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While other Baking Pomdert art largely
adulterated with Alum and ether hurtful
a been. kept unchanged in all iti original
purity and strength. The beet evidence of
its safety and tffectiteness in the tact of
it: ,'iuiring received the highest testimoni
ale from the meet eminent chemists in the
United States, who hart analyzed it, frog
its introduction to the present time. Ho
other powders shew mo fiood results by the
true test-the TEST OF THE OltEM.
IT IS A PURE FRUIT ACID BAKING POWDER
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, III, and Bt. Louii, Ho.,
aaeowtaw. lesalla Tnat Smh, Dv. PrlM'l Se4ei
Iw,rl, Kim. ue Dr. trim'. Cm. r.rfsan.
Impurity of the
Blood, Fever and
nil all DIaM
J'X jX caused hy !
rangement of Liver, Dowel end Kidney.
VMPTOMS OF A MSEASEn I.IVF.R.
Had Breath; Vi a in the SMc, sometimes the
miL it felt under ih Shoulder-blade, mittaken far
Kheumamm j general lots of appetite; Bowels
tenerally cotuw. sometimes alternating with lax)
lb head it troubled with pain, it UuU a.xJ heavy
with considerable loss of mrnvjry, accompanied
w ith a painful filiation of leaving undone wmetSInf
which oui(ht to have ben done; klht, dry cough
and flushed face U sometime an ancjiytnf, often
Biittaken for consumption: th patient comptaln
of weanne and debility; nervous, ratily tiartled;
let cold or burning, sometime a prickly tctuatiop
of the skin eut; ptr.r art Inv and ilettv nlent,
and, although sautftvd thai cxerciw wuuld b bene
ficial, yet one can hanily winrmn up Attitude to
tnr it in fact, iliiinin, tvry rrmeiy Several
of th abort tymptom, attend the dtvase. Imt cases
Have O'.rurreo when but few x4 them retted, yt
eiatmnation after drath hit shown ih Liver M
have been extensively deranged.
II should be used by nil persons, old a ltd
youug, whenever any of the abovo
Feraona Traveling or I.I vine In Fa
bealthy LoeaUUea, by taking a dtt kcum.
ally to keep thr liver in healthy attirm, ail avoid
aU Malaria, lUllous attacks. Di
taLrotinet, Drpmaion of Spirits, tic. It
wul invigorate like a glat of wine, but I uo In
If You have eaten anything hard of
digestion, or feel heavy after mea:t, or sleep
leM at night, take a dote and you will bt relieved-
Time and Doctor' ItlU will be aaved
by always keeping the Regulator
In the House!
For, whattvtr the ailment may be, a thoroughly
safe purgative, alterative srtd lonle can
ever be out of place. The remedy it harmless
nd does not lutt-rftire with business or
IT IS FTRELT VEOETABLK.
And has all the power and etficiry of Calomel or
Quinine, without any of the injurious after effects.
A Governor's Testimony.
Simmont Ijver Regulator hat been in use in my
family fur tome time, and I am taiitfied it la a
valuable addition to the mcdual tcitnee.
J Gill Shi.htuh, Govtrnor of Ala.
lion. Aleiamler II. fttrttheus, of Ga.,
says : Havt denvtii u nit benefit from the ute of
bimmout Liver KcguUtor, and with to give it a
"The only Thins; that never fittls to
Relieve." I have uted many rtmediet fur lt
peptia. Liver Affection and liebility, but new
have found anything to benefit me to the eattat
Simmons liver Regulator hat. I tent from Min
nesota to Georgia fur it, and would tend further for
such a medicine, and would adviae all who art sim
ilarly affected to live it a trial at it isnna the only
thing thst never fails to relieve.
1'. M. Jakhrt, Minneapolis, Mina.
Dr. T, Vf. Mason aaysi From actual es
perience In the me of Simmons l iver K'Culatur is
my practice I have been and am satitriwl to ust
and prescribe it u a purgative medicine.
ataJTTake only the Oenolne, which always
has on tha Wrapper the red Z Trade-Mark
and feUaruature or J. H. ZEILIN CO.
FOR SAI.E BY ALL DRUGGISTS '
Q.EORGE II. LEACH, M. D.
Phvsioian and Surgeon.
