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Capital orer 21,000,000;
Assets, over C33,000,000.
k Union, of f hlleeelphla, orgal4 U 1B0SI
Assets, orer M,500,000.
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The Daily Bulletin.
Notice tn ia eown, etgns
Inland St. Mate par llM .acktuBaeat latar-
loa. Koi on. weak. Meat petua.
nntb.tweanu per line
New Yr- Stun Company,
C. W. Henderson, X. ;
W. B Pettis,
E. B. Pttltit,
W. L. Bris ol,
O. P. Of & (K
Stratum ft Bird,
for Cheu C rlv O 'ropvif' famous
BadJle Rock Oysters at I)Buo W Ohio
legal Bluika Kept r Sal
t THS BOM.RTIN '(Boh.
8ptiil Wrau y Dwis,
Chattel M rg'tfte.
Il i. R ut H 'rtgr ; j
Sa - a, '
K'ttcriiioM, -uiuiuihk V.nire,
.rn It" nkN, dV.
jv.'I my i d in iai ox'Kei
to order at
B turd and 001111 Wanted-
B ard waored with 8 ro.rae for 8 adults
atvi twochillrxD; 10 a pnvata family pre
ferwi. Unrxceptumal reference to be ei
chtoHd. A'Mreee P. O. BI 288, stating
termi snd locality.
will buy ' good mel cooked to order, at
DeBsuo's. - - w
tfnoKien's Aruica Salte
The Beit Salve In the world for Cuts,
Braiiea, Sores, Ulcere, Salt Rheam, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hande, uniiotawe,
Coma, and all Skin Eruptiona. and positively
cures Piles. It ia guaranteed to rive per
feet aatiafaction, or money refunded. Price
85 cent per box. For aale by Barclay
will bur a good meal cooked to order at
DeBaun'a. ,y J
jrre of Charge. -
All peraona suffering from Coughs, Colds,
Asthma, Bronchitis, Loss of Voice, or an af
fection oi the Throat and Lungs, are re
queated to call at Barclay Bros' drug
store and get a trial bottle of Dr. King
Hew Discovery for Consumption, free of
charge, which will convince them of its
wonderful merits and ahow what a regular
dollar-eiie bottle will do. Call early. (8)
Restaurant and Oyater House, M Ohio
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Natteea ta mom soman., tea anu par una,
iMk la.ertlonaad whether aifed or aeMfeel
lated to toward tar oiaa'a basins Interest r
always paid for.
Local on third page.
Capt. Jem F. Miller, of "Green
Line" notoriety, returned yesterday from a
two day' trip north.
Ice, woed and kindling, at City Brew
ary, Jacob Klee. tf
Second and last term of 0. Hardy's
Daocing acbool commencing Tuesday, Jan
uary 39th, at Slab's ball, corner 18th and
Several hundred old papers, exchangee.
. for ante at Tub' Bourns office. tf
J. P. Lehninj & Bro. have started
merchant t i oring ami pvnt' furiihlna?
taMilirant wi O intra -rrial av-our, n-er
th corn r 'f Ev'i'ee'ith etrrct.
VT e ar s'ill r'td t axil our entire
at ti t of cio'hiny. O I is'i'H" ft R eii wt'r
- W Cirri II v 1, .lvv.f!tT f Mr. D.
H't ,'fw l io h liy je'rrd y from j'-r
!l II ' ti )';! '! ! H 0Pl 1 tt t
p -ji-.ic- f .if M'. C i .rlw O iitfUrr,'
N U i f r.' -t or fail to ' ' ;t
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M "t ;m ij-,).. " Ci'i; M el at .!( AraWpj
m kiu -!, F ill. i,it rn leml good
servict at the uri.a f 0'doh Riw.n
Ws bavs just 00s hundred and fifty
Btthscribsrs to our telephone exchaoge; and
it may be easily imagined that those ta
ebsrge of the central office don't have
uch time to fool awaj. ' 1
The office of the Pacific Xxprees Co,
at Walnut Ridge, Ark, buried up night
before tut. The employee of the company
rived all the books, but the balauoe of the
' ; jer was lost : ;. .,..,"!
A. party of IroaMouataia dignitaries
; : !i the city yesterday for a little while.
