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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
' niriririii niTtrrrnrtr I t
. . lv"- COAlu WOOD ICE. FLAVORING) EXTRACTS.
Circuit Jiidifft O.J. Baker, .
Circuit Clerk-A. II. Irvln.
County JudaoK. tt Yooum.
County Clerk 8. J. Humm.
County Attorney J. M.Dainron.
County Traurf Mile VV, Parker.
hlK'tlir John IIodKCfl.
Coroner II. Kiirperald
County CommllonerT. W. Halllday, J. A.
Gllib and Peter f-aup.
Trt'unurur T J . Kurtb.
Clerk Denul. J, Foley.
Councilor W'm. 11. Gilbert.
Marahal L. II. Meyer,
Attorney William Uendrlck.
ho AM) OF JJ)11MH.
Klrt Ward Peter Sanp. T. M. Klmbroneh.
second Ward Jen lllukle, C. N. Hughe,
Third Ward-B. K, Jilako, John Wood,
fourth Ward-C'harloa 0. Pallor, Adolph Bwo
l)oli. Kifth Ward-T. W. HallWay, Erneit B. Pettlt.
UAPTIST. -Corner Tenth and Poplar
Jttreot; preaching flrctand third Sunday In
:ti mouth, 11 a. in. and 7:3U p. m.: prayer meet
In Tburmlay, 7 : p. m. ; Sunday acjool, :u a,m
Kuv. A. .1. UKSS, Pan tor.
CliCKCU OK Tim KKDKKMER (BpUcopal)
Fourteenth atreet; Sunday 7:00 a ni.. Holy
Euchanlnti :30 a. m., Bunday aehool 10: a.m.,
Morning prayert; 8:iw p. m., evening rayere. F.
r. Davenport, o- i. a- noviui.
1K8T M1SHIONAKY BAPTIST CHURCH.-
in.Hrliim it 10:30 a. n... S n. m.. and 7:80 p. m.
Hahhath echool at 7:30 p. m Iter. T. J. Shore,
I L'THKRAN Thirteenth ttruct; iervlui Sab
Xj baih 1:30 a. m.; Sunday achool 2 p.m. Kvv.
Knuppe, par tor.
MKTIIODIST-Cor. Elahtb and Walnut tret,
PrearhlnK Kalbath ll:Oo. in. and 7:30 p.m.
Knnday School at :' p. m. Rev. J. A. Horrett,
I )KK BYTE WAN -Eighth itreet; preaching on
Sabbath at 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; prayer
meeting Wrdnendav at 7:30 p.m.; Sunday School
at 8 p.m. Kev B. Y. Oeore, paator.
OT. JOEPirS-iRoraan Catholic) Corner Crow
O and Waluut treet; tervlree Sabbath 10:30 a.
D, ; Sunday School at 2 p. in.; Vepera 3 p. m.; ier
rice everyday at H a. m. Rev. O'Hara, Pricet.
ST. PATRICK'S Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
direct and VahinirUin avenue; terrlcea Bab
oath s and 10 a. m. ; Veper 3 p.m.; Sunday School
t p. m. lervtce every da at a. m. Rev. Masteraon
K. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
TRAINS Dll'illT. TRAMS ARRIVi
Vail........ 3:15 a.m
Kxprea. 11:10 a.m
Accom'datlou. 4:4) D.m
Mail H:35 p.m
tKxorexi $M a.m
t Accomdatlo..il :10 a. m
MISS CENTRAL R. R
tMnll . 4:35 a.m tMall
Kxpres 10:Ua rn tKxprea..
C. & ST. L. R. H. (Narrow Gauge.)
Exprenn.. 3: a.m I Bxpra : 0 p m
Accom'datlon. 1:35 p.m Accom'datoln l!i:30 p.m
ST.L . I. M. 4 8. R. R.
ExprcM J:iOa.m I tBxpre ...ll:10a m
tAccum nation. x:.'S0p.ra tAccom'datlon ll:45a.m
WABASH, ST. LOUIS 4 PACIFIC R'Y CO.
Mall hi.... 5:00 vm 'Mail A Ex.... :& pm
Dally except Sunday, t Dally.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. R.
jwm wiyw w -w -w m m - - -
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv lAno Running
9 DAILY TRAINS
J From Cairo,
JIakino Direct Connection
TRAtm Lv Caiiki:
Arrtvlncln St. Lonla 8:45 a.m. ; Chlcago,8:30 p.m.;
Coiiiii-ctlnu at Odin and Bfflngham for Cincin
nati, Loulnvillt, ludlanapolia and polnla Eaet.
11:1U .m. Ht. Iouiii unci Western
Arrlvlni! In 8t. Loni7:U5 p. m., and eonnectlnn
for alIpoint Weft.
4:JO p.m. Ktmt Expreaa.
jurSt Lout and fhlcaito, arriving at St. Lonla
tl:40 p.m., and Cbicui'O 7:20 a.m.
4 :UO p.m. (."inc-Inniitt Kxpresa.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:W a.m.; Lounville 7:20
a m.; IndlauapollH 4:00 a.m. Pawengora by
Una trsin rwh tho abovo polnta 1!J to Jo
UuL'RS in advance of any other route.
l-fT-The 4:30 p. m. espri'R has PULLMAN
hLKEPINUCAR Cairo to Clnclnnali, without
change, and through aleepora to St. Loula and
Fast Time Kast.
l.icwlMurovu M lino go through to F.aat.
1 ilM;Ili;t I n ,.ru poluta without any delay
cauatid by Sunday luturvoulng. The Saturday after
noon Irafu from Cairo arrive In new York Monday
morning at 1:35. Thlrty-cix hours lu advauceof
anv other route, ... . .
i'-I'or throuuh tlrkot and rlher Information,
1,1,1V at Illlnol" Central lUUroad Depot. Cairo.
JAa. JOHNSON, J. 1I.JONK8,
Hon. Southern Agent. Tlcael Agent,
A. 11. UANSUN. dim. Pa, Agent. Chlcaeo
IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE.
TRAIN liBAVi CAIHO,
Arkana and Texas Kxpre 1:00 a.m. Dally
ARRIVB AT CAIHO.
Kipre UilO a.m. Dally
Ticket oulco: No. 1 AKant.
Q.E011QE n. LEACII, M. D.
Phvsician and Surgeon,
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
ment of aurgtcal dlvuaau, and dlaoaioi of women
and children. .... . ,
oraco! On 141U itroet, oppoilte tho Pot Offloe,
QR. E. W. WUITLOCK,
Ofnoi No. IS Commorclal Avenu, betwean
Eighth and Ninth Btreuu
JJR. W. 0. J0CELTN,
OFHCK-Elghtk Street, near Comnerclal Arenna
PROPRIETOR Or SPROAT'fl PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WEU
PACKED FOR SHIPFINO.
Oar Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
Q W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
cocilantly on hand
At Seventy-five rents per load.
At one dollar per load.
The "trlmmlne"are coarte ehavlnea and make
the heat sammer wood for cooking pnrpoe a well
the cheapen ever sold In Cairo. For black
rmlth'a ne insetting tlrea, ther are nneqaailed
Leave ynor oraera at ice Tenth atreet wood vara
O w K
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
On and after Monday, J une 7th, and until further
notice the forryboat will make trlpa aa follow:
LIAVia LKAT18 L1AVI
Foot Fonrth at. M'.itourl Land'g. Kentnrky Ld g.
10:00 a. m.
8:80 a. m.
2:30 p. m.
t a. m.
11 a. m.
S p. m.
CAIHO AND NEW MADRID PACKET.
TO NEW MADRID.
W.J. TURNER, Mattor.
J. K. MUSE, Work.
Lcavoi Cairo for New Madrid and war polnta
every Tueaday, 1'hnradar and baturday at I p, m.
iloturnluR leave Now Madrid Wudneaday, Friday,
and Monday at 7 a.m,
For froluht or paasaRB apply to
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. THURSDAY
P M. WAKD,
WOOD, C0AI and ICE,
by the Ton or Car Load, delivered In any part of the
WOOD OF ALL KINDS.
PT" Leave order at my Wood and Coal Office.
8TOVK8 AND TINWARS.
gTOVESl STOVES !1
ALL S0ETS, SIZES AND STYLES1
Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KINDS 09 JOB WOBK DONK TO OBDKB.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo, - - Illinois
rpHE CITY NATNOAL BANK
W. P. HALLIDAT, President.
H. L. HALLIDAT, Vlca-Prealdent.
THOB. W. HALLIDAT, Caahler.
a. eTAAT TATTOl, W. f. BAIXIDAT,
BBMBT L. HA1XIDAT, B. H. 0Vam8BA,
a. o. tixiajuo, tiphi biko,
H. B. OAKBI1.
EicharKfe, Coin and United States Bonds
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Depoettaracelved and a general banking tuslneig
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIE3 CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIER & CO.,
Cor. Nineteenth etreet) Paiwn Til
Commercial Avenne I ttUU, 111
yM. M. BAXTFR & CO.,
PURE LIQUID PAINTS, WHITE LEAD
Zincs, and Colors,
No. 52 Tearl Street. NEW YORK.
Our Liquid Taint are ready for immediate oao on
opening the package, no oil, aplrita of turpentine
or dryer being required,
Purity. We guarantee their abolnte purity and
their freedom from uaryte, clay, alkali, water,
benzine, soap and othor articles which are used to
adulterate liquid paint.
Covering Capacity. Thoy weigh fifteen to nix
teen pound to the gallon, and will cover better
and more surface than any chemical paint or thoao
containing baryteaor clay, a these add weight
Permnnoncr of Color Oreat care hui been taken
In reletting colors for tinting, and we use only p r
mauent color, conaequeutly our tints do not fade.
Convenience- Any ono who can uto a paint
brush can apply thee paint, and being ready for
nan, there 1 no waste or ezcest of material, a la
the cae often when lead, oil and turpentine have
to ho purchased- The color can alwHy be exactly
matched and there 1 n necoxxlty of having two or
three had on the tame building, aa la often the
cane when tint are made experimentally.
Our Pure Liquid Paint are put np in small can
from 1 to 6 lb., and alio by the gallon. In package
fiom raua of X 1 ' and 5 galN., to keg of 10, IB
and 2S gall., and bbla. of 45 gall.
Sample Cud and iceLIta mailed to any ad.
Q0LLIN8 GREAT WINTER
Excursion to New Orleans,
On TutmiDAT, Dicmbib 15, 1881.
The moat dellghtfnl aeaon of the year to vlilt
the Oreacent City. On Thuriday, December IB, at
7 o'clock a. tn., a snoclal train with ampleflratcla
accommodation Including very beat day coaohei,
Pullman palac aleepera, a well kept Kerrenhmeut
car will leave Cairo and run through to New Orleans
via C. St. L. and N. O. R. K.
Bound Trip Fare from Cairo, 112.50.
Tickets good to return for 10 days. The attention
Of the ladle In particular, called to thla excursion.
Tickota for aala at Cairo by Mr. James Ulgga.
MORNING, DECEMBER 15,
IHiile other Baking Towdera
are largely adulterated with
Mtim and other hurtful drugs,
has been hejit unchanged in all
its original puritf and ntmiyth.
The best evidence of its safety
and effect ire urns is the fact of its
ha vi ny rece.irnl the hi best tcsti
innti lain from the most eminent
chnnists in the United States,
who have analyzed it, from its
introduction to the present time.
There are no powder that bear
hltlier chemical tesls, nor wy
that shoie so food results by the
TEST OF THE OVEN.
It is a pure Fruit Acid Baking
Powder. Made by
STEELE & PHICE,
Chicago, 111,, and St. Louis, Mo.,
Manufacturers of Lupnlin Yeast
Gems, Dr. Price's Special Flavoring
Extracts, and Dr. Price V Unique
(t M. ALDEN,
FOR THE SALS Of
Hay, Grain and
Room Mo. 1, up stairs In Cubl's Building,
No. 83 Ohio Levee
The Mary UoUBton will be here sure to-
day, from Cincinnati to New Orleans.
The Ous Fowler was detained until late
last night, on account of the wind on the
The Polar Star, from St. Louis, passed
up tho Ohio with throo empty barges for
The John B. Maud will bo here to night,
from St. Louis for Memphis. Cupt. Brolas
ki is in command.
The Ste. Genevieve passed down lute
yesterday morning, hating been detained
by fog and bad weather.
Tho James W. Gaff and Capt. Robert
Wise passed down to Memphis from Cin
cinnati, with a big trip. She added 50
The Cily of Providence passed down to
Vicksburg last night, with a fair trip of
freight and passengers. Sho added con
The City of Greenville caino from Vicks
burg with a good trip for St. Louis, and 000
bales of cotton for tho C. & V. The Green
ville returns south again 3undy.
Tho rivor is still falling with 10 foot and
0 in'-hiis on the guago. But if tho weather
don't get too cold, tliero will ruoro than
likely bo a little rise on account of the
The Wheeli'r, belonging to tho MiBsis
Bippiuvcr commissnn, passed down to Plum
Point with three barges of rock and ono
barge of coal. She had somo trouble laud
ing here on account of rough river and
. Tho City of New Orleans pass d up to
St. Louis from New Orleans. Sho was
seven days out and had 1,000 tons of
freight, tho largest trip up this season.
The New Orleans follows tho Scudder out
of St. Louis Saturday night.
The City of Helena passed up to St. Louis
from Memphis yesterday morning, after
leaving 200 sacks of cotton seed for tho C.
& V, Captitin Glenn Calvert was sick
when tho boat went down and was still con
fined to his bod when sho left hero.
Business men in Cairo are hopeful of
doing a good holiday trade. They are
doing well now, which gives them encour
agement for the future.
This is not a good year for school tea
chers, clerks, etc." Wio have been in tho
habit of celebrating tho holidays every
year, froo from tho caroof thoir avocations;
for some, of tho principal holidays come on
The seenio ezibltion given in the
opera house last night did much credit to
Messrs Noxon, Daley & Toomy, of Bt Louis,
who furnished tho stage furniture and
managed the ezibltion.
Tho Ilalliday guards have secured Re
form hall, on Tenth street, as an amory and
intend to ocupy it by the 23d instant and
give their ball in it on the 20th. They will
use the first floor for themselves and sub
lot the other.
The rumor that Hon. John II. Oberly
contemplates locating at Loadville, con
tinues to spread among the newspapers of
this and adjoining states, though there
seems to bo no good foundation for it. The
latest effusion with reference to this matter
and Mr. Oberly's new spoliation of
"bishop," is from tho Decatur Republican,
as follows: "We are assured that Mr.
Oberly is not prompted to take this stop
on account of any lack of appreciation of
his talents by the peoplo of Bloomington,
but because of the embarrassing position
in which he frequently finds himself by
reason of his striking rcsomblance to Bishop
Seymour, of the Springfield diocese. John
can keep a perfectly straight face when
some mistaken individual bashfully asks
him to perform the marriage caromony, but
when fond parents interview him on the
subject of baptizing their children, it is a
little too much. Thereforo, ho is compelled
to 'flee unto tho mountains.'"
"I'vo always noticed," says Mrs.
Partington, dropping her voice to the
key that peoplo adopt whon they are
disposed to be philosophical or moral,
'I've always noticed that overy year
added to a man's life has a tenderness
to make him older, just as a man who
goos a journey finds, as ho joga on, that
every milestone brings him nearer to
tho place where he is going and further
from where he started. I haven't got
the exorbiianeo of f.-eling that I onco
had, and I don't believe I shall ever
have it again if I live to tho ago of
Mothusalo, which heaven knows I don't
"And, speaking of long lif, I havn't
any desiro to live any longor than tho
breath remains in my body, if it isn't
nny more than eighty years. I
wouldn't wish to be a centurion, and
the idea of ono surviving her factories
and becoming idiomatio always gives
me a disagreeable censoriousne.ss. But
whatever is to be will bo, and there is
no knowing how a thing will turn out
till it takes' place. Gracious goodnoss!"
she excaimod, as a cracker snapped on
tho floor by her feet; "you might as
well kill a body as frigbten'em to death,
- RjNgola, December 14th, 1881.
Things in Dongola we don't like to see
big boys who ought to go to school eve
ry day sitting at family groceries, spinning
yarns and mixing in horrid cuss words.
Men getting drunk in our saloons, raising
Cain and fighting, and then when brought
before the squire being released from paying
fines, because lor sooth they swear they
were "only in fun." Druggists selling more
whisky than tho licensed saloons, and pay
ing no tax to Dongola for bo doing. But
what is the most hateful of all is to see and
hear men arguing against the bible, and
condemning its teuchiugs. We often see
and bear men thus engaged, who cannot
read corroctly tho most simplo sentence in
a child's first reader, yot in scriptural lore,
they imagine they cannot be excelled. They
want everybody to know that they have
made tho groat discovery that there is no
devil, ana that, as for a futuro punishment,
tliero is no such arrangomont. Further
more, we don't like to hear of Bwitch keys
being stolen, and the signal post on tho
Illiuois Central railroad being torn down.
Such has been the case recently, and if the
ones who are guilty don't come to a halt at
onco when they do halt, 'twill be in the pen
itentiary. About tho last thing, wo don't
like to soe, is two-thirds of the boys ia
town playiug "bull pen," baseball and
other games on Sunday. Things we like
to seo men and women coming to town
to buy necessaries and planking down tho
"white whelps," dollars of our daddies.
We like to see families coming to the saw
mills, buying largo bills of lumber to mako
necessary improvements on their dwellings
and out buildings, and we like to seo II,
Dyer in tho lumberyard as clerk. By tho
way, if anybody wants tho finest of yellow
popUr lumber or lumber from any of the
hard woods, Dongola is the place to buy,
While we don't wish to seo any ono out
of employment in his profession, wo must
bo allowed to say we are glad to see the
doctors doing more oftle.e reading than pro
fessional pructicc. We like to see the
pluck of the farmers as exhibited in hold
ing their wheat off tho market with a view
of getting ono dollar and fifty cents per
bushel. We are not fond of seeing farmers
unprosperouB, but inclined to believe that
when wheat is one dollar and fifty cents
per bushel, thoy are prospering too roach,
therefore we are gtad to soe the decline in
wheat. Everybody must eat bread, and
whon wheat is so very high, thousands of
working men are compelled to eat bread
sparingly, When wheat gets bo high that
it sets peoplo, who are not farmers, to
swinging on their gates and chewing wind
for bread, then it is that we like to see a
change. What we most like to ice, is the
general prosperity of all classes, and that
Booville has failed to make out hli "insani
ty cue" In the Ouitoau trial. Old Tbxk.
Miss Emma Reardon is yet very ill.
Mr. JohnKoehler has returned from hig
trip to Chicago and Milwaukee.
Mr. I. E. Brown, state secretary of tho
Young Men's Christian association of Illi
uois, was in the city Tuesday, on his way to
Metropolis, where he will organize a branch
association. During his stay in this city,
he conversed with several of tho ministers
here relative to organizing a Bimilar associa
tion in Cairo. The strength of tho asso
ciation in the state may be judged in part
from the fact that in nine cities the associa
tion has paid secretaries, who spend their
whole time in attending to the affairs of
Under the head of amusemonts will be
found this morning, an advertisement an
nouncing the coming of Nick Roberts'
IIuinptyDumpty, tho strongest combination
of the kind that has ever attempted to amuse
tho public. The company includes three
ciowns, eitner one tho peer of Charles Fox.
the great originator of Humpty Dumpty.
hick noucrts is not new to our peoplo who
have ken entertained on tho Btatre of tho
eld Atheneum for hours by this comic and
unique entertainment when it was not near-
ly what it now is, and those who saw it
then cn kcarccly imagine tho differ.
as it will be, when placed in all its ampli
tude ot scenory and weird effect on th
mammoth stage of the new opera house.
I lie company will be here next Mondav
and Tuesday, and seats can now bo obtain
ed at the box office at tho announced hours.
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
Positively Two Nliiht'a Only.
Monday and Tuesday, Dcc'r 19 and 20.
Alwitya the Beat.
Th Ordinal and Only,
I CK ROBERTO
and Usptnronslv numerous
Admission aa Usual. -
RfllArVAft ...I. 0un V. ......... J - . . L ' n ' M
I- .1.- eriL . , . viuuurou at ins SOX OmCO,
In the Ttwatre, alx days In sdvsnee, without axtra
J . U UAOBMiK, Builnesa Agtnt.
QAIRO OPKRA HOUSE.
"... i. yjTOii lur iuo nie 01 IICSUIS
in the ooera house buililliiiharnrti. r,.m n ...
Thn hnl nffiM nrlll Ia . . t. . ... . .
o'clock a. m.. i to 4 o'clix-k II. Ill . ainrl A In Q .i.l.b-
P m' CAIUOOKEiiA HOUSE CO.
, Caiiio, Ills., December 10, 1881 .
of tho t ity Natlon.1 Bauk of Cairo, for tho mrpo
ftf .ll..f.( I a ...... .. ,11 . ...... . . .. . . . '
, i t " "V" uireswir win ue ncia at uie olllco
?u0. o"11, lu thl ty,oa Tuday, Juuunry lo,
188'J. Po nnnn .1 111 n' lu,k . Vi-i .' . I
o'ciovkp. in., of Midday.
THU3. W. UALLIDAx, Cashier.
- win iuu piuanuiD iu uiJi'iifJi-fUH aunt
thla buililltif' I now coruulutud and will bu opened
for theatrical performance on
DKCK.MHER 15Tlf. INST.
The liulldititt I" f Iiiro dlmenrlona, having tho an-
fflmplnin n.i fipul It., iip a M..III j lit. im iiMti , t nt I'J
fo (line opera clialrn In llrM and lecond llum. It ia
lliThliilT l)V L'Hrt. llUMlfll llV Htl lllll. Hum thnrnm.h u..,.
Illiiilun, and perfect acouMlc properties; buna
Himu of I ho larKKxt Uo, being 4oxWI jfuet, and full
1'lnof rceneiy of the coftlluat kind; all modern
liniirovemeiitH.aii'icunipl. te appointment of overy
ilNipltitlnii fiiriilihlmr llm t.i.il:..... r... '
..... ... .,. ..w.. , .-.,., uiu mi.iii.iv iwi iiirumu
cm of the moet elaborate character, the whule cou
'tUtiilnu It one ir the iiiiirl perfect bullilliij; lor
ihi'Htr cal performance u the Suiith-weHt. Tho
liropriiuur nave oeen aiiieu in ( lie erect Ion ot
III,. Ill.l lllll.l l,V .1 U Ui. l.')l',.lr,..L- . Nl.,..u .......
- '" 'V - ' " "vnnuiuvn wi'llIllTilll 1.UU1.
vilie, Ky., a architect-; J. W. Keu Iniier Hon, ot
S, I nula ua bill liliipn II If. F...1 u .. . ....I i
- ' ' , m .'nno,vi , lMlinilllIUIIB,
a froacopnli.tur; Noxon. Ileal ly A Tourney, ot
.-l i.iiuin, (ceil puiuiera, i-na iiic ea nz.ure,
carpet, curliiln. upiiolctery md all other appoint
llleut are lu Lho lllL'hunt and uiiihL uimlHrn ail -f
Tho OpenlnK Aildre will he Made by tho
HON. JOHN II. OBERLY,
of nionuilnti'.oD, 111 ,
and will be followed by the premutation by the
FAY TEMI'LKTON OPERA COMPANY,
of the Highly Popular Comlo Opera of
Ou the tilth, the lama nmnnunv will .v.
Popular Comic opera, of r ' " lu",
and on the 17th another popular ploca, with
In the afternoon of the 17th.
Th price will b a follow, via;
To Parquetta and parquott circle, with rater
i wvm .....,,,
Tn Il.n.....ll. ih..., .....
. riuvn. IT niiuuih ,
mvmm . wiiq rvitrvea aeai......
" " without ;
Oiillnn. . '
To Matin, parquette and parqoatta'cVrc'la,.'.
iir.. virviv, , , , ...... ......
Lower boi boldtua four,
i.iuii'r . - BOU
boor will opto at 7:00, and perforaanca -will
commence at 7 48 p. m.
Tick nt a for sale at atoro of D. Eartman, an and
after Wednesday th 7th Inat., t 10 a. a., utll tha
completion of tha box offlce.
. CAtKO OPKRA B0US1 CO.,
By u. 0. RanoMDi, MMM....M.M.Msug Xa,vr