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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; SATURDAY .MORMSCJ, JANUARY 13. w
THE DAILY BULLETIN
OKKICKi VO. 78 OHIO LEVEE.
KNTKUKl) AT TUB CAIRO I'OBTCrFICh. FOK
TllAN.iMUSIO.N THROUOHTHB MAILS AT SKI,
OND CLA88 RATK8.
Ki'loiAL PAFKROK CITY AMU COUWTT
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
aolicet lb tarn eolumn. eurnt etili per !ln for
tou. For one wwk. Sucenu per line, ror uufl
n.oiith, Wooui Pr Un-
50c per Can,
Extra Select, at DeBaun'a.
Lilioi Rjit-iurint oppiaito Opera
House. Gus Bitto proprietor, U-20 tf
Foil Ovsteks Iq any stylo go the Grand
Opera Itostaurant Entrance on Comtner
.,! and 7th street. 11-28 tf
New Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers oa Tenth street. All
msnuer of bUckuuithing and wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a spocialty.
Work done promptly.
at DeBauaV, 58 Ohio leveo.
A Yexea Clergyman.
Jren the patience of Job would become
exhausted were be a preacher and endeav
oring to interest his audicncH while they
were koeping up an incessant coughing,
making it impossible for him to be heard.
Yet, how very easy can all this be avoided
by simply ur.ing Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, Coughs and Colds. Trial
bottles given away at Harry W. Schuh'a
drug 6tore. (2)
For lame Back, Si Jo or Chest use
Bhiloh's Porous Plaster. Price 25 cents.
Paul 0. 8cbuh, agent. W
in market at DeBauu's 58 Ohio levee.
To all who are suffering from the errors
ami indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
news, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will snd a rccipo that will eve you, free
or charge. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
Send a sell-addressed envelope to the Kv.
Joseph T. Ixmah, Station D., New York
Tuomas O'Neil, 21st street, ChiCa
gi, nays: "I use! Brown's Iron Bitters alter
a severe attack of pleu-iy, und it strength
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured aud for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
50c. per Can,
Extra Solocts, at DeBuin '.
Where machinery is mod the Drew Oil
Cup will save 50 per cent, of oil. Write
for circular. Borden, Selleck & Co., St.
Louis, Mo. (2)
Grand Opera Kmtsurmt opposite
Opeu II tne up stain, Bvck entrance on
7ih street. Oysters in every style. 11-28 tf
Mothers should Kuow it.
Fretful babies cannot help disturbing
everybody, tin 1 mothers should know how
sootiiinu Pitrker's Ginger Tonic is. It stops
habicn (.ains, makes them healthy, relieves
their own anxiety and is safe to use. Jour
Tuk proprietors of Elys' Cream Biltn do
not claim it to be a cure- ill, but a sure
remedy for Catarrh, Colds in the head and
Hay Fever. Price, 50 cents. Apply into
nostrils with litMe linger,
Ik you havo scro'uh, don't fail to use
"D-. Lindsey's Uloo 1 Searcher." S .Id by
all dru'ists. It will cure you.
i t.t D.dViiin's, 58 Ohio levee.
Tub Ym. Alua uakbkr-hh"!' is one of
the bent appoiu'ed shops in the city; five,
barberall Hrst-ctus workmen. Call at
this shop, Cmuujrci'il aveuuo next the
Opera II iiio and yet hair-cutting, ahani
pmning n'i I shaving doiw in an artitftic
Ir youoll on your druggist for "Dr.
Hellers' Cough Syrup," w pledge immndi
ate relief and cure ou short Dotice.
Woman's True Friend.
A frieud in need is a friend indued. Tlii
none can deny, especially uhen asnistanre
is reii'lerM wlma one is sorely nfllicted
with disease, more particularly those com
plaints and wenkness so common to our
female population. Ewy woman should
kuow that Electric Bitters are wuujhm'b true
friend, and will positively restore her to
health, even when all other remedies fail.
A single tr.al always proves our assertion.
