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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY- 29, 1884.
M. J. HOWLEY,
Real Estate Agent
and Notary Public,
Boom 10, Winter'! Block,
ibllawiM .ret-laae Itr laearane
Capital oyer $21,000,000;
Assets, over $33,000,000.
he Ubp, of Philadelphia, organised la 1804;
Assets, over $1,500,000.
Ill Lion enbecrlbed
Cell for b otter and cleua. "Asjant lor the
imtricu Una of Steamahlpe. Ticket on sal to
aad from all parte of Europe.
The Daily Bulletin.
iioUeaslii .Ms column, eigm cant p.r lint Air
Ir-tandav oDt. per lln aaeb eutjeeqaant loaer-
ion. Ror on wwk. SO oenU pat Una. rot on
oath. 60 cent pat Una
Millinery Stock and fixtures for Sale.
I wilt sell my entire itock or mi linery
ad the store fixtures at a sacrifice; the best
bargains ever offered. Toe stock is new
tad well stilted. Will tell all to
gather on terms to suit the purchaser, or
will retail goods at lower prices than e?i-r
before sold. I must close out business on
account of ill health. Call if yon want bar
gain. Mm. O. MoLuit,
8thst.,bet. Washington and Walnut.
New York Store Company,
C. W. Henderson,
E. B. Pettit,
W. L. Bristol,
G. F. Ort ft Co.,
Stratton & Bird,
for Chess Carley Company's femous
"Fire Proof Oil."
Saddle Rock Oysters at DeBaunOO Ohio
Legal Blaoki Kept For Sale
at T Bcllitim office.
Special Warranty Deeds,
Real Estate Mortgage,
Executions, Summons, Vsnlre,
Garnishee Blanks, Ac
85 Cents .
will buy a good meal cooked to order at
Board and Boomi Wanted.
Beard wanted with 8 rooms for 8 adults
and two children; In a private family pre
ferred. ITnexcantional references ta be ex
changed. Address P. O. Box 288, stating
terms and locality. lw
will buy a good meal cooked to order, at
KucKien's Arnica salre
The Bust Salre in the world for Cuts,
liruieee, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It i guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
85 cents per box. For sale by Barclay
will huv a good 0101 cooked to order at
Restaurant ud Oyster House, 58 Ohio
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Ice, wood and kindling, at City Brew
cry, Jacob Kite. ti
Alex. Taylor, of the Fultonian, was in
town yesterday on business.
Miss Hattie Hodges, ot Carrollton,
Ills., is expected to arrive to-day on a visit
to Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. Parsons.
Several hundred old papers, exchanges,
for sale at Thi Bcllitik oflBce. tf
Mr. O.D.Gray, of St. Louis, promi
nently connected with the Leader sewing
machine company, was in the city yester
day. The Ideal League will be entertained
to-night by Mr. William and MissBettie
Eorsmeyer at the residence ' of their
We are atill ready to sell our entire
stock of elothlng. Guideline A Rosenwater
,v Col. Worrell, editor of the Diaoatch.
published at Jackson, Tenn, and known as
the spiciest paper in the state, was in the
city yeeterday and called on Thi Boxlitw.
Tha fog on the Ohio yeeterday made
beating lets safe than ordinwdlly. Boats
were run carefully in the harbor all day
and several of them bound for up er down
stream laid over.
' Fnll stock and complete sample book
or wedding Invitations, etc. Just receive
Tm BoLUTor job office, Mo. 78 Ohio
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hatch arrived
the aty Saturday and pat np at Mrs. P.
Howard's bouse. They were married
a i ... .
hmd, iss. Mrs. Hatch is a
-mlog young lady.
Ceaal young ladies and gentlemen
rs oat yesterday selling tickets to tbs
charity ball, and they succeeded beyond
their expectations, ao far u we were able
to learn. Each ward will be thoroughly
caovassed. Not less than a thousaed tick
eta ought to be sold for so worthy s pur
pose. Deputy Couoty Jailor Michael Fitz
gerald left yesterdsy afternoon for Anna,
having in charge the negro recently ad.
judged insane by the county court, where
he will be placed in the asylum.
