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TflK DAILY CAIRO . BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 17. !Sb3
THE DAILY BULLETIN
omCR: NO. 78 OHIO LEVER.
KNT&HKD AT TUB CAIRO rOHToFHCK FOH
IHANKMISHloN TIIROIOH THE MAILS AT KC
OKI) CIJIM RATKH.
itrenJiAL HAPKK OF CITV AND COCRTY
SriiOIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
(.iirt, in itiitoumn,einnt centa per line for
(fl aul tv uuu per ho acb aubacquent Iniar
Men. For one wwk. aoctnti per lino. For one
ronth. 61 cenn per line.
50c per Can,
Extra SelecU, at DeBaun'a.
Lvliea Ktaurant opposite Opera
Houso. Qua Brtto proprietor, 11-28 tf
For OraTKRS in any style ro the Grand
Opera Restaurant Entrances on Commer
cial and 7th street. 11-20 tf
New Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers ou Tenth street. All
manner of blucksmitbinjj and wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work done promptly. tf
at lleUaun's, 59 Ohio levee.
re of Charge.
All parsons suffering from Coughs, Cold.',
Asthma, Bronchitis, Less of Voice, or an af.
fection ot the Throat and Lunge, are re
quested to call at liarry W. Schuh'g drug
store and get a trial bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery for Conmmption, I'rte of
charge, which will convince tlumi of its
wonderful merits and show what a regular
dollar-size bottle will do. Call early. (8)
The Rev. Gefl. II. Thayer, of Bourbon,
Ind.,says: "Both myself and wife owe our
lives to'Stiloh's Consumption Cure. (0)
ia market at DeBaun's 58 Ohio levee.
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured aad for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
The Howe scales have all the latest im
provements. It is true economy to buy
the best. B it den, Selleck & Co., agents,
trt. Louis, Mo. (3)
For Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Depression
of Spirits and General liability, in their
various forms; als as a preventive aiia;n;t
IVvor aoi Ajue, aniotber Intermittent
Fi-vt-rs, the 'Ferro-Plnsporaied Elixir of
Calisaya," made by Cwell, Hizird & Cc,
New York, an I s il i by all Druggists, is the
bet tonic; and f irpntieuts recovering from
Fever or other sickness, it ha no equal. (1)
50c. per Cau,
Extra Selects at DeBiun's.
Don't condemn a good thing b .cau"
you have been deceived by worthless nos
trums. Parker's Ginger Touic bus cured
many in this soction of nervous disorders,
and we recommend it heurtily to sufferers.
Grand Opera Rastaurmt opposite
Opera H ma up stairs, Bick entrance" on
7th street. Oysters iaevary style. 11-38 tf
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
news, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will cce you, fhee
of charob. This lireat rumidy was
discovered by a mmister in South America.
Send a sell -addressed envelope to the Rev.
Johkph T. I.nman, Station D., New York
Do Not Be Deceived.
In these times of quack medicine adver
tisements everywhere it is truly gratifying
to find one remedy that is worthy of praise
and which really does as recommended.
Electric Bitters we cau vouch for as boing
a true and reliabl" remdv, and one that
will do hh recommended. They invariably
cure Stomach and Liver Complain1?, D.-t
cases of the Kidneys and Urinary tlifti
cullies. We know wliuroof w apeak, mid
can readily my, give them a triul. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle by Harry W. Schuh. (3)
Mr. U. M. Olsen, 88 Delaware Avctuo
Chicago, III, says: "Brown's Iron Hi?ir
purified my whole system."
io to DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
The Wm. Alba bahb&r-sup i one of
the best appointed thops in the city; live
barbers all first-class workmen. Cull at
this shop, Commercial avenue next the
Oo-ra II on and get hair-cutting, attain
p iojing and shaving done In an artistic
Having purchase! ihe i akery ot J
Anth my, O'l Wnsthington avmiue between
9th and 10. h streets, I prepared to offer to
the public t all times fresh bread, c k s,
i&c. of tho best quality at the lowest prices
to b.j loun l in the city. Call and see me
13-12-tt" Jacob Latneb.
