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THK DAILY CAIRO lUJLLKTIN: VHIDAY MORNING, FEBRUAK.' , ISM.
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lrr.kNn.k. Morler, ll.iiiinaaii. lo salt', we
will wll tt lurnm.
MWIIi, ud fonr lots-tr ili'liklilc propi riv -
mnitlicact corner 7lb i.tn.i'1 and Ji iTeriiiii Avium-.
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r.tla Muiitlleaalion lia:io- W ill ho mIi1 low.
Apply III tlO" OllllMV
"Yyr II MA It KAN. M. P.,
Hoft.i'ii'iithic Physician ami Suitft'on .
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1 iwrseuh St. tad inliinclna kvwuutt, Ckitu.
E. W. WHITLOCK,
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YWY) DAILY WirJ.ETIiV.
I HNTNHl'.W A f THK I'OUT omi H l CAIUD. II.
J UNUIW, A .h()?'lU.AS HAru.H.
Oi KICUI. I'Al'KUOK Al.KXANDIC I" COlbSTV.
Only Morula,? Daily in Souther1. Illlunls
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W. II. KAY.
S'Tj't Sltfnitl Coma. I'. X. A.
(iKNKRAL LMM ITEMS.
--News nl' luriil intfiv-il wu ti si'uivc ar
--Tlie street fund lm "'cu over ilrawn to
the extent of $13! M.
--Mr. W. D. Clark will mlilre.-s the Ite
form clult to nil't-
Mr. Kisenlierf,' is slowly riroveriin;
from severe altiick of rlieumatii.ii.
- Mis. II. W. WcMi is Huul to le seii
i.iislj ick. Site lias linen unwell for some
- A southern oltawti' itli nuninTi)
princiles," is wlmt tlii wi-t!ier is now
- Mm. Miles V. I'nrker isispidly rwtov
erin tViiin her late severe i:lne : s. Slu- will
dfni he l!e to he out anin.
- The "FnultlcHs" is a live cent ci.itr,
that hike rDk with must of the teu cent
citfHi-. Uktntlly uttered. Sold hy Y. Kcu-s.
- Hsrry Walk-'r's lantern in front of 1,'u
n!!(hiii is true and ajirecj:itel blessing t
all Ktjvjiti.-nw who travel tlierealwutH
Mr. li. Y. Davis did n;t seeire the
necessary hond ye.-terdav to sin his free
dom and I'ousetjip'iit'y still re-ides i:i the
Mr. (Jeo. K. O'llarayoierday disced j
of the handsome soda fountain which lor
nierlv graced his dm:; store. Mr. llehssek-
er in liie purch ver.
-Tlii ditl'ereiiee between the coal
inker ami owners, at 1U Quoin ami St.
'o!i:is. ha-, been satisfactory and promptly
adjusted and the miners resumed wi r!
-Out of si .111:; patches of truth we matin- j
faetured a little mantle yesterday morning. !
hut we did not spread it ou r the entire
community. That little job was performed J
uy one of our ( veiling cot. inpoaries. ;
NotliitiT ha et been heard ofthc theif
who carried off Mr. I.ouis C. Herberfs rifl..
u f-w .J.tvs uo. Some fellow carried it ofl i
under li'.s couf while t!i" barkeeper was en-
Mr. W. ('. Loilin is out of town 011'
lillsi.iess cnliJiecte l with his duties lis j
Cniteil States' ganger, lie will be back ;
lo- lay. Mi. tii'oige Sargent tittends to 'f
hi- mail rout d'iri.'iu his absence.
The r'aiiiar tneiithly meeting of the I
T.'iii er s As-j'ci,i',:oii will be held in thft
o'liee of Sijitir" Coinings, on ilighth .-treel.
this ''veiling. Hour of mtreliiig 7 oVb.ck.
M I). HitKKi.i.. S"c y.
