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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 22, 1881.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
,. Hr: Fulletin BullrUmr, Washington Affnue
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Maximum T-mpirliir. 41" Minimum Tear
pumiuri' 1 : llmrifall. iun inch.
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Sem'f Sli-nsl Corp. I'. S. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Nolh i i' in Him riiluiiin, nv cmita per lino, each
ItiMirtinii. I'ormie iiiiinili, Wiii iil" per line.
J II K l'l.ANTF.ll'lS IIOl'SK.
I laving secured the Occidental Hotel,
lniliuiiain!is, Iml., I now oiler for sale the
entire outfit nf tin; Planter's house in this
city. Tin' house is hirnislied throughout with
tins lii-st iiunlity of liUck walnut furnituri',
everything coiuiilctc iinl in hcst running
onkr; a (real liiiuinin to the. rilit man.
Three years lease.
It not sold by next Wednesday I will
then sell tin' I'litirii stock at ) ihlie auction,
the sale to c-Miitimw from 'lay to day until
nil is sold. If. Thompson,
IVoji. Planter's House.
f'diro stci'i't J.'aihw.v Company.
The undersigned coijioralois of said
company re.sprrt fully represent that they
have loiij; aivciat('il the want if not tho
necessity -ol a street r tilroud in this city.
Therefore, that such a road might he built,
wi! in contouuity with the statu law applied
for a cluuter. not for the purpose of secur
ing a franchise to dispose of for pecuniary
X -tin, but that a road may be constructed;
lienee uncharge for the franchise. It is
our desire that the stock shall be solely
owned and controlled by our citizens.
Having complied with both state and city
laws, and obtained the riIit of way by
unanimous yoteof the city council, we now
oiler the stock to citizens in any amount
from nnii share upwards. The capi
tal stock is 120,0110, divided into
shares of fi.'i.OO each; ns the length of
road will not cost $20,000 to build and
(.(jiiip it, we propose to dispose of no more
stock at present than will be necessary to
complete it. reserving the remainder of
stork until such time us it may be needed
for extending the road. The undisposed
of stock cannot participate in dividends
until sold and paid up. We hope that
sufficient of the stock will Boon be taken
to justify the letting of contracts, so as the
road msy be completed and in operation
within a few months. For information or
stock apply to tho secretary at office of
Widows mil Orphans Mutual Aid Society,
corner Commercial avenue and Seventh
street. ! A. Goi.hstink,
Caiko, Feb. 19th, 1H81.
New Billiard Saloon.
Mr. Joseph Steagala has taken possession
of the building formerly occupied by Mr.
Dau'l ILirtman, on tho corner of Sixth
street and Commercial avenue, and lias
established therein a billiard saloon and
restaurant. Ho lias repaired the building
internally, making changes in the arrange
ment to accommodate his views and furn
ished it with every comfort that could be
wished for in a first class establishment,
he has spuired no pains to make his place
one ot the most attractive resorts in the city,
and invites all to come and see him.
The lu st of corned beef in any quantity
desired can be bad at Fred Keohler's sam
ple shop en Eighth street, between the
avenues. Otiier meals of the best quality
also always on hand. Call upon Krod if
you want good meats.
At Pat Fitzgerald's.
The oldest and purest imported brandies,
porter and other wines may b,j enjoyed at
the elegant simple and billiard rooms of
Mr. Pat. Fitzgerald, nt the corner of Four
teenth and Commercial; and horses fat and
fleet, with every variety nf vehicles
from a bu-s down to a
sulky, all in a lirst-class condition, us well
as saddles and i iding regalia, may be had
at the most reasonable liguresnn a moment's
notice at hi , "Horse .Mm son", llisplaceof
iiusiness is in connection with the telephone
blld all orders lece'lVed thereby will receive
Closing (lilt, Hoots mid Shoes.