Are you mide miserable- by IuditeHtion
Constipation, Dizziness, Loi-s of Appetite
lellow BKinl Stnloli's Vital er Is a poai
tve cure. (10)
A Good Restaurant.
If you want a ood uioal cull at Si-boon
meyer's Restaurant cor. 10:h st. and Wash
at ave. Ouly 25 cts. for a regular meal
and day boarding will find ths best accoin
modation ou reasonable terms.
Farmers and others desiring a uenteel,
lucrative agency busim-si, by which $5 to
$20 a day can be earned. Send add res at
once, on postal, t I'. C. Wilkiinon & Co.,
195 and 197 Fulton street, New York.
Cairo Chapter No. 71,
will bold a regular convocation at its room
in the Masonic ball, this Tuesday evening.
Tho Iligh Priest through the secretary ex
tendi a cordial invitation to companions of
other chapters, It
Speculation in grain and provisions
seems to be grooing in popularity lately,
and many who have been lu stock in New
York are now tuning their attention to
the Chicago markets. New York brokers
are complaining of dullness in their bus
iness. Reports from the enterprising Com
mission House of Flemming & Merriam,
Chicago, state that there has been quite a
notable increase in their commission busi
ness ot late, and that the markets here
are favorable for legitimate- speculation.
This firm is known as the managers of the
Co-opera' ivo Fund W. and for two years
past have made a successful speciality of
small and medium speculative investments
for their patrons.
Wauted.-A White Girl
to do cooking and washing. Address
238, city, stating previous experience,
married or not, and expected wages.
As I am about to retire from the practice
of medicine in this city, I take pleasure iu
introducing to my friends and patrons
Dr. J. E. Strong of Hillsdale, Mich. Dr.
Strong is a graduate of the Cleveland
llomofopathic Medical College, and comes
well recommended aa a skilful and experi
enced physician and gentlemen, 1 therefore
conscientiously and unhesitatingly re
commend him to your favor and
while thanking for past kindness and
favors bespeak for mv successor a con
tinuance of the same. Verv Respectfully
Wm. II. Maiieax, M. D.
Cairo, 111., Jan. 13, 18?3.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices in tfe eoiomKi, tn rai per Una,
itch 'nrtion aad whether mirk (t or not. if catca
lled tn fowj'rt any mm'a bulMM Interest sra
The Board of County (JommisJiouers
met at the Court House yesterday.
The cac of Win Fisher vs. Farnbaker
will come up in Magistrate Cominge' court
The Mystic Krew will celebrate Mardi
Graswith a Grand Masquerade ball at
Ihrtuinn's hall. It
The Paducah Grand Jury is investiga
ting hfts made on the results of the late
election and a large number of in lictments
There is a bad hole in the walk on
Ninth street, the southerly side thereof,
that endanger pedestrianism at night.
It ou'ht to be abolished.
Prepare your siU for the Mardi Gfs
Masquerade to be given by the Mystic
Krew at Ilartui i;i' hall on MirJi Gras
Day February 6th. It
A fine gun belonging to Mr. G. II.
Jackson was raffled off at the salo:n of Mr.
Gus B itM on Monday. Officer Mahauny
was the winner of the priza.
Those Cairoites who failed to take ad
vantage of the few day of col J weather
during thi last wek, to exercise their
limbs intbsartof skatiog, mav not have
another opportunity to do so this winter.
Invitations will'be issued for the Mardi
Gras ball of the Mystic Krew, and a largs
stock of costumes will be provided. It
Yesterday's weather bulletin gave no
indication that the weather here would
change materially either way, by reason of
any important change north or west of
There was a very interesting gospel
meeting in the M. E. Church on Monday
night. There will also be public services
in the same church this evening aud Fri
day evening at 1 o'clock. All are in
vited. Schoolchildren will Und The Biulk-'
tis scratch-books Nos. 3 and 3 forsaloat
hil daup'a candy stars, tf
We are glad to be able to announce
that Capt. Shields has secured for one night
only, Tuesday, January 80th, the inimita
ble M. B. Curtiss in bis great impersona
tion of "Siui'l of Posen."