Lent h ''ins 11 't week but that wili
not ititerleie with the iiseof the"l'iiiiltlcss" !
live cent cigar, s'.bl wholesale and retail, i
by K. Kor-ni 'vi r. iiio l.-vc. corner of
Sixth stri-i t. '
Sl. '.i.l'.l tci; i lodges .V is to h ic gone
to si. I. nils. 0.1 iiiisiness, ye-ier lay. We j
fail 111 1 to see his "Venerable, shade" around :
the court house ami hence coiiclii'le that
he has gone,
Officer Winis arrested one IV.s-ji.-v i'inu
ley yesterday and brought him before
tine r.obin.son for a hearing. "I'iain
i drunk'' was the charge preferred agiin-t
! hi;, 1 tnd one dollar w the XI 1 assessed,
j -In the compiiuieiilury notice of Mr.
I Aielnlnlei 11. Iivill, Wi; did lint advocate
I that eiitlcinan for the office of chieldi' po-
lice, in stating that he could till that of
lire acceptably vv s'ateil ,1 l'.u f which did
ii"l i' te't't upon our piest-nl able chit f.
- - .las. Mi. K 11.I0 whs i-Mcrday brought
boi'on .'sqi. he Robinson charoed iih di iink-
eline-s. i e rt .is lou'i'l guilty and asse-seii
the usual liii", which linding himself 1:11
able to n.iv he was sent to the lock-uo for
; tlllei tl.iVs. l. Ul rest W:ts lllU'U.'bv 1.
- The r.iUit ible Life .--liranc" S' 11 iety,
during th- ni 'iiih of lieeeniber paid urn
-JiJ'f.OilO: 1WO 5v0,UIJU; line ..'iOll; folii
"(.U'liiaiid tliiilc n -iiiiilii r polic'ns ran;
' ,',,,, t ,IH)0 to :',,(H)I) each, All it
iiii,i.'i - if
iiieoii'.i -table nfter three jear
II A. lit it.i;i i". Aneitt.
A l. Cairo, Illinois
- M"si-. lien. , ami Alexander II. Ir
v in '.ei t lot 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 on Thursday's coach.
Vie rci'ii I liuit til.- inner, who has been in
Molilalia a 1 "U'e iff mouths, contemplates
P ininiiig to lilinoi.s. lie has imide atluiii
in;: fii' nds i,(' i ll who huve In come ac-
oiiiL'.iit.'d vv lib loii. ibil'iiiu his sii'ioiirn lii're.
and we would be phased if he "should yet
reeoiiHidt r and remain.-I New Noiih -
west, Deci L.Mlge, Montana.
Jl'iviic' mtii)e early purchase in all
.:Iu.-,s-m of dry goods, pievioes lo the recent
advinie". ..11 -nie prepared to offer induce -
tie-nii t i th- i "..h trade which no other
hou.e e ui iiifer. l)o nol dei ty yt.ui pur
ehiiKis at nil, goods will certainly he mueh
liiaher. We solieii un inspection of Mtak
and prices. Si i. tuT, Kigh'.h str el.
Since it is know to our oflicers that
tin IT Hie those ln do tint hesitate to pur
chase articles which they know to liaveheen
Milieu, some cll'urt should he made to hro ik
up that little "uuie. They should be spot
ted nnd not encouraged in the nefarious
htisinei-ii by carelessness or Negligence of
the officers of the law.
The announcement is made that the
r.ejmbiicun Stute Executive committee will
meet in Chicago thn 2"i'li of this mouth,
for the purpose of determining the lime
and place for holding the Republican Slate
Convention to appoint delegates to the lie
publican National Convention and to nomi
nate state ticket It Is miriniked that the
.State convention will be held in Springfield
the 19th of May.
Hardin county is to be congratulated. A
short time since, through the efforts of a
Republican ring of speculators her county
orders went down to '.'0 cents on the dollar.
She has recovered, and to-day her orders
are almost or quite at par. She dof s uot
owe a cent of interest ; her court house ami
poor farm are paid fur, and her paupers
costs her only Ave dollars a month. While
all this was being doue. little Hardin has
remained true as steel to the 1 eiuocr ilie
In another column this morning will
be found an advertisement of Fellows'
"Compound Syrup of HyjK'pUojphites.
