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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 2,
Till-! DAILY BULLETIN,
dKCH'E: u. 7rt OHIO LKVEK.
KNTKKKU AT Til CAIHO lWl'oXKICK KOK
TIlAN.sKISSlOS TUROI.'OH TUB MAILS AT SEC
IIMI t'l.AHh HAl K8.
Sl'EClAL LUHAL. ITEMS.
.tiitife- !ij iroi-roumn, win cent" pit Mno for
rat mi't av ceun pur hue fb uteiuent lnaur
(Ion. for oue wlu SOcouts yr.r liuu. t'ir out)
n onth, AO cout pur liuu.
Liliui ItMiurtit opposite Opera
Ilouse. Gas B.tto propnefr, 11-20" tf
Foil OuTKita in any style go the Grand
Opera 11 j-tHurnat oa Cooimer
Cial and Till street. 11-33 tt
Sew Blacksmith shop.
A new lior.no shoeing shop tins been open
ed bv llr. P. Powers o.i Tenth street, ah
manner of bl ick-.m ihinj and wiyon work
done to order. Hepairin ' work a specialty.
Work dooe promptly. tt
Tint Hacking Cough can bo so quickly
cured ly Slutob's Cure. We guarantee it
PaulG. Scuuii, a,'uQt. (I)
Henry Papenlmsen, Cuicago, I'd., says
'I have used Browu a I:on B.tters in my
tatnily and find it hq excellent remedy for
Galran'z! Stains for Creameries, Dia
ries, Butter Dealers, and G.ocers. Soud
forcircular. Howe Scales Co., St. Louis
Grind Op&tu Rjstaurint opposite
Open U uo up stairs, Hick entrance on
7ta street. Oysters iu every style. 11-28 tf
Farmers and oihers dcB;rm ft centeel,
lucrative agency business, by which $5 to
$20 a day can be earned, send, addre.w at
once, on post a', to V. ('-'. Wilkinson fc Co.,
195 and 197 Fuiton street, New York.
Will you surLr with Dyspepsia and Liver
Complaint? Shiloh's Viia.iz.r is guaran
teed to curi. P.iul G. Schuh, agent. (2)
The Wm. Alba baubeu-sH r is one of
the beat appointed obops ia the city; five
barbers all tirst-cUsa workmen. Call at
this Hhop, Coni:n:rcul avenue next the
Opera Hjuso ami iret hair-cutting, aliam
pooning aui shaving dons in an artistic
Having purchased the bakery ot J.
Anthony, oi Waathington avtuue between
Oth and lO.h street, I prepared to offer to
the public at all times tresh bread, Cakes,
&c. of the best quality at the lowest prices
to bu found in the city. Call and see uie.
12-1 3-tf Jacob Latseh.
A twj story brick house, frame addition,
einht rooms in o.id rop ,ir. Cairi ie house
ami ciatrru. A nev. r-l'iiiin drive-wdil.
Corner lots oo Strei-t Hulroid. Enquire
of M. W. Muh.'s, r W. C. NtwacM,
I UD suffered frum Cttur.h for ten
yeir; the pnu would be so Severn that I
w is o.jiiift'd to send for a doctor. I h id
entir ly lost seiwo of snudl. E.ys' Cream
Balm ha-, worked a mir.tclu. C. Hal
LETS, Umghailiptnii, N. Y.
A (ioo I Re.ttaurdiit.
If you wmta ood ih!hI call at Suliocn
meyer's It.-it lurmt cor. 10:li Ht. an I Wash
ing ave. Only 23 cts. lor h r' t'ulur ta:&
and day rjnarditiit will & 'd thi best acconi
moittion on reasonable fenus.
Mardl (iras at yew Orleans
TheGret Jacksju Riu e, with its ac
customed liberality, has made very low
rates for thosi desiring t attend the Mardi
Gras tentivitii-s. Mondty, February oth,
will witness the reception ( MAJES
TY REX. and Tuesday, February C'h,
MAHUI GRAS, the yraodnst display ever
yet seen in New Orlentis. N i one should
miss it. For fu ! particulate s. (; bill and
enquire of ticket neur. The r ite from
Cairo to New Oilcans and return is $14.00.
