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THE DAILY OAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MOttfrttrtJ, FEBRUARY i. 1884
M. J. HOWLEY.
Real Estate Agent
and Notary Public,
Boom 10, Winter's Block,
represent th following ert-lae Trt I""rane
Companies, vis: The Seottteh Union tad Kiilonl,
Capital orer 21,000,000;
Assets, over $33,000,000.
be Colon, of Philadelphia, organised la 1804;
Assets, over $1,500,000.
The Lion nbcrlbd
Cll for biottr d calendar. Agent lor th
American Line of Staamehip. Ticket on 1 to
tod from all part of Europe.
Rotieee in tbiseoiumn, tgnt eenta per line for
ret end At eenu per line eth iOfteeqnent Inser
Hon. For one week, St) cent per Una. For one
month. 60 cDti per Una
All members of the Rough and Ready
fire company are requested to meet at the
company'! hall, atl :80 o'clock p. m.aharp,
to prepare to attend tbe funeral of their late
brother, Leo. Klebb.
By order of committee.
It Jacob Klse,
Members ot tbe Cairo Caasiuo society are
requested to meet at the hall on Eighth
street, at 1 :80 o'clock p. m. sharp.
By order of J. A. Goumtinb,
will buy a Rood meal cooked to order, at
Millinery Stock and Fixtures for Sale.
I will sell my entire stock of millinery
and the store fixtures at a sacrifice; tbe best
bargains ever offered. Tne stock is Dew
and well selected. Will sell all to
gether on terms to suit tbe purchaser, or
will retail goods at lower prices than ever
before sold. I must close out business on
account of ill health. Call if you want bar
gains. Mrs. C. McLean,
8th-st.,bet. Washington and Walnut.
will buy a good meal cooked
to order at
New Tork Store Company,
C. W. Henderson,
W. B. Pettis,
E. B. Pettit,
W. L. Bristol,
O. P. Ort & Co.,
Stratton & Bird,
for Chess Carley Company's famous
"Eire Proof Oil."
Saddle Rock Oysters at DeBaun 56 Ohio
Legal Blanks Kept For Sale
at Thk Bulletin office.
Special Warranty Deeds,
Real Estate Mortgage,
Executions, Summons, Venire,
Garnishee Blanks, &c.
will buy a good meal cooked to order at
De Baun's. tf
tf ncKien's Arnica Salve
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Bores, 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
Restaurant and Oyster House,
True to Her Trust.
Too much cannot be said of tin ever
faithful wife and mother, constantly watch
ing and caring for her dear ones, never neg
lecting a single duty in their behalf. When
they are assailed by disease, and the sys
tem should have a thorough cleansing, the
stomach and bowels regulated, blood puri
fied, and malarihl poison exterminated, she
must kuow that Electric Bitters are the only
ure remedy. They are the best and purest
medicine in the world and only cost fifty
cents, Sold by Barclay Bros. (4)
Cash Well Spent.
Honey expended in personal adornment
is often foolishly wasted upon articles of no
intrinsic value. A bottle of 80ZODONT,
however, u worth its weight in gold to any
u troubled with poor teeth, and its price
i cah wull speDt by the purchaser. Though
it will not make the teeth regular, they
who use it are Moniehed at the rapid im
provement it tff-cts b the dental row.
Moreover, they breath sweetneas, and have
healthy gums and ruddy Up.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
stleee in tne toinmna. lea emu per im.
aca taeartloa and waether marked or not. if c&lrn.
tsted to toward anr man's baaUiees Interest we
Local on third page.
The roof is now being put upon the
Bafford Memorial Library building.
Tbe Caasino society is ealled to meet
this afternoon, by notice in special locals
Ice, wood and kindling, at City Brew
ry, Jacob Klee. tf
Constable Martin is keeping the cross
safe in fin condition, with his chain gang,
Ons little error crept into the item
oocerning Judge Brest and bis work at
Galesburg some days ago : The lodge here
did not pay bis sxpensea. Directors are
required to pay their own hills when they
meet to transact business for the order.
