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TiiK DAILY (JAlliO BULL-TIN; WEDNESDAY MO-NINQ. DEOEMBEtt 10, 1814.
New Ulnlnjr Koom,
jiut opened1, H-itto's new buildino; up ativrs.
From thja dite wrttteu onltM will be re
quired tor all jjuodn purchased in tlio city
by cmplyoes, otherwise bills will not be
paid by this 3n:npHDy.
New Youk Stohe Co.
13t Iiy C. 0. Patieii.
Look for the Red Light,
at DeB&uu'i 50 Ohio levee.
C. Kocli, Manufacturer and Dealer
ia boott aud shun, keeps alws on hand t
Urge assortment of gems' ami U lies' boots,
allocs ud ruoiers ot all style ud Biz-.
Iland-tniidu good a specialty, also always
ou hand lettber aud n'udinus. It will pay
jou to call on bun before purchasing e
where. IIu prio a are very low and satis
Ileffett cn supply you with the best
Oysters io tbe city. tf
For the Best Oysters,
go to DeHauuV, 50 Onio l"vuc
Di n t let .)our little iiHiuui,' siifTi.'
wit itLat tornd cjunlil j in oUi dm.
iture atid yet bottle i Dr. Jncks-H.V
Syrup of Lungwort and Wild Chtrry. 1 1 V
so nice your ilurling will be delighted to
take it, aud it will Mop tin- cuJi, cure mi)
throat r linn,' complaint quicker thnn any
other n-niedy. Sold at 25 ., 5Uo. and $1.00
per buttle. 1
Place your orders with Ihwett for
Oysters and Fish. tf
For a Good Meal
or a good room, go to D.lliun's, 00 Ohio
An End to lioue Scraping.
Edvaxd Sh'.-p ierd, of Hurisourg, 111.,
says: "H living received so much beneti.
from Electric Bitters, I -let! it iny duty io
let suffering huiutuity know it. Have h id a
running sore on my le.; for tijjht years; iny
doctors told ni I would have to have til
bone scraped or leg amputated. I used,
instead, three bottles of Electric Hitters ami
seven boxes Bucklen's Arnica Stive, ard
my leg is now sound and we'l."
Electric Bitters ure sold at fifty cents a
b.ittle, and Bucklen's Arnica Salve-at 25c.
per box by Bird ay Br. is. (5)
Entrance to Bono's Did tiff-room,
on Commercial avenue and ou Seventh St.
Hewett's Oyster Depot, ia on Eighth
street, one door cist of Commercial. tf
KucKien's Arnica Salve
The let Salve In the world for Cuts.
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fevei
borts, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblaius,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or mom-y refunded. Price
!i5 cents per box. For sale by Barclay
Oysters, First-class, in all Styles,
at Bolto's reii'iunn). up Mairs.
Open Day and Night.
DeBaut'ii r.ji.iurant, 50 Ohio levee. t!
A Startling: Discovery,
Mr. IV oi. Johnson, of II ur n. Dk., writes
that his wife had been troubled with acute
Bronchitis for many year.', and that all
remedi-s trio I gtve no permanent relief,
until he procured a bottle of Dr. Kind's
New Discovery f r Consumption, Coughs,
andColdn, which had a inmiicul effect, and
produced a permanent cure. It is guaran
teed to cure all Diseases of Tiiroa', Lungs,
or Bronchial Tubes.
Trial B tth-i Free at Birchy Bros ' Drug
Store. Large S ze $1.00. (3)
Only tie Best Brand of oysters,
at DeBiUn's, 50 Ohio levee, tf
"iJotteh on Toothase.h"
Instant relief lor Neuruljjia, Toothache,
Faceache. Ask for "It iugli on Toothuehe."
15 & 20c.
Rush Hill, M i., Ju y 21, 1833. After
Buff-nng with tlio toothtr.hu and neuralgia
for three successive day 1 was adviwl to
try Merrell's Penetrating Oil, and after us
ing one application I e,ot immediate relief.
