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THE DAILY OAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY ! i, 13
TJIK DAILY lUILLETIX
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SPEr.lAL Lti.L ITEMS.
Sffmii iAicv.yiaa.r;iciii cent per line for
ArM ul nvo ctiti jr ur. ech m'wqaerjt tneor
i.. r.ir one fK. v.i cvais. rr una,
n won. fenii im' Ktlo.
I Had satL-reJ Iron Ottarrh lor ten
years; Hie pain woull be so severe tint I
w u on igod to send for d jt ir. I bad
eatirly.osi of smell. Eys' Cream
Balm iiia worked a ru rtclo. C. S. UaL'
LfcTS, li.Uil ioiplou, N. Y.
New Blacksmith Shop.
A new (wir&e shoeing shop 'ias luen open
ed by Mr. i P.Mvrs ,u Teot.'i s:reet. All
nun.ier of ul .ck-:a ihi:g sod wagon work
iio:e to o.-j-.r. li.-ptiring wo; ii a specialty.
Work done pMiuj'ilv. 'f
Tint Uacking Gmgh cm be so quickly
cu'eJ by S!nloh's Cure. We guarantee it.
Pul9."Sc!n'i. aent. (I)
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Nnt'rai In tbeae eoiamnt. ten eente por Mn
rt. iKKPtinn and wh-lhur marKen or not, if rtlcu
I tod to f iwa-d any mtn'i bitsiaett Inturtnl are
Henry P.ip-nbuen, CuicaJo, 111 , says:
"I have used Brown's lion Buters ia toy
latnily anJ fluJ it su excellent remedy for
To a.! who are suffering from the errors
and in iiscred.'DS of y,uih, nervous weak
ces, early decav, loss of insnhood, Scc, '.
wiil send a wipe chut will crre yu, fueb
op charge. This ereat remedy was
discovered by a minister iu South America
Bend a stlt-!udre.si'd envelope to tlie Rev
Joseph T. Inmax, Station D., New York
Galvanized Scales tor Creameries, Dia
ries, Butter Dial.-, am) Grocer. Send
fir circular. Howe Scale Co.. St. Louis
Fammeus and others dcairin a genteel,
lucrative agency business, by which $5 to
f JO a day c:jn b ) earned, B ind addre.w at
once, on postal, t) F. 0. Wilkinson & Co.,
193 and 107 Fuiton street, New lork.
Millions Given Away.
Millions of bottles of Dr. Kiug's New
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds, haV8 been given away as trial bottles
ot the large size, This enormous outlay
would be disastrous to the proprietors, were
Jt not lor the rare merits possessed by the
wonderful medicine. Call at Harry W.
Schuh's Drug Store and get a trial bottle
free, and try for yourself. It never fails to
Will you suffer with Dyspepsia and Liver
Comphiutf ShilohV Vtializ r is guaran
teed to ourj. f.iul Q. Sitlmh, agent. (2)
The Wm. Alba darheii-shop jg one of
the bust appnu!:d thojis m the city; five
barbers all lirjt-cUss workmen. Cull at
thu ah i, Couim-reial uveuuu next the
Opera II ua aud et uuir-juitiug, bliatn
p iom'iu aud aiiaviuj dme iu an artistic
Havinij purchased the I akery ot J.
Anthony, o i Washington avenue between
Oth and I0.il street, I prepared to offer to
the public at all times fjvsh bread, cukes,
of tii'! best ('ility nt the lowest prices
to b i foiin I in Urn ciiy. Call hii I see me.
I'M 2 if Jacob Lvtser.
A two story br'.ck home, frame addition,
eiyht r loins iu d rep dr. Carriage house
and cistern. A nev r-fiiiin drive-Well.
Cornrr lots n Street ltailroid. Enquira
of M. W. ilthews, or W. C. Nkwscm,
Allen's Briin Food totan!cl extrict
strenL'theno tin- Rrnin and p isitivt-ly cures
Ntrvoui Debility, N'arv Uiiieas, Hcadarhc,
unnatuul losses, un.l all wt-aknes of Gen
erative System; it nevir fails, jil pkg.;
C for f5, At dru.'istt, or Allen's Pharma
cy,3l5 First Ave., N. V.
