; poor to primo steers, $5 305 87
per cwt., Hvo weight; general Bafca at
S5 880 20; exporters used 103 car loads
at S5 900 44 por cwt for fair to good.
Sheop A trifle firmor and highor; ex
tromes, $-1 7fi0 for heep, and $1 76
8 12J for lambs; general business, $5 60
0 for ohoop, and $77 76 for lambs.
Hegg Dull and lower for live, at SO 70
7 15 per cwt.
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