A letter to Chief Myers frm Osceola,
states that Sheriff W. B. Hoskins captured
the thieves who some days ago entered two
stores In. that place, and robbed them of a
quantity of goods. The thiovoi were cap
tured about thirty miles above Memphis.
County Court, Juige Rjbinson presi
ding, will to day enter up the order for an
election in tho town ot Hodges Park, this
County, to determine tho question of organ
izing the town as a villago. The day set
for the election is Februay 18th.
George Williams and Gaorgo Washing
ton, thu two slippery thieves, were taken
out for preliminary examination yesterday j
but at the request of the officers, Magistrate
dmings continued tho case until the 24th
instant. Tho officers are on track of the
third fellow and expect to h-ive all three
together 1m a day or two.
The County Commissioners in session
yesterday only appointed the road super
visee in nil parts of the county, of wh om
then are twenty-three. Thev adi nirtmd
until to-day, when, Biuong othur petitions,
that of Mr. Wilhurn, of H idgos Ilurk, for
a renewal of hisliquorliccnsu and thecouu-
ter petition protesting against ouch renewal,
will be considered.
Tho meeting of rubber manufacturers
of the United States for the purposoof
forming a consolidated company to control
the whole rubber business of the country is
to take placu in New York to day. There
really seems some prospect that such a com
pany will bo organized. At all events a
stroug effort will bo mado to that end. Its
capital would bo about $20,000,000, and
the benefits to accrue would be a uniformi
ty In manufactures and better tacilitics for
dealing with the importers and producers
of raw rubber who at present have things
all their own way. Crude rubber is now
worth $1.09 per pound, an extraordinary
price not at all justified by the cost of pro
duction and transportation.
Next Monday we have Rentz-Santley's
troupe of artists at the- Opera House here,
and on Tuesday night Marie Litta will bn
here with a largo company. Litta is a new
star who rose ou the tbrettical firmament
like a meteor; but remains there a fixed-st ir
increasing in brightness with each season.
Tho Rentz-Santley trouoo is now in St.
Louis playing nightly to crowded bouses.
There are from five to tea thousand
sacks of corn between this city and Com
mercial Point, awaiting shipment to this
city. Owing to the low water and Moat
ing ice, navigation in the Mississippi above
here is entirely suspeudJd and freight ac
cumulates. Arrangements are about to be
male by Captain Shields to relieve the
pressure for conveyance from Commercial
Senator Hogan has introduced a bill
in the Illinois S.'nate, providing for the
reimbunment of Pulaski County for the
loss of its public buildings. The bill ap
propriates $2.1,000. The Senator does well
for a new recruit. If be will continue to
keep one eye upon the surplus million in
the state treasury and the other upon the
needs of his constituents he will make a
model member for bis constituents.
Mrs. S. Williamson has just received a
large lot of the Irish point laces, Irish point
embroidery and the Irish linen fan lice
that is st s'ylish in the eastern cities. She
also offers her millinery goods at cojt.
Black and colored ostrich tips for 40 cts.
worth 85 cts. ea,:h. B.'aver hats from
$1.50 to $2.03 each; have sold th-a s;m9
for $3 50. She invites her cut 'iners to
call and examine goods before purchasing
Cato McKissick and Elvira Williams
were before 'Mag'str ite Cominas yesterday,
charged with bavingno visible means nfsup
port, which, h iwcv.r, is not to be taken as
implying that they were suspended in mid
air like Ma demoiselle Seeman at the O.i-ra
House Monday nih t. Cato sni Elvira
were, so far as known, gaining a liveliho d
in an elegitiraate way. The court fined
each one buodred dollars and costs and
sent them out of town.
A better au lience greeted Mr. Pres-
cott st the High school room yesterlay
evening than was mere tne any ueiore.
