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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MOKiVING, FEBRUARY 7, 1884,
The Daily Bttlletin.
SoUeiielntnueotumn.eigni cent per line to
relendave mm par line each innsoqiient Inter
lion, Fo one weak. Moenta perloe. For one
month. 60 tuti par Una
will buy a good meal cooked tJ order, at
Millinery Stock and Fixtures lor Sale.
I will aell my entire itock of millinery
and the etore fixtures at a sacrifice; the beat
bargains ever ottered. Tne stock is new
and wall selected. Will sell all 8to
gather on terms to suit the purchaser, or
will retail goods at lower prices than ever
before sold. I must close out business on
account of ill health. Call if v"' want bar.
gains. Mks. C. McLean,
8th St., bet Washing nod Walnut.
will buv a good meal co iked to order at
New York 8tore Company,
C. W. Hendersou,
W. B. Pettis,
E. B. Pettit,
W. L. Bristol,
Q. F. Ort & Co.,
Stratton & Bird,
for Chess Carley Company's famous
"Fire Proof Oil."
Saddle Rock Oysters at DeBaun 56 Ohio
Legal Blanks Kept For Sale
at The 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
linemen'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 ia guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
35 cents per box. For sale by Barclay
Restaurant and Oyster House,
The Hop Plasters have a wonderful sale,
and why I Because they cure back ache,
tiff jeints, pain in the side and all soreness
in any part. People appreciate them. Any
druggists, 25 cts.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Ketiees in tnate eommn. ten cenu per line,
1Mb insertion and whether marked or not, if calcu
lated to toward any maa'a bneUieil lntereit are
nl wan paid for.
Ice, woed and kindling, at City Brew
ery, Jacob Klee. tf
For particulars about the rivers at this
and ether points see river column inside.
Several hundred old papers, exchanges,
for sale at The Bulletin office. tf
Mr. C. R. Stuart is expected to return
from Hot Springs in a day or two.
We are still ready to sell our entire
stock of clothing. Ghldstine & Rosen water
There is still some ice in the Mississip
pi and it is being held there by back water
lroa the Ohio.
Several hundred pounds ef newspa
pers for sale at The Bulletin at 5c a
pouua for the lot. tp
Go and see Couldock as "Dunstan
Kirks" to-night. Admission, including re
served seats, parquette ami pxrquette circle,
$1. Family circle, 75c; gallery as usual.
Full stock and complete sample book
of wedding invitations, etc., just received at
The Bulletin job office, No. 78 Ohio
t Messrs. 0. Hsythorn and L. J. Johnson
returned yesterday morning from Terre
Haute, Ind., where they had attended the
funeral of the letter's and Mrs. Haythom'a
Clark & Lovett have just receive! a
large lot and full assortment of artists' ma
terials; also a large liue of art studieB
which are held for the inspection of the
public for a few days. 3t
-That beautiful love stcry, "Hazel
Kirke," with the celebrated Couldock in the
te, at Opera House to-night. Beautiful
aouvenii tiles will be presented to every
lady attending the performance.
-States Attorney Leek is busy preparing
prisoners in the Countv
Jail, and othe.s, to be tried by the circuit
court next week. About ueilty five crioi.
nals arewalting trial at this t.rm of the
Among a number ef chances made b
Speaker Carlisle, of the fedoral house of
fepreseatatives, is one substituting Con
gressman Thomas for Mr. Chase, on the
Committee on rivers and harbors; and giv
ing to M. Chase Capt. Thomas' place on
lbs committee on Mississippi levees.
as cur market men draw much of
their early "garden truck" from Paducah
it will be interesting to know that in the l a
dueah market, gardeners, in spite of the in
clement weather, are on hand with their
early vegetables. They had lettuce on the
market Tut sday morning and promised to
have radishes, young "injuus" and green
peas in the near future.
During the month of January just
passed the collections in the internal reve
nue office here were as follows: Distilled
spirits, $20,981.28; tobacco, snuff, cigars,
etc., 6,595.76; fermented liquors, $5,333.
