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Sotie-s to tais eoiuma. eig
Intend Bve csnu per I1M nelubmiHtta
fl on. for one wk. SO cents Hfl'M. Foe one
month. 80 esut psr Una
Person who under the ordinance are
required te py hceDie for following their
occupation and who have aot complied
with ttie ordinance inn year, are request
ed te do eo at once, or they will be pro
cuted. L. H. Mtem,
1 1 City Marabal.
will buy a eooJ meal cooked to order, at
Millinery Stock and Fixtures for Sale.
T will ull tar entire at.ck of millinery
and the atore fixturea at a eacrifice; the beet
bargaioe ever oflered. Tne etock new
and well eelected. Will aell all ato
eetber on terms to euit the purchaser, or
will retail good at lower price than ever
before aoid. I must close out bulnea on
account of ill health. Call if yon want bar
Kainll Ma. C. McUah,
8th St., bet. Washing -i; and Walnut.
will buv a good meal cooked
to order at
New York Store Company,
C. W. Henderson,
W. B. Pettia,
E. B. Pettit,
W. L. Bristol,
G. F. Ort & Co.,
Stratton & Bird, "
for Chess Carley Company' fn'u
"Fire Proof Oil."
Saddle Rock Oyster at DeBaun 38 Ohio
Lejal Blanks Kept For Sale
at Thk Bcllktis office.
Special Warranty Deed,
Real Eatate Mortgage,
Executions, Summons, Venire,
Garnishee Blanks, fcc.
will buy a good meal cooked to order at
itacKien's Arnica salte
The Best 8al?e in the world for Cut,
Broieea, Sore, Ulcer, Salt Rheum, Ferer
Boree, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblaina,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and poitiTely
cure Pile. It i guaranteed to give per
fect Mtiafaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cent per box. For ale by Barclay
Restaurant and Oyster Hoaee,
Sever Give Up.
If you are suffering with low and de
pressed spirits, loss of appetite, generl
debility, disordered blood, weak constitu
tion, headache, or any disease of a bilious
osture, by all mean procure a bottle of
Electric Bitter. You will be urprised to
see the rapid improvement that will follow;
you will be inspired with new life;atrengtb
and activity il n turn; pain and misery
will oar, and henceforth you will rejoice
in the prie of E!--tric Bitter. Sold at
f' 'n' i l'ii- y Btrc'y Bp (5)
i -iiot. nd wbthr ourk4 or aot, if ealea
,. n fotrs-dio n'. business Isitwsst are
Local on third page.
Service to-day in the Presbyterian
church by Rer. Patteron.
Ice, woed and kindling, at (St? Brew
cry, Jacob Elee. tt
All about the rivers, a they stood yes
terday afternoon, may be seen at th head
of the river column on third pag.
We are still ready to ell our entire
tock of clothing. G A Istioe & Rocenwater
There will te no service at the Episco
pal church to-day, because of the absence of
Rector Davenport who la in Chicago.
Several hundred pounds f newspa
pers for sale atTHi BcLxrrijr at 0c a
pound for the lot. tp
Ejjg are forty cent per doten in Chi
cago, thirty cent here; and th hen are
tending around idly in the n baryard.
Full stuck and complete aampl book
of wedding invitation, etc., just received at
Thb Bcluctis job office, No. 78 Ohio
Mr. Albert 0. Allen, proprietor of the
New Madrid Record, waa in the city yes
terday on hi way home from 8t Loui,
where lie had been te look 4fter the politi
cal interests of hi ectito of the State.
On and after to-day the St. Louie Iron
Mountain and Southern railroad passes,
ger train, 683, will arrive at Cairo U .40 a
m. instead of 0 4D a. m. No change in de-
parting in the evening. Train leave u
heretofore, 10 :30 p. m.
Mr. Henry W. Mann, advance agent of
August Daly's company of artists, was at
the Holiday yesterday. Hi company ap
pear at th Opera House here on 14th
iut, and play M7-20 8" r "Casting the
Boomerang." The company it now in St.
