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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY AtORNINO, FEBRUARY 3, 18.
THE DAILY WTLLETIN.
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KNTKHK.I) AT TUB CAIRO POHTOKFICK FOR
TRANSMISSION TUBOUOUTHi; MAIM AT BKO
OND CLASS HATKS.
it KKIOlAL FAFKR OF CITY AMD COTJHTT
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice tu tfciici)uran.iint eenia per line for
Imiaud Ave tenia pur lint cliiilitHjunUner
lion. I'or une wuik. 30 cut lif r llnu. For out)
n.onlh, AO conn per line.
What Women Should Use.
Dyspepsia, weak back, dupoiidency and
other troubles caused mo tearful suffering,
but Parker's Uiuger Tonic makes run tee I
like a new buinjj." A great remedy. Every
woman should use it. Mrs. f.arllz, Pitta-
.New MacktituUh Shop.
A new horse shoeiug shop lias been open
cd by Mr. P. Powers oq Tenth street. All
manner of bUcksiuittiing and wagon work
done to order. Impairing work a specialty.
Wink done promptly. . "
That Hacking Cough can he ho quickly
.in.il i.v Slulofi'a Cure. We "iiarnntoe if.
PaulQ. Sehuh, agent.
Henry Pupeuhausen, Chicago, 111 , nay:
"1 have used Brown's Iron Hitters in my
tauiily and find it an excellent renn'dy for
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak,
ness, early due ay, loss of manhood, etc., I
will seud a recipe that will (Pre you, FKKR
ok en ahoe. This great remedy was
discovered iy a minister in South America.
Mend a sell addressed envelope to the Kuv.
Josnrii T. Ismvn, Station l., New York
Galvanized Scales tor Creauierii', Dia
Ilnitpr D '1it. and Grocers. Seud
ll.vre Scales Co., St.
Faumkrs and others desiring a ceutwel,
lucrative sgeucy business, by which 3 to
$20 a day can be earned, semi address at
once, on postal, to II. C. Wilkinson & Co.,
195 and 107 Ifultnu street, New York.
Never Give Up.
It' you are suffering with low and de
pressed spirits, loss of appetite, general
debility, disordered blood, weak constitu
tion, headache, or any disease of a bilious
nature, by all means procure & bottle of
Electric Bitters. You will be surprised to
see the rapid improvement tuat will follow;
you will be inspired with new life; strength
and activity will return; pain and misery
will cease, and henceforth you will rejoice
in the praise of Electric Bitters. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle by Harry W. Schuh. (5)
Ssrofuja of thirty years' standing has
been cured by "Dr. Lindsey's Blood Search
er." Sold by all druggists.
Will you suffer with Dyspepsia aud Livu
Complaint? Sliiioh's Vitalizt-r is guaran
teed to euro. Paul 0. Sc.huh, agent. 12)
Tuk Wm. Alba uaubbk-siioi' is one of
the best appointed shops in the city; five
barbers all first-class woikmen. Call at
this shop, Comin ;rcil avenue next the
Opera House and get hair-cutting, sham
poooing an 1 shaving done in an artistic
Having purchased the bakery ot J.
Anthony, on Wasthinytoa avenue betweou
0th and' 10th streets, I prepared to otfrr to
the public at all times fresh bread, cikes,
CvC. of the best quality at the lowest piicas
to be found in the city. Call and see me.
13-1 S tf ' Jacob Lvi'nkh.
A two story brick hou-e, frame addition,
eight norusin good repair. Carriage house
and cistern. A never-failing drive-well.
Cornrr lots on Street Hailroid. Enquire
of M. W. Mathews, or W. C. Nkwsum,
MeNSMAN S PEPTONIZED BlCfcF ToMC, tile
only pn-partion of beef cnnltiuiiig its entire
nutritious properties. It contains blood
making, force generating aud life sustain
ing properties invaluable tor Indigestion,
DvsDepsia, nervous pro..titi"ti. and all
forms of genera! dehiiity ; also, iu all en
leebled conditions, whether the result of
exhaustion, nervotn prostration, overwork,
or acute disease, particulate if resultiuif
from pulmonary complaint. Caswell,
Hazard, & Co., Proprietors Ni-w Ymk.
Sold by Druggists. (111
Thus exclaimed au old m-nth man n.-cov
ering from a severe atta k of die bronchial
tubes, ' 'teller Coiih ymp cniH nix.
Aliens lti Ain rood botanical titracl
strengthens tiic Ihaiu und positively cuies
Nervous Debility, Nervousness, Headache
unuatuial losses, and all wuakness of Gen
erative System; it never fails. $1 pkg,
tlfor $!. At druggists, or Allen's Pliamia
cy, 31 5 First Ave., N. Y.
t'reiuauire grayuest avouieil ly umk
Parkci's Hair Balsam, ditinrjtiisliud for its
clennloii'-s nd perlume.
A Wool Restaurant.
If you w tnt a good meal tall M rkboeri
meyer's lWtauraut eor. Kltb at. and Wash
ing ave, Only 83 cts. for a regular mual
and day boarding will find the l'Mt acrom
tnodatiou ou reasonable terms.
1 27, 2ui.
Mardi lira at New Orleans.
Thu Great Jackson Umte, with its an
customed liberality, has made very low
rates for those dunning to attend thu Maidi
Gran leetivities. Moudjy, February ."iili,
will witness the reception of HIS MAJES
TY URX. and Tuesday, February 6th,
MAltDl GHAS, thu grandest display ever
yet aeen in Nnw Orleans. No one should
tulsi it. For full particulars sen bills ind
tinquiro of ticket agent. Tho rata from
Cairo to New Orleans and return is (14.00.
Sale of tickets will commence Jauuary
Slit, 18SU, and continue until Fidnuary
0th, IBM. Good to return on oi beforo
flunday, February 11th, 1883.
J, II. JoNita, Ticket Agent.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Nutlets In the eoiumns. waetntt per line,
oh tnrtlon ind whether marttd or not, ireaic.o.
Iited to toward an? mta's bualntm lutcrett r
1 way paid for.
Hon. John II. Oberly is expected to
arrive hero tc-day or to-morrow.
A lady'i gold watch with three
diamond sets will be raffled ff to-night at
Mr. Charles Bowers' restaurant.
Tim lot of the season! Tho "Our
Bachelor Cigar!" at Barclay Brothers'.
Mr. C. C. Huntley of New York ar
rived in the city yesterday to look after his
building on Ohio levee and to expedite its
Au accident occurred last evening on
tho Texas and St. Louis railroad at E tst
Cairo which caused u delay of passengers
ou the evening traiu for several hours last
night. No particulars could be obtained.
Schoolchildren will find Tub Buixi:
Tis scratch-books Nos. 2 and :) tor sale at
Phil Satip's caudy stire, tf
-A number of logs belonging to the
box factory were lifted from the bank by
tho rising water yesterday and the night
before, and flouted down the river. One
of the lugs was engaged yesterday in tow
ing them back,
Geo. II. Lower who is known to n.any
ot our citizens, having resuteo Here tor a
uumber of years, has recently assumed the
position of city editor of the Hot Springs j
Horse Slioe, a weekly paper of went ori
gin. 1 m't forget the Social Hop at lliber- i
man the company hall, Monlsy night, j
February 3th. -It
Next Tuesday Illinois will havd a
n..-w govern, r and a new United States
senator, both of whom will owe their pro
motion to a bold vinUtion of the state con
stitution. Tin v are the creatures of Hayes
ing and will increase the number of Re.
publican fraudulencies by two more.
