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For Scarlet and
I'oi, Meavale, and
all Contaaiou lilaeane. rerun s aiilait 0
the Sick ttiuuld UK it freely. ScariM It vet tut
never been know 10 spread where the Kluid wat
ul. Yellow Kever hat been cured ilh it after
Dlavca voiiiu iihu iitKen place. 1 ne wont
cues of Diphtheria yield to it.
KeTered jikI Sick Per
son refreshed and
JWii More prevent
ed by bathing with
Darby, f luid.
Impure Air made
hartalen and purilicJ.
For Sore Tlirual it i a
for froKtetl lei-t,
Chilblain, PI lea,
Boft While Complex
iona ecured by its tue.
Mlilp Fever firrvntrl.
fo partly the Itreat h,
CiaariMi tit Teeth,
it tas't be lurpaited.
Catarrh relieved and
riTTI NO of Small
A member of my fam.
ily wat taken witti
; Small pox. 1 uieq the
j Hud., the patient wat
not deliriout, wi not
pitted, and wat about
the houte again in three
1 weekt, and no othert
had U.-J. W. PaKK
lturn relieved imlantly.
Wound healed rapidly.
An Antidote for Aninul
or VefeubU Pouoat,
I tued the Fluid during
pur proem affliction with
Scarlet Fever with de
cided advantage. It l
iadi.pemiMe to the !&
room. Wm. V. Sahd
rou, Eyrie, Ala.
The phytlcUn her ..
nae VtAtjt fluid very .
luccettfuly In the treat- '
Tetter dried up.
libera purified and
In cateaofDaafh it
ahould be used about
the corpe it will
prevent any unpleat
The eminent Phy
hi. MS, M. 1)., New
York, tays: " I am
convinced Pnif Darby
Prophylactic Hind it a
au4wtiik t'ulveralljr, Naahrtlle. Tenn.
I teatihf to the tnmt extellcm qualitict of Pruf
Darby Prophylactic Fluid. A a disinfectant and
detenfent it U both theoretically and practically
aupenor to any preparatioa with which I am ac
quainted. N. T. Luiton, Prof. Chemiitry.
Darbya Fluid la Recommended by
Hon. Ai.fXANuaa H. Stxpiihni, of Georgia ;
Rev. Chas. F. Vi'UMi, V.D., Church of the
Stranger, N. Y.;
ioa. LxCokti, Columbia. Prof. ,l'ni-crity,S.C.
lev. A. J. Hattlx, Prof, Mercer Uuivcrtily;
Rev. Gbo. F. Pixxci, Bishop M. E. Church.
IMHSPKNHAIU.K TO F.VKliY HOME.
Perfectly harmlest. Used internally or
externally fur Man or Beat.
The Fluid hat been thoroiichly tetteil, and w
have abundant evidence that it hat done everything
here claimed. For fuller information get of yaur
Druggist a pamphlet or tend to the proprietors,
J. H. ZF.lLIJf A CO.,
Manufacturing Chemistij PI 1ILADELPH1A.
PHOPKSHION AL CAKR3.
OFFICK-Wnh H. H. Candeo, City Nttloual
Q.EOUOE U. LEA.C1I, M. D.
Phvsioian and Surpceon.
Spoclal attautlon paid to tha Homaopntblc truat
mt'ot of turnlcal dlauaaet, and dlaeasoa of women
Offlcu: On Hth itrent, oppodlto the Pott Office
2JH. J. E. STHONO,
128 Commcrcinl Ave , Cairo, 111.
VAl'OU, BLECTUO-VAPOH and mbdicatkd
A lady In attendance.
)U. W. 0. JOCKLYN, . .
OFFICB Klghta Street, near Cone erelal Atanou
pR. E. W. WUITLOCK,
Ornoa No. ISO Commercial Avenue, betwoen
Krti and Nluth Slraeta
YORK STOUE, ;
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest , Variety Stock
IN THK CITY.
GOODS SOLDVERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1EU Ac CO..
Cor, Nineteenth ItrMt 1
mi ' I
AN ARMED MOB.
