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CAIRO. ILLINOIS. FRIDAY. APRIL 11, 1873.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND C0D1
' Preaching," Sabbath at 10) t.ra. Mid 7) p.m
Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7i p. lu.
sabbath School, 3 p.m. J. M. Laniwlen, bu
'Mrlntelldeirt. 1UV. II. TTIAYKR, Fator
METI10'DWT.-Cor. Eighth nd W"'
l-reaching. .Sabbalbat 104 a.m., , n1 P-
Preaching. .Sabbalbat 0, a.m., -na . " I ' 1 '
RfS'iupSr. "'Mi Phtinw.u, GEN. MoLOWK- TO BE
m&umm.' k2C? f. l. thomphos, poiNTKD UNITED STATU
MARS HA I, OF OEOR
I UETTElt FROM M.EACH M, THE
! MODOC PEACE COMMLS-
-. . SIONER.
I . i-i-
TUB IMFKJJl-MKNTy 10 SPEEDY
AwcIatlon, by the Kir.t MMouary lisp-
,ti.t Church ol Calm.
Ks.V. riuLUMoM LEONARD, Faitor.
AnilCAN METHODIST. Fourteenth, be
twetu Walnut anil Cedar.
rienlc. .Sabbath. 11 a.m.
habeiu Scliool, 11 l.m.
CIkm meet at a .ia.
KECOND HtKK W1U. IIAMIKIWIf-
leentb 3tret., Itween l alnut and Cedar.
irvicc Sabbath. U ami 3 p. m.
Ukv. N. Kickh, Pastor.
vita: will HAi-nsr home miion
m Aim ATI I .SCHOOL. Comer Walnut
and Oilar Street.
Sabbath School. I' a.m. ,,. ,,,,.,
fiilst free will uaptit church
service, Sabbath 1 1 a.m.. 3 p.m. A . i P. m.
Ukv. Wm. Kki.lky. Pator.
KIKSV MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHUUCH.
-Cedar, between Mtitb and Tenth Mi.
Prearhltie; Bahbath, HJ a.m. and 74 p.m. ,
-irajr meeting, t. edne-dsy etculng.'
a. - abbalh School. H p.m. J''t" ) nxtr
" and Marr Stpbeu. iipcrlmndtnt.
ilKV.-T. J. SHolttt), l'ator.
Stret, between tvdar and Walnut. I lie
only UaptUt cl.urch rccoRjikcd by the A
MK'latlun. " .
9erT!ce, SabbatU, 11 a.m. 3 p.m. ami . p.m.
Hrv. Jacon llHAitr.v. Kblir.
cmmicR or tsr kedeksuumepI'co-
V!K,rti!nsprayertVflfbbth 101 .
KTffttnir flrypT, 7 p.tn.
. Bbv. i C0A5, lUclor.
Ti P ATJtlCK'fl CIIL'UI It-Ninth .St. and
PulpMntenb, .Sabbath S:10 Ain) 101 a.m.
:ab!atb ricbool. 2 p.m.
Ukv. P. J. O'llALLORAK, Prirnt.
iloM, cvtry .Sabbath at 10 o'clock . I". .
VtHn; 4 .'m.' 4 ... m
iikv. r. I ori MA.v. Prl"t,
...... v.iti linn i-til A IIUM'IK.
lib irl 1.1 IIMLA.t Ullk lftVa 1 . .1
Katwef bftWfen Wa-hltiKttm Avtniio and Wauii.voto.v, AprTt 10. It l reported
W autut .trcei. ,...,!,.,... ' tljut thu prctl tnt will appoint Oon.
-bbatb School atSuVlock p.m. Ltf-iyo.tH McLiWu untied 3wit n.Hr-lial
" t UitV.Uon'T. IIklhio, Pitnr. fof Uw)r).u
iHiulk'lllV U.M f .
iiUN-lleKiilur tiieetliiK Miiolld Monday i.tuiA.- 'i.r.-.
- ' each tnontiiat their room over Itut Vwell m Tlie incretary f th lituri .r rwivd h
JtCo'slKJoVitori-, Commercial )hU . fr0ll) iioi, 1MV (jjmtul-.i.,nr
.:th:1'r,,rU'"t,U'!,trl "" ' Mh.,n( In whk&Mjy- ..y. th,
L W. fiTH.Lwr.LU PreIJent. I ,rnciprt Iinpc4limi'f?iio i4.-;.itltloni
. KCO.NI AllhaluNAItV ILVPI Kl' i , , ft-,"? th it "tV ilkul by the
, !U1a. . .UcU, -n oo,n,y J,.ry U I,. S!ve
o'clock a. m. and So'elycU p. m. j Ul) fur n'.nHhinwt. '!' ii.tce otim-
SrJ.?.c!?rAL"S --d th. m'l.tury ,.ro
lUQlHUtUI ... .. . ...... ,
working toc'.hur harmoninutiy , to
orcm'! tbti dliiru'lof ttss Jloddc, 'but
dillieulti'!! are tncounicrcd'from ths in
tervention of bid whit- men, whom f'ir
mirccnary rneurM dlr.i n prolonun
tion of the war. Mojchun y tho de
lr of tho ovnrniK.'bt il woll under
toxl by hl eoUmgnn anS'Thi inllltary,
and no infant will he leftui.l'iedto secure
pec Secr'Ury DtUtio advlod the mil
itary tint to give up thu indtci'd Indiani,
but ralhor remove them if tliy jorrender.
