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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 5, im.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
Office: Bulletin Building, Washington Avenue
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Oysters and Fish.
I am daily receiving fresh Mobile oysters
in bulk, fur sale, by tlie dozen or hundred.
Especial attention is called to my daily re
ceipts of frt'Bli Red Snapper and other gulf
and game, tlth. Depot, Ohio levee, corner
Eighth (street. Jacob Ki,kk.
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at A. T. DeBaun's, 56 Ohio levee.
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second door from Eleventh. Inquire at The
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mauilla, equally good for ink or pencil. For
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3. five and ten cents each by tho single one,
by tho dozen or by the hundred, no varia
tion in prices.
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ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured and for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
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A Social Dance.
On the night of Tuesday, the 7th instant,
the Saloon Keeper's Association will give a
graud ball at the Tenth street hall, to which
all are invited to attend. Tickets 50 cents
each, for sale by all members of tho associa
tion. 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 line of goods at cost, and
less, and carry a large stock of Men's, Boy's
and Youth's only. So call and get your
own prices. They muut be sold to make
room for spring goods in Men's Boy's and
Youth's lino boots and shoes. II. Block,
Eighth street, between Commercial and
Washington avenue. tf.
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repeated and continued sales of the article
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quarter of tho country, attesting the stim
ulating, tonic and heal'ng effects, aro in
possession of the proprietors, ami can be
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reader ol 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 alllicted or pining
away with pulmonary weakness of the re
lief to be secured by the use of Tolu, Rock
and Rye. Chicago Times.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In theae column, ten cent per line,
tch Insertion. Marked '
A chimney-sweep is in the city.
Rev. A. J. Hess preaches at tho Bap
tist church to-day, morning and evening.
Street cleaners did noblo work ou tho
Blandville, Puducuh and several other
Kentucky towns have, since tho high wa
ter, been receiving their mail via Cairo.
The singer sewing machine company'i
works in this city will probably start up
Memorial services for Rev. Vf. II
Whitaker will bo held in tho Mothodist
church this morning at eleven o'clock.
An entire new programme will bo pro
duced on tho Coinique stago this week-
End a number of new stars will produce new
End novel performances. 1 1
Chester will celebrate mardi gras this
year with a parade during the day and a
ball at night. Tho W.C. & W. R. R. will
run a special train upon the occasion.
The ferry boat, Three States, will niako
ED excursion trip to Wicklillu this afternoon
leaving tho terry landing at 2 o'clock
Faro for round trip twenty five cents. It
Because of the falling in of tho crown
walls of its furnaces, the elevator has been
compelhd to temporarly stop operations.
It will bo but a few days, however, when
all will bo in working order again.
Lost: At Opera House yesterday,
E .baby's htmvy gold ring, with letters "8.
J. It." engraved on inner side. Finder
will be suitably rewarded by leaving same
Et this office or at C. R. Stuart 'a store. It.
Itseems that Seoville, sh the dispatches
of E day or two since, announced, but as
few bolitjvod, is really not averse to the ex
hibition of Ouiteau'r body as a source of
profits. This throws new light ou Scoville'i
Character. It is an uuprofessirg as an oil
Murphysboro's council passed tho or
dinance reducing the saloon license in that
town to two hundred from two hundred
and fifty dollars per annum, over tho may
Dr. Parker was called upon Thursday
to dress the hand of an employe of tho Wa
bash railroad at this point, which had been
badly crushed in coupling cars. Tho in
jured man's name is Patrick Masterson.
Mr. William and Miss Lizzie Dauorn
heim, who have been visiting tho family of
Mr. John Rees for a while, returned to
their home in St. Louis yesterday evening.
They will bo greatly missed by the many
friends they made hero.
The opera ' house was crowded with
ladies and children yesterday afternoon,
attending tho matineo given by the An
thony & Ellis company. Tho goneral ver
dict was very complimentary to the com
pany. Tho sociable, which was to have been
given by tho Methodist church ladies at
tho residence of Mayor N. B. Thistle wood
next Tuesday, will bo given at tho residence
of Mrs. P. W. Barclay instead, pursuant to
a later agreement.
