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Impurity of tha
A Kite, Malaria,
and all Dlaaasea
cauifld by Da.
raageuent of Ur, Bowelt and Kidney.
,T!l?TOM.9 9F A DISEASED LITER.
Bad Hreath ; I'ain In Ike Wie, t ..mrtirne th
pain U felc under tht Shoulr-Uie, mittakea fcf
Kbcumatiim; general low of apprtite; Rowtl
K "rally coative, toiaMlaua ahernailng with lai:
ku Is troubled with pun, la dull al heavy,
S with caaiideraUe; loa ut Baannry accompanied
vaMhiHiKht to have pern done s a slight, dryeouk
aaa lunhed face ia aoraatiaM aa aticiideat, oftta
niMakcn for comamptroa; tha tk.-)t torn plain
of weanncu and deUlity : aavoua.wilir ilartled;
irrx cold or burning, lomeilawa a pritklv Mutation
of the tltin eut; tp.nia a low and ucapoadeot,
and, although tatiinai that exercUe woild be bewa
il, ial, yet one can hjnlljj Mimnoa up fortitude to
' Try la fact, diamine wry fnml. Several
oi the above symptom attend the cliara, but case
have occurred when but fiw oi then ck'mkI, yet
oaamnujoan after death hai ahovn the liver to
aat baaa eaten! rely deranged.
It should be tuad hj all pcrn, old. aaa
rUif. wbenavas- uy ef law a We
J tj'iavtoai appear.
rtraons Travelling or Living In Vu
- healthy LooUiUet,lry taking a d
ally to keep the Liver ia healiiiy action, will avoid
aU Malaria, IMioue attack, OirnicM, Nau
sea, Drowt'ne, Depreulou nt Spirm, etc. It
will invigorate like a glaae of wine, bill la no la
If Ton hava eatea anything- hard of
nlgertlun, or fed heavy after nteaii, or lep
le at night, uke a duae aa.1 you will be relieved
Tluia and DocUir' Rill will ha ear ad
bf alwuya keeping tha ItnguUtor
In the Ilnuaet
For, whatever the all .rem may be, a thamughly
Safe purgative, aile-rallve and tonle can
never be out of place. The r-mfdy It Imrmlaee
and doe uot Interfere with buaiue or
IT 18 PURELY VKC.ETABI.B.
And hat all the power and etticacyi f Oimiel or
Qujnine, without any of tit injurious after effnta.
A Ooveraor'a Teotlmony.
Simmimt Liver Regulator hat been in tite In my
family for vme urn, and I am untQtd it ia a
valuable addition to the medical tcirnre.
J. Gill SHierm, (mirmt of Ala.
Hob. Air lander II. Mpheti, nf Ge.,
aayt: Have dertxed mm heixh! (mm the ue ol
Simmon Uer RrguUtor, aatl uh lg give it a
"The only Thing that never fafla to
Relieve." I have used mjnv reroctlin fir Dyv
prptia, Liver Affection and Debility, but never
hare fcund anything- to benefit me In the eatent
Simmon I.ivcr Regulator hit. I lent from Mia
aeaou to Georgia tr it, and wrulj tend fiinber for
uch a medicine, and would aitvite 4J ho are urn
ilarly afTcctcd to give it a irul at it teem the only
thing (Iji never hii!t to relce
P. M. JaKxay, MiaocapolU, Mina.
Dr. T. W. SInaoii aa) 1 Tm actual ea
perirace in the me of himmwn Lin r !i,-ulator ia
any practica 1 have been and am uiithcd to uac
and prucribc it a a purgative nwdicine.
triTTake only the flanuina, which alwayi
ha ob the Wrapper the rd Z Trade-Mark
and Signature) of J. II. ZEIMN A CO.
FOR SALE EY ALL DRL'RCISTS
QEOROK II. LEACH, M. D.
Physician and Surwcoon.
(tpteial ittfii'lnn paid loth Honeon-hle trant
meet of urical dlaeaaat, and dieao of eronioa
Offlre: On Utb, p'nwn, oppiraUa tha Po OH.,
'"aim. III. " '""
H. J. K. 8TR0N0,
128 Ctunmercial Ave , Cairo, III.
VAI'OR. ELE3TR0-VAP0R awn MRDICATKD
A WJy la ktuiudaar.
