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Real Estate Agent
and Notary Public,
Boom 10, Winter Block,
mmwu tae following Iret-claae fir hniuM
Saapeat via: Tbe oatUeb Oalo m WeUoaal,
Capital oyer $21,000,000;
"Assets, over $33,000,000.
ha CbIob, of FalUdelphle, orgul U UM
Assets, over $1,500,000.
fat Lloa subscribed
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American Line of Steamships. Tickets ea MM ta
ad from all ptru of larop. ,
The Daily Bulletin.
. SPECIAL NOTICES.,
Hotieee lathis comma, eigat cent pet Mac tot
Iretendtv cent per lie asoBeaat laser
lion. For on wek. SOosato peruac For oao
month. Accents per line
Nw York Store Company, t ,
G. W. Hendereoa,
W. L. Bristol,
O. F. Ort & Co.,
Stratton & Bird,
for Chess Carlej Company' famou
"Fire Proof Oil."
Saddle Rock Oysters at DeBaan 56 Ohio
Lejral Blanks Kept for Sale
at Ths Bolietik office.
Special Warranty Deedi,
Raul Estate Mortgage,
Executions, Summons, Venire,
Garnishee BUnki, Ac.
85 Cents '
will buy a good mual cooked to order at
De Baun's. tf
Board and ooras Wanted. '
B"nl win'cil with tf ronine tor 8 adults
i.i i i i nli I lr n: hi h onvHte tmnilv Dre
i.ti.mI. U n-xi,fpiMii-i reiori'iicix in be es
uiian mI. A I ir. 4 P. O. B X 338, ittting
''"iiw 'in-i I MMiiry iw
.i u' i ( H ra ! cooked to order, at
KucKien's Anne salve
The Bust Halve '.n the world for Out,
bruises, Bores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblain,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It la guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded . Price
35 cents per box. For sale by Barclay
will buv a good meal cooked to order at
Free of Cnarire.
All persons suffering from Coughs, Colds,
Asthma, Bronchitis, Loss of Voice, or an af
fection ot the Throat and Lungs, are re
quested to call at Barclay Bros' drug
tore and get a trial bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption, free of
charge, which will convince them of its
wonderful merits and show what a regular
doll&r-siie bottle will do. Call early. (8)
Restaurant and Oyster House, 19 Ohio
Levee. tf .
Do Not Be Deceived.
In these times of quaok 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 can Touch for as being
a true and reliable remedv. and --one that
will do as recommended. They Invariably,
cure stomach ana Liver uompiaute, uia
eases of the Kidneys aad Urinary dlftV
culttea. We know whereof we speak, and
can readily say, give them a trial. Bold at
flfty centa a bottle by Barclay Bros. (9)
taTFitted out for the Seasan. Dresses,
cloaks, coats, stocking and all garments
can be colored successfully with the Diam
ond Dyes. Fashionable colors. Only lOo.
at Druggists. Wells, Richardson A Oo
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Venose la note eoraana, m aaats v It,
saeh ineartloa aad wh.th.r market ot set, tf eelea
Utad to toward anr man's baaUees. tatar.it are
Local on third page. r
Geese were flying north yesterday.
Tee, woed and kindling, at City Brew
ery, Jacob Klee. tf
The river is declining here, but rising
a little at Chattanooga and St. Louis.
Several hundred old papers, exchanges,
for iila at Tbi BoLtrrtst office. tf
3 inif on the Mississippi vh In
t'll.tiii in t. s vrl yuunif men yes'erdey;
u the ty wa rouh and the sport not so
l ant . i viticipHte I.
' We '.v..1 f,,a oor entire
' ' ' ' 1 i . O t s i e & R-aenwater.
M . Guy Mo: 4-, mir i-z-dcpuiy sh-nff,
, his ) en f r a we k r tw . enitaynd in the
, ffiec uf th TeXta ic St. L mis railroad at
Bird's Point. J 1
Magistrate Comings hunt bad a ease
for two days, and he Is happy la the
thought that the moral state of the coaa
DUttity Is to healthy.
Our granger friends have little to do
taw beyond mending their fences, feeding
tad keeping the wood pile la a
THB DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MOBEflKQ, JANUARY 28, 1884.
healthy coadltloa. It looks aa (bough they
will have te defer the Spring plowing"
until 1st la Marsh.
