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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 30, 18M 1
M. J. HOWLET,
Real Estate Agent
and Notary Public,
Boom 10, Wintor'i Block,
represents the following Iret-elus Fir Intarence
Casante, Til : The Scottish Colon ud National,
Capital oyer $21,000,000;
Assets, over $33,000,000.
hi Union, or Philadelphia, organised l 18ot;
Assets, over $1,500,000.
The Lion subscribed
Cell fort) otters and calendars. Atent lor the
American Line of Sieamahlpe. Ticket on sal to
Md from all parU of Knrop.
The Daily Bulletin.
Rotieee in tniseoiumn, signs cent per line for
Irstead tve cents per line each subsequent Inser
tion. For one week. W cent per line. For one
month. 0 cenu per II ne
Millinery Stock and fixtures for Sale.
I will sell my entire itock of millinery
and the store fixtures at a sacrifice; the best
bargain! ever offered. Tne itock is new
ud well (dieted. Will tell all to;
getber on terma to tait the purchaser, or
will retail goods at lower prices than evir
before aold. I muat cloee out business on
account of ill health. Call if yon want bar
gun. Mm. C. McLean,
8th at., bet. Washington and Walnat.
will bur a good meal cooked to order at
New Tork Store Company,
C. W. Henderson,
W. B. Pettis,
E. B. Pettit,
W. L. Bristol,
G. F. Ort & Co.,
Stratton & Bird,
for Chess Carley Com pany'a famous
"Fire Proof Oil."
Saddle Rock Oysters at DeBaun 50 Ohio
Legal Blanks Kept For Sale
at Tei Bcllktw office.
Special Warranty Deeds,
Real Estate Mortgage,
Executions, Summons, Venire,
Garnishee Blanks, fcc.
will bay a good meal cooked to order at
IH Bean's. tf
Board and Booms Wanted.
Beard wanted with 3 rooms for 8 adults
and two children; in a private family pre
ferred. Unexceptional references te be ex
changed. Address P. O. Box 233, stting
terma and locality. lw
will buy good meal cooked to order, at
tfuehuen 's Arnica salre
The Beat Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sore, Ulcere, Salt Rheum, Fever
Bores, Tetter, Chapped Han da, Chilblains,
Corn, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
euree Piles. It i guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
15 cents per box. For aale by Barclay
Restaurant and Oyster House, 58 Ohio
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Votteee la tnete eoinmne, tea cents per line.
nek latcrtloa and whether marked or not. ir calca
hated to toward anr man's business Interest sre
al ways paid for.
Local on third page.
Ice, woed and kindling, at City Brew
try, Jaceb Elee. tf
Fog detained the steamer Fowler here
until about 8 o'clock last night.
Judge C. N. Damron of Vienna passed
through the city yesterday on his way to
Several hundred old papers, exchanges,
for sale at The Bullbtix office. tf
Mr. Wm. White, of the firm of White
t Greer, is away for health and pleasure.
At lut accounts be was in Pittsburgh.
Mr. Jno. w. Scott, general western
freight agent of the Green line, returned
yesterday from a trip south.
Eunice Goodrich at the Opera House
February 1 and 2, including Saturday ma
The ladies who were visiting at the
residence of Alderman Blake recently have
returned to their eastern homes.
Superintendent Hamilton and Presl
dent Whitehousa, of trie St. Louis & Cairo
railroad company, are expected to arrive in
the city before long.
Elco, on the St. Louis & Cairo road
la to be made a station, at which the people
there are rejoicing. A depot hst already
been put up with this end in view.
We are still ready to sell our entire
took of clothing. Gjldstiue A Rosenwater
A brother of Mr. Gee. Parsons arrived
la the city unexpectedly Monday. He ia
traveling representative of the locomotive
works at Pete-ran, N. J., and resumed his
Jturney lut night.
Mr. John McAuliffand Miss Julia Con
KStf were married laat night at St. Joseph's
church by Father Sweeney in the presence
of many friends. The young couple will
take with them through life the good wish
Friday tight "Wanted a Husband,"
Saturday matinee "Country Girl" and Sat
urday night "American Born."