Sale of tickets will commenca January
81st, 1833, ami cont'.nu: u itil February
6th, 188U. Good to return on or before
Sunday, February 11th, 1883.
J. II. Joxks, Tirk-'t Agent.
The Battle of the Books.
Alden, of "Literary Revolution" memory,
is raising agaiu the hop s and enthusiasm
of those who delight iu books. X few
months ago his enemies thought, and his
friends feared, tbat his enterprise lucl met
with irretrievable overthrew; but here he
is ai(aiu with "a larger catalogue, of better
books, at lower prices than ever before."
Ujs semi-weekly K-lgcvir Majm'uo is cer
tsinly s most unique, clurtuiutf, and mar
relously ohtapcoi.ectiou of gems ol litera
ture. It yives, for inbtanw, rennynoo's
'Enoch Arden," Wilson's "The Sea Ser
pents of Science," Farnr'a "The Murning
oi uouie, ir'.ug "Uip v,n Winkle,"
O.ild.mitlt's "The Deserted Village, and
the Traveller," e;u:h complete, for only two
Cents; a "Life of Washington Irvin," by the
poet 11. II. Sioddard, lor 0 cents; Human's
'Pilgrim's Prorew," complete, fluely illut
trated, for ten cejti; and numerous others
like in character and in price. If you
think it incredible, send a postal card and a
pecimon copy will tie t,m vou. tree. His
tnouthly raa;rine, Choice Literature, at
95 cents a year, c-ntains the cholc?st ee
lections from the foreign magazine and
reviews, in amount nearly as much n the
one of the four-dollar maazire, and it is
printed in excellent style; a copy of thu
aUowili be sent frwup'di tip; Nation. Bo.
ides numerous other publications, ho Is
isiuing a series of cvcIpkUh. end, A.
oted toaKpecisl subject, ueh h Cyelo
pedias. of Hlstorv, Biogi-'ipliv, poetry," Fie--tion,
U'ligious Llleratur, Choice 'prose,
Wit an l Humor, etc.; f thesn he ha some.'
thin'i over thirty volumes ready for delivery
ana manv others to follow snnn. 8pep
mens received at this office show excellent
workmanship In every rei-nect; much su
perior to the avoraye of ihe pulUcations
of he American Uook ExchartRe. H wants
club aiiertt h ewy neighborhood, and
will aend dtalojues with larse induce
Wintafrro on request. Address John II.
Al'ta Publisher, 18 Vesey street, New
(GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In theae eommni. n wmt par "tie,
ith 'nnion and vrt)lhur marked or not, if calcu
I tedtu fiwa-rtiiD tuia't baelnaes lutTtsit are
l May paid for.
"Interviews to-uight at
the Opeia Home.
Tim hit or the seisin! The "Our
Bachelor Cigar!" at Birclay Brothers'.
Bright Bohemia wilt please everyone,
and should draw a large bouse to-night.
Dr. Leach made a trip to his farm near
Carbondale yesterday; will return home
The steamer R. R. Springer brought
up about twenty-five foreigners yesterday,
who continued on their way west.
School children will nnd Tue Bulle
tin scratch-books Nos. 2 and 3 tor sale at
Phil Saup's candy store. tf
Mr. Mclntyre, an experienced ice ma
chine builder, is cow with the D. W. Ice
Mfg. Co, and will remain until their ma
chines are in operation.
Interviews or Bright Bohemia is a pro
duction of Mr. Nobles' own pen, and is said
to be the the brightest he i ver produced
Don't fail to see it. Seats reserved at
f -Don't forget the Social H tp at Uiber
niaa fire company hU. Monday night,
February 5th. 4t
If vou wish to witness a first-class
artie'e of newspaper reporter, one who
knows n such thinj as fail, and is always
oa hand at the nick of time, do not fail to
attend Milton Nobles tntertainment to
night at the Opera Ilouse.
The railroad companies understand
what they are doing, ol course, but when
they chang-.' $10 for running a car of hay
thr-'Ush Cairo to New Orleans and $45, if
the said car started from Cairo, outsiders
are likely to wonder why this is thus.
Our realers will find the card of Wm.
Oa!i!er,in this morning's piper, inviting at
tention to his fine bUcksmith shop and
wngon factory. The works of Mr. Odhler
has a first-class reputation and his prices
are always reasonable. '
S'ato Treasurer Vincent of Alabama
speculated in cotton futures, too. When
he left Montgomery Monday night he sent
word to h: chiet clerk that he hod gone
to New York to get the $227,000 that is
miBsing from the treasury. The police of
all largo cities have ben notified to look
out for him.
The Illiuoib senate Wednesday adopt
the resolution calling on representatives in
congress to try and amend the law relat
ng to the transfer of cases from the state
to federal courts so as to barraoniza with
thu constitutional rights of states. The
house adopted the resolution to investigate
the Illinois Cential railroad accounts.
Two bills that are novel are before the
Illincrs legislature. The first abolishes
grand juries and regulates the practice in
a!l criminal cics up m Information. The
sune bill whs rejected last year, but its
au'hor, Mr. O II;ira,of Rock Istand, is hope
ful this year. The second bill is for the
p .iblic castigation of wife-bo iters and the
probability is th it it will piss.
The S )Uthern Expre company . now
occupy the new Texas & St. Louis narrow
gauiie and are now prepared to do busi
ness between Ciiro and Jouesboro on that
route at low rates. Their motto has always
been to work totbe interest of their p itrons
and it courtesy, good management, etc.,
will build up a business on that route, they
will certainly get all they can do. 8t
. It is understood that Prof. Clark con
templates the celebration of Longfellow's
Diy in s highly interesting manner at the
high school room. The exercises to con-si.-t
of essays, music, recitations, etc. A
prominent feature of the entertainment
will be s recitation by Miss Whitaker, as
siKUnt in the high tchool, wbo is nov
teaching a class in elocution and who was
a pupil of one of America's best readers,
James E. Murdock. The regular weekly
examination will bo concluded to-day.
A new feature in the signal service at
this point, and that will be found of great
convenience to citizens generally, are re
ports received here every morning from
points governing the conditions of the
weathir here, These reports hava been
authorized by the government and are re
ceived evay morointf from Bismarck.
Yankton, Omaha, Leavenworth and St.
Louis. The reports arrive here and are
ready for inspection by about nine o'clock
-Speaking of the high license system
now be'ng agitated in the Illiuois legislature
t.io St. Louu Republican says: Some of
thu Ii.iuoia towts present very intelligible
examples of the working of the high
license system. A year seo Jolitt adoDtcd
Before that thero were uinety saloons
in the pUcc paying a license of $50 each,
or $1,500 In the aggregate. The new law
fixed the license at $500. The result is
that the number of siloons has been re
duced toidxty and the revenue they pay is
$1)0,000 that is, one-third fewer saloons
pay more than six tintes as much revenue
tt under the old sytem, In Springfield
there are 121 saloons, or one to every 150
of the population. The license fee Is small,
and the ross revenue derived from them is
trifling. In Decatur, with a population of
1,000, there are eighteen saloons paying
$300 each, or $9,000 altogether. There is
bo complaint that cither Jollct or Decatur
possesses too few si.looiit to tupply the
wants of the drinking element ol thu p pu
Istion. The reduced number has probably,
to some extent, discouraged drinking,
which is a good result; all liquor l -gisU'
tion ouL'ht to aim at that obiect : but while
the Deonle of Decatur and Juliet re not
tempted by a saloon on every corner and
one between, those who drink can, secure
their beverages without serious inconveni
ence. And then the rcvenuo yiolded
$:10,000 for Juliet and $9,000 for Decatur
is nut to be overlooked.
