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THE DAILY BULLETIN,
Office ; Bulletin Building, Waiulngtoo Amine
RNTKRKD A.T TUB POBT omC IN CAIBO, IL
LINOIS, AB 8KCOND-CLA88 MATTKH.
OFFlOlAL PAPKROF CITY AND COUNTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In this column, elKht cent por line for
UrM ami five centi por line each subsequent iniur
liou. For one week, HOconts per line. For one
month, W cent per lint.
A. Booth's Extra Selects
at A. T. DeBaun's, 5(1 Ohio luvec.
Money to Loan
on farm property and on business property,
at 8 per cent, per annum. Call at the
Alexander County Hank.
at DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
A two-horse wngon, harness, scraper.
Chair caning, done cheaply. Apply at my
flouse on 11th street. Amok Smith.
Use Tub Caiko Bclletin perforated
scratch-book, made of calendered juto
manilla, equally Rood lor ink or pencil. For
sale, in three sizes, at the office. No. 2 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, 50 Ohio levee,
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured and for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
A. Booth's Extra Selects
at A. T. DeBaun's, 50 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 Hod Snapper and other gulf
and game, fish. Depot, Ohio levee, corner
Eighth street. Jacou Klee.
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 lurge stock of Men's, Boy's
and Youth's only. So call and get your
own prices. They must bo 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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ncss, early decay, loss of manhood, fcc, I
will send a recipe that will cure you, free
ot charge. I his great remedy was discov
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Send a self addressed envelope to the Rev
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Go to Paul 0. Schuh for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness an
durability of color are unequalcd. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directions in English
and German, l'rir.6 10 rents.
I OK lame back, side or chest, use Shiloh's
Forou Plaster. Price 25 cents. Paul O
Schuh, Agent. 5
Allen'a Brain Fond positively cures nerv-
ousuess. nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs, tl. 5 for 15. All
druggists. Semi for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 315 First Ave., N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Broe.
uko. jhkhkditii, jersey uty, writes
"Tho Spring Blossom you sept me lias hai
the happiest effect on tny daughter; her
Headache and depression ot spirits has van
Ished. she is again able to go to school
and is at lively as a cricket. I shall cer
tainly recommend it to all my friends,
J'ricu GO centt, trial bottles 10 cents.
THE DAILY CAIRO
Shiloh's Couoii and Consumption Curo
is sold by us on a guarantee. It cures con
sumption. Paul G. Schuh, Agent. 0
Used to say: "Boys, if your blood is out
of order try Burdock tea;" and then they
had to dig tho Burdock and boil it down in
ki ttles, making a nasty, smelling decoc
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put up in a palatable form in Burdock
Blood Bitters. Price fl. 00
Will you buffer with Dyspepsia and
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Oveii 200,000 IIowo Scales liavo been
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& Co., General Agents, St. Louis, Mo. (3)
Dysi'Ei-sia, diarrhea, and dysentery can
be cured by using Wright's Indian Vegeta
ble Pills which give healthy activity to tho
entire system. (3)
Sleepless nights made miserable by
that terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure is the
remedy for you. Paul G. Schuh, Agent. 3
A Baptist Minister's Experience.
I am a Buptist minister, and before I
even thought of being a clergyman, I grad
uated in medicine, but left a lucrative prac
tice for my present profession, 40 years ago.
I was lor many years a sufferer from quinsy ;
"Thomas' Eclcctric Oil cured me." I was
also troubled with hoarseness, and Thomas'
Eclectric Oil always relieved me. My wife
and child had diphtheria, and "Thomas'
Eclectric Oil cured them," and if taken in
time it will cure seven timesout often. I am
confident it is a cure for the most obstinate
cold or cough, and if any one will take a
small teaspoon and half fill it with the Oil,
ami then place tho end of the spoon in one
nostril ami draw the Oil out of tho spoon
into the head by sniffing as bard as they
can, until the Oil falls over into the throat,
and practice that twice a week, I don't care
how offensive their head may be, it will
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deafness and earache ithaa done wonders to
my certain knowledge. It is the only
medicine dubbed patent medicine that I
have ever felt like recommending, and I am
very anxious to see it in every place, for I
tell you that I would not be without it in my
house for any consideration. I am now
suffering with a pain like rheumatism in
my right limb, and nothing relieves me like
Thomas' Eclectric Oil.