26; penalties, $494.45; total collections,
Mrs.Storer, wife4of Prof . Geo. Storer, at
the City National Bank, and her sister,
Miss Mamie Corliss, leavo for Cincinnati to
dav on the steamer Belle of Bhreveport.
They will spend several weeks in
Queen city with relatives and friends.
wish them "boa veyags."
The city council at its last meeting
resolved that the mayor, comptroller and
committee en fire department bs authorized
to procure a truck with sufficient hooks and
ladders suitable for the use of the fire de
partment, and that the committee be in
structed to use its influence to organize a
volunteer company to take charge of the
A cold wave was promised by yester
day's weather bulletin. A decline of from
five to twenty-six degrees within the previ
ous twenty-four hours, was reported from
every point in this weather circuit by yes
terday afternoon's bulletin. The thermom
eter .stood away below the freezing point
at the points which usually govern the tem
Any person having cast off clothing
or anything ot the kiud is requested to
send that or anything vise they feel like
donating to the poor and destitute, to
either of the following ladies: 1st ward,
Mrs. A. B.Safford, Mrs. Menager; 2i ward,
Mrs. Rittenhouse, Mrs. Bristol; 3d ward,
Mrs. Dr. Smith, Mrs. K.-rsmeyer;4th ward,
Mrs. J. Martin, Mrs. Savage; 5th ward,
Mrs. Heary Wells, Mrs. Eterday.
A little fire occurred in the rooms of
Capt. Thistlewood and family, over the
store on Ohio levse yesterday morning.
The stove was being dressed with a mix
ture of alcohol and blacking and when the
mixture was applied to the lower portion
of the stove where it was still hot, the
alcohol suddenly caught fire and in a sec
ond the whole stove was enveloped in
flames. The mixture in the pan also
blazed up and for a little while there was
danger of a considerable conflagration.
But prompt and well directed action soon
put out the fire.
The city council at its last meeting
adopted a petition submitted by the mayor,
asking congress for an additional appropri
priatien tor the improvement of the Mis
sissippi river. In the petition some start
ling facts are stated, showing the relative
importance of St. Louis and Cairo as ship
ping points, in order to give the petition
greater force. These facts are that the
shipping business at Cairo last year was
greater than that which passed over the
St. Louis bridge during tbe same time and
that the river tonnage here was 120,718
tons greater than it was at St. Louis.
Several days ago while Miss Mollie
Riley was at home alone and sick, the other
members of the family having gone to
church, half a dozen boys belonging to her
room in the public school, whom she had
been compelled to punish for disobedience
and disorderly conduct, gathered about the
house and behaved in a very rude manner.
They used bad language, made threats, and
threw stones ene of which broke a pane in
one of the front windows of the house.
The young rowdies are old enough to know
better. Ttieir names are in possession ot
the chief of police who will give the matter
Elsewhere in this issue appears the re
port of the council pint committee upen
the petition of the St. Louis & Cairo rail
road company for permission to cross up
per Washiugton avenue and New Levee
street. It is a very comprehensive paper,
stating clearly and fully some of the many
very good reasons why the privilege asked
for by ths petitioners should not be granted.
No one who understands the situation
thoroughly and who is not prejudiced, will
fail to approve of the report of the com
mittee and of tbe action ot the council in
unanimously approving it, as it did at Tues
Sergeant Ray received the following
specials from General Ilazen yesterday:
"Heavy rain continues in the Ohio Valley.
Tbe river is rising at all points and is above
the danger line at Pittsburg, Cincinnati,
and Louisville. Floods will increase and
at the end of the week will reach the mouth
of the Ohio river. Give general warning."
This was sent in the morning. At 1 o'clock
p. m. the following was sunt: "Two to three
inches ef rain reported in the Ohio Valley
during the put 24 hours. Rivers rising
rapidly at all points. Seven to eight feet
above the danger line at all points, from
Louisville northward. Floods will increase
and prove very destructive. Give general
warning. Property and stock should be
removed to points above the danger line.
Floods will reach tt.a Mississippi early
ore Ions bow. when tbe weather
gets a hula warmer and more steady, tbe
pring candidates will blossom on the street
corners. Not many weeks hence the voters
oi ins cay will be called upon to chose
council men for the ensuing fiscal year, to
uu vacancies occasioned by the expiratien
of the terms Aid. Mcnle in the first ward.
