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TlIK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY r. 1880.
KM Lb ADVKttTIf KMtNn.
Vlli lineatadi or laa will be puh'lhh 'il fur i
tnav ii mi niMvl.oii ; a time. cente; i ween, iw;
aaoaUi. I W: i month without rliliip 11 p"r
atuiiin Kvk aduitioual line, prorata. NUiiaHou
Wc have al the. llullellu tirtio.', new fruin the fac
tiary. i No. 0. Nosier. Unhtnonu A Co aafu, that w
wUI noil at a bargain.
twilling mod foop Iota-very delrahlc property
a aoutheaal corner 7th atree'tandJefferaon Avenue.
M. J. HOW I,BJ, Rial Katata Agent-
Owantia nd purchaser of real estate. Id Cairo
abwald be aure they bv good title. I am now
prepared to furnish aUliaol at reaannahln ratea.
office lu Court IIoue.
An arder court for $100, If applied on any alylrt
rtVclas Mondleashon I'lano- will he aold low.
Apply l thl nfllce.
yif II. MA HE AN, M. I).,
Hoiiwuthift Th Ysiciiin and Surgeon.
JBta 140 OX, ataarciaJ aranue. Keaidence corner
P)ii:eoth St. and Waahing-tou avrnne, Cairo,
R. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Otrtaa-No. 116 Commercial
light and Nialb eitrmiu
K'IC -Kiuhtfc Ktrret, near Commercial ATeuue.
.Votary hiblir. and Conveyancer.
liKKICKi-With the Widiiwa" and Oorpitana' Mu
tual Ala Hocietv.
Q I). WILLIAMSON,
? O Ohio I jevee,
JJoat Stores and (Jroceries,
Of all k;mli
OI'K X N I a I IT a :n I U A. V .
rh Dairy and Wilt Kdip Butter. Oyster and all
aiad of fruit when in aoason, on hand and dellv
red promptly at rmldRuceii I'ree. Oyaurx dultverod
76 OHIO LEVEK.
dirt or iliit hy int'Kun hcing espied I" ir.
Milk dPhvort'ti twice a da;.
SEALED IN WNT BOTTLES.
Try It and atx-ror youraeWea.'
3J PINT TLCKKTSONK DOLLAR'.
L'b ou delivery of tlultfU.
T. LOUIS, CAlltO AM) I'ADUCAH.
Toe V..vi;autSidewlieal l't;usr Steamer
S&u CHAMPION ffiSi
A.J. B1U1 Urk.
Leave Cairo ery Monday and Thuraduy fur
Capo tiirardtitu, ft. I and wy laiidiuira. Hor
IrniViit orpatxaite. apply to SOI. A K1I.VEH,
WOOD AND COAL.
() W. WHEELER,
Itr.aler in all liiimn of
Cord 'ood, Stovo;
DIG MUDDY COAL
A Sl'KCLA liTY-
WOUft ASD :(AL YAUlt:
Touth Street, lietwut'ii WaNliiii'Utn mill
Satin- it ht-n-hy lvi'it tbal i will heal the Inllow
ia( m in. 'il place, at the tin.i hulnw
auuxl. lor I'm- purpt' of collei.linir the
Heeiitn 1 AU'Tavdrr County, UUiioIm,
ft the jrvar InW, 4r ; and ull pnraoua
wanting 1 1 ave il penally of one per cent pur
oath will iaki' dvtiUi:i .r liiu eniu'tor Uit,
aa lidii.nled ! low. and pa ihMr Ikii'h In their own
At alore tioum nf Durham Jr Cauhle. In t.mu
of Klco, lu llnxlewiioil pntcim t. mi Wn litendiir
January Oat. A I) Id)).
At the atore lioue. of Ui:niy I(ui.aih-r luuivsn
Sundneky. In Sa)i(tjuUy pi, lin t, mi Tlmrmlay,
waannry li'ia. n. if. imj
At alur houe o! li. K. Cm rile. In low n of 11 idic'n
Tarh. In I'nlly preeluel. on Krldn?. Jun'iaj-y rd
At note h'liiAn of llndi:h A Mvt.u, at fl"rh
fU4Xi atalion, tn Beef li Hlt- predn:l. on Sainr
day. January KUti, A. I. 1'.
