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THE BATLY CAIRO RTTII.TCTTN.
mm), ILLINOIS, SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 18, 1883.
Whilt other Baking Powder art largely
adulterated with Hum and ether hurtful
eai been kept unchanged in all its original
puritf and strength. The bett evidence of
its safety and effectiveness is the fact of
its luting received the highest testimoni
als from the most eminent chemists in the
United States, who have analyzed it, frc4
its introduction to the present time. No
other powders show so good results by he
true test the TEST OF THE OVEN.
IT ISA PURE FRUIT ACID BAKING POWDER
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, 111., and Bt. Louis, Mo.,
IwUMn T Laixlla Iwt Cm, lr. PrtM', sttal
riatsrtaf SAtracU, H4 Dr. rk's Ul,u rtffUM.
C bronlc IUr
Impurity of the
Iil(Kd, Fever and
and all Disease
tainted by De
rangement of Liver, Bowels and Kidney.
BTMPTOMS OF A DISEASED LITER.
bad lireath; fain in llie Side, sometimes the
ptio it fell under the Shotilderbladt, mutalcn for
Kheumatism ; geM'al loss of appetite ; Bowels
generally costive, sometimes alternating with la:
the head ia troubled with pain, is dull and heavy,
with considerable low of memory, accompanied
with a painful sensation of leaving undone something
which ought to have been dune; a slight, drycougn
and flushed face is sometimes an anendaut, often
mistaken for consumption; the patient complains
of weariness and debility; nervous, easily startled;
feet cold or burning, sometimes a prickly sensation
of the skin ensts; spirits are low ana cupundent,
and, although satisfied that eaertise would be bene
fictal, yet one can hardly summon tip fortitude to
try it in tact, distrusts every remedy. Several
of the above symptoms attend the disease, hut casea
have occurred when but few of them emited, yet
examination after death has sriown the Liver to
have been extensively deranged.
It should be used by all person , old aad
voting , whenever any of the alruve
Persona Traveling or Living; In l'n
healthy Localities, by taking a dose occasion
ally to keep the I jver in healthy action, will avoid
ail Malaria, illllnua attack. Iiitzinest, Nau
sea, Drowsiness, Depression of Spirits, etc It
will invigorate like a glass of wine, but is no in
to xicatina; beverage.
If Tots have eaten anything hard ot
digestion, or fed heavy after meals, or aleeu
lee at Bight, tax a dose and you will be relieved.
Time and Doctors' Hill will be saved
by always keeping the Regulator
' In the House!
For, whatever the ailment may be, a thoroughly
safe purgative, alterative and tunic can
never be out of place. 1 he rrmedy is liarmle
and does not interfere with business or
IT IS PCKELY TEOETABLE.
And has sll the power and efficacy of Calomel or
Quinine, without any of the injurious after effects.
A Governor' Testimony.
Simmons Liver Regulator has been in use In my
family for some time, and I am satisfied it is a
valuable addition to the medical science.
J. Giu. Shortik, Governor of Ala.
Hon. Alexander II. Stephens, of Ga.,
says; Have derived some benefit from the use of
Simmons Liver Regulator, and with to give it s
"The only Thing that never full to
Believe." I have used many remedies for Dys
pepsia, Liver Affection and Debility, but never
nave found anything to benefit me to the extent
Simmons Liver Regulator has. I sent from Min
nesota to Georgia fur it, and would send further for
such a medicine, and would advise all who are sim
ilarly affected to give it a trial as it seems the only
thing that never fails to relieve
P. M. Jannsv, Minneapolis, Minn.
Dr. T. W. Mason says t From actual ex
perience In the use of Simmons Ijver Regulator in
my practice I have been and am satisfied to use
and prescribe it aa a purgative medicine.
Jr-jyTake only the Genuine, which always
has on the Wrapper the red 7. Trade-Mark
and Signature of J. H. ZEILIN & CO.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS
Q.EORGE II. LEACH, M. D.
Physician and Surjrecm.
Special attention paid to the Homenpnihln treat
tni'nt of surgical diseases, sad disessos of wonvio
Office: On 14th strent, opposite the Post Offlrs,
jQR. J. E. STRON'0,
128 Commercial Ave , Cairo, III.
VAPOE, ELECTRO-VATOR ano MEDICATKD
A lady la attendance.