The Goodrich Combination to-night,
to-morrow matinee and to-morrow night.
Members of the Rough and Ready fire
company ahould read notice in special
Mr. John Koehler is rapidly recovering
and is already on the look-out for a new
field of activity.
Several hundred old papers, exchanges,
for sale at The Bollktik office. tf
Yesterday afternoon Mrs. Smith, wife
Phillip Smith, died at the family residence
on Twenty third street.
Mr. W. P. Fulton was in the city, yes
day. on a riving visit. He is now located
in St. Louis with his family.
Wo are still ready to sell our entire
stock of clothing. Goldstine & Rosenwater
Mr. W. F. Lambdin has been appointed
passenger agent of the Iron Mountain and
Wabash railroads at this point.
The Lancaster & Rice company lost a
fine draught horse yesterday. Tbe animal
suddenly fell down while in harness, and
Miss Goodrich will bo remembered as
"Frou Frou" in the old theatre several
On the evening of the Hth of Feb
ruary the members of the Delta Fire Com
pany will give a grand "Uniform Ball" at
A masquerade ball ia to be given to
night at Mound City by a young men's club
there. A party of Caroites will be in at
Full Btock and complete sample book
of wedding invitations, etc., just received at
The Bulletin job office, No. 78 Ohio
Mr. W.W. Randall, agent for the Madi
son Square theatre company that is to pre
sent "Haiel Kirke" next Thursday, was in
the city yesterday.
The Hibernian ball Wedneaday night
was a ch araoteristic success. The company
is keeping up its reputation as one of the
popular amusement givers of tbe city.
Mrs. J. M. Lamsden and Miss Ella
Robbins were at Carbondale, yesterday,
taking leading parts in the musical eier
eiees at the opening of the new building tor
the Normal school.
Quails were numerous in parts of the
city yesterday find their plaintive notes
made pedestrians strain their necks in
search of them. It is now a violation of
law to kill them.
Father Kearney was in the city, yestsr
day, on business for Bt. Vincent's college.
Cape Girardeau. He reports the school
going along smoothly, with everything in a
Gas fitters about tbt city who have
worked much in the ground during tbe
last few days report that tbe frost penitra-
ted the ground to tbe depth of eighteen in
ches from the surface.
Commissioner Mulcahey and Dr. No-
watney were in town yesterday, also a dozen
or more denizens of the upper end of tbe
county, and they unite in the declaration
that the roads are all simply abominable.
One gent's gold watch 18 E. 56 pwt,
engraved all over. "Ver micella" style;
handsome. Lancaster movement; adjusted
to heat and cold. Stem wind and stem set.
It Fabnbaxbb & Co., Pawnbrokers.
In an interview at Washington recent
ly Chairman Oberly, of the state Demo
cratic central committee, is reported as
saying that the Illiaoia state convention
will be called to meet some time in March
Louis Adams, a negro living in the
"correll" up town, wu robbed of $75 Wed
nesday night by a "pal" named Charles
Allen, who entered Adams' house and
sneaked off with the "boodle." There wu
reason to believe that the burglar went up
into tbe wooda and Constables Sbeehan and
Hogan followed him yesterday.
Tbe frame superstructure of tbe great
Illinois Central elevator has shrunk eigh
teen inches since its erection, making tbe
building that much lower, from the top oi
the atone foundation up, than it was just
alter it bad been finished. The stone foun
dation has not settled at all. The super
structure is one hundred and forty-six feet
Aas't Superintendent Moore, of the
Wabash, St. Louts and Pacific road, was at
Tbe Halliday yesterday. lie says that
work on upper Commercial avenue will be
commenced by tbe company as soon as the
Mound City levee is finished Tbe latter
will now soon be done and by the time tbe
force may be ready to commence work here
the streets will probably be dry enough to
Little Johnny McCander was fooling
with a sewing machine in front of Mr. H.
