Bellefontai'ne, O., March tí.- N. M. VVood, a large importer, made an assignruent in conrt. Slow oollections aud general bnsinesH depression is the canse given. Toledo, O., Marcb 6. - Being unable to meet a jndgment note for $48,280, W. H. Sobaría failed yesterday. A receiver haa been appointed. St. Pau], Minn., March 0.- Erlmanntrous Bros., raanufaoturers, made an assignment yesterday. Ever sinoe the eleotion of McKinley tbe fivm bas had a hard struggle. Inability to borrow money t'rom the banks preoipitated the colJapse. Harned, Ky., March 6. - Eli Pile, proprietor of a large general store and well known in local pulitics as a leading gold damocrat failed yesterday. Denver, Col., Maroh 6. - The connty conrt appointed a reoeiver yesterday for Charlee A. Estes, a wbolesale dealer in boots and shoes. Mr. Estes declared that slow oolleotions and hard times made him nnable to meet his bilis.