It. W. C. JOCTLYN,
OFFICB-Elghti Btreet, neat Comnerela) Areoou
R. E W. WniTLOCK,
Ornos-No. 1S Commercial Avenue, bttweso
Kst'.i and Ninth Street
(J O A. JL.
D Stoves O
No, 27 J) 8th St
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B Tinware. S
THE MISSING JEWESS.
A True Story Full of Ro
mance. Sh Married tht Man That Saved
Her Life in the Cimbria
Nf.w York. March 17,-MIm Hulda
ftihtmit, the Jollllg I'l'lisalutl Jewess Who
wat tlioulit to l in the bauds of C'astls
(iai-den fhsrk. bits ciuiie to the surf sin un
c.x;).'fti'(lly. Tim HrM Intimation tlie pollcs
ri'ci-lvHd of Miss .S-hmul's whereabouts was
when 8a.nuel Jufoliiioii, bar uncle, ntitTod
Superintendent Walling' office, lit polios
hi-arlquartPi'H, half out of breath, and n
flniinerl, ".Mi-ln Oott! Melu Oott! Dot
girl in In tii! city ; a man game to me In the
slitore cliust row and towld roc dot b
known hole she l. So trew at I lift,
SlitMiPral . '
Jacolmoii stopped short and drew a long
on-mli sfter this t'ftort. Then he descrlhea
the -tiMiipr who vUlted him. This person
gave his name as Ouatave Boeck, ana stat
ed that he bad come over with the Kirl on
hoard the Silesia, which arrived In w
York February 1ft. He claimed not to
know of her prex-iit whereabouts, but
proniUeii to make a sesrnh for her. Scarce
ly had Jioolnon taken hla departure, after
tellinic this story and being: blamed for not
having made some effort to ascertain
lioeck's addre, than a iscond rapping
was b':ird at the door of the Superintend
"My name Is GuKtarua Boeck," said the
1slioi' In very fair Engllab, uncovering
hlmiielf. "I have merelv called to inform
you tliHt Mlsnlluld'n Schmui Is In good
bantU. .hels now Mrs. Boeck, and baa
been livliu "itb me at Xo. 108 Division
street ninoe the arrival of the Silesia last
month. I called upon ber uncle this morn
but I didn't tell him we were married, for,
you see, mv wife is a Jewess, and I am
Gentile, and wxl the Jews do cot look on
such marrUnes with favor."
The nmn's open, honest faoe and cour
teous nmnncr convinced the Superintend
ent thut be wa telling the truth. So h
congratulated him on bis marriage, but al
to advln-rt him to Inform Mr. Jaoobson of
the occurrence. Mr. Boeck bowed po
litely and left. He found later In the anj
at hf nioms on Division street. Mrs.
Boeck. nee Schmul. was alo there. She
Is a pi Mv little black-eyed girl, Just auch a
one a her uni.le derurlbed. The two told
their story. Contrary to tba uncle's
statements, Miss Schuiul bad neither a
brother nor a sister with heron her voyage.
She left home alone. Whan the terrible
collision of the Cimbria and the
Sultan occurred the youag girl, in
common with many other passengers, w'as
thrown overboard. She was about to sink
when a friendlv hund lifted her to a float
ing loir. A rav of light from the British
Yes-pi's bow lit up the rescuer's features
to th ii vhe saw them clearly. A moment
later nil w as darkuers again. Presently a
boat pn-hed and picked up the young girl.
She nu tttkn to Swinemud and from
there to Hamburg. In the latter city at a
rallroxd il-imt she met Boeck, the man
whoce itnii had saved her from a watery
grave. Instinctively the two fell Into each
other's arms. The' marriage took place in
this cltv after their arrival. By a strange
mistake Boeck, who if a clever machines!
and b'V tired for many years on
Staten Island, bad been included
In the list of Uib Cimbria' dead. This
clrciiniMnnce caused the German Consul
General t return certain moneys tent to
the C'otiu!nte by Peck's parent in Pot
dam, IVus-la; consequently the newly
married couple were at oncereduoed to the
greatest ntrnlts. The husband belnvunable
to flnti work, bis young wife, rather than
brave the displeasure of her uncle, accept
ed a to;?jon as waitress in the German
Hotel on (iiand street, where the now is,
A few d.tvs ugo the couple decided to
tend a postal card to Mr. Jacobton, asking
blm to MMiil all moneys arriving for hit
niece to i he German Consulate,
A FORCED MARfllAGE.
