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TIIE DAILY BULLETIK
OrTlCK: NO. 78 OHIO LKVEB.
KUTBRKD AT TQB CAIKO I'OBTOrriCli Foil
TttASSMISSlOS THROUGH TIIB MAILS AT SEC
OND CLASS HATES.
OttiviAL PAPKH OF CITY AMU OOTJHTT
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
otic.MttiiBieoiumn. eigut eenu par line for
a... i i... ...k ..k...,.,.. i.,.u.
II I t Mll'l 11 1 WUW 11 VI IIU MMI MIIV1ll.lll IHW
r or one weak, so eenu per lino.
i! onth, 60 oenti per line.
BOc per Can,
Extra Selects, at DeBaun's.
Ladies Rjstaurant opposite Opera
House. Qus Btto proprietor, 11-20 tf
Fok Oysters in any style go the Grand
Opera Restaurant totrances on Commer
cial and 7th street. 11-26 tf
New Blacksmith Shop.
a I .
nAV hr.ru a fihsutinrr ohnn haa Imnn nnnn.
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Tenth street. All
manncr or blacksmitbing and wagon work
doDo to order. Repairing work a specialty,
worn aone promptly.
at DcBaun's, 56 Ohio levee.
A Vexed Clergyman.
Even the patience of Job would become
exhausted were he a preacher and endeav
oring to interest his audience while they
km keeping up. an. incessant coughing,
makintrif ininmu IilHfor him to Im heard.
Yet, how veryasy can all this bo avoided
by Bimply using Dr. King s New Discovery
for Consumption, Coughs and Colds. Trial
bottles given away at Harry W. Schuh's
drug store. (2)
ifor lame Hack, oi'lo or (Jliest usu
Hhiloh's Porous Plaster. Price 25 cents.
Paul G. Schuh, agent. (5)
in market at DeBaun's 60 Ohio levee.
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
neps, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will core you, fkkb
of cuakqe. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
Send a scU-addressod envelope to the Uev.
Josem 1. Inman, Station D., New York
Kcccipt uooks, uairo date lino, portora-
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tea stuo, suitea to any ousiness, manuiac-
for sale at tho Cairo Bulletin
60c. per Can,
Extra Selects, at DeBaun's.
Where machinery is used tho Drew Oil
Cup will save 50 per cent, of oil. Writo
for circular, Borden, Selleck & Co., St
Grand Opera Restaurant opposite
Opera Uouse up stairs, Back entrance on
7th streot. Oysters in every style. 11-20 tf
Thomas O'Neil fl8 21at streot Chipa-
go, nays: "lusoa brown's iron liitters alter
a severe attack of pleurisy, aud it strength- I
ened me. I
go to DeBaun's, 56 Ohio leveo.
Alba rahber-bhoi is ono of
ui.nn.nnU .i.n. in f (,-;. .
)ers all first-class workmen. Call at
this shop Commercial avenue next
Opera House and get hair-cutting, shara
pooning aud shaving done iu an artistic
If yon have scro"ula, don't fail to uso
"Dr. Lindsey's Blood Searcher." 8 ld by
an druggists, it will cure you.
If you call on your druggist for "Dr.
Sellers' Cougn Syrup," we pledge immedi
ate relief and cure on short notice.
Woman's True Friend.
A friend in need is a friend indeed. This
none can deny, especially when assistance
is rendered when ono is sondv nfllirtml
with disease, more particularly those com- nnnum about 31. Webster's and Bona
plaints aud weakness so common to our I parte's brains each weighed 57 ounces.
female population. Every woman should
know that Electric Bitters aro woman's true
friend, and will positively restore her to
liealth, even when all other remedies fail.
A single trial always proves our assertion.
They are pleasant to the taste, and only cost
fifty cents a bottle Sold by Harry WJ
Schuh. 1 " ' - (2)
The proprietors of Elys' Cream Balm do
not claim it' to be a cure-all, but a sure
remedy for Catarrh, Colds in the head an
Hay Fever. Price, 50 cents. Apply
nostrils with lit'lo finger.