I would not he without it. lt-spectfully
yours, Mn. Bem.k Hick. '
L ulies wli would ream freshness an 1
vivacity. D-n"t tdl to try "Well's HeuM,
Beefher'a Bad Head.
For two in. utlis iu tin- year Henry Wurd
Beecher can't pieich. In august and S. p
tetnber he tkes hii v icatiun ami endure
the onset of the hay lever. A man wiih
bay lever im't accountable for his helium,.
He is trantic with snuffing, sne. z.ua nnd
beadaidie. Every nerve in his skuil ttirid
ith die'rcsn, and his head 1 a fountain of
tears. He lives only to fiy from sen-He to
rn'iuutain top in search of relief. This
form of calarrh (hay fiver) Ely's Cream
Balm will cure. Planed in the nostrils it
penetrates and soothes the affected parts at
once, restores the impaired senses and cre
ates healthy secretions. You cannot run
away from hay fever, but jou can drive it
iroui you by using Ely' Cream Bilin.
"Korigh on Itich."
"Rough ou Itch," cures bunions erup
tions, ring-worm, tetter, salt rheum, frosted
feet, chilllaihs. 4
Smart weed and belUdona combined
with the other ingredient used in the hist
porus plas'er make Carter's S. V. & B.
Backache piaster, the. bet iu the market.
Price 23 cents.
Opening the Fountains.
In cumber less bulbs beneath the skin is
secreted the liquid substance which uives
tlio Lair i's texture color and glocs. When
this secretion stop, the hair berotus dry
lUftreless, brittle and gray. Is that the
condition ef your hair? If to, apply Par
.kor's Ihir Balsam at ortct. It will restore
tbe color, gloss and life by renewing the
action of nturc. The Balsam U not an oil,
dye but an elegant toilet article,
' sppeclated because of its clcanll
A PEASANT'S PERFIDY,
A Russian Offloor of Noble Blrtb
Woda a EU'tfgar Who Bo
She Conspires With Hia G -neral to TbroM
Him Into Prison and Inducu Him
to Flee to America.
His Adventures and M:sfortunss In Ex le
Frnm 4fflnnr in fl Prison '
Mii-Waikek, Wis., December 0. Ic
Augt'st, lfeSl, August Bluudowiikl, u New
York theatrical man was arrested In thif
city ou a charge of forgery, aud after
short trial was sent to j.rKou for a tern:
of years. Blandowskl was u charactei
well kuowu und well thought of by the
New York theutrlcal pcoide, und for sonic
time before coming west he was one ol
tbe most successful ballet-masters
In New York. The news of bh
crime, arrest aud conviction created
quite a seusatlou In eastern theatrical
circles. Wuudowski was the victim ol
circumstances, und as there were many
palliatiug features, friends in the pro
fession ut once set schemes on foot to
secure tbe man's pardon. They have ut
last been successful In their efforts, and a
pardon from Governor Kusk reached tbe
prison last uiuht, and to-day lilundowaki
left the Institution a free mau. The
man's Htory, as learned by a correspond
ent, ItKAI'S UKE A ROMANCE.
In 1800 he came to this couutry from
P.ussla, with plenty of money anil a title, i
though au exile. In his native country he
was an officer of the Royal Guards. He
fell In love with a peasant girl of beauty,
aud overcoming parental objections,
married her. She proved to be unworthy
of bis affection, bein vain of ber tood
looks, fond of tine dresses and inclined to
coquette with the courtiers, she almost
ruined him by her extruvagauce, aud
when be remonstrated she rebelled,
lilandowski was one day arrested
aud thrown Into prison, where be was
kept for weeks without au explanation.
Then his General called Uku him and
told him that the cause of his Imprison
ment .was the discovery of Nibillatic
pamphlets at bis house. The General
said "that Illandowski's wife had begged
him to attempt to secure ber husband's
release, and it was is resjiouse to ber
request that be made the visit to the
prison. The guards had been bribed,
and arrangements made to transort blin
to tbe coast, where he could take a ves
KSCAl'E TO AMKKK'A.
