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THE DAILY OAIRO BULLKTIN: THURSDAY MOKKIfiTCft ' FEBRUARY 14. 1884.
'The' Daily MletiA
: SPECIAL NOTICES.
tion. Kor one wwk. J0mU perils. Jor on
month, to oaota per Um
will buy a guoJ meal cooked u order, at
New Turk Store Company,
C. W. Henderson,
W. B. Pettis,
E. B. Pettit,
W. L. Bristol,
G. F. Ort & Co,
Stratton & Bird,
for Chess Carley Coropaoy'a famous
"Fire Proof Oil."
Saddle Rock Oysters at DeBaun 58 Ohio
Legxl Blanks Kept For Sale
at Thb Bulletin office.
Special Warranty Deeds,
Real Estate Mortgage,
Executions, Summons, Venire,
Garnishee Blanks, &c.
will iuy a good meal cooked to order at
uucKien'8 Arnica salve
Tbe Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Soree, Ulcere, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It U guaranteed to Rive per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents per box. For isle by Barclay
will buy a good meal cooked
to order at
We cannot help noticing the liberal offer
made to all invalids and sufferers by Dr.
Kings's New Discovery for Consumption.
You are requested to call at Barclay
Bros' drug store, and get a trial bottle
free of cost, if you are Buffering with Con
sumption, Severe Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Bronchitis, Hay Fever, Loss ot Voice,
Hoarseness, or any affection of the throat
or lungs. It will positively cure you. (8)
. Restaurant and Oyster House,
When Doctors Disagree
It will be time enough to doubt tha relia
bility ot Kidney-Wort. Doctors all agree
that it is a most valuable medicine in all
disorders of the Livers, Kidneys and Bow
els, and frequently prescribe it. Dr. P. C.
Ballou, of Monkton, Beys: "The put year
I have used it more than ever, and with
the best results. It is the most successful
remedy I have ever used." Such a recom
mendation speaks for itself. Sold by all
druggist. See advt.
I Hop' Plasters are clean, sweet and
pleasant to us. Freeh Hops combined
with Balsams and Gums. More powerful
than any other porous plasters. 25 eta.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEM8.
K Micas la taM columns, ta oaau par Itaa,
taci tkMrtioa tad vamaer marked or sat. If ealen
Utd to fowt.nl ut mu business latateet are
Capt. Kaiser and family have gone to
Memphis to live.' The Capt awns a com
fortable residence there and will make it
his permanent home.
Ice, woed and kindling, at City Brew
ery, Jacob Klee. tf
The grand jury did not quite finish its
work yesterday. Eighteen bills were found,
however, and but two or three cases more
remain to be investigated.
Don't forget the 'social dance by tbe
Delta City Fire Ce., to-night. It
Subsequent investigation proves that
the fire at S. Mann & Bro's Tuesday night
was the result et live coal falling from the
stove and burning through the floor. Tbe
' stock was 8'jme what damaged by smoke.
We are still ready to sell our entire
stock of clothing. G ldstiae & Rosenwater
.; Mr. J. C. Steel, of The Halliday, has
'returned from Pttducah, bringing his fami
ly with him, away from tbe danger and
fearful desolation that now mark the spot
where once a village stood.
Several hundred pounds ef newepa
pers for sale at Thb Bollbtik at 6c i
puuua for the lot. tp
Tbe ladies of the Presbyterian church
have been very succeaaful in selling tickets
to their supper at Temperance ball to
night, and if those whe hold tickets don't
, get their money'! north it will be their own
Full stock and complete sample book
of wedding invitations, etc., Just received at
Thb Bollbtih job office, No. 1 Ohio
A dewn town dry goods clerk tells
this ont wo yeung ladies who met in the store
Tuesday: Said the first, "so you are en
gegedr-'ry.s.,'-,'Goodnesa met How
did yon ever muster up courage enough to
A. dispatch received by Mr. Charles
Galigber at 8 o'clock last evening from
Capt. H. W. Degan at Cincinnati, stated
that tbe river there had reached seventy feet
nd was still rising; but that only a few
anere Inches were expected.
Cobden now has a storm signal service
They receive notice of the approach of
storms from St. Louis and by means ot
flag they give the country round about
warning of their approach.