Judge Baker yesterday afternoon over
ruled the motion for new trial In the
Nennisger Luta and Mahsffy-Weeash rail
road company case.
Fall stock and complete sample book
of wedding Invitation, ate- J" received at
Til Boulitot Job efflee, Ho. TS Ohio
-Mr. O. 1. Humr, Jr. of DauTille,
Illsn expect to begla a Mries of temperance
lectures In this city next week. He I now
lsotaring la Villa Ridge and Mound Junc
The general agent of the Eunice Good
rich Comedy combination, Mr. Jama Mo
Navin, was at Th Halhday yesterday.
Tli troupe will appear here next Friday
We have a new numbering machine,
number 1 to 100,000. Merchant and
ether who want ebeoks, orders or tickets
numbered, can be accommodated at Tai
Bollxtiv office at low rate. tf
Mr. 0. P. Hammond, formerly a Cairo-
It, but now road-master of th Mobil A
Ohio road, stationed at Mobile, a very re
sponsible position for a young man, was
her on a vary brief visit to friend th
A vary select little party of ladle and
gentlemen gathered atithe residence of Mrs.
Charles Oaligher Thursday night te par
take of a aupper especially prepared (or
the occasion. About twsnty-flve guests in
all graced ths festive board and enjoyed
the rich (east greatly.
One Gold "Louie XIV." or Box cue,
60 pwt., U-K., full, engraved "B. W.
Raymond," adjusted to heat, cold and po
sition, patent regulator, stem wind and
stem set, only $08 50.
It FiajiBAkaa 4 Co., Pawnbroker.
Mr. A. H. Irvin entertained om of
her lady friend at lunch yeaterdey after
noon. All had a delightful time, a is
usual at aocial gathering where people
meet to while awsy a few hour in strength
ening old friendship and forming new
There ur now about twenty-five pris
oners in the county jail awiiting trial for
criminal "ff'Qies of a more or less serious
nature. Some of these will be disposed of
st the next term ef th circuit court, which
begins on the sesood Monday next month,
the 11th of February.
It Is probable that the House river
and rwbor committee will report favorably
on the appropriation for the Improvement
of the Mississippi, bat many of th little
creeks are bound to get left. These objec
tionable items areusuallyput on as "riders,"
but it i not likely that they will be able to
ride through thlt time.
'' About 8 o'clock yesterday afternoon a
Are destroyed th store-house of Sheriff
Hodges, at Unity, and it content. It was
occupied by Mr. Wm. Inland, with a gen
eral stock of good, and ia a rear room the
sheriff had atored a quantity of feed, har
ness, etc. Hons snd content ar be
lieved to have been all lost.
Though th sidewalk fore is small,
evidence of its Industry, under direction ot
Chairman MoHal of the street committee,
are vislbleeverywher tad ar multiplying
daily. Llttl) finishing touches are being
given to newly built walks, that would be
moat noticeable by their absence, and patch
ing I being done wherever needed.
Prof, Mason gave a farewell dance to
his pupils ' at Hartmea'a hall Thursday
night. The professor has had msny pupils
during th season and ha girsn general
satisfaction as a teachr of th "poetry of
motion." His dance wa therefore largely
attended by young peopl aad older people;
and it I ndlss to y that all enjoyed It
. The way the thermometer pop up and
oolapse by turn la this weather circuit 1
caution, and w imagine Gen. Haten ha
all he can de to keep track of th things
and hu doubtless played smuh with many
of th instromsnts. Nowondar, therefore,
that the general uks congrsas for soma nw
thsrmomsters and an increase of salary
especially the latter.
Conductor Page, of the Illinois Cen
tral, is now dabbed "Dr." rage. A lady
passenger on his train yesterday morning
was delivered of a child a fine girl baby-
when not far out iron here, and the "Dr."
wu muter of oeremonie. Oooduotor Mor
gan uy thMDr." and child are both doiog
wall. Tba latter and it mother put op at
the Three Statu house on arrival.
Senator Logan denied, in eoaveraation
with Secretary of State Dement, thai; he
was using bit Influence in favor of Gover
nor Hamilton in the gubernatorial contest.
He pmfessed to be entirely passive in the
matter. L gn's support wa the principal
bug bear Hamilton bad to trnri Ogles-
bv with, and now that this i gone, Ogle
by is believed to have a clear Hold for the
Since the circulation of the report that
Jay Gould hu dropped 190,000.000 ia the
same speculations which mined Henry
Villard Gould, the bete nolr of all newspa
per reporter, hu suddenly become loquaci
ous, and the reporter enjoy hi long delayed
triumph, not only m laterviewlag Gould,
bat la drawing eduction from tba fact
that be allowe -imaelf to be interviewed at
all. MTba meeaent the to-called big men
begin to talk, lookout," uy a triumphant
i New York reporttr; "there most bo ome-
thlng wrong, for every one of th so-called
big men hates the press as much as Bis
marck does." This sum to be in line
with Oititen George Franci Train' pro-
phecy that Gould will be a bankrupt la
An agricultural paper called "The
Plow Boy" published in Albany, N. Y-, in
1819, contain the following paragraph:
To town for th seat of government of
the state of Illinois, Is laid out on th Kas
kukia river, consisting of 81 squares,
with a large square in the center, and 150
building lots, were lately sold at an avsr
age of 834 dollars for each, highest prise
for one $780 dollars. The town is called
Vandalia; situation is said to be very fine."
Yesterday Sergeant Rsy received the
long expected assistant in hi office bare, in
th person of Mr. Leonard M. Tarr, of
Washington. The cause of the delay in
the appointment, was tbst the department
wss compelled to retire some of tba force
in various part of the country, in order to
make th money st its dispossl hold out.
Sergeant Ray will henceforth find bis du
ties less oppressive; and ii may be that he
will now not push his resignation, at which
the general public here would be much
Shawnee News : "Mr. Walter Hystop,
in oompany with his friend Robert Reid,
of Saline Mines, left Friday morning for
Burniide, III. After spending a few days
visiting there and other placet in this
state, it is the former's purpose to return to
Canada and shortly rttsr to Scotland. Mr.
Hyslop is a model type of an Americanised
Scotchman. His heart i to divided be
tween the loch and heath and the prairie
and mighty river that it i quit sure to
keep him voyaging between the land of
Wallace and the land of Washington. We
hope he may have many happy return."
In spite of the fact that our city is tol
erably well supplied with tramp, their
presencs her is not indicated by the usual
sign, burglaiies and petty larcenies. Per
haps the tramps now bore are not u
wicked a lot u the average run of 'em, or
perhaps the fact that they are provided
with warm quarters at night, prevents them
from showing themselves as they really are.
It is different in many of our neighboring
Cities, where complaints are made of vari
ous depredations committed by rough
character within their limits. This is the
usual cry. The tramps congregate in the
cities during the winter and raid the rural
districts when the warm weather comes.
A circulsr sent out by the chairman
and secretary of the colored voters' state
executive committee, states the object of
the proposed meeting of the committee at
Chicago on the 80th instant, to be to con
sider ths proposition of joining with the or
ganized colored voters of Indiana, Ohio,
Pennsylvania, New Tork aod Massachu
setts, In an effort to bring about the hold
ing of a convention of representative colored
men from the states named, to be hold at
Pittsburg on Msy 1st and 2d. The object
of this convention shall be to take meas
ures to break up the "solid south," which,
the circular proclaims, was produced and ia
maintained by the government ot the bul
let instead ot the ballot. The circular may
be regarded u a cry for the revival of
bayonet rule as it was in the halcyon day
The el if m of fire shortly after twelve
o'clock this morning wss the signal for the
burning of one ot the frame barracka
known as "Oat-fish Row," on Ohio levee.
The fire spread rapidly to the adjoining
structure on both sides, and befor it eould
be checked it cleaned out the entire lot,
lix in number and all miserable ihantiu
that hava long been an eye-sore to th peo
ple of th olty and disgusting to strangsr.
