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MA8SACKED. Mexican Troops Ambushed in a Deep Canyon by Yaquis, The Savages Roll Down Immense Rocks on the Column from Cliffs Above—Victims Number 2OO. ]Kii>i:iii!.:; MIU>U ox WAHKAUK. !<A.\ (i.'iXio, C'ui., Way 3.—News is re- ceivL-i) iii-i-o that the Yaqiiis havu once ILIOIV iuLibtislujLl the AliixiuJiu soldicrd •sunt :i^'uin.st them. 3C.\-(Jov. Luis 3J. Torres, ^cncr;Ll. of • the uorthtm ;iucl western department* of Mexico, has been makiim' another campaign u^'itinst tho Vui"[m.s in south Soiiurn and iiuvlhurn fSimoiia. He luul au army uf over .')00 men, anil the plan was to dispose of the Yitquis question til once and forever. Tho report up the Itrffcr part of the crowd started . across the Abbey street bridge with ' the police close behind them. On reaching tho west side they scattered in every direction and the police returned to the stations. The mob was composed entirely of unemployed " Gold Bfllorre I* Reduced. NEW YORK, May 2.—The first midweek shipment of fiold this year will bo made when tho Teutonic will, carry 11,000,000 to-day to Europe. Of this amouMt the subircasury must furnish $920,000, reducing the sold reserve below $100,000.000 for the first time- since unemployed foreigners, mostly iprjo- j the issue of tho new fi p«i c-.eut. bonds, i rant Italians and l.'ulus, who have been ; Advancing rates for the exchange fur- i daily harauR-ued by labor leaders to Or-i nibbed immediate cause: for the shin- ' giiuize, '-- -•-- ' • ' K.UOU from has An organization with to 10.000 members been effected within, a. few rtiiys, ' largely composed ot unemployed ; men. It was this orifar-.i/.aiiou mat ' gave a May day parade Tuesday, and! encouraged by tl-.e siifrht resistance; with which they wen; mel ;,!ieu they | ,, started out a^-iiin 7,(JUO strong. Their 1 " ono purpose seemed 10 be .solely ono ol j riot ai'.d clcstniction. A PROiVllSING ACTRESS. PItilAiiilv linlntuil [ "Muruy on us," cried lOlainu's dear- Bays a force composed of soldiers taken | est frvn.l as she bound into the room from different raiments, accompanied ! and ''«P»«lctl her bundles on a chair, by ;i piirl-y ol n.itiuual militia in command ot » lieutenant colonel, were iu pursuit of tlio Yiiquis iu tlie Sierra tie nab L pi oven JtoSJbe the most satisfactory and popular "Book, o! the Fair 5 'yet offered at the price. Everyone is OF its beauty and elegance of design. As the weeks roll by and the series nears completion the demand for the parts constantly increases. The reason is apparent—the work advertises itself. js artistic in conception is accurate in detail is complete in design is the book for the people And can only be found at the Journal office, Those who have not been getting the parts as they arrive should not fail to call at once and secure the back numbers. Part 12 now ready See coupon on 1st page. America's Greatest Actors Are all portrayed in The Mario Burroughs Art Portfolio of Stage Celebrltless. Such a complete collection was never made before. Such an opportunity to •eoure portraits and biographies of the leaders In drama as that now offered to'the readers of the Journal has not occurred before. That Is why our Coupon Department le kept busy and our mails are loaded with orders from pie of taste with an eye for the beautiful. All are peo- Eager To Secure Theio maffnifioeet portfolloe while tho oiler of them at tho trifling sum asked by The Journal §till holde out. Each part contains twenty elegant halMono pbotegrapbe finished in two colors. Ten Parts Are Ready Tho last part is fully as Interesting as any that proceeded it, with tho portraits and biographical sketches of twenty famous favorites of the AmerU A Sliowt-r of jiowlclefM. On tlie iittornoon of the fifth ilay o( t!ia march the trail led