Mr. C. B. Sears, one of the leading
members of the Mississippi river commis
sion. was at The Hallidav vesterday. He
j - - - - m w
came down from St. Louis to leok after ths
government fleet here.
Train Dispatcher Shearer ef this divi
sion of the Wabash road, was in the city
yesterday renewing old acquaintances. He
is well pleased with his change of base to
Full stock and complete sample book
of wedding invitations, etc., just received at
Tas Bulletis job office, No. 78 Ohio
A party was given Monday night in
the parlors of the Galigher residence, in
honor of Miss Nellie Html, of Denver, who
is visiting there. About thirty young
peoplo were in attendance, and passed the
time in various ways most pleasantly.
We have a new numbering machine,
numbers 1 to 100,000. Merchants and
others who want checks, orders or tickets
numbered, can be accommodated at Thb
BcLLETijr office at low rates. tf
John Cells has been here from Chicago
past two weeks, repairing his place on
corner of Commercial avenue and 20th
street He expended several hundred dol-
ars on the property, and will return to Chi
cago by way of St. Louis the last of this
Revolvers in abundance. Smith A
Wesson, single and double action, self-
ejectors, f 6; and $11 for 33 cal. Colt's re
It Farnbakhb & Co., Pawnbrokers.
It is confidently believed by well
posted river men, that three or four more
days of such weather as yesterday will open
the river between here and St. Louis. The
ice back of the city was still firm yesterday,
but showed very strong signs of weakntss
Fog was sgain very heavy yesterday
and last night on the Ohio river. Evan the
transfer boats could not make their trips
on usual time. The Texas & Lt. Louis
train, which came in on time at Bird's
Point, arrived here several hours behind
time, owing to delay in transfering occa
sioned by the fog.
Mr. L. Pine, of the Singer company, ar
rived at The Halliday yesterday. He ia
here on one of his periodical visits of in
spection. President McKenzie, who was to
have been here during the latter part of
December, to determine whether the new
building should be erected in spring or not,
has not yet put in an appearance, probably
because of pressing business in the old
By raising a window burglars gained
entrance to the residence of Mr. John M.
Hogan, on the corner of Fourth and Wal
nut streets, Monday night. The rascals
did tbe work nicely, going Into the sleeping
partments and taking the clothing out onto
the porch. From Mr. Hogan'svest they
got a gold watch which they carried off,
and from the young man'a veat they got
another gold watch which they left on the
piano in their haste to get out, for they bad
made a noise which awakened Mrs. Hogan
who aroused her husband who got up just
in time to see two fellows making good
time across tbe street. For the time being,
the burglars are at large.
Tbe Carr family consisting of husband,
wife and three children, wbo passed through
here for Charleston some time ago, returned
to this city yesterday in as destitute cir
cumstances as before. Tbey will, perhaps.
be remembered as the victims of a rapaci
oua down-town boarding house runner, who
took charge of their trunk against their
wishes and compelled them to pay storage
before releasing it. They were at the
Union depot when Chief Myers found them
bound for Louisville, where the wife (who
is crippled) has relatives, but lacking even
the wherewith to purchase food on the
way. The chief helped them along on
The Theatre Comique bad a big bouse
Monday evening to witness the Andy Mor
ris Humpty-Dumpty combination, and we
must say it waa a success. This company
is here for one week only, and those who ds
sire to see a first-claw entertainment should
not tail to visit the Comique. It is now un
der new management, and if tbe new man
agement continue to give to the patrooe ths
entertainment they gave them on Monday
. , , . ..
evmnuK, we can preuict tor tnem a surs
success. Notably among the attractions is
Andy Morris, the clown, be having given
us before at tbe Opera House bis Humpty
Durapty while managed by Nick Roberts,
be (Roberts) having managed him for four
consecutive seasons. - Also Miss Ida Maus-
eey, the best columbine in America, who is
noted for her grace and beauty. But tbe
principal card of tbe show is young Loot
say, being but five and a half years of age
and being the smallest and youngest clown
in the world. Also the great Irish specialty
artists, the three Franklins. These artists
make instantaneous changes of costumes in
three seconda, and are the best in their line
in Amsrica. Mr. Geo. Devons. the anti
podcan wonder, is a whole show in himself.
This gentleman atands on his head on an
elevated pedestal for ten minutes, dsnces,
drinks, etc. Bssides, they have several new
and novel artists, too numerous to mention,
and a trailed donkey and a pig. it
A MODERN RESURRECTION.
A UIRACUS THAT TOOK PLACE IH OCR
HUNT CHI50WH TO TBI PUBLIC -THE
DETAILS IN FULL.
Detroit Fr.e Press.
One of the most remarkable occurrences
ever given to ths public, which took place
here in our midst, has iust come to our
knowledge and will undoubtedly awaken
as much surprise and attract as great atten
tion as it has already in newspaper circles.
The facts are, briefly, as follows: Mr,
William A. Crombie, a young man for
merly residing at Birmingham, a suburb of
Detroit, and new living at 287 Michigan
avenue in tbis city, can truthfully say that
be has looked into tbe future world snd yet
returned to tbis, A representative ef this
paper baa interviewed him upon this im
portant subject sad his experiences are
iriven to tbe public for the first time. He
"I had been having most peculiar sense
tions for a long while. My head felt dull
and heavy ; my eyesight did not stem to
clear as formerly; my appetite was uncer
tain and I was unaccoiotably tired. It
was an effort to arise in the morning, and
yet I could not sleep at night. My mouth
tasted badly, I had a faint all-gone sensa
tion in tbe pit of my atomach that food did
not satisfy, while my banJs and feet felt
cold and clammy. I waa nervous and irri
table, and lost all enthusiasm. At times
my bead would seem to whirl and my
heart palpitated terribly. I had no energy,
no ambition, and I seemed indifferent of
the present and thoughtless for the future.
I tried to shake the feeling off and per
suade myself it was simply a cold or a
little malaria. But it would not go. I
was determined not to give up, and so time
passed along and all the time I was getting
worse. It was about tbis time that I no
ticed I bad begun to bloat fearfully. My
limbs were swollen so that by pressing my
fingers upon them deep depressions would
be made. My face also began to enlarge,
and continued to until I could scareely see
out of my eyes. One of my friends, de
scribing my appearance at that time, said :
It is an animated something, but I should
like to know what1 In this condition I
passed several weeks of the greatest agony.'
"Finally, one Saturday night, the misery
culminated. Nature could endure no more.
I became irrational and apparently insensi
ble. Cold sweat gathered on my forehead;
my eyes became glazed and my throat
rattled. I seemed to be in another sphere
and with other surroundings. I knew
nothing of what occurred around me, al
though I have since learned it was consid
ered at death by those who stood by. It
was to me a quiet state, and vet ons of
great agony. I was helpless, hopeless and
pain was my only companion. I remember
trying to see what was beyond me, but the
mist before my eyes was too great. I tried
to reason, but I had lost all power. I felt
that it was death, and realised how terrible
it was. At last the strsin upon my mind
gave way and all waa a blank. How long
tbis continued I do not know, but at lut I
realized tbe presence of friends and recog
nised my mother. I then thought it waa
earth, but was not certain. I erraduallv re-
gained consciousness, however, and the pain. I
lessened. I found that my friends had.
during my unconsciousness, been giving ms
a preparation I had never taken before, and
the next day, under the influence of this
treatment, tbe bloating began to disappear,
and from that time on I steadily improved,
until to day I am u well as ever before in
my life, hava no traces ef the terrible acute
Bngbt'a disease, which so nearly killed me,
and all through tbe wonderful instrumen
tality of Warner's Safe Cure, tbe remedy
that brought me to life after I was virtu
ally in another world."
"You have had an unusual experience,
Mr. Crombie," said the writer who had
been breathlessly listening to the recital.
"Yes, I think I have," was the reply,
and it has been a valuable lesson to me. I
am certain, though, there are thousands of
men and women at this very moment who
bave the same ailment which came so near
killing me, aad they do not know it. I
believe kidney disease is the mest Hcn
tive trouble in ths world. It comes like a
thief in the night. It has no certain symp
toras, but seems to attack each one differ
ently. It is quiet, treacherous, and all tbe
more dangerous. It is killing more people,
to day, than any other one complaint. If I
had tbe power I would warn the entire
world against it and urge them to remove
it from the system before it is too late."
