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A Household Artloln fur Universal
Vor Kcarlet and
8oro Throat, Small
Pox, Measles, and
U Contagious Diastases, persons waiting on
th Sick should um it htxly. Scarlet r Veritas
oeer been known lo spread where the fluid wu
t. . Y,!l10 h been cured with it after
black nilt had Ukitn place. Toe worst
ui &ipmiiens yieia 10 u
Mm refreshed nd
Bed Bores present
ed by bulling with
Impure Air made
aarialcss and purified.
For Ho re Throat it it a
For Frosted Feet,
Hurt Willi. I'j,m.l.i.
A member of my faiav
lly ms taken witb
Smallpoa. I used the
fluid ; the patient was
ant delirious, was not
pitted, and was about
the house if sin in throe
weeks, and no other
bad it. - I. W. P
, fcma aentrtd by us use.
Whip ITer prevented.
To purify the llreatk.
Cleanse the Tenth,
it can't be surpassed.
Catarrh relieved and
Wound healed rapidly.
1 Scurry cured.
An Antidote (or Animal
or Vegetable Pouons,
1 tued the Fluid during
our present affliction with
bcartet fever with de
cided advantage. It is
indispensable to the sick
room. -Wu. . gutD
roo. Eyrie, Ala.
The physicians here
use Darbys fluid very
successfully in the treat
ment of Diphtheria.
Tetter dried up.
Ulcer purified and
In cases of Death It
should be used about
the corpse it will
prevent any unpleas
Tht eminent Phy
KIMS, M. I)., New
Vork, savs: "I am
convinced Prof Darbys
Prophylactic fluid is a
; Scarlet Pprer
Vanderbilt Cniverslty, Keihvllle, Tenn.
I tMllfw tn lit ma- II . ... ...
- - j ... c.ci.ctu qualities ot t-rol.
Darbys Prophylactic fluid. At a disinfectant and
detergent it is both theoretically and practically
superior to any preparation with which I am ac-auamted.-N.T.
LurroK, Prof. Chemistry.
Darbys Fluid la Recommended by
Moa. Alsxani.ss H. SrsriiSMv of Geonna
Rev. Chaj. K. Diu.su, D.D., Church Sf Uw
Strangm, N. V.;
int. LaCoirri, Columbia lW.L'niveriily.S.C.
,ev. A. J Barn.., Pmf, Mercer Vniversiiy;
Rrr. Oa-j. F. Piuses, Bishop M. E. Churth.
Perfectly harmless, fved internally or
ITiJ. KlltlH hr. k-. ,1. 1.1.. , . .
j i "i jii,o ur recast.
u.uumj, mica, am we
have abundant evidence that it hat dune everything
here claimed. V x fuller information get of your
Urugfiitt a pamphlet or send to the proprietors,
J. If. ZKILIX & CO.,
Manufacturing Chemists, PHILADELPHIA.
PUOKESblU.NAla OA HUH.
D. DAY LEY,
OmCE-Wlth B. B. Candee, Cily National
QEOHOE II. LEACH, M. I).
. Phvuician and Surgeon.
Special Untlon paid to the Homeopathic treat
mint of surgical dUeaaua, su,d disranus of women
Office: On llih trertt. oppolte the Post Office.
JJR. J. E. STHONO,
.128 Commercial Ave, Cairo, 111.
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umci E'.fMb Street, near Conns errU! Avenue
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Ornoa No. lit Commercial A venae, bteo
KtHband Nluth Strsefa
"EW YORK STORK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1EU ite CO..
Oor.Nlnoteontbftrentl Poirrt 111
OotnrMrclalAvennef L-am;t ills
Jan. . WITH. iQMitf a.MiTn.
Grand - Central Store.
Mayor TbnmM. W. HiHlday,
Treasurer Cnstlii F, Nelhi.
Clorlt Denula.d, Foley.
Counselor Wa. B. Otlbtrt.
Marshal L. H. Mvjurt,
Attorney William rjendrtelti.
boa ao or ALDaama
FtMt Wtrd-iWm.MoHale, Harry Walker.
Second Ward-Jesse lltnkln, 0, N. Uaghei,
Third Ward-B. Y. Blake, Kg ort Bmlth.
Fourth Wtrd-Chatlee 0. Tatter, Adolpb Swo
rifth Wtrd-CbM. UncMlrr, Henry 8 oat.