A genuine 'Henry Bonngier'' conser
vatory violin, pronounced by Louis Blumen
berg,' of the Lltta concert troupe, as a very
fine instrument, 845.00
It Fahhbaihh & Co., Pawnbrokers.
Ice has interfered much with the trans
fer bosts at the upper inclines. At times
they worked for half an hour to get the
little gorges away from in front of the
landing. But the ice is thinner now and
gives little trouble.
Theatre-goers should bear in mind that
the next play at the Opera House occurs
nuxt Friday and Saturday, by the Eunice
Goodrich Comedy company. The company
comes here Irotn a tour of unusual success
and will undoubtedly give the people of
Cairo an entertainment of much merit.
Three large mail boxes have been or
dored by Postmaster Murphy, to be put up
at the City National Bank, the Alexander
County Bank and at the New York Store.
These three boxes are daily crammed with
mail. The three smaller ones now in use
at those places will probably be assigned to
other parts of the city, if it shall appear
that the collector can give them bis atten
County Judge Robinson yesterday en
tered judgment in all but four of the cases
in which judgment was asked by the city
for special tax levied for street filling under
ordinance numbered 127. The four objec
tors live on Fourteenth street, between
Washington avenue and Walnut street, and
the ground of their objections Is that their
property was taxed too much. Pleadings
in the cases will probably be heard to-day,
Mr. Crane, secretary of the Y. M. C. A.,
is the Inventor of a newspaper holder that
is probably superior to any now extant. It
consists of two sticks, one about eight
inches shorter than the other. The shorter
one is hinged to the longer one at one end
and held down by a spring catch at the
other. Pins are adjusted at intervals be
tween the sticks to hold the papers. A
patent has been applied for.
A voting of a thousand-dollar clerk to
each senator, by the federal senate, was a
piece of extravigance that the people
should remember against those wba voted
for it Democrat or Republican. There is
no more sense in giving each senator a
clerk than there is to representatives, snd
there is no need of it in either cue. The
work to ba done is not so hard but one man
can perform it, and anyone who is too lazy
or too frail should pay for his private secre
tary out ot bis own salary.
The Singer works are running on full
time -all excepting the log-way. The log
way could not be run during cold weather,
because the chain would freeze, and now
the logs in the river are covered with ice
several feet thick at some points. The
company has been very fortunate, however,
in not losing any logs during all the time
that ice was running ao heavily down this
side the river. Good management alone
must have credit for this. At present the
works are supplied with logs from the
compsny's-yards inside the levee, where
enough are stored to last for several months.
The 147th anniversary of the birth of
Thomas Pitine will be celebrated to night
at the residence of Mr. Jacob Martin.
Very neat invitations have been sent out to
friends of the family. Music, essays and
comments will be the dtder of exercises,
and a supper will conclude the interesting
programme, raine was one or tne Heroes
of the world a hero in mere senses than
one whose memory deserves to ba cher
ished, and will be cherished, as long as po
litical and religious liberty are held to ba
There is trouble in the very near future
for the St. Louis and Texas railroad. As
yet no steps bate been taken, so far as
known, to meet the demands of any of the
employes of the road for pay. All are
waiting from two and half to tbres months'
pay and all ars again tired of waiting.
Yesterday the men all along the line were
on the verge of a strike and it was predict
ed by several of the men employed at the
Bird's Point depot, that no train would go
over the road to-day. Receiver Woodward
has been notified, over the signature of
"K. K. K.," that unless payment was
promptly made there would be serious
trouble, all along the line. The company's
local officials seem to have foreseen this snd
yesterday put all hands at work getting all
the merchandise loaded ready for transpor
tation during the night, leaving the cotton
and other imperishable truck to its fate,
whatever that might be. - Some of the men
have as much as seven hundred dollars
due them, others twr, three and four bun
dred. Eating-house keepers along the line
refuse to feed the men any longer without
cash U paid, and some of the men are act
sally In need of the necessaries, with the
company owing them several hundred dol
lsrs. If a strike occurs, It will probably
be more general than it wae.before snd
the managers will be driven to do what
they now think they cannot do, in order to
prevent the read from going to the degs
WARNING IN ADVANCE.