One of the members of tbe firm of White
head ft Mitchell, proprietors of the Bir
mingham Eccentric, paid a fraternal visit to
this office yesterday, and in the course of
conversation, Mr. Crombie 'a narre was men
tioned. "I know about his sickness," said the
editor, "and his remarkable recovery. I
had his obituary all in type and announced
in the Eccentric that he could not live until
its next issue. It was certainly a most
Rev. A. R. Bartlott, formerly pastor of
the M.E. Church, at Birmingham, and now
of Schoolcraft, Mich., in respons to a tele
gram, replied :
"Mr. W. A. Crombie was a member of
my congregation at the time of his sick
ness. The prayers of tbe church were re
quitted for him on two different occasions.
I wu with him the day ha was resorted bv
his physicians ss dying, and consider his
recovery almost a miracle."
Not one person in a million ever comes so
near death as did Mr. Crombie and then re
cover, but the men and Women who are
drifting toward the same end, are legion.
To note the slightest symptoms, to realize
their significance and to meet them In time
by the remedy which hu been shown to be
most efficient, is a duty from which there
can be no escape. Tbey are fortunate who
uo tuis; tney are on tbe ture road to death
woo neglect it.
NKWORLEAV8, Jan. Sg.-The trial of
Trotavllle Bykee for tbe Murder of hit mil
tress, tbe notorious Kale Tewntend, anion
of the New Orleans f deml-mondt, hat
commenoed. A large number ot promi
nent citizens, whe patronised Katy's estab
lishment, bave been summoned as wit
nesses to testify about her and prove the
vicious temper ot tbe murdered woman
and tbe meek aad lamb-like disposition of
tbe murderer. Tbe court room waa
crowded, and there wu great excitement.
Sykei is well provided with funds from the
estate of the murdered woman. He bu
the best legal talent In tbe State.
Am Dacracloas Daagnter.
Baltimore, Md., Jan. 29. On Tussday
list tbe family of Wm. Ball, at Elkton,
tbis State, consisting of himself, wife and
four children, were all snddsnly taken ill.
It wu with difficulty that Mrs. Hall and
the younger children were relieved. Yes
terday the family wu taken 111 again. Ar
senic wu found in the sugar. The eldest
daughter, who some time alaoe turned out
badly and wu discarded by her parents,
but who of late hu been hanging around
bar borne, bu been arrested for the crime.
She bas served a term la the Female House
of Correction. Mrs. Hall ia very ill.
A Hew Deal.
Cincinnati, Jan. 29. It is reported
here tbis morning that the East Tennessee,
Virginia & Georgia railroad hu concluded
an arrangement to operate over the Ken
tucky Central. Tbe Importance of tbe
new deal cannot be over estimated u It
will benefit not only tbe East Tennesses,
Virginia and Georgia road, but also tbe
Clnclonatl and East Tennessee which is a
competitor to a certain extent of all roads
resubmt; south from Cincinnati.
Traln-Bojr Phillips' Bloootuent.
Quincy, III., Jan. 29. Mary Dawson,
sued 16, came to this olty with W. D.
1'billips, a train-boy oa the H. A St. Joe
road. The two were found by officers in
the depot, and It was soon learned that
Phillips bad entloed tbe girl away from bar
home, near Bucklin, Mo. Tbe girl's story
shows her to be a blissful Ignorant of tin,
and she will be returned lo her parents.
Her father Is a well-to-do farmer.
Phillips wu arrested.
N'kw York, Jan. 29. Fifty members ef
tbe Dress and Cloak Makers' Union as
sembled at Standard ball for tbe purpose
of conduollog a strike against dress and
cloak manufacturers. Tbe reports of tbe
various committees canvusiog the different
shops were read and accepted. Several
places were visited, and the committee
were successful In enlisting a large number
of closk makers te the cause.
- Tim Bowell Trial
Batavu, N. T., Jan. 29. Rowell came
into court looking exceedingly well. Tbe
first testimony wu that ef Mrs. Dawson,
whose evideooe wu Uken at bar borne last
evening. Judge Sutton read tbe iteno
grabber's minutes, tbe Court pasting on
points raised by people. Tbe evi
dence Is to tbe effect that she taw
Bowell at (be Hotel on tbe day of and
the day before tbe shooting.
- A Baacjllaa; Bateaer.
Jopli.v, Mo., Jan. 29. In Carthage,
Ju. Duncan, aged SO, while walking In tbe
public square, drew a knlfa and attempted
to cut bis throat. He made aguhabout
two Inches long by half an Inch deep, but
It was not deep enough to reach the Jugular
vein, and tbe man will recover. He comes
from Kansas, where he made three for
mer attempts upon his lifer he Is partly
ttraael Jarj Secrete Poot-Dlapateaed.
Quincy, III., Jan. !. Tbe last Grand
Jury found about 80 Indictments, tbe larg
est number on record, but somebody gave
away the secrets of the grand Jury room,
and tbere has been a grsnd oiotlus of gam
blers and o triers who were Indicted. Judge
Williams says be will punlsb, severely, the
persons wbo stole tbe grand Jury secrets.
Several policemen are suspected.
A Baaa Baakaed.
Cincinnati, Jaa. 29. The Citizens' Na
tional bank, of this olty, has been bunkoed
to tbe amount of $6,800 en a raised check,
wblob wu sold by a nloe young man on
Deo. 27, In favor ot Mrs. Geo. West, ot
How York. Tbe draft was made through
tbe National Park bank, of New York, but
tbe check wu Cubed by the Chemical Na
tional bank ot tbe same city.
Qcincy, III., Jan. 29. A lensation it
created by an Indictment ajaioit K. Bush
nell, ion ot the late N. Bushaell, one of
the eminent lawyers of Illinois. Busbnell
Is accused of embezsling railway tickets
from tbe H. 4 St. Joe road, on wblcb be is
couductor. Marvin MoNabb, a brakeman,
ia also indicted.
Chicaoo, Jan. 29. A special from
Toronto, says: "Tbe British Canadian
Lumbering and Timbering Co,, failed.
Liabilities, $1,000,000. Tbe company
bas 'extensive timber lands In Mioblgau
and Western Canada. Tbe bank ot Com
merce of Toronto, and tbe Quebec banks
Sertoli a Railroad Accident.
Chattanooga, Tens., Jan. 29. Tbe
west-bound passenger train on the Nash
ville, Chattanooga and St. Louis road,
which left at 5 o'clock a.m., ran Into a
rock, 20 miles from here. Engineer Buck
Surrewu killed; Fireman strain, fatally
hurt and a brakeman seriously Injured.
cnlae7si Bonded Debs.
Quincy, III., Jan. 29. At a meeting of
tbe Board of Commerce It wat recommend
ed that $1,003,000 of tbe reglitersd bond
debt, due In a few years, be refunded.
Tbe council will probably order tbe vote
necessary to carry out tbe meuure.
Little Rock, Ark., Jan. 29. Colonel
Thos. U. Sims, who was appointed special
matter In ohaneery to investigate the books
of ex-State Treunrer Churchill, has de
clined to serve. Another appointment
will be made. .
Chicaoo, Jan. 29. Tbe pottofflce at
Blue Island, was entered by burglars. The
ssfe wu blown open and nubile and privite
money and stamps, etc., to tbe total value
of f 1,600 stolen. No olue.
A roetnnaater Mors la Bla Aeeoaat.
Leipsic, O., Jan. Snb-Treuury
l ...... vinfc hu avamlnad the aastafflaa Al
at tbia alaoe and found a thortate of eleven
hundred dollars ia fottmuter Barton's
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
TO VUS, RANGES, FURNACES
Tin, Copper and Lqate Ironware."
Roofing Guttering and all kinds of work in Tin, Copper
and ISheet Iron done to order.
Nos, 25 & 27, 8th St., Cairo.
TifiLFPHONK NO. 80.
Paints, - Oils, - .Tarnishes,
Brashes, Glass, Window Shades, Artist's Material, &c.
MAKE A SPECIALTY OP r-
Mouldings, Picture Frames, CAIR0 ILL-
. Telephone No 1M
ZKngravings and Wall Papers.
Placed With a Clear Head and a St'!
Upper Lip, , ,
Bring- ibe Ex-Vlllard Slocks to tbe
Surface, and Llnrn Ike Pockets
of the Man veno Yesterday
waa Reported Rained.
New Yoke, Jan. 29. A little man with
bead bowed nearly to bia bread walked
quietly down Wall street and entered the
office of Drexel, Morgan & Co. As he
passsd Into the building tbe men stopped
and gazed intently after blu, sn 1 before
Ave minutes had elapsed nearly every one
on Wall snd Broad streets wbo bsve a dol
lar's Interest in tbs stock market bad
learned that Oould wu holding a confer
ence with Drexel, Morgan A Co., aud
tbere were not a few but who would bave
been willing to bave paid thousands ot dol
lars to bave learned what was said
In that confersnoe. Tbe whole
temper ot the street seemed to bave
ohauged. Lut week operator were
whispering that Oould wu on tbe verge of
bankruptcy, and that at leut bis purchas
ing power wu exhausted, snd that at a
manipulator he was no longer to be feared.
Wltn a single itroke, Oould gave a terrible
exhibition of bis power, aad those wbo tbe
day before were calculating how long lt
would be before he would fall under tbe
load be wu carrying, were Jealously
watching bis footsteps and nursing the
wounds be bad Inflicted. It wu a day of
extraordinary Interest. Again the Vtllard,
or rather ex-Vlllard securities, blued forth
Jmo prominence. As i hey were the cause
ot tbe long period of deprelon tbey have
now been made tbe lever by wnlch tbe en
tire market, it Is hoped, will be sustained.
It is seldom that there bu been witnessed
neb wide fluctuations In values u was tbe
other day experienced by tbe ex-Vlllard
aecuritJeM. Oregon Navigation, which on
Saturday closed at t&Stj and
which last week sold as low
u 78H, opened at 07, ran
up wiih wionishiug rapidity to 119 and then
declln n.; closed at 95fr98. Northern Pa
cine preferred opened at 44 X, advanced to
49, cloning at 47r47)t'.- Oregon Im
provement opened atllK, advanced to 61,
and clo.ed at 47 asked. Oregon Transcon
tinental was leust afflicted, opening at V)X
advauciug lo 23, and closing at 21 -21 ' .
As sn Wuil ration of the magnitude of the
advance In Oregon Navigation a msu wbo
purchased shares of the stock at the lowest
price on Saturday, 7SX, and sold It at the
highest price yesterday, 119, would bave
cleared ov r T4.000, and this on an invent-
inent of about &j0 requtrsd by bis broker
as margins. Tue whole market was
strengthened by tbe extraordinary advance
In tbe ex-Viliards, and tbe closing prices
were 13'rl3X per cent, higher than
those on Saturday. The cause of tbis ad
vance in iy be stated In two words Jay
Oould. Mr. Horace White, treasurer of
both the Ort-gon Navigation and the Oregon
Transcontinental, authorized the following
u the correct statement of the arrange
ment. "The Oregon Transcontinental bus
sold to a syndicate 10, WO sharps of Oregon
Navigation slock at 7.'i, 60,000 snares of
Northern 1'acidu preferred at 30, and
30, 00 J shares of Northern 1'acltic common
DY THIS 8ALK IT REALIZES
KVUO.C.'O. Ths company also borrows
from the same syndicate, for six months,
l,X),000, depositing as collateral 20,0)0
shares of Oregon Railway and Navigation
Company at 00. This lves tbe company
3.f)10,OK), and relieves it of all pressing
The syndicate wblob afforded tbis aid to
tbe Oregon Transcontinental Is composed
of Jay Oould, Russell Sage snd other
friends of Mr. Oould, also the Hrra of
Drexel h o., and Mr. A. J. Drexel per
sonally. Tbe other persons reported as be
longing to the pool are Frank Work and
Decker, Howell k Co., tbe latter, it is said,
benefiting also by the arrangement, In that
it secures the payment of their loan to tbe
Oregon Transcontinental, Tbe most Im
portant features of tbe agree mnnt is that
tbe members pledged themselves not to
dispose of tbelr stook except by content of
the other members. Tbis takes out ot tbe
street nearly all ot tbe floating Hock ami
makes tbe securities very scarce. This fact
snd tbe additional on ; tl . tbe Oregon
Transcontinental, in order to deliver tbe
stock it bas sold to tbe syndicate, called in
the numerous loans It bad made to opera
tors ou tbe atreet wbo bave been selling
the market "short." This caused a
stampede among tbe "shorts" to get stocks
to make the delivery. Tbe premiums for
borrowing tbe stock advanced, and u much
as $1,000 bu been paid for the loan of 100
shares for one day. The r-
SCCNB IN THE" STOCK KXCIIANOI
wss at times very exciting, and at 2:15 p.
m., when many brokers sanouucod tbeir
Inability lo make delivery of tbelr bor
rowed stock, 600 excited brokers crowded
around the chairman's desk, and, amid a
racket that would bave made "Rome
howl," about 2,600 shares of Northern Pa
cific preferred were bought in under the
rule at pricea rangtug from 47 to 60X.
Tbe losses, however, were well distri
buted and no one was reported at serious-
D KALE !tS IN
BCRIAL fir THE T1CTIHS.
A Soleyaa and Impressive Seen as
Ckrsted Butte. Col., Jan. 29. Tbe
village is decked with drab of mourning ss
a tribute to tbe dead miners wbo are being
Interred. Special trains with bands and
church chairs and pueogert cams in tbe
morning from Deaver, Gunnison and olber
points. Tbe Protestant victims were in
terred this morning. TheCatbolioM will be
burled this afternoon. The services were
solemn and Impressive. The scenes are
heartrending. Tbe following bodies left
on tbs earlv morning train: Jas. Driiooll,
Pat Birrett, Plymouth. Va.j Thos. Clao
cey, Scranton. Pa.; Will Bryon, L. B.
Heffion, Chiles Roach. Will Maroney, all
of Schuylkill county. Pa.; Ben Oeffertee,
Youncstown, Ohio, and Jno. Creslmer,
rAHPBElX MUST WAIT.
Tb Wapr-me t'oarl Ueellaee to Aet oh
the Holloas to Advance It.
jKrrcHSON Citv, Me., Jan. 29. The
esse ot sx-Cblef Game!! vs. the St. Louis
Police Beard wu oallsd In the Sapieme
court on a motion te advance. Thi court
held that ths cut, as It sew stands, only
involves a qusstlsa of costs and salary, and
that it is net the duty of tbt court to antici
pate Imaginary eeottagenetes which may
arise in tbe future, and that tbe court will
only advance cases Ht real pnbNc interest.
Tbe court adjourned until next Monday
witnoui giving say ateiwon in the
TkTntiMt-. Itl f Vila innmn throa llnaa a- 1- ..,
onelDtortion or $1.00 pr week.
WATTmf Wewtot men tod women et.
Ho prelom experience oemarr. Kor particular-
a -..-. Ufff 1 rt D V br'DW 0lWi
1-13 la 217 Vine St.. Cincinnati.
Patrick T. Mc Alpine,
Made to Order.
8th St., bet. Ohio Levee A Commercial Ave.
OA1HO. - - - lluLi
Repairing neatly done at short notice.
NEW YORK STOKE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THB CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor. Nineteenth street I Paln Til
Commercial Avenne f VttH U, All
ART -:- CLASSES
The Woman's Club
and library Ass'n.
Class In Oil Painting, under Mrs. G Fisher.
Glass In Wood-carvina, itepous-e In Brass, Etch
ing and Modeling, Mrs K. Korsmerer. rim la
Freehand Drawing, Charcoal, Crayon and Pastel
Work, Mr. K. M. Iionith.
Kor terms and arrangements apply to Instructors,
or to tbe Socretary of the Woman's Clnb aad
136 & 138 Oom'l Ave.
have received a full and complete line
oi new roil ana n raver
Cloaks, Dolmans, Notions, Etc,
A heavy stock of Body Brussels, Taper
tries and Ingrain
A foil stock of Oil Cloths, all stsos and prices.
Clpihing & Gents' Furnish'g Good:
A rail sad complete stock is now being
closed oat at great bargains.
Ail Uooda at Bottom PrloI