H iving a vny large stock nf winter
goods on hand consisting of (tents', I.adi"s'
and Childrens' sewed and pegged Hoots and
Nines, I have determined to close it out at
prices that defy competition, in order to
iniike room for an immense stock of spring
goods which will begin ,o arrive soon. If
in want of anything in my lino I would ad
vise you to call on me before purchasing
elsewhere, as I will assure you good bar
pains. I invite all to call ami sre for
themselves. C, Kocil.
No. tin ('mine n hd avenue between Fifth
and Sixth streets. Cairo His.
I'-iieMcu's Arnica Salve.
I he 1m st salve in the. world for cuts,
bruises, sore,, ul.s. rs, halt rheum, lever sores,
eitcr, eliappeil hand.-, chili.la'mH, corns, and
all kinds of cki:i eruptions. This salve is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
every case or money refunded. Price, 25
cents per box. For sale liy (Jko. K. OTIaua
coliill KYKfl'7 ' ' "'
ui,,.i, to Cairo Telcnhono Ex
change are hereby notified against allowing
one John (Burt) "gni me use oi inoir in
struments, under any consideration, he
hnvmtr boMi discharged for cross neglect of
duty, and Ims since made improper use of
telephones In tins city. u . v. iickk,
Desirable furnished rooms ut reasonable
rates. Inquire of Mus. Staniikhy,
Tenth, near Walnut.
Two desirable lots on Commercial ave
nue ubove Fifteenth street, cheap. Title
perfect. M. J. Howi.ky,
Heal Estate Agent.
Mr. Fred Keohler, proprietor of tho
Southern Illinois steam sausage factory is
now prepared to furnish any style of the
best quality ot sausages. in any quantity
upon short notice. The reputation .! Mr.
Keohler's manufacture in this line extends
for hundreds of miles around us it Having
taken the premium at a number ot fairs as
the best in every respect. Mr. Keohler is
also prepared to duplicate any figures, no
matter from whence they may come.
A neat cottage, pleasantly situated; for
particulars, inquire of , H. F. IIi.akk.
Oysters! Fisli ! (ianie!
Fresh oyster, line and fat, for sale, by the
can or by the hundred! Hulk oysters re
ceived daily from Mobile, and Baltimore
oysters received in cans, direct from the
packers, by every express. Fish of all
kinds constantly on band and always fresh.
The "Bed Snapper," the king among fish
and the deliuht of el'ieilles. flesh frolll the
gulf. Send your orders to the headquarters
tor oysters and lisli, corner uino ly. vcc unit
Kiglith street. KonuiT IIkwht, Ag't.
They liave Collie.
The lirst invoice of SjU ing (loods arrived
yesterday, and will be followed by the
largest stock of Boots and Shoes brought to
the city. Call and examine, and be con
vinced. Tii k City Sum; Smiii:.
Mil Commercial avenue.
Two houses and four lots, corner Tenth
street and Jefferson avenue, will be sold
sepcrately, or all together, as suits the pur
chaser. Title perfect. Apply to
Mus. Samiki, Fisiikk.
Washington avenue, between Ninth and
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notiri'K In thcn columns, ten coats prr line,
each tniurtion. Marked '
Big bill at the Comiquc to-night; go
and see for yourself.
Services were conducted at the Metho
dist church by Rev. Scarritt. A good at
tendance greeted him.
Attend the great sale of tho Planter's
House, to-morrow morning at 10 o'clock.
Sheriff Jack Hodges went to the
country yesterday on a collecting tour.
He will be gone from the city about a
Francis Whittacker's bams and break
fast bacon can be had at Pettis & Mere
dith's. Col. James S. Heard en has purchased
the large and elegant residence of Mr. A.
Mackio, at present occupied by Mr. O. W.
Morse. The purchase was made last Sat
urday from Mr. A. Mackie.
Meerschaum pipes and cigar-holders,
a large stock at F. Korsrneyer's.
Harry Walker's Paducnh band came
down on the Idlewild Sunday to take the
place of the Cairo band for a short time.
The latter goes to Paducah to make things
lively for the people there.
Mounted and varnished maps of Cairo,
for sale, at The Bu.i.ktin office.
The finest orchestra music, ever heard
will be one of the attractions at Harry
Walker's Comiquc during this week.
Cnburn's celebrated Fire Kindler, the
best hi the world, can be had from I'cttis &
Meerschaum pipes and cigar-holders, a
large stock at F. Korsrneyer's.
Mis. Osborn, wife of our Squire
Osbom, will leave to-d.iy on the Cairo and
Vincennes road, a distance of about one hun
dred and fifty miles, oua two month's visit
to friends and relatives.
Allwho would like pure, creamy clmeso
and butter should call upon Pedis A: Mer
Two military companies, the Boston
Lancers and the fharlestown Cadets, came
down from Chicago Sunday, about noon,
and wero sent over the river at this point,
enroute for New Orleans to attend the
Mardi Oras celebration there.
Check books, nccipt books, order
books, etc., made to order on short, notice
at Thk Bt'M.KTiN office.
"John A. Logan, the junior senator
from Illinois, spent a day or two at Mentor
last week. The business for which lie is
paid required his presence in the senate
chamber." Peoria Democrat.
-Sol Silver will offer you bargains in
household goods at tho Planter's House
salo to-morrow morning at 10 o'clock.
Mr. Henry B. Funk, editor and pro
proprietor of theMonticello Bulletin, will
sever his connection with that paper "as
soon us the necessary arrangements can be
effected for making the transler." He will
teach, write ami publish music, for which
ho has a peculiar talent, 1
At the Theatre Comiquo tho attrac
tion! in tho way of )lllch C0Uieiiiftn9
and artiste, unsurpasm.il in their particular
roles, will be jrrcater than everlclore.
Go to Pettis k Meredith's for tho gen
uine Vermont maple syrup, either in cans
or in bulk.
Found. A hair switch of some value.
The owner can reclaim it by calling upon
Mrs. Jacob Martin, on Centre street, and
by paying for this notice.
The Fire Anniversary association of
Chicago, Illinois, have decided to commem
orate the tenth anniversary of the great
Chicago lire-or rather the recovery of tho
city from the effects ot tho fire by giving
a grand celebration of somu kind, the char
of which was left to a committee to de
termine. The alarm of fire which sounded last
Saturday night was caused by the sight of
smoke in the residence of Mr. 8. Rosenwa
ter. The girl of the houso had sot a fire
and turned the damper tho wrong way
which resulted in the smoke issuing from
the stove and tilling all tho rooms before
the real cause was discovered. No dam
age was done.
The planter's House, furnituro and
equipments, for sale, without reserve,
at auction, to-morrow morning at 10
Mr. V. (1. Bobbins, who has been for
some years employed in the office of the
Illinois Central railroad here, has accepted
a position on the Atchison & Topeka rail
road and will leave for Topeka, Kansas,
.sometime this week. Mr. Bobbins is one
of our most highly respected citizens and
the regret st the departure of himself ami
family will be universal.
Pettis A Meredith have recently re
ceived a larger stock of sugars, inohissei-,
rice and collee than they ever had before and
are able to supply their customers with any
of these articles at figures as low as the
By a recent ordinance adopted in the
council of the city of Chicago, aldermen
are to receive three dollars each for every
meeting they attend. The amount is not
large, and will, perhaps, not have the effect
of stimulating the attendance, but it is a
slight reeogni.ition of tho services of a
class of officers, who are generally supposed
work for glory, that no reasonable person
would begrudge them.
Tickets for the grand masquerade ball
ol the Mystic Krew, to bo given on Mardi
(I rim day at Haitman's hall, can be had at
the following places: Geo. E. O'llnra's
drug store; Frank Ilealy's drug store: Dau
Hartman's qtieeusware store; Phil II.
Saup's confectionery; Taber Brother's
jewelry store; E. A. Butler's jewelry store
and Paul H. Schuh's tabacco store.