CESTUI OOROIALXD D4N0I BROU( BT TO
iTorr ill tib Bxrmiici or a will
If the man, women snd children of
America could see the dsnger that is lurk
ing around them each day and on every
side, the most courageous would lose heart,
appetite' and sleep. Air, even in the most
open localities, is loaded with poison. Water
is liable to contain animal matter that will
develop and grow after being taken into
the system. Food is almost certain to be
adulterated while accidents are always im
minent. It is perhaps a merciful provision
that few of these things sre seen and fewer
realized, but their danger is all the greater
tor this very reason. Most people who read
these lines are almost certainly on the
threshold of what may be a serious, possi
bly a fatal danger. The forces that go to
make life may be snapped instantly or by
gradual degrees. The greatest dangers are
often the most silent and least observed,
and no one can afford to neglect even their
These truths were strikingly illustrated
in the experience cf a gentleman well known
to most of the American public. Mr. W. J.
Ferguson, who in the play, "A Friendly
Trip," under the management of Mr. W.
W. Kolly, has been making such a pro
nounced success, is perhaps the best light
comedian on the stage. He is a gentleman
of slight build, possessing a grace of man
ner and modulation of voice specially at
tractive because of Its rarity. He has worksd
hard and conscientiously in the past, and
bis success is the result ot merit and laber.
But for a numbef of years, and indeed up
to a comparatively short-time, Mr. Fergu
son was most mysteriously afflicted, so
much so, that he refused cumerous tempt
ing offers to travel through the country as
far as California, and played only in New
York city and vicin'ty. Speaking to a rep
resentative of this paper upon the subject,
be said :
"I was conscious that something was
silently but surely working against aiy life.
At times I would feel shooting pains in
my extremities, and then again my musclss
and joints would fairly throb with agony
I was feverish, uneasy and lost my ambi
tion and interest in life. These troubles
grew until what were at first minor pains
and annoyances became actual burdens of
agony. It seemed es though I could feel
the disease growing and creeping to every
portion of my body, If I had been careful
In the beginning, I might, perhaps, have
overcome what afterwards became so seri
ous, but like everybody else, afflicted as I
was, I neglected the first indications. At
last I became so bad that I could not
leave the house and was confined
to my bed a good portion of
the time and ot course under the
immediate care of physicians. They. evi
dently did all they could for me, and in
fact did everything except relieve me."
"That, certainly, is no uncommon thing,"
said the reporter, "but it is cxident you
have been relieved, and I have some curios
ity to know how."
"Well, during the time of my sickness I
received very many calls trom friends, and,
among others, from one who was fully able
to sympathize with me aa he had been
through a similar experience to the one I
was then enduring. He described hts ease
minutely, and not only insisted upon my
trying the same remedy that cured him,
but actually went out and purchased some
of it and administered it with his own
hands. I did not notice any special effect
for several days, but I soon saw that it was
benefitting me, and within a fortnight I was
able to leave the bouse. I felt that exer
cise would be a good thing for me and so
took a walk each day and found my strength
increasing constantly, so much so that I
walked entirely across the Brooklyn bridge
on tho first day it was opened, being really
the first foot passenger that crossed that
structure, all of which I was enabled to do
by means of Warner's Safe Rheumatic
Care, which restored me to perfect health
and keeps me in excellent and proper con
"And was the 'friendly tip' your friend
gave you when yon were sick in the form
of Warner's Safe Rheumatic Cure what in
spired the name of the play yon are now
starry log in t" -
"No, I can hardly say it was, although
I rsalty know of no more 'friendly tip' that
I could give the public than to cordially
sdviss them in their sufferings to nse the
same remedy thst lifted me from the depths
of rheumatic agony."