Dr. Charles Gaylord of Paris, III., mi
tcred a plea of guilty Thursday in the
L'oited States district court at Springfield
of circulating obscene matter through the
mails, and was sentenced to the Ciester
penitentiary for three years, dating from
the 28th diy of last Soptetiilx r, which he
ws first incarcerated in
New lot of Hamburg and Irish Point
Embroderie ju-f opened at
J. A L. Bckoer's
101 Commercial avenue.
There will be general rej iiclog among
the uiauy pedestrians who, during this
spell of wet weather, made daily or
hourly hop-stepaand-jumps over the
Eighth street-Ohio levee crossing, over the
fact that Street Commissioner Baird had a
new, wide crossing constructed there yes
A mechanic tiainud George Boughner,
employed at tho Ice factory to assist in put
ting up the ponderous machinery, had two
lingers of his right hand badly crushed yes-
duy morning by the unexpected motion of
heavy piece that wis being hoisted by
pullies into its place. Drs. Parker attend
ed him. Mr. Boughner lives on Seven
Latest accounts of tba smash-up on
the Texas and St. Louis railroad last night
were to the effect that the mixed train due
here at a little after six o'clock was ditched
nesr the St. Francis river, about sixty-five
miles from here, and would not bj in un
til uhout 12 o'clock. The ferry boat Three
States was therefore on duty more than
half the night waiting to transfer the pas
sengers. At Bismarck the thermometer stood
0 degrees below zero at 2 o clock p.m.,
yesterday; Rt St. Louis, 28 above, at North
Plutte, 9 below and at Dodge City at zero.
At the other points reported the tempera
ture had nseu and stood at from 41 to 72
above y.ero, At Bismarck the wind was
from the northwest, six miles per hour; at
St. Louis, from the east, nine miles per
hour. At the last named place .'.11 of an
inch of rsiu fell during the twenty-four
hours ending at the hour named.
Yesterday ws ground-hog day. Sev
cial claimed to have seen the Hiiimul about
noon but under different circumstances.
In ouc instance the hog had its hole in the
shadow o a tree, and when it came forth,
didn't see its shadow although the sun was
shining brightly at the tini. Th s would
prophecy good wuathi r. But the other's
hog came out in the sun and went back in
to its hole very unceremoniously; aud this
would indicate prospective had weather,
leaders tiro at libctty to take their choice.
At a meeting of the Woman's Christian
Teuipeiancc Union held at Heform hall
Thursday afternoon a committee was ap
pointed t confer with another committee
of young men who desire to organize a
Christian Association, and decide upon
terms for permitting tho latter to uso He
form hall fui their meetings. Tho com
mittees were to have met yesterday to con
sider the matter, aud when the hill shall
have been secured meeting will be held by
the young nion, an organization will be
effected aud arrangements made for a vig
orous prosecution of the work to institute
which Mr. Crano is among us.
Considerable excitement wss created
up-town on Commercial avenue yesterday
forenoon by tho unsuccessful attempt of a
une-aruied whito man to hoard a moving
train on tho Wabash road. Tho man
tnisiod his step, was compelled to iclesio
his hold snd fell so near the track that
those who saw him fall thought he would
be caught by the wheels ot the passing
cars and rushed to rescue him. But fortu
nutely ho was not hurt. A man who makes
as bungling an attempt aa this to violato
one of tho strictest ordinances in the code,
ought to havo the full benefit of the penal
There is a small bodv ot water in tho
upper portion of tho city a small spot
which is tho lowest in the city -and tho
impression prevails that the upper sevor
is leaking. But this is not tho case. Tho
water ran iu through tho upper sewer be
fore any of tho sewers were closed and, the
ground being lowortheiethananywhereelse
in tho city, before it was necessary to close
any of tho other sewers. Now the sewers
are all closed tightly and if any water comes
iuto the city it is not through them or any
of them, of this wo are assured by Commis
-On Fifteenth street yesterday a little
colored boy was badly bitten by a dog.
Tho boy hud been playing with the animal
aud the latter seemed to manifest a play
ful spirit until the little fellow struck him
on the head with a stick, when the dog
snapped at the boy's leg and ma le an ugly
wound. Tne boy's mother saw the occur
rence and made for the dog with a club,
chasing him into the yard of his owner who
was a neighbor of th angry woman. Horo
the woman and the dog owner came to
gether nd had a fierce verbal engagement
which lasted for about ten mnutes and
ended only when the latter promised to
keep his la chained and pay the expense
of repairing the damages done.
