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THE DAILY CAIRO, BULLETIN:-. FRIDAY MORNING. JANUARY 19, l83.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
orvicK! v. n omo levee.
BNTKKKD AT TH CAIRO POSTOFHCaf fOH
TRAStiKliSIO.f THROUOH THE MAILS AT EC
OXD CLAIM RATiiS.
iKKlviiAi. fAfKK OF CITY AyPfOCyTl
SPECIAL L0UL ITEMS.
IrataudftTt eenu per iiu mJwumm
loo. Kof on wwk. 30al pUne. of one
o oulh.Wccnti pr Uce.
50c. per Can,
Extra Selects, at DeBiun's.
Lilio Rjitnunnt opposite Opor
llousa. Gin Bitto proprietor, U-26 tf
Fob OtiTEns id any stylo o the Graod
Opera Re-.tauritnt Entrances on Commer
cial auJ 7th street. 11-20 tf
New Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shoeing shop has Ijccd open
ed by Mr. V. Towers oa Teoth street. All
manner of bUckni'thing and wagon work
dooo to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work done promptly. tf
at DoDaun'tf, 56 Ohio levee.
The Rot. Geo. II. Thayer, of Bourbon,
Indaaya: "Both myself and wife owe our
lives to Sbiloh's Consumption Cure. (9)
Do Sot. Bo Deceived.
Iu these times of quack medicine adver
tisements everywhere it is truly gratifying
to find one remedy that is worthy of praise
and which really docs as recommended.
Electric Bitters we can voush for as bein
a true and reliable reraedv, and ono that
will do aa recommended. They Invariably
cure Stomach and Liver Complaints, Dis
cases of the Kidneys and Urinary diffi
culties. We know whereof we speak, and
can readily say, give them a trial. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle by Harry W. Schuh. (3)
" Best Oysters
in market at DeBauu's 56 Ohio levee.
T''e of Charge.
All persona suffering from Coughs, Colds,
Asthma, Bronchitis, Less of Voice, or an af
fection ot the Turot and Lunge, are re
quested to call at Harry W. Schuh'a drug
store and get a trial bottle of Dr. Kind's
New Discovery for Conyumption, tree of
charge, which will convince them of its
wonderful merits and show wh.it a regular
dollar-size bottle will do. Call early. (3)
- A Card.
To all who are suffering from the errors
and in iiscretions of youth, nervous weak
net's, eitrly decay, loss of tnanhixid, &c.., I
will srnd a recipe that will eft you, fuee
OF charge. This ureat remedy w
discover! by a m nister in Somli America.
Henl a v-lt-addrehSed envelope to the R-v.
Joseph T. I.nm.vn, Station D., New York
Receipt books, Cairo (into line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured and for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
The Howe scales have all the latest im
provements. It is true economy to buy
the best. B uden, Selleck & Co., agents,
St. Louis, Mo. (3)
50. per Can,
Extra Selects, at DeB tun's.
Grand Opera Rustuunnt opposite
Opera ll uu up stairs, Back entrance on
7th street. Oysters io every style. 11-26 tf
Iam cured of Cat irrh and deafness after
giving Elys' Cream Balm a thorough trial.
jly aunt was deaf in ono ear. Alter using
the Bilm a few timeB her hearing was re
stored, F. D. Morse, Insurance Broker,
Elizabeth, N. J. "
Mr. R. M. Olacn, 03 Delaware
Chicago, III., says; "Brown's Iron
purified my whole system."
go to UelJ.tuu'a, 5i) Ohio levee.
Tub W. Alba barber-shop i one of
the bent appointed' shops in tho city; Gvo
barbers all first-class workmen. Call at
this shop Commercial avonuo naxt the
Opera Hjuiu nod tjet hair-cutting, Hliain-
pooning ail snaving done in an artistic
Having purchoauU the liakery ot J
Authonv, oa Wastbinsrtoa avenue between
0th and lOib streets, I prepared to offer to
the public at all times tresh bread, cakes
&c. of tho best quality at tho lowest prices
to be found in the city. Call and see me
12 13 tf Jacob Latseb.
Amtyou inde miserable by Indigestion,
Constipation," Dizzineaa. Lowi of Appetite,
Yellow Skint SulloU'e Vital'zcr Is a poai
tve cure. (10)
A Good Restaurant.