Coal Mines In Possession
A Night Attack-Men Forced to Quit
Work1-An Appeal to the
Col.l.lSHVii.i.ic, in.. Mn . Tha
troulili at iho Alilcv ChhI llUra iHilliii-
nulcil UiIh inoraln In aiijiiinjiiUniiiountiit-
t on. whlrhbu UM lilld all lli ininea on
tl unditllu, In WllHl Urn puliltc WOllIll
II tbc Olllii-vlllf tlUtrltt. At two
o'clock tlii inornliiK the m.hh t IIiIk
tH-autif ul liiilr) town ere awukciif d ly tli
aound of life nml drum, mid. pcrring
from thrlr wlndoHK. Indiold 4f- mi-11,
armed with clulm, iiinn hlnsc tlirouth the
htret'tx with a netnblani'U of inillliiry or.
dor. Tlieycame from tho diifctloii of
(Wyvllle, and Btl""lllf. Their ninka
v rt dwelled t v 11 aid ml liilnorn w ho havtt
bffii out on a hi i-iku since April -jn.
They thr-n mari lied In good order lo
mine n. 4. or trie Ai'iiev t'oal Coin
pany, which adjoin the Van'dalla trnck and
is alxiiit a half mile from the Collinivllle
aupot. A pilvute WHtchmun emplovfd,
aworttlnaa deputy oheriff, ordi-red' the
tnoh, which drew tip in a military line to
Keep on tno premlaoa, w hich are clearly
d 'lined, potii bHln been put tip for a
fence to surround the workx. The kpokei
man rf piled that they bad umnn to di lvii
away the men vrbo wnro workln in Uie
mine a inhoreia after the
maoblniK, ib I lo close tbe mine,
Then there was aimnlliinenua fiikIi mudn,
and the lniie lioarding Iioiikc in which the
loO empluveit of the Abbey Company are
lodged and fed wan mirrounded bv a nowl
lne, hooting mob, who demanded that the,
acarc.e awakened men hould come ou.
Many of them did eon a out, and were told
MI.NKRS MF.AVI' HI ilNKxfl.
and that all lahorem In the inacblne uilnm
muht fo, and I hut none would be alluwed
lo work In tbe district until their demands,
ai uiade In tint meeting of Mav
It ire compiled with, home of the labor'.
fr demurred and a half dozen of them
were ni ruck on the bead with clulm. He-
vol era were freely displayed l ut no ihotn
were nreii. me men Mood HWed, and
wrangled until half past hlx o'clock, when,
recognizing that thev were outniiiubered
andihittan attempt to enter the mine
would only pia:ipltate ldoodilied, tbey
concluded to Withdraw, and walked off to
ward East til. Lout on the Vandalla
tracks, followed by fully 100 of the mol,
who were determined to see that
there was no flunk movement.
At half-past ilx o'clock. marcbliiK along
to the in 11 sic of the fife and drum, tbe mo1,
three hundred ntronx, came up the rail
road track, and halting In front of No, 3.
demanded to know whether there were anv
men In tbe pit. They were told no. Theii
tWv Baked If any were going In, and were
told not to-day, at leant. Mr. Crandall
tben made them a abort talk, in which he
kali) that ttmtr action in driving awav men
who wanted to-ork wat aowardly'ln the
extreme, and aould not win lu the end.
Thla candid ntutrtnont wat re.
ceired with Kronni of disap
preciation. After further works the men
moved forward, cheering and
BRAXHtSHINC. T1IKIR CLl'BR.
and marched to tbeflrst mine of the Col
lliisvllle t.'onl CompHny, which is a nuarler
pf 11 inlle east of the railroad station. This
la what la known an the llelnti Bluff Mine,
The men had already irone Into the pit, It
belnB hnlf-patH o'clock. When the molt
reached there they drew up In line and a
committee walked up to.f. II. Wlckllffe,
owner of tbe mine, and said:
"Wewanlto nee your men. Will you
call ih tu up!1"
"Hv uo meant"."
' III vou aMow us to send a committee
Into the pit to talk to thrni? 1
"I will not."