ClrenltClork-A. n, l.wln.
County Jadte-J. U. Koblnion.
County Clerk-8. J. Hnmm , ,
Cotinlt Treasurer Mllee W Parker.
Mherllf John Uodgei.
Coroner K. Fllggnrtld
County Corarulsslouere-T, W. UaUtday, J. H.
.Mulcefcer aud Peter tlaup,
The Worst Feared from the
Rioters at Collinsville, III.
The Military Out-The Uusual LU
of Crimea and Criminals-. .
i '"v"!. I"., May Sfl.- Allnnlct
III this iw ana al tliu uilnfa to-U, but
no mini-ri aro worklnjr. Four biimlmd
niliii irom Hi llevllle and ctlier plaora ere
Intheplty. The aberlfr and bdfputle
are litr lo kei thiit iiiet. The mitror
ba sworn In Ulty spwlal jiolloe nffiwrn,
An h ptcuuiloimry nu asuro he clusnd nil
llie bir-ronin IhkI nljjbt. The opciaton
re willing' to py thu price aked for Uitf
glng, but they will not be UicUlcd to by
the miiwH' union. The mlncm are be
cominif di cpoiatc, and It is feared that the
worst la vtit to uoinn.
Al midnight the M. Clair county depu
tie went buck to Kast St. Loin, sheriff
IlnNe of Madlnon count', after looking
over the field, cnt two teleiinuiiti to (iov.
Hamilton, In which ho Hated tiiat hucIi io
the locial mil buxinct complleatloiia In
thin (limict that he doea not believe a civil
pO"ie could be raied stroiiK enough to
iunll the mob, ihould It roaort to e itremo
menurra. lie received word from td
warilillo that the Adjutant-General at
that point to
IIOI.I) 111 KMSF.l.VKfl IS lIEAJJl.NKHS
to march. The xheriff received no direct
reply from the (iovernor, and U In a
ouhhImt m to how to procoed. At U
n'cloi k thU morning mlnera ataembled to
the number of 3U0 at a point
midway between Abbev urines No. ;i and
4. and were hariiiuntf by their leadern.
The fence about No. 4 bad been eomploted
In the meanwhile, and they did not enter
the prrmlse.. At fi.Wt flier lenrncd frmn
the hutcher who aupplfea the Hotel Cran
dad ilh uiest that none had been ordered
for breakfast, which satlafled them that tna
Uborera driven off Thurday had not re
turned. They then detnlled fifty men to
remalu and e that no attempt was made
to nUrt up, and 'Hi) of them, by actual
count, itnrted east ou the railroad track,
marching two by two. A picket was left
at Mine No. 3. When the Collinsville
mine wai reached, they were told
that no attempt to work would be
made. They contented them
elvej with a threat lo clean out the
boai1inif-houe on thnlr return. Word
wan then given to go forward lo the Con
fidence and Troy mine. A conspicuous
feature of the procesiloii wa a half dozen
men carrying kegs of beer upon their
ahoulder. Ibave Jimt talked with a man
who walked in from the Confidence mine.
He eay that no work wai contemplated
at the mine to-day. The Urikera aeem
uplclou, however, and upwardi of a
hundred stopped there, remaining outside
f the enclosure.
TUK DEER WAS TAPPED
and aoeues of dinorder followed, the
men yolling and hooting, throwing atones
at the fence and dli-ctmriring pistols
In the air. Mr. WcUenlurg, iuper
Intendcut of the mine, haa teleraubed
to Deputy Sheriff Lanbam T that , his
properly u eurrouiided by a I mob, and
that It Is In danger, and that he calls for
aaelktance. The Belleville and Caseyvtile
men were Joined between this point end
the Confidence Mine by a strong de, elation
from tba miners on the O. M. ft. R.
Those who did not reiiuln at Confid'-nce,
pushed on to Trov, seven miles from here,
and surrounded the Brooksitle mine,
which l the Imt on the Vaudalla track. It
waa in operation, but on the appearance of
the mob thi morning, the men struck
work. The Rrookside superintendent also
telegraphs that disorder prevails, and In
vokes the aid of the law.
Mr. Crandull Mated that iifflrtent fore
would arrive this eveniug to protect hia
muies and that be would itart both of them
to-inorrow morning. The men In East St.