tin- pin-suers into a long 1 , deep, narrow duillu in tho Siurni ilo liacutel. The walls of tha c:aD3 r ou were almost jireuipitous, ri.siag to a hoiylit in some pluueH over •J.OOO fec-t aud covered with brush. Ha,U thu daiitforous locality hud beun traversed with no bign o< life, when suddenly huge masses of rocks and bowlders from tho cliU nearly 1,500 feat above caiao bouudiui' down upon the liemmed-in column, crushinpf horses and riders into shapeless heaps. Higher aud higher rose tho war ories of tliu well-armed Yaquis, who now begun firing volley after volley directly into the strufffflinK mass below, where all was contusion. Cru«h«d tho Wuundod. Horses dashed through the broken coin ram trampling on the dead and wounded soldiers; men writhed and screamed under the weight of rock that had crushed them iuto the e»rth; others sanl; under the pitiless hall of bullets, and others less severely wounded aud those still unhurt sought the bushes on either tide &od watched with cocked rifle for some sjjrn of their blood-thirsty foes. In such confusion it was impossible for the commands of the officers to be hoard, but finally the colonel found u wounded bugler with yet life enough to suund a call. In a- few moments, although still in range of those deadly rooks and rifles, those of the wounded able to more with assistance were » tar tod back down the canyon, while thoia who were able to offer resistance fired volley after volley at random Iuto the bushes on the cliffs ,and had the BatUfaotion of occa»ionally seeing a half-naked Yaqui leap conraliiively from his hiding- place end coma whirling down through 1,000 feet of space. As rapidly as possible the remnant of tho column fought its way back to open ground, where its foe did not dare to follow, and, after a brief rest, dragged themselves bock along the route over which they had marched so cheerfully the day before. Two Hundred KUlod and Wounded, The number of killed cannot be accurately stated, but out of the column of BOO men it is said that at least '200 arc either killed or wounded. An additional force of 200 militia has been organized in Hermoslllo, and the campaign against this party of r»ds will be poshed vigorously. Torres himself and a imall party of soldiiirs retreated to Gnaymati. RIOTERS MOLD SWAY. o»n Do You Wonder Is It surprising that the demand for "Stage Celebrities" ehould bo so great as to amount to a veritable boom, whon twenty elegant portraits and biographical sketches of such famous folks can be secured for - ONLY TEN CENTS, with three coupons. That is the price at which The Journal offers them. CUT TUIS OCT. MAY 3.1894. MEMORIAL WAR BOOK COUPON. Three of these coupons iind ten cents tecurtu the cnrrent number ot t ue Memorial War Book. If prenented at the Portfolio Department ol The Journal. COX THIS OUT. CUT THIS OUT. IH1Y3,1SW4. STAGE CELEBRITIES, This Coupon «Ith two others of different dates, and Ten Cents, Is (toed for one tart, containing twenty portraits, ol llie Marie Burrough's Art Portfolio of Stage Celebrities. THE JOURNAL. CCT.THUI OUT Cleveland Unemployed Ql» Police a Hot Fliht. CLEVELAND, May 2.—A mob numbering 0,000 or 7,UOO men again assembled in the public square and marched out on a mission of destruction. On Scranton avenue every window was broken at the Variety iron works and the entire force of men working thers was run out. At the Upson nut and bolt works windows were broken, machinery smashed and the men driven away, Twenty-flvo men were driven from the Church furniture works. At thi» point the police charged the mob and drove it up the hill on Jennings avenue. The mob, after moving- up Jennings avenue, reformed and was apaiu and again charged by the police. Tho rioters had in tho meantime raided a scrapiron yard and armed themselves with pieces of