A (Jool Restaaraut.
If you wnt t o..J mi"il call at rktioen
mover's li iur irit cor. 10 h tt. and Wash
xn' ave. Ou!y 23 era. f',r a regular uital,
and day boarding will fld tU.' best aecorjo
mo Jatiou on reatouble terms.
To Tie WtHt.
There are a number ol rout-s leading to
the abuve-uieutioi ed jcetinn, Lu: the direct
and reliable u.uie is via Sunt Louii and
over the M'l-s -uri P,ciQ-: lUil'Aay. Two
trains daily are run from the Grand Uuion
Dep"t, Stint Louis to Kms t City, Lenven
worth, A' h'.srp, St Jo-: ph and Uoiaha.
Pullman P. lace Shaping Cars of the very
fir est uiiike are ait nhi'ii to all trains.
At KmsaH City Union Depot, p isai ngi-rs
for Ktnsafi, Giioruiio, New 3Ixico ami Cal
ifornia connect with txpitBn trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
expret-s tra:nB for Kansas and Nebraska
At Ouiahi, connection is made with the
Overland train for California.
This line offers to punies enroute to the
Wist and Northwest, not only fHst time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
iccniTv, a it passes throuoh tlie finest por
tion of Mib"iiri und Nebrack. 8nd for
illustrnted ' maps pamphlets. &c, of this
line, which will be mailed free.
C. H. KlKNAS, F. CHA.NDI.ER,
Ass't Oen'l I'abfl. Agent. Geu'l Pass Aiinnt.
ilardl Gras at Sew Orleans.
The Great Jackson U mie, witu its ac
customed liheraliiy, has made very low
rates tor those desiring to attend the Mardi
Urns lestivitn.'S. Moudiy, February 5ih,
will Mitocst the r-ci)tiou of IIIo MAJE8
TV HEX. xnd Tuusdav, February Cih,
M.VUDl GILVS, the grandest display ever
yet seou in fi:w Otloans. No ouc should
UiIh it. For full particulars see bills and
enquire of ticket ag;nt. I'ho rate from
Cairo to New Orleans and re'urn Is 114.00
Salu f tickets will ouitiienee January
81it, IJS3, ami Cmtmut until F,;brnary
fl li, I88:J. G'Mxi to return cm or before
Sunday, February 1 HI), 1883.
J. U. Jo M, Ticket Agent.
Mr. Goorgo Dunn is Improving
will be about again before long.
S.-rvicos in the several churches wil
be as usual to-dav, with the exceptions
Th usual services will be held to-day
in the Church of the Hedeemer, Hector
The tax books aro turned over to Col
lector lli'dges and. he has already been
out in the county on a collection tour
The family of Sheriff Hodges is yet
improving, tumigh the oldest daughter was
stiil very low yesterday.
The Preibyterion Sundiy schojl will
be held to-dav in the Reform club hall on
8th street at the usual hour.
Mrs. 3. Williamson has received her
new umqueraie suits and invites the
public to call and make selections.
Don't forget the Social Hop at Hiber
nian fire company hail, Mouday night,
February 5th. 4t
Riv. Judson S. Taylor of Kentucky
wil! preach at the Baptist church this morn
ing aud to-night. Sunday school at 9:30
The city council meets in first regular
inseiou this month Tuesday night. No
business of special importance will come
up f" fir as now knowu.
Young John Mabanny who was report
ed to have died at St. Mary's Infirmary
several dsys ago, was nut on the street
looking well yesterday.
Chief Meyers baa received notice
from Frankfort, Ky., that the negro burglar
George Harris is wanted there to seive out
the remainder ot his sentence.
Schoolchildren will and Thb Bclle
tin scratch-books Nos. 2 and 3 lor sale at
Phil Saup's caudy store. tf
Mrs. John S. Jenkins with her daugh
ter Miss Mamie and son, Master Will, 'from
Fort Dodge. Iowa, aro visitinc the family
Mrs. M. Easterday.