A Truant Suitor Hurried Up bj a Big
Kkw York, March 17. The quiet and
romaiilc Meepv Hollow, made romantlo by
the pen of Irving, has been disturbed by
the most sensational romance by a forced
niarnni'e at nildnigbt.' A young couple
stniiiling liiRti iu society and bearing old and
well-eMblitieri names, who have been
keeping companv for several vears, had
loved not wisely but too well. The lover
had allowed his attentions to be attracted
elsewhere, and on various excuses had
made several postponements of the wedding-day
until the "big brother" of the
young lady took the matter In hand.
Arming himself with neces
sary document! provided
by the new code, and acoompanled by a po
lice oflii'cr, he visited the bouse of the gay
deceiver after midnight, taking the same
road and crossing the bridge described In
the legend of the "Headiest Horseman."
The young man was highly Indignant at the
impertinence of hit visitors, but was anally
per.u:tdd to make bit toilet and accompa
ny the ofllcers back to tho village. The
fiartv proceeded to the police court, where
hev found the venerabla judge and
'Tim 1'NFORTl'NATB YOUNG LADY
in question waiting for the performance of
a ninrriiipe eeremonv. Again the groom
hesitated, when he realized the .import ot
the proceedings, but when tho war
rant for hit arrest and leotloni
from the ne a code pertaining to bit cane
bad been read to him, be, with all tho til
grace possible to assume, accepted the sit
uation, and the ceremony, which wat par
tlculaiiy noticeable for it aolemnlty, pro
ceeded. Few guests wera pretent, and the
receptioti was not extensive. The groom
wat not In full dreKs owing to a portion be
ing forgotten In his hasty toilet, and the
bride wits in traveling costume. After the
cerermmv the groom turned hit back on hit
newly innde wife, disowning her In toto
and swearing vengeance on all concerned.
A mlt to obtain support for the wife will
be in order. The husband, who It a man
of considerable property, threatens to con
test the legality of bit forced marriage.
Frees Cenmeatt ea the London Ex
Kitw York, March 17. -The Tribune
sitys. "With one accord our local Irish
patriots rise up and tlnolure, 'We did it 1'
Thoy do protect too much. Notoriety it
what tbey seek, and to gain It they would
confess to anything. It Is to be hoped that
the English people will rate the utterances
of these vain cowardt at their true valut,
which is nothing."
The Ilorald, speaking of the Irish situ
ation, says: "Tout the situation seemt
absolutely hopeless. Every Irish attack,
whether it tukos the form of an explosion
at Westmliilstpr, phlllplto In Parliament
of a murder In Thoealx Park, makes mat
ters woise; fur It alienates all olaases,
whether r-iitlenmen or worklngmen, or
incir oii-lonkers w ho would otherwise
svnipittlil.c nith a )utt and honest demand
for freedom. There will be no ppsstble
respite until Ireland ti allowed to make her
own lawt, and before uusl oonoottlon shall
be granted the praaeut gtMnttoa will hm
Jong pawed ", i
TWO $50,000 SUITS.
Claims That the Missouri Republican
Libeled Robt. S. Montgomery.
lr. I.ot is. March lT.-Two libel iult
for .n,nti each were filed tbl morning in
Ctr uit Court by Johnson. Lodge A
Job .i'.ii : Jmiifoiion, Collins & Jamioson
nd A . II. Uutes. In behalf of Kobl. S.
Mon .mnery. President of the .shelbvvllle,
'lea reaving Hank and John R.
Wai ice, cashier of the bank, against
eo KnappACo., uublhhera of the
rlopiibllrau. The Publication com-
plulned of with ruference to Mr.