Mr. W. P. Towler, well known to
many Cairoits, merchants and others by
reason of hisficquent visits hi re ss travel
ing salesman for the large sugar house of
Stnidt Si Ziiyler, of New Orleans, shot and
killed C. M. Wright, uim r of the hie
firm of Wright Bros. & Hammond, nt
Winona, Monday evening. The difficulty
grew out of the failure of ilie Winona tinu
la-t Deretntcr. Wright attacked Tow'n t',
presenting two pistol at hiiu. biu Towler
drew his t'io, ami shot Wrigh twice before
t'i lar.er c Mild use his weapons. Wrtglit
died instantly. Towler's family reside at
Grenada, Miss He was former!;.' a con
d'ictor ou the Chicago, St. L "lis and New
A reward of fifty dollars is offered for
the return of Go-it,'- Hsrris to tho Kuu
tucky peni'entiary. Ho esrsp'-d from a
camp of convicts at work on a railroad iu
the upcr part of Kentucky, The Paduca1!
News says of him : "Harris ij truly a bad
egg, and though not yet of age b is com
mitted more robberies and been iu jiil
more times than he has pawed yeai of his
life. Ho has also been twice convicted aud
seut to the "pen," being pardoned once,
aud only escaping other conviction because
of his you'h. Ho is a hardened rascal and
will not fail to steal every chance be may
have. The robbery which he committed
here and for which ha was sent to Frank
fort wss steal iug a bag of money from the
safe of Messrs. L-'vy Brothers, comum-iou
merchants on Market square, he having
bid away i.i the house during the day and
committed the deed during a time when
there was no one iu tho office where the
safe was located." This Paducah robbery
occurred ah- ut five years sgo. Harris and
bis pal came to Cairo and made a lavish
use of their money. They were arrested
here and confined in the city jail. Officer
Mahaony being then jailor.
Milton Nobles' "Interviews" at the
Opera House last night were simply im
mense. A good audience was present,
drawn theie by the conviction formed
from former visits here of Mr.
Nobles, that they would be
highly entertained. And no one present
could have been disappointed in his or
In r highest expectations. The piece U a
pleasant a comedy as has over been writ
ten ami u full of thu strongest interest
throughout. It gives n by no means ex
ixatrgemted portrait of the modem news
paper reporter with all hia pleasing
and ol juttion ablu features; it abouud in
humorus scenes and through the whole, runs
a nice, little, love drama, which completes
the very interesting play. Every psrt of
the play was giveu in a manner that could
not have been improved upon. Mr. Nobles
took thy Wdinir imrt of "Qjilterd
Piiurtoii mid it is needless to
lav lrnt none o Uvor in which thu-o; who
him hid learned to rcuard him.
iVlonzo S-diwartz as "Max Stein" is equal,
if not superior in that role to M. B. Curtis.
Miss Dollie Nobles as "Floteuce Wolrer
ton" and Miss Li..n- Evans as "Jessie
Caytou" siutaiuel their part with
a natuiainess that was charming
Tho wholu company is good and dosorves
the hearty support of the public. To-uight
"The I'hoMiix" will he presented and those
who attend may rest aseuied that they will
h splendidly entert ained.
Two young tramps ere brought be
fore Magistrate Comings yesterday for
fighting. They were nbout tho most un
civilized lisjkiug youug fellows ever pro
duced in a police court; ragged, dirty, un
kempt and slothful, it would have been
difficult to toll even upon close inspection
U they were Caucasiaus or Johuson county
Republicans, But there was a difference
between them;ouo was sn Englishman and
red headed, the other was an American aud
bull-headed, and both wore Bohemians
from nowhere in particular and bound for
the same place. Down tuwu they met a
drunken stranger whom they asked for
money to buy food; each claimed the toper
as his "meat;" a quarrel cusuod, which led
to a tight in which, as of old, America got
considerably the butter of England. But
tho evidence proved that tho former was
tho aggrousor and much the greator rogue
of tho two, which Iscoutrary to the history
of tho two countries represented.