J Alderman Hiokle in the second ward, Al
derman Blake in the third ward, AUcrmau
Swoboda in the fourth ward and Alderman
Steut in the fifth ward. Some of these, if
not all, will seek to succeed themselves
and those of them who seek to do so will
probably succeed. The city council of tho
last four or five years has managed the Af
fairs of the city in a very satisfactory ruan
nsr and would readily receive thn eudrs
ment of the voters if they asked it.
Justice J. U. R tbinson has for stiveral
days back been kept busy with civil cast's,
to which several sanguinary knights of the
knife and steel and several country stock
raisers were parties. Monday M.J. Sliee
han and Richard Guerden sued Wm.Reddcn
and Ben Barnhill for the price of a heifer
which they had sold to defendants, and
which the latter Lad refused to receive be
cause it was not delivered within what they
considered a reasonable time. The amount
sued for was $30. Mr. W. C. Mulkey ap
peared for the plaintiffs and Mr. G. W, Hen
dricks for the defendants. Court con
tinued the case until yesterday morning
and decided in favor of the plaintiffs. Yes
terday morning L. J. Koehler sued Jno.
Hagi for $60, the amount claimed by
Koehler for the Eighth street shop, which
he claimed to have sold to Htigi, and which
defendant had refused to pay, on the ground
that he had only taken the shop on trial.
Court decided in favor of the plaintiff.
"The first effect of the good Bishop
Oberly's mission here," says the Washing
ington correspondent of the Peoria Journal,
in a letter dated Tuesday, "was seen to-day,
in the speaker calling Springer to the ch'tir
to preside. Bill was as happy over it hs a
boy with a new top, and thinks bis vindi
cation is assured. I have always had the
utmost confidence in Oberly's ability as a
pacificator. If he had been turned lorse
into tbe southern states pending the call to
arms of our 'misguided sister' states, it
would have been more than two dollars in
his pocket, for he certainly would have
turned many from tha error of their wave,
andw ould have shone like the bald be id
of a reformed politician. Springer whs a
commanding figure in the speaker's chair.
He was all smiles and ruled like a verteran.
He can't hold a grudge a fact that Car
lisle knew as well as anyone. If tne
Democracy of Illinois will let Oberly have
his own way, he will bring them out of the
kinks as handily as would a bottle of su
Some of our contemporaries in the
other two counties of this senatorial dis
trict, have been busying themselves select
ing a candidate for state senator from tliU
district next November; and in their gener
ous efforts to aid the public in selecting a
suitable representative, they seem to have
been entirely oblivious to the fact that this
time Alexander county is entitled to the
candidate for senator, by a rule established
by common consent among the counties.
Beth the other counties have furnished ex
cellent material for the state senator-hip,
and could do so again, no doubt; but they
will probably not presume to question Al
xander county's ability to furnish equally
good material. They should not deny to
Alexander tbe honor to which she u in-
titled. It is said that as Union county had
the senator twice, Jackson county should
also have it another term; but there is no
equity in this for Alexander county, which
has not bad the senatorship at all, and has
borne the slight gracefully, making no
naughty demonstrations ot any kind.
Jackson county wants an appropriatiou
from the next legislature, an 1 it may be
that for this reason she will be loth to give
up the senatorship to the rightful claimant,
Alexauder. But Jackson need not fear for
that appropriation. The rebuilding of tbe
normal school is not a local matter; it is of
vital importance to the whole southern half
of the state, and will have the hearty sup
port of the representatives from the coun
ties comprising what is known as S .uthern
Illinois. Jackson ceunty will get the ap
propriation if a good cause and the com
bined efforts of Southern Illinois senators
and representatives can tfiv it to her, and
she therefore can well afford to "tote fair"
with her neighbors in the matter of the
Do Yon Want to Bay a Fine
Silver Plated Caster,
Silver Plated Buttek Dish,
Silver Plated Knife,
Silver Plated Ice Pitcuek,
Silver Plated Cup,
Silver Plated Goblet,
Silver Plated Cake Stand,
Silver Plated Bekky Bowl,
Silver Plated Tea Set ?