They were A. A. Tslmsgs, general muUr
of traasportntliia; Wm. Cmmgan, general
superiotMdeat, aad T. W. Ceaaaa, division
Full stock aad esmplets eample book
of wedding lnvltatioBe,etcn Jut received at
Til BoLLarrar Job efiea, Ko. Tt Ohio
Among the prisoners la the county Jul
mar it- . .Lue
bare is a woman aamea airui lomuen,
who wu brought here about a week ago
from Pope county under a bond of 1800,
charged with having murdered a obild at
Blonmfield two weeks ago.
We have a new numbering machine,
Bumbera 1 to 100,000. Merchants ana
tbers who want checks, ordsrs or tickets
numbered, caa be accommodated at Thi
BciAiTia office at low ratee. tf
-Mr. Peter Kaufman and Mr. H. B.
Jenkins, of St. Louis, were ia the elty yes
terday. Both are river men of experience,
and came bare for the purpose of negotia
ting for the purchase of the steamer Ella
Klmbrough, from Capt. limbrough.
Rings, Cameo, Amthyst, plsin band
and eogravsd gold rings, sold ss follows:
U K., 56 cts; 18 X, 64 eta; IS C 78 cts
.... m . II
per pwt This is U. 0. mint priee tor oiu
It , Fatiaaiu ft Co., Pawnbrokers.
Cant. Eimbrouih rsfused to sell bis
boat to Mr. Kiutman, or St. Lmls ysster
day, at the price offered. 17,500. Mr. Kaui
mau intended to take the 1wt down the
river, to uas her ss as rt of advertising boat
for bis tobacco business.
Joseph Gibwn, a negro boy aged fif
teen years ol I, yesterday pleaded guilty in,
the county court to an Information filed by
State's Attorusy Leek, charging him with
stealing e4 from Illinois Central can;
and ho waa aentanoed to una veer In the
-Invitations were yssterday issued for
he Ideal Laague Booial party, to be given
at Uirtman's btll on ths 5th proximo. To
pries of admission is only one dollar. Oen
tinmen who- hold invitations will be ei
pected to bring only ladies who hold invi
tations, and vine versa. Those in charge
will exert themsslvss to make it an affair
of uouaual pleasure to all.
I Judire Baker concluded this tsrm's
business of the circuit court yestsrdsy. H
ovnrruted motions for new triale in the
oasss of Phyllis Howard vs. J. W. Hill,
Michael Bbsshan vs. Patrick Fitsgersld
and Rtse sad Parrot vs. Freeso, sad hs
grantsd a writ of eertlarari io the cue of
Martla Smvtb. for dm ol Oeo. W. Usn
dricks vs. Robert Smyth.
Tu Boiximt office yesterdsy re
ceived a bsskst of oranges, the handsomest
ws ever saw. Thsy are from the grove of
Dr. Marean, at Ocalla, Florida. We are not
sirprlsed that the doctor aad bis wife sre
plesssd with the ehsnge from Csiro to
Florida, where ths climate is so plsasant
that lhay can go ia the middle of winter
into their own orchard and gather suob
fruit ss thisssmpls.
-The Mobile and Ohio rsilrosd com
pany's whsrfbost, at Columbus, Kj wu
sunk Friday night by' the ice; and a tele
gram wu sent here yesterday, asking that
a wracking boat and crew be sent down
mmsdiatsly to raise it. But ths Chsrley
Hill iB eground aad esn't movs, and the
Eckert is at Nuhville, so that there ia no
probability that ths aid desired will he ob
tained very soon. .
Commissioner Dudley reports that
there arc 868,801 liviag soldiers aad sail-
Ml who -have not sppllsd for pensions, and
8,840 pensionable relatives of deesased
soldiers and sailors who hsvs aot applisd.
These figures art all the more utonishiog
when one recalls ths existence of the vigor
ous snd ubiquitous horde of pension claim
agents whose mole-like ingenuity aad gen
eral success in tracing possible peaeionablea
ia positively marvstous.
The .Normal school at Carbondals will
move into the new building next Thursday.