It has been estimated from careful
statistics that there are no less thsn four
millions of people in America who are suf
fering at this season of the year from some
form ot rheumatic difficulty., Why they
will do when it can largely be avoided,
seems a vary great mystery.
Thought He Was in Chicago.
Backus the minstrel, had an enor
mous mouth. : One summer he and his
fellow minstrel. Birch, parted, Birch to
go fishing and Backus to go to Chicago.
When Blroh one day had fished for a
short time, there came a tremendous
yank at his hook. Using all his might
he polled to the surface a fish of surpri
sing proportions, and with the largest
mouth he had ever soen in any member
of the finny tribe. "Great gollowhop
pus, Backus," cried the burnt cork an
gler in amazement, dropping his tackle
and springing to his feet, "I thought
you were in Chicago!"
i Caarea Dotfleatian la relllastlllo.
Colmmsvillb, III., Jan. tS.-Tbe
handsome new building of tbe Flnt Pre
byterlan Cbureb was dedicated Sunday, a
number of clergya)tn assisting la tbe ser
vIms, wblob were listened to by a packed
congregation. Tbe building Is entirely
paid for, but tbe trustees Improved the
oooasloo to lay before tbe people some
needs that bad aot been provided for,
and a eolleotlon of about 81,000 was read
PuablaarJaeltr Wa r.
Washimutoh, Jan. U. Broadbead,
O'Nell and other, will call on the President
and recommend that Judge Wagner b ap
pointed to suocaed MoOraory to the United
Slate District Judtesblp. O'Nell bat re
ceived a petition signed by 26,000 eltisens
of Missouri urging liberal appropriations
for tbe Improvement of tbe Mississippi
river, lie expeots to present them to tbe
Batavia, N. T., Jan. 18. In the Eowell
trial Sophia L. Baloom of Marsballtown,
Iowa, aunt of the defendant, testified that
Howell's mother died at tbe ago of 2! or 80.
Sbe was a feeble womaa, d ejected, melan
choly, and Meltable. Two sisters of br
mother died Insane. The maternal grand
mother also died Insane, Edward Bowell,
the prisoner's father, -Soanrmed this testi
mony. Tho TreaMasotacBas: Qaaatloa.
Washington, January 28. Davis and
Clardy are preparing to bring up tbelr re
taliatory measures la regard to tbe preven
tion of the Importation of our bog products
abroad and to urge action by the commit
tee. Tbey say they propose to make a bard
fight fortbe measure, as will tbelr colleague
on the sub-committee, Gov. Long, of Mas
sachusetts, and bave strong hopes of suc
cess. ladlsjaaas eitlaeus.
Littijs R ok, Ark., Jan. 28. The Ga
zette's speolal savsi "The citizens of
Mineral Springs, Howard county, are In
dignant at the Supreme court decision
granting ao appeal in tbe esses of three
rioter sentenced to hang. Tbey bung
Justices Erkin and English In effigy Satur
day night on a sosfteld prepared for tb
execution ot the prisoners.
aanforel Walsh's Last fralle.
Atchison, Km., Jan. 28. Sanford
Walsh, a laborer, drew bis week's wages,
Saturday evening, bouabt a few groceries
and filled up wltb wbtsky. He then started
lor bis borne, and In crossing tbe track of
the Missouri Paulflo was run over by a
train near the Union Depot and cut In two.
Dropped Dooel t SSor Bon' Wedding.
Chicago, Jan. 28. Mrs. Anna Maber,
aged 60, dropped dead la her parlor last
.night urtai theelenyman was pronouncing
tbe words which would have made ber son
a husband. The pastor at the words, -I
declare you man ' ' . The ceremony was in
rnmllnro f'Mlory Earned.
Connbrsvillb, Ind., Jan. 28. Tbe six
story briok building of tbe Counersville
Furniture Company is burnd. Loss,
thirty thousand! Insured for sixty thous
and. One hundred and fifty men were
thrown out of employment.
