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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 27, 1879.
NEW SEUIE3-N0. 54.
o'' the lndlutf tjuHuesi Ihhuc boo advertise
ments may he found In Tub IJi'i.i.etin .
CO, Paticr JS Co., Commercial avuniiD ami Nine
Chi. R. stuwiirt, Eighth! re. t.
Cm' Peters .v. Bro,, Eighth tr,.'ct.
JVit .Jt lllnl, V'a4tilntfii aei,ue iiml Kahili
J)r llryunt; oillce, Eolith Mrccl and Washlndou
In .1.11 Marenn; office, ltd Commercial avenue.
Di. W ('. .J I ii. Eight!, near Commercial
l)r E W Wlut'.ock, l i'l Commi'icia! avenue
U' I t Smyth, No. WOhlo lever
II. li l' ni'!i'' Nil TiiOiiln level nip '.ilr).
E';u:rable I, if,., of Nr Vork, ciriiir Twcifth ami
Widow-, uii'l UrpuMi Mutual Aid Soli, ty, hi-Vftilll
nndj.'umm -rilii! avenue.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
I.ii.'i'jir & Lunsden. No. II:; Comini'ii. i.,1 avenue.
( ; :: N E 1 A I , C O M M I S S I ( ) N M E lit 1 1 A N T s .
Ila'iu'iv Ilro., jir(prn-f nr EitypiUii Mill
I;:l.U!e. TniftU-flood fc Moore. N" li' i.t'l l .T
Conru ri i il avenue
DRV'ii.ISTS -WHOLESALE AN!) RETAIL.
I: "'. Bro , l-.v and corn-r Kf.'tif. ui.il
( it N I'lonal. 01, : lev.-.-.
A!c XiT.'li-r Cm: tit v. rori-r K!.,.'!. nt.d Cr.mM"rfial.
Si EAT m.u:kei
I VYt'-r Elr'hO. nn-'-t
hi. :... r r.fiM.. Corner E',;:it'i and W i.Tt-trt.t.
S I EA M R'J ATS
(..j.;.; in:,. 'I hiee St.-.t.
J'.: c S;,: ui, corn, r T !fh . I i .
BRACKET VI ORE
E C Kit I. Corner S r.t aud Cuin::i' :.::'.'
I (; aVinliuii'if. Eiu'l.tii 'rei V
II 1 ii Cunm-rcla! avenre
K. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS' KNTEAI. R R
rSV AliUIV TRAIN' OEl'Al'.T
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i A. & T. RAILROAD
T-t s;,r- :V) m. ! T-ia !; ' i t'? tn
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'UN Kit.W. DELI VER i cn . :V a i.l; c:wi
VI o.v; hi.; S'lnJaj : tti ' a. ra.
V.-.r;. v Order Ifc;ir.T.v-t ;.& at Sam.; e'.o
a; ' j,. r.i.
"ilrv .ih Eiprt- Mi! ! I'ilrr,;. Centra', ar.d
J! :-..:ptil iVfil H:lr -id rli.- st 1J :'.i m
'a-r.. At J Pc-ii'.ir B.-ii TLM-iirU ai.d x Mai!
c'. - f- li tn.
W'ji M ail ia ll'ioi C' tiTa!. f'a'ro a;:d Via
r !.:: tti4 M'.ji:-td C.-utrai Rni'ri'ad ci'f at
j. f, '
Ma.it.; Sarrn-. Cis R:.'.'.road c''-' a' S
I a..- . ir. Evur..v!!V !!.. K'j"ty ck-' a! H i)
J it , I'j t Kri.taH
Mtyr r-N. II ThiC w(.
Trai" im-Edar! lr?c:t.
( I'Ti-Dciit);. J. Ful'-y
i.'jL'finr-Wn. B ti:'.t".-rt.
M irlial-.I ('. Lalii.iv
Af.i.ra.'y William H.-!idru-'..
Miami r At .hmm
l:rt Ward -Wm. OCa'.lahan M.J. IIo!iv
Si-oi.a Wanl-Daviil T Uu-r.r. C. K Wood-
Tlf-1 'A'ir l-W. I'. Wright. E.'V r. Smith.