There was a larger percentage of grown
people, which was a favorable circum
stance. "The philosopriy ot reading w
his subject and he handled it in a very en
tertaining an! instructive wty. He proved
that he uoderstvd his subject thorou:hly
ina'l its bearings and deta'rs. To- liy Lis
subject will concern ariC J'atnn nnr par
ticularly, if we were C' mctly in'ormed.
A f-ir audience greeted the Sceraan's
at the Opra Hiusi !at nrght and was
evidently well pleased w:th toe per-
formaace. A new and very attractive pro-
gramme was preaentej, wn:cn comprise!
thing b-aj'iful, novel and wonderful,
which held the attenroa of the audience
throughout and elicited much app'ause.
The performance presented by the Seeman's
is a refreshing departure from the usual the
atrical performances which delighta habitual
theatre-goers and creates a new relish for
the emotional kind.
State S-nator IJogtn, of Pulaski, is
for Cullom for the United States Senate; so
is Dr. Lode Democratic (?) member of the
Houitrom the same district, by the grace
of a fraudulent Republican returning
board. That the latter is for Cullom
was evident from hi cowardly action when
the Merrill resolution, declaring the state
constitution a barrier to the election of
Cullom or Hamilton to the Smate, was
voted upon. The Dr. bobthomased the
question, in other worls, ho absented him
self. Mr. Spann, the rightful owner of
tho seat now occupied bv Dr. Lodge, but
tho defeated one by the fraud of a Republi
can returning board, was not for Cullom,
and he wm under no obligations to Mr
Hogun and would not be under any. He
was aud is an honorable Democrat, who
would not connivo with Republicans and
accept from them a certitknto of election
that belonged by right to another, paying
for it with his liberty of thought, word nw
deed in the halls ot the Legislature. These
are ficta which, put togother rightly, fur
nish a reason why the Pulaski County
returning board might have preferred the
election of Lodgu to that of Spann.
John D.Mayborry is tho name of the
young fellow who, ihim (lavs ago, 1'e.lon
eously carried off somo of Mr. Win. Web
bers butter. Ho got five rolls of tho
precious article, and bo says it wis god
It must have been very good to repay him
for the diro consequences of taking it
It must have been such butter as we used to
get iu tho good old tunes, before the day
of oleomargeriir, swdnerino or slopcrine
It must havo been tho kind of butler the
memory of which lingers will) tis liko a
dream of years putt, when tho hillsof gooi
old "Fatherland" brought forth grass fn1
which cow s mnk was distilled ami out of
which butter was manufactured that would
tickln tho palate of the most iWidnmni
it must have been this kind of butter In order
to repay John for tho tribulations through
which his act of taking it will load him
If it was this kind of hut or, it amply
paiu mm in auvance tor uiuoh greater
punishment than ho will have to bear and
May berry, who, by the way, is in
color a blackberry, would have been in
deed a noodle or a gooseberry if he bad al
lowed the opportunity to oujoy the bliss
which such butter cau give to pass unim
proved, even iu the face of a frowning
State's prison. He was hold to bail in the
sum of $15!) by Magistrate Coinings yes
terday. We cmp tho following complimentary
notice of Dr. Strong w ho succeeds Dr. Ma
reac, fro-n the Hillsdale (Michigan) Load
er of Jmiuary 12:
"Dr. J. E. Strong left for his new home in
Cairo, III., on Wednesday. During Doctor
Stnmg's practice iu this city he won many
warm friends by bis upright and gentle
manly conduct at all times; and it. is great
ly to be regretted that a larger field tempts
the genial Dttor to say 'good bye."'
A rather wild looking stranger stepped
up to the otflio counter of Tho Halliday
yesterday evening and stood there with
apparently no particular object. Mr. L. P.
Parker asked if he wanted to put up thore
and was told "yes." "What's your name"
asked Mr. Parker seeing that the man
made no motion to register. "I'm
W. C. Cody, 'Buffalo Bill,"'
ssui me man witn an air of con
scious superiority and without cracking a
smile. Mr. Parker registered the name
without commenting, dotermined to see
how far the man would carry the joke.
"Want supper"! a',ked Mr. Parker.. "No,"
drawled the stranger, "just want a room
fur to-night." "So you are Buffalo Bill,
are yu"? asked Mr. Parker with his usually
pleas mt bmile. "Ye as." was the reply
with a cvnical smile. "Well," continued
Mr. P.irker, "lodging will be one dollar, air,
in advance."This was a bomb-shell to"Bill,"
his quiet expression suddenly changed
to one of piiotul anxiety; with both bands
he fumbled nervously in ail his pockets
w hile his eyes wand"red a' 1 over the room
as if in search of something which had
but just escaped fr m him. He finally
collected himself sufficiently to articulate
'tnewhat indistinctly that he would pay
for the room when he cam in again.
Mr. Tramp, alias "W. C." Cod;-, left and
lida't turn up again. He whs not neur
sharp enough for his undertaking and Mr.
Pr.rki-r wis considerably too sharp for
-Cmi'ioror Smith and the watchman
at netau.', both of the Illinou Central
road, two threatened to bring suit for
false i norls mment against Officer Winis
and Tvlcr. They both came in ou the 4 :30
H.m. Ireight train Sunday morning and
were stan iing on t'ie platform of the stone
depot wtiere they had been to report, when
the officers came up to them, commanded
them to throw up tti- ir hands, and took
them to jtil woerj they re-oaiaei for rive
hours before they wen identified by their
friends and released. The afftir waa cer
tainly a very uop'easait one for both the
3rs ani the victins of the blunder;
ut whea lo iked at calmly and in detail
the offi .tr! error is pardonable ti say the
ess. They ha i bien in pursuit of men
wh s? action provs I 'asm to be guilty of
s me mis demeanor; th-y liad pursued the
fugitives into tin Illinois Cjotral railroad
yards which, as usul, were lull of cars;
timers they lost aiglituf th men, bin ctdi
up oi ti e conductor and watchnna who
showed evidences of having been but re
cently engaged in some exerciso, aad these
they arrested, believing them to b the
fugitive, but who were now trying to de
ceive, them by pretending to have just
come in on a tnin. The circumstances
vtry reasonably lad to the conclusions
rmed by the officers, and probably but
few, if any, would have been led to think
otherwise. That the error occurred is to be
very much deplored, but we are Inclined
to lay tho blame for it more to the influ
ences which shaped tho circumstances so
awkwardly thsn to the officers, who were
zulously pursuing their duties with about
as much iotolligence as the case permitted.
Harper's Maoazise Ut February is a
very attractive and entertaining Number.
Under the title of "Germau Political
Leaders" Professor Herbert Tuttte contri
butes a valuable article on the German
Parliament with sketches of tho leaders
of the parties there represented, and a view
of tho principal quostions dividing these
Geoigo M. Whito contributes an llluatra
t"d article on "Tho Local Associations of
Wldttier's Poem's," full of interesting
reminiscences of tho old poet and curious
facts connected with tho subjects treated by
The two serial novels Black's "Shandon
Bells" and M 8 Wool son' "For the Major''
are continued. Ernest Ingersoll contri
butes a short s ory based on a romance as
sociated with the old Ru-eiaD fort lu Alta-
California, described in his article "In a
Redwood Logging Camp," iu the January
Number. "Eugenie's Feto-Diy" U a bright
little sketch by a "Working-Girl."
Mr. George William Curtis, in the Easy
Chair, describes tho gay winter season in
Now York; discusses Tennyson's now play;
notices tho recently published life and let
ters of Lydia Miria Child; aud pays i
graceful tribute to the late Anthony Trol
GOOD LOTS Foil SALE.
On Railroad street below 6th, three lota
rj, 0 aud 10 block 15, U5 by 20 each, niak
lug 75 feet ou Railroad street and 20 feet
deep. For particulars apply at Bdlletih
THE SENATORIAL CONTEST.
Nows of Monday's work at Springfield
says among othor things that "if only
seven of the bullets remain firm and stand
out to tho end Gov. Cullom will be the ex
ecutive ot Illinois to the end ot his term.
It is generally believtd by nil that not
enough votes will be cact in both Houses
to-moirow to elect anyone, or that an
election will be reached on Wednesday.
r-LEIOOED AflAINST ( LI.I.OM.
Latku It is said enough bolting Re
publicans have fiigned an agreement not to
vote for Cullom under any circumstances.
pThe following ar thu namei of eleven
Republicans that attended the bolting cau
cus to-night: Marion of Morgan; Purrish,
Wood, Lawrence ami Rook of Cook, Fuller
of Boone, Rankin of Fulton and Fletcher
THE DEMOCRATIC JOINT CAUCUS
was called to order in tho Supreme Court
room by Chairman Lanning of Menard at
9 o'clock, and the caucus proceeded at
once to nominate a Democratic candidite
for United States Senator.
The nominees were Hons. Wm. Girin
ger, of Sangamon ; Wm. W. Springer, of tbe
same; Judge Dickey, of Chicago; Mayor
Harrison of Chicago; Hou. W. R. Morrison,
of Monroe; Ex-Governor Jno. M' Palmer,
After a piritid contest Gov. Palmer was
nnuiiuat-d as ihe Democratic candidate for
United States Senator on the thir l ballot.
Upon motion of Mr. Merritt his nomination
was made unanim ous. All the Democratic
members of tho General Assembly but two
were present or accounted for, und the pro
ceedings were unanimous au I earnest. It
can be lately put down that if Gov. Cullom
or his friends are counting on Democratic
support in any contingency they are poor
judges of men.
BUSINESS MEN WANT
Commercial Job Printing in pood nhape
and on good paper,
Iriph Linen and fiat
Envelopes of all kinds,
R -ceipt Bo iks.
Check U oks,
perforated with round
Order Booke, .
Ball Invit ttions,
Wedding Invitations, t
Full Sheet Posters,
Small Bills and Dodgers,
All of which will be found at The
Bclletis Job Office, No. 78 Ohio Levee.
Mario Litta, w hose name and talents are
familiar to every lover of music in our city,
will appear here on Tuesday, January 23d,
with a company n it excelle 1 by any upon
the stage, which includes Signor Eruetto
Baloanzi, the gteat Dalian Tenor Robusto;
the splendid C'ontalto Miss Annie E. Beere
of ew lork and others whose ability is
Miss Litta and Bl lanza were stars with
the Strokosch Grand Italian Opera Co. for
an entire season, and tho former has been
pronounced by those competent to judge
superior to Kellogg whom she supported
for several season throughout the country.
It has been hinted that Litta's growing
popularity with the public may bo the
cause of her retirement from the Kellogg
party, the leading prim donna not being
particularly anxious to hsvo so powerful a
rival at her side.
Prices for admission to this entertain
ment will not be advanced above the usual
figures, and we trust tho little Bloomington
girl will have a rousing reception upon
her arrival. ,
ANEW SOUTHERN ILLINOIS RAIL
A special from Springfield, dated Jan.
1 5th, says: "Articles incorporating the
Joncsboro aud Cape Girardeau Railroad
Company were filed with the secretary of
state to-day, by Thomas F. Bouton, Wm
S. Dy, Oliver P. B i-g ott, Alvin Cook of
Jonesboro, 111., an 1 Charles L. Otrich of
Anna, III. Tho capital of this company is
$100,000, with which it is proposed to
build a railroad from Jonesboro, III., to
Cane Girardeau, Mo. The first board of
directors are Thomas F. Bouton, Oliver P.
Baggott and Charles L. Otrich, with prin
cipal office in Joneaboro.
IF YOU DO,
If you want to sell anything,
If you want to buy anything,
If you want to increase your business,
If you want tohiro anyone,
If you waut a situation,
If you have a house to rent,
If you want to reut a house,
Advertise in The Cairo Bulletin.
Tho Rentz-Santley Novelty aud Bur
lesque Company open at the Opera House
Monday 22d inst. with a splendid troupo
of first class artists. Tho unimitable Dutch
Comedian Harry Morris Is a member of
the Combination, wbilo MIU Catherine has
a number of trained doves and rabbits
which are Very interesting and amusing.