Tbo BhorniM Boflolntloae.
Washington, Jan. 28. After the ad
journment of the Senate the Democratic
Senators went Into a caucus to decide on a
poilcy to be pursued in raference to the
Pool Frlvllearofl Awarded.
Cincinnati, Jan. 28. Pool privilege of
two meetings of the Latorla Jockey Club
has been awarded to Cathcart k Hughes of
Louisville for 126,260.
Troy, N. Y., Jan. 28. The Albany
Iron Works, of this city, resumed work
after a period of Idleness, giving employ
ment to 1600 men.
Trot. O., Jan. 28. Burglars cracked a
safe of Jerry Book, of Casstown, in this
county and seoured one thousand In gold
Jkffkrson Cm, Jan. 28. Gen. J. 8.
Marmaduk is In the cltv visiting friends.
He Is very much pleased with his political
outlook. .. -
A BUMlwajr'a SCaralag.
PaiooBLFHtA, Jan. 28. The net earn
ings of tbe Philadelphia and Erie Railroad
Company for 1883 was $1,488,019; Increase
JET. JOHM O. BACHE.
Ha ESror Bolag Bad la Baa Dowa aad
Paalab Us Aooatlaau. 1
New York, Jan. 28. Notwithstanding
the fact that Bev. J. O. Bach was assault
ed and garroted In tbe ealy evening on a
public street, much traveled and petroled
by police, the blackmailers and highway
men have not been captured, and deteotives
are making no effort to secure and punish
tbem. When th assault was first made
known the headquarters of tbe detectives
were not slow In expressing
aBdisbellet In the credibility of
Mr. Btche's statement, and starling de
velopments were promised toshow that the
real motive for the assault lay In an entirely
different dlreotlon than tbe possession of
letters compromising Rev. Stephen H.
Tyng, Jr., as Mr, Bache bad alleged. Mr.
Bacbe has placed the matter entirely in -tbe
bands of IrWy K. Tremaln, who Is the
counsel also also for Mr. Tyng, but no
efforts are being made to secure tbe arrest
anB punishment of the orlralnals, and it is
pretty generally understood that the friends
of Mr. Tyng mScb prefer to give the black
mailers full liberty rather than bave tbe
letter they claim to possess see tbe light. It
Is broadly Insinuated that thousands ot dol
lars would not be begrudged to quietly se
cure and destroy the tell-tale missives.
"I cam up with Superintendent Wall
ing, " said the Rev. John O. Baobe, as he
sat at dinner about o'clock Saturday eve
"Did you talk with htm In regard to
hunting down your assailants?" asked a
"No, we talked about Insurance. I am
agent tor tbe Equitable, you know. The
whole matter ba bees plaoed la the hands
of H. E. Tremaln, who Is Mr. Tyng's at
torney as well a mine. It was at bis sug
I BHFLOTBD A DBTICTtTI
firm for tweatyone i days. Qea. Trema'a
eems to desire to drop the matter and let
ltdleouton Mr. Tyng's aeoount, I sup
It ot. I wanted to offer a reward ot 600
or tbs return ef tbe stolen property and no
questions asked, but Iospestor Byrnes
thought it wmsM be heeler aot te do so.
Vo ess Is working ea the ease now that
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
STOVES, RANGES, FURNACES,
Tin, Copper and Asate Ironware.
Roofiiijr, Guttering and all kinds of work iu Tin, Copper
and Sheet Iron done to order. .
Nos. 25 & 27, 8th St., Cairo.
TKLJrPHONK NO. SO.
Paints, - Oils, - Varnishes,
Brushes, Glass, Window Shades, Artist's Material, &c.