iron. They wero ir> a frenzy of excitement and were constantly urg-ed on by their leaders to resist tho oQieers. At this juncture a largo reenforcement of police arrived on the scene and another charge was made on 'the mob with drawn clubs. The crowd showed fight only for a moment and then their ranks were broken and they scattered in all directions. The police in the meantime had used their clubs to such effoct that many of the rioters were laid low. Patrol wagons wore loaded with prisoners and hastily sent to the nearest station. Many of tho men threw stones and other missiles at the bluecoats from the vantage ground of Abbey street bridge. They were forced away, however, and ran like sheep, making' occasional stands to resist tho power of the law. Ou<* Dend, Fourteen Injurt-il. EALEIQit, M. C., May 2.—The large boilers at Robertson ..t Godwin's lumber mills at WiUiamatou 'Sjcplodod. There were fifteen persons in the building and all were injured. Isaac Uriffht was dead when taken out, and four others are dying. Several of those in- j-jred were women who had taken breakfast to their husbands who \vcre employed. One boiler was blown 30 yards from its bed. • After their ranks bad been broken •you look very nicu to-day, and, yes, there is a bunch oT roses on tlia table— somebody has evidently been henj. Who was he, Mi<J "'hat arc you liiiin-h- in^ nt?" "O, 0, it was too tunny; 1 shall die, I know J shall," and she Hew off. into a fresh paroxysm of Isiujfhtur. "Von miifhl as well toll mo about it," remarked her friend iu an injured tone. "I've g-ot to go to thi; dentist tomorrow, and the sleeves of my gown arc not nearly large enough, so I need cheering up." "Well', .you see—ha! ha! ha! The old hired girl h:i$ left aud the now oui; can't come until Monday, so 1' have been busy all tiny helping mamma, i had just finished tidying the parlors awhile ago and gono up-stairs when I hc.'ird thu door bell ring. I was suro it was you, and as 1 had something to tell you.—I've forgotten what it was, but it was something important—I flew down to open the door. And 0, Elsie, there was Dick Van Snollo!" "You don't mean it?" "I do; and O, you should have seen mel My face was dirty, I had on an old wrapper, and my head was tied up in a towel. Oh! I thought I'd simply die." "And no wonder!" "I stood there only a minute, but it seemed hours, and then he asked if Miss Elaine was in. It Hashed over ine instantly that he was so near-sighted he failed to recognize me in my disarray, so I just eourtesied and said: 'Will yez plazo to walk in, sorr, and I'll be after tcllin' her yez want to see her." "Well, you are a wonder! That all comes of your amateur theatricals. I'll never make fun of them again." "Well, I just flew up-stairs, got into an afternoon gown and sailed down, smiling sweetly and apologising for tho new maid—and ho never once suspected. '' "You don't say so! But perhaps he was only pretending?" "No, he wasn't, for he laughed and told me what a fright she was." "You don't mean it! What did you "O, I replied, meekly, that that was just the reason wo were sending her away."—Chicago Tribune. Sold Aentii. Peddler—Please, mum, would you like to buy a parrot? Mrs. Brickrovv—Now, what on earth do you suppose I want with a parrot? "Well, mum, it just occurred to me that you might save a good deal of time if you had one. It's a pity to aoo a intellectual woman like you obliged to waste time makin' calls on such a lot of ignoramuses as there is in this neighborhood when you might just as well be talkin' to a parrot" "I'll take one."—N. Y. Weekly. St:tt.uo to .>Inry V/awIiliig-Taii. TOX, .May '.!.