At alore lioime of U. A. ICdnii'ison. in t'wu u'
Haat ( apo Olrurd'au. in buel Cai' tilrnrdi'tiu
ree.lucl , on Monday, .limitary sWitla. A. I) 1ij.
A Htore linuec of Kionll- y & Co., in to,m nf
llear 'n:ck. In Clear Ctcnk ure.'lnl. oo Tuesday,
Jatiiia-y Wtw. A. J 1KSU.
At KUr hou of B V Brn n .t H-u . In n, f
Tbeb'-a. i'i Tneli.- iriiiicl, on Wvdiieadiir. 4u
arytti, A. I). I WW.
At lir liouaeof A. II. lrvlaAii. iu town ul Satitj
ft. In Santa Ke prtclnrt. ou Tiiurndk'. laiiaarv
WUi.A. I. IMW.
At, tore huua of Jnr. It. Mulchay, in town qf
Cummurcial I'nlKt. lu Oooaii Uiand prncltir.t, i.u
JiVldav. Janry!iilli A. I). IHStl.
At tlio realdeiice of Nlr.bolaa lunarlir, in Lain
Mllil?an predict, on Saturday, .lat.uarr .ilH, A. I)
At tore of I'literKanp. In Kirat Cairo prtv.inct, on
Monday, Kiliriwrv !!'id. A. I). 1HM).
At tue nfflt of M. J. IJowley, reitl ea'ati1 at'eut In
tooofd l aim pivBiun, on Tueady, Kelirnary 3rd,
A. V. IfW).
At alo'e hoax? of I'alrlck Kilan'oahl, on eoruar o'
titk atreia and Co'mnT'iinl Ave i.u, iu Tlilrd ( alio
lareclnct. oh Wdna- !tt). I'fl ri,ry 4tli, A l. 1;H0.
Ataton hnuaa of Uiuoi't J), IV: :i, in Killh Ciiro
jratinot. on 'I'll urn.ii, y, K'.liruary iu, A.J). IriHO.
At tbe court hound, in Kourll. CViro prai i.n.t. Irani
flkt Ci t nth fjii 01' irbiurr, A. U. JHB0.
8iH(T and Collector of Alexandtr Co., 111.
JkatuJ Uia, Ckij, Ilia., Jtu. :u, m . . if
the daily bulletin:
KNTMIKI) AT TlIK HIST OFk'lt'K IN CAIRO, II,
MHOIH, AH KH.OOND-CI.ASit MATTKK.
OITH.'IAL J'Al'KKOF AI.HX AXDEIt COUNTY.
OuJyMornfna: Dally ill Southprn Illinois.
Cairo, III.. February 4
Time" Bar. Ther. iluin. Wind. Vtl
Sam anus m n w 8
7 SO 27 ' 73 W
Kt jius II U W i
Spin.. 3l. M 1 SW 8
Maxliuuin Temperature. .Sfl'; Mininiatu Tern
pcrjiiiif, il'; Kainfall 10 Inch.
W. II. KAY,
Merz't Slirual Coma, V. 8. A.
(j ENKUAL LOCA L ITEMS. .
Mr. E. A. Buruott haviiif contracted
a severe mid wauconflootl to his beil yester
day. Mrs. Shftllette ami her sister Miss
Mftllie Webb, have j;ono to few Orleans to
attend the Mardi Qras celebration there.
Thk Buiii.KTiN was favored with a call
yesterday from Mr. II. E. Kankin, repre
senting Fellows' Medical Manufacturing
(!ompany, of Montreal, Canada.
The tJardner house is within a lew
blocks of the business center of Chicago.
and is, confessedly, one of the best manag
ed and most jmpular hotels in the west.
The Council night before last refused
to accept the liquor bond of Hill Scott, not
because of insufficient security, but because
of the character of his house.