A. Hsnnon's sewing machine office yester
day aftornoon, not knowing that the thing
was loaded. The machine went off, how
ever, and so did the ends ot three fingers
on his left hand. Dr. Psrker dressed the
Judge Robinson yesterday afternoon
united in marriage two colored folks from
East Cairo, named L. Cunningham and
Rosa Mathews, who will henceforth do their
I share toward wresting the commonwealth
of Kentucky from the grasp of the Dem
ocracy. Judge Robinaon prides himself
upon having all the Kentucky trade of this
nature, and ia quits willing to permit Magis
trato Comings to monopolise all be can
scrape up in Texas, Mound City, and other
The Sparta Republican has the hardi
hood to declare that "the liquor dealers of
the stats have clubbed together and paid tbe
man who was formerly clerk of tho Illinois
Houso of Representatives to declare that
the Harper high license law is not consti
tutional, because it was not read three times
in the House. The late clerk of the house
is not the supreme court, however, and bis
declaration doea not make the high license
law illegal. We fear that the saloon men
have apent their money for naught." "Tbe
late clerk of tbe house" was Mr. Jno. A
Reeve, of this city, who is now in Wash
ington seeking a position in tbe federa
senate. When he returns we shall endeavor
to get his side of tbe story.
The ico in the Mississippi broko Wed
nesday night about 9 o'clock, and has been
running out heavily ever since. The trans
fer steamer Morgan took tho Iron Mountain
train from here at 10:30 o'clock that night
and worked until 8 o'clock yesterday morn
ing to reach the foot of the incline, without
success, and had to bring the train back
here. The Duncan started over yesterday
morning for the Texas and St. Louis train
which had arrived at Bird's point on time,
and did not return until 9 o'clock; she
brought the passengers with her. The
break extends as far up as can be seen. A
break also occurred at St. Louis, and unUss
a gorge occurs between here and there tbe
river will be clear in a few days. There is
no probability of a gorge.
A telegram received yesterday forenoon
by Mr. O. Haytborn conveyed tbe sad news
of the death of Mr. Jesse Johnson, father
of Mrs. Hsythorn and Mr. L. J. Johnson of
this city, at Boon, Iowa, yesterday morning
ueceasea was eignty years old. He was
here on a visit six or eight months ago,
and was then in excellent health. He was
sick only a few days before his death. His
remains will be taken toTerre Haute, Ind.,
for interment Saturday, to-morrow. Mr. L.
J. Johnson left Thursday for Boon, to at
tend his father's bedside, but did not arrive
in time to see him alive; he will meet the
remains at Dixon, III., and aecomDanv
them to their last resting place. Mr. and
Mrs. Haythorn are detained here by sick
ness in the family.
The charity ball last night wu all that
could have been desired. It was managed
1 l M i a .
oy me social amusement uiuo in a manner
creditable to that organization. It wu at'
ienaea oy neany inree Hundred people as
nsar u could be calculated, and unlike at
charity balls in some other cities, they were
of the best society in tho city, all dressed
in their best. At one time nearly one hun
dred people were on the floor dan
ding, while tbe walls werelined with inter
ested spectators. Upward of two hundred
tickets were sold at $1 each, by young la
dies and gentlsmen who canvassed the city,
and besides this some were sold at tbe door.
The ball will prove as much a financial suc
cess u it wu a social succeu, and all honor
is due to the ladiea and young people who
inaugurated and managed it.
Constables Sheehan and Hogan came
up with the negro Chas. Allen at his broth
er's house, near Dr. Wood's farm, yisterday
about noon. The negro caught sight of
them at a distance, recognized them and
guessed what they were after. He armed
himself with two pistols and a shot gun,
met them in the front yard, and without
any preliminary palaver blazed away at
them and then struck out for freedom,
drawing bis two pistols as he ran and firing
ten shots at his pursuers in quick succession.
The officers also discharged their weapons
at the fugitive, returning u many shots as
be gave, but without tbe desired effect.