—A eommittee composed of members of the Washington division of the army of the I'otomuc has been appointed to attend he anveiliilff of tliL- sta-tuc erected in of Mary Washing'tori, at Trod- ; i ericlisbiirg 1 , Vn... May 10. The initnovi- ties of Fi'^dtiricksbin'^' ha\ r c extended ati invitation to veterans lo meet in that historic city next yea:-. I iiHU.-d wltlj a. ::iu<J f ;.-on. I Klin-:, i'a,, May -'. — Henry C. YOUDR-, : of the wholesale raf linn of Young- j llrotherf?. was found <ie;ul in :i secluded part of the city. Tin; coroner's verdict was that Younf w:i- murdored, a bhidpeon linviny been u^t-d i.o crush his i skull. Youaf; was about yfl years old, 1 and hat! baeu until recently a student ; at law. • • Slilro Kuroda, M, A. C., Amlierst, Mass, Student I>«;:itli at Dr. ltor\viii. I • DEO.YTUU, Ind.. JIa.y •.'. —Dr. 'J'. T. Dor- i win, of this placf, president of the • Occatur national bank, died Tuesday J morning of paralysis. He was one of .' the richest men in Adams county. Tithing :i Rti-un .IflvuiitHKT**. "What do you do when your wife jfcts at 3-011 for coming home late?" asked the first deaf and dumb man. "Turn out the gv.s,' 1 responded the other. —Life. Foil from tbr Root In Ilia Douth. O.NJLBGA, 111., May 3.—II. li. Booth, an old and highly-esteemed citi/.eu, while cleaning the gutters on the edge of ihis porch fe'.l to the sidewalk beneath bead foremost and wnn killed. IMHII of 5)1,300,000 by rtre. TOULON, France, May 2.—Tuesday nig-ht a lire on the grounds of the ai-buual at Mourillon destroyed the great sawmills connected with tho arsenal, causing a loss of ¥1,300,000. At one time the shipyards were threatened, but the firemen, sailors and marines, after working three hours, succeeded in them. Health in Danger From Ovcrstudy— Great Health From Hood's Sarsaparilla. Hood's SaraipnriUn. lias hciipntcil people of irll nationnlilk-s. Testimonial Ivttvrsare coming to us dully liy the hundreds. One of tho recent contributions cojucs from ^Ir. Shiro Kuroda of Japan, a student at the Massachusetts Agricultural College at Ainlierst, Jlis letter followji '• Massachusetts Agricultural Auihcrst, " C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell. Mass. : I "Gentlemen,— I came to America in 1801 and i entered college In the following fall. After th» ; thorough attainment of my education, my object; | Is to return to my native country. !iut I must I not discuss my personal affairs. 1 wish to i Recommend to tho Public $ ' the wonderful healing power of Hood's Sirsv ! parilla, which is peculiar to itself. • "I have been aufterUig greatly from dyspepsia.. i I always felt tired and had no appetite what' ever, often felt dizzy anc 1 . even fainted away.. My trouble was, no doubt, du« to my weak con-' gtltntion and strict adherence to study. Had I continued in tho same condition it would hav» resulted in a snare to ray health, or to my college course at least- J.ast spring I tool: threcbottles- of iiood's Sarsaparilla. It is A Wonderful Medicine. * It gave me a good appetite and strength, suck as I had nevir experienced before. Two week* after I begaa to tako the first bottle I actually calned ten pounds of flesh, and now I am greatly Indebted to iiood's Sarsaparilla for tb»t THIS MARKETS. —The Egyptians moved great masses ot stone without the aid of machines. Large blocks were drawn up inclined planes of earth or stone. Sometimes 500 men were required to dra^ OB* block into its proper position. Urmlo, Provliloni, Etc. CHICAOO. Maya. FLOUH—Dull and unchanged. Quotable: Wuuer-Pulenis, K.80®3.<W; sinilghis, M.003 in; clears, »2.'