They are pleasant to the taste, and only cost
fifty cents a bottle UoU by Hairy W.
Uhiloh's Cough and Con,umplion Cure
is told by ui on a guarantee. It cntm con
sumption. Paul O. cxdiwb, ngont. (6)
Giut hairs often rmiso annoyance,
Parker's 1 1 vr Balsam prevent by restoring
tho youthful color.
Having purchase! the bakery ol J.
Authoiiv, on Waathington avctntu between
0th and 10th stree's, I prepared to offer to
the public at all times fresh bread, cakea,
&c. of the best quality at the lowest prices
lo n t'oun l in tho city. Call and see me.
Vi-ii u Jacob Latnkr.
A Goo I Restaurant.
If you wautagonl moal call at Sohoen
tneyer's Rjstaurant cor. 10th nt. and Wash
tng ave. Ouly 23 cti. for a regular meal,
and day boarding will Hod the best accom
modation on reasonable terms."
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice. In tbe.e eoinmni, ten caul par mm,
irh i n.ritoti and wbntlittr in (irk on or not, it cich
littfd to fowA'd ny mao'a buliitm lntart are.
Yeas 33, nays 27, is the way the vote
stood in the United senate on the bill for
the relief of Gon. Fitz John Porter.
To-day at 7:30 p.m. the last union
meeting ot this week of prayer will bo
held at the Presbyterian church.
Wanted A good cook. Apply to Mrs
Burnett,No. 33 10th street. St.
A frozen pond in the neighborhood of
the slaughter houses Ins attracted large
numbers of young people on skates for
several nights past.
For running against and striking a
colored fellow citizen, Chas Haws, a young
white una was fined five dollars and costs
by Magistrate Comings yesterday.
Schoolchildren will nnd Tare Bcllk-
tin scratch-books Nob. 2 and 3 tor sale at
Phil Saup's candy Ht:re. tf
The ladies of the Episcopal chinch re
membered Tub Bulletin, and their reniem
berance came in shape of elegant samples
of the refreshment served at their late soci
Tho Valley Clarion, of Chester, merely
wants to know, you know, if Warden Sai
ler did "mike arobate from tho brick con
tract with the Lutheran church at Bremen,
and are rebates au essential feature of
Siity-tbreu and a half per cent, of our
exports last year were to Great Britain
American protectionist should calmly
consider the situation if Great Britain
would follow their advice and shut out
American product by a stiff protective
Mr. M.O.Jones is in the city teaching
tho "8. T. Taylor system" of dress-cutting.
All dross-makers desiring to learn the sys
em will pious alirns him t'u.iu;h the
The people of Unices Park ia this
county have portioned the county court,
Judge J. II. Robinson, to order an eloctio d
there for tho purpose of voting upm the
proposition to constitute tho town a village.
The court will probably t ike action in the
matter next M in-day.
The Illinois senate Thursday fortified
itself for the approaching Ekirmisb by ap
pointing two additional policemen. In
the houo tho rdution declaring it the
senso df that body tbat the governor and
certain state officers named in tho constitu
tion were ineligible for elcctiou to the
United States senate was adopted.
A present that could not be
excelled for general usefulness is displayed
at Coleman's book store in shape of a
"Silent" New Home Sewing Machine, with
all attachments; price at factory, f 55.00
and Coleman only asks 15 for it. Call
and see it. 8t.
Tho legislature ot tho following states
are now in session: Illinois, Michigan,
Minnesota, Massachusetts, New York, Ne
braska, Indiana, Tennessee, Kentucky,
Ohio, Colorado, Nevada, Connecticut,
Pennsylvania, Missouri, Maine, North
Carolina, Florida, Wisconsin, Arkansas,
Kansas. New Jersey, Texas and West Vir
ginia. The territorial-legislatures of Ari
zona, Dakota and Montana are also in ses
sion. The Illinois State Grange, will hold its
11th annual session at Decatur, Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday, Jan. 16th, 17th
and 18th. Members of the order, both
ladies an 1 gentlemen, are cordially invited
To attend. Reduced hotel rates to vicitors
have been obtained, and it is expected that
the railroads will return visitors at one
third fair. On Tuesday evening will be
hold the usual session opon to the public at
which promiuent farmers aro expectod to
Statistics prepared by the interna
tional bureau show that during the year
1B81 95,000,000 gallons of of beer were
consumed in the country, and 780,000,000
on the continent of Europe and in Great
Britain and IreUnd. Tho total value of.