Blandowskl Indignantly replied that be
was innocent, und did not need to Uy like
a criminal. Thereupon the General pro
duced a letter from the prisoner's wife
imploring blin to lly. She confessed that
the Nihilist documents were obtained
through ber instrumentality, aud in af
lecting language asked his forgivcnoij
lor bringing misfortune upon hiiu. She
asked him to accept the services of bis
General, who would prove a friend, and to
escape to .America, where she would fol
low. Wamlowski burst into t. nrs ut this
evidence ot his wife's affection. Tbe
General pn-sed a well-filled purse Into
Ids hand, and they passed the bribed jail
ers without trouble. lie reached New
York iu safety, but bis wile did not lob
low him, aud be learned subsequently
that his lmprisoinent was a conspiracy be
tween bis w ife and the Genrrnl. His w ife
planned to get hirn out of the couutry,
aud procure a divorce on the strength of
bis criminality against the Government,
so as to marry the General,
bad i.t'CK rntsi i:i him
2thls country, and his money melted
away until he was obliged to take a class
ol ballcb tlanccrs to earn enough tor his
support. Afterward bis condition im
proved and be became the proprietor ol
a theater in Denver. In IMS the build
ing caught fire, burning to tbe ground
and entirely ruining bim financially.
He then returned to New York,
and found employment ut his
former calling ot ballet master. In lesl
be came here with a party of friends, and
petting out ol money he forged the name
ol a local theatrical manager to several
notes and deposited them at tbe hotel as
security lor board. 1 he forgery was dis
covered and Blandowskl was punished.
Friends have secured hi in a position as
ballet master with the Michael Mrogofl
Company, and be will at once leave the
A MATCH roll VVAiLLY J'0(ItE.
LUtinifuUhod Visitors to An Eccentric
I.MANAi'oUN, Ini,, December 'j. A '
party ol distinguished Democrats, In
cluding Mr. Hendricks, Mr. McDonald,
Treasurer Cooper, Captain Myers and Joe
Itlley, go to Montgomery County to-day
u.. -F..uvu., n.,u - ,wu nujuer, a
wealthy tanner living near Crawford-
41... ,1,... ..-III. kit). ..I. I kJ -
vine, h no nas prepareu a least in nouoi
il the triumph of Cleveland aud Hen
dricks, lie W un enthusiastic Democrat
ol tiie Jackson school. For one month
after the election be fired a daily salute
on bis farm over the result.
Contract System to Be Abolished.
Ciiicaoo, lu, December C Tbe
Transcontinental Association Is In ses
sion to-day at the Grand TacHlc, It 1
understood that the contract system Is
to be abolished, and tho twenty-two per
cent, allowance heretofore asked by the
Chicago & 1st. 1'aul will be finally al
lowed. An Injunction Orantad.
HovsTo.v, Tkx., December 9. Afui
the award of damages to the llonstou &
Texas Central Hallroad covering the ('
cupation ol the right of way of the com
pany by the Baltimore & Ohio Telegraph
Company's new line In Dallas, Collin and
(irayson Counties, tho Texas KallroaJ
Company removed a number ol Baltimore
. Ohio poles. Judjie Masterton, at Hous
ton, has granted au lujiuictlon reslralulng
the railroad company from Interfering
with the Baltimore A Ohio lines on rail
road property lu those counties.
Judge FhlUlpi' Bucceoior,
Jvi'Fkbhon City, Mo., lVromlx-r !).
It In generally believed here that Attor
ney .ieiinral Melntyre will bo nppolutud
ss CounnlsKloner r,f the hupremo Court la
place olJudgB Phillips, reslgBed.
London, December 9. Tbe Govern
ment authorities continue to receive
alarming Information as to the worklug
of dynamltards. From the present o.ut
look they must have received startling In
telligence during the past twelve hours.
Tho sentries at Windsor Castle have been
doubled and effective . measures taken
for protecting the members of tho Royul
family trom outrage. Tho guards at
Government buildings and railway sta
tions have been Increased. Scotland Yard
detectives are displaying uuusual activity,
which indicates with some certainty
that they certainly really bellevo that au
other outrage Is about to be perpetrated.