Evry one of the shanties was crowded
with people, from buement to garret
peoplSjWhite, black and all intermediate
shades, of all ages and both sexes. Prob
ably not less than twenty-five families of
men, women and children stood about
little heaps of dirty, patched-up personal
property strewn along the street, them
selves half dressed, shivering with cold
and lamenting their losses. Each man
aged to save a little. The efforts of the fire
department and the transfer steamer Mo-
Comb availed little, for the barracks were
dry and burned like shaving. John Mc
Carthy ("Cat-fish Johnnie") wu the prin
cipal loser. He owned three of the shan
ties and lost all his personal effect besides.
He could not tell how the Are started, nor
could any one else. When he awoke, he
had only time to put on some of hi cloth
and go out, bare-headed and almoet bare
footed. He had no insuranc. Two otbr
building were owned by H. A. Hannon,
who had several hundred dollars insurance,
and one, the upper one, wu owned by an
Italian woman who came here recently
from Chicago. The fire wu a hard blow
to the occupants of the bouses, but a bleat
ing to the city, which will much more
than make op for the destruction of the
fine no sidewalk-. The brick occupied
by 8proat wu oot damaged.
. . Aunt Rachel' Joy.
Rev. W. B. Evans, Washington, D. On
writes: "Aunt Rachel, the dear old colored
Mint, who hu been a constant sufferer with
Inflammatory Rheumatism tor 16 years,
bu beea greatly benefited by Athxopho
Boa. I consider 1 almost in the light of a
miracle. She is almost beside henelf with
toy. The pain hu all left ber limb. A
little atiffneu remains, but another bottle
will effect a permanent cure. It ia indeed
a most wonderful medicine, I think it
ought to be apread throughout the length
and breadth of tnl land."
firoel a BoM Ha,
ALTON, III., Ja. . The Caibollu
orphan asylum Prospest street w
found to be oa Ire. The flames were sub
dued without Mrleus demato. Investi
gation proves that the fire wu ef Incendiary
orifta, ttjls making tbo soooad time wltnln
a week that ibis building has beea set oa
Ore. About aa hour after another alarm
brought toe flremea to nearly the tame
spot, the bam of ktr. Joseph Wise, in rear
of the orphan aaylum, being tn flames.
The barn wu dss trey t cause ef tbo Are
BbMti tm KsMsseta.
Alton, III., Jan. Aldrleh and
Fullsr, the men from Qalena, Kas.. who
were brought book here en ths ebsrge of
obtaining money under false pretenses,
were dlsoharg d, Aldrleh being entirely
dlsobanred and Fuller going under a (700
bond, Mr. C. A. Caldwell being tbeseour
Ity. As toon as released they were served
with summons In a dnl proceeding to re
cover toe money obtained by them. Both
have gone baok to Kansas. j
BiTt aea Alarms.
PrrrsaOM, Pa., Jan. M.-Biver men
are alarmed ever the prospect ef an Im
mense lot gorge tn the Allegheny aod Mo
nongabela rivers. Tbo former Is froaen al
most solid and gorge tilst at Fort Royal,
Shaaer, Layton and mitbtoa. In many
plaoea the loo Is piled up twenty feet. River'
men made no preparations to protect the,
property. There Is but little eoal oa the.
river and It Is thought all sit be eaved In
ease of a sudden rise. '
Tfe fowea Cattlae; tatta- j
AuaTtv, Tex., Jsn. 95. One of thsj
State Senator reoelved a letter from home;
saying ths fenee cutters have, organised In;
Montague county, swearing sack member!
to cut fenoes at nlcht and kill aifyone wbo j
attempts to prevent them. Tbo tenoe out.
ting element le organising throughout
Texan ao as to be ready to work tn eaae the '
Legislature does not onset a remedy. So
far nothing hu been done by the law
makers. More BIn rossael.
Vineyard Havin, Mass., Jaa. 24.
Dr. rieroe brought la a report ot two
more bodies bsvlng been picked op on the,
shore baek of Edgertowa. The doctor had!
not seen the bodies and wu unable to give,
any desorlptloa of them. He says parties
left tbe village to search the shores in that
vlolntty. From tbls party tba news Is re-,
eeived by him. The doctor hu left (or the
scene. ' "
Wrostliasi Havtea at Marshall, Ma.
