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I Typhoid revert,
I Diphtheria, Hull.
I HorcTlircmt, Minall
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ued. Yellow Fever hat been cured with it altar
black vomit had takon place. The wort
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Cleaoae the Teeth,
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our prevent affliction with
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room. Wm. V. Sam
ro, Eyrie, Ala.
The phyticiant here
uie Uarbvi Fluid very
uccetafulfy in the treat
ment of Diphtheria.
Tetter dried up.
I'lnrrs purified and
In eaeetofDeath It
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The eminent Thy.
KIM. M. D., New
York, aiivi: "I am
convinced I'rof. Darbya
Prophylactic Fluid is a
Vanderhttt University, Nashville, Ttnn.
I teitify to the ent eicellent qualities of Prof.
Darbyt Prophylactic Fluid. As a disinfectant and
detergent' it is both theoretically and practically
upenor to any preparation with whiih 1 am ac
quainted, N. T. Lui-tun, Prof. Chemistry.
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kev. Cmav F. Diana, D.D., Church of the
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lev. A.J. Battl, Pro! , Mercer 'Jnlveraity ;
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Lake Michiean Visited b- HSh
Cold We.iher and Heavy Rains
Other Important News.
Oiiifiito.M .v 21, - K'nrin of extmnr
flliiaiy vliili iK-c nrcvntlctl 1111 I.nke ,MI hl
Kan huniliiy hIrIiI. A imiiiiIkt of aitilhiL'
t el liotiiiil tor Hili. ,nn ne wn iii il,
litit tho extent (if the iliKHNter ia onlv vrl
partlHlly kno'vn, TUv ctiiof (Hhm-ht' Ihtia
far rpptirtiiil In Hint of the iwn-niiifti'il
avliooiier .K'liulc l.vnn, Imiilier liulfii. from
JIukckri, which nu.lu tliu Imilioi' onili
of the city dining I lie nilil, fnsiliu
two uiii'hor. Kt-vr-rytliliiK aa
made clear almve deck, lint the wind
coming from 1 ho noi tlicant drovr hn to
ward tbc ;liore, lirr fuljle partod. mid,
bfcotnlm 'utiiiianaL-f lil. atie wm ci
aled while uer at lund, almiit five o'cliM'k
tliU moniliiir. Tlir main. Kxvl Siinili,
awant for that lior and wiw rcsrupd.
John AndcrKon. ntplaln, L. IVturtmn. A.
IlflK'"!) and a niitn naiiifd Chrlalliiiiann,
;illoi. wrre drowiifd. The aclmoinr
Mary Ellen Cook, Captiiin Wlllluiii", curly
th la morning horn down on t tin outer gov
ernment breakwater, the liulit havinir
flther lem extinirulHhed by the alonn or
through inability of tbn llght-hotiKe keeper
to llubt It. Iielng placed In an exfopllonully
r?xpoitnd plare. The veaasl vtmh driven
amtiimt the breakwater and afterward car
rld by the wvea completely over tha
Ktru(.1urc Into the Inner harbor, w here xhe
wan aoon waler-logiri-d. A tug nuceeeded
In rfetilrg the crewith the exception of
a young boy immeirKrank Miller, who in
the excitement, threw biniit lf overboard
and waa drowned. The schooner
Henry Rergci, lumlicrlndcn, from Lud
ington wa alto driven aiulnat the break
water and wrecked, but th crew were
CivriNXATr, May 21. A atendv cAId
north wind ha been blowing alin e yestrr
day with ronmant rain. The thermbme ter
baa fallen from 70 deg. on Saturday to 4.'l
deg. to-day. It It wet and cold, and
threatens most aerlims loss to the farmers
by injuring the coin already planted. No
Indications Of clearing or warmer weather.
Cf.EVKi.AKT, Mar 21 High winds and
heavy rain visited Oils section late Sunday
nlgbt, and to-day aeveral veiisela sought
shelter behind the Incompleted breakwater
of this poit. but no serioua marine disaster
la reported. Highest velocity of the
wind on Lake Erie, twentv-elght miles an
An I'nrlerriirrent of Eirlteinent.
W'ashinoton, May 21. -There has
been some speculation here recently with
regard to certain mvsterloua movements of
the military autbnruie, and which began
with the agitation of the extradition of
.Sheridan and Walsh. It is said a number
of men at the Wahlngton Barracks were
set aside for special service, and were
practically under arms with order for any
emergency, and are kept readv to go out
at a moment's notice. An enlisted man at
the Barracks says that be night after Hratly
and Curlcy were banged a dozen mea were
ordered to put on citizens' clothes, and
arms were ismted to them, and tbey were
ordered to report to the British M'nister.