-MAKE A SPECIALTY OP
Monldino-Q PiVinrft FraiTifts. I CAIR0 ILL-
166 ofi rne tneory isiam meiuieve. are
arrald to come out, aad dare not pawn my
Jewelry. I can Identify two of them for
tbey bave been In this room two or tbree
times and talked with me, but 1 bave nu
information of tbe movement or wherea
bouts ot these men. Mr. Tync wrote
THAT HB WOULD SKID CLirpINOS
from Paris papers In regard to tbe affair,
butl bave not yet received them, nor bave
I heard from bim slnoe he received a full
account of the attack. I expect to bear
from biro In a very few days. We are still
warm friends. Mr. Tyag is now mauager
at Pari of the American Values Company,
'which procures foreign capital for Ameri
can patents and Investments, oolleots In
terest and Is In fact a banking Institution-"
"Do you expect to arrest your porsocu
tors some timer"
"Heaven only knows. I am afraid I
shall be annoyed again unless some steps
are taken to bunt tbs rascals down."
"Have you any definite Idea what the
letters contain; what the blackmailers
claim to value so highly f"
"Only what tbey say. They only assert
that they are of a comprising nature, and
affect Rev. Dr. Tyng. '
"Has bis wife separated from bim?"
"Not at all. The last time I saw Mrs.
Tyiu I met her at a hotel in this city. 1
told her that tbe latest report wss that she
was quietly arranging for a divorce. 8 he
seemed to be borrordstrlcken, and es
chimed: How terrible I Who could bave
been cruel rnougb to circulate such an ab
surd story P' Mrs. Tyng is a charming
lady, of great refinement and Is very mucb
attached to her husband."
Mrnlptog Pasaoager Rates.
Kansas City, Mo., Jan, 28. In view of
certain scalping of passenger rates,
wbicb It Is charged Is being done
fry the Hannibal and St. . Joe
brokers, the other roads agreed
to annul the article In the Kansas City
agreement prohibiting the use of coupon
tickets for the purpose of a scalping rate to
Chicago and St. Louis. These rates will
be suAlpcd without penalty, awaiting the
C'iiIor'o meeting of Thursday.
Rri Fire to Hla Clolnlaar.
Ci.rvkland, January 28. Andrew Man
go, 4 years old, while poking shavings Into
a stove at tbe home of hie parents on Guthrie
et., set tire to bis clothing and expired after
tbe most horrible suffering of an hour. He
was the last of five children, tbe others dy
lii within a ahort lime ot diphtheria. Tbe
mother became a ravlug manlao when the
Utile one died. Tbe father was absent from
A Defaulter Arrested.
Amboy, III., Jan. 28. George Poln
deXler, an Insurance agent, bas been
arrested here, charged with having em-,
bezzled $2,000 from tbe Northwestern In
surance company of Milwaukee.
DEATH OF DR. WOOD.
A Teierun Joarnallss, Formerly Slaa
' aging Editor of tne Caraalcle.
It. Louis, Jan. 28. A dispatch from
New York contains the intelligence tbat
Dr. John B. Wood, a widely known news
paper man, fell from a atiing piece on the
West street bridge to tbe tee on North river
and died shortly after from the shock and
exposure. Dr. Wood, was not unknown
In St. Louis. He cuuie to this city a year
ago last fall, heralded a ."the great
American condenser, " to take ch ante of
ihe Evening Chronicle and teach Western
newspaper men something. He remained
at tbe bead of the paper - for (even
or eljht months, and before
hi work had a chance to exhibit
Itself he was called away to New York .
Dr. Wood was a man with peculiar habits
and Menu, peculiar at least to the West,
but all who met him during his brief so
lourn took to him kindly. He waa a hard
worker and a conscientious one, although
be h id but little opportunity to display
even the rare gift with which he was
credited, I. e., being the most able of men
In condensing news, reputation he made
for bimself on the New York Sun. In New
York he was tor many years president of
the Press club, and his body was taken to
thb club rooms, from which place it will be
burled Wednesday. Dr. Talinage will
i.fflclate a tbe funeral, the deceased having
been a warm friend and a great admirer of
Ihe pastor ot tbe Tabernacle.
