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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 53, 18bl.
STKKKU AT THE POST OFFICE IN CAIRO, IL
LINOIS, A SECOND CUBS MATTER.
C.iao, III.. Mr. VU. IKHI
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Maitmum T'mperature. 44 Mlnlmnm lem
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Kiver, i feel in lucb, Kl" I f' 0Hln.;
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Mr Editor: , , , , ,
Having been aollcltr-d by my frleud and by a
great number of cltUeim who liave heretofore been
oiKcd to mi!, lo again become a candidate for
tne mayoralty of th.i city of Cairo, I hereby tin
noiince mva.lf for that poaltlon. pledging to tins
voter of Cairo to (lo a heretofore, not to lilrlt
my duly In Hit- hour of peril, anrtawurn them mat
all mvac.llonhall be to the iutcrot of Cairo and
b,.rcl.i,.1UH. i "" jr-'J-jcrKK,
TEACH AND l'UKi?s8. M'KEAI) T1IK
Caiko. Murch lVth, 11.
Ti) the voter of llm city of Cairo:
AttliercqunKtiil many clll.eii the iindrralgued
ollt-rn bin Ki-rvicca to the Indepcnilunt voter of
Cairo a a candidate for the nfllre of mayor. The
eity require a man of commercial experience,
Jim a', thl" time. hen we aro au tlxcd by uutu
and foreign Interference. In oar Imidnc manage
ment on thl great American r outlnent. and In the
name of Wellington, .leflerimn, and JackHoa, and
In the name of the Ureal Vnion Orccnha.k Lali.ir
I'artv, for truth, juoilco and equal rlguta, will I
Stand. Voxp pli-voxlel.i(riiRt,uKK
,"OK CLE UK.
At the uarneat a otlritjition of many citizen- irre
epccliveol color or politic, 1 have cnnaciited to
become a candidate lor the olllce of City Clerk,
and rienlfiillvk the active and willing anpport
or all who are lavnrable to my candidacy
J.NO. J. BIKD.
Cairo, 111., Murcb Ml h, Imsi.
Havlnnheeii mlielled hy a mimber of my frle da
all over I he city to become a candidate for city cleik
In the cominif city election., I buruby,. In comjill
ance with the u'ialiea thut exprenaed, announce
mvaelf aea candtdnt for tint olllce, and hope thai
all my friend will aland liv uiu.
V" ar a thorl.d to annennte lr. JOHN
P. VI !.KKItS(JN a a cadldatu forlit)- C!c k In
the April election.
We areauthorited to annouco Mr. I.KANDKK
AXLEY a a catnlidale for City Clerk 'n the elec
tion, to be held next monih.
pult POLICE MAOI8THA1 E.
Fleaaeanuonncf mc a a candidal;i for ru-clecti'iu
to tbe office of l'olliu Mniiisiraw at- tie eniuiuj;
city election. lieciiectfully,
GEO E. OLMSTED.
Wo are authorl.eil to announce Mr, ALFRED
COMINUS a a candidale for the otlko of 1'olico
Mauixtriilu lor the city of Cairo at the coining city
X)K CITY TKEAM'KEK.
Editor Bulletin: I'leaae announce mv nitnie a an
lndepeinlpiit candidnte for the olllce of City Treas
urer at the cunuiutf cttv election
THOMAS J. KEHTH.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In thl column, five ceula per Hue, each
Insertion. For one month, 5(1 ccuia per line.
Z11" New York. Jl
EAltl.Y ItOSIC SEED.
Just received 150 bids of New York
Euly Rose Seed I'otatocs. Direct from the
Lj.&t, choice Seed.
New York Store.
Closing Out, Boots and Shoes.
Having a very large stock of winter
goods on hand consisting of Gents', Lailis'
and Cliildrens' sewed and pegged Boots and
(Shoes, I have determined to close it out at
prices that defy competition, in order to
make room for an immense stock of spring
goods which will begin ,o arrive soon. If
in want of anything m my line I would ad
vise you to call on me before purchasing
elsewhere, as I will ussure you good bar
gains. I invite nil to call and see for
themselves, C. Kocn.
No. !I0 Commercial avenue between Fifth
nnd Sixth streets. Cairo Ills.
Oysters! Fish! Game!
Fresh oyster, line and fat, for sale, by the
can or by the hundred! Bulk oysters re
ceived daily from Mobile, and Baltimore
oysters received in cans, direct lrom tin
puckers, by every express. Fish of all
kinds constantly on hand and always fresh.
The "lied Snapper," the king among lisli
and the delight of epicures, fresh from the
gulf. Send your orders to the headtjuarters
foroysters and fish, corner Ohio L'Vee and
Eighth street. KoiiKitr IIkwitt, Agt.
Use The Caiko Hi i.i.ktin scratch books,
for sale at the olliee, 1','HH leaves to the
All persons, owing taxes on real estate or
personal property, will take nolice that I
will be found in my office from 8 o'clock
a. m.to 5 o clock p. in., for the purpose ol
receiving the same. There is money saved
by pajing taxes at once. Call and see.
Sheriff and Collector
Cairo, III., March a, 1881.
A good stock of paper, expressly for
Ili-ktograph use, for sale at 1 he Bclletin
Buck leu's Arnica Salve.
The lx:st salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, gores, ulsers, salt rheum, fever sores,
ettcr, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
Rll kinds of skin eruptions. This salve is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
every case or money refunded. Price, 25
cents per Imx. For sale iy Gko. E. OTIaha
cot t.u hYiu i'
A young man who run hring good coui
mediations a clerk in general lore
can find employment 1y addressing P. 0.
proposals are wanted for doing the car
penter work iu the house now being remod
eled on Commercial Avenue, between Filth
MidWxtli. Apply to
On the premises.
Notice of Purtnt'iship.
We Iiiito this day entered into u co-part-neruhip
for the purpose of carrying on the
gas-fitting and plumbing business, and we
would respectfully solicit a share of Cairo's
work iu this line. C. Ii. Nkwi.and.
iTjvinir Hindi. uvtrWive improvements iu
- r - - i ,
flu. lMunti.r'a Hiiiisi. and hiiriL' nOW
thoroughly prepared to uccommod ite uny
niimlu.r iA luv liimrilcM. tt I' Would rLHlK.'Ct-
fully solicit a share of Cairo's patronage in
this line. Our accommodations are equal
in ouiirv ri.uru.pt tn tlinm' lit HD.V hotel ill
IU HVIJ . l 1 1 1 ' . - ' ' j
the state and, as to rates, we are ready to
compete with any one in me city.
The. most popular and elegant tonsorial
establishment in the city is that of Wm.
Alba, near, the corner of Sixth street and
Commercial avenue. The most complete
outfit enn be found there, and nono but th
best artists in that line of industry are em
ployed there. Persons wishing a fa'rst class
hair-cut, shave or sliHinpoon snouiii can at
the parlor of Win. Alba.
The building of new and cleaning ou
and renairin' old cisterns it speciality
Orders by postal pi oniptly attended to.
J. . HAWKINS.
J-f?" Seed. Seetl. .-J
Full liueof fresh G.irden und Field
Seeds just received. CUvcr ecd, Wliito
Onion Setts, Sunr Corn. Timothy Seed,
lied Onion Setts, Early I'eas, lilue Uriss
Seed, Potato, Iilaek Wax H ans, and other
kinds; Sweet Corn, Coin lull lieans, Seed
Oats. Our sueds are fresh and will give
Full line of riows nnd Plow Hurness at
bottom prices, at
"Mew Yukk Sixiie.
Try It! Try It!
Use the Pantagraidr Binder. Covers furn
ished free of charge. No extra charge
over ordinary bindin"; for the tablets.
Furnished only by The Caiuo Bulletin
for putting up Letter, Note, Biil Heads and
other printed stationery.
A rnr load or clioicn Michiirnn Aonles
just received and for sale by O. M. Aluen,
ill Ohio Kcvee.
Mrs. Samuel Fisher has received a fresh
stock of new family groceries, including a
supply of fine pickled salmon new and
nice. Try them. Store on Washington
avenue, between Ninth & Tenth street.
Madame and Prof. Floyd have increesed
their facilities for the accommodation of
their increased patronage, by having se
cured another large room aujoinipg their
school on Walnut, between Twelfth und
Thirteenth streets. Duy school, 'J a. m.
Ladies' class at J, and night school ut 7 p.
in. Terms low, but invariably iu advance.
Mounted varnished, and paper mans of
Cairo for sale, at The Bclletin office.
The best of corned beef in any quantity
d"sired can be had at Fred Keohler's sam
ple shop on Eighth street, between the
avenues. Other meats of the best qnuli'y
also alw ays on hand. Call upon Fred if
you want good meats.
(I EN Ell A L LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In thi'.ae columna, ten cint pur line,
each inerlion. .Marked
War is threatened over the Greek com
plications. Arlington's Minstrels, Friday, March
Fee notice of clerk wanted in special
A large force of hands are still at work
on the new levee.
Look out. Arlington's Big Minstrels
Friday, March 25th.
Another walk(?) is being dug on Thirty-fourth
s'rect, between Commercial ave
Mie and Poplar street.
Harry H. Crowley has issued circulars
announcing himself as an independent can
didate for constable in Third ward.
Masked men robbed the passengers in
a stage near Belknap, Texas. The mail
Everybody is going to Hilly Arling
ton's great MinBttels, Friday, March 25.
Bigsby's mill at Worthington Crossing,
Did., exploded Sunday night. Four men
were seriously hurt.
The Canadian parliament will adjourn
early next week, wifiout taking action on
Prof. Hinds' charges.
Check books, nceipt books, order
books, etc., made to order on short notice
at The Bulletin office,
Mrs. Burton, of Union City, Tenn., is
in the city, called here by the Bcvere illnebs
of her daughter, M rs. Nebhitt.
Three men and one woman ure to bo
tried for the assassination of the, czar of
HiiRsia. There i no prospect of a hung
jury; m fact, no prospect ol a jury at all.
-The funeral of Mr. John flutes.' little
girl took phtce y...t,.rday afternoon at two
o'clock. Two coaches were full of mourn,
ers who attended the little corpse to Beech
Six Glittering Clog Dancers with Ar
lington's Minstrels, Friday, March Soil).
The street scrapers are still doing good
work up town. Eighteenth, Nineteenth
and Twentieth stieets have been improved
within the last few days.
Six funny End men with Arlington's
Minstrels, Friday, March 25th.
The New s says there is as yet only one
candidate for mayor in the field. Evident
ly it does not pay as much attention to the
announcement column of The bclletin as
Lobt Two small red memorandum
books, between Tenth and Fifth streets.
No use to any one else but valuable to the
owner. The Under will please leave same
at The Bulletin office.
A fellow named F. Johnson was jailed
at Farmington, Mu., on suspicion of being
a mule thief. He claimed to have come
from both Murphysboro and Vienna, III ,
but gave very mixed accounts of himself.
A new awning is being built in front
of the grocciy store of 5Ir. Walter M. Con
di!!", on Eighth street. The old shed has
beeu torn away; it looked bad, and hence
the new one will be a groat improvement
Six Song and Dance men Arlington's
Minstrels, Friday, March 25th.
The set vices in St. Patrick's church
were not quite correctly stated in yester
day's Bulletin. Father Masterson will
hold special services every Wednesday and
Friday evening, at half past seven o'clock,
"Tax Payer" in the News, calls atten
tion to a light defect in Ohio levee, be
tween Twelfth and Fourteenth streets,
which would seem to require some notice
from those whose duty it is to keep the
levee in repair.
Mr. Harry Jackson is in the city stop
ping ut the St. James Hotel. He is seeking
to make arrangements with parties here, to
torm a troupe, whi.:h ho will take to Mur
physboro, Ills., with the intention of open
ing a variety theatre there.
Mr. Charles Day, agent for Adam Fore
paugh's gteat show, has so tar received
eleven hundred and thirty-two photographs
of some of the handsomest women in the
land, in answer to his advertisement. A
Chicago belle is, so far, ahead.
Great excitement exists at Taylorville,
III., over the trial of the noted libel suit of
G. B. Burnett against J. H. Brown of the
Edwardsvilln Intelligencer. The case has
been before the circuit court all the week
aud will run over to the middle of next.
It is reported that more snow has fal
len about the head waters of the Missouri
and along the Yellowstone river this winter
than for the past 40 years, and that th.: In
dians are leaving the low lands and taking
to the hills in anticipation of the greatest
flood ever known.
The Peoria National Democrat says:
"Paul G. Schuh's drug store was damaged
to the extent of $ 000 last Wednesday night."
We have reason to believe that Mr. Sehuh
would congratulate himself if his loss did
not reach more than twice that many
Look out for the Grand Street Parade
Arlington's Minstrels at half past 2
o'clock, Friday, March 25th.
Mrs. Georgia Delay, wife of Charles
Delay, who is well and favorably
known in this city, died at Puiker's
station, Mo., on the evening of
day before yesterday. The remains will be
brought here nnd taken to Beech Grove for
interment. It is expected that the funeral
will start from here to-day.
The ''Old Hoss" sale advertised in
The Bulletin several days ago will take
place to-day in the basement of the City
National Bank. There are several hundred
unclaimed packages to be sold, without re
gard to value, to the highest bidder. The
sale will commence at nine o'clock a. in.,
and continue until the "Old IIoss" is dis
The people who live around nbout
Eighteenth street, on Washington avenue,
aro becoming impatient at the delay of the
sidewalk builders in repairing the Eigh
teenth street crossing. A lady told us yes
terday that it was "tit for neither man nor
beast to waU on," which is ulxnit as low
down as a Cairo crossing ought to be per
milled to get.
Land league organization continue in
St. Louis. The ladies' league met Sunday,
acknowledged the receipt of various
sums and passed a vote ol thanks to all
who hurl assisted the movement. The cen
tral land league adopted a resolution call
ing on the secretary of the state to interest
himself in the fate of American citizens
imprisoned for alleged complicity iu Irish
Among the new advertisements in this
issue will bo found one from Messrs. Hath
bone, Sard & Co., manufacturers of the
celebrated "Acoin Stoves und llanges."
Every stove is fully warranted; and a spec
ial feature of tho best grades of "Acorns"
is their patent Asbestos lined oven doors
for retaining the heat in the oven and econ
omizing in fuel. These stoves ure for sale
by A. llallcy, Commercial avenue.
Yesterday work on the south side of
Eighth street was begun. City Engineer
Charles Thrupp marked out the proper
grade for tho gutter, and the laying of
stone will begin to-day. The curbing for
gutters is on the way mid will be hero in a
day or two, und then the woik can go
ahead with more dispatch. When the
first and second layers havu been laid down
a thin layer of gravel will be spread over
the top, which will have a tendency of
keeping the small stono in its proper
place better. The Sixth street sidewalk
will probably be finished to day.
A man named Hall went to the police
head quarters in Cincinnati a day or two
ago aud confessed that ho was guilty of
committing a robbery in Glasco, Scotland,
for which another man named Mullen, had
been committed to the penitentiary for a
term ot eighteen years. Ho surrendered
himself and asked that the authorities at
Glasco bo notified of the facts as related by
him so that the man Mullen might be re
leased. Draper's company held forth at the
atheneum last night to a large audience.
The piny presented by them was not new
to the audience but its general performance,
especially several features in it, were differ
ent in that they were an improvement up
on any they hud seen before. The actors
were all perfect masters of their respective
parts and were often applauded. The com
pany has undoubtedly substantiated its
claim to superiority in the eyes of thoso
w ho witnessed its performance last night.
In Judge Yocum's court yesterday a
Mrs. Meyers was adjudged insane and will
be taken to Anna some time this week.
The case ot Mrs. Bridget Callahan came up
ami was disposed of. She wa indicted
for renting a house for im
moral purposes but the evidence against
her was not sullicierit to convict her, and
the case was dismissed. Mrs. Geek, who
was found guilty under a similar indict
ment the day before and fined one hundred
dollars and costs, has given notice of an
appeal to the circuit court.
The movement that has recently been
put on foot to give Miss Kittie Alvord n
benefit because ot her valuable asistanc!
in various literary entertainments given by
our people and to show that her talent as
an elocutionist is recognized and highly ap
preciated is a very worthy one and should
be carried t a successful issue. Such
action on the part of our people would In;
only a well deserved compliment to a young
lady of rare qualities, who has voluntarily
lent a talent that she had, through months
of application, cultivated up to a high stan
dard of excellence, for the delightful grati
fication of her many friends. We hope that
there will be no backward step in the move
ment that has been begun.
We announce this morning the name
of Mr. Lvander Axley, an old citizen of
Cairo nnd a worthy one, as a candidate for
the office of city clerk. Anything that we
might say in his favor would be snperllous,
for in his various positions in life he has
always merited the respect of the people of
Cairo and, no doubt, has received it. That
he would be as efficient an officer ft the
employ of the city as any of those that
have so presented themselves to the voters,
or that are likely yet to do so, will be de
nied by none. To those who fear that he
will not "stick to the track" until the race
is run, tie has authorized us to sty that
their fears are groundless that he will not
withdraw under any circumstances.
A lively fracas seemed imminent on
Eighth street near Enquire Comings' office
yesterday forenoon between Thomas Clarke,
the levee saloonkeeper, and a negro whom
he had gotten out of jail, going security for
his line. Clurke had taken the negro into
his employ, or hud made him promise that
he would go to work and pay him the
amount of the fine, but the man had stop
ped paying any thing alter the fine had
been a little more than half paid. Clarke
demanded the balance of what was due
him, or threatened to bare him put back in
jail. The negro became angry at this
threat and Used some hard language toward
Tom, calling him a naughty rnuiie, whereat
Tom bristled up and offered' to "amputate
his jaw." But officers were nut far oil' and
advi.-ed the disputants to confine their ne
gotiations to words, which they did and
tlir difference was ultimately settled satis
factorily to both parties.
. The manufacture of oleoniargerine has
been carried to such perfection that to de
tect it is not a matter of ease even to the
best judges of real butter, and the sale ot
the stuff has becninc so enormous by reason
of its perfect imitation, that the manufac
turers and consumers of butter real butter-
have loudly condemned tin; authori
ties ol both states und cities for not taking
active measures in suppressing
thu pernicious traffic. Cairo has
been pretty much exempt from
this uncertain articte of food. Some of our
merchants tried it a few times perhaps, but
found that, though their customers did not
at once detect the fraud, they soon pro
nounced the article "bad" and rejected it
it there was any of the reul article to be
had. The result has been that but very
few, perhaps two or three in the city, can
be induced to handle the stuff and these
aro probably not aware of tho true charac
ter of what they buy nnd sell oh "butter."
Several suites in the Union
havo irissed laws regulating
the use of this patent butter the most in
genious is perhaps that of the state of New
York, which requires that "every proprietor
of a hotel, boarding house or restaurant,
who shall serve, place, or cause to bo served
or placed in parcels on the table or counter
for their hoarders or customers nny such
articles or substunco ns herein stated, shall
post in ut least four conspicuous places in
thu dining or lunch room, a printed label
bearing the plainly printed words, "Imitu-
PHOENIX DKlfti STOKE,
GEO. E. O'HAKA, Proprietor,
Cor. Commercial Avenue
und Eighteenth Street. (
tion butter served here," in Roman letter
not less than one inch in length, which
shall be printed iu not more than two con
tinuous straight lines, and every sale of
such article by the tub or package not so
stumped is declared to be unlawful and
void, and no action upon any contract shall
- Examination in the Thirteenth street
school tin; grammar department was
held yesterday fore and afternoon.
Misses Hays and Lacrone are
the teachers in this department
and conducted the examinations
In the lower rooms Misses Harkstaff and
Sisson ure teachers aud superintended the
examination. A large number of visitors,
am.Miy them many prominent citizens, weru
there, who were highly entertained bv the
exercises. The scholars, each and every
one, did their parts exceedingly well, dis
playing W' ll trained minds and proving the
etliciency of the piescnt teachers. This
concludes the examination in the Tuirteent!
street school. This morning and afternoon
Mr. Parker's room in the colored school
will have examination, and this afternoon
at half past one o'clock, the high school
examinations will begin. Our people
should turn out in larirc numbers to at
tend these ( xcrcises und see to what a de
gree of excellence the children of Cairo are
A committee has been appointed by
ti e Uoiigh and Beady fire company, which
is to call upon our citizens and solicit from
tin in contributions, which are to be used
in the purchase of a new steam fire engine.
Tie- committee in composed of the following
estimable gentlemen: Judge F. Brotts, P.
W. Barclay, Fred Hoffheinze, Herman
Meyer-, John k'oehlcr and N. B. Thistle
wood. Tln.-e gentlemen will start out in a
few days for the purpose mentioned and it
is hoped that they will meet With
a gcwrnus response from our
people gem. rally, for the object is a most
worthy one. That Cairo has the U-st vol
unteer lire department in the state will be
questioned by no one who has any knowl
edge upon the subject, but that is not say
ing that it would nut be better if it had
better means of quenching tires than they
now have. The hand engines are good and
do good sen ice, t.ut iu cases of great con
flagrations it is difficult to find men to work
them. The company itself is easily ex
hausted aiel outsiders must be
depended upon, which is always a
hindrance in the effectiveness of the work.
The kind of engine that the company ex
pects to buy is of the latest patent, which
cn be gotten ready to throw a number of
streams of w ater within four minutes from
the time a match is touched to the kind
ling, and will cost about thirty-five hundred
dollars. The company will keep a man
constantly employed to attend to the engine
so that in case id tire there may be no un
expected delay in getting it to work.
Mr. Church returned home last Saturday.
Mr. D. V. Bailey, of Mound City was in
Cairo jester" lay.
Mr. James H. Gist, of Caseyvillc, Ky.,
was in town yesterday "trading."
Mr. G. W. Gilmore, of Columbia, Ills.,
was among the Cairo visitors yesterday.
Mr. H. II. Teeto, of Carbondale was reg
istered at the Hotel De Winter yesterday.
The sister of Mr. Ed. Powell, of the New
York store, is in the city visiting her
At the IIoe Dr: Winter yesterday were
registered Messrs. Wm. and H. II. Cravett,
ot Grnyvillc, Ills.
Messrs. W. It. Kodmun and T. W. Jones,
of New Burnside, Mo., were in the city on
Mr. John Cheek, of Villa Kidge, is in
the city taking a rest from his travels in
the interest of a commission firm.
Mr. II. L. Hulliday, who left tho
city for some time on a pleasure
trip last Saturday, was reported to be in Cu
ba yesterday. He leaves there to-morrow.
Among the guests at the Planter's House
yesterday were, Mrs. Lidia Grunt, of Ash
ville, Mo.; Mrs. Sarah L. Scrimmer, of Hen
son, M.; Messrs. J. ('. Cnrwin and F. C.
Cochran, of Juines Bayou, Mo.; J. II. Rol
lins, of St. Louis, Mo.; B. McCallister and
wife, of Morgrtiillcld, Ivy.; 15. II. Jones, of
Praise Front Uigh Authority.
Frank Ch. de Hialp, Singing Master of
Her Majesty's Opera Company, says:
Menili'lHitnhn Piano Co., Now York:
Gentlemen -Having occasion to try your
Pianos, I consider it my duty to acknowl
edge their rich qualities of sound ana, at
the same time, the softness by which a con
tinuance or expression can U performed.
I consider them a perfect instrument and
specially invaluable to a sing"''- Wishing
you a good success, I gentlemen,
Very truly yours,
FnANK Cu. uk Huu
Singing Master of Her Majesty's Opera Co.
Advtrtiinntnt in nonfanil not luiintit raid-)
t fli imti ur leu in Iku tolvmn, ID ,,l, ia,h ih
itrlitn. TOR HALK.-Otia larie tal k, capacity flftv t,ar-
J rela; aud one .mailer. In koi (I order, made of
oalc wood. Apply to
rWOiOIM t HCUt LTZE.
UAM ED -Kverli.dy to have money (1,d
have their furniture repair, il and varmaheil
ly I). K. Kiiir. Mkiji (!iiiitc ci urt limife. r
dera hy mail oral the alion Hill l.ave i loimit alien,
JjVJltHALE.-Tbu beautiful "tlni;,, nd f 0n
Tenth Hlieet u'yto Mia. VcLeaii ai n,.r
milliner ""tore on Litthth itr el.
At (() KINO STOVE fur an'e.H ith io ron not.
two IicUk pain and two nrlddlic: Mill lie fold
f ir ten dol ara. Apply al llulli tin ortii, .
L'Olt LENT- If"- mi-. Ii n M .- i,i i eUI ed
with or without l oiril, al Mi -i unlli ratea
Apply at Eiilletm MilMir-.
WANTEI)-Manaareanirra!iil I kei seller
of a theatre a xhort diatam- I'n.n Cairo.
MiM have caah n ctirilr of el' or "iMp-M
Jl.l; .III K"ON.
M. Jamea Hotel, ( or E'.elnli i,d Levee.
TELEPHONE NO. ..
.1. O. CLAinv,
.Staple and Fancy
Country Produce a Sprrialty.
N'J. stt EKillTII STREET.
WAIT FOR THE BIG SHOW!
THE JIIXSTKEL B0OX
Last ami (Jreatest Minstrels
24 Famous Pkukokmkks 24
GREAT KNI) MKN G
' Great Song and Dam e Men i
G GUTTERING f'LOO DANCERS G
Before be f.Hit lls'itu a' ei.e
Th (ireat th (Inlv.ml (rl..i...l Ii,' . i m
ton' aud all will appear at tbe" '
Friday Sight, March 25th. 18.11.
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ONE Ml.HT ONLY,
Thursday, Evening Marcli 21.
MclXTYRE & HEATH'S
MasttHlon Oi'chehtraaud Mi as Hand
First-Class White Delineators
Tha Oreat Southern Team,
Mrlntyrp and Heath. The Great C;tli
fomia Ouartet. The Peerless Ko
selle. The Quadruple High
Kickers. The Matchless
Chiuiipion Song and Punee Triad. ur
Senator hil. Wilson. "Old pixie '
A rf.ant Am. , .au..I ..11.. mrA lt1u?
laiiirhiiblu original iketchea, nilc HpiittiUK alter-
pe re. niiie orrnnarrat aclecllona
A DM I H ION. Mind ? cent. Heaerved aeata
now on aale at llartman a without extra cbarpe.
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Tuesday and Wednesday
MARCH 22 AND 23.
Undo Tom's Cabin
I'acacnttnir bia new vuralon of
UNCLE TOM'S CABIN
Forming tlio Htrouffeat Company that haa ever
preauntud llila beautiful llomu Picture of
J1FJM A MONO TIIK LOWIA"
Powerful Double Company, Grand
Seenic Effect, Celebrated Trick
Donkey "Jerry." Two Mam
moth Trained Blood hounds,
The Magiolia Jubi
PKICK8 OF ADMISSION, lite, and 85c. No ex
tra charge for Kuaurvud aeatc.
"Matinee Wednesday at 2 p. m.
Beat on sale at Hartman'a.
Outfit aent free to thoau who wlfh to cn
gage lo the moat plcaaant and profltahlo
buainna known, Everything new.
Capital not required. We will furnlah
everything fliia day and npwarda la yet
botnn over night, No riak whatever. Many new V
wora'TB wanted ai once, m any are making rort
unes a the hiialnv. Ladles mako aa much ai
men, jndyomiu boy and girl mane great pay. No
one woo I willing to work fail to make mora
money every day than can be madolu a week at any
other employment. Tboao who engage at once
will And a ahort road to fortune. Addrcaa II.
HALLKTT A CO., Portland Maine.