Who will be the next president? No
body knows, but every smoker w ho has tried
them, knows that the "FaultlcB.s" sold by
F. Korsrueyer, is the best five cent cijjur
ever sold in this market.
A painter, for some time in the employ
of 15. F. Blake, died in the hospital yester
day. Some days ago he was taken with a
fit in the Reform Hall and was taken to the
hospital and his death is probably due in
part to these fits.
If there is aay person in or around
Cairo who wants a new Piano Box Buggy,
or a Photon at a bargaiu; workmanship
aud material guaranteed, they can be uc
cotiitnodatcd by calling at Tn k Buxctin
Scrip amounting to $23.8;l was
destroyed by burning in the council cham
ber night before last. Tbe amount of in
terest, paid on new bonds last month, of
which the coupons were destroyed,is f23."U.
Joseph A. Lulick's Dramatic Alliance,
supporting Hairy Webber in the famous
French romance, by Ado'.ph D'Enncry, of
"Nip and Tuck," will appear at the Athe;
m um on Monday, the 2(ith of February.
Night before last some conscienceless
rascal entered the jail yard and took
possession of a lot of meat tlint Jailer Cain
had hung out there for future use. Andy
feels the loss keenly, its he had anticipated
many a toothsome meal in which that meat
was to have figured prominently.
The council at its last meeting decided
to gravul Eighth street ulthe earliest possi
ble day. This decision will doubtless fill
the hearts ol the merchants on that street
with joy, they having been greatly incon
venienced of late on account of its wretched
The l.epu'iitican National convention
will be held in the Chicago Exposition
building. Quarters in the Gardner house
(located in the immediate vicinity) 'uro al
ready in active request. The establishment
bos aruph: capacity for the accommodation
of three hundred guests.
--The following facts, which were not
published with the council proceedings,
will be found of ipterat to our readers:
The amount of money collected on license
during the month of January was fl,ri6,"i,00;
the amount of fines collected, including
back fines, $!):5.43; amount of taxes turned
over by Sheriff Hodges, I'J.OHB.ort, and the
amount ol money now in the treasury is
Having nude early purchases in all
ehwses of dry goods, previous to the recent
advance, we are prepared to offer induce,,
incuts to the etish trade which no other
house can offer. Do nut delay your pur
chases at nil, goods will certainly be much
higher. Wc solicit an inspection of stock
nd prices. Sitakt, Eighth strcel.
Although the law requires Unit an in
quest shall beheld on all pels ns who com
mit suicid.., etc., no inquest wns held on
"Mother M.tek" alias Nancy Brown, wh.)
died in her brothel day before yenlerday
from the effcel of'takittg poison. We have,
not seen Coroner Fitzgerald, nmt hence do
not know why this usual ceremony v;is
omitted, but suppose it wns because there
was no necessity for it. It was a very cleiir
case of suicide; no doubts being entertain
ed by any cie as to the cause of her death.
An inquest upon the body would havo been
a luxury which would have cost the county
in the neighboihood.il'thirly dollars,
- For some time past it has been the
habit of a number of trumps to guther at a
certain place out side of the levees and
build bond (Ires to encamp for the night.
I)v In-fore yestenbiy one of these made
his appearance before Jailer Andrew Caine,
tui'l exhibiting Ids t!g, Splayed a terrible
wo ind. Tin) flesh n the outer side f t,(,
knee wan entirely burnt away, laying the
bone bare. Around the wound tho' flesh
was burnt to Hml Uucr,,, tlt.
wholu iinjjtiniijjj & horrible appearance.
The poor wretch requested to be admitted
to the jail for the night, but the jailer re
fused as he had no authority to grant the
request, and told him to make application
at the hospital.
Strangers visiting Chicago will ilnd the
(lardner house, (coiner of Jackson street
and Michigan avenue) a first-class estab
lishment iu every particular. A hotel, more
complete in all its details cannot be found
The sewer under the sidewalk on Wash
ington avenue, between Eleventh and
Twelfth streets, which it was found uecea
sary to dig up on account of its having
caved in, will be entirely reconstructed.