Kuttrh W ird -.'tur',e 0 l'atn r. Jan. Kvi ston
F:ft!. WsrJ-T. W. IlaKidA). Er::nt It. IV.ttt
C!rc ;lt .I'ld.-'-O. A. UarW'T
f'iv:it Cl'-rW .1. A. lWve.
' i . j ti t Jiidi.'. K. S. Yikmi:;,.
o mty i li rk- S J Ilsnini
County Attorney W. C M'l I ').
(.'oi;ntv Tr'.auri'r A. J. Aldi-::.
Slicntt Jnlm 1Iim1i;'
C'ouuty t'ominif -iuiiiT" T W IhiliV.ny, M. V
Brow n. Samuel Briicy.
VFi'.li'AN M. E.-Ko'irti-utith fri'd. lii-twocn
Walnut and C-.!ar i-tri-i'tv ". rvif-..- nt,'vit ti 11
a. in and 7:1" p. in.; Sunday ' !:.!' tn
i-1!IKlsTlAN-lii:to-utli . pm,t. S-'-
J l:it:i lo::;.i p. m.; Ti-k t: lriir . i'a-i"t..il.y.
HCRi'lI or" TII E REDEEMER iKpi'ropat)
V Fourti'i'iiih !r.Tt: Moniini: prayi iSabiiath)
!: w a. m.: cvctiiLj; ravr. t: . w.; habbatU
cliool :t a. in.
llMKST MISSIONARY BAITIST CHCRCII
I I'n ai'hinir at lil::i a. m., :i p. m., und ':' y. n.
Salibath pchool at T::lo p. m. Rev T. J. Shor,',
IUTHEHAN-TMrtecr.t'i atrri't; nrvlrr. Sab
j lutU 1 ::to a. m. ; Sunday chool J p m. Rrv.
METIIODIST-Cor. Eli-hth and Wa'.uut tri'fl ;
I'h'iu'liiiii,' Siild.atli 10::0 n. m. and T p.m.;
prayer nieetiu,', Wedneday :M p. in.; Sunday
Scliiiid. 9 a. in. Rer. Whittiiker. pitor.
IXtESDYTEUlAN -Elu'titb trect! panchlm; nn
1 Sahhath at ll:iM u. m. and T:JO f. tn.; prayer
ini'ctii'.u We,nedav lit p. tn.; Sunday Sejool
at :l p. in. Rev. 1). V. (ieorne, pator.
SECOND FREE WILL BAPTIST - Flfteer.th
... atn-et. between Walnut and Cej.ir tieel, cer
vice' Sabbath at 3 and T::) p. m.
ST, JOSEPIl'S-UJnmnn Cathollrt Corner Cros
ar.d Walnut tnet: fervlre Subbath 10:."tu.
m. ; Sunday School at p. m. ; Vcpcra ;1 p. m. ; er
vicua every day at 6 p. in.
CT. PATHICK'.S-tllomnn Catholic) Corner Ninth
O Htreet and Wiililni:toli nventio; aerrice Sub
t'Sth i and Ida. m.; Veaper S p. m.j Snudav School
p tn. ; ervlces every day at s p. tn. Rev. i'. Kabul,
Obtained for new Invention, or for Improvement
on old one ; tor medical or other compound, trade
mark und label. Caveat. Ali.iimeut, Inter
fereucu, Appeal, Suit for lufrinnemetit, autl
Hll cao rlln under the Patent Law, prompt
ly attended to , Invention that have been
liV I lt,f,Tl(,Ti '' I'titont onicf maytlll,
iiriliLfiriU,;moi,tcRca. bctmtelited by
ti. ltelng nppoalte thu I". 8. Patent I)elartnielit,
and cnita'd In Patent buallie i'.xclnlve(y. we can
mnko t:loer aearche. and ecure Patent more
promptly, and with broader claims, thau thoo who
are remote from WahliiKton.
IMVMTIltK " model or ketch ol
111 I Till XvllOyout device; we make ex
nmltintionandndvlua to patentability, live of
charKu. All correpondence atrlittlv ronlldetillal,
Prices low, and no charce utile Patent t--curd.
U reier I''. imimon, io UOU l'0imaier
(lenoral I). M. Key, Rev. Y. D.Power. The Herman
-American National Bunk, to official lu tlicl'. .
'j'ateitt OtlUi), and to Meuator and Repreeulatlve
In Cotmre; and epeclally to our client lu every
ritato lu the Union atid In Canada. Addre
O. A. SNOW & CO.,
Oppoflk'l'atvutoaicc, VVasUlajlon D. t',
MICHIGAN STOVE CO.
02 Lake St.. OJJ Seneca St.
Kcoiutiny in Fuel, Dura- a
Itility, rind Ctiiivi'iiii'iice.
foiuitlftciicis of lfsi-ii, a nil
Siiniilit-itj'of Management, anil
(o-ueral Woikin? Qualities.
THE BEST AND MOsT RELIABLE
II A X G E
IN TIIK MAKaKT.
Time Trie.l amt Fire Tested!
EVERY STOVE RELIABLE.
AND Il:OVI A SC( CES.v
ALL GOODS FULLY WABUANTEI).
F.t ..'tli- l.y C. W. HENDEI'SON, Cain.
Ar.d ! F!rt ('!& 1, a:tx Evi rywt.i-r.'.
1)K. FORI J US'
Liver & Stomach Pads,
THE CRSAT SPECIFIC'
Tii REST REMEDY
IN THE WORLD'
Ha puud i!clf l'i i T!.r.e Yi ar Campai.'n of
C Sit A I.:.
( IIHONIC DISEASES
Liver, Stomach and Rowels,
Pri'duc'.!..- a larvr portion ol wunderful and
Thau any oth'-r Remedy before the public.
A PREVENTATIVE OF ALL EPIDEMICS
Yellow fnvr. Ill!':ioi: end Typhoid lVver.
ALL MALARIAL AND MIASMATIC POISONS
Nrutra.livd. Elir.mnCd Mini expel. rd Ihrouu'li
the i:a:i:r-i! excivtion !
Health Restoring Liver & Stoin.uli Tatls
An antidote tlu;t ha proven lt r'-pellat t force
to rxpel. Atmo-plierii- erni' of Di ae
taat intcM tin air.
An Ai:tbl'le and preventative and cure for Chil
dren, hummer Complaint. Cholera Iiif.iiitr.in, Sear
let Fever. Menie. Wlioopiii'.' Cotluh. etc.
A preventative that U hlilbiy appreeinled by qulle
a number of mother who have tried them.
;r Forbe-- Pad are made from .E Nl'INE M ED
it'AL EXTRAi Ts. po.eli:i: the bet aborbeiit
prtipertii km Hii to eiei:re. b:n!:ie a direct appli
cation to the removal ot Morbid Organic condition
nncl retoriiiL' lo health, natural ci, rev and iiornml
activity the !tal funetloti uhli h aie weakened aud
debilitated bydleae. tliu proving themelve to
poe n POWERFl L REMEDY for all dieiie
of the l.lver. Stomarli and Bowel, n Ihoui'and
can t, tlfv from practical experience.
N. II. -A the price of the Pad ha been reduced.
It make it the elu :ipct and luoiit convenient midi
catiou von can uc for any of the above dieae.
ONLY ONE DOLLAR!
OXLV ONE DOLLAR !
If after n fair trial you ai- dialified. end back J
your Pad to the proprietor, and the
MONEY WILL BE REFUNDED.
V.Torftll advice O'ukk) end avmptom and en
uuirie, (alo for ainc Pad) to
11(. (1. W. FORBES.
1TI W. 4th St.. Cincinnati.
VMM be oldbynlldr:ilts.
UAliT cSc IIICKCOX,
Wl W. Fourth St.. CINCINNATI
jySce ccrtlllcate In large clrru lar nt di:l or
TOfWA YEAR, or f. to
.'o a day in your ow n locality
No risk Women do n well
meu. Many make more
tan the amount a'ated
above. No one can fall to
make money fat. Any one can do the work. Y'ou
can make from Mc to jo an hour by devotini: your
eveiilim and pare time to the hulHc. It cot
nothluu' to try the bulnea. Nothing like It for
money m:klm: cveroll'ered before. HimhieM plea.
ait aud trlctly honorable. Reader, if yon want to
know all about the !et paylim bulne before the
public, elid it your uddre nnd wo will etid yon
full particular and private term free; ample
..n.n, 4 , free! Von can tb"ll make II D votir
lulnd b'.rvo'.irse'f. Aiidrc liKORUU STi.NSON
JtCO,, I'wr'.iaud. Mibue. '
THE W'OIiKINO.MAN'H FRIEND
In thpwdiiynof piilltlcul tr!i k"ry. a trnn frl.-nrt
In t:i.Oltno of in-i'd, In u frlcud ludi'rd; ami nurh
a ti M'lid in
Dr. WM. HALL'S
MLSAM for the LUX(iS
It I a urc cure lor
CONSVMITION. r'(il'(iHS. COLDS. ASTHMA
RIIONl IIITJS, HOARSENESS
atid till iliauaM-a of tin- Run;;, Chfut utid Tlirout
Thl wvll-kuown ri'tncdy l,n lrcn ii'cd lor
thirty yi'ar and Iih cured ItiouHiiud ofiir,
miiny of w liicli H-ro ifivi-u up ii liopli'
No iae, liowi-vtr ol)tluuti'. run n fint the
hiMlitia prep. rtliKof Dr. Win. Hull R.iUmu for
Hi.' Luiiu Trial liottKm will lm liirtiUhi'd erut
tiiitmly to all who lire nllkted with Luu utid
piTtoral dliii'iin,:, ,
r"i!' incm!iiT Hint It Ir th" p' rsleU'lit uw of
thu Liiilram thiil cure t he w oft raf.
JOHN F. HENRY. CURRAN A' CO.,
Sole I'roprli tor,
i ( OLLEtiE I'LACE, NEW YORK.
(1) BARCLAY BROS. WlioWc Aautit.
JLLLNOIS CENTRAL R. R.
I V'sKVflKT? TRAINS LEAVE AND
- i .V.Ii.llirjJl ARRIVE DAILY.
ST. LOUIS VIA. CAIRO SHORT LINE.
C'!io ;t i !i'i:.;'ii;,: r:.r. T i" d.r-ct ni'it to
Ami all EASTERN POINTS,
An.l nil NORTHERN POINTS.
Train lov and .irr;w a! C..ir n fu'dow"
E::pr . d.ii'v iMcpt S'lirl- v
Muil. dii!v...'. '..
.' " i p m
):o.-, a. m
Epr, .. dailv
Mail, daily -x. cj.t S'nid.iy .
. a m
cli"ra! s.iu A.-i
JOHN H JONES.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R.
II. V. SMITMK.lls", Kwwivcr.
SHORTEST SHORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS
Through Kxpre leave Cairo :4".a m.
Throui'!! Expn arrive ::t E. St. Loui.. S:nop.m.
Thni::s;l: Expp.- leave K. St Loui.... fama.ni.
Through Exprr arrive at Cairo ri:10p m.
Murp!iyl)oroarco:!iiuodation leave Cairol J iNp.m.
Muphynoro Aec. arrive at Murphy fboro ii: d p.m.
Murphyboro Ace. leave Murphboro .. I:ln.iu.
Murphy.iioio Ace. arrive at Ca:fi 10 45u.ni.
The Cairo St Loui Kail Rovl I the only all
Rail Route between Cairo and St. Loui under one
management, therelnre there are no delay at
w ay lation awaitiiiL' connection from other line.
Close and ure contieetioii" at M . Loui with other
linen for North. East and Wet
J A NAL'OLE.
L. M. JOHNSON,
CAIRO YLVCENNES R.R.
M AfTT VQTHE SHORTEST ROVTE TO
Ul M 1 L T.O ,,v!invillt'.
17 UT V THE SHORTEST TO LOUIS.
1 lUlljriO VILLE. CINCINNATI, BAL
TIMORE AND WASHINGTON.
'ii ITT VH THE SHORTEST TO INDIAN
O llliTin APOLIS.PIULADELPHIA.NEW
YORK AND BOSTON
SIX HOURS SAVED
Over traiiiu of all other route making the aatne
fty Pai iier by other routes to make connec
tions must ride all " niirht. waltlm: from one to ix
hour at small country stations lor train of con
lvriJLI.ll)Ilt .,. m. train, ri'achini! Evatis
rllle, Indianapolis. Clncitinatl and Louiville ame
day. Train lea1 e and arrive a! Cairo a follow :
Mail leaves 4: IS a.m.
Mail arrive ..Mawp m.
Through tick?t and check to all Important
F. A. MILLER ROSWKLL MILLER,
(ieti'l Pass. Acent. lienernl Sup'
L. B. ClU'RCU. Passenger Ayeut.
A MONTH iruaranteed SI'J a
lav nt home made by the itulu-
irions. I'aplial not required;
He will start voit. .Men, women.
boy and u'liis make money fas
ter nt work for ii than ut auy-
thiiiuelse. The work ia liu'ht and deuiuit. and
siicli as any one can l' rlulit at. Those who are
w ise w ho see notice will send us their addresses at
once and ee for lhcnielvc Cos'.ly Outtlt and
terms free. Now Is the time. Those already at
work arc laving up lame sums of money. Address
TRI E A- Cil.. Aiiuuntn, Maiur.
jTEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN" THK C ITV
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. N'ltieteetith utreet nmt
C. O. PATIEU 6c CO.
li 1 "
Hay in Boin .liycian, -ha no enual a a Mood
I"r ,. ,l,'rl'ic of it many wonderful cure af
ter all other remedie had failed. I vi-itedthu lab
ratory. and convinced mvelf of It Genuine merit.
It la prepared from hark, root and herb, each of
which I lilu'hly efl -ctivei and thev are compounded
lu nucli a nianuer a to produce atonUhlni result.
I the w it blood purifier.
Will cur" t!. worH( Cl,.L. 0f ScrofuU.
I recomiiHi.'h ii ,y piyiciau and apothecarie.
lis ifTi-cicii .om marvelous cure In caca of
Cure the worst cat-l of Cicker.
SL-et witli wor.dirful ucce In Mer urial dieae
Will radicate Salt Rlieiirn from the tem.
R- :uoveH Pimples i,n(j Humor from the kcc.
Ciire, Co:iflip:i!ion and reflate the bowel.
I- u ilutihlc remedy for H curiae..';.
Will cure Dy;iepi.v
Restore liie etitir; yte!:i to a Leulthy condition.
Remove the caue of Dizziness.
Relicv.- Faintne at the to::iacl.
Cun-i- Pain in the Bn -k
E;Ve(ti:.tIlye'i-es Kidney Complaint.
i-:T.-etie hi i's cure of Femal - Weaknesses.
Isthe LT.-at remeny for (ieneral Debility.
Is T.IF. BKsT
II. R. STEVENS. BOSTO; MASS.
Vefjetini' ii Sold By all Dmsfgists,
WHOLESALE WINKS AND LigUORS
I SMVTII it CO.,
Whob ale and Retail Dealer it.
Foretell ami Domestic Liquors
Wines of all Kinds,
NO. GO OHIO LEVEE.
MESSRS. SMYTH CO. have constantly a larco
stock of the best uoods in the market und irlvo
especial attentiou to the wholesale branch l the
-a n it
ID ealc?r in lresh A teat.
Hehveen W'tishington mill Com
inoi'ciitl A v., ml joining Ilnnnyw.
KEEPS for ule the beat Beef, Pork. Mutton, Veal,
l.umh. Sausaee, Ac, aud I prepared to serve
famllle in an acceptable manner.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROATS PATENT
Wholesale l.oaler in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIITINO.
Car Ijoads? a Specialty.
1 I 'il i i w I I
o i-' i c; :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
MARKETS I1Y TELEGRAPII
Liverpool, August 20, 2 r. m. Wheat
easier Winter, 9s Us 2.1; Spring,
Ss8s fid ; California avuragn, 8s Gd0 Cd ;
California clul, fn 5.1(10s. Corn
NEW YORK OUAIN.
New York, August 20, 12:0-1 r. m.
Wheat nii:t No. 2 Chicago, $1 000
1 03; No. 2, Milwaukee, $1 021 03;
Bel Winter, 1 001 11; No. 2 Red
Winter, $1 10il 10?i; No. 2 Amber,
t 1 0. Coru-quiet No. 2, 40(10.
tmc'!0 GRAIN AND fUODUCE.
CurcAtio, August 20, 10 a. m. Corn
September, iJ2S25tf' ; October, o2;8'
.').'!. r.irk-Septcmber. S 15; October,
22'j. Oats September, 22 j ; Octolier,
?f 0 22;. Wheat-September, 87;
Ciiicaoo, August 2G, 11 a. in.
Wheat-September, 80; October, 80.
I'ork September. $3 20; October, $3 2o
27 4' . Outs SeptenibV, 22 ; October, 22.
Cora September, S3 ; Octolier. o2J&.
Ciiicaoo, August 20, 12 m. Pork
September, 13J; Octolocr, 4 20. Oats
September, 22)22f; October, 23.'4'.
Wheat September, ST?H' ; October, 80'.
Com September, 32i8': October, 02?(.
THE EPIDEMIC TAKES A FRESH
START AT MEMPHIS.
FORTY-EHillT NEW CASES AND EIGHT DEATHS
YESTERDAY DEATH OK THE WIFE OK CEN.
HOOD AT NEW ORLEANS.
Memphis, Tenn.. Aug. 23. Thirty-four
new cases ami eight deaths in the past 24
Hours is what the health of.ice books show
up, while the Howard association record
embraces 14 others not reported to the
health office, making an aggregate of 4
new cases. Perhaps, this is the result of the
past two or three days unseasonable weather,
Of the new cases, thirty-four, arc whites.
Three or four of the sick are said to be
in a bad condition; among them, Gen
Skcilington, Prof. J. B. Stewart nnd Mrs
Collins, wife of Dr. S. II. Collins, medical
inspector of the national board. .Mrs. Col
lins is reported to have had a bad case last
year. In fact, there was a very romantic
little story written alwut her illness, in
which it was stated that the attachment
nnd final marriage between her and the
doctor grew out of his attentions to her
during her illness. Dr. ColKns sent her to
Lagrange on the outbreak of the fever,
where she remained until last Tuesday,
when she returned to Memphis to stay
with her husband relying upon her attack
last year as immmunity against
another attack this season. She
was stricken last Friday, and has ex
perienced no favorable symptoms since.
Mr. F. B. Russell, reported above, also
claims to have had the fever last year, but
there are doubts about his being a genuine
case. 0. II. Denison is a son of Mr. Deni
son of the hardware firm of Orgill Bros.
John McDermot, whose name appears
among the dead, was of the firm of M. G:t
van & Co., Front street, commission mer
chants. Associated Press Report.)
Memphis, Tenn., Aug. 25. The Teuton
ic Relief association representing the Ger
man societies of Memphis have appealed to
their countrymen throughout the United
States for help. All remittances should be
sent to A. Goldsclimid. president, or John
Nkw Oiii.eans, Aug. 2.). Anna Main
Ilennen, wife of (Jen. J. B. Hood, died at
their residence on Third street, near Con
stance, of yellow fever. The character of
the disease developed but a short time lie
The residence of Gen. Hood is on the
same square as that of Theo. Berkson,
whose young son died of yellow fever
Drs. Smythe and White decide that Mrs.
Hood died of puerperal fever.
Louisville, Ivy., Aug. 2.1 Dr. Wm. O.
Gait has been appointed by the national
board of health a sanitary inspector to
serve in this locality. The first duty of
Dr. Gait will be to bring the municipal,
state and district boards into unison.'
Pensacola, Aug. 25. The board of
health has established quarantine against
freight and passengers tram New Orleans.
No Opium! No Morphia or other dang
erous drug is contained in Dr. Bull's Baity
Syrup, for the relief of Colic, Teething, etc.
Price 25 cents.
Alice Oatcs has succeeded in trettlna i
boat at Long Branch named after her.
Alexander Dumes is at Puys, wntimr his
new comedy for Sally Bernhardt.
A witty Londoner observes that free or-'
lers to auy theater are not of modern oriirin.
as Joseph got into the pit tor nothing.
The total receipts of the Paris Onera for
the past year amounted to 700.00l).
Opera Comiqtie, fMO,000, ami Liriquo
According to the London Fiiraro, that
terrible song, "Grandfather's Clock," has
been dramatized, and is to lie performed ia
Frank Chapman, who formerly had
charge of Funny Davenport's business, is
announced to take the road this month as
advance agent for Mary Anderson.
