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UUkCVUlO . i ' J in A. I R I MYSTERIOUS POlSONlMQ. 9Pwty.Sevea reejtle III, Three of Them SerloBily. Louisville, July il. A mysteriouB case of poisoning occurred in tho neigh borhood of Hancock and Green streets, As a result 27 people havo been taken violently ill, three of whom are now in a very serious cpndition. All who were taken ill drank milk pur chased from the dairy of Frank Moser, at Hancock and Green streets. The sickness began with violent purging and vomitting, and is proving much more serious to the older victims than it is to the children who drank of tho milk. Ex-Detective Carter Tiller, Mrs. Theresa Long and Mrs. John Happ, Sr., all of whom are old people, are in a critical condition, ana fears are expressed that they1 "will not re cover. The matter was reported to health officers, and a thorough investigation is being made. Feared Ilor Baby 'Would Die. Buffalo, July 27. A double tragedy took place in Clarence Center, thfa county. Mrs. Henry Maybach, 27 years of age, cut her 7-month old baby's throat with her husband'B razor and then cut her own throat. Maybach is a harnessmaker and is a thrifty young man with a good business and consider able property. His wife was a hand oome woman, accomplished and a gen eral favorite in the village. The women left a note saying sho feared her baby was going to die and that sho could not bear to livo without it, and asking that ill her property be given to ' her little 8-year-old daughter. Tillage Badly Damaged by Fire. Richmond, July 27. Fire at Ash land, 10 miles from this city, destroyed the following stores with their con tents: George Nixon, drugs; Marion Leake, dry goods and groceries; D. E. Cox, groceries, and Ford Brothers, groceries. Mrs. Sinclair's millinery store and Mrs. Ratcliffe's dwelling house were also burned, little toeing saved from either. An engine was sent from Richmond to Ashland, which ren dered great assistance in subduing the flames. The fire is supposed to have been of incendiary origin. The loss is estimated at 30,000, and insurance 12, 000. Two Children Fall to Death. Moncie, Ind., July 27. "William Cay lor, living north of Muncie, lost two children by a peculiar accident. A boy, aged 0, and a girl, aged 4, were playing in a haymow. The little girl fell from a window, and the boy tumbled after her in his effort to catch her. Tho girl's back was broken, and her brother's neck was broken, both being instantly killed. , CONDENSED NEWS. Short Items From Various Parts of tho Country. The Schofleld woolen mills, recently burned at Madison, Ind., are being rebuilt. The body of Matthias Carle vns found floating in Long lake near Kendallville, Indiana. John W. Diggs, funeral director of Win chester, Ind., is dead. Ho was a well known Odd Fellow. McClelland Stinett, near Clay City, Ind., was badly injured by falling slate. One eye was ruined. Hamilton J. Ford of Grecnsburg, Ind., died while seated in a chair. Every section of Indiana is complaining of plundering by tramps. A genuine volcano is reported to have been discovered four miles south of Ponca, Nebraska. A cyclone at Cale, I. T., destroyed a num ber of buildings and ruined crops. The value of railroad property in Mis souri, as fixed by the board of equalization, is $62,023,417. A Georgia delegate at tho Monona lake assembly udvocates settling the race prob lem by establishing a separate state for ne groes. J. W. Marshall was rolled CO feet down a bluff by a bowlder weighing 800 pounds and miraculously escaped death, nearplarks vllle, Tenn. Mrs. Ruth Townsend was accidentally killed atSaltLake City by her son Arthur's sweetheart, Levina Harkard, who was shooting at a target with a rifle. It is said that Assistant Secretary of State Joslah Qulncy will resign, for the al leged reason that tho relations between him and Secretary Grcsham are not entire ly harmonious. He will probably bo suc ceeded by ex-Congressman Andrew of Massachusetts. John B. Koetting, cashier of the South Side Savings bank nt Milwaukee, which failed Saturday, haa mysteriously disap peared. He owned one-half of tho capital stock, and his disappearance is chiefly re sponsible for the failure of tho bank. Whether Koetting misappropriated tho bank's funds or not is not known. llano Ball. At Louisville Louisville, 7; Pittsburg, 11. At Philadelphia Philadelphia, 6; Brooklyn, 5, At New York Now York, 5; Baltimore, 4. At St. Louis St. Louis, 7; Chicago, 6. At Boston Boston, 5; Washington, 2. At Cincinnati Cincinnati, 1; Cleveland, 0. Xost at Gambling. Akron, O., July 27. Josoph O. Do vis, genoral agent of the Cleveland, Akron and Columbus railroad, at Cnva- hoga Falls, waa arrested charged with embezzling 2.811 of the company's money. The arrest created a profound sensation here and at Cuyahoga Falls, ns Davis was regarded as an exemplary man. He is married, his wife being a confirmed invalid. Ho admits the short ago in his accounts, but offers no ex planation. It is strongly intimated that ho lost the money gambling. Olailpouch Killed. Utioa, N. Ym July 27. Tho fact haa leaked out that a registered letterponch from Portland, Or., to Now York city, was rifled of a portion of its contents en route, and that when tho pouch was received at the postofflco in New York, it was discovered that nearly CO regis tered letters were missing. The pouch reached New York about 10 days ago. Inspectors were at once detailed to the case. THE MARKETS. Review of th'o Oraln rb4. Cattle Xarketa For July 31 Cincinnati. "Wheat Now, 5059c. Corn ll43a Cattle Selected' butchers,' (4 004 25: fair to good. $3 HS-i 00; common, 2 00 8 00. Hogs Selected heavy and prime butchers, a !K)Q(5 05; fair to good packing, (6 G35 85, common to rough. $5 405 65. Sheep Si 5g4 75. Lambs 3 605 70. FltUbur?. Cattle Prime, ft 855 10; good, M 85 4 55; good butchers', $3 854 85; rough fat, $3 5008 85; light steers, $3 353 60; fat cows and heifers, $2 853 85: fresh cows, 20 0085 00. Hogs 10 20(?0 40. Sheep Extra, 14 404 50; good, $3 C0 4 10; fair, 3 O03 40; common, 50cl 50. Lambs, $3 00?j3 50 Chicago. Hogs Heavy, 15 005 05; packers, 15 65 5 60: common and rough, $5 40(25 CO: i Unlit. CO 00(26 40. Cattle Prime steers. t C05 00: others, $3 004 50; mixed, fa 254 00. Sheep $3 004 75. Lambs S3 0005 75. New York. Wheat 70Ji70Jc. Corn 4849c, Oats Western, 87f J43c. Cattle $2 00 5 15. Sheep 3 004 85. Lambs-M 00 30 25. Blaysvlllo Retail Market. GREEN COFFEE-Mjl ft 23 25 MOLASKES-now crop, $ gallon CO Golden Syrup 35 010 Sorghum, fancy new 35(J10 BUGAK Yellow, tflt 5(3 6J$ Extra C, $ tt- 6 A, V ft C Granulated, U ft 6H Fowdcred, ft lb 8 New Orleans, $ tt. 6 TEAS W ft 5001 00 COAL OIL Headlight, gallon 15 BACON Breakfast, $ ft 15 Clear sides, $ ft 1314 Hams, ) ft & Shoulders,?! ft 10 12 BEANH-$ gallon 35 10 BUTTER-f ft .. 15 20 CHICKENS-Each 20 30 EGGS-Tfi dozen I2U FLOUR Limestone. 13 barrel 81 60 Old Gold, W barrel 4 60 Maysvllle rancy, f! barrel 3 75 Mason County, & barrel 3 75 Morning Glory. $1 barrel , 3 75 Roller King, fl barrel ,.. 4 60 Maenolla. W barrel 4 60 Blue Grass, m barrel .-. 3 75 Graham, $ sack... 15 20 nONEY lb. . 1U 10 HOMINY Hgollon, 20 20 LARD? pound 15 ONIONS il peck 50 dleais m peujs POTATOES $ peck, new. 020 APPLES peck 30 10 KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement nncl tends to personal enjoyment when rightly used. The many, who livo bet ter than others and enjoy life more, with less expenditure, by more promptly adapting the world's be&t products to the needs of physical being, will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in the remedy, Syrup of Figs. Its excellence is due to its presenting in tho form most acceptable and pleas ant to the taste, tho refreshing and truly beneficial properties of a perfect lax ative, effectually cleansing the bystem, dispelling colds, headaches and fevers and permanently curing constipation. It has given satisfaction to millions and met with tho approval of the medical profession, because it acts on the Kid neys, Liver and Bowels without weak ening them and it i3 perfectly free from every objectionable substance. 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Among theso will bo Rev. Dr. Moore, ot The Western Christian Ad vocate of Cincinnati, Rov. W. U. W. Reese, D. D., of Des Moines (Iowa) Conference nnd Southern Educational Society. All Ministers of tho District are expected to bo present. Tho Children's Chapel will be in charge of a competent leader. Professor W. Q. Bloom and J. Harry Richardsoi will havo chargoof tho mu sic, assisted by a splendid choir. The privileges have all been rented to respon sible persons. Hotel, Thomas H. Rnggles ; Con fectionery, W. H. Hamrick; Stable, Roso & High field i Baggage and Barber-shop, Goodwin Jt Brewer. Omnibuses connecting with boats and trains, under tho control Of Barbour & I'ollltt. will make two trips daily, morning and evening, to and from Maysvlllo ; fare 50 cents. Admission 10 cents. Any ono too poor to pay will bo admitt ed free. Revs. Amon Boreing and A. J. Barney, Presiding Elders, will havo chargo of tho services, W. B. 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