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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 10, 1882.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICE: NO. 78 OHIO LEVEE.
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OND CLASS RATES.
OMUlAL PAPER OF CITS AND OOOMTY
Wo m 'ilhorl)!'i(l to announcu that II. A. D.
W1LHANK.H, of Jetfuriim comity, U a candidate
fort'liir ofthe Anptllata (,'ourl i ti- the r'oiirtb
Divlal hi Df llllooU, eu'iject to tin) decision of ft
cauvuuilon of ilia Democratic parly
We are authorized to announce tho name of
WALTKK WAmJttlUaeandidnefrttte often
of Uouuly Judge of Alexander County.
Waara authorlauil t'launnuuro .lint Ice JOHN
II. KuBINrtCM aa iq Independent candidate for
County Jud at tlio aomliitf Novuinuer election.
Wu arc authorized to anouu:o Mr. MILES V,
I' A UKr.lt u no Independent candidate for treas
urer of Alexander county at the comlu November
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Noiico lu tii! column, cint cenu per line for
flrfttaudOve centa par Ilea each mhMHjuent Inter
lion. Kor one wank, 3D ceuta yet Hue. for oua
n onth, iiOceiite pur Una.
at DuBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
Messrs. Smith Si Brinkmyer, nier
chant tailors. Waahint'toa avenue iirar tjth
Btrot, are receiving a full line of neW for
eign and domestic gijods of newest interna
tor iiitinff aud aro ready to receive orders
anl maufacture suits of the beat cjval
ity cloth and guaranteed S. Their price
are as low as U'st goods can lie bold. 9-5-1 m
at DeBaun's, 68 Ohio levee.
Flour is cheaper and my loaves are made
large that my customer may get tho ben
efit. These large loaves sell at tho bakery
3 for 10 cents. I do not peddle bread.
My bread is pronounced by those
who know, to bo the best
in the city. Remember it is big loaves aud
Bold only at the bake shop. You get the
full worth of your money. Try it.
9-2-lia. t Fraxk Kratky.
go to DeBaun's, 56 Ohio levee.
Out of the fire, cor. of 8th and Levee, my
icehouse aud office is at present it the
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, 'be
tween dth and 9th streets." Orders will be
tilled same as usual, both wholesale and
retail. Wagons supply regularly every day.
at DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
Summer Excursion Tickets.
Tho Illinois Central railroad has now on
sale excursion tickets t all the principal
summer resorts in Wisconsin, Iowa, Min
nesota and Michigan ; also, Denver, Pueblo,
Toronto and Niagara Falls. Kates low.
Call or address J. II. Jones, Ticket Agent,
Cairo, for excursion guides.
A. II. Hanson, General Passenger Agent.
in market at DeBaun's 66 Ohio levee.
Heceipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured and for snlo at tho Cairo Bulletin
Sproat's Retail Ice Box.
Coasumers of ice are notified that for
their convenience I have built a largo Ice
box on Eighth street in CundifTs store where
ice in anv quantity can at all times be ob
tained. My customers will remember that
their tickets will be punched at this stand
ust the same as by drivers of wagons, tf.
Use Tub' Cairo Bulletin oert'oiated
scratch-book, inado of calendered jute
manilla, equally good for ink or pencil. For
s sale, in three sizes, at thu office. No. 2 and
8. fivo and ten cents each by the single one,
by the dozen. Special discount on gross
lots to the trade.
Rheumatism, disordered blood, general
debility, and many chronic diseases pro
nounced incurable, aro often cured by
Brown's Iron Bitters.
Nothing like "Lindsey's Blood Searcher"
for nil skin diseases, tetter, salt rheum, itqh,
etc. It never fails.
After all, a gentlo purgative is the best
means for curing headache, liver complaint,
billiousncss, etc. Take "Sellers' Liver
If yoc are a woman and want both
health and beauty, remember that all su
perficial efforts to increase your personal
charms aro vain. Freshness and beauty
accompany health, and to secure this Mrs.
Lydia E. Pinkham's remedies for all female
weaknesses offers tho surest means of ren
ovation. Tho highest intelligence loses Its
lustre when it must find expression
through a billions complexion. Good for
Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer is
the marvel of the age for all nerve diseases.
All fits stopped free. Bond to 031 Arch
street, I'uilaucipia, ra.
