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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 7, 1882
THE DAILY BULLETIN
Offlw: Bulletin Butldloj, WuMngtoB A.venn
BHTKRKD AT TUB POST OFFIC IN CAIRO,
LINOIS, AS SECOND-CLAM MATTER.
omuiAt PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
. Noticolnthloltiinn.eltflitcunl per line for
(rut and Ave cent pat line men iiinaequem iuur
Hud. For ona week, 30 cents per lino. For one
month, 00 cent per line.
Oysters and FU.li.
I am daily receiving fresh Mobile oysters
in bulk, for sale, by the doy.eu or huudred.
ENnoc.ial attention ig called to uiv daily re
ceipts of fresh lied Snapper and other gulf
and game, fish. Depot, utno leveo, corner
Eighth stseet. Jacob Klee.
A. Booth's Extra Selects
at A. T. DoBaun's, 56 Ohio levee.
Four suits (2 rooms each) of unfurnished
rooms on first floor and four furnished
rooms up stairs. Also a cottage
of five rooms adjoiuiug same property, all
jpn Ninth street, neit back of ilartman's
store. The houses have been remodeled
newly painted throughout and are in thor
ough repair. Apply on tho premises.
tf Thos Kino.
Bough and Ready Ball.
The old reliable Rough and Ready Firs
Co., No. 3, will give a grand masquerade
ball on Valentine's day, Feb, 14th.
Com. of Arngni'ts Fked.Hohfhkinz,
It. Henry IIazenykgkh.
at DcBaun's, 58 Ohio levee.
-Uso Tub Cairo Bulletin perforated
scratch-book, made of calendered jute
manilla, equally good for ink' or pencil. For
sale, in three sizes, at tho oflico. No. 2 and
8. five and ten cents each by the single one,
by the dozen or by the hundred, no varia
tion in prices.
Extra Select Oysters
at A. T. DeUaun's, 50 Ohio levee,
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured and for Bale at the Cairo Bulletin
A. Booth's Extra Selects
. at A. T. DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
A Social Dance.
On tho 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
tion. A. Booth's Extra Selects
at A. T. DcBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
To buyers of Ladies, Misses and Chil
dren's shoes; I have decided to closo out
the above Hue of goods at cost, and
less, and carry a large stock ol Men's, Boy's
and Youth's only. So call and get your
own prices. They must he sold to make
room for spring goods in Men's Boy's and
Youth's line boots and shoes. II. Block,
Eighth street, between Commercial and
Washington avenue. tf.
A Popular Tonic
FOR WEAK IXNUH AM) CONSUMPTION.
No preparation ever introduced to tho
American public, for the relief and cure of
Coughs, Colds, Bore Throat, Debilitated
Constitutions, Weakness of the Lungs or
Consumption in the incipieut or advanced
stages of the disease, lias ever met with tho
indorsements of physicians or patients m
the celebrated "Tolu, Rock and Rye." The
repeated and continued sales of the article
everywhere are tho best evidence of its real
merits. Letters and testimonnls froiu every
quarter of tho country, attesting tho Stim
ulating, tonic and healing effects, are in
possession of the proprietors, ami can be
adduced to convinco tho most skeptical
reader ot its intrinsic virtues. Further
commendation is unnecessary und super
fluous, as a trial of this article, having a
, pleasant tasto and agreeable flavor, will
satisfy all those who are aflUctcd or pining
away with pulmonary weakness of tho re
lief to bo Becured by the uso of Tolu, Rock
and Rye. Chicago Times.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notlooi In thexfl eolnmui, ton ctnu per line,
etch Insertion. Marked
Rooms and cottages ere advertised for
rent in business locals this morning.
Tho sale of tickets for the opora will
commence at Ilartman's store at ten o'clock
. Guiteau is to hatig on tho 30th of
June, between the hour pf noon and two
o'clock in tho afternoon.
, Little Willie Boyle is liable to bo con
fined to bis bed for over a month by reason
of the wound in the back, recieved by him
a few days ago.
Tho Choral society has rented tho New
Temperanco ball for ono night each week
with use ot organ. The society will meet
in tho ball to-night.
A large water taifk Is being built on
the roof W Mr. W.R. Ilalliday's corn meal
mills, near Sixth Btrcct on Ohio levee.
. The street cats which were Interrupted
' Sunday, were running again at full time
The United Order or Ancient Temp
Isrs, an insurance organization, met at Re
form bull last night.
''The Sunday issuo of the Paducah En
terprise was a red-hot temperance sheet
that is, the paper used was dark pink.
Mr. James Kuiuear is the finder of a
aUabl diamond pin, which the owner
can hwi bf calling on him and paying for
U notice. ' ,
On'Sunday evening Harry Lcntz was
presented witli a twelve pound daughter.
Mother and child doing well. Mr. E. C.
Ford is thus made a "Grand Pa."
As mav bo seen from special locals
this morning, the Rough and Ready fire
company will celebrate Valentine's day
with a grand masquerade ball at their en
gine house in the evening.
F. Korameycr is building up an iin
mense business in the manufacture of fino
cigars. His "Billiodoux" advertised in
another column for sale by Geo. OTIara, is
a primo favorite.
The Bulletin thanks tho Saloon
Keeper's Association for complimentary
tickets to its representatives to attend their
ball this evening, which promises to bo a
most successful and pleasant affair.
The river continues to fall at this point.
The fall during tho twenty-four hours end
ing at 1:11 yesterday afternoon, was three
inches, and it measured at that hour forty
seven feet three inches in the guage.
A fellow named James Brown was up
before Magistate Comings yesterday for
whipping his wife. IIo was fined twenty
five dollars arid costs and given a short but
forcible lecture upon the beastliness of the
act of which he bad been guilty and of tho
beauties of connubial fillicity.
Yesterday afternoon tho one hundred
and twenty-five thousand "dollar bond of
Sheriff John Hodges as collector of the
County of Alexander, was approved by the
proper authority viz: County Judge R. 8.
Yocum, County Clerk Humra, and Chair
man of tho County Board T. W. Halliday.
The bond is as good as it could be asked.
County court had a very short session
at tho court house yesterday morning; but
only to formally adjourn until tho second
Monday in March. This was done partly
perhaps principally because of tho ab
sence of the states attorney, who was
called to East Cape Girardeau to attend a
supposed murder committed there last Sun
day. Two hard looking fellows, named re
spectively George William, alias James
Taylor, and Ed Baker, were arrested by
Chief Meyers under tho vagrant act and
tried by Magistrate Comings yesterday.
They were both men whose presence in the
city endangered the security of tho citi
zens, and they were each fined fifty dollars
and costs and ordered to leave the city.
The Paducah Enterprise says "tho
Cairo papers are filling their columns with
assurances that tflo levees are secure and de
nial that the property of the city is being
damaged by water." -Tnu Bdlletin
pleads guilty to the "soft impeachment;" it
glories in the fact that it is able, without
perverting tho truth, to till its columns
with such interesting literature, and sym
pathizes with those communities whose
journals cannot, consistently with truth,
follow its example.
Perhaps ono of the fanciest glass signs
in the city will bo ono now In progress of
completion by Mr. Jeff M. Clark, at his
shop on Washington avenue. The sign is
to advertise Mr. Clark himself, and his
business, and is to grace Ibu walls of the
Alexander county bank. It is painted
upon a plate of glass thrrty-Bix by forty
two inches in dimensions, aud tho skill
and artistic taste displayed by Mr. Clarke
in the execution of this tine work is won
derful. May field Democrat: "We understand
that Mrs. Martha Lard, who lives about
eight miles cast of this city, having become
insano recently, commenced a fast of forty
days, probably clumluating Dr. Tanner or
some other "fast" man of note. She has
already accomplished betweon two and
threo weeks of her fast and bids fair to
complete tho forty days. Mrs. L. is a young
woman and has been married but a short
time. Tho cause of her insanity wo did not
Laat Saturday tho oldest son of Capt.
John II. Ray came homo from Terro Haute,
Ind., to rocievo surgical and medical atten
tion for a crushed ancle. . Young Mr. Ray
was riding in a carriago in Terro Haute
and the horses drawing it became frightened
and ran away. The driver jumped from
the vehicle when ho saw that ho could not
man ago tho animals, and Mr. Ray, ia an
attempt to get the reins, fell from tho car
riage and was injured as stated. Dr. C.
W. Dunning gave the young man necessary
Yesterday waB a day "mild with tho
tender beauties of fair May" and everybody
looked happy. And besides tho pleasant
weather there were other good things which
contributed toward tho general good feel
ing: the rivers were all going down, giving
promise of better communication with the
farming country and a consequent improve
incut in trade, and tho streets wero begin
ning to show the effects of the warm, bright,
guushino, which promised to continuo until
sido walks and streets are in a condition
to permit travol without rubber boots,
cloaks ami the many other inconveniences
attending a walk or ride over sloppy cross
ings and through little rivers of mud.
Paducah Entorpriso: "Two brutes
two scoundrels, miscalled men in Ohio,
pure cussedness punished an eighteen
month old child by fastening its hands in
a steeltrap, burning it, etc., nud the jury
before whom they wore tried ound them
guilty of assault and battery, Wo are not
an ailvooato of Judge Lynch, as a general
thing, but these scoundrels ought to bo
hung without further ado". It is au outrage
uponjustico and society that sorao. juries
aronotmacto to exchnngo the jury box for
the prisoners bar after having rendered ver
dicts which are in such glaring violation of
law, fact, and every noble impulse of human
A scientific writer has just come with
the discovery that mosquitoes aro full of
quinine and a good thing to have in the
family in malarial districts. He holds that
where they bite an individual they inject
into his system an antidote to malaria and
febrile causes generally, and tho general
tone of this scientific person's article is that
the insects aro to bo encouraged. Every
year that passes establishes more firmly
the soundness of the Teutonic gentleman's
axiom that "the longer you live the moro
you Mein Gott, finds oud," and this suicide
rather takes the cake in backing up tho
saying How, in this malarial weather, we
will now pine for mosquito timo.
A very lair audience gathered at tho
Opera House last night to witness the ren
dition by the celebrated Chanfrau com
pany of the popular play, "The New East
Lynno." Tho play is a very affecting ono
throughout aud as rendered by this com
pany which is evidently composed entirely
of first class artists, it has a powerful ef
fect upon tho audience. Many of those
present last night were frequently moved
to tears by the anguish of "Lady Isabeller"
as so perfectly impersonated by Mrs. Chan
frau. Mr. Chanfrau, too, as "Isabelle's"
husband, gave evidence of rare power as
an actor and both were several times en
cored by loud and continued applause.
Both were also well supported in every
part of tho play. At the closo of tho play
the audience gave proof of its entire satis
faction and appreciation by a hearty burst
of applause which did not cease until
after Mr. aud Mrs. Chanfrau had appeared
before the curtain and acknowledged the
We have received from Saalfield's mu
sic store, 775 Broadway, New York, the
following music, all of Which is exceeding
ly taking, and every piece of which bids
fair to have a very larico sale: "Bucket of
out Fathers." Words by Frank Myrtle,
music by John M. Loretz, Jr. Of all
the songs recently issued this is tho
most attractive for tho home circle. It
abounds in clever hits while it good-naturedly
draws tho comparison between city
and country. "President Arthur's Grand
March, by Carlbergj A very fine March,
excellent for festival or School occasions,
adapted for either organ or piano. With a
picture of our president. "Angels Hear
The Little Prayer," by Wyatt. One of
those sweet, touching home songs, which
sing themselves into the hearts of all. One
of the best little songs wo havo lately seen.
Sung by the famous SanFrancisco Minstrels.
"El Fresco Galop," by Garlsnd. One of
tho best Galops lately published. Fully as
good as tho Racquet, to which it is a com
panion. Price of each of tho above, 40
cents. Mailed postpaid for half-price, if
ordered from tho publishers.
Of an accidental, but fatal shooting
which occurred in the town of Murphys
boro, the Jackson County Era says in its
last issue : "Last Saturday morning Harry
O. Hamilton, aged 12 years, 1 month and 5
dayfl, son of our former townsman, Robt.
W. Hamilton, Esq., started from home on a
hunt with a youth named Vancil. About
half past twelve the boys wero within a
short distance of Mr. Jerry Hughes', when
Harry seeing a bird started to climb over a
rail fence. In doing so ho pushed his shot
gun through between the rails, butt first,
aud the hammer of tho gun striking some
obstruction caused tho gun to bo discharg
ed, the entire load striking the youth in
the neck under the chin and ranging up
ward, passed out of the bock of his head
at tho baso of tho brain. His companion
gavo tho alarm and Mr. Hughes' family
went to his assistance, but tho poor boy
was sinking to the ground, dying, when
they readied his side, and almost immedi
ately expired. Word was at onco sent to
bis parents Mr. Hamilton being in this
city at tho time. The funeral took place
Monday afternoon at Pleasant Grovo Cem
etaryaudall that remained of the bright
and promising Harry O. Hamilton was laid
to rest in mother earth. Tho barcavod
purents have' the heartfelt sympathy of a
largo number of relatives and friends."
Benton Standard, addressed: Will
you pleaso retract tho following itvm which
appeared in your issue of tho ltd., instant:
"Tho Mississippi aud Ohio rivers are high,
and Cairoites don't sleep as peacefully as
thny do in times of low water." Tub Bul
letin assures you that there is no truth in
tho sentenco succeeding the conjunction
"and" iu the foregoing littlu paragraph,
and upon this assurance, from ono who is in
a position to know, you may safely and
without any sacriflco of editorial dignity
retract. And whilo you are engaged in the
good work of correcting wrongs committed
by you, unknowingly, of courso, against
your innocent neighbor, would it - bo too
much of a strain upon your inherent honesty
to include also iu your retraction this other
little paragraph, which appeared in another
column of your issuo of tho same date I
"Cairo property is being considerably dam
aged by high water." Tim Bulletin
assures " you, good Standard, ns it
assured the Metropolis DciAocrat in which
the item first appeared, that tho foi owning
littlo item completely perverts tho truth,
Tun Bdlletin assures you further, that it
it in a position to know what tho truth Is,
and it makes this, denial pf jyour assertion
in tho firm belief, that neither Ingersoll nor
Beecher, nor the English biblo revisers,
succeeded in lessening, even to the extent
of the hundredth part of a degree, the high
temperature of the placo onco called hell-
that is, of course, assuming that thcro evor
was such a place. Now, will you retract.
Nearly ninety people wore in attend
ance upon the ferry boat excursion to
Wickliffo Sunday nftcrnoou, and it was
very pleasant affair, from beginning to ond
The boat arrived at her destination about
3:30 o'clock and lay there over an hour,
during which timo everybody went ashore
and roamed about the littlo town and
among tho hills. Tho new court houso was
tho objective point of nil, but in order to
get thero it was necessary to descend into
several deep ravines and ascend several high
stoop hills, which was unusual and heal
thy orerciso for Cairoites. Tho court house
is a brick structure, shin&rlo roof, about
seventy-five by seventy-five feet in dimen
siorw. It is not quito finished, being as yet
unlathed, unplastcrcd and unpainted
Lineally it stands about half a mile from
tho river; climb the hills and dive down
gulches between it and the river and you
will imagine that distance to be about five
miles. But if tho town continues to grow
as it has done, the court houso kwill soon
stand in the centre of it and be a credit to
it and to the people's enterprise. These
excursions will become moro popular as the
weather grows more uniformly warm.
The much talked of prize fight be
tween Ryan and Sullivan takes place near
New Orleans some time to-day. It is ex
pectod that this will bo the most scientific,
tho most desperate battle that has ever
taken place, cither in Europe or America
Therefore our pcoplo, who are generally
known to bo a wonderfully, even painfully,
moral people would bo pardoned, were
they to gamble a little upon this particular
occasion. But true to thei reputation for
morality, the people of Cairo do not even
gamble to any extent even upon this sub
picious occasion. Very few bets have been
made and these, unlike those bets in eastern
cities, are mostly in favor of Sullivan. But
then Ryan is a Brooklyn man, and has, iu
his day, defeated in the prize ring the
hardest hitters in the milling profession,
including the Englishman, Joe Goss, and
the Irish giant, Jimmy Elliott. He pound
cd Elliott all to pieces a year ago. Ryan is
a brother of a noted Brooklyn alderman
and has, himself, figured in ward politics in
that city'. On the other hand, Sullivan is a
young jun. lie nas uau little or no exper-
iencVin the ring, but has s'rown wonderful
ability as a boxer and is as strong as a lion,
and as quick as a cat in bis movements
The betting in eastern cities is slightly in
favor of Ryan, but in Chicago it is about
even. Miiuvan is quite popular wun tne
Chicago sports, though his homo is in Bos
ton, and ho declares that Ryan will fight
harder and fight longer than ho has over
fought before, if the New Yorkers succeed
in downing his Chicago friends.
The wide-spread prevalence of the
sriall-pox aud the probability that tho dis
ease will not abate materially until the
approach of warm weather, make the sub
ject of vaccination one of vital importance
to individuals and communities. Notwith
standing the prejudice, which exists in tho
minds of many people, against vaccination,
experience nas snown mat u is almost a
Biire protection against tho dreaded dieeaso,
if properly renewed. Sometimes in many
cases indeed, a well-defined vaccination
'lasts a life-time," aud no eubscqueut in
troduction of virus into the system, from
the point of tho doctor's knifo on tho tip
of the ivory "point," bo it repeated never
so many times, will "tako." A person who
has had such an experience, may feel quite
as safe from small-pox contagion as ono
who has had tho genuine disease itself. In
other instances, the protective influence of
vaccination becomes exhausted in a greater
or less number of year's, and in such cases
it becomes necessary to renew the preventive
measure evory Uvo or six years. Even in
oases where vaccination, alter tho lapBe of
years, has becomo in some measure null,
attacks of small-pox aro generally mild,
and only in raro cases aro they fatal.
Tables made up of statistics gathered from
various parts of the world show that out of
every ono hundred cases of smnll-pox oc
curring after vaccination tho percentage of
deaths was only 8.3 while out of every ono
hundred coses of small-pox succeeding
Binoll pox the percentage of deaths was 15.7.
It would aeem that even tho most extremo
prejudice agaiimt vaccination wonld molt
away before this convincing evidence that
it !b even a better protection against tho
BUiall-pox than is small-pox itsolf.
Last Sunday Circuit Clerk A. II. Irvin
recieved a telegram from East Capo
Girardeau stating that Mr. Andrew Fryo of
that town had been killed, and asking that
Coroner It. Fitzgerald and States Attorney
Damron bo sunt up immediately. No fur
ther particulars woro given nnd neither of
tho officials mentioned had returned last
night. Wo ore therefore loft to conjecture
that Mr. Fryo, who was an old and well
known citizen of the county, has been mur
dered and that tho coroner's services are
required for his body and tho states attor
ney's sorviceg for tho slayor.
Washington, Feb. 4. Tbo houso com
mittee on rules to-day took Important action
relative to tho Mississippi river. They
have decidod to report a resolution to the
hound providing that the name of the com
mittco on levees and improvement of the
Mississippi shall bo changed to tho com
mittee on improvements of tho Mississippi,
and that hereafter all subjects rotative to
the improvement of tho Missippl shall be
referred to that committee.
Tho existing rule limits tho jurisdiction
of tho committeo to subjects relating to
levees. While tho proposed modification
does not give tho committee authority to
take chnrgo of appropriations, yet it is a
step in advance.
Washington, Feb., 4. Tho house com
mittee on rules this morning agrood to an
amendment to tho rules changing the name
of tho committee on levees and Mississippi
river to the committeo on improvement of
that river, and to add two moro members to
tho committee. It is generally understood
tho new members will bo- appointed from
tho states north of tho Ohio river. The
members of congress from tho Mississippi
valley are veryjmuch disappointedjwith the
action of the committee on rules'. They i
wanted tho committee to bo empowered to
report all appropriations for the Mississippi.
m... - i . p w ...
mo momuers oi me Mississippi commit -
ten fiftv thi'ir Arn rfornrminorl tn .nntlmm tt.n
fight for power over appropriations for tho
L,. ..i .um ui,ju DciTms m oh
piainiy visimo in tnese persiBtent efforts to
increase the powers of tho committee of
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which ne is cnairman, ana u appears mat
is efforts will bo ultimately crowned with
success. That they may be is tho wish of
The clanging of tho fire bells in tho
lower portion of the city awakened nearly
all citizens from their sound slumbers
about 11:30 o'clock Sunday niijht. The
cause of the alarm was the appearance of
fire in the roof of the two storv frnmn lniitil.
ing next to the southwest corner of Seventh
street and Washington avenue, fronting on
the latter. It was evident that the fire had
been at work some timo inside of the build-
ins, for it burst forth in creat volumes he-
fore the fire department arrived, and caught
the roof of a two story frame building on
the corner. Within -a few minutes after,
the streets wero alive with people, all the
engines in the city were on their wav to
tho Bccne of tho conflagration, and while
the fire men were removing obstructions
and "getting water, others were engaged in
removing what they could in tho form of
household goods from out of the blazing
buildings. The fire men did noble work,
although the fire had made much headway
before they arrived and the burning houses
were surrounded on all sides by
other frame houses, all as dry as could be,
they succeeded in confining the flames to
the two buildings originally attacked. It
took three or four hours of hard work,
however to get control of and finally ex.
tinguisli tlio tire. (Jiti.ens succeeded in
saving much valuable furniture, clothing,
etc.; but thero was also much which, owing
to the headway gained by the flames, could
not be saved and was consequently con
The corner nouns was the property of
Mr. S. P. Wheeler, and was occupied by
Mr. Sim. Taber, of the firm of Taber Bros.
It sustained less iniury than tho other, butl
its roof was almost completely destroyed
almost compl,tely destroyed
and the upper story generally, was consid
erably damaged. Mr. Taber's furniture
was insured in the North American com
pany of Philadelphia, represented hero by
Mr. II. II. Canduc, for six hundred dollars,
and tho building was insured in the "Un
derwriters," represented hero by Mr. C.
N. Hughes, for two thousand dollars. The
damages both to furniture and building
aro probably all covered by insurance.
The second building, next to tho corner.
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"no uiu 1'iuiiuiiy in mihs uaisy iiaiiiday. I
It was occupied by Mr. c. N. Landers, an
enipioy in uiu oiuces ot tne Wabash road.
Ins furniture was insured for fifteen hun-
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ucu uuiims in uiu Hume company as mat
of Mr. Taber, and tho building was in
sured in tho Franklin company of Phila
dolphia, also represented here by Mr. II
11. Candee, tor two thousand dollars. Tho
uppor portion of this building was also
muioBi uuurciy eviHccriuea ana consider-
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able damage was done in the firBt story.
Hut in the case of this buildintr. as in tho
other, tho damage will be amply covered by
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una ua wen uy mr tne KreatcBt fire
Cairo has had for some time. It is, in fact,
mo tiy nre oi any consequence which has
occurred sinco tho destruction of Mr. P. O,
Schugh's drug store. It is likely that
both houses," which wero anionjr the most
comfortable and conveniently situatod lit
tlo residences in tho city, will bo imrna-
diatuly repaired. .
Tub Governor of North f
tho Governor of South Carolina: 'Sir, tho
best remedy in the world is Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup" and tho latter seconded tho
'Female Com nbilnta."
Dr. R. V. Pierce. Buffalo. N. Y. t V)nr Sir
I write to tell you what your "Favorite
rrescripuon- nas ctonp rnu. j, liao: boe n a
groat sufferer from tomalo complaints, es
pecially "(1 ragging-down" for over six years
during much of the timo unablo to work.
I paid out hundreds of dollars without any
benefit till I took three bottles of the "Fa
vorite Prescription" and I never had any
thing do mo so much good in my life. I
advise every sick lady to tako it.
MUB. EMILY KllOADS, JlCJlridCS, Mich.
Yotmo and mldrllo ntrnd mnn anfTnr!nn
- - n ' -"O
from nervous dehility,premturo old age,
loaa nf mnmnnr. and kinHrnd avmntrtmn
should send throe stamps for Part VII of
pamphlets Issued by World's Medical Asso
ciation, Buffalo, N. Y,
GEO. E. O'HARA'S.
JT. Korairu'yer, Manufacturer.
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EMMA AUKOTT. m..'...,. ...
popular l'nina Donna.
Jl'LlK KOSLWaLIi, Prima Donna Soprano, late
or Drt-xitiu Hoyal Opera.
LIZZI K A.N.N AX HALK. The Contralto Queen,
late of Ntrakoeeh Opera Company.
OLKMKNTINK BONHEUK, a ileautirul and Tal
J1AH1K HINHI.K. Soprano.
GKOUdE AH'LKBY. Tenor.
ARTIITK TAMS, Uiiffo Harlioue.
VA1.KNTIVK VRlklMVl T..h... i.t t u...t.
ton ' London Opera Company.
(iKOKji KCONI.Y. for many year aonnected with
tile Ntrakn.rh f)li..ru I'nmnun, mnA 11..
k ..... fM..j , .tin UUI.DTRBIJT
nownathe graudeat fiaa-o Trofundo n the
1 .vrtn mtarA "
AimZO STODDARD, the Celebrated Barltoae.
(i.p(iK OLHI. Unfao Cantata, late of Carl
Hoa'a Opera Com pan
BKOOKKK'K. Baritone, and
WILLIAM CASTLE, the Favorite Tenor.
tv i i.i.i a Kuitn.
FULL CHORUS AND
Monday Bvr.lng at 8. will be prea, nted Flotowe
With an Unparalleled Catt.
Popular Opera Prices:
sl.fiO. AnmliMlnn ft .m rw.,-- i m-'i . ..j
aoatu il.W. Admli.Klen7.5c. Gallery BOc.
Seatt can be secured by telegraph or mall.
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
i NiffhtJ Only.
- m - i . , ,
Muary UtHaild 7th.
The famouB artlsta.
IfVropnlznH nrl aalnti.ri l.u th
very head of their brilliant art, and
TAYLEURE'S SPLENDID CASTS.
Monday Eevoniujf Feb. titb.
Firntnrrformanrn Inthl. rltv at i ur
celebrated play (exprea.ly adapted for Mm. Chan-
TUB "NJBW EAST LYXNE."
Lady Iaabelle.... Henrietta Oianfran
f ? "l I'lii-iurmance, ana avattned to renown."
Tuesday Evening, Feb. 7th
loi. uuiiii iiepq oncan.
Find time here of
lv I rP
Hv Edwarri Hnenr.,. h n U' T...,
"The. beat American comic drama of Ita claw!." r
. .", - Now York Hcrafd
"; ""' mimon or auuiiora at Booth',
iiaiiim limn an iirHi-ciaHD ineHtrcR. It baa
realized Mr. ChAnrr.n n. an., utn
KIT REDDING .F. 8. CHANFHAII
ubi.i r. bowkb. jho. t. babbis.
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PROPRIETORS OF HERBERT'S
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HOiel RIM ItCStaiUclIlt.
City National Bank.
WMpectiil attontloh Rlyun to tho Restaurant Do,
partmunt, whlcn will bo aupplled with Baltlinoro
ud Mobile Oyatera. and all kindi orirame and flub
I" the r seaon. Bkllled cooka and waitera em
ployed. Bar atocked with the heat branda of Kentucky
, ""J " nur nm-c.iae kiquora, ciuart
'v, ntuiiia a miiwauaue Jleor on (iruugtH.
CAPTAIN B. F. CURTIS
liat ita-ted bit
At Hodgea Park. ,
Capacity 20,000 l3ev Day
And la prepared to All all ordura promptly.
JAMK8 (DIIKNHY, Agent.
Corner Eighteenth and Poplar Streets .