He noticed that only native American!
were selected for the detail. In confirma
tion of this extraordinary storv
It Is said that at the Bar
racks there are a number of soldiers who
are under special older, the purport of
which tbey do not know. The Secretary
of War is quoted as saving that measures
had been taken to prevent anv tliavruee
ever attaching to this government by reason
of the resentment of any class of people
against the representatives of foreign gov
ernment; and It U thought that he has come
Into possession of facts which Justify such
additional precautions as would 'e m to
have been taken and which may be bused
upon threats received from the dvnamlte
faction in this count rv, both at tbc English
Legation and at the White House, that dire
destruction would visit those concerned In
tho extradition of the accused Irish
men. The mystery thrown around
the extradition cases by the state de
partment tends to strengthen the belief that
something is in the undercurrent
not yet comprehended by tbe general pun
Six Miles of Railroad, and Thousands in
MoSTPELltK. Vt.. Muv 21. At Oraf
ton Fond, twenty-three miles from hern on
toe line of tbe Montpeiter.t w ells Ktver,
last Saturday afternoon, there was the
most destructive forest tire ever known In
Vermont. It originated by the burning of
some brush about noon, aud the wind
blowing gale first burned the depot,
water house and four hundred cords of
wood, of the Montpellor & Wells River
railroad at (iraftnn l'ond. It then swept
away the mill property, consisting of a
large steam mill with several thou
sand dollars' worth of machinery,
one large and several small tenement
houses occupied by twenty families, a
tore, over 2uU,chh) fuel of dressed lumber,
400 cords of bark, several barrels, M
ox -sleds; 8 carloads of hay, 28 freight-cars
of live stock, and nearly all the personal
proper of families. The men, women and
children aro taking refuge on a pond in
boats and on rafts. The mill property wag
owned bv Alvan T. Baldwin of Vnlls
Ulver. Baldwin's loss Is estimated ut over
a hundred thousand; small Insurance.
Families aro rendered destitute, somo
MKN, WOMKN ANDCHII.DRKN
coming here late Snturdny night. After
burning the mill proiicrtv the tire pa.sscd
along the line of the railroad tlireo miles to
l'uauoiiy station, burning the deuot and all
the buildings there. The entire territory
on both sides of th track, for about, six
miles, Was a DCITCCt Wftste. Tho l inlmr.
buildings and everything Is binned, mid
the track destroyed so that trains
are delayod twelve hours. The
tracK nas neon reiaiu and travel will bo tin
Interrupted. The loss to the railroad is
estimated at over $25,000, A gang of men
sawing wood for the railroad, and living In
vara at itrauon rona station nareiy es
capoa who tneir uvea. Joiin Morse was
eriously burned. It ia not known
whetherany perished In tho woods or not.
Several narrow escapes are reported.
Baldwin, proprietor of tbe mills, wai
forced to take refuge In a brook running
under the railroad and keep immersed tor
ANOTHER HI UK.
Dover, N. H., Mtty 21. The extensive
tire in Hale'i Woods, Harrington, li now
under control; loss $20,000. Several
woods Id this vicinity, near the railroads,
took Are within the r ast few days, destroy
lnj much timber.
LmCirr, Minn., May 21.- John Mat
ter and wife, married three mont hs ago,
were out lu a sail-boat yesterdsy, The biat
apslzad aud tbey were drowned,
(IA1RO. ILhTNOIP, TUESDAY
tifiltbortf MeeU bl Malcls.
New York, May 21. At midnight,
Saturday night, Fred. (Jeliburd and sever
al other men left Dulnionico'a, amonf
them Wm. ranford. "Where are you go
ing boys r" aked Gebhard.
T,w are going to call on some ladles,""
was inn reply,
Hubbard made an loeredulous remark
couched In language not complimentary
to the ladies in oueiUion.
"I tell von, sir," said Psnford, "we
are going to call on some ladies; we may
call on Mrs, Langtry, for wbat you
'You are a liar," said Freddie,
whereupon Sanford struck blm two savage
blows on the face and neck. They were
not returned. Ohhard walked away.
saving, You shall bear further from
me," Last evening he diuad at Delinoni
to'a with J.ih. Langtry. At a tablj near
them sat Sanford aud his friends. Oeb
luti d took no notice of their uresence. Kitn-
ford rsismt his voice to say that be would
like to have (ienhard step out In the park
with him. He also told several of bis ac
quaintances, who were dining In the room.
Including Mrs. Herbert Tell, that lie nan
struck (ielihard In the face Ihe night be
fore, (iehhurd was at the Tnion club last
evening. He drove away In a cab with a
The Drill Postponed.
Naahvii.i.k. Tenn.. Mav 21. On c-
count of rain and the muddy condition of
the streets the parade of the vlMtlng
militarv, intended for to-day, is postponed
to Wednesday. The following companies
nave arrived and gone into nuarters at the
encampment: Houston (Texas) Light
tinards, C'resent (,'lty Rifles, Tresdway
liilles and lluscb Zouaves, or M. Louis,
Mobile Hitlcs, Savannah Cadets, Baltery A
Missouri Artillery, Battery F Washington
Artillery, Alabama Light Artillery of Mo
bile. Several more companies are to arrive
A niird Crowd.
Jersey City, May 21. Car No. 911 of
the east-bound train that ai rived In the
Pennsylvania depot at 11:40 a, m. yester
dav, bad a queer assortment of
passengers. There were several
real Indians in charge of a in in
nger, a German band, half a dozen colored
men, four Chinamen, some Irish factory
boys from New Brunswick, an Itallaa ped-lei-,
some Americans, and three natives of
A Careful Estimate of the Outlook In all
New York, May tl. The Time to-day
prints three pages of telugraph reports as
in the condition of the crops. It Us sum
mary It says: Looking at the probable re
sults of the harvest of lvS, tbe prospect is
not as satisfactory as It Was In tbe spring of
I-W2. We publish accurate reports from
all of the States and Territories of the west
and southwest. From 129 different points
In these thirty divisions careful men have
gone forth, each one visiting from ten to
fifty farming districts or centers of infor
mation and ascertained the actual state of
t lie crops. The reports here given show
the exact condition on Saturday of all tbe
crops throughout tbe country. Manv
causes have combined to discourage
the farmers. Tbe severity of the short
winter and the alternate warm and cold
weather of the spring have retarded the
growth or rotted the aeed."
have been in the wav of replanting seed.
High water and cyclones have done much
Injury in some sections. There has been
(ewer Insects than In--former seasons.
Within tho last few days there has been
promise of better weatber and with It re
newed work and efforts to recover lost
ground. Wheat has suffered from winter
killing, bad weather and in some sections
from the fly, Indiana promises only half
slid Illinois only three-quarters of last
vear's crop. Missouri loses nearly as
'much as Illinois. Ohio Is fifteen or twenty
per cent, short. In the other states east of
the Mississippi and on Its west bank tbe
crop altogether will be about an average
one, Other great wheat regions Colo
rado, Kansas, V'tah, Oregon, Washington
and California will give I a rue. crop and
have a surplus to help make up the loss
further east, with the proviso that
no disu-tter happens. Corn gives a better
promise, but there is two weeks planting
yet which has been delayed by the bad
weather. Tbe acreage has been increased
nearly everywhere, some killed wheat
fields' being added to tho com area. With
favorable weather henceforth, a crop
equal at least to that of last year Is ex
pected. SMALL UTUtKS
promise well, oata especially. Only from
Slississippl aud North Carolina is Injury
"ported. Kye and barley are
In good condition and proraiso
an average crop. Cotton promises an av
erage crr.p. It ia yet very backward.
There Is no Increase in acreage, perhaps a
falling off, but tho more extensive use of
fertilizers is expected to make up the de
ficiency which might thus arise. Tobacco
makes a poor showing. In North Carolina
and Tennessee the bugs have destroyed
tbe plants, and other Elates
promise little more than an
average crop. Flodda and Louisiana have
a slight increase In sugar cane area and
expect an average crop. Itlce promises an
average crop. A noticeable feature In the
South Is the growing proportions of the
truck market Industry which In Goorgia,
Florida and Alabama In becoming quite
large, in supplying fresh vegetables to the
Northern markets. Florida expects to
have 80 per cent more acreage than last year.
Thre appears to be little danger of disaster
to tho potato crop.
The great cattle herds of the West went
through tbe winter well, with small loss.
Wyoming alone will send 200.000 head to
market this year. Wyoming lost, however,
'S per cent of Its sheep during tbe winter.
California reports a heavy wool clip.
A Steamer Aahore.
Boston, May 21. The steamer City
1'olnt, from Annapolis, for Boston, went
tishoro on a bar off Inswleu this morning.
Mio is now full of wuter and probably a
lotul wreck. Klin had forty-one passen
gers, who, togotber with the crow were
PirrsnuKO, May 21. -Nearly all the
railroad coal miners ri suuaud to-day at
three cents, the mining rate pending (he
settlement of tho wagch question bv Ihe op
eintorsand miners' trades' tribunal.
About four thousand miners returned to
HamiltMtra Public Bnlldlnff.
Washington, May 21. The committee
to solect the site for a public building at
Hannibal, Mo., reported In favor of the
property on the coi ner of Broadway and
Kate Kano, the funmlo lawyer of Mil
waukee who threw water In Judge Mai
lory's face in the crlniii al cou.t, was on
Sunday released from the county Jail,
w here she had been confined for thirty
days for contempt of court.
A box wl'h a fuse attached wai dlscov
ered on tho steps of Si. l'eler's Cathedra'
In London on Sunday. Although the af
fair Is considered a hoax, the worshippers
at tho oitthcdrat were much alarmed.
Two laborers, In the employ of Ihe t'hlca
to, St. l'aul, Mlnncupollls and Omaha
Itiulrood, were crushed to death under
the wheels of an engine of the Chippewa
I'iiDs and Western Company, driven
across tbe grade of the Omaha road to ob
struct their work, on Sunday, Mt amsU
MORNING. MAY 22,
Extensive Preparations for the Coronation
Irish Affairs Echoes From
London, May 21. The fund for Par
nell now amounts to 9,000. It has been
decided to keep the subscription I i si r. open
until W,000 are raised. Seveitl meet
ings were held in London, at wli'ch ap
peals for subscriptions to the fund weru
I.ANDilXIW.NK SCCVKKflM I.OIINK.
London, Msy 21. The I'all MalUi.i
zeite States the Oovernor-Oenentlslilp of
Canada. In succession to the Marquis of
Lome, has been offered to the MapjiiIs of
Landsdownc, who has accepted. LuniM
probably sail for Canada next
IN THE COMMONS,
London, May 21. lit the Common
this afternoon porter, attorney-general for
Ireland, in reply to a question f Harring
ton, member for Westmcath, denied that
Patrick Delaiiy, one of the Phu-ulx park
murderers, bad pleaded guilty Imcausn of a
previous agreement that his life would be
spared If tin would give evidence to crimi
nate Timothy Kelly.
Trcvellyan. Chief Secretary for Ireland,
stated the government intended to abolish
the olllee of special resident magis.trale in
London, May 21. John Bright i about
to show his contempt for the law prohibit
ing marriage with a deceases! wife's sinter
by leading the sister of bis wife to tho al
tar. He is seventy-two. Bright has for
years tried to have the law altered not
withstanding Parliament's opposition.
London. May 21. A correspondent of
tbe Central News at Paris had an inter
view with Archbishop Croke, In which the
latter sa'd he returned to Ireland from
Home with unchanged and unchangeable
views. He denied he had been rebuked
by the Pope. He admitted, however, that
at present the result of his visit at Pome did
not look very favorable to the .National
Mohcow, May 21. The Czar and Czar
ina arrived Sunday evening and proceeded
to the Petroffsky, and were met at tho de
pot by several nobles who escorted them in
open carriages to the palace. It is estimat
ed that 2''0,000 persons lined the streets
along tbe route of procession, and the
Czar was repeatedly cheered as he was
driven to the PetrofNky Palace, which
will be his home while here. Order was
maintained by unarmed citizen squads.
The city is profusely decorated in honor
of the approaching coronation; the streets
are crowded with people und multitudes
are arriving hourly. The price of bi lging
Is verv high and It is already dlrtleult 'o
find rooms at hotels at any price. The for
eign embassies pay from 12,ooO to :I0,ihkj
rubles for their miarters for tbe fourteen
dsvs of the festivities. Tbe former mayor
of Moscow, Trelyakofl, psvs 8,5'y rubles
for a balcony ou 'the Twersksya, wbe -e the
coronation procession passea A carriage
cost 600 rubles for the fortnight.
Tbe coronation will doubtless be tbe
grandest ceremony of the kind occurring
this century. For months several thous
and men have been at work decorating tbe
Kremlin, und the expense Incurred by the
Oovernment will reach millions. The im
perial plate and table linen has arrlv-d
from St. Petersburg, in hundreds of chests
and boxes. It is said to represent a value
of 13.000,010 rubles, and weighs 7,000
It Is believed that at least 400.0V strait"
fis will be present at the coronation
l)i luk snd food for the people will be dis
trlbutcd from 120 decorated railroad bag
gage cars, transformed into temporary
inirs an.t drawn upon to one long row
r.very truest receives an earthenware tia
stamped with the imperial eagle and the
date of the coronation, with which be cut
call for bis beer and mead, and he is also
entitled to receive two moat plos, cuudlci,
dried fruit and cakes.
Perfect order yet prevails, and the po
lice and detective arrangements to pre
vent ar. outbreak are thought to be per
fect. The police require persons hiring
them to give satisfactory evidence as to
their character, and will permit no one to
occupy a window until proof Is furnished
that they have no suspicious articles on
their persons. They havo even forbidden
the carrying of oranges into the buildings
from wlil' h the view may be obtained, as
they fear sham articles containing dyna
mite, and intended for use as bombs, 'may
get in houses and be used against the
Maiiskili E, May 21. Fresh senls havi
been affixed to the door of the chapel Intro
belnnging to the former Jesuit
Colbge. Tbeblsbopha protested against
this action. The strength of (be po
lice In the vicinity of .the chapel has been
WHAT THE GOVERNMENT MKANS.
Yannks. May 21. Waldeck Kmisseau,
Minister of the Interior, In s speech Sun
dsr protested against tbe charge that the
government wished to attack the principles
of liberty of conscience. The government,
hi said, bad no Intention of ex
ercllng this precaution. It only required
that citizens should show 'a respect for the
A OKNKIUI, ROW.
PaRMi May 21. A so-called working
men's congress held here Sundav evening
ended with a general fight. One man was
stabbed ant' several others Including Joffer
In, a member of the Munclpnl Council,
were otherwise Injured.
Paris. Mav 21. Tho Palais Itoval mur
derers have been arrested In Brussels anil
confess their erltun. Ono Is a Belgian, AI
phnne llegbeln, the other u Frenchman
named Win. The crime was committed
last Monday. The Jeweler, Prcstlcttl, was
robbed of 100.0(K) worth of Jewel and Ills
servant girl, Clsarlne Lorrlcre, murdered.
The assassin got off to Belgium. Both are
well-known to the pollen. They made no
resistance when arrested and guvo up a
quantity of tho Jewels, The arrest was
made on a clue given that two men of
doubtful appunrauee wero carousing In a
house, of III-reptile In Uue St, Laurent.
Win was surrounded by women, to whom
he was offered VW) chains for ten francs,
Beghsln was arrested In a wins shop,
Bkrmn. May 21. -Tbe presentation 0f a
gift to the Crown l'rlnco Frederick
William hy ulaety-onn towns
of Prussia, la celebration of
Hie twenty-fifth anniversary of bl
marriage, took place tn tbe while ball of
the royal palace, The Burgomaster or
Berlin will deliver tns presentation ad
dress. THK DOMINION.
Toronto, May 21. Prayers wrn said
In the Cathollo churob.es here yesterdav for
Lie repose of tbe souls of Brady and Cur
ley, tho rhtanlx Park asssul ns bsngod last
A Clerk's rrsvsids.
New York, May 31. The report of the
New York Commissioners of Account
show fraud oonimltted on City Treasury
by Carroll, tbe coupon cleik, amount to
E arts' .
WAMtNOTON, Msr ll.-Ths President
applonted Samuel W. Farnson of Mlls
sippl, member of tbs Mississippi River
Commlssioa. visa Jsaias II, laus, rs-
ChiCAOO, May HI. At a meeting of tbe
Third Ward Land League, In this city, on
Saturday, several speaker denounced the
action of tbe Roman Pontiff. Patrick
Maledy appeared to voice tbe sentiment of
tbe 400 present, to Judge by the applause.
He said: "When the Pope beoomes a
politician he should be treated as such."
rairiox r.iigso, ex-treasttver oi mo irisn
Land League, In touching upon the want
ing to the Irish , 'clergy from the Vatican,
sulci: "I can ejily look upon It in the light
of an Insult to the common cause of ihe
Irish people and so It will be regarded in
The speaker declares that a fewyears
ago, when the papacy was considered In
dauber a inotisaiiu ot ireiauit a sons were
ready to shed their blood in Its de-
l.in.n Maul ih. .. ... L am .u.ib at .... I ItAd
n li-" i "nil uiu n" tiiri UN, iikiiii iiii.po
enrolled for "emlirration to Italy," as
the phrase went. When new of the de
feat at Spolalto w is brought It was coun
termanded. Mr. U alsh quoted words Arcbbishoo Ma-
Hale uttercd fourteen years ago: '! hat if
the priests and the people became divided
it would not be tbe fault of the faithful
" I wenty years ago, ' said tho speaker,
'a circular might have had considerable ef-
feet In Ireland, but to-day, the ef
fect will be to hasten the dream of
Thomas Havls, of the union of orange and
green against the common enemy of Ire
land." A HI. I.onlsi Nnrrler.
Sr. Lorift, May 21. Between twelve
and one o'clock this morning Clements'
boarding-house at 2121 Broadway, was the
scene of a murder, the victim of whch was
a young man named Stephen Hlnchey, a
plasterer by trade. The murderer was
Joseph Hoffman, u blacksmith. Hoffman,
1 line hey and another of the boarders
lianTM James Looney had been iu the sa
loon under the boarding-house during the
evening playing pool, and there was no
quarrel between them, ho far as is known.
A non t midnight Hoffman went to his room
in the third story to go to bed. He
was thinking of leaving tbe
flare, and his valise was on
the bed when Looney and Hinchey
entered the room. A quarrel ensued be
tween Hoffman and Hinchey, tbe latter, it
Is claimed, provoking '.t by ordering Hoff
msn to leave the bouse and kicking him.
Tbey had a struggle and Looney inter
fered. Tbey were close to the bed and,
according to one account, Hinchey had
Hoffman down on It. Kcacutng into bis
valise Hoffman drew bis revolver and fired
at close range, tbe ball entering Hlnchey's
right breast and probably penetrating
either the heart or the aorta, as death was
There are conflicting statement as to the
cause of the trouble, but it 1 thought that
there Is a girl in the case.
Dunn tor a Test,
Chicago, May 21. Various of tbelocsl
clergy made the acquittal of Dunn the
theme of their discourses yeslorday, and
condemned the supposed agencies which
achieved his acquittal. Dunn has been
paraded about very freely by hi friends
since his acquittal, and at last night's per
formance nt the (trend Opera House ap
peared in a private box In companv with
the manager of l be troupe playing, but the
fact appeared to incense a po'r'lou of the
audience, though no outward display was
made. Dunn exhibits telegrams of con
irratulution from .lames K. Collier, of tbe
I'nion Square Theatre, New York; Ous
Williams, onmedluu: M-Kee iCaitkiu,
Harry Sewall, New York; Charles
Thomas, Louisville; and Charles Parker,
Milwaukee, Wis., May 21. Off this
port Sunday night six of the crew of the
schooner Petrel deserted the captain, and
taking tbe yawl boat, attempted to reach
the shore, thinking tbe schooner would
founder, btit she did not. Tbey had gono
but a short distance when tbe yawl capsiz
ed and three of the crew were drowned.
The others clung to the bottom of the bout
und were saved. Monduv morning the cap
tain was picked up off the wreck by a tug.
The schooner Margaret Dull, of Chicago,
arrived completly dismasted. The vessel
ashore at Buy View proves to be the Sailor
Boy, Tho crew was saved. This, with
the schooner Lillle E., which went ashore
on Jones' Island with a crew of seven
saved, completes the list of disasters
kuowu lu this vicinity at the present time.
MAY 21, 1883.
CATTLE Brisk al 6ra10: higher; ex
ports fd lOftfO 40; good to choice shipping
$.'i WiiViH 20; common to fair W 80Cd'& 7ft.
llOUS luiet and moderately firm al 6o
higher; light SO U0fti7 20; mixed packing
ft) 90to)i2o: heavy packing and shipping
$7 :wr7 00.
CVITLE-Suulttwag 2 503 25; light
shipping steer $5 2otKt lb; heavy shipping
steers .tOfdtJ 40; good cow and heifers
H tWOft; good vow and calves fMmii;
common cows and calve $10u?2.'i; stoukeis
lit KiS Slow and unsettled; shippers
holding oft for decllue and few orders
here. Butchers the principal
buvers. Light to good Torknr $7 00
rf7IO; mixed packing $J 80frf7 00; good
do il 2oti7 40: butchers' $7 2nft760; skips
and culls $d 2.WU ftO.