Tnecommiioner of lndlin Affilri re
ceived a letter from .Sup'.. JU.n. tUtiog
that ho hal not yet dinoovered who vera
tho porpelralora ol the m'irJer of the
govvrnuitiiit turvqyori. 11') rajiorh tt.A
Cheyennet and Arapahoe d'Hurlird in
their butlilo nidi by thi while oulh of
the Arkanm river, utidn their j
lr.ity of lb05 proviJ j
that thoy may hunt at long a they doilre.
Thy aro alio tlUtarbe 1 and Injured by '
out Uwt'd whttkey trader), and diitii-Oed-
with the ippoarance and itay of the
urvi.yor on their roiorvatjon, but djny
any knowledge of rcc.-ut jnurdera. Kx
cltement hnt rin lilli among them,
In 'conpftionce of . th murder
of fnvorAl of their number
whllo returning from New Moxiwi, a$
previously reported, but the exciteipent
il lubilJing, and Iltas uyt we 'ihI1
dou tle iwintrjl them if th bifdur citi
zeni can bu properly rotrninr-d. Tho
cominliilonor of Indian atTitirs ha called
tho attention of the secretary of the inter- '
lor to tho recent murder of surveyors, and j
requeati the tecretary to obtnln from tho
president an order for tho stationing of
twocompanlen ol trcKp In the vicinity of,
Pueet. Tho secretary will tnako tho do-
Tho pro-ident luucd an orlor to-day
changing the boundaries of the Omnha and
Grand Iiland land diitricti nt rccom-
monded by tho secretary of tho interior,
uied to make extravagant contract, Ibi.t
the talo of bondi might be further ttitun
A woiikixqmav'b COSfVtSTlOS
Will be held in thit city on tho 22nd Intl.,
to take action to Insure tho speedy onfofcu
mont of the eight hour law. Working
men In general have little sympathy with
the nj;lti.toM, aul do not cre to Invito a
repltitlon of the (1'&iIim of last year.
' l .T!!K BTHtSC FAIL.
The striko of th j ks men Is considers I
a failure. To-Jay a mtmb-ir of gas men
from other cities arrivod at the Now
York coinpiny's works by sleamor, and
more Itnllatis woro relieved from duty, to
their grent joy. The giS metres aro flf
tnit, an t bifo'ro'thij end of the waak, tht
uffljors say, everything will bo Ruing on j
with f.lJ-time rrguUrity. The police aro j
till on guard, and this morning atr'ctte-f i
ivi3 m knr for anu It nir workmen. 1
I JLtnitKAL DONATIO.H.
R05TOX, April 10. A gentleman wh)
wlthholls his name has given $25;oOO U
tbo Mhnachuset'.s Inslltl-in of Techmol-OS?-
inc C .VALRT.
Yamrt jK. D, T., April 10 Cmpany
T, "f ih rhvalry arrival here this mornlnc;
and tho ital&noo of the rennen. will fol-.
low lo-Iay, and lo-morrow they tll po
Into catnu bvru for n month, till tho grtfi
uriw, when they will march up.tW Mis
Atrl fivof to their p-wlilun on thu.rpro
pinod lino of' tln Nflrth'-rn Paciflc jj. K.
rapidly rlslog river. Loss ottlmated at
OALTEsToy, April 10. Tolegrami and
prlvato intolllgenc from twenty-thru
countld report tbe killing by the frost of
crops and frulu of all kinds. Replanting
lias commenced. Thnse counties embrace
u large portion of tho cotton growing db
AHIIE3T OF CAUL VOGT TH
MUUDUWEIl IN NEW
Sterling itrtns;, 7JQ7J for sixty days and
81 for tight, Ootd quiet and Heady
I7118; closing 18J. Loan 17 per
cent and 1-16 till Saturday. Clearing!
117,000. Receipts 671,000. Governments
firm and a illght advance. Btata bondt
Itl and Pall ol the Blvera
KorM hour etidliig 3-p. m., April 10,1673.
COLEMAN THE MEMPHIS MUR
' DEHER DISCHARGED.
WRIGHT, TUB WASHINGTON
MURIUM! Kit, MOVKSFOKA
SHOOTING OP A WOULD-BE SEDUCER.
CcjtyMKAri, April 10 Tbe Amcrlca!i
Irabl so.cloTy 6f New Yotk, anil tho
Western tract and book society of Cin
cinnati, have unhod and boresftcr will to
the only doposltory in Cincinnati.
CA1T. JACK VnY MAD'
Saw Fkasciico, April 10 On Tuesday
tho commissioners sent Rud Hoy's squaw
to Capt. Jack to arrange the time and
New. Yoitit, April lO.-Cnrl Vogt, al
leged tuurdoror of Chevalier D' Bianco,
vrm arreted by tho Unltod States mar
shal on atliUvlts in. tho case mido by
Reljllng, Gorman consul at this port,
who clnitns the cp. cornel within the
Jurlsdictlor. of his government.
JlEUruis, April 10. Robert II. Cole
roan, charged with tho murder of John
Newel, wan discharged to-day, tbe stato
having failed to make out a esse against
WANTS A NKW TRIAL.
