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T1TE DAILY BULLETIN,
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SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Noticu in thin column. ltht cents per line for
fraltuit 4v ceute por line eacn eunwuoui. iimm
tlnn. K.ir iinn week. 30 conU per Hue. For one
month, (W cunt per lino. '
A. Booth's Extra Selects
at A. T. DeDaun's, 56 Ohio levee.
Four emits (2 rooms each) of unfurniHlied
rooDwon first floor and four furnialied
rooms up stairs. Also , a cottage
of five rooms adjoining same property, all
on Ninth street, next back of llartman's
store. The houses have- been remodeled
newly painted throughout and are in thor
ough repair. Apply cu the promises.
tf Tiios Ki.no.
at DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
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Use Tun Cairo Bulletin perforated
scratch -book, mado of calendered juto
manilla, equally good for ink or pencil. For
sale, in three sizes, at the office. No. 3 and
3. 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. DeBaun's, 56 Ohio levee.
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured aud for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
A. Booth's Extra Selects
at A. T. DeBaun's, 56 Ohio levee.
Oysters and Fish.
I am daily receiving fresh Mobile oysters
in bulk, for sale, by the dozen or hundred.
Especial attention is called to my daily re
ceipts of fresh Red Snapper and other gulf
and game, fish. Depot, Ohio levee, corner
Eighth street. Jacob Klek.
A. Booth's Extra Selects
i at A. T. DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
A sociable under the auspices of tho
Ladies Aid Hociety will be given by the
young people of the M. E. church and con
gregation at the residence of Mr. Jas.
Barclay on Ninth street, between Washing
ton avenue and Walnut street, on Thursday
evening, February 9th, 1882.
A pleasant time is expected. Refresh
' liente and good uiubIc are promised, and
although under the management of the
young people, both old and young will find
a hearty welcome. Tho public are cordial
ly invited. . 2t
To buyers of Ladies, MUscs and Chil
dren's stioes; 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 sld to make
room for spring goods in Men's ioy's and
. Youth's fine boots and shoes. II. Block,
Eighth street, between Commercial u 1
Washington avenue. tf.
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repeated and continued sales of the artiole
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morits. Letters and testimonals from every
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ulating, tonic and healing ejects, are in
possession of the proprietors, and can be
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reader ot its intrinsic virtues. Further
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pleasant taste and agreeable flavor, will
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GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In tbon coinmm, ten centi per Hue,
acb lnaerlion. Marked
Private residence for rent, on Fifth
Street. Apply at Burger's store. It.
Found A gold ring. Owner can bavc
same by calling at tho tailor shop of Mr.
M. Kobler, and paying for this notice. It.
A porch and awning is being built in
front of Mr. John Gates' place of business,
on Commercial avenue.
The Choral society met at Reform hall
last night. The attendance was better than
was expected in view of rainy weather and
a great attraction at the opera house.
Foil Balk Gold watch and chain,
ladies, with gold hand-painted slide, en
tirely now, will be sold for half its cost-
is entirely ew. Apply at this office to-day
' The Blaine-Arthur controversy is evi
' dently the coming political sonsation, the
machinery on each' side being carefufly
oiled and working like a charm.
Another fall of 3 inches marked tho
Ohio rlvor yesterday afternoon. It fell also
; at all other points above. The temperature
Is falling in tho northwest; cooler weather
may, be expected hero.
Already Manager Thos. W. Shields
has received scores of letters from Carbon
dale, Anna, Charleston and other neighbor
. , ing towns, in which tho writers signify their
Intention to attend the opera of "Martha,"
to b prciooted by the Emma Abbott com
pany in this city next week. The opera
house promises to be crowded on the oc-
THK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 8, 1882.
Another failure was reported in Padu
cah last Friday. Mr. N. C. . Newell are-
tail grocer, made an assignment to Mr. R,
T. Boone, for the benefit of his creditors
who arc mostly in Cincinnati and Louis-
By notice in special locals this morn
ing it will bo 6een that a sociable, under
tho aspiciesof the "Ladies Aid society,"
will be given by tho young people of the
Methodist church, Thursday cvoning.tho
There is said to be an immigration of
young Canadians to this country in greater
proportions than ever, and it may bo re
marked just here that too many of them
cannot come. The sturdy young Canadian
makes a citizen to be sought for.