If you wnnta ood meal call at Schocn
moyer'a Restaurant cor. 10th st. and Wash
ita ave. Only 23 cts. for a regular meal,
and day boarding will rind the best accom
modation on reasonable terms.
As I nm about to retire from the praotice
of medicine in this city, I take pleasure iu
introducing m my tru-ii is and patrjms
Dr. J. E. Strong of HilUdale, Mich. Dr.
Strong is a graduate ' the C evcUnd
Uotnoenpathic Mudiral College, aud comes
well recommended as a skillul ami extvri-
enced pliyaicim and gemlfinen, 1 therefore
cotiscuifitioU'dy and uuhesittHngly re
command liim to your tivor and
while thaukinff for ptst kindness Hnd
favors bi-BDonk for inv succeoaor aeon
Uouancc nf the sime Vtrv R-ptct fully
Wit. H. Marean, M.D.
Cairo, III., Jan. 13, 1888.
For Sale. ;
A two-story brick house, frame addition
eight rooms in good repair. Carriage house
and cistern. A never-failing drive-well.
Corner lots on Street Railroad. Enquire
of m. w. Mattiews, or W. U. Kkwson
To The West.
There are a number ot mutes lending to
the above-uieutiooed section, but the direct
and reliable route is via Saint Louii and
over the Miss url r-ciflc Railway. Two
trains daily are run from the Grand Union
Dep"t, S tint Louis to Ktniaa City, Leaven
woith, A'chison, St. Joeph and Omaha.
Pullman Plac Sleeping Cars of the very
fles? m.iko are atMrhed t all trains.
A Ktnsas City Union Depot, passengers
f-r Kaoits, Colorado, New Mexico and Cal
Ifonda connect with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trains for Kansas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is made with the
Overland train for California. .
Thi line offers to parties enroute to tho
West and Northwest, not only fast time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, as it puses through the finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Send for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, &c of this
liue. which will be mailed free.
C. B. Kisa F. Chandler,
Asst Gca'l Pass. Agent. Gen'l Pass Agent.
By the ladies of the Baptist Church at the
corner Tenth and Poplar streets, Monday
niirht, Jan'y 22nd. Admission including
refreshments 23 cents. A corJial invita
tion is extended to all.
Wautcd.-A White Girl
to do cooking and washing. Address Box
233, city, stating previous experience, age,
married or not, and expectod wages.
At "The Good Luck Saloon" on Eighth
street. Fred Uofheixzk.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Nottre In tbena eoinrar.e. inn enta P' '1o,
lie 'n.irtlnn and wVuber mar'itad or not. if calcu-1-ttedtn
fwad any rain'a bnalncae Inform re
always paid for.
Services will ba held to-night at the
The Wabash Company is arranging to
run Wagner sleeping cars.
Furnished rooms for rent. Inquire ot
Mrs. M. E. Boyle, over Trailer's Shoe Stnre.
No. 103 is a new passenger engine
which came down yesterday to do service
on this division of the Wabash road.
'Schoolchildren will und The Bclle
Tts scratch-books Nog. 3 and 3 tor sale at
Phil Saap's candy stare. tf
Let women be brought up to habits of
industry and economy an 1 learn to support
husband, an 1 tho tramp nuisance will
A mating of the Gnfton Fishing
Club will be held to-niaht at the buineiB
place of Phil Saup, for the purpose of
transacting important business. A lull at
tendance is desired.
A Church Sociable- will be given
Monday night by the ladies of the Baptist
Church at their house of worship at the
corner of Tenth and Poplar streets. See
Jackson County, in this State, voted
nt the late election to abandon township
organization. The reason asngned is that
the people of the county were not suffi
ciently educated iu self-government to
maongo the system.
The "Braganza," the property of the
King of Portugal, is the largest diamond
in the world. It weighs nearly a pound,
and is as large as a goose-egg. If cut, it
would bo twice as large as tho "Great
Mogul," the next to it in size.
Speculators and parties interested in
real estate will find an attraction in The
Bulletin to-day in shape of an adveitise
mint of a public sale of town lots in
Wickliffe, the county seat of Billard
County, to take place tho 30th of the pies
Yesterday afternoon Mr. Prescott de
livered his last lecture at the High School
to a good sized audience. He spoke of
the English language and the relation of
words. He drew a comparison between
the English and the Latin languages, to
the advantage of the former. His lecture
was pronounced by those who hear it to
have been the best nf the series.
About sixty couples attended the
Mystic Krew ball last night and all had
a delightful time. The Krew never fails
to get things up right and if any naa who
attends doesn't enjoy him or herself it is
his or her own fault. Last night's ball
wbb the biggest and nicest aff-iir the Krew
has given for a long tiruo, and is an indi
cation that its reputation for getting up
such affairs is growiug brighter constantly.
Mrs. S. Williamson has just received a
large lot of the Irikh point laces, Irish point
embroidery Hnd tho Irish linen fan lace
that is s ) s'ylish in the eastern cities. Slio
aluo offers hr millinery g ods at cost.
Black and colore! ostrich tips for 40 cts.
worth 83 cts. each. Braver hats from
$1.50 to $3.00 each; have sold tho suae
for $3 50. She invites - her customers to
cull aud examino goods before purch ising
On or about the 1st of February Rev.
B.Y.Oeorgo will go east to stay a few
weeks. One of his objective poiats will be
Goiiusntown. Pennsylvania, near Phila
delphia, where he will preach a sermon or
two to a Presbyterian congregation which,
being without a minister, has invited him
to do so. Mr. George does not go in re
sponse to a formal call and the congrega
tion does not consider that h does. He
has received and declined a number of
calls since his stay here; his labors have
been effectual; his relations with his con
gregation and tho community hero a'o of
the most satisfactory and pleasant
kind, at least so far ss
tho congregation and the community
are concerned, and Mr. George, is proba
bly equally well pleasod. His
permanent departure would bo
very much regretted, but his
contemplated trip east does not mean any
thing of the kind.
Cullom's election ta the Senate anpeirs
to be a very clear case of Ijribery. We
don't mean to say any money was used,
but the place was bought quite as much as
if it was paid for in dollars and ce nts.
There is a difference in tho degree of the
offence, no doubt, but it is none tho less a
case of bnrgHin nnd stle when the Goveruor
of a state barb-rs away the official appoint
ments at his command to secure a coveted
prize for himself. If you are to ca 1 a
spade a spade, you must put this down as
Mr. Peter Neffa new stores on Com
mercial Avenue are flnishod all but plaster
ing inside. A flig-stono walk twelve
feet wide is being laid ,in frout.
They have the finest French plate glass
front of any on the avenue. Tho store on
the southerly side will be occupied as a
drug store by Messrs. C five & Broas. Mr.
Coffee is an experienced druggist of Bland
ville, Ky., and Mr. Louis Bross, the other
member of the firm, needs no introduction
to the Cairo Public. The other store will
probably be occupied by another firm with
A matter of great National import
ance and of special interest to our German
fellow citizens is involved in a resolution
recently adopted by the House of Foreign
Affairs toward the modification of the
Bancroft treaty of 1868, under the pro
visions of which Germins naturalized io
the United States arc liable to military
duty in the event of their return to Ger
many. The Bincroft treaty in that respect
is an outrage upon one of the most essen
tial principles of our form of Government,
and it is to be assumed that Congress will
act immediately in the premises in. tho in
terests ot our German fellow citizens.
A further fall of four degrees took
place in the temperature at Bismarck, Da
kota, during the twenty-four hiurs ending
nt 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon, leaving
the thermometer twenty-oue below z.-r.
And there were also heavy falls at other
points, leaving the thermometer ciu'ht b-
low z-ro at Yinkton and twelve below at
North Plitto. The wind ws from the
North-west at Bismarck, and twelve miles
per hour; from the North at Yankton and
North Platte, and nine and twenty six
miles per hour respectively. At this point
the thermometer fell to thirty-eight, from
A ftir audience greeted Mr. Prescoste
at the Presbyterian Church last night to
listen ti his lecture on memories. The
lecturer began about 7:30 o'clock and spoke
about an hour and a half during which
time he interested every body present but
some of the boys. The lecture was de
livered in an attractive style and consisted
of nnratives, amusing and Impressive, de
scriptions of men and things, examples
from noted speakers and writers and eulo
gies of them. Tho speaker drew largely
upon his own experience, and presented
everything in a pleasing or Impressive way.
This was his last lecture here.
The Bloomington Bulletin publishes
tho following with reference to the week
of prayer ju3t closed: "f he "week of pray
er" is an observance in the Proslestant
Churches of Christendom which waat pro
posed twenty-three years ago by Dr. John
Hunter Morrison, a Presbyterian Mission
ary in India. It was first gonerally kept
in 1860, and since then has grown in favor
year by year an 1 it is now rcgardod ss ono
of tho tmst advantageous customs of the
Protestant Churches, and is especially sa
cred to the membership. It was first origin
nally designed to excite a Christian inter
est in the heathen world, but it has now
grown to be a season of devout religious
worship and Christian fellowship wherever
the custom has reached. The New York
Tribune in an interesting article on this
subject says that the influences of tho week
of prayer have been the most effioie&t lorce
in compassing tho deesy of the old sects
risu feelings been the churches."
Two men, chums, came here from
Wickliffe, Ky., and took a room together at
the Waverly llouso Wednesday night. One
was a railroad man and had $300 in
pocket; tho other, a newspaper agent or
canvasser, and, of c mrs", had noth ng but
a chow of tobacco to gamble on. Yester
day morning when the railroad m m awoke,
his partner hud left tho bed and room, so
had one hundred dollars of hit money
This latter fact he discovered whan he
donned his leg gear and found his pocket
book in tho wrong pocket, which Immedi
ately aroused his suspicion. He sUrted in
seacrli or the chum and caught
"kmi nun jusi as lie was
docking into the Ciy National
B ink. Ho k"pt shady until tho man came
out of tho bank, then rushud in and in
quired of tho teller, Mr. Dezonla, if the man
who had just left had changed any money
there. Homg answerod In tli affirm Uivn
he asked that tho bilWiaogod bo shown
him, which was done; It was a fifty dollar
bill nnd proved to bo Ins own, and askirg
ir. uozonia to "please hold on to that a
bit," loft tho bank. He returned in a few
minutes witti Constable eUioehan and the
newspspur canvasser. The latter denied
bein in the bank tochangeViat flfty-dol-
ar bill; but Mr. D z uila stated positively
that he was tho mai and after some further
talk and threats tho poor canvasser was
convinced, ovidubtly against his will, that
he was really tho culprit he had "been
charged to b. lie gave back tho money
and went with the officer. But the railroad
man refused to prosecuto and left on the
traiu before an examination could be had.
hus the officer were rendered helpless
and hud to let tlitj prisoner go.
The two negroes, Williams and Wash
ington, were brought out yesterday after
noon and exam' nod by Msgistrate Com
ings. 'Six or eight witnrtsscs .were exam
iced, all for the prosecution, and the testi
mony was in confirmation of tho facts
heretofore published in these columns.
The officers established the best kind of a
esse, at least the court seemed to think so,
for he placed the prisoners each under a
bond of $2,C00. This will probably in-
sure the fellows a stay in the County Jail
until they are tried by a jury and sent to
the Penitentiary for a number of years.
t will also liavo theeffx t of intimidating
any others of like character that may be in
the city, and put a stop to the deprodatioos
which bad been unusually common in the
city beforo these to fellows were caug'ut
-It is probable that tho end is not yet
In the Fischer-Farabakcr case. Tha fifty
dollars paid by tho former to recover his
own properly from the latter, was paid
under protest and not in settlement of all
matters at isue. . It was paid in order to
obtiin possession ot property which was
bcin unlawfully withheld from its owner,
and the production ot which was neces
sary m order to convict a felon. It is now
understood (and Mr. Fischer left here
with that understanding), that action will
be brought against Messrs. Farnbakor &
Co., for the recovery of the money pud
them; and as the property for which it was
paid had been stolen and of light be
longed to Mr. Fitcher, it s'ands to reason
that the m mey will, nnd of righf ought to
bo, recovered. The mdter is an U'ltor-
tunati) aud an expensive one f r Messrs.
onliaker & Co., but the uature of their
business is such that they will always be
open to imposition by thieves, and they
must expect to be; even extreme caution
will not alway protect them against such
The necessity for immediate action of
some kind on the part of Cougreas, with
i'fifrence to propped Leg si itiou concern
ing I qtnis and tobacco, is strongly set
forth by the followmi exhibit from the
iffice of the Internal Revenue Collector in
this district: During the month of August,
liiit year." just before the liquor and tobsc-
Co agitation began, the receipts at this
ntcrnal R-'vcnu" oflhi from various sour-
ceswercas follows: distilled spirite, $17.