W. C. JOCKLYN,
d : nti8 t .
ijKUl B-Kigblk Htreet. or Comu eieia' Atet lit
R. E W. WHITLOCK.
Orrn i No. ISO Oummcrelal Atatine, httwta
rrf) and Ninth '"'
m d.4i I Cairo, Illinois.
DRY GOODS and NOTIONS,
full line of all tha lateat. nnwoat color
and quality, and beat mauufactura.
IJAHPKT DEPARTMENT V.
Body Brotaela, Tapealrlot, ItiRrama, Oil
Clolbi, A Ac.
Clothing and Gents' Furnishing
Thl D- partmon'. occuplot a full flor and
la completo In all roapeota. Qood are
guaranteed ol latent atyla aod bent ma
terial. Bottom Prices and First class floods!
PROPRIETOR OF 8PROAT'8 PATBNT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice
ICF BY THE CARLOADOR TON,WEII
PACKED FOR SHIPPING
Oav Loads a Speoialtv.
(lor, Twelfth Street and Lovee,
ALLIUAY BROTH KRS
n.OUR, flRAIK AND HAY
Hicfaut CMb Prlee Paid for Wheat.
POLITICAL AND SOCIAL
". ' 'V-
Provisions of the New Civil
A Wedding on th Sly-TheUiual
List of Crlmei and Caiual-
, Nw Yokk, Mht 4.ThTlmat to-day
print llietlrufl ut the civil frvl'T nil
tboy wfre pit-i'iuQ to ttn; priUk-tit. Tbi-y
open wit 1) two rule coni'lift it tha. Iin
iruaxe of ttm tuiuta prohlljtiiux coarvluu
by any mix In the r uf tUe pollilril
aoUon uf any other peron or bnjy, and all
Interference' witli any rlcctlun, .and alto
announcing that no oil In the icrvlofl hll
be umlir any obligatlou lu contribute
to any polltieal futid, and will not be re
moved or othervYlne prejudiced for refuiilng
to rt'f o.
The ntllcer coming under the rulci lira
divided Into Ibrcfi flne, to he known
"The rlaasifleil urvlc it W'aahlliKton, "
"The classltiftl cutonn iervtce,'an(i,,lbe
clamilltd pubUl tervlce." Under the
lecond clai are embraced eleven cutitom
bouM-a. I'nder tbe tblrd are Included
twenty-three poatofficei. KuU 0 pro
ride-, in the linguae of the law, for open
competitive txainiunilon, practical In
their character and calculated to test Btneei
for tbe pokitiun aougbf, and It alio pro
vide for a competitive examination of a
lultahle character to tettt tbe tne of per
on for promotion In the tiervice."
The nuliJectH of the examination for ad -diImIoii
to the service aro deK'i llied in tbe
eventh rule. They are penmanship, copy
ing and letter-v rltltig, tbe fundfaniental
ruleii of Biitbnietlc, fractioni and perrent
age, intert-t, dUcount, and the element
oi book-keeping and. account, in all of
which a niliiiinuua rank of 60 per cent I
required. The subject of tho elementi of
the EnjrlUh Unpiaf, and of the reop-a-rby,
hwtory andKemuient of the L'nlted
feta"teare Included, but on tb-e only f0
percent.lt required at a mlulinum, aud
for the lower oitiot examination will be
limited topenmanblp, copying and otlhos
rapby. and the Itindnmental rulea of a tit h -metlo,
with a prade tif 06 per cent, at leaM.
Special examiuatlona may he held for ap
pointment to office requiring peculiar
I'rox Ision i made In tbe rule to exclude
any consideration of political or relletou
lew or blliliHtlou grid to dUcourakie any
dlcloure of them. ArranKamenu are
made for ohx rvinx the reijuiremem of the
law regarding tbe apportionment of ap
pointment among tbe various States. The
eommlion ie to certify to the respective
appolialnc orficer toe tbre pennlona
undliiK' lilbekt id fxaratnstlon amone
thooe eligible to the place to b HUcW aud
from thi he the appointment is to be made.
If the appointing officer rcqufafa it. the
oertlnrattoQ will be made from tnoeof one
sex; othemt-e ez U to be disreifarded.
Appointments are to be mad Drvt for a
probationary term of six month, and de
tailed provUtoo la made for aeouriua; satis
factory evidence of the conduct of the ap
pointee during tbla term. If it eoBrm h1
Suieaa he will be abaolutely appointed If
t . h.' v M W TrrtKi at tb elwat We
probatlon aa out of the service.
AN ILLEGAL BUSINESS.
Privite Letter Offlcel Raided bj Govern
New Yohk, May . Many complaint
were made the pust month to I'otinater
I'ien-un, by the merchant, of the non
delivery of their letter. The matter was
referred to Inspector Newcomb, who was
led to believe, after a abort examination,
that the trouble arose from tbe interference
of private office about tbe city. The mat
ter was placed in tbe bands of Co). Sharp,
the Chief lucpector of the General Post
office at Washington, who came
here and baa been engaged
for two weeks looking Into the workings
of Hufctev'i. Hoyd's and other private
offices. Cpon Col. Sharp's report to tbe
Poslinaster-Genera.1, an opinion waa sought
from Attorney-General Urewnter, who
decided that all tbee private letter offices
were a cross violation of law. Therefore
it was deoiued to raid tbe two largest con
cerns of the kind in this city, Boyd'i and
Huaney'a. About the commencement of
the bubinen of tbe day Col. tbarp and Mr.
Cnmii, with live deputy United Sutes
Marshals, went to Boyd's and Inspectors
Neweomb and Speeao, with other deputy
U. 3. Marxhula went to Hussey's office.
The carriers were Juat coming out and tbey
were f-eiiul aud their pouches taken
from them. Some of tbe carriers in their
frig ut threw down their bags of latter and
papers, and, pitching off their official
cap, took to flight. The innpeutor then
raided both offine. A truck was procured
and loaded with from 5,000 to 6.000 letter
and packages which were found in one of
the office. A great quantity of news
papers, circulars and other printed mater
ial found nt lluiiflev'a whs nrt dot roved.
At Hoyd's ttbot: l'V"' to 18,000 letters
were seized. Too material waa taken to
tbo Post-office, where It was asaoited hy
several clerk. No arrett have yet
beeu made, though It Is probable Indict
ment will be found against the person
carrying on this Illegal business by tbe
The penalty for apmltng a letter by
private express Is a tike of $T0, and parlies
carrvtng on the cxpreias are liable to a fine
of tiSO for every offonse. Tho two offices,
It I tjulil. delivered upwards of 4O.000
letter daily on their penuy Postage plan,
thereby defrauding tbo font-office of
several hundred dollars dally. It Is s:ild
bundtec'x of office aud mensenger boys
w hen neut to tbe 1'ost-olllce to mall letters
and given money to pay tbe regular postage
go to these offices, where they only pav
one penny, putting tho difference in their
pockets. One office employed forty-five
carrier and the other tdirty, Several
othei offices of a like character In tha cltv
for the delivery of circulars, eto., will
next receive the attention of the Post
iT. Louts, Slay 4. -Mr. H. D- Hill, of
thla city, ha been experimenting with
several subsiunci"., nil finds thnt paper
makes the bent poxsllile carbon point for an
electric, light. lie said, this morning:
'Well, tnyolf nnd lr, Peter Stolnhauer
bave lately been experimenting In electrlo
lighting, and have made, as we think,
lomo important tliHitoverlea, and are or
ganizing a company to go into the butnei
extensively. Wo have got far enough to
announce that It Is likely that In the near
future any peraon will be able to create his
own electric light by ulng th paper be
read the evening before and preparing the
same In carbon pencils, whereby he re
ceives a better and mire steady light than
under tho costly lamp now men. ,
A HIT sllaae. !
Richmond, Va., Mnv 4. A lire broXe
out at 1 o'clock In W. A. Bragga k Co.'i
lertllfxer Manufactory, corner of Twenty
fourth street, and that establishment, to
gether with Kelloy White's box factory
tod several small stores, were destroyed.
Ail tht burned buildliuia wer of brick.
HAXHO. ILLINOIS SATURDAY MOBNINfl
Altef IBM ladlaata.
WiMiiNuiuN, May 4. Tbe following
dispatch from Gelt, Crook was received by
Oeu, Sherman this morning:
fan BitrnaUIna Spring., A. T. , J
To Adjutant-Genera! United States Army,
Waalilngtou, D. C. ,
Tbe dUpuch of it6th Inst, from Gen. '
Eherman received, It Is not my Intention
to violate the eeuventlon between the two
Governments. TUe great object In
vudtlug Sonora and Chihuahua
wat to arrange for eo-opeimtlon, and, in
cue mr troops followed hostilities In Mex
ico, to ice if 1 could not secure t liberal
Interpretation of the terms of agreement
In regard to tbe time I could be allowed
to remain there. It I my Inteution to
atart to-morrow mornlnir In pursuit of
the savage In accordance with tbe treaty.
Signed, Or.oHc.K Ckuok,
At the date of bit d!.jtcu Geueral
Crook was upon tbe Vjrfler In the extreme
eoutheahiern corner of the Territory of
Arizona at a point of eonte. wlih Mexico
and toe itn Urles of Arian-.ia end New
Mexico. From this point tht .Sierra
Mad re range of mountains extend In a
joutheatUsrlr direction, aud along tlic-e
mountain the hostile are supposed to be
making their way. Owing to their famil
iarity with the mountain foatnemies the lak
of discovering and dllodifin the Indians
will be attended wtUt dimeuTty aud uncer
tainty. After conferring with' Gen. Sher
man, Secretary Lincoln decided it un
necessary at present to telegraph any
furtbsr instructions to Gen. Crook.
Blew tola Brains oat.
8T. Loi n, Mav 4. Sir. Alois Frey, of
No. 1020 Storton street, shot hlmelf In the
bead In bis home this iuomiiir. Ho was
wot one of the firm of Schmidt '
Frey, whose store I under the southern
Hotel. He and Mr. Frey dwelt In th
ame houe and were brothert-ln-kw, Mr.
Frey's sister bavin; been Schmidt s first
While Mr. and Mrs. Schmidt ware play
Ing with their baby tbey heard th
report of a pistol and, ascending tht stairs
found Alois Frey dead on the floor with
forty-four calibre British revolver in bis
right band, tbe bill having entered, tbe
head at tbe right temple, passlnji
through the brain aud lodging In tbe war
Four Peraona Killed.
Detroit, Mich., May 4. Christisn
Jensen, bis wife and 18-year-old daugbtei
and Slit. Raiun Jurquenen, all old cltl
ten of Tnifiuto, Montcalm county, while
returning from church lu a wacon Thurs
day, attempted to cross the truck of tht
Detroit, Lanlng and Northern It. R., and
waa struck by the north-bound express.
All were iiittantly killed. Tbe wagon road
lead down from a steep bill, while the
railroad track emergea at this point from a
deep cut. No blame probably attaches te
Arcblte Hill's) Cat.
Whingtox. Slay 4. Assistant Sec
retary New, chairman of tbe special com
mittee to investigate the affairs of the Su
pervUiiur Archttect'e office, was informed
by Mr. Murcb that be will be ready to
appear before the committee in a short
time, He says be has no objection to
Alexsnder serving on tbe committee, and
hopes to be able to say definitely to-morrow
when he will be ready to proceed. He
wishes to examine document in the archi
tect's office before beginning tbe Investi
gation. The paper oe require will bo
furnished upon npplloetlon.
A fttrlke atasrt) to Oaao.
" ' Prmarna, Mar 4. The action of tha
conference eomu'Uent n& tbe trom maccv
tacturere and Amalgamated Atoeiaac
yetterdav, In adjourning tine die without
any satisfactory agreement having beeu
reached makes a strike on June 1st at this
time appear Inevitable. Both aidet are
firm and expreat a determination to hold
out. Tbe committee of tbe iron manufac
turers eciisiderftbelr work a completed,
and say that If the workmen desire another
conference they will have to make a re
quest, aud another committee will be ap
Carroi.ltox, III., My 4. A fire at
Greenville, Green county, early Thursday
raorninir, destroyed tbe buildings compris
ing tbe " entire block west of tbe public
sauare. including Soutberard's Hotel,
Masonic and Odd Fellows' Hall. Loss,
$37,000; slight Insurance.
Dakhnoto.v. Wia., May 4. A fire
Thunday morning destroyed two newspa
per offices and three business bouses.
Loss, 175,000; Insurance $40,000.
An Act of taaora.