Louis, playing at the Grand Opera Bouse
The ateamer Baton Rouge lying at the
wharf with a barge night before laat, we
erionaly inconvienced by drift wood when
be waa about to move out. She and the
barge were eo encumbered with heavy drift
that he waa completely helples tor a
while and we taken a considerable dis
tance down itream before the could be con
Capt. W. P. Hallidey 1 expeeted
home to-day. He telegraphed a follow
from Chicago yesterday forenoon : "Signal
Ohurvsr it Wish! no-ton sava river will
reach it greatest height Monday or Tues
day. Fallen 10 feet at Pittsburgh last
night. Freezing here."
' The Krew haye appointed two aets of
committee to take charge of their Phan
torn Ball to De given Mardi Gra night at
the Mvstic Krew Hall and Temperance
Hall. They are young men who under
stand the duties of their positions thor
oughly and every one who attends hai
therefore a guarantee that they will enjoy
themselves thoroughly. It
Mr. S. M. Waiver. ezDres ajrent at
Helena, Ark, formerly holding the ame
position on th Iron Mountain road here,
and Mia Kffie Coleman, one of the popu
lar and accomplished society belle of thi
city, are to be married next Wednesday in
thi city. No card are out a yet, but it
i understood that the ceremony will occur
at the Methodist church.
A parlor social was given at the resi
dence of Mr. J. H. Jonea, corner of Eleventh
and Walnut atreeta Friday night, in honor
of Mi Ada Letter. About twenty-five
young people were present, who pasted the
time in the manner usual to occaaien
where yeuth, health and beauty meet. Dan
cing wu one of the mean to the end and
nice supper wi another. The party
didnt break up until after midnight.
So far thi year very few of those re
quired to pay license for doing busineas in
the city have complied with the ordi
nance in this respect, and Marshal Myers
give them final notice in special local col
umn thi morning. A yet only three drey
men, one hackman, one teamster, and one
insurance agent have paid. Delinquents
ahould take notice and pay up before it is
too late to aave cesta.
Chicago Journal : There i much quiet
but earnett talk among the Democrats in
the interior of thi State, we are eesured, in
favor of Mr. John H. Oberly, of Blooming,
ten, a their candidate for Governor. Mr.
Carter H. Harrison had better lookout
there' a lion in hi path." The Journal
know whereof it speaks and it speak
truly. Mr. Oberly would be a "lion" in
the way of bis Republican opponent also,
and would devour him a the lion of bible
fame devoured the naughty children who
ridiculed a man of God a bald-headed
anceator of Sir. Oberly'. Egypt would
wing into line nobly for Gov. Oberly.
With the laat issue of the Cairo., aad
Mound City Aczieger the name of th pa
per i ehanged to the "Cairo Anxeiger"
imply. The reason for thi as given in the
Anxeiger itself is, that the citizen of
Mound City, with few exception, fail d to
show any interest whatever in Mr. Lob
man's undertsking. This is to be regret
ted, not only for Mr. Lohman'a sake but
tor the sake of the many Geiman citizens
in Hound City and Pulnaki county who
ahould have shown enough public spirit to
eztend a blpmg hand to an enterprise so
w nby and beneficial as a newspaper in
thsir native language must have bu. The
"Anziger" rslievea now principally upon
the uusiueee men of Cain and Alexander
county for support and it will probably re
ceive from them wbtt it deserve.
No matter bow hard the time may
be, or how scarce money rray be, humanity
will extract a certain amount of enjoy
ment even under the most advene circum
stances. Our pleasure and pastime are
governed by the length of our puree. Rec
ognizing this fact, the Mystic Krew have
sensibly concluded to forego costly mas
querade thi season and aubctitute there
for phantom dance, that will furnish th
greatest amount of mirth and hilarity for
the leut possible cot. Their forthcoming
phantom dance on Mardi Gru night at
Mystic Krew and Temperance Hall prom
ise to be the event f the ean and will
bejth laat opportunity until after th lenten
aeon for a night of pleasure. Th same
care that the Krew have alway eiercised
in conducting their ball, will be carried
out in the coming Mardi Gra Phantoms.