It Is rumored that the real cause ol tlio
display ol caution is that a large quantity
ol dynamite is nilasLng Irom one ol the
Nobell Dynamite Company's depots. The
company has 600 depots, many ol which
are not guarded during the night, and no
measures have been taken to prcveut
their being robbed, although the police
havelrequently urged the Home Secretary
to either place guards over
them or compel the company to employ
watchmen. Another report has it that tho
Home office has received information that
the dynamltards in l'urls have suddetily
decreased in numbers, many ol the mure
active members being missing. A num
ber ol loiterers have receutly been seen in
tbe neighborhood, creating great sus
picion. SJCNTEKCKD TO IEATII.
London, December 9. Captain Dudley
and mate ol the wrecked yacht Mignon
ette, recently convicted ol the murder ol
the boy Parker to keep themselves alive,
have been sentenced to death. A pardon
is expected to immediately lollow the
M'BAR PASIU OBJECTS.
Cairo, December 9. A mixed court has
ordered the Egyptian Government to re
fund all moneys recently diverted from
the sinking lund to tbe Caissc De La
Dette Publiquc. Nubar Pasha, Egyptian
Prime Minister, has taken exceptions to
the rulings ol the court.
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1S84.
Grain and Provision.
Cotton Steady ; lritdtlllnT. lslo.'c.
MxjUU steuUy ; AXX to choice, $&ttw3.20;
patents, $4. XVa4.su,
WHKATllllicr; .So, 2 Ked, TR''4"6,'tC; No.
3 ileil, 65 lt 'a .
t'oKN I'iriiier; So. 2 mixed, 33,Vc; No.
2 white mixed, Stc.
Oats Lower; No. S, IJ'SfciCc.
Kva Lower: .No. 2, inc.
Tobacco Finn; Iuk; common to choice,
$..dfelu eo; leal; common reU leaf, (T.iuw
le..w; medium to ood, tj.wdl" oo.
lUr I'mine, in.Wa.im for prime to choice
new ; c .ver iaixeil, Sl.DO'a lu.fo for common to
prune; prime new timothy, $9 JO'o 11.50; fancy,
lie rrtB Steady; choice to fanfy creamery',
5Kii'.c; (lnlry, choice to fimey '.'U'ailc.
Koiis sit-idy ; fresh stock", 2Jc.
1'oTATot. scarce and In denimi'l; Eastern
Ko, Ao'a.i.'c; llurbank, 5JV55c. North
em Kluke, 3.'w:te; Vietor, IWa-lOc; TeerleKS
and .Mammoth I'cui'l, 40u4J3ac; Kose, 4Ji4Je.
l'OKR Active; cow iness, $11.5fi4 IJ.On.
I.akd Vuiet ; prime Menui, tl.'.'aO.V.
Uacow lniKh, I'aTJ.e; shorts, 7Vo"'.,c;
clew rilis. "Tsc; all packed.
VViX)L Tuk-uushed, choice, SSo; fulr, 2Tc;
din)- and low, Wui'ip. I u mkIkhI ;hole
medium, .'ii'n ,'0'jC; ttood averne medium, is
tl-r; selH-tcd liirht tine, ITmIsc; pood nver
iitf", in r J 7c-; ln-avy, H ifie; c-omhliisf.oiiurter.
Mood, 2n J't.'jCj coinhiiij,', low grades, U-i
lllOES ,reen united caster; dry steady.
fJreen salted, s',c; d;imui.'''d,7Vc.; branded,
Sc; bulls or stMUn, fi'.e; part cured, hcj 1,'reeii,
uncured, " .c: dry rtint, 17c; damaged, 14o;
kin and calf skin, lie ; bulin or stairs, 1:; dry
suited, lie: damaged, Pk-; (.due Htoek,,'n:.
Misap I'Ki.Tn-l'rimt! (rreen sailed, laro
and full cooled, 5v;uc; dry do do, 40a0oc.
Wheat-Firmer; No. 2 hrd, iM-cernher,
76k,e; Janiian-.sOe; Kehruarv, K,e; March,
b,'iSe; April, s7ic; May, SVltu.
Cous lliirher; Deeemlier, 51,','c; January,
47Vc; February, 4'i',c; .March, 40!4c; May,
Oats Firmer; December, 31 'c: January.
81c; May. :i3',c.
WiiEAT-stf-adv; December, 71 Vc; Janu
ary, 71e: February 7.",c; Mav, 7'c.
( ok.n iliKher; December, 374c; January,
SIS'e; February, S4Sc; May, a7e.
Oats Firmer; December, a'c; Janu
ary, iXc; Febniary, yt'ic; May, '.'7Sc,
J'okk Firmer; January, Sll.Hi; Febru
arv, J11.2B; May41l.l.
I.Aao Firmer; December, Sfl.7d; January,
51.75; February, IB.X2H; March, J4..WS.
biiour inns .Jimuarv, SbMi:; February,
.7.'.S'; March, 15.77X.
Live 8tock Market.
Catti.r Supply liKht; rjuullty poor; prlcea
tinchanKed ; K"Od to heavy steers, J5.Wa5.ltO;
fairtj (food, S4.40't5.uu; common to medium
natives, J.'t.7Vi.iiu; fair to ood Colorado
steers, H.Ti'i t.45; li,t to wood Htockers,
Ji.iie;l.75: native eows and heifers, J2.25
4iS.7S; rnil'h cni find calves, J .CLOU 4 5. 00.
Jlooa Market active at an advance of
about le on all prude; mixed packing at
$4.1')'4.3U; York weiiingsoid fairly active
at .00'i4.1i; plm, .i.iKoj.io.
hHK.KF Market dull ami tinchanKed:
fomrnon to medium, l.,'K)Si.25; fair to good
ii.Uiw.A.w, w)ii to choice, J.l.l&ia3.35; lambs,
per 1U0 B.s, xl.H'UUH.
Tloo Fifr-i-iptM, 4 rt.w head; wtlvo and 5
, i0(. hlher ; $4.004.37 ; rrmll piM-k-
"". M.l.v...:; heavy i.ackiiis-aud shlppinK.
tATTi.P. - INjcelpts, B.KKi, headi market
steady : common to fair, i6.2e-w5.iw; medium
to ood, l 7j j.i5; good to choice, $fl.00't).4O.
Mikki'-Keeeipts ,2,ujo head; common to
lit rr i.o.
C'ATTi.r.-.Mui ket steady, with fair demand
fora-ood Krades; common dnll, weak and
lower; good to choice shipper, JJ.Mnafl.oo;
fair to i-ood nutive steers, Mwia.i.SSjmediiim
st'Pn,4.25w..75j IlKht butchers', A.75ic4.0llj
mixed buteber,', .t ,j5'a 4.00; butchers' rows,
i.SOM.!io; o..,, f i.ju'f4.75.1
.!,K??rM'uk.''t ""'a'ty; cornmnn to air,
ia.lXiw3.40;ifo.el to choice, j:i,f,m4.M; Helorted
feeders. $4.i'cii I, Ml; eullH, $2.wm.78j M esteru
liiinba, f.1.75 4.76; Cauadas, $5.oO'a,1,20.
IIk.-4j.oo. iluinaiid ami prions a shads
hlKher; Kocid to chrilcn, J4.:I44.JS: aood
hvavy, lel''"i6, about all sold,
('AITI.K-llneelpts, s.iijl); weak, dull and
nn-uttli'd; ollerhi generally comiiion to
lloos-Keceli.ls, 7,600; opened higher and
closed lowfr; lots ol uh to ;i.' pounds aver
ne H.Wit.iMi; iiiulnl v, Jlnunfo,-,,
SMKKl'-Uecelpli,, l.mri; rtl ak at J'J.lli'oJ.Wl
for fair to good mint orn,
Money and Stock Market.