Costless and bare-beaded ho ran like wild
through tbe woods, and succeeded in elud
ing tbe officers who were on horseback and
could not follow fast in tbe woods. Tbe
officers returned to the house of Allen's
brother and there found his wife lying
upon the floor in a fit, foaming at the
mouth and being racked terribly in every
limb. They used every means to bring the
woman to her senses, and succeeded finally;
and then tbsy demanded the money of her
and were told it was hidden under the bed
where they found $73. which they returned
to Louis Adams from whom Allen had
stolen it. The cbue was a very exciting
one and fraught with much danger to the
officers who narrowly escaped being struck
by several of tbe bullets sent at them by tho
Oying desperado. Allen was heard from
after the chase, u being at Beach Grove
waiting for tbe next train north.
Died At 9 :15 o'clock Wednesday night,
Jan. 80th, at his residence on Sixth street,
Leo. Klebb, aged 49 years 9 months.
Funeral will take place this afternoon
at 2 o'clock. Remains will bo taken from
residence to Illinois Central passenger
depot, on Second street and Ohio leyee,
from whence a special train will convey
them to Villa Ridge for interment.
Friends of the family are invited to at
tend. I. O. O. F. FUNERAL NOTICE.
Members of Alexander Lodge No. 3M
I. O. O. F. aro hereby notified to meet at
the lodge room at 1 :80 o'clock this day for
the purpose of attending the funeral of our
late brother, Leo Klebb.
C. K. Slack, Sec'y.
"Uubbled by tho Wtra fjaioa."
Cuicado, Jan. 81. Under the oaptlon
'Gobbled by tbe Weitern Union" the
Herald this rooming says, upea authority
of Robert Stewart, that the consolidation
of tbe Western Union and B. A O. Tele
graphic Companies Is an established fact.
In an Interview Mr. Stewart says that his
resignation as General Superintendent of
tho B. A O. waa due trthat fact.
Rapid BUIng el tbe Ohio.
Cincinnati, Jan. 11. Reports from
above on tbe Ohio alver say that the river
and Its tributaries are rising fast. Heavy
rains prevailed Wednesday night In tbe Big
Bandy Valley. Timber men will lose
heavily. Unless voider weather sola in at
once big water may be looked fer, accom
panied wltb heavy damage throughout tbe
Betrayed by Opera Tickets.
Chicago, III., Jan. II. D. O. Town,
stamper and distributor lnthe postofflce.
has been arrested for stealing letters from
tbe mails. The discovery was made through
his having given two stolen opera tickets
to inmates of houses of ill-fauTe. Detec
tives went to occupants ot the seats, and
compelled them to tell where they cot the
(arpeater Wants tslalh.
Lincoln, III., Jan. 81. O. A. Carpen
ter, Indicted for tbe murder of Zora
Burns, appeals to his counsel, Beach, to
allow him to go on the stand and tell all he
knows, so that bis silence may not be taken
as Indicative ot bis guilt. Beach replied
wltb a refusal, this morning, saying be will
withdraw from the case If the request is
Kitten Vttil Site for Divorce.
Alton, III., Jan. 81. Nothing further
has been beard from Mrs. Matbilda Kitten,
who ran away with her husband's hired
man. She contracted several little bills in
t bis city lust before starting. Tbeso bave
all been paid by ber husband. He says that
if be does not find her 1n a few days be will
beglc proceedings for divorce.
Tho Break Up at Cairo,
Cairo, III., Jan. 31. The Mississippi
river iroko up last night. Ioe 1 running
so heavy tbat tbe transportation cannot ge;
to tbe inclines of tbe Mis sourl sbore. The
Obio roue a foot in consequence,
showing tbe break to extend far up tbe
Blue t at Robbery Cass.
Kansas City, Mo., Jan. 81, Frank
Jm 's' attorneys bave applied for a. change
of venue In tbe Blue Cut trato robbery cae.
A decUioo is expected on the Uth ot Feb
ruary. ferry Boat Lost.
Cincinnati, u., Jan. 81. The Ferry
Bout, W. C. H.te, wu wrecked at Louis
ville dam this morning. Loss about $15,
CjOO. No one injured.
The Eminent Clergyman Talks About
Boman Catholio Ohurob Matters.
