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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETS: TUESDAY MORMlVfl, FEBRUARY 5, 1884.
tiotieos In Wis comma, ignieen pet lint foi
lrtDd Bra ndu per line asursoa.uenUnMr.
Won. For one week. 80 cents peri ne. For on
month. 60 cents per line
will buy good meal cooked 1 order, at
DoBaun's. , f
Millinery Stock and Fixtures for Sale.
I will sell my entire stock of millinery
ana the store fixtures at a sacrifice; the best
bargains ever ottored. Tne stock is new
and well select"!. Will sell all 510
gethcr on terms t suit the purchaser, or
will retail gooas r.i tower jiriuw wu
before sold. I must close out business on
account of ill health. Call if you want bar
gains. Mks. C. Hi Leak,
8th St., bet. Washing and Walnut."
will buv a good meal co ked to order at
New York Store Company,
C. W. Henderson,
W. B. Pettis,
E. B. Pettit,
W. L. Bristol,
0. F. Ort & Co.,
Stratton & Bird,
for Chess Carley Company's fam-us
"Fire Proof Oil."
8addle Rock Oysters at DeBaun 50 Ohio
Legal Blanks Kept For 8 le
at Thk Bulletin office.
Special Warranty Deeds,
Real Estate Mortgage,
Executions, Summons, Venire,
Garnishee Blanks, &c.
will boy a good meal cooked to order at
Da Baun's. tf
Millions Given Away.
Millions of bottles of Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds, have been given away as trial bottles
of the large size. This enormous -outlay
would be disastrous ta the proprietors, were
it not for the rare merits possessed bv the
wonderful medicine. Call at Bj. '"-y
Bros' Drug Store and get a trial bou.e
free, and try for yourself. It never fails to
ftestnurant and Oyster House, 56 Ohio
rtucKien's Arnica salve
. fcat Salve -.n the world for Cuts,
. Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
;, letter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
. iic, tud all Skin Eruptions, and positively
. uKis Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
!o t satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
J." cents per box. For sale by Barclay
liENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In tnese columns, ten cent per line,
earn insertion and whether marked or not, if calcu
lated to toward anr man's business Interest are
always paid for.
Alderman C. O. P.itier is in Hot
Springs, Ark., for his health.
Ice, woad and kindling, at City Brew
ery, Jacob Elee. tt
Three cases of d.unkenness and two of
disorderly were attended to by Magistrate
Comings in his official capacity yesterdsy.
Several hundred old papers, exchanges,
for sale at The Bo: lktih office. tf
Mr. Frank Oi. cher and Miss Emma
Lee, daughter of Henry Lee, were married
last night by Magistrate Comings at bis
We are still ready to sell our entire
stock of clothing. Q ld nine & Rosenwater
Mr. and Mrs. Oiler, recently married
by Father Murphy, of .ut. Patrick's church,
have gone to Indian lis to live. Their
friends here will wish them every joy
in their new home.
Full stock and complete sample book
of wedding invitations, etc., just received at
Ths Bulletin job office, No. 78 Ohio
Union City imposes a fine of not less
than five nor more than fifty dollars upon
a psrson who kills another within the city
limits, unless it shall be proven that ha did
ao in self-defense.
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
Blllktis office at low rates. tf
The :i7 reme court of this state has de
cided tt. a, city has a right to tax occupa
tions or any line of businoss. The case
was taken u;. by the proprietor of a Chica
go livery .table, who kicked against paying
a city license.
A St. Louts Republican reporter inter
viewed Hon. F. E. Albright, of Mumhva
boro,sorae days ago and in a late issue of
that paper makes the positive ita'euient
that "Mr. Albright will be a Democratic
candidate fur congress next fall."
A fire at 8andusky Sunday evening
about 5 o'clock destroyed six frame houses
or about half the buildings in the place.
H it was started was uot known here
"rdny. Th houses belonged respective
ly to Mr. Henry lluti !a-kcr, Mr. Charles
H onmoiid, Mr. IVnck Sullivan nod Mr.
McRaven. The fi: it nmed hid a grocery
and saloon in bis building, and the other
houses were residences. Mr. Huoisacker
had $200 insurance; Mr. Hammond had
$800 and Mr. Sullivan is said to have had
some. The fire was a severe blow to the
place, though, perhaps, all the hemes will
soon be rebuilt.
-At the last meeting of the county
board more was appropriated for mainte
nance of paupers than for any other purpose
but one. Paupers and their keepers were
allowed $760.07, which was only for the
quarter ending October 1st. The highest
amount appropriated from, any fund was
$849.79 from the road and bridge fund.
The steamers Vicksburg and Baton
Rouge left Sunday about noon for St. Louis.
Ice was running very heavy in the Missis
sippi at this point at the time. It extended
almost from shore to shore, and here and
there were large fields with little mounds
stauding five or six feet out ef the water.
At last accounts the boats were moving
along all right.
"In view of the fact that several burg
laries have been committed recently," In
Pinckneyville, the Democrat of that city
suggests the organization ot a vigilance
committee. "Sparta," continues the Demo
crat, "was troubled with a series of burgla
ries recently and for a while it was charged
to tramps, but they made a united effort to
stop ir tnd the result wai that five men
who wt. residents of the neighborhood
wero arresto 1 end confessed."
Chairman McIIale, of the streot com
mittee, had all tho sewers closed Sand-y,
and again inspected them personally yes
terday, to assure himself tht all were
properly closed. The result of the instc- j
tion was entirely satisfactory, and will, a
prospect of a comparatively small fluid,
Cairo n.ay not even have lipe water enough
to float a good sized splinter. Her citizen
should take timely precautions against an
impen li.ig water famine.
A tr. mp entered the office of the Lan
caster nnd Rice cempany Sunday night, by
means ot a back window which bad not
been fns'ered down, and stole a single
barreled pistol, three or four dollars in
stamps and i pair of shoes belonging to
Mr. Lancaster, leaving his own worn-out
pair in the olHce. The private watchman
of the establishment was watching some
other part of the premises about the time
the fellow was at work.
Biker & Farron p'.iyed "Criss and
Lena'' to a large audience at the Opera
House last night. The play was a happy
mixture of humor, exciting inciden's and
songs; rather li'ht in plot, but amusing and
interesting. The company was better in
talent than perhaps many who went ex
pected it would be. Baker in his imper
sonation of the German lad was good ; Far
run was best in his Irish character. The
audience must have been very well pleased,
for the applause was boisterous and fre
quent. One of the many indicators of the state
i! business, etc., in a country or community
is the hotel register. If the register ef the
principal ,botel in a city presents a clean,
white page every day in the week, or crowds
he arrivals for two or three days onto a
single page, it may be eafely concluded
that the community is in statu quo in near
ly all respects. A proof, now, that this
particular community is not in that demor
alizing state the following little statement,
showing the number of transient arrivals at
The Ualliday, each day of last weak, can't
bo beaten: 8unday,.37; Monday, 33,
Tuesday, 48; Wednesday, 49; Thursday, 61;
Friday, 46; Saturday, 59. Average 47 per
Sheriff Hodges yesterday arrested a
white man named Jacob Levi, who has
lived in this city for a year or longer. He
arrested Levi at the instance of an officer in
Cape Girardeau where an indictment is
pending uunst the prisoner, found about
four years :, charging him withlarcency.
8ince his residence here Levi has been, to
all appearance', an upright, bard-working
man, and he gained Ihegood opinion of all
who bad anything to d with him. He has
neither the appearance nor manner of a
sharper or rogue. He is a widower iryl
supported three children, one seven and the
others each nine years old, by h.t d.vjy
labor. He lived in the brick house nxt t-
the Clark abomination, on Ohio l"ve.
Sheriff Hodges took him to the county j nil
According to Sergeant Ray's report
for last month the highest temperature was
65.5; on the 80th; the lowes', 16 be!ow
zero, on the 5th; the greatest l til j range,
29.1, on the 4th. Prevailing direction r,f
wind was north; total movement, 7,119
miles; highest velocity, 88 miles 4 er hour.
The total rain fall and melted snow was
2.38 inches. The mean temperature for the
month was 29 9 above zero, or lower than
in any mcnth since 1871. Thunder storm
occurred on the 30th, lasting lrom 6:30 p.
m. to 9:25 p. m. Brilliant displays of
lightning in the eastern, southeastern and
southern horizons were observed on the
3lBt, during a clear sky. The flashes con
tinued almost incessantly from 6 p. m. to
11 p. m. The temperature on same date
fell from t degrees to 36 degrees at 10
The following statement of the amount
of mail taken from the ten receiving boxee
recently put up io the city, during the first
three days of this month, makes a credita
l)le nhowing for this community in the way
of correspondence, and proves conclusively
that the boxes are not purely ornamental:
Friday, January 1st, letter, .41; postal
cards, 200; papers, 25. Sat iml.v'i - January
3d, letters, 813; postal cards, i !6; papers,
21. Sunday, January 8t1, li'.Urs, 2,050;
postal cards, 810; paper, 13. Totals in
three days, letters, 8,707 jpnsinlordn, 1,236;
papers, 64. Avenges per day, letters, 1,235;
postal cards, 402 ; paper, 2 1 . Vverages per
dsy in each box, letters, 411 1 P' stal cards,
40; papers, 2. The total numlcr of letters
and postal cards for ti-o tl.r e days was
4,943, or 1.644 per day in all ibe boxes, or
493 per box in the three days, or 165 in
each box each day.
Saturday three or four flit cars loaded
with cotton turned over on the Illinois Cen
tral incline, and Sunday a torce of men
with a derrick on a fl tt car were engaged
in clearing up the wreck : hoisting the cars
onto other cars on the track, to be trans
ported to the shops for repiirs. A number
of boys were on tin- fl it car with the der
rick, watching tha work. While cne of the
cars was being honied the flat car upon
which the derrick i o I, not having been
tied to the track, tipped up and dumped
all ths boys off down to the rock paved
ground between t lie incline and the shore,
where about two 'eet of water stood. One
of the boys oa'uuJ Thomas Marion, step
son of Phillip B:wi, f truck the water, or
rather the groi:id, with bis head, and re
ceived injuries ch..t hive since proved fatal.
After he fell ha lay quietly in the water,
and would luve drowned but for prompt
action on the part of those standing by. He
was carried to the engine house at the coal
hoist. Dr. Parker w s called to attend
him, and he found tha' the boy's spine had
been injured to such a l extent as to cause
paralysis of his entire body. The unfortu
nate boy was taken to his home at the cor
ner of Sycamore and Twenty-third streets,
wh'-re, under the attention of the doctor,
h gradually regained he use of his arms.
But the injury was beyond medical or
surgical skill to cure, and the boy died
rut 5 o'clock Sunday evening. He was
about lifteen years of age.
According te the report of Mr. S. T.
Brush, chairman of the committee appoint
ed Ly tU citizens of Carbondale to direct
the c .itstruction of the temporary building
tor the normal school, the building cost as
io'lows: For material, $3,418.63; for labor,
$1,13 J ;i or insurance, $75 total, $5,706.
96. luc total amount subscribed by the
citiz-u" ( f Carbondale and vicinity was
$4,4 (if 4 J. k jving a deficiency of $1,242.48,
which, it vjt os to us, should be made up
promptly by . t her communities in southern
Illinois. The citizens of Carbondale have
done considerably more than their share
already. "The new building, as finished,"
says the Criterion-Democrat of Saturday,
"gives over 1,000 square feet of fioring.
There are 12 rooms benides the general
assembly room, which seats between 250
and 300. The structure is built in the
form of a grand cross, every attention be
ing given to ventilat. n and safety. Tho
doors all open on the tside of the build
ing, very convenient j;i case of a panic.
The roof is of iron, 124 aqutres being used.
In short the buildin,' is judt such a public
school building as o w..uM like to see the
city of Carbondale owd. Mr. Isaac Rapp
has been in charge of the wmk from the
commencement and hn turi e.j off a job
which he may well u.t proU' of, and we
hope that ere long he may k called upon
to erect a structure for the t.-- of the pub
lic school children ot Cur! ondale. The
students assembled at tbu ne v quarters on
Friday morning to select smis and seat
mates. The work will c.x arnce in earn
est on Monday mornii . In spite of the
sad reverses with whk.li tl e institute hat
met, the graduating c:as a ill be the larg
est in number ever bad; ir certainly looks
encouraging. We wi-n ti'em god-speed."
The retention of any T)tte matter in the
systsm produces injury, The collection of
"phlegm" or diseased mucus in time of
cold or throat affec ioi. should be promptly
removed. Dr. Bud't Couh Syrup does it
more quickly and eP'cUu&lly than any other
cough syrup made.
Funeral Berviu; of Thomas Marion will
be held this ( Tuesday; afternoon at two
o'clock, at the' ridence of his step-father,
Philip Browu. Special train will leave
foot of 14th mreet for Villa Ridge at halt
past two. Friends of the family are in
vited to attend.
This celebrated play will again be pre
sented in this city Feb. 7th, by the Madi
gu Square Theatre Company. Hazel
Kirke has been played so often and is so
well known to the theatrical publio that it
is us.'1'.-ss to mention it further. Tho extra
ordiour run of this extraordinary piece baa
atuiiu'd the still more extraordinary "age"
of uvur t iree thousand consecutive perform
ances, and proves conclusively that the pub
lic interes' in the play does not show the
huit ii;o of abatement.
In this connection a friend of ours, and
for a ha'g t me an ardent admirer of Miss
UhzpI Kirk?, has sent the following acrostic
for pub i:ation:
Howofcmr hearts are strangely stirred,
A simple flow'r or earnest word,
Zeal-giTou by kind, thoughtful friend,
Effects it: ixnr on a gousond
Life-long is re . its loving work.
Kind friends, we had this thought in view,
In presenting this famous pUy here for you,
Right well its tiienn, so pure an 1 clear,
JLeeps enprming ail who see an hear
Emotions true in HAZEL KIHKE. I
a,000,OO leal MiBiBg Eaitorprioo.
LaSalli, Is,, Fob. 4. Extensive coal
mining operations have boon carried on In
this vicinity for number ot years, but a
coal business wbkh bids fair toeollpse
everything else of a like oharacter Is aow
developing. The oompaay engaged la the
enterprise Is chartered for a capital of $2,
000,000, and the men oonoerned are credit
ed with having the money. The coal un
derlying twenty square mttes nas been pur
cbaned and paid for and borings are now
being made in different farts ot tho traot,
which lies principally m Bureau county,
but partly in La Salle aad north ot too
Illinois river, tor the purpose of determin
ing the best points at which to sink shafts.
The magnitude ot the coal purqhase can be
realized by figuring tho available product
at 10.00J tons to the acre. It amouta to
124,000,000 tons. Branch roads from the
Illinois Central and Cbiuago, Book Island
and Pacifiu, both of whlob touch the tract,
bavt been laid out and will be constructed
in a short time.
Naved tho Expense of Hanging.
Racinb, Wis., Feb 4. Andrew John
son, a young Dane, dissipated la bis habits
and enamored with a young girl ot 15
named Bertha Brassman, yesterday en
terod a restaurant where the latter was
employed. The girl, seeing him enter the
place, remarked: "I don't want anything
more to do with you." Johnson seized
the gin by the shoulders, and drawing a
revolver fired, the shot striking the girl In
the breast, and as she turned be shot her
again In the back. Then be put the pistol
to bis heart, fired and expired In
A Hnaty Divorce.
Hockford, III., Feb. 4. -It Is now re
ported tbat Mrs. Robert F. Porter was
granted a divorce on Saturday afternoon
witbln a few hours of filing ber bill. The
document simply charged base desertion,
hut the attorney Informed the Court tbat
other women were la the case, and tbat she
could cover other charges in the bill if be
saw fit. All Interested refuse to talk, but
di-puty clerk Little fully admitted the de
tree bad been granted.
A PROCCBCB'S BILEMHA.
Pol Cooper LIIubIt io (Jraoe
St. Louis, Feb. 4. In the Court of
Criminal Correction tbis morning Polk
hooper, accused of "enticing awayafo
nale for the purpose of prostitution,,"
'cceived a piece of Judge Noonan's mind.
Doopcr's exploits here and in Springfield,
(II., have been detailed In these columns.
He was arrested by Dsteotlve Hobbs on Jan.
(0, and the detective has worked like a
leaver in bringing blm to J us '.Ice. Cooper,
iitbougb but 40 yeaa of fcge, has grand
ihildren, and tbe evidence against him in
dicates that there are better men in the
penitentiary. Susie Parker, a sllm-bullt
alond of 17, with regular and handaatno
teutures, h tbe prosecuting witness. Sbe
ban a respectable appearance that belles
her record. Susie la undoubtedly one of
:be worst and a fit companion for Colter,
witb wbom she has apparently become
infatuated. Sbe was attired in
morning and her golden haw was d ressed
in waves. Her mother, a delicate appear
ing woman, also dressed In black, accom
panied tbe girl to court and she and ber
ilaugbter were closely scanned by tbe
tbrong. Cooper took bis seat In the de
fendant's cbair with perfect sang froid.
Didn't seem to oare, but bis face wore a
more serious look ere tbe examination was
over. Susie's mother was tbe first witness.
When ber buband died she was obliged to
open a laundry to provide for ber family.
Tbe defendant was one ot ber
customers, and ultimately became one
of ber employes, attending to tbe
wringing machine. Her daughter and be
BECAME IN TIM ATS,
and tbe girl's ruin followed. When
this fact became known the couple were
kept apart, but a month or so ago Suale
and Cnopor met and arranged to leave the
city. Miss Parker induced a couple ot her
companions to accompany her. Tbey were
followed by friends, arrested In
Springfield, III., and brought back.
Cooper's connection with the case was then
discovered. The girl next took the stand.
Mies Parker gave ber testimony reluct
antly. When pressed, she admitted she
bad been enticed away by the defendant.
Deieutlve Hobbs then testified tbat be had
arrested Cooper on an order from Captain
Frutcbe. Two letters were found in bis
possession. These were plaoed in evi
dence, and read as follows:
TELL TALK LICTTKRS.
Springfield, III., Dec. 34, 1883.
Fitin.Ni Polk: I hope you will excuse
me for not righting before, but I did not
know wbat I as going to do. I am going
to run bouse and Mat is going to run
it and I will have to board. I dontsee
wbat I can do for you tbis time, but if you
can send Bulle 4 or 6 girls tbat is nice you
send them. I will make it right.
W. D. LONONICKKR.
Sphixofikld, III., Dec. 24, '83.
Fkikvd Poric: I hope you will have a
happy Cbristmas take a drink and charge
It to me. Belle sends ber regards to tbe
women. Well Polk I want a favor or I
would not write. I want four or five girls
and if you can find some I will send them
'a ticket for here, If tbey want me to. I
will want nice girls, but thev will want to
be broken in at once.
W. D. LONGNECKER.
Detective Sheeban, who arrested Cooper
for Interfering with the girl some time ago,
said tbat he then promised he would not
bother Susie in the future and wrote a let
ter to tbat effect. He did not live up to
his aereejpent, however, and gave as his
excuse tbat the letter bad been exited
After tbe testimony for the state bad
been concluded the defendant took tbe
stand In bl own behalf and told how he
met the girl and bow he bad tried to aot tbs
part of a good Samaritan by persuading
ber to go borne. He olalmed that sbe In
sisted on going to Springfield and bad noth
ing more to say oa tbe subject. Judge
Noonan settled the breesy Mr. Cooper in
short order. Leanlag forword and ad
dressing tbe defendant in an Impressive
way peculiarly his own,
THK J0DOB SAID:
'Cooper, I am convinced that you are a
professional sedaoer and debaueber of
young girls. You we a murderer of souls,
aad, compared to yeu, ths highwayman Is
a respectable member ot soolety. Tbe
punishment In your ease en final frlal can
be live yearto the penitentiary. I will
held you It bead In We turn of $2,600, and
as the affair etaurfld to this otty, I
would suggest thn- as an Irongneoker taod
bis wife be orjtiht bare aid proseouted.
When Susie fwffr rtaslMtt Springfield
she went to the igaeettr establishment
with her eefenfcrtfe tut they obanged
their quarter aufr remaining there a
short Hhte. CeofU'1a eaeubtedjj in a
WM. M. DAVIDSON
STOVES, RANGES, FURNACES,
Tin, Copper and -A.gate Ironware.
Roofinjr, Guttering and all kinds of work in Tin, Copper
and Sheet Iron done to order.
Nos. 25 & 27, 8th St., Cairo.
TffiLKPHONK NO. 20.
jsto. 35 nr a t17" c i mrmmm
EIGHTH ST. i ULiUTbJl Ob lATHill,
Paints, - Oils, - Tarnishes,
Brushes, Glass, Window Shades, Artist's Material, Ac.
MAKE A SPECIALTY OP
Mouldings, Picture Frames, CAIR0, ILL
Telephone No 108
kngravings and "Wall Papers.
The Question of Tariff Reform Fairly
A Horlaontal Red art Ion ( Twenty
Percent, With Exceptions Special
JUtee. Wltn n Limit.
WaSHiNQTOJt, Feb. . Representative
Marrison has completed bis tariff bill, and
during tbe call for states Introduced it In
tbe House. Tbe bill was prepared last
week, witb tbe exception of placing a few
articles on tbe free list, concerning wblcb
Mr. Morrison was undecided. A reduction
of 20 per cent is made in numerous articles,
while In a few cases tbe reduction Is greater
or kss than tbis rate. A provision pre
vents any reduction to a rate lower than In
the Merrill act of 1861. TUe title of the bill
Is: "An act to reduce Import duties and
war tariff taxes." It provides
thai on and after the 1st of
July, liM, in lieu of dutlei and rates the
duty imposed by law on tbe Importation of
the goods, wares and mercbaodlie men
tioned In tbe several scbedu e of "An net
to reduce internal revenue taxation and for
other purposes," approved MnU 8, 183,
and hereinafter enumerated, the slit 1 1 ho
levied, collected aud paid 80 percent, of
tbe several duties and rates of duty now
imposed on kaid articles severally; tbat is
to say, on all articles mentioned io sched
ule I, cotton and cotton goods; schedule J,
hemp; jute, butts; schedule K, wool and
woolens; schedule tt, metals other than
ores; schedule M, books, papers,
etc.; schedule E, sugars
schedule F, tobacco; schedule
D, wood and woodeoware, eioept as
hereinafter provided in all articles subject
to ad valorem duty; In schedule B, earth
enware and glassware; schedule O, pro
Visions, except a hereinafter provided;
schedule N, bundrles other thi n precious
stones, salt, coal, bristles aad lime;
schedule A, chemical products, except as
hereinafter prov'ded. So duty or rate pf
duty shall, after tbe said flist day of July,
1SS4, be levied, collected, or paid In ncvis
of 40 per cent, ad valorem, or its
equivalent, on cotton or cot
ton goods; 50 per centum
ad valorem, or Its equivalent on metal,
aud 90 per centum ad valorem on wuol
and woolen goods; provided tbat nothing
in this act shall operate to redu- tbe duty
above Imposed on any article below tbe
rate at which said articles were severally
dutiable under "An act to provide for tho
payment of outstanding treasury
ootes, and to authorize a loan to regulate
and fix tbe duties on Imports, and for
other purposes," approved March 2, 1861,
aud commonly called tbe Merrill tariff; on
all unpoltsha cylinder, crown and com
mon window glast, or oast polished plate
glass, unsilvered, exceeding 24x60 loobif
square; on salt in bags, stcks oi barrels,
tartars, partly refined. Including Lee's
crystal cement, Roman, Portland and
ail others; wbiting aad parts ' white,
dry wood tar, coal tar, crude coal products
such as naptba, benzine, benzole, dead
oil and pitch, and preparations of ooal tar,
not colors or dyes, not spec 1 :ally enumer
ated or provided for by this act, logwood
and decoctions, ochre and eshery earths,
or otber packages, or la bulk.
Seo. 2. Ou and after tbe first day of
July, 1884, tbe importation ot articles
enumerated in tbis seotlon shall be exempt
from duty; tbat ts to say, Iron ore, In
cluding manganlferous Iron ere, the dross
or residum from burnt pyrites and sulphur
ore, copper Imported In tbe form of ores,
lead ore and lead dross, nickel la ore,
matte, chromate of iron or ehronlo ore,
coal, slack or culm; coal, bituminous or
shale; timber bewn or awed, and timber
used for spars and in building wharves,
and woo l manufactured, not specially pro
vided for In this act; bay, oblekory root,
ground or unground, burned or prepared;
acorns and dandelion reot, raw or pre
pared, and otber articles used or Intended
to be used as coffee or as substi
tutes therefore not speolally enumerated
or provided In this act. Jute, buttes,
bristles, beeswax, liras, glycerine, orude
fish-glue or isinglass, sponges, dextrnle,
burnt starob, gum, substitute or British
gum, extraot of hemlook and other bark
used for tannery, not otherwise enumerat
ed or provided for in this aot. Indigo ex
tracts of, and oarmtned umber and umber
earths, and sienna and sienna earths; 11
earths or clays unwrought or unmanufac
tured not spitcinally enumerated or pro
vided for in tbis act; all
barks, beans, berries, balsams,
buds, bulbs and bulbous roots and
excrescences, euqb. as nut-galN, finl ,
flowers, dried fibres, grains, guius and
gum resins, herbs, leaves, llcheds, mosses,
nuts, roots and stems, spices, vegetables,
seeds, (aromatic, not garden seeds), and
seeds of morbid growth, weeds, woods
used expressly for dyeing, and dried In
sects. Any of the foregoing wblcb are not
in their natur I state, but which have ad
vanced In value or condition by refining or
grinding, or other prooess of manufactur
ing, and not sdeclally enumerated for In
Texakkina, Ark., Feb. 4. At 2:40 ye
terday morning tbe alarm was given that
Mays & Fswbush's grooery stortJai being
burglarized. Office; McCauley at ones
Ummonlni asiiltanee repaired. to tbj
scene and captured tbrao men, wbo gave
tbelr names as Jim Burnes, Wra. White
sides and Keilly, In the act of cracking tbe
safe, containing about $300 lnoash. About
ten minutes more would have sufficed for
tbe completion of the Job, as tbey bad al
ready drilled through the safe when sur
prised by tbe presence of the officers. Tbey
had a complete kit of burglar's tools. Jim
Burnes is said to be a brick contractor, and
to bare a contract to bulid a Jail at Clarke
Hie, Tex-, for 60,000. Hailiy and White
sides have ben In the city for some time,
claiming to be In tbe employ ot the rail
road. The an nation at Frankfort.
FRANi-ORr, Ky., Feb. 4. Matters po
litically remain unchanged so far
and with Car I life Id tbe race a dead-lock
will ensue. There are some few who say
a nomination will be made, but my pencil
will not figure tbat wy. Williams' men
olaim tbat the appearance of Carlisle. In the
clover patch will not lesion their chances.
Blackburn's followers are still . serene.
Carlisle's army la confident. Those mem
b rs who left for tbolrboU' S on Saturday
n ifctht are. ail on band auain aud
there is irreat anxiety to know wbat tbe
caucus will bring forib.
Base Ban a Houalerdom.
Indianapolis, Ixo., Feb. I. A meet
ing la vailed Tor this city of representatives
of base ball organisations ot Indiana to
form a state base ball league, aa organisa
tion to protect ptayers of n on -league oiube
In the State and to erring a series of game
r the Stale cbampieaship.
Notices In this column three lines or lees ttcanis
one Insertion or ii-OU pr week.
Vr A WTK'Tl! e want men and women ev
' ' ' all 1 ajX . errwhert, to sell our Dlamui ds
No pre-lous experience necessary. K.ir partic
Ular address WKAKt.K Y A fil'RNKTT.
Mi lm 237 V'lne8t..t lncinntl.
FOR KENT February 16tb. mfcotlcreoo Wash
ington truDUt, nezt suuib of fourth street
six rooms, cistern. Ac, $16. Applr sckd
VVM. B. I.ILBIRT.
Patrick T, McAlpine,
Made to Order.
8th St., bet. Ohio Leree A Commercial Ave.
OA1KO, - ILL
Bepairing; neatly done at short notice.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor. Nineteenth street I
Commercial Avenue '
ART -:- CLASSES
The Woman's Club
and library Ass'n.
Class In Oil Paintine, under Mrs. O Fisher.
Class in Wood-carving, kepons.e In Brass, Etch
ing ana Modeling, Mrs t . Korsmeyer. inase in
Freehand Drawing, Charcoal, Crayon and Pastel
Work. air. E. M. IIonh.
Kor terms and erraneemente sddIt to Instructors.
or to tha Secretary of tbe Woman's Club and
136 & 138 Com'l Ave.
have received a full and complete Una
ol new Fall and Winter
DRY GOODS, DRESS GOODS,
Cloaks, Dolmans, Notions, Etc.
A he try stock of Body Brussels, Tapor
tries and Ingrain
A full stock of Oil Cloths, alttlsei and prices.
Clp!fa& Gents' FurnishV Goods
A full and complete stock Is aow being
ciuwu out at groat oargaini.
All ttoodei at Bottom Frioear