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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 8, 1884
The Daily Bulletin.
SPECIAL NOTICES. '
Botieealetttiseoiumn.signt enu psr llns for
Irsland ve cents per lis ee sobeegasnt laser
llo. For on week, 80 onu per Use. For on
month. M cents per Un
8 S Cents
will buy e good meal cooked to order, at
DeBaun 's. . "
Millinery Stock and Fixtures for Bale
I will tell my entire stock of millinery
end the store fixtures at a sacrifice; the beat
bargains ever offered. Tne stock i new
and well selected. Will sell all kto
gather on terms to suit the purchaser, or
will retail goods at lower prices mu ec
before sold. I must close our uusioess uu
account of ill health. Call if you want bar
Mks. C. McLean,
8th St., bet. Washington and Walnut.
will buv a good meal cooked to order at
New York Store Company,
C. W. Hendereou,
W. B Pettis,
E. B. Pettit,
W. L. Bris-ol,
G. F. Ort & Co.,
StMtton & Bird,
for CbosB Crlfy C ropiny's furious .
"Fire Proof Oil."
lUJdle Rock Oysters at DeBun 56 Ohio
Lejjal Blanks Kept "or Sale
at The Bclletis office.
Special Warranty Deeds,
Real Eitate Mortgage,
Executions, Summons, Venire,
Garnishee Blanks, &c.
will buy a good meal cooked to order at
buemen's Arnica salve
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, 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 aatiaf action, or money refunded . Price
25 cents per box. For sale by Barclay
Restaurant and Oyster House, 50 Ohio
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
MeUees la UM coiamna. ten eont per line,
uses tnsartion and whether marked or not, if calcu
lated to toward any man's business Interest are
at ways pelt for.
Council meets Tuesday night.
Ice, woed and kindling, at City Brew
ry, Jacob Elee. tt
Mr. Geo. W. R. Corliss is at hone
again after a lengthy trip south.
There will be interesting services in
nearly all the churches in the city te-dsy.
Several hundred old papers, exchanges,
for sale at The Bulletin office. - tf
Mr. F. W. Paramore, the son of J. W.
Paramore, waa at The Halliday yesterday.
The Wabash brought down a train
load of gravel yesterday, for use on Com
Have you seen the new "Billiard cloth!"
It is a handsome, all-wool dress goods, 45
indies wide. Stcart has it, at 75c a yard.
Barton is also in Washington, looking
for federal pap for himself or some friend
to whom he is, or expects to be, in dsbt.
We are still ready to sell our entire
stock of clothing. Gjldstine & Rosea water
The ladies of the Presbyterian church
are making arrangements fer a grand din
ner and supper to be given on the 14th, St.
Valentine's day. Something novel and at
tractive in the way of entertainments may
Come and see our embroideries to-morrow.
We have an elegant line, and will do
our best to please you. Stuart.
According tu reliable reports the rasp
berry and blackberry ennes are nearly all
kill-d, and berry eaters will have t content
'hmel with sr.Wries alone next
sil-n-ner Strawbi-rrirs will be hiaher than
w 'tr , fvm th 'U li there ii a prospect of a
i tf r crop than formerly.
Full Ktock and complete sample bok
of budding invitation, etc., just received at
Bulletin job office, No. 78 Ohio
The old freight depot of the Wabash
road, on lower Commercial avenue, is be
ing transformed into aa ice house in which
the company win store the ice it msy need
on the road and in the offices here during
,ummer Several carloads of
"packing" ror the Ice , brought down
Several hundred pieces of new Ilsm
burg embroideries will be on sale at rkn.
ATs, Monday morning, at lower prices
than ever before shown in Cairo.
Capt. W. P. Halliday and Mr. H. H
Candee left yesterday afternoon as delegates
from Cairo to the Mississippi river convea
tiod, to be held at Washington, beginning
with Tuesday. They were accompanied by
Mrs. W. P. Halliday and Mrs. A.. B. Safford
They went from here to Chicago in the ele
gant private car of Mr. Marvin Hughett
general manager and first vice presidsnt, of
the Chicago and Northwestern system of
railways, who, in company with his daugh
er, arrived in the city yesterday on i
plessure trip. The Cairo party will go to
Chicago in Mr. Hughett's car, from whence
they will go direct to Washington.