Nkw York, Jan. 81. Bishop Byan, of
St. Louts, arrived on the City of Berlin
Monday, and Is now stopping at tbe Ever
ett House. This distinguished prelate
took part In tbe recent council of Ameri
can ecclesiastics In Rime, and has been
created Arobblsbop ot the province of St.
Louis (coadjutor to the aged Archbishop
Kendrick.) Bishop Ryan will cot assume
tbe new .title until he receives the
formal letter of appointment from tbe
Vatican. To a reporter who crowed tbe At
lantic with him, the bishop said that be bad
fears lest a dispatch relating to one of bis
sermons, welch was sect to Amerloa from
Dublin en tbe 0tb Inst., might mislead
some peepie In tbe United States. He
stated positively tbat not one word of Irish
or Irish-American politics wu spoken t
tbe Roman meeting of tbe American pi-elates.
What tbe bishop said In his PuUIln
lermon bad referenoe to past epochs in Irish
history, and to possible future repetitions
of tbem, but not to present pqlltloal diffi
culties, lie said that although tbe Irish
people bad been snbjected to severe shocks
aud trials In tbe past, they had remained
true to the church, and there was net tbe
slightest doubt but tbat tbelr devotion to
would sdbvivi ivbry shock
which the future had in store for them.
Tbe strongest proof of this waa their loyal
ty at present. This utterance bad no sig
nificance ot a new attitude taken by tbe
Roman Catholio Church since the Roman
Council. The Bishop states he feuad tbe
clergy and people united, and witnessed
evidences of devotion to tbe cburgh worthy
of tbe days of primitive Christianity. At
Tburles he addressed L100 men who
meet weekly for religious exercises
and the advancement of temperance. He
bellev:t tbat with union and prudence and
by remembering and acting out d'Conoell's
motto, "That tbe man who commits a
crime gives strength to tbe enemy." tbe
people of Ireland will soon gain such home
legislation as our separate -states enjoy.
Tbe bishop was escorted on board tbe
steamer at Oueenstown by Archbishop
Croke, of Cassoi, Bishop McCarthy, of
C'loyne, and several of the Cork and
Queeostewn clergy. On Sunday last he
pitjaohrd for an hour In tbe steerase of the
City of Berlin, and his audience Include!
every cabin passenger. Bishop Bran was
tbe recipient of many vlsltt from bis hosts
to a reporter he said
that the council dealt altogether with mat
ters of discipline Inside of tbe cburoh.
Nothing was final, and the Bishops who
meet at Baltimore to sot upon the sug
gestions of tbe council have tbe fullest
possible freedom to accept or reject any of
tbe new Instructions.
'Itistcue tbat tbe question of with
drawing Roman Catholio children from our
public schools and of askiug for State aid to
support sectarian schools was considered
favorably?" asked tbe reporter.
'The question was not brought up at
II. Of course the prelates were all In fa
vor, as the church has always been, of
duoatlng our own children at our own
schools, and thre was some consideration
given to tbe question of bow to strengthen
tne euuuaiiunw eyiiero. me wnoie matter,
together with all the more detailed parte of
pburob government In this country, was
left to the council of American Bishops."
'Wat there any prominence given to any
particular subjeotf' "
ne. AmerloaTU a missionary eountry
yet, and tbe cburoh and Its surround-
Incs are naturally subject to greater and
more rapid changes than those In older
eountrlps. These changes
CALL FOR CORKS8 VON PINO CHANOIS
In the methods if ohurob government frojn
time to time, and it was to consider the
needs of the ohurob resulting from the
greet progress Umeria In reeent years
mat tee aaueow essemeiea. i cannot give
veil the aStarii Of out work, becauaa ta do
so before tSi bUboW meet would be obvi
ously dlseoumrfu Kmnaisorert. '
.1 in, Copper and
Outteniig and all kinds of work in Tin, Copper
and sheet Iron done to order.
Nos. 25 & 27,
TKLKPHONK no. so.
Paints, - Oils, - Tarnishes,
Brushes, Glass, Window Shades, Artist's Material, 4c.
MAKE A SPECIALTY OP -
Mouldings, Picture Frames,
Engravings and "Wall
DOWN TO DEATH.