Wauisoto.v. April 10. The counsel
" . Tiir v AsriN'3.
iOAlltO COMMANULItY, NO. Sil1
a Atecaulr at trie Aayiutn jtanie nan,
and third Monda) In each month.
CAIRO COUNCIL, No.2l. Uesulr Conyo.
cation at Matotilu llall, tbe rccoud l nil.iy
in each month. .....
CAIRO CUAlTr.lt No. Jl.-Uefru ar Con-
vocation al juaaomc xiaii, mo
' Tuewlay ol every montu,
...mi. i niir.i' i -m l
lar ComtnunlcaUona at Jlasonlc UaU, lUe
ccond aud fourth Mondays of each month.
ALEXANDER LODGE, Si -Meet In Odd
' Kellowt' UaU, In Artef building, ever)
' Thunday e enlng at b o'clock.
1 . A A. M.-Rept-
plsc for ariotber talk. Wbilo tho squaw ! for Wright, convicted ef tbe murder of
Uoeertkl. to-dav entorcd a motion for a
now trial, taking exception to tho chargo
of tho court, and also on the ground ,oi
lv discovered uvidence. 1 be motion
is to be argued oa Monday.
Sx I'hanci-co, April 10. This after
noon John Sarauol shot ond Instantly
killed Elihu. a murchant. An odlcer re
ported the merchant attempted to seduco
nn of Samuel's daughters over a year,
...n noaml was married, and the
father of avvectoon children.
was there some of Cupt&ln Bernard's sol
diers came and took four of Jack's horses
which made Jack very mad, he abused ber
roundly nnd refuted a talk with tbo com
missioners. Orders wore given to return
the burses. Jack's men ara busily engag
ed making rode fortifications, and nuking
every necessary preparation to flgbt.
TI1KKE UUPIEI RECOVKKKD.
nilLirAT, A,rll 10. Tho New York
wreckers arrived at the scene of tho
vrreck to-dny. They got all tho appa-
atus ih order, and will cnm'mcnco worts
lnthamurutn;. I'hoy will probably blov
in the ihlpi Throe bodies of steerage pass-
engors rooovorel to-dy.
' COlIJIimoNKK OKELLT,
New .York, April 10. Thu Herald'
nvtpaipeclal says tho csp'aln general
b'Ss ordorJd'O'Kelly to be sant to San Do
mingo for trial, notwltbiunding the In
tercession of the United State. -ionsul,
Gen. Forfeit), who at the prisoner's re
ijucit asked tbit be be brought to Hai
THE BIDWELLS THE REAL
PERI'ETHATORS OF THE
liit 69Uic. Coffe dull and nominal.
Sucar easy. HolaMt quiet ana irta.
r.irt qntei ana arm; nw wan ii.,
ISaiOe. Beef quiet and uncbansjad Cut
meats quia1: shoulder 4h ; uMdiaa steady
weatarn S U 9c; L O 9)cS elty S O fl-
iird steady; western steam trsgot;
New Orleaks. April 10. Floor tras;
family 19 'iJIO 95. Corn lywer, whits
lira ooo. u a moau uun,
c. Bacon 7Jl0c; bams
niton quiet; lelCJc; low
q aiaaiinf sve; ssiia-
dllng Orleans 19,c
ISA VIII Y. llAll.At.ll.
OltMjrvor Si. Her. U. H. A.
New OP.LK4.vi. Aorll 10. Arrived : Tom
Sisper, 11 O Vaegcr, St. Lout. Departed !
Tlionipoii Dean, .St. Louis. Weather clear
1'iTTSiiuno. April io-inver rising stomy
with 111 teet & liicli.H water la the cltannci:
we.ithci clear and plca.ant. Arrived : Tow
boats Fcarlevi, Abe McDonald, Hot net No i
wlh tows, unit are activdly engaged nrepar-
ln lor early departure; a number will
ably get out tivmorrow,
PROGRESS OF THE
Governor John L. P.cvcrldge.
, Lieutenant-Governor r .. .. .
BecreUry of State-UeorKO II. Harlow,
Audlterof SUte-C. E. Lippincott.
at. ia Tr.Liiri- rmuar ltiltz.
SERIOUS DAMAGE BY THE
FALL OF" A RAILROAD
THREE BRIDGE PIERS SWEPT
AWAY AT LITTLE ROCK
Attorney General Jame K. hdaii. I - , u
8upt. Public Instruction N.ewtouUatcman I commissioner of gonornl land olllce, bona-
Senators-Richard J. OgIc-.by and John A.
Representative Eighteenth DiMrict-Ifacc
ui-Miipnn nKNKllAL ASSEMBLY.
Representatives In the r.oth dl-l-jct.-John
II. Oberlv. Win, A. Lemma and Math-
iw J. liKcorc. , .
Senator for the 50Ui district. Jcs-e w are.
Judice D. J. Baker, of Alexander.
State's Attorney Patrick U. Pope.
Clerk It. 8. Yocum.
Hherlff A. U. irvln.
Wo, Martin Assemor and Treasurer.
. . t,Aim.V. Orou.
Associates J. E. McCrlte and S. Marchll-
Clerk Jacob 0 . Lynch.
Coroner Joun u. uoasman.