Members of the K. M.K.C.: Ire
spectfully request a full attendance at meet
ing this afternoon at S o'clock.
It Claude Wimtkr, G. G. M.
The members of the Merchant's Pro
tective association are requested to meet at
the hall to-morrow night. 3usinesa of im
portance will be breugut before the meet
tne An d a full attendance is degirod. The
association is a very important one to mer
chants and all others and the interest in its
meetings and business should not be per
mitted to flag.
We have a new numbering machine,
numbers 1 to 100,000. Merchants and
others who want checks, orders or tickets
numbered, can be accommodated at The
Bulletin office at low rates. tf
At the next regular monthly meeting
of the Woman's club and Library associa
tion, which occurs at the library rooms
next Wednesday afternoon at 3 o clock,
Mrs. L. J. Rittenhouse will read a paper
entitled "The High Grade." There will
also be other interesting exercises. There
should be a full attendance and the ab ve
announcement will probably itisure it.
-According to the "ground hog" sign,
we are to Imvesix weeks' more bad weather.
And in the meantime the ladies cm d up
their spring sewing, and they cun find at
Stuart's, on 8th-sireet, the fullest line of
muslins, embroideries, white goods, etc., in
The Wickliffe Plaindealer is in mourn
ing because of the death of Wm. Ransom,
oaeot the stockholders and former editor of
the paper, which occurred on the 30th ult.
Besides this there are six other notices of
deaths in the paper, four of which occurred
on the 24th and the other two on the 20th
and 27th respectively and all in or near
Wickliffe. The proprietor of the New
Halliday there died on the 27th. His
name was Samuel Tecre.
The river was clear ot ice at St. Louis
yesterday morning, and Capt. Shields was
notified that crews would be sent down
yesterday for the Anchor Line steamers
Baton Rouge and City of Vicksburg, which
are to start from here tor St. Louis to-day
or to morrow. No damage was done by
the ice to the Anchor Line fleet at St. Louis.
It is thought that the river will be nearly
clear of ice between here and St. Louis by
to-morrow, and will remain so until breaks
occur further up.
A white man named Charles Court
was arrested by Constable Martin yester
day, upon the charge of stealing clothing
belonging to a fellow lodger in a down town
boarding house. Several shirts found in
the prisoner's possession were identified
by ,the victim as belonging to himself, but
the prisoner stated that they must have
been placed in his vnlise by a partner of
his, and he said it in such an innocent
manner that Magistrate Comings discharg
The negro Charles Allen, who led Con
stables Sheeuan and Ilogan such a lively
race Thursday, has been heard from again.
When he fled he carried with him the shot
gun with which he had received the offi
cers and which belonged to his brother,
Henderson Allen, at whose house he was.
He returned to the house, left the gun, took
his clothes and "lit out" again for parts as
yet unknown. Allen is known in nearly
all the principal river citie below here as a
desperate character. He had been making
his headquarters here for some months
previous to this little "scrape," but had
kept himself straight so far hb is positively
known. It is believed, however, that he
was at the bottom of several little raids
upon goods in Illinois Central cars in the
Both the senate and house of represen
tees at Washington have passed a bill ap
propriating $3,150,000 for rebate tax on
manufactured tobacco. Through the kind
cess of Deputy Collector Eubanks and his
accommodating clerks, we are enabled to
give the following data concerning claims
on account of the rebate in this revenue dis
trict and in this city: The district com
prises thirty-four c mmies. Tho total num
ber of claims filed at the i llicu here was
410. amounting to l 1.890.57. The total
u liber frnin Cairo alone w is 25, atnount-
ng to f 2,7.53.72. The largest claim in this
city is fy0 ).07 ; the smalM, $10.04. The
distribu ion of this m niey anion" the busi
ness men at this time will prove very satis
factory to those of tiietn who have for some
time been suffering from unusual dullness
In trade. The money will nrobablo l
ready for distribution in a few days.
A $20 BIBLICAL THIZE.
ine publishers of Rutledge's Monthly
oner twelve valuable rewards in thuir
Monthly for February, among which is the
We will give $20 to the person tellinr m
which is the longest verse in the Old Testa
ment Scriptures by February 10th, 1884.
onouia two or more correct answers be re
ceived, the reward will be divided. The
money will be forwarded to the winner
reoruary loth, 188- Prions trying for
must eD,i 20 cents in silver (no
aiampi taken; with their answer.
lOr WHICH thev Will run,.! !,. Marxl,
Monthly, in which the name and address
or the winner of the reward and the correct
answer will be published, and in which
several more valuable rewards will be
offered. Address Rutledge Publishing
Company, Easton, Peuna.
permanent organization by the LADIES
OF CAIRO AT TEMPERANCE
The ladies of Caire held a meeting Satur
day afternoon in Temperance Hall, for the
purpose of organizing s eharitablo associa
tion. The meeting was called to order by Mrs.
Wood Rittenbouse. Mrs. Henry Wells wus
elected temporary president and Mrs. E. C.
Mrs. Wells stated the objec of the meet
ing, and proposed that they proceed imme
diately to elect officers for the year.
The following ladies were nomipat.d
and elected: President, Mrs. F.Korsmeyer;
1st Vice-president, Mrs. Wm. C. Mulkey;
2d Vice-president, Mrs. Dr. Smith; 3d
Vice-president, Mrs. A. Marx; Treasurer
Mr. Meoager; Secretary, Mrs. Dougherty.
The following named ladies were elected
visiting and distributing committees in the
First ward Mrs. A. B. Safford and Mrs.
Second ward Mrs. Rittenhouse and Mrs.
Third ward Mrs. Dr. Smith and Mrs.
Fourth ward Mrs. Martin and Mrs.
Fifth ward Mrs. Wells and Mrs. Easter-
A vote of thanks was tendered to the S.
A. club for music, and for kindly giving up
the hall, after ail arrangements had ber-n
made for a party of their own. Also to Mr.
Eugene Ellis, Capt. Jas. F. Miller and the
publishers of tho papers, for printing given
free of charge.
Mrs. Rittenhouse read an accurate report
of the receipts and expenses of the enter
tainment on Thursday night. After all ex
penses are paid there will remain two hun
dred and two or three dollars, which will
be judiciously expended for the deserving
poor of this city.
After the business of the association bad
been disposed of, Mrs. H. H Candee gave a
little talk on the ways and means ot con
ducting such societies in other cities. The
meeting then adjouined until Saturday,
Feb. 9:b, when a name, constitution and
by-laws will bo adopted.
Mrs. E. C. Ford, Sec'y pro tern.
COrLDOCK IMMORTALIZED IN COP
Mr. C. W. Couldock, the veteran actor,
who has played Dunstan Kirke in Hazel
Kirke over 1,900 times, recently received
the following letters:
New Yore, January 10th, 1884.
Mr. D. Frohman:
Dear Sir We send you by bearer an
antique head.in copper of Dunstan Kirke,
which, from' its appearance, must have
been made about the same period ot
Hazel Kirke's" first appearance. We have
enjoyed Mr. Couldock's . Dunstsn so much
and often that we ieel under obligations to
him. Will you pressot this to him with
Hoping that "Hazel Kirke will last as
long aa this bead will, and that Mr. Coul
dock may plav Dunstan as long as the play
lasts. We are, yours respectluliy,
Van Caupen & Johnson.
Madison Square Theate,
New York, January 10th, 1884.
My Dear Mr. Couldock The enclosed
speaks for itself. I have the copper tile
nicely framed here in the office. I will
keep it here until you return, or send it
where you like. Yours truly,
Manager Madison Square Theatre.
Mr. Couldock prizes this copper tile
more than anything he has yet received.
This company, including the famous
Couldock, will appear at the Opera House
Feb. 7, one niaht only.
RESULT OF THE CHARITY BALL.
Mrs. L. J. Rittenhouse furnishes The
Bclletie with the following interesting
facts ahout the Charity bill given at Hart
man's ball Thursday night:
Tickets sold in 1st ward $ 63 00
" " 3d ward 72 00
" " 3d ward 19 00
" " 4th & 5th wards.. 26 00
" " at door of hall.... 16 00
Cash donated for refreshments. .. . 24 CO
Miscellaneous donations 8 75
Provisions sold sfter ball 9 35
Making a total of $333 70
Hartman's Hall., $25 OO
Janitor 1 00
Dish washing and drayage.. 1 2527 25
Net proceeds 206 45
There is, however, a small amount yet
due for programmes. I have not been able
to learn how much; probably not to exceed
a dollar or two.
Great quantities of refreshments are left
over, and are being distributed among the
dt'servitiL' poor as rapid Iv as possible. Al
ready many families have received substan
tial assistance, and others will be attended
to to-day, even though it is Sunday.
BAKER 5i FARUON.
During the entertainment to be given to
morrow evening the following songs will
be introduced by these inimitable come
dians: "Sweet Little Lizzie," "Bobolink," P. F.
Baker, "German Huntsmin,n in character,
composed and sun? by P. F. Baker. "Ger
man Fish Girl," in character, T. J. Farron.
"Coo-Coo Duet," sung ooly by Baker and
Farron. "Tim Flaherty," an original Irish
song by T. J. Farron. The Muldoon
Guards, "I am Waiting," T. J. Farron.
"Operatic Medley," "Happy and Free,"
r inai uuorus, sung by Baker, Farron and
Remember the data and procure tickets
An Able-Bodies! tlltela.
New Yori, Feb. 3. Tb negro Rugg,
niw in Jail at Long Island City (er the as
vault ou Mr. Selah Sprague, and whioh he
confessed, has also eoattasod that he was
the principal actor In the murder ot the
Mavb'o family and the assailant ot'tbe
Towusend family. He admit having been
the assailant of Miss Rosenthal In Glenoov
some three wieks age. Miss Rosenthal
went to inn tall and fully Identified the
prisoner, lie also contents to having
committed (our burglaries at the out end
of Low,- Is and within the last year.
I he Lail of VlllareVs Trial.
New Yoke, Feb. 2. When Mr. Henry
Yillard conveyed the two dwellings adjol n
In? bis premises at Madison avinu and
Fiftieth street to his legal adviser be neg
lected to include In the transfer a certain
Interest In or right of way over the court
yard which lies directly In front ot the
dwllings, and In order to rectify this mis
tako Mr. Vlllard and his wife, with Mr.
Emllcott, Jr., to whom Mr. Vlllard re
cently mule an assignment, as trustee,
recorded an instrument of oorrectlon.
Ijln of Lock-jaw.
Coi.iMBiA, Mo., Feb. U.-D. A. Jacobs,
a farmer, living six miles east of Columbia,
is reported dying of lock-Jaw, the result of
a fearful crushing of tbe fore-arm tbat he
received about a week ago, a heavy log
falling upon It while he was assist
iii; In loading a log truck. Mr. Jacobs is
a son of tbe late Qeorge R. Jacobs, of this
county, und Mrs. Louisa Jaoobs, bow of
St. Louis. His death Is momentarily ex
pected. To be Forfeited.
Washington, Feb. 2. The House
Committee on public land by unanimous
voto agreed to report a bill declaring for
feited the lands which bad been granted to
tbe Oregon, California and Oregon rail
roads. Except rive million acres, which
was patented. The two grants embrace
about hve million auras, estimated to be
worth $J50 to H per acre. The term of
tbe respective grants expires July 1 ,1880.
The Alliance Horror.
Alliance, O., Feb. 2. The workmen
are lusy clearing tbe street of the debris ot
the explosion, and saving property from
the wreeke l buildings. The, tire has been
extinguished. No more bodies have been
found. Nobody la now missing. Tbe re
mains of those orusbed and oremated have
been encofflned an l conveyed to tbeir for
mer homes to await Interment.
Failed mt Paris, Ark.
Ft. Jmitu, Ark., Feb. 2. J. T. Perry
nun A Co., dealers In general merchandise
at Paris, Ark., failed. Liabilities 128,
000. Tbelr assets consist of 8,000 on the
worth of goods and a large number of out
standing accounts. The failure was
caused by speculating In cotton. Several
St. Louis creditors attached tbelr stock la
tbe United States court here .
Ht. Louis Custom lions.
Washington, Feb. 2. Representative
O'Nel.l received a letter from the Super
vising Are.blteol of the Treasury. The lat
ter iay be proposes to make a speolal ef
fort to have Congress at onoe appropriate
the tX),0o0 necessary to ooiflnus tbe work
on the St. Louis Custom House. O'Neill
says tbe other members of the delegation
will urge tbe matter rigorously.
For False Pretenses.
Chicago, Fab. 2. W. H. Williamson,
formerly an extensive merchant ot Brant
fort, Out., bas been arrested and held for
examination on a charge of obtaining ex
tensive credit in England and tbe Dominion
on false pretenses. He bad been pursued
by two creditors tbrougb bait a doaen
States. He elaims be aoted ' in good
ew York Bank Statement.
New York, Feb. 2. The weekly bank
stateiiierjt Is as follows: . Loans, Inorease,
i4,8.":OX); specie, increase, $1,010,000;
leual tenders, increase, $73,000; deposits,
Increase, $5,177,200; circulation, decrease,
tii,300; reserve, decrease, $180,400. The
bank now holds $19,298,875 in excess of
Female Steamboat Blaster.
Washington, Feb. 2. Seoretary Fol
ger has referred the application of Mrs.
Mary A. Miller for a lioense as master ot a
steamboat to tbe local Inspeotorof tbe New
Orleuns district, with instructions to In
quire concerning her qualifications for the
I option, and, If found competent, to Is
sue her a license.
Milwaukee, Wis., Feb. J. A Flor
ence, Wis., special to the Journal sayst
Ttios. A. Dace, who was shot by Tbos.
Wlllhuns. alias "Charley Ross," a Mlcbl
Iran saloon keeper, Is dead. Ross bas not
James Cherry's Assassla.
Jopun, Mo., Fell. 3. A theprellmlnary
pxiimiruition of WilBon Uail, charged with
th murder of Jas. Cherry, tbe prisoner
wa buund over to the next term ot court,
and was taken to tbe Carthage Jail.
Poplar Bllff, Mo., Feb. 2. A ver
dict of not i;ulltv was rendered In tbe case
of city iMarsba! Deny, charted with shoot
ing dead one Duley In a saloon row. The
defense was self-defense.
Pkkin, III., Feb. 2. Mrs. Brown, ot
Grovelund, seven miles northeast, was
bitten by a mad dog. Many docs were
also bitten by the animal before he was
Jkksky Cirv.N. J.,Feb. 2. The Jury In
tbe case of J. D. Harrington, accused of
complicity In the American Legion ot Hon
or fraud, rondered a verdict ot not guilty,
THE UARPEB BILL.
Tbe IllluoU License Law aad Its Work
loirs in Chicago.
Chicago, Feb. 2. The Harper high li
cense law, tbe state enactment which fixes
the minimum license for selling malt liquors
within tbe limits ot the state at $150 per
year, and tor selling spirituous liquors
$500, the operation ot whloh tbe olty coun
cil of Chicago has been warding off, neces
sarily will enter Into effeot In this olty after
April 1. In view of tbe general belief that
man; of tbe $150 liaensss will be used as a
cover for the sale ot sflvluous liquors, a
sentiment has been worked up Id favor ot
a uniform $500 license. AoaT" of the
voting strength In tbeoeunoll shews that
tweuty-two are ia favor Of a high, uniform
lloenie, and fourteen tor trades! lioense.
The mayor favors a g redo! lioense, but If
tba oouuoll's animate Is eeiVect an ordi
nance oau be adopts! ever a fosslM rote e
WM. M. DATIDS0N, .
STOVES, RANGES, FURNACES,
Tin, Copper and A.qate Ironware.
Roofiiijr, Guttering and all kinds of work iu Tin, Copper
andlsheet Iron done to order. ' 3
Nos. 25 & 27, 8th St., Cairo.