Tbia ia a quarantee that only those who are
wanted will be preaent. It
Mr. Pater Duffy appeared before Jus
tic Osborn yesterday complaining that her
husband had again driven her and the
children from their home and barred their
return. Peter Duffy ia famous in local pel.
ice circle. He baa been arrested and pun
ished frequently for drunkenness and dis
orderly conduct. Hi favorite mean of
amusement when a little "boozy" seemed
alway to be to belabor hi
wife and children and drive
them out into the cold, celd world, and
heretofore be was received all the abuse and
punishment, and tbey the aympatby and
protection. But the officers htv discovered
that Peter ia not a much to blame as he
was alwayathouKht to be and that Mra. Duffy
is not to deserving of sympathy and aid.
oeverei citizens we may tty many of them
wh have given the weaker portion of
in uuny family much substantial aid and
given Peter much verbal abase, will lean
with diiappointmsnt and regret that their
aympatby and aid have been unworthilv
btowed, at leut to far as Mrs. Duffy ia
concerned. Sh is one of the unworthy
leeches upon the charitable pub-
CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNTN'Q, FEBRUARY 10; 1884
lie, which organized charity ia
intended to discover and expose.
Sh ia the prime cause of the little family
circuses periodically inaugurated by Peter,
and aha ia perhaps most to blame. The
children, four in number, are probably the
only onea who deserve any sympathy and
if there is any authority for it they should
be nut where thev could not be contami-
nated by the evil practices of the mother,
Several kind tamiliea took charge of two of
the little ones some time ago, intending to
adopt them. Tbey clothed them nicely
and treated them as members of the family;
but when aeveral months bad elapsed and
the children were just beginning to feel at
home and had coat their benefactors
four or five times what their services could
possibly have been worth, the mother would
send bills for wage for her children, end
whea she was refused payment, would de
mand the return of her children who would
be torn from nice homes and enobling in
fluence and plunged again into domestic
wretchedness and moral leprosy. The
presence of the cLildren has prevented the
officer on aeveral occasions from giv
ing Mrs. Duffy a term In the calaboose
Peter is a hard working fellow when sober
and his spells of intemperance, though in
excusable, are generally superinduced by
aome new discovery of hi wile' infidelity.
According to latest advices the situa
tion in Padtcah was growing steadily
won line yesterday morning end the peo
ple, thot few who were not completely in
sane with fetr and pursuing their ailly ef
fort to ave the town in a blind
mechanical way, have given up all hope of
averting complete destruction of the
town. The women and children are in a
frenzy ot excitement and rush from their
tottering houses into the streets, up to their
knees in water. Seven little children, four
ot.them girls, were drowned in the princi
pal thoroughfare yesterday morning, while
the mothers stood at the third atory window
wringing their bands and screaming unable
to aave their darlings, and strong men
stood quietly by, paraliztd with terror at
th impending torrent of waters that waa
sweeping through the streets, carrying the
little ones out of sight in a few minutes.
Those who were furtunato enough to get
their borne thoroughly calked before the
water rose high enough to float them, have
their house anchored to the ground.
and are rocked about as in a ship upon a
stormy sea. Hog;, cows, and even horse
live in the same rooms with families, and a
gentleman who came down on the Fowler
yeaterday related a blood curdling incident
that occurred in one of the bouse thus oc
cupied. A horse became frightened at the
unusual confusion around him, and in hi
terror rushed wildly through the house
knocking down petitions, killing the wite
and mother, stamped the life out of two
little Infants lying in a cradle and breaking
through the floor caused the bouse to aiuk
and everything in it to be swept down the
stream. Similar heart-rendering incidents
ate of hourly occurrence and yet th au
thorities refuse the aid so magnanimously j
tendered them by Mayor Halliday and the
authorities of Brooklyn and Mound City. I
The principal part of the city ia sweet
away. Amung seventeen wrecks counted
aa they floated by in the river here yester
day, wan seen that of the new custom house
and postoffice recently put up there by the
government at great expanse, for no other
reason in the world than to make a place
for another customs official who would yell
for the gr-rand old Republican party and
manage the custom house as
a "fense" for the partisan machine which
would rob the overflowing federal treasury,
through this official, of stipulated sums
every quarter in the form of "assessments1'
for partisan political purposes. Shade
trees, now bar of foliage, are at a premium
in the almost deserted village. Tbey
are the only things that afford
asfe retreata for the unfortunate people, and
they are all thickly inhabited. Mothers
have tied their younger off-spring up in
shawls, meal sack and pillow slips, and
suspended them from the strong limbs,
with ssbrellas over tbem to protect them
against rain; sad the poor little infants,
blissfully unconcious of their dangerous
situation, smile gleefully or slum
ber sweetly under th influ
ence ef the gentle motion given them by
tormy gusts of wind. Th more well-to-do
citizens who remain have canvasses thrown
over their tree, and hammock stretched
from limb, to limb in whiclitheylive in stat
f comparative comfort. The Paducah News
come forth as usual and for tbia th man
ager of that institution deserve all praise.