Pinckneyville Democrat: The work
men on this end of tho new railroad, who
are engaged in laying side tracks and put
ting in switches here, will be transferred
to Murphysboro next week, to put in the
necessary side tracks, switches, etc,
( Evidently Mr. George Fisher's manage
ment of the custom house at this point has
been eminently satislactory to the depart
ment at Washington, for he has been reop
pointcd to the position of surveyor of cus
toms at this point, which ho has held for so
In a few days the Mystic Krcw will
have ready for distribution elegant sou
venirs of the coming masquerado ball,
gotten up in the highest perfection of tho
present stylo of typographical art. It will
bo something worth keeping, and will bo
a synopsis of tho entertainment they pio
pose to provide for the guests.
The ladies of tho Presbyterian church
will give a "paper sociable" on the 16th of
February at the residence of Wood Kitten
houso, Esq. A "paper sociable," we be
Hcve, means that tho rooms aro decorated
with paperB, those who attend and choose
to do so, wear paper costumes.
The ground hog of Candle mas day
received very little attention, probably be
cause his promenade was an exceedingly
short one frightened back by his shadow,
he will not be heard from again for six
long winter weeks. The sun shone clear
and bright all day.
Pulaski Patriot: "Considerable ap
prehension was felt in regard to the levee
near Ilambleton's mill, where it was rather
lower than at any other point. It has been
repaired and built higher, and is now
stronger tnan ever. We do not consider
that tho town has heon in danger of an
overflow atuny timothis season."
The Krew have been fortunate in se
curing the services of Prof. Terpuet's Anna
baud for the coming Mardi Qras ball. This
is a guarantee that they will have good
music such that will delight tho lovers of
good music, and enablo tho trippers to
"trip the light fantastic" still more lightly.
The Cairo stroet railroad company has
procured another car, and will, as soon as
the necessary turnout aro constructed, run
three cars for tho accommodation of the
public. One of tho two new turnouts are
to be located between Seventh and Eighth
streets, and tho other near Twenty-eighth
The brick smoko stack, belonging to
tho ways mill at Mound City, fell down
last Wednesday. It had been for some
time out of plumb owing to tho giving way
of tho foundation. Tho water from tho
river surrounded it, ami it is supposed still
further weakened tho foundation, which
caused its fall. Tho structure was built in
1850 and was something over fifty feet
Among tho many attractions of tho
Mystic Krcw Mardi Gras ball will bo an
elegant supper for tho entertainment of
the Krew's guests, and none better than
Mine Host Parker knows how to set one.
It will bo first clasB in fact everything
connected with the masquerade will bo in
keeping with tho surroundings.
The elegant palaco car of tho Anthony
& Ellis "Undo Tom's Cabin combination
arrived about fivo o'clock yesterday morn
ing, and stood on Ohio levee, near Sixth
street, all day. It was visited by many cit
izens and its interior greatly admired. It
is said to have cost eighteen thousand dol
lars. It is certainly equal to any mansion
in tho country as regards general conven
lenco and beauty of fluis'i.
To make a town prosperous everything
should bo purchased at home instead o
sending to tho cities, as in this way the
money will circulate among us instead o
going abroad to return no more Our pco
ploin purchasing their inerchandiBOshouU:
patronize our homo merchants and give
them that support which they morit as men
of cnterpnzo who bavo invested their capi
tul in our midst.
Tho pulpits in tho various churches of
the city will all bo occupied to-day by gcu
tlemeu learned in scripture and sacred liter
aturo generally, to whoso discourses it wil
be a pleasure and profit to listen. Music of
voice and instrument by cultivated choirs,
will also lend its elevating influence to.
ward making the services more impressivo
and attractive. Tho churches should be
crowded with peoplo both morning and
The verdict of tho coroner's jury hold
ing railroad men responsible for the late
Spuyten Duyvil disaster has been supple
mented by indictments of a grand jury
against the conductor and a brakeman of
tho wrecked train, charging them with
murder in tho fourth degree. Unfortun
ately tho grand jury contents itself with
merely censuring tho superintendent and
managers of the road, who seem to have
been in this case quite- as guilty as their
The Krew are arranging to havo a full
supply of costumes here for tho Mardi Gras
ball at The Halliday. They will havo cv-
ery style and description, representing the
lilTerent ages of all nations and climes,
Thoso not engaged previously to tho night
of the ball will be on sale at The Halliday
on tho night of tho ball for the nccommoda-
tion of those who may determine to mask
even at the eleventh hour.
Officer George E. Olmsted has resigned
his position as member of the night police
force of the city of Cairo. Tho reasons as
signed are that ho could not faithfully per
form the duties of tho position without pre
judice to hia health, and that he has an op
portunity to do better ho may take a trip
to tho sunny south both for business and
pleasure. During his career as a member
of tho Cairo police force, Mr. Olmsted was
watchful, energetic and uniformly faithful
to the interests entrusted to him. His res-
ination will probably bo acted upon by the
city council at its meeting next Tuesday.
"Uncle Tom's, Cabin" by tho Anthony
& Ellis company drew a very good houso at
the opera house last night. Tho gallery
and dress circle were crowded, and the
parquette circle was also nearly full
Tho audience was composed of the fashion
andculturo of tho city and was highly
pleased with the performance throughout.
Tear3 filled many eyes at the effecting
scenes in which Uncle Tom, littloEva and
her father took a part, and Topsy never
failed to raise a laugh when she tried.
The play as a whole and every part was
certainly performed to the entire satisfaction
of the entire audience.
Hie Mystic Krew, in making their ar-
rangements for their grand masquerade
ball havo displayed their good sense and
judgment in procuring The Halliday as the
place in which to hold it. No other place Cair0 St- LoU18 railroad company, al
in our city could supply the conveniences though ho does not show courage enough
that tho Krew require, giving as they al- to acknowledge his error in a manly way;
ways do first-class entertainments. At The
Halliday, those who may not wish tu co
through the streets in mask can havo rooms generosity in its action toward the country
and dress without inconvenience. The people along its line. And in view of these
Krew have engaged the necessary dressing facts The Bulletin docs not believe even
cloak, ana examination rooms, conveniences 1,10 umn (,f' tho ArKU9 '9mean enough to ins
requisite to carrying out the intentions fully, titu, proceedings against tho company for
not afforded by any other place in tho city
At the regular meeting of tho city
council next Tuesday night, some arrange
ments will bo made to acknowledge, in a
befitting manner, tho action of the Anchor
line steamboat company, in complimenting
this city by naming their latest, and one of
their finest steamers, "Tho City of Cairo."
It is not vet known what
action will bo- takon by the
city council, but that it will be suit
able to tho occasion may be relied upon,
It will be nearly a mouth before tho river
will be sufiicieutly low to permit her to be
launched at Jeffersonville, and between
Tuesday next and tho time of tho boat's
arrival at our wharf ample provision can
be made, even to the extent of having an
elegant set of colors made.
Mr. Pliocion Howard, the well known
newspaper correspondent, was arrested for
carrying and flourishing in a dangerous
way, a gun or pistol in the city of Danville
few days ago. Tho case came up before
Justice of the Peaco It. B. Smith. The
prosecution was represented by tho city at
torney and one or two other lawyers, and
Mr. Howard employed between twelve aid
sixteen lawyers, most of them being
"Honorables" and "Judges," and tho little
court room was packed with eagre Bpecta
tors. The argument was interesting, though
lengthy, in Bpito of tho insignificance of
tho cose, and at tho end of about an hour
aud a half the justico decided that the
stato law under which the case was brought,
being tho ouo entitled, "an act to regulate
the traffic in deadly weapousand to regulate
tho sale thereof to minors," was uncun
stitutional, and dismissed tho caso. "Old
Phocion walked over tho law," says the
Bloomington Bulletin, "and now rejoices
in the belief that ho has vindicated his
constitutional right to carry his old gun
concealed if he wishes to do so or to flourish
it in a boisterous manner whenever an im
prudent constable approaches him with his
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time, be elected to tho supremo court."
-Metropolis Democrat: "Last Monday
Congressman Thomas at tho instigation of
M r. J osepn r. Hooarts, of Mound City, in-
irouueou a uia in congress appropriating
tho modest sum or f 33,000 to build a road
irom tno steamooat lauding at Mouud City
to tno national usmetary near that place,
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uiB.miuo in um.ui ii.reo louruis ot a milo
Mr.aooartsissnnt attlio expense of tho
pooplo of Mound City as a special lobbyist
to induce the governor to do something for
tuat dilapidated ourg -Mound City like, a
rerj young, a very noKeu and a very huugry
bird, has its mouth forever open to bo fed
from tho public crib. Last winter they,
were howling like scorched sinners for an
appropriation from the state to build a
court house, after tho government building
which they had used gratis for years, was
burned. We never (or hardly ever) picK up
a copy of tho Mound City Patriot when we
do not seo something about what the tax
payer's league is doing in Pulaski county.
This tax-payer's league, also manipulated
by Mr. Robnrts, is engaged in a very ques
tionable business of Mahoneing tho debts
of that county. S) it seems that Mouud
City and Pulaski county aro dotermined
never to miss a meal nor to pay a cent."
Evidently tho Democrat does not look at
the proposed appropriation in a proper
light. While Mound city would, of
course, recievo the greatest benefits there-
from, the people of tho neighboring towns,
Metropolis included, would find occasion
every year to bless tho peoplo of Mound
City fur having, "liko a very young, a very
naked, and a very hungry bird, kept their
mouth open to be fed from tho pub
lic crib" to the extent of this twenty-five
thousand dollars, and the government for
having heeded tho shrill, piping cries of
the fatherless and hungry young bird of
tho Mounds. Besides, it is not likely that
much more than half tho fura asked for
will bo appropriated perhaps fifteen thou
sand dollars, which, if judiciously used,
would bo amplo to build a permaueotly
good road over the distance required.
The Argus' appology is acceptable in
so far as it is made in a spirit of sincerity.
But when it partakes of the properties of a
sarcastic misrepresentation of The Bulle
tin's position, as it docs when it insinuates,
( , , , . . f , of . an
opinion upon every subject of any impor
tance), that in the ditferences existing be
tween the City of Cairo and the Cairo and
St. Louis Jrailroad The Bulletin sides with
tho latter party, its apology is not accepta
ble. The Bulletin has simply defended
the railroad company against on infamous
charge, made against it by tho Argus,
upon tho assertions of a correspondent of
that paper, who evidently neither meant
to nor did give any ground
whatever for such n charge. The
Bulletin is a liberal minded journal is
willing to give even the devil his due
therefore it gives the editor of the Argus
cre(ilt f,,r JUftt 8 8Park of shame for his
foolish and uncalled for abuse of the
am therefore, also, it is willing to give the
Cairo i St. Louis ruilroaa crcilit for honest
unjust discrimination in treignt rates, es
pecially since, under the circumstances, tho
city of Cairo looses nothing by such dis
crimination. As proor of the correctness
of The Bulletin's position, that "the
something in the form of a written agree
ment," by the terms of which the citizens
along the line of the road are prohibited
from purchasing supplies from Cairo, and
which was circulated and signed by said
citizens, did not eminate either directly or
indirectly from tho railroad company as as
sumed by,the Argus, the following, from the
last issue of the Jonesboro Gazette, is to the
point: "The persistent effort of tho city of
Cairo to keep the Cairo & St. Louis railroad
out of the city has provoked retaliating
measures. The business men along the line
of this railroad have signed a written agree
ment to do no business with Cairo people,
until the injunction, which prevents the
railroad from getting a permanent track
into the city, is dissolved. If Cairo docs
not desire the trade of tho prosperous towns
on this line, in Alexander, Union and Jack
son counties, let her persist in this China
method, and put up a wall to keep away
the trade of the best portion of southern
A rather intelligent German named
Maximillian Rustigc mado complaint to
Chief Myers some time ago that a man
named Bradley had robbed him of a small
Bum of cosh and a certificate of deposit for
one hundred and seventy-five dollars as
serted to bo in possession of a St. LouiH
bank. Among tho small sum of cash was
a paper half-dollar, which Rustigo do-
scribed very minutely, and which was found
in possession of a saloon keeper, who had
received it from Bradley. This latter cir
cumstance tended, of course, to strongly
corroborate Rustige's story, and tho chief
arrested Bradley, tho police court botin
mm over and ho was committed to the
county jail, until his case should be callec'
for trial in tho circuit court. Tho case was
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Rustigo was not on hand to swear that
tho Pnsoner Wft8 guilty, nor could he bo
foum ft here Bf adley's caso was ac
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over, however. Rustiirc. who had been em
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ployed about the oilico of tho Cairo box
ami basket factory, reappeared at his pluco of
employment, and apparently pursued tl
oven tenor of his wav. honestlv and indniir.
riously. lh had eained tho ennfldnnm f
his superiors nnd lie was allowed some im
portant privileges about tho office, anc.h
as signing chocks on tho bank fr mono
for tho employes of the establishment,
But e few days ago he was found in the
oilico at an unusual hour of the night and
I under otherwise suspicious circumstances
As a rule tho office is locked and the win-
owsall fastened down every night before
10 head man leaves. Rustigo had no key
to tho office; but early ono morning last
week, when tho head clork opened tho
ffice, ho was not a little surprised to find
Mr. Rustige seated in a chair in the office,
nvestigation showed that Mr. Rustigo had
gained entrauco to tho offico very early in
the morning by forcing open one of tho
windows, and that the combination lock of
tho desk, containing the blank check books,
etc., had been tampered with; but nothing
was missing. Mr. Rustige was arrested by
Chief Myeis and taken before Magistrate
Comings for examination ; but as it was bo-
ieved that tho evidence would not sustain
charge of burglarly, a charge of vagrancy
was preferred against him, ho was fined
fifty dollars and costs and given a certain
number of hours in which to leave the city.
Some inquiry by Chief Myers and tho offi
cers developed the fact that bo is a general
ead beat. The St. Louis bank, in which
ho claimed to have on deposit the 175, had
never heard or seen the name of tho man.
And likewise several citizens here, with
whom he claimed to have had financial
transactions, and from whom he said sums
of money were duo to him. These facts
make it apparent that bis charge against
Bradley was trumped up. His permanent
absenco from the city is desirable.
The trial of the case of Messrs. LouiB C.
and Frank Herbert occupied all day in the
county court yesterday. Upon opening of
court the examination by Mr. Linegar of
Dr. J. S. Petrie, pending which court had
adjourned the evening before, was resumed.
This done Mr. Georgo Hendricks was
placed upon the stand and the taking of
his testimony occupied the balance of the
About 1:30 o'clock after dinner Mr.
Damron opened the argument for the pros
ecution; he was followed by Mr. Leek, and
be by Mr. Linegar, for the defense, and tho
closing argument was made for tho people
by Judgo Duff, of Carbondale. Tho court
had limited the argument to five houra and
Judgo Duff concluded bis remarks about
6 :U0 o'clock last evening, when, after in
struction by the court, the case was given
to the jury, which, up to the time of writ
ing had not found a verdict.
Court adjourned until to-morrow morn-
Lateu: The jury agreed upon a verdict
about 9 :'i0 o'clock, which was "not guilty"
and the defendants were discharged.
The Emma Abbott Grand English Opera
Company will present at the Opera House
on Monday evening, Feb. 13th, Flotow's
Tho unprecedented success of Emma
Abbott in English Opera eclipses that
achieved by Kel log or Richings; and her
company this year is said to be the most
expensive and complete traveling organiza
tion in the land.
The most popular artists to be had in
England and America are enrolled under
Abbott's standard and among whom are
illiam Castle, whosu exquisite singing,
unequalled acting and gorgeous dressing
make him a great popular favorite. Valen
tine Fabrini, a celebrated tenor, late of
Mapleson's London Opera Co., lias been en
gaged at a large salary. George Corily,
tor many years connected with the Stra-
koseh Opera Company, and universally
known as the grandest basso profundo on
the lyric stanc, is also with the Abbott
Company. Alonzo Stoddard, the celebrated
baritone, v, hose success in opera has been
as pronounced as that he achieved at the
great musical festivals given by Dainrosch
and Thomas, is the leading baritone.
George Olmi, late of Carl Rosa's London
Opera Company is the principal basso can
tata; and all who have heard him testify
to his beautiful voice, artistic method and
charming appearance. George Appleby is
A sweet "silver-voiced tenor, whom Miss
Abbott expects to meet with great success
this season. Arthur Tains, the inimitable
bullo baritone ami character actor, com
pletes the list of the principal gentlemen
connected with this magnificent organiza
tion. Anions tho ladies, the name of
Emma Abbott stands without a parallel for
success and conscientious devotion to duty.
Julie Rosenwald, late of the Royal Opera
Houses of Berlin, Dresden and Vienna, is
a gifted lady of great culture and refine
ment, ami one of the most accomplished
artists on tho operatic stage. Lizzie Annan
dale, the popular contralto queen, is now
without a rival in English opera: and
everywhere, the wonderful power, richness
ano sympathy ot lier rare voico aro com
mented upon; nnd she is the lecitimato
successor of Phillips nnd Cary. Annette
Znlna, a charminur mezzo-soprano, and
marie Jiinnie aro iiotn gitted nnd versatile
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members ot the company.
Besides this corps of principal artint.
largo chorus and effective orchestra belong
ing to tho company forming an ensemble
complete and perfect in every detail, and
wincn tor magnitude and merit stands un
Tho costumes aro yery rich and brillant;
and tho list of operas sung by this company
includes about thirty of tho most popular
standard works, andall ot tho now liL'ht one
ras of merit. The expenses of tho Abbott
opera company lastseason wcro overf 160,000
for thirty-five weeks; and tho namo of Em
ma Abbott carried her largo company
throughout tho principal cities of the coun
try, leaving a princely income for horsolf.
This your tho expenses will reach about
$200,000; and tho indications are that tho
business will provo more successful than
ever. To carry on this grand enterprise,
with a traveling company of fifty persons,
requires tho most liberal patronngo from
tho public: and tho growing success of the
Abbott Opera Company proves that its en
tertainments suit the popular tasto, nnd
merit the popularity and success they seem
invariably to meet.
The opera to be prcsontod in this city
will bo given with best resources of the
Company ; and no efforts will bo spared by
artists and management to give ono of their
bent entertainments. Tho announcements
elsewhere will givo full particulars.
The violation of any of nature's laws
brings its warning by the feeling of dis
comfort. Exposure will induce colds, throat
disease, consumption, etc., all of which
give warning by a troublesome cough. Use
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup in time, and re
move both the causo and effect of your dis
GRAND 0PEKA HOUSE.
GKEAT MUSICAL EVENT.
Monday, Iebruary 13
THE SALE OF SEATS WILL BEGIN
WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRU
ARY TII, AT HARTMAN'S.
Fonltlvo unyiiKMont at an enormous expense of
GRAND OI'EliA CO.,
Lurked, Mtron';it, MobI Expensive and Sucouas
ful EiikIIkIi Opera Company In llie
Complete and perfect In every detail, Artlati,
C'hnrim-a and Urtinil Urchi-xtra. furinlur an en
nern bio which for mauMlude and rourlt ban uever
been equaled on llie fcl iiMo ti Lyric Mae.
Diallngiiishf-il wrtHta KnRiigAtl:
KM MA AH 110 IT. America' ruont mccewful and
jj 'i p ti 1 ii r Prima Pouna.
J I I.IK KONKWA1.1), Prima Dunna Hoprano, lata
ofon-nileii Koyal Opera.
LI77IK AN A.VIMI.K. Tho Contralto Queen,
laie of Htrako h Opt ra 'nnipanr.
CI.KMK.vnNK KUNIIfcl K. a beautiful andTal.
MHIK HiMil.K, Soprano.
(iK.OH'JK AI'i'l.r rlY. Tenor.
AKTIM'K TAMS, Buffo Itarltono.
VAI.KNTIVK J KAHKIM. Tenor, late of Mania-
fon'a London i ra Company,
(iFOINf Kf'O.V I.Y. for many yeara tonneeted with
tho htrakorch Opera Company, and uuiverially
Known an me rnn(iai uaio rruiunau an the
Al.u.tKO vronPAKD. the Celebrated Ilaritoae,
(i kOMd V. Of. M I. llrci Cantata, lale of Carl
Ko-a'a Opera CompHtiy.
v i.i.i am iiKoor.Kii h. carmine, ann
WILLIAM CitTLE. the Favorite Tenor.
Director of Min-lc nnd Conductor. MfiVoR
FULL CHOUUS AND
Monday Evoi.Idh nt 8. will he prcn tiled Klotowi
With an Unparalleled Can.
Popular Opera Prices:
Kenerved Siiatu . Pirnnette and Partinr-tte Circle
1 il Artmlaamn fat ill ftroaa I'lrrlA pi.hpvi1
eeat$l&. Adniiien 7,'ic. Oalltry UK.
evaia can nu aecup ri ny leu-rapu or man.
(AIR0 OPERA HOUSE.
2 Nights Only.
February Gthnnd 7th.
The famouo artWta.
IIKNIIIKTTA I nir A WI A TT
Kcroenlieil and tainted hy the world a at the
wry head of their brilliant art, and
TAYLEURE'S SPLENDID CASTS.
Monday Eeveninsr Feb. Cth.
Flrnt performance In thlt rltv ef 0. W. TayN-nre'a
celehruted play (eipr!y adapted for Mm. Chan
fran) TUB "XEW KAHT LY.VNK."
Lady Iftabvlle Henrietta CLaufrao
' A treiit performance, and dentmed lo renow n."
St. Loula KeuM'can.
Tuesday Kveninpr, Feb. 7th,
I'ir.t time hero of
Hy Edward Spencer A C. W. Tayleure.
"The beet Am rlcan comic drama of Itaclaaa." f
New York Herafd
WlUiwued by ono million of auditor at llooth'a,
Wallack't ami all llrnt-clai a theatre It baa
realU'-d Mr. Chanfrau oyer Huin.
KIT REDDING y. . CIJ ANHHAU
CI1AHI.IH r. HOWEH.
JNO. T. BABBIS.
BOWER & BARBEE,
PKl'I'RIKTORS OK HKKBEKT'S
Hotel and Restaurant,
City National Bank.
tiyspeclnl attention ulvonto tho Hestanrnnt De
partment, which will bo mpplled with rhiltluuiro
and Mobile OyM.-rn, ami all kind of trains and nu
In their seai-ou. Hkllled cooks aud waiter em
ployed, Hur Mocked with tho bent brand of Kentucky
whlnkli-H, and all other flrtl-clata Lliiiora, ciitar
etc. Hchlllx'i Milwaukee lleeron druuijht. tf.
COAL, WOOD ICE.
Y M WAKU,
WOOD, COAL and ICE,
by the Ton or Cnr Load, delivered In any part of tho
WOOD OF ALL KINDS.
tV" Leave orders at my Wood and Coal OlTlco.
CAPTAIN D. F.CUItTIS
lias started his
At IIodfN I'arlc.
Capacity 20,000 Por Day
And Is prepared to fill all orders promptly.
JAMK8 CIIICNKY, Ajjrent
Calw'lUi KII',tooDlb mA r(,P' BtretiU.