The building is capable of accommodating
500 atudents. For the pressat it will be
heated with stoves. It hu cost upwards of
15.000 and wa agree with the Criterion-
Democrat, that it "will ataodasamouu
meat to, the energy and pluok of theciti
s-ns of Carbondals." The building will be
formally opened aad the public Invited to
Sheriff Hod if ee imtoo his loa by
th fire at Unity the other day at about
-is hundred doll rs. He had about 1
nun irwl an.l twrnty-flve buahe a of fin
.-ed oata and a Urge quantity of other
en l. alao eume farming implements snd
't rn in h h. u. Tb hee wu worth
H-twt tn fou- aii-J H hundr-d doll tr. Mr
Ireland sived aomr . ,f his atik, but lost
al u' fiva huidre.l u4lor' w th. Neitbe
-0 old colored woman, knowa
Aunt R"S", waa bnraed in the flreyeaterday
moraing. ' She bad ahoved her trunk out
0 1 the sidewslk and west back for some
thing else, and nsvsr returned. Her
mains were found is th ruins oovered with
uhes, cinders and rags, arms, legs aad head
burned off. Ooroasr Flttgerald held an
inquest ovsr them yesterdsy, aad thsy wero
buried at ths sevea-mlla gravs-fard. De
eoesed hsd ISO la the City National Bank
A child was also repotted last, but was
-The biU which passed the Beasts to
regulate the counting of votes for president
aad vtes-prssident provides that the slso
tors shall meet aad give their votes on the
OAtRO BULLETIN: 8H ND
ssoond Mondsy in January following ths
appointment and thst seen state may, at
cut sit days before the time fixed for the
meeting of the electors, try and determine
any controversy concerning their appoint
ment The votes era to be counted at a
oint meeting of ths senate and houu oa
the ssoond Wsdoesdsy In February suc
ceeding the meeting of electors.
Mist Mary Wslply and Miss Julis
Herman, young ladies from St Ltuis, ars
in the city introducing a couple of very in
teresting books. They will remain a few
dsys snd will call on sll who they think
would like the very choice works. Ths
titles of the books sre "American Orators"
snd "On a Mexican Mustang through
Texas." The prices are such ss to bs with-
in reach of everybody, the booki will com
mend themtolve to the favorable of all of
literary turn of mind, and the young Indies
are irrepreuable and almost irresiitabis snd
deservs to succeed.
Joo. McCarty owned, beaides ths thres
frame ahaoties, ths little brick bouse front
ing on railroad atraet and the lot on which
It stands. This home wu not damaged.
He bad a thouemd dollar' insurance on
the houaes deal royed, but the policy ex
pired several week ago. He tatimates his
loaa at $2,000, but none of the barrack de-
troyed in the whole row was worth over
8200 and sums oi them not 850. H. A.
Hannoo had his two houses in-ured for
8300 and 8300 respectively. One of these
whs only dinagd, and will probably be
restored to ita former condition and occu
pied by the aarae brood of moral excre
scence that made it notorious before.
The Ore of yesterday morning suggest
the question, "What w lit J have been the
result if it had atarted in the Clark build
in, that labyriuthe of wretched deus, four
cories high, only one exit and packed with
people, mostly women aad children, from
basmnent to gtrrett" A fire starting io
the baaement of this atnnture, burning up-
wards through the floors snd filling every
room with dente smoke, preventing those
crowded in the upper room from finding
'heir way out, would insure the loss of
hundred lives, by either burning ia the
house or jumping from the windows. It
would be a holocaust against which that of
Bullsvills would not be a circumstance.
Probably upwards of two hundred human
beinm sleep in this wilderness ot dens
every night, snd in case of a fire many ol
them would awake only to find thomselres
in heaven or in hell -most of them proba
bly in the latter place, if the Christian doc
trio be true. The authorities sre probably
powerless to enforce s different condition of
things, u ths institution is not a hotel,
wbsrs ths law providss that ample
means of escape and safsty shall sx
ist. But it is worse than a hotel, for there
it no on on watch at night, to give the
alarm in cue of fire. Everybody would
sleep sou ndly until awakened by the beat
if awakened at all, ana then would run lor
bis or her life snd personal effects.
Yesterdsy Postofflcs Inspector W. C.
Baird esms to this city, having in charge
W. P. Aldrich, a postmaster st New-Haven,
Gallatin county. III. Aldrich has bean de
tected in appropristing a registered letter
that wu passing through ths mails snd
cams to his office by mistake; and be was
brought bare to bs examined before U. S
Commissioner Csndee. The letter in
question wu sent by a lady in Kearney,
Nebruka, to soms ons in New Haven,
Michigan. But the postmaster at Kearney,
by mistske, put the letter In a package io
tended tor the office st New Haven, III.,
and thus the letter came iato Al J rich's
hands. Instead of forwarding the lsttsr
to its destination, Aldrich kept it,
forged the name of the person to whom it
wu sent to s receipt, an l made sn unin
telligible tignature to another receipt and
forwarded both to Kearney, one being for
the tender and the other for the postmaster
there, u required by the poatal laws. But
tbe receipt fur the poetmuter at Kearney
wu not stamped, aa required by law, at the
office where the letter should bsve been re
oeived, and the postmuter st Kearney,
thinking that ths letter had gone right
aBd that the receipt came from the post
mister at New Haven, Mich., aent the re
ceipt there to be stamped. But the post-
mtitsr there, of ciur, knew nothing about
it, hsd not received the letter receipted for
and had not sent the receipt. This he
wrote to the ptniuter at Kearney and
that started the investigation. The letter
wna sent on the 14th ot December 1889 and
aimoet ever (luce then a irovernmi-nt de
tect ire baa bei-a tracing it until be finally
came to it stopping place at New Haven,
I I. When accuaedof the theft Aldrich
dinie l all knowledge of tbe letter but
when coufmuted with the receipts, he ad
aiitted having given them and having re
ceived ths letter, I ut said he had promptly
forwarded It. . But if be hiddono this ha
suouid not have glvea any receipts to the
poatmuter sending it, and should certainly
not nave receipted for tbe person to whom
tne letter wu directed. He final I v admit
ted his guilt however, and Commiuioner
uandee bald him to bail in the sum of few
He hu a wile and four children not in euy
clrcumstences, who are to be pittied.
Neuralgia hu very properly been called
"the twin sister" of Rheumatism. Both are
equally painful, alike atubhorn, and results
of ths urns cause. Athlophobos proves
thst both yield to tbe ssms treatment
Says Mr. J. I. Resd, of Loa Angeles, Oal.
"I cannot tsll you how slad I am that 1
found this grsat remedy, ATHLorEomoa. I
bsd a violent pain in my face and took the
remedy according to directions. Before
finished the first bottle the pain wu gone
ana nu never returned."
AT MO RffiyQ, JANUARY 27, 1881.
iTiLLWATas, M.I.--Two-talrdt el the
State pealuatlary Is sural gewa. Tbs firs
stsrtsd st 1 e'etoek ta the atornlaf aaj
wu not aneer eeatret MU f. It It ru nacre
that ths firs wu statist by friends of
Younger, tbs astwrleue desperado, to aid
aim In Seetiag an sseap. The eeaviois
are looked up In ike foundry bnlldleg and
guarded by military eempsay K. Ooveraer
Hubbara bu sailed eat eompaalei I ana U
to re-lnforoe the tuert. Toe loss may
raeb a 8100,000. Strtot discipline wu
maintained la tbs rsmevsl of eooylots.
Wbsn the fire broke out ia the prison
here, Cb ef Jeyeeef the firs department
went Into the buraiat; strueture, and sad a
narrow ateape from death. He wu oaught
In the office of tbe BTortkweetora Car Co. ,
overpowered with amok and wblle la this
oondltloa, a etnaa ot water wu turned
into tbe room knoeklag htm dews, put out
the llrnu. u wu auoeverea aimoet
suffocated and dracgad from tbe building
mora dead than living, fieaater Sablnss
paper ware saved, removed Intact.
George F. Dodd, performed aa herolo aot,
brarlag of one eonvlot missing, rusnd late
tbe pi Won, maklnx ble way te the cell and
luuceded In rescuing him In an a 1 moat auf-
ranted ooaditlea. boas estimated at f&,
Caicaoo, Jan. 90. A private dhpeteh
fr.,mXenia, la., ears tbe town Is burning
DaTTON, O., Jan. M The busloes part
o Xeuia. 0io. la In flame. Toe tele-
irai'ii ofllue, telephone exchange and ev
ral t ores burned, cuvinee navegoue rrora
tiere. Tbe firemen are worklns; under dif
ficulty en account of frosen boee aad water
Xknu. O..Jas. M.A firs destroyed
Union block, which wu occupied by J. C.
Monroe, furniture dealer; Ell Arnold,
itrouery dealer) Muataxue, dealer In drugs
Manonie Lod room, and tbe Denvwrat
N ws offloe, eauslnc a low of about M0.000.
AixMiielgbt oeleek. whoa the fire was
thought to be under contra), the water
supply gave out. The eatliif ware moved
to oUterns, and meanwhile tbe Ire spread
to adjoining butidlaK, ewaed by J. B.
Fleming-, and occupied by Wolf 4 Peter
son, hardware dealers; A- Howard, dealer
In piano and organs; tbe Shaw Preserving
Company; the Republican oBce and
tbe Knight Pythias Ledge recti. The
fire destroyed the roof sad ths building
was drenched, tbe Mock being badly In
jured. Tbe Dayton eaxine arrived at alue
o'clock and at lea the fire waa under con
trol. Wa Powers, Sam'! Anderson,
Matthew Carrey and uveral etbert were
b idly Injured by tallies bricks. Power
wu fatally wounded abut the head. Tbe
thermometer (toed U below stre. Tu
fire was supposed to be the work of en in
Two gtewcU Trie
Batavu, V. Y. Jn. .-Tk court
room wu crowded ta the Bowel! trial.
The priioaar appears better tksa be did
yesterday. Re tit with folded bands
facing the audlenoe. On tbe . opening ot
court Judge Sattoa ' moved for the dti
oharre ot the prisoner, and made a leactby
argument In support of his motion, lie
claimed tbat there were cuee sf Justifiable
bomiclda, u where a man killed another
caught In tbe ut of adultery with hi wife.
He hinted that Bowell'e act wu
don ia aelf-defease. He then took
ud tbe Insanity question, arguing
that be bad food reason to believe tbat
Bo well at tbe time ef the homicide wu In
sane, and not Mcouaiaeia tor nis act.
Judge Bang replied tbe Court denied
the motion, saying tt would give the ease
to tbe Jury. .
Judge Sutton then opened the cue Before
tbe Jury for the defease. The Court took
a recess until 1 p. as., at wnies time But
ton concluded hi opoalna address.
Pittsburg, Pa., Jan. H. A man giv
ing the name ef Mlohul T. Uyten, ot
Marleflowa, where he hu a family eon-
e atiag of a wife and child shot himself In
tbe right breut with suicidal Intent nesr
flteubenvllls, Onto on the Pan Handle
train ea rout tc thla elty. Oe arrival he
wu placed in the hospital. Hs will gtvs
no rwoni tcr to rub act which will la sll
probability prove fatal. H wu eemlng to
Pttunurg to visit his father who la living at
Dyion, a statloaoa the B. sndO. rail
road. Trwla WrNksS. ". '
EasTOX, Pa., Jan.fg. -A Lehigh Thi
rty fro ght tnta wu wreaked below Beth,
leben by the breaking ef aa sale under a
ear. Twelve care were thrown la siesag
ihane on th down track aad aercutha
track ot the Bethlehem Iron company op
posite seven were ems tea. j a eoounta
MMlsUnt of grain, eneeu, etc., were
dump d along tha road. John H. Meyers,
f Bump, brakeman, rcoelved sriou In
juries by being throws from tbe tap ef a
ctcltcs few njarUOor.
Brookltw. V. Y., Jan. M.Jobn
8m!tb, a builder ot Lawrence, Queen
emuty, bu brought rait agalut ex-Judge
H 107 Alker to recover $4,500 balance dne
on a building coa tract. The plaintiff con
tracted to bulid a eummcr houe for tbe
Judire. He was to have had It doae at a
oeitaia tin and failed to complete It la tbe
time ipeciled. Defendant deducted ftt
per day until completed. Tbs Jury gave a
verdict tor plaintiff for fail amount. ,
Imdunapous, Jaa. 3u.-Martla WU
llama, a farmer Irvtag sut of ths elty, wu
round dead In Pegu' Bua. The body
wu pinned te the bed of the crack by
heavy weed wagon rutlag upon It. Tbs
drivs way Is narrow aad tbe bridgs bad.
Tbs (uppultleo H tbat Williams la the
darknna drove el dropping ua fact. Tbe
theory "f murder wu advanced but with
oat say svldsnos tc sutia
NaPOUoa, 0.,Ja. H.-C. Bdwardi,
a young lumberman, built a shanty nsar
BUery In tela oosjaty snd sesaplsd It
Thursday sight far the first tlm. Frl
dav It wu discovered burned with Ed-
ward' dead body ta ths rulaa. Foul play
Bibbs, Tt., Jsa. fie. Tbe mercury
this moralag'wu twenty -l dsgno belew
gsro, at jroftbleld, thirty-twc, William
town, thirty-four, KeatfelMS, Ptainaald
and Wsretcwn, Ulrtyslgbs, .
WASKivaroaT, Jaa. IB. htaery Warasr
wu this BMrateg Mataaced e n years la
the acnttsntisrr. Isf tha mnrdor of Jacob
Maadsry, stTbasaau, last stwimbsr.