A Railway Train Flanges Through
Too Person Supposed ta be OrswsMel
Other Items ot News.
Indianapolis. Ind., Jan. 81. The
Monon passenger train due here at 10:80
o'clock met to-day with a terrible accident
at tbe bridge aorots tbe White river, seven
miles from this city, High water under
mined the abutments, and tbe locomotive
a nd two cars dropped Into tbe river. Tbe
engineer, fireman and the other tralnsmen
are reported drowned and six passengers
missing. A wrecking train, surgeons and
otbor assistance was sent from this city.
The missing and supposed killed In tbe
accldnt are: Qeorge Lowry, a brakemao,
of Buma Vista; J. E. Rlokelts, baggagt-
man, Louisville; John Brewer, engineer.
Lafayette; 8mltb, express messengers,
Indianapolis; Bridge Foreman John Bray,
and a passenger named Westflald. Seven
paaaengers are said to be wounded.
As AMsaala Identified.
Cakthags, Mo., Jan. 81. -Willis Hall,
the man under arrest for killing old man
Cherry, was Identified at his preliminary
examination yesterday by tbe children ot
Cherry, a boy and girl, who were
working in the field wltb tbe old
man wten be was shot. Hall wu dls
Kutsxd, hut tbe children olalm they recog,
nlzed blra when he started to run,
Others say they saw Hall, rifle In
band, shortly before tbe shooting,
bis excuse for leaving them be In
tbat be was going hunting. Tbe prelim
inary examination before Justice Qiveler,
of Union township, Is being conducted by
the prosecuting attorney. A. L. Tbomas
is there to defend the prisoner.
Wild Totlsf st rrsHkfort.
Washi.notok, Jan. 31. Dispatches re?
celved here from Frankfort denote a gen
oral breakmir up in tbe Senatorial light.
Everybody Is demoralized and there is a
greut state of uncertainty as to tbe result.
O.i Efentucklan received a telegram say
lngl "The combination bas broken up.
and everything bas gone to dash. Every
body It voting wild. Nobody oao toll tbe
result." Another telegram received shows
tbat tbe 13 auk burn men fear Williams more
tban any other, and say be Is very near to
election. The general Iroprenilon, how
ever, seems to be tbat either Carlisle or
Caldwt.-ll, of Louisville, will gather tbe de
moralized forces together and marshal tbem
for t .elr owu benefit.
Gen, Hancock Nsy Us Was Dumb.
Niiw Yoke, Jan. 81. -Gen. Hanoopk
denies In tbe Times the uutb of an Inter
view with hint published In a St. Louis
i venlflg paper upon tbe Presidency, Speak
ersbip of Congress and the tariff question,
In tbe Times he declares: "I never said a
thing on any ot those topics, and yet I am
made to deliver all maimer of opinions. It
was the worst case of fabrication tbat I
ever saw, a sort of manufacture of Ideas.
To make tbe matter worse the Interview
has been telegraphed all over tbe country.
I have not taiked on any political topic
since I started on the tr.p. In fact, Ire
fused to make auy reference to politics lu
any form, and you see tbe result. ' '
Tbe St. Loal Polmsaterblp.
Washington, Jan. 81. Kotwitbstand
Ing tbe repeated telegrams sent out from
this olty of the certainty of the appoint
ment, first of one and then of another of the
many applicants for tbe St. Louts post?
msstershlp, and tiie oft -repealed assertion
that ''Filley stands no show whatever,"
It Is a fact that tbe enemies of tbe man who
Is quietly staying at home attending
to bis own busiues and working for tbe
unity of tbe party, are so utterly demoral
ised tbat tbey have Induced tbe with
drawal of all former aspirants In tbe hopes
of uniting upon "anybody to beat" Filley.
One of Murray' Defeader.