Mayor John M. Lantiden.
Treasurer It. A. Cuimlugham.
Comptroller E. A. Burnett.
Clerk Michael llowlcy.
Marshal Andrew Cain.
Attorney r. li. rope.
Police Mairitxat F. Bros and II.
Chief of Pollce-L. n. Myers.
. . HKLKCT COUNCIL.
Mayor John M. Latifden.
First Ward P. G. Schuh.
Second Ward C. It. Woodward.
TWnl Ward Jno. Wood.
Knurth Ward S. Staata Tavlor.
Cltr-aHrgo W. P. UalUday Dd I).
BOARD OP AIJIFRMEN.
first Ward -James Itearden, A, B. 8af
Tsecond Ward B. n. Cunningham, E. Bu
tter. O. rJlancei, iuiu owayae.
TWM Ward Win. Stratton, J. B. Phllll.
. Vaurtn waru iiuu. xi. nuuiusuu, u. u.
Hesse, J. H. Metcalf.
tor Hitchcock, nnd ex-Represontatlvo
Little Rock, April 10. Tbo eonate
to-day passed a bill creating a stato bord
of canvassers, consisting of the lloutonant
governor, auditor and treasurer, and r.
raombcrof each house of tho goncrnl ns-.
semblv, who aro to havo chargo of tho
olection and registration machinery of tbe
state. The measuro was seriously de
nounced by tho Democrats. The bill to do-
nato all forfeits! bonds of the state now,
and to bo forfeited for tho next Qve years,
ti cortsln railroad corporations, was de
feated in the house to-day.
VERY UNFAVORABLE WEATnEU
FOR THE ATLANTIC WRECK.
NO ABATEMENT OF TUB FLOODS
IN THE EASTERN STATES.
Cl NCI KM ATI,
TBE ILLINOIS TRAGI
WHY THK WIFE OF TBI 11
WORK MA BUTC'BKKEl
THltoK NAUGHTY J
COLLECTION OF HORACE
PRKMONT AND THE MEM
PHIS AND EL PASO
TIT R GAS MEN'S STRlIvfi lr-
LIEVKDTO llr At'AiLUUti,
CONSOLIDATION OF TRA0T AND
H. WARDNER, M. D.
Office and Resldenco 111 Commercial ave-
nue, (next uoor iu n ...v.......;,
oreelet'b life insurance.
New York, April 10. Insurance on
Horace Greeley's llfo of $100,000 lias been
collostcd. The policy 1s tho largest puiu
in tho last doendo.
Has boon created In Wall stroot by the an
nouncorncnt that tbo grand Jury 1ms sum
moned several loading bankors who aro
In Ml nnd In tnll all thav ktlOW tlOOltt 11
DR. B. 0. TABER,
t, nr.ctlce ot his profession
V"..T.t rrirunce to tho electrics
."irS "V; ; Au.i in sll the new and im
s- pWVeasBO-u.-.-rr ----- ... , d
in au caaea 01 - inclined. 10 veil nu tuey uhot ..uv --- .
XSS.- 1 cHqae formed, and forming, and to g.vo ------- w
iuiuamv..lu...,.,., - ....
a ,',... ,TTv.. I IS ptoasaiiv iu-uhj
. .. r.l ,....IK.,1 HRIT1QE VIERS WAH1IEPAWAV.
nay. o, tne .uuu.vuu .rime " - ... . Throo ,,,8r,,
each nftv lost ir. lont'tb, of the brldgo
bridge at Morgnntown, Indians, on lite
Ciuolnnatl arid Martlnvillo rallroud, lell
this inornlnic while carpenters were work
Ingon It. dangorously Injuring three, and
sivorely, two others.
Auburn, N. Y., April 10. Tho Osweco
river is tbo highest slnco 1865. Several
frame building wore swept away, and
others injured. Tho dam at Noyes
wollen factory was also torn nway, and
good carried down the stream, Involving
a Ion of So.OOO.
Rochester, April 10. Tho flood Is
about tho samo as yesterday, but mucn
higher in tho ttppor valley of tho Genosee.
TUB ATLANTIC WRECK.
Halifax, April 10. Two schooners sr.
rived this morning with a lot of goods
saved from tho wrock ol tbo Atlantic
Tho collector of customs wont down to tho
wreck. A strong southeast wind snd rain
with a heavy ses, Is bad for tho wrock.
Titusville, Pa., April VI, Tbo Alle
gheny river still contiiiuoi at flood stage,
having risen four inches to-day. a no
water is nourly up to the socond floors on
Sonoca and. other low streets at Oil City,
wbilo othor portions of tho flat on tho
East snd "West sldos nro flooded. Trains
on tbe Franklin branch of tho Atlantic
and Qrost Western railroad aro discontin
ued between Franklin and Oil City, tho
track In somo places being threo to four
feot undor wator. Wo boar of no oxton-
LondjN, April 10 Dovelopomcnli
inado in the Bank ot England forgery
case, which was beforo tho lord mayor
again to-day, conclusively establish tho
fact that tho forgeries were committed by
Ati.tin Bid well, now under arrest at Ha
vana, whose surrender Ins been ordered
by tho Spanish govornment, Geo. McDon
nell bold for extradition in Now York,
Oeo. Bldwoll whose arrost in EJinburgh
his already been announced, and Nnyei
the alleged clork of tbe parties who woro
first taken into custody here. Bldwoll
snd Noyos were both beforo tho court to
day, and after examination were remanded
Bayounne, April 10. Tho Carllsts
continue to bombard tho town of Pulger
do. Rlief fcrlho garrison has been sent
from Gorona. Brlgadlor General Coma
mis has buaton a band of Carllsts undor
Jollva, who were menacing Oelonl. Mir
res, at the bond of ft considerable force of
in.nn.nnt. has lovled a contribution
of 10,000 francs on tho villa
Fiancift, and demands its imtnodlato pay
ment ty tho municipality, thrnatcnlng tha
town with the fate of Beigla if the money
is not forthcoming. Tha place being well
defended tho authorities refuse to yield.