Yesterday forenoon was taken ap in
the circuit court la arraigning prisoners,
one of whom. John Loving, pleaded guilty
to burglary. In the afternoon the case of
Jacob Bradley waa taken up, and when
court adjourned last evening, the prosecu.
tion h d nearly concluded introducing its
Mr. Joe Cur7, the gentlemanly bar
keeper at Mr. Joseph Steagala's saloon for
a number of years, is in Hickman, Mi
where he will be married to day ta Miss
Genoa Frens, one of the leading belles of
the place. They will cosae to Cairo to make
their home. The Bcllktix wishes them
Tbe children of the man Jacob Levi
arrested here a short time ago by Sheriff
Hodges and taken to Cape Girardeau to be
tried for larcency, were yesterday sent to
Nealy's Landing, on the Mississippi, above
Grand Tower, where they will be met and
takea care of by relatives. There are
three of tbem, all young.
Mr. T. J. Jeffreys, of the Illinois Cen
tral, was a guest at Tbe Halliday vwterday.
fie is here to see after the interests of his
read and to inaugrate such action as may
be necessary to prevent the flood from in-
terrupting traffic on the road above this
city, or below on the Kentucky shore. The
East Cairo incline is still in use, but prepa
rations are being made at wick una to
transfer from there if tbe water rises two or
three feet higher.
Mr. Stevens, traveling reporter for the
St. Louis Globe-Democrat, was in the city
yesterday. He is on a tour of tbe flooded
district which he will "write up" graphi
cally for the great journal he represents.
He went from here to wretched Paducah
which will be the subject of his first dis
patch and probably furnish more ghastly
food for his pencil and his superior de
scriptive powers than any of the many horror-inspiring
scenes he will meet with
during the. rest ef his tour.
The steamer Gus Fewler brought down
eight families yesterday from Paducah to
be cared for here until the flood subsides so
that they can return to their new Inundated
homes. Among them were a poor widew
named Leeviss, with two little twins only
several months old and three children rang
ing frem three to six years. The tales of
suffering they told were distressing. They
were all tsken charge of by the citixens who
havs taken upon themselves the duty of
caring for the poor sufferers from our flood-
wrecked sister city aud will be given every
care until tbe waters recede.
It will not be safe hereafter for dis
pleased subscribers of the telephone ex
change to send "bet" messages to the cen
tral office because "the old thing don't
work." Manager Warner has placed sever
al of those patent hand grenades, or fire ex
tinguishers, within convenient reach of the
operator at tbe switch bosrd, who will use
them with annihilating effect upoo such
objectionable messages and their authors.
As the operator is an excellent Pitcher it
is not likely that she will miss her mark.
Subscribers should therefore approach
their instruments with awful respect and a
most conciliatory phiz.
A tramp came into police headquarters
last night before the night force had start
ed out and uked to be "run in" for the
night "Hta," spoke up one of the officers,
the council has just kicked us out of
house end home. How can you expect us
to shelter your Tbe fact is, the night
officers are not well pleased with the action
of the council in not providing a place
where they can meet to consult, or leave
their personal effects, such as overcoats,
unbrellas, etc., when the weather changes
the better during the night. Tbty
would be even satisfied with the room back
of the council chamber. The complaint is
not without reasen and will probably not
Our attention is called to a family
named Slaughter, living in a cottage away
up town, who are imposing upon some of
the charitable people of the city. The
head of the family is a large, bale, hearty
man who could well support himself and
those dependent upon him. Besides him,
there is a son almost grown, and three or
four smaller children. They were given
aid several days ago by the ward charity
committee; soon after the man cashed a
check for $8 at a neighboring store, and
soon after that one of the children was sent
to a neighbor, with a note asking for a
calico dress and pleading poverty. They
are not of the kind that should receive aid
frem the charitable.
Among the great mass of debris that
floated down the mighty Ohio yesterday
were a number of houses with doers snd
windows intact, and otherwise in good
condition. One of these was anchored near
the point below. It floated along in a state
ly manner, standing upright and drawing
only about two feet of water. Hundreds
of people saw and atopped to admire it and
wonder at it as it went by. After it had
Den landed near the point a rush was
made by the curious crowd to examine it
more closely, snd several who were well
posted in Paducah before that little town
was visited by the great disaster that swept
it from the face of the earth, among them,
we are told, Mr. W. F. Lambdin, T
Bcllbtw's river editor, recognized It at
once as one of Paducah's former palatial
residences. The first floor of the house,
and the walls for several feet above it, hsd
been tightly calked and tarred which
caused it to float so magnificently, but it
was deserted of ev ry living thing, and the
inhabitants, to judge from the fact that
furniture, etc, remained in some of the
rooms, though in a greatly confused state,
had fled in great haste. A huge hog-chain,
laahed'around a timber braced across one of
tbe windows and tbe other end attached to a
stout wooden pin that had evidently been
recently drawn from the ground, told how
the wind storm of Tuesday afternoon, strik
the few habitations remaining at Paducah,
had torn this one from its moorings and
turned it loose upon the raging flood to be
carried to a securer foundation in this city
to where most of the homeless inhabitants
of the ill-fat. d city had proceeded it.
