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We ar,t a iih rUd to annum'-'! that It. A. I).
WILHANKS.of JerTtirtiHi county. t crttnllilnto
for Clnrk ofthe A; illatn 'ourt in tho Fourth
DitUI n it ll:ln inhjuct l' ibii necnOon of
convention of toe Democratic, pariy
H' are .uihorliied in announce I ho name (if
WALTEIt WAIOrflt iiudida e fur tne
of County JU'li!'' ,,f AluumliT County.
W lire luilliorlmid to announce .limtlce JoUN
H. UulitN.SOS aa an independent candidate fur
County , udi!u at the eomlu( Novimtur election.
We urn HulUrix:d to annonu-.o Mr. MILES V,'.
I' A It KK.lt in mi Independent candidate for Ui'hk
urer of Alexander county at the coiniiis November
SPEWAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In thin column, olgnt cent pur Una for
(rut and Ave cunt per line each aiiliaequent Inter
Oou. For one wwk. an conU per hue. r ouu
nionth, Mi cenu per line.
Attention R. A. M's
A spocial meeting of Cairo Chapter No.
7, H. A. M. f-r work in P. M. will be held
to-night. All K yal Masons are cordially
invited. James S. Reakden, Sic.lt.
Messrs. Smith &, Urinkniyer, mer
chant tailors, Washington avenue near Sib
street, are receiving a full lino of new for
eign and domestic (roods of newest paterns
tor suiting and are ready to receive orders
and ruanfacture suits of the best qual
ity cloth and guaranteed fit. Their prices
are- as low as best goods can be &ojd.9-.'3-lm
Flour u cheaper ami my loaves are made
largo that uiy customers niiy get the ben
efit. These large loaves sell at the bakery
3 for 10 cents. I do not peddle bread.
My bread is pronounced by those
who know, to be the best
in the city. Remember it is big loaves and
sold only at the bake shop. Yuu get the
full worth of your money. Try it.
9-2-lm. - Fka.sk Kkatky.
Out of the fire, cor. of 8th and Levee, my
ire bouse and oiiice is at present t '. the
City Brewery, on Washington aveuue, 'ie
tween 8th and Oth streets. Orders w ill be
filled same as usual, both wholesale and
retail. Wagons supply regularly every day.
Southern Hotel ana Kc-uurant
Leo Kleb desires his friends ami the pub
lic to know that thi favorite ho:l is now
thoroughly repaired and refitted in letter
condition than before the fire. Mea.s at
reasonable rtei are furnished at ail hours.
01rm anl bed fr tiis tired, gjod
tare Ijt the hungry, fine liquors lor the
thirsty, is the ru e. Give hint a call, tf
Summer Excursion Tickets.
The Illinois Central nilroaJ has now on
tale excursion tickets t" ail the ptirn ial
summer resorts in Wisconrin. I iwa, Min
nesota and .Michigan; aW, Deuver, Pu.-bln,
Toronto and Niagara Falls. IUte low.
Caller address J. 11. Jone?, Ticket Agent,
Cairo, for excursion guides.
A. II. Hanson, General Passenger Agent.
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted Btub, suited to any business, manufac
tured aud for sale at thu Cairo ISulletin
Sprout's Retail Ice Box.
Cousutueis of ice are notified that for
their convenience I have built a large Ice
box on Eighth street in CuudiU's store where
ice in anv quantity can at nil times be ob
tainod. My customers will remember that
their tickets will bo punched at this stand
list the same as by drivers ol wagons, tf
Use Tub Caiiid Hcllktin perfotated
cratcn-oooK, made ot calendered kite
manilla, equally good for ink or pencil. For
sale, in turee sizes, at the ohVe. No. 2 and
8. five and ten cents each by the single one
by the dozen. Special discount on gross
iota to trie trade.
Ik you are a woman and want both
health and beauty, remember that all su
perficial efforts to increase your petsonal
cbarms are vain.. Freshness and beauty
accompany health, and to secure this Mrs.
Lydia E. Pinkham's remedies for all female
weaknesses offers the surest means of ren
ovation. The highest intelligence loses its
lustre when it must find expression
through a billious complexion. Good for
I)H. K.LlMt'8 GUKAT NeHVR UliBToltKK 18
the marvel of the age for all nerve (Uncases.
All fit stopped free. Bend to 031 Arch
street, Fhiladelpia, Pa.