Bpoclsl attention paid to tha Homeopathic treat
mrnt of sttrirlcal dlsossis, and dlsessus of woiiisd
sod child run.
Office: Ua Mtb street, opposite the rol Offloe,
H. J, E. STROXO,
128 Commercitil Ave, Cairo, 111.
VAPOtt, KLKOTRO-VAPOH ad MBDIC'ATKD
A lady In tttenilnuca.
pit. W. C. JOCKLYN,
arTlCK-Elghta Street, near CoratMrcla! Avenoe
R. K W. WHITLOCK,
OrsifB No. lSa Commercial Avttnne, belweea
Krpt'isid Nliith Htreesa
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
The .Largest Variety Stwk
IN Tit W OITVt
(,001)S HOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. 'PAT1E11 Ac CO
Car.MlMleanlktlra.il (JairO. Ills
OtMnaaOKlalAveBtW f wuvl 4tI
HERE AND THERE.
The Johnson Divorce Case
Thought to Be Blackmail,
Important Railroad Newi -Excitement
Over Irish Convention!
A Utter from Secre
Nkw York, May 3. Prlvnte Detective
Fortl, who tvns emplovvd by Mr. Johnson
ml Mi'. Htuluv, savt that be Ixtlleved front
the HtHrt that it waa a case of blackmail.
Mr. Johnion told him on one oocualon at
the poHi-oltlm, he ava, that thore was
plenty of nionev Id It for four of them,
mmiing lilni-i'lf, Ford, Mr. Johnson, a
private detective, and Mr. MIUjLsII, a tern
lei'ance tdvocau. Jobuion afterward
accused hint of belne bought over by Mr.
Hlifla., and when oa aali itwataotao,
culltid him a liar and shook bit flit Id hit
face. He told Johnson it.wta
a blackmailing? scheme and that be
would not bine anything- to do svith It.
Johnson wait so violent that be had to
draw a revolver and threaten to put a hole
in him. In their conversation, Mr. Ford
aays, Hlghler thked bim what be thought
about the matter, and ha replied (but from
emarks Mr. Johnson bad made blm It
wti a case of blackmail. He added that
Mm. Johnson waa a very fine lady and that
6 thought Mr. Johnson t crank. Mr.
Ford nays he went Into tbe case about two
weeks aj.'n. Mitckell hired him and gave
blm a receipted hill for two weeks board in
tbe Renitten House, where Mr. and
Mrs. Johnson boarded. He was to be
known as Ja. Walker. He told Mitchell
that be was nut of tht business, but that If
it was an Important case be would take
hold of It. At Mr. Johnson 'a request be
followed him and Mrt. Johnson to tbe
Grand Central depot and followed Mrs.
Johnson back home. When be got back to
bis room be found Mr. Johnson in bli
(Mr. Ford's) room. Itt lo the morn
ing after thl that be met Mr. Johnson in
tbe Pacific ftfllce.
Young Mr. Hleley said at bis father's
house: "Mr faiher la not at home, I
know nil shout this matter from the begin
nlny, Mid It's a clear case of an attcmut to
blackmail. Mr. Johnon offered to divide
with the detectives when be employed
them, but my father was not a man to' be
frightened liy threats, of any atory. When
he tins marie up his mind to a thine Le
sticks to It through thick and thin. It Is
claimed thut for a Ion? time be carded a
key to Mrs. Johnson's room Id tbe Hempen
houi-e. The way In which that occurred
w th'.M tnn one occasion when he called
at Mrs. Jol.nmn'a room the kev was on the
outside of the door, and ba tbouffhtleiiy
put It In hi pockut and brought it borne',
and I rrmi'iubtT that be fumbled a Ions;
time at the door and I let him In. H bad
tried to opefi his own door with that key.
He said to me: 'That la queer; I have
here a key to tbe Rem sen house.' H
tbrtw it down on tbe hat-rack, and It re
malned there for aeveral dayi."
Boston , May 3. The Houe to-da
voted jiD.uw to tbe Tewkesbury
Alms-boute. bich la the same appropria
tion aa in the vetoed charities
Dr. C. ?. Martin testified at tbe ex
amination to-day. He was a student at
Harvard School from '71 to '74. Xo bodies
were ever dissected there and no Infanta'
bodies ever brought In but once. No dogs
or cata were ever dlsiectd; consequently
their remains never mingled with those of
human behij,', a asserted In previous
testimony. About $10 was paid for bodies.