The organ of the Paducah lyiog club,
which is now being issued frem a raft of
logs anchored over the spot where once the
Richmond house stood, has the fortitude to
declare that when the cruel flood goes
down tha work of rebuilding the town
will be immediately commenced and that
in less than five years Paducah will again
be a city of at leant a thousand prosperous
people. Tbe blind faith of the organ of
the diciples of Ananias borders on the
sublime end is in danger of reaching tbe
ridiculous. Our great and good heart
bleeds with pitty at tbe thought of tbe fear
ful shock the organ will receive when it
shall be forced to discard the thick
veil ot self-deception in which it has
enveloped itself and be confronted with
the terrible reality of complete desolation
Among the three or four men who were
picked np from fragments of Paducah as
they were carried swiftly passed this point,
was one a white man, a cadaverous speci
men of humanity with a red nose and
lying tongue. He said bis name
was Upham and as he floated by East Cairo
at a two-forty rate astraddle or tbe tree
lunch counter that had once graced a no
torious place called "The cottage by the
Sea," on one of the principal thoroughfares
in Paducah, be gave a very forcible illus
tration ot "the ruling passion strong in
death." But he was rescued and last night
was in a fair way to recover under the
kind treatment of tbe hospital attendants.
It is tbe opinion ot the attending physi
cian, however, that, while tbe poor fellow
will be cured of every other ailment, his
propensity for handling the truth in an
outrageous manner and for excessively pun
ishing bad whisky can only be cured by a
surgical operation that will insure a visit
from the sablo-winged angel of death.
At eight o'clock last night Mr. S. M.
Weaver, of Helena, Ark., and Miss Effie
Coleman, daughter ot Judge Coleman, of
this city, were united in the holy bonds of
wedlock "for better or for worse."
The ceremony was performed by Rev. J.
A. Scarritt at the residence of the bride's
father, on Commercial avenue, below
Fourth street. Only the family and a few
friends were present. Tbe ceremony was
perfermtd in the parlors which were deco
rated for tbe occasion, and when the usual
congratulations were over, the little compa
ny partook of an elegant repast, during
which much good humor prevailed.
Mr. and Mrs. Weaver will reside in
Helena, where the former has a lucrative
position on the Iron Mountain railroad, and
to where the congratulations and good
wishes of tbe people of Cairo will follow
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AUGUSTIN DALY'S "7-20 8,"
AT OPERA HOUSE TO- NIGHT.
It seems mete that people should turn
out to-night and tor a time forget tbe
floods which are passing our doors, and
give themselves up to laughter, fun and
Ccme one, come all and enjoy AugustiQ
Daly's splendid Comedy company in that
"7-20-8" or "Casting the Boomerang,'' a
play replete with everything that is chaste,
pleasurable and entertaining.
is very cautious and exacting, but that only
makes i'.s approval of remedies the more
valuable. Dr. A. M. Lee, of Pomona, III.,
writes at length ot a case of Neuralgia
which had defied the best medical treat
ment in the country. He tried Athlepheros,
and watched the result with great interest.
His last letter read thus: "I have thor
oughly effected a cure in the case reported,
and am satisfied that Athlophoros is an
efficient and safe romeily in the severest
forms of neuralgia and Rheumatism."
Washington, Feb. IS The Choir laid
before the 8eaate s Commaoteatlon from
Secretary of the Navy In relation to tbe
amount that should be paid contractors for
tbe occupancy of the yards by double tur
retted iron-elads and for the eare thereof.
Hale reported adversely rrosa tbe Naval
committee a bill appropriating, $900,000 for
tb Greeley relief expedition.
Senator MoPherson who Introduced tbe
bill was disposed to take the sense of tbe
Seuate on It. Be thought It would be well
for tbe Seoretary of the NaVy should un
derstand tbe expenses of tbe axpedltlon
should be limited m proposed. Hale said,
tbe question bad been dttposed of yester
day. He hoped It wouldn't be re-opened
and moved to Indefinitely postpone the
bill. "I have information from respon
siblo persons" said MoPberson, "that tbe
amount to which the bill limits tbe appro
prlatlon will be even more than Is needed
to carry into effect the Joint resolution ot
yesterday. I hope the bill wilt not be in
definitely postponed." "Let us have a
vote and get it out ot the way," said Hale.