Dr. E. F. Cn an e, Corry, Pa.
That hacking cough can be so quickly
cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it
Paul O. Schuh, Agent. 1
Mrs. Ira Mulliolland, Albany, N. Y.,
writes : "For several years I have suffered
from oft-recurring bilious headaches, dys
pepsia and complaints peculiar to my sex.
Since using your Burdock Blood Bitters I
am entirely relieved." Prico $1.00
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In th columns, ton cents Por line.
each Insertion. Marked
Storrcr's full orchestra of eight pieces
at the Comiqtie Saturday night. 2t
Valentines of every stylo and descrip
tion at Frank Ilealy's. 3t.
-100 pairs of ladies' custom-made shoes,
at $1.25 per pair, for sale by, Ilaytliorn &
-A railroad man named Murphy died at
Bird's Point Thursday uight. He was an
employe of tho Iron Mountain road.
The offico of Esquire O. A. Osborn has
cen newly painted within She last few days.
Tho squire did the work himself and did
-Tho Illinois Central railroad will pay
its stock noldersa semi-annual divi
dend of 3a I)L'r C(;ut 011 March 1st.
The present chief of tho Cherokees is
highly educated and drosses in black broad
cloth, with faultless linen front in which
sparkles a brillant emerald.
Tho "Little Hibernian" is again ready
for work. Sho was taken from tho shops
yesterday, and is now at tho Hibernian
The K. M. K. C. inaBquerado ball, on
Mardi Gras night, the 21st instant, at The
Ilalliduy, will bo the grandest affair of tho
season. Don t lull to attend. lilt
A hygienic authority says Ireland's
troubles aro caused by potato feeding, and
that people may grow fat on them, but they
can never bo endowod with that stability of
living which is tho first quality to keep up
a national position.
About 500 young peoplu of Brooklyn
have formed themselves into a musical as
sociation to givo an opportunity not other
wiso afforded by the development of natural
vocal talent, and to establish a society from
which new and fresli musical ability may
bo drawn to supply advanced choruses.
In reply to the question why ho was
never married Alexander Stephens said :
"I had not tho heart to aBk any woman to
share my lot which is ouu of hardships and
trials." Hois writing another book, which
many conjecture is a supplement to his his
tory. Vienna Times: "As a token ot honor
to Judge W. II. Green, of Cairo, ami a trib
ute of respectflto his lato wife, who died on
the 30th ult., the circuit court ot Massac
county in session, being informed of this
sad death, stood adjourned until February
Wickliffo Tribunos "A very largo,
quite respectable looking, and jolly crowd,
came over from Cairo Sunday evening to
see our little town nestled down "high and
dry." If this thing Is to continue Wickliflo
must put on its best laumlriod Sunday-go-meetings
and build a street railway out to
the courthouse, sj that strangers may see
all the town.
Storrcr's full orchestra of eight pieces
at tho Comiquo Saturday night. 2t
u BoaijuajBA iBjuoajiiaaa pu oitno)
Remember the K. M. K. C. ball at
Tho Ilalliday, on tho night of tho 21st in
Yesterday tho first time for several
days back the Iron Mountain trains camo
in on time. Damage to tracks and bridges,
resulting from high water, was tho cause of
tho temporary irregularity.
A party of seventy excursionists from
Iowa came down tho Illinois Central road
yesterday morning, and stopped at The
Ilalliday for breakfast. They were enrouto
for New Orleans on a pleasure trip.
The Cairo Temperance Reform Club
met at its hall on Eighth street last night
in regular session. A fair attendance and
interesting exercises were tho characteristics
of the meeting.
A man named James Settlo was ar
rested by Chief Myers several days ago,
upon suspicion of being a gambler or a
vagrant. What lent additional ground for
the suspicion was the fact that Settle camo
hero from Paducah, where ho was fined
$100 and costs for being a professional
gambler, etc., and given a stay of execution
on condition that ho leave the city. Ho left
and has turned up in a Cairo police court.
His case was postponed for a day or two.
Street Commissioner Gorman had sev
eral men wero at work on Second street,
between Commercial avenuo and Ohio levee,
yesterday, repairing tho street with rock.
The street was considerably cut up be
cause of constant uso by teams going to
and from the depots; but it was not any
worse than Ohio levee and Commercial av
enue arc at sonic points between Sixth und
Second streetB. The crossing over Eighth
street, on Ohio levee, also needs new plank
ing and a wagon load of rock or gravel
It. G. Dunn & Co. report the failures
of last week throughout the country to be
ouo hundred and forty-six. Of these four
teen were in tho eastern states, thirty-five
in the western, forty-nine in tho southern,
thirty in tho middle, eleven on the Pacific
coast and in the territories, and seven in
New York city. And yet the number is
not so great as tho week previous.
Chester Tribune: "Our Democratic
friends are beginning to hunt around for
congressional material, and already several
gentlemen have rods up hoping congres
sional lightning will strike them. There
are Judge Crawford and cx-Benator Ware,
of Union county, W. W. Barr, of Jackson
county, and Hon. W. K. Murphy, of Perry
county, all of whom are clever gentlemen
and would mako excellent candidates to
Paddy Ryan went back to Now Or
leans Thursday with his trainer. Ho says
the fight was virtually finished in the sec
ond round, when he rccieved a blow under
left ear which made him almost uncon
scious, uia neca still snows a oaa uruiso,
and his upper lip is split. Ho had a long
iuterview will Sullivan, and told him ho
was the best man in tho country. Ryan
declares he will never again bo seen in the
ring. Sullivan will probably go to Chi
cago to reside,
A ripple of excitement was caused on
Monday in the hospital by the appearance
of a man named Andrew Petway, who was
broken out on the forehead with some kind
of skin disease. It was feared that he hud
small-pox or varioloid, and ho was isolated
and closely watched by Dr. Carter and his
assistant. Soon after ho hud been isolated
his ailment was found to bo only an attack
of "Acne.'! Ho was also alllicted with a
disorder of tho bowels; but yesterday ho
was discharged, entirely cured.
Look out for extra fine beef at the
shop of Fred Koehler, on the south side of
Eighth street, beginning on Saturday morn
ing. Owing to tho scarcity of beef, fine
stock, beef in particular, is very scarce, but
Mr. Koehler was determined to have the
best tho market ufforded at any cost
ami he has succeeded, with much
trouble and expense, in securing twenty
head of heifers all young, sleek, fat,
and healthy animals which ho will offer
to his many customers, in tho form of juicy,
tender, toothsome slices and chuncks on
next Saturday and every day thereafter un
til all uro Bold. Don't miss tho chauco. tf
Storrcr's full orchestra of eight pieces
at tho Comiquo Saturday night. 2t
The attendance of visitors at tho high
school room, to listen to the music, compo
sitions and roudiugsof the scholars yesterday
afternoon, was larger than usual and all
wero well pleased with tho programmo
generally and severally. Tho exercises
wero, in eharacter and order, as follows:
Composition, Miss Lizzie Green; composi
tion, MisB Ruth Barnes; recitation, MisH
Sadiu Wheeler; composition, Miss Lottie
Corhs; instrumental solo, Miss Alico Hen
demon; select reading, Miss Edith Martin;
select reading, Miss Jennio Wright; com
position, Master Willie Gilbert; composi
tion on cats, Miss Mary Irvin; select read
ing, Miss Eva Sheppard; composition, Mas
ter Frod Oaligher; recitation, Miss Maud
Ritteuhouso; composition, Miss Lila ilalli
day ; recitation, Jamie Chalmers; select
loading, Miss Mattio Iilartin; instrumental
duet, Misses Clara Robbins and Maud Rit
teuhouso; composition, Miss Wiutlo Dun
ning; composition, Master Willie Bristol;
composition, Miss Alico Ilalliday; select
reading, Miss Clara Bobbins; composition,
Master Miles Gilbert.
--Tho Mystic Krew raised "Old Harry"
in tho streetB of the city about 12 o'clock
lust night. Good or bad, they always do
things to tho "top notch," and the proces
sion last night was simply horrible!
Mr. Geo. W. Banc, a noted temper
ance orator of tho central portion of tho
state, will bo here in tho cnurso of a week
or ten days, and dclivcraseriea of lectures
for the Cairo Temperance Reform Ciub at
tho Presbyterian church.