Ha knew nothing about the disposition of
tbe remains after dissection. Lorenzo 8.
Fairbanks teMttied bt bad examined the
books In w hich Cbas. B.Marib bd record
ed the money of patient and thera were
fifty-four ernauret and alternations, forty
aeven of which were of flgureeln the money
columns. These books cover from l(s8,
tmt for the rimt ten yeara of tbe present
management no book can
be found. Tbe Governor then
took tbe history book anil read that an
Inmate, numed Allen, bad died In 1877,
leaving i-W on tbe money book. Allen's
assets appeared aa il, ana thn book erasure
aa If changed from fit). Another book
abowed thut H was paid to the State. Jane
McGraty took JVfl 68 to Tewkesbury, but
was credited with $t ft'J, and the book
abowed that un erasure bad been made In
tbe most suxplctous manner. Elizabeth
Barrv was credited with H In the history
book", but on the money book the fluure 4
bad been altered to 1. Fairbanks testified
In a number of entries on tbe money book
relating to the asset of other patient. Tbe
erasure s had been made most skillfully to
at to make the Amounts leu than originally
Htar KonU Trial.
Washington, May 8. In the Slar Route
trial continued hit address to the
Jurv. "If porr-ey waa an Innocent man,"
said be, "why did bo continue Kerdell in
bis employment after be discovered bis
cbaractet, und why did ba aeek to com
pound a felony with blm to prevent him
from teMlfvlnir Instead of defying bim to do
his worst?'' Bliss sdtnittea the Govern
ment wit noun, Moore, was not a man of tbe
htghefit style, hut asked if It waa natural
tbnt contractors would employ a man of
high character to do Illegal work. They had
threatened to call Pelhnm. Moore'a coun
sel, to contradict blm, but they did no dare
dolt. They knew he would corroborate
Moore. The defense sought to make tbe
Jury believe the Government' wit
nesses perjured themselves from mere
pleasure In so doing. Which set of wit
nesses hnd the greater inducement to be
Kerdell had confessed everything and he
(Hllss) trusted hi punishment would be
lighter than the others. He would meet
bis punishment nntl pass Into obscurity,
but tnete whs no obscurity or oblivion for
the others, hence ther sought to color the
Washington, P. C, Mar 8.
Adnilral Porter ami stuff left the Washing
ton Navy Yard lo-tlay on the I'nlted Mates
plspatcti to Inspect tin' stiiadron now as
aenibUng In llanititon Hails.
It la proliablu tlm President will be prev
ent at the review, the date of
which may be delayed through thu
uimvoltlahlo absence of Sccretar''
Chandler. who hru been calbd
to New ltamp'-hiro !v sickness In tils fain
tly. A .ntnrat Death.
8t. LoCis. May 8. When John Lever
ing reached his home, at No. 1406Bentoa
treet, at 2 o'clock Hits morning, he found
hit mother dead on the floor. Her cloth
ing and the hod-covering were ttalued with
blood. Levering aroused the neighbor
and there was excitement. From the
coroner's Investigation, however.ltappeatt
that Mr. Leverlni: was a subject to severe
hemorrhages, and that It was (none of these
that the died.. .
Tysian No. 1,
Nfw York, May 8. The Eipreee sayt
tht necWary ntlldavlit to secure tbe extra
dition of Tynan (No. 1) have been here
for lieaaty two week. -
VMM. ILLINOIS. FRIDAY
Tusj mil lava(lftla.
Wabiunmtom, May May 3.-&TeUry
Folger addressed the following letter to
Murch In roiratd to the pending Igvestlaa
tlon of charges agalnat Supervising Archi
tect Hill: ,
"I have the honor to acknowledge tbe
receipt of your communication of the Itt
Inst., In which you oh) tot to placing Alex
ander upon the committee. Investigating
the affairs of tbe Supervising Architect's
otlloo In the Treasury Department. One
objection la that hi absence for tea or
twelve days will daisy tho Investigation
that length of time. I do not think It need
do that, as the testimony will he taken by
tbe stenographer. Tbe other two
members of tht commtltoe can
proceed In taMug testi
mony , which can be read by Alaiander on
bis return with the sm or nearly the same
effect us if he were pre. cut or hoard It de- -llvered
orallv. Another objection la tbnt
the Flftb Auditor of the Treasury Is subor
dinate to Asslstiiut Secretary trench. That
is an error. The auditors of this depart
ment are not the suliorutnatis of the
assistant secretaries, Thcv ire subordi
nates only of the I ca1 of tb department.
In no manner is tbe Fifth Auditor's "trice
attached to or uudor too special control of
or subordinate to tbe Assistant Secretary,
inasmuch, theu, the reasou of your objec
tion falla I think tho objootlou must fall
also. I shall continue Alexander upon the
committee. Hit absence. Is temporary, as
1 have before suggested, and noed not delay
tbe Investigation. The other two mem
bers of tbe committee can start upon it at
once. I would respectfully a.k that you
sigulfy ai soon a possible wtiuh you will
be readv to proceed.
very respectfully vours,
Signed, Cuab. J. FoLOKR,
- Uullean'e Attorney.
Waruingto.n, May 8. Mr. Cbas. H.
Reed, formerly counsel for Oulteau, was
asked. "Are you going to settle down In
this city!"' "You Just bet I am not, lam
going to New York, where 1 will practice
law.1' "Are you In any way oounected
with tbe muddle about Gulleau't bones)1"
"Yes, It appears that I cannot get out of
tbe clutches of Guileau's ghost. I have
been eiigaged by the (irapblc Company, of
New York, to defend them In Dr. Hicks'
libel suit." "Do you think the doctor will
scop in sny boodle on bis little racket"
"No. of course be won't. We uava filed a
plea in New York denying the Jurisdiction
of the District Court, aud on that we will
smash the doctor's little claim."
JxrFKstsox CiTr, May 3 A report hi
In circulutlou this morning that tbt citizens
of Lafayette county will petition tbe
Supreme Court to rHtuovefrom office Thos.
K. hklnuer, reporter of that body. Their
rtatona for to doing art that Skinner boa
boeniustrumental in having the Lafayetta
county Judges imprisoned under a recent
order of tbe United Statet District Court,
aud also that lie had a hand la tht im
prison meut of tht Cast county Judges, and
that he Is partly or wuolly responsible for
defeating a proposed compromise of the
bonded bebt of Lafayette county. Juat
abat this move will amount to cannot yet
Scott Liquor Low.
Ci.fvti.and, O., May 8. Tht ease In
volving the coustltullouallry of the Sontt
liquor tax bill came up In the Supreme
Court this morning on application of tbe
Attorney-General for an alternative writ of
mandamus to compel Frame, Auditor of
Akron county, to published a notice in the
county papers In accordance wltb tbe pro
vision of tbe bill. The writ waa grtoted
bv consent of attorney, returnable May
l6, the defendant to answer before May
28. The Attorney-General and Judge
West for the State, and J. W. Warlngton,
Klttrctlge and Judge Hoadley for tbe de
fense. A arrb for Butiidaa and WaUh.
New York, Mav 8. A diligent tearcb
for Sheridan and Walsh, who have been In
dicted in Dublin for the murder of Caven
dish and Burke, was made, but neither
cotiM bo fouud. Irish circlet ben are
considerably excited by the newt, and it Is
said that, sbc ul'l tbe British Government
cause their arrest, a vigorous fight for their
release will be made In the
law courts here by friends. No one
seems to know anything In regard to Ty
nan's movements. It Is said tbe latter It
also ludlcted for participation in tbe tame
VtcKiRi'RO. Mis., May 3. An explo
sion In the Refuge Oil Works, one mile
below this cltv W ednesday night caused
the Instant death of Minnie Navander, and
occasioned injuries to THIle and Henry
Parks to they cannot recover, and teriouily
Injured Watchman Donnelly and Andy
Green, laborers. Tbe cause of the explo
sion Is not known.
A Paytnaeler Robbod.
Fort Worth, Tex., Mtv 8. Informa
tion reached this city on Tuesday that Maj.
Wesson, urmv paymaster, had been robbed
of his valise containing 424, UX) In curren
cy, while occupying a sleeper on the Teiae
lViflo Railroad, near Sweetwater, on
Sunday last. The officer wat on hit way to
pay the troops at Fort Bliss. Ht Is now at
Colorado City, and gives to Indefinite to
count of the affair.
Chicaoo. Mav 3. A meetlnglng of SO
emploves of the Street Cable Railway we
held Tuesday night for the redress of
certain grievances, the chief one being the
new rule of tbe company compelling one
conductor to take charge of two cars,
thereby Involving heavy labor and Increaa
Ing the danger of loss of life.
Burlington, Iowa. May 8, Last nigh
the South Hill street-car stables burned
with twentv head or horses, can, etc. ; also
two adjoining residence. Nothing laved.
Loss, jS'JO.Ouu; tnsuranoe light.
Nbw Brunswick, N. J., May 8. Ho
fell, Totlen A Co,' lumber yard was
damaged hy fire to the extent of ft.OOU.
Five horses were burned. Incendiary.
Fort Fairfi:u, Me., May 8. A fir
Wednetdav nlgbt turned twelve families
Into the street. Nine ttnree and shops
were burned. It is Impossible to estimate
the losses st present. All are partially In
sured. Everything burned from the tclionl
home to thu Post-o Dice building..
Nrw York. May 3. There Is no truth In
the London nitnor that the United State
Government hss consented to extradite
Tynan, Walsh and Sheridan. The State
department bus not received any enmtnunl'
cation upon the subject.
Lot:tsviM.K, Ky.. May 8,-Durlngthe
past forty-tight hours there has been
shipped from this point one million sixty
nine thousand two hundred aud fifty-seven
pound of munufueturr-d tohmvo, and the
activity contlnuea The next two day
nearly as mucn more will go out.
Tho Olann Slardtrr. '
8T. Loins, May 8. This afternoon Al
bert Wing, tho slayer of Joseph Glenn, wat
held by Judgp Noonan for murder In Ibrt
first degree, and Essie Davit wti held as ai
accessory after tbe act, and her baud fixed
ManiaoN, Ind.,' May 8, Tbe steamboat
Fannie Freeze aunk to tht boiler deck al
0 o'clock thlt morning, three mile above
here. The olti of Frankfort hat font It)
MORNINfl, 3IAY 4. 1833.
TIGHTENING THE COILS.
Five Bllti Found Against Walsh, Sheridan
and Tynan-Others Plead Guilty.
Londox, Mav 8,-Tb weekly statement
of the Bank of England, show a de croane
of bullion of t'KVuiH); nroprotlon of bank
rotervt to liability 31 1-fi per cent.
A Kt!M( .
Londov, Mav 3, Ttio rumor prevails
here thut the United at ' Govcrnineut list
consented to extradite T nan, Walsh and
THB TkYXAMlWt rt.OT.
Lomoox. May 3.-Dr. Gallagher, Ber
nard Gallagher, Wilson, Cui ttn.Ansburgh,
Whitehead and Dalton, the seven men
charged with treason aud felony In con
nection with the dynamite conspiracy, were
train arraigned this morning. The
time of tbe session will be occupied by tbe
reading of the evidence taken at previous
hearings, at the conclusion of which the
prisoners will bt remanded another week.
Pxtkbbohcuh, F.ng., May J. Priest-
?:ate street, one of tho principal thorough
area of this city, whs partly blown up last
nlgbt. Great excitement was caused by
tbe explosion a it wss thought it was the
work of dynamite fiends, but it Is believed
it wat due to tbe Ignition of gas In the
ae wer under the street. Tbe houses on tbe
street were much damaged.
4 A DISABLED MIJlA.MKR.
Loxdo. May 3.-.Th barque Nicosia,
which arrived at Bremen, reports that on
April 20, the tpoke tht steamer Hiibsbuig,
from New York, April 7, for Bremen, pre
viously spoken with. Her shaft waa dis
abled. The Habsburg reported all well.
The weather wat fine at tbe tlm i.
BiltaIT, May 3. Two bundrtd persons
who art known to bo members of tbt Pat
riotic Brotherhood, have left Crnssiuaglen,
County Armagh, and Its vicinity because
of tbe revelations made recently Implicit
tag them In unlawful acts.
ttnax ani shkridax.
Dt'Bi.tN, May 3. If true bills are found
against Walsh, Sheridsn and Tynan, It Is
understood the Government will demand
tbelr extradition from America.
ACTION OF THB GRAND JCRY.
Dl'BLIN, May 8. The Crowu baa pre
sauted to tbe Grand Jury bills for murder
against Peter Tynan, "No. 1," John
Welsh, and P. J. Sheridan, and a bill as
accessory to murder after the fact against
Fltzbarrla. Welsh aud Sheridan art In
Amtrlca, and Tynan 1 supposed to bt
there. The Graud Jury have found trut
bil It against Lawrence Haulon, James and
Jo. M u I let t and Daniel Delaney on a
charge of attempting tbe murder of Juror
Dennis field. Tbey have also found true
bills for oonsplrtcv to murder against the
two Mullett. Lawrence Hanion, Edward
McCaffrey. Edward O'Brien. Geo. Smith,
Peter Doyle, Thos. Doyle. Wm. Moloney
and Daniel Delaney. The bill against
Thomas Martin, charged with the sAme
offense, wis rejected. James Mullett was
arraigned ou a charge of conspiracy to
murder. Several of tit other men, charged
wltb the same offense, aro expected to also
plead guilty. Lawrence Hanion wss
next arraigned ou a charge of
attempting to murder Dennis Field. He
pleaded not gulity, and his trial waa be
gun. AT I AST.
DCBIJN, May 2. Tbe Grand Jury wer
sent back to reconsidar tbe csia of Thomas
Martin, tbe bill against whom they bud re
jected, and after again deliberating for
aom time returned a true bill agVmst
Tbt Grand Jury hare also found true
bills against Edward O'Brien and Edward
McCaffrey for participation lu tbt murder
of Cavendish and Burkt.
Be RLW, Mav 8. Tbe statement of the
Imperial Bank of Gcrmanv shows de
crease of specie of 3,720 mirks.
a moral ai.lv.
Berlin. May S- The North German
Gaxeue. commenting on the overtures of
tbe French press to the Republican of
Italy and Spain, which paper speaks of
France a being the moral ally, says that,
although this istietting with the Ilevolu
tlonltts is s bad symptom, it Is leu danger
ous to pesce than tbe Intrigues an Orleaulst
restoration In France would speedily batch
in European capitals.
Copenhagen, May 8. Tbe Danish Arc
tic expedition baa started for Greenland
for the purpose of exploring that coun
Cairo, May 3. A telegram has been re
ceived from Col. Illcks, reporting that on
toe Win ult. be hail an engagement with
0,000 rebels. The battle, which lasted bulf
an hour, resulted in the defeat of the reb
els, with &") killed, including the LletiUtn-ant-General
of El Mchdl, tbe tsUe prophet,
aud manv were wounded. The Egyptian
lost was slight. Col. Hick prulse the gal
lantry of the Egyp""" troops.
Chicago. May . Tho Journal' Dan
ville, III-, special says a frame hotel at
Danville Junction, owned by the Indiana
polls. Ulootnluirton aud Western Hallway,
was burned this morning. Loss $20,000;
THE ZUNIS INDIANS.
Senator Logan's Visit to the Triba List
AT. IxiUia, May 8. To-day'i Pott-Dispatch
contain the following special from
Chicago: Senator l,gau's constituents
are not pointing with any great degree of
pride to the results of his visits to the
Western Indian reservations last summer.
It was given out that the Senator Mould
spend the summer In studying the Indtttn
question on the spot, and the result would
be some new legislation for the amellora
tlon of tbe condition of the several tribe
end their advancement into civilization.
Tbe only result h.ts In A" 'but a flaw has
been found In I he legs! title of the .tint
Indians to tbe Nutrlns Valley, which has
been rooognlzed as theirs by right of a
peaoeful and sole occtiiiuucy antedating the
discovery of America by a hundred years,
and that a syndicate cninpo.ed of Senator
Logan's son-lu-law and soma of his friends
are In a fair way In dispossess the poor
Zunlt of their indent possession by a pro
cess worthy of a land pirate only.
The Zunls are not a migratory tribe, but
live In dwellings, cultivate tlm ir round, aud
have herd of puttie, sheep and donkeys.
They do not receive and never have received
aid from tho government, but are entirely
telf-iupportlng, peaceable and happy. Il
It one of thulr proudest traditions that they
have never klllod an "American," as they
distinguish the residents of the United
States from the Mexicans. Their reserva
tion la almost entirely a barren desnrt, on
ly small ponton being enpable of tuttaln
Ing herd of rattle, anil a limited tract be
ing tuscrptlblt of cultivation undor
tyttetn of Irrigation which they havo prac
ticed for centuries. They raise corn, whey!
and vegetables In limited quantities, snfll
elent only for their sustenance, aud tht ar
able land oould not support more than tbe
number who are now fed from ltabout
1,600 people. The Nutrias Spring ettp.
pile all their irrigating dllche. De
privet of It, thev mutt leave tht vIIIhi
tbey bast occupied for so many centuries
or Ura. The goternmrnt onUltl give
thera food, but il eeuld not gtyt them wa-
THE UNION PACIFIC.
Claims Against the Govarnmant Comter
Washington, May 8. Sldnty Dillon,
president of tbe Union Pacific Railroad
Company, baa written a long letter to .Sec
retary Teller concerning tho clalnia against
tbe road. He suvs there I dun the com
pany a turn Unruly In excess of the amount
claimed by the Secretary of tha Interior lo
be due tbe Government, and that any claim
of the United Stales for Immediate pay.
ment under the Tburman act must be based
either upon tbe rate of allowance for postal
services fixed upon tbt Postotfloe Depart
ment, which tbe Supreme court hat re
jected, or upon the allowance for that tor
vice at txpress ram, as taxed by the tym
pany. Adopting the rate tbut claimed by
tha company tbe Govern ment It Indebted
to the road il.TM.m, a turn far In txue.i
of tht amount sought to be reoovered by
the Interior Department.
An Important question concerning pay
ments to the Paclfio Railroad Companlea
for Government trantporution It now be
fore the first comptroller of the Treasury,
and a decision is expected at an early day.
Tho question I whether the earning tor
such transportation on subsidized lands
leased and e)erated by the Paoltlo Kali
roadtCompaule cau be lawfully withheld
at it now tht practice of the Treasury De-
rjarfmnnr. i,v suliAtliM th. .,. u.l) k
Jpald to the companies in cash.
Tbe Attorney-Oeneral hat elren an epla-.
ion tun me poitiou or tneir earnings de
rived from Government transportation on
unsubsldlzed leased linet must be paid la
oash and osnnot legally be withheld. The
question at Issue involves a large tun.
Tho Jlioaigaa Cootral.
Detroit, May 8. The annual meeting
of the Michigan Central railroad waa held
10 this city to-day. Tbe annual report
shows the following facta: Grots tarntngt,
9), 041, 032; operating expenses, W,67l,
73H; interest and rentals, $1,801,871; nst
revenue S.W,93o. Construction expendi
ture $177, SfM; 3 per cent, dividend paid
February 1st last $874,764, leaving a cash
surplus of $15,21)0. The Improvements
and addltlous made to tht company's prop
erty amount to ous aud a quarter million,
all property was chargtable to construction
aocount, but only $578, OX) waa actually
charged, the othert being Inoluded
In operating expenses. The gross
earnings from traffic ahow an lncrsaae
of U3,000; operating expenses a
decrease of $UQ.0OQ, resulting In an In
creased net earning of $178,000.
The freight trafflo sbowt a decrease of
11 per enr, and a decrease in earnings of
1240,278 or It 4-10 ptr cent, but tha il
ere ass In the rate per ton per mile 7K per
cent. Tbs passenger trafflo thews an in
crease of 4 8-10 per cent. Increase In
earulngt.rjOi. er almost U per oenl,
and the Inurtane In rates per passenger a
mile six ssvnn-teutbs ptr cent. Tht can
st ruction accounts foot u for the year
$l,fl3,200, of which $1,008,779 was for the
northern extension of the Jackson.
Lansing and Sagiaaw road frem Qsylord
to tbe Strait of Mackinaw. The re
sults of tbls extension are considered
satisfactory. The land commissioner 0f
thlt branch Indicates It resources will
untlmately extinguish lie entire fundsd
debt. The following directors were elected
for the ensuing year: Win. M.; Wm. K.;
and Cornelius Vanderbllt, AugeatusSchell,
Samuel F Barger, E. W. Worcester, New
York; Henry B. Ledyerd, Detroit: Anson
Stager, Chicago; Wm. L. Sco t, Erie, Pa.
New York, May 8. Laborers employed
in the weighing department of tbs Custom
bouse, who struck for higher wagee, re
turned work to-day at to Increase of 8
oents an hour. They hail formerly been
paid 2ft oentt per hour. Tho Increase sii
given by instructions of Vwretary Folger.
The strike in Kinney Bro Cigarette
factory still oontluuot.
In Taylorvllle, III., on Wednesday night,
a hard character, named Dehorns, was
shot by a night watchman named Keller,
from whom he was attempting to
At Summit, Miss., on Tuesday evening,
fifty armei' iin took Amos Balley(oolorta)
who uiu; ' 1 dah Cain, a prominent
farmer, from tho County Jail and lynched
MAY 8, 1883.
ITOGS Fairly active; $8 (iVt htrher
light "7f97 40: mixed pocking and shipp
ing $7 8.V37 705.
CATTLE Acilva and itronger; export
SO if3J HO; good to oholee shipping
$3 MM 35; common to fair $3 4Wo 80.
HOGS Lower and dull : buyer holding
oft. Light to good Yorkert $7 10(5
7 13; common to good mixed packing
$0 7.V97 2fl; butcher and heavv shipper
$7 c7 35; skips and culls Jo 50fr6 60.
WHEAT May $112b.; June $116;
July flt7i; August $lltti Sep
tombcrtl ltisi; October $1 Id b.jyear
CO UN -Mav M'-;June 67 fiH July
68 W."; August 60S, ; year 62 S .
OAT- Mav 4'J( ; June iiH; July 43V;
Augu -t 3,'iS:"year83ai b.
WHKAT-M'iv $1 18H; June $1 16H;
Julv I I.H: August $1 lftsji September
$1 Itl'vi October! 18;year$l 13.
COllS-May r2(n ' j June 6;July
66 Vrt'ii August 60 year 47 X b.
OATS-Mav MS b. ; June 44 b. ; July
42 K ; year 88 t.
WHEAT -Muy $123; June $1 S4;
Julv $1 26X. . , .
CORN'-Mav67; JunefWV: Jul 7K .
OAT-!uy i"1; June 80; July 60V
sjoaalry lrodao, Eto.
HLTTEIt Demand good and market
fairly active for the oholoe fresh qualities,
with offering sufficient to meet the In
quiry. We quote: Creamery 2W(.')0 for
choice and fanoy: second 26foi27. Choice
to fancy dslryUsW0; fair to good 1.Y4J0;
EUGH Quiet demand atl2o, but feel
ing rather ume; toote tmtMMH.
LIVE POULTRY Old chloktnt wtrt in
moderate demand and liberal tunply, Imt
ruled steady at $8 SMMftO for cocks, $8 76
4 26 for mixed, aooordlni to number ot
o-H kslii theeoop; end $4 W(aM 76 for bens.
Tbe largest portion of tho iprlog chickens
received art entirely to mall, and are al
most unsalable; they aro nominal at $1 60
rif2 60; medium ttitd era fair talt at $3 60
Ct 60, and oholoe large ready tale at firm.
Turkeys quiet; talee. I eoopt at ItH o V N
LEAD Dull and weaker) taltt, I cars
comtnoa toldat$4 20 and 6 cart bard at
$4 10; reflntd quoUblt at $4 16. ,
Country marktU quiet, fled wlntsr
wheat eff ooatt advanctd 8d. Good mixed
American corn off eoast advaneed twl. lied
winter wheat to arrlvo advanoed 81.
Woather eoltt. " vThoal trnaeri No. 1
spring Aa Id ; No. 8tprlngl 8d; Western
winter l mixed Weetern corn firm ad
shade higher at 0a 7. Demaitd from
Uielted Klugdom and Coatlaeal fair for
wivtat and mntit
of the universal siicees of
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r; Diarborn Aw., Chicago, Xo. y.
I have Keen a great sufTsrer from
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Htr.anri hoara will he placed at
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The ear v s.'Sr,n 1 the tiet to ret fall beaett af
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XTy' Kidncj Complaints,
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trd tswortvans: Illinois Caatrali Waiiath, .
Louis and radnci lain Mountain ami rVuthrn,
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Lanrlit i e hat ont tnare distant.
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tsantlr), llrdraulie lllcvsw.. r.lectrtr Call Hell.
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