Mr. Fred Koehler has received another
consignment of twenty head of the finest
heifers ever brought to tho city. They are
"rolling fat'' and in every respect prime
stock for the market. They will be placed
on salo at his stand, on the Bouth sido of
Eighth street, beginning next Saturday, tf.
A black heifer, with white face, about
three years old, and a red cow, with white
face, red rings around eyes, and horns
trimmed, were rescued from tho back water
above Cairo by me a few days ago. Own
ers can have same by proving property, and
paying expenses. Fred Whitcamp. . It.
Good music was one of tho attractive
features at the opera house last night as
well as the night before. The orchestra is
composed entirely of home talent; it it a
temporary organization, composed of Prof.
Storre, leader, and Messrs. Edward Dezonia,
Lee Boicourt, Wm. June, Paul II. Schuly
and Adolphe Swoboda.
Some effective work was done yester
day on Washington avenue and several oth
er streets in tho way of leveling the hillocks
and filling up the cavities which were
formed during the late prolonged period
of wet weather. A great deal of this kind
of work will benecessary before tbo sfreets1
will be in as good condition as they were
Some sleek, slippery tongued diuni-
mer has been natteriDg the innocent
people of Metropolis and wheedled them
into the belief that tho only available place
for a bridge ovej the Ohio river is at that
point. Tho drummer sold more goods there
on that trip than ever before and left the
people of the burg in a blissful state of
hoped for future greatness.
The Anna Advocate changed hands re
cently. It was sold by Mr. D. W. Miller
to a man with "a devil of a name." He,
that is, Mr.Gropengieser, tho man referred
to, purposes to make some improvements
upon the paper, and Tite Bulletin hopes
he will be successful in spite of his terrible
name, which must always be a great
stumbling-block in his road to success in
anything and anywhere in a civilized coun
try. Tho memorial services held in tho
Methodist church in this city last Sunday
morning, in honor of Rev. W. II. Whita-
ker, were of a very impressive character.
The church had been beautifully decor
ated for tho occasion with flowers, crape
draperies, sea moss, mottoe and other de
vices appropriate to the occasion and toe
place. ' Rev. Scarrett delivered a sermon
eulogistic of tho honored dead and af
terward read a short funeral address which
had been delivered over the remains of
Mr. Whitaker at Belleville, by Rev.ffillam.
The attendance was very large, tho audi
ence being composed of members of
various congregations in the city, all of
whom held Mr. Whitaker in high regard,
and many of whom were moved to tears
by the solemn services.
-The Bchool at Commercial Point in
this county has been closed because the
foolish parents of the children refused ' to
have them vaccinated, tho children,
It is well so. It is better
that the schools should be closed,
for this reason than because of tho break
ing out in them of smallpox, as has been
the case in several localities. "An ounce of
prevention is better than a pound of cure."
In times of general danger in tho day of
tramps and drummers and steamboat roust
abouts, no one is entirely safe against a
coutageousdiseaso not even school chil
dren. Therefore they should bo vaccin
ated; they should bo vaccinated as fre
quently as science and experience havo de
termined they must bo in order to bo safe;
and therefore, also, the stato board of
health should exert itself, as it has been
doing4 to induce yea enforco vaccina
A fight between Mr. Heath, tho up
town shoemaker, and tho bartender for
Mesn'B. Swoboda & Schultzc, took placo
near tho corner of Eighteenth and Poplar
streets yesterday evening. The causo is
said to have been an old grudge, which
was revived when the two mot yesterday
In tho melee Mr. Heath was badly used up,
having one side of his face badly bruised
and an ugly cut near the wrist of his right
hand. Tho former injury was tho result of
a blow from the barkeeper, and the latter
was caused by the closing of a pocket
knife, which Mr. Heath held in, his hand
as ho foil to the ground. After tho first
set-to Heath went home, armed himself with
a piece of iron, and returned to the fray only
to fall into the hands of Chief Myers
who conveyed him down town to answer
the charge of disorderly conduct. He was
taken before Justice J. II. Robinson, but
took a change of venue to Magistrate Com'
lags, who fined him five dollars and costs.
On the 10th instant "Ell Perkins" will
deliver his lecturo on "The Philosophy of
Fun," in Bethune's hall, at Charleston, Mo.
Admission will bo fifty cents; scats reserved
for all who purchase tickets before tho day
of tho lecturo. Mr. W. II. Campbell, prin
cipal of tho Charleston graded school, may
Though the weather was ad, upwards
of fifty couples gatheredat old Reform hall,
on Tenth street, last night, to enjoy a social
dance. It was the occasion of the saloon'
keeper's dance and was throughout
as oleasant an affair of its
kind as could have " been
given. Those present entered fully into
the spirit of tho occasion. The hall, being
large, accommodated all who wished to
dance at once; and the music, being fur
nished by Mr. Leo Boicourt'sband, was par
excellence. The general wish of those who
attended will doubtless be that tho ball be
No very definite, 'or very reliablo in
formation of the prize fight between Ryan
and Sullivan, which occurred near New
Orleans yesterday, could be obtained at this
point yesterday ; but rumors wore many
and varied. Among these rumors was ono
to tho effect that Sullivan had whipped
Ryan in the twenty-fifth round, and another
thjft Ryan had been declared tho victor in
the twentieth round. Another still, pro
fessedly based upon a special private dis
patch, was to the effect that Sullivan was
declared the victor after the ninth round.
Tho latter is the more probable, and may
prove to have been in the main correct.
The Paducsh News remarks: "Ac-
coring to The Caiuo Bulletin that city is
all surrounded witk water and washouts
aro reported as very dangerous in tho levees
&c. And yet Tiie Bulletin devotes a half
column to reason away the fear of the peo
ple of that burg, and in tno same issue
pokes fun at adjoining towns which are
worried by tho highest waters, but are not
half or fourth in as precarious a condition as
its city. The Bulletin man is, evidently,
whistling to keep up the spirits of himself
" - , i i tin. -1 m
and the readers oi nis paper, hum iuk
Bulletin said was said in denial of the un
truthful utterances of croakers, both at
home and abroad. You may call it
"whistling to keep up courage" if ytm will,
Mr. News, but it is not improbable that
"The Bulletin man" will continue to
whistle, inthc full enjoyment of the health and
security vouchsafed by Cairo's pure atmos
phere and great, impenetrable and immova
ble levees, long after you will have gone
down for the third time and gurgled your
last gurle. "And don't you forget it."
Slowly but surely all signs of small
pox or varioloid in this city are disap
pearing, which may also be looked upon
as evidence that tho disease is disappear
ing generally; for all Cairo's small-pox
cases so far have been non-residents, and
all but one, river men, so that the disap
pearance of the disease elsewhere neces
sarily results in its disappearance here.
Since the case of the man Summerville,
who was taken in nearly two weeks ago,
there has been no other case. But one
death occured last Friday night, thus leav
ing only two patients in the pest-house.
The poor victim was the man Bob. Sanders,
who came hert from St. ' Louis, , where he
had been vaccinated, but too late to do
him much good. The two men now re
maining in the pest-house are Summerville
and Jackson who are both doing well.
Jackson, who was suffering from a severe
bruise in the abdomen, which it was be
lieved would prove fatal, is nearly well
again and will probably be discharged to
day. Summerville, it is thought, will aho
be in a condition to loavo the pest-house
and the city, without endangering people
with whom he may come in contact, at the
end of this, or the beginning of next, week.
It may be expected, therefore, that the
pest-house in this city will be closed and
abandoned within tho next week, and re
main so until some tramp or river man
again necessitates its opening.
-r-Thc audience at tho opera houso, to
witness tho performance of ''Kit, The Ark
ansas Traveler" by tho Chanfrau company,
was a surprise to every ono. It was larger
and more cultured than it was reasonable
to expect, because tho woather was so dis
agreeable, a continual rain pouring down
from a dark sky from six until nine o'clock.
But those who went were amply repaid for
their walk through the rain; for the per
formunce was all that could have been ex
pected. Mr. Chanfrau as "Kit" was, of
course, the principal attraction, though lie
was well supported generally. Ho dis
played rare naturalness in his every word,
net and expression his very appearance
was suggestive of unusual talent as an actor
Tho representation of tho play was so na
tural in all its parts that those
looking on imagined it aspecimen of real
life rather than merely a play. Tho strik
ing scenes in the piny always called forth
loud applause from tho audience and on
several of them tho curtain was choored up
the second time. The play was character
istic of western life, was produced with ro-
niarkablo fidelity to uaturo by tho compa
ny, especially Mr. Chanfrau, and pleased
the audionce greatly.