Montgouierv was beaded: "Indicted: the
president or a bank for obtaining money
under false pretenses from Geo. II. .Small
A Co., brokers." The article set forth
that Sniull i Co. bud been swindled out
of $10, WO by means of draft withheld, and
it stated In conclusion that Mr. Wallace
cashier of the bunk and likewise a no
tury, and that bo was liable for the disap
pearance and Uusl ruction of the drafts
which pervaded acknowledgement by the
bank. Mr. .Montgomery's transaction
with other brokers w ere likewise detallod.
The criminal proceedings here resulted in
the acquittal of Mr. Montgomery.
Two Dealtie from lire and Auolber
VKNiru, o., M in h 17. Thursday after
noon. Herman Klohn, a farmer of Krie
County, left a kettle of coal tar on the
stove In the houie and went out. The
tar boiled over. Mrs. Klobu, attempting
to romove It, dropped the, kettle. The
clothing of hersolf and child caught Are.
Klobn returned in time to drag them out
and extlngulnb the tUiues, The child died
tho same ulKht. Mrs. Klohn since gave
birth to a still-born child. Her death It in
Springfield, III., March 17. A few
members were in their seats this morning,
with I.inegar In the chair. A large num
ber of bills were read the first time. Re
ports of committees and other routine bus
iness consumed most of the morning. Soms
new bills were Introduced, one to In
demnify losers of sbcep killed by dogi. The
Senate bill for a vote of the people to build
a free bridge at Peoria was ordered to a
third reading. Also, one providing for a
per diem of So, tn cents per mile, and 0
to each member for tatlouery. The House
adjourned till Tuesday at 10 o'clock.
Jefferson City, Mo., March 17.
When the House met this morning there
wat quite a liberal iflsplay of green rib
bons from the lappela of members In honor
of the day. At noon tho Adjutant-General
had a s'alute tired from Capital Hill. In
the Senate the bill putting foreign insur
ance companies on tbe same footing at local
companies paused. Senator Edwards'
bill authorizing foreign banklnrr
Institutions to establish branch
banks iu tblt ,tate wat indefinitely post
poned. Colllalota ol Freight Train.
Bloom ixotov, III., March 17. A
freight train of the Chicago and Alton and
Illinois Central came tuto collision at Nor
mal, III., yesterday. Eight Alton cart
loaded with cattle and the Illinois Central
engine and several cars were thrown from
the track. Some of the cattle were killed,
and the cars all badly wrocked. Tbe cause
of tbe accident Is not duturmlned, but it it
believed to be some misunderstanding of
A Woman Burnett In Death While Sy
In; Her Frayert).
Bridgeport, Conn., March 1". While
Mr. Ann Holland was kneeling in front of
tbestov Friday, saving her prayers, a live
coal fell on her clothing tettlng'it on Are.
and the was shockingly burned. She died
this morning. Her three daughter! were
liadly burned trying to extinguish the
A 1100,000 Fir.
Jacksonville, Tex., March 17. A Are
vesterdav consumed an enure block. Loss
iilX),(KiO: insurance litfht. The post-offloe
was destroyed and the following Arms
burned : Bolton Bros. , Tilly & Settle, Jar
ret A Jones, Pierce Kagsdale, E. Roths
child, W. D. Browdnr and J. M. Gibson.
Colby, Wis.. March 17. The boiler in
a saw mill at Abboisford exploded, killing
the engineer, Charles Hogamon, and
tllghtly Injuring three other men.
Pari, March 17. -Twenty-two Com
munist banquets and meetings are an
nounced for to-morrow In various parts of
It Is probable tbe Anarchists will not
meet In the Champ do Mars, as was ex
pected, but will choose another place un
known to the government.
The garriton of Paris will be contlned to
their barracks to-monow. The Provincial
Prefects have been ordored to send tele
grams to Parii every hour to-morrow, re
porting tbe state of affaln in their respect -fvs
London. March 17. Lord Dunraven In:
tends to propose, at ths present session o'
Parliament, motions In favor of legislation
on behalf of the Irish Inhorers and
for a large scheme of emigration in order to
prevent a recurrence of the Distress in Ire
land. ANARCHY HF.IONI.
Dublin, March 17. The whole country
on the border ot tho Tnnsvaal is in a stnte
of anarchy. The natives are arming against
the Boers. Chief Muhoch has Just defuated
the Boers, indicting a severe loss.
Loncon. March 17. Ulsmnrck has aban
doned hi intention of submitting a bill for
the revision of the Muv laws until more
conciliatory remits arc obtulned from tbe
Dublin, March 17. Blggar arrived a
Weterford vesterday, to appear In court
to answer the charge of uttering seditious
language In his speech lut December. H
In expected, however, that the crown
will apply for a change of venue In hit
The Esploalvee laesl.
London, March 17. An examination
shows that the case and contents ofexplo
t ve material used In the attempt to blow
up the Times office Thursday night were
exactly similar to those found after the re-
'lit explosion In Glasgow. The ship Dun
stuffniigi! from Culcuttuvla Dundee for Liv
erpool, has been wrecked on the
const nf Aberdeenshire. Fifteen men be
tides n number of women and children
Too Analone lor Divorce.
Slew YortK, March 17.-Scveral
months ago a decree of absolute divorce
was granted to Mrs. Henrietta Srhaefor
against lsano Souaofnr, on tho report of
referee to Judge Donohue. Mrs. Rchaefer
It now seeking to havs the decree set
aside, she tstd she was misled by ac
quaintances, and that she did not think
that the suit would result in a decroe of
absolute dlvorco, as she only wanted
icpnraie support for hennlf and four
children. Her special reason for desiring
to have her mistake recti lied Is tbo fact
the had received an Invitation to attend the
marriage of Isaac Suhaefur and Miss Annie
Levy In Newark, Tuesday next. The
motion to set aside , the decree will be
heard by Judge Lawieoee in the Supreme
NEWS NOT Ei.
The river Is falling at Helena, Ark. , and
fears of an overflow are over.
Hon. Carlton B. Curtis, ex-C'ongrett-man,
died Saturday, at Krie, Pa.
The steamboat Grand Isle was burned at
Wilson's Landing Friday night. Total
The steamship Elbe, from Europe, to
day brought In HU,(X0 pounds of gold coin
A gas explosion in Appleton street,
Boston, Saturday, damaged one building
and tore up tbe street. One mau was badly
Charles Henry Let was found guilty ot
murder In tbe nrst dugree at III hmond,
Va. He was accused, with Mrs. Babara
Miller, of murdering the latter's husband.
A fire Saturday morning at Detroit,
burned the Round-house of tbe Wabath
Railroad, and two freight engines. Two
men were arrested on suspicion of letting
tbe fire. Lost $30,000 to 40,OUO.
President Arthur Saturday pardoned
Murphy and O'Leary, tbe three-card
monte men, on recommendation of tbe
Citizens' Committee, who want to use
them as witnesses in tbe case of collusion
between thieves and detectives.
The statement of the United State
Treasurer shows gold, silver, and United
notes In thee Treasury Saturday as fol
lows: In Independence, Mo., on Friday James
Taller, seventeen years old, was sentenced
to Ave yesrs In tbe Penitentiary for
a criminal assault upon a twelve-year-old
In Atlanta, Ga , on Friday, Col. Tborn
ton, publisher of ihe Appeal, went to the
office of J. H. Norwood, publisher of the
Union. A quarrel ensuocl and Thornton
was forcibly ejocted from the premhes.
The large brick building owned and oc
cupied as a manufacturing establishment
by the Mexico Woolen Mills Company In
Mexico, Mo., was almost destroyed by fire
on Friday. The lost $00,000, insurance
Alfred G. Packer, who murdered five
companions In the San Juan mountains
dnring the winter of 1873 and then lived off
their neih, was brought Into Denver, Col.,
on Friday night. Hem idea full confes
sion of his horrible crime.
As David Davis was not waiting for a di
vorce and nobody objected to
hi marriage, it will trouble him
to explain why he lied about it sopersNt
ently. A drunken fellow named Herring, in
Hall County, Ga., emptied a shovel of hot
coals over hla Infant child, burning it to
death. The lynchers sre scouring tbe
woods for him.
In view of the fact of the passage of the
appropriation bill bv the State Legislature
the faculty of tbe University at Columbia,
Mo., granted a holiday to the students on
Friday. In the evening the students
sdopted a series of resolutions expressing
their liberal appreciation of the liberal
spirit of the Legislature towards the Uni
versity. How St. Patrick's Day Wee Observed.