Tbe bill waa then indefinitely postponed,
by a vote of 117 yeas; 26 nays.
Washington. Feb. 18. Senator Voor.
bees baa offured a resolution, which went
over, directing the Seoretary of tbe Interior
to withhold for the present his approval of
the patents or certificates for lands selected
by tbe Northern Pacifio railroad In lieu of
others said to bave been lost under tbe set
of July, 1804. A preamble to tbe rendu
tion sets forth that t he rights ot settlers
might be injuriously affected by suob ap
Washington, Feb. 13. Mr. Warner
offered a resolution directing tbe Committee
on Appropriations to inquire why tbs Joint
resolution, passed Monday, for tbe relief
of tbe sufferers of tbe Ohio floods, was not
sent to the Senate for the signature of tbe
presiding officer until late yesterdayafter
noon. He desired to know why so much
valuable time was lost.
Mr. Coegrove hoped the committee would
also inquire why the House debated tbe
Joint resolution the entire day when Iteould
bave been passed In ten minutes. Tbe
resolution wa referred. .
Sensational Divorce Bait.
Rochester, N. Y., Fob. 18. A high
ly sensational suit for limited dlvoroe is
down for trial In the equity term of the Su
preme Court to-morrow. tJodfrev Tallin
ger, over 76 years of ago, for nearly half a
century a respeoted oltlaen of Rochester,
is tbe plaintiff. He is reputed worth from
$75,000 to $100,000, and as bis first wife
died without leaving any ckildrea, and he
was fust approaching dotage , It is claimed
be was oonsldered a fine catch by
an adventurers. Mary Aon Steer, the de
fendant in tbe aotlon, was tbe divorced
wife of Thomas Steer, of Kalamaspo,
Mlcb. She married Mr. Tallinger Septem
ber 18, 1881. Iu his complaint he makes
tbe following allegation: That be has for
a long time been a sufferer from asthma
and other diseases! that defendant Is about
40 years of age, very strong and powerful
for a womaa, and much stronger tban
plaintiff ; that she is of very violent tem
per, and avaricious and greedy In her dis
position; that within a tew months
after tbelr marriage she demanded
HO, 000, and commenoed to abuse and ill
treat bim for refusing to comply with the
request, threatening to knockout his brains
and do bim other bodily harm; that tbia
conduct became so violent as to endanger
bis life and render It entirely unsafe for
him to live with her: tnat July 20, 1383,
she threatened to whip him within an inch
ot bis life. He asked ber not to lay violent
hands upon htm. Sbo theieupon heated
a poker and threatened to make a
mark on bis body that be would
carry to tbe grave. Suiting her action to
the word she assaulted him with a poker
and burned bis arm. In eonseqnence of
this aiisault be entered into a written con
tract with ber whereby she agreed that
she would absent herself continuously
from bis residence; that she would not
commnnicate with bim or molest bim or
make any olalm upon him in any manner,
or against bis estate after death, or at
tempt to contract any liability
on bis account. He, in consider
ation of these concessions, agreed to pay
ber, and did pay ber, $6,000. After receiv
ing the money and absenttng herself until
February, 1888, she demanded more money
and threatened. In case of refusal, to re
main and annoy and torture him into com
pliance; that she did return, and has con
tinued to abuse him ever since.
Tbe defence allege misconduct on the
part of Tallinger as a defense. Mrs. Tal
linger swears be agreed before tbelr mar
rlage, verbally, to pay her $10,000 for
marrying bim. He was a leading member
of tbe Methodist church, and she bad great
confidence in htm. Tbia confidence waa
rudely shocked when be, on the morning
after tbe wedding, confessed to bis intimate
relations with a young lady of the
household. Mrs. Tallinger swears, also.
that, although aged and Infirm, be made
repeated assaults on two servants and two
otber young girls. In one case be bad to
pay bush money; also, that he employed a
person to lead Mra. Tallinger astray, in
order to obtain evidence for a divorce.
Eminent counsel are engaged in tbe case,
Charleston, III., Feb. 18. A groat
sensation baa b6en caused in this town by
the marriage of Rnfua Compton, son ot a
retired merchant, and Miss Jennie Par
sons, who bad not been as prudent as she
should bave been, if rumors be true.
Compton has been rather Intimate with her
for some months, and about two weeks ago
learned tbat Miss Parsons was In a delicate
condition for which she blamed him.
Young Compton explained tbe case to bis
father, and asked his advice as to whether
be should marry tbe girl or not. The old
man became furious, and told his son that
If be married ber he would disinherit him
In bis will, thus cutting bim out of $10,
000. Rufus, knowing no other way In
wblch he could make amends, mar
ried tbe girl and bade his father
Bevlval lo Treatoa.
Trenton, Mo., Feb. 12. Rev. Edward
James, late of England, closed a very suc
cessful revival of five weeks' duration in
the Baptist church Sunday. Over 150
persons professed conversion. Thirty of
the new converts were baptised In the
Grand river, the lee being out for the oc
casion. Other ehurahos In the olty have
beld revival meettogs, resulting in many
TIM War Sasaa.
Louisville, III., Feb. 18. Rev. J. O.
Dee, assisted by the Bef. Ravenoroft, of
flora. Is holding a series of revival meet
ings to tbe kfethedist oburob In tble vil
lage. The bouse is thronged every even
STOVES, RANGES, FURNACES!
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Roofiiijr, Guttering and all kinds of work in Tin, Cotrjr
aud Sheet Iron done to order.
los. 27, 31 & 33, oSSSk
tkijUphonk no. so.
Paints, Oils, - Tarnishes,
Brushes, Glass, Window Shades, Artist's Material, &c.
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IKngravings and Wall Papers.
TO RAZE THE FORTS.
Gen. Gordon'B Plan to Becatture Khar
toum if That 0it is Lost.
Jladatone anadranrtllo Opposed 10)
Increasing England's It.
London, Feb. 13. The order Issued
making Asslot tbe prlnolpal point for con
centrating military atores tor Egypt baa
Earl Qrauvllle has ordered tbe English
officers who started for Asslot to return to
Cairo and await further orders.
London, Feb. 18. Dlscusslug tbe fall of
Slnlut, the Times says: "Tbe first stroke
of the whip has fallen, and all England
tingles with tbe pain of tbe blows. If no
change h announced in tbe ministerial
policy tbe gathering dissatisfaction in tbe
country will bave a serious and perhaps
dedal ve effect on the division In tbe Iiouse
of Commons upon Sir Stafford Northcote's
motion of censure."
GLADSTONE AND GRANVILLE OBJECT.
London, Feb. 13. It Is reported tbat s
majority of the Cabinet are urging more
vigorous action in Eypt. Gladstone. Earl
Granville and some other members of tbe
Cabinet are opposed to Increasing En
EXPLODE THE FORTS.
London, Fob. 13. Qen. Gordon has
sent word to Col. De Coetlogon, directing
bim, if unable to hold Khartoum to ex
plore tbtforti in order to faoilltate the re
capture of the city.
THE KHEDIVE DEEPLY AFFECTED,
LONDON. Feb. 13. Tbe Kbsdlve Is re
ported as deeply affected by tbe massacre
London, Feb. 13. Mr. Bradlaugb has
Issued an address to tbe electors of North
anipton for tbe re-election of Elchards, who
once before gave Mr. Bradlaugb a elose
run. He w ill be the candidate of the Con
Cairo, Feb. 18. A eounell of warts
now sitting in this city arranging to dis
patch troops to Suaklm. The excitement
here and in Alexandria Is intense. Orders
have been issued for tbe enrollment of
Europeans, and large numbeis are enlist
Ing on account of want of employment
and bou nty being offered.
ORDERED TO 80AXIM.
Cairo. Feb. 13. A. oounell of war Is
now sitting. Tbe departure of the British
Commissary General for Asslot baa bean
deferred. Tbe Black Watoh, Gordon
Highlanders, Sixteenth Rifles, Eighteenth
Hussars and a battalion of Egyptian troops,
with English officers and an Egyptian
camel battery manned by British artll'ery
men, have been ordered to Suaklm. Tbey
are expeoted to re sob there within a week.
Tbe British garrison at Alexandria will be
transferred to Cairo, Its place being taker
by tbe English marines.
London, Feb. 18. A Times' dlepatoh
from Berlin says: "Expressions of seorn
and Indignation are beard on every side In
reference to the Impotent and pusillanimous
British statesman, who is described as the
author of tbe Bularailan atrocities and otber
Uli Arm Waa Worth It.
Quincy, III., Feb. 18.-T. Cavansugh,
formerly brakeraan on the St. L. A K.
railroad, has brought suit to recover flO,
000 for Uie loss of his right arm In a collis
ion opposite this city.