Louis have all signified their willingness to
fo Into the pKs if ituaranteed protection,
n that event a collisiou U Inevitable,
Such has been the conduct of the miners
In Confidence and Trov that the Governor
baa at lat awakened to the situation, and
ordered the military companies
at Tavlorvllle and Kdwirdsvllle to go
at once to lerlinvllle. Arrangements bavo
been made to care for them during tbelr
stay. The Tavlorvllle military company
comes on railroad. The Edwaiidsvllle sol
diers come afoot. The miners are begin
ntng to come In from Confidence and Troy.
Tate Illaa Yennjr Case.
CINCINNATI, Mav S.V MIm Evan, of
Mlsabwtppl, a pupil of Miss Burr's Mimlo
School, who nursed Miss Younir, of Robin
sot), II'., and caused Mich a sensation here
and in Kobinnon, died yeMerdar also
of smalt-pox. Another of Miss Burr's
pupils was taken to the hospital
yesterday and died from MghtalAilo while
Robinson, 111., Mav 25. There Is no
further spread of small-pox here, but the
town Is virtually deserted. Great Indigna
tion is ex pjesseu against Wesley Fields,
who is thought to have ruined Miss Young
and there Is talk of exhuming tbu body to
make an examination.
Detroit, Michigan, May 'J.V-MIss
Barbara Ackerman was arrested bore to
day ou a charge of attempted poiNoning.'
She was employed in the Wubash Hotel
and quarreled with the other employes.
Recently nine poison there were taken
suddenly and seriously III after eating
pantry made of flour kept In a barrel to
which the girls had access,
The Temperance Question Discussed by
Presbyterians Baptist Missions.
Pittsburo, May 2ft. -The Synod of the
Reformed l'resbyterlnn Cliunli of North
Amni loa re-convened In Allt glicny.t Ity this
morning. r. , m. Somervlllo, of Now
York, presented to the Synod the Board of
Iruatoea report, which shows the church
to beln a prosperous condition flnanoiaMy
and otherwise. Too report was referred
to the finance oomnilttee. Rev. J. H.
Willlann, of NewYork, read a paporon
the subject of the "Signs of the Times."
The speaker imorted that aloohol was king
In tblH country, and that Nihilism, Al
coholism and Communism were to a large
extent combining their forces for the pur
pose or combating religion. He claimed
that God was punishing various portion of
the country by uyohuies for these, evils.
He atiggcsled that there be several days of
earnest fasting and prayer, that the
church might more luncesafully
combat these growing evils. Upon the
conclusion of the reading the subject wai
taken up and discussed at length. Rer.
Kennedy, of New York, mado motion tbat
new standing committee be appointed on
the state of religion, and he believed more
attention ihovld be given to the condition
of religion Inside the churches.- The mo
tion was amended to combine the commit
tee with one on the algni of the times, and
adopted. A lettor road from D. (1, Mat
thews, eeoietary of the Ministerial Alii
anoe, asking that f ID, 000 he raised In Great
Britain and this country to assist churches
la Bohemia. The request was considered
ftudrefemd to Ike fctmiwe oyuuailtee, Tit
f'AIRO. LLIN01H, SATURDAY
following delegates lo the Peo
1'resbytcrlan Alliance, to be
held at Belfast, Ireland, next
July, were then chosen; Rev. I). MoAI
llstur, Walton, N. Y,;Rev. John Lrnd,
Klilerit M. M. Usury and Honry O'Neill.
Alternates: Rev. Dr. Uregg, New York,
in n ii Riuniui iivnuuin a, a.,
dent Walter Miller and David Gregg,
A discussion on temperance, and the art
visibility of Incorporating a resolution In
the minutes of the synod condemning the
manufacture, sale or use of Intoxicating
lbUor as a beverage, tuun ensued, which
l isted until noon, when the body adjourned
. Sahatooa, N. Y., May 25. At the
slKiy-nlntli anniversary of the Baptist
Missionary I 'nlon.'ollicers were elected M
follows: President, Revs. Geo. Dana
Boaidnian, D. D. Pr.nna; vice
presidents, Hon. John Warren
Merrill, Massachusetts, and Hon.
t barles L. Colbv, Wisconsin IU wording
Secretary, Rev. ll. H. Hurrage, Maine.