IIaCTE, Ind., May
eorner-Htone of tbe Colored Methodist
Church was pulled out of the building Fri
day nlgbt, and four or five dollars in coin
or scrip and other contents stolen. There
Is gteat excitement among the brethren,
some contending It was a tin to place to
much temptation in the way of the worldly
and wickedly. Tbe rest of the building
waa left. There Is no clUe to tbe coins.
Washinotos, May 4. Tbe First Comp
troller of the Treasury In examlng the ac
count of Dr. Josephs, tbe late disbursing
clerk of tbe Interior department, has dis
covered certain irregularities In connection
with tbe accounts of the Freedman's Hos
pital. It Is alleged that part of the appro
priation for the clothing for that institution
was paid out for the salaries of officers.
WaSIIinoto.v, May 4. AI1 members
the Cabinet were present it tbe meeting
to-day. The civil service rules, as re
vised ', were finally considered. Membort
of civil service commilon were at the
White House during tbe meeting, and
were consulted on various points under
Port TOWN8KXD, W. T., Slay 4. The
l'nlted Hate steamer Adams has Just ar
rived from Alaska bring news of tbe wrecK
of tho steamer Kureka In Peril stnlt while
on her way to rlai riaburg, Alaska. Depu
ty Collector Wrangle reports allthepssnen
gert, twenty-nine in number, saved.
A Ntiocottfnl Strike.
Petkpbbcro, Va., May 4. The brick
layers of this city struck for an advance to
Ut a dav. The ucimtmt for such mechanic
iioro Is so great that It was naceary to
grant the increase.
A Deadly Elevator.
New York, Slay 4. The elevator to the
Bryant Building, corner of Naatt and Libs
erty streets, became) unmangenble Ihl
morning, andGuntav nhlff.KlaMmercbant,
In attempting to escape was crushed to
Nuw York, May 4. Tht bankers,
broker nnd othern are cautioned against
neifotlatiti!,' eleven Bank of England note,
each for 1,000 numbered 7o,1n0 to 75.190.
Payment stopped at the bank. .
A ink rail.
PiTTSriuno. Slav 4. The tanners"
strike has completely collapsed. All th
best men have returned to work at a reduo
Hon, and tbe places of Inferior nun have
beeu Oiled by new mon.
f. I.anla Cnatota-tianao.
WAtHiNfiTON", May 4. Bids were
.opened at the Treasury for an li on fence
around tbe new postofflce at 81. 1-oul.
A Qulncy. 111., manufacturer was the
lowest bid tier.
The ut earner Africa, from -Ner York
March 87, for Lalth end Hamburg, It eon
How the Dynamite Plot was Betra"d-Afr
other 'Invincible" Sentenced
' Other Cablegrams.
TCi.A!r. ., .
London, May 4. Th report wt In cir
culation to-day that the Government had i
received cable dUpnie.ii irun New York
stating that Wul.li and nhxi irliiii bad been .
arrested by the Amerlotu auihoritla.
LorPO, Mar i. Bullion withdrawal
from lbs Bank of Euland on balance 00,
' 4 NKW 9VXV.
Lohdos, My 4.- At a conference of
members of the IrUh NatlouatUt partr lu
London, it wo resnived'to orgaulze a fund '
for the reJlcf of famllhi and persons, who.
have fled Uieeouutry or- heu BvnMiiiil In '
connection with the trurder trials la Ire-(
land, and aenera'ly under the crimes a:t. ,
It 1 eonipuirtd m families have been rcn- i
tiered deatltuie by the flight or Incu cera-;
tlon of their hrcad-winuer. An addreM ;
will be issued to the Irish Nationalist in j
America and the BritUlt colonies appealing ;
for eontribulions to the proponed fund, and
delegates Will be sent thither to set forth ,
the need for tpedv nsalstauce.