This preparation has never been a'dvettised
in this section, but still lias come iuto al
most general ue, simply on its ow n ncrits.
Physician throughout the country pre
wribe it, and it is found tt) hit uueijualed
us a medicine for lung complaints of al
kinds, from a slight cold to that most to be
dread.d of the catalogue, consumption.
We know from experience, that it is en
titled to all it claims, therefore, unhesitat
ingly recomnviui it.
We Mated soim'timc aijo tlmt two men
took rooms at the Waverlr hotel, an 1 after
everybody had Mired, arose and went
through" the clothes ot their tellow Imlgers
lin. ling only a little money. One of theiu
escaped, but the other was arrested aad
tried, bat th- evidence was iusutl!ci"nt and
he was discharged. The man who w as caught
in Mis. Stite's imuse a few nights uoo. prov
e.l to be the same fellow and he wi'.! now
i:i aii probability receive hisju.-l deserts.
-A communication was read at the last
im etiug of the council, charging Orlicer
Schuckcr.s with arresting u man ami then
.-en. ling him out of the city without trial.
Tie- !ii;it!er was inveMi gated . by the proper
coinmitt'V, coiuposed of Messrs. Woo. I ward,
Saup 'ind Kviiaston. am) their report will
be i.-ad :it sue mx' m-eting of the council,
Th.- l -ci si.n of the coinuitti e will not be
known until the council m-eK but the geir
1! tieiiel ts that the entries were not
i,,Vl t!, ,t llu' r,T",rt wiU vxUm"'
M:u'omb Journal : "Th-rc i cousijer
abie intere-t being ta'f'ii itl the teiupernnce
m-i'tings now going on at the court hou.-e
The man having them in charge is :i K-n-tuckian.
wlio knows from experience, some
thing aiioiit the evil etTeclsof even the be-t
old boiiri.oti of hiantilive state. lie is a
plain, billiit man. and what he suy is to the
point. There is great room in this town
for rri'otniiiuoii. especially aniono our
: young men, and if Mr. f.owryean persttatle
1 tli. ui loforsukit their cups, nnd to taste no
I more, forever, the baleful stuff, he will have
I done a g d woik. for which the fathers
and mothers of M iroiub will have gnat
' te,aon to be thankful'"
I -- On the 1-t of last month Sj.U" Treasii
f i"! -viiiilh paid iJ'ilH.iiOtt of the urate debt:
ids 1 ,i7."i,U0ll itilen-si on local hondeil in
debtedness. This payment of the stale
i debt leave- about a similar amount to lie
j paid on .lanu irv 1. HM1, when Illinois will
' owe no di bt. The 7 per cam! Illinois C n
. tra! railroad fund thi-ycar will aiuount to
I about ioOO.Uiii). whicii will be more than
enough to pay oil' the ba.ance on the slate
; debt by nearly f."i.i'nn. After INmii the
Illinois Cent rid fund can he used for re-
ducingthe general revenue of the state il
th- next legislate.:- is as oiuunicnl as il I
Tin-farmers ol Illinois end the north
west. gen'Mally. have had another trying
winter in the matter of road-,. Time ami
agiintlcv have been actually mud-hound.
Illlcre.nUr.se, when po-silile, hits been iil'tetl
times difficult. The lariner is not thenly
sutii nT. for the storekeepeis in the towns,
deprived al seasons of the cietotu of the
faimeis, upon whom their main reliance is
Miuietltnes placetl. ol'li'li lose t In profits of
1 .1 ... 1 1 ... 1
in winter ii"caus" me muti oounn tanner
1 will make shift to live upon what he has.
. Whoever in the western country will point
the way to praciiiasble roads, that shall also
1 be cheap, will have the presidency of the
l.'nit.'d ! ,te- fur his reward.