The secretary's annual report nbowod the.
receipts to be $ai,otl. The I'nlon malnT
tains 1!HI misslonuriea, l,3ii4 native preach
ers, and l.UTfi churchea. TDese have lOi,
llo menilH-rs. In S(S2. 10, HI.) persons
were baplied, 2,2!iS more than thH year
before. The mission stations are: Burmah,
Assam. China, Japan, India, Mara,
Kuropa. Rev. Downey, of Felugu Mis
sion, said the results among his people
were the most wonderful In the history of
missionaries, and tbat 1,200 persons were
bapticcd there this year.
A report was presented recommendlug
the establishment of missions in Africa. A
remarkable scene then occurred. Rev. F.
A. Douglass arose to speak. Dr. Board
man said: "Did you authorize tbat state
ment charging dishonesty against officers of
this society?" Mr. Douglass, stammering,
answered "No." Mr. Douglass asked
leave to read a statement. He said: "I
deeply regret to appear to have used attch
language. I ask forglvemss from you
Four missionaries under appointment to
Asia were presented and applauded.
Fears that He has met Custer's Fate
Anxiety at Washington -His
Washinotox, May 2f5. "I am very
much afraid." said a gentleman promi
nently connected with the War Depart
ment "that we shall never bear from
"You don't think be has met with
Custer'a fate, do you?"
"I am afraid," was the response. ."I
don't dare really to say what mv fears are.
but they are for the worst,' You see
( rook took too manv Indians with blm.
and not enough whites. Wby, he only
took a body-guard of while soldiers.
Fifty. Wbatisthut? Do you remember
that less than two years ago the Indian
scouts employed by an officer down in
Arizona, the verv section where Crook got
his, turned against the command, fired
In'othem and tried to slaughter them?
W oil. Crook bas 200 Indian scouts and only
fifty white men."
"Isn't It a little strange that he
should have taken so smalt a force,
especially of whites?"
"Very strange. I can't understand It at
ill. He oueht to have taken at least 000 or
sot) men. aud even with tbat number there
might have been doubtful propriety in tak-Inff-JO"
InMlans, but to make four-fifths of
his command Indians. I can't understand
what it mi-ana. I hope it may turn ont all
right, but I fear that the result mar be vrr
CAN'T TRCST TUB INDIAN'S,
ml as for their going into a pitched battle
with the same determination that white
will, they won't do it. Thcv are good for
plundering and taking advantage, Cut for a
square fivht give me white soldiers. ' '
There Is a feeling here, also, that Gen.
Crook-, In making bis raid Into Mexico,
bus laid himself and the Government
liable to severe censure from the Mexican
Government. There is, It Is said,
no doubt but that it is a clear violation of
the treaty which permits either Govern
ment to go Into the territory of the other in
pursuit of llceliuf hostlles, but does not
provide for a deliberate Incursion Into the
territory fur the purpose of making an
attack upon Indians living thire. Whether
or not any action Hill be taken bv the
Mexican Government Is unknown. It Is
believed, however, that the fact that
Pecretary Lincoln telegraphed Crook after
learning his intentions, ordering blm to be
sure not to violate the treatv, would free
the Government from any blame In the
matter from the standpoint of detentlorml
law. If Crook should chance to win a big
hattlo nnd clean out tbe hostlles, be prob
ivbly wouM ewspo serious orltlclsm on his
return, but If otherwise, tbe result may be
serious to him even should be get back
alive, nnd with his command safe.
Murder In At, I.onla.
St. Louis, May 25. A murder tbat was
tbe outcome of a fight In a street car start
led :he residentsin the Fifth Police District
between 12 and 1 o'clock this morning.
OttoS, Dierberuer, the prisoner, was seen
in the Fifth District Police Station this
morning. Ou the way up Home and Jack-
eon, vnu wticon me troui piauOrm, got
into a dispute with the car driver, who en
tered tbe conversation on the strength of
being from Liverpool. Jackson is a
unlive of Manchester, and the question
of the distance between the two cities then
occupied their minds, the driver insisted
that It Is sixty miles, and Jackson being
equally positive that It la only thirty-four"
After a time the He was itlven, and the
driver wound bis reins around the brake
and a light was begun. When the car
passed tho Fifth District Station things
were hot. The conductor, finding himself
helpless, called upon Dlerbergcr for help,
and Dlerberger sprang up and shouted:
"Gentlemen, you'll have to keep quiets
I'm an nflicerof the law?" Ho denies
that ho said that he was a Justice of the
The disputants rofuaod to recognleDlcr
berger's authority, and Homo grappled
with him. The men exchanged blows, and
then Dlerbergcr drew his revolver and
fired a shot, which did no damage, Ev
erybody rushed from tho car except the
men Involved. Then Dlerberger tired the
second shot, and Horn sank to the lloor.