Pknver, Col., Jan. 31. Tbe Tribune
this morning ooutalued a long defense to
the charges accusing Oov. Murray of Ir
regularities while Un ted States Marshal of
Kentucky. This defense Is from tbe pen of
Kd.ltor O. H. Rotbakes, who first made tbe
expose of such alleged Irregularities while
editor of tbe Sunday Argus, In 1876. It Is
the samo story that wax sent out several
days age, and Is eontradicted by documen
tary eyldenee In possession of8prlnger's
A Use Irlibnan.
Cincinnati. Jan. 81. Early this morn
ing Patrick Hurtle tt, aged 30, killed bis
wife In a most brutal manner, literally cut
ting her to pieces with an ax and afterward
hacking the dismembered body wltb a
razor. ' Tbe patrol was summoned to the
residence. Tbe murderer resisted the of
ficers, who were only able to make him a
prisoner by main force. As it was he seri
ously wounded himself and was taken to
the hospital, where be now lies lo a dan
Bsmum Loses sis Attraction.
Chicago, Jan. 81.-Mabun, tbe big
'i2?J BnulMan woman with her nose or-
8th St., Cairo.
CLARE & LOVETT,
Telephone No 101
namented, ana Aexo, tne Di-umu tl,r,ian,
both on exhibition in tbe museum ber for
several weeks past, bave died wiibln the
last 34 hours of consumption. Another ot
the Brazilian women Isdylng of chlM-birth.
A third died In Pittsburg a few wAs ago.
Tbe partlei were under contract to Bsmum
for next season. This fatality ruins Rib
hero, their Brazilian manager.
Bis Fire n Peoria.
Pxoria, 111., Jan. 81. A Two hundred
thousand dollar fire started at 4 o'clock lo
King k Jacks block on Adams street, which
waa burnt to tbe ground. The prlaolpal
losers are: King Jacks, building, $20,
000; H. B. Woodward, wholesale notions;
Svbnebly 4 Rawo.lffe, hardware, $10,000;
A.M. Weaver, furniture: Koch A Bros.,
notions and toys and Peoria Bicycle club.
Nothing known of Insurance.
tried ts Best HI Wile to DestU.
Joplin, Mo.. Jan. 81. At Cartbage
yesterday, Frank Mitchell, a day laborer,
went home, locked tbe door, aimed him
self and made a deadly amault en bis wife.
After beating and bruising her consider
bly she made her escape by Jumplug through
awladow. Mitchell fled, but returning
home at about dark was arretted by
neighbors snd turned over to the authori
ties ' i
Stktjbikvihe, O., Jan. 81. The
Jefferion Iron works shut dewo to;day.
The stopping throws a large number ofcekje
drawer, raluen and furnace men t ol
' atployaunt. ,
Notice In this column three lines or lees as cost
one insertion or $1.00 per week.
WANTFFl? Wewmt men snd women
X ; errwher. to sell oor Diamonds
No pre'loui experleLC necemnrr. Cur partic
ular aiidreee WKAKLKY A fiUKNETT.
1-13 lm 237 Vine St., Cincinnati.
Patrick T, McAlpiner
Made to Order.
Stb St., bet. Ohio Levee A Commercial Ave.
OA1UO. - - - 1L.L
Repairing neatly doue at short notice.
NEW YORK STOliE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Uor. Nineteenth street I
commercial Avenue I
ART -:- CLASSES
The Woman's Club
and Library Ass'n.
Claes In Oil Palntlns. nnder Mrs. O Fieker.
Clai In Wood-carving, RopoHgne in Braes, Etch
ing and Modeling, Mr K. Korsrnerer. Clase la
rreenana urawin?, cnarcoai, crayon ana raii
Work, Mr. K M. Uuiwh.
for term" and arrangements apply to Instructor.
or to ibe Secretary of
woman b ciao ana
136 & 138 Oom'l Ave.
have received a rnll and complete line
Ol new Fill and Winter
DRY GOODS, DRESS GOODS,
Cloaks, Dolmans, Notions, Etc.
A he ivy stock of Body Brussels, Taper
tries and Ingrain
A full stock of Oil Cloths, all slaes and prices.
a mil ana complete stock Is now being
closed oat at great bargains. '
AU Cfooda) at Bottom Prlosal
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