"YIUyou allow a committee to eotpe
up and talk lo
"1 will have no tulk with you aa long as
you come In this way, a mob. "
The leaders of the mob then wllhdifw
their men to a Hide-track, about two hun
dred yards uway, and a committee wna ap
pointed to wait 011 Mr. Wlckltff. Aficr
annic talk be agreed to atop hoisting coal,
liiitaald: "Mind you, men, If anv mines
In this district are worked, mine will be
one of them. ' ' 1 hn men were then called
out of tho mines, and the mob again took
up It march, intending to visit and dne
up tbe (inlldeuce Mine, two tulles dis
lant. neiore tnev readied It, mensengers
enme with the information that the miners
had stopped for the tlay. The mob then
returned to (.'olllusvllle, reentering tbe town
"We are only half through," said one
'The next time we como we will cripple
Route 01 me acaiis, - -A
printed circular containing tbe de
niands of tbe mluers' bearing the data of
May 11th, was served upon Mr. Wlckliffo
this morning. It demands cents per
bushel for mining; no men to work until
two-thirds of the operators In tbe district
agree ip pey it- men wno worn atier nia
chine shall gut two-thirds of what the
hand-laborers are paid. The miners en
raged In labor shall be paid $2 21) ner dar
The circular also sets out that the miners of
Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio and Mis
sourl are to be asked to Join In tno strike
and prevent the shipment of coal to the St.
1,0111s market. In this connection Mr
C'raiidttll remarks that a coal famine Is itn
mint nt, but ten car loads lire going to St.
Louis dally, and the consumption (g three
hundred car loads.
The following tolegrums weie sont by
Mi . t raudell to Governor Hamilton this
To Governor Hamilton, .Sprlngflnlil,
III. A inob of mutt numbering between
ouu ana tm, arinau wun clubs and re
volvers, have annulled our men and taken
poHHesslon of our property, Wo ha"
aooui lint men, wno nave linen work
lliu mi uiw llliMlHl Kim jirn
till willing to work. They are entirely
aaunuuu wun uimr wanes, 0111 are not al
lowed, and in soma instances bavo been
maltreated, We have one deputy sheriff
from each county, who have, control
over tbe mot). ow, in he
half of tbe Abbey Coal ind Mining
Company, an organization under the
laws or me Mate or Illinois, 1. is the prel-
oeni 01 sbiq company, unmana mat protec
tion whiak tha laws of the State of Illinois
guarantee to us, It Is important that In
mediate action be taken.
fSlgnadl E. J. CHANDAI.t.. Pros't."
No answer being returned to this, a sec
ond was sent as roitowai
"The mob has forced our men to leave.
and taken them with them, after having
annulled and quite seriously injured
several pf them, Tbe men who
want to work go to St, Louis and
return to-morrow morning and resume
work, providing w can have the necessary
protection. Can we rely upon hiving Mr"
baa bean received to this either. Mr.
Crandall cnmplnln that he has bean denied
tht protection at tbe hands of tbe county
auinorme, mat ne nas a rignt 10 expect,
and he will holb the counties of 6t. Clair
nd Madison responsible in daniugei for the
jets i Die Diuweie
i lint 111 iimin inut 1 U if tnm
VJadM I.jrasek Active.
T.awuHNCKRUHU. Ind.. Muv 124.' YoUf
subscriber will have read of tbe suicide of
8nsl Hawkins, and tbe tar-and-fcatbertng
of the brutal father and Dually running
bim out of town. At that tiiim nlrong re
slstanue was Used In sparing the scoundrel
from boing Iviiclmd, but ho win finally seen
off safolyio Cincinnati, and while there
was safe. He said that he was
through with J.awrenceburg, and
Id not care lo see the town
gain. After the citizens heard
list they conionttid themselves. Rut on
Monday evening be took a train atSr-dams-
lie and came down as far as fjianein
own, about six miles east of bore, where
11 got off. Untold tiei'soiis on the train
that be had spoiled several fellows In tbe
moii, and atd that "the ilgllance commit-
of. could go to Is 1 ; ho did not care a d n
r Ills life, hut was determined to make It
cost something. " As aoou as Ibe word
was received the clly was in great excite
ment, and within half an hour after the
word wait received a parly of twenty
five well-selected men took the Jerk
water engine for Lawrenceburg June-
ion and from tbore procured horses
from farmers snd started for Kll.abeth.
wn. A roiie was provided, but Haw
ins got wiml of the uffair and hid himself
11 the wood, 11 nd was Dot In bo found.
The party relumed and procured a guard
or his house, wbile the tiariv tiatroled tbe
town until daylight. Later the mob
sitmred the town. Hawkins Is to he bang.
ed on sight. The woman ltoblnton hai
moved lo the bouse of her father, Henry
Siandriff, and .he swears that she will not
1 1 it. the town. If she persists In her
hreats a committee of ladles will take her
out and give her the treatment served to
her man Haw kins on Saturday night.
THE BROOKLYN BRIDGE,
Great Interest in the OptnlneThe Pres
ident and Other Notables There.
NrwYnitK. Mv 24. The dav waa all
that could he desii'ed for the occa'slnn. The
houses along the route of the procession,
from the Fifth Avenue Hotel to the Clly
Hall, were decked with color. At the
New York end of tbe bridge workmen
were busy all morning iu the tlecorailons,
The picket fence lu frout of the bridge was
removed, and a strong force of police
guarded the approach. The crowd began
to guiner early and waited with great
patience for the arrival of tbe procession
nml the beginning of the ceremonies.
Nearly all vehicles but the si rent cars were
prevented from passing below the
street near the bridite from an earlv
hour In tbe niorniiig, and at
noon the tree cars were s'opped.
The seventh lieglmenl of tbe National
ftuard of the Stale of New York, Col. Em-
limns 1 lark command ng. dta mil as u
mllltaiy emiort for the occasion, assembled
at the Armory In full uniform. A guard of
twenty was detailed to march on e ther aide
TIIK I'KKflniKNT'H CSRItlAOR.
The command marched down the Park and
F ifth Avenue to the Fifth Avenue Hotel.
the President's nuarter. where It waa
drawn up. Tbe sidewalks along the route
were lined with people. On Madison
uiiare it was estimated that 10. QUO neonle
were gathered. The President and invited
guest occupied carriages which were
drawd up 111 a line on the. south side of
the hotel. In the tlstt car-
ig at President Arthur
and Mayor F.dson. Intheoiher carriages
wre Secretaries Frelinghuysen and Folger,
I'ostmasier-nenerai (rexnam. Secretary
Chandler. Attorney (inneral Itrewster,
jlar.hnl MeMluhael, of the liintrtotof Col-
umiilu, Allan Arthar, T. J. Phillips, sui
regale ltolllngs. Gov. Cleveland; Gov.
Ludlow, of New Jersey 1 Wov, F tlrbanki.
of Vermont! (ien, Slaykcr. Slocum, Gov,
l.ltlletleld, of lthode Itland; tbe stiff or
Gov, Cleveland; Gen. ( air and staff: Col
lector liolierl'on. Congressman Cox.
Hon Win. Windham snd Speaker
Kclfer, Slate Senators and Peruvian Min
isters. In accepting the bridge from tbe trusties
Major Low said that he did ho with pro
f,)und satisfaction. "The vicissitudes of
fourteen year have tried the courage and
faith or the engineer ind people. At last,
all ri'tolce in a general triumph over the
beautirul and stalely strueturo which
fullills the fondest hope. No great struct
lire can be confined In the limits of loea
pride. The glory of It belongs to the race,
vet It la distinctly an American triumph,
American genitis designed II, American
skill built It. and American workshops
t'.pUropallnna la Cuunael,
ST. Lot-in. Mav il. The third and list
session of the Episcopal Diocese of Mis
souri reassembled at St. George's church
at ID o'clock this morning. The report of
the committee on the state of the church
was next called for and was read by Rev.
Dr. Ileits. It showed that during the past
year there has been performed In" the dio
cese bill baptisms. i;r continuations and
4.n.").'l coiumunicism, against 471 baptisms,
I 1 : coulirmntions and 5,41.1 communlclsms
last year. The decrease in communicants,
the report laid, occurred lu every period
ical report. Considerable discussion en
sued as to the cause for the decrease In the
list. Dr. Fulton, of St. George's ohuroh,
taid that, not wishing to exaggerate, he
believed that fully two hundred persons
received communion at his church whom
be did not know by namo or residence and
whom he could not, accordingly, put upon
Nkw Yohk, Mav 24.