Trieste, April 10. The United States
steamer Brooklyn arrived to-day with tbe
Supply In tow. The Supply brings Amcr
ban contributions to tbo Vienna expos!
Kva.ssvii.lic. April 10. Weather clear
and frosty, but pleasant. Mercury 39 to 00.
Kiver latien one loot, up: &mer inornc.
E Rankin, Fayette, Atkausas It-llo.
Down: Morning star, Anient, Uowllug
Ur. in biii.lD.esi fair.
Nashville, April 10. After a slight
riso the river is again residing, with 8
feel scant on harpeth shoals. Weathor
lr and-pleasant. Arrtvoa: ono. s.
Itran.ford, upper Cumberland. Departed:
Tyrone, Ciro; Jno. S. Bransfcrd, upper
Vicksuuro, April 10. Down: Bod-
man and Grand Lake. Up: Allegheny
Utile, Capitol City, and City of Quincy.
Weathor clear and cool- River rising.
MEMPUip.Aprll 10. Weather clear and
p'easant. Tho river is now rising slowly
Arrived: Pal Roeors. 'Cincinnati; Falls.
Pilot, Louisville: Kanawha, Ohio river.
Denarted last nitflit: Commonwealth and
KmIol'i? and barces. New Orleans; U S
Turner, Cincinnati- Oret Republic, New
Orleans; City Ol Chester, rt. ljoulS'
Lolmsnille, April 10. River rising; 10
fool 7 Inches in canal, B feel 7 Inches In
chute. Weather clear and cool. Business
flr. Arrived: Henrv Probssco. Charmer
Thomas Sherlock, Cincinnati; Lawrence,
Nashv c: John V Parker. Jlempma
Departed: Lawrence, John D Parker,
Cincinnati: Probasco. MemphisijHhsrlock
New Orleans: Charmer. Evanivillti Lo-
.il inspector at this nort to-dav sus
ponded tho llcenso of Wm. Varble, falls
pilot, for drunkenness wnue oringing mo
Chsrmor up tho falls March 31. The In
spectors also severely censured Capt.
Tichenor of the Charmor, for employing
Varble white drunk and declared license
Cincinnati, April 10. Rlvor 29 foet
and rising. Arrived, Arlington. Mem
phis; Alaska, Now Orleans; E. II. Dur
Little Rock. April 10. Clear and
pleasant. River 11 tet and still rising
rapidly. D'pirled: Mnlllo Ebert, above;
Kd In bury. New Orleans; Anne, Memphis.
Tor river has risen about 20 feet during
tho past 48 hours, and is still rising rapidly.
Little Red river is overflowing its banks.
White river Is very high.
St. Louis. April 10. Arrived: aiaroio
C'tv, Vlcksdurg: Hover, Ohio river;
Hawkeve. Fo i. Parkersburr, Nortewest-
orn, Dupuke; Belli Memphis, Memphis;
Howard nnu uontinenisi, now uneans;
DeSmet, Sbrloveport. Deperted: Be and
barges, and Tom Kyle, New Orleans;
Johnson, Kookuk. River falling slowly
but other and heavy rain nave taaen
place in some of the upper strums, and
atother swell is expected. 'I be deluge here
is nrobablv rllrlbutablo to the overflow
ing of bsnks al points above, rather than
to an actual diminuaiton or wstnr. stiver
falling to-night. Westher quite ''.rest-
Shrieveport, April in. westner
clear and cool. River fell 3 Inches. Ar
rived: 8mliiole. Now Orleans; Kuboy,
from JetTorson. No departures, lied
rler 6J feet at Cavshata.
THE BIGGEST WIFE STORY.
A queer story Is told of prosperous
tnerihanis la West Broadway. Una of
tbasn was msriisd rathar 1st in Ufa, soma
two years ago, and altar h and his wile
bad srona to botuekMolosT. he invited his
fellow merchant to par mem a visit. The
latter went and was much pleased wills
tbe new wire, who appeared to Da very
yuunjr. They strew m be arm irieoai.
lie told bar be could aot resist tbe. con
viction that he bad sees ber before, at
which sbe lauehed and ssld that was the
Impression obtained from all sympathetic
natures. Tteir cordial relatione contin
ued for a good while, and, one day, tbe
mercantilo admirer receif ed a letter from
an intimate acquaintance in Boston, In
forming bim that bis friend had some time
before, marnea an eccenirio woman, an,
who bad tbe reputation
bslnir soveral times divorced.
This ssl the admirer to thinking and
tracing out circumstances witbin bis
nowledce. Tbe result was ns discoverra
beyond question that Mrs. , the wif
of bis friend, Baa seven years oetore oeea
bis own wife, from whom be nao biatnso.
a legal divbrce,'for good and sufScisnt rea
son, six months after their union. Anx
ious to corroborate inn, ns went 10
Mrs. and asked her if it was not so.
She reDlied In tbe afflrmetlve. and with
out hesitation, adding that sbe reoognixsd
him from the first, but did not care to Im
part any information he did not himself
. . . ... , , . . , i .
rne nsa neen merauy in ids uivorcu
business, having bad no less than serin
lieges in twelve yesrs. 8ne understood
the art of makinc herself iook young,
and at flve-snd-tblrty sbe did not appear
more than Uve-and-twenty. it was me
art that had decolved the friend, and
caused him to regard ber as somebody
else than ber real celf.
GOSSIP FOR THE LADIES.
Anrll 1 here, and vet tbe important
question "What shall we wear7"-ls aot
lully answered, saercnams leropuDjij
display their goods and find many pur
rh.r. but manv am still wailing for t
further revelation from tbo fashionable
world. But somo things are certain
Jnnla June. In dtsooursW on New York
taihli.ns. thai tha bonnet of tha season 'ls
a sort ol a straw calash, fastensd dowa at
tbe aides wilt) strings that tie tender the
rliln that I not unbecoming, but simply
provokes a smile at lb idea it suggesU of
plarlnf at 'old women.' "
Round bats are even greater favorites,
and some of the new styles of trimming
are peculiarly graceful. Straw trimmings
1st fattened with Jet or straw, ara
largely in favor, while flowers exceed in
beauty and variety those of any prjvlous
season. Green, in its many delicate
shades, seams to be tb greater favorite,
while tea shades, blues and plumes will
always be in favor for fair young
faces. xrinK, in lis aettcaie snaae, teems
more sought than last season; tn fact in
more we look at the georgeouness oi tne
sbop windows, tbe more certain we are
that tbe flowers were never half as beauti
ful before. . . .
In dress goods, there Is no end of dssu-
tlful fabrics. Tbe fashionable color is a
sbado of green, and this shade Is found in
worsted and cotton goods, at fifty cents
per yard, and in all wool at one dollar,
also in silks of various qualities aud
But whon a dress Is selected and pur
chased, tbe trouble bas Just commenced.
However, we arts now told that the over
fktrt is no longer absolutely indispensable,
and tbat many handsome suits win do
made witb the simple gorea sairis ana
RufBine- and flounces will have a little
fullness, especially those used on muslins
and cambrics. Valsnelnes and thread
laces will be used for trimming tbe Oner
(From tha Chicago Tlsass, Mod
aii report oi toe suurasr
Hedses by Mrs. Workaaaa.tbe:
wife, at Eureka, as detailed in ei
tbe 'limes' oa baturdsy Horning!
effect of adding new interest to in
sorbing sensation. It Is i.sedlt
thai tb Time' waada maiden
traln-boyi mad small lortunes. I
tbe first satisfactory account 1
been published, thouitb tbe cuuni
bad iHMsa liukwrihg away at pors
sevorat oays, ana logtt iue whii
in succinct lortn proved to llsm I
of imsnetise satisfaction. TbaonlJ
in Woodford cuntv who took n
o in account was uocStrrv
Johns, wao kas iten beard to
some on, nauisloss here, with pi
ana special vengeance.
When tb 'Times' reporter loft t
of tb traurly.ur rather .Vstan
county seat woere lb alleged ml
is now a prisoner, a rumor wui
tnsi me searcn of in parsonage i
vsaled some of tbe clolninz that
on that terrible nfgnt, covsred wld
A portion of il Is said to bav bets
la the garret, ana other portions
to have been secreted under the a
Mrs. Workmen remains confine;
all. Th iailsr reports tbat sbel
taiy laiung. ue Daiievas that I
not tried at the cominc term of in
wnion commences next weak, thersi
no prisoner to arraien. Wbilt I
son, ber husband, evidently mail
his duty bv Bar endeavoring earl
atone for past onuses by a life i
tlon bis offices are not in dsns
fidgets in bis presence, ar.d while I
not given utteranc to any aversld
far more composed, and evidentirl
peace witb herself, when he Is absl
lot is an unenviable oa
would probably profer to
with hi wifa if onlv l
pansnce bat seel nit tbat blsprss.
as an irritant he Is forced to 11
oftentimes when quite avers to I
tlon, and at such times he wsaasr
Ibe envirousof tb villas in so
wav. tbouch rrobablr findins
company In his own bitter though
-. . .. . . .
in oldest aaugnier, a gin oi
and tb Utile bab remain with th!
tunat woman, and she sems to di
sldarable comfort from tbelr pa
but she is rapidly sinking, ana '
reouire careful aursinr.
Tb 'Times' reporter bad net ;
able to gain access to tb origins!
th letter that passed betes"
preacher and bis victim tho
epistles thai caused lb -.tragedy
tiro of his clvine bis first accuus
affair. Since then, howover, tbJ
tents have come under bis scrutl
are new presented to tb world fori
When th centle reader bss psrl
following be or sbe will probsVl
elude that whatever opinion one
as to ber rlirht to take the law In
bands, poor Mrs. Workmsn hs
cause for tbat Jealousy which iol
ber to tbe commlssioa of tbe
crime, under tbe mere recoil
which her mind is now totterlne-,
reason is belnst dethroned. This
one of those found by Mrs. Vrorsi
ner nusoano s pantaloon won
engaged at the wifely luk of I
"Diab Pastor: Your kind
reached me. i w eat for the
was detained on tb road. It
tber wr som books al u
offlc for him wblcb ha probablj
uoi rdm, and so sb concluded I
MISS NILSSON IN RUSSIA.
Tnls crime donna, as our readers re
member, bad her farewell benfli at 8t.
Petersburg on ine aim loin, nusijan
time of February. She appeared as
Marghtrita in Faust. Tha Russian Jour
nals are full of the most remarkable ac
counts of that evening. A list of tbe
spit ndld sifts presented to aiisi ausson
may be of interest. These gifts wsre a
pair of ear rings, emeralds surrounded
with diamonds, valued at U.OOe francs; a
kuttle 8c. Hiitbwines dull, B5MMlc,
L'hIIIo stocks $34 76; Texss i 06.
Uogs lower, $4 Ivi&b 20. Shsep dull,
i 60,i 76-
Meupiiih. Cotton quiet, wosk, gooa
nnllnnrv ltlfo'.lOlC! loW mldlillC 171M18.
Kl,mr dull, nominal. ISftUO. Corn meal
mL. , ... min mimin highest over quiet at fi ou. uorn ouii bob unBis
xuooaro.Uw. 7 , " , . ;t 64(8. Oats scarce and Arm aHlO.
Southern and Middle Atlantic statos; with )J . . unch(ini.9a. Bun dun ,t
coneraliv clear weator and rising temper-, jcrauo. Bacon firm and unchanged.
' ... . I if 1.1.11. I . . ... ol in. TV. .1. . . . . ..I
tj.iw Kni'iana anu jiiuuiu 1 l.uru urm at ivu. awi nw
. . . . a
Urm al inc.
Chioaoo. Anril 10. Hour unchanged
Wheat weak", No 1 spring $1 'il; No 2 do
t 1 M" roirular SI 18; fresh No 2 cash $1
v . ' . . . , j- 1 nnM .01 r.
0 j; May ISO 3 spring si vo(oji wdj. vjoru
St. Louis. April 10. Flour uncbanaed.
Wheat quiet and unchanged. Corn In
active; No 2 mixed 3Sc; No 2 white
mixed 36lr30c. Oats hixher; No 2 mixed
'.'Slfff'Klo. Uarlev ttriii; sales of Iowa
spring nu95o. Rye steady, prime 67 orown 0f laural leaves, in pure gold, val
Ode. 1'orK irregular, iu imio 10,
.. .. ma o.irai. ........ ., - i ..
seller Juno io Di.in.ii. ui.uu
shoulders 77 Jo canvasted; sugar cured ,d r,bbon 0Q wl)ch were lngrved the
bams hjiojc; u o werd, i.Roturn soon," and another one
ibou dor. tic; clear sides 8Jc. Lard Arm; . . r,bbon 0 whch tht word
states rlslnc broraotor, oool'west winds
and clear woaliter. For lako region west
winds, backing to southwest, with partly
Mnmlv woatlior. Aftornoon telograpu ro-
from extreme northwest
Florida aad Texas coasts.
irtamambar" was enamelled in blue: and.
lastly, in tbe last inter-sct a garland of
. 1 1 1 . . . 1 .....
tlowers was oativareu 10 nor ou in.
attached to wbicb was an address of more
than a thousand persons of tbe highest
cissies of society. This address was in a
frame or gold with diamonds, tnree ci
which bung in the shape of teardrops
from the word "Adieu,1' written in rubies
and sapphires. Altogether, the demon
stration was one of the most splendid ever
offered to a singer.
quiet and woak.No 2 mixed 3uo casn;7 1 jo
May. Oats dull, a shade lower, No 3 24jo
rnaular; J7o fresh, cash. Rye dull, Ho 2
WILLIAM K. SMITH, M. D.
IDNOB-No. 31 TbtrlesBtb ftrwt.
tw.so Washioiooo eaue and alnut str
e-l OomniercUl avenu. "P statre.
O. W. DUNNING, M. D.
u n n Ml.. I. mnA WltnUl StS.
...... ai.tk iimii and Olilo tsvs.
bearsWNat ,sssb, to asd P-"
In France for the construction of tuo
imaginary Memphis and ElPaso rtiilrosd,
utiBg nary .iiompuis aim r-ii-asu ihim - ..,.. ,i, Ar.
, . t . .... uii,.. now be ng constructed hero over tuo r-
eightcon anI a half millions of dollars ,l,w uvy . rallrasd
went Into tho pockeU of those In tho on- Kansas for tho Cairo and Fu tot. rallratd.
were w,MUa aown isii wijit -
Into tho pockets
gtoevrlug tcbeme, and tho remainder wa'
fii.ailo rouular: O'Jc fresh. Barley dull
and droopinir, No 3 fall was offerod at 74e,
fresh 77c79o. Provisions steady, pork
. . .r. f . .i... ..t vn rnr June at xio: lara quiei, a iuuv
KEW YORK, April JiOHCinr, rnu- -" --v.,. i,.'..a tf7lR TO .Inn.!
ation marked by Increased esse most of the bulk' mB,u 'jy, short riB loose 8(a
day and call loans at 1-10 over till Satur- June. jni, ci0Br 6"jc; i,ICon quiet; whiskey
daybu in 1..0 attornoon wneu . oy ouso. l0.,nM tliv
.ni win inmiA mat intv Drnkori 1 naw iunn, - ---
had been subpeened boloro the grand Jury
the vsury question, monoy bocamu
scarce snd dear, rising to por cent.ln
late dealing. Squeczobclluvud to be more
bravado and amout the last turn of tbe
tlnht monoy screw. Outstanding legal
tenaov mow a u..v. u. ,0w uo un&w. "V- XV" "' "I n' 1,. . .uUuu.
ports for tlie woo eitlmatod at Q&.QOO. ' nati wsnern nuts ec, tsev, saw uarsow. . .. -
Tt,. t.rri.f.torB of Massachuieets hu
enacted a law requiring the railroads run
nlmr from Boston to furnish a cheap
n M I.. !! ahaa ras Atl
mAn nrt inn tlWslDlIlal hi Mill IHV ! wws
which Is at th rat of Ic. a sail pr yr
foi fifteen miles. Tb aenefiu derived
from this cbesp far ny taousanas 01 pr
n vnrlarata mssns. who arotbus est.
M-i in follow thsir huslesss in tha city
and rsturn every sight to a eheep, quiet
and bsaltbfui country norn, ara
ifi.tluat.la. esneclallv to children, who
. .l...-n. .im.. aui.m ara thus nressrved from in aiseasssand
M c mon good W 90r 60 good d.ng.r. ot an over crowds elty. Bftry
10 Cnoico i --, -'Til .,.wi- -t..i .n.t.1 ntia f f.m t.ir
S8 Rora 0 00. w nisicy q-tiei, ai wisu. hwimiuimk v ........ -
?..DU(. t . n ...ilk ..... nCX ,u,t it., k.n.flt nfiha multltudas whnaracoss-
we"nr.rv .v, ;. iv -h ,. .; t; ii.d t uir livelihood . u
9lffiMJ. Rye quiet. Barley dull. Cera larger cltlea, and wbo aw aow forcadby
steady; new western mixed 03(0)040; yei
r si . a . ilaul M
Itn-' tow do 51S.6JO. Oils quiet aud steady;
poverty to iscrinc the health ana com
fort of their families by coaflnesaeat w
for him. 1 I will no astals. fur i
vou waul ibam. and you shall bail
1 was afraid my leiier did not reil
my love, but I aas so glad it dill
kuow there is nothing imposslll
U. d, and 1 pray w my not
into teispiaUun. But fur youl
ent family relations. wit
woman you are now married
taia-bt b ditferent. But I pray
day wbsn you are free, and ibaul
marry. 1 know we will be bifJ
love you I wonder ir we win as.
great trouble and I know you lJ
and we wouiu oeso oappj. a an.
we would both foraet viasaeaeells
ascend to the heavens in happtl
pray Ood for tb day of any Dal
and not 10 lead u Into temptation J
Jfrom your a.
To this efluslon the pastor replie
folio iiist cutbina- strain : I
"JlT Most UevuTee JUbthly I
Tuu seem to view this matter 1
Dhvsioloisical standpoint. We sb
lia It In that wav. You think
not worthy, and beneath me; aodl
God not lo lead you saw lempiau
vou ara iroine in with both evsl
But God Is Just, and what wouli
lata if anvtnlne: was to b foul
But my lov for you is of that id
mat many dooos wouih
uHBch. I am foolish
my passions run away with my
ludt-uisnt. But what can I do?
you I I could sooner torget my
existence. O, pardon I O, psrc
m !oa. far savioic vou are lo bu
It you had slapped my Jaws ih al
1 tried to riss you, vua. wu.
it forever. But you ssnt a burns
slon to my heart that I oaa Bevel
off, and my earnest prayers are fod
h.n wa Do l a will B irvv. 1'iaix
to forgive us and ever altar taa t
Three or four other letter 1
possession of th coroner, or rati
circuit clerk, for this roroasr-pl
Dogberry! nt piaceo laetn in mi
care, IhOUgn unuer asany an is
seals, but these eannot be gives
elnet form, wiu tae excopuon 1
original ideas the phnuaology is I
tion of that present la tk tettei
1 Without reference to any Isartis
ter, It may be said that a speasii
rymg aer it ne wer irj rm
t T. .tan his marital tie Will
aai then ne vows to wv r
earthly beiogs, ana tay wu
togsiasr in iov s s j
1 eioUS!sBtlDMnt. n mmmm
sicatorlolomoa and bU bob
II f wives, aad. .auerrl
laaaa sularht BOl WllOW
tk extent srf a peltry twa. Tk
eBce to Isaac puulrd tee jury rs
sr thav 111 let tbe iBMsreselesi-
casable la vUw of the lrrtafHrt i
th parsoB-tnsl in gives as
..m u i.sao 1 All Ike h
iaoet profuse la tkait pvtevti()