-»J" W; seconds. $16*81.00: low grades, tl.30®1.7iX Spring - Patents, te.203 3.50; straight*, ti.20-ai.00; Linkers', tl.7tQ2.IO; low grades. ki.40ai.Mi Bed Dog. tl.3txat.40; Rje, 8!.40®2.50. WnJiA'l^— Moderately active and stronger. Cash, 57H@58o; M&y, 57y4i»53o; July, 5»as9*o. COHM—Qulat Bud Urm. No 2, 875fo; No. 2 Yellow, 38WO885io; No. 3, 87:40; No. S Yellow, 38 <a»8!ic: Mfty, 87<iO37^o; June, 8bHffi»8?4C; July, as?tO99Hot Septomber, Sd^^tOVio. OATS — Fairly active and Unbar. No. 1 oiah, 33^334^0; M»r, 33xeM<M; Juiie, S3y S3)ta; July, W>^328J(c; September, t£HO2i)ic. Samplei In fair demand »od Urm. No. 3, S*<J »<«c; No. 3 White, 8«&3<fcc: No. 2, maaw, No. i White, S4HiB35)i<X HT»—Dull and «uj. Na 2 cash, 45o, and •ample lou, iTOWo. May delivery, <Da BABUIT—Very little coining la Choice by •ample, 6*3Mo; fair to good, M^SSo; common, iA&AOc, with screenings US OOJJ1T.60 per ton. Miss poiiK—Tradlng aull and prlcca lower. Quotation* ranged at K12.17^aii3r« for cash rcrulmr; t!2.iiali32H for May, aud IUJiH3 18. SO for July. LAUD—Very qulei and lower. Quotations ranged »t t7.2&$7.<£^ for caib; K.&V.UH tot May; 17.1087.17* for July, and !7.0Ttta T. iff for September. LIVE POCWBT—Per pound: Chickens, 7& THo; Turkey*, ifflVc; Duoks, »iJ10c; Gooao, M.O«tlB.OO per doMQ. Dl'TTBB—OroBmery, 9Ol*c; Dairy, I2O100; Ptoklng Stook, 8O«c. QiU-WlMOosin Prime White. 7(40; Water White, 7*oi Mlohlgan Prime Whito, 8Mo: Water WhlM, to; Indiana Prime White, 8*0; Water WMto, 8Kc; Headli(ht, 17& toat, 8^0; Qan- ollne, 87 deg's, 11 HO; 74 dog's, do; Naphtha, 03 do* 1 *, «KO. LiquoK* — DUtUled splrlta itoady on Ui* bast* ol It 11 per gaL (or finished Rood*. clearness o! my head which enables me to study (or noun without dizziness of faintncss. It Ismy desire to recommend Hood's Sasapanllft. most highly, wan excellent -student's helper,'' Sunto KrjBODA, M. A. C., Amherst. Mass. 1 Heod's PHI* «" r « Constipation by restor- |mj tte pealatalttfl action oItL*»llmentarycaD»ii NEW YORK, May I WBBAT—No. t red opened weak; Muy and July gold to the lowest point yet reached, 60ft OOOXc, and 02XO623i° respectively; December, 678-10908*0. CottH—No. *, f»lr, Bteady, but afterwards eased on*. July, 4<xc. OATS—Na £ firmer. May, SS^c; July, 397iO 97c: tracli white State, liaitte; traclt white Western. <2O46c. PnonsioKS — Beef dui). FiroWy, HLW& 11.00; citro mesa, J&00. Pork easy. Now mes§, Iia76<aii00; family, Iia60©15i0a Lard weak, prime Western »tenm, tT.OD; uomlnuL TOLKDO, O., May C. WHEAT—CJulei, steady. No. 1 cash and May, 57!jc; July, 69V{c; Augusl, 60iic. CoilN—Dull No. 2 cash, 3»c: M»y, 3S>ie; July, S»?lc. OATS—Firm. No. -' rnlxeJ. Me bid; No. 3 \Thitfl, ao'^c. UTB—Sloady. C:isU, 50c bid. CLOvmtSEEU—Quiet. Prime cash, fS.iW; October, J4.8fi. KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when rightly used. The many, who live better than others and enjoy life more, with less expenditure, by more promptly adapting the world's best products to the neeos 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 the form most acceptable and pleasant to the taste, the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of a perfect laxative ; effectually cleansing the system, dispelling colds, headaches and fevers and permanently curing constipation. It has given satisfaction to millions and met withithe approval of the medical profession^ because it acts on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels without weakening them and it is perfectly free from every objectionable substance. Syrup of Figs is for sale by all druggists in 50c and SI bottles, but it is manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only, whose name is printed on every package, also the name, Syrup of rigs, and being well informed.jon will no', accept any substitute if. offered- Live Stock. CKiCAao, May £ HOGS—Market actlvo and Btrong early, but Jutcr ruled weak and prices docllnotl 5c. SMp- pers wore tho principal buyord. Sales riuued at H70aD.iS for Pigs: W.O&aft.3i for light;- M.9036,10 for rough packing; 85.10S5.SO f 0r mixed, and tA.liab.U for lioary packing and shipping lots, CATTLE—Market tulrly uciive. Prices SffilOo hlg&er. Quotations rouged at M404K.M for cliolce to extra snloping Swers; M.T5SH.SU for nood to cboioe do.; 83.308170 for fair to Rood; JlOOffilM for common to mefilum do.: 13.10.ft3.3u for butchers' Stoera: S2.80J3.10 for StocUi'rs: 113003.80 for Feeders; Sl.90O3.40 for Cows: f2.90$a50 for Heifers; riOOaaio for Dulls; !