Nkw Yohk, Dectimber U. Money, K nit
cent. ; KxelmmtH unlet, but Htea.lv; Ooverii.
liientM, firmer; currency, lis, iwi bl'd ; 4h, lit't:
4 H, 1 1,1 , bid. Tho mock market wh dull
and fenloieli'MS, The fnllurn of (ipdvkn t
(.'oiupiiny hiKt evunlnu eim..d conKlderahlit
uneanliieHu amoilK the smaller brokcrn, and
thoy displayed anxiety to market certain
hlorke, and th sHIuitf, tliouvh small, was
aieady iturlnv llin (treater purl of t'.e llrit
hour. About eleven o'clock tun bulls came
to tbe rencue. wllli a plunllful supply (if nuti.
tlOrtlUif MPllut'M nh.l fili.M.Lrtt.l .1.. i .
( ---".-. ...... . ... . nv-a J1',-,1K
endniioy, and siihseijuenlly bid values nil.
I'rtoes at the tlmo ol wrltinit show an ad
trauco of Hoi trom tkc lowtrnt flurei,
Tlie Kicb Man's Fear f Burglars The
story of uu Electrician.
ButTulotN. V )Ncas.
At the dead of ni( lit, Mr. J. D. Anthony
a wholesale grocer of Tr y N. Y., was
awakened by hi burglar alarm snuuncia
tor, which told him that bis house bad
ken eutere J through the roof scuttle. He
hastily dresses, rins for a policeman, hur
ries to the upper story, and hears the bur
glar in the servant's room threatening ber
with iustaut death if she made a loud
Uu was captured, convicted and sent to
Sing fcing priBou for ten jours. ,
So said Mr. C. II. Westial1, the- electric
ian of Westiield. N. Y., to our repoiter.
"Do city residen's generally use burglar
"Yes, all tlrst-class bouses are provided
with them, and I have never bad any dii
satisfaction from my customers, many of
whom are the lust kuowu and wealthiest
people of New Yrk, Boston, Philadelphia
nd other Urge cities."
"Do wealthy men have much fear of bur
glais?" "As a rule wealthy men do not keep val
uables iu their h use, and yet they are not
sure that tltey shall rsope burglarious at
rai ks, and they ,d. n't feel secure withou' a
n'rst-clnss burglar alarm apparatus in their
h uise. Every door, wind iw, and scuttle
is connected with the annunciator, and it is
quite impossible to cfll-ct an entrance with
out ti e tact becomirg at onceknown."
"Don't electricians ri'.n considerable risk
in ban tling win?''
"Even the most carelul of them some
times get a shock. A few years ai;o while
I w is descending stairs at Khniis, N. Y.,
with a wire coil in my bud
I felt as if I had received the entire charge
from the battery. For over half an hour I
suffered tbe keenest at:ony. I did not
know but I had been fatally injured. Al
ter completing my bu-im ss circuit I return
ed to boston, hnd for IS months I did not
get over the shock. I bs' my appetite; ill
food tasted aline. I could not walk across
the ci mmon without resting s veml
"My head whirled and I reeled like a
drunken man. I consulted the best phv-d
cians in a good many bire citbs, but none
d them seemed to understand my cage.
About a year ago I was in Aibmy and a
physician there stated that I would prob
ably not live three month-. Cut to-dar,"
s-iid Mr. V enttall, and be straightened
himself up with conscious pride, "so tar as
I know I nm iu perfect health. I weiuh
170 pounds, eat well, Mleep well, lee) well
and am well. One of my old phy-iciar.S
tjsve me a th rough exauiinttion a few
nicks ago and t. Id me that I was in a per-
fee t condition."
"You were very f.riui.a'c, sir," rennrkid
the scribe, "to have escaped instant death
alter an electrical shock."
"O, it was not electricity that prostrated
me. It was uremic convulsion. For niy
physicians tol l me I was a victim of a very
serious kidney disorder. And when they
and a d..zcn widely advertised remedies
tailed to benefit me, Warner's Safe Cure
restored me to perfect health. That prepa
ration is invaluable to every grade of socie
ty, for it is a priceless blessiug."
"There is no need of death from hand
ling electrical wnes if the operators will ex
ercise care. In our burglar alarm attach
ment there is no possible danger from that
STAGES OK THK K1VICH.
Kiver marked by the uauge at this
port, at 2:12 p. m. yesterday, 7 feet 4
inches. Fill (iiulng previous twenty-
our hours, 0 fuel 4 inches.
Chattanooga, Dec. 0. Kiver 1 foot 10
niches and rising.
Cincinnati, Dec. 0. River C feet 2
incbcf and risiriu.
Louisville, Dec. 9. Kiver 4 feet 0
inches and rising.
Nashville, Dec. 0 Kiver 1 tool 5 meli
us and rising,
Pittsburg, I) c. 0. Kiver 0 .eet 3
.ticlies and rising.
ist Louis, D:c. 0 Kiver 9 li 5 inches
Port Eids came iu from S'. Louis yester
Tlio Hudson leaves St. Lou's to-dny for
The mail steamer City of Vicksburg
touched here yei-terdiiy,
ThoDtkota wll likely leave 1st. Louis
this week for Pi tsburgh.
Tho Pearl from Golcmd airived yester
day morning and let t lor Greenville.
The, Gondola took on bay and bran and
left at noou yesterday for Oreo iville, Miss.
The Hist of the Dig O line, llello of
Ubrevcpor', will leave Cincinnati to-dsy or
Saturday for New Oilcans.
Capt. Geo. Blionp bus received a govern
ment contract for .0,000 for the complet
ing o the upper dyke at Grand Chain.
Far ofl India.
The Englishman, a leading journal of
i airutta, liniia, ssys editorially, with re
Hard to premiums at p o International exhi
bition: "8'. Jacobs Od, which is known as
the Gretit Oemian Keinedy lor pain, after
crucial tests, has lioin raised to the degree
of gold modal."
No. 101 Commercial 5c 6th,
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We lime just receivetl nn invnica of fine
CiiTeoiWi ml French Kid Itiirr.mi Moots, in
coinmoiisen.se mid p;inisi styles, all siz is
and widths. These goods are first-class
in every p irticular. and will be sold at
our usunl low orices. liUdies. eonift mul
see thfin, they are beautiful.
101 Commercial Ave.,
STOVES, -:- lUKOliS, -:- TIB,
Japanned lierlixi and A gate "Ware,
Biid Cages, Hath Tubs, Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Ajrent for Adams & Wet-Make Oil. Gasoline and Gas -tovee, I troit
aft' ('., Ilani'ltoii Meel Plows, Chilled Plows, Walking Cultivators,
t orn Suellers. Planters, Itc, Ktc.
lUb. L CV
TKLKPIIONK TC. CO.
Dr. J. A, Shermm. of -251 Rro(id. New York, famni for th pt 3.'. yeiirn f..r bl HKce.plu ly nielh
od fcurlnu nipta-e without -ureirsl opratnn. If now at h fllce. Si. I. ul. wi:it he will remain
to treat pnlieut till t e2'"hof l)i-temh. r. During truslmi nt pailcnt- ci.n lubi rwlih. ut li)te f ring
wl h the 'nr. and with afotv trim urancnlated ruptnre. lll hook, w th llkuiicM of had caica b fore
and after cure, t mailed for lOcrnti. Kcm mbcr. in H Louif, ofllce 4H Market urtet .
He Travels With tho Show.
When the Wild West show vns In
town, a big man, wearing n sombrero
on bis bond and a gruesome sear on the
side of bis face, walked into a saloon
and gazed searchingly at the congrega
tion, eyeing each in in in turn.
"Whom are yon looking for, John?"
inquired the gentleman who stood with
his back to tho bar, both elbows resting
upon the counter and one heel upon
the foot rail.
"Oh, I'm looking for Somebody,"
replied Arizona John. "I've been look
ing for him the last two years. Why,
I've hunted for that fellow from Skow
liegan to Siskiyou, ami oll'cred big mon
ey for one siuaro look a' him. Ho
works for our show does niorc'n any
body else in (.'iirnp but I can't get on
to him. He isn't on the salary list, but
I'd like to work for half what it costs
to keep him. He's alwavs doing some
thing. One of tbe buffaloes got into a
man's garden up in Springfield nnd
hoisted the man over a fence, and when
I went to tho camp and asked who let
the btill'alo loose, they told mo Some
body did it. Sotneiiody let go tho
dragropo of tho balloon too soon tho
other (lay, and wo lost the balloon.
Somebody forgot to feed the horses.
Somebody left the bars of the corral
down and all tho stock stampeded.
Now, what I want to know is, who is
Mr. Somebody, where is lie, what does
ho look likeP Everybody but me seems
to know him. I've heard men tell
their wives that they'd got to go down
town to meet Somebody. Gentlemen
go out between the nets nt tho theater
to see. Somebody. That fellow, Some
body, gives mo moro trouble, docs
more) damngo and costs more money
than nil the rest of the outfit. I'm
looking for bim. 1 just want to see
him a minute; only a minu o. I'll die
happy if I ever get a fair chanco at
"What" is yours?" asked the bar
"(live mo a beo's-wing. I don't
know who's setting 'em up, but here's
luck to Somebody. ostoH (06c,
Boston Maid "Xo, mypnternal pro
genitor is not in." Caller "I am one
of tho depositors iu his bank, which I
II ml has suspended payment. Can yon
tell me where your father IsP" "The
authorities beciiino eognUiuit of con
Hlderiibhi rehvpolliecnlion on his part
and roiiveved him to a protoplasm."
"A what?" "Protoplasm"!' "What,
in the name of Webster, Is that-?" "If
you will glance nt Worcester you will
iind that protoplasm slgu'ilics a cell."
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A. .:. BUDER,
Holiday -:- Presents!
Gold, Diamonds, Solid Silver,
P C A. T Jil D-AV A H ID.
UT Musical Instruments. St. Louis Prices Implicated.
- - - CAIRO, ILL-
QQ EteWU Street,
OO, OA.IHO. 111.
An Ohio Mound.
An Ohio mound was recently ex
plored. It is located near tbe center of
Morgan township, is about fifty feet in
diameter nt the base and six feet high,
the top being a level circle thirty-live
feet across. Thu investigation showed
that tho mound was made ohielly of
surface soil ami formed wholly "on top
of the ground. At the depth" of three
feet was found a ring of ashes live feet
wide and two feet dee), containing bits
of charcoal. Tho diameter of the ring
is about twenty feet. In and about
this ring were found human bones that
had evidently been burned. Inside this,
lying at the very bottom of the mound
on the original soil, were found in a
tolerable state of preservation the skel
etons of four full grown persons, ono
of them a woman, up' n whom lay tho
bones of a well-developed infant. Tho
bodies were huddled together without
any systematic arrangement. Tho
skulls were of good size and shape.
Only the bones of ono showed signs of
fj re. I 'It itwklph iu 1 'nns.
ANTED 1 ndlei nnd Kent cm n In city or
noun v tu tnlifl liuht woik i.t their own hon c,
.1to (4a day es.lly uiude: work aeut Ity mall; no
cutivnMlnif We havet'O 'd denvmd for ou' work
and lurnl-h t a v employment. AddreM. with
tamp, CROWN MFU. COMPANY, Mi Viu- St.,
Cincinnati, Ohio. 11-lt-lni
I-OH HLK. f
VOH SALE Uayd rk Jump aeat furrnv.llft rrlco
" $:45, uuw.ysod Joh, forIW, Inquire of E. A.
I? 'H SALE. Uaydnrk I'hu'ton, new, lint orlre
r for f lii'i.-I iquiru of . A. Viirnutt, Bullc
VOX 8 A.LE. Two cotttiirca O" S"itli Uroct nunr
A I'opiur, mid onociUtBKi) 0 1 Poplar auovo i!5lh
atrnut, at a hnrjTKln,
tf M J.llOWLHr.Itoal Eitoto Agent.
Parlor Entertainment !
and Oyster fcSupper
Py the I.ad'ei of lb Epltcoual Church,
Thursday Eve., Dec. 11, 1801,
At the roaldunco of
n IntercHtlns programme w'll bo pruKontrd,
wh'ch wll Inoliela Court Scene, tho atatoly
uuniiot of oldon tlmo, and ioihu One mu.Ic,