If so, it will pay you to send six cents for
postage for the magniticently illustrated
catalogue of tho
MERMOD & JACCARD JEWELRY CO.,
Fourth and L'icust Sts., St. Louis, Mo.,
And learn at what low prices they sell tbe
beautiful goods there illustrated.
When in St. Louis Call on Them. (4)
"hazel kiuke" to-night.
The company presenting it this time i'b
one ef great merit, contaiuiug among its
members the veteran, C. W. Couldock (tjio
original "Dunstan"), Mrs. E. L. Davenport
(mother of Fanny Davenport), Miss Ada
Oilman (conceded to be the brightest
soubrette on the stage), Miss Russell (tbe
ideal "Hazel"), De Wolf Hopper ("will
you permit me?") J. U. Graham (from the
leading London theatres, and principal sup
port of Mrs. Langtry lust season), W. II.
Cromptora (the kind hearted " 'Squire Rod
ney"), Cecils Rush (the original "Barney"),
and others, being by all odds tho best cast
the Jay has yet seen, as well as ono of the
strongest company's traveling.
Coi.iMBia, O., Fab. .Senator Elliott
let loose a dynamite cartridge tn tie 8en
ate in the shape ot a resolution to submit s
license aniendra-ut to the constitution at
the October eleeiion, 1883. It reads: "The
General Assembly shall have full power to
provide by law for tbe regulation ot the
liquor traffic under a license system, grading
the amount paid by the extent of business
done by persons eugaged In tbe traffic,
and (living tbe Genoral Assembly full
power to make all needful regulations for
carrying luto effect tbe object contemplat
ed." The resolution was ordered to be
An Impromptu Blase.
Cincinnati, Feb. 0. Great excitement
was created at the corner ot front and Elm
streets by an Impromptu fire occasioned by
some one throtvius; a bucket ot hot coals in
to the water which Ignited floating oil.
Tin1 Honrs reached a height of fifty feet
ami spread with lightning rapidity to quite
u distance. I'eoplo standing In olote
proximity were unable to retreat and were
more or less scorched. None dangerous
ly. No further danger. Navigation Is at a
stand still. Lvory body Is preparing tor the
norst. At noon tbe river Is still rising
and marks titty-nine feet three in
ch's. Found tinllly.
Milwaukee, Wis., Feb. 6. William
I'u-tz and M.ilone McCallagh, bey brig
ands were found guilty on a charge of as
sault to rob and murder a street car
THE HIV I KK CAKMVAL.
I'orntnl OpouiuK ol tbe Icy Feetlval al
Mom heal, Que. , Feb. 6. The winter
carnival opened bere Monday morning un
der the brightest auspices, so far as tbe
wi'a'her was concerned, as It was most
propitious and seasonable. Tbe city was
early deet rated with flags and
looked as if a holiday was in pro
gress. Immense numbers of visitors,
chit ily from tbe United States, arrived since
Saturday . and the hotels are all nearly
n'.itJ. The citizens apparently are devot
ing Ukii. selves to make strangers welcome,
a tbere is practically nothing ele exciting
attention at present. For hours before the
arrival of tbe Governor-General, wblcb
took pi ice between 3 and 4 o'clock,
thuiiiands colluded on the streets through
which his Excellency and suite bad to pro
ceed lu the Windsor botel. Awaiting at
the depot was a military guard of honor,
on-l-tina; f luu men of the Third Batta
lion. Victoria Hides, headed by tbe
i-p.eiidid D;iud of the corps, and was
lrwn up in open order on the platform
iccrvcd for the train. The guard was un
der the command of Capt. Auderson and
Lieio. Bacon and Edwards. A detach
ment of sixty men of tbe city police
force i also present in tbe station
and did good service in keeping back
the crowds. Detachments of twenty
men each were a. no stationed at tbe
arch and at the Windsor Hotel, under
coinin.tiid of Sub-Cuiofs Maher and Laney.
Companies were also pottod all along tbe
route liken by tbe party. A large party of
cit zciis, beaded by ib" mayor and city
council, together with several millury of
licer n the staff, reoelved their
i:eelloncles. tbe Marquis and
Marchioness of Lansdowne.ou their arrival.
() i alintint; from the official oar tbe mili
tary hand struck up tbe National anthem,
and a, the Viceregal visitors pasted down
the platform between dense linei of citl
itenes the acclamation were most enthusi
astic. On his Excellency making bit exit
from the station the first troop of cavalry
gave the usual salute. A proceeslon was
tueii formed and proceeded to the
Windsor, the military being In the
cavalcade. All along tbe route tbe demon
ttraiions were very loud and hearty. At
the Arc de Triompbe, wblcb was unique In
Its piuturesq'ienehs, with the snow-sboers
in full national costume, like a hive of bees
covering the top and sldttt, there wat a
very marked and Inspiring greeting to the
Viceroy and tbe Maruhoiness by the great
crowds tiding tbe streets. Nuar the botel
a choir of or 3 JO persons welcomed
their Excellencies with tbe national
anthems of the Empire and
Canada. A complimentary address on
behalf ot tbe oity was presented to his
Excellency af'.er entering the Windsor by
the Mayor, who was accompanied by tbe
Aldermen. A torchlight prooesslon took
place in tbe eveulng by ths two French
Canadian snow-shoe clubs, and tbe ice
palace was illuminated. Their Excellen
cies went to the grand military ball given
by Lieut. -Col. Oswald and offljers of the
Montreal garrison artillery in tbe Queen's
Hail. The total number of visitors by
the rabways since Saturday It estimated
A DELlliEKVf E HCBUCB.
A farm Hand Killed by a German
Trump on an Island In Lake
Albany, N. Y., Feb. 0. Oscar Meyer,
alias Von l'lumberg, was arrested at the
United .Siaies recruiting station here
charged with tbe murder of Herman Kru
ser on Grand Island, in Lake Champlaln.
Kruser was a young Gorman farm band,
who left tbe island for Hi. Albans two
weeks au'o with Von Pluraberg, at the
German tramp was called, Tbe tame day
Von l'lumberg returned and endeavored
to kret possession of Herman's cloth
ing, saying that tbe latter bad frozen his
feel and wauted the in. It wat noticed
tiiat he had n Herman's legglns and rub
ber boots. His request was denied, and be
departed. He was seon next day at a
farm-house near Lapbain's Bay, where be
boiiL'ht an ax for 5'J cents and borrowed a
bandsled and a piece of rope. He ex
plained that he was going out to out a hole
in tbe Icq in order to lisb. When be re
turned the sled a day afterwards he had on
Herman's overcoat. In reply to questions
about Kruser be said be bad gone on to St.
Albans. A day after this be appeared
again al the settlement and endeavored to
(ret Merman's trunk from Wilcox, but tbe
latter refuted to deliver it except oa Her
man's order. Von Plumbery went away,
and two days later hi again returned with
an order purporting to have been written
by Herman directing bis trunk and cloth
tng to be given to Von Plumberg, but
Wilcox refused to surrender tbe articles.
Von I'lumburg huug around for a day or
two and then disappeared. In tbe mean
time tbe suspicions of tbe eommunlty bad
been arous -d. The track tbe rnen took
toward St. Albans was gone over. Blood
was found tipou tho loe, and tbe track of a
sleliih led to the hole whinb bad been out
by Von l'lumberg. Ffiday last ths body of
tbe unfortunate Kruser was brought to
View, It bad been stripped of clothing
ami was punctured with dirk wounds.
Ofllceis trac d tbe murderer bare. He
claims be is Innocent, but tbe evidence Is
Very strong sgaiatt bltA.
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
STOVES, RANGES, FURNACES,
Tin, Copper and -A.gate Ironware.
Roofing, Guttering and all kinds of work in Tin, Copper
and Sheet Iron done to order.
Nos. 25 & 27, 8th St., Cairo.
TETjirpHONK NO. 20.
Paints, - Oils, - Varnishes,
Brushes, Glass, Window Shades, Artist's Material, &c.
MAKE A SPECIALTY OF -
Mouldings, Picture Frames, CAIR0' ILL-
7 Telephone No 101
Engravings and "Wall Papers.
atMioMit or the noon.