Three young fellows who lingered
over the flowing bowl and the billiard table
until earlv yesterday morninz anl then
and then started on their several wnys
homu ud Commercial avenue, were
scared out of their wits when they
got to Burgei's dry goods store by the
sudden appearance ot what they believed
to be a real, livo ghost. Thev saw the
figure of a man dressed entirely in white
standing on the side walk right ahead of
them. Tiie sight frightened them end
caused them to scatter and scamner at a
break-neck rate down the avenue. His
ghostbhip seemed to be SHtiufied with his
woik and crossed deliberately over to Mr.
Neff's Dew buildipg and disappeared,
When one of youg men returned a few
minutes later, armed witli a seveu shooter
and accompanied by two or three friends,
the apparition could nowhere be found.
-Tho Missouri P.,e.ifi and St. Louis.
Iron Mountain and Southern railways hiVe
issued a new trouch freight tariff between
St. Louis. Hannibal, Ca'ondelet and Bel
mont, Mo., East St. Louis and Cairo, III.,
Columbus, Ky., and points in Texas and
Louisiana, which takes effect to day. To
the principal points ia Southern Texis the
rates hsve been considerably reduced. On
some classes, where the charges were here
tofore$l 50 per hundred, they are now
ony f i 30; ana there have been propor
tionate reductions to all points iu that part
of Texas. The new rates to Sm Antonio
from points uamfd above are as follows
First-class, $1 40; second class, $1 25;
third $1 15; fourth $1; car-loads, class A,
83 cents; class B, 77 cents; class C, GO cents;
class D, 03 cents, and class E, 53 cents.
The first-class rate to Lire i is $1 83; and
class A cir-loads to the same point has
been reduced to $1 08.
Another party of excursionists came
down on the steamer Guiding Stnr Wed
nesday an 1 whila the boat was lying at
our wharf, a delegation of ladies and
gentlemen came ashore and took a view of
the town. They rambeled leisurely through
the principal streets and unlike such parties
a rut-, the expressed themseives in
wuijjuuituiaij' iciuia ui niu cny s une
..1 -s a r ... ..,
business houses, paved streets a.id sub-
stwui il wa ks. They Ind se.-n some of
the almost bottomless streets of Sprinafiehl
and the mire covered nsvements of St.
Louis and Memphis and other cities, and
were able to ju Igo f Cdro uitbeut preju
dice. One gentleman who had been lure
six yea's b.-foru ixjiressel surprise at
nearly every step lie to..k, at the important
improvements which met his eyes ever)
where. The O.iera H .irse and The Hilli
dty and Cu-t.un House were objects ut
sp'iciai interest to them.
The case of G.T., alias"Buj"Brandon,
for vagrancy, wbb tried in the court of Jus
tice J. II. Robinson yesterday and took up
three or four hours. Defendant had em
ployed Mr. Geo. W. Hendricks to conduct
his side of the case and City Attorney W.
E. Hendricks conducted the prosecution.
A jury was asked for by the detenseand six
jurmcn were selected. Testimony wss
tikea on both sides and able arguments
were made by counsel. About six o'clock
the jury, after a half hour's consultation,
found a verdict of guilty and placed the
punishment at a fine of ten dollars and
costs, a total of $17.35. Brandon of
course paid this little sum and is at libeity
to continue bis peculiar, aimless and la,
less mode ot life in this city. Ten dollats
is the lowest tiue permitted to be assessed
fur thn offense of which Brandon was
found guilty, and the highest flue is one
nuudred dollars. The object of giving so
wide a range was to give courts and juries
an opportunity to &ss :ss a tiue accordiug
to the gravity ol the offense. The courts
have been entertaining and actiug upou
" u-""uu l in "ore grevious tno ot-
fecse the heavier should be the tine; they
have looked upon an able-bodied vagrant,
such as is defined in the laws, as a very uu
desirable citizen, as one whoso modo of
life must lead to some crime, or implied
every crime as a man who preys upon the
results of the honest toil of others and may
be or may become a gambler, thief, high
wayman, etc. The courU have taken this
view of the law and those
tried under it; they Lave not
been Diggardly in asaessing the fines in
cases brought before them and either rid
ding the community of such characters or
having them placed where they could do
no harm. But it appears now, tint the
courta and we misjudged the "vg" law
and misunderstood the intention of its
fnimcrs, and it remained for the six gen
tlemen who sat on the case of Brandon
yesterday to interpret the law correctly and
to give the courts and us a right under
standing of the intents and purposes of the
makers of the law, by fixing the lowest
fine allowed by the law upon about as
plain and aggravating an offeuco as was
ever brought to the notice of the couita
here under the "vag" act. Brandon is a
notorious character. He is known not to
havo any honorable means of support; he
is understood to be a professional gambler;
ho is known to be a bold, percistent fre
quenter of dianputable houses, to prowl
ulmut the streets in idleness, to loiter about
bar rooiut1, and he is unable to give a satis
factory aecount of himself. He is S lid to
have led the same kind of a life at Paducah
and Metropolis, to have abandoned a wife.
and child at the hitter place, and is known
lo be the associate, here of prostiiutes.
Nearly all. this was known to the
jury, and would seem to one hav
ing a fair idea of what constitutes average
morality, us a case of more than ordinary
grivny; but to judge from the verdict of
the jury in the case, one would be
led to believe that Brandon was
only a poor fellow accidently fhort of
funds and caught in the act of begging a
cracker at some grocery, which is t he
mi:doht form of "vigrancy" defined by the
law under which Brandon wa9 found guilty,
n'l would therefore be puuiahablo by the
lowest finu, ten dollars and costs.
had Brandon's offenau been ot
latter description he would
haps have received a line
one hundred dollars and been given three
hours in which to leave town. Wo must
admit that juries sometimes move n ystcr
iously at verdicts to arrive, anj those ver-
d cts ary, to our crude understanding, often
compatible with every fact and law in the
ClRe9 ia which they 8M rendered; but
"e supposed always to know best
, , "
snail sees t induce ourselt to believe that
dissolute idlers, or persons who aubidst by
crime and lal lives ot filth in the social
pits of a live city, are desirable citizens, en
titled to common respjet and to the ten
dered consideration of a kid-gloved jury.
THE "100 WIVES" COMBINATION
Arthur Miller, well-known in Cairo as
clerk of the steamer Sam Roberts and barges
aod other New Orleans bo its in days agone
arrived here yesterday as advance agent
of the "100 "Wives" combination, who open
at the Ooera Home Tueslay night Feb. 6
This compaoy come to us highly recom
mended by the Eastern Press and are just
n w comnlerini a week enesrrement at
Milwaukee, Wis., where they have met with
very flittering success. The dra'na is
based upon the eniquitiesi of the Mormon
system, and is without doubt at the strong-
esi connemnanou ot Mormonism ever
produce I, anl wrh. so much inligaation is
the drami ho!tci upon by the Mortn ia ele
ment thu its production was refused by
the bro:!iarho..)d in Slt Like.
Toe whole aim of the play is to present
ts the American people a true picture of
the inside working's Mormmism, and
arouso tush iuterest, as will result in the
total extermioauou of the plague.
PROMPT AND DECISIVE.
Those in ttie city who have now or havo
had children in attendance at the Chester,
Pi., military academy will find the follow-
ing dispatch giving an account of how
disobedience to the rules of the institution
is punished of interest :
A committee of the corps of the cadets
of the Penns Ivania military academy of
this place were refused permission to at
tend a theatrical perform mce last niuht,
in compliance of a well-known regulation
of the institution, whereupon a discon
tented biud of thirty-seven cadets, while
being called to prayers, ran into the town
in undrens uniform aod without overcoats.
The academic stuff was convened and the
adjutmt, with two officers, was sent to the
theatre with an official order which was
rea 1 there. It reduces the offending cadet
officers to the ranks and suspends the en
tire number from the academy, forbids
presence on ihe academic grounds for any
purpose, and they are ordered to report at
once to their homes in various parts of the
country, whither a telegraphic report of
tho situation will precede them.