413.&7; tobicco, snuff an 1 cigars, $45,li80,-
81; fernvnted !iq nirs, $10,917,67; penal
ties, $9,45; tit i', $76,406,27. These receipts
were not extraordinary ; they were about
an average of tho monthly receipts the year
around. In December the receints should
have been larger, becau-e the manufacture
und constimp'iun of liquors is usually
greater. But during this montji tho agi
tation concerning the question of removing
or reducing the tsx on liquors, or extend
ing tho bonded period wis at its height in
Wasliing'on. Manufacturers everywhere
in the country were in doubt as to what
would bo done in the matter. They cleared
their warehouits of surplus stocks and
stopped their factories, for fear ot losing
leavily on s'ock in store in case the tax
upon it were reduced or removed. The result
h is boon iu this district as in nearly every
other in tho country that the Internal Rev
enue receipts haye fallen off to less than
half their usual figures. During Decem
ber the collections here were as' follows:
Distilled spirits, $1,870.70; tobacco, snuff
and cigars, $1,069,868; fermented liquors,
$3,300.34; b.tnks and bankers, $0,680.28;
penalties, $1.48; total, $13,300.68. Tho
receipt la the Internal Revenue Depart
ment are probably the best criterion by
which to judge of the effect the agitation
has had and is having upon tho liquor and
tobacco business, and from there it appears
that in this district the manufacture ot- dis
tilled spirits has fallen off about ninety
per cent, iiud the matiufucturo of tobacco
has fallen off about sixty per cent. This
condition of things will probubly not ,ms
tonally kff.ct the price of distilled spirits,
as (hero is a large surplus stock in hand;
but it must cnuso a great advance in tho
prico ot manufactured tobaccos, and
stagnation w leal tobacco markets,
which will of courso seriously effect retail
dealets in tho manufactured, goods aud
growers of tho loaf. This condition of
things hus existed mfw for several months,
ana vjongreasnas ueen in session tor nearly
an equal length of time and has been made
duly cogniz nit of it and urged to do some
thing, my'liing-to rulieve tho suspense,
but witl (nit avail. If it wnulil only resolved
not to do anything at all it would have the
dosirod elL-ct; manufacturers would not
then bo "going it blind."
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 to hire anyone,
If you want a situation,
If you have a house to rent,
If you want to rent a house,
Advertise In The Cairo Uulletix,
THE BOARD OF NAVIGATION.
Altogether about fltocn members of the
National R iard of steam Navigation ar
rived hero to participato in tho Eleventh
Annual meeting here. Tho meetings took
place in one of the parlors of Tho Halliday,
which had been kindly tendered
for tho purpose by Mr. L. P.
Parkqr. Tho hW meeting was
held yesterday afternoon and continued
till evening. At niyht another meeting
was held, and at this writing, 10 o'clock,
it is still in sesbion,
Of tho tnoro important business transact
ed was the adoption of a resolution offered
by Captain NpsI, of tho Anchor Lino to the
offect that tho rule requiring tho descend
ing steamer to give the first signal when
meeting another craft, bo changed so as to
give tho ascending steainorthis advantage.
Tho Chairman of the Executive Com
mitteo also read a communication from tho
Surgeon-General at Washington, asking
tho Board to consider and express an opin
ion upon tho proposition to make
such changes in the mangement of
Western Marino Hospitals, ns . to
provido for tho care of disabled or sged
negroes who, by tho rules governing the
hospitals proper, wuio excluded from thoo
At tbo niyht session tho most important
huaiues was tho election of officers for ttie
ensuing year, which resulted as follows:
President, E. W. Gould, of St, Louis;
Vice-Presideut, R. II. Woolfork,
uf Louibville; Stcoud Vice Presi
dent, S.W. Nicker.son, of Boston '.Secretary,
C. II. Byer, of Ne v York; Treasurer, J.
H. Schoonmaker, of PitNlmrg; Chairman
of the Executive Committer, Genera! .lanirw.
The night meeting was continued so late
because of a desire to get thr ugh with all
the business and to go h nm to-day, aud
it is probable thu this return was attained
Later. We learn that the Board
finished its work and adjourned to meet
again in New York on tho second Wednes
day in October, unless otherwise advised
by the 1st of July by the President.
One more very important act i.f the
Board was tho ind irsem -nt of the woik ot
tho Mississippi River Commis-inn.
LOW'S GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
Di-spite the flood last evening, the
R -ntz-Sintlcy Novi lty aud Burlesque C oi
pany had a very large audience, and gave
an entertainment whlcti was endorsed by
almost constant applause. The opening,
entitled "Our Social Cl'jb," is decidedly
novel, and as pleising as it is novel.
Songs were introduced by Miss L;zzie
Pane, Miss .May Ley ton and H. F. Dixcy,
Mi:s Emily Kean aud MUj R sa L-.e.
The latter sung a pretty air, "My Love is a
R vef," with all her old time sweetness,
and secured a perM-tent encore. Tho olio
introduced Harry Morris in an eccentric
Dutch scene, in which his original atti
tudes captured tho gallery gods; Bennett,
Gardner and Little Csnulla in a sketch
called "Chsff," in which the little girl did
some clever dancing and singing; John C.
Harrington in good specialties; Miss Lottie
Elliott in her, skipping rope dance, in
which Bhe is unrivaled; Harry F. Dixey
add May Leyton iu a sketch called "Tan
trums," in which they introduced a four-in-hand
bell duet, etc., which was highly ap
preciated; Mile. Catherine, a remarkably
clevor prcstidigitateur; the Johnsons, in
songs, dances, recitations aud medleys;
Dutch Daly, the best of all Dutch com
edians, who kept the audience in a roar for
half an hour. The entertainment con
cluded with a burlesque on the "Banker's
Daughter," which introduced the entiro
company in mirth and music, and scut tho
audience homo with the best opinions of
the show, Providence Star.
GOOD LOTS FOR SALE.
On Railroad street bulow 6th, three lots
8, 0 and 10 block 15, 35 by 20 each, mak
ing 75 feet on Railroad street and 20 feet
deep. For particulars apply at JJclletin
Mr. Jno. E. Henderson has junt returned
from Ballard County, whero ho wont to
enjoy .visit .to relatives. ".."He did enjoy it
-he wajs dpwti with scarlet fever the whole
time.,; ' Scarlet fever is raging iu Bui lard
ReTiScarritt went to Mound City last
evening, to condcut service in one of the
Cipt. Irwia Dugun, of Louisville, was
at Tho Hullidiiy yosterday, attending the
meeting of the Board of Steam Navigation.
Carrt. W. P. Hallidny returned yesterday
from his trip to Wns'rtigton.
Miss Minnie L Barton is visiting Miss
Katio Harroll in this city siuco yesterday.
CULLOM ELECTED HENATCR.
Springfield, III., Jan. 17. The Re
publican party todiy elected the last
United States Senator it will eloct from
I'tinois for years and probably forever,
when it elected Gov. Shelby M. Cullom.
This was dono at twenty-live minutes after
12 o'clock, every R ipublican membor of
the General Assembly, except Senator
Adams of C iok, oveu E neraon of Fultoa
and Rankin of Henderson, succumbing to
the grinding of the machine,
Ths roles of the Senate and House were
respectively called, when every Democrat
of tho Senate voted for ex-G iv. Palmer,
tud every Republican, except Mr. Adams
of Cook, for Gov. Cullom. Mr. Adams be
lieved Cu'lom Ineligible. To-iKy ivery
Republican of the House voted for Cullom
and every Democrat but Craft, who is ab
sent on account of sickness, for Pa'mcr.
The vote stood! In tho Senate, Cullom, 30;
Palmer, 20; IIousu. Cullom, 77; Palmer,
75; totals, (ullum, 107; Palmer, 05; neces
sary to a choice, 10J. Speaker Collins
then declared Shelby M. Cullom elected to
the United States Senate for a term of six
years from the 4th of next March.
Oov. Cullom says he will not resign until
about the first ot next month.
Nollcon In this column Hi itu Hue or le- J.') cuius
ouelmnrtlon or 1.00 per wuuk.
VOU NLK.. Ba h r' i hair, w.inh iauu, la.
AhlM8. CONItVI) ALUA, Sixth street
poKMALR..-llUi,k.Ch-lt..l Morirw.. Nu.rlal
i w ?'Ld. wl"r"')r t tin Uulk-tln
J on oflke Oh In Lerea
OF TOWN LOTS AT
WICKLIFFE, KY., "
Tuesday, January .'JOtli, 1883,
Tho now Kftablifhwd ('tintv Hmt o HiUard
County, a i. (tie Junction nf ihi- Ohio nnd .M:mli
itppl Klrsrs oppoal a Calri, i Iimi
Ilia or. lion la on a hnh anrt li.-suMful plulratl
of tronml, forty feft above tn,. ,(.)r 11 orta. Tba
Of rt htifh land to ili-i n-rmlmi- nf tlio 1st. I f.nl ,
i h cauo and New Orleana. -cd Mobile and Ohio
lUllroa tarhof vd Road i a e ..Ifgant d
uot buildin, omcK, id trvln H WlckliHe
On tha oPhO-i'h ldu n ttie rlvor i i till not la
the termlnna of tho lilhol. t.-, n?r .1, a',r0 tD&
Vine uie. and Cilr mi l m i.0;il Ku'lroada
On thfl i xleiourt fl.loor Ue river i thn tormlnna
of tho Iran Mountain nii tittvo. and Kt I ouU
acd Texia Narrow-Kane Kulin.Kl .
At i amantifairiuriDrf rite tea! :r to. ro iur
riot In IUh Miaaln-tpnl Vu'li-v. l h-ru it abnndant
f aupurlor Quality of Manor, both bard and roV,
the bt-at of elaya, pof.ra. fir:-, i ao in tr.dwIiK,
and lnhutll)lt qivu: i - ,(r aunrrlnt ni i for
th manniactnr of v ln
lota In toe above newly Uld If mi hit town
w;.i beofTen-d for aalu on Tuead . iho H"th dav
of Jan'tarr lM '
Tertona t:udii)B tha aaluran r(.ciKround t-ln
t!.liol rrom the Oaa Fwl-r Uf hilf raia. and on
thoM.itO.lt ft. Irom Hives' to Wickllila and In
termediate ala I'lniet hif raiea. and imiii tho I.
C. K. K. from Kullfin and Itiii.tnedlate nolnte at
i confa per nule for round trip.
TKItMS OP S LR -Oue-ih rl c-h. and tho
ha ance in one and to 71 ar wth tlpr cnt Ii fr
ettuu dif.r4 paynwut" rt.Ol J KN .vh,
S B C M.D ELL.
O. l uOKlN'S.
W. K. HAWKS.
(JAIIK) OPERA HOUSE.
ONE NIOHT ONLY!
JANUARY 22, 1883.
AMERICA'. ST AM) PD ATTKACTlf '.
TUB JUSTLY CELEBRATED
Novelty and ISurle-quc Co.
Absolutely the Most Brilliant, Novel
aud Attractive Eutcrtainuiettt
in the World.
Poa'tlve Trodactlou of the 'e Crout Burlei.o.rje,
TIE DAUGHTERS BANKER,
Replete with Senaatlonal tffecte, Charming Mnalc
aud Magnificent Cortumce.
Popular Prlco, 73. 5 and Wo Boata teenred
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
ONE NIGHT ONLY!
JANUARY 23, '83.
Ttie Litta Grand Concert Co,
Aineriira'H Greatest Coneert Soprano,
Supported by the following
Signor Ernesto Baldanza,
the Great Italian Tcnnr Hobtuto.
MUh ANNIE E. REF.RE,
Planlxt and Accompanlot.
the W.inJorrul VI iloiicollUt.
llENTtr L SLA V TON Mainour.
Cvntrnl Mua c Hall, Chic kii, I.Ih.
No advance In trlc. 73, AO and 4V. Uinrvd
freiita for aale t. i nder'a.
at and below COST
CLOSING OUT SALE!
A partial Hat of Article and prlc.
83 50 to S3 75
5 00 to 6 BO
5 00 a set.
. 2 25 to 2 50
6 00 to 6 50
19c toocper yd.
7 00 to 12 00 each
A Cane Hacker for 75c, Urje size.
Aud a' I nthor Hou'uliold and Kitchen Furni
ture at -ami proportion. We have aa Immeoa
atock of all ktnda and. mnat lull.
Ii. J. IIINSON.
Cor. lOth St. Ac WanhlriKton. Ave.