In New York city tho Irish ocletiet cele
brated the day by a street parade and a
large open air meeting in a park on tbe east
side, where addresses were made by seve
ral speakers. Patrick lagan occupied a
carriage in the purde.
At Brooklyn there was no parade, the
Ancient Order of Hibernians going In the
Sew York procession.
In Chicago the Irish societies held a big
parade. The speotatora were numerous.
At Montreal, Canada, the Irish societies
are marching (n a heavy snow storm.
At Ottawa flags are flying on all the
public buildings, but there is no parade.
In Alton. III., a parade was held, parti
cipated In by tbe societies of Alton, Jersey
ville and Colllnsville. the line of march em
bradbe neariv the whole city.
Patrick's Day was celebrated at Wor
cester, Mass., by churoh services and a
The various Irish societies of the district
passed at Washington. D. C. Tbe Presi
dent and members of the Cabinet reviewed
There was no public observance of tbe
day at Philadelphia. '
In St. Louli the streets were thronged.
There was a large procession during the
day, a banquet at the Southern Hotel tn
the evening, and a grand ball at night.
Obey Oweu, tbe Defanlilng Cashier,
St. Louis, March 17th. At five
minutes past 11 this morning the United
States Marshal entered the District Court
room with Owen, accompanied by Captain
Luke. Without any preliminaries Attor
ney BUs moved to the sentence of Owen.
So objections being made, the Judge or
dered the prisoner to stand up, and in
passing sentcnoe said:
"The character of your crime is pecul
iar. You did not commit it on account of
want, but persistently continued to break
the trust reposed in you until it ended In
disgrace. There may be tome ground for
lleuency In a case of actual want, but you
are not entitled to it. But you have con
fessed, pleaded guilty and have apparently
disclosed the use the money was put to.
Therefore, I will not impose the maximum
penalty, but sentence you to the peniten
tiary in Chester, III., for eight years and to
Owen sat down and buried his faoe tn his
hand. Hit counsel moved that the time
already spent in confinement by the pris
oner thould be subtracted from the time
imposed, but the Judge ruled that tbe
term thould date from to-day.
An Enormous) Swindle.
Indianapolis, March 17. A receiver
wat appointed to take charge on the Marion
Trust Company, located In this city. That
concern has been In existence about one
year, during which time nearlv $200,000
has been taken In and $80,000 'paid out.
The victims to the swindle number about
rive thousand. The average amount re
ceived for each was $D0. There are no as
sets. The concern does business in Mis
souri, Illinois, and other states.
A New.Pbftao ol the Duke Cisse,
riTTSBCRO, March 17. A movement It
on foot to have Dukes Indicted for sending
obscene, literature through the malls. Uni
ted States postal officers sav tbe letters
written by Duke to Capt. Suit Justify his
arrest for an infraction ot the law govern
ing tbe transmission nf malls. Tbe penalty
is one ysar in the penitentiary.
A Snppoaed lUanrreHMIonUt Arqnlltort.
Philadelphia, March 17. Dr. Wm.
8. Forbes, demonstrator of anatomv at
Jefferson Medical College, charged with
complicity In the desecration of the graves
of Lobanon Cemetery, was acquitted
this morning In tbe Court of Quarter Ses
sions. Professional Nickel OlMere Oplured
In Ml. L.oule.
St. Louis, March 17. Three men wen
Into Henry Buecker's store, Ninth and
Webster streets, about 10 :.T) e 'clock Inst
night, purchased some oysters, and offered
what appeared to he a $8 piece In payment.
Mr, Hunker saw at once that It was only a
new nickel, gilded, and they ran oft, whilo
he summoned Officers Mccarty and Sulli
van, who captured two of them. They
gave the names of John Williamson and
Wm. Williams. In their postetstnn were
found flvo glided nickels, a bottle of gliding
solution, one file and a bottle ot cayenne
peppor. Each had three or four dollar In
good money. Their pal, who had repre
aonted blnisolt to bt a reporter, hat not yet
4 'Now that Gorringe has loft (be navy he
right to tell just where he left It, so that
ots successor may net, waste tbe whole sum
mer looking for h," thetigbttully suggests
W Irsy Budget. T. . - ,
MARRIED WHILE DRUNK.
AWealthyiYoung Man of Brooklyn Tells
KbwYork, March 17. Daniel Xavler
Cleary, the ton of a wealthy liquor di-nlur
of this city, wuh niHriiifti mi Sunday; Feb
ruary 4th, to Miss Maggie llciuy, who
Uvea at the houe of Frederick Wvkoff.
her brother-in-law, at 2115 W. Fifty-Third
street. On February 9th Mr. Cleary loft
his wife. On March 2d she obtained a war
rant for his arrest for abandonment. When
the case came up In the Yorkville Police
Court, Mr. Cleary was not present. His
lawyer said be was suffering from a beating
which he had received the night before
from his wife's relatives. The
lawyer laid that the marriage was not
valid. Cleary Insists that he was Intoxi
cated when the ceremony was performed,
and did not know what be was doing. He
sayt that arts were used to entrup blm Into
a marriage. On February 3 he visited
Mist Henry at Wykoff t bouse. There he
became Intoxicated, llquoij being forced
on him. In the evening he was taken to
theKev. Mr. Ewer' house, 152 West
Forty-Sixth street by Mr. and Mrs. Wv
koff and Miss Henry. The minister refused
to perform the marriage ceremony, but
told them to come back when Cleary was
sober. He was taken back on the . next
afternoon and married. He declares that
he was still under the influence of liquor.
He says that ho was kept drunk at Wy
koff' bouse until February 9. Then be
came to hit senses and asked his
wifa what day It was. She laid
Friday, "I niunt have been here some
time,5' he said. "Since .Sunday," she
replied. "We were married. voii know,"
Cleary says that this was the fifrtt he knew
of the marriage, and that he believed It on
ly when the marriage certificate was thow ti
to him. Then he left the bouse. Mrs.
Cleary declares that Cleary was sob
er when he married her. and de
nies that any liquor was given to him,
or that any attempt was made to stupefy
him after the wedding. Froderick Wy
koff gives the following version: "Cleary
alway teemed to be much Iu love with mV
tlster-ln-law. He used to visit her aisu't
seven times a week, until a few months
ago, when bit father, who Is quite wealthv,
opened two new liquor stores, after which
he came only three times a week. On the
evening of February 3, Cle.arv. my
sister-in-law, my wife and I
were out walking. Cleary asked
Maggie if she would go with blm and get
married. She told him to ask me. He
did to and I said, "It Is about time vou
did something. You hare been visiting
her long enough." Cleary said, "Let us
to at once." I then went to the Rev.
Mr. Ewer, who I knew, and who married
my wife and me. He said that Bleary
bad been drinking too much and that
we had better come when he was more
sober. We went home. Clearv stopped
with us all night. Between 2 and 3 o'clock
the next day we went back and they were
married. At 6 o'clock of the tanie day
Cleary went out, laying he wat going to se
bit father to break tbe news to him. Mrs
Cleary took a room where they lived to-
ether until the following Friday, when be
The Hrtriole Police.
Cincinnati. Maroh 17. Burglart early
thlt morning broke a large hole In tbe
plato-glass window of Ditlnelmer ACo.'s
Jewtlry store; Fifth and Waluut ttreets,
and stole Jewelry from thethow case valued
et$wo. They escaped without the obser
vation of the poltco.
Avena;era on the M'r Psslb.
8t. Joseph, Mo., March 17. Fifty
avengers, armed to the teeth and provided
with a stout rope, started out last evening
in pursuit of Joe Willets, the notorious
gambler, who docoyeti Katie Rogers, aged
8, into the woods ami outraged her.
A panic occurred among tbe audience at
tbe Cosmopolitan Theatre, in New York,
on Friday ulght. No one wat hurt fortu
nately, but a number of ladlei lost their
MARCH 17, 1883.
HOGS Quiet and unchanged; light $8 80
(87 80; mixed packing ilCdl 60; heavy pack
ing and shipping $7 mfas.
CATTLK Weak and 1015o lower; ex
port lourS7 ; good to choice shipping W 60
(cM oo; common to fair $3 uut&o ; butch
(&6s $2 73(a5; ttockurs and feeders $3:1
CATTLE Export iteers $8 Vm 60;
light to heavy native steers $ft 25(5W IS;
common to medium native steers $iCd!;
fair to good feeders Si YH ! common to
good stoukcrs WH fto: common to native
cows and heifers $3 7&r37&; icallawags
$2 7.YiU 26.
SHKEP Stead v. Good to fancy $5 25
fax) lit); medium to fair $1 2dOft00; common
HOUS No supply or demand; prices
nominal. Light to good Yorker $ 3.V
7 60; mixed to good packing $7 30(37 40 ;
butchers' to extra $7 io'dl 70; skips aud
culls $0fS6 50.
WH EAT March $1 04 V ; April $1 05 H ;
MhvjM 10 : June$l 10.S.
COBS--March 6&); April 65V; May
6UV June 60S': July 00 V,
OAT L April 0fc; May 43S; June
WH EAT April $1 W bid, Mapjfl UK,
Juno 1 UK, Julyt 0ti.
CORN March April 62, May
64 W, June 55W .
OATS Lower at 42 V, advancing to and
closlug at 43S! (hjouelow yesterday's mar
ket). NBW YORK.
WAEAT Marth H 1': April $1 lHS;
Mav $1 22; June $1 2S, ; July $i UN.
I'ORS-March nsS; April Utt'sj Mav
70's ; June tin.'.; Jiiy 70"..
sr. i.ot; is.
HITTER Wo quole Creamery at 20rtf.11
for seconds, to 8'.'(MI for choice anil fanny
selections: choice and fancy Dairy at 27'iir
21'; medium and low gradet neglected
nominally quotable at WaA. Nortlmrii
roll quiet choice at Wu 2u ; off grudes at
ltiriilrt. Nenr-liv mako not selling noitil
mil at ISfa HI for' medium l'Voll; undid
rn'i2 for low grade.
.;i,tiS ilarkct again tinner, owing to
the llvelv competition among shippers', as
this U (lie Inst day that shipment can be
made from here to reiuii Erisicrh markets
In time for Easter; sale were at 13c tioose
Tl'cs sleadv at 4 .
. pon.TKY-t'hlckens - Cocks $2 50v
2 7ft) mixed $Wi;i 25. according to the
IflllllDcr of cocks In n coop; Hens til Xifti
3 60; Turkeys Hens and Small Uohblers
HVrrl2; large Gobblers $MfaM5: tieese
Feathcrml $.W.i, as In size; Plucked al
most unsalable; Ducks $Hrr3 60 for
imall to medium sized, hiuI $3 7.W4 for
choice. Dressod-Turkeys sell moderately
at I cor I tic per pound, Chlukens, geese
and ducks wanted alive,
Weather milder. Cntintrr markets rath
er dull. Spot wheat dull; No. 2 spring t
Ad; No, 8 spring Hi 6t! Western winter 0s
Td. Mixed western oorn steady at 5s lid.
Demand from United Kingdom sad Cou
tlttnt dull tar whswlsndeersi. ,
That is what a great
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They don't know just what
is the matter, but they have
a combination of pains and
aches, and each month they
The only sure remedy
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This is why Brown's
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neuralgia, dyspepsia, mala
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Read and Circulate.
The Illinois Central R. R. Co.
Will sell any of Its remaining land at one dol
lar per acre less than the presuut price, from this
time until the first day of October, 14. Alter
that date the present prUe will be restored. All
who desire to purchase should avail tbemlves ot
tblt liberal offer at once. I'. DAUQY,
Foi particulars Inquire of
M. KA8TERDAY & CO.,
A?tforI. C. It. K. Landt,
. Ctir. llllool.
e'hop on nalllday Avenue, between rVnrth ami
. blxlh Htruets, Calro.Jlllliols.
(VAll kinds nl light and bvtvjr hlsckstnllhlnv,
wagon and carriage work done In the mort woik
manlike manner. Hurse-ahnuliig t specialty anil
-Mauufactnrer andDoaler In
6th Strooi, between Com'l Avs. and Lrvr.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OF AM UN IT ION.
, gaits Koaiitd. ill Kiadaol Kays Mtdn
g $ XL S !