, 1 1 tl'ollbi' S ( 'ol. Illgeisoll tllltt llo less
I than ad'.'.DIMI.miu of the people's Bl Hl"y
I goes eveiy year to maintain the preachers;
albeit, the colonel himself i.s said to mukc
' ai'ie.ind tit'.'o ,uun a yenr pitching into their
1 pri ai hiic.'. To this The Central ItaptiM
replies that the lawyers annually cost ,(!
people about ijf 70.0l0,000, Hlld the Cl ilnili'ilH
'!'-(,!H,-,m". !""' i'""ic:.tiiig lupiois $(J((I,.
j flliO.IHMi. "If." ndd the llapiisl, ''('ol. .
Igcr aill fe...nrds the pn icliei', i"i i lv as a
i luxuty. it .("ins to i. he ought to have t(.
; endor lo admit that they are a U'od deal
' h-s roMiy and do a good deal c;.., hun,
thtui the ItiMivy of lawyers, criminal.-, nnd
1 .troiig diink."
! Tin' pnrly and ma-iiuendn bull given by
Mr a'nl Mrs. Jno. Sjiront at their resi liTua'
I on. Hie oritur ' cjivtli lreet ati'.l W tilptiy;.
ton avoutie, hM night, was largely attended
ami was a brilliant success. For several
hours people from every part of the city, in
carriages and on foot, made their way to
ward the house, from which bright streams
of light poured out nt every window. The
assembly wns nti elegant uie, and the fun
and general enthusiasm was unbounded
ami lasted until late in the night. Of
course everybody went home reluctantly
uud satisfied that they were never better en
tertained. -The weuther bureau luis invented an
iustrument which will show the probabili
ties as well as they are given by the bureau.
The instrument litis dials which on certain
indications of wind ami atmosphere will
predict a certain kind of weather, the pre
diction being based on a thousand obser
vations. In other words, a thousand ob
servations heretofore made showed that
certain condition:, ,f the w;ud and altiios
pliere brought about within a day or two or
three days certain weather. It is intend
ed to have one of these instruments placed
in the post offices of all the cities, so that
eveiyotie can be his own "Old 1'ivbabiii
-A passengei who had cro-a-'d the river
on the transfer boat Junius S. Morgan,
came very near losing his life by drowning
at : o'clock yesterday morning. The boat
had just liitnKd at its whaif nt the foot of
Fourth street when h" aftsmpted t"
leave it, and mistaking the shadow
ca.t by the guards lo the wlurf, stepped
oil and into the water. The night watch
men. John (Jladney and Ed. Akers, at once
came to his rescue, but it was not until the
drowning man had stink several tim -s that
lie secured a hold ou a stage plank which
wns extended him by the night watchim rt.
It was with the greatest difficulty that he
was restored to consciousness. Uis n un
is uu'snow ti.
Tiik L'l i.i.kti.n M'-terJav con railed a
CMiiimunication from a ladv crii: i-ing fie
mil.;,,, .elm,,!, vv.. le.r. .ivr,v. t .i.ei,
tl.M mound that the srhoo'l ,., , ;
in employing principal and tethers, ;
n.iwn ,.., , , i.i.i ...v , .... M.'.ti:, ......
bna- . , ...... .. .. .1..
tlu. which is best for the public, the
schools and the scholars. We believe
that the public schools of Cain take fnmt
rank with the best schools in the count rv.
but as there are "many men of many mind
so there are many opinion among the
citizens of Cairo as to how 'the schools
should be conducted. The columns of
Tin: Mi l. 1. kits will always be open for the
is-of any who desire to criticise schools,
churches, or public officers, adver-ely, or
othef.vUe, over rUKiit oa v.n.
but tiitist d.'cliiit'. hi re.d'ter to oub.ish
unl'll.lii.r 111 llu. L in.! ,..,- v.kll 1 il' till, ,v
(.J ute a nticibef of posters which ar" 1
piwtcd up in various portions o!" thr city. I
aiinoiiiice that lion. I). T. Linegar and 1
Hon. W. II. Green will address a annul :
mass tiC'ting in the court house on Mmi- j
day evening next. These g. titl"nu n, and j
probably other abb- speaker-, will thor- 1
oiiglily tliscijss tiie Irish land uesiion and
ley bare to the people the sufferings Ire
land s poor are now enduring, lheiiis-,
tress in Ireland seems to be on the increase:
people are daily turned out of house and !
home in different p iris ol liie Isie fur non j
pavment of runt or for common debt as the
' - 1
case may be. and many pcopl" are repotted j
t'i be in a starving condition. I.ale'y ex-
treineiy cold wathep in lhai coiiurn has.
aooeu gfentfy to flic sintering conoition
I of the lieopie. It vents that
! the wntlier of t i" i.a-t "-11111-j
met- v.l-011 was so wet and Unfavorable (ha!
it was inip'i--ible to tlry and prepare any
I thing like a sufficient supply of pent for the
I present wiuief, so thai fin I is jn-l us earce
j in proportion in Inland ihis winter as any
j other neces-aiy article of living. The
I meeting at the court hou-e should be a
! large one. and doubtless will be. since the
j speakers are gentlemen of ability and elo
' tpiencc, who are always listened to with
pleasure. After the speeches committees
will nrobabiv be appointed for the purpose
((. t.a(Vils,inur t1(,(.itv ,,m (;(,cctit.g n.onev
... wi ,. ,,,,,,,,,1 l0 ,.,,,
Il. r:i.i i. For pei soils suffering from
c.hau-Hoii of the powers of tlie brum and
nervous system, from long nnd continued
study or teaching, or in those cases of e
liau.siion from which so many young men
suffer. 1 know of no heller medicine for
lessor .'ion to health than Fellow s' Com-
poiiini Sj 1 up of llyiopliosphitt.'s.
IliiMicvi) Ci.av, M. I'., I'ligwash. X. S.
To night this brilliant young actress ap
pears for the first time 011 the hoards of
(.'aim. ller fame, as well as the Mnuding
of lu r iroupe, has preceded her. and the
Atheueiiui will be crowded. A New Or
leans new -p iper says :
"La-l night appeared for ill" second litue
on out hoards thi truly great aetre-s -us
1, rely Clialioner - und our statement of yes.
tctday was fully vnriiicd. Miss llerudoii is
without a doubt one of the greatest actress,
es on the American singe, and our citizens
show by their attendance they know how
to appreciate true genius and artistic merit.
Perhaps no where J11 the play was the
genius of this "tpieeu of Iraitedy" inure
luiuiii'csl than in the sleep walking seem',
where she hurriedly glides upon the Mage,
(so-ttiined in a flowing while robe, her hair
en deshabille hanging oos"ly down her
buck, uttering in her troubled slum
hers ihe wonts nnd "nii.iie she dare not
breathe, by day." The husband (Sir ltalph 1
listening to what aecnm to liitn the uuwor
thiiiess of his true wife. Then Ihe awak
ening in the presence ot thai hiisbiiml. Al-
tog'iklicr it was thn grandest tiding we
have evei witnessed. The piny is of Kn
i.'lh.h origin, and the scums takes place in
Mia tnoih-r country, It in full of exult-
ing climaxes, iind gives scope, for the
dit-p'ay of ureal dramatic power and ef
fect, mid It Is no compliment to say
the company were fully up to the re
quirements. (Jerald Uirard (Mr. Ab
Uitt) displayed exceedingly fine acting
throughout the play. The Sir ltalph of
Mr. Outrun was also very good, Miss
Loane, Mr, Van Deven and Miss Dnncy
acted well, and Albany (Mr. Harry Mack)
kept the house in a fine humor. Space will
not permit us to partieulaiiire more.
A lllll. TO I M'ilKASl. th K MDJilKKOF .lUIXiKS
in tiik st iMKMi: conn ok tuk i'niti
Wash 1 virus, Feb. ;rd, 1SS0.
There has long been a necessity for an
increase of this capacity of the highest judi
cial bench of the government, and the hill
introduced by Mr. Manning to increase the
I'nited States supreme court, to twenty-one
judges has become a subject of general
consideration with the legal profession of
the Hiuutry, and has received the approval
of many eminent lawyers. It has become
indispeiisiiile to extensive business interests
to expedite the work which ha accumu
lated before the supreme court. Prominent
attorneys in Washington and other cities
say thev have eases before the court that
canno. with the pi'-sent organization of that
body, and in th" regularjoplrr of business,
be reached in less fhn five years. That of
it-eifis Mlffii if!)! to induce c.iilgiecs to pro
vide .oin,' remedy. How many persons
then: in condition t" wait live years fr jus
tice, after having borne tin- expense and
tedium ol lighting th"ir rui.s throi'.eh the
lower court-; It i re isotrtMe to suppose
that many ca-c- a'e bun -loned by those
who have law and etjnity on their side
rather than wait for a tlccisinn by
the rou if of find r-vott Tlie
Manning bill propos's to in
ce ise the coiir! to twt niy-osie j nig"- a". t
subdivide it into three sections, or sub-
chainliei.s, each ctaisi-ring of seveu j'i lg'
iucliiii ing tlieoec (ire -i i i i ug . Th'Te siull be
a chief justice ami two as-ociate or a.ssint
'hi''f j'iw . w ho are to pr. side over
.1, .,. 1 . ..... ....1.
U'.- lUHTVUI't l.:.'..-S. .Ml." "1 ..-
chambers shall hs e jtirisd'.ctl U over
ccuitv ciii-e-, au l the oflcTtiver a'imi'aKv
:xn -1 cans-sin w 1,1,11 tie- 1 i,:tcd Mates ts a
party. Tin deei;',', ,.f r'ii- -uh-rhamb.'-rs
.. I must he submitted to us,! passed upon by
j the full court. 'I'lil- to cornplv 'V ;!i the
j Cotisfitutlon I" the effect thsf
i there sll lll be - !-"" sUprflUC
Court I tie slilnliVI-'on- lie j r ti.'' purpose
of facilitating bll.sill'--. Allo.liM idea of
the au:lne of the b b is
public coioi leru'e i;: tin
add to the r cl of i''
II. f il
suor me court and
,i"ii',oiis, to in
if it can be ":n
its It'lllib t so !'
tillll.llietl" b;. i -IV 111;.' a
cotssifry repr. - iited upon
t a 'dve a Iditimn! ;ud gi-
tlolls ot tbe
if bench. The
rois'-ed ia th-
bill aoi:'d be .ipiuiius.ai as thus" now on
tll- bench bv the ; ires i ji-,i t , "be. Mid with
I the nlvrce .eld con-'-lt ,.f V nafe." P11--
I ties who b'-conic in.oiv -d iii iiiig.ition with
I corporations I'rcipi u:!y iJi.t b't au ol
1 the inability of the stipn tin- court to iIs.om
i of the business that coin '- bc'oiv it. ( or-
j poralioiis cmpioy iiltoi ic-;. b, the year, anil
' t'lCfefoie. t lit-v tiglil cu:. -' - :u tlie :Hst. An
i ineiea-e of iitlgitioil tl.ies not co.st till III
j any increase of expense; but it is dill' ieii!
wiiu tin- individual who mast pay as he
got-, andt i whoiu il is a g. 'at i.urden. per
hlii". to follow and appeal to the reni"
cunt. I nlevs 1 here is a large amount iu
Volv"i the eoi yif ition often escapes by
simply carrying the cause up to tie- hlhet
I ciu;t, 1 lie numoer 01 l mtci t..:i scii
I cuit judges wii increased sine time icmj.
j and their jurisdiction enlarged with the
view 01 reliiing the jnes-nie upon the -u -j
pretne coin!, but the effect was the ver re
I verse of what was anlii ipn'.ed. The lu
cre. i-e ale
enlargement of lower couit-
added to 'he eases x'llt lu the supreme
j court. Icre tin' s!v is large enough to
' warrant the outlay persons will in-ist upon
! having ihe decision of the court of iinal re
i sort. Coiigre.s and the bar now leaiA'
I this, and the object is to give the highest
court power ami l icmties lor deposing
prompt iy f the l, s;ii"-s that cum. - iv-
Al Til I. l'l XX'I Kits' III II l..
E. Watriner, S'. Louis:'!'. M. Dauals.l. ik"
(iii.it y. I' tin. : C. P. Cites, Lake county
Teiin.; .1. C. Waiti, I'arrls Landing. Mo.:
C, (.'. Palmer and wife, Marion. Ills.: Mr-,
Donovan, Patilicah, Ky.; Miss Maggie
Mieflock. Pa liicah, Ixy.. A. Ilt'owu, Evans
viile; V Hern. Ysi.oo Cily. Miss.: .1. M.
Pale. Va.oo City. MNs.; C. N. Walls, Ihcsi
tur. Ills.: II. A. Dairing, Pittsburg: II. P..
Siiusnn, Anna: .1. C. Caty. Melleville; T.
M. I'Y an. Padueith;T. E. lxinley, Padu-
eali; J. W. Nichols, Essex. Mo.; W. II
Nichols. Essex, M.i.; A. M. Askew ami
wife. Marion, Ills.; leo, Kraas. St. Imtiis;
W. II. Smith. Ft. Worth. Texas.
Oi u patient, for whom we procured Ihe
St, J ,r his Oil,, is 1111 old man of 71 years,
who lor lour years had been suffering with
rlu lliuatism nnd swelling of the legs, llu
consulted five phy'iciaiu without any help.
We tiicd the Sr. J vi'inis On, on him. nnd
this woadeifiii remedy cured thn sufferer
beyond the teach of danger. Win. Hiu
ricli, ( )raiig''ville, N. V.
NEW Al! til VAT. OF SPUINO (500D8.
We will show to-day UK) pieces new and
elegant styles spring prints; also f0 pieces
limeade drew- goods in new spring flmdes
which woofloral 13' eta.?. Worth tu-dny;
lct. iStoakt, Eighth strcot.
All order for coal after this date, should
be accompanied by cash, and will hi
filled by the weigher, from the Illinois
Central yard, on Fourteenth street. Coal wiir
be delivered ut reasonable price, to any
team, and purchasers should see that
weigher's certificate accompanies each
load. Caii.o City (Vi. Co
Fuhuary lird, J3S0,
THE CHEAPEST PLACE
tt 00 for biMits and sImk-s either lo have
them made to order or buy ready made, h
nt C. Koch's, Commercial avenue, Is-twuen
Fifth and Sixth streets. He bought his
Mock of boots ami shoes, leather and timl
ings before the late rise, and will give th.t
public the heni'tii by selling at tr old
prices. Do not fail to rail when in ii""d iff
goods in his line.
MAUD! GP.AS AT NEW OliLEAN'S
The old Reliable (heat Jaekmu Hon"
will sell tickets over their line to attend tli
M irdi Uras festivities at New OrlcaiM, (01
one fare, $17. ."iO, the round trip. The
of tickets will commence from train lcnvui
Cairo, Wednesday, February 1th. at o 1 m ,
and close with the train leaving Cairn i' .".
a.m., Monday, February Jth. They
be good tn retcrn to and including Sri is.
Febtuary i:jth. !.
J- H JdNKs, 1". ('HiMil.hn,
Ticket Ag't. Casio. O -n'l Paj4. , '
HOW WILL THIS DO
Fix lb Note Head- as l ev m $ ;)..r l.f)i) ;.
T' a lb Letter Heads 1, law a- ! 75 ;.'i
Imjii-ri'.l ilill H'-vi- s- ;..A f.'
At Tmk Itt 1.1 mis j.ib (I'M 'e
IN o!.Pu.:vi i;i l ND I II l IHE I.WVs
OF THE STATE OF CoLOPAbO
111:-: ( oljs'.Alei ( ') Oi'Kit, rrv K cuhiCBcti i
lt mimm. rfmriM- 01- ciu.oh
Principal office. Silver Cliff, Colon. 1 . ,
Er.rich Office, Letdvii!e and Sdv.-r's,
( apit"! stis-k, '.000.IXH); not s-esa'i:
lilo.Oiiij shi.re-, f tO.OO ctit h.