Shiloh's Cough and Consumption Cure
is sold by us on a guarantee. It cures con
sumption. Paul G. dchuh, sgent. . (0)
Si'kkr's PortGrapo Wine lor weakly per
sons. This excellent product of tho grape
is prescribed and usod by the leading phy
sicians in the country, when a generous and
nourishing wine is desirable; especially for
.females, aged persons aud consumptive;
and by churches for communion. Hun
dreds of New York physicians have visited
Spoor's Vineyards and wine cellars, but
twelve miles distant from New York, and
pronounced his wine pure nnd unexcelled.
For sale by Paul G. Schuh.
Having purchased tho bakery ot J.
Anthony, ou Washington avenue between
Oth and 10th streets, I prepared to offer to
the public at all times fresh bread, cakes,
&a. of the best quality at the lowest prices
to bo found in the city. Cull and sou mo.
12-1! tf , Jacob Lather.
A Gool Restaurant.
If you want a good meal call at Schoen
meyer's Restaurant cor. 10th St. and Wash
ing ave. Only 25 cts. for a regular meal,
and day boarding will find the begt accom
modation on reasonable terms.
A first-class Queen Orhan, $1.00 per
chance. Address Will EMEiiy.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS,
Notlcaa In then coinmna. ten ctnli iter Itne.
teh Imertlnn inri whalhiir mitrksit nr ant. it rlrtl.
ltd to fowmrd huj man's budnet louiuit ire
Mis. B. Y. Georgo has boen
Union service this evuning will bo
held at tho Methodist church.
Tuesday the state auditor registered
I 11.700 nf 8 nor cent. Citv of Cairn fundinu
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Wanted A good cook.
Apply to Mrs. j
Burnctt.No. 83 10th street.
-Yesterday's wind storm did slight
damage in different parts of the city, prin-
air. ana airs, ueorge rarson returned
ycturuay ...oruing irow tueir WBuainR
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ivur uu uv0 oeen weicomea oy many
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I M. aV DU VVV VDIB Tf LH III UKU I UKU (It II 1 LIS
Til ft titvaat asm mill mulra M.miilnn fi.n
irom f ()Urtn Btreet UP unm 11 0 clock to-
n,g& wr tne oeneiit ot those who may at-
tend the Episcopal parlor entertainment at
the residence of Mr. II. II. Caudeo.
-Schoolchildren will rind Tub Bulle
tin scratch-books Nob. 2 and 3 tor sale af
Phil Saup's candy store. tf
Tho Mystic Krew at its meeting Tues
day night appointed a strong committee to
Wri'Htlfl With thfl rillimtinn nt all of manrwir
of BBfprtlln "V-n u. T Z
rew m celebration of Ma:di Gras day on
the Otli proximo
Mr. wm.McCutchin, who curao here
recently from Paducah aud started a
grocery on the north side of Eighth street,
has sold out his stock to Mr. Charles Ham
niond, ex candidate for sheriff of
Alcxandur county on the prohibition ticket,
The Hibernian fire company will give
a social dance at its hall on Washington
avenue Thursday night, Jan. 11th. 5t.
-Mr. J. Burger is in the city looking
after his business interests. lie has been
here several days and will remain a week
or two longer. His clothing and cloak
manufacturing establishment in New York
city is flourishing
-Tbe ladies of the Episcopal church
friva onn of tlinir
menu . ti1H ,bii1h- f Mr ir rr p,.n.
n j j'j vihvji viaiu-
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is extended to
all. Music and refreshments will each be
served in its time and place.
A present that could not bo
excelled fur general usefulness is displayed
at Coleman's book store in shape of a
ltd:lA.ll KT IT n r . . . I
o..uul new uome oewing aiacuiue, wun
all attachments; price at factory, $55.00
BU" """ ""'y asKa lor li. uau
and see it. 3t.
ul Blr ,UUK8 wuenuov.DUtier sam: "1 say
ni i i i r.. ., I
,UI u"t "oi loiuoTiciorsoeiongmo spoils,'
but that the government bsloncs to its I
frinnAa " .,..,. i n i :n
..viwvumvdi ius uouuiai " i ' 1 I
reauco tuo number ot omce-holders in
Mr. M.O.Jones is in the city teaching
"'o "S.T.Taylor system" of dress-cutting,
A11 drcss-niakcrs desiring to learn the sys- I
em will please address him through the
-Tho funeral of Mr. A. T. DeBaun's lit-
tle Bon took Place afternoon
His ago wag two years and fourteen days,
not months as previously stated. Services
wore held at St. Patrick's church and a
special train took the remains and a num
ber of friends of tho family from Tenth
street to Villa Ridge.