Allen's Brain Food positively cures norr
ousness, uervous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs, f 1. o for $5. All
druggists. Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 815 First Avo., N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notlcaa In tbaaa eoinmna, win unu par Una,
aach Insertion and whether marked or not, if calcu
lated to fowa-d any man'i bu.lueaa luturent are
-Win. Alba has the finest barber shop
In southern Ills. " tf.
M.J. Ilowly advertises his horse and
buggy for sale.
All kinds of wall-paper remnants, for
sale cheap by Jeff M. Clark. It.
Go to Win. Alba's on Commercial ave
nue for hair cut, shampoo, sh&yjs etc. Tho
best shop in southern Ills. tf
Lost, breast pin; Circle shaped;
clasped hand in center; letters F. O. C.
Liberal reward will be paid if let t at
Bulletin office. It.
Take a dollar, go to Jeff M. Clark's, on
Washington avenue, and buy enough goad
varnish to cover everything you have in
the house. It.
Wanted Two good girls cook and
house girl. Must bring recommen
dations. Mrs. Wood Rittenhouse, corner
Seventh and Walnut streets.
There will be services in the Lutheran,
the Presbyterian and tho Episcopul and
both the Catholic churches to-day at the
The service at the Method'at church
this morning will bo of a kind especially
interesting to children, but it will be nono
the less interesting to grown people. The
usual evening service will bo held also.
In accordance with several previous
announcements in The Bclletiv Mr. B.
8. llairell aud family arrived in Cairo last
Friday night to again make their home
among their old friends.
Not less than forty couples attended
the ball of the Young People's social club
Friday night, at Hartman's hall. The af
fair wag as successful financially as in every
Have you seen tbo new goods fine
English, French and American cloths, for
suitings, at Smith & Brinkmyer's? You
should see them before giving your order
for fall or winter suits. Fits aro guaran
Alderman Swoboda is rejoicing over
the arrival of his second a boy born
Thursday, weighs 10, V pounds. The Al
derman is proud ; he has reason to be, and
yet the same thing happens in every (nearly)
Mr. DeBaun has so far recovered from
the effects of the late fire as to be ready for
business and his place No. 50 Ohio levee is
in full blast again. Oysters are a specialty
with him as will be seen by notice in anoth
Col. Chos. A. Davis, agent Calender's
Colored Minstrels, is in the city arranging
for the coming of his great troupe that will
give an entertainment in the Opera House
next Saturday night.
A white "man na'. ' Jesse Nance,
missed tho distance in attempting to
jump onto the ferry boat after she had
backed out yesterday forenoon, and fell
into the river. Ho was rescued promptly.
The nomineo of the Prohibitionists of
Alexander county, for the office of County
Commissioner at tha ensuing election, is
Judge Machildon, not Judge "Ridge" as
unintentionally appeared in the report of the
proceedings of ho Prohibition mass meet
ing in yesterday's Bulletin.
The gioss earnings of the Illinois Cen
tral railroad company for tho month of
August, 1882, were as follows: Freight
$513,780; passengers, $190,130; miscella
neous, 109,710; total, $813,600. Total
gross earnings for the same period in 1881
"4 Paw's" show is to be in St. Louis
on the 25th instant aud will come from
there here, stopping only at Du Quoin on
its way. From here it will go south to
New Orleans, making a week's trip alto
gether after leaving here. The advertising
car is expected to arrive here on Monday,
"J.N." was in DuQuoin a few nights
ago and "reasoned away the mysterious in
fluence which has prevented tho world from
sympathising with him for lol these many
years," and "the uncertain semi-electrical
force which controls reason at its will aud
was mastered by truth."
-Hons. D. T. Linegar, Win. H. Giccn
and Mr. John Gates were recently ap
pointed by the Board of County Commis
sioners to represent Alexander county at
tho annual meeting of the Stato Agricul
tural Society to be hold at Peoria during
tho State Fair.
The lot at tho corner of Eighteenth
street and Commercial avenuo has becu
purchased by Mr. Conrad Alba who in
tends soon to erect thereon a two story
brick business house which is to bo occu
pied as a drug store by Mr. Harry
Schuh. Mr. Alba Is now in Chicago select
furniture for his now barber shop.