A maddened cow belonging to Mr.
George ltamsey on Tweltth street, created
somo excitement yesterday alternoon by
wild maneuvers and frantic efforts to get at
somebody or somethiag.
Cairo had a nico little delegation at
the ball given by the Young Men's Club
of Mound Cit) Fiiday night. The ball
waslargely attended and was a pleasant
affair for all.
The hit of the season! The "Our
Bachelor Cigar!" at Birclay Brothers'.
Beginning with to-dav the morning
passeng r train on the St. Louis & Cairo
road leaves at 10:10 a.m., instead of 8:15
Mr. M. R. Kuhne is becoming quite sn
expert in the arrangement of tho stage
scenery at I he Opera House. Some of the
scenes during the last two nights were ex
Both the Illinois Central and Chicago
St. Louis and New Orleans passenger trains,
due here about 4 o'clock yesterday after
noon were about an hour and a half late.
New lot of Hamburg and Irish Point
Euabroderies just opened at
J. & L. Dcroer's
124 Commercial aveuue.
The holy sacrement ot baptiam and
the Lord's supper will be administered at
the Methodist church corner Eighth and
Walnut th'u morning and preaching at the
utusl hour in the evening.
The ''Three States" is now under the
management ol Messrs. Parker & Co. Mr.
Gladden found it impossible to continue
its publication becsuso of insufficient
wealth. Mr. Parker is principal of the
The Illinois Central railroad is doing
an immense freight business at this point
now. Three or four heavy trains como iu
and go out every day aud night, and the
tracks aud yards ard, constantly crowded
with cars loaded and empty.
If you want to enjoy yourself, and live
long and prosper, go to Johu Schcel's Mas
querade Ballon the 6:h and shake your
heel. Tickets fifty cents, a cood Bunner
for 25 cents. Come every body. It
Rev. Mahsey, the newly ordained color
ed Episcopal minister, will preach an inter
esting Bermon to his congregation at the
Guild, the Tenth street ball, to-night at 8
o'clock. Uis subject will be "The Moral, In
tellectual and Social Advancement of his
Navigation between this poiut end
St. Louis is still suspended and likely to
be for some time. There is but little ice
in the river between here and St. Louis,
but there it a big gorge just above St.
Louis. Tho water is still low but rising
Judeo Baker yesterday also granted a
new IrisHntUecasoof Mr. Henry Elliott
as against Uuited States Marshal Peter
Smp and others. The jury before which
the first trial was had assessed the dam
ages demanded at unreasonably low fig-
the hotel, as a matter of course, and it is
put into circular form, and the country i
flooded with them. There la nothing about
the bill of fare, or anything of that sort,
but the traveling public is simply assured
that it won't be barbecued if it stops at
this or that hotel.
Thoiegiilar meeting of tho Woman's
Club and Library Association will be held
at the library room on Wednesday after
noon at 8 o'clock, Feb'y 7th. .The literary
exercises will include a poem bv Miss
Mary McKee, a piper by Mrs. L. C.
Savage and a select reading by Mrs. Tut-tie.
Bo sure that you can p:tss through the
hands of the Krews investigating com
mittee on the night of their ball procure
your costumes and go, rain or shine. It
will bo well worth your timo and money
and you can depend upon it; you will have
a jolly time. The Mystio Krew boys Know
how to conduct Masque Ball, and they have
never yet tailed and will not fail now
to give your money's worth in fun, frolic,
and healthy innocent amusement.
On Thursday a colore! man employed
with another man at repairing s platform in
the Illinois Central freight yards, received
an accidental blow on the arm above the
elbow, from an adz in the hands of his fellow
workman, cutting a deep, long gash and
chipping the bone at the elbow. Dr,
Parker gave tbe man needed atteution and
he is now doing very well.
rrivato aavices are being re
ceived hourly from all the King9, Queen?,
Emperors, Princes and Potentates of Ea
rope, asia, vtnes, poutn America, naa in
fact, from all other parts of the world,
acknowledging receipts of the Krews invi
tation to attend their Grand Masquerade
Ball on Mardi Gras, and stating that it they
cannot be personally present, Ihey will send
a representative who will worthily rcpre
sent them an 1 d honor at the shrine of
The Krew have received oue hundred
of the finest costumes that have ever come
to Cairo. They are now open for inspec
tion and reutal at moderate prices, at the
hall over Kluge's store, corner of Sixth and
Commercial avenue. They do not desire
to make anything on the costumes, will
only charge sufficient to cover the cost, it
being to their interest to hava everybody,
unrl full.. ......... TM. . L I a
uu vtuni iiiau, i iiu uusoana was a
lurd working man and found immediate
and constant employment with a learn he
had. But soon after bis arrival he got
sick aud has beon confined to his bed over
since. His team was mortgaged and sold
by the mortgago, and for a week or two the
family has been destitute. The husband
U helpless, the wite is in a
The.Newhall house rosthas opened
up a new advertising cbanne!, and it is
being worked for all it Is worth, very
proprietor in the country Is having his ho
tel inspected by some committee or indl
vidual who wears the cloak of soma petty
office. The report 1 always favorable to
if possible, go in c)stume to their
Call early and have first choice.
Whitefield Clemens, the negro who is
susicctcd of being an accomplice ot Wash
ington and Williams, the Fitzgerald safe
burglars, and who was recently brought
here from Evansville to where he had fled,
was yesterday brought before Mag
istrate Comings for a preliminary hearing.
The evidence against him was more than
strong enough to justify a presumption of
guilt, and the court bound him over in the
neat little sum of one thousand dollars.
The "100 Wives" is a thng pure and
well written drama, abounding in pathetic
iucidents and humorous situations, having
for its object the exposition of Mormaoism
question it handles intelligently and with
energy, The play has received tho ur.so-
icited endowment of the pulpit, and Ri v.
Da May, a prominent divine of Philadel
phia, regards it with great favor and promi
ses it all the support in his power over his
own signature. The company presenting
the piece on Tuesday night comes highly
recommended, and is composed of 22 first-
class actors. We think a treat is in store
for us all.
The adage, "All Work and no Play
makes Jack a dull Boy" is applicable alike
to grown persons as well as children
therefore unbend yourself from your usual
pursuits and spend at least one night in the
year in healthy amusement, which can be ob
tained by attending the Mystic Krew's Mas
querade Ball. It will be your last oppor
tunity before tbe commencement of Lent,
and you should not fail to avail yourself ot
it. Tbe Krew stands alone and has -
stood for years, tho only society in Cairo
that gives a masquerade worthy of atten
dance by the ammetneot loving portion of
Frank Mordaunt, the actor, who ap
peared here a few nights ago in "Old
Shipmates," is traveling a very rugged path
just no. Mrs. Mordaunt has a very serious
attuek of the greon-eved monster. At St.
Louis, a few days ago, hhe swooped down
on Mordaunt like sn army with banner",
and set the resldenco of the future great
city all aog with gossipy excitement. At
Springfield and Lincoln Mrs. Mordaunt re
peuted the dose, but she gave her husband
a rest here. She is In Chicago, however,
training for another encounter. Mordaunt
Is playing at McVicker's this week.
The comtuitteu oa commerce of the
house of representatives has proposed a
river and harbor appropriation bill that i
to be presented as Boon as tho tariff bill is
to be presented as soon as the tariff bill is
disposed of It is a bill in the obi style.
The Mississippi river commission desires
0,500,000, and the bill provides for less
than half that sum, the remainder of the
appropriation going to other streams. For
ouce Mississippi Valley members have
manifested a high degrco of tbe wisdom
that should havo marked their course years
ago. They havo united to flht tho ap
propriation unless at least 2,500,000 goes
to the Mississippi.
A few weeks ago a colored family
named Martin come here from Missouri
and settled in a small cot on the north
sideof Fifteenth, sttert, betweeu Walnut
1 1 n w n in ii ii ii nu w a niivn
m uuuwnio Darin'.
me six children are too young to help
themselves, all are suffering for the neces
saries of life. Hore is an opportunity for
an exhibition of charity on the part of well-to-do
white aud colored people. Lot the
opportunity be improved.
Don't lose half your life by a failure
to be present at the Krew'a Masquerade
uaii on Mardi Gras. Your failure to be
lliero will surely result as above. All the
the Kings, Queens, Emperors, Dukes
Dutcheses, Potentates, Friars and Moguls of
ancient and modern times will be on hand
to lend attraction to the occusion. Rep
resentatives of all the different races, tribes
and sects of mankind that have ever ex
isieu, or win exist, will be on band. Tho
sons and daughters of men, the birds of
tho air, the beasts of tbe forest, the fish of
the waters, the mythological heroes ot an
tiquity and the gods and goddesses of all
ages, races and climes will be assembled
on that night at Hartman's Hall enjoying
the hospitality of the Mystic Krew and in
dulging in a night of unalloyed hilarity
ana joy,. This may be your Isst oppor
tunlty to witness such a sight
A paragraph under the head of Real
Estato transfers, published elsewhere in
thisis,ue, is of more than ordinary im
portance in its line. It is the record of s
trust deed conveying to Col. W. J. Para-
more, of the Texas and Cairo road, ill tho
franchises, property, etc., of the Teledo.
Itxus and Rio Grande railroad company,
the cew narrow-guage road which is to run
into this city, from Benton, to which rerer-
nn in .lo . .... I. l I .....
vuv.v ,a i3u uiauo cuen uere in tins issue.
Judge W.C. Allen, president of this new
company, was in the city on the 81st ulti
mo, and in conversation with rrominent
citizens, stated that his road would connect
with the St. Louis and Cairo road at Cedar
Creek, Jicks m county, and would run into
this city over tbe tricks of tba latter road.
Uis road, he said, would be in full operation
to this city within one year, and after that
arrangements would be made to run a seD-
LADIES, ATTENTION !
You now liave the opportunity to make now ncd
attractive, with bright colors, your faded ribbons
and other articles of apparel.
Every package of the
HAiXDY PACKAGE DYES
IS WAR RAN TED capable of coloring: more in
quantity and better iu quality than .any other dyes
that have been offered. Price: 15c. per packna; 2
tor 25c. Try them and you will be delighted?
CALL AND SEE SAMPLE COLOR CARD.
7s Olaio Levee an.a.
Cor. 8th St. & Wash. Ave.
THE PEOPLE TRIUMPHANT.
TWO IMPORTANT DECISIONS flf JCbGH I1AKEU
Yesterday forenoon, Ju Igo D.J. Baker
rendered decisions ia the two important
cases 'vhich havo been tried before him, and
to which the City of Cain and the St. Louis
and Cairo, and Wabash, at. Louis and
Pacific railroad companies were parties.
and ho decided both in favor nf ) i-Wv
in the casj first named, in which the
St. Louis and
J i . J - . . 1.. . . ..
Bacu ior a uisso.u'iou or trie injunction
granted sgainst the company under its old
title and enj lining said company from
vmsaiuij several puo.ic streets in tbe city,
toe court made the injunction perpeiual as
to ttie new compauy and enjoined said
company from ever crossing "New Levee
street, Washington avenue and all that part
of Cross levee east of the west line of new
Don't forget that tho Mythological col
lection of Myths entertain their friends at
The Haliiday to morrow tven'ng. and as
tho beginning of Lent is so near us it be
hooves those who "dawnce"' to prepare for
the occasion. A lady special repot ter for
The Bi'LLETIK has been detailed to record
the costumes of the ladies in sttendance,
and has also been directed to pay such at
tention to the toilets of the grocer sex as
tho condition of their wardrobe warrant.
It is an open secret that the several well-
known society gentlem-an, members of the
club, have determined to wear km-
breeches, flesh-colored stockings, slippers
and brass buckles; an ioovation exceed
ingly refreshing after tbe h.pg srige of
swiUow-tails, Prince Williams and eel-skin
It is to be hoped those who hold invita-
tivns will all attend, as thn
In the second case, in which the Wabash, aire to make this entHrtinm..nt ...n,.i.ti
St. Louis and Pacific compmy asked that pleasant and agreeable, it being the la-t
orate track to this city, nearly parallel wi'h
that of the St. Louis and Caire road.
The Charleston Courier republishes an
item trom Thb Bcli etis of some days
ago, concerning a ilck man who found his
way into the Illinois Central n-.;i'ntrer
depot and who cbtimed to have beta s nt
here from Charleston, Mo., and tLon in
dulges in sarcastic pleasantries about
Cairos' charity. It seei only grsj inhu
manity in the generous conduct of t'ao au
thorities here, who, when the presence of
ihe sick man was niada known to them.
gave him necessary attention and provided
him conveyance back to Charleston; while
theictofthe Charleston authorities, who
unceremoniously shipped the sick man, as
they might a beef, to Cairo, without any
med.cal attention, seemingly without car
ing whether the man died on the road or
not j'ist so fiey might be spared th'j ex
pense and trouble of caring for a human
being destitute and dying this act is en
tirely lost sight of by the Courier, or is per
haps satisfactory proof in its eyes that the
Charleston authorities are the kindest,
most sensitive of human beings, aro seri
ously afflicted with enlargement of the
heart, aro not like other people, unsymp
athiziug and cruel in tho presence of suffer
ing. T o our understanding sjia Courier's
logic is peculiar and its criticism unjust.
Charleston slyly swept the dust from its
own door-stops onto that of its neighbor,
and tho Courier cries In horror when tbe
neighbor politely and carefully sweeps It
back. The Courier erica foolisblv.
In spite of bad weather a good sized
audience witnessed tbe performance of
"Phoenix" by Milton Nobles' splendid
company at the Opera House last uigbt.
Many of tho seats which had been taken
were not occupied, the taker not appear
ing because of the incessant rain. Tbe
play is one of thrilling interest throughout
and it was produced with all the power
of a company ol the brighest theatrical
stars. Although many of those present
had seen the play soveral times before, they
witnessed it agaiu apparently with thu in
terest of first sight. Mr. Nobles' imporsou.
ation of "Tho Phoenix" was perfect.
His renditlou was easy, and strong.
His every appearance called forth loud
bursts of applauso and at the close of
every acl was called beforo the curtain. At
the conclusion of thu third act, having
been called out, he made a neat little
speech to the audience, thanking thorn for
their enthusiastic manifestations of
favor aud complimenting Cairo upon its
elegant Ooura House which, be said, was
equal In appointments and finish to any in
the country. The ladies also acquitted
themselves splendidly, as did also Mr. E.
L. Mortimer as Leslie Blackburn, but of
whom luck of space does not
permit us to make mors ex
tended mention. But Mr, Max Feher
niuu as "Moses Solomon" must not be
alighted. He furnished most of the fun
for tbe audieuce in his impersonation of a
"Choily member from Cherusalem." He
was "great," to use a slang phrase, but yet
he was not above recognizing one of his old
Cairo friends, Mr. Samuel Burger, who was
oue of the delighted audience. Mr. Nobles
nnd bis company secured another triumph
bi re, of which they may well be proud and
whlcb dnaures tbein a hearty reception
upon their next sppearsace.
they aim to give until after L-nt.
GOOD LOTS FOR SALE.
On Railroid street beluw O h, three lots
8, 0 and 10 block 15, 25 by 20each. mak
ing 75 feet on Riilroad street and 20 feet
deep. For particulars apply at BfUKTlx
h. .:.... i 1 .
mo my toun;n ti mro ie cnioined :rom
passing aa ordinance declaring Ihe Ceim
tuercisl avenue tracks of said company a
nuismce an 1 ordering the removal of such
tracks, tbe court refused to grant the in
1. j ... . . , .
juuuiuu inu wie ciry council oi Cairo is
left at liberty to do as it may choose in the
These decisions are in conformity with
decisions rendered by courts in all parts of
the country, high aud low, in cases to
which tho people and corporations
were parties, and they will be applauded
by the people of Cairo generally. It must
not be understood, however, aud we do not
wish io lntunue, that the courts were
guided by anything but the law and the
facts in the cases decided; but their de
cisions prove conclusively to our mind, that
in all theie cas;j the pioplo were in
the right and the corporations were
systematically iu tie wrong; that the
psople have rights which tven railroad
corporations must respect; that a railroad
company may not unceremoniously aud
unconditionally appropriate public
thoroughfares against the will of the peo
pled repreientatives, and may not shackte
sucn representatives with le gal chains to
prevent them from compelling such com
pan rs to observe strictly the conditions
upon which they are permitted to (list
in short, that the people are the masters
aid the railroad corporations are their
wnat me next step in these two cases
will be is, of cour, not yet known. If
the 3t. Louis and Cairo company is true to
its record, it will, with tho promptness
born of the very unreasonable notion that
it has a right to appropriate a public high
way against tha popular wil1, immediately
file an appeal to n hig'ier c turt and will
continue the hopeless and expensive strug
gle to gain by blind force and without con
dition what it might Invo had a y3ar ago,
for less thag this fight has cost it,
by a manifestation of a little
good sense and a spirit of fairness.
But we will not be premature in this.
It may be, after, that the developments
and final results of the fight have given the
company a correct view of-the matters at
issue, and that it will accept the situation,
manifest what good judgment and concilia
tory spirit it can, and take what the people,
through their chosen representatives, may
choose to give.
Aud as for the Wabash company, it will
probably see the necessity oi coniormmg jT) A "DT?T TTPT? T A T
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New American Comply Drama
in Four Acts,
COMMERCIAL JOB PRINTING.
Just received One Hundred Thousand
Letter Heads, Irish Linen aud flat
Note IJoaeJs, f papers.
Envelopes of all kinds,
Denis m's Tags,
Dray Tickets, perforated with round
R-ceipt Books, bole perforating-.
Check Books, machine.
Full Sheet Posters,
Small Bills and Dodgers,
All or wntcn will be found at Tut
BcLLBrm Job Orncic, No. 78 Ohio Levee.
STW ADTKKTIsyy vvtm.
h'oitee In this column three lluei ur lu-i .'.'x.uiih
one Inner tion or II 00 ptrweck.
UOK i-ALE. Ba bT chalm, wrh nana., i-
COSBAD ALBA, Sixth street
Warranty and Warranty Di erii at tUu Ilulloilo
UOH HALB. Blanki, Casual
warrant? and Wartan
Job office 78 Ohio Levee
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
TUESDAY NIGHT, Feb'y 6.
MORAL AND EXCITING,
A Story of Mormon Life.
AND THE UN RIVALLED
its right-of-way on Commercinl avenue and
with all lawful ordinances passed by the
council. The officials of the company here
are, of course, powerless to prosecute imme
diately any extensive chauges that may be
necessary to enable them to give strict
obedience to every requirement; but they
must and, from personal acquaintace with
then we know they wi I use every endeavor
to have such change made as soon as prac
ticable. In this connectiou it is not out of
order to refer in a word
to tho labors of Corporation Counsellor
Gilbert snd associates, who. labored hard
and constantly to guard the city's interests
and to whoso efforts to bring forward every
law and tact that might lend strength to
tha city's aide tbe result is, ot course, very
By COL. O. A. PIERCE and JA9. D. RUNIOtf,
of the Chicago Intor-Oouau and Trlbuue.
The strongest Draw a on tho American Staeo.
Budoraca hy tho UadlnK preia oi mrtter o uci.
Special scenttry of ,
Salt Lake City,
The Mormon Temple,
and th ,
Famous Cliff Scene.
Priest as atnal.
Ir B tor.
Reserved seats atBudtr's Jtw