Tho Englishman told a straight
forward tale and told it meekly,
with tears In his eyes and a quivering voice;
thu bull-headed American told a crooked
story hesitatingly, but with a bravado that
betokened strong bulldozing propensities.
The court discharged England,
und aa for Aniorica "How long
do you want in order to got out of town,"
said the court. "About an hour," said the
prisoner. "Well, I'll fine you twenty-five
dollars aud costs and give you a stay of an
hour; now, git," sud America got. Amer
ica hadn't heard of the Brandon jury, or he
would have- been sharp enough to demand
trial by it and very likely have received an
apology instead of a repremand.
Chief Myers returned yesterday after
noon f rom Paducah, haviug In charge tho
young Uillow, George Harris, who was
arrested by order of tho chief by Marshal
Goary of Puducah, upon suspicion of being
the Colemaa-Sjhuh burglar. Harris does
not admit anything, but tho circunisfan-
cial c-vidon.'.o aju'mst him is stroiii:. His
room-mate, a colored employe iu a down
town birber-shop, states that on the night
of the burglary Harris came to his room
lute, and before retiring emptod his p ickets
of a large quantity of silver coin which he
spread on a table and counted. Some of
the cuius dropped on the floor and the
negro noticed a five-dollar gold piece. He
also took from his pocket some ciirars out
of piper cases md i tore the latter up.
After Huris hal left in tho morning a
number of coppers an I three-cent pieces
were found on the floor, but the, scraps of
the paper cig tr cases had ad been gntheind
up an I tak-jii awiy. The sunil coins were
reoognirjd by Mr. Cohnu.ui as thuso taken
from liis drawer, ind thy piper cigar cases
au I the five dollar go! I piece correspond
with what Mr. Sehuh has lost. On the
steaoier Fowler upon which Harris left tie
tried repeatedly to exchange a five-dollar
gold coiu for other m mey but iu vaiu. He
stoppel off at Hurisburg where ho has
relatives living au I where h is supposed
to have hiddea the ui mey. Bat another
stroug p dnt ag tinst him is that be is an es
caped couvict fioru the Frankfurt, Kentucky,
penitent.!!)-. Ho was jent there from I'j
dudli for larceny for a term of five years,
but wiped after h iving served only one
year and eight months, leaving Miri-j yenrs
and four mouths yet to serve. This wan
his second term too, and the youug culprit
is but about twcnty-;ue years old. Chief
Myers hastelegrapho I to Friukfort, sod if
tho authorities there want the prisoner, ho
wiil be sent there toserva out his last term
aud save this county tin expensa of his
WRITER IN MINNESOTA.
The following extracts from a letter
from a resident of Douglas county, Min
nesota, written to a friend in this city, will
be. interesting f?rfriing.
To us Minnesotiaus your complaint of
cold weather seems comic il especially as
The Bulletin coming with the same mail
ives arrivals and departures of steamboats.
Contrast your open river aud your "bitter
cold'' with a little breezy spell that wo are
having. The mercury has not been above
zero at mid-day for nearly three weeks.
It is now 3 p.m aud the mercury stands
at 30'' below zero, the wind blowing a
hurricane, clouds of snow flying, roads
drifted full, cits and dogs all around the
sun. the probability is that the mercury
will lie to China by morning. "Shoo fly,
don't bo Ider me.1' Hand me a fan, tuck
iu the 'skeoter bar, wipe the sweat off
my noBe. Ttic efl'.ict of such intense cold
when every particle of moisture is frozen
out of tho atmosphere is siugular. You
don't get cold. First a sharp stinging sen
sation more like heat than cold -a biting,
piercinc, needle-liko penetration of the
skin, The skin turns white, its contrac
tion driving tho blood out of the capil
laries theu loss of feeling you're frozen.
I have frozen my nose, my ears, my cheeks,
aud to-day in going from the house to the
stal-lc froze both thumbs hard through fell
mitten. LnM Friday I had promised to
dike n load of potatoes to town, and
'listen you who complain ot cold weather.
I waited for the thermometer to conic up to
ro so I could start, but it didn't; so at 2
p.m., with sucks of potatoes wrapped in
blankets and all kinds of coverings I
started marketing potatoes and the nier
ii ry two degrees below zero.
Minnesota is a lovely place in summer,
it. Arctic winters aro terrific. Wo are
burning u early a coid of wood a day.
Keep three stoves runuing day and night
and water freezing along side of them all
Aud now in v ink is frozen and I take to
tho pencil ever) few roiuutea punching
up the fire aud stoppiug to warm my toes
which aro encased iu two pairs of woolen
stock. ngs, full boots half an inch thick and
Arctic over-shoos. My pocr horses stand
shivering in their stables. I dean the
frost off of them soveral times a day aud
in a few minutus thoy are white again from
thoir ceiurealud 'hreatb. On a pail of
water ice foiuis as thick as a window-pane
while carryiug it fifty yards to tbo stable,
My well, sixty feot deep, freezes over every
night und this is a lovely summer to -what
"poor Charley" Is experiencing in North
Dakota! Itoports from tuoro say -07 ue
Cleanses, Beautifies and Preserves tho Teeth; I
contains no Pumice Stone or other ingredient
that can possibly injure tho Teeth.
HEALTHFUL AND PLEASANT IN ITS USE! i
TRY IT, IF ONLY A SAMPLE, AND HE CONVINCE;
7-3: Oliio X-iOreo and.
Cor. 8th St. Wash. Ave.
grees below z ro. Such tearlul cold al
moBt makes me "sigh for the flesh pots of
Egypt," could they be hu without the
company of malaria. But everything
Ins its compensations; we too, In Minne
sota, have ours. Provisions never spoil,''
meat rnj'iites no salting, the animal cut up
intostcaknoriuee.es nuitable for cooking
freezes, and rein-tins in that state until u-.cd
it csurmt b-- salted -r smoked. Hay
stacked out of door, is dutf out of the
snow as iue,i us wln'ii fnt put up. But
ter requires n hatchet for "pleading, and
kerosene redoubles milk. From the ex
treme diynes of the nir sounds can be
heard at surprising distances. Talking
can be heard a mile off aix! the footsteps
over the ringing snow are heard long le
fore the person can be seen. When the
nights are clear magnificent auroras fling
their Aiming bannctsover the northern sky
aud when tho days are not cloudy, wou
dorful mirages revealing laudacspcg miles
away and hovering over them as many as five
suns. Uut it is too coi.l lor me, Will, lo
tell the truth, the boustingnf Minnesotiaus
that the winter is a sea-on of tujoyment
is ail fudge, tney hole p like rabbits when j
the temperature fall so l e.v, lot it is not iu j
human nature to eiHute so int me a degree j
ul'cild without suffering. Were I a preach- j
er I would ch-tugc the taetien w d desciibj i
Hades as a place with t lu- thermometer !
UjIIIUS fiity and capture eveiy .uiunesotian.
Foi ray part I ban.- not nuny iu. ie yearn to
liv and aa s n as this (eirilic winter -.relaxes
its icy fetters and I c m dispose of my
loose personal property, I am going to flit
to a warmer ( lime and et a little more
blessed sunshine. Indications are that the
"Northwestern Boom ' bubble is about
ready to be pticked. I hear many expres
sions of discontent Wheat is the only
crop and experience is showing that this
soil contains tho wheat producing element
for about teu or twelve years, then tho bot
tom drops out. In tho southern part ot
this state, lands that formerly produced
thirty bushels of wheat to the acre, now
brings from three to eight, this farm has
produced that amount and lust year with
as fair cultivation as it ever had, it brought
scant nine bushels per acre, and in this way
the wheat lands are becoming exhausted
and moving farther west. Then will the
limit be reached. Quite a number of fail
urea are reported from Fargo. The multi
tude of new comers all hringiug money
with them, made that commodity quite
pleuty, but with high prices for building
material, fuel, provision"wages such as
our Harne got fur threshing (2 50 per day
and board) to come out of a light crop of
wheat at 75 cents a bushel, is fast briuging
the thing down to "bed rock," and wheat
is the only resource. Corn is au impossi
bilitythe oats are no source of reveuue,
beiug consumed in the country, potatoes
though fine, are the same. No truit nor
none of those little accessories which bring
in loose change in more temperate climate.