Congress will probably provide largely
increased facilities for the transaction ot
the government's very largely increased
pension business. The proposition of the
senate appropriation committee for an ad
dition of about one hundred ami sixty to
the clerical force of the pension office is
incomplete, tiio commissioner having less
space than is necessary for his present
employers. This defect will doubtless bo
remedied, ami the increase authorized.
A full line of wooden ami willow ware
such as buckets, baskets, tubs, etc., at Pet
tis t Meredith's.
Since the circuit court is in session
the city has been full of lounging strangers,
some of whom seem to be wandering
through this life with no special purpose
in view except to stare with an expression
of fiendish admiration, or with open mouth
ed wonder, while the sheriff dexterously
swings the iixe, which cuts the rope, which
springs the trap, which jerks a miserable
soul out of a human body to wander hope
lessly about in the dark chambers of
A very pleasant meeting was hail at
the Iteforin hall by the Young Folks'
Temperance club last night. The at
tendance was large anil consisted mainly of
young people, who were all disposed to be
agreeable and make At hers so. The ex
ercises were more than ordinarily interest
ing, consisting of songs, declamations,
readings, etc. Among the best features of
the exercises, were the essay on "Cluules
Dickens," by Miss Wilson and the duet
entitled, "Hope beyond," sung by Miss
llatlie Mcliee and Dr. Frank Metealf.
- From the Padiieah Enterprise we
leariie'l that a stranger named Meyer en
ti led the saloon of Mr. James Wilson ut
Paducah, on Friday night, and handed the
barkeeper, Charles Watson, a twenty dollar
bill out of which to take $l.o0, which he
(the stranger i owed the saloon. Watson
took the. bill, but, upon looking in the
money drawer, declared that he could not
change it and started out to get it changed
elsewhere, asking the stranger to await his
return. But the Btninger waited long and
in vain; Watson did not make his appear
ance und, up Saturday evening, had not
been seen ubmit the niloon.
Ho was a young fellow of prepossessing ap
pearance, and though he had been in Mr.
Wilson's employed but a short time, hud
gained his conlldenee and that of all with
whom he came in contact. Besides Meyer's
twenty dollars hu had borrowed twenty
five dollars from attachees of the house and
took all the moneyoiitof the drawer, about
nine dollars In amount. Mr. Wilson thinks
that ho has been stealing from him regularly
anl that altogether he got away w ith about
one hundred and fifty dollars. The police
are on' the truck of the gcoundrnl, and the
telegraph has conveyed information of his
appearance and the character of his crime
to various parts of the country, which
makes his capture only a question ot a little
The steamer Idlewild was sold last Sun
day at our wharf, to Captain Mark Cheek
and others of Memphis, for tho sum of fif
teen thousand dollars, The sale was en
tirely unexpected, for tho boat had already
been loaded (or her trip back, and had to
be unloaded again. She will run between
Memphis and a point a number ot miles
below, taking tho place of a boat that was
sunk by the ieo sometimo ago.
The supreme court of Illinois has re
cently decided that the touching of German
in the public schools was permissable un
der tho statu law and that school directors
hail tho power to order that "other
branches" than those enumerated in tho
school law should bo taught. The case
grew nut ot an application of a number of
citizens of tho city of Belleville, in this
state, for an injunction prohibiting the
board of education in that city from ap
propriating the school fund for the pay
ment of teachers employed in giving in
struction in the German language.
Mr. J. W. Mill showed us a number of
historic curiosities last night, which will be
on exhibition at Hartman's hall. Among
them was the jail in which Joseph Smith,
the Mormon leader, ami his brother were
murdered. The other was a letter written
to him (Mr. Hill) by Charles
Sunnier mid another, written
to his father by John (. Calhoun
and the fourth was a group of young
ladies -belles in their time but, who
would have little or no attraction for the
average masculine eye of our day.
The case of Clark ami McNulty came
up in the court of Squire (Inborn again
yesterday. Mr. McNulty had given Clark'
notice that he must either pay up the rent
with which he was in arrears, or vacate the
premises. Clark did not obey this notice
within the live days allowed him by law
and a summons was issued by Judge
Olmsted for his appearance to show cause
for not obeying said notice. A change of
venue was taken to Squire Osbom who
decided in favor of the plaintive, Mr.
McNulty. Mr. Clark gave notice of an
appeal, however, and thus this case is likely
to ding on for months yet to come.
The Wliitcninp murder trial opened
yesterday morning with George Kohl iu
the witness stand. He was questioned, up
to four o'clock in the afternoon, by the
prosecution and then Mr. Wheeler took
him in hand for the defense. He rehearsed
all the horrible details ot the crime in a
clear, strait forward manner, which left no
doubt upon the hearers that he was telling
the truth. He repeated about the same
story he told at his own trial, which mu.-t
yet be fresh m tins minds of our readers
aud which wu need not, therefore, repro
duce. Mr. Wheeler will resume his cross
examination of him this morning.
Mr. Everly, the assistant signal service
officer at this station has, among
a number of other curiosities,
a fancy guilt, made entirely of scraps ot
silk, of different colors, w hich were taken
from the dresses of all the ladies whose
husbands were members of the United
States cabinet, from the lirst inauguration,
ot drant no to the inauguration ol Ins
fraudulency, President f?i Hayes. The
scraps were gathered anil the guilt made
by Mrs. Everly, and is a real beauty. It
will bo on exhibition at the Presbyterian
Ladies' Loan exhibition, as will also Mr.
Everly 's unique arm-chair, constructed of
the horns of Texas cattle, finely polished
and nicely fitted together.
A new, ingenious and, very likely, a
very effectual scheme for gathering up the
loose pennies among the Sunday school
scholars of the Methodist church will soon
be introduced. A number of little paste
board "contribution boxes," closed on all
sides excepting a little slit for the admis
sion of the pennies, will be distributed
among 'he children on some Sunday in the
in ar liiiure with the instruction to put all
their pinnies in them and to ask papa and
maiuii.,1 and their little friends to put their
spare pennies and Dickies in
them nl-o, and at tho
end of a month or so some kind ofnn enter
tainment will be instituted for the chil
dren at which the boxes will all be opened
and a prize given to the owner of the one
that contained the most money. This will
awaken new interest in the Sunday school
among the children and allord them much
amusement and, at the same time, gather
into the Sunday school treasury small bits
of "the rivit of all evil," without, which
even God's cause cannot prosper in this
On Sunday a very interesting experi
ment vas tried in connection with the
telephone. Mr. Mull' has been in Paducah
for some tunc, perfecting the telephone
exchange in that city, and when it was
found the cause of the disarrangement in
the system here could not be discovered by
tho experts here, he was notified and asked
to come down mid institute an investiga
tion, which ho agreed to do. But before
embarking ho determine,! to warn some of
his friends in Cairo, by telephone, of his
coining. Me telegraphed to Mr. Kent here
askthg him for the tiso
of the telegraph linos for
o lew minutes and to connect his lines
with the telephone exchange here, which
was done, Mr. Huff also attached a tele
phone instrument to tho wire at Paducah
and commihiicatioti between that place
and Cairo via Fulton, Ky. a distancu ot
eighly-six miles, was complete. Mr. Hull
called up ninny ot his friends hero and con
versed with thorn, telling them that hu
would be down on the steamer
Idlewild, which was then some
distance above Paducah. Many
recognized' his voice and expressed
their surprise and pleasure at his return,
thinking that he was speaking to them
from the central office hero and refusing to
believe that he was in Paducah. This
demonstrates two things: first, that dis
tance does not interfere in tho sliKhtest
degree with the utility of tho tclephoqc,
and secondly, that it would work equally
well under ground as in tho air, on poles.