London, May 4 In the Home of Com-.
mons this afternoon the speaker stated ttvit :
be bad received a letter from Uradl ingb.lii !
which he announced that he would at the
beginning of Suidiies to-dav ask to lie,
permitted to take the oath. Tbe speaker
aaked for the guidance of the House. Loud
erics were made for UladHtone, but s the
Prime Minister did not rls, Sir Stafford
Nortbcote stated that he would propo
that Bradlaugh be excluded from golnt;
through euch a form, (iladatote raid ht
oouldrxe no objection to the motion,
which, under the clrcumxUtncet, Sir Staf
ford Nortbcote wo the i roper person to
make. On motion of Labeuchore it vr ,
decided to bear BradlniL'li In hi own be
half at tbe bar of the Hou. Brudlau'h
pointed out that the House bad thought lit
Thursday evening to reject the affirmative
bill, the 'passage of which would have ena
bled him to take his seat. It was now his
duty to takt tht oath. The law had given
him a teat la the House, and lu tb
name of the law he demanded It.
His exclusion wa an aot of flagranti ini
quity. No set of his nd Justified the ac
tion of tbe House which should declare his
teat vacant or pa a bill dltuallfylng htm.
As long at be was Utquallned be would
claim bis right to the seat.
Mr. Bradlaugh ngau addressed tbe
House, arguing In favor of Mi claim to a
seat. After speaking for half an hour be
returned to his usual eat below the bir.
and the subjcot dropped.
Labouchere oppose the motion of North
cote, and Gladstone, on moving the
previous question, announced that he
would vote with Labouchere against; the
motion wot then carried bv a vote of 1271
LoirDO. May 4. The steamer Habs
burg, before reported as overdue, was
spoken Mth ult. In iHtitudo 17 deg. 42'
north, longitude 17 Aug. 5' west. All
well and no assistance required. Tbe
Habthurv was salllug at tbe rate of four
miles an hour. A steamer was staudlng
TrLrje. May 4. Lawrence nanlon, who
w4 olacad on trial Thursday ou tue oharirn
of ."iWraptluB to murder 4urot iMtmW
FlCv we leuua guilty thl morning an I
tentenoed to penal servitude for life. On
receiving sentence be mattered : "I won't
be tbe last. God save Ireland from such
FiUbarrii, abo wot indicted as aeceiwory
to the murder of Cavendish nnd Burke
after the fast, was arralgued this morning
and pleaded not guilty.
TVNAK Tl HNlVlt I.VroKMKR.
It li coDtldentlv stated bere that Peter
Tynan Is now In London, and is communi
cating with the police with a view to turn
Dcbliv, May 4. Klnwton, Healy and
Glbney, charged with conplracy to mur
der Poole, were arraigned again for ex
amination. An Informer named Lamle
gave testimony confirming the existence of
a vigilance murder circle to which the pris
oner belonged. .
HOW THE PLOT WAS BETRAYED.
DUBLIN', May 4. The Freeman's Jour
nal vs the dynamite plot hutched In
America was betrayed to the BrUMi Con
sul at New York. The name of every con
spirator who came to England, and of the
ship on which he sailed, was cabled to
England directly after the vessel leit New
York. The police watchud tbe conspira
tors from the time they landed in
England. The Freeman's Journal says a
member of the governing council of" the
conspirators euuld aloue Tiavu given such
Cronstapt, May 4. The building ued
as a manufactory of explosives bas
been discovered here. Several naval of
ficers who, It Is said, had been concerned
In the manufacture of explosives, havtboen
Paris, May 4. The weekly statement of
the Hank of France shows an Increase of
told of7.0uO,OoO frwi; sliver, 4,1115,000
, TRB DL'C D'AUMALK.
Paris. May- .It If reported tht Duo
d'Auruale Useilou.ly 111 in Sicily.
Erzkroum. Armenia, May 4. The au
thorities are taking vigorous measures to
suppress lawlnest and terrify -thow who
are banded together In what are bellevod to
ht dantrnrous organization for the destruc
tion of life and property. Of fifty person
lately proven to be members of tbo secret
society bere five have )ut been sentenced
to a life-long servitude, twenty have
been condemned to imprisonrue'nt for
t period of fifteen vears and th1 re
maining twtnty-flvt received sentences
of greater or less severity, apmrdlntf
to the weight of evidence Impllmtln;
A anppoeoel Runaway Match In High
NbwHavtn, Oun.. Mav 4. Mr. Rid
widow of Col. Held, brother of Wliltcliw
Held, of the New York Tribune, wa nt'
rledinthlt cltv Thursday to John M.
Quaokenbot, of Brooklyn,' 8he came here
ten dart ago aleno, and at first went to the
Tontlnt Hotel, but auhst'iimitlv took a
room at the Ueldcn House. It was soon
whispered about tbat she was watting the
arrival of bor intended husband, and thai
they were to be quietly wdd?d In church.
It wat reported that the groom was a gen
tleman of large wealth, muoh tbe
8IXIOR IN AUK
and bearing an old and respected name, all
this bolng true. Mrs. Reld Is about 83
years old, while her husband Is 70. She
recelvod tbe bridegroom this morning In
tht hotel parlors, and later In the day they
were quietly married and then took the
train for New York. It It supposed that It
It a runaway match, aud that Mr. Quack
enhot had good reasons to evade certslu
relatives who have been anxiously awaiting
tbe final disposition of his property. ' The
tequel.lt It thought, may not be unlike
that of tho famous Hicks-Lord cases In
3sVsJ tT04) aPas9A0ffa
AtaAJfT, May 4.-Tle bill prohibiting
free paaAs being granted to anyone except
railroad employee tnd oJttot rt paated the
MAY K Iftfl T
x-Treaatu-at' FeJIa'a Arroaja.
NaaHViLUt, Tena., May 4. Ex -Treat-
orer I'olk wat taken Into custody Thursday
evening on account of a letter addressed lo
the District Attorney, la which the belief
wot expressed that Polk wat about to leavt
tbt State. Polk wa not committed, but
ylaced In charge At Capt. 8am Doneltou,
with whom bt wat teen on the streets,
Counsel for Polk appeared before Judge
Allen this morning to ascertain th statue
of tbelr client. Judge Allen stated he bad
information deemed surTlcltul to justify tbe
arrest, to the effect that Polk contemplated
flight, and be, therefore. Increased tha
bond from $20,000 to fi,U00. Polk ha not
yet given the bond, and Is still In ohargt ol
a tptctal olfirer.
alOtera' aUanloH. .
Washixotox, May 4. General Bel
knap, President, and Captain II. II. Itood
Secretary of the lootsty oi "Crocker's low
Brigade," oompoeaof soldiers of the
Klcventb, Thirtieth, Flftotnib, aUxtoeatb
Uegiinenu of Iowa Volunteers, announce
that tbe second annual reunion will be held
atCcaor auplds, Iowa, September 26 and
V7. 1983. . This brigade was in tbt Fourth
Division of the CWveiiteentb Corps, and
fought at Bbtlob, Corinth, luka, Vlcks
burg, Atlanta, Buutunvllle and other
places. Governor bherunn, of Iowa, a
soldier of the Thirteenth Iowa, will dellyor
Klar Kouta Trial.
Wasiiimotok, D. C, May 4.
Mr. Bliss begau tbe fifth day of his address
to the Jury in the Mar Koine trial toll
morning. In speakinc of S. W. Dorsey,
Mr. Jllist asserted tbe proof wis coucluaivt
ht bad engaged In the mall buslnes wt tie
In the Senate and the wbnlu sohemt origi
nated In bit fertile brain. When he bad
spent us much money as he could afford.
Valla was taken lit to furnish furtber capi
tal. Tbe evidence wat quoted at length to
sustain this allegation.
Sbertdau Bad TValea.
Nkw York, May 4.-Patrick J. Sheri
dan and John Walsh, whom th Dublin
grand Jury Indicted for murder, art still
untnole.ted. They were seen in tbe vicin
ity of their offices, and said tbey were
''quietly and calmly" awaiting any at
tempt to arrest them, and, addud Sheri
dan, "we are ready to meet them at their
nrst step In that direction." Tbey de
clare they will make no effort te erode the
officers, and have no fear of biting tppre
hcuded. Dattoa Thraalnnel.
Pittsburg, Pa., May 4. -The Chron
icle's Unlontown, Pa., special savt:
"Threatening letters continue to be tent
Duke, signed by vigilance eommlttees,
Molllc Mai?ulrct, etc., but no vloltuoe has
yet been offered. If any vigilance com
mittees exist tbey are of the mot guarded
and secret kind, and will do their work is
such a way as to render detection very
Nkw York. May 4. Tho buslne fail
ures of last seven davt, as reported to the
mercantile agency of U. G. Dunn Jk Co.,
number 132, as compared v 1th IS2 for lat
week. New England Slat had 13; Mid
dle, 13; Ve tern, 44: Southern, 24; Paollio
Slate and Territories 16; New York City,
9: Canada. 80; total 152. Tbe general run
of failures was Insignificant.
boa raeiary atarteel.