A dispatch from Charleston, Mo., to
Chief Myers of this city yesterday, asked
that the officers bore look out for a white
man, a Gorman, but with an Italian cast of
features, who is charged with stealing a
gold and silver watch valuod at a hundrod
and twenty dollars, from a man in Capo
Girardeau, Mo., on Friday. The man was
traced to Charleston and was thought to
have come here.
By tho end o this week the new brick
factory of Messrs. Coleman & McClure will
have completed a kiln of brick to the num
ber of about ono hundrod and tweuty
thousand. Tho factory has been in opera
tion all tho time, but the work has been to
somo extent experimental. It has done
very satisfactory work and the great de
mand for brick in tho city, both present and
prospective, has determined Messrs. Coloi
man $ McClura to increase tho capacity of
their machinery after this week.
Mr. Jacob Kline's intended artesian
well is still in an uncertain state. It is
now down about two hundred and nine
feet and is still in a layer of white sand and
fine gravel. AVork on it was stopped about
ten days ago because of unfavorable
weather, but will be resumed this week.
Mr. Gerould seems to be determined to
carry out his part of the contract in spito of
tho many uuforseeu obstacles. The great
est trouble now is, that after every few
inches of driving down, tho pipe is filled
for upwards of fifty feet from below with
tho fine sand through which it passes, and
which must be pumped out every time bo
fore the work of driving can bo continued. '
Calender & Haverleys genuine Afri
can Georgia minstrels follow the Jolly
Bachelors, opening at the Opery House on
Saturday evening Sept, 10, This is a first
class troup embracing twenty-seven
performances, among whom will be found
tho celebrated end song and dance man, Bil
ly Kersand, who has recently returned from
Australia and is and old Cairo favorite
This company have instituted new series of
jokes, songs and dances, and the audience
are so amused that a rehash of all the stale
jokes on the road so prevalent among the
ordinary minstrel shows, shall be entirely
omitted during the evening, aud a new
programme submitted for their entertain
ment. Let every one turn out.
A rivalry that unfortunately may
cause bitter feeling has sprung up be
tween tho Comique band and the iti-w
band being organized by Prof. Storer. In
answer to some covert threats made by
the Argus, Prof. Goss desires us to say that
tho Comique band will hereafter play as it
has heretofore played, only such simple
pieces of music as every juvenile band of
any county town usually plays; that he
will introduce no clarionets and piccalloes
in his band, but retain the little old E
flats, and that the band will be off for
engagements at any time at reasonable
rates. The Prof, is very modest in his
claims. The music which under bis able
tuition, the Comique band has been able to
furnish the Cairo public in the past was
considered good enough for all who heard
it, and they will be entirely satisfied with
it in tho future, call it by what name ho
Those Republicans who were ac'ivo in
opposition to Captain Thomas during the
late primaries in this city feel more than
ever dissatisfied with the captain now.
And they have good cause to feel so. The
captain has treated them very unkindly, he
has slighted, snubbed, he has insulted
them upon every occasion of his visit
here since he has been nominated. Ho
has been and passed through
hero a number of times, and
invariably before he camo ho noti
fied the internal revenue officer, here of
his intended visit. An 1 when b arrived,
he visited the Custom House and tho
post office, bad a private consultation, and
then returned to Tho Ilalliday and left
the city without even giving ono of his
Republican opponents in tho "late unpleas
antness" a glance of recognition. Hi) has
kept himself aloof from his whilom partisan
oppuiients and has subjected them to a
neglect that amounted to actual contempt.
His visit here on his way home tho other
day was a profound secret to all but a fa
vored few whom ho had notified by tele
gram of bis comiDg, but not one of
these few was what may' be
called a Dumron Republican.
Evidently Mr. Thomas has unbounded
faith in the ability of his official friends
here, the party machine of tho district, to
carry out their promise to elect him in
spite of tho opposition manifested in tho
convention which nominated' him. Having
nominated him, tho Captain thinks the
machine can also, and will, and must, elect
him. He has unbounded faith in
the power of tho machine to
enforce harmony, to' suppress opposition,
to wield tho party lash over tho heads of
dissenters, to terroiizo tho Daniron faction
into a meek support of himself whun thu
poles shall open in November. Evidently
ho looks upon the B u ton's and the Dam
ron'sand tho Ilughosos and tho Gladden 's
and the Scott's, and tho Yost's as upon
so many weak-kneed sycaphants,
with hardly enough courage to call their,
souls their own and who will bow in meek
submission to tho mandates of tho ma
chine. And probably tho captain is right.