Hoi n's wife entered tbe car and raised her
husband's head. Realizing that he was
dead, she became frantlo with grief. Po
lice officers soon appeared and the
dead matt was taken to his home.
Wr osi Naloona and Umnnilnt;.
lUirrAi.o. May 2ft. There Is excitement.
In the ranks of liquor dealers over the com
bined warfare against tbom by tha Hoard
of Kxclseandthe Citizen's Reform Asso
ciation. Tbe former insist upon compli
ance with all tho terms of tho oxcUs Uw by
nil saloon-keepers who can obtain
licenses as Inn-keepers, and this
necessitates the proof that they have
the beds on their premises to accommodate
travelers. The saloon-keepers declare that
the enforcement or tho law will be vastly to
Increase Immorality, as, if they are obliged
to keep beds, this can he done only by
luring saloons Into houses of ssilgnstlon.
The Reform Association Insist and the
Board of Kxclsn Is powerless. The
Reform Association has begun war
upon the base ball combination
and pool games sttschnicnts of
the saloons, and reported number for
revocation of license. Tbe liquor men
have nritanlxod for defense, end say that
If they are harassed at all bv the special
police employed by tbe Reform Associa
tion they will refuse Jo pay tbe city
license and carry on business under the
United States lieeue. defy In the leeal
M0BN1M. MAY 2f,
The- Proclamation Concerning tht Coro
. Rosinrr, May 2V-A tUisslan wis killed
Bare I tiesilny be a JewNtt publican. Sub
sequentjy the mob attacked several houses
snd shops, occupied by Jews, wbb h they
roblied, demolished or burned. The riots
coniiniicd until latest iiK-ht. Three sot.ihn
Cossacks were ordered lo the scene, but
were unable to rsstore i.rJ t. It is feared
Jews 1,9 f"l""'r f',,"',k" (?sinst the
' vomr.MATioM rKariviTiM.
.Moscow, May 25.-A throng gtthered
about Um circular pbufotm before tho
Kremlin Thursday when the heralds al
arms sounded btigW blasls. The foubra
'.ambassadors then appeared, and the t eo
Mary of the Senate mounted the platform.
He held In his hand the proclamation an
Bouncing the coronation on tho 27th, and
copies of it printed ou satiu were hurled
Into the throng after he had done reading.
Some were disposed of for blth prices and
others were torn in the struggle for posses
sion under tbe. belief that they brought
. The hi igo of 90,000,000 subjects will
be supplemented bv the deferential attend
ance of representatives of many imperial
and royal families, aud by ambassadors
from almost every part of the world. The
resulting concourse will present a spectacle
NO CITY HAS HKIIKI.I)
since those Roman emperors, who were
also successful generals, returned in
triumph to offer sacrifices upon the Capl-
Tbe domestic life of tbe Imperial pair Is
said to be a happy one, except for the Ni
hilists. The Czar's private property
yields him a krje annual revenue. He
possesses I, Ooo.ooo square miles of culti
vated land and forests, besides owning gold
and other mines in Siberia. The sum from
all these sources is estimated, however, at
over $12,000,000. of which $2,000,000 is
expended In charities, schools snd thea
tres, leavings net imoni of $10,000, oof).
The Czar is the seventeenth of bis house.
Although other empires, pist and present,
have surpassed tbe Romanoff monarchy In
respect of population and magnitude of
territory, never bas power so unlimited
over so large a fraction of mankind, tsj,.
OO.OOO, been committed to a single hand.
DrnUH. May 25. -John Behan. corres
pondent of the Irish World, of New York,
for the West Clare district, was arrested
on a chargeof intitnidailng the driver of
the mail wagon, whom be had called a spy
OXT. AORAFIAX OUTRAOI.
Dsjnu.v, May 25. Only one agrariau
outrage against the person occurred in Ire
lend during April.
A M.HIU8HOP CHOKE'S INTKRVIKW.