Mrs. R. Uobsackor writes from Whoolinir
W. Vs., to her husband in this city, that
bor aunt Mrs. Sachso, to whom The Bul
LKTir referred some time ago, wok much
improved. Contrary to the expectations
friends and physicians the old lady is ablo
to be up again and will probably accom
pany Mrs. Hebsackcr to this city on a visit
as soon as she is sufficiently recovered to be
ablo to bear the fatlgueB of the travel,
which will bo in a week or sooner. It was
the dangerous illness of Mrs. Sachse which
called Mrs. Hobsacker to Wheeling.
Dr. C.Russell, of Kennebec, New York,
was in tho city a few days on a visit to his
brother, Mr. W. F. Russell. Ho came
Last Sunday for the first time in tho last
four months, Mrs. E. C. Ford was able to
loavo her sick room. She is now in a fair
way to recover rapidly.
Within tho last week or ton days Mr. W.
P. Lightfoot, of the law firm of Lemma &
Lightfoot, Carbondale, lias established an
oflico in this city.
. Miss Clodfelter, who has been teaching
school at Comnlurcial Point in this county
far some time past has returned home, her
school being closed because of a refusal on
the part of the parents of the children, to
have them vaccinated.
To tho citizens and firemen who so kind
ly and nobly used their exertions in pro-
tecting and saving my property at tho fire
on last Sunday evening. I take this oppor
tunity of extending to them my most sin
cere and heartfelt thanks, and hope that
they may never be placed in a like situation.
Thankfully and Respectfully,
The particulars of the homicide, which
occurred at Eaet Capo Girardeau, in this
county, last Saturday evening, as obtained
from Coroner Fitzgerald, who returned
from tho scene of the affair yesterday morn
ing, alter having performed his official du
ties over the remains of the victim, are as
The victim is Andrew Fry, a man about
forty-two years of age, who lias been living
in this county a long time, and is well
known by many. He is also
known as a quarrelsomo man who
would seek opportunities to show his
prowess and demand satisfaction where no
wrong had been done him. He was a mar
ried man, having a wife and two children
The slayer is John Wilson, who
like Fry, has been living in
East Cape Girardeau for some years. Of him
it is not said that he is not a peacable
man, nor do the facts in the homicide in
which he was the chief actor, as developed
at the coroner's inquest, say that he is any
thing buta man disposed to avoid conten
tion. ( He is somewhere between thirty
five and forty years of age.
From the evidence of the witness exam
ined at tho coroner's inquest Sunday, it
appears that the killing was the direct re
sult of an insignificant little accident
which occurred about four months ago
About that time WilBon was engaged in a
gamo of billiards in a public house near
East Capo Girardeau, and wbilo thus en-1
gaged he heard loud talking and scuffling
outside. Without taking time to lay down
his billiard cue, ho went out, but when he
reached the scene of the uproar, others had
interfered and quiet had been nearly re
stored. E?cr sinco that day whenever oc
casion offered Frye, who was one of the
principals in tho little row, accused Wilson
of intending to strike him with the cue, or
to interfere in behalf of. his (Frye's) op
ponents, which Wilson persistently denied.
Last Saturday afternoon a party of
men lrom East uipo uirarueau cross
ed tho , river for Capo Girardeau, in
Missouri. With the party was Wilson and
Fry, the latter having a cow on board which
ho intended to sell across tho river. Fry
sold his cow and mado rather free with his
money in the purchase of intoxicants of
which ho and several others of the party
drank freely. On their way back Fry
again accused Wilson of having intended
to strike him with the billiard cue somo
months rgo, which Wilson as usual denied,
saying that the man who said ho had any
such intentions lied. But Fry reiterated
the charge, named tho men who told him
so and threatened tn ship Wilson and his
"wholo d n family." At this stago the
rest of the party interfered and kept them
apart until tbo shoro wr.s reached.
Here, too, Fry was held back in order to
allow Wilson to get out of his way. But
releasing himself, Fry followed Wilson and
demanded that they should go to Captain
King, the man who had told Fry that Wil
son intended to strike him, and settle tho
matters. King was found in tho Bame
saloon, whure tho first quarrel occurred and
the matter wus talked over and, to all ap
pearances, settled to tho satisfaction of all
concerned. At this point Wilson picked
up a billiard cue and, holding it in both
hands, attempted to show .Fry and tho
crowd that he could not havo had any in
tention of using it, etc., when Fry cried
angrily, "Lay down that cue, you d d
." Wilson laid it down without n word,
and then followed an angry altercation
rcasonou, witu tnroatH, which was
ended by Fry, who gave Wilson
a back-handed lick in tho face
which knocked him down. As Wilson
raised himself from tho floor Fryo struck
him a second blow, knocking him down
again', and thou walked slowly toward the
front door with Uio evident intention of
leaving the premises. But before ho had
rcuchod tho door Wilson whipped out a re
volver and fired a shot after him, which
missod him. Frye quickly drew his own
pistol and turning, fired at Wilson, also
without effect. Frye then went out of the
door, but turned at thn font
and whilo in a stooping position endeavor
ing to cock his pistol which seemed to be
out of order, for a second shot, Wilson
took aim and fired a second shot, the bul
let taking effect in tho top of Fry's head,
causing him to fall over backwards and ex
pired without uttering another word, in fif
teen minutes afterward. Wilson gave himself
up and was taken in custody to await the
developments of tho inquest.
Coroner Fitzgerald arrived on tho spot
Monday and at onco proceeded to an inves
tigation of tho case. A jury was sum
moned, which consisted of Messrs. Ezoa
King, foreman, J. H. Sams, Bellinsly, S. A.
McGeo, S, E. "Walker, Pinkney Williams.
An examination of the wound in Fry's
head by a physician of the neighborhood,
ueveiopeu me iaci mat tne call was a thirty-two
caliber, had barely penetrated tho
skull a little to tho left and front of the
centre of the top of the head, and was some
what flattened, but its upper end was just
even with the top of the skull. It was ro
moved without difficulty and exhibited to
the jury. Tho examination of a number
of witnesses followed, and tho verdict of
the jury was that "death resulted from a
bullet, fired from a pistol in the hands' of
John Wilson," but that tho jury deemed
tho question of justification a matter for
future inquiry, and could "not agree upon
the facts from the evidence."
Wilson was held to be examined before
a police magistrate and to bo dealt with
according to the facts developed in such
States Attorney Damron is still there, or
was yeBterday,. prosecuting tho citizens in
the neighborhood who were notoriously
guilty of habitually carrying concealed
weapons. To this habit alone may be charged
with the greater portion of the responsibil
ity of the crime here detailed and the peo
ple of the coun seem to be very "gener
ally addicted to it. A vigorous legal war
upon these offenders is much needed and
would be productive ot much good.
RIVERS AND HARBORS.
COMMERCE COMMITTEE AT WOKK.
Washington, Feb. C The house com
merce committe to day made examinations
of estimates of the government engineers
and of the secretary of war for river and
harbor improvements in the New England
states. A member of the .committee says:
"As a rule in our preliminary draft of the
bill we are following pretty liberally the es
timates of the engineers as to tho important
improvements rather than those of the sec
retary of war, and we are trying to keep
down the aggregate by reductions on im
provements that are comparatively unim
portant. the Mississirn.
A member of the committee on rules says
that committee will reporj to-morrow an
amendment to the rules so as to change the
namo of the levee committee to "tho com
mittee on improvements of the Mississippi
river," and give tho committeo jurisdiction
of all matters relating to the improvement
of that river except ' appropriations thereto.
Chairman Thomas says his committee will
be glad to get even this concession, because
otherwise the committee will be practically
THE ROAD TO THK DEAD.
Waaulugton Natiutial Republican.
Hon. John U. Thotnns, of the Cairo (111.)
district, has introduced in the house a bill
for an act appropriating $25,000 to be ex
pended under the direction of the secretary
of war in grading and macadamizing a road
way extending from tho Ohio river landing
at Mound City, III., to the National ceme
tery, located ono mile distant from said
landing. A communication from the war
department strongly recommending that
tho appropriation bo made was submitted
to tho house simultaneously with the pre
sentation of tho bill. Something moro than
fivo thousand of the Nation's dead heroes
soldiers and seamen are buried in that
cemetery. Ono hundred thousand dollars
from tho federal treasury havo been ex
pended in improving and beautifying that
now lovely place of final rest for thousands
"who died that their country might live?"
Twenty-llvo thousand dollars nioro havo
been expended by tho stato of Illinois in
tho erection of a splendid monument there
commemorative f their patriotism and
valor. But as beautiful as is that
"city of tuk dead"
it is almost inaccessible for much of the
year to the thousands who go thither an
nually from all parts of the Union to visit
the placo where lovod ones repose inac
cessible and rendered so by the overflow of
tho waters of tho Ohio river of the low
lands over which tho roadway passes from
Mound City to tho cemetery in wintor and
spring, and well nigh inaccessible in sum
mer Iron tho blinding, suffocating dust
that rises lrom tho sand roadbed.
at vicKsmmo, miss.,
nearly or quite $300,000 havo been expend
ed by tho government in improving, and
decorating the National cemotory thero, and
in grading and graveling a splendid , road
leading from tbo rivor landing to tho cemo
tory. Shall not as much be dono for the
cemetery at Mound City Representative
Thomas and Senator Logan warmly favor
tho bill for tho appropriation in question,
tad will urge its early consideration and
press its passage In this they should re
ceive the co operation of the representative;
and senators of every state north and south,
east and west. Mr. J. P. Robarts, of Mound
City, is hero working actively in the inter
est of the hill.
A bemedy resting on the basis of in
trinsic1 worth demands the confidence of all.
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup is known and used
most satisfactorily throughout the land, as
is attested by its great sales. Your drug
gists keep it.
, SMOKE TIIE
BILLET DO TJX.
GEO. E. OTIARA'S.
1?'. Koremeyer, Muiufcturor.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
GREAT musical event.
Monday, Iebruary 13
THE SALE OF SEATS WILL BEGIN
WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRU
ARY bill, AT HARTMANS.
Positive vDi'aKt'mont at tn cnormom txpense of
GRAND OI'EUA CO.,
Larsept, Stroii(.'K(, Miwt ExpenKlve and Boueaa
ful EtiKltrh Opera Compacy In Uie
Complete and perfect tin every detail, Artlsta,
Chorunei! and Urntid Orrhi-itra, forming an en
jura blu which for ffiairuuicl and roerll baa uew
been equaled on tbti Enxlliti Lyric blage.
Difttinguiiiiiwl ArtlnU KngHKnd:
EMMA AKHOTT. merlca'a moot auccetaful and
popular Prima lonna.
Jl'LIE ROSEWAI.il. Prima Dunna Soprano, lata
of Orrvdea Koyal Opera.
LIZZIK A.N.s AXHAI.K. The Contralto Qnwn,
late of NtrakoK h Opera Company.
(XKMKNTI.NK KOXHKUK. a Beautiful and Tal
MA Kit HiMH.K. Soprano.
(WKF. AH'LfcBY. Tenor.
AKTIU'K TAM, Buff" Haritnne.
VA1.KNTINE KRAHKIM, Tenor, late of Vapla
aon London Opera Company.
C.KOKliKOoN ,Y, for many jeara connected with
the Blrakotch Opera Company, and nnivvraally
known At the (jrandiat Uao Trofundo on the .
AI.ONZO STOIiDARD, the Celebrated Baritone.
(ikOrcwK OLM1. Hao Cantata, late of Carl
Roa' Opera Company.
WiI.I.IAM BKODKKICK. Baritone, and
WILLIAM fAMLE, the Favorite Tenor.
Director cf '-jlc and Conductor. Klr:VOR
FULL CHORUS AND
Monday Kvetlngat 8, will be preaented Flotowl
With an Unparalleled Caat.
Popular Opera Prices:
Reserved Scata, Tarrjnette and parqaette Circle
Jl.rfl. Admliclon ll.m. DreM circle rcaerred
eato Jl itf. Adinlcnien 7.'. Oallcry hc.
Beata can be accurud by tolejjrsph or mall.
cuaai.ia p. doweb.
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tySpeclal attention tl vim to tho Hcstanrant De-
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etc. Hchllta'aMllwaiikue Beer on draught. tf.
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Has atorted hit
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Capacity 20,000 Por Day
Aud la prepared to fill all ordora promptly.
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