TELHPHONK NO, SO.
Paints, - Oils, - Varnishes,
Brushes, Glass, Window Shades, Artist's Material &c.
MAKE A SPECIALTY OP -
Mouldings, Picture Frames, CAIR0' UAj'
0 7 7 Telephone Ko 10t
ICngravings and "Wall Papers.
Great Britain Again Visited by Disas
Overflowed streams aad Blows Dawa
Brldgea-Tbe Qoeea's Cablaet l
Council-Affairs la Earjrpt
Cable riasbes, Etc.
WIND AND WATKR.
London, Feb. 3. Serious gales are
sgatn resorted in various quarters. Tbey
have been especially ssvere on the Island of
Jersey and at Holyhrad, Birmingham,
Chester, Harwloh, Wiek and tbe Iile of
Man. Many rivers have overflowed ibelr
banks, and the floods are causing much
damage. Tbe streets of Duffleld and Der
byshire are Inundated. A portion of tbe
breakwater at St. Ives have been demol
ished, and the Iron bridge at ltbndesbank,
near Oldham, has beta blown down.
A WARRANT I8SCED.
London, Feb. 2. A warrsnt bas been
Issued for the arrest of Blakeway, tbe ab
sconding membor of the bankrupt firm of
P. W. Tbomas, Suns A Co.
TO COVER DEFICIT.
London, Feb. 2. Spain will Issue a lean
of J80.00) pounds to oover tbe budget de
ficit. A PRIVY COUNCIL.
London, Feb. 2. A privy council was
held at Osborne, attended by Gladstone,
Lord Csrliogford, Sir William Hareourt
sod Leonrx peel, clerk ot tbe counp.il. The
recommendations ot minister for sessions
ot legislative work was approved by Her
Majesty. Tbf address with which parlia
ment will be opened on Tuesday wm dually
drafted and received the Q leeo's assent.
The members of the council subsequently
returned to town by special train.
Tbe Chinese government bas ordered tbe
purchase of tbe best torpedoes found In
Spring as tbe Hortb.
St. Johns, X. F., Feb. 2. Tbe weath
er here Is spring-like, there being neither
snow, ice nor frost.
JAMMED IN THE ICR.
8t. Johns, Feb. 2. A whale steamer
from Newfoundland bas arrived. She re
ports a large square rimed steamer Jammed
In heavy ioe oft Barque Banks.
IMPRISONED PBMDI.NO TRIAL.
St. Johns, Feb. 2. Head Constable
Dyle and tbe following five Orange pris
oners, Joslah BraySi EJmuod Butt, Ed
ward Ash, James Coorge and Charles
Freooh, were committed for trial tbe Su
preme Court obarged with murder. Tb y
were ordered imprisoned in tbe St. Jo bus
penit ntlary pending trial.
LYINO VgKY LOW.
Paris, Feb. 2. M. Eugene Bouhr, a
wall-known Bonupartlete deputy la dan
gerou. y 111. Hi physicians have given up
sll hopo of his recovery.
' B RAZZ A DEAD.
La Franoe reasserts tbat Braxza.the AfrL
ean explorer Is dead.
Dublin, Feb. 2. William Meagle, an
Important witness In tbe Phoenix Park
trl.ta nnmn'ifnii that his Ufa ll made
miserable owIiikUo tbe continued persecu
tion ana irequeni asauiu wuiud oa iubiii
t th hn,i. nf nvmialhlzeri with the as-
aisslusof Lord Frederick Cavendish and
Vienna, eb. 2. The polloe have oom
1 tied a list of foreigners who are to be ex
pelled from tbe country. They have also
closed Jaoobl's printing office, at whiob a
Socialist newspaper, k Tbe Future, was
London, Feb. 2. The advance of Baker
Pasha to the relief of Tokar bas been post
poned until Sunday. Tbe original Inten
tion, telegraphed by Col. Satorlus, wu to
Paris, Feb. 3. Eugene Roher, the well
known Bonapartlst, is dying.
Paris, Feb. 2. Advloss fromSalgon an
nounos the arrival there of Qbb. Melott,
seat out to tak e command of the land forces
An Outrage oa tbe Hlf b Haas.