Tin, Copper and eate Ironware. j
Rooflnjr, Guttering and all kinds of work in Tin, Copper
and Sheet Iron done to order.
Nos. 25 & 27, 8th St., Cairo.
Trcrn pnoNK no. so.
Paints, - Oils, - Varnishes,
Brushes, Glass, Window Shades, Artist's Material, &c
-MAKE A SPECIALTY OP -
Mouldings, Picture Frames,
Engravings anci i Wall
Byitai Phantom 'Prsioioe ef an Awful
. Grime, .
tbe Hoppcced Mnrwerer of thw Bow
a acker Bbcwta Hlaaaell e
Train la Pluwstag ! fecw.
; ' ., 1 . i' ;! v ,
.. Pittsbubo, Pa., Jan. JO.-An attempt
ud sulalde with peculiar clrcum.tanoii t
tiched to it which give it a connection with
the Bodeckr murder occurred
Tuesday night on a train on tbe Pan -Handle
a short time before It readied
Pittsburg, On tha train wu a mau ae ing
strangely u if Insane, who had board d it
at at. Leuls. He wu restless and kept
moving about todtfftreut part at tha train
at It afraid ot being deteoted or caught
by tome one whom he wished to
avoid: This wu done tn ueh a peculiar
aad marked manner that many of the pas
sengers bad their attentlou attracted tc
him. Tbestraaxut part of bis conduct,
however, wu when hs emd to be at
tacked by flu ot frsnsy, at which times,
and horror-struck, rolling eyes, he would
cry cut, "Don't arrest me; I am inno
cent." "Ah, It wu a horrible death, but
I could not belp It," end, "Their eyoe
are on me, and I cannot get away. " Tbaao
and other exolamatione of tha same kind
saemed to indloate that the memory
ot a terrible crime wu on hi mind and
was driving him mad. The , man's
action became won aad worse, until fin
ally, In a trensled moment, hs drew a re
volver and (hot himself, the bullet pstsiug
through bit left lung. Tbe men gave bl
nam w M. J. Layton, of Madale, Harrison
county, Iowa. Layton U still living, but
Ids pbysiclana say hi wound will prove fa
tal. Tha fact tbat be
GOT Olf TBI TRAIN
at St. Louis and his strange exclamation
and action bv led to tbe belief
that be I th murderer of tbe Bnedecker
It Is further stated that be has confessed
the crime and that be bu mentioned ths
double murder at 8t. Louts In a way tbat
leaves a small doubt tbat be Is the Bud-
Lincoln, HI., Jan. 39. Interest la the
Zura Burns homicide bu been revived dur
ing tbe week by the , Investigation In prog
ress before the Grand Jury, and . wu
heightened about 3 o'olock this afternoon
when that body presented an Indictment
charging Orrln A. Carpenter with being
th perpei rotor of the horrlbl deed. At
th time but few other than attorneys sn
gftgtd in sn unimportant mm being beard
by tha eourt were In the room, but the
newa spread rapidly, and within halt an
hour It was filled to overflowing. Tbe de
fendant came In with ; Mr. Hodnttt.
one ot hi counsel, and appeared some
what exolted when called before tbe bar,
wblle state Attorney Forrest rea th In
dlttment. He wu Immediately arretted
under a bench warrant, to which Counsel
Beach took exception, and argued before
tbe Court that tuoh a proceeding wu un
necessary and not In auoordtnoe with tbe
practice tn suob cssesi tbat tha bond under
which be bad boan plaoeu at th prellmia
ary hearing wu attll tn full foroe and effect.
and tbat the prisoner should not b lent to
The exceptions were overruled by Judg
Htrdmsn with markd ampiiui, who
said 1 I caa not and will not admit tbs ds
feadant to ball, he must goto Jail. Tbe
sheriff will take ebarge of tbe prisoner,
wblob wu immediately done, and th or
dt load tbat b be arraigned on Tueaday
About sixty witness were examined bv
the grsnd Jury, but what facts were elicited
further than those already made public. It
la difficult to learn, tbougb the prosecu
Moo claim tbat sufficient Is before them and
known of to oonvtnoe any Jury of tbe de
fendant' guilt ef the crime. It Is report
ed that Zuta's abiding place, on Saturday
night nnd Sunday, bu bun discovered,
that it wu with an old negru who had
been In tbe employe ot Carp nter u wuh
erwoman, and that her disposition wis read
before the grand Jury, setting cut tbat
Carpenter earn to her house for Zura a
about 1 o'clock Monday morning; tbat the
wltaeu departed for Kentucky a few days
after tbe murder, and her whereabouts
enly knowa to tbe proeecution, who prefer
te trust bar statement la writing to bring
lag bar upon tbe soens.