Allen's Brain Food positively cures m rv
ousneas, nervous debility, and all weiiknei-s
of generative organs. 1. 5 for .5. All
druggists. Send tut circular to Allen's
1'harmacy, 815 First Ave., N. Y. Hold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros
Tub old need them for strength; the
young want them tor a tonic; the sick crave
them to get well; the well tuke them to
remain r; dyspeptics need them for relief;
epicures like them as an apctizer;cverybody
takes Hops ana Alan uiuers.
The U. 8. government are using large
cumbers of the Improved Howe tweaks,
Borden. Sellcck & Co sweats, St. Louis,
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In thena coinmni, ton cents per line,
itch InnertloD. Marked
-Win. Alba has tlio fluest Larbcr shop
in southern Ills. tf.
Messrs. Strauss and Trouty returned
from Clear Lake yesterday evening, each
with a 6tring of fino fish.
-The proceedings of the city council
at its lust meeting, published elsewhere in
this issue, will bo interesting to somo.
Mrs. Harris Sullivan is in the city on
a visit to Mrs. Mijir II inkle. Mr. Sulli
van, her husband, is first clerk of tho new
Anchor Line steamer, "Arkansas City."
The Hibernian fire company meets to
night at its. hall, on Washington avenue,
for the purpose of holding an annual elec
tion of officers.
Mr. C. K. Stewart has returned from
his trip cast. He made large purchases of
fancy notions and dry goods while gone,
which will arrive soon.
Prof. Storcr's new orchestra is holding
nightly meetings in the opera house for
practice, and is already making some fine
By notice among special locals it will
ho seen that Chapter No. 71, Royal Arch
Masons is to meet to-night for " work in
P. M." A cordial invitation is extended to
all members of the order.
Mr. Charles B twers purchased a good
horse and a new delivery wagon yesterday,
and will pufc them on the street to deliver
fresh oysters to citizens generally during
the coming season.
The annual gathering of the Christian
young men of this state, at Jacksonville,
Oct. 5 -8, promises to be the largest gather
ing of thejkind yet held. About '.'00 dele
gator will bo in attendance.
The boy, James Dudly, who had his
foot badly crushed in a vain attempt to
board a Wabash train a few days ago, under
went the operation of amputation by Dr.
Parker Wednesday. Ho is here on a visit
from St Liuis where his parents reside.
Go to Wm.Alba's on Commercial ave
nue for hair cut, shampoo, shaves etc. The
best shop in southern Ills. tf
About sixty people of Cairo attended
the barbecue at Unity Springs yesterday.
A lure nun'' r of country people were
also there. The exercises were highly in
teresting and continued until late last
The Union county, Illinois, Circuit
C'jiirt is having a hard time securing a jury
for the trial ot Sam Hazel for the murder
of little Mollie Dalton a year ago. The
court has issued a special venire for 230 ad
ditional men. Only one juror had been se
Mr. Peter Nefl wiil have the charrea
rem nant of wail r f the Iron Mountain office
buildiiii.'. standing in clo'e and dangerous
pr"x;mity to Mr. A. T. DcBtun's sslooon,
pulled down in order to enable Sir. l)e
Baun to reopen Lis saioon without standing
in constant fear of dinger to his life from
the possible falling of the wail.
This afternoon, at 2 o'clock, the Pro-
hibitiocisU of this county will meet in
mass convention at Reform hall on Eighth
street, for the purpose of selecting delegates
to the state, and probably also to the sena
torial district, convention. It is understood
that Hon. Thomas M. Logan was in the
city Wednesday in his own interest as a
candidate for the senate, seeking the in
structions of the delegates from this county,
Regarding the Texas portion of the
Texas and St. Louis railway, the following
may bo Btated ; The road is ruw building
fromJMcGreoger to Gatesville, in Coryell
county, forty six miles west of Waco.
But a few miles of track remain to be
laid and the line will probably be open for
business by the latter part of September.
Several thrifty stations are springing up
along the line. The road has demonstrated
its value and capacity in a carrying point
of view and w hen it completes its gap
through the state of Arkansas it will be
ready to cope with any other competing
Maurice Clancy did not take1 the stay
and leave town as was reported in police
news. His father, wh has ppent several
thousand dollars on tho young man's educa
tion, would not permit it. He believes that
Maurice's natural inclinations arc to wdiat
would make an exemplary citizen; and
says that it is only his sociability that oc
casionally, seldom however, lends him into
association with men far beneath him so
cially.and whose vices involve him in difficul
ties, like liia recent trouble, from which, bo
ho never so innocent, ho must suffer with
tho guilty. If ha would follow in the foot
steps of his parents, with his education, ho
would make a good citizen, and tho lesson
t bo cirtlul in selecting his associates
would not be lout.
Mr. John Goekle, of St. Louis, Is in tho
city at the resilience of hi brother-in-law,
Er. C. Osterloh. Ho came hero yesterday
lor tho purpose of settling with the insur
ance companies in which his latelv des
troyed hotel was iusured, and to determine
what to do with tho now nearly vacant lot
nd tho ruins of the building.
l7P to yesterday evening ho bad
not decided what to do, and will probably
not decide until after lm ahull Uv u.i.
I tied with tho losuraucu company. But bo
CAIRO BULLETIN: Fill DAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 8, m.
intimated that ho would probably replace
the oi l building ti tho depths of about
fifty feet and upon tho remaining sixty of tho
lot, put up a two story building. Mr. NefT
and Mr. Goeklo will probably build to
gether. Detective Geo. Herbert, of Watkiu'g
detective force, St. Louis, camo down yes
terday in response to a telegram from Chief
Myers announcing tho capture hero of tho
negro woutdbc murJerer, Frank Morris. Mr.
Herbert is the same officer that came here
about a year agonnd took back with him a
negro named Charles Thillips who had also
committed a capital crime in St. Louis and
had escaped. He is ona of tho 6hrcwdost
officers of the force, but a gentleman of
modest pretensions. Ho left with his man
at 11 o'clock yesterday morning. Morris'
victim was another negro with whom ho had
quarreled and whom he struck in the head
with a rock. The wounded man was still
alive when Detective Herbert left St. Louis,
but was not out of danger. Morris went
back to St. Louis quite willingly.
The following account of an accident
which happened to our former fellow-citizen,
Mr. Jewett Wilcox, appeared in the
Hotel World of recent date, and Vill be
read with interest by every subscriber of Tnii
Bulletin : Capt. Jewett Wilcox, the ex Chi
cago hotel nun, who has been resorting at
Lako Minnetoiika, Min., with his family, had
a narrow escape from drow ning last week in
Minnetonkas sparkling waters. He was
out fishing with his friend Dr. Walker, of
St. Louis, about three miles from head
quarters and a half mile from shore, when
he got a strong " bite " from some uruiii
a'.ly large piscatorial representative, and he
stood up in the bow of the boat to better
land him. Of a sudden Mr. Fish pulled so
hard that the line parted in the middle and
the Captain turned a back summersault
into the water, disappearing from view.
Dr. Walker, with remarkaWe presence of
mind and surprising agility being a gen
tleman weighing 27-5 pounds passed
around the boatman in the center of the
bout and reached the opposite end just in
time to catch Mr. Wilcox by the wrist as
he ro.-c above the water. As the attempt
to " land " so heavy a man as Mr. Wilcox
into a small bout already overloaded by a
very heavy man would have been extremely
dangerous to ail concerned, the D ct t re
tained hold of one of Mr. Wilcox's hands
while the other held to the boat, ami in
that way wms towed to the shore. Mr. W.
was completely exhausted, but after emp
tying bis Ixwts they embarked for the camp
of Dr. Walker, where they arrived safely,
but with a very dimp passenger. Capt.
Wilcox say that not being a swimmer he
considers his life was saved by the presence
of mind and efficient assistance of Dr.
Walker. His advice to fishermen is to
keep their sea's when in a row-boat! The
Captain had another exciting episode while
at the lake, thrilling enough to manufac
ture a drama from, but he thinks it will
look better in oral than in writtin history.
Anyway, he says he was never so glad be
fore iu hi when in inky darkness h
behel ! -i mighty rnastitf wag his tail in
stea l t -1 wing his teeth!