Boston, May 4. Tht grinding room of
the Boston Rubber oboe Faotory started
Thursday. It ia expected work will be
resumed In full Monday In both mills, giv
ing employment to over 2.000 bands.
- Taeea ntUav aawo sua trass slawa1 fui the
pant two month owing to the high prloe of
An Offloor Killed.
Niew York, May 4. Policeman Frances
Mallon wo shot and killed by Michael Sul
livan, a plumber, early till morning, tbe
only provocation being tbat Sullivan was
ordered to move on. The ;flrt shot was
fatal, but when Mullen w down Sullivan
put two shots in bis bead. Tbe murderer
Wilkesbahrr, Pa., May 4. An ex
plosion of xas has lust occurred In Dorr
ance shaft, Lehigh Valley Coal Company.
A number of men were in tbe pit. The
entire lire department ba been called out.
At thl moment no serious danger It appre
bendod. THE MARKETS.
MAY 4.- 1S83.
HOGS Fairly active; ftrtflOe lowtr
light Hi 90r7 40 ; mixed packing and ihlp
ing i", a7 70.
CATTLF, Actlvt aud stronger; exports
&)i uo ; gooa to onotco snipping
MM 80: common to fair It 6ortJ 00.
stock era aud feeder $3 9om 40.
CATTLE Light shipping stetr WJoO
o 80; heavy shipping steers tTt 90.'rfl40; good
cows and nelfers $3 (M 13 1 good cows and
calve &J0ra50; stocksrs U iMri 00; Textns
M1EEP Slow ami very quiet, with aa
easier feeling but no ohangs In values,
HOGS-Light to good Yorker 7 06V9
7 13; common to good mixed packing
Mi(dTV butchers and heavy tnlpptrt
17 80O7 30; skips tnd culls $0 23 73.
WHEAT -Mav tll3H; June J11SH;
July l I7; Auarust SlliiV; Sep
tember $1 1H; yearfl 13 't .
COKN-Mav 65 ; June M Vfa H i July
MV; Aiiirtiar 60wrafV ( September 3W b.;
year 51 ' b.
OATS May 42W; Juns43X; July 4Jti
August ViU'iH; year S3 H.
' WHEAT-Junn$121X;July Jl 21V.
COKN-Mayttfl't; Junseti! JulvilT1..
OATS May 49 H June 41' K; liilyDOS.
WHEAT May 11 18H; June $1 111;
July $1 10 V; Augmt jl 17; hrptember
il 1BV! October tl in; yesrl
CO UN-May 3,1 ; June MS !
6o(Vd t August Mi'tl; ysr 17 S, h,
OATS Mnv 4.I b, I June 44 S It.
43; year su t.
Caaatry roilnoa, He.
BTJTTEK Sale of Creamery 20(3-10 for
choice and fanev; seconds 2."ka27. Choice
to faney dairy tM'QlM; fair to good 13firiO
EGGS Steady at liic; but movement
LIVE POULTRY-Old nhlektn were In
good demtnd and liberal supply, and
ruled steady at jsl yn 30 for cock, H 73
(84 SB for mixed, a'cordlni to numbrr of
cooks In the coop; and i 3tVi4 7ft for hen.
The largeu poHion of tbo spring chickens
received are entirely lo small, and are al
most unsalable; thnyare nominal at 1 00
82 50; medium sized are fair tale at il 50
f(H 60, aud cholca large ready sale at VWiMI.
Turkeys quiet; sales, 2 coojis at 12H0 V rb
LEAD-Itetlncd wat nominal at $413,
but In one case this prloe wtt offered tod
Country mtrkor quiet. Weather In
England ralhr unfavnrablt. Mixed Amer
lean corn and red winter wheat lo arrive
advanced Id, firmer tnd held higher j No.
spring 6 2d; No. I spring ta $i watterv
winter vt: mixed western rorn tteady at
BelXd. Demand from Ua!tvl Klagdam
ana ContlmiPt fair for wht n iwn.
JUeelpte, wheat past w,k 1,S,(M oeaUila,
I wnMh 10,000 Anurluaa, , v
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GenUemen ; I hare suffered with
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