Tbo burlesque "Clatido Duval" based on
the comic opera of that tiamo, conclude
Admission including reserved seats 75,
90 35. Tickets at Buder's.
Mr. M. C. AdiiaiB returned from Chicago
a few days ago. He brought his wife home,
as her physicians thore could do her no
good. There is no hope lor tho unfortun
ate lady's recovery.
Mr. C'arnis, of Mr. O. K. Huurt.s dry.
goods house, returned. Monday from his
homo in Carmi after a week's viait there.
le got sick on tho WBy and is confined to
Gov. Butler declines to lio a candidate
for tho senate.
Mra. Langtry arrived Moudty in the
snow-flurry at St. Louis. Geblmrdt came by
the nex ttraih.
John Kelly has been re-elected chairman
of the Tammany committee.
Red Cloud lias had un interview with
Secretary Teller. He wants puy lor the
horses tuken by Gen. Crook.
Ben. Tice, clerk of the Newbal house,
Milwaukee, says positively somebody get
tho building on tire. . It was fired in the
Work in tho ruins of the burned hotel at
Milwaukee still continues and taunses of
unrecognizable remains un1 found occasion
ally. Fifly-ono bodies have thus far been
It was understood that the work of tak
ing the tenth census and puld shing tho re
sults was not to coat over $3,000,000, the
amount appropriated by Congress. Since
the passage of that bill do'kieney appro
priations have been callel for until the
amcuut appropriated is $5,'t()3,0;4 til, and
the bureau wants $100,000 mure, the work
being far from completion.
NEW ADVkUll-fcM K.MS.
Notice In thin rolnmn 1 1. r'i? lines ur kff '.'5ctli'
ooelnaurtloa or fl.iM ptrwovk.
j'OK HALE. Bs'her'" cLairs, vnrh utauiw, is
biesAc. CiJ.S'ltVL) ALU a, S'.nh it.-e-i
POIt SALR.-B'ank. Ch-.tta! MorK't'-. HreHl
r Wsrri tv and Warranty Detail til tuu liulrt'O
Job o&rt) Ts Ubio Leveu
(ATR0 OPERA HOUSE.
OXK XI OUT ONLY!
JANUARY 22, 1883.
AMERICA'S STANDARD ATTRACTION.
THE JVSTLT CELEBRATED
Novelty and Rurloque Co.
Absolutely the Most Brilliant, Novel
and Attractive huterUiuiiieut
iu the World.
f oiliv I'roductloa of the c c.rrat Durln jm.
THE DAUGHTER'S BANKER,
R)lt w!tU ScDnaUuiial tffecu, C banning Mutlc
and Miutlkcnt CnrU;nui.
Pnpnlar Prtft. 7(5. 5 aud J:. Seats lecured
(JAIR0 OPERA HOUSE.
ONE NIGHT ONLY!
.fANUAltY 23, '83.
The litta Grand Concert Co,
America's Greatest fnnrort Soprano,
Rupported !y th following
Signor Ernesto Baldimza,
th Grtat ItslUn Ti'tior KulniNto
His ANNIE K. BE EKE,
I'lanlut and Arvoinianlst.
thu W in lorful Vl'iloiiculHnt.
HENRY I. SLAVTON Manser.
e'onlrul Mm c Hull, Cliic gn, Ms.
o advance In nrlcna. 7, SO aud 2c. Huswrvsd
Heat for aula at liudnr'a.
at and bolow COST
CLOSING OUT SALE!.
A partial Hut of artlclai and prlcti,
Break fast Tablen,
83 50 to $3 75
5 00 to 5 60
5 00 a set.
2 25 to 2 50
00 to B 50
. . 11 00
19c to 45c per yd.
7 00 to 12 00 each
A Cano Rocker for 75c, large size.
Aud all othur Iloii-ehuld und Kltchuu Kami
tar at mm proportion. Wa hava as Immonie
lock of all Itlnila and moat lull.
R. J. HINSON,
Cot. lOth St. At Wuahlngtou Av,
mi dat I run