Tbey labor under great difficulties. An
old balloon waa procured, it waa in
flated with one of the local editors tffu-
ion about new Paducah enterprie,and it
ahot upward into the air to the length of the
guy ropes, bearing with it a roughly con
atructed platform upon which the News
concern now luxuriatea thirty or forty feet
above th mad flood. Th local editor ia
kept busy looking over the old files for
lengthy vaporing about by-gone "booms"
to keep to old balloon aupplied, but he oc
casionally find time to relieve his stomach
of an exceaa of gall aud the New general
ly beara evidence of hi billioua expector
ations, In the torm of lying aquiba about
A remedy resting ou the baaia of intrin
sic worib demand ttie confidence of all.
Dr. Bull'a Cough Syrup ia known and used
A. tl t- l . .It.
noil aaiiBiaciorny mruugnoui tne land, as
is attested by it great (ties. Your drug
gilt keeps it.
Whbbuko. W. fa., Feb. t.-Tse
iceae in this otty le iDdeeortbable, aad n
pea ean do it JusHee. Th reeUeaU ot tt
iodtd portlms have bees well provided
tortatbe shape ot food. Aa the water
subtlest the amount of dettntotlon to be
seen Is appal llnar. The ire entiles are em
ployed washing off the mud from the
streets, as tbe water falls. Tbe relief
steamers tbal went down the
river to Beu wood, Moundsvlllo aud Bellalre,
have not yet returned at tbia writing, 12
o'olook noon. They bad on board a plenti
ful supply of provisions, and none In need
of food will suffer. Tbe worst points are
above this city especially the town of
Wellsburg. As far as la known at thi
time no lives are reported lest.
FIRING ON SBLIEF BOATS,
Wbkui4.no, W. Va., Feb. 9. The
water bas reeeded to forty-eight feet, leav
ing tbret Inches of slimy mud over the
deserted street. The gas will
be turned on tbia evening, but a water
famine is threatend with ao protpeot of
relief before Monday. Tbe boms sub
serlptlous for tbe relief of the destitute
have reached $6,000, and plenty more is
available. Provisions are holding out well
and tbe promise ot restored oemmunloa
ton with tbe ouulde world Is bright. Re
lief parties have gone to Benwood and
W.lls. burg by steamboat, and at West
Wheeling, over tbe river, boats were pre
vented from landing by the inhabitants,
beuded by State Senator Wagner, firing
on tbs boat. Tbey feared a awash of
waves would further injure the submerged
Tbe Whole Block Hast G.
WBKBUNO, W. Va., Feb. 9. E. P.
Rhode's flouring mill at Bridgeport is on
fire. From tbls side of the river It looks as
if tbs wbole blook of ten houses must go.
It Is two miles from the city, and aa tbe
engines are employed at home tbey connot
reach tbe seene.
Whkkhno, W. Va., Feb. 9. The first
report sent out abont tbe fiie in Bridge
port, opposite this oity, were In a mrasure
uncertain, owing tetbe laok of communica
tion between tbe cities. It is now ascer
tained that tbe fire caught in Wells &
Dent's drug store, caused by the explosion
of chemicals. It then eommunioated to
tbe liollowgy block, containing ten bouses,
and at this writing the bouses are all ablaze.
