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THE DAILY OAiftO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUAftY 7. ifa.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
omOK: N'f. " OHIO ''LEVEE.
1NTKKKU AT THU CAIRO 1'08-TOFFICK FOR
riIANtM.IVO.ON THROlGH THE MAILS AT SEC
OND CLAHA HAT KB.
ttr.noiAL HAPKUUK OITV A Mi COUNT!
SPECIAL JAMIAL I TEMS.
Notirr tnt eo'.amn, eintit cent" per line for
Ami awl Ove ctuli pur lino etch ulpqumt intor
lion. Kor onn wwik. 80 cunts ir Una. for oue
li onlh, mi cauts pur llnfl.
New Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shooing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers mi Tenth street. All
manner of bl ickiiu thing and wagon work
done to order. It -p unrig work a specialty.
Work done promptly. 0
For lmie Bi'k, Silo or Chest uso
Shi o'i'rt Porous Piaster. Price 23 cents.
Puul-G. Sehuli, agent. (3)
Premature urayness nvouied by using
Parker'.. HarBilsani, ditinguished for its
cleanliness ami perfume.
I nD surL-red from Citarrh for teu
years; the pain would Do so severe that I
was ooliged to ad for a doctor. I hud
entirely lost setio of smell. Eiys' Cream
Balm has. worked a miracle. C. S. Hal
levs", Bingham pton.N. Y.
Farmehs and others desiring a genteel,
Iii-ritive agency business, by which $5 to
$0adiiy can bo earned, snd ad drew at
once, on postal, tJ P.. C. Wilkinson & Co.,
19.") and 197 Fulton street, New York.
To all who are suffering I'nui the errors
andiudiscretious of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of tuauluod. &c, I
..will .fiend a recipe that will crfcyou, free
of charge. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister ia S-'Uth America.
Send a stll-addressed envelope to the Hev.
Josepu T. I.nman, Station I)., New York
We cannot lielp noticing the liberal offer
made to all iuvalids aDd sufferers by Dr.
Kings's New Discovi ry tor Consumption.
You are requested to call at Harry W.
Seliuh's drug store, and gi t u trial bottle
free of cost, if you are MitTerine with Con
sumption, Severe Coughs, Colds. Asthma,
Bronchitis, Hay Fever, Loss of Voice,
Hoarseness, or any affection of the throat
or luugs. It will positively cure you. (V
Allen's Brain Food tviiiaicii txtract
etrenthena the Bruin aud positively cures
Nervous Debility, NerMU'ue:.s, Headache,
unnatural lo.-ses, aud all weakness of Gen
erative System ; it never fail. ?I pkg.;
C Cor !?"), At drU3ju'i?t3. or Alien's Pbsrnis
cy, 313 First Ave., N. Y.
j'o.ckicu g Ai'iiua Salve
The B 6t S i!ve .n the wr-r-n for Cuts,
Bruie. bores, Ulcers. Suit Uheum, Fever
Sores, Ttttir, Chapp'-d Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and mII Skin Eruption, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to cive per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
5 cents per U s. For sale by Qeo. E
Sun a woman in another coiumn near
Spar's Vineyard, picklug "rapes from
which Tver's Port Gripe wwj is made,
that is s hiiihlv e-i'cem " lv the medical
prol'ei in, fir ilu u-e of invalid-, weakly
p toih uud the a-fiJ. S ild oy
E. 11. Ci.ahkk. Gilf'rd, II!., says:
"Brown.-, I run liiticrs cite d me i if dyspep
sia, dyjeptic C"liC !il)d In lehiili,' .pells."
The i)''st and rliiupost tar st
oldbv H rden, e leek ifc Co., Sr.
Mo. With it otic man can move a
A (.ion I l!i't;iiiiaiit,
If you w lilt a good meal call at SeliOen
Uieyer's K-.tstaur mt eor. 10; li et. and Wash
in.' ave. Only 23 els. for n regular meal,
and day boarding will find ilu bett arcoiii
inoUtioi) mi reason ihle terms.
Woithy of PniiM'.
Ai a rule vie do not recommend Patent
Medicines, but wlu n we know v( niie that
really is h public henefuctor, and does
positively uie, then wn consider it our
duty to impait tint information to all.
Electric Bitters are truly a uio-t valuable
ini'dicine, and will surely cure Biliouxiiess,
Fever and Aue, Siom.ich, Live r and Kid
ney Complaints, even when all other rem
edies tiil. We know whereof wc speak,
mi l can freely recommend tliein to nil.
Exrli. Sold "i,t lii'iy cent a lio'tl- bv Harry
W. s-iuh. t)
iiowio vvoid Drui.keuiH'ss
I'oili i ml. xicuiu.iz uostrumi ana ue
Patker'tGi 'i;er Tonic iu your family. This
delicious reiucily never iutoKicates, is a true
blooil and hi inn looiJ, add at twu a;l '
vital futit-tiors uever fulls to i, i i.T i' r.'
To Tim WtKt.
Jherv art a numi.t r ot rout. uaJir. to
thfi aboVe-iueutioiitd sei ti ui, bu, the ducc
und leliablu rou;e is voi jd:ut Louis am
over the Mbs iuri IVciO'". lUiUay. Two
trniiiS ftaily i.rc ruii liom ihc (Jfnd Vuimi
Di p it, Stiur Louie to Kaunas Cry, Leavcu
worth, .vchiwii, St. .i j.-i ph uud Umabji.
Fail mt.n pnbiceb'.uvpiurf Cms of the very
tu esi iiiuke are att ichtu to ml trams.
At lvi,o,e City Union Di.pot, jvissctivrs
for u iijS'.s, Colota lo, Mew jKXie,') and Cal
iforiui cuiiiiei't wiih ispress ir.ariiofa
At Atclnaor, liiiuioi'i.ou i.- noi'ln with
express liaiii for Kiusa.. a .id Nebraska
At Omaha, conimctiou i iu,,.',. wjib tlie
Overland lrin for California.
This lino offers to parlies eeroute to the
Weat and Northwest, not only fat lime
and superior accomodations, but buutiful
seenrt), at il pastel throuuh the finest por
tion of Mia"uvl and Neb.'io'k. 8onJ for
illuutrated inrp, pamphlets, i&C of this
line, which will be mailed Ir o,
C. B. KiKNAV, F. CllANDI,ER,
Ass't (K'a'l Agent, deri'l Piisp At;cnt.
Hhlbih's Cough'and Consumption Cure
li w I by us on a iiuarauteu. It cures con
sumption, Paul U. ivdiuli. NgKiit. (6)
Cottaje For Sale.
I olI:r my cntasa neit to the
corner ot 21st and Poplar streets,
East side, at a barcain. Ap
ply on premises or of me at N w York
Store. M. 8. Leftcovitch.
Having purchased the bakery ot J.
Anthonv.on WasthitiKton avenue between
Oth andlOih streets, I prepared to offer to
the public at all times fresh bread, cakes,
&o. of the best quality at the lowest prices
to ba found in the city. Call and see me.
12-19 -tf Jacob Lat.ner.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notlr.ee In thim coinmn. ten rnt per 1 ne,
irh inrtton mid wh'-llier raarkud or not, ircalca
I tint to fdvva-d any iniu's buln Intercit ar
lwayi paid for.
Hon. J. M. Lansden returned yesterday
from Paducah, to where he went nearly a
week Bo to take depositions in the case of
Major Jesse Hinklevs.Tbe German-American
bank of Paducah.
Ice and snow on the track interfered
with the running of the street cars yoWer
day, but a force of men was at work clean
ing the obstruction, away and all will
probably be in running order again to day.
School children will tind The Bulle
tin scratch-books Nos. 2 and 3 tor sale at
Phil Saup's candy stDre. tf
All roofs were severely tested at;ain
yesterday.. Dozens of men were at work
wi:h shovels on the tops of houses, remov
ing the slush, and bil's and rooms uoder
leaky rools were flooded with water.
An interesting sight last oiirht 1 were
the boulevard lamps at the street corners
which here decorated with two rows of
icicles through yhich the liuht glistened in
miuy colon s
To-day being A-h-WedDesday. the
first day ot Lent, services will be held in
the C.io.reh of the R.'ddemer at 10:33
o'clock this morning aud at 7:80 o'clock to
nit'ht. H-ctor D iveuport will offlciato.
Th hit of the seison! The "Our
Bachelor Cigar!" at Birclay. Brothers'.
Two Germans were in a levee saloon
yesterday forenoon. They were afflicted
with too much beer; too much beer led to
had blooJ, bad blood led to blows, blows led
to arrest aud arrest to a fine of five dollars
and cosis for each in the court of Magis
Some t.ai : i0m it was announced that
Mr. Henry Braihan had dcpted for Ger
many to make a tour for hi9 heilth and for
pleasure, lie went, but when he arrived
at New York, found five telegrams from
home awaiting him, each of which asking
tiioito return at once, and he returned; his
"folks at home" were not wiiiiug to part
with him so long.
A small fire broke out yesterday shortly
after noon in the small frame standing at
the head of the Illinois Central incline.
Ttie alarm was given by engines on the
tracks aud the Anchor fire company was
promply on hand for action; but the fire
wns put out by peisons near at hand and
veiy little damage was done.
Cipt. Paul II. Dennis, Chicago's weath
er prophet by nature, who bases his prog-
nosticitiuis upon the movements of insects
and animals, seems to be more successful
than Veunor. His spiders in Sjptember
correctly indicated a long and pleasant
autumn, and bis muskrats in December
warned him of a very severe winter.
The administrator's sale of the person
al proptrty of the late Margeret Ann Well-
man, will commence this morning at 10
o'clock and continue until all things are
sold. Wc are given to understand that
some newanduselul articles are among
those to be sold. Place of sale, on Wash
iugtoo avenue near Twelfth.
Ca'ro branch, 238, Catholic Knights
of America, have remitted assessment 92
and are in receipt of a notice for assess
ment Od. Among the deaths listed in as
sesMiiuut 02 is that of a full rate member
who paid but one assessment, 1, and one
in 03, a half-rate membor, paid but one
aws.'nnnr, fifty-cents. In the first case
the family gets $2,000; In the second case,
Avery fair audience witnessed tho per
formance by the "100 Wives" combination
at the Opera House last night, and for many
the play afforded the highest entertainment.
The play is to Mjrmonisiu what Uncle
Tom's Cabin is to slavery, and portrays the
evils of poligamy in just as vivid and inter
esting a manner. As a whole the perform
aice w is, like tho audience, very fair, but
thu pies ntation of some parts might have
been tn ich better.
To-J ay being Ash-Wednesday, the
ceremony of blessing aud distributing the
Aaheg will take place this morning at St.
Patrick's church at 8 o'clock Mass. Be
ginning this evening, services during Lent
will bu held ou every Wednesday and Fri'
day evenings at 7 :30 o'clock. On Wednes
day evenings, a sermon and benedicton and
on Frldav cveoiuas the Stations of the
Otlicois Martin and Mabanny had
lively time with ,. the man Thomna Stell
Monday night. They accompanied him
nni the K'ntucky gentlemen, S'.ell's bonds
men, who were here tfl take him back to
Blandvi'.le, to the lorry boat. Tucy ar
rived a little Into as the boat was Just about
to shove out from tho landing, but the
privmirand his keepers started to climb
over tb boat's railing, In which tbe latter
succeeded but the former did
not. Stell either accldently or
purposely or both fell . from
the railing into the river and might have
drowned but for the prompt action of the
officers named ilm, with great risk to them
selves, fished him out. He was taken back
to police head-quarters, given dry clothes,
and sent ysterdiy miming by nil to
Telegraph and telephone wires in
many puts of the city hung in torn and
confused masses on the ground and over
streets yesterday, having proved too weak to
bear the weight of ice formed mound them
by tho rain and col i wind which prevailed
nearly nil day. The tracks in the city were
also roveicd withico nd the seeurng'y g
gonizing labors of engines to move back
and forth was annoying to many, interest
ing to oihers.
A man living near Schoharie, N Y., a
few days agoburied a child, aired llyeaj.
that weighed only 14 pounds. In a family
of eight or nine children, four have been
extraordinary unnatural production. One
that is still living is 10 years old and weighs
but 20 pounds. The enormous size of their
heads, hands and feet was a marvel. Food
was placed in their mouth when necessary.
They seemed destitute of that intuition to
seek for it even by sign.
Justice J. II. Robinson's police busi
ness was rather light during Inst month.
The total fines collected amounted to but
seven dollars, five of which whs on back
fines assessed the month belnre. During
December he collected thirty dollars, twen
ty of which were back Hues, and during
the ra itith of November, the collections
were thirty-eight doll -ts. The reports of
Justice R ibinson, submitted to the councif
last night, was for the Uo months named.
The humorous editor of the Springfield
Ro.'istcr tells "us all" in the most unhumor
ous minner pissible, that recntly "a paint
in etiquette was decided in a queer wy.
A traveler on a German railroad train at.
tempted to ei: a lu ich while on a journey.
While putting piece of bologna sausage
in his m mth the train stopped suddenly,
causing his cheek t) b-J badly cut on the
edge of his knife, which he wis using. Tba
man sued the compuny for damages, but
his claim was not sustained on the ground
that it is a breach of etiquette to eat witb a
On Monday a gold watch and chain
were stolen from a colored man named
Britton, at the saloon of W. T. Scott. Tbe
thief made a good job of it and left but
little clue. But investigation soon led to
suspicion and yesterday afternoon Officers
Martin and Mhanny arrested a young
negro named Ed. Thomas who a;kowledged
that he was the thief and that be had
pawned the jewelry witb Messrs. F&mba
ker & Co. for fifteen dolls.
Thomas was jailed and will
probably be given a preliminary bear-
ingto-day. The watch and chun wis
worth s imething over sixty dollars.
The fa'lure of the Union Iron and Ste d
Works of Chicago is remarkable. Tht
company's assets are said to be $5,000,000,
and its liabilities re by no means so much.
Its credit was tilt-edged to the last, and
even after the suspension its checks were
certified by the First National Bank of
Chicago. Thero seeui9 to h ive be m no ef
fort torealizi on assets. Two thousind men
are throwu out of emoloyinont. The Kin
sas Rilling Mdls, in U nedale, near Ktnsas
City, closed yesterday. Tba liabilities reach
$000,000. The assets are ample. Five
hundred men are thrown out. The shoe
shops of the Goodyear Metallic Rubber
company aud the Goodyear India Rubber
Glove company, in Naugatuck, Conn., will
shut down indefinitely on the 10th inst.,
throwing nearly 1.500 hands out. All of
which h is a strong odor of a hoi I, deter
mined effirt to inllu-nce legislation on the
A few days ago Home colored people
led by one Reuben Smith a chronic grum
bler and disturber, adopted a set of reso
lutions asking the school board to make
various changes in the colored school Hnd
its lurrouodings, which request suggested
rather unwholesome stato of morals
among colored scholars, and afkiug th'.t
Mux Carrie Reed, one of the teacher, he
removed for grave reasons susceptible of
positive proof. The board met Friday
evening and cave all matters complained of
most careful a'teution. They iuvistigated
the charges made against Miss Reed and
found them eutireiy without foundation in
tru'h. Those who had b-en piincipally
Instrumental in the formation and adop
tion of the res ilutious v ere called before
the board to testify to tho things which
they had by resolution declared themselves
able to substantiate, and their testimony
was mere drivel. Others who had been
connected ith Miss IU'ed by tbeto wit
nesses and who were by them said to have
been the wronged parties, denied that
they had been si winged in short the
the outcome of it all was, that Miss Reed's
accusers were placed in the position of
ilaoderers and she was acquitted of all
wrong-doing. The reason for the accusa
tions ar probably to be found in the fuct
that Miss Reed is one of the strictest teach
ers iu' the colored school, which is of course
not to tbe liking of scholars, who complain
to tbeir parents. And, so far from boing
too strict, the condition of things suggested
by tho resolutions or petition named, would
loom to exclude the posMibllity of bed tig too
Carbondale Criterion: "Judge James
C. Allen, president of the Toledo, Texas &
Rio Grande narrow-gauge railway, was in
our city ou Monday last. He reported tl.e
prospects of the early completion of hia
road by w y of Carbondale quite as favora
ble as the most sanguine could desire.
Judge Allen further eUted that that portion
ot tho road between Newton, in Jasper
county, is already nnder contract, and work
will be commenced just as soon as the
weather permits. This projected railway
starts from a point in Eduar county in this
state, on the line of the Toledo & St. Louis
narrow-gau!i, and runs southerly through
Clark, Jasper, Clay, crossing tho Ohio &
Mississippi at Flora, through Wayne, Jef
ferson, Franklin, Williamson and Jackson,
crossing tho Illinois Central at Car
bondale, and intersecting tho Sr. Louis
& Cairo narrow gaune at Cedar cieuk,Hime
six miles south of Murphysbi ro. It is in
tended to complete the connictien, i till up
the gap between tho northern and southern
s stem of narrow gauge roads. The com
ing of Judge Allen atlhis tinio revived
the somewhat despondent friends of the
railroad enterprise, and it is to bo hoped
that the new narrow gauge will soon be a
fixed fact. Many of our citizens have
contributed liberally in subscribing und
paying money to defray expenses ot sur
veying and locating the new line. The
projected railway when completed must be
of grcaj benefit to our community and we
iirtii its cominir with pleasure."
THE K. M. K. C. BALL.
Lat night the Mystic Krew again tried
its skilful hand at celebrating Mardi
Grus day mid siving a farewell ball of the
season of festivities just closed fur foity
day: and it did this thing iu a maimer
entirely worthy of itself and the important
The season had been a carnival of pica
BU'e teasis, a season such as former years
had rot proceed, feasts terpsechorian,
feas s epiouriau, feasts theatrical, musical
and literary, feasts of a nature and quality
much suoerior to those with which com
munities of Cairo's pretentions are usually
honored. But the several closing events
of the season, the several farewell banquets
tendered the god of pleasure in this city
duriuc the last several nights, were in
every respect up to that h'gb. standard of
excellence demanded by the auspicious oc
casion and by tne tastes of th-ne who had
in iulgod freely in the best that hid been
offered before; and among these last ban
quets that g:ven by tha Krew at Hartman's
hall last night assumes, for magnitul" and
splendor, a foremost position in Hu ista
logue. It is not at all open to dispute that the
Krew is tbe funny organization of the city.
Ara ng our secret poctetres it is the 1i!le
pker; it is to the commujity, what the
clown is to tbe sudieuce in a circus, the
obj ?ct of its being is to amuse others. It
is one of Cairo's permanent organizations,
that has, iu years gone by, witb the most
unselfish of motives, labored to bring enjoy
ment to tbe penpleof Cairo aud surr lunding
country; it has made itself felt for Cairo's
good and therefere it stands, as it richly
dtserves to stand, in the bright light of
Cairo's most loving smile. With the
energy and tact of entbuMastic and experi
enced caterers to lover s of amusement, the
Krew bad tliis time, as on all former similar
occasions, left nothing undone that miht
contribute toward tho success of tbeir ball,
aud tho pleasure of their guests, aud
tbe result was equal to the Krew's highest
einectations. The company was not to
be counted in the hall, but it was fully
two hundred strong, comprising some ol
Cairo's j illicit and most popular young
people, and on occasions, tbe hall, though
the most snaious in the city, was taxed to
the full extent of its capacity to acooru
modate tbe dancers. 1 he suits worn w ere
mostly lrom Cincinnati, brought here by
the Kr .w for the occasion, though many
present had gone to much trouble and ex
pense to produce their own costumes. The
costumes varii d in material and stylo, from
tho most gorgeously beautiful to the lull
crouH'y ugly, ana a more ptiantasticany
yet ittractivcly attired assemblage of people
hub probably not bcenseen.
Daiicing began about 0 o'clock, Prof.
Stuivr's fine s'rinir band furtiishinu the
the music. Several hours were passed in
an almost continual whiil by tbe bappy
company, and then came tno most inter
interesting event of the occaalou,Jl'ur which
all bad waited snxiouj'y, impatient to
know whose irlowinir face was
bidden behind the artificial one
At a word nil unmasked at 12 o clock,
sharp, and in the many happy surpiises
which followcrl thu music was drowned
with laughter and exclamations, and it was
some time before dancing whs resumed and
continued for another hour when all de
patted for home.
Far ttio Bu'lstln
I kuow ot a perfectly dostltute family
where the man of the house (tha only
person capable of earning anything) has
been Hi lor weeks, ino nisi miuar wiey
had was spent for medical attendance, and
the man is yet u torly helples. I wish to
know whether there is any provision made
by the city fir audi cases? Or are tho
p.wr obliged to oie tor want ot auw
The city has set aside no fund for the
especial benefit of the poor, but a largo
portion ol the contingent fund it every
year appropriated in defraying tbe expense
LADIES, ATTEiNTiOS !
You now have the opportunity to make iwniid
attractive, with bright colors, your failed ribbons
and other articles of apparel.
Every package of the
I-I-ADY PACKAGE DYES
IS W A U R A N r K D capab'e of coloring more in
quantity aud better iu quality than any other dyes
that have been offered. Price: Ian. per packaga; 2
for 25c. Try them and you will be delighted.
CALL AN O SEE SAMPLE COLOR CARD.
7-3: Oliio Lovee and.
Cor. 8th St. $c Wash. Ave.
of caring fi r suffi ring poor whom the au
thorities provided with inedi. a! or other
attend. nice It is under-tood that if the
officers of thu city, in their daily rounds,
find prisons in a lielples-s condition, they
are to have them ivuveiei to the Irifiun-
rv an I tne city rouecil will piy the bill
when pre-ente l. That duiing every year
large number of this elas of caseo,
mostly granger, rue thus cared fur tho
published proceedings of the city council
But the ca-e to which "Looker on" re-
refers above, which is probably the saiiK
cs.-eTns Bulletin referred to Sunday, is
one which comes of rigtit under tbe eaie of
Dr. Wood as county overseer of t tie poor,
and it was his duty under the law to fur
nish necessary relief when such case was
brought to his notice, as we understand it
was. The coon'y board has always set
aside, for the cars of the County's poor, a
sum which, in view cf the sounty's finan
cial condition, was a very liberal one, j
n former years this poor fund of tha j
couuty was two thousand dollars; this year
year it has b.;ea increase 1 to twenty-five
hundred. Of this amount one-half has al
ways been asin .d to Vm dve Cairo pro
ducts and the o:her ha f to the remainder
of tho county. Dr. Wood has had the
former half at his disposal, and baa
found it necessary always to overdraw the j
amount allotted him and to encroach upon
the next year's allowance. Tins has bee a
due to the great number of poor stranger!
who come toour gates from everywhere, io
destitute circumstances greater number
probably, owing to Ctiro's peculiar nitua
tion, than to any other city of itsslza in the
That the inetus provided by t lis county
have not been sulHoient to meet sli demands,
is not because this county is lets liberal in
this resp jct than otlwr couuties are, but be
cause it lias onM It-r.ibly inrre than its
share of the p tor to take cars of. The
truth is, th it this county is much more
liberal in its djilin,'s with tho poor gener
ally, than most other counties are, for it
spends annually m re thin it can spare for
charitable purposes, out of a total tax that
reaches the limit set by the law of tbe
stato.-. And the fact that under all these
circumstances there are cases of exteme
suffering which deserve attention, only
proves what wo have tike i occasion to
stato before, that here, as in every other
community yes, more than in most other
communities there is a constant and ur
gent demand for private charity ; and in
order that the bur lens of such charity may
not rent too heavily upon a few, there ought
to br an okoasized, private thirty, such
as there is in many of the ntiesin tho cen
tral and northern portions ol the state,
where the demand for such an organization
is less urgent than it is here. But in the
absence of such organization hero, and with
tbe assistance of some of Cairo's noble
women, whose-sympathy for a suffering
brother or sister, always manifests itself in
prompt action and substantial ai I, it is
likely that toe f revisions to relieve the poor
made by the ci'y and county, will, la future
as it tins in tho pad, suffice to prevent the
serious state of things suggested by "Look-ef-ooV
cinclu ling qiesti i n,
Captaiu W'.M. Murphy hud not heard
from Waahingroa lust evening, to the
action of the sjnato upon bis nomination
for the Cairo pobtmastership, but lie had as
little doubt as his money friends who have
been overwhelming him with good wishes,
that tho senaie'a action would be favorable.
But about the succession iu the deputy col
lectorship thoro is less certainty and some
wild speculation. That W. H. Eubanks,
of Williamson county, Iisb msdo strenuous
efforts to gut this positlou is known, and
thore li every reason to believe that Gen
eral Pavey looks with no approving eve
upon Mr. Eubanks. It will bo reuiem
bured that some time ago one of the Wil
liamson county papers, an advocate of Mr.
Eubank's claims for a position in tho in
ternal revonuo office here, announced
boldly that Mr. Eubuuks had received an
appolntmout from General Pavey, and
that in consequence of this Announcement
thore was & fueling of uuessiucss among
Urn clerk of the service here. Mr. Eu-
bank is doubtless the ge-ntral's fxvoiiu
ho was one of the general's warm etippor
ers for the collectorship as against Co
Willis; hu is a representative of the di
turtnug ooea who have bee
clamoring for the fish po
and who fouabt so bravely aaiuat the ri
nomination of Captain Thomas. But t!
general is not at liberty to con.ult only h
own preferences in this matter. 3icce tl
re-eleclloa ot Captain Thomas. so a
sumod , General Pavey is not eotirtl
independent of the captain, who will ex
art an influence perhaps la favor of 01
who stood gallantly by him in tiuie
danger. As such the names of s-ver
very popular young gentlemen' are uier
tioned, prominent aanag wh.un is that (.
Mr. William D. Lippitt, who would prob
bly be as good a m in as cou d ba foU:i
for the place an I who would i
very acceptable to ibe p oplu oei
erilly, It is' safe t' assume,
course, that in (his case as in a:l others ';l
like charactsr, tho principal coosi Iju:;
will be, not will tho appointee be t!
choice of the people, and is ho the be
qualified for the portion ? but will his a
poiutment add strength to the party, w
he be able to give material aid io the pai
machine in the management of election
But we shall see what w shall s
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