-Mr. E. W. Green has withdrawn from
the firm of Green, W i Sc Bennett, with
whh.h he h id been connected for several
years. Mr. Green has been one of the old
n i pro-.pi-roiis business men of Cairo,
who had fiith in Cairo's good prospects,
and eneruy and good judgement enough to
u the advantages offered by tho town to
hisown pecuniary benefit. He came before
the public in the firm of Thomas, Green &
Aldeo, commission merchants, which firm
began at the bottom of the ladder iu a
biiiiuefis sense and became within a few
years one of the leading commission
firms in the city. Shortly alter this firm
was dissolved, Messrs. Green &, Wood form
ed a partnership in the commission business,
and' by dint of well-directed industry and
experience, conducted their business with
marked success. But, being ambitious,
the firm enlarged its field of operations
several years ago by going into the manu
facture of corn meal. About this time the
firm was strengthened by an additional
member, Mr. S. P. Bennett, a gentleman of
menus and ol large business experience,
and the new firm did not abandon the com
micsioii business, but devoted itself princi
pa'ly to its corn meal mills which are now
among the largest in the city and are kept
in operation almost constantly to meet tho
demands ol tho firm's trade. Mr. Green
retires because his health demands it. Ho
will travel for u while to recuperate. Tho
mills and tho business of t!io old firm will
hereafter be conducted by Col. John Wood
ami Mr. S. P. Bennett, under tho firm nanm,
wo presume, of Wood & Bennett. The
Biti.ktin promises for it continued pros
perity in every way.
JohnGladney and his bar-koeper Thom
as Hogan, both negroes, wore energetic
workers for Captain Thomas in tho lato
Republican primaries in this city. They
did somo effective work among tho bulk
of tho Republican party, tho colored elo
meut. Tho success of Mr. Thomas iu tho
Fifth ward ot tho city was probably duo
largely to tho efforts of Mr. Gladuey and
those immediately under his control. Ot
courso Captain Thomas and his oflicohold.
ing supports here were well pleased with
Mr. Gladney'n work. They felt grateful
and under obligations to him. Naturally
they were anxious tofavorMr. Gladney,
and saught for ways and meaus to do
this. Mr. Gladney himseir offered tho
opportunity. Mr. Gladney had been
a saloon keeper, but had not renewed his
licenso at tho end of the year. Hi failure
to renew hi licenso was duo moro to a lack
of funds than t any conscientious sam
ples against tho liquor traffic, which w'as
amply proven by the fact that he did not
allow his failure to havo licenso to prevent
him from engaging in that much abused
tralllc. Ho did openly engago in it with
out having obtained license from eithr tho
city or from the internal revenue officers
here. IIo did sell liquors, tobaccos and
cignrs for ono month and seven days in
violation of thucity's and tho government's
laws, und he did this with the full knowl
edge and consent of the city ami internal
revenue officers. If judged strictly the
city officer were probably wrong in al
lowing Gladney to sell stall without license,
but they were acting in accordance with
uge ami it cannot bo said that they were,
by permitting such wrong, relieving them
selves of any obligations to Gladney. Fur
thermore, the city officers have done their
duty now. They havo arrested, convicted
and lined Gladney because ho did not come
to time within tho time agreed upon. But
were the internal revenue officers any less
culpablel Were they also in the habit of
issuing saloon and tobacco licenses on thirty
days credit to persons o utterly irresponsi
ble as a negro ward-politician, who can
almost carry his real and persoul property
about in his dilapidated plug hat?
can it be said of them with equal
certainty that they were not,
by permitting this negro to open
ly violate the iuternal revenue laws, reliev
ing themselves id" obligations, expressed or
implied, under which this negro had placed
thitn by his services in the lato disgrace
ful primaries? Perhaps these questions
are impertinent and reflect upon the inter
nal revenue officers a little too severely.
Perhaps there was no bargain between the
officers and the negro aforesaid, by which
the latter was to be permitted to viol lie
the internal revenue laws in consideration
of his services in the interest of Sir. Thorn
a3. Perhaps it was only a case of simple
neglect of tho people' business on the part of
the officers, caused by the pressing demand
for their services in the primaries ol the
party. This is a very charitable view of
the matter, but is it justified? Not yet.
The excitement caused by the convention
and the preliminary steps thereto is over,
and the campaign has not yet fairly opened.
The Republican political elements are com
paratively quiet ; Gladney' crime is no
longer a secret, not even an open secret, for
it is a matter of record in the courts, and it
has been published to the world in the pub
lic press. The internal revenue officers can
not plead, and could not have pleaded
since several weekB back, pressing engage
ments of a partisan political character; they
can not plead, and could not have pleaded
since several days back, entire innocence of
Gladney's crime. Yet Gladney Iras not
been called upon to answer to the federal
courts for his bold violation of tho federal
law. There can be no longer any doubt
that tho internal revenue officers are now
w illfully neglecting their duty ; and while
doing this they are laying themselves open
to the suspicion that they are winking at
Gladney's crime in order not to excite that
politician's displeasure, and thereby run
tho risk- of losing his influence with the
predominating element of tho party in the
county, during tlio campaign now opening.
STILL MORE NEW HOUSES.