811 K HP Lambs In request at $'J IVm 75
pec head. Sheared sheep quotod al $2 IVA
A&O for common to medium; i'lTJui
4 on for fair to good; oholce to prlino 14 00
Ural a. Etc
WHKAT Higher, closlng$l 00 V June;
ft 12'. July; l 18 August: 1113 V
September; $1 01) ' year,
COUN-Hlgi'er; oN June; (WVJuly;
6!) August; f2V year.
OATS-Flrnier; 42 Juuc; 41! July; W
August; 35 year. .
WI1KAT Better, closing nt $1 12 H
June; $li:iH July; $112. August; $1 13M
September; $1 ll1 year.
COUN-Botter; 61)4 May; 51 V June; MV
Julv; !h August; 46 year.
OM'S-Uetter 42 May; 42V June;
WlllJAT-July I191KW122; August
$1 22 ; September $1 tH
CORN-July (Ml! August WW.
OAT'S July 40j August 44.
Country rratiacs, Eta,
miTTKIt-MarketauKsnd weak, there
being onlys slight local demand; unchanged
'.'iciimery ranged at2.'lrtf24 for clinic to
fanev. to 2ft for seloctlou In a small wav;
ecoiuls 20(322. Dull st I8rl9 for choice
and fancy, occasionally 20 was obtained for
gilt-edge pkgs) fair to good 14(917 1 cotn
inonNfrflO. Near-by paoked lu excessive
offering and dead dull: quote common frf
7; falrVdlO; and tbe best 12012H'. . .
KiiOM-Ktesdy at at lftHo.
LIVK POULTRY Old chicken In dull
and slow at $Ws)8 2ft for cooks, $1 Miraa 7ft
for mixed, and K4A4 30 for bens. Choice
large spring cblckeas with a ready sale at
Ura but medium slssd sad small dull st
fl:i, according to sis, Other poultry
LKAD Qutst, Refined it $4 12'; hsrd
Country markets rather dull. Weather
In Kngliind fine. Spot wheat dull, Western
corn qulot, but stesdy at As 8'td.
Demand from United Kingdom and Contl
asut not aauso dolug la wasst and eorn.
to vigorously push a business,
strength to study a profession,
strength to regulate a household,
strength to do a day's labor with
out physical pain. All this repre
sents what is wanted, In the often
heard expression, "Oh! I wish I
had the strength I" If you are
broken down, have not energy, or
feel as if life was hardly worth liv
ing, you can be relieved and re
stored to robust health and strength
by taking BROWN'S IRON BIT
TERS, which is a true tonic a
medicine universally recommended
for all wasting diseases.
S V. Fremont St, Baltimore
During the war I was in
jured in the stomach by apiece
of a shell, and have suffered
fromiteversince. About four
years apo it brought on paraly
sis, which kept me in bed six
months, and the best doctors
in the city said I could not
live, I sullered fearfully from
indigestion, and for over two
years could not eat solid food
mid for a large portion of die
time was unable to retain even
liquid nourishment. I tried
Brown's Iron Bitters and now
after taking two bottles I am
able to g t up and go around
and am rapidly improving.
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS it
a complete and sure remedy for
Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Malaria,
Weakness and all diseases requir
ing a true, reliable, non-alcoholic
tonic. It enriches the blood, gives
new life to the muscles and tone
to the nerves.
rpilK CIl Y NATIONAL DANK.
Cf Cairo, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A GuiH'ial Uankinr l'.usineM
TPOH W. II MX1DAY,
JjlNTEKl'IUSE SAVING BANK.
KXCLUSlVFIiY A SAVINGS HANK.
TilOfcJ. W.IIAuLll'A ,
PLOUK, UKA1N AND U
Egyptian Flouring Mills
HUrhuHt Canh Price Paid for Wht.
PROI'IUETOR OF PI'ROATB PATENT
Wholesale IJoalor In loe.
ICE D V THK CAK LOAD OR TON.WKLL
PACKED FOR BHirriNO
Oar JLoflda a (Specialty,
or IT I OK I
Cor, Twelfth Street and Leree,
w al ' "i "TV 7 n W O a