The discipline was slurp and prompt.
This morning at 6 o'clock the order relat
ing to the delinquents was published, fol
i,jwefj bv mother appointing deserving
cadets to the various military offices made
vacant thereby. These cadets took the
places assigned them, and both in studies
and military exercises everything pasaod
on as though nothing extraordiuary had
happened. An almost universal feeling
prcvaili amonir the cadets, both inside and
outside the institution, that their experi-
enco has cost more thiu it was worth. The
insubordinate cadets secured lodgings in
different parts of the city.
Two negro woraon named Alice Emer-
aon and Sena Kight raised a disturbance
down-town yesterday morning by loud and
offjnsive language. Tbey were arrested
and fined five dollars aud costs each h
James Butter and Jo'in Miner were very
drunk Tuesday, were fined each one dollar
and costs and ordered to the city pen for
three days to be fed and shsltored. On
their way there they gave the ofllcera in
charge much trouble, and loven of drunk
en bawls much entertainment.
Yesterday Chief Myers received a dis
patch from Marshal Geary of Paducah,
stating that the latter had arrested young
George Harris who Is suspected of buing
the fellow who entered the stotes of Messrs.
Coleman and Schuh. Chief Myers went to
Paducah on the atcamer Fowler yesterday
evening and will bring the young fellow
Cleanses, Beuutifies and Preserves the Te?tli;
contains no Pumice Stone or other ingredient
tlmt win possibly injure the Teeth.
HEALTHFUL AND PLEASANT IN ITS USE!
TRY IT, IF ONLY A SAMPLE, AND RE CONVINCED.
7s O3aj.o Lsveo and.
Cor. 8th St. & Wash. Ave.
LAST NIGHT'S ENTERTAINMENT.
The attendance at the Episcopal enter
tainnunt at Ilartmon's Hall last night was
flattering to the managers. It was a large
and fashion able company, taking up all the
seating cupaciry or the, hall. For several
hours from six o'clock tho ladies furnished
a rich oyster supper to a large number of
guests, an I about eight o'clock the splen
did musical programme prpired
for the occasion was be-un. For an hour
or two the large hall was filled with sweet
melody from culiivated throats, and the
audience was amused and thrilled by turns
as the song was grave or humorous.
The programme published in yes'erday's
paper was faithfully carried out, totbe very
evident delight of Ilia audience. Among
the finest productions, if Dot tuk fiuet,
was the vocal duet "Come Love" by Mrs.
W. P. Holiday and Miss Annie Pitcher,
which was received by the audience with
demonstrations of favor both lou I and
long. The vocil trio by Miss Pitcher,
Prof. Clark and Mr. Metcalf was reudeied
in a manner uot susceptible of improvement ;
the lnstumental duct by Dr. Benson and
Mr. E. C. Hallilay was admirable, as was
also the s io by Miss Wintie Dunning.
But the amusing feature of the pro.
gramme was the aesthetic concert in which4
anumbvrof ) utig la lies and gentlemen
who had previously gaiued dis.iuction in
the stmo line, took pirt. The chiracters
drawn on canvas by some of
our young laly artMs, were reprc-s ntel
by Misses Mimiu CoHis, Maud Ri ten-
houe, Clara R obbins, Artiie P.tcher, Tenie
Woodward, D-1U Gordon, Annie Howard,
and IV f. Clar an 1 M -srs. L. D.Bailey.
Lnckridge and Frank Mitcilf. The
concert was a success as its pre lecesaors
had been, and the audience accorded the
singers enthusiastic compliments.
The music and singing concluded about
30 o'clock and then the bril.'unt com
pany resorted tovj stirs tmd icecream and
Cake and c 'ff ;e mi l pie is mt talk to while
away another hour or more, and tbm con
cluded as oxthet c an e ntertainment ss has
probably ever b-en iriven. :
WOOD I WOOD!
