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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: .TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 6, 13
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Of TIC.?.: VO. 7H OHIO LKVER.
ENTERED AT Til It CAIRO rOHToFFlCK FoH
TUANS.Nti(ilON TIIHoLOH THB MAILS AT SEC
OND CUBS HATES.
OkiMuiaI. PAHKHOK CITY AN ! COUNT!
SPECIAL L0I5AL ITEMS.
amiro lu till, totiimn. eunt Cent Vet Una for
8m mil ftto eoiiu par lino ch ubfequent ln-!r-'.InD.
t'iit oua u. SOceDls pnr liuu. l or line
r orith, bo cunt per lice'
New Blacksmith shop.
A new horso shoeing shop 'l is been open
ed by Mr. I I'owera u Tenth street. All
manner f bl ickmi thing ami wagon work
done tu order. U-punnj work a specially.
Work done prompdy. tf
For lams Bnk, Silt r Chest uia
8hi o!i' Tiimih P.aater. Price 25 cents.
P.ul G. Scliuli, agent. (5)
Farmers and others desiring a treuteel,
)u riuivj riiccncy buines-, by which $5 to
$.'() m day can bo earned, a nd addre.' Ht
o.nr c, on postal, 1 1 H. 0. Wdkinaon & Co.,
103 and 197 Fuiton street. New Yjrk.
To all wk j aro sulL-riog from tbe errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will cc-e you, free
Or CHAKOE. This great remedy was
discovered by minister in South America.
Send a sell-addressed envelope to the Rev.
Joseph T. Isman, Station D., New York
We cannot help noticing tho liberal otter
made to all invalids and sufferers by Dr.
Kings's New Discovery for Consumption.
You are requested to call at Harry W.
Schuh's drug store, and get a trial bottle
free of cost, if you are suffering with Con
sumption, Severe Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Bronchitis, Hay Fever, Loss of Voice,
Hoarseness, or any affection of the throat
or lung. It will positively cure you. (8)
Allen's Brain Food botanical extract
strengthena the Brain and positively cures
Nervous Debility, Nervmsness, Headache,
unnatural louses, and all weakness of Gen
erative System; it never fails. $1 pkg.j
6 for $3, At drugcists. or Allen's Pharma
cy, 315 First Ave., N. Y.
Thus exclaimed an old gentleman recov
ering from a severe attack of the bronchial
tubes, 'Sellers' Cough Syrup' cured me."
Having purchased the bakery ot J.
Anthony, oi Washington avenue botween
9th and' lOdi streets, I prepared to offer to
the public at all times fresh bread, cakes,
&c. of tho best quality at the lowest prices
to be found m the city. Call and see me.
12-13 -tf Jacob Latseb.
See a womau in another column near
Speer'a Vineyard", picking grapes from
which Spar's Port Gripe wiue is made,
that is s highly esteemed by the medical
prfeion, for the use of invalids weakly
persons and the azed. S'id by druggists.
E. R. Clahke, Giffird, 111., says:
'Brown's Iron Bitters cured me of dyspep
sia, dyspeptic Colic and belching spells."
The best and cheapest car starter is
goldbv B irdun, Jeleck & Co., St. Louis.
Mo. With it one uiau cau move a loaded
Fott Dyspepsia, Iudicstion, Depression
of Hun its and General Debility, iu their
various (onus; also as a preventive iigaiust
Fever and Aue, hu 1 other Intermittent
FeVi-rs, tins 'Feiro-Pleisp irated Elixir ol
Calisaya," made by C utwell, H iz trd & Cc,
New York, an I sil by all Dru'g sts, is the
best tonic; and f r patients u'Oivering from
Fever or other M.-knew, it ha no equal. (1)
Scrofula of tinny yean' standing has
been cured iy"l)r. Lindaey'a Bloud Search
er." Sold by all druggists.
A Goo I Kestauratit
If you w mta good meal call at flch.vn
meyer's R.-staurint cor. 10. U st. and Wash
ing avo. Ouly 23 cis. for a regular tneui,
aud day boarding will flod ihi best accom
mo latum on reasonable terms.
Worthy of Praise.
At a rule we do not recommend Patent
Medicines, but when we kuwWof one that
really is a public benefactor, and does
positively cure, then we consider it our
duty to impart that information to all.
Electric Bitters are truly a moat valuable
medicine, and will surely cure Biliousness,
Fever and Ague, Stomach, Liver and Kid
ney Complaints, even when all other rem
edies fail. We know whereof wo speak,
and can freely recommend them to all.
Ech. Sold at fifty ceuts a bott le by Harry
W. Scbuu. (C)
To Tho Wtst.
Thero are I number ot routes leading to
the above-mentioned section, but the direct
aud reliable route is via Saint Louij and
over tho Mini url Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily are run from the Grand Union
Dep t, Stint Louis to Kansas City, Leuveu
worth, A'cbison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman IMsce Sleeping Cars of the very
fir eat make are attached to nil tralus.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kausas, Colorado, New Mexico and Cal
ifornia couuect with express trains of all
, At Atchison, connection is mado with
express trams for Kansas aud Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is mada with the
Overland train for California.
This line offer to parties enroute to the
West and Northwest, not only fast time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, as it passes through the finest pnr
tion of Missouri aud Nebraska. Send for
illustrated imps, pamphlets, tic, of this
Hue, which will be mailed free.
O. B. Kiunak, F. Chandler,
Ass't Oon'i Pass. Agent. Oen'l Putts Agent
Bblloh's Cough and Consumption Cure
ti sold by us on a guarantee. It cures con
sumption. Paul (I. rtcbuh, agent. (C)
Cottaje For Sale,
I ofTr my cottage next to ,the
corner ot 21st and Poplar streets,
East hide. at a bargain. Ap
ril v on nrmiisea or of me or N w York
8;ore. M. S. Lektcovitcr.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Nolle In tho eoinmne. tan wmts vr Una,
h 'nninn .nrl whthur inark1 ornoi. u caicn
I tnrl in fiwu-rt an min'i business lDtnrest arc
l way ld for.
Hon. W. A. Spann was at The IIlli-
Ska'ers were out in full force all over
thesi.tewalks Sunday and yesterday.
At the Methodist church meetings will
be held during the evenfnu'S of this week
Tbodaushterof M. Charles Lancaster
has been down with pneumonia and show
ed no signs of improvement yesterday.
Schoolchildren will und Tub BctXE-
tin scratch-books Nos. 2 and 3 tor sale at
Phil Saup's candy store. tf
Mr. Leftcovitch off-rs his cottnge up
town for S'Ue at a bargain. See notice tn
Mr. N. Pice went south on the new
steamer Will S. Hays yesterday. He is
bound for Florida on a short sUy.
The wind and rain storm, snd subse-
The hit of the season 1 The "Oar
Bachelor Cigar!" at Birclay Biothers'.
quent sleeting, ot the last few day9, is ssid
to buve done much d image to orchards in
southern Illiuois and elsewhere.
Go and see how vividly the worst feat
ures of Mormonlsm are portraged by the
"100 Wives" combination at the Opera
The Wabash, St. Louis and Pacific
from all sources earned from January 1st
to 24th, 1883, $935,728; for the correspond
ing period of 1882, $387,819; increase,
The "100 Wives" combination mske
the sweep from Milwsukeo to Cairo, and
return direct to Chicago where they play
Thursday, Friday and Saturday of this
. 'Police business in this city yesterday
consisted in the arrest oi one man for in
toxication. Magistrate Comings sent him to
the city J -ail until cold the spell is over, pro
vided it doesn't last over two or three days
Yesterday morning Constable Sbeeban
brought the negro George Williams, one of
tbe Fitzgerald safe burglars, down town to
recover the jewelry the burglars bad given
in custody. The jewelry was found and
Williams was taken b'tck to jail.
The "100 Wives" combination came
highly recommended by the rss through
out the country, and the piece has especially
attracted the attention of the New York and
Philadelphia clergy who cordially appiove
ot it as, being a strong antidote for the
course of Mormonism.
The s'eamer Duncan was stranded on
the Kentucky shore during Sunday night.
She wus laying against the bank overs
gradually slanting bottom, aod the ripid
fall of the river left her in a helpless po-
smon. The Morgan uau topui, uer ou
Rain and wind storms played sai
havoc with railroad embtnkmonts and
telegraph lines iu Southern and Central
Illinois Stturd iy and Sunday oiht. Tin
toriner wero damaged by wnsh-outs and
the latter were blown down. This explains
the unpunctual arrivil of trains on the Illi
nois Central aod Wsbash roads Saturday
Prof. Storer's fine string band turnish
es the muic this evening at the Mystic
Krcw Bull. It is tho finest baud in this
section of the country, and if you do not
"trip tho light fantastic" you can listen to
the "dulcet sir tins" of Prof. Storer's music
and "gnze enraptured" on the motly as
serablage that will be collected togothcr,
enjoying themselves and keeping time
with measured step to heavenly music.
Sergeant W. II. Riy says this will be
the last month of winter wo will have here.
According to yesterday evening's weather
bulletin the temperature in tbe north and
west had fallen at most points, but it whs
above zero at all of them, At St. Louis it
was 9 above, having fallen but ono degree
during tbe previous twenty-tour hours; at
Bismarck it was eleven above, having risen
W degrees; at Dodge (Jity it wss
23 above, a riso of 21. Here tho thermom
eter will probably riso steadily to-day and
A Utile precaution taken In time in the
shape of a reliable and efficacious Liver
Regulator will in most cases prevent illness
and fatal consequences. No medicine in
modern times has gained a widor ropuU
tion than Simmons Liver Regulator man
utactured by J. U. ZEILIN & Co. This
justly celebrated modi ine Regulates tho
Liver, promotes digestion, and fortifies tho
lyitera ngaiust malaria disoasos.
Ofilcirs llartln and Mahanny yesterday
arrested a man named Stell, who came
here some time sgo from Blandville, Ky
and turned him over to suveral gentlemen
fcom that town who came to take him
back. Stell was one of the men who had
charge of the telegraph operator
.Ui I .....
nu oiiui buu Kiiioa a man
named Uonderson st Blandville
some time ago, snd who made his escape
from the guard-bouse. Stell wu charged
with assisting tho murderer to escape ' ai.J
wss bound over in a heavy bond to answer
to a higher court. He got bondmen ana w is
at large, and when court sat at Blandville
recently, he left the county and camo here.
His bondsmen followed him aud took him
back yesterd y evening.
Tho Mystic Krew hall, corner Sixth
and Commercial, will be open to-night un
til 10 o'clock p.m. to give everybody who
desire to attend the Krew's Musquo Bull iu
costume an opp irtuuity to procure one.
Those who have ut as yet procured cos
tumes should be about it. You should not
fail to be ohe of tho motley crew that will
thmng Hartniati's 1111 to-night. The
Krew still hr.vo a few fine costumes lefl
that can be seen at their hall.
-The Hibernians gave a ball at their
engine house last night, in which a larye
number of young people participated
to their great enjoyment. Tho afftir
was suddenly gotten up by tho company,
tho largo attendance was therefore
a surprise and can only be accounted
for in te supp isition that tho company's
balls are popular, and the announcement
that one is to bo given travels with the
rapidity of t ews much sought for.
Two negroes quirreled yesterday af
ternoon on Fifth street and in the fight
which followed, one of them received a cut
in the lower region of the abdomen, from
a knife In tha bauds of the o'her. Dr.
Parker, who dressed the wound, pronounced
it of but little importance. The cutter,
whose name is Al. Gossip, is known as a bid
negro to tbe officers, having been punished
for various efLmses of a more serious char
acter than that of yesterday.
We are glad to be able to announce the
coming of the inimitable and charming
Cairo favorite, Katio Putnam, who is billed
tor one performance at the Opera House,
Friday night, February 9th, on which oc
cssion she will present a new dratua writ
ten expressly for her, entitled "Tbo Little
Detective," in which she assumes S'X diff.-r-
ent characters. Miss Putnam, ss is well
known here, has a splendid company, and
has made several important additions
necessary to the production of her new i
drama. Seats can he secured st Budcr's.
Prices as usual.
Tbe committee having in charge trie
entertainment to bo given by the Krew to
night at Hartmin's hall have spared no
effirt to make it erj tyable and worth your
time to go. This society deserves well of
our people, for in everything they under
take, they endeavor to please their patrons
in every renpect, and do not take into con
sideration money or trouble, but simply
try to please their patrons.
All indications point to a first-class
enj tyable time to-nlht at the Mystic
Krew 341. The weather is all that could
be desired, provided it contiuu'-s cold ss
at present writing, which is like'y. It will
boa pleasint night to dance, and that with
the other attractions promised will make it
the event of the season. Remember tint
letit commeuces to-morrow and this is the
last opportunity you will have for good
lid f n and frolic for forty days. The
Krew have been to heavy outlay, both of
tune and money, to make tins ball a grand
success and they hope they will not bo dis
appointed in their expectations.
Yes'erday Chief Myers took the young
negro George Harris to Fraukfort, Kentucky
thereto turn him over to the au'.boiitits
of the penitentary to stvo out tne remain
der of his ' term of imprisonment lie ots
there. Iu K"iitucky tho laws require tha.,
in punishment for escape from pris m, the
conviet, being lecapture 1, shall serve double
the time still dua at the time of tho escape.
According to this law Harris would have
to serve six years and eight m intlia instead
of three years and four m inths. His re
moval to Kentucky will save this coun'y
the expense of his trial and will probably
insure bit confinement in a safe place for a
longer period of time than would havo been
the ciso had ho been tried here for bis last
It is probable that with Ciptain Mur
phy's assumption of the post mastership
some changes will ho made in the unnagu-
meut of the post office, which will meet the
popular favor as fully as did bis appoint
ment. Wo do n't mean changes in the
clerical force of tha offl;o, for Col. M
Koaig has shown the bust of judgrutut al
ways in selecting his assistants, and prob
ably has now as honest and cflkiout a
force as ever. But it is likely that tho
cmvenienco of tho public will be consult
ed a lit. le more than it has been, in tho es
tablishment of tho hours of opening and
keeping open the doors and tho general
delivery. Ou Sundays, for mstance, tho
front doors might. bo kupto;)m a little
later than has been customary, for tho con
venience of people who have bjxes; and at
night the gcnoral delivery might bo kept
open a littlo later than six o'clock, for the
benefit of tho working clasps. Theso
changes would moot with p ipular favor,
and we have boen given to understand that
Captain Murphy would mako such changes
In case of his appointment.
Of the Cairo Shqrt Liue railroad the
Mitsourl Republican of yesterday gives
the following interesting facts: "The
rosd is the connecting route between St.
Louis and New Orliaus. The proper name
Is the St. L mis, Alton and Terra Haute,
but is more commonly known ss the Cairo
Short Lino. It is also closely allied with
the Illinois Central, and the latter now
controls tho Chicago, 8t. Louis and New
Orleans, or "Or wit Jackson" route, which
with the Cairo Short Lluo fotms the through
line between this and the Cresqcnt city,
the e itire distance being (133 miles. Tbe
distance between St. Louse and Cairo by
the Short Line is 130 miles. The traffic
agreement with the Texas and St. Louis, it
is confidently believed, will result in a
largo exchange of buaincs between tbe
two roads. The narrow gauge has opened
up an entirely new section of country, and
one, too, that is rich in resources, and rap
idly filing up with a good class of settlers.
At Ca'io adequate transfer facilities have
been provided, and very little time will bo
lost in changing cars Irom the truohes of
the two lines, which is t bo done in order
not to break bulk. Tho Cairo Short Line
not only has a largo through bus'ness, but
its local business is exceptionally good. It
is one of the heaviest ot the coal-carrying
The season of pleasure immediately
preceeding the forty days of Lent was closed
in a magnilicent manner by "The My ths"
at Tne Ilalliday Inst nlgbt. It was the
third of i ho series of fivo balls The Myths
decided upon giving, snd probably tho'jast
until af.-erLent. The attendance was large,
in spite of the fact that walking and driv
ing were bad becauso of tho hard-frozen,
snow-covered Btreets and sidewalks. The
company began to arrive by eight o'clook,
and grew in numbers steadily until ten
o'clock, when not less than sixty-five
couples of the elite youth and beauty of the
city were gathered in the spacious dining
room to chase the glowing hours with fly
ing feet. Tho music was furnished by
Prof. Storer's excellent band; dancing be
gan shortly after nine o'clock, and while
moving gracefully through the various mo
tions of popular waltzes and schottiscb.es and
racquets and polkas and polkamazourkasand
bo forth, the hours passed rapidly until eleven
o'clock, when the company was invited to
partake of a fea prepared for them by
direction of Mr. Parker, ami spread upon
tables at the rear end of tha room. After
this, dancing wss resumed for an
hour or so. Tho beautiful dresses worn by
the ladies of the company made it doubly
attractive. Tiio festivities were concluded
a little after twelve o'clock, and none could
have loft without carrying with them
through ""tho next forty days of total ab
strnance, a pleasant recollection of Tbe
Myths' last ball.
A writer in the American Artesan,
Chicago, has this to s ty of Ciiro aud south
ern Illinois: Tbe influx of strangers with
capitil, business habits and the resistless
energy of the mixed mass of humanity
called Anglo-Saxon, has begun snJ con
tinue until the fertile lands ol southern
Illinois and the surrounding states shall
bud and blossom as tho rose. In tho 20th
congrebsioual district Egypt are whole
counties where not one drop of liquor is
sold Where it is impossible for any one,
however exulted may ba their moral char
acter, to procure a license M sell liquor.
In Illinois, such towns as DuQ loio, Carbon
dale, Anna, J. meshoro, Murphysboro, E
borado, Carmi, MLeansboro, Shawnee-
town, Vienna, Metropolis City, Mound City,
Marion; in Missouri, Charleston, Poplar
B uff, Belmont, New Madrid, Maiden; in
Kentucky, Fulton, May field, and sco:c-
more, having a p ipulttion numbering from
1,000 t ) 5,000 souls eich aro beginning
to feel their importance and realizj their
opportunities, and ere long will assert an
influence iu business circles that will be
apprvci ited. Chicago must make every
c;Fort to secure and retain tho trade of this
rich s.xtion, and sho must enter tho field
i:h an determination to win. Csiro con
Wins miny mercantile homes whoso sales
run from $230,000 to 800,000 per annum,
aud already is establishing a respectable
j ibbing trade. Every individual io the
city su ms impressed with tho feeling that
b 'oro many years prejudice will be swept
away and the tide of immigation turned to
tbo boundless capacity of this part of the
Mississippi valley. Many of the leading
business men n tho city are old time resi
dents of Chicago, aod they have striven
faithfully, with others to tho manor born
to infuse tho restless leaven of your city,
aod claim that the first fruits ure begin
ning to bear. Thero is much of interest in
that part of the state which space and time
forbid mention of, but even a few hours
ex itnination wiuld convince tho most
skeptical that Cairo has iu store a ;;reat
Within the lust few days tho Custom
House olficlals here discovered that the
bitter ot the law required clerks of steam
bouts to keep the books in which au ac
count of all persons employed on the boat
is kept, const tntiy written up to date; and
having reason to beliove that this was being
very generally omitted, bocausu clerks, as
a rule, did not understand it to be neces
sity, they have undertaken the tssk ot in
specting tho books of every boat thatcomos
to our wharf. Of course, they have
found a number of cases In which the re
quirement of tho law la this respect, grant
ing that there is such a rcquirninont, is not
obeyed, and they have in each caso assessed
the hoavy penalty provided in such cases.
Yesterday tho custom officers visttod the
steamer Will 8. Hays for the purposo of
inspecting tho books, und an amusing but
spiiited little dialoauo took place between
liim aud tho clerk. The lattor had beard
of the nowly discovered version of the law
and had prepared to meet it, L e. his books
woro all written up to date. Uu is a plain
spoken fellow, does not take an insult
without resentment, and tolt keenly the in
Justice of tbe luuovatlun without mo
LADIES, ATTENTION !
You now have the opportunity to miine nnvtird
attractive, with bright colors, your failed ribbons
ami otiVr articles of apparel.
Every package of the
HANDY PACKAGE DYES
IS WARRANTED capab'e of coloring more in
quantity ami better in quality tlmn any othmhes
that have been ottered. Price: 15c. per pnckiir; 2
for 25c. Try them and you will be delighted.
. CALL AND SKE SAMPLE CO LOU CARD.
7t Oliio LGTreo and.
Cor. 8th St. & Wash. Ave.
ments' warning. He met the Custom. House
officer and deminded to know his business.
"I want to aee your book," rtp;ied the of
ficer. The clerk, feighing surprise, in
the most deliberate manner possible, asked,
"who in h aro you'' "I I'm a
custom housH olllcer," came the somewhat
meek reply. "How tho devil do I know
that you are," demanded thi clerk, "show
me eomo pro if of your authority." The
fficer turned aidi his coat and displayed
a badg'i. "Oh! pshaw, any dd scoun
drel can put that thing on. You can't
come into this office, sir, snd examine my
books, unless you give mesome satisfactory
proof that you have a right to do so," and
with that the clerk proceeded to a'.t'.-nd to
his business. The officer stood a moment
lumbfounded, hardly knowing what to do
next. "Well, I'll g and see the captsin,"
he said at length. "All right,, said th-
cletk, "if the captain sys so you can
come and take possession ot the whole
d d ofTice." Th officer left and re
turned soon after with an order from tbe
captain; the books were examined end
found sll right.
POSTMASTER MUUPHY. '
Captain Wm. M. Murphy, d-puty inter-
pal revenue collector, is tohe c.onrstulated
upon the almost certain pro?pect of suc
ceeding Col. O. W. McKeaig io the Cairo
pos'-office afti r the expiration of tbe lat
ter term, which occurs within this half if
the present month. Some weeks ago Cap
tain Murphy seot to Washington one of the
strongest petitions cut gotten up in this
city, signed by neatly every prominent cit
izen aod business tn m, irrespective of poli
tics, asking that he be appiin'ed P'st-t-nnf-ter
here instead of C 1. MrK-hig; snd it
serms that the petition has bal tlu de
sire 1 efijet, for last S iturday tho president
sent Ciptain Murphy's name to the senate,
as his nominee for the Cairo post-inattrr-ship
during the ensuing two y ears. It is
probable that the senate acted upon the
nomination yesterday and there is little it
any doubt th it it acted tavor ibly.
The nomination aoJ con1 untion of
Captain Murphy would, wo ate sure, give
general sit sfae.tion to the people here -in
view of the fact that tho appointment of a
Democrat ia entirely ou: tf th.) question,
ile has made a faithful and effi-.ieut di-pu-ty
collector, ha has shown himself in every
way worthy of promotion by the party anil
of confidence by the public, he will make a
good post-master and we congratulate him
and tho public upon his appointment.
But iu thus eu ngizing Captain Murphy
we do not wish to detract from
the good qualities of others. There
are a number of other gentlemen of the
Republican faith who would probtbly have
gven equal satisf ictiou, iu view of tbe
fact that tin appointment of a Democrat is
entirely out of the q'i"8tion among whom
are notably Mr. C. N. Hughes, Captain W.
P. Wright and'Col. John Wood, nor do
we wish tointimato that Col. Mcldaig has
been guilty of any sins of omission or
commission which called for his removal,
Either Mr. Hughes or Captain Wright or
Col Wood or Mr.Genrgo Lend would prob
ably havo given as good satisfaction as
Captain Murphy, aud Col. MeKaoig's man
agement of tho post oflhe has been excel
lent; but Ciptaiu Murphy was the oily ap
plicant aud there is cause (or rejoicing that
be "got there."
But we want tostato before going further
that Cuptain Murphy's appointment (wo
think it is safo to speak of it us a certainty)
is not duo to any manifestation of public
spirit on the part of tho party machine;
that it was not m ido becauso ot Captain
Murphy's good qualifications tor tho post
mastership. Tho Republican party ma-
chlueisnotlu tho habit of bring guided by
considerations of personal worth in tho
distribution of official" favors. With the
many examples of Republican machine
management before us, tho rewards and
punishmonts of tlioso out of aod in posi
tions, of official bargains and sale?,
we aro Inclined to believe that Captain
Murphy's appointment was not duo to his
eminent fltuess for tho place, but rather
to the facts, that Col. MeKei has lost
control of the voting elements ot the party
here; that Captain Murphy has been an
CTr Mlif" i" i i '
energetic an 1 appreciative worker for the
party; that ho ia tho representativo of a
party faction which was rrtu'ed by the
itppoiotmentment of General Pnvey snd
which ueeda to bo appeased. From the
standpoint of the party machine, tho ap
pointmentis a pure'y seld,h on inidi in
the interest of the party without any re
gard to the interests or withes of the peo
ple, and th fact that it is in acci rltDce:
with snch interest and wishes, is, so fir as
the parly is concerm d, entirely accidental
which, however does not d- tract fiom Car;
tain Murphy's worth.
GOOD LOTS FOR SALE.
On Railroad street below O h, three lots
S, 0 and 10 block 15, M by 2 jeaoh, mak
ing 75 feet on Railroad street and 20 feet
deep. For particulars apply at Bcllktix
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CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
TUESDAY XIGIIT, Feby G.
MORAL AND KXClTlN'ti,
A Story of Mormon Life.
AND THE UNRIVALLED
A New Am rican Courtly Drarai
in Four Arts,
ByCOL.O. a. PIKH"!-: a-id J AH. B ItTNIOS,
of the Chicago lnter-Oc::i aud TiltuiDS.
Th stronve D-s-a on 'he Amerfan 5t".
KiiaVn.jil bif iliu I wlin p.ujs ol larur c ties,
tjpedil iceuury of
Salt Lake City,
The Mormon Temple,
Famous ClitF Scene.
Prlco osnal. Unnerved testa st Buder's Jew
QAIItO OPE It A HOUSE.
ONE NIOIIT ONLYI
FRIDAY, February 9.
Return of the Clinrming Vocalist, Com
cdicuna aud Cairo's favorite, Miss
tn oreanlsstlon of Artli, fpac.laily en
gHirert for tho production of Mix I'miiani's
pltvs wtio will prussni tn popular Drama,
"The littlo Detective,"
Inwbt -b Mi's Putnam will appear In nli
Music undor the dlrnetlon of JOSEL DAN DHL.
Prices as Usual.
Tito., 6"e.'snd ge. flts mar bs secured at
BmUr wtUiout tatra ebargs.