-There is an In
teresting storv behind Mrs, Charlotte M,
Witniu'tl's suit lor limind divorce, ;iow on
trial before Judge O'Gorman. At the time
of her marriage. In November, 1877, she
was a shop girl In a New York store, and
was but a little over sixteen years old, Her
husband, Francis N. Wendell,
was living with bis parents,
who were violently opposed to tho match,
bis father. ex-Pnllee Justice Wendell, even
offering him ifcVJ.OUO If he would give her
up. This he dellned, but it seems that
the refusal of his parents to admit either
the son or the daughter In-law to their
house at Inst brought about the trouble.
Tho young iimn began to compluln
that ho would have been belter off If
he bad never married; then he
abused her mid she said systematically
ti led lo force away hwriiway from bim. On
the 5th of October last he deserted her.
once be struck her wlib such force as
to break nn earring; on a subsequent
occasion ho would have struck her, but
desisted w hen she threatened tol have hint
arrested. She asks for a separate main
emince. A lintel Keeper' Revenge).
rnii.AttKi.iMHA, May 24. -It 1 reported
that Mr. Walton, falling to get a renewal
of his lease of tho St. James Hotel, has at
tempted to get even with the owners bv
Mocking tbe hotel with fl.OOu rats, thus
rendering tho life of the new occupant mis
erable and the the building almost unten
antable. The employes of the hotel deny
this, but say that when Mr. Walton left
there were mora rats In the building than
tho present proprietor had use for, and
profitable employment aa given for few
weeks to rat-catchers and a small array of
Iron and Nleel Workers.
rrneBUHd, Venn., May 24. The Iron
mil steel worker are circulating the now
wago scale to the proprietors, who gener
ally refuse to sign fit a few, however,
have dona tot but It will llkelv that all the
large mllli will shut down rather than con
tlnue the present wages. The Weiterr.
Nail Association met yesterday in regular
monthly session, but took no action on tbe
proposed strike of toticblug rates, It being
greed that tbe lltuatiou waa MttlalWtery,
1 1 .' TUC Mil IT DV : "T -
- - I . 1
Interest In the Drill at Nashville
Prominent Persons Present.
vib"v" M".v 24 The drill In the
L?A ?irn,L",U t"",,HV '""n t ' o'clock
witfc bo hue appearing Tredwav It He, of
7lLbl,u. ii uiuch
Hve, of j,t. r.ouls, gave preliminary
dlVls yter.lay mil tho two command
fi ,, t,r",b'd W ith floral pieces bv
the High School Kr. -ihese ,.0lll,ml,r-N
are among Ihu linest here and are applauded
'.jyV ''PP'niiince. Posilewaltu's band,
orst. i.ihiI. piMyed on the ground. The
Houston .l;.'lit ()ui.ds, Crcsent ISIIle.
Company I Waukon. Iowa, and the
Savannah Cadets wlir drill In turn arter tho
1 n-jlwsys. n. Lttwreuce Light Infautrv,
or Boston, du ,,( mrtu t KOO(t impression
WediiestUv, ami (he drill opening as tie
laved until after 4 o'clock on account of
J,.!0"!.01!1!'1 not living dried sufficiently.
II lis Mohlln llille, however, made u good
snowing, ("here are more than lit.Otsi
periston. Wednesday evetdiift'e ill
play of Jreworks will ha, repeated to
inouow. , i
- Yicniiiy, when the procession was on
South Market sired, it passed under a
banner representing a l onfederaie soldier
shaking hands with a Federal, Below was
the inscription, "The Blue ind the Gray
shake hand to-day." When Gen. Thur
man, inspector-General of Tennessee, and
Gen. Heniley. of Iowa, reached It, n halt
wa called. The two generals clasped
hands, while deafening, cheers rose from
the rank! and the multitude in the street.
Gov. Bate and staff, Gov. Blackhurn, of
Kentucky, and Col, J. G. BiUler, of St.
Louis, reviewed the troops.
Prince Augustin de lturblde, heir ap
parent of Mexico, Is here and on the
grounds. Jeff. Da Is Is in the cllv, hut
too 111 to be out. Eleven of the Warrior
Guards ofTusc'iloosa, Ala., have arrived.
The Artillery, Zouaves and Signal corps
will drill to-morrow, an4 the 'tand contest
ind Individual prize drill comes off on Sat
urday. Tbe Hill Investigation.
Washington, Msy 24. The committee
appointed lo Investigate the charges
against Hill, the supervising srubltect of
the Treasury, met to-day. Murch stated
he wa prepared to go on with the investi
gation provided certain privileges were ac
corded to him. He desired a full record
to be made of all the evidence taken and
he furnished a copy. Ex-Collector John
L. Thomas, of Baltimore, who appeared
s counsel for Bartlett, Bobbins & Co.,
llaltlmore, asked he he furnished copy.
The committee acceded to th rennest;
whereupon Murch sta'ed be desired to
take up the charges seriatim, and complete
the investigation under each charge before
proceeding to another." He would there
fore take up first the matter of the Dlx It
land Granite Co., and to facilitate mat
ters would call upon the Architect's
office for certain papers, which be pro
ceeded to enumerate. These Included
what were known a the "15 per cent con
tracts." the orders forthe coniiructloti of
butldiiiL's for boarding-houses for labor
ers at Dix Islund, the nav-rolls for labor
upon the. New York public buildings, and
the letter, If one was written, of Secretary
Sherman, appointing a commission to in
vestigate matters relating to the construc
tion of these bulldlnirs, togother with a
mass of other specified papers and docu
ments. Thayer of tbe Architect's office,
who was present in Hill's interest, sug
gested It was due Hill, before requiring
bim to suour the (lie qJ his uftice for t u
yews ewii, thai bsahoirie) be informed for
wimt pui pose the papers were to be used,
and what spocific charge sgalnst him they
were expected to substantiate. M urch re
plied he labored under the disadvantage of
being without counsel; that be had never
before appeared in court, either
as plaintiff, defendant or attorney, but be
expected later on to have the advloe of
counsel. He further slated his object in
asking these papers, was to show that great
frauds had been perpetrated upon tho
Government, that tho cost of public build
Inns had been Increased far beyond anv
necessity, and that the contractors had in
sonic Instances lieen paid ten times over
the value of the services rendered. After
some discussion an to the mode of pro
reduce, adlnuriinient was had until to.
morrow, with the understanding that
Murch lie permitted to Insncet tho files in
tbe Architect's office and designate such
letters and documents as ho may desire to
have put In evidence .
A IIV.OOO Itnhbery.
Ci.Kvn.ANi), May 24.- The United
Stales Express Company's money carrier,
Alexander Granger, received sundry pack
agei of money snd other valuables from
tbe east-bound Lake Shore train at the
t'nlon depot this morning, and put them In
a buggv standing outside. Somebody
from the Ice nsiin calliij to him, and, no
one being In slht, he stepped a little way
from the vehicle t ascertain who called.
Returning he ilroe lo the expruss com
pany's main nlHce. and there discovered
two bags similar lo the company's pouch
es, but tilled Aith brown paper, sustitutod
for tho two containing tho money. Tho
Mipposed robbery bad been carefully
planned by expert and executed at the
moment Granger's attention was diverted.
The missing pouches sre said to contain In
the neighborhood of JIS.O'O In thirty j ack
ages of remittances from railway stations
on the Lake Shore road between
Chicago and Toledo to hoitd"uarteri. The
amount cannot hn known for some
davs. Msnv of Ilia remit tatices are thought
to lie In bank checks uiitl certificates of de
posits. Auditor I.eantl, of the l.ako Shore road,
thinks the railway remittance would not
exceed .tio.tssi In money, and might not be
more tlitin ft,oo. No oluo Is found to the
BAi.riMoni!, May 24. In the trial o
Henry Carloss, who shut his wl e In a dis
orderly hints a few weeks ago, a pathetlo
scene was presented. The woman, still
iiiffeiing from the effect of her terrlbln In
juries, which Included the loss of one eye,
pleaded lo save her husband from tho
penitentiary, saying hn had a perfect right
to kill her. it was shown tlmt Carlos had
failed in niovldti proper support for his
wife, ami that lie bad sinni a nlj,'ht with
her In the objectionable house, This
seemed a condoning of dm wifn's offense,
snd the Jury returned a verdld of guilty,
Carlos seemed absolutely Indifferent as the
Judge senleiieed bim lo ' 'two year In ilia
penitentiary" amid the sou of his wife,
sister and mother.