The wooden plauits will bedugupttnd
sewer pipes used instead. The sewer on
Commercial, between Nineteenth arid
Twentieth streets, which has also caved in,
will likewiso be reconstructed.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch: "This warm
murky, and unnaturally winter
means no end of sickness tor St. Louis next
summer. There hasn't been enough cold
weather so far to kill the germs of disease
which are lurking around in our sickly cor
ner. It behooves the city authorities to
look well to our sanitary condition. Prep
arations should be made for a geueral clean
ing up with the opening of spring."
A darkey name unknown to us who
lives seven miles abovo tnis city on the
the narrow-gauge railroad, yesterday op
pe.ired before Squire Osborn and coin
piaiued to him that his cow the only
property lio iiad in this world had been
run over and killed by a freight train on
the narrow-gauge road. The cow was val
ued at thirty-five dollars and heusketl the
Squire's assistance in getting pay for the
Last night about seven o'clock Oilicer
Olmstead arrested Mr. E, F. Davis, on a
warrant sworn out by Messrs. Thintlewood
& Co. and Messrs. Cunningham and Smith.
We do n it know the charges, but the action
is a continuation of the legal proceedings
begun against him some time ago, new evi
dence having been found. Mr. Davis was
ttken to the county jail, but will probably
be abroad again to-day.
Bills are out this morning calling a
in;s meeting for next Monday evening at
the court bouse, for the purpose of devising
means to extend financial aid to the people
of Ireland. Prominent Irishmen who
feel an interest inthe movement
here have the affair in hand aud will
undoubtedly make a grand success of it.
Able speakers have been called upon and
will be present to make the meeting both
attractive and interesting.
It is rumored that our former fellow
citizens, Alexander 11. lrvin could be in
duced to accept the office of chief of polic ,
of Cairo. It is somewhat out of place to
mention this fact t the present time, and
with Mr. La Hue, w ho is a gentleman in
every particular, and. so far as we know,
faithful and honest in the performance of
his duties, as our present incumbeut. But
we cannot help noting Mr. Irvin'a eminent
titnei-s for a place, which requires the track
ing up anil bringing to justice criminals.
His record here is a brilliant one. ami will
bear us out in the assertion that as a detec
tive he has but f;w equals and no superiors.
--The Argus informs us that the other day
wj struck a young man while he win down,
and then took to our heels, while the fel
low put after us. The miserable sheet awk
wardly, unqualifiedly and villainously lies!
The fellow we struck with our lit stood
upright until we dealt him the blow, when
he was picked up for dead and carried into
O'Hara's drug store. Dr. Sullivan was nt
oHce summoned In dre.-s his wounds aud
rii-tore animation, but upon hearing who
had struck him gave up ull hope for his re
covery, and made uo attempt to restore hint
to life. Before a iniul.trr of the gospel
could he summoned, be was dead ns a door
nuil iiiul was buried at Villa Itidge yester
d.ty his immediate friends attending.
Were it worth while to su ing a sledge to
smash a tly, we would be tempted to serve
the Argus man likewise.
We have made mention in thee col
umns of the appointment of Mr. Brown, of
Metropolis, us supervisor of Ihu cen,us for
thi. the Eighth district, and it may now be
ol interest to some to lemn the pci.alties for
obstructing or throwing obstacles in the
way of the census taker while in the dis
c.hatge of bis duty. The law says: "All
persons above the age of twenty -oho year
who shall refuse to furnish the information
required by the supervisor or enumerator
shall torfeit Hnd pay it sum not exceeding
I 00, to be recovered in an action for debt.
Presidents, directors, or oilier officials of
private eorporomions who refuse to furnish
information requited of them ate umdc lia
ble to a penalty not to exceed ifl'MIUO."
Only two weeks' urn allowed for the comple
tion of the census, The compensation to
the enumerators tiro as follows: Two cents
fur each death reported; ten cents for each
farm; llfteen cents for each manufactory,
which is U be in full for ull service-, atnl
no mileage or traveling expenses. The
Bubdvisions assigned to each enuiueralor
tnu.s't not exceed 4,(100 Inhabitants.