Gambetta's brain . weighed only 89
ounces. The weight of tho maximum
healthy brain is about 64 ounces, and tho
Gambetta's was, therefore, exceedingly
small, but made up in compactness and
activity what it lacked in size. It is not
tho largest brained men that think and do
Yesterday's meetings of the Masonic
school in this city were about tho same in
every respect excepting thenumberof at
tendants, which was increased. Between
meetings tho strangers'in nmall crowds made
little tours of tho town, admiring some
things, criticising others. But genorally
they will leave Cairo with good impross
ious, many of them with better impressions
than they had before.
Navigation on tho rivor here was se
riously interfered with by the strong wind
which prevailed most ot tho
day yesterday. Tho steamer Fow
ler did not arrive at all, though
it was not learned that she was injured in
any way. Boats which ply the waters
around this port in handling tho trains be
tween this city and Kentucky and Mis
souri, did their work with much difficulty.
Captain Thomas voted against the fa
mous civil service reform bill passed by
tho federal houso several days ago and tho
Sparta Plaindealer (Rep.) commenting on
this vote says: "Mr. Thomas, in voting
against the civil service bill, did not repre
sent fairly the more intelligent Republicans
of bis dristrict. Wo regret to be obliged
to stato that Mr. Thomas has by one voto
blackened a record that has been hitherto
Sprint-field Register: "United States
senators will bo chosen in fifteen states bo
fore the end of the month, unless unforseen
dead locks occur. Most of tho legisla
ture which hold sessions this winter met
last week, but in one or two cues conven-
tnrma cmi MarHi ith liana ulrouHu nlnrt.
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led. Io Bovurul idstancos the result of the
.nmli.,. i. A,-A -ill.
eolutecortainty. Arkansas, for instance, will
for re-elect Garland; Maine, Frye; sad Ten
nessee, Isham 0. Harris. On tho other
hand, who will succeed in this state, Ne
braska, Michigan and Colorado is by no
The Puducah News Is still in correct
In its statement of the Sinuott cane. The
suit is brought by Major Ilioklo of Cairo
agaiust John Sinuott and Joseph W. and
rBa u "ipson ot raducau to recover
I . ... r mi m .
35.000- The drafts for this amount on
these parties were returned to tho Alexan
der county Dana unpaid, wore tnkeu up hy
Mllior ninkle: and that in ll il.nUnk l,,
todo with it. Servica nn Thmnnin was
hatJ in pu,a8ki counfv d t ,
Yesterday afternoon's weather bulletin
indicated a rise in the temperature at most
of tho points comprised in this district
The highest temperature was 53 at Vicks
burg; the lowest was 9, at LtCrosso. At
this poiut it was 38, having risen 13 dur
ing tho twenty-four hours ending at 2
o'clock p.m., yesterday. Rain or snow was
reported from Cairo, Chattunongs, Cincin
nati, Davenport, Dubuque, Kankakee, La
I Prioon T auti,n,..,n,ll. Hf ..,l,: .1..
.7 v.T ' 11
"- mm in imn uuu
gales were very general.
-The Poultry Monthly published by the
Ferris Publishing company, Albany, New
York, takes a front rank among that class of
journals, inti-rosting articles I'rmu the pens
of fanciers are lbuud in every number and
its editorials are pithy Tind to tho point. It
takes a wide scope, not only covering t!io
subject of poultry raising in all its branch-
cs, but also embraces Pigeons, Rabbits,
Dogs and pet of all kinds. No poultry
rai(,"r 8,111 bo without it aud we may truth
ly a,'' 'at its regular reading would be a
sourccof profit to every farmer. Suhticrip
tlon Pnce 18 'ut f 1.25 per year.
Tuesday articles incorporating the
Mt. Vernon, and Tamsroa railway com
pany were filed with the secretary of stale
by B. F. Johnson, P. M. Johnson, J. II.
Johnson, A. M. Johnson, A. O. l3rowu and
G. M. Faught of St. Elmo, III., and G. W.
Evans, It. A. D. Wilbanks of Mt. Vernon,
111 , Beverly W. Henry of Vandalia, III.,
and J. P. M. Howard of Effingham, all of
whom save Wilbanks constitute its first
board ot directors. Tho object is to con-
Btruct a railroud from Mt
Vernon in Jef-
fcrgon C0UIlty to Tamaroa, Perry county,
j i t0 connect Wlth the Oht,.r. CmW
Pa-i u w, . -
wwi, iwnn auu cue ivintvrtisaia xivi;r, CH.
Elmo and Southern railway. Tho capital
...is ... : i i-i-it. ... tii
umoe is mcaieii at m. timo, in.
A colored woman wauted a warrant
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B U C U 1 1 K IU 11 J O I COlOr WOOmfiUB CI IK1 II
"n irwr." "W..1I. wht Hirl h n,? uuA
the court. "Don't niskn nn Hiffiinsn what
he donn. I knows he done nuff fo'me to
git a w.ir nt out fur 'im. An' I wants de
war'nt." The court ami
ed doubtfully and
answered that it did mako some difference.
Ho would issuo no warrant without proba
ble cause. "Well," said tho Amazon with
apparent effort, "1 wauU de war'nt cause
ho slighted me. He's my man, an'
ho lef mo an' I come down hiar
fo' him an' now ha nebbcr speaks to me
au' goes wid s'ru 'other woman." Tho court
reasoned a little with tho angry woman,
told her that, under tho circumstances, she
could probably not punish tho "ni''2er"
for letting her alone, and Bhe fin Uly con-
rlnit...! t, am k rwt
Tho report for December and for the
year just closed, of Dr. Benson, the marine
surgeon at this port, is as follows: Num
ber of scauvm rein iiuiut in tho Marino
Hospital from November, 53; number ad
mitted during December, 08; total, 121.
Number discharged recovered duriuB' De
cember, 40; number died during December,
4 ; number on hand Jan. 1st, '83, 77. Ag
gregate number days relief furnished dur
ing December, 2124. Number of outpa
tients troited in Surgeon's office, 101; num
ber of times relief furnished, 138. During
tho year ended Juno 30h, 1882, 30184 pa
tients received relief from tho U. S. Marine
Hospital service, of whom 13048 were
treated iu the Hospitals and 23136 at tho
different dispens tries. 333,475 days' relief
in Hospital were furnished, and 20110 pilots
wcro examined tor color-blindness.
In his lato message Governor Cullom
spoke ns follows of the state board of
health: "At tbe time of the orgauizition
of the board of health, there were doubts
iu tho minds of many good people as to
its necessity, and for a timo much prejudice
prevailed against its work. The doubts and
prejudices, however, have gradually given
way, as the board has fearlessly and with
prudence gone forward in the discharge
of tho work before it, until I think there
is now an almost universal conviction that
its services la protecting tho people from
contagious diseases and from the evils
caused by ignorance and charlatanry in the
practice of modicine, ns well as the gen
eral sanitary work of the board, caunot bo
dispensed with. Tho sets creating
this board and conferring its powers
would have proved a d?ad letter if not en
forced, as they have been, by a competent
and determined executive agency; and it
will be a gratification to the people of
Illinios to know that iu their enforcement
"s'-H unt.i this week.
states have senutors in tho class
the state board of Health has exerted an
influence which has been felt throughout
the country in various ways, in the eleva
tion of tho standard of medical education
tho suppretsion of fraudulent medical col
leges, and the introduction of improved
methods of establishing and maintaining
an effective quarantino against infectious
dijoases. Their services have done much
to add to tho reputation of our state at
homo and abroad. The satisfactory opera
tious of this board no doubt stimulate
the movement which resulted in tho crea
tion by the last general assembly of two
other supervising boards the board of
pharmacy and tho board of dental exam
iners. Theeo are organized and at work
are not an expense to the stato, and, I am
satisfied, are doing much good.
Mr. W. T. Scott went to Springfield
some days ago to secure a position in the
legislature, not for himself, but for a friend
of his, Mr. Richard Taylor. Mr Scott's
how of influence over "the elements" dur
ing the late campaign made him "some
puukins" in the eyes of Republican repre
sentatives at Springfield, and they hearken
ed graciously to his requests and granted
them. Thereupon Mr. Scott feels called
upon to express his thanks to tho solons
and yesterday's Gizette proceeds hand
somely to do so for him in this wise: "W.
T. Scott returned home from 8prtngfield on
tho Oth inst., where ho went to bo present
and in tho interest of Mr. Richard Taylor
of this city for a position in the senate. He
was su xesiful in securing tho posit iou of
policemm of the smo. Mr. Scott wishes
to return his sincere thanks to the senators,
and particularly to senator Ihorn, Tanurr
and Hogau, for tho iuterest taken by them
in securing this position."
The omission of tbo little word "not"
made The Bulletin of yesterday say that
tin? Illinois gmo law permitted tho killing
of ijmil since tho 1st of Januirv. It is just
the revcrstj of this. Since the date named
tho law does nrohib:t the killini? of email.
, 0 t
We ar thus particular to make this cor
rection iu order that uo one may bo led
into a violation of the law by reading the
former item, and becauso tho southern Illi
nois Sportsmen's association has been to
much trouble to have the game laws of the
state scrupulously observed in every
part of this end of the state.
It has done some noble work in
this direction; has sent out printed copies
ot the game law to nearly every justice of
the peace in every county and urge I thorn
to eee that it was observed in their neigh
borhoods. Iu this way nnd in other ways
it has brought about a general observance
of tho law in the district over wdiich its
membership exte nds, for which it deserves
-Two darkies named Lee B.'ck and Rou
ben Burton, both full of tho spirit which
prevaded Tennessee's defaulting treasurer
aud s imo ono connected with Pulask
county s returning board, but without the
magniflcieut pportuuitiesoiijoyed by these,
burglarizad a car standing ou tho Illinois
Contralrailroii trH';k Tuesday night, with
tho purpose of stealing therefrom a quantity
of oat. But they were less fortunate in the
enterprise than had been their co-laborers
in tvicko lness; sn offioer was on hand, who
puuuced upon them, and jVil-
ed them. Thoy were examined
yesterday by Migntrate Comings; both
waved an examination and were held to
bail in tho sum of tw.) hundred dollars each
We w mi l a lvisothesi gentlomon to never
mike another disgtacoful break like that;
wo would uioralizd with them a little by
pointing out to them the awful wickedness
ami the uiploasant consequences of steal
ing, of stealing oats; wo may say, in fact,
of stealing anything but 1400,000 of
Tennessee money or 182 Pulaski county
PREVENTION OF SMALL-POX.
The following circular has been issued
by tho Treasury Department at Washing
ton and explaiuB itt-e'.f :
To Mnstcra of Stetmboati g nrou the West
1. The boards of health of several cities
aloug the western rivers have complained
to this office that their cities were infected
with small-pox by reason ,of seamen taken
from steamboats. The records of this
office show that one hundred and turty
tl.ree cases of small-pox were taken from
ninety-five vessels during last season.
2. Iu order to prevent jhe steamboats
from becoming carriers of infection, it is
respectfully requested that you cause your
crew to bo examined by a medical officer
of the Murine hospital service w ith refer
ence to the necessity for vaccinatum. Such
officer is authorizo'l to perform this service
for yes'eUtsubject to thep iymjnt ot h osnital
dues, without expense to the vessel, under
paragraphs 0.1 and 04 of the Regulations;
and they havo subsequently been orderod
to accinato crews from vessels without i
expense, upou application.
i. It is also requested that infected bed
ding be burnt in tho furnace instead of
thrown into the river, and that whero
bunks aro furnished they bo fumigated
wun mo lumcs oi Doming suipnur- ouce
each month, whether there be sickness on
board or not, and invariably fumigated
when a sick man is removed from the ves
sel. Very respectfully.
Your obedient servant,
JOHN B. HAMILTON,
Supervising Surgeon General.
Approved: II. F. French,
Acting Secretary of tho Treasury.
GOOD LOTS FOR SALE.
On Railroad street bolow 6tb, three lots
8, 0 and 10 block 15, 25 by 20 each, mak
ing 75 feet on Railroad streot and 20 feet
deep. For particulars apply at Bulletin
Spuing ii KLD, III., Jan. 0. Quorums
were pres 'nt in both houses to-day, and In
the lower branch of tho assembly there was
an attempt at business with fair results,
Llttlo il any business will bo transacted,
however, by either houso uutil tho commit
toes are announced, and it is said on very
good authority this will not bo dono until
after tho senatorial coutrovorsary is deter
Mr. Hamilton of Sangamon created a
stir in tho senate this morning by introduc-
inir a resolution (leeUrmrr ua lliu Hi 111 flfa if
O -w ""i iw . uav v
olficor to bo elected to the United States
uiq Btsnniu uiu inuiiuiui uv or anv Htntn
senato while serving a term of office under
tho state constitution. Tho mover's at
tempt k) provoke discus?ion failed, and the
icoumuuu wfui io uie juuiciary committee,
Republicans evidently preferring to discuis
the resolution in private.
There is more activity at the various sen
atonal headquarters to-night than at any
time since tho contest began. The calling
of the Republican senatorial caucus for
next Thursday night, which was mado offl
ciany v lay, seems to nave imparteH new
.!.n.. , . .
Hie totlio contestants. There is no doubt
that ex Senator Oglesby has made largo
gains nuring too past (lours, while Itaiim
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and Heudersuii aro holding their own and
Qov. Cullom is the loser. That Cullom has
ist within thu past day is the opinion of
all disinterested observers. The question.
ol his eligibility is producing eeriom re
sults against him, as m my Republican
members of both housesconscientiously bu-
hevo that under the constitution of Illinois
they cannot vote for a state ollicer or anoth
er office without violating the oaths of
IF YOU DO,
If you want to sell anything,
If you want to buy anything,
If you want to increase your business,
If you want to hire anyone,
If you want a situation,
If you have a house to rent,
If you want to rent a lions.-,
Advertise in The Cairo Bulletin.
The Iko'fs in Germany and Hungary are
The ship Biitish Empire burned at
Teu out of 20 persons are saved.
A Chinese expedition against Corea is
reported as among the pofsibilities.
Emperor William grants tlDO.OOO marks
from the imperial funds for the flood suffer
Special counsel fees in the first star-route
and Guiteau cases will probably cost the
government ll 00.000.
An Irishman, who evidently wants free
transportation to the old country, has con
fessed at Rochester to being one of the
Phoenix park assassins. s
Polk, the defaulting Tenuesse treasurer,
is reported still flitting aliout Texis like a
will o' the wisp, but a United States deputy
marshal! claims to havo him at Laredo. A
detective who had been traveling with
Polk betrayed his hiding place near the
BUSINESS MEN WANT
Commercial Job Printing in :.j,'ood shape
and on good paper,
Note Heads, f
Irish Linen and flat
Euvelopesof all kinds,
perforated with round
Full Sheet Posters,
Small Bills and Dodgers,
All of which will be found at Tub
Bulletin Jon Okhick, No. 78 Ohio Levee.
COST OF THE MISSISSIPPI IM
PKOVEMENT. Miimoiirl llepii'illcin.
Gen. Comstock, in his examination be
fore the Mississippi river commission, gives
it as Ws opinion that tho entire navigation
of tho Mississippi river cannot bo improved
at a less cosr than sixty million dollars.
Tho opponents of western river improve
ment 'Yill, uo doubt, takes pains to brand
ish this opinion as proof oj tho necessity
for arresting u work which iu tho end must
bo costly. If tho navigation of the Missis
sippi cannot bo mado safe and easy all
through tho year, except by an outlay of
sixty million dollars, they will say it had
better bo abandoned.
But the cont of tho work is not to bo
considered by itself; it must be viewed in
connection with tho benefits. If the peo-
pieot flew iori( coum navo seen in me
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VUBl uny luilliuun uwiinio iui:j. TOi.uiu linru
houiliilixt Innrr nlwint: linili.rhildn.r if. Tf
thepoopleof the United States could havo
been mado to understand forty years ago
that tho railroad system which now grid-
Irons the country would cost three thousand
million dollars, they would have said it
TIT A Mill uii..li ll... lil'im. A tlllm. a 4.. 1
-u, nun., i u.j uuiii.iu. ... .mug id ....
be estimated, n it only in what it cost, but J
by what it will save. A harvester and
binder is a very costly machine; and yot, as
a mere matter of economy, a farmer should I
have ono, cvon if ho Imb to go in debt ir
it, for it will save its cojts in llio liarvt
ing of two crops. What if Hie compl
Improvement of the Mississippi will tit
"'"ty niilliou dollars, it will bo wort
twice, thrice, four times that stun to
- country; it will bring benefits in the. way u
cheaper carrying rates that will Im pi-rpc;
Experience has shown that tho greu
- 1 rivor is) tlm reulmor of freight raies he-
tween the west and the seaboard, an.l.thn(
evt!t7 improvement in its navigation .oners
these rates. At least three-foimhs tho
1 - - , ... - t j i kj
Mississippi, and it the complete improve-
whuiu ui muuenrti oi ircu'.i.i tun s ( u I h k
ment of tho great river should i edm. the
- carrying rates on this commerce only tlueo i
cuts per one hundred, the s'tv'.ng would
"" m mrec years, in te tno sixty nii.'liou
dollars cost of that improvement iinii-nifi-
cant in tho comparison. It matters tittle
what it will cost to make the liver naviga-
- bio all thycar round and free ii IV ini ob-
structions. The woilc,is ns ncct hsiry to
'he country as improved r-iads arc to Hie
business comfort mi l convenience of a.
- rural community, or pavd streets him to
I 1 .1 . . .
cny ami tins consitii raMn ur i s tho
worK independently of the cxp. use of it.
I llte improvement ould to lie im- ni-
I.i-i. i . .. ...
pi-htim as economtcully t:s poi-silde, l.nt it
niust be accoinjdishei), est whnt it nuv.
Tins is a free countiv! un;. but ..n
can't get Dr. Bull's Cntinh Srup free of
charge, it costs you a quarter every t'li.c.
On Thursday evening, J iiin u y 1 ltd, tl.o
ladies of tli Epincopal iilaitHi will u'ivv a
Sociable at the residence f Mr. II. II. Cv-
dee. Music, vocal and instrumental, will
be given and refreshments Reived. A c. i
dial iuvitation is extended to all. A -1 m
sion aud refreshments 2."i cents. :;t
Notlc In tiiic culumn Ihn.f llm nr I.
onolunnrtliiD or 1 (. V' r wrrk.
r hli-a .fci-
-lla-h-r'n rlilr, wn-h .mniir, i i.
(.'UN KM) ALHA.Si.vh met
EOK 8AI.R.-.BI.r.a. man,! Motf.-. ... ' i
w rTtitT and Wnrrnniv Ii. ciia.i n .. i-.,n. .
Job office ?H Ohio Levin.
A M l.'SK.M k.N f .
CAIRO OPERA IIOUSK.
Important engagement of the t.ie .t
the mot clcTsting and inter. tin oiiii-rtaintMT.t.
A JOURNEY TKol' II
In 40 Minute
Ret rcenltiJir lj'tn;f,il ...n. r',.. ,1 r,, ,..(.
Africa. Aula n i Knrop ' A t nl.J ) --j.tr m
thtio views a e profiled on a .'( fquu e fmi Hn
vm bv el.-clrlc Unlit tui mutu i hv i,.t u ..
CI. Mhuu-iiiir Sipi.ii i u.u
Traina, Homo K ce. iveaiii .ut. I h tr.il.-r ..-..! '
Eartb'taakea. Battles Kuthtir.. ilun'.u.,;. e
Or Dreaming au 1 Walkn in Mid-'.ir,
(Kloatlue Id mld- ilr hi all (ilitciloi.n,
By MISS MA H IK SKKMAX.
Durlui the Art rctirem'titii Mm H,.,..,. r..i
.'HAYEK. .ION OK AUJ i.Mni.lol (irli;iHi.
KOU ItOY. (iliHMANY.
AM KKIf'A, M ; K IIO',
DDK3S 01' I.I UK H I Y.
ANUKL OK 1'K VCIC, K(e ., l.ic.
75c. 50c. and 25c,. noenfiM eliniwu
for Reserved Seats', ut Budcr'a.
jIAKTWK. SKKMAX I'.epil. tor.
HAKKY SMITH M ,,:., .
at and bolow COST
CLOSING OUT SALE!
A partial list of articled uti.l prices,
3 RfttoS'I 75
5 00 to 5 &0
o 00 a Hot.
- 2 25 to 2 50
(i 00 to 50
- II (10
19c to -loo per yd.
7 00 to 12 00 each
A Cane Rocker for
75c., large .size.
Aud nil other Hoiiohi)ld ami Kllehon Furnl.
mra ai pam proporuon. no tiava am Ininienso
stock of all kinds and moat mull.
iv. J . WliN teOrs,
Cor. 10th St. Ac Wellington Ave.