this beer was $250,780,000. The United
States stands third on the list of beer
drinking countries, the average being
about two and a half gallons for each in
habitant. Belgium stands first on the list.
Littl-i beer is consumed in Scotland arid
Ireland, whisky being tho national bev
erage. The English average ten gallons of
beer per bead per annum, which is a ood
The growth of the tobacco trade is
one of the wonders of the world, and tho
popularity of the soothing narcotic may be
judged from the statement which claims to
be founded on reliable statistics, that more
money is cxponded for tobacco tban for
flour. Not only is the market for the weed
in general increasing, but the use of good
grades of cigars is also extending, It was
thought when the cigarette business took
such an extraordinary jump that tho cigar
trade would suffer. It soeins, however,
that the consequeuce had rather been to
educate cigar smokers. Every liltlo young
ster puffs his ciuarctte, and as he grows
older ho naturally wants somuthing strong.
er, and takes to cigars as a matter of
Deputy Sheriff Guy Morse srrcBted
Dowitt Patton at the saw mills yesterday,
and turned him over to the sheriff of
Lincoln county, Missourl,'who was hero in
search of him, Pattm is charged with
having been a party to the theft of thii
teen hundred dollars from his uncle in
Lincoln county. The other party is a
young woman, who was capturo Kin Mis
souri some days ego. Tho ' two divided
the money, tho woman taking six hundred
dollars and Putton seven hundred. Wbcn
captured the former confessed ber guilt,
surrendered the six hundred dollars and
stated that P.ittnn bad the balanco of the
thirteen hundred. But Patt in denied all
knowledge of the affair when arrested yes
A pior colored woman was cold be
cause she was not coaled, and Joseph Bar
ret, an luiprcssable darkey from Olinelead,
pittied her. She requested him to get
some coal for her and he promised to do so.
Accordingly, when a coal train came down
tho Illinois Central road, -be met if, boarded
it, and wiieu it came near to the house of
the coalless woman, he proceeded to un
load coal with an energy that betokened a
determination to make tho ver best
of what he seemed to think a
very goml opportunity. He was actuated
by generosity, but at the expense of some
ouo else. A cruel officer can 'ht him in
the act, arre-tcd him, and thinking that his
presence sonnwhere beyond the city limits
would bo better than in the county jail,
charged him -with vagrancy in Magistrate
Coming's court yesterday. The court Cod
him fifty dollars and costs, and requested
him t ) leave tho city within three hours or
13 confined for a month or two in th city
jail. He promised to go home,
--Another chapter '.f the Milwaukee dis
aster is as tollows: Mr. Allen Juhnsuu and
his wife jprang from a fifth-story window.
He was caughtin the pimping canvas, but
sustaiued irjurb-8 from which be died Ht
6 o'clock this morning. Uis wife etruck
on the telegraph wires and bounded, and
wan a1 so caught, but was so badly injured
tbat she only survived her husband alout
an hour. While these scenes were beinu
enacted ou the Broadway and Michigan
street sides of the ill-fated building, fne of
still greatur horror was bcin enacted in
th" alley at tha roar. The servauts' qmr
U rs were in tho northwest quarters of the
building, remote from the place in whHi
the lire was raging, but all means of e
cade by the s'a'Tways wero cut off by the
flames. As the terrible roiriDg and crack
ling of the fl imea struck upon their ears
they became panic-stricken, aud eight of
them followed each other in leaping from
the dizzv height to (lie ground in the alley .