One! the Ln Willisana UanarotDe.
braio Mnrreadereil by HI
Eau Clairk, Wis., Feb. . The noted
Pell Moon, out on ball for an alleged at
tempt to kill by tbootliif , bas been sur
rendered by bis boodtmen, and It again la
custody. He belongs to tbe notorious
Moon family. Tbe (atber of tbe family is
Silas Moon, wbo was bora In Cleveland,
Oblo. Wben 30 years of age be wat mar
ried and bit family la time oonsleted ot tea
children, all of whom survive except one.
Twenty-tbree years ao be removed
to Pleasant Valley, Wlicontlo;, and
from that time dates an
epoch of crime la tbe Vertbwest. Poverty
toon created ditcoutent among tbe child
ren. Tblt wat tbe time, tayt tbe old mas,
wben the oleVat ton, Dell, fell Into the
clutches of a man namnd Al Lanteo. Tbe
remaining six boys soon beeame In league
with tbe latter, and tbe family attraoted the
attention of the criminal world. An or
ganisation wat formed contlttlng of Dell,
Sam and George Moon, David (ieorge, and
Ed and Lon Williams. Shortly
after one of tbe incursions into Mlthouri
by tbe band a family by the name of
Cbate moved into tbe vicinity. Luoinda
Moon married David Chaie, and their son,
William Cbate, Is in Waupum for lift for
the murder ot Perry Smith at Sandy Creek
some years ago. The intermingling of the
Cases and Meant swelled the dlmentlont of
the gang, aid it It broke up late parties,
tome golug to Durand, others to Dakota,
and tbe rest remaining la tbe valley. Dur
ing tbe mouth of September Dell Moon tbot
one of his brothers and wounded a nep
hew, for which be was arrented, but re
leased en bondt, with a neighbor named
Thompton,' at turety. Now tbe latter has
decided to surrender Dell, and Sheriff
Donnell left tbe city early In tbe morn
ing and drove out out to Moon's bouse to
arrett bim. The home of tbe bandit is a
scene ot degradatloa. It Is compoted of
one room, dimly lighted, and occupied by
two beds covered with dirty trash. Tbe
walls, where thty are not hung with old
garments, are decked with dry shrubs and
evergreen bought, between which hang
Winchester rlflet and other Implements of
warfare. The Sheriff's party arrived at
Moon 't about dayllgnt, and a rap at the
door brought Moon, who was la bed, to
tbe window. lie came to tbe door with a
revolver in hit band, r-ut offered no retlt
tanoc, and wan brought to town and placed
in the county 111.
CBISP-n BULL FIGHT.
Smirr and the Colonel ExcbanglBa;
Inoepkndbnck, Mo., Feb. 6. The
trouble about Col. John T. Crltp't Dur
ham bull baa culminated In another alterca
tion between the Colonel and bit
brotber-tn-law, John M. Smurr.
Smurr, ths persecutor of this
bull, and Col. Crisp, the bull's stauaoh
champion, met at the bouse of their mother-in-law,
which might naturally have
bean supposed to be neutral ground. But
both men were armed, aud tbere wat an
ocean of bad blood between them. They
drew tbeir revolver!, and several thots were
exchanged with mlttrelleute rapidity. Per
haps tt wat owing to tbe great nervous ex
citement under which botb men labored,
or perhaps under bad marksmanship, but
neither Smurr nor the colonel was hit by tbe
flying bullets. The Independence police
have gone on the double-quick to tbe seat
of war. Smurr't dog tbat worried Crisp's
bull bas fled to Kansas.
OFF AT A TANtJENT.
Queer freak of m Wabaah Railroad Car
Near Hllaa What Meat?
Milam, Mo., Feb. 6. Tbe Wabash train
from Ureea City to this place met with a
singular accident Wednesday morning.
Tbe car next to the engine broke loose from
the tender and also from tbe oar next be
hind It, and started out at right angles Into
the oountry. Tbe other cars closed up the
gap and tbe engineer kept on for more than
a mile before hs found out that he was dis
connected with the train. The strangest
feature about tbe whole matter was that
the disappearance of the front car never
disturbed the rest ef tbe train, not even
waktng up tbe sleeping patteogert, The
railroad men agree la saying that It was one
of the most singular freaks they ever knew.