The farm which I sold tor ROW last Sep
tember, will not bring over $2,000 in tho
spring. It seems that real estate hag
touched the highest figures that will attain
for several years to come and though the
northwest will b; the wheat producing re
gion, though it has incruaiied with surpris
ing rapidity, though it is filled up witu a
wonderful, energetic, enterprising, intelli
gent people, though its fertile soil is brought
under cultivation quicker than any m tuo
world, vet from the limited uumoer ot us
nrodnc.tkiiis. tho boom cannot las: always.
Tho fancy prices must come down, this ab
surd speculative mania must cease, and
everything must conform to tho capabilities
of the country, and ere long, the tide of
immigration will go those wiutir climate
with more varied production, aim gree
comforts. It ih with regret that l win
leave Minnesota in two years and change
HiatI havo spent hero will long tie remem
bered. Her summers are glorious, her
landscapes aro enchanting, her lakes are
gems of beauty, her health Is uiagnitlcient,
her people and society aro all that could.be
wished for, her Artie winters, and limited
numbers of production are tho great draw
backs, I tn not adapted by nature to
such intonso cold and it piuches so severe
ly and I suffer so during tho cold wcathor
from rheumatism, that iu the spring I will
agaiu seek the sunny south.
,1UST 1U5CEIVEI) FKOM HT. LOUIS,
AT MU9. 9. WILLIAMSON'S
A complete and elegant line of masquerade
costumes. Also an elegant line of real
laces and Irish point embroideries. Ladies
and gents will nave money by calling od
purchasing before going elsewhere. Iw.
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TUK l.l)IKS OKTHK W.r.T. t .
will tve mi j1
FRIDAY NIGHT, February U,
at TEMPERANCE HA I
A cordial InvlU'ii.ti I' xo inl.-rt i til
TWO NlCiHTS on;,y. ,
I FEBRUARY 2 & j
V'ln'h ( on nl t- Yer uf the (urom pt Amur
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-Utd by tlit))0unj aud gifti-M CommedWj'
and Voea'.itl. .
AM) A I
Dramatic Company )
of uaiisnal ricdUur.
Friday Eve, February 2, J
will he produced. n American C'omeily, Iu i,
A U, writtcu ty MllloQ Noble, ei.titled
Ol'ILPOrtD DKIVKKTON, a born Pohemlan.
x ....MII.TON NOHI
FLOHKSCK WuLVE IiTOS, an hHr-n.
Saturday Evo., February !!.
wl'l be prem'Dtud the tinlg.uo American Mt
Drtma, wrlttun lv Millou Notilea, culled :
t'ARKOLL GRAVES, a New York Ronc-mlan
SADIE, tbe Flower Girl Ued.LIK NOHI.
AdmlMlon Inclndinn reerert teat T j, W and
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
TUESDAY XIOHT, IWy
MORAL AND EXCITING,
A Story of Mormon Life.
AND TUE UNWVALLBl)
A Ne-w Anvnciin Comwdy Praam
iu Fotir Aetf,
By COL. O. A. P1KRCK aud JAS. U. RCNlor
of th ChlcSKO Intor-Osnaii and 'rribiinn.
The strunceisl Drama on the A merman Stat'
Endorsed b Ibo l isiiinn i-" ""k"
Special scoutiry of
Salt Lake City,
The Mormon Temple,
unci t ho
Famous Cliff Seen
Price at nttal.
stry Hor. ,
Rrvid smU it Hmler's J
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