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THE DAILY CAIUO nULLKTLY: THURSDAY MOKXINfr, FEMilJAlU' 12. 1880.
AM, AUVEHTISEMENTS In thl column, ol
4vi- lini-aum li or ii-m will be publlMiud lor
tat) mm tintrt!o!i;:i tlm . ' cenli-i 1 week. t'u
l month, l.Su; 5 mouth without ch:iOKi'. $ I"'1,
ninth. Kci-h additional Hue, prorata, smtationa
wanted fn "
We livc Hi the Ilulletlu new fmw "j1', flc'
tory, a No. n. Meelcr, lUnmann.t Co Mile., lhat we
will n.'ll hi a hurii'ilti.
Dwi:iiuKial funr lol vi-ry dcriral.l.i prnpertv
B uoutlicai't corner tth street unil Ji;rcrnll Aveiuc.
M. .) HoWl.KV. K.il KftHl.' Audit
Ownsii and purrlifuwr of real itat in Cairo
HBOUlil In- sure thev have 8 Rood ttt'.v. I am U'w
prepared to furnl-h'aVtracts si ruojiahli' noes.
M b AM r. i'I' A i .
( rtlri in Court limine
Au order good for !'. if M'Pl'Ul oa "!? Vyl
Srai-cUxN M-iidU-i'lirtn 1'lnno. N ill lie old low.
Apply ' "'tin-
Mr. L .! . Ilvrin' cm iioeoiiiniophit a Tp'W day
..,i..f- ii.iar.1 i!nl room I ir two. I rice" wry
low. Al'plv h: her house riiAt to t!ii' Cutl.o!'.
rhurrii on Washington avenue.
It sT II AY NOTICE.
Taken lip l'V tli -uli rllnT. lit the lower 11 1 of
Wit!tiirtn ilvt'titttf. Cairo. Il.lnoi. 'out ttiu !t
October. 1SV. three-year old heifer, Iniie end
white in color. No eur murk, (rienp'.y honied.
The owner can have the ciinie In- proving property
.indp.tvln-cliirL-e W1I.1.IAM CASK
Ki lj'iiary, l-wi.
IIOI'SB AND LOT EOU SALE.
Hoiinf and lot Kitiuted on Jiffernua and Thir
LfD'aftrivt between Jeflerson u:id Cedur mri't.t.
Sid Mowrtv kitimted as fo'.lown. lo-wi:: Lot num
lierMiVilhloekntirnVr :U In the Tlihd dddltiou
totheciu of Cairo. Fr f:mlirr nsrtlcuUM lo
oairft thehou.e. Till. MA II. VMM Ell.
Dated thl. llth iln of Wj. Ii.
U. MAKEAN, M. I).,
ivatliii' Physician and Surycf
fBre Hi f.. merci'll av.fi:ie. KeiUlenci f
" iMirte. oth St. and W-juLtatfon avenue. Ct
II. E. W. WHITLOCK,
t,rr. xSa. Vf. I onirnerct.ii Aveaue. hetween
Eijllta :iud Ninth Street
R. W. C. .TOCELVN.
1 i-: N T 1ST.
OFt'K'E-Elifhth Street, near Commercial Aver. tie.
MiTAUV PC BMC.
Notarv Puiilic ami Conveyani'i'r.
OF?I B: With the Widows' iiad Oorpnat;"' Mil
aal Ai I So.'ii ty.
WOOD AMI CO AL.
f Y WHKE1.KR.
It. iler in all kin W of
Cord Wood, Stove Wood.
BIG MUDDY COAL
WOOD AND COAL YARD:
Tenth street. Ui'twccii Viisliiiurton an '.I
t iiiiiiiipm u.
7C, OHIO LEVEE.
Kodiri or d'ft !' ini"i'iref. nelui ixpoed to &
Milk ii"liMTeil tivlce a diy,
SEALED IN PINT BOTTLES.
Try it mid pi en lor yoiirselie-.
30 PINT TICKETS ONE DOLLAU!
pf':i-li id delivery of ticket!-.
7 Ohio Levee,
DlMl T in
Boat Stores and Groceries,
(if a'.! knnlr.
01JK.V NHiXi r A XI) DAY.
Kr.'h Iisirv and i t t Eil'." P. iIIpt. 0Iit anil all
icipid.' 'il : r ;i i 1 wli 'ti in .-.i-'m, on hand and iteliv
eru pruuiptivat riwiih-ii.-t free. Uy-v r ilelivercd
nv Yl. !
Not'.C' l liereo.v Ulveu that I will bc:il l!ie f.tllow
ini Irillled p'aces, at the t:ine heiow
Minted, lor the purpoe of folli-.rtilrjr the
Keveuu.i ol A l.-xai! J.-r futility, liliuoK
fur the yi ar 1,'.i, A-c; and all perruna
wantiiii! to niive tii penalty of otic per relit, per
month, will mlt-- ndvintavie of the oI.e' tor'H visit j,
an inau iited tielow. mid i.iy the r taxru In their own
At (Hon; h(iiie of Durham Ciuiliic. In town
of Eh . p. In II r.i-voiid precinct, on We !in j.oiv,
Junanry 'JUt. A D l,i
At the (PtPirc. tion-e of Heury llntuncker. in town
of Sandui-ky. in Sandii-ky preeinct, i n 'i'hiircilay,
January A. D. Hli.
At fiore lio'i'u of li, y. Curtis. In tow:m M-mIm-w
I'ark. in IM'.y precinc!, vu Fridav, .tinman, ilnl,
A. D Iwi
At store hone of Ilo'lje & Martin, at lt.-.-cl.
Vid.'e MatPi!.. Ml .-:c(.li Htdire ti'i-ciiic'.. on jatt!r
uuy. Jiiti'.ia. v Jlth, A. D. lio.
Al nure lmupi: of It. A. Ivlir.. roi... In f
Kat Cajie (iiranlea'.i. in Ea-t Citpe t-n irdi-au
precin. I. i.n .Monday. .Jnum-.ry ,'ith. A. D bs).
A' Mori hiKiie of Jilenll. y iV t'o.. In to.' ii of
(.'lew Ciei'li. In I'ie.ir ( reel; tin rw. on Tuemlav,
Jan'oiiy i'.'.h. A. li. Ws i.
At ;.'.rc li...'".' of P. F lir.'wti ,: r.m , In tmvn of
Thelii-pi. in Tim '" pncitict, on Wednentlny. .Ian
tlnry ih, A. 1 lsui
At miirt liouft- ot A. II. Ireland, in town of Sutita
Fe. lu Saiiu Fe pn clnct. on Thnrmliiy, .lnuiiiirv
if'l'l. A. I). I-vmi.
A! "tore Iioiiim.' of ,In. II. Mukhay. In town 0
d'ntiiercial Point. In (I'limc Uiimil precinct, on
Fridu), January Ml). A. I). ISM).
At tl.p. reldencc of Nicholas Hhhchi'Iot, In I.nhe
Mihie.au precinct, ou Saturday, Junuarv HM, , .
At r.ir..i I. terHa'ip. In Flrt Cairo preciiiit, on
Momin.i. K. hrupirv i'nd. A. L). li-!.
At the I. !'. ol 1 J. lliiwley, rp.nl ntiite air.'tit. In
S'.-cund C iiro prttinct, on TiumIj)- Fthnmrv :', r . i.
A I). I if i,
At ftore ljiii-p of pairlclc Fllzteral'l. on rnrncr of
l wi ir"'t ari'i i mmerctai Avenue, in Thlr.1 t.'i.'lro
procirict. mi v e'ltiei.iiv, l ehrnarv Ith. A D
At nl'if" h"tte ol .rmt 11 iViit, In Fifth Cairo
prfRtnot. on i iinr'j;iy, t-ei.rnarv '.tti. A. H I" I.
Attl'SCpinrt lioaw, in Fourth Cairo preM'ir', from
Ike tomb riavK of Fe'iruarv, A i. tvi
J 1 i I N lM)l,j',
SIl'Tlff hd Ciillep lor nt Ae t i i.l. r C.i , f
Oulej U.K, CulrJ, 1... , Jan. pi, ln tl
THE DAILY Hl'LLETIX
mntf.kt.u attiuc post offh k in caiuo. Il
linois. AU SEC'OJiO-CLASS M.VTTF.H.
OFFICIAL I'Art'.i OF AI.l-XA S Elt C U V STY-
Only Moruinsr Daily in Southern IlliuoU.
C'Atlu., 111.. Fehruurv 1 H!
"riiue. Jiur. TUer, Uuui Wind. Yd W Bather.
f, H ni Ul.io
:sp m . 'J'.'s
Mniimum Temperature. Mi ; llintmum uni
HTtmr.'. K.tinf'.l u oJ Inch
liiicrl'JfectrWtiohc,.. w H ay
S'-rg't SiL'-i'. Com. L'. S. A.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Lin wooil'd poetry will nppoar to-morrow.
The Stuttz troupe has put up at the
-The K. M. K. C. want their hills to
day. See notice.
I), Hurrnon, of Jonoshoro, wnS in the
Mr. Y. M. Hilton, of P.pluca!i. was
ycsterJay in the city.
Mr. M. 15. Har.-ei:. we be!iv, left tor
D. Greenwiy, E'i-. of Wisconsin, wa
in the city ycslenl iy on business.
Mr. F. M. Meadows, of Fulton. Ky.,
was yesterday a guest at tV; Piav.teri.
Mr. Balfreys schoo'., ca Fourteenth
street, is said to crowded with scholars.
C' tpt. J. C. Willis, r.f Metropolis, inter
nal revenue collector, was in the city yes
ter.lay. Mr. 0. F. Meyer, one ot Mound City's
most successful business meu, was in Cairo
Mr. Uikrt Stewnrt has resigued his
pnsitina formerly held by hi:n in the old
Mr. R. Ilickiiian. f.f Ullin was yester
day ia t!ie city, visiting a number of his
Messrs. G. F. Rich and J. S. Weaver.
cu:::.ected with tlie Stuttz troupe are in the
city, registered at the. St. Ch ir'.os.
W. W. Mih ni. K-.. of Metropolis, (
r une down tiie r.'rer yi.-ster.iay and will
utake 'liU i!-ki' a visit of a :Vw day's du:a
Uea.1 the sitle c )t!ce u: small I'. lver
tisetneat eoluum. This a uoo't pieee of,
property .ad would not ! a bad iiiVest-
Officer S.'huckers w!;o weut to St.
L 'Jis. ha retarne 1, h tving i:i charge the
mvi lie went after. Tiie o'.'.'ieer is one of
tic.- ni"St active a:i 1 wi lc-awake mci r:i
AU our halls are just now d.nirig a ,
large business. We were yesterday in- j
tunned that tiie St. Ciiurie had not d"ue u
larger Iv.isiuess than it is nt present tiding
f.ir a r.uuilic: of tii"ii:!is.
Head tiie India- ot the Ca-sino lnas
rpierade ia aajtlier column. Tiiis will pr.i
duee f 'jjtli'ndatice of fun, and should be
taken inivant.i.'r iif because it will be the
lust masquerade ot the seas m.
Illinois has one hundred and sixty-two
post offices wh.i.v; j-. teipts arc over 1,000
each per annum, r.nd whos..' prist ina.-tcrs
have been npp lintc'd by t ! i pr ".si lent, be
ing called pi'c-i.iui'.ti.t! ofii'.'cs.
Another celebrated Case is the new
case of the ,,Fuillties" i.poivd yesterday
ill C!insc(;i:enec of the urea', run on tiiat ci-1-ebrated
tlve tent cigar fir s tl" !y F. ! rs
meycr. (Jliio L"veo. currier of Sixth street.
Mr. Tr-'Usl.t'e, the editor and rmY.Uher
of tii.' Metropolis Ilemocrut is in tiie ci'y.
Mr. d'oeis dale "tie of our many nbh; mid
valuable, editors of this ilistriel till i Wu
take pleH'tire in shaking l;i:n by the hand.
Tit" wi'iitlter yesti'r lay was nf a char
acter that will permit of the ck'.inin'j of
our endings t.-1 ly. N:t "Handy Andy,"
but "Andy C tin" will il"ubtp;ss have his
boarders at work to-day and perform tiie
Tiie supervisor of census in St. Louis
has been no'iitied that he must beat Chica
go, or leave town. In Chicago the census
taker copies hotel registers and inscription!
on t'mbspines, to give the ( ity tiie appear
nice of n big place.
All persons having accounts against
the K. M. K. C. will please leave their bills
at Paul II. Schuh'.s cigar store before the
next regular meeting, Tuesday cvenint:,
February 17th, when, if found correct, they
will be allowed and pai I,
--On;! of our young men who attended
the Mar li (Iras bull, given by the Mystic
Urew, lecls not a little oileii'le.t lieeause u
notice asking him to keep sober ami bfthavo
himself was placed before him before lie
was permitted to enter the ball, This w:h
in his opinion, entirely uncalled for.
It is said that "the wnges of (sin is
deutii," bv.t from the continued prosperity
which ever envelopes some persons wo are
inclined to doubt the accuracy ot the state
meat or perhaps, the payinuster, wherever
or whatever h i is, isn't attending to bud
Services were last l.lght hehl L: the
various thurclit g of our city, and we lesm
ed Imm p,"vi.tl persons who were ia atteii
daaen that the number who attended was
about as hire as could reasonably k cx
p etc I, considering our muddy crossing
and the threatening uspect of the weather
One of our exchanges has this: "You
can't foci a Quincy girl. When her 'fellow'
rises troin his seat iu the theater between
the nets and says: 'I'll be back in a mo
moment,' she dazzles hhu with one of her
most reliable smiles, and pulling him back
with the remark, 'I brought some with me,'
coyly slips into his hand a pinch of cloves
or roasted coffee "
The compliments hich have come to
our ears concerning Judge Drowning since
the opening of court, are very flattering to
that gentleman. lie has disposed of a
large number of criminal cases with mark
ed rapidity and his decisions in all have
given general satisfaction. To use a worn
out and thread bare ptirase, the judge is the
right man in the right place.
Telegraph rates have been reduced to
the following prices: To distant points in
Illinois, from seventy-t'.ve cents to fifty
cents; Indiana, seventy-five cents and one
dollar to sixty cents; Michigan, one dollar
an I one dollar and a half to soventy-five
cents; Ohio, one dollar to seventy-five
cents. Tids reduction was to have taken
effect on Monday last.
('has. Elverson, who has tor quite a
time been the engineer on Halliday's tug,
Moutauk, has accepted the position of en
gineer on the Mississippi valley transporta
tion company's elevator which now lies at
the foot of Eighth street. It is said that
the elevator has a capacity for raising sixty
thousand bushels of grain per hour ami
that it takes not less than thirty hands to
A newspaper depends entirely ou its ad
vertising patronage for its life and it may
be a surprise to our readers, some of whom
think a newspaper in Cairo is a mine ot
wealth, to know that the regular monthly
advertisements in TnE Pn.i.F.Tis frcui busi
ness men and citizens of Cairo for a whole
year cou.d not meet our pay roll for one
month, but such is the lamentable ito n)
Tiie capital stock of the Cairo anil St.
L ".lis railroai has nt last got a value.
L ist Tfiurs.hiy a lot of its stock was sold
in St. L'Uis tor ss.lj.'i on a valuation of
i.on. Last Mon. lay a speculator was
in Waterloo trying to buy the stock of
Monroe cunty from our commissioners:
l.e offered various sums ranging from ifd
to 2 per share. He did not get the
stock. Waterloo Advocate.
The "bu-iness boom" has struc k the
newspapers a baeklian led blow. The cost
of white piper has advanced :J3 per ci nt.
an i there have beer, advances in all the
other departments. The cost of publishing
a newspaper now is nearly a third greater
t.i.in it was six months ago. In St. Louis
all the papers except tlie Post-Dispatch
have raised their prices $'2.00 per year, and
the chances are that if tiie cost of puMiea
t'.m increases, or even continues at the
present rate, there will be a general ad
vance. O.ving to the fact that the roads
through tiie couutry round about us have
become i.i tolerably goo I condition within
the las week, a number of farmers made
their a; pe;.ra:;cc in town yesterday and the
day before and created a slight
ripple in business circles. It is to be hop
ed that yesterday's ram was not general,
and will not be continuous, f r our mer
chants are all sighing for a clear sky ami
1 r v reads.
-Tie.' team of Henry IJi'cilian sports the
ban i- unest an I mot costly harness in the
cite. Ihe numerous tiieKle.piatea uuckics,
which ate every where vi-ibie shine Us so
aueh silver, m t..e
ht of the sun. On
hi blinds of th" bridles may be seen a
etter 'di." which it is siid. is int only nu
iibrev'ution of "beer" and "be-t'1 but n.i-o
Ihciliam." On each of the saddles f"r
nickle-plated beta' In may be seen. Tiie
li'irn-si is the handywoik of IJiliy Ludwig,
'I', shall be the duty of the police
magistrate ot the citv ot Cairo whom ver
tiie c.ty attorney of said city may so direct.
to al.ow u stav ol txeelitP.n, etc. I Ms
means, if it means anything, that the action
o! the justice of the peace or police niagis-
tr.i'e in granting stay is subj-ct to the
or i'-r nf the city attorney. We have not
sponen to tiie city attorney or any other
ntt'Ticy on this question, but th" moaning
of tiie law, on tlie face ot it, can not be
mistaken, and a child, though n fool, can
not err therein.
It is desirable that plans for the smi
tary improvement of the city be speedily
agreed upon by tlie authorities. While
there is no dangi r as yet that germs of dis
ease may be developed by the swamps and
accumulation of offal, etc., it is Weil to
make ni; nt'ce-siiry preparations to Moot
any emergency and to remove or iintiihihite
any an I everything that might, under the
influence of the warm weather, become in
jurious to public health. Generally action
in this matter lms been postponed to the
last moment. We hope that will not be
the case this year.
J. G. Stuttz star company hold forth nt
the Allicueum last night to a small m:di
cuce. The weather being exlrem, ly m,fj.
Vorablc this was not a surprise.
i in; iiinijeiiiy is; li gonil ope.
Each member seeiuing to have a peeiiliaf
tin lit lor ins particular part, contributed
his share to making the whole a ::rf.:i I sue
cess. The audience was deeply imputed
at dificrent sin tos of the play and gw. vent
to their feelings in repeated bur.ts of u-i
plauHu. The cntortuhu.ent win well w nth
tlie price of admission and uo doubt all
present wire well satisfied w ith their bar
gain. To-night will lie presented "Zinga
ra" and our people should turn out in force
and (ill the hail.
- On Friday night last on her way home
from the theater, Mrs. ('has, Lancaster lost
a mink boa, or iu other words, u wrapper
for the neck. Officer Laity ascertained
that a negro living up town had found it
and presented it to his wife, and at once
looked up the house and tound the woman
iu whose possession it was said the boa
was. The woman acknowledged having it
in her possession but very positively refus
ed to give it up, ami before the officer could
reason witli her, he was surrounded by a
crowd of foul-mouthed females who abused
him roundly and without measure. A war
rant tor the arrest of the woman was ob
tained yesterday evening, but the husband
getting wind of it, he brought the boa into
court before the warrant was used.
-A gray hea.led white woman, whose
husband is a laborer of this city, was night
before last found in the company of a
negro, in the shanty situated on the corner
of Eleventh arl Commercial. Officer
Hunker was notified of her presence there
and arrested her. She appeared before
Squire Coinings the other day and upon
pleading ''art guilty" two witnesses were
examined and the evidence was all found
against her. Twenty-five dollars was the
rlne assessed and upon non-payment she
was sent to jail for twenty-seven days. I'p.m
the request of the luisb and we withhold the
name. The shanty referred to I. us the ap
pearance of an citing h.cisi- only for a
' blin 1" and. is enj ymg a very u id iira'de
Circuit court convened at y o'clock
a- m. yesterday. Henry Murpi.y and Alic
Murphy, his wife, indicted for laueiiy, an 1
wiio hud pud "not guilty" the day be:,, re,
were first given a trial by a jury mi 1 s .at
to the Chester penitentiary tor tv.o wars.
Lee Meyers, wi.n.iuy before yesterday plead
guilty to the charge of playing a confidence
game.ar.d who was svntenecd for two wars,
was then brought forward to answer to ;!...
charge of an assault to kill, t which lie
:ils oi. plead guilty and tlie sontenee of tlie
court in this instance was one year link
ing three years tor 'i th offenses he will
haw to serve. The charge of assault to
kill was for cutting his f. il.nv prisoner in
the county jail a few days ago. Court then
adjourned at G (''clock p. m.
Mr. Harry Webber and his troupe.who
are now playing "Nip and Tuck" in the
Northern part of the Mute expect to visit
this city at no distant diy. "Nip and
Tcuk" is an adaptation of Adolph D'Em
fry's French come iy, ''Triochet et Cacokt,"
iu four Mistranslated by John Oxenford,
the greatest living dramatist. Tiie play in
tli? hands of Harry Webber, has received
the most unqiiali'ied praises of tiie press of
the I'nited States throughout its length
and breadth. Experience, ability and
prof"sss,,nai pri le in conjunction with a
liberal outlay to secure a symmetrical rep
resentation of the author's i.les. Iue notice
will be given in these columns in a few days
u- to when Mr. Webber will appear here.
The following we find in the Fraternal
Knight, a newspaper published in St. Louis
and edited by Mr. P. S. Irown, a former
re.-ident of Cairo:
"Twenty-five years ago liro. 1 1 1 1 1 Williams
an 1 the editor were chosi ti frier;. is. We
have each pa--e l through the viris-itudr-s
of a .somewhat eventful life: ht no position
has our fiii iid been else than a:: ornament
to uil of his connections. He bus recently
engaged prominently in the temperance
cause nt Cairo. Tais movement has won
for it. aistunce the world renowned circus
man. Iun Rice, and from this combination
of power great results may be expected."
We give place to th .above notice iu or
ier that our readers may be apprised of tiie
Captain's growing fume. Although the
compliment is dc.servingiv bestowed, l.e
will not be found too proud to recognize
his friends hereafter. Reing u nv-h'st man
he wears his fame with becoming mode-ty.
tit values it more highly than di 1 Shake
speare when he said: l'I would give till
my fame for a pot of ale," etc.
--About one hundred black iciwds, male
m I female, tilled the entire I'iiot house
aii'l crow'ic I the sidewa k in front of it,
t ie other night. It was the sanv depraved
gang that formerly made tiie night hideous
iu the neighborhood of Rill Scott's rinch,
and they had assembled there to carry on
their disgraceful hilarities ns they were ac
customed to do in the dens and sink holes
ot Fifth street. Soon after sun down the
prostitutes of both sexi's commenced gath
ering in front of tin- house blockading
the sidewalk and throw ing out in their most
boi-toroiis and disgusting manner their ob
scene language and reckless oaths loudly
applauding, by laughter, clapping of hands
and unearthly shrieks, the villains wllo
were the greatest blackguards. At tl
o'clock the slums below Sixth street were
depopulated and their inhabitants had
found their wuy into the heart of the city
to the i'iiot house. Curtains wore drawn
before tins windows mid dancing began
which lasted until daylight. Apparently
every man und woman was under the in
fluence ofliquor and men who had occasion
to pass the house were compelled to take
the other side of the street.
AT T1IU I'i.SM Illts' IPiU 'i:.
Isiac Messey, Charleston, Mo.; J. S.
Barbea, Louisville, Ky.;J.C' Ward, Furls
landing, Mn.;T. A King, Murphysboio,
Illinois; Jno. Pigoon, Ballard Co.; Ky.;
II. C Mus.'liiiurj, St. Louis; E. S. Gouthu!'',
St. Louis; U. Hickmuns, Memphis; II.
Willis, Metropolis; Henry White, Chicago;
Thomas F. RoyN.Ohio River; James Mead,
Ohio River; U. T. Wutkius and wife, Cadiz;
Samuel Field, Belknap; Gen. T. A. Moiis,
Indianapolis; Dr. II. O. Casey, Indianapolis;
J. Moits, ludaianapolis; Jno. C. Wright,
Indianapolis; F. M. Meadows, Fulton, Ky.;
WAY. Lahau, Metropolis; John Russing,
Riirtriind, Mo.; S. R. Weil St. Louis; A. I).
Davis, Metropolis; M, J. Michals, St. Louis,
THE FIRE LAST NIGHT.
At eleven o'clock last night a blaze of
fire was seen up town, hut the general sup
position was that it was caused by an en
gine on the curve and nothing was thought
of it until fully a half an hour later, whm
the blaze hail grown to considerable dimen
sions and the heavens were lit up by it.
The bell of the Delta tire company was
then rang an I was soon after followed I t
all the ethers, which tilled -the night air
with their umihI clanging and clatter.
It was soon aft.-r discover.' 1 that tie; dry
houi? of tiie box ftct"iy, situated on
Thirty-four'o street, was on f.re and the
engines at once put out f r that place. The
dry house being packed fu.l of stives the
tire was hotter and bun.i.d !..;:g. r to ,:; v ,
expected from the size of th; building I
the wind Coming t- .in tlie soiithwe-'. bo w
the flames t war is the f utoryund tin
sin ds us,., to,- storing purp s . Tiie fac
tory, however, was not fmhei ly do
f! .cues an i the sheds were -aved by tutu
who kept them wet w i'i. bucket '.:u
the dry hou-e wa situ a 1 in the Centre of
the yard it nec. s-ai'iiv took with it .-oii.e of
lumber piled up, i: . ;:: I ;t.
Since the b x f aet .ry h i- b'vti shut down
for about a week th: g-'ieiui iui;re i.!i is
that the fire wa- the work of an im-i noi cv.
The building. j.-Tciis. and iumb.-r a'.. ;;t
it w hich was di'stcwd h valu d at. tl.e
lowest we iie.ieve, ti: to.
The 1'Ui. ling, u. -' i:ii,
Tiie Aim's were toe !
but their ho- car: b
bcniiuiis p'otiiuei c,
; !.!'.:; if I it
y. v.-, C...V. ;
st t ) re I'.'h t:
ug behin i. tl
tlVir way up, s -
ni u:i's engine wi.
l. Mll.'i'.s l
til" II. i T-
not t . bc kept brk i .
Toe Deltas V. tl.r'.u:
times m. i tl itu'. ly g.iv"
out r a 'h.ug tn' so 'le
's of that kind.
" si lew ilk till".
in .i. -sprr with-
IiL mDY Ml'RDEii AT lNO"LA.
On Satrr lay veiling Tt i t I-'. !: ; i.-y. a
"tramp" u .me unknown- -' 'pp.-1 in D i.-
go. a. I:
d whihi Mr. A. Mis...-,'.:.,,.., -,
in t.i" d::,::.g r.o:.i tu'ing .: per
!v was :;;
tue tramp en'', re 1 t:i.s ::oi
some wearing appirel.
was detecte i an 1 tie-
from him. lie was tut ;'.
he went into -s.i.pns A- II
i a:: l
v. '. uf
a ipp it",
ua i'.-r a-:
h iw '.v's
and reiiiaii.ed thef until a'p"'.- - ,
p. ni., wlien he left, walking oi. the I'.iu
Central north. Or, Sim liv iii'.iuing 1.1
m i'.lgii'.l clps" wis i r t .e I. .;:.!,
Central ruilroa 1 three pia:iers f n mile
north "f D'ng 'la, Ner w:,ere I. Is r-
mains lay bis cup wu- ( :;: 1 lying near the
mi. r.ad fencf. t"get!i' .- witn t .-.rteea n-uga
switches tliut hud been v.rtia..v w.jin out
by whipping l.::n. The c .I '.-e r being call
el an iii',e...t was le 1 '; over hi-r.-m ill.-'.
and t:e wriict of the jury cause 1 t . j
arrest of the following naiee i i j- v.
A. S. Wilbur. Wilii.m Wu.ker. im ::
A ion. III. Hathu'.v.ay. E'.ving -,::. ;
Jol.u S.ott. Riley D lie a" 1 T..:r. lUvl-. ,
Twai bullet hoies were found in ie. . is -d's ,
boiy. Ta.it d-C''ued was murdere i then' j
is n .t u sha low ot a dou -t, bu' :. i o; i it
is nt positively known. T i'i
deuce, circuuistuntiull y iidnt- (..
to tii" men in Ier arrest, i :i y ice n r.v in
Joiicsboro, trying f .r a writ of ha'.. -as
corpus. Yourc UTesp .r.de.'.t wrote ti.e en-
tire i vi 1 :i. - Pi tie: examination, an 1 must
sav tnat it is iiiost iia!ii::::i'. ic'iit's: s .Hie
of ti.e men. an i rough against ail. A
Wi.bnr. Win. Walker and Ewing S.-s-lo..-
wid have the bar ie-t battle to tight of all.
as the evi'leoc", circ !msi..nti ui. is qui'e
the business of murd'.ring iicn, and t .i.i:
placing them (;. the rii.n.a l for tie.: ar- to
Me the hellish crime
stopped. Th.-re i
have been other an i simi.iir c i-es t to oI'mi
in t..e suoiiros ot D uig"! . Oi.dTuim.
SCO IT VINDICATED.
The following is a copy of the petition
presented to tiie council Tuesday night,
by Sjott. and ca tlu strength of it the
council appioved his bond.
To hi Honor the Major and the Honorable diy
Comic; ol tbe City ol Cairo:
We the undersigned, citizens of Cairo,
would rcspi.'ctful.y represent unto your
honorable body, that we reside in the
neighborhood of the building occupied by
Mr. William T. Scott, as a saloon, uud we
can state that we are not ann-iyed or dis
turbed by tlie above saioi.n, ns conducted
by the proprietor and we would not in tiny
way object to license being granted to
said Mr' William T. Scott, and iurtitvr, we
'Cuno, Ills., February .Ith, 1W0.
Michael MeGratLi, next door; Mrs. Eliz
both Corcoran, ('has. Anderson, Wm.
Luezobeth. Fourth and Commercial; P.
Mockler, T. N. Kimbrough. Pleasant Good
man, Joe Desduuoni, George Robinson,
Jacob Muzell, Win. Kluge, C. Kouk, U. W.
O'Cal lahau. George Lattner, Natt Proitty,
Harrv Walker, Win. Franklin. Henry Tay
lor. Edward Nott, F. Muliuski, Richard
Coleman. W. G. Carey. Fid Hofheinz.
S. Ilinnd. Scott Everett. Mrs. McCormick,
James Manning, F. Krathy, James A. Green.
Tiie ladies ol Ihe Presbyterian church
will give a sociable, Thur.?.lay, February
lith at the parsonage. A free and cordial
invitation is extended to every one.
THE ( 1IEAPES1 PLACE
to go lor boots and shoes cither to have
them made to order or buy ready mii'le, is
at ('. Koch's, Commercial avenue, Ik tw u
Fifth and Sixth streets. He bought his
stock of boots an 1 shoes, leather and find
ings beiore the lute rise, and will give the
public the benefit by selling at the old
prices. l)o not full to cull when in need of
goo Is in his line.
Fhum a DisiisotisiinD Physician.
Prof. Green, a distinguished allopathic phy
sician, wrote to the Medical l.'ncord, of At
lanta, ( Pi., to the effect that after all other
means bad failed, he sent for the Khlucy
Cure, (Si!.- Kidney and Liver Cure!, ami to
his astonishment cured a serious cus 1 of
Bright's Disease by u Imiiusteritig it, unl
iifti'rwards found it equally l n-t ci 1 1 in
Other cases. He advised his brother pbysi
ciaus to use it in preference to anything
els.' for kidney disorders,
Blt'tWN's 1I:KI"iI.H P.v.SAi I'. I Kill"
Most ellective pam destroyer in the wor. I.
Will in -st surely quicken the blood wlo-m
er t il.et: iuti m illy or np;.Iied extern. i'ly,
.and thereby more certainly ivlieiv pain,
whethi r chronic or acute, than any oiei
pain alleviator, and it is wirianted donO
the tniigti. i'f any ii.'iilur prepuru'l'iti.
!: cures pain in the -nle, back or bow.-!-,
s pii' thr 'at. rliein nt l-!::. t . e.oai lie, a: all
a ' -. an 1 i. tl:-- or,.-,? r.-li: vie i ! pain,
'dho'.Mi's Hoe-, .,o;.i Panae.-a" siciu d b.
in i 'o ry I'.mi.y. A te;,p... n:;il of the I'm
aei m a tumMcr of let water 1 .w-. ;-ii-- I
if pia tt rip.' l , taken at be.j tim.i , wi'1 break
up a c.'d. '.'" c's. .a b.'ttl.'.
Mt' it M knk . uuie.li t-dly wit'i ch;!
ir. ti. attributed to oth.-r cuu- -, is o;... ,si .11
e i '.v : r:u. Brown's V rmi; :ge ( ..t.irits,
or Worn. I. 'Zeng.-s. nlti.oiig'. . ;V . t!i P in
i' -tr ::. g w. i nis. t u:i li- j,-.
ju:y to ; oi' iiio-t t'-i Ifj o- i i.ild .
liao.p' i , in'oiiia'., .u I, is Op'eii
us.. by physiei ..!.. Mid f.'u. i !
Itltely s -r in it i ih a'O'.g w. M..
to cl.il Op-!'.. TW'-!l'V-tlVi. Cl ri T
"I Am Ai.!. I'; wi.j (n ;" is a ihin oi
.up! tint. If . ; fop . a g -t U p i s igp'
Ki .n-i-Wo.-t iiti-i t it nu i v. a will
,. p...; :., t..:i!i' ;'.. r. It r :e w, t
i t', v :..."i u Ki i:. -. II -w. 1 .m l
t.'.'is restores th" I. Vara' liv an I
w.- trv b i,! (;.:'!. . ,,,.
H'W WILL THIS D i
w as .
lb L-'t.-Heu Is us lnv as f
:: .I Ri". II id- i- ! .; ,,,
- 1. 1 ili.g a- h w as
At Til K Il'U.LKV -' i
' - 1
THE ONLY MEDICINE
Tii it At fs ut tlie Saine Time on
and the KIDXKVS.
Tin se ji'p'.it org. it, - 'ire t a N atari! ce'atHi'rs ijf Hie
vt in II th.y v.orls p'!l. lip'S'.tii will be purl'"i t,
ll' they lie-etne i le.'e.ij, ilu inllnl illsea-i s 'He nure
to toi'.OW with
P.llUo'.i.ness. Il.-a. hi. he. Djspet la, .''Itlliiliiv, Con.
fiqiatlei.. ! I 1 1 - -: or KiU'i ev ( otnpUiltOv
Orii''h Dlnheti's, Sedllili'lit 111 tlie
t inie. Milky or l.'opv I rine;
or KlietonnOe Pnlns
ao' devi'lepi'd hcrniHe the Llooil . oi r" tn- l with,
hiiiliore Ihill should have heeii eXpel'iinl lialilralli
will restore the hcaMiy mtlon nml ni! thi'i' ile
S troy lug evlN wlli he liiitii"hcd-iien!ecl them mid
yon llvr lint to sutler.
i'lioii'iitnls linvp. iieen rtireil, Tiv it mid o'i will
nd'l one more to the lia.llher Tiplie II lllld lii-tllth
will once mure glailil. ti vour heiot.
Whystitlit longer frotii the lonncl.t ol tin nchlnil
Why hoar such ill. lives from C'oUft I pat inn nnd
Why lie so feiirfill le cniise of disordered lirlli ; 1
KiliNHV-Wiiio ill cere you Tiv n paihu;" ni
OliCe II nit lie ml'. C.eij.
It Is niirj M-getalile coil.l'otitnl nnd
Olii' put kngi' undies slillnrts ol ineilh llie
Your (lrt'L";li lm It or Ml'l U"t It lei von, In
cisl upon l.jilri; It I'l-lci', 1 Ol.
EI.I.s, UlCPAPDSiiN.'i CO , I'l'oprleliiiK,
1 (Will -..old po'l paid.) Durlliigieil, Yl.
1 ('j-lf.O ,('., :y u 1.. g.Vir a .1 c. i ai
r i : '.' .'. W .lug -a !. i... T e - i iy
:.i.;. Fe"ruu'y 1 7:1. T..- e i.i: ,:t . in
trg'' will -p ;ie r. ' ; ! ;;..:; ' .. - i
an t s'up'i'p's- :.:. I C ,:. a--;:', a'. ''. ! i'
ii an v,'n:!,g pl.-i-inr.y N
ipr 'per i .. ir .ctei , v,i.i a In.if. I
Tii is will b tl." 1 i-t :.. i- p; rife : tu
ts :: Tickets f.f-y :.'.
By i - or..' S i i
Hi ' i.v II is,, v-iin,
h'o i.c Wa: i-o i:
Cuu of Arr.ng.;.