Mill Actors In 'I rouble.
RrtiR, lVnn,, May 21. The children of
flie Juvenile Opera Cnnipmiv have been
cruelly deserted In Wcirleli,'N. Y. They
sav the manager, John Abcreruinlili', after
half starving them, b is Konn off without
paying them. Abeivrninbl Is (he man who
was hanged In 1,'tiea In elllgy fur the ex
pivstlon of his opinion at iho time when
President Gurtlultl whs shot,
Bj Must quit Work.
Cincinnati, May a4.-Perkln, Camp
bell Co.. harness mnknra, to-dav acceded
to the demand or the trlkers for tho ex
clusion of hoys from the shops, and work
was resumed. Tho other iliot w here a
strike exists for the same cause still holds
Mil. . .
den. inure Dead.
. ( hicaoo, May 24. Gen. Hart L. Afeln
ai d, ex Postmaster, ex-Legislator, ex
Circuit Judge, ex-Territorial Represent
ative, ex-Commtssloiier of Internal Im
provement, one of tbe oldest, wealthiest
and most prominent residents of Chicago,
died at midnight, aged 81.
An Important Meeting of Three Erepe"
Bkiimn, May 24. -The Provincial Cor
respondent says the Czar has Initiated and
upheld a policy w hich made it possible to
settle all pending ouestiona amicably.
Germany Joins wliu olher countries In
wish ug the welfare of Btissla. she Is
convinced the schemes of the Nihilists
were directed against the peace of
huropoi and their quashing rendnred
good a rvice to civilization. The
coronation I a festivity of peace.
IMPKKIAI. MKKTINO ARRANtlRD.
Bkhmm, Mav 24.-U Is announced .
marck will visit the Emperor WfMm dur
Ingthe latter'ntay at Gssteln, and that
the Emperor Francis Joseph goes to
Gastoln. Count Kalnoky. the Austrian
Minister of Foreign Affair, will accom-
natIV 111 111. It I Minmra.l VI.. II. .....
.jsnd Hlgno.- Manclnl. the Italian ForeUn
.Miiiesier, rosy also visit Gastrin during the
Linperor William's Slav there. Bismarck
has decided If his health does not improve
he will go to Klssengen at the end of June
for a month, and afterward proceed to
Dnni.i.M. May 24. --Several prisoners sus
pected of complicity in ihe Castlebar,
County Mayo, conspiracy to shoot land
lords sre being examined to-day. Re
porters sre excluded. A brother of
'Scab MalleV Is one of tbe prisoners.
An informer. Coleman by name, sav he
was glyen 100 to Join the conspirator.
Paris, May 24. The weekir statement
of the Bank of France shows an Increase of
MW.OW franee gold and 1.175,000 francs
Paris, May 24. Intelligence from Sene
gal states that the French column under
Col. Des Hordes succeeded In driving tbe
hostile natives back sixty kilometres, and
tranquility has boen established on the left
bank of the Niger.
Paris. May 24. Advices hsve been re
reived from Madagascar that a French de
tachment landed ind-csirled several mili
tary posts erected bv the llovasau Sskalova
territory in defiance of French right.
It Is also stated that Admiral Pierre has
occupied the custom house at Majunga,
securing the road and water way to Tamil
rivo, the capital of tbe Island.
GOTHKNBURO, Mav 24. -The Arctlo
exploring vessel Sophia, with Prof. Nor
dcnskjold and other scientists, hai sailed
THE Don I MOW.
IonoNTfi. May 24. -To-dav.
r ... i.i..:,. , . , - ". ".
'wvu , uiruinav, is oeintf oDserved a a
goneral holiday throughout tbe Do
mlniou. SOl'TII AMERICA.
Panama. May 4 Dlctalnr YelnUmufa,
of Ecuador, 1 believed to be arranging to
sack Guayaquil, and a request for an Amer
ican man-of war has been made. England
and Italy only have vessels stationed there,
and It is thought a show of foroe may cause
the Dictator to leave the country without
destroying ti e city. He has plundered the
Bank of Ecuador. Many soldlm are Join
Naw Ills Betrothed Killed.
DksMoinks, May 24. -Ida Klnia, aged
eighteen, wis cut to pieces Wednesday
evening by a train of eight freight can.
Her intended husband, who had Just ar
rived from Chicago for tbe wedding cere
mony, witnessed tho accident.
MAY' 24, 1883
CATTLE Dull; lOMMe
nort H OOCnA Mil- Don,l
shll)tint' .) 70(36: common In fulr CAimra
Hi GM-Slow and weak ;firrtlOr loworjllght
W 7.Va7 26; mlxed packing $6 80f37 15;
heavy packing and shipping $7 8007 65.
CATTLE Good to heavy steers $5 85ri
0 25; light to fair $5 25tf6 80; common to
medium native .H ftVItt 25; fair to good
Colorado $403 60: Southwest 1(8 7,Va3 00:
corn fed Texan mdd; common to good
stockers $4 4004 65; fair to good feeders
H7iya5 60j common to choice native cows
andholfersI504 29; scallawags of any
kind 50O3 25; good cows and calves $20
HOGS Steady; active shipping demand.
Light togoodyor!-ers;$tt857; rough to
good mixed packing $0 80fS7 20; good
heavy shipping 7 20(3(7 80; butohers to
extra $7 2iVa7 8401 akip and culls and
pigs $T 80(S 50.
SHEEP Quiet and Heady at the
following: Common to medium $2 25r3
8 50: fair to good $8 75rd4 50; prime
$4 ooriift 00,-stocker 12 2002 76: fair to
good Texaus 6Uf34 50; ipring Iambi
1 60r3a per head.
WHEAT Higher, closing 1(1 12V June;
fll.V.Yei'f July; tl WH August: $1 18V
September; $1 17 K October; $1 82S'J
CUUN-lllgber al 67 June; 68H
July; oil',' Augut: 52) vear.
OATS-1 (regular at 41 '.fa June; 41 V
July; 84 ' August; 82VCn)t year,
WHEAT Higher, closing it $1 16K
June; 1 17 U .htly ; $1 18W August; $1 X
September; fl 20 tlclober $1 ltt year.
COHN-Higher; 52r June; MSfa1'
July; 55'i August; HH year.
OATs-Hlgher; 48 June; 4U.' July.
WHKATluue l2U;Julv l 28X.
August l 22k; September $l iiV.
CORN June tV. ; July t', ; August
t'i; September Of'iW..
CenBilrj rrntlnoe, Et.
BUTTER Medium and low grade en
tirely neglected. Creamery at lOfaai for
choice to fsnev; seconds 21321. Dairy at
17rIH for ehofoe and fancv; fair to good
12rti5; com m nn mw. Near-by packed
over plcntv dead dull; quote common
6ra7; fair 810: bnstlJUM.
L1V K POl'LTRY-She siipply was lib
eral of old, and small and medium sized
spring chickens, and the feeling easy;
demand very light. We quote cocks, M 75fj
8; mixed at (3 26f33 60; hens $ 764,
Spring: Small $1W2; medium slsed $2 60
f8; choice large $8 75(4. Other poultry,
neglected. Shippers should bear In mind
tbit very small chickens are almost unsal
able at sny price, and that It would be to
their benefit to keep tbem. until they are
EGGS-Offerlngs were quite liberal, and
the feeling easy at 15c for ourent receipt.
LEAO-Dull. Refined at$4 12H herd
Country markets 'rather dull. Spot
wheat Dull. Western corn dull and
easier at Ac Did. Demand Irons
United Kingdom and. Ceatlutnt dull aud
neglected lor wheat mi) core. ... ..
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