Washington, Feb. 13. It may be put
down as certain tbat St. Louis will not get
the Democratic Convention unless greater
effort is made than is being made here now,
Chicago will get It sure unless St. Louis
wakes up. It looks at tf tbe ehances are
that Dr. MoLevn would get
A FAVORABLE REPORT
from tbe Committee on Election In his con
test with Broaduoad. Proof seems to be
plain tbat tbe ballot box was stuffed In the
Interest of Broadhead, and bis friends seem
M' DONALD ON THE TARIFF.
Ex-Senator Joe E. MoDouatd, of Indi
ana, arrived at Willard's botel. When
asked about Morrison's horizontal tariff
bill he said he had not read the bill. H
thought that Congress would pass some
bill looking to a reduotlon ot taxes, but
Just what he did not tay. He was in favor
of a reduction to suoh an extent as to leave
the treasury with Jutt to much money as to
make it necessary tor Congressmen to know
bow to spend It. The one thing be Is oer
tain of Is tbat tbe people demand a large
reduction of their burdens In the shape of
Will Oppose Horrieoa'a Bill.
Pittsburg, Pa., Feb. 13. A number
of persons, representing the mauufaoturers
and laboring meu of this section, leave for
WaxhliiKton to-morrow evening to appear
before the Ways and Means Committee to
oppose tbe Morrison tariff bill, John Jar
retl will represent tbe United States yn
CLARK & LOYETT,
plate associations, and President Welbe and
Secretary Martin the Amalgamated Assool '
atlon. Tbe iron and ateel workers sod
manufacturers of this city will be repre
sented by a special committee. Tbey will
be Joined by otber committees from differ-
ent parts of tbe State, and a vigorous fight
will be made towards having tbe bill do
feated. Should the Converse wool bill,
asking tbe restoration of tbe duty of 1867,.
psss, John Jarrett will have a bill presented -asking
a higher tariff on tin plate, cotton
lies, wli'e rods, etc.
Taking Back Laada,
Washington, Feb. 13. The House ,
Committee on Publlo Lands agreed to re
port bills declaring tbe forfeiture of tbe
land grants of tbe Ontonnarao and Brule '
River, Marquette and State Line, and Mar
quette, Houghton ana Ontonnagan rail 1
roads, tbe rights of cash and bemestead
entries to be protected, the preference'
being given to tbe latter. About 200,000
are Included in the forfeiture. Tbe com
mlttee will consider tbe Northern Paelfla
Tbe Haa for aai Xnsercaejr.
Washington, Feb. 13. Tbe Secretary
of War telegraphed the Mayors of a num
ber of towns In West Virginia, Indiana and
Ohio, authorising tbe purchase of supplies
tor Immediate use, and dlreotlng them to
make returns, properly authenticated by
Natloaal Baak C'lrcalatlott.
Washington, Feb. II. Tbe Senate Is
dlsousslng McPbsrson's bill oonotralag
Stations) bank circulation.
Notices In this column three lines or less ttceata
one Insertion or 100 per week. .
W A VT T?Ti f We w,nt meD nd women ev
" All lXiXJ 1 errwher., to fell our Diamonds
No previous experience necessary. f'r partic
ular address WEAKLEY A BURNETT.
MS lm 237 Vine St.. tlocinnatl.
St. Valentine's Dav.
to be given by tbe ladlo society of tbe Free-
b)terlnD church, at
Dinner, GO Cents.
Supper. 25 Cents.
Ice Cream and Cake, 25 eta.
A novel and interesting entertainment, especi
ally to children, will be given In tbe evening with
Valentine for old and young.
Admission to tveulng entertainment, 1') cents.
Patrick T. McAlpine,
Made to Order,
St., bet. Ohio Levee A Commercial Ave.
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Repairing: neatly done at short notice.
JEW YOKK STOUE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THIS CITY. r
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GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
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NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor, Nineteenth street I Poirn Til
Commercial Avenue UtlUOe All
ART -:- CLASSES
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The Woman's Club 3
and library Ass'i.
Class in Oil Painting, nnder Mrs. Q Fisher.
Class In Wood-carving, Kepone In Brass," Itch'
Ing ana Modeling, Mrs K. Knrameyer. - Class la
"eehand Drawing, Cbarconl, Crayon and Pastel
Work, Mr. K. M. lloUKh.
For term snd arrangements apply to in tractors,
or to the Secretary of the Woman's Clnb and
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