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A Dad Day.
tno Prominent Itentucklang Charged
TVHb Robbing n Kxprom Office.
Pinkvillb, Ky., Jan. 23. Grant Itict
nnd John Davis, two young men of good
families in thia county, were arrested
hero yesterday hy Special Detective Du
huak of the Adams Express company on
a chargo of robbery.
The detectives have been working on
the case for some timo, and several more
arreste may follow, as a number are
known to have been implicated in the
About two weelcs ago the depot at
"Wasioto was broken into, and a package
containing guns, pistols and cartridges
valued at $200, was taken. Nothing
else was disturbed. The detectives soon
disclosed a clover plot.
Tho goods had been ordered from the
Meecham Anns company, at St. Louis,
to be sent C. O. D. to Qillis Johnson.
Inquiry was mode by mail of the agent
as to the arrival of tho package, and
on tho very night after the notice was
given of its arrival the robbery was com
mitted. The men suspected wero watched, and
some of the guns found in their posses
sion. Tho affair has created a sensation
here, owing to tho prominence of the
Dynamite In a Cur Stove.
San Antonio, Tex., Jan. 25. A stick
of dynamite which somo unknown party
" had placed in tho smoMngcar stovo on
the Missouri, Kansas and Texas railroad
at Marcos, Tex., exploded with terrific
force as the train was leaving that place.
Ed Binding, traveling agent of the
city brewery of San Atnonio, and J. C.
Heidleman, a wealthy merchant of Aus
tin, were instantly killed and six other
passengers in the car seriously injured.
Boat Lcalvllle' llocord.
Denver, Jan. 25. It is reported that
gold oro to tho value of $128,000 was
taken from tho Little Johnnie mine at
Leadville in one day, last week. This
beats all Leadville records, the largest
previous output for a single day being
118,000 worth of silvor ore, taken from
the Robert E. Leo mine.
Floor Gives Way.
Paris, Jan. 25. A dispatch from St.
Etienne says that during an auction sale
yesterday the floor of a houso in which
the sale was being held suddenly col
lapsed, and 50 people wero thrown into
the cellars; of this number 22 persons
were badly injured' and soveral of them
Fifteen Lives Lost In Itumla.
Berlin, Jan. 25. A dispatch to The
Lokal Anzeiger from Orenburg, says
that a passenger train collided with a
freight train at Samara, Russia. Five
naphtha trucks wero set on fire and 15
persons lost their lives.
American Clorgjrman Dies Abroad.
London, Jan. 25. A Paris dispatch to
The Times says that Rov. Mr. Newell,
an American clorgyman, connected with
the Morgan American Episcopal church
in that city, is dead.
Short Items From Various Farts of the
Dr. Joseph Hobbins, one of the foremost
surgeons in this country, died Wednesday
at his home in Madison, Wis.
By a head-end collision between two
freight trains on the Louisville and Nosh
ville road, near Montgomery. Ala., James
Toomcy, a tramp, was killed.
Miss Gena Jones, daughter of Governoi
nnd Mrs. Jones of Alabama, and Charles
T. Holt, son of ex-Governor Holt of
Raleigh, wero married at Montgomery,
Near Clarksvllle. Term., thieves broke
into the barn of Henry Hunt and stole
1,000 pounds of fine leaf tobacco. The to
bacco was hauled away in a two-horse
wagon. The thieves have been spotted.
Scipo Salazar, treasurer of Lincoln
county, N. M., is short in his accounts
about $7,000. Salazar has turned some of
his property over to his bondsmen. The
money was invested in sheep and ranches.
The building on tho Boone county poor
farm, near Boone. la., in which the incur
ably insane were confined, was burned and
eight of tho nine inmates were burned to
death. Only one woman, Mrs. Hibbard,
Fire destroyed the Bethlehem Evangel
ical Lutheran church in St. Louis. The
church was the largest and finest Lutheran
church in tho west, and was completed at
a cost of $75,000 and dedicated Oct. 29 last.
The loss is $03,000, covered by insurance.
The sale of tho Schiller, ono of the lead
ing theaters of Chicago, to Daniel Froh
man of New York, has been announced.
A new stock company will be formed to
play continuously at the theater with Al
lison Roberts of the Lyceum Comedy com
pany as manager.
Three members of tho Dalton gang rode
Into the town of Pawnea, O. T and en
tered the bank, but found the safe locked
with a time-lock. They took $100 from tho
cash drawer and rode away, carrying tho
cashier on a horso three miles into tho
country, and compelling him to walk
Family Afflicted With the Rabies.
Henderson, Ky., Jan. 25. On last
Saturday a cat belonging to Charles
Fogg, a fanner, becamo afflicted with
rabies, and bit evory member of the fam
ily before it was killed. On Sunday
two of Fogg's children, who wore bitten
by tho feline, died after suffering all tho
norrore or nyuropnoDia, anu yesterday
tho father also becamo a victim to the
dread disease. Two other members of
the family wero prostrated with the
malady, but have recovered.
IMnk and Church Darned.
Brockton, Mass.. Jan. 25. Fire broke
out in the skating rink in tho rear of 65
Main street in tho center of tho city.
Tho rink, several frame buildings and
tlio Second Congregational church build
ing were destroyed, The loss will not
exceed $00,000. Tho cause of the firo is
Cut the Throat of His Mistress.
CnATTANOOCJA, Jan. 25. At 1:15 p. m.
yesterday, after tolling her of an attempt
Monday to burn her nlivo, Alonzo
Thompson drew tho head of his mistress,
Mattio Mentlow, into bis lap and cut hex
throat from oar to oar. She died in half
an hour. Tho murderer escaped,
Littlo Girl Dad, mother sent mo
round to seo how business is afore sho
Dad Business is bad,, very bad. I've
tried the lame, tho blind and tho deaf
and dumb on 'em, and I ain't made
enough to cover my wear and tear. Tell
your mother we'll havo to eat our spar
rergrasa cold and to make a salad of tho
salmon that was left from yesterday.
Sadden Death of an Actor.
Indianapolis, Jan. 25. Hal Claren
don, nn actor of tho "True Irish Hearts"
company, now playing here at the Park
theater, died suddenly yesterday after
noon of inflammation of the bowels. He
was well known to the patrons of popu
lar price theaters, having starred in
various sensational plays, among them
"The Black Flag" for two seasons.
Clarendon's family in New York was
notified by telegraph.
Store and Hotel Uurnecl.
Phillipsburo, O., Jan. 25. A firt
hero destroyed the general store of Rob
erts & Walker, together with the hotel
adjoining and tho blacksmith shop owned
by Shaw Brothers and a dwelling occu
pied by William Shaw, wero totally de
stroyed. Total loss. $6,000; insurance in
eastern companies amounting to aboui
A Lad Vodly Crippled.
Greensburq, Ind.. Jan. 25. Walter,
tho 6-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
Dille, fell from a log wagon while riding
homo from school, and one of tho heavy
wheels passed over his leg, crushing ft
An Outlaw Killed.
Barboursville, Ky., Jan. 25. A
battle is reported to have taken place on
tho Whitely county line between a
sheriff's posse and a lot of desperadoes,
in which one of the latter was killed.
Jumped From u Window.
Springfield, O., Jan. 25. "Boss'"
Wells, aged 53, an inmate of tho county
infinnary, wliile delirious last night,
jumped out of a second-story window
nnd was instantly killed.
LMltor Child Recovering.
Philadelphia, Jan. 25. Mr. George
W. Childs passed a restful night, and his
condition this morning continues favor
able. There are good reasons to hopi
that ho will fully recover from the stroke
To Bury the Wilson Forty.
London, Jan. 25. A Cape Town dis
patch to Tho News says that Commis
sioner Loch has sent Goold Adams with
500 men and four Maxim guns to bury
the Wilson party, and then search foi
Business Flnces Burned Out.
Solomon City, Kan., Jan. 25. Fire,
Btarting in a drugstore, wiped out hali
tho business portion of the place. Eight
Btorcs were burned with their contents.
Loss over $80,000, with insurance of
Review of the Grain und Cattle Markets
For Junuary 24.
Wheat 5960c. Corn 34Zj39c. Cat
tleSelected butchers, $4 004 15; fair to
good, $3 00(83 90; common, $1 753 00.
Hogs Selected and prime butchers, $5 55
5 GO; pocking, $5 40'?5 55; common to
rough, 84 6005 35. Sheep $1 503 "5
Lambs $2 754 00.
4 40; good butchers', $3 604 10; rough
fat, $3 103 GO: fair light steers, $3 10
8 40; bulls and stags, 23c; fresh cows
and springers, $20 00040 00. Hogs Phila
delphlas, $3 705 75; Yorkers. $5 50(35 70.
stags and rough sows, 45c. Sheep Extra,
$3 C03 80; good. $3 203 40; fair, $2 10
2 90; common, $11 50; lambs, $2 504 CO.
Wheat No.2 cash and January, 59 o bid;
May, 63&c; July, 65Kc Com No. 2 cash,
35c bid; May, 88c. Oats Cash,
20c Rye Cash, 60c. Cloveraeed Prime,
cash, January and February, $0 05; March,
Hogs Select butchers, $5 505 65; pack
ing, $5 255 50. Cattle Prime to extra
natives, $5 105 SO; others, $3 00(35 00;
stackers, $2 253 70. Sheep $2 003 50.
lambs, $2 754 75.
Wheat May, 69 1-16Q69 3-10c. Corn
February, 4343Wc. Oats Western, 85
40a Cattle $1 505 00. Sheep $2 500
8 60; lambs, $3 655 00.
Mnyavlllo Retail Market.
GREEN COFFEE $ 16 25 27
MOLASSES now crop, If) gallon 60
Golden Syrup- 85 &0
Sorghum, fancy new 40
SUGAR Yellow, ) 60
Extra C,$ lb. 4V
A, $ tt 6k
Granulated, W lb 6w
Fowdorcd, fi n 7V
New Orleans, $) lb.- iu
TEA8- lb 601 00
COAL OIL-Hcadllght.1 gallon IS
BACON Breakfast, $ &.. 12V&9
Clcarsldca, $i lb......... 123
HamB, fl n 13a
Shoulders, y) tt 10 a
BEANS-W gallon........... 80 10
BUTTER $ D. 20 S25
CnrCKENS-Each .. 20 ft ,
EGGS-V dozen I2
FLOUR limestone. barrel... ............ J4 60
Old Gold, $ barrel 4 50
Maysvllle Fancy, w barrel ..... 8 76
Mason County, a barrel 8 75
Morning Glory. V) barrel 8 75
Roller King, v) barrel-. 4 60
Magnolia, p barrel.,....) . 4 50
Bine Grass, $ barrel 8 75
Graham. W sack-. 15 320
HONEY bL , , 15 20
MEAL-Wpcck. v 20
LARD V pound :.. 12
ONIONSW peck. ....,....... 40
POTATOES V peck, now- 20
AFFLES-V pock , . C0Q70
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Ho. 2. 10:10 a.m.
No. 20 7:45 p.m.
No. 18 4:47 p.m.
No. 4.. 8:18 p.m.
No. 1 6:12 a.m.
Addtwenty-ix nimta to ' 2 1?''
ni-l rilti limp -"0 17 10.05 a. HI.
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