Mahshall, Mo., Jan. 35. A wrestling,
match hu bean arranged to take plaoe at
Baker's Hall, tbls olty, on Saturday even
Ini;, January 16, tor $500, between Tom
Caunon of St. Luuta aad Wm. E. Olbbs of
tnlsplaoe. Ths matoh is to be eatob-as-cutitb-can,
beat two la throe falls. Senator
M. P. McOlnals, of this city , Is booking
Cannon. Both man are here aad looking
Taaor'a EMirareool WUo Mania. ,
DxNvaa, Col., Jan. 25. It la rumored!
that Mrs. Tabor, the divorced 'Wife of the
ex-senator, was privately married te Wm.
Onman, of Philadelphia, and loft for St.
Louis en route to Cuba.
VaaaraalalaaT a Cot-atai-adoa.
Bloominoton, III., Jan. 25. Tbe Me
Leau County Agricultural Association bu
begun a suit for II, 000 damages against tbe
McLean County Coal Company for mining
under the fair grounds.
rBITATE OUTABUSa. ,
Ttalrtjr.avo at I be at t k Iwraleaoet te
V. a. Moaatorsv
Washington, Jan. 36. Senator Morgan
bu for some time beea trying to got the
snslors to vets themselves a private seers
tary apiece. Last soasloa the senators
fought shy ot It, but ihoy have grown
bolder and Wednesday they adopted It by a
vote of 80 to 11. Unfortunately It wu dis
covered subsequently that under the new
rules, wbloh the senators have not ytt
learned perfeetly, this reeoutioa would
have to go to the Mmmlttee en the contin
gent expenses of the Senate, to the Senate
undid Itt vote ud tent the resolution to the
committee, which consist ef Joaot of Ne
vada, Piatt ot Conaectlont. and Vtnoe of
North Carolina. Tbe resolution provide!
that every unater who It not enalrmaa of a
committee shall be entitled to ene private
secretary at a salary ct $1,000, Forty-oac
senators have chairmanships, so that
only thirty-flv strictly private
secretaries would be saddled an tbe
Senate contingent fund. But the resolu
tion would do a good deal more thu that.
It would give formal offlolal sanotlon to the
ouetom of regarding the clerk of a commit
tee aa tbe private secretary of the chairman, '
aad It would Ml an example which tb
House would feel bound te follow. The
House would regard H u a violation of Itt
sslf-respect to aUow the Senate to Indulge
Itself In anything that It denied to Itself.
Tbete It u much reuco for giving mem
hen private Mereteirtu u there Is tor giv
ing them to senators. Probably there Is
more. A repruenutlve hu more consti
tuents sod oomeo closer to. them, and Is
called on oftencr to look after pension
olaims, petty appointments, etc There
arc about 175 representatives who sre not
obairmen, and who have to hire their own
seoretalrtes or go without. If the ST sena
tors ar taken care of. the 375 represents
lives will have to be.
VJBDEBKB BT HI OWB.
The setiaa'e Wife assd HI MClilla
r ikargaa WMfe the tJrtsaew
SraiNOriBU), Mo., Ju. 15. Th par
ticulars of what appear te be a most bru
tal mnrdsr were brought to the dty by
Sam Turner, ot Douglass county. James
Tuoner, aa Influential farmer who hu lived
for many years our the town of Arno, 60
miles from Sprlngflejd, wu found dead on
his porch with a gun lying near htm. Mem
bers of his family gave tbo alarm and re
ported that the old gentleman had commit
ted suicide. A wttaeei who chanced to be
oa a hill opposite tbo porch claims to have
heard the shot sad afterwards to have seen
Mrs. Turner aad ths daad me' step-sen,
Tom Johnson, drag the body out of the
house ud place it oa tbe perea. Tela wu
reported U the Sherig, aad the family,
constating of the wife, Sam Jebaeon aad
his sitter, children by a former marriage
were arretted. The sister te said to bav
eafessed that a uatfemey had beea
termed to murder her step-fethar for hi
money. Mr. Turner married the woman
who te charged irlth being aa accessory te
bis miiraor ia Lebanon. M.. In Septem
ber. Her' jisllsaala aa wu Jeaa
Popular : and : Reliable: Cash
DRY GOODS"-:: HOUSE '
Of all the Accumulations of the Season. -
Previous to stock takintr we arlve special attention to clearing oat remanta
and odds and ends of all descriptions- We are determined never to allow old
goods to stare oar customers in the face. Intelligent buyers never boy old and
shop-worn goods at any time. We acknowledge tbe fact that a LI VE HOUSE moat
have LIVKttOuDM, and that people Uks to bay from a prosperous and widt
a-wlde bouse. Old troods yield nothing and their presence Injures the sale of
others; therefore, we say THEY MUsT 60 previous to stock taking next month.