Baltimore. Feb. 2. Tnere is consider
able excitement among the captains of oys
ter vessels over tbeeaptuie of tbe oyster
nohooner Ada Luddtngton with a Cam
bridge orew by an armed force while
dredging In Virginia wator Tuesday last.
Oa tbat day eighteen vessels were dredging
when the schooner osme out and sailed
toward them. She oame up among then
and holited tbe AraHrioan flag, one of tbe
captains thus describe the some: "With
regular war whoop her bold disgorged, 1
thought, . nearly one buudred men. She
carried cannon, ray vessel received tbe first
Obsrire. We were all taken by surprise
ai.d so terrified were tbe crews that but few
Showed presouoe of mind sufficient to shake
out the reefs In the sails so as to get away.
Tbe Ada Luddineton bad gottea before the
wind before tbe Vlrglniaos brought Uslr
CLARK' & LOVETT,
guns to bear upon her. Tbey happened to
be near and at onoe gave cbase. Tbe
whole of the Luddlngton's crew went be
low to save themselves from the shot while
tbe cbase was going on.
Foreign Laborers. r
Washington, Feb. 2. Before the House
Committee on labor T. V. Powderly de
scribed tbe contracts entered lolo with tbe
Italian and Hungarian laborers by the glass
manufacturers. He said foreign labor is
being obtained at from 150 to 200 per cent,
less than American labor cost. He describ
ed tbe depravity cf foreUn laborers, and
eited the instance atFrostburg. Mo.,. where
seven men lived in a hovel with one woman,
at an aggregate cost ot twenty-seven dollars
per month. These laborers, be said; were
ot allowed to communicate with tbe out
side world. Other gentlemen representing
tbe Knights of Labor were beard in oppo
sition to tbe employment of foreign labor.
Lanka Like V. lll.ani Now,
Washington, Fi b. 2. Tbe wltbdrawl
of Sweemcy st Frankfort Is Interpreted here
as meauiug th;it Williams will be elected.
Williams ouly iacked e evtu votes while
Blackburn lacked sixteeu, and for this
reason it Is believed the former will likely
get sufficient strength from the Sweeney
party to elect blm on tbe first ballot. Car
lisle 's trlendt, however, say the matter la
by no tneans settled, and toat bis name wtll
yet be presented. How this cao be done.
Bewever, In face of bis persistent state
Blent tbat be will only permit the use of bis
erne for tbe purpose of harmony Is dlffl
ottl t to understand.
Notices in this column three lines or less iscsul
one insertion or $1 .00 per week.
W A VTF'n I w w"t men and w
IV All 1 LiU . enrwher. to eell our 1
rrwnert. to ten our mamoras
No pre'lous experience necessnrr. For partic
ular address WJtAKI.EY 4 BCKKKIT.
1-15 tm tf! Vine St., Cincinnati.
Patrick T. McAlpine,
Mode to order. - j
Bth St., bet. Ohio Levee A Commercial Ave.
OA1KO, - - - ILL
Repairing: neatly done at short notice).
fl"EW YOKK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TUB CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Oor.Mnoteenth street I Pq Spa Til
Commercial Avnn ' 'yttHU. 111.
ART -:- CLASSES
The Woman's Club
and Library Ass'n.
Class In Oil Painting, nnder Mrs. Q Fleser.
Class in Wood carvin?, Kepoas-e in Brass, Etch
Inc ana Modeling, Mrs V. Eoremeyer. Class la
Freehand Drawing Charcoal, Crayon and Pastel
Work, Mr. E. M. Hough. .....
For terms and arrangements apply to In'tractors,
or to the Secretary ot the woman's Club sad
136 .to 138 Coml Xye.
have received a fnll and complete tins
ot new Fall and Winter .
Cloaks, Dolmans, Hotlo'ns, Etc.
A be ary stock of Body Brussels, Taper
tries and Ingrain . ,
A fall stock of Oil Cloths, all slses and aices.
A full and complete stock Is now being
closed oat at great bargains.
VU Crooda at Bottom Frio!
2 s s
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no & Gents