The foundations for two new cottages on
Centre stieet, between Washington avenuo
anil Walnut street, are laid and the super
structures are being put upon them. One of
them is being built for Mr. Jacob Martin,
and the other for Mrs. Isabella Foster. Mr.
Hendricks has the contract for putting up
the buildings. Mr. Martin will have an
other cottage built in tho same neighbor
hood, during next spring.
On the vacant lots of Mr. John T. Run
nil:, on the easterly bUIo of Commercial
avenue, between Eighth and Tenth streets,
the bed was prepared yesterday for the re
oeption of the foundation of anew brick
structure, thirty by forty feet in dimensions,
and about thirty feet high. This building
is to be used by Mr. Renniefor a foundry
It will be furnished with an engine and all
other machinery necessary in casting iron
andworking it into machinery. It will bean
auxilliary to Mr. Rennio's machine shop on
the levee, with which it will bo conno-ted
by pipes to supply tho steam for running
the engine, etc. At somo future time Mr
Rennio will erect another much larger
building, on tho same pieco of ground, to
receive tho machinery ami fixtures of his
well appointed machino suops on the
AN IMPORTANT MISSION.
Last Wednesday Captain J. R. Thomas
arrived in tho city "from tho sea shore"
on bis way home; but alter consultation
with several prominent citizens, ho was in
duced yesterday to accompany Hon. T. W.
Halliday to St. Louis, there to attend the
session of tlio Mississippi river improve
ment commission, which is to bo held
to-day. The object of tho
meeting of tho commission is to decide
where and how tho Mississippi River Im
provement appropriation is to bo expended
And tho object of Messrs. Halliday and
Thomas is to induco the commission to or
dor that a portion ol tho amount appropri
ated for the stretch of rlvor botwoon
hero and St. Louis be expended
in tho Improvement of the rlvor
opposite Cairo. Messrs. Halliday and Thom
as am arinod with facts and arguomeuts in
favor of their object w hich the commission
cannot ignoro and which, if properly pre
sented which there Is re won to believe wiil
be, will have the desired effect. River
men particularly and all other who know
tho needs ot tho river at tin point gojer
ally, will hope that Misers. Ilalliday and
Thomas will succeed in their mission.
TWO WOOLLY ELEPHANTS.
From tlio No York Dally Tlruus, October 9, Is so.
Messrs. Chun. Recho it Bro. have received
by tho steamer "Oxfordshire," Capt. C. P.
Jones, lroin Singapore, two of tho small
est and iii.t wonderful elephants ever ex
hibited in this country or iu Europe. Tho
famous baby elephant born ic. Philadelphia
and about which so much has been writ
ten, is larger than either of tho elephants
which tho Messrs. Recho havo secured.
Both of these are covered with strong black
hair nearly two inches in length, ami are
said to be the first of this kind ever shown
in any country at a public exhibition. The
smaller one sways to ami fro like the larg
est elephant that ever howled under a cir
cus tent. Ho is as frisky and playful as a
kit'en, nud will delight bund reds of ronip
ingchildren today at the Now York Aqua
Both of the elephants are perfectly harm
less. Their tu-ks hre beginning to grow,
but they permit any ono to fondle their
trunks, and seem to be alwtys on tho scent
for peanuts and candy! They have small
er ears thau the baby elephant, and are
much more attractive. Mr. Reicho says
that they were worth flO.OiiO. They were
captured in the northern part of the Mal
ay peniriMila, and are called woolly elo-
phants. They are fed on rice, bread, hay,
The above most remarkable animals will
be exhibited in Sells Brothers' Six Enor
mous railroad shows, at Cairo Monday
OPENING OF THE SEASON.