Bayers of Dry Goods will find this a golden oppori unity to servo tut Ir wants
Special sale of Muslins and Embroideries this month. Bayers of Dry
Goods will save money by trading with us-
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
STOVES, RANGES, FURNACES,-
Tin, Copper and .Agate Ironware.
Roofing, Guttering and all kinds of work in Tin, Copper
andlsheet Iron done to order.
Nos, 25 & 27, 8th St., Cairo.
TKIilPHONK NO. SO. ;
Paints, - Oils, - Varnishes,
Brashes, Glass, Window Shades, Artist's Material, &c.
MAKE A SPECIALTY OP
Mouldings, Picture Frames, CAIR0' ttL;
07 1 Telephone No lOf
Engravings and -"Wall Papers.
THE DEVIL HE WOULD
. ( ' aaaaaaaaaaa.
Delight ia the Oompany of Such Inoar
"la me Bratal Border ra at tba Cnddl.
gane Aad the Devil UeOagbl
Hpacdllx b Sretlflcd.
Ouray, Col., Jeo. 15. There bu beat
a wonderful change of aentlmeat here with
in the past few days over the lynohln j of
Caddlgan and bit wife. From a feeling
that the oruel lyoohlng wu Justified, comrt
tbe belief that tbe outrage wat tbe result of
a murderous plot formed by a few men for
mercenary motives. At first It wu thought
tbat the best men in Ouray took part tn the
lynohlni. It now transplrea tbat only the
lowest element participated. It Is said that
tbe aid of Judge Lyneh will at;aln be In
voked to settle the matter. Tbe most ot
tbe lynchers seem to be known. No sooner
had the bodies of Cuddlgan and wife been
cut down than the Cuddlgan ranch, a very
valuable property, was Jumped by a man
named King, who was one of the Instigat
ors ot tbe lynching, and wbo, It Is pretty
certain, took part In It. King knew tbat
Cuddlgan bad never obtained title to hit
land from tbe Government, and, after In
citing the mob to bang the owners, bs
availed blmself of tbe op
portunlty he had , sought to Jump
It. King Is now In possession of the ranob
and ssys be will not give It up. There Is
great Indignation here, and King hu bee
warned by tbe vigilantes tbat If he does not
get off the property so that It may be turn
ed ever to the Cuddlgan's little ohlld, left
an orpbaa by ths lyacblnc ct It parents,
they will give btm a doae of his ewn medi
cine. Another point which hu changed
publlo sentiment Is tbe cruelty Inflicted
upon Mrs. Cuddlgaa by her executioners.
Tbit fact wu cot at flrat known, but It bu
leaked out from soma of the lynchers.
When tbe vtgtlantas broke late the room In
which the prisoners were confined, Mrs.
Cuddlgan waa In bed. They dragged her
Into tbe atreet. Sbe bad on nothing but
night-dress and her itooking. They
pulled the stockings from bar feet ana
made her walk barefooted over the mow
tnd lee Just to see bow she would like the
treatment wbloh sbe had foroed upon little
Mary Matthews. They led ber . thus over
the loe and snow tor a distance of nurly
half a milt, then, when they trung her
np. her person was exhibited to the gase
of, the lynobere, and sbe wu subjected to
the vilest and most nameless wrongs.
, THE fcBOT EVANGELIST."
That, ftarrleaa " Oealoraa the
Wicked naaa at Hawapaper Mca, r
St. Louis, Jan. 26. A . emootb
shaTen gentleman, below medium height,
clad in a black suit, and a "white
tie that looked out of place this cold
waal her, stopped te the oWce la the
Llndell hotel, and asked for tbe key
to room No. 437. A reporter, stand
tng near, recognised the Bev. Tbos. Har
rison, the famous "boy preaoher," the
evangsllatio hero of a hundred revivals and
the conqueror ef aO,000 souls, , reelslmcd
from sin. Tbe reporter met e cordial re
ception and wu Invited t step Into the
gentleuan'e room, whore a pleuant halt
hour waa pused.
a"I never before wu eo gratified u lut
Bight, " ld Mr. Harrison. "Never. n
all my exp rienue, hu the opening nlrht
of a revival been to fruitful, or to ttlmulai.
ing Iq Its effects. Just tblnk ef Itt Souls
converted the first night! Tbe altar crowd
tAI Feepie la tsars all ever the htnu. O.