Archbishop Croke iu his remarks at
Thnules Thursday said the Pope spoke
iu nun concerning cne (menacing state
of Europe, and ml if he feared that even
in Ireland, which has been a Irent. mntiAa
latlon to him. a spirit of lawlessness
had seized upon a large section of
of the people. Tbe Archbishop said he
assured blm that there was no lawlessness
In bis diocese and that no notable crime
had been committed there. He said ail
the Pope blamed the Irish people for was
tho criuiea walch both he ( Archbishop) and
Ms flock bad always dona tbelr utmost lo
denounce. On parting the Pope gave
Archbishop Croke his blessing and asured
him of his Koo wishes.
Paris, Mav 25. An extensive fire oe
etirred at Vars, In the department of the
I ppcr Alps, and fifty bouses were
destroyed. Several persons perished In
Paris, May 25.-'; louard Reno I.
fevre Laboulsye, tho vv -ll known French
Jurist, is dead.
London. May 25. Tbe Dailv News cor
respondent at Rome says the Pope Is satis
fied with the result of bis circular to the
Irish bishop, and he expected It would ha
s r. i
more opposition than has
A Wife Murderer's Trial.
Fhkkmont, O., May 25. -Than that
which haa been adduced in the Radford
murder trial no stronger testimony was
ever given. Mrs. Greenslade, mother of
the murdered woman, and Miss Mary
(ircenslade, sister of the same, testified In
a straightforward manner us lo tbe crime;
hnvv lbidford forcibly entered the house in
lipllevue, Induced his wife to go outside
with blm. and while the sister stood by
knocked his wife to the ground. He then
drew a refolver, und threatening the sis
ter's life, commanded her to go within.
The mother appeared as bo was standing
over his prostrate wife, and In time lo see
blm bold his pistol close to his wife's per
son, anil fire twice, Inflicting two fatal
wnunils. J. R. Hall testified that Radford
once told him that he would shoot bis wife
If she left hltn. Mrs. Their swore that
Radford told her of the murder an hour
after It had been committed, Radford Buy
ing, "I guess I'll swing for It."
The Military Fele.
Nasiiviu.k, Tenn., May 25 About
lifteen li nnd rod people attended the grand
military ball at the Capitol Thursday
night. I ho entire grounds were hrlllltintly
Illuminated. The Savannah cadets left last
evening for homo on account of the sick
ness of some of the members of the com
pany. The Washington artillery have finished
one of tbe most magnlllcant drills ever
The Alabama Stale Artillery finished the
programme fifteen minutes itliead of time,
The contest Is bclweeti it and the Wash-Ink-ton
company, lids of JUS) to ftio are
offered on the Crescents for first place,
with no takers.
Dloodeil Colt athot.
Cincinnati, May 25. -Among tha
horses that arrived Thursday from Los An
geles, Cal., was Aviilar, a 4-year-old colt,
purchased by stokes, of the Hoffman
House, from J. W, Marksv. of San Fran-
Cisco. While on the way fi the boat the
colt bmiino frlghinned by an elevated
train. It started to run and alriickoneof
lis lens against sutface car. The driver
was thrown but not Injured. Ntokes or.
dcred tho animal to be shot. It was
slrod by Sultan and was valued ! $5,000.
Killed by an i:iloloii,
CmrAdo. May 25.-A lllsuniick, Da
knis, special sava a boiler In the brick yard
pf Hly A Gisnberrv exploded vestenlar,
Instantly killing John llnssoii,' fireiicin,
jtnd Joseph l Middle, ciipcntei'. faullv In
juring James (luleiie and bitilly scalding
Daniel Lyons. Two olltcrs were slightly
Injured. Damage, $o,(HHi.
Cincinnati, Mhv 25. -Joseph Stelnau A,
Co., wholesale iiml letall Jewelers, 7.'l Fifth
stiot, assigned lo-dsy to Hlmon Woli
stein. The firm was not able to make a
tatement. of assets and liabilities, They
say the assignment was neoessltsted by lbs
action of some creditors,
, Ghrkswooi), Kr.. May 2ft. -A freight
train on tbe Reaver Creek railroad was
wrecked by a misplaced switch yesterday,
lilt bard Hays was killed and two colored
m badijr lujuretl.
The WesssUa Biaa't t:. .as.
Louwvati, May tt.-MIss Gists
Smith Is putting awy her unused wed
ding refinery In lavender, until It shall be
determined If her betrothed already bas a
buxom better-half in Poikopolls. She
was to have stood up with John E. Hop
kins, in Llederkranz hall, the other eve
ning, and vow to halve bis Joys and sor
rows. Howard is steward for the Standi
ford Hotel, and bas a flue reputation.
Miss Smith Is a graduate of a high school
and pretty. Just as the icing was belntr
put on the bride's cak somebody told
Smith here that Hopkins bad no legal rkht
to become his son-in-law. The wedding
was ileciaiod off, guests notified snd Hop
kins was banished the Smith mansion. He
Is taking stops lo approve bis Inno
Wai.hoi.la, D. T,, May 2ft.-Small-pox
has been prevalent In the half-breed settle,
ment of the Pembina Mountain district
three miles from here. Thursday the bod
les of Mrs. Grlnaras and a naw-born child
which had evidently been dead some days
were found locked up In a small bouse
which had been occupied br theGrlngras
family. Mr. (irlngras and his wife drove
out some time ago, and a trouble arose
which resulted In his wife beating her.
Returning he locked the woman In the bouse
and fled. He returned a few days ago and
died with small-pox. It Is supposed Mrs.
Gringraa gave birth to the child from the
effects of the beating.
DwioiiT, in., May 25.-Krult-growers
In many sections of Central Illinois sre of
the opnlnn that the recent frosts will not
dainaze fruit to any serious extent, and
the crop of all kinds of sma'l fruit promi
ses to be equal to thai of tho past two or
three seasons. Corn planting throughout
McLean. DoWltt, Livingston and other
counties In Central Illinois Is about over,
and, should the weather continue warm,
the growth will, no doubt, be rapid. The
acreage planted Indicates that most farm
ers have put in a larger amount of grain
than for many years past.
Throng m Bridge.
Joiikt, III., Msv 25,-The freight
train duo here at 8:30 Thursday nlifht on
the Rock Island road dropped through the
bridge across the Dupage river, eight miles
west of here. The engine and several oars
got across bofore tho bridge parted. Five
freight, one passenger car and the caboose
went into the- river. George Mellon,
brake msn, and two passengers, names un
known, were Injured.
A t ine f iha E.nrs... S)nl.K...
Ct r.viti.ANr, O., May 25. -W. G. Yates,
cal siient of the t S. Express Company,
ivs to-day that he calculates tht the
. - .unb no l-ail-uinm UJkl too
money in the pouchns stolen yesterday was
not more than $2,000. Evidence has been
discovered that Iho preparations for this
robbery had been making for several
weeks, and a clue to the robbers has heou
obtained, which promises to result In
s s ' "va
Aerated of Forgery.
MomtisroN. 111., May 25. -A traveling
man named W. S. Wiley, was arrested
here this morning upon the charge of
having obtained $150 upon a forged check
from a hotel man in Rock Islsnd. III.
W Hey is said to bo In tbe employ of H. H.
Painter A Co., wholesale shoe dealers of
Rochester, N. Y.
-' IHssrld l)via aa4 Wlls.
Hioominoion, III., May 25.-Ex-Vioe
Presldeut Davis and wife are expected to
arrive home in this city about the 7th of
June. It Is understood that the Ronator
has given up his contemplated trip to Eu
rope din-Inn the coming summer, out will
devote bis time upon his return home to
his own prtvote business affairs.
MAY 25, IS3.
CATTLE-Slow and sto tdy; 80(940 de
cllne from Mondays exports $5 88; com
mon lo fiir fi floras 5u.
" "'Ir 1 'j : ctlve and firm ; 6c higher;
light $H roi7 ;w mixed packing $tTfw
raj'tjo Vy pt,k,',1, nml "Mppln $7 25
CATTLK Good in I.aqv. .).... ik -i
- , . . " " ' un'i l n .Mies'
0 25: light to fair $5 25W5 75; common to
iiiriiiiiin native mutn 'jo ; fair to good
uoiorauowaoou; Southwest $3 75rS5 00;
corn fnil Tevans loftii iA,nmA ... i
Mockers U 40W4 5; fair to good feeders
$4 75foS5 50; common lo choice native cows
and hclfnra .i;t IViVtil 1A- .nn., ....... ....
kind X 50fS3 2ft; good cows and calved $30
uwi.? uui. aim araxKing: demand
iii inu ?x. .ti
flri; Baltimore end Philadelphia! $7 10(3
i o; riiiitn to goou mixou packing JO RO
iwi uu, utucners 10 extra iKai S3;
Skips an I culls $5ift3 25.