The Opera House npon with tho "Jolly
Bachelors," next w el; with a magnificent
chorus. The opera opens in iho palace of
King Myops, a decrepid old monarch, who
has an only son, Prince Cosmo, w ho is kept
in the strictest seclusion, as it was prophe-
cied by a Sybil that ho would be in great
langer until bis twentieth birthday ot be
ing carried into life-long captivity by a fe
male warrior, Ho Is closely watched by his
tutor, Racaluc, and the master-at-arms, Von
Teufel, who have been so faithful in the
discharge of their dti'y that he has reached
the age of IS without ever having seen a
female his mother having died at his
birth, his only companion is bis foster
brother, l'ascare!. Ono day, having return
ed from a hunt, the Prince astoniBhos the
King by telling him of a lovely creature he
saw in the forest as ho strayed from hi
companions. The King discovers that a
bracelet always worn by his son is missing
and questions him regarding it. The Prince-
tells how as he clasped it on the arm of
this beautiful creature they were disturbed
by the approach of Racabac, at which she
lied leaving him in ignorance as to w ho she
was. Tho King, after moralizing with his
son, leaves him with Racabac to tako his
lesson, while he retires for bis accustomed
siesta. A dispute arising between them,
the Prince drives his tutor from the room
Perceiving tho Ksng's robe, crown and wig
lying near, he dons them, wishing to sec
how they would adorn him when bo is
King. As he is congratulating himself up
on the line effect, he is surprised by tho ap
proach of the Countess. Not having time
to disrobe, he hastily seats himself upon tho
throne, thinking it will bo great fun to play
the King, if not discovered. The Count
enters, accompanied by an embassy from
the Court of Queen Rhodoplio, w ho ask tho
hand of Prince Cosmo in marriage for tho
beautiful Princess Florian, tho only daugh
ter of the Queen. The King, (in embryo),
seems greatly perplexed as to what shall be
done with Hie young Prince, anil hastily
consults with Racabac and Pascarel. The
hitter suggests that the Prince be kept in
seclusion while he will personate tho 1'iiiice
and marry the Princess, thus saving him
from thu ilouiii prophecicd. As tho em
bassy, which consists of a bevy of beautiful
girls, approaches the throne, tho King
(Prince Cosmo) recognizes iu tlmir leader,
tho maiden whom he met in the forest that
morning, who is no other than tho Princess
Floiimi disguised as ono of tho embassy.
Shu asks to see the Prince j and while tho
King (Prince Cosmo) converses with her,
the old King, awakened from his slumbers
by tho unusual sound of female voices,
rushes in. Seeing his son masquerading in
his robes and in converse with a strange
but beautiful female, hurries him from the
room, to tho great amazement, of hi own
court, who Instantly understand tho situa
tion, ami thu surprise of tho embassy who
cannot understand this strange interrup
tion. This is part of the first act. Tho second
is full of changes and pleasant situations,
and tho opera end happily for all.
Cancers And other Tumors.
aro treated with usual " success . by the
World's Dyspensary Modical Association,
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GRAND OPENING NIGHT.
CAIRO OPKIM HOUSE
First time lutue City of tho
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poiutmiuts and aeat embracing the Hot burn iu
the lyric world. Including
Miss Jermnio Winston,
MISS MILLIE ilAUYIN,
Miia Snte Singer,
Mn Orace Clark,
Mi- May Clark.
Mini Anna Carman,
MIp I.eona Coolii) ,
.Ml Sidle Lane,
Miss I(oe Manger,
Mr. bliiuey llama,
Mr. Arthur H. Bl,
Mr. M . J Donovan,
Mr. Mai 1- u nian.
.Mr. Hilwni St vc rir,
Mr. W. A. Doiu-Uh.
Mr. Char t a iluirlic,
Mr. John )l smili v.
Mr. r'. J. liinkuourit,
A GRAN II CHORUS OF TRAINED
Mr. Ban Krelsalg
Endorsed by tke Promt and Pab lc as the
Great Operatic Hucc-..
O. W Ilamiiraly , Manager
Arthur H. Dell Sta.; Manager
U.rryW". Peck .Huemri.a Af ul
POPULAR OPE HA PKI'ES.
Tlckete on aleat Dan Ilurtrnan'. Comment
h' It Kl I
JOHN JOHNSON & GO'S
S A L 0 0 X.
Lato Kochler's, on Eighth Street.
Aln f'liolco Wine and Liquors of every decr!p
Hon. Warm I.uticli evorr morning at V:30. Cirand
Lunch every balurdar.
TOM WINTKK & CO.
Auctioneers and Commission Merchant
No. 2.1 Eighth Street,
Between Commercial and Washington Avs.
1HAS. B. Fair & CO.
Proprietors of Iron it ml Much t no
Corner Nluetli find Waehlnton avenue,
A LI' KINDS OK M ACI1INK
WoltK, notl.KK WO UK AND
ATTENDED TO AT 1th A SUN M.K
Wo i-.Iko havn a niimlwr or HKfiOM) HAND
KNU1NE8 AND UOlLttKS, for mlo cuoiiit.
PROPRIETOR OF sriiOAT'B PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICfl VI THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELL
7'fJKKD FOR SHIPPING
Car Ivoadfl u Specialty.
Cor, Twelfth Street and Levee,