CLAEK & LOTETT,
Notices In tbls column tbree lines or less 35 centa
onelniertlon or $1.00 per week.
W 1 NTTTTl t We want men and women
VT AiV LIUV i errwhere, to sell our Diamonds
No pre-lone experience necennrr. for partic
ular, sddreia WBAKI.EY BURNETT, ;
1-15 lm 287 Vine Ht.. Cincinnati.
It was a grand slgbtl ITeil TTIn me that .
this revival will be productive of greater .
good than even the wonderful meeting In r
Decatur, III., where 8,000 persons were
converted and u many more brought under
conviction. And then In Book Island It
teemed as though I could not leave there
without finishing tbe great work. Over
1,200 lost, perishing souls Vero brought .
Into the told In that olty. And here In St.
Louis I am sure, It present Indications are
considered, tbat we shall oonvert double
tbat number. Ia tbls greal city there sre
hundreds of pet sons whom we cannot reaoti
because tbey will not enter aohurob. Tbe
thought tbat such a condition of affairs ex
ists makes my heart sick. MyUodl What
a apectaole tbey will present when brought
before the Judgment bar of God."
Mr. Harrison Is a pleuant talker, sneak,
ing in a subdued tone, but with a force .'
and earnestnesa that arc Indications of his '.
great faith In himself and bis work. In
further convsrsatlon be regretted that
newspaper men were all suob confirmed,
slnnersi but when be turned the talk upon
matturs pertaining to the pereonal salva
tion of his visitor, the letter fled rather
precipitately, with ao Invitation pursuing .
hlra down tbe elevator way to "come to
our meetlngsi be oonvlnosd ef your,
wickedness and be saved." - --
LIKE BAHtaCOl GHOST.
Tba TattS sViecflea Will !oi Down.
HiaaiSBOao), Pa., Jan. S3. The Demo
cratic State Committee, after selecting Al
lentown u the place for, .holding the. next
State convention, and re-electing W. VU.
Hansel u Chairman, and choosing an ex
ecutive oommlttee - of seven to prose
cute the campaign, struck a snag ln vat-
Uemptlng to fix a date for the meeting ef
ine state convention, une or tbe incidents
of tbe dlscuseion wu tbe Introduction , of
tbe tariff fire-brand. W. F, Horrlty, ex
cbalrm in of tbe Demooratto committee of
Philadelphia, urged tbe holding of an early
convention, . tbat Pennsylvania
might take a lead In favor of a protective
tariff, and not be put In a doubtful position
by contrary acolon on the part of other
states. , Tba tariff plank la the platform of
the democratic conventions ot 1882 and 1883
shouldf he said, be reaffirmed. I A Perry
county member of the committee took $1 a
similar view, and said, It wu folly to talk
of carrying, Penneylvanta on a pl ttform
like that of tbe Demooratto party of Iowa.
Mr. Kerr, of Clearfield oountr, said tbe
tariff question Was simply local, and that
the committee had nothing to do with
It. "Let the tariff go to tbe devil, where
It ought te - go, " , exolaimed Mr. ; Kerr
amid considerable commotion. WV Bush
Gtllaa favored a lata convention, because
an early date might be hurtful to the
cbancee ef Samuel . Baadall tor President
of tbe United States, for which position the
Democratic State Convention, he hoped,
would give him a unanimous Indorsement.
Tbls announcement wu reoelved with
slight applauu. Tbe tariff men carried
their point, an early date, April 9, having
been fixed. This I a week before the
time for the meeting of the Republican
State Ceaventloa. ...
. Eat ts aettea, .
ZnpsrKNDKNCI. Ku., Jan. 26 Robert
Long, tbe farmer arrested for attempting
to kill bis family, wu itivea a Drellmlnarv
Marlnf and acquitted.