«,;oas.7b for Toxus Steers, :md sa;S 4J4.IO for Veal Calves. The Era of BIn«ele. This Is an athletic ns«. Everybody wants to be stroHR. ThecrnM.—far it tins well nlKh readied that BMRe-nflects botli svxosand even cLlldliood The pugilistic phase of this fad In JOHIIK America is by no means morally promising. Eut It is one tiling to be endowf d with vlnor and another lo be Sandowed with muscle. Super muscularity Is often Induced by physical effort perilous to health and calculated to sliorten Ufa The vigor which meansarcBuhiranu efllctent discharge ol the physical Junctions, Is the first medium at which all may safely aim without causing ruptures or breaking blood vessels. Hosteller's Stomach Bitters Is largely condu=lve to a gain In vleor of this sort, since It stimulates and assists digestion, promotes regnlar bilious secretion and keeps the bowe'i in order. lujnrloni CBtburtlea, Aro you aware that the use of purging teas are Injurious—they dilute the stomach lluide, impair digestion, do not movo the secretions or bile—physicians never use thorn. The best cathartic ie a good pill—but you must get reliable ones. Rinehart'a are the best—only one for a doso, pleasant In action. For tale by B. F. Keeslinf and Keystone drug store. Great Trlnupb. Instant relief experienced and per. manent cure by the most speedy and greatest remedy in the world—Otto'a Cure for lung and throat diseases. Why will you continue to Irritate your throat and lungs with that terrible hacking cough when Ben Fisher, 311 Fourth street, sole agent, will furnitb you a free sample bottle of this guarantee remedy ? Its success in simply wonderful, as your druggist will tell- you. Otto's Cure IB now sold in every town and village on this continent. Samples free. Large bottles 50 cents. IIooco Cl«*nliic. The time Is now at hand, It's comi mendable and neoeisary—but bow about the house within you. It his need of cleansing, to insure health and the beat remedy to use it Rinehart's Pills. They are better tfctc. sargaparllas, etc. More potent and permanent in results. For sale by B. F. Keesllng and Kaystone drug store.. for Over Fifty Yean Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup hM boen used for over fifty yeari .by millions of mother* for their children- while teething-, with perfect success. It soothes the child, softens the gumi, allays all pain, cures wind colic, and IB the best remedy for diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor little suffere? immediately- Sold by druggints In every part of the world. Twenty-five canto a bottle. Bo sure and »eif lor 'Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup'' ftnd take no other kind. ftlad TidlBK*. The grand specif for tho prevailing malady of the ago, dyspepsia, liver complaint, rheumatism, costiveness, general debility, etc., Is Bacon'e Celery King for the nerves. This preat herbal tonic stimulates the dl« gestlve organs, ragulates tho liver and restores tho system to vigorous health and enerpies. Samples free. Large packages 50 cents. Sold only by Ben Fisher, 311 Fourth street. If you feel dull and have DO appetite tako Rinehart'e Liver Pills; 1 a dose. For sale by B. F. Keesling and Keystone drug store. 1£ jou lack energy and are drowsy, take Rinehart'a Liver Pills; 1 a dose. For sale by B. F. Keosling and Keystone drug store. A skillful physician originated and used Dr. Wheeler's Nerve Vitallzer during many years practice. N» opium. Free samples of Ben Fisher.

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