The car tbat took a notion to run off on a
tangent was loaded with Iron, and tbe
tram at the lime was moving about 26 miles
CHASE BY GRAY WOLVES.
Illinois Hunter Running lor Hie Lite
Before Six Vlclona Brulea.
Vandalia, III., Fob. 6. Gray wolvee
are making life scarcely worth living to the
young pigs and sheep In Fayette county.
The other day Wm. Dudley, a farmer, wae
out gunning. A large gray wolf sprang
out of the bushes near him. He fl ed,
wounding the brute In ene leg. The howl
ing of the crippled animal attracted six
otber wolves, all of which showed fltrbt
vlotoutly. Tbe hunter having nothing but
an empty gun with which to defend him
self, started to run. The wolves chased
htm fully half a mile, and then turned back
CLARK & JjOVETT,
into the wooda. Several of them have been
seen tincn, but as yet none have been
caught. A busting party will atari from
Vandalia In a day or two with a view ot
taking all seven of those wolves' icalpn, and
more if possible.
fJES. JO HHELBT AO A IS MA ED.
Tho Gallatin Coort Nnllifjlna; Into
RlKbt to Bear Arma.
Gallatin, Mo., Feb. 6. Prosecuting
Attorney Wallace's case against Geo. Jo
Sbelby, for carrying concealed weapons at
tbe time of Col. Frank James' trial, was
decided in court Tuesday night, tbe Jury
bringing in a verdict of guilty. A fine of
$0 wat assessed against Gen. Shelby,
whereupon hit attorneys tiled a motion for
a new trial, tbe bond being $100. Geo.
Sbelby departed for bis home in tbe morn
ing. Eloper Holeweo Heme.
Stacxtox, Hi., Feb. 6. The otber
nlgbt It was reported that Wm. Owens,
ran away a U days ah'o with Mafits
Klock, had rHiirned. A uniuW of voitng
men with gtmi, revolvers and blU went to
charivari tbem. Ip tbe course of tbe
exerciiei tome one ired toward tbe boute
and tbe ball, a 88-ealibre, was found In
tbe sitting room next morning. Fortunate
ly it bit no one.
BLL. C. Tnnnel Caved lav.
C'aIKO, III., Fi-b. 6. Heavy ralnt caused
the tunnel on the St. Lout ft Cairo Kail
road above Joneoboro to cave in. It will
take teveral dat to clear It.
Nolleet in thii column three Itoet or let 23 cents
onetniertion or $1.00 per week.
WAWTIFnf We want men ni women ev
V Vli ILjU, errwher, to eU oor Diimoi de
No previous expertei ce necenaarr. for panic-alar-
iddrew WBAKI.E Y & BCRNKTT.
1-15 lm 237 Vine bt., Cincinnati.
Patrick T. McAlpine,
Made to Order.
6th St., bet. Ohio Levee A Commercial Ave.
OAIKO. - - - IL.L.
Repairing neatly done at short notice.
ffEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THE CITY.
GOODS SOLDVERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor. Nineteenth street 1 Pa i vm Til
Commercial Avenue f vrlllU. Ill
ART -:- CLASSES
The Woman's Club
and library Ass'n.
Clats In Oil Painting, under Mrs. G , Fisher.
Clues in Wood carvlni;, Kopunsse In Brats, Etch
Ing an Model ng, Mrs F. Korsmeyer. Cleo In
Freehand Drawing, Cbarcoal, Crayon and battel
Work. Mr. K. M. Houifh.
For term and arrangements apply to Instrnctore,
or to tbe Secretary of the Woman's Club and
136 &138 Oom'l Ave.
have received a futl and complete line
ot new Fall and Winter
Cloaks, Dolmans, Notions, Etc.
A heavy itock of Body Bruttolt, Taper
trios and Ingrain
fall stock of Oil Cloths, all slses and prices.
Clcihing & Gents' Furnish'g Goods
A fniland complete etock it now being
eloted ont at great bargains .
All tiooda at Bottom Prloeej!
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