( ovlI'V.VV fltOI'KK .Y
( lister Cl Unity le-t"ll. Chi' Jg ... Ch. e
ides and Sun Lodes.
Fi'iuont County-Frisco. N'ew-bov .nd
l.iK'kout Livii s,
Lake iViuuty - W.sh;nrtoii Lilian 3,1
a.i Juan Coiin y I m .:a;v.g uy. t ti ij
and 1 lab-nit'' I.odrs.
The remainder of tin- t.ia-f ,-rr.. t ;j 't
thotiiinid sres are ( fl'i r I in 1 j"-., nia;k'.''
for tiie uei thiity d ivs ,,t ,i,;;,r ..,
Tin re is estimated to be fV'I'I.IMiO i.e':
"f o: in sie,t that will run from :;s t,, p,
ounces of silver per tun, which rc; linst nu
cliirsery and jsiwi r drills ;o bring il to t'ei
dump r.-ady for shipment or delivery t,,
This company now h-4V .inder constru,
tion in Muscatine, loa i. on- ta-e.-itv four
horse j tower engine and hoih-r; i,ri-twcive-l'.orse
power engine nnd hoisting
diutil, with lifting capacity of l.'.'dtl p0un.i1
;,.iO (,.(, i-oiind tr p. per sninute. aad. if
necessary, will raise .".OOO pounds; a ixty-h'ir-e
power air cinie.sit. capable ot
compressing 47l cubic f. 1 1 ni air per miu
ufe. which wili furnish tie- po.-.- 'r :o ;r.,
wep,. .drills at any distance within j.inin
ieel t ri .111 I he compit'ssiii . Ti.e dl'iils wi;
he added as fas; us room is obtained f u
convenient work, .and the largest possible,
quantify of ore will h" removed and th"
company guarantees a dividend of j(,-r
cent, on tlie par va'u of the stock to: Jj-i
uary l -t. t MS I .
For t'uttlier iu.'oi -ina'iov. aed tin- pur
chase ut' si".;- s. address the coin; any Tieas
ui-r. o. o. PEAHt E.
j T I I I-. N V. C M :
FnMiiv Vi'h. li a- 7 S;ilnr.i.i)
(illlll'l M.lliliee Siitni'day Altcl liooll !
Tli i.KKA'l'I'.sT Ai 'l b'ttss ,, ii, L-,..
ss'.i;iinr,'d liv h'-rmvii llr-inciilr t Oio i.hii v . h
,'t-ritn iirzHnntulliiii ot ( e 1,1 . ,i ar:i-'-. In
Itllllly t.llll!ilii'li's 111(1-'. -liii-.'ssf'll Si.
l it'lv I'tiui'.'ily llratui.. e'.niileil.
"I'.itp. (r a Triip Wonnm."
Ami tin- Ki'lenlni; Kuiixh Sncn-es.
l.:ii!y(liall()Tieror. Maud's Peril
lulriiiliit lu.' tlie ci'lelinili'il St.HKl' WAt.KINll
ami M AI) Nt'KNKS
A lin'-t riijiimlilf ('ulcrtsiiinH'iil . Miss lii'nuton
i i "rest ifiii us. mill lur iMimpmiv one of thi' bivat
ul' ihe siuihiii.'' ItitlimoiitlOiapiiicli.
'ller vol, f r'vnls Cbmlotti' rushmnu's in tier
imliiili'nt tluys " SI. I.tium l!eml)litaiu.
Ait'aUsloa "i."! i t- mill '.d 1 1 Keseivcrl iie ils I'm
Srtle.it I). Ilnrliiiiiii' w'llli iat e.l i it i liart'o
PKOl'l'.lEl'OH OF SPPOAT'S PATENT
Vliol"t-s;tU Deiilfp in lee.
ICE 1JYTHF. CAIl LOAD Oil TON.WEI.L
PACKED FOH tSIHPPINrj.
Car Loads a Specialty.
n' v i o ru :'
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee"