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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: . SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 4, 1882
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SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Noticoaluthlacolumu. eight eenta por Una for
Aral and five cente pur line each u Sequent tneur
lion. For one week. 3UceuU per Una. t or one
month, 60 ceuve )r line.
OjuUts and Fish.
I am daily rocoiviajj fresh Mobile oysters
m bulk, for salt), by tho dozen or hundred.
Especial attention in called to my daily re
ceipts of fresh Red Snapper and other gulf
and game, fish. Depot, Ohio levee, corner
Eighth street. Jacob Klkk.
A. Booth's Extra SclectR
at A, T. DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
liooui For Kent.
A furnished Room for Rent on Walnut at.
Becond door from Eleventh. Inquire at Tub
Bulletin office. (it
at DeBaun's, 60 Ohio leveo.
. Use Thk Cairo Bulletin perforated
scratch-book, made of calendered juto
maiiilla, equally good for ink or pencil. For
sale, in three sizes, at the office. No. 2 and
, S. five and ten cents each by tho singlo one,
by the dozen or by the hundred, no varia
tion in prices.
Extra Select Oysters
at A. T. DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee,
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured and i for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
A. Booth's Extra Selects
at A. T. DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levoe.
A Social Dance.
On the night of Tuesday, the 7th instant,
the Saloon Keeper's Association will give a
grand ball at the Tenth street hall, to which
all are invited to attend. Tickets 50 cents
each, for sale by all members of the associa
A. Booth's Extra Selects
at A. T. DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
To buyers of Ladies, Misses and Chil
dren's shoes; I have decided to close out
the above lino of goods at cost, and
less, and carry a large stock ot Men's, Boy's
and Youth's only. So call and get your
own prices. They must be sold to make
room for spring goods in Men's Boy's and
Youth's fine boots and shoes. II. Block,
Eighth street, between Commercial and
Washington avenue. tf.
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indorsements of physicians or ptttients as
the'colebrated "Tolu, Rock and Rye." Tho
repeated and continued sales of tho article
everywhere arc the best evidence of its real
merits. Letters and te6timonals from every
quarter of tho country, attesting the stim
ulating, tonic and healing effects, are in
possession of, the proprietors, and can be
adduced to convince tho most skeptical
reader ot its intrinsic virtues. Further
commendation is unnecessary and super
fluous, as a trial of this article, having a
pleasant taste and agreeable flavor, will
satisfy all those who are afflicted or pining
away with pulmonary weakness of tho re
lief to bo secured by tho use of Tolu, Rotk
and Rye. Chicago Times.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In thre column,
acu Insertion. Marked
ton wit per line,
Dressed turkeys and chickens, at the
New York store. It.
Uncle Tom, Eva, Topsy and all the rest
at this afternoon and evening.
There have been no further cases of
varioloid iu tho city since last week and
those at tho pest-house aro doing well.
February 21st is tho date and Tho Hal-
liday the place for the grand mardi gras
maaquerado ball of tho K. M. K. C. Don't
fail to attend. It
Mrs. Calahan's brick business and
t dwelling house, cor. 15th and Commercial,
is in thorough repair and ready for rent to
a good tenant.
Lost A gold scarf-pin, on Commercial
avenue, between Sixth and Twentieth
streets. Finder will be rewarded by leav
ing same at this office. it.
One Bridget Roper, a negress, was ar
rested by Officer Mahanny yesterday for
using abusive language. She was fined
five dollars and costs by Justice John II.
Columbus Beacon : "Mrs. John Jones
paid Mr. James EmerBon's family a visit
l5i week. Sho returned homo to Cairo
Saturday, Miss Ada Lester accompanying
; her to remain a few days."
Uncle Tom's Cabin. Superb revival
new scenery; splendid company; greatest
living Topsy. Don't miss It.
Yellow ftveris ragirig at Tenax, Yuca
tan, where there aro 1,700 cases, with a
. death list of 223. Jack will brobably bo
; on hii way up the Mississippi in tbo spring,
t- r and every precaution should be taken by
t" V, .the federal and state authorities to impede
' bia progress.
1 .'..' The pall hearers it the funeral of Mrs.
Oreone were Mr. W. P. Ihlliday, Judgij
Mulkey, Mr. Chas. Pink, Mr. Wood Rittcu
house, Mr. M, F. Gilbert, J udge D. J. Baker,
Mr, W. B. Gilbert aud Mr. Q. II. Caodeo.
Extraordinary Announcement. To go
to Uncle Tom's Cabin. Improve tho op
Fine stock of drossed poulty turkeys
and chickous, fur salo at tho New York
store. 1 It-
A grand opening lunch will bo given
by Messrs. Bower & Barbeo, at tho European
restaurant, on Ohio leveo, to-night from
0 till 13 o'clock. It
About scventy-fivo couples of young
people gathered at tho Tenth street hall
last night, and enjoyed a social dance. It
was given under tho auspices of a number
of young ladies, and was about as pleasant
a little affair of its kind as ever occurs.' It
was close unto daylight, when the merri
ment ceased and the happy crowd dispersed.
At Oilroy, California, two girls were
examing a half pound of powder spread out
upon a bod to dry, when the stuff became
ignited from a spark that fall from a cigar
ette which one of thorn was smoking, and
bothwero severely burned. Tho incident
presents emno novel features, but it is not
the first time that girls have been defaced
John Henry is the name of a negro boy
who has been stealing Thk Bulletin from
the premises, of ono or more of ourup-town
subscibers. Terhaps ho doesn't know that
to do so was a crime, punishable by lino or
imprisonment or both; but it is, and the
sooner ho impresses this fact upon his mind
the better, There are also other "John
Henry's" whoso identify is not now known
hut it will doubtless be sooner or later
revealed unless tboir depredations coasc.
A fine gold medal is being prepared
by Mr. E. A. Buder, which is to be pre
sented to the best drilled member of tho
Halliday guards in about three weeks from
now. The medal represents a knap-sack,
with folded blanket, hanging from s pair
of crossed arms. It will be solid gold and
well worth striving for by every member of
the company. Tho company will go into
drill for tho contest within the next few
It is said that Oov. Cullom will issuo
a proclamation, by which the Illinois leg
islature will convene in special session in
about three weeks. It is claimed that
among tho subjects ho will name for legis
lation, will bo a revision of the criminal
code of the stato. lie is also urged to in
clude tho subject of a civil code of proced
ure. If he does so, it would probably re
sult in tho appointment of commissioners to
prepare and report a code at the regular
session of the legislature next winter.
The late Mr. Singer of sewing machine
fame, was married to various ladies. One
of the widows recently married again and
probably out of respect for the eternal
rythm of things married another singer.
M. Rcubsact, otherwise tho'Duke de Campo.
Sal ice, a touor of considerable note, who
has recently distinguished himself by pre
senting 10,000 francs to the Paris conserva
tory fur the purchase of musical instru
ments. The duke is represented to be a
clever sort of chap and for that reason
everybody will hope that the "lock-stitch"
by which he is now united may not bo- un
raveled. The remains of Mrs. W. II. Green ar
rived from tho south yesterday forenoon
and tho funeral took place as announced in
The Bulletin yesterday morning. The
remains were taken from tho home of Judge
Green to the Episcopal church, where Rec
tor Davenport conducted services. From
tho church tho remains wore taken to the
steamer Gus Fowler to be transported to
Morganfield, Ky., for buriah Tho hearso
was followed by a number of carriages and
by a very largo concourse of poople
friends of deceased and faaiily to tho
church and to tho boat.
Mr. R. II. Rosborough was in St. Louis
last Wednesday, and had a conference with
Mr. II. W. Smithers, receiver for the Cairo
& St. Louis. Mr. Smithers said that tho
railroad Bhops will cevtainly be located at
Sparta, and as soon as arrangements are
completwLfor conveyance of tho land, the
contracts will bo let. The report that the
C. & St. L. is leased by Paramore was a
canard, and is totally without foundation.
It is not probable now that tho lease will
bo effected. It was also reported that Mr.
Chas. Hamilton would not bo retained as
superintendent. This was a mistake. Mr.
Hamilton will remain where he has already
proved his efficiency. Plaindoalcr. ,
January 28th, just passed was the an
niversary of what was at ono time doemed
the most important discovery of the con
tury, for on that day 1807, Pall Mall, Lon
don, was first lighted by gas. The Idea of
using tho fluid for illuminating purposes
first occured to William Murdock, a Scotch'
man employed in the mines at Redruth,
Cornwall. There was much opposition and
ridicule to its introduction into London,
but tho credit of its final success was due
to auermau named winser. It was noar
ly four years later, on the last night of 1810,
when a company organization had been
perfected and London bridgo was lighted
by gas. Its progress as a general illumi
nator was very slow however, as tho peo
ple's prcjudioo wero overcome with very
grcot difficulty. ' . '
Dont forget tho mardi graa masquer
ado ball to be given by the K. M. K.C.at
The Halliday on the 21st. It
Toncy Fost's oysters 8t Louis, and the
best New York count and Baltimore shell
oysters, bulk and canister, at Messrs. Bow
ers & Burbee's reeturant, Ohio Jeveo. It.
Top-throwing boys aro a nuisance Sn
tho populous thoroughfares of the city.
Thoy "break windows, interrupt travel, in
jure ponplo and excito them to eloquent
profanity. Abato the nuisance.
Little Willie Boylo met with an acci
dent on Eight street yesterday evening,
which may cause him to bo laid up for some
littlo time. He was riding along tho side
walk on a velocipede when the machine
suddenly broke and he was thrown to the
ground. In falling ho struck a sharp ob
ject of some kind, which tore an ugly
wound in the flesh just back of the left
hip. Dr. Smith dressod tho wound Boon
after and the littlo fellow will be alright
again after a whilo.
Elsewhere in this issue appears tho
advertisement of Messrs. Bowers & Barbec,
a new firm, which has taken charge of Mr.
Louis Herbert's European hotel and restau
rant, ou Ohio leveo. Mr. Chas. F. Bowers
is well known in this city as an experi
enced bartender, and his partner, Mr. J.T.
Barbec, has been long connected with tho
Monarch, Millet & Standard distillery, of
Owensboro, Ky. Both are young men of
energy and good business qualifications who
in their new enterprise deserve tho pat
ronage of the general public and will re
ceive it. Their kitchou and restaurant will
be in running order this morning, and to
this department they will give special at
tention, supplying it with all tho luxuries
the western and southern markets will
afford, and having skilled cooks and wait
ers. Tho bar will bo supplied with choice
goods only. Old Kentucky whiskies,
Shlitz's Milwaukee beer and pure Havana
cigars will always be staples in the stock. ,
Reform hall on Eight street was packed
laBt night with temperance people, to listen
to and take part in the proceedings and ex
ercises of the Young People's club. Mr.
Will Williamson, tho new president, was in
the chair, Miss Edith Martin, tho now sec
retary, was at her post of duty and Miss
Ella Kent, the new organist was at the or
gan. -The new constitution was also on
hand, but its consideration and adoption
were deferred until tho next regular meet
ing. Tho exercises was the order of busi
ness next succeeding and were unusually
interesting. Thoy consisted of a recitation
from Loren Green : a vocal solo by Miss
Annie Pitcher, rendered in her character
istically beautiful style; a lcclamation by
Mr. George Corlis, which was much ad
mired, and then a charade, consisting of
three acts, in which six members of the
club took part and the solution of which
was "Hood Wink." A song closed the
Manager T. W. Shields has concluded
arrangements with Mr. W. M. Tobin, agent
for the Emma Abbott Opera company, who
was in the city yesterday, by the terms of
which this very popular and famous troupe
will fippcar upon the opera house stage in
this city on the. 13th inst., in the opera en
titled "Martha." That the opera house
will be crowded upon this occasion, and
will number among its audionce represen
tative citizens from nearly all our neigh
boring towns, is a foregone conclusion.
The appearance of persons upon the Btage
of tho Cairo opera house, whose names and
talent are the subjects of favorable criticism
in all the great cities of the world, must,
of necessity, be a great benefit to Cairo
cannot fail to attract the public eye and
command the good opinion of the outside
world. The opera house will do its share
in tho work of compelling tho respect for
Cairo of the country at large, and it will be
assisted in this good work by "The Halli
day" and the recently established new
manufactories and other new institutions
which the near future has in store for us.
An Elco correspondent of Thursday's
Argus says: "Something of the nature of
a protest, or obligation is being circulated
and very extensively Bigned by the men do
iny business' on this end of the narrow
guace railroad, pledging thcmselvss to
trade no more with the city of Cairo so long
as said railroad is not allowed the privilege
of building its track on good ground, and
above high water, through the city limits.
The late injunction, stopping tho company
from making a permanent and safe track,
has bocu tho source of great inconvenience
and damage to tho people living on the
lino of this road. It also damages Cairo,
by cutting off supply, to some extent, of
what little produce tho people have to spare.
It is earnestly hoped that by another winter
some arrangements may bo mado to rem
edy this evil." If it wore true that the
"somothing in tho nature of a protest," to
which rcferenco is made in the above item,
was being circulated at tho instence of the
officers of the Cairo and St. Louis railroad
company, then there would bo some ground
for despising tho company because of em
ploying such silly tac tics to force the city
to change its policy toward the company.
But it appears that this is not the ctso. Tho
correspondent does not say, nor even insin
uate, that the railroad company is eithor
directlj or indirectly responsible for tho
circulation of "the something ;" on the con
trary ho leaves tho rcador of the item un
der tho impression that "tho something" is
being circulated by gome merchant who,
with a number of other merohantB, and
farmers, is dissatisfiied because their rail
road communication with Cairo is cut off.
In view of these facts tho quarter-column
tirade of the publisher of the Argus ajainst
the railroad company was entirely uncalled
for. Tho officials of tho company hero
deny that tho company is any way, or to
any extout whatever, responsible for the
circulation of the "something;" but admit
that Col. Hamilton, superintendent of the
"very narrow guage" road, offered tho poo
ple living along the lino of his toad, in this
county, from Beoch Ridgo north, freo pass
es to St. Louis and the same freight rates
from St. Louis to their homes as has been
charged from Cairo. "But," says the Cairo
official of tho road, "this was not done out
of malice toward Coiro it was not done in
order to injure Cairo and force her city
council to make concessions which it has
refused to make. It was done as an act of
humanity to the people of Elco, Beech
Ridge, Hodges Park and other places whose
rail connection with Cairo is broken; who
hove depended In the past upon Cairo and
tho narrow guage road for their dry-goods,
their provisions and groceries and the food
for their stock." For this act of kindnesB
(and such it was if the official speaks truly)
to the people of tho country towns along
the line of his road, Col. Hamilton dosorvos
naught but praise. If what the publisher
of the Argus assumed to be the truth were
tho truth, then The Bulletin would en
dorse all ho said, with tho exception of tho
statement that "the company (meauing tho
presout company, of course) agreed to keep
the levee iu repair and protect it," which is
not strictly true.
The Argus is "surprised now to Ic&rn
from tho morning paper, that Mr. Daniel
has done nothing so far in the prosecution
of tho work of building the Cairo water
works, but laying out tho ground." And
Tub Bcixetin is "surprised" to learn that
anv ono who could read and understand the
Enulish lauguage, as we have some reason
to believe the editor of tho Argus is able
to do, should, understand any such foolish
thing from "the morning paper." If there
is any one thing, in which tho editor of the
Amus exhibits mure talent than most or
dinary mortals, it is in "understanding,"
either too much or not enough of any cer
tain thing. His understanding partakes
largely of tho qualities of India rubber;
and he has the habit of stretching it or al
lowinjr it to contract, according to the
dictates of his prejudices which are monu
mental in proportions and deep rooted,
asserting themselves in matters of -largo as
well as small importance, and consistently
ignoring every rulo of fairness and any
truth, which may, lie between them and
their purpose. If tho editor had read "the
morning paper's" item through, or if it did,
had, by a Uerculean effort, divestod himself
for the the time being, of his leather specks
and his prejudice, he would have seen that
the morning poper" said, not only that
Mr. Daniel had "laid out tho ground," but
that ho had also (to use the exact
language of the "morning paper") "been
visiting various large iron moulding
establishments in the east, with a view to
making a contract for furnishing the nec
essary machinery, .piping, etc., for the
water works. He has succeeded in making
contracts with soveral of them for furnish
ing different portions of the iron to bo
used in the construction of the works, and
we are left to understand that these foun
dries are even now at work preparing the
material for the Cairo water works." "Thus
endeth the second lesson," and The Bulle
tin hopes, though somewhat against hope,
that it will bo better understood than was
It appea..: that an enterprising re
frigerator man lives in Philadelphia. Thi?
man proposes to embalm Guiteau's bod.,
after tho execution, and then to exhibit it
in all the principal cities of this country,
afterwards taking it to Europe. It is said
that an answer to the speculator's proposi
tion has been received from Scovillo, say
ing that the relatives of Ouiteau aro in
clined to think favorably of the enterprise.
It should be stated, in this connection, that
the Philadelphia man does not intend to
embalm the body, in tho ordinary sense of
the word, but rather to preserve it by cold,,
the plan being to carry tho interesting sub
ject about in a special refrigerator car.
The Philadelphia man has assured an in
terviewer that the cooling apparatus will
bo concealed "by silk hangings," and that
the body will be so disposed as to '"look as
natural as possible. Tho form will be dress
od just as in life, and the foatures will re
tain the expression they bore immediately
after they becomo fixed in death. This
will result from the state of perfect preser
vation in which tho entire corpso will be
retained by my refrigerating apparatus."
The exhibitor further states that ho expects
to make nearly half a million for himself
out of the speculation and as much moro
for theGuitcau family, which he adds, "will
bo Borne consolation to them after what
they have suffored." There really seems to
be somo chance that the grotesquo sciicmo
may be carried out, and tho awful offense
to their idea of the proprieties it would
give our stylish cousins, is enough to make
the average American indulge in a wicked
wish that tbo Philadelphia man may suc
ceed. It would be simply delightful to
read the comments of tho Times on tho
subject and to note tho horror of the union
hating standard. What a theme thoso
newspapers would havo in dilating the
hard-hoartodneHs'and flippancy and frivolity
which come with republican institutions.
We could probably endure all that, though,
after all, Guiteau's family are the only ones
who can object.
ROLL OF HONOR.
room no. 0. man scnooL buildino.
Nellie Morehead Willie Turner
Alfred Anderson Lulu Bush
Minnie Kochlcr Lizzie Steltzer
Ralph Wilson Delia Haynos i
Herbert Robbins ' Mayo Farrin
Willie Zoller Lily Chalmers.
Tho abovo named pupils have been
neither absent nor tardy during the past
month, and have an examination average of
90 or more. Etta Fobs, Teacher.
The caso of Messrs. Louis C. and Frank
Herbert was again the order of business
at tho opening of county court yesterday
morning. Eight jurors had been obtained
the day before andby noon yesterday the
other four wero obtained. The mmes of
the twolve are: O. G. Wickert, Chas.
Hodges, Samuel Burger, E. P. Sturgis,
Cliss. D.Young, Wm. Kendall, Wm. Wag
goner, A. Arnout, Frank Koehler, Goorge
Ray, Julius Serbian, John Riley. Court
adjourned about twelve o'clock until 2:110
in the afternoon, in order to give thoso con
nected with the trial, who might wish to
attend tho funeral of Mrs. W. H. Green, an
opportunity to do bo.
When court again convened the exami
nation of witnesses was begun. Mr. O. M.
AMcn was the first witness examined, and
he was kept on tho stand for over two hours.
After him Dr. Petrio was placed upon the
Btand, and pending the examination of this
witness, court adjourned until eisjht o'clock
There was some wrangling in the evening
over tbo question of holding a night ses
sion. Tho court had determined to do so
in ordr to insure a completion of the case
ou trial by to-night. But the attorneys on
the defense objected, because two of them
had engagements which were imperative
and would prevent them from attending.
But upon a promise that they would do all
they could, without compromising the in
terests of their clients, toward concluding
tho caso to-day, the court changed his mind
and adjoarued over until this morning at
States Attorney Damron is now assisted
in the prosecution by Judge Duff, of Car
MRS. LOUISE GREEN.
The telegrams, which arrived a few days
ago, announcing the sad nwws of the death
of Mrs. Green, were received with unfeigned
sorrow by tho many friends of Judge Orccn
and his gentle wife. That the sorrow was
genuine, was fully shown by the large at
tendance of relatives and friends, at the
Church of the Redeemer. It was the last
request of Mrs. Green, 'ere she passed away,
in the southern city, nfar from home, where
her devoted husband had taken her, hoping
to arrest tbo fatal disorder, that her funeral
services should take place in the Church of
the Redeemer, and be conducted by Rector
Davenport. Attended by her bereaved
husband and two sons, Dr. and Mrs. Green,
of Mt. Vernon, and the judge's sister, Mrs.
Ilancy and son, of Bloomington, and Miss
Crcary, her devoted neice and attendant,
with a number of the moRt intimate friends
of the family, her remains, in a handsome
casket, covered with tho most beautiful
floral emblems, were taken from the resi
dence to the church. Thoy were met at the
door by Rector Davenport, who preceded
them to the chancel, reciting the opening
sentences of the impressive services for the
burial of the dead, "I am the Resurrection
and tho Life." The exquisite hymn, "Rock
of Ages," followed, sung by Mrs. W. F.
Halliday and Miss Pitcher, who also sang
with deep foeling, assisted by Mr.
Hacker and Mr. Beyea during the services,
tho hymn, "Lead Kindly Light," and 'I
Heard a Voico from Heaven." The whole
service was beautifully rendered and well
calculated to impress most deeply the large
aud reverent congregation. The Christmas
greens hung in graceful festoons above the
quiet, firm and peaceful face that looked as
if alsoep. Tho flowers, which she loved so
dearly in life, wero about her with thoir
fragrance and loveliness. Tho casket reei
od upon a bier, draped with a black pall,
bearing a white cross with tho initials,
"L. G." in gold upon it. A mngniflcent
crown of white zapronicas, surmounted by
a cross of English violots, was placed on
tho head of tho casket ; below it was a
wreath of exquisite tea roses in wax; then
a beautiful cross and anchor, in natural
flowers, and on tho foot rested another
cross with a pure calla lily for its centre.
Tho casket was wreathed with tho wax like
loaves and tiny blossoms of smilax, and at
the foot of the bier was a handsome cross
of immortelles with the name, "Louise
Green," upon it, embroidered in white silk
upon black velvet. Tho cross upon tho
altar and tho altar itself, wero draped in
black, which softened the brightnesss of the
Christmas decorations and accorded with
the solemn and sweet strains of the organ,
aud tho tearful faces of those who mourned
for one, "cut down liko a flower.", At tho
conclusionjof the services, the largo con
gregation followed tho remains to Ohio
levee, where tho steamer was taken, which
convoyod them on their way to Morgan
field, Ky., the childhood homo of Mrsi
Green, whero sho had expressed a wish to
bo laid to rest. '
'Thfl warmest sympathy of the whole
community is extended to Judge Green and
his family in their bereavement. "Blessed
are the dead who die in tho Lord ; for they
Test from their labors." O.
now the hearts of a crowd, swell and
throb with pitiless hatred against tho man
who coughs during tho performance at a
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invest twonty-nve cents in a bottle or Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup.
(J RAND OPERA HOUSE.
OH EAT MUSICAL EVENT.
Monday, February 13
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WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRU
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Complete and perfect In every detail, Artlata,
Cboraaea and Urand Orcbeatra, formlnc an en. .
aemble which for raeignHadtt and merit baa never
beeo equaled oa the English Lyric BUh'o.
litinKuhd Artists ICngagad:
KM HA AHBOTT, America'! moat eucceeifnl and
popular Prima DoDna.
J I'LI K RON a. W A LI), Prima Donna Soprano, lata
of Ort-ndeD Keyal Opera.
LIZZIK ANNAN ItAI.K, The Contralto Queen,
late of Mrkorh Opera Coaipany.
CLEJaTKN'flNK BUNllKl'E. a .Beautiful and W
MAKIE HlNPLK. Hnprano.
GKORUR AH'I.EHY, Tenor.
AHTUliK TAMH. Haifa Itarltone.
VAl.KNTI.S t KKAHttlNI, Tenor, lata of Maple
on' London Opera Company.
O EOKtJK CO.V L Y. for many years aonneeted with
the btrkoch Opera Company, and nnlveraally
known a the granduat IJaaao i'rofuhdo an toe
ALON'XO-STOPDABD. the Celebrated Birltflae.
GKOMiK OLM1. Baeao Cantata, lata of Carl
Roeit'a Opera Company. I
WiLLUM HKODKUICK, Pirltone.and
WILLIAM CAsTI.Ki tbeVavorlta Tenor.
Direr tor of Munlc and Conductor, EltfN'OB
FULL G1IOKUS AND
GRAND ORCHESTRA. "
Monday Evening at B. will ba pree ntod Flotawa
With an Unparalleled Caat.
Popular Opera Prices:
1 'KiervedBuat, Parqnet'e end Perqnette Circle
$1.60. Admlenlon tl.O". Dreee circle reeerved I
eala 11.13. Adnl)eln7!Sc. Gallery Me. ,
Koala can be aecarcd by telegraph or mall.
Saturday, Feb. 4th.
MATIN'EE ATS P. M.
ANTHONY & ELLIS'
UNCLE TOM'S CABIN
Miss Kato Partington.
The greatest living TOPSY In Sow
uances ana tfanjo soios.
TIIKMIOMrillS UNIVERSITY ,
HTUUKXTS.fn the popular no-
gro molcKlioH of tlm day.
Our pack of Imported SUnimoth Tralud Mood
honniU, and the know trig donkry, Tony.
New and Boautllal Hcennry and Stsgo Effocta
Parquetteaad Parquetto Clicle 7S eta
I)rea Circle .ao eta
Uallnry 25 eta
Children tinder 12 ..15 eta
Adulta 35 cta '
No extra charge for rcnerved aeata.
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
2 Tlfflita Only.
February Gthand 7th.
Tbo famoaa artist.
RocognlBed and aaliiUd by tho world aa at the
very htmd of their brilliant art, and
TAYLEURE-S SPLENDID CASTS.
Monday Eevenlnsr Feb. 6th,
First performance In thla city er C. V. Taylonre'a
cololiraled play (eipreanly adapted for Mra. Chan
frail) TUB "NKW KA8T LYNNE."
Lady Iaahollo Hanrletta Chanfran
' A groat performance, and deattned to run own."
f8t. Ionia Republican.
Tuesday Evening, Feb. 7th,
First tlmo hero of
X7"rrp Thn Arkanaito
PyKdward Kpcncor fc C. W. Tavletire.
"Tho best Am rlcan comic drama of ltclaa."-
Now York Hnrald
WltntrMcd by ono million of auditors at Hooth'a,
wallank'e and all II rut-clam theatrea It baa
ronllii'd Mr. Chanfran over lino.roo.
KIT REDOING F. 8. CUANFKAU
OHABLII r. BOWin.
)1IQ. T. BABfill.
BOWEIl & BARBEE,
PROPRIETORS OF HERBERT'S
Hotel and Restaurant,
City National Bank,
AUV IXjAjCW ,j.
lfSpoolal attention Riven to tho Rentaniant Da-
pertinent, which will bo aupplled with Btltlmora
and Mobile Oyatora, and all klnda of iiaine and flak
In their aeaenn. HkiUod cooka and wtitort en
liar atocked wltk the beat brand or Rontntk
whlakloa, and all other flrat-claaa Llqnne, cU' .
to, Boallta'e Milwaukee Beer ou draught. tf f