When tbe prisoner It arraigned bla ooun
Ml will uk that be be admitted to bail.
falling In which, they will endeavor to have
him released on a writ at habeu corpus. It
it act believed tbe cue will come up lor
final bearing at tbla term of court, and
tbe cplnlen prevails tbat tbe luue will act
be tried la this county, where public tent!
meet hu not changed materially from what
It wu at the eioee of th preliminary hear
rag tsat is, very muon againtt tbe defend
sat. . .
BaitaMtal Baak Cfrealattew. .
Washington, Jan. M.Tbs lenstp
rinanee Committ hu rejected the 8ber
mam bill which authorise ths banks is
luu currency to within 10 per cent aftbe
Sarkt value of the bends dtpesltod, aad
.' DEALER IN' .. .
ItAKGES, . : FUIIKAOES,
CLAliK 1 1.0 V EH,
Telephone No 103
adopted tbe Moi'berson bill, suiboris ng
thtuup lo the full par vuIim 01 me
bond. Tbl will, if a iopifd, Increttu tbe
Circulation of If Issouri banks to nearly two .
and a half million dollars, and ihosi'of
Illinois to about eight millions. It will in
crease tbe total bank circulation nearly
' od Oaly Kauiwe."
Washington, Jan. 26. Postmaster-
Oeneral Qretham, in answer to a question
when tbe St. Louis Postmatersbip would
be uttled. said, "tiod only . knows. I see
by tbs paper perhaps next week. If t,
I know noi hing of It. You bad better tec
be President about it."
" i '
! aTrakeaaaa grwla Blakraa.
JOPLIN, Mo., Jan. 20. Ju. Irwin, who
wu run over by tbe cars at Lamar, ia still
very low. It was the intention of pnysl
eiau to amputate ble arm, but tbe unfor
tunate man bad net tuffloiuntly recovered.
Ht it ttlll linking, and the chancet of hie
recovery are very slim.
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alcwacc ia Wlltl '
MaTTOOst, III.. Jan. 26, State Senator
Horace Clark, of this city, announced him
self u a candidate for tbe Repubtcaa
nomination for Congress in tbe loth dis
trict, now represented by John 0. Cm-
tiro al Ptalladelpkla.
Philadelphia, Jan. 20. The Peru
verance Wood Works, of Mahlon, on Ful
ton nnd Slnth itreet. abov Oxford, wtre
pletely destroyed by fire. Toi lots of
Ub.OOO. - - -
Kotleat In this column tbrea lines or teas as cents
one Insertion or tl.dO per week.
WAIMTITTII wewant men enl women ev.
V V All 1 IUXJ 1 anrwher. to soil onr Dlamm de .
No pre-ious experience neeeesnry. K.ir jiartlc
nlar address WBAKI.8T A BURDETT.
1-15 lm 38T Vine bt., Cincinnati.
Patrick T. McAlpine,
v Made to rier.
Ith 81., bet. Oblo Lave A Commercial Ave.
OA1KO. - - - IL.L1
Eepairing neatly done at short notice).
EW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THE CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Oor, N Ineteentb afreet
ART -:- CLASSES
The Woman's Club
and library Ass'n.
Claat In Oil Palntlne. nnder Mrs
Clu. In Wood-earring, ttepoa.-e In Brass,
Ing and Model ng, Hrs P. Korsmeyer. Clus la
Freehand Drawing Charcoal, Crayon and Pastel
Work, Mr. B. M. Houuh.
ror tarms and arrangements apply to Instructors,
or to the Secratarv of the Woman's Clnb and
136 &138 Coml Ave.
- have received fall and complete Una
at new Poll and Winter .
ORY GOODS, DRESS ROODS,
Cloaks, Dolmans, lotions, Ete.
A heavy stock of Body Brnssel, Taper
trie and Ingram :
' A fall dock of Oil Cloth, alt slses aad pHec . ' 1
flifliif&Rentf fornisli'g Goals
A fallsnC eoespl-t ttoek Is sow being
(f : eleoedmt at grt bargains.
All Uooda) at Bottom Priooal