The relief steamers having gone down tbe
river to succor tbe distressed, It Is impos
sible to reach tbe fire. It tbe fire is not
checked sooa it will sweep away tbe bouses
of Branura & Bona, S. A. Junklns, tbe
Sherman House and othsr houses on ton
north side of tbe pike.
fleeting of Hlaars Aaaetatlon.
P1TT8BURO, Feb. 9. Oeorge Harris,
President of the National Executive Board
of tbe Miner Association, bas called a meet
ing of tbe president of the different State
organizations to be held in 'this city Feb.
11. Tbe object of tbe meeting Is to take
sucb action as is required by tbe miners,
interests. Just wbat tbia will be tbe offi
cers here refuse to state. Representatives
fromObio, Iowa, Maryland, Virginia and
Illinois will be preient.
Gtbaea Morderona ieatlouay.
Richmond, Mo., Feb. 9. Lawt Gib
son, colored, went to Col. Kit Garner's
residenoe and calling out a young colored
woman, Lither Pollard, from tbe servant's
quarters, sbot ber dead. Gibson bad been
tbe womaa'a lover and murdered her in a
fit of jealouiy. He ta In Jail. The trial of
Miller for the EviUlaer murder is set tor the
15tb Inst., but it is doubtful if tbe case
will be taken up at tbls time.
Crlef for Hi Dead Wife.
Vandalia, III., Feb. 9. Andrew Gun
delfinger, of Kansas City, woo was visit
ing in Greenville, lud., made an unsuc
cessful attempt to take bis own lite by
ibootln; himself once ia the right side and
again in (be mouth, lie was alive at last
accounts, but bis death ia expected hourly.
Grief over tbe loss of his wife, who died
recently, it is thought prompted his at
tempt at suicide.
Was It Croncar
Jackson, Mieh., Feb. 9. Tbe doctors
think Detective Brown, who was sbot last
night, Is not fatally wounded. Brown
thinks It waa Jud Croucb who did tbe
shooting, although he will not swear t It.
Tbe report tbat Jud Crouch and a hired
man named McCullum bad been arrested
are untrue. The officers are confident that
it was not done by Croucb.
Mew Ywrat Bank attatement.
Loans, increase $ 8,074,000
Specie, increase 4,274,000
Legal tenders, decrease 6,V,i,0
Deposits, increase 87U,0'JO
Circulation, dejreaso 92,000
Reserve, Increase 1,70(3, OH)
Bank now bolda in excess of legal
ralllos; Vessel Kills aad Injures 8ev
eras Hhlp Builders.
Watbrtown, N. Y., Feb. 9. The old
ship New Orleans, recently sold by the
Government on tbe stocks at Sackett's
Uarber, fell. John Oates was Instantly
killed, Ralph Godfrey, Mf Jeffrey and a
man named lieeraans seriously Injured.
Collided on m Bridge.
St. Joseph, Mo., Feb. . Two freight
trains on the C, B. & Q. Collided on
bridge over the Nis hnabotna, near Haw
thorne, Iowa, last night. Both trains
were thrown from tbe bridge Into the
river. Conductor Cummlnge was killed,
and Kennedy, engineer, badly Injured.
Bashaw Wtalatllna; la a Grave Tard.
JirrsRSON City, Mo., Feb. 9. lion.
Thos. P. Bashaw arrived here to-day to
attend to aome Monroe county affairs. He
aays be Is plowed with his political out
look and bas met with all the encourage
ment to be hoped for.
At Death's Ooor.
St. Louis, Feb. 9. Mr. Iieph H.
Harris, the Circuit Attorney, Is lying at tbe
point of death at Gallagher's ranch, thirty
miles out from San Antonio, Texas. IIs
friends In tbls elty hourly expected the
new ot hi death.
Santa Fi, N. M., Feb. 9. Tbe govern
ment offers a reward ot $500 tor Wm.
Moiler, a railroad man, wbo murdered
Jack L. Harriman at Wallace, N. M., De
cember 12. The murderer ie aupposed to
be in Texas.
Hew It. ! Corporations.
JarrcMOM City, Veh. 9. Tbe Secre
tary of State taauea eevMfloete ot incorpora
tion to the Brolaell Veorhls Flnanslel
company of St. fcoait, oapltal $1,000; ant
to the Apes mtaaaf oeaafaay of St. l
7, 31, 33.
WM. M. DAVIDSON
DEALER I2ST '
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Roofiu;:, Guttering and all kinds of work in Tin, Cottar
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Brushes, Glass, Window Shades, Artist's Material, &c.
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Engravings and "Wall Papers.
A BLOODY BAiTLK
In th Prlnolpal Street of Hot Springs,
Three Brother Attaoksd by Desperate
Gambler Winchester Rifles and
iShotlQuas the Weapons.'
The Killed and Woaadetf-Intenee Ei
eitement aad Threata of
Hot Sphinos, Ark., Feb. 9. At 11
o'clock this morning tbe long expected col
lision between tbe Frank Flyn aud A. S.
Doran factions occurred with bloody re.
suits. At tbe bour mentioned a buck con
taining Flyn and bis two brothers, Jobn
and William, were fired Into on Lower Ceo
tral Avenue by tbe Daran force. Flyn and
bis brothers returned the fire. Doraa's
crowd kept up a merciless fusllade, wbieh
added to the spirit ot tbe team, which
dashed down tbe street at a headlong ptoe.
Tbe result is the killing of Jobn and fatal
wounding of William, and the serious
woundln? of F. B. Hall, tbe back-driver
and alo B nert Hargrove and J. H. Craig.
KraukFiyn was shot tbrouicb tbe band. Tne
Doran crowd conslfted of Doran and tbe
two Pruitt brothers. An indignation
meeting of citizens was held and prompt
step were taken to rid ike city of
tbe desperadoes. Tbe participants are un
Hot Springs. Ark., Feb. 9. A ter
rible tragedy was enacted on our main
street this morning about 11 o'clock.
Three brothers Frank, Jack and William
Flynn, were proceeding borne In a back,
whn a party of smu men arrived with
double-barreled shot-guns and Winches
ters and stepped out from the door of a
a saloon and opened fire. The Fly ns were
armed, but tbe attack waa totally unexpect
ed. Jack was abot tbrougb the
forehead by a ball from a Winchester and
died in a few minutes. Wm. Flynn was
shot through tbe breast with a Winchester
and is probably fatally wounded. Frank
Flynn received a shot through the band,
inflicting a Nliicbt wound. Frank Hall,
the driver of tbe back was sbot through tbe
neok an J died an bour afterward. Robert
Hargrave, a bytander, wm shot tbrougb
tbu breast. He will probably die. J. H.
Craig, a prominent lumber man, received a
cuirge ot buck-shot through tbe back. His
condition Is considered precarious. Tbe
iiiflk-ulty originated some weeks ago on ac
count of Frank Flynu endeavoring to pre
vent Doran from opening a gambling
bouse. It culminated at tbe time In Doran
making a cowardly attempt to
aalcate bim, falling in wblch
I e fled to the city and returned
a few pights ago. Flynu was unaware of
n in presence in the city until the fatal vol
ley wag opened. Intense excitement pre
vails, and there are strong threats of mob
bing tbe prisoners.
SEVEN WF.KB 1RRRSTKD
and are now In Jail. S. A. Doran, tbe two
Prlntt brothers, Howell and three others.
The citizens are loud(ln the condemnation
of the murderous and cowardly aot. Judge
Wood bas been telegraphed to by leading
citizens, requesting bim to adjourn court
at Malvern, and return here aud bold a
special session to try the murderers. If be
consents, tbe law will probably be allowed
to take its course; if be does not tbe citi
zens boldly threaten to burn tbe Jail and
bang tbe prisoners.
St. Louis, F t. 0. Tue Price Current
of this evening, ha the following to say
upon a question In which all are deeply in
terested at the present tlmu:
"The extremely cold weatber that iwept
over tbe entire country during tbe first
week or two of last month will no doubt
cut tbe fruit crop short to a lamootable de
gree. In answer to inquiries sent out
through the Southern and Western fruit
growl ig sections, tbe answers may be
niiiimed Urns i Throughout the State of UN
Ii.o.b, apreat fruit producer, the entire
peaob crop has been paralyzed, and not a
report can be heard to the contrary, while
apples, red raspberries and strawberrries
are in good condition; pears have
been touched to some extent, but Just bow
badly time alone will tell; cherries are re
ported an badly Injured, and blackbnnlea
and black raspberries are certainly killed as
far down as tbe snow line. In the State of
Kentucky tbe peach erop Is a total Ions;
tbls will be a bard blow on this market, A
Kentucky ie alwaya looked forward to for
a great many shlpmonts. If Mississippi
can only escape the wet fronts which gener
ally visit that Stat in the early spring, the
supply ot all kind ot fruit will be
liberal. Advices from Louisiana
say tbe prospect ure better than they
have been for alx or aeven years
past, while tbe reports from Alabama say
tbat the winter was ao severe as to almost
entirely dentroy tbe fruit crop. Through
out tbe entire Bute of Texas tbe peaob and
other fruit buda are said to be in tip-top
condition, but feara of the frost iu the
spring are felt. Arkansas hat always Uoen
a heavy shipper to tbls market, and report
from thai State say that only a small portion
CLAEK & JjOYETT,
of tbe fruit crop' was Injured by tbe cold
weather, and tbat the outlook for a bear
yield of strawberries was never better, and
tbat tbe other fruita are in good condi
tion. "The state of Alabama, the leading pro
ducer of vegetables for Northern markets,
eustalne a severe loss In tbe total destruo
tion of the cabbage crop. Tbe season la
now too far advanced to plant seed for a
later crop, and this vegetable will no doubt
bring good prices, as tbe recelpta from
other states tban Alabann are generally
"The peach crop In Missouri Iaa total
I jssj pears and sweet cherrlee are seriously
Inlured, and grapes and red raspberrlea
are also considered injured, but to what
extent can not bs determined till later.
Tbe apple crop In this State, as well as
strawberries is reported s being safe so
Chicago, Feb. 9. A. H. Dudley, an
extensive grocer on Sta'e street and Coo.
Crowles and Lansnu bis clerks were ar
reigned at tbe Armory Police Court, aad
remanded to Jail on a charge of Mtteraptlag
to burn down tbe store by ignlt
ing a barrel of wood aud kero.ine. Tbe
police say tbe evidence Is strong.
. Badly Buraed.
Pittsburo, Feb. 8. Mrs. Christy and
ber maiden daughter were badly buraed
about tbe bead aad face by tbe explosion of
aquaatity of sewer gas gaibered in a pump
1a las bouse. The gas le supposed to have
Ignited by the friction caused in workleg
NEW ADVKUTIHEM K.NTH.
Notices In this rolnmn three lines or less iS cents
one Insertion or l.(Ai pr week.
WA VTrtTH wwnt men snd women ev
1 AJl ewnert, to sell our Diamonds
No previous eiptrict.ee necer. K.ir partic
ular' address WEAKI.KY BURNETT.
1-15 lm -m Vine 8t., Cincinnati.
Patrick T. McAlpine,
Made to UrUor.
8th St., bet. Ohio Levee & Commercial Ave.
OA1KO. - - - ILL.
BepairiD? neatly done at short notice.
NEW YORK' STOKE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor. Nineteenth street I
ART -:- CLASSES
The Woman's Club
and Library Ass'n.
Class in Oil Fainting, nnder Vr. Q Fisher.
ClasH In Wood-carving, Kepons-e in Brass, Etch
ing an Modeling, Mis K. Korsmeycr. (.'lass ia
freehand Drawing, Charcoal, Crayon and Pastel
Work, Mr. E. M. Uimxh.
fr term and arrangements apply to Instructors,
or totba Secretar of the woman's Clnb and
136 & 138 Oom'l Ave.
have roeelved a fall and complete line
ol new Fall and Winter '
l UIILUU uuuuvi
Cloaks, Dolmans, Kotions, Ktc.
A he ary stock of Body Brusiele, Taper
tries and Ingrain -
k full stock of Oil Cloths, all slaes and price
Cle'hing & Gents' Furnish'g Goods
A full and complete stock la now being
closed out st great bargain. i ve1
All Ooodei at Bottom Frioeal