We anivo at the latter conclusion from the
fact that the cable through the Ohio river
does not impair its use in the least
and that it can be made
to work as well under ground
ns it does under water, is known. Perhaps
the only objection to the telephone system
(and likewise telegraph system) are the
poles and the liieriads of wires stretching
through nil the streets so close to all the
houses. These would interfere with the
wotk of the lire department at fires ami
ate objectionable in various other ways,
which tune alone can point out. Not only
would these evils be removed if all wires
were laid in the ground, but the company
would save large sums of money yearly in
the way ot repairs. This is demonstrated
by the various telegraph companies in Gcr
many, w hich have laid in the ground over
eight thousand fix hundred miles of their
win s ami have had to spend little or noth
ing for repairs upon them. They did this
under protest upon the demand of th
German government, and now experience
has shown them that it is the best and the
cheapest way to stretch the wires.
K KM KSTATE MOV KM F, NTS.
AS ISKKHIDhl) AT TIIK (IKiTIT CI.KKK's OK
KICK I i.S KKIIItt AHY 21 ST.
Aim ( . and J. C. liankin to John M.
Lansden, warrantee deed, dated December
loth, l.o, for lots twenty five, twenty-
six, twenty-seven and twenty-eight. Third
addition to city of Cairo ami Cairo Hidge
Ass. sub-division, block lour. Considera
tion four thousand dollars.
John M. Lansden, et. ux. to George H
Lent, s. w. deed, dated February 1.1th,
1WS1, Cairo Hidge Ass. sub-division, block
four. Third addition, lots twenty-five and
twenty-seven, block four. Consideration
one thousand seven hundred dollars.
1st. Music. . . .
2. Tableau . . .
Kim 1IIIS EVEMXO.
. . . Star Splangled Banner
A. Pantomime. . . Washington's TijjParfy
!i. Music. . .Columbia, Gem of the Ocean
7. Music. . .
. Washington's Tea Party
, My Country, 'tis of Thee
Col. J. ('. Willis was in town yester
day. Mr. Frank McKnight returned from
Mr. W. F. Russell is sutlering quite
severely with a sore throat.
Mr. Win. Hughes, of Commercial Point,
was in the city yesterday.
Mr. Win. Kudd. of Clinton, Ky is visit
ing his brother, Kitt. I'udd.of this city.
The little child of Mr. Charles Lancaster
was taken sit k with the measles Sunday.
Mr. A. Black, of the City Boot and Shoe
store, will leave for the cast to-morrow,
Mr. Jas. V. Ci nifon, of Caledonia, 111.,
was registered at the Hotel de Winter yes
terday. Nearly the entire family of Mr. E. P.
A.lcy is down with the measles, but not
Mr. E. W. Morris, of L'llin, Illinois, is in
town, at the Hotel de Winter ami was
quite sick yesterday.
Mr. J. C. Clark, the Eighth street grocer
his the material on the ground for a new
awning in front of his store.
Mr. J. F. McCartney and lady, of Metro
polis, Ills., wi re in the city, stopping at the
Hotel de Winter yesterday.
Among many other guests at the Hotel
tie Winter yesterday, there were the follow
lowing from our neighboring towns aud
villages: W. A. Might, wife ami child, of
Wetaug, Illinois; A. O. Robertson, of Villa
Ridge, III.; II. C. Johnson, of Olmsted,
Among the citizens of our neighboring
towns who were taking a look at Cairo yes
terday were James P. Walker, Dexter, Mis
souri; G. F. lander, Carbondale, Ills.; G.
H. Page, Centralia, Ills.; W. W. Viser,
Paducah, Ky.; W. II. Blaylock and B.
Vetison, Desoto, Ills.; N. A. Durham, Mur
physboro, His., all of whom were among
the guests at the Planter's House.
A Tin mi mid f rusted remedy, alwavs
ready for use, is St. Jacobs Oil the house
TIIK OUTRAGED LAW.
HOW AND WHY .iriHiK OI.MSW.D MKETED
OLT Sf.MAKY I'I NISIIMENT TO A NUMBER
OK WICKED, WICKED MOIITALS YESTEB
HAY. Dicy Baker, the incorrigible, was drunk
again after a few days of forced soberness
and tho judge eased her up to tho extent
of one dollar and costs.
A negro named Tennesseo Bandy ("one
of the boys, you bet,") allowed himself too
much freedom with men ami things in
other words, he was disorderly, und the
court took him down a peg or two by a
polite but firm demand for five dollars and
costs. Tennesseo felt somewhat relieved
after paying it.
James Hurvey, another of Africa's sable
sons, loved lucre not wisely but too well
and entered into a base conspiracy with
unother of his own race and color by
which they defrauded Mr. Thomas Clark,
the Levee saloon keeper, out of nineteen
dollars and a half. They did it in
this wise. Harvey's partner got some white
man to write him a certificate for work on
some steamboat, in amount, forty seven
dollars, which he took to the said Clark and
asked him to advance him some money on
t. Clark was suspicious and expressed tho
desire to have more signatures to the paper.
The man went out and returned shortly
after with an additional signature; but
Clark was still dissatisfied and the man
went out again, had some in iro scribbling
done on the certificate ( '(; and then sent
his partner, the same being the aforesaid
James Harviy, back with it to Mr. Clark
who was now satisfied that all was right
and advanced the sum ot nineteen and a
half dollars. But he soon discovered that
he had been defrauded and put the police
upon the track of Harvey, w ho was caught
and tried by Judge Olmsted who placed
him under a bond of two hundred dollars
for playing a confidence game, in default
of which he wa-seiit to the county jail.
Rich Grace was brought into court on
the charge of drunkenness and was fined
three dollars and costs.
A youth named J,,ui R. Runner took ad
vantage of the momentary absence of the
night clerk ot the Planters !ioii,e Sunday
night, ami robbed one of the gin st-, who
was asleep iu the office, of his pM ketbook
containing about thirty-three dollars. He
i Runnel l was arrested byOllit er Hunker
and taken before his honor, Judge I United'
who bound him over in the sum of one
hundred and fifty dollars, in default of
which he went to the county jail. The
money was recovered and returned to the
victim, whse name was John Iliggins.
H. Hk iuhdson, Sai: and Fox Agencv,
Indian Territory, says: The "Only "Luii"
Pad" has restored rneto health, and' I shad
oe Kiau 10 recommend it to any one.- S, e
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Apply at Bu::n:n l,u ilii
U!nr,;E KU;M rolJ "N EASY
JU It-riim. lb" land la H-u.vrt u.nr m".
'it of lmli'.' I'ark. 4,-iiirrefi In n,;i v(-i f ,,,
particular b p'.y to k UuLlitN.
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1 propi-'iy A "Mini fMii ef vi" nr-v, :iO Hurler
t'u'.tivat on. bnlarn) In timber: nati-.i I'i
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one uvU: from Ohio lev, r ' ,ere an tl.ri
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plfti'v ofe.iril atcr. N,.,,lri (,,, ,,.'
rtiiiK titnr-n'ti this fnnn. i'ur teru.. i v., apti v to
ut . ! iir.rl. r I'd. l!ai k
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CAIKO AMATEl'K DRAMATIC
a N n
Irish .Minstrel Company
will appear on
Inlrodm luc Uh.' tin at l-i-li Iiriimit. of Dei
Fenian I!isinrin Ireland
Kur the lt-n- li! nf Si-t.-r of Eun tto Arjck'my.
' i fire! .") reels
AT 11 A HTM AN S.
liwrved Sc"0 now fnr ca'.e
DuorK upi n i V W ti'rlork
n A. L L
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Tuesday Evening Felir'y :2.
TICK UTS r,0c.
For mile nl llurlnrin ami t tin- .1,,,-p
proper i-hiirat inn will liuailnniteil.
IOIIN SI IIKKI.S.
YOCUU tfc HKODEIvICK,
STAPLE and FANCY
Washington Avenue, Cor.
hoots and hiiokm
Atlioiicuiii IliiildiiijrConimcrciiil A v.
I'M only thi) very Heat Imported Stock and em
ploy tli o mon computent workmen.
I)KICES REASONABLE and natlvfactlna