Tho Ohio river stood at forty-fivo feet
eleven inches on the guago last night at 0
o'clock, which was a fall of fivo inches du
ring the previous twenty-four hours. At
Louisville it wus stationary, but at Cincin
nati it rose four feet four inches since pre
At tho meeting of the reform club last
night a committee was appoiutcd to draft
resolutions of respect for the lato Rev. W.
II. Whitaker, who was an active temper
ance worker. A sketch was read from tho
Signal by Mrs. G. M. Alden, another by
Miss. Jennio Wright and a Bhort address
was delivered by Rev. J. A. Scarrett.
Being requested to givo our opinion
upon the matter, based upon actual sight,
we do not hesitate to say that the beef now
on sale at the butcher shop of Mr. Fred
Koehler, on the south side of eighth 6treet,
is fully as fiuo as he represents it to be, or
ns was over offered in this city. It.
The proceedings of the city council at
its meeting last night, appear in full in
this issue of The Bulletin. Some
matters of great interest wero disposed of,
among them the proposition of the Wom
an's Club and Library Association to
donate to the city, upon certaiif conditions,
the present stock of the association, which
proposition was favoral ily reported upon by
the committee to which it had been refer
red, and was accepted ,by tho city council.
This will be good news to the ladies of the
Library association, and also to the reading
A slight fire, caused by the turning
over of a coal oil lamp in a second story
hall of the Hotel deWiuter, was tho cause
of some alarm in that institution yesterday
morning. The oil from the lump spread
over the floor and to the door of room num
ber fifteen, setting the door and its casing
on fire. Mr. Htmry Winter, the proprietor
of the hotel, discovered tho flames about
the time the door casing caught and, with
more than ordinary presence of mind, took
immediate steps to put it out without giv
ing any alarm outside. Not much damage
The ball season has now reached its
height. There are charity balls, firemen's
bills, association balls, juvenile balls. Be
tween now and Lent tho fun will be fast
and furious, and it will not all 6 top at mardi
gras. Not till tho pleasures and tho pre
occupations of Christmas and New Year's
day aro past do the great annual public
balls find full and free scope, and now they
arc at their climax. The season ofgayety
and frolic is the one to which many people
bring the chief harvest of tho year. In the
preparation of the ball room, tho costumes,
the extra apparel, the flowers, the suppers,
the gifts, tho decorations, thousands upon
thousands find a little profit, so that what
seems a special epoch of extravagence, real
ly disburses a good deal of money from
those who have an abundance to those who
struggle for a livelihood.
A young negro boy named "Dink"
Taylor, about seventeen jearsof age, who is
prud of being a citizen of Cairo, is a very
hard enso generally speaking. But
he is particularly objectionable as a
gambler. He has been caught several
times while engaged in gambling in differ
ent, secludod portions of tho city and was
known to habitually frequent Beveral
places of business of doubtful regularity
in the lower portion of the city Bill
Scott's and George Itobinsou's saloons. He
was fined several times lor gambling in se
cluded places of tho city and was ordered
by Chief Myers to remain away from the
places of business alluded to; but neither
the fines nor tho warning havo had the
desired effect he persistently and entirely
ignored both. Yesterday Chief Myers and
Officer Martin arrested him and took him
betbro Magistrate Comings, who fined him
twenty-five dollars and costs for vagrancy
and fifty dollars and costs for follow
ing gambling as an occupation.
Tho lust patient will bo discharged
from the pebt-houso to-day. IIo is tho man
Jackson, whoso life was despaired of about
ten days ago. Clothing was obtained for
him upon an order from the mayor yester
day, and ho will come fortli to-day a
cleou and healthy man from heiulto foot.
Tho pest-house will bo given a general and
thorough overhauling. It will bo repaired,
disinfected, whitewashed and scrubbed in
ternally and externally, and kept in readi
ness for a little while longer to receivo any
poor unfortunate that may bo thrust upon
us by our neighboring cities and villages.
But The Bulletin would urge upon these
cities and villages that the Cairo authorities
and people havo been very heavily taxed
with foreign Binall-pox patients. Not ono
of tho patients Cairo has treated was a citi
zen of Cairo all wero citizens of gome
other burg and each was treated by tho
city at an expenso of three or four dollars
per day. Tho authorities and people of
Cairo hopo that their pest-house may hence
forth remain unoccupied, and they feel BUro
that It will if it depends exclusively upon
Cairo to furnish tho next patient.
Thestato agent of tho North American
insurance company, of Philadelphia, lias
been iu tho city several days, adjusting the
claims of Mr. C. N. Landers for losses sus
tained in tho fire of Sunday night, and yes
terday Mr. Landers received tho full sum of
fifteen hundred dollars, for which his furni
ture had been insured. Such prompt action
on tho part of tho company and its agent
hero, Mr. JI. II. Candes, is certainly com
An attempt atsuicido was tho causo of
considerable excitement in Chester on
Thursday. It was rumored that a man had
killed himself in the City Hotel, kept by
Mr. George Stuinpo. A representative of
tho Chester Tribuno visited the hotel, and
going to a small bed-room on tho second
floor found Henry Sternberg, who resides
on a iarm about two miles northwest of
Randolph. Tho wounded man was in
great physical distress, and was shaking
violently from head to foot the result of
nervous excitement and a great loss of
blood. There lay on the wasliBtand a one
bladed, blunt-pointed Barlow knifa cover
ed with blood, Bomo few spots on tho
carpeted floor, and tho bed on which tho
unfortunate man hid was almost entirely
covered with the same crimson fluid. It
was a terrible and sickening sight. The
quivering victim of his own folly lay in a
bed of his own blood. An ugly flesh
wound was on the right wrist, and a great
cut of some two or three inches on tho
right side of tho neck had cut the branches
given off from the carotid arteries, which
convey blood Irom the neck to the head,
and had ecvered the juglar vein. Drs. Gor
don and McKenzie were summoned, and
after the usual treatment in such cases to
quiet the extreme nervous delerium under
which their patient was Buffering, carefully
dressed tho wounds, and it is thought the
patient will recover. The would be sui
cide, stated that one week from Monday
last he and Henry Runge had left here for
Belleville, for the purpose of seeking em
ployment; thaat ho himself had obtained
employment at the Harrison Machine
Works, but Runge was not so successful.
On yesterday morning about 3 o'clock he
arrived hereon the Elliott, came on the hill
alone, intending to go direct to his home
in the country, but as tho roads were in
such bad condition he concluded to remain
until morning td went to tho City Hotel.
Before retiring he told Mr. Stumpe that he
did not want to be called early. He staves
that he had gone to sleep, but waking
about 8 o'clock got up, went to his pants
pocket, got the knife and committed the
act which came so near ending his lifo. It
was perhaps an hour after this that eome
one passing the bod-room door heard
groans, and looking in found Mr. Stern
berg as above related. Just why he did it
he is unable to state, saying that from the
tima he arose from his bed until ho was
discovered was all a blank; he had at no
time contemplated so rash an act. IIo
said that of late, and in fact for some time
past, he had been drinking to excess, but
coming down on the boat he was duly
LOOK AT THIS.
"SATAN IN SOCIETY."
This popular and important book, with
a marked title, is now in our city and will
bo offered for subscription by one of the
publishers let every gentleman of mature
years examine it when presented. 3t.
THE CHAMPION PUGILIST.
John L. Sullivan of Boston, accompanied
by a delegation of noted sports arrived
here last cveuiug on the four o'cloek train
from New Orleans. His coming had been
announced by private telegrams and a
large crowd assembled at the incline eager
to catch a glimpse of the champion. When
tho train had been transfered from the
boat to the Illinois Central track a gen
eral rush was made for the Bleepers. IIo
was fmally discovered near one of the
windows of the Chicago sleeper, and after
much solicitation and begging on the part
of the crowd to show himself on tho plat
form he walked to the rear end of tho car
and decended to terra firma. IIo was kept
busy shaking hands with the crowd until
tho train moved out to Chicago where he
goes on exhibition to night. Pete McCoy,
with whom ho spars, was left, but took his
departure this morning and will reach Chi
cago in time.