SlIEEP-Flrm, with a vood demand woll
met nt steady prices. Common to m osti
um $2 2503 50; fair to food $3 7Si3
4 50; prime $4 60fa5 00; Blockers $2 20
wa .0: isir 10 goott lexans $1 &Q(4 00;
spring lambs $1 oOrSS per bead.
Orstlsi, ;eic T
WHEAT-Hlgber, closing $1 12 June;
$118', July; $1 m August: $1 18
September; $1 ISk October; $1 o.1"
COIIN'-Weaker at 67 W June; MX
July; oil's f August; 52V year.
DATs Lower at 40 'iu June; iQSa
July; ill's August; .12 V year.
WIIKAT Higher, closing sit $1 19 June;
$120 fdH July; $1IH August; $1 22V
ncpteinoor! ti it H uctoner; $1
CORN Hlifher! 62K Jm
Julvi iVi's AtiKUst: 47 war.
"A 1.1 uowcr; n .nine; 41 July.
WIIKAT-Juue $1 '.M; July $1 24X.
Augunl $1 27.
COKN-June 06..ltily OUVj August
OATs-Jiine ASS'; July A7V; August
I'easitry frednee, Etc.
IIUTTKR oliolce in funny creamery at
IHrrfiO! secouds at licst dairy rates. Dairy
at 1A'iI7 for choice and fancv, occasion
ally IN was obtained for gulft-edge In a
small ways fair to good WtU; common
fiVoilO. Near-by packed has been accumu
lating for some time, and the market Is at
present largely overstocked, and there
seems to be 110 sale for it at till: quota com
mon 4Wl, fair 7rrf!i, unil good iortif.11.
KGGS-ltecelpts liberal, 745 pks., weath
er mlltler and lower to aellscurront reeelpts
offered at close at I4e nnd untakou.
LIVK POILTHY-Stipply of old
chickens largely In pxeess of demand, and
isles slow al declines: quote 1 cocks, $2 75r
8: mixed at $3 2.V3 60; bens $ ibrdi.
Market g utted with small and medium
slxed spring chickens, of which there Is
no ( eniHnil.at all-nomliml at $ir2 50; ao
j;"i'n5,l" Koodslicd sell fairly at
t J'KA D Quiet; Refined at $4 12K hard
Country markets unlet. Spot wheat
Better Ume. No. 9 spring 9s 2d 1 No.
prlng sad: Western Mlnter 9s Id.
western com better tone As tDsd. Demand
from United Kingdom and Continent
moderate for wheat and corn. Receipts
wheat past week 401,000 osntais, of wnick
'i " 'i
Is not- signing a pledge
or taking a solemn oath that
cannot be kept, because of
the non-removal of the cause
liquor. The way to make
a man temperate is to kill
the desire for those dreadful
artificial stimulants that car
ry so many bright intellects
to premature graves, and
desolation, strife and un
happiness into so man
It is a fact! Brown's Irom
Bitters, a true non-alcoholic
tonic, made in Baltimore,
Md.,by the Brown Chemical
Company, who are old drag
gists and in every particu
lar reliable, will, by remov
ing the rraving appetite of
the drunkard, and by curing
the nervousness, weakness,
end general ill health result
ing from intemperance, do
more to promote temperance,
in the strictest sense then
any other meant now known.
It is a well authenticated
fact that many medicines, .
especially ' bitters,' are noth
ing butcheap whiskey vilely
concocted for use in local
option countries. Such is
not the case with Brown's
I ron Bitters. It is a medi
cine, a cure for weakness
and decay in the nervous,
muscular, and digestive or
gans of the body, produc
ing good, rich blood, health
and strength. Try one bot
tle. Price 51.00.
O 3 iS
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71 OHIO LEVEE.
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A General Banking Pusiness
JJMTERI'RiSE SAVING BANK.
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TIIOH. AV. IIAL.I.IDA'N ,
FI.0VE, (tEAIN and ha
Egyptian Elourinff Mills
HitrheBt Cash Price PuJd for Wbwt.
PROPRIETOR OF" SrROAT'8 PATENT
Wholewnle J dealer in loe.
ICF BV THE CAIt LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED TOR FHIPPINO
Oar Loadw u Spfeolaltv.
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