A huge proportion of people do noth"
ing to support their local papers, ami yet
reap the benefit every day of the cdltoi's
woik. A man will say, "Advcitising does
not piy in my bu-,i,us. I have to keep men
on the road; and get my customers by go
ing lifter litem," uud yet the lad is, that the
town iu which he does business would in:
unknown, the ruih.xid over which he ehips
h' goods wuuld be almost uuliearJ uf, If it
were not for the newspapers, which bnsng
does him no good. Tho local paper is of
advantage to every man in the community,
and when a man refuses to contribute to
the support of the paper on the ground that
it "does l.im no good" he might just as well
refuse to pay his taxes for the support of tho
courts and the police force, on tho ground
that he never breaks the law and never
needs tin officer. There are men who be
lieve themselves to bo honest and piow,
who are doing business in every community
and every day appropriating to their own
use the fruits of other men's labors, by
reaping the benefit of the newspaper with
out contributing a cent to its support.
The reports of the police justices pre
sented to the council night before last, show
the following figures: Squire Coming
fines assessed f 34.0.00 of which 15.00 were
collected. Fines assessed by Squire Os
born, $13.V00 of which $15.00 were
collected. Fines assessed lay Squire
Hobiusou $331.00. Collected, $30.00,
po that the total assessments during the
month of Jan., were $58(l.00,and total collec
tions $50.00, or a little more than one
twelfth part of the tines assessed. This is
anything but a satisfactory showing ami
leads us to conclude that either our crimi
nals are of the most miserably poor and
God forsaken kind or that the punishment
with which thy are threatened, so far
from being sufficiently severe to check
them In their devcltries seems to act more
as an incentive, and offer them an induce
ment to lay tlieniHelves liable to imprison
ment. It is to be hoped that the council
will in some way, deprive life in the
city jail, of some of its attractiveness.
If nothing better can be introduced by
which those unable to pay their tines can
be made lo partially remunerut" the city
for the cost of paying a jaiicr, police offi
cers, etc., and furnishing them with boird
and lodging, why, Ictus have a rock pile in
tho jail yard or souk where else. A slight
expenditure in that direction would un
doubtedly bring a good interest.
For some time past there have come to
our ears rumors of crookedness rumors
which seriously effect persons who ought
to stand above reproach and whose public
position demands (he strictest integrity.
These rumors have of late assumed the
character of positive charges, made by
persons whose opportunities tor learning
tin: facts are almost unlimited ami whose
veracity is, we lielieve, beyond quest ion.
That these rumors are founded upon fact
wc are not prepared to positively assert,
but it is remarkable ttiat for some time the
recovery of stoien property, especially
watches, jeweiiy, etc., without the arrest of
tlie thief, have been of very frequent oc
currence. This is known to all our readers
and has been a subject of much comment.
It is well known that a thief never com
mences operations immediately upon enter
ing the city. He first finds associates soil a
hiding place, and then after obtaining in
formation ns to where he can, tor cash, dis
pos of his iMHity, goes to work. After
coming into the posessiou of valuables by
burglarizing a house or robbing a citi.er ,
he quietly sells them to some house which
makes it a business to buy stolen goods, and
quietly leaves the town; and then after a
week or tw--when the thief is out of
reach some officer utisleriously obtains
posessiou of the jroods and return them,
it is said, for a money consideration, to the
We do not pretend to say
that iu every instance the thief
might have accompanied tue siol- i
eu article had the oilicer recovering that i
nrticie so desired, but we have good cause '
for believing tliut in Home instances this
might have been the case. It is charged
thai there exists in this city an organization
stniill of course composed of tt lew
officers of the law, whose duty il is to dis
courage all criminality by promptly arrest
big any one whom they know to lie a thief
and to have in his possession articles that
were stolen, aud that these oilicer have
conn:V"d with the thieves in order to t .xtoit
money from victims.
We say it here, that we do not know how
true these charges ate, but we do know
that then- are in this city, not less then six
houses. situated in the lower portion of the t Grnyville: G. W. Davis, Newport, Ark.;
city, who make practice f purchasing j H. i. Beaslev. Pine Bluff, Ark.: F. ('.
waethfR and other articles which they know J Brown. Carbondale: E. II. Wright, Evans
to have been stolen -knowing nt the same j ville; L. W. Sprites, Stoddard Co., Mo.;
time that, although purchasing these arti- .loshmi Powell, Jerseyville: Henry Fisher
cicala in direct violation of the law. ', (in., O ; E. W, Warriner, St. biuis,
they will be protected by the officers who j
compost) the rumored organization. And, MARDI GRAS AT NEW ORLEANS,
we further know that our people are becom- The old Reliable Great Jackson Route
ing heartily tired of bite of the continued i will sell tickets over their line to attend the
return of stolen property without hearing I Mardi Gras festivities at New Orleans, for
of the manner in which it was recovered.
The si ty is now again full of ihbvcs, and now
is the time to bring to justice the receivers
of stolen property who tire not a whit bet
ter than the I hieves themselves.
(JAPE GIRARDEAU STANDING ON A
BED OF SILVER.
( aiu (ilninl'iau Democrat
A gentleman, whose name wc are not ut
liberty to mention just yet, showed us this
week some huge slugs of pure silver ore
which he tells us he found within a few miles
of this city. The gentleman is a man of
limited means and Is digging the ore of
nights and on rainy days so as to keep other
people from discovering the mine. In
a few days he intends to ship several hun -died
pounds of the ore to the mint, niul
after receiving returns for it he will pur
chase about a thousand acres of land, on
which the mine is located. We could not
Cud out friu him In what dirsctiuu from
the city tho ore is to be found, but he as
sures us that within two months from the
time he has received a title to the laud he
will have money enough to build the Cape
Girardeau & State Line railroad from this
city to Texas. If the story is true, Cape
Girardeau will have a population of fifty
thousand inhabitants in less than five years
from to-day. The gentleman promises to
give us some particulars for publication as
soon as he has completed all the necessary
arrangements with regard to the ownership
of the hind.
For the litilli'tln.
A FEW QUESTIONS ASKED.
Mu. Eorrort: -Since there is such a de
mand for "sentiments" at the high school,
I have consented to furnish some original
ones. I will contribute just when ray
friends think it necessary, and begin with
the following, which I respectfully submit:
FltlKMl OK TlIK Ft I'M.
Since all pupils of the high school attend
for the purpose of obtaining knowledge
and pursuing their studies, should this ob
ject be defeated by the principnlt
Does he not do so, in depriving them of
halfun hour (or more) daily, and the whole
of one afternoon every week, for the pur
pose of giving the "Friday entertainments i'
Do not these entertainment, (however
pleasant for the public) greatly disturb the
pupil's minds; interfere with lessons, and
cause perpetual nervousness, hurrv and
anxiety ainony them J
At the present rate of progression, will
they not eventually become "grand mat
inees" (tickets at the door,) while the usual
course of studies will be of secondary im
Do parents send their children t. scIkhi
to be educated, or simply to entertain visi
tot? To receive ius'.ructions. or to rna
ment the school with their stage accniu
In the extraordinary amount of time d
j voted to thi'se exercises, does the principal
j study the welfare of the school or his own
II tlie latter, will the luture not .show
hiin his error?
An not the pupils and teachers sufliMeut
I taxed in their efforts to tpvc and receive
educational instruction, without these dec
orations which sic being added!
Would not one entertainment a month
leave mm e time l,.r quiet study. :,nd be a:i
an improvement on four.'
When taer cease to be recreations for
those taking part, have tliev not lost their
siipKsable purjHi.se ?
Ciikr.ni i i.nkss and rlu uinatsini do not
go together; for rheumatism, use St. Ja
cob's Oii am! be happy.
NEW AUKIVAL OF SPUING ,0 DS.
Wc will show to day 100 pieces new and
elugaut style spring prints; ulso 5') pien
brocade dreas goods in new soring shades
which weriffer nt 13,'j i ts. Worth to-dav,
I5cts. Srt Ain. Eighth street.
apples: apples: :
Chen). 50 cts. to $1.00 per barrel.
G. II. J.M'KSoN & Co.
Sr. .bisKi-it's Cm m ii, on Sixth avenue
New York, has a large mid wealthy congre
gation, ft pastor, the Reverend Father
Farrell, a faithful servant, known bv bis
works, testifies to the wonderful curative
properties of Giles" Liniment Iodide Am
monia in inflammatory rheumatism, pains
in (lie joints or l,itn, lor It gives instant re
lief, Sohl by all druggists. Send for
(n,f s I'm i cures Erysipelas. Dr. Giles
130 West Broadway, N. Y. Trial size 2
cents. Sold by Barclay Bros.
AT Till'. 1'I.ANTKK.s' 11(11 K.
E. W . Lewis. Anna; John Redden. Burn
side; John T. Milliken. Evansville; James
Rtis,ell, Shawn .etown; A. M. Parker, Hick
man: W. li. Barker, Hickman; W. R.
Wyi ii. Hickman; Thomas Lynch, Charles
ton: F. Gil-aid and wife, Dexter. Mo.;
.Limes Storm mid wile, Dexter, Mo,; M. J.
Seanlon, Des Moines, la.: C. F. Miller.
Muphysboro; Sarnh William, Murphysboro;
Minnie Cullcn, Si. Louis; T. T. Powell.
one fine, $17.50, the round trip. The sale
of tickets will commence from train leaving
Cairo, Wednesday, February 4th, nt 5 a.m.,
and cIimj with the train leaving Cairo nt 5
a, in., Monday, February flth. They will
be good to return to and including Sunday,
February tUth, 1880.
.1.11. JilNKf, F. ClIAMJt.KK,
Ticket Ag'f, Cairo, Gen'l Puss,. Ag't.
HOW WILL THIS DO?
b Note Heads as low ns $3 per 1,000.
Ten lb Letter Heads as low as $:) 75 per
Imperial Bill Heads as low as $3 per
Bills Lmling hs low as $ 50 per 1,000.
Envelops and printing $2, 50 to $M GO
At Tu K Bi'i.i.KVtN job office.
INCORPORATED UNDER THE LAWS
OF THK BTATK OF COLORADO.
TlIK COUJIIAIKI CO Oi'kltATIVK I'HOSl'WTI NO
AND MININfl COMPANY OK COMHUOO.
Principal office, Silver Cliff, Colorado;
Branch Office, Load villa and Silvertn.
Capitol stock, $1,000,000; not assessable.
100,000 shares, $10,00 each.
Custer County Boston, Chicago, Chlor
ides and Sun Lodes.
Fremont County Frisco, Newsboy and
Lake County Washington, Emma an I
San Juan County I'ucompogery, Union
und Gulenite Lodes.
The remainder of the preferred, fifty
thousand shares are offered in open market
for the next thirty days at one dollar s-t
There is estimated to be $500,000 worth
of ore in sight that will run from !I8 to 1 10
ounces of silver per ton, which requires ma
chinery and power drills to bring it to the
dump ready for shipment or delivery to the
This company now have under construc
tion in Muscatine, Iowu, one twenty-font
horse power engine urn boiler; one
twelve-horse power engine and hoisting
drum, with lifting vaparity of 1,200 pounds
,'50 feet, round trip, per minute, and. if
necessary, will raise 5,000 pounds; a sixty
horse power air compressor, capable ol
compressing 471 cubic feet of air per min
ute, which will furnish the power to run
tweivc drills at any distance within 5,()0o
feet from the compressor. The drills will
be added as fast as room is obtained fer
convenient work, and the largest po;i!'e
quuntity of ore will Im; removed and tl,'
company gu iranti.es a dividend of 2"i per
cent, on the par value of the stock lor Jsn
tl.iry 1st. IHHl.
For further information, and the pur
chase of shares, address the company Tre
urer, G. O. PEARCE.
Muscatine, low i.
II 1: N K KM !
Friday Feb. & 7 j Saturday
GihihI Miilinee Saturday Altermmi !
The (IKEATKsT ACTllKs.s of tic- Ap
Supported hv her ouu llrnu.atlr Company, a u
p.-rinr organization of talented artmt's. In
Kuril)' ( amplii ll a mo.', atuc-'s.ful So
eicty Com-dy liraina. entitled.
"Fate, or u True Woman."
And Hie l.'riguihc Klu'll'h Surceiw,
Lady Mmlloneror Maud's Peril
lntriidiii-in the t '-ii-l.ra'rd Sl.HKP WALK INK
aud MAI) .NCr.NK
"A neit eajoyablr nti-rtiltiini'iit. Mlaa Hem4ntt
i a ur'-at aitr r. and her compan one nt (be b-,l
of ilji, tea. on .'' - llii;hraoiid Diepatch
"Her voiie rival Charlotte Cuhu.aii la Li -r
paliiiieat days." nt. Louie Kepabiican
Ad:niiini 75 i ta unilMcl". Keerveil ..tW
a e at I). Ilartiuan wilhuiu i-xlra rharuu
On mid after Monday, .tone U. C.ie tio-jl wiUuiak i
I lie following t I;.-:
Coot fourth at
10 a. m.
i p. m.
4 p. tu.
t a. in.
3 p. m.
MiMonri Ijnd'R. Kentm ky Ld V
s a. m.
10:. It a. in.
4: l p. m.
: a. m
9 a. iu.
11 a. m
1 p IM
4 p. id.
J.-T. WAIIKEN (X).
HU M W. Second St.
Koreluiind Domestic drlfd and i-annsd fruits am)
Vi t tiilitea. Canned, dried and aalt Hub. Pic
lee. Siiucen, (ilia and (-'oinliinei.ts. Honp
etuft. link inn Powdera. ground and
whole Kplraa. Toilet and Laundry
Soap, Heed, .lulllea. Prvscrvea
fancy (iroi-erlea and tiro
Stock unparalleled in the Went.
SEND FOR OUR "GROCERS" MAN UK I.
Obtained tor uw Inventions, or for tmirovumenta
on old ones; for medical orolliiirr.ompoiinda, Uudii
mnrka and labels. Caveats, AltitnnnU, Inter
ferencne, AppeiilB, Suits for InfrliiKi.'iniinta, and
all cases arlslui? under the Patent ,ws. prompt
ly nttennen to. inventions tlmt liao been
If Ili'fyPbMJhrtliBl'iiteiit OnirH may still,
IllIIi'M J-il' In most chics, lio tiuteiitVd by
lie. liuuiKuppoeivii me u. n. mintil Department,
and nii(n!.'cd In J'atenl bwitniiM exelunlvii(r, we rau
make closer aearchce, Mini eecuro Pnteiita mom
promptly, and with broader claim, Hum tboae who
are reniole from WHshltniton.
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1 11 T J ill .1. V t 11.1 your (lovii'c; w rilKkll PI-
aiiiiiiAtlotni and uiIvIkc ns to imieniHlillltv. rn of
rhnrKO. All correspondence, strictly cuiilUlnntlul.
I'rieea low, ami no ennrtro utilean Patent ls-erurH,
Wo refer iu Waxhltiirtrin. to li iad I'likitiniifciitp
Ooneriil 1). M. Key, Itev. f, D.Power. The (iermaii
American rojiiueui Hunk, to ofnelala In tlie It, H,
Piitnnt Office, and to (senator ntirt Itenreaiiutullvea
In CfMiitrnsa: und CHpiic-l.Hlly to otic clli'tilH In evarv
Ut...A l .Ul. IT..I..M .....I ... IS 1.. . .1 , .
nbKtu iu .in- wuiwii uuii iu t.unaua, AiniroiJ
O. A. SNOW Al CO..
Opnotlla l'itnl Pfltoo, WaaiUautou 0.0.