The party wus composed among
others of the following noted
persons: J. S. Sullivan, "Billy Mad
den, his trainer; "Bob Ferrell, tho noted
boxer, Peto McCoy, anotherlchampion box
er, Wm. McCoy, of Boston, one of Sullivan's
backers; Mr. Mcllvane, auother of his back
ers, James Eagen, of St. Louis, Frank Wat
kins, chief of detectives of St. Louis, Lieu
tenant Currier, chief of detectives of Chica
go, and E. A. Noonan, prosecuting attorney
of St. Louis.
Sullivan looks in fine condition. The only
preceptible evidence of tho fight is a slight
discoloration of tho skin under tho left eye
and a scratch on one ot his hands. IIo
feels very indignant over tho report which
appeared inj the Post-Dispatch yesterday,
that he had given himself up to excesses
after the fight in New Orleans. Mr. Will
Smith who camo up with tho party from
Arlington, called his attention to the dis
patch and at the champion's request wrote
tho following denial which was forwarded
to St. Louis lust night:
Caiuo Feu. 10, 1882.
Editor Post Dlnpntcli, St. Louis
The statement in your New OrleunB spe
cial of yesterday that I was drunk and on
a corousal for two days is absolutely false.
Insert this and obligo J. L. Sullivan.
When others aro suffering, drop a word
of kindness and sympathy. If they are
suffering from a Cold, givo them Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup; a few doses of this valuablo
remedy will afford instant relief, and a
twenty-five cent bottle will cure tho worst
J Korsmoyor, Manufacturer.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
ORKAT Ml'MCAL EVENT.
!Moiiday, February 13
THE SALE OF SEATS WILL BEGIN
WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRU
ARY feTH, AT HARTMANS.
Positive etitfaRemont at an ennrmoua expense of
GKAND OPERA CO.,
OOMPKI.SINCJ- Over CO I'KOPLK
Larseft, Stronci-ct, Moct Expeiii'lvo and Sucoess
fill English Opera Company lu the
Complete and purred In every detail, Artists,
Chorine and lirand Orchestra, forming an en
fumble which for magnitude and merit ha uetcr
beln equaled on the Knilfb Lyric Mai;e.
X)iatinj;uiNhfd Artlptn KuKitgftl:
KM MA AHHOTT. America's most successful and
popular Pruna Donna.
JlLIEROF.WALl), Prima Donna Soprano, lato
Of Un-sden Koval Opera.
LIy.IK AN AN HALE. The Contralto Queen,
late of SlrakoK h Opera Company.
CLEMEN"! INK Ho.MILl a. a deaullful and Tal
M A K I K HiNM.K. Soprano.
(iKoHHE APPLE MY- Teuor.
AHTHI'K 1 AM, liutlo Harttone.
VALENTIN K KKAHKINI. Tenor, late of Maple
son's London Opera Company.
(iEoKliK ('ONLY, for many years eonnected with
the (itrakofch Opera Company, and universally
known a the racdi st Bjc-o Trofundo ou the
"AI.ONZO STOPDARI). the Celebrated Baritone.
iiKOhl.K OLMI, Jianeo Cantata, late of Curl
Koa's Opera Company.
WILLIAM IlROHK.klCK. Baritone, and
WILLIAM CATTLE, the Favorite Tenor.
Director of Mimic Hud Conductor, fI(iX0R
FULL C1IOKUS AND
Monday Evui:lnf at 8. will be presented Flotowi
With an Unparalleled Cast.
Popular Opera Prices:
Rrnerved Seatu, I'arqnette and I'arquetto Clrclo
St. SO. Admlni'ion $Li. l)res Clrclo reserved
eeate Sl-2-r- Admlcslun 7.'c. (iallery Mc.
Seats can he secured hy telegraph or mall.
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PROPRIETORS OF HERBERT'S
Hotel and Kestaumnt,
City National Bank,
trySpeclnl attention Klventotho Restaurant De
partment, which will he supplied with IWItluioro
and Mobile Oysters, and all kinds of game und fish
In their season. Skilled cooks aud waiters em
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whiskies, and all other nnt-cluns Liquors, cinarf
etc. Schlitis's Milwaukee lleerou draKht. tf.
CAPTAIN 1). F. CURTIS
llati started big
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auq is preparea to nil all order promptly.
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WOOD OP ALL KINDS.
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