It Brains a Wife aad Bonds Her Has
band la JalL
St. Louis, Jan. 27. While under the
Influence of liquor last nlgbt Mike Burke
returned to his borne 1207 North Seven
tnth street, and began to conduct him
telf like a madman. He demolished furni
ture and coutluued to break everything be
eould lay his bands on until his wife, who
had retired, quit her bed and protested
against bis oonduct. This infuriated: blm
to Intensely that be selaed a chair and dealt
the unfortunate woman suck a heavy blow
rver the forehead with It that she fell to tbe
Boor, as tbe blood spurted from an ugly
wound, in an Insensible condition. Had It
not been for tbe cries of tbe man's 0-yar
old son, which summoned a polloe offloer
to the' scene In time to prevent further vio
lence, bo probably would have killed hr.
The wonnd In her forehead was two and a
half inohesja Isngth; but fortunately tbe
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w all Papers.
blow laueu to uauvuta oar skuii. Burke
was arrested an hour afterward, and locked
up at tbe Third district polio station.
FRANK JOMEF PETERKf .
Sentenced la Hons on Friday Harca
AUBURtf, N. Y., Jan. 28. Vrank Josef
Pulsinky, convicted of tbe murder of
Pauline Fritzheim, bas been sentenced by
Judge Dwight of tbe Suprome court. Tbe
prisoner stood up and reoelved sentence
without any display ot emotion. He was
ontenced to bang Friday, March 21st.
Throughout tbe trying ordeal tbe prisoner
displayed a degree of hardihood, causing
comment and surprise to all present, as
be sat down he did so smiling at his oounsel.
Petemkv expects to got a new trial. Steps
are being taken to tbat end. Tbe death
watch was set upon tbe prisoner. His
young wife was not present.
. HOPE IN UTTER DESPAIR. ("
The Business Part of the Town Laid la
Ahe-"Lo; Cable" Uone.
Little Rock, Ark., Jan. 28. A Demo
crat speolal says tbe business quarter of the
town of Hope whs almost wbt'lly burned.
Tbe loss Is estimated at 1(60,000, on which
there was $25,000 insurance. The fire be '
gao In Ike Barg's drv goods bouse.
Fire at Conway, Saturday night, des
troyedtbeLog Cabin printing office; lots,
O.600; Insurance, $600.
Notleet In this column tbree linos or less SB cants
on Insertion or $1.00 per week.
W A MTTTTit We want men and women
TV Ail 1XJU I erywher., to sell onr Diamond
No prestos experience necenry. for partic
ular address WEAKLEY A BCKNETT.
1-15 Ira .237 Vine 8t., Cincinnati.
Patrick T. HcAlpine,
Made to order.
8th St., bet. Ohio Levee A Commercial Ave.
CAIRO. - - - ILIi
Repairing: neatly done at short notice).
W YORK STORE,
; WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor. Nineteenth (treat 1 PaiKA Til
Commercial Avenoe ' ' iillrU, Hi,
ART -:- CLASSES
The Woman's Club
and library Ass'n.
Class In Oil Painting, under Mrs. Q Fisher.
Claas In Wood-carving, Kepoue In Brass, Bleb -log
and Modeling, Mr V. Korsmcyer. Claas la
Freehand Drawing, Charcoal, Crayon and Paatal
Work, Mr. E. M. Hough.
Kor terms and arrangements apply to tp tractors,
or to tb Secretary of tbe Woman' Club and
136 &138 Oom'l Ave.
have received a fall and complete lino
- otnaw Full end Winter
i Cloaks, Dolmans, notions, Ete.
A heavy tock of Body Brasselt, Taper. 1
I tnas aad Ingrain t I
t? tb) Designs.
' A ran stock of Oil Cloths, all slses and price. . ,
Clp'iing& Gents' Fumish'g Goods
i A falTand complete tock I now being ; 'v'"
' j clOMd eat at great bargains. . . , , ;
' All Uooda at Bottom Prloeat
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