The Cairo City Coal Co. have just re
ceived a supply of sawed wood. Orders
left at the office on wharfboat No
receive prompt attention.
Mr. J. II. Morlock, of Patoki, Indiana,
is in the city since yesterday, looking after
some property in which he has an interest.
Ia is in the distillery business at Patoka
and is doing well.
Rev. B. Y. George left yesterday for
bis trip east. He will be gone several
weeks, during which there will be no ser
vices at his church there.
Miss VanTress, of Paducah, is visiting
her sister Mrs. F. L. Gtligher.
JUST RECEIVED FROM ST. LOUIS,
AT MRS. S. WILLIAMSON'S
A complete and elegnut Hue of masquerade
costumes. Also an elegntit lino of real
laces and Irish point embroideries. Ladies
and gents will gave money by calling and
purchasing before going elsewhere, lw.
COMMERCIAL JOB PRINTING.
Just received One Hundred Thousand
Letter Head?, Irish Linen and fiat
Note Heads, ( papers.
Envelopes of all kinds,
Dray Tieketn, perforated with round
Receipt Books, hole perforaling
Check Books, machine.
Full Sheet Posters,
Small Bills and Dodgers,
All ov wiucu will ba found at Tut
Bulletin Jou Omen, No. 78 Ohio Lovee.
GOOD LOTS FOR SALE.
On Railroad street below 0th, three lots
8, 0 and 10 block 15, ii5 by 20 each, mak
ing 75 feet on Railroad street and 20 feet
deep. For particulars apply at Bollktim
SKW AllVKKI I V M , !
NoOcoi, in tui column u.r. liuci
On Insertion or 11 Ol pi r week.
PUK .Lli. lis Vt'h Tmir, wurti hh'jci... u
AblesAc. CONIUD ALIIA. Slllh street
Itls'ik. Cli ot'il
warranty and Warrant ir D.:eii at IliiilmlB
Jo'i efflce n Oh in
THE LDli;S OF THE v.c.T. U.
will ff to an
OYSTEH SUP PER
FiUD.VY.NKill r, February I'd,
at TEMPERANCE II ALL,
oh El(,bih S'.r.-o'.
A cord 1 IcvttailoB la tit. U'led io s'.l.
SUPPER, - - 25 CENTS.
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE
TWO N" I OUT si OXL.Y.
tlukL I FEBRUARY 2 & 3.
l0'b Con-nt r Y -r .f fte form t Atnerl n
Cl.arv tc- Arl.r
A'lUud by tbeyoun? rd r".ti Coniniedknns
i.d Voca in.
DOLL IE NOBLES
A D A
of Qumtul ex '.rh.-L'-u.
Friday Fe., February 2,
will bs produced. n American roniR' v, In tenr
A ts, wruiDu hjr Miaou NuMe, ci.t lk-u:
QUILPOKD rjltlVERTON, thorn PohrmUn.
FLORESCK W.iLVmrON.an lielre ,
Saturday Eve , February 3.
wt 1 be jirecntcd thn nnl'in American Mn'o
Drama, w.ltto br Jdiltoii Nuh.-, called:
CARROLL G HAVES, t Nuw York nhemln
VII.T 'N Nliltf E8
SADIE, the Flower Girl pul.LIE NOl'LKS
Admission Inclndiox reaorred rt nla T.'i, JO and 25.
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
TUESDAY NIGHT, Feb'y 6.
MORAL AND EXCITING,
A Story of Mormon Life.
AND THE UNRIVALLED
A New ArriTtcau Couvdy Drama
in Four Acts,
Br COL. O. A. IMER3F. and J.S. B. RrjUIOS,
of the CUIctio Intur-Oe.-a-i taii Titbune.
Th stronjM Draa on His Amr'ean Pt"e.
Kndnraoil b thu I uilinu prona ol larger otles.
Special econery of
Salt Lake City,
Tho Mormon Temple.
Famous Cliff Scene.
Rreeived seat atBnder's Jew