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THE IXDIATA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY MORNING, .MAX 23, 1891 TWELVE PAGES.
LOSES HIS HEAD, Execution of Emil Henry, ihe Anarchist, Who Caused the Explosion in a Paris Cafe. HE DIES THE BRAGGART, Shouting "Vive 1' Anarchie" En Route to the Guillotine. Refuses to Accept Priestly Ministrations. ,nollifr Victim for Deibler, the Tnh Ilc EiFcntlnnrr-M.v Heil I.Inefl I" p. Faclner a "Wall, and Shot at Barre Ionn for Complicity in the Attempt to Assassinate Gen. Campos. PARIS, May 21. Just as day was breaking this morning Emll Henry was Jed from the prison De la Roquette to the instrument of death. As he passed between the portals of the prison he wore the same air of braggadocio that had marked his conduct during: his trial, and as he stepped outside the gate he cried, Vive L'Anarchie." At 4:12 o'clock the little gate in the large gates of the prison swung open und Peibler, the public executioner, passed through. Although Henry had re fused to accept his ministrations he was followed by a priest. Then came Henry In his shirt sleeves, and with his arms pinioned. His face was deathly pale and nis eyes glittered like those of a maniac. As he-"emerged he muttered more to himself than to asyone else, "I am not allowed to walk properly," referring to the manner in which he was pinioned. Then, raising his eyes, he saw those awaiting his coming and he cried: "Cour age, comrades. Vive L'Anarchie." The walk to the guillotine was exceed ingly short. He was seized by the as sistants of Deibler and bound. Then there was a flash as the knife descend ed. At the same moment Henry cried out again. "Vive L'Ar.archie," and then there was silence. The head of the an archist dropped into the basket in front of the guillotine. The headless trunk was unbound from the plank on which It rested and, together with the head, deposited in the coffin prepared for it. Then the coffin was placed in the black van ami the remains were conveyed to the "Turnip field," the burial place of executed criminals, where it was in terred. As the van was driven away the crowd, laughing and joking, dispersed. SIX SHOT AT BARCELONA. A Red Letter Day for Anarchists In lnin. BARCELONA, May 21, The six an archists. Codina, Cerezuela, Sogas, Eer xiat, Villarubia and Mir, sentenced to death after having been convicted of complicity in the attempt of Fallas to ossassinate Capt.-Gen. Martinez Campos, end of being concerned in the Llceo theater bomb tragedy, were executed at 4 o'clock this morning outside the citadel pt Mont Juich. Tha prisoners passed the night previ ous to the execution in the chapel after force had been employed to compel them to do so. Rain was falling heavily this morning when the condemned rrien were taken from the chapel through subter raneous passages to the place of execu tion. The first of the doomed men to appear u-as Sogas; then came Cerezuela, They ehowed signs of repentance and joined In the prayers of the priests, who ac companied the prisoners to the place of death. Cerezuela was quiet and ap peared to be praying silently. Thesemen were the only ones who seemed to be im pressed with their impending doom. Their companions shouted all kinds of revolutionary cries while on the way to execution. Troops were drawn up outside the cas tle walls forming three sides of a. square. The fourth sid was closed in by the vails of the citadel. The six anarchists Were placed standing in a line with their faces to the wall. Standing at a short distance b ind the condemned men was the firing party. At the first volley only four of the convicts fell dead and a fcecond volley was necessary in the cases of Sogas and Codina to complete their execution. There was no disorder. PA II K L II ASD M'AKEK. Fentenreii to Life Imprisonment What They Said. FRANKLIN", May IS. Parker, when asked if he had anything to say why Judgment should not he entered on the Verdict, answered: "I am innocent of the crime, i was not near Charles Eys ter's drug store that night, and 1 knew nothing of the shooting: until John Yilson told me at Carrie Spaulding's Ihe next morr.ing." Edward McAfee replied to a similar query: "I am innocent of the killing of Charles Kyster, and I had no grudge &gain.t him at all. I was in the neigh borhood of the Union station at the time of the shifting, with a packag? for my brother at Michigan City. I may have to suffer for this, but the true murderer is still in Indianapolis, and the people of that city will find him out eome day." McAf je was overcome with grief and gat down. The court then addressed the defendants, saying: "I believe from the testimony given that you are both guil ty of the atrocious . crime, and you should be thankful that a Johnson coun ty jury rendered a different verdict from the Marion county verdict, thereby per mitting you to escape from the gallows. You will have plenty of time to repent of your terrible deed." Sentence was then pronounced, and the prisoners Jvere returned to jail. Mr. Kealing made no motion for a new trial. Mrs. Parker and Mrs. McAfee, fiiothers of the defendants, were pres ent. Mrs. McAfee's faith in her boy's Innocence remains unshaken. A Criminal Operation. FT. WAYNE. May 21. Special. MIsb Maggie Crowley died today from the ef fects of a criminal operation performed in Michigan. She came here a week ago and went to the Cottage hotel. Three phy sicians were called and said that the girl was ill frorn effects of an abortion bun glingly performed. Hor case was then hopeless Her parents reside at St. Thomas, Canada. It Is not known who is the author of thfj crime. The deceased 13 Jwenty years old. Prevention is better than cure, and you may prevent that tired feeling by taking Hood's Sarsapar'lia, which will keep your blood pure and free from acid taint and germs of disease. Hood's Pills do not purge, pain or gripe, but act promptly, easily and efficiently. NEWS OF THE WEEK. Weilesley girls are very fond of rowing. A cabinet crisis is impending in Argen tine. Two more earthquake shocks were felt at Athens. The strike of dock laborers at Stettin ended by compromise. At Lisbon reports of conflicts between Portuguese and Brazilians at Rio are denied. The lower house of the Prussian diet has rejected the Rhine and Dortmund canal bill. William K. Vanderbilt won 40,000 francs at Monte Carlo last night and sailed for New York. Thera is a conspiracy against Ronilla at Amapala. Arms have been landed there for his enemies. The commercial treaty between Russia and Austria has been completed and will be signed today. It is said that there are only 24S.528.211. 840 different combinations that may be played in dominos. The miners' congress at Berlin broke up In a row because of British domina tion of the gathering. First Baseman Goeckle of the universi ty of Pennsylvania nine will join the Philadelphia league team June 4. The Paris papers ref?r to Ives as the "world's billiard champion, as he is known by his transatlantic friends." Wheeling is growing rapidly in popular ity. Over forty authorized race meets will be held in the United States May CO. There are five rival crews at the college thi3 year. A Harvard student has been engaged as coach by one of the fair crews. A terrible hail storm lasting an hour swept over Tours, France, and did im mense damage to the crops in the vicinity. Brazilian insurgents continue to enroll themselves under Gen. Saraiva, who is still conducting operations against the government. The French chamber of deputies, by a large majority, rejected the proposals to suppress public executions and to abolish capital punishment. The British government has informed the government of Portugal that it has cabled to the British minister at Rio De Janeiro instructing him to protect Portu guese subjects. Jim Corbett has made a pronounced hit in London and seems on the way to make considerable money. He says his fight with Jackson will be his last ap pearance In the ring. During the hearing of the Banco Ro manl case at Rome. ex-Minister Micell sprang at Bank Inspector Biagini, who was on the witness stand. A fierce fight ensued and court had to be ad journed. It is believed that the young king of Servia intends to make a second coup d'etat with the aid of his father, ex-King Milan, and the premier, with the purpose of putting an end to the power and in fluence of the radical leaders. Pigeon shooting is an expensive sport. In a 100 pigeon match each contestant's birds cost him J3.". and besides this cost the sportsman must pay for his cart ridges, fee, the men who manipulate the traps and provide himself with refresh ments. Prominent American yachtsmen, includ ing A. Carey Smith, favor c h prizes for yachting contests in place of cups and other trophies. Nearly all the prominen! regattas in France and England arc sailed for substantial monetary consider ations. The house of commons reassembled. Peter Jackson arrived at San Francisco. The Manchester canal has cost $75,000,000. A shortage) of vaccine virus is threatened. Fire at Akron, O., caused a loss of $101 HM). Queen Victoria left Windsor castle for Scotland. At Little Rock, Ark., 600 miners went out on a strfke. . Fully 2,vl silk weaver are on strike in New Jersey. John Hanson, wife murderer, wai hanged at Astoria, Ore. The National bank of Pendleton, Ore., has suspended. J. F. Scott & Co., wholesale jewelers of New York, assigned. Seven persons were injured by an ex plosion in New York. Governor Flower has vetoed the school teachers' pension bill. Eliza, wife of J. B. Haggin, the horse man, died at New York. Sullivan's wing of Randall's army enlisted fifteen recruits at Toledo. The main body of Fry's army, 228 In num ber, arrived in Cincinnati. Toledo ha a case of small-pox, brought there by a Common wealer. Insane Otto of Bavaria will probably be placed under guardianship. A majority of miners of the Troppau district have refused work. Four soldiers and three policemen were killed in a riot at Managua. The five condemned anarchists may be executed at Barcelona today. The excursion steamer New York burned at Philadelphia. Loss, IX. The amalgamated workers continued their deliberations at Cleveland. The situation among the miners at Pitts burg, Kas.. is more complicated. Fire at Tower Hill.. 111., destroyed eight buildings, causing a loss of $T0,0. The main building of the" Hillsboro (O.) female college burned; ios. $V.Vi0. The efforts of the Pennsylvania coke strikers to rally resulted in a failure. The Italian chamber of deputies a-pted the war budget by a vote of 229 to 98. The gold entraged for Shipment from New York Wednesday amounted to $15.)0.ftjo. The case of Frendergast will come up today at Chicago before Judge Chetlain. All the children lost during the Boston fire have been returned to their parents. Many of the Pullman strikers are desti tute and are receiving aid from the public. Andrew Foy and wife, who figured in the Coughlin trial, have become reconciled. King Alexanf?r of Servia has suspended the constitution and restored the one of is;9. A miner named Glover, who refused to strike at Birmingham, Ala., was assassin ated. At Ledgerwood, N. D., a mob wrecked two saloons and poured the liquor in the street. The general assembly of the southern presbyterian church meets at Nashville today. Three hundred and twenty-five miners have gone out at Colfax, la., and 115 ai Uureath. At Uilla. Tex.. Lee Williams murdered his wife and hired two negroes to bury her body. Detective Harris, shot by Robber Azoff at Boulder, Cal., died from the effects of his wounds. Prof. James A. Dana of Yale will re tire. He is eighty-one years of age and a noted scientist. The Rev. Thomas A. Burke, vicar-general of the diocese of Albany, has been nomin ated a bishop. The old home of Benedict Arnold in New Haven has Just been soli for the use of a lumber firm. A severe frost prevailed throughout En gland, doing serious damage to the fruit and potato crops. Councilman James Farrar of Rutland. Mass., was murdered while attempting to arrest a burglar Kuiageonjev?, the pretender to the Servian throne, has just left St. Peters burg for Koumania. All the carpenters and mil! hands in Cin cinnati. Covington and Newport have been ordered on a strike. Oiiarl V. Richards was appointed re ceiver of the Simmonds manufacturing com pany of New York. Tramps made an attempt to wreck a night express train on the Boston Sc. Albany road near Corchiville. Mass. At Hud-son, Wis., the Jewetts mille dam, besides the new Richmond and Burkhard dams, were washed out. North Dakota will have a wheat acreage of 4,Ojo.0u0 to harvest next fall, and the es timate is HO.Ouo.imj bushels. The investigation of the armor plate scan dai was concluded at Pittsburg, but the report was not made public. The question of admitting women to the Knights of honoD was recommitted to the su bordlnate lodges for a vote. The Cumberland presbyterian assembly convened at Eugene. Ore. Three hundred delegates were in attendance. A detachment of Caxeyltes was sheltered at Frankfort, Ky., with the understanding that the men were to move on. Leist, the German official who is charged with so many atrocities during his admin- "THE TRIUMPH OF LOVE IS HAPPY. FFtXITFlL MARRIAGE. 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A despairing man, who' had applied to us, soon after wrote: "Well. I tell you that first day is one I'll never forget. I just bubbled with jjy. I wanted to hug everybody and tell them my old self had died yesterday and my new self was born today. Why didn't you tell me when I first wrote that I would rind it this way?" And another thus: "If you dumped a cartload of gold at my feet It would not bring such gladness into my life as your method has done." Write to the Erie Medical Company, Buf falo. N. Y.. and ask for the little book called "OOMPLETH MANHOOD." Refer to this paper, and the company promises to send the book.- in sealel envelope, without any marks, and entirely free, until it is well introduced. istration of the Cameroon colony. West Africa, has fled. The French miners of Spring Valley. 111., have given their consent to allow fifteen men to work in No. 1 mine at the fire. Lightning set fire to the National man ufacturing company at Worcester. Mass. It was totally destroyed. Loss, $:;.,. The republican congressional convention of the Second Kansas district put in an other full day balloting without result. Congressmen John Dalzell and William A. Stone were renominated by Pennsyl vania republicans without opposition. The indictments against the officers of the Guarantee investment company for run ning a lottery were quashed at St. Louis. None of the bodies of the men lost in th attempt to rescue the crew of the schooner Shupe, near Port Huron, have been recov ered. Eight finely bred horses were burned In the destruction of James L. P.osweü's barn at Carrollton, Ky. Loss, $10,; insurance, light. At Beaver Falls. Pa., Thomas W. Phil lips was nominated for congress by the re publicans of the Twenty-fifth congressional district. At Tower. Minn., settlers attempted to lynch Harry Mees, attorney for lumbermen in disputed land cases. Mees was seriously injured. Near Rax ley, Ga., John Dyall shot and killed Wil'.ir.m McEachen and seriously wounded hU brother Andrew. They had quarreled. Judge Chapman of Nebraska. City holds that he has jurisdiction over the dispute of Bishop Bonacum and Father Corbett and will try the case June 6. The Traders' bank of Tacoma suspended payment. This bank failed last summer and reopened a few months ago. It is said all depositors will be paid. At New Haven the old Northampton freight long wharf burned, together with a number of freight cars and considerable merchandise. Loss. $ri.(vv. An effort is being made to organize the striking miners of Ohio into a body and march to the West Virginia field's and force the miners to come out. Judge McConnell ordered the sale of the Garlieid park race track at Chicago. The order was entered in 'the suit brought by numerous creditors of the track. It Is thought that W. S. Hockley of Har vard was a member of the sailing party upset In Boston harbor on Sunday and that he was drowned with the others. Alditional reports from the wreck at Standing Rock tunnel will increase the cas ualties. Jim Ryan and John Hill, two of the train men, had their skulls crushed. The Swiss rider. Lesna, won the long dis tance bicycle race from Bordeaux to Paris, having covered the distance in twenty-five hours, eleven minutes and seven seconds. Officials of the Grank Trunk railroad an nounced on the Chicago board of trade that pen ling a settlement of the coal strike no more grain will be received for shipment. At a mass meeting of railroad men at Co lumbus. O., in the interests of the American railway, union, resolutions were adopted of fering financial and co-operative support to the miners. At Minneapolis Judge Russell sentenced Alderman Robins to pay a fine of fioi) or in default spend ninety days in jail for the publication of a letter criminally libelling Mayor Eustls. James Morris, colored, the fourth and last of those indicted at Nashville. Tenn., for complicity in the thirty-tive-thousand-dollar robbery from the Adams express company, was arested. At Cleveland. Tenn.. Dr. Albert P. Grif fith of Jasper was shot and fatallv wounded in the breast by W. S. Stick ley of the Bon Air mines. The two men quar reled over a game of pool. Fire starting in the Vnited States ap praiser's office at Boston and extending to the bonded warehouse caused a loss to the government of about one hundred and fifty thousand dollars. At Merrill. Wis., the Central manufactur ing company's sash, door and biind factory was struck by lightning and consumed by fire. Losa, $Hu.WJ on buildings and foO.oiO on stock. Insurance, $3S,w. Mrs. Patrick Tregent. widow of Patrick Tregent. a former resident of DetroLt. Mloh., is about to begin proceedings for a dower interest in about $10,0o0.Ok) worth of property situated in Hyde park, Chicago. An Old Mnn Ilu.II Injured. COLUMBUS, .May 21. Special. Thurs day last as Dr. Dryden of this city was driving along the road in Clay township, his horse took fright and ran over an old gentleman named Christopher Roberts. The shaft struck him In the side and he was otherwise injured. As he Is over eighty years of age there is but little hope of his recovery. No blame can be attached to the driver, as he did all in his power to hold the horse. l-'or h Weel't Conference. ANDERSON. May 21. Special. The sixteenth annual theological institute of the White River conference of the united brethren church convened at Lapel this afternoon for a. week's session. About fifty representatives of different charges are present. Elder Vv ilmore is presiding. The annual sermon Wednesday evening will be delivered by the Rev. Mr. Moore of this city. It Is Not liest To always believe everything that a per son tells you, but when you hear that the best blood purifier is Sulphur Bitters, you can believe u, for they cured me of a severe case of - Kod poisoning. REV. A. FAIRCHILD, . New York City. "Mrs. Wlnalovr'a Soothlnir Syrnn" Has been used over Fifty Years by mill ions of mothers for their children while Teething with perfect success. It soothes the child, softens the Gums, allays Pain, cures "Wind Colic, regulates the bowels, and is the best remedy for Diarrhoea, whether arising from teething or other causes. For pale by Druggists in every part of the world. Bo sure and ask for Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup, 25c a bottle. MARKET REPORTS, CHICAGO. May 21. Wheat went up and down with bewildering alacrity, clos ing with a c gain after an advance of llJc and xan equal decline. Frosts at home and abroad caused the strength and free selling was responsible for the temporary reactions. July corn closed unchanged. Oats closed unchanged and provisions finished slightly higher. In wheat there was a heavy trade and broad market with the prices very irregular. Opening trades were at lc advance, and after selling down 9c rallied lUc, broke lHc, rallied 4c, changed some and closed firm. The early strength came from the frost scare. The stronger tone was considerably helped by private ad vices from abroad reporting damage by black frost. The decrease in the visible of 1,406,000 buöhels also acted as a strengthener. A good many local "longs" sold out on the early rally and many went "short." Pardridge was again a prominent seller during the early morn ing, but these offerings were very readily absorbed by anxious buyers. Free real izing was responsible for the sharp break later, but more buying firmed up the market at the close. Corn experienced a lively trade during the first hour, but was quiet later, prices for the day cover ing but i'sC range. The tone was firmer, the strength coming from the weather. Opening trades were at 'Hl V-.C advance, sold up i(ic. reacted i'l "rC. ruled firmer, changed some and closed as stated. The interest in oats centered in Sep tember, which was bought freely early and prices advanced Hc. An in crease in the offerings and the decline in other grains created weakness and priec3 receded Is'ä'aC. A small reaction fol lowed the bulge and the market closed quiet. Lower prices at the yards and hog receipts largely in excess of the esti mates caused a slight decline in values at the opening in provisions. The mar ket soon firmed up to near Saturday? closing figures on the boom in wheat and corn. It was extremely dull later on with weakness in response to the break in wheat. The market was very narrow. Just before the close there was some buying values, advancing to the outside figures of the day, with the closing strong for pork and lard and firm for rib?. Compared with Saturday night July pork is Sc higher. July lard un changed, and July ribs 2c higher. The leading futures ranged as follows: Wheat. No 2 Open. Hieh. Low. Close. May $ 56 $ ö1? t $ F:V July fi7i .'f &r hi 2 Sept f.! oV, f.S-t Corn. No. 2 May 37 37. 37 37 July . . .-a' ;a"h oi'j -"4 39 ZVn 22 OS3 37ts Jr.; SB; a?.', 33? an; 3 na; 31 - Snu, 3i"-, ., 2ei 26'i 26Ü 2fv', It K2U .. 11 75 U 30 11 75 11 0 .. 7 15 7 IS 7 12H 7 12H . . 5 K5 S7 S2- .6 K7V2 .. 6 .6 W 6 S5 " 6 30 Sept Oats, No. 2 May ... Jun ... July ... Sept ... Mess Pork May ... July ... Lard Mav ... Julv ... Sept Short Ribs- May 6 12' 6 15 6 12U 6 15 July 6 o:2 fi l cili is Sept 6 10 6 15 6 10 6 15 Cfsh quotations wre as follows: Flour, unchanged : No. 2 spring wheat. 5Fs4c; No. 3 spring wheat, nominal; No. 2 red. SSc: No. 2 com, 37'ie; No. 3 yellow corn, 37Vc: No. 2 cats, .W2c; No. 2 white. 3r,u.c; No. 3 white. ."iSVic; No. 2 rye. 45c; No. 2 bar ley, nominal; No. 3. 52ft r.."c : No. 4. fv?i53e: No. 1 flax seed, $1.34; prime timothv seed, 44.15; mess pork, per brl. $ll.SOfiil.82Vi; lanl per 100 lbs. f7.124i7.15: short ribs sides (loose). $6.2v?76.22,14; dry salted shoul ders (hoxM). $ö.75i76; short clear sides (boxedt, $6.62Vtf7.12V4; whisky, distillers' finished goods, per gal, $115; sugars, cut loaf unchanged. Articles. Receipts. Shipments. Flour, brls fi.ooo 7Ao Wheat, bu 25.0m" ftt.fnO Corn, bu Sft7.iV) 274X Oats, bu 313.no. 171 ,f) Rve. bu 2.ÖÜ0 3.010 Barley, bu 12.oo 3,0f0 On the produce exchange today the but ter market was quiet and unchanged1. Eggs Fairly active and unchanged. LOCAL CHAIN MARKET. INDIANAPOLIS. IND.. MONDAY EVENING. May 21. Wheat Firmer; No. 2 red. 51c; No. 3 red, 47c; rejected, 4fr45c; wagon wheat, r,ic Corn Dull; No. 1 white, 40lic; No. 2 white. 40Vic; No. 3 white, 40l-ie for one color, 40V,c bid for grade; No. 4 white. 37c; No. 2 white mixed. 3Sc; No. 3 white mixed, SS4c; No. 4 white mixed, 7c; No. 2 yellow, 3$3c: No. 3 yellow, 3S";c; No. 4 yellow. 37c; No. 2 mixed, SSic; No. 3 mixed. 3Sc; No. 4 mixed. 37c; ear, 4Sc. Oats Firm; No. 2 white. 37s4c: No. 3 white. 36ic; No. 2 mixed. 35c bid; No. 3 mixed, 35c; rejected, 3312 35c. Rye No. 2, 52c car; 45c wagon lots. Bran-I120. Hav Choice timothy, J12.00; No. 1. $11.50; No. 2. $10; No. 1 prairie. $6.50; mixed-, $S; clnver. JS. Inspections Wheat, 12 cars; corn, 45 cars; oats, 1 car; hay, 1 car. PHODICE MARKETS. Quotations from Xew York, Balti more and Elnevrhere. NEW YORK, May 21. Flour-Receipts. 2Ö,3) brls; exports, 13,3'X) brls; sales, 6,000 packages; market steady but dull; buyers hold off waiting for further 5evelopments in wheat; southern flour dull; common to fair extra. $2j2.; good to choice do, $2.VK 3.50; rye flour firm; sales, .W brls; fancy. $2.85-f3.10: buckwheat flour nominal. Buck wheat Nominal. Cornmeal Steady; sales, &00 brls. Rye Nominal. Barley Nominal; ungraded western. ftfoSoe. Barley Malt Pull. Wheat Receipts. 160.400 bu; exports, 5.r,7"0 bu; sales. 4.040,000 bu futures, 45.000 bu spot; spot firmer; No. 2 red, store and elevator, &83c; canal, f. o. b.. 59ViÖ59c; options opened stronger an higher on re ports that wheat had been Injured by frost; the early buying was by local shorts and continental houses; prices subsequently re acted on the small visible decrease, but aaln rallied later and closed Arm at "K'w 4c net advance; No. 2 red May closed at 58-v.c; June, Givs'Sr'ic closed Lbc; July, 59i-MV2C, closed 53"c: Aug., e, closed file; Sept., 61!iH'fj62,-.c. closed 62c; Dec. 64 ll-16fC5VaC, closed Ci'c. Corn Re ceipts, 172.(i bu; exports, 20.000 bu; sales, 245.000 bu futures, 126,000 bu spot; spot mar ket weaker; No. 2, 4V4c elevator, 42ra4414c afloat; steamer mixed. 42lc; options d-jll but firm early on unfavorable crop news, later reacted and closed dull at VsC net de cline: May closed at 4;ic; July. 43.i4314c, closed 43l4c; Sept. closed 44I4C. Oats Re ceipts, 34.S00 bu; exports, 3,300 bu; sales. 800, 000 bu futures, S7,00 bu spot; spot Vj1c iiigher; No. 2. 334c; No. 2 delivered, 4-e; No. 3. 38c; No. 2 white, Wc; track mixed western, 40T41c; track white western, 42 46c; track white state, 425j46c; options firmer, especially on May, in which there was a squeeze; May closed c hlsher, other months unchanged; May, 3iK39V4C. closed 33i4e; June closed SSc; July. SSS'ic closed 3Sc. Hay Firm, but quiet. Hops Quiet. Hides Dull. Leather Inactive. Wool Quiet. Beef Steady; family. $10.5Ortji 12.59; extra mess, JS-iiS.SO; beef hams. $18; tierced beef, city extra India mess, ?18fi2ü. Cut Meats Steady: pickled bellies. 6ifjtc; pickled shouldvrs, C-c; pickled hams. lt4Q loUc. Lard Easy; western steam closed at $7.50; May closed $7.45 nominal; July, $7.25 nominal; refined quiet: continent, $7.85; s. a., $8.25. Pork Steady. Butter Steady. Cheepe Weak; state large. WW'.ic; small. 9frl0ic: part skims, SaSVic: full skims, 2f3c. Eggs Weak; state and Pennsylva nia. 12iic: western fresh. Hit 12c; cases. $2.50 fa3: receipts, 11,019 packages. Tallow Kasy. Hlce Steady. Molasses Steady; New Orleans open kettle, good" to choice, tya 36c. Pig Iron Dull. Copper Quiet. Lead Quiet. Tin Firm; straits, $19.85; do plates; market firm. Spelter Easy; domes tic, $3.50 asked; sales on 'change, none. Cot tonseed Oil Quiet; prime crude, $'9: off crude, $2C't28; yellow butter grades, $3f'336; choice yellow, not quoted; prime yellow, $33; yellow eff grades, $32',4''o33; prime white, $36fr37. Coffee Options opened bare ly steady at from unchanged prices to 10 points decline under disappointing cables, reacted sharply on better Havre advices, closed steady at unchanged prices to JJ fiolnts advance; sales, 16,500 bags, lnclud ng June at 13.20c; July, 14.5018c; Aug., J4.5014.Oc; Sept. at 14.1.Vu 14.25c; Oct., 13.fc. and Dec. at 13.50fi 13.60c; spot coffee, Rio dull; No. 7. löc sellers: mild, quiet; Cordova. lW19'c; sales, 200 bags Maracal bo at 60c: Santos coffee market good: aver- ! age Santos. 17c; receipt. 1,000 bags; stock. 26,000 bags; Hamburg market steady; sales, 14,0"0 bags; prices Pfff lower; Havre market steady; opened Vif lower, de clined Ti'f further and reacted sharplv with 30.3'i P. T. prices showing a net ad vance of liSf over Saturdav; closed f off from top prices: sales. 4S.Ö00 bags; Rio coffee market dull; No. 7 R1d 15. JS.50; ex change. 9Tgd: receipts. 5.0 ba?s: stock. 150, -COO bags; warehouse deliveries Saturdav. 7.S35 bags: New York stock todav. 20S.63S bags; United States stock. 2,S4 bags; eflcat for the United States. 53,000 baps; total visible for the United States. 344.WO bags, against 32S.464 last year. Sugar Raw dull; fair refining. 2V:; centrifugal, 36 test. 2"sc; sales, none: refined market dull; No. C 311-!63Tc; No. 7. 3 9-16a3c; No. 8, 34 3 11-16c; No. 9. 3V?3 9-16c. BALTIMORE. May' 21. Flour Dull ; west ern superfine, J1.S0-52: extra. $1.5vV?i2.40; d-o family, $2.6Va2.90: winter wheat patent, S3.10&3.49; spring ci, $3.V,53.75: do straight. S3.1.V&3.50: receipts, 12.010; shipments, 830; sales. 5. Wheat Unsettled, easv; spot. 57fi5Sc; July. S&iifjJSVzc: Aug., si&VtfSnVsc; steamer No. 2 red. 541?'S54:l4c: receipts. 56, 021; stock, 521.574; saie. 102.0o0: milling wheat by sample, 5;'u5912c. Corn Quiet; spot. 44ai'2447ic: month, 4Vi44c: Julv. 43f 4:'A4c: steamer mixed. 42 c bid: receipts, 4S4; stock, 1S0.O15; sales, 4.000; southern corn by sample. öTTTSc; do on grade. .r.6VJ53'4C. Oats Strong: No. 2 white western," 47?c bid; No. 3 western. 4a41c; receipts. S'Y, stock, 3r.6:5. Rye Inactive; No. 2. 55 "a 56c; stock. 20,375. Hay Steady; Eood to choice timothy, $14.50715. Grain freights very dull, rates unsettled; steam to Liverpool, per bu, 31 4d; Cork for orders, per quar ter. 2s 3dTf23 6d May: cotton, per K lbs, IKe; flour do, 10c. Sugar Firm. Butter Firm; fancy creamery, 10' lie; do imita tion. 13'nt4c; do ladle, 12'13c: good latMe. pVailc; store packed. 8'iöc. Eggs Fresh, lO1! 11c. Cheese Steady. CINCINNATI. O.. May 21.-Flour-Fancv. S2.30T::.4: family. ?2'ö2.10. Wheat r.i;ht de mand; No. 2 red. 52c: receipts. 3.0O0: ship ments, 3.000. Corn Fair demand; No. 2 mixed. 42c. Oats Good demand, strong; No. 2 mixed. 3Si,fi3Sc. Rye Scarce; No. 2. 53c. Pork Dull, $12. Lard Dull, lower. $6.856.874. Bulk Meats Easier, $f,.l2Q! 6 25. Bacon Quiet, $7"J1a. Whiskv SteadV; sales. 02 brls at J1.15. Butter Fair de mand : Elgin creamery. 19c; Ohio. 17c; dairy, 0c. Sugar Hard refined. SV5'.c; New Orleans. Slc. Linseed Oil Quiet at JM 52c. Egcs Active, stronger at S'jP'zc. Cheese Firm; prime to choice, Ohio flat, new. S'fis'c. . , LIVERPOOL. May 21. Closing: What Steady; demand por; No. 2 red winter. 4s 51. Corn Steady, demand fair; new mlxPd snot, 3s 6d: future derr.anl moc-r-ate: May steady at 3s f4d: June steadv at 3s Cd; July firm at 3s 62d. Flopr Dull, demanO poi-r: St. Louis fancy winter. 5s 9d. Lard Dull, demand poor; "spot. 57s 6d; futures, no demand. Pork Dull: prime mess western. C7s 3d. Receipts of wheat for the past week were: Frrm Atlantic ports. 37 quarters; Pacific ports, none; other ports. 56,0 quarters. Receipts of American corn for the past week were 26.00 quarters. TOLEDO. May 21. Wheat ArtH-e. firm; No. 2, cash and May. 55c: Julv, STe: Aug.. 57svc; Sept., 58c. Com Dull, steady; N". 2. cash and May, "3,2c. Oats Qui"t; No. 2 mixed, 36c; No. 2 white. :!7i:c. Rye Dull; cash. 50c. Clover Seed Steady, d'ill: prime cash. $5.60; Oct.. $1.70. KeceipisFiour, 500; what. 13.00O; corn. 1.0.; rye. 500. Ship mentsFlour. 3,o-v wheat, 2V,'; corn, 1.5; rye, l.ooo. DETROIT. Mich.. May 21. -Wheat-No. 1 white. 564c: No. 3 red. 52c; No. 2 red. cash. 54'-c; Julv. 56Uc; Aug., 57'-c. Corn No. 2. 53c. Oats-No. 2' white, nsc; No. 2 mixed. 36"; c. Rye No. 2. 50c Receipts Wheat, 1,200 bu; oats. l,roo bu. LIVK STOCK MARKET, EAST LIBERTY. May 21. Ca t tie-Receipts licht; demand lieht: very little doing on account of washouts on eastern roads; prices 15 cents lower than last week; prime, M.Sofjt.ftrt; good. $3.!0 4.10: good butchers. j:.6'i4.o:.; rough fat. $2'73; pood fat cows and heifers. $2.1O'-2.fi0: bulls and stags, SZ'-r 3; veal calves. $4.2" .". Hoes Receipts light: demand by eastern buvers light owins to washouts East; best Philadelphias, $5.105.15; best Yorkers, 5.10; common to fair Yorkers, Jl.$.'V31.9o; good heavy sows, Jt'-it.O; stags and rough sows. $3f7 3..V. Sheep Supply liberal; 37 cars on sale; few good grades on sale, mostly common and medium graes; market opening dull owing to washouts Kast: good prime grades firm; lambs and yearlings will sell lower: extra, $3.9"i4.10; good. Jtf.fSfi 3.10: fair. $2.Go'a3.''0: common. $lfi2: lambs, ?2.50Tj 4.30; spring lambs. 53.50rj3.75. NEW YORK, May 21. Beeves Receipts two days, 14.46: C6 cars on sale: market active, 10c per Hxl lbs higher: native steers, good to prime, J4.45f4.56 per !' lbs: medium to fair do, ?J.3"'ri4. 121; ordinary do. $4.257 4.30; inferior to good Texans. $:;.5Vy 4.1'; bulls, inferior to choice, $2.30 4.55: dry cows, ordinary to prime. $2.12li,;i3.25; Euro pean cables quote American steers at SVs'a 9!fcc pr lb dressed weicht; refrigerator beef, 7öSc per lb: exports tomorrow, 750 beeves, l.lOo sheep and 416 quarters cf beef. Calves Receipts two days, 30S; market active, 'Je per lb higher; veals, poor to prime, Sric per lb; buttermilk calves, 4Vjc per lb. Sheep and Lambs Receipts two rays. 16, 833; 4S cars on sale; sheep and yearlings firm: southern lambs not wanted and low er: sheep, poor to prime, $3 3. 40 per 1 lbs; yearlings, common to choice, ?4!74.674; Virginia lambs, inferior to choice, ?.Vafi.40; Kentucky do. $45j6. Hogs Receipts two days. 9.209 : 2 cars on sale; market steady; inferior to good hogs, J.Uo'p.no per loo lbs. BUFFALO. May 21. Cattle Receipts. 100 cars; market shad' stronger on handy weight butchers' stuff; other kinds steady; prime steers. J4.4OT.4.50; good. $4.204.30; good 1.000 to 1.5 lb steers. $4, 4.15; common to fair. $3.75-3.90; fair to good heifers. $3.75 'r4; good to choice cows and heifers. W.Y 7.0t ; stockers and feeders. $3.403.75; re ceipts off. show springers in heavy supply and market slow, 3Ti5c lower. Hogs Receipts, 7o cars; market fairly active and prices irregular; prime heavy. $5.0.".T;5.10: merMums, 55.10; York weights, $l.fti5.6: nie 9ofj'5.05; roughs. $4.20i?i 4.40; stags, $3.25fT3.73. Sheep Receipts, ! cars; market steady on choice grades, easier in common stuff; good to prime clipped lambs, $4.3Vii4.60; fair. $3.fc5fi4; common, $3.25'(i3.75; choice clipped sheep. $4.304.50; fair to good. $3.5014.15; common and culls, $23; spring lambs, $1.50rti 6.50. CHICAGO, May 21. The Evening Journal reports: Cattle Receipts. 16,000; shipments. 4,000; slow, the turn rather downward; prime to extra native steers, $4.25 ?i 4.40; medium, $4'7 4.10: others. $3.75f.3.!o: Texans. $2.50'a3.50. Hogs Receipts. 30.000; shipments. IO.000; slow, lOji 15c lower: rough havy. $1.254.40; packers and mixed. $4.65'' 4.75; prime heavy and butchers weights, Ji.SiKi 4.85; assorted light. $4.KK4.85. Sheep and Lambs Receipts. 9.000; steady to a trifle higher; top sheep, $4.25'&4.75; top lambs, $4.30f; 4.S0. CINCINNATI, O., May 21. Hogs Fair demand, lower at $1.154.35; receipts, 2,700; shipments, none. - Cattle Steady at ?2.2-Vii4.13; receipts, 1.600; shipments. 20. Sheep Steadv at $1.50i4.25: receipts, 1.800; shipments. 1,300; lambs, fair demand, easy at IXiKVfj 5.50. Elgin Butter. ELGIN. III.. May 21. Butter Steady; sales. 3.9oO pound's at 17c; 1C,C(a pounds at 17c f. o. b. Elgin. WHOLESALI! MARKETS. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., , MONDAY EVENING, May 21. The disagreeable weather of today put a damper on business in the wholesale dis trict. Provisions are quiet and there is a tendency to lower prices. Some brands of ham and bacon are quoted a shade lower ind a decline in lard is noted. Sugar cured meats are in demand. The grocery market shows no changes today. Sugars are reported active ant tirm. Coffees are quiet and roasted brands are steady. Com mission men report quiet -business and the quotations show but little change from last week's prices. Tennessee strawberries are about out of the market and what are received are below the standard. Home grown berries have the preference. Florida oranges are about out of the market and Californias bring higher prices. The sup ply of new potatoes Is larger and bring better prices. Eggs were steady today and poultry Is easier with increased receipts. Last week's prices prevail. roeerieii. M. O'Connor & Co.'s prices: Canned Goods Blackberries, 2 lb, 90c; cove oysters, 1 lb, full weight, 85c; 1 lb, light wdht. C5c; 2 lb. full weight, $1.75; 2 lb. light weight. $l.lo(ul.30; peaches, stan dard, 3 lb. $1.852; seconds, 3 lb. fl.40Jil.ft; f'ie, fl.flG'irl.lO; pineapple. standard, 2 lb, 1.40ftl.75; second's. 3 lb. fl'al.10; string beans, 70fi75c; salmon. 1 lb, $1.452.20; peas, sifted. $1.85'? 2.25; early June. $1.251.50; mar row, fl.lOf1.25; soaked, 75 85c: tomatoes, 3 lb, fl'dl.Oo; corn, standard, 90c$1.25; cream, 11.35 1.60. Spice Pepper, 16fT18c; allspice. 1215c: cloves, 20'ö25c; cassia, 10Q12c; nutmeg, 80 Sugars Hard, 4.53,7i5.23c; confectioners' A. 4.41c; off A, 4.22u4.29c; white extra C, 4.154 2.se; good yellow, 3.91c; common yel low, 3.22fi3.77c. Salt In car lots. 90c; In small lots, 95c $1.00. Starch Refined pearl. 3c per lb; cham pion gloss, one and three-pound packages. bync; champion loss. lump. 3fi'4c; one and three-pound packages, S'yO'ic; improved corn, 64'i'&-c. Coffee Common to good. 20J20Uc: prime to choice. 22I23c: fancy, 20227c; golden Rio. ; 2S?30Vic; Java. 33fj35c; Banner packages. 22c; Arbuckle's. 22s4c; Lion, 224c; Jersey. Miscellaneous Rice. Louisiana, 3T'?64c; coal oil. elOHe: beans, navy, $Lii me dium, $1.90; marrowfat. $2.65. Sauerkraut $3.25 per brl. Provisions. SMOKED MEATS. Kingan & Co.'s price list: SUGAR-CURED HAMS. "Reil- "Indl able." ana." 20 lb average b"3 104 18 lb averaee I"1 104 15 lb averase IP 11 12 lb average lla4 114 10 lb average 12'4 12 Block hams 114 .... Virginia hams. 10 to 12 lb average 20 Breakfast bacon clear English cured Reliable" brand 13 Morgan and Gray 11 Choice sugar-cured "Porter" brand 8 to i lb average 104 California hams. 10 to 12 lbs average... f Cottage hams, sugar-cured, reliable. 5 to 6 lbs 84 Roneless ham Sugar-cured, "Reliable" 10 "Indiana" 9 Bacon Clear sides. 40 to 50 lb average 8'i Clear sides, 30 to 40.1b average M2 Clerrr sides, 20 to 30 lb average 8 4 Clear bellies. 20 to 30 lb average 84 Clear bellies, 16 to 17 lb average 8'-, Clear bellies, 12 lb average Clear backs, heavy, 20 to 50 lb average.. 8' Clear backs, medium. 12 to 20 lb av'ge.. 8Ü Clear backs. 8 lb average French backs 7-4 DRY SALT MEATS. Clear sides, 50 to 60 lb average 71 Clear sides, 35 to 40 lb average 7?.t Clear slr-s. 20 to 30 lb average 8 Clear bellies. 20 to 30 lb average 74 Clear bellies. 16 to 20 lb average 7: Clear bellies. 12 lb average f.t , Clear backs, 20 to 30 lb average 7-4 Clear backs. 12 to 20 lb average 7- Clear backs. 9 lb average s French backs 71 shoulders English cured Shoulders, "Reliable" brand. 16 lb average Jtt 12 lb average s Dried Beef "Reliable" ham. Inside pieces and knuckles 114 Morgan and Gray ham. outside only 713 Regular sets 10 FRESH PORK. Loins (short cut), 14 to 20 lbs. IKc; (short cut),13 lbs and under. 8c; 9 lbs, 8ic; long cut. 12 lbs average, 7M:C. Skinned shoulders 7 Cottage hams 74 Ham buts or pork roast 7 Tenderloins 13 Snare ribs 5'-i trimmings 44 Hocks 4 Small bones 4 Shoulder hones 3 Tail bones 44 Sausage, etc Fresh pork sausage, in link 6j Fresh pork sausag, in bulk, 20 1b pails. 6 Smoked pork sausage 74 Bologna Cloth. 6c; skin, 6'c. Holstei.ier. 11c. Wienerwurst. Cc. Beef tongues, canvassed, 4o each. Beef tongues, plain, 35c each. CANNED CORN BEEF. 1 lb cans, per dozen fl 15 2 lb cans, per dozen 1 30 6 lb cans. p3r dozen 5 VI 11 lb cans, per dozen 13 00 Lard oil, winter strained, per gal 63 TICKLED PORK. Pean pork (clear), per 2' lbs f!6 00 Family pork is no Rump pork 13 50 "Porter" clear pork 12 50 Prime pork, per brl 12 50 Also half brls, 100 lbs, at half the price of the harrel. adding 5,lc to cover additional cos of naekage. Iard Kettle rendered, in tierces, Sc; "Reliable" brand, fs-pc ; "Indiana" brand. 8c; also in tubs, 65 lbs net, 4c over tierces; buckets, 2) lbs net, 2c over tierces. Cans Gross weights f0 lhs. In single, cases or eases or 2 cans, ic atance on price of tierces. 20 lbs In cases of 4 cans, advance on price of lierces. 10 lbs in cases of 6 cans, ic advance on price of tierces. 5 lbs in cases of 12 cans, ?c advance on price of tierces. 3 lbs in cases of 20 cans, lc advance on price of tierces. The Moore packing company's prices are: Hams. 2 lbs and over average ln 15 lb average ll'i 10 lb average 123 Skinned 114 Breakfast bacon, firsts 121-3 Empire 104 Sugar-cured, firsts 11 Seconds 10 Shoulders. 16 lb average 8!i 11 lb average Sides. 45 lb average 8'4 25 lb average 8 Bellies, 25 lb average 854 14 to 16 lb Rverase S4 Backs, 20 lb average 8U 10 lb average & Kettle lard 8'3 Pure lard 8 cotton oleo 64 Fresh loins 8 Sausage 6 Frnlta and Vegetables. Wholesale dealers' selling prices: Onions Bermuda. f2.25 per crate; new green, bunches. 10c. Potatoes Burbank and Hebron, S5c; early Rose. 85c. New Potatoes Per brl. S5. Heans Pea beans. $2 per bushel. Strawberries Tennessee, $1.502. per 24-qt. case; Illinois. J2.50: Kentucky. $3.00; New Albany. $3.00S3.5O; off stock, lower. Pineapples $1.50. Oranges Florida, $4 per box; California navels. $3'53.25; California seedlings. $2.753. Cabbages Per crate. Mobile, good. $2.50. Lemons Fancy, $2.753. Bananas Selected. $i.502 per bunch. Pop Corn Pearl, 3c. Rice 34c Cocoanuts $5 per hundred. New Honey 16c. Sweet Potatoes New. $3.50 per bri. New Tomatoes $303.25 per six-basket crate. Cucumbers 60c per box. lettuce Per lb, 9c. Bunch Onions Per dozen, 10c Radishes Per dozen, 20c. Rhubarb Per dozen. 15c. Green Pfaa fl.50fil.75 per bushel. Green Beans $2.503 per bushel. lüden, Lenther, Tallorr and Pelts. The following are shippers' buying prices: No. 1 green hides, 24c: No. 2 green hides, 2c; No. 1 green salted hides, 34c; No. 2 green salted hides. 2sc; No. 1 calf, 6c; No. 2 calf. 4V4c; No. 1 tallow, 4c; No. 2 tal low, 4 c. Leather Oak sole. 22U23c; hemlock sole, 22-7260; harness. 201528c; skirting, SOtf.T.c; black bridle, per doz. $60fi65: fair hrlMe, $6V?r78 oer doz; city kip, 50fi75e; French kip. TSCöSlC; city calf skins, 75c$1.00; French calf skins. $Uil.90. Sheep Shearing, 2vD0c; lambs. 40573c. Seeds. Dealers' prices In goods are as follows: Per Bushel. Clover, medium, recleaned, fair to good $5 00T75 50 Clover, recleaned. prime 5 iWS 75 Clover, mammoth, recl'ed. prime... 5 5045 75 Timothy, prime to strictly prime.. 2 20 Blue grass, fancy 1 ? Orchard grass, prime 1 Cfi 73 Red top 6vii C5 English blue grass 2 75Ö3 00 Butter, Egg" and Poultry. Produce merchants' paying prices: Butter Fresh country extra, 6c. Eggs Per doz. 8c. Live Poultry Hens, 6c per lb; spring chickens (1S&4, 12"cfl5c; cocks, 3c: turkey hens, 7c: toms. 5c; young turkeys, fancy, urge, 44c; small, poor. 4c; ducks, 6c; geese, full feathered, $3.60 per dozen for fancy large. Tinner Supplier. Best brand charcoal tin, IC. 10x14, 12x12 an-? 11x20. $6.5i7.00; IX 10x14. 12x12 and 14x20, $8.50-7 9: roofing tin. IC. 14x20. $5.756; 20x28, fl1.50'al2: tin in Dig. 25c; in bars. 27c: Iron. 27B. 3c; 27C. Iron. 4c; best bloom gal vanized iron. 70 per cent, discount: sheet ine, 54c; copper bottoms, 19c; polished copper, ISc; solder, läaibe. Wool. The following prices for wagon lots: Unwashed medium wool, 14c; unwashed coarse or braid, UftlSc; unwashed fine mer ino, 10jl2c; tub washed, 20g22c Floor. Straight grades. $2.S0 2.75 ; fancy grades. $2.7553; patent flour, $3.25 3.75; low grades, $1.5002.00. Oil Cake. 011 cake. $25.23 per ton; oil meal. $25.25. Urn nd Lodge n.al Uritb. EVANSVILLE, May 21. Special.The forty-second annual meeting of Indepen dent Order B'Nal Brith district grand lodge. No. 2, commenced here this morn ing with Grand President Phil W. Frey of this city in the chair. The twenty fifth annual report of the board of trus tees of the Covenant endowment fund was read in connection with the financial re port of the grand treasurer. M. A. Marks, showing a grand total of receipts for the year ending Dec. 31. 1893. of J121.393.51. in cluding a balance of fl8,C99.1S carried over from 192. and disbursements cf $115. 020.15. leaving a balance in the treasury of $0.973.26. The day was taken up hear ing various reports. The convention will last a couple of days more. EARLHAM'S REPRESENTATIVES. Men Selected to Appear Here on Stat Field Day. RICHMOND, May 21. Special The field-day exercises of Earlham college which should hav? occurred Saturday and were postponed until today and again delayed, have now been postponed until after the state field day and tha athletic association this evening chose its representatives to that meeting by votes. They are as follows: One-hundred-yard dash, Coleman, Feree, Woodard;put ting sixteen-pound shot, Hester, Cole man, Woodard; running broad jump, Coleman, Hester; one-quarter mile safety, Pierson. Evans; one-mile walk. Peacock; pol vault. Coleman. Ha worth; standir? high jump. Ha worth; twr.-hundred-and-twenty-yard dash, Feree, Wood anl; one half mile safety, Pierson, Sanders; hop, step and jump, Coleman, Hester; one-hundred-and-tv.-enty-yard hurdle. Wood ard. Stout; sixteou-pound hammer, Hes ter; high ki?k. Hawcrth. Hester; cne quartor mile run. Hester, poacoko; nr.? mile safety. Pierson, Sanders; running high jump. Haworth. Madi-xk; standing broad jump, Coleman; ont'-mi'.e run, Hrs ter. Coleman. Stout : mile saf. ty. Pierson. Evr.r.s, throwing base bail. Maddock; tennis, singles. Seuton; d'iuhUs. Mad dock and Finley. An Entire Fnmily roivnnrd. PERU, M ly 21. Soc ial William Seigwort, Lis wile ar.d f--ur cl il lren wri j dangerously poisoned List evening 1 y trichinae in some weinerw arst pur ."ha i-.- i of a neighboring dealer who said it w.n from a Chicago jiarkiiig house. Pr-im; t medical aid was secured and af;-r 1 hours' labor pronounced all except Mr.-. Seigwort an l one daughter out of da:-g- r ar-'d at a late h,-ur tonight it is thought th;U they will all recover. A ill It ii ii Agr.iu. VALrAILMSO. M y 21.-v.ngr.??:nm Hammond of the Tenth distri. t ar.d th; Hon. c. G. Conn, re-preser-tativc from the Thirteenth, have authorized t!v an nouncement of th"ir candidacy for re election. Both gentlemen have previous ly stated their del ormirat im to rctr". from p.-iiti."al life ujen the on;l t i.n I their terms of -.flu e. The- reoonsidr r-i i of thejr r'ns is regarded as sjgr.iri m:-:. Martha J. Fisher vs. Charles R. Mans field et ai. and the unknown h-'ri f ("retries Manstieid. State of Indtiina. Marion -'i'iuty, : In the Circuit "ourt of !nriru County, in the state of Indiana. No. ?.4tl. 'ompbi int to foreclose street improve, metit lien. Be it known. That on the :oth day cf N'ocrniber. K2. the ahnve-rnmei plair. tiT. by Frank MrC'ray. attorney, flod in the office of the clerk of the "ircuit court of Marion county, in the state of Indiana, her complaint acalnst the above-namel defendants and the siid r'ain'.iff 'mvini? also liled in sail clerk-!- ofUce the ar?idav:t of a competent person, showing that sail defendant.-:. Charles K. Mansfield and th following heirs of Charles R. Mansfield: rtnhert S. Mansfield iinl Dina Mansfield. Ahigail Hin-s. .lohn Hines. her hushand; Lydia Wise and .lohn P. Wise, I er hus band: George T. Mansfield and Mary J. Mansfield, his wife; Charles W. Mans field and 'ordeiia Manstleld. his wife; Sarah Mansfield ( unmarried. Jehn R. Mansfield iii married I. Hannah J. Jtr5 and William .1. Ross, her hushand; 'harles C. Mansfield and Amanda Mans field, his wife: Eleanor Walburn and Rob ert Wal hum. h-r hushand; Lucy Jackson nnd Solomon II. Jackson, her husband; Thomas J. Mansfield '.unmarried). Henry S. Mansfield unmarriM ', Hannah J. Puck ett. Caleha G. Puckett, nr husband; Mary L. Ke-eer and William Keger. her husband: Alonzo Mansfield and Id Mansfield, his wife; Elizabeth Shaw. James Shaw, her hushand: John It. Mansfield anl Sarah Mansfield, his wife; WilHam A. Mansfield and Orio Mansf1ei. his wife: Kannnh Al ger and Samuel Alger, lu-r hushanl. anl the unknown heirs of Charles Mansfield, are not residents of the st?.te of Indisna. and whereas said plaintiff having by en dorsement on said complaint required sail defendant to appear in said co'irt and fin swer or demur thereto, on the rth day cf June. lsr4. Now, Therefore, By order of snld court, said defendants lait above named are hereby notified of the filing and pendency of said complaint against them, and thnt unless they appear and answer or demur thereto, at the calling of said cause on the 3'Uh day of June. ltfl. the same being the 48th judicial day of a term of said court, to be bepun and helj at the court house in the city of Indianapolis, on the 1st Monday in May, 3 Sf4. said complaint ar.d the matters and things therein contained and alleged, will be heard and determined in their absence. JOHN R. WILSON. Clerk, Frank McCray, Attorney for Plaint::!. MITICR TO HEIRS. CREDITORS ETC. In the Marion Circuit Court. May term. 1&94. In the matter of the estate of Michael Cunningham, deceased. Notice is hereby given that Howard Cale. as administrator of the estate of Michael Cunningham, deceased, has presented and filed his account and vouchers in final settlement of said estate. nd that the same will come up for examination and action of said Circuit Court on the ::;st day of May. 18f4. U which time all heirs, creditors or legat,es of said estate are required to appear in said court and show cause, if any there he. why said account and vouchers should not be approvel. Ani the heirs of said estate are also hereby re quired at the time and place aforesaid, to appear and make proof e.f their heir ship. v HOWARD ("ALE. Administrator. XOTICK Tri IIKIHS. tllKDITOUS, ETC. In the Marion Circuit Court, May term, m. In the mater of the estate of Peter Royster. deceased. Notice is hereby jriven that Charles W. Royster as administrator of the estate of Peter Iloyster. deceased, has presented and tiled his account and vouch ers In final settlement of said estate, and that the same will come up for examina tion and action of said Circuit Court on the 31st day of May. 191. at which time all heirs, creditors or legatees of said es tate are required to appear in said court and shew cause, if any there be. why said account an 1 vouehers should not be approved. And the heirs of sail estate are also herehy required at the time and place aforesaid, to appear and make proof of their heirship. CHARLES W. ROYSTER. Administrator. "NOTICE TO HEIRS CREDITORS. ETC. In the Marlon Circuit Court, May term, 14. In the matter of the estate of Martha J. Ferguson, decease!. Notice is herehy given that WalUc S. Ferguson as administrator of the estate of Martha J. Ferguson, deceased, has pre sented and liled his account and vouchers in final settlement of said estate, and that the same will come up for examination and action of said Circuit Court on the 2T.th day of May, 1894.- at which time ail heirs, creditors or legatees of sail estate are re quired to appear in said court and show cause. If any there be, why said account and vouchers should not be approved. And the heirs of said estate are also hereby re quired at the time and place aforesaid, to appear and make proof of their heirship. WALTER S. FERGl'SON. Administrator. NOTICE TO HEIRS CREDITORS ETC. In the Marion Circuit Court, May term, 1&4. In the matter of the estate of James Mallony. deceased. Notice is hereby given that John H. Babtlste, as administrator of the estate of James Mallony, deceased, has presented and filed his account and vouchers in final settlement of said estate, and that the same will come up for examination anil action of said Circuit Court on the 2'.th day of May, 14. at which time all heirs, creditors or legatees of said estate are re quired appear in said court and thow cause. If any there be, why said account and vouchers should not be approved. And the heirs of Mid estate are also hereby re quired at the time and plac aforesaid, to arpear and make proof of their heirship. JOHN H. RART1STE. Admiaistrator.