The companies of Janauschek, Nick
Roberts, Carncross' ministrels, Colville and
Gotthold, have each been called for rehear
sal during this week mid next.
It is claimed that "A Living Statue," the
piece in which Miss Martin Darcy will ap
pear at me iew lorK i'ark theater next
Monday, owes its origin to Ermine."
Harry Phillips, ot the Kate Claxton com
pany, and Gus Hall had a row one night
last week, in which Hall was flattened out
tnd badly damaged. Hall was intoxicated.
Miss Bertha Schumacher returns to St.
'.ouis this week. It is understood that thn
lady has received and accepted a flattering
engagement from Max Strakosch for the
( Adolph Nc-ueudorffhas engaged the great
German soubrette and opera ooutfe sintrer.
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r luuieui uauincycr, lor a tour oi the L nit
ed States. Ib r salary will be $200 a night.
This engagement will be a big one.
The San Francisco minstrels will oncn nt
their Opera house September l.D. 8. Wai.
bold clared $1,000 in a single day upon the
c;ii,uog;i races a iormignt ago, neuinp;
against the favorite on general principles.
Zola declares that the romantic drama
has passed from the age of popularity, and
is, lor tue tuturc, (lead. lie evidently re
gards his new departure as the beginning of
a dramatic realism, which shall become per
manent. Emma SchuirThas 'sold to Maggie Mich
ell a new play of her own, which she claims
to be original. Its title is "The Duchess,"
ami the star will make it one of the mam,
features of her repertoire the coming sea
son, if it should prove successful.
Miss Ellen Cummings goes with Law
rence Barrett for the coining season to
play the leading business. There was
some talk at one time that Rachel Macau
ley was to be engaged for the position, but
the negotiations fell through some weeks
Marie Prescott, according to a Sanfran
cisco correspondent, is a Mrs. Birk, with
two handsome boys, aged respectively 8
and C years. About rive years ago she and
lier liusoantl separated. After trying her
skill as a governess she adopted the stage
as a profession. She is said to be a Spirit
ualist. ALL SORTS.
A yacht can stand on a tack without
swearing. We can't. Oshkosh Christian
There are a great many people who will
never go to heaven unless they can go at ex
cursion rates. Railway Guide.
The slighing not being very good the
Danbury boy has gone in swimmiut'. Dan
Worse and worse! This season's mosquitoc
come along humming "Pinafore."
About the hardest thing a fellow kan do
iz to spark two gals at the same time and
preserve a good average. Try it.
"My dear boy," 6aid a careful motlicr,
"it's raining to-day, so don't go, in swim
ming, you'll get wet."
Three feet make a yard, very trucy but
two feet unmake it mighty quick, provided
they are hen's feet.
The man who put a cent in the church
plate iu winter now pays five cents for lager
outside the camp-meetiug tent. Temper
The question now is, not so much where
we shall rusticate, as where will the mon
ey come from to get back. N. Y. Sun.
The front stoop of fame is within every
body's reach, but young men are content to
sit on a sandy beach all day. industriously
givtna young ladies "tally." North Amer
Can a train be told by the tracks it leaves
behind it ,' Yonkcrs Gazette. No, it is tlio
bell on the locomotive that is tolled.
Even when a convicted murderer is sure
of going ritiht up to heaven the very mo
ment he is hanged, he would rather have a
pardon from the governor. IVwee Metho
dist. In selecting hair for butter, care should
be taken to have the hair correspond in
color with the butter. Dairy maids who
pay any attention to style will do well to
make a note of this. Popular Scienco
"There were two men got into a fight in
fiont of the store," said a north end man at
the supper table, "and I tell you it looked
pretty hard tor one of them. The bigger
one grabbed a cart stake and drew it back.
I thought sure he was going to knock tho
other's brains out, and I jumped iu between
them." The family had listened with rapt
attention, and as tho head paused in hi
narrative, the young heir, whoso respect for
his father's bravery was immeasurable,
proudly remarked: "He couldn't knock
any brains out of you, could he, fatherl"
Littel's Living Age.
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gists. Prico 23 cents.