The jumping canvas was on hand, but it
was powerless in tha conflict with death,
and it was clotted over and over with the
AT MoVickek's theatre a delightful en
tertainmeut Nnow going on every evening.
It is given bv Professor Seeinin. Ho is a
German. He is also a presiidigitateur, and
without any assistant on the btitgn and wis
little machinery, performs many new tricks
with much dexterity. IIj nukes flowers
grow nut of empty flour pots, brings live
pigeous out ( t egos, does some curioUt
business with handkerchiefs, Bud niyMiurs
people with, ctnlg. The entertainment is
divided into four parts, the first of which
ia ilevuied to magic and the second to the
exhibition of a great variety of dissolving
views lOiie-enting virions p art is of the
world. The storm, miti and moon light
effects seen in some of these views are
really tfne and are warmly admired by the
audience. In the suspension in mid air of
Mile. Sueman, tb profes.-or gives one of
the roost remarkable exhibitions ot th
kind we have ever s'en on the stage. The
figure is evidently poiaed in the air, aud it
moves according to tho will of the profes
sor. Chicago Herald, June. 23, 1881.
Prof. Seeman will give two entertain
ments at the Opera House Monday and
Tuesday nights, and no one should rnisi
witnessing his wonderful performance.
Buder has tickets on sale.
Dr. Warduer, the superntende-nt of
the southern Illinois insane asylum at
Anna, in his late biennial report to thetrus
tees, makes special mention of a matter
which deserves the attention of the people
of tho state. This is the need of a hos
pital conuected with the penitentiaries and
within prison walls for theproper treat
ment of convict and criminal insane.
Under the statutes, the hospitals aro com
pelled to receive criminals adjudged insane
in the courts, an 1 treat them as other pa.
fients nre treated. Dr. Wardner cites the
experience of h; hospital with p-itknts
of ibisclass in tho last two year". At the
November term of the circuit court ol
Union county a man was arrested ou a
charge of perjury. Hi defense was in
sanity, aud he w is ordered to be commit
ted to the hospital, where nothing remark
able was observed in his action except
some efforts at lacial cuutortions, which
raised the fu picion that ho was feigning,
Not long afterwards, while he was out
walking wah other patients he madn an
excuse to step aside, when, stooping down,
he suddenly arosn with a loaded gun iu
one hand aud a large knife in tiie other,
that had been provided by one of his
'pals,' and delbm ly walked off. Ho hs
since been arrested, tried, mid tent to tho
penitentiary. During the past jear two
men who had been convicted of murder
and sent to prison for life, and subse
quently brought to the 1 ospital insane,
managed to make their escape, and al
though thorough seaich was made, they
have not , vet been retaken. An
other man, convicted of burglary and
under a four years' sentence, was brought
to the hospital as insane. He was place !
in tho temporary barracks, from which he
managed in a short time to make his
cape, and bas not yet been found, "These
Cisosare mentioned," says Dr. Wardner,
'in the hope that it may contribute towards
a determination on tho part of the pooplo
to provide some safur place for this class
of patients than our hospitals, as ordiuarily
constructed, ntford; for although we may
givM them f x ra watch-care, it is not possi
ble to comply with the law and keep (hem
secure. They are as a rule a cunning and
a dangerous class. Whether their insanity
is feigned for the purpose of getting them
solves removed to a hospital or not, they do
not lose their cunning and dangerous ele
ments of character; and I desire to enter a
ptotest ngaiu4 boing obliged to compel
the association of this elms with other
HIGH SCHOOL EXEUCI3E3.
The literary society organized in the
High School room some time ago, for the
purpose of improvement in rhetoric, com
position, etc., gave its usual Fiiday after
noon exorcise yesterday. The fjllowing
interestingprogramme was carried out with
credit to those who took patt in it:
S.ng by the school.
Recitation by Miss Alice McKco.
Mu-ic, "My Polo Dance," Miss Laura
Criticism, read by Miss Laura Wal
bridge. A paper, the "Cairo Telegram," by Miss
Dialogue, "Tha Quack Djctor." Mis
Liln Halii liy and Masters Tom Halliday
and Fred. Galigher.
Essay, "Charity,".Mis9 Minnie. Cherry.
Piano Solo, Miss Miry Baker.
Recitation, Misses B-rbara Frietchil and
Declamation, "Nameless Versus, Lowell
and Miles Gilbert.
"Prison Song," by Miss Wiutie Dunning,
Walter Bristol, Miles Gilbert, Brool Migee
and B-rt H-illidsy.
Dialogue, "The Sing of the Seven," by
Missis Florence Halliday. Lila Halliday,
Maum Beiinett, Liura Walbridge, Minnie
Bribach aud Lena and Miry Zimmerman.
A song by the society concluded th ex-
ercUe for th dav.
IF YOU' DO,
Ifjou wi'U to sell anything.
If you want to buy anything,
If yoa waut to increase your businwa,
If you w i.nt to liTo anyone,
If you want a situation,
If you have a hou-e to rent,
If you w.int to rent a house,
A iverti.-e in Tim Cairo Bulletin.
There is taik of mixing au organized
t If Tt to make Cairo a cotton market; to
in nice growers to shio their cotton to this
city to handled by brokers and sold or
re-bipp'.rd by them, just as folks do
in the neighboring villages of Memphis
and St. L u s. An cffr. of this kind even
at thin late day would deserve every en
couragement. Even that the matter is
being talked about shows that ttie business
mi n of this city are not entirely blind to
the fact that to allow thousands of bal-s of
cotion to iv me in at one end of th'scity
and :iss out at the other without so much
at s j ing "thank you" is not exactly the
proper thing to permit much iouger. The
Bulletin has long been unable toseo why
this great article of traffic should not be
made to pay its tribute to Ciiro business
enterprise as it passes; it bus been urjable
to eee why, with our cotion compress and
our cotton mills and nur great cotton-bolt
roid and our bot loads ami train loads of
cotton neatly every day why
with all these Cain) should
not have a cotton exchange,
where tho great staple may lie
bought an I sold, and crea'e business and
profit for a dozen or two of our men of
capital. No man of good sense, who is
well informed as to the relative facilities
ior receiving and shipping cotton of St.
Louis and Cairo, will say that the lattor's
facilities ia this respect are not superior to
tho?ie of the loriner, and nouo will bo able
to find any mlr reason for the lntter's fail
ure to derive a profit from the cotton traffic,
than the carelessness of Ua men of means,
who permit Cairo to serve as an old ragged
net which allow the good
fishes in the ptrearn of com-m-rco
to pass through without hin
drance. We would urge our merchants
again not to bo satisfied with only talking
about tho matter, but to do something, and
at onre. An organized effort ought to be
made; our Chamber of Commerce ought to
take some sb-ps in the matter; gnwera and
dealers along tho great cotton belt route
ought to bo informed that thoro is at this
end of that great road a city culled, not
St. L 'liis ss most of thorn think now, but
CAIUO, snd that there nre live merchants
here who sell grocorics aud dry goods and
furtiitbing goods, and farm implements,
and har lwaro, and furniture end every
thing else, nnd that they buy cotton and
other products at as high prices as little
St. Louis does, Bnd can handle tbera as
cheaply on commission if desired, etc., etc.
Sush hii effort wo are sanded would be
productive of good and would dovelnpe a
brntich of trade- hero and increaso tho ac
tivity in other branches already here, in a
marine that would surprise the most Ban
gui oa among the pr J tors.
GOOD LOl'3 FOR SALE.
On Railroad street bolow 6th, three lots
8, 0 and 10 block 15, 25 by 20cach, mak
ing 75 feet on Railroad street nod 20 feet
deep. For particulars apply at Bfllbtii
A RAILROAD ACCIDENT.
The panseiiger train on the Wabash rail
road, which left the Union depot bore
about 5 o'clock yesterday morning was
ditched and pailially diiNtroyed by fire at
a point about h quarter of a mile this side
of Olmsted. It consinied of two passenger
coachts, a baggage ctr and engine, and
carried forty or forty-live passengers from
here, uvHt of whom wero Masons who bad
attended the meeting of the Grand Exam
iuers hero und were on their ways home
The train arrived at tho point named about
0 o'clock and was going at tho rate of about
twenty miles an hour when tho cars
suddenly left the rails and ran along over
the ties for a distance of about two lengths
of tho train. The engine remained on the
rails; tl.e baggage car was thrown across
the embankment, but tho two coaches, after
running along on top of the embankment
for some distance, broke loose and rolled
over down the side of it six or eight foot
embankment und rested on tlieirsides. The
passengers within wero terribly shaken up
and fourteen of them were more or less
seriously injured, one . perhaps fatal
ly. Almost immediately afterwards
the passenger coaches took tire
from the ovei-tuini; I stoves within ami it
seemed for a while hi though the flames
would extinguish wh.it life the wreck had
left in ilio helpless forms of
tho injuied. But as soo:i us the uninjured
recovered fr un confusion and wire able, to
extriea'e themselves from tin; wreck.
nicy weni it worK witii energy tit
help 'he injured from their periloua posti
lions, and they succeeded in rescuing them
all and convfjing them to Olmsteao wh're
they were laid upon mattn-mcs to await
the arrival of Dr. Parker from this city, who
had been telegraphed fur, and who ai rived
on the scene by special trair nbortly after
the accident and gave parti of tint four
teen such treatment and relief ss surgery
and medicine could give.
Tne injured were all from this pon'mn of
Illinois and were nearly all of tb-isu. who
bad been hen in attendance upon the Ms
sonic meetings. Their names an I the o
ture of their injuries are as f d ows:
J. F. Smith, of Samoth, M i-oic county,
severe cut over left eye, acro-s tho none md
Dr. C. Will,in, New Columbia, Ms.
ssc county, left hhoiil.iur injured and tem
porary paraljis of le!t arm.
G. A. Cominin,'i, Tunnel Hill, fracture.
of left collar-hone an l contusiou of hips.
W.J. Fern, Tunnel Hii!, ri-ht fide of
spine bruise ) an l riht eitiow and knee in
W.J. Corbitt, Tunnel Hill, spine injured
and right hip bruised.
J. II. B'aekman, St me For', Johnson
county, cut across forehe id up anl down,
severe cut on rig'it shoulder, temporary
logs of right arm an d s-.-vere abrasion near
external corner of right eye.
W. H. Cover, Tunnel Hill, had contusion
of left eye, uoae and loreliea l.
W.J. Elwell, Shawne-town, bruised and
suffering from gmernl ohock.
W. F. Moberly and J. L. "Mob. rly, of
SiUioth, Massic county, generally bruised.
Alex. P. llollowav. Eddyville, internal
Injury, in bad condition and may not re
cover. A. Wiuterberger, Shawucetown, cut across
inside of right wrist and a' 21g' inch cut
Warren Birtb-s in, leit fhoiilder disloca
ted andoth"rwis" bruised.
8. J. Pake, McLean sbor fracture of
Mrs, F. Korsineyer, of this city, was the
only la iy on the train. She was seated
near the rear end of the last car, and fortu
nately escaped all injury. She maintained
remarkable presence of mind and rendered
very valusblo assistance in caring for tho
Mr. Charles Biujh nan was aU) a pis-
seuger on tho train, but escaped with only
a few slight bruises ab nit the knees and
Ths cause of the accident was such ' as
could not havo boon foreseen or gu ir Jed
agaiuat: A broken rail which was s c m
parativoly new one, showing little or no
sign of wear. The road-bed and ties were
also in good condition. The only cause
thut can be aseigne I to the breaking of the
rail under the not miom th.auuviial pressure
of the train is the sevi'io cold weather. As
the engine on I forward trucks of the bag
gaaecar remained ou the rail it is pre
sumed that the rail broke under the hind
most drive-wheel of the eng,tu.
After tho passctigiTH were all out f tho
cars attempts were made to put nut the
flames, ami wore (successful so far as one ot.
the cars w MS concerned; but when these
efforts ceased, the fire broke out with re
newed vigor and destroyed both passen
ger coaches, not; of which was a new one
haviug been on the road but a few days.
Tho engineer on the train was A. D. Bite-
man, ona of thooldoitenginecson the road.
Mr. Robert Connelly was conductor on the
A Inter account says tlv.t all but one of
the injured went homo. The one still re
maining at tho hotel at Olmstoad
being Mr. Holloway, who was reported to
hi probably fatally injured. His condi
tion was ropnrtod in a dispatch last even
ing to bo tho same as when Dr. Parker
left him, which the Dr. considered a favor
Persons who visited the scene of the
disastor report the track in bad condi
tion. Thi flh-plt and bolts, for quite
a i,.. ,
sre , cut off, thny say. -Mr.
M ioie and Mr." Morris, the ,
the new master mechanic of tho road,
returneil from the scene late last even
report that this watt done by tho hind-m
trucks of the baggage car. which ran alo
on tho ties close to the rails and clipped
every tint and bolt before them, otln
still say that these nuts nn, ,lts wj
broken oh by a Ireigbt train the' night l)
lore. However th.s hihv be. thu f.
remains ihat the wreck yesterday mor -ing
was caused by ihn breaking oil
... ! ... j . ill
un nui nun;il, iir nil IIIOI S II
known, was firmly in its -proper positi
boforo the accident occurred.
BUSINESS MEN WANT
Commercial Job Printing in food slm
und ou good paper,
Irish Linen and 11
Envelopes of nil km -Denison's
, Receipt Books,
perforated w ith nut
Full Sheet posters,
Small Bills and DoJgcH,
All-or which will he found at Tl
Bu.r.Kn.T Jon Om E, No. 7j Ohio Lev,
Nollci In tins column iti rtr Ion o; let J!iceX
unolDfsrlloo or ll.il) (nl,
Full HALfc. . FU le-r c)R'.r", wrt ntsnas. :
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AMl'SEM HN T.-v
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
Inipoitaiii engagement uf the (ireii
the mmt elevttlDC i,d lutfrrtlBK cntcrtstcn.ti
A JOUHNBY TJIR'lUMI
Iti -iO Minutes.
Rfreenftije lMnt!fiil i-ii.ti if Amerl.
Afriri. A! am Krtwpi) A I M r'n d-i-u ter1
Itierv Tlf e UMluc d on a q'inie fWt .
v bv el.-clric llcbt iiid onv i ly li'Ki-rili.
mrrhinlcftl npnlUi cel. ho-tii Mr.ei Cii
Trsiim, Hnre H e( :vfm out. 1'hundcr I'nni
EMb(uiiki-. Untie., I- .ghtiUK. nnaoio. vtc.
Or Dreaming and Walking in Mid-Ai
(FlinMrr In nil t-nir In St dirm iiotno
By MISS MARIE SEEM A IS
DnrilU the Art rcrrvm-nii Mi Sue'iiair f
PRAY E It, ,IN OK AR ' (MaMnf I'rleaU'
ROU HOY. UI-.K)MM.
O ippliSH OK LIMKKTY.
ANUal, Or J'E At K, Ktr.. '
75c. 50c , and 25c , no extra
for KeHPi veil heats, at tstuier
TUKTWm MR KM
r I'jirlf t'
tit and below COST
CLOSING OUT SAM
A partial list of irtlclni and tiricev
Small Safe. - :J ot)to83 S
Cunboard. 5 00 to 6 0
Cano Chairs, . 5 00 a so
Breakfast Tables, - 2 25 to 20
Sofui, - 00 to 00
Wardrobes, 7 00 to 12 00 cV
A Cane Kocker for 75c., Urge it
And a' I other ftou-ehold and Kitchen lru
tur at rams proportion. We hava aa traini
stock of all klorli and mont tell.
R. J. HINSON,
Cor. lOth St. At Washington -
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