Probably his opinion of these onco fierco
opponents of his is basod upon experience.
Probably ho has soon Republicans before,
who, for a liltlo while, would foam and
ourso and kiiash their teeth and
rond their garments in tlnrco
anger at an unreliable, worthless ami un
scrupulous politician, who, after a little
while, would bend in tho dust beforo tho
machine, penitent and begging for forgiv
eness, and glorifying to tho skies the object
of their formor anger. Probably Mr
Tlinmu tarfirlifr Wa ahull uritit anil ann.
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A social event of importance, which
Tint Bulletin unaccountably failed to
meutioii yesterday morning, was the mar.
riagoon Thursday night of Miss Susie
Williams, daughter of Mr. Nicholas Wil
liams, and Mr. James Cox. Tho
ceremony was pjrformed by Magistrate
Comings, at tho residence of the bride's
father, in the presence of a select company
of friends. After the ceremony a reception
wasgivonand a jolly timo had for Beveral
hours by all. Tho following is a list of the
presents to tho brido. Silver pickle dish,
Mr. and Mrs. Wells. Toilet set
and fruit dish, Mr. and Mrs.
Ebs. Silver card receiver and
boquet holder, Miss G. Lambert and Miss
Lou Jailer. Silver salt dish, Miss Mary
Hoedo. Card case, Miss Nora Buckley.
Silver pickle dish, Mr. and Mrs. Cox, of
Cobden. Silver butter dish, Mr. and Mrs.
Reese. Silver pickle dish, Mr. and Mrs.
Boede. Napkins, Mr. and Mrs. Fred.
Stitcher. Bed spread, J. Burger & Co.
Silver fruit dish, Mr. and Mrs. Geruigon.
Set of silver tea spoons, Mr. and Mrs. Mar
qunri. Silver tea spoons, Mr. and Mrs
Crowl, of Jonesboro. Silver butter dish,
ilr. and Mrs. Rendleman, of Jonesboro.
Silver pickle castor, Mr. and Mrs. Dunker.
Tidy, Mr. and Mrs. Madden. Handsome
lamp, Mr. T. Gorman. Silk velvet tug,
Ed. Weil and George Koctder. Parlor set
from the bride's parents. After tho re
ception Mr. and Mrs. Cox went imme
diately to tiiuir future homo on the corner
of Division street and Washington avenue.
The grand opening of tho theatrical
season iu Cairo will take place Thursday
night, September 14, when that exquisite
uousensical, rollicking musical absurdity,
the "Jolly Bachelors," will be presented for
tho first time to a Cairo audience. The
Eastern press is lavibh in its praiso of the
company, and it is safe to say a rare treat
is in store for us all. The argument of the
opera as published in TriE Bulletin Fri
day morning, mainly hinges upon the
handsome Prince Cosmo, who has lived to
bo 18 years of age without ever beholding
tho beautiful f ice of woman, and in prder
to thoroughly understand and appreciate
the antics of a young gentleman reared un
der such peculiar and distressing circum
stance, when suddenly and unexpectedly
made aware of tho existence of beautiful
woman, one must witness Missjeanuie
Winston iu her portrayal of the astounded
and delighted young Prince. Tho opera is
replete with startling grotesque incidents,
which together with bright costumes, ex
quisite airs and mirUi provoking scenes,
make up an operatic extravaganz i in two
acts which cannot fail to please. The com
pany consists of seventeen first class artists,
eight of who are ladies, in addition to a
grand chorus of twenty-seven voices, male
and female, making a total of 44 compris
ing the troupe. Miss Jeannie Winston who
assumes the leading character of Prince
Cosmo, is highly spoken of by the press
throughout the country. The music is by
E. Darling, and the libretto by Juhn L.
Stevens, proprietor of the Windsor Theatre,
New York, who is manager of this com
pany. Let every one turn out on this the
opening night and tjivo the "Jolly Bacho
lors" such a reception as will make tho
Hon. Thomas M. Loi'an has consented
to make the race for the state legislature on
the Prohibition ticket if he shall be nomi
nated atAnna on the 20th instant, and he has
promised to make a vigorous fight for elec
tion. Mr. Logun is the only fti'jn who has
been publicly mentioned in connection
with the candidacy, and ho stands almost
a certain chanco of nomination. A strong
pressure has been brought to bear upon him
a much stronger pressure than would
have been necessary to induce
him to permit the use of his name at the
senatorial convention, and fie has consented
heartily. Mr. Logan professes to be, aud
to a certain extent he is, a good Democrat.
He i3 a good Democrat until he comes to
the question of prohibitory legislation. At
that very important point be becomes a de
serter from the party. If nominated, he
will run not as a Democrat, but against,
and with tho determination -to beat, a
Democrat. It elected, ho will vote not
with tho Democrats, but directly against
them, and to tho subversion of one of tho
greatest principles of tho Democratic
party opposition to sumptuary laws. But
ho will do more than tbis. Ho is a brother
of tho wily Republican, John A. Logan.
John A.'s term in tho U. S. Senate expires
next year. John A. 'would like to be his
owu successor and Thomas M. tho Dem
ocrat (?), will lay aside his conscientious
scruples againBt Republicanism will, nat
urally, allow family ties to out pull party
ties and when tho timo comes will, with
liis Democratic (?) vote help to boost his
Republican brother into tho vacant Boiiato
rial Beat. Thero are somo very good reasons
to believe that tho Prohibition movement in
this senatorial district is sim
ply a Republican side show
though, of course, ALL the performers aro
not awaro of this fact, and aro innocently
picking the chords on Republican instru
ments while Republicans are flng. ring the
board and producing Prohibition tunes to
please and to deceive their dupes. Ono
evidence that tho Republican finger in the
Prohibition pio was presented even on tho
night of tho Prohibition mass convention
in this city." Thoro, while tho meeting was
waiting for tho report of one of the com
mittees, tho Chairman called upon that
red-hot . youn. Republican politician.
James M. Damron, to favor tho convention
with his views upon Prohibition, and his
advico as to what the convention ought to
do. Mr. Damron responded in a little
speech that left the impression that there
was some doubt as to whether the Prohi
bitionists would really bo bo bold as to
nominate Prohibition candidates, for the
only important point of his remarks was a
strong intimation that if the Prohibitionists
did nominato Prohibitionists, then he, tho
speaker, would bo inclined ta support such
candidates. But this is not all. It is
a matter not open to question that
John A. would liko to be his own success
or; that to this end he must have a major
ity of the next legislature in his favor, and
that therefore ho feels deeply interested
in the election of members of the stato leg
islature in next November. John A. is
particularly interested in tho prospective
selection of members of tho legislature
from this end of tho state, ne has prom
ised "Jcntlo Jumbo" Roberts to "give the
Fiftieth and Fifty-first districts his par
ticular attention," and it seems in the light
of late and probable future, events, that ho
hasa'ready kept bis word. It is his aim to
beat one of the Democratic candidates for
the legislature and lie believes this
can be accomblished by capturing tho
temperance Democrats of these
Jistricis, (of whom there are quito a num
ber), with a Prohibition-Democratic Repub
lican bait in the person of his little brother
Thomas M. But the swarthy schemer will
not succeed. Tho Democrats who are Tem
perance Democrats, have "dropped on"
him. They look to tho future, about one
year ahead, and tln-y see danger ahead.
They can discern in the mist
of political design and intrigue tho out
lines of a very suggestive tableau. They
can see the faint form of the empty senato
rial chair, standing upon a perpendicular
emiuence. Arounl tho base ot tins emi
nence stands a company of masons, politi
cal masons. Republican political masons;
each busily engaged with a trowel, a political,
a Iic'pub!ican pohtical trowel, buildiug up,
each for himself, a little stair-way. A
small army of hod carriers attends each one,
and each, ever and anon, casts a furitive,
jeal msglauce, and scowling, at tho work
of his neighbor, and then labors with re
newed energy at his own little stair,
and thus, step by step, each stair,
way rises. And in the boldest figures of
tho group, the darkest-featured and hard
est worker, in tho one who has the largest,
meekest force of hod carriers, and whoso
highest step is above all others around him,
cm be recognizeJ "Black John," the idol
.of Southern Illinois Republicans, who is
seeking to entrap the Temperance Demo
crats of this senatorial district into his
Dry Cull Poplar Lumber. Address, or call
on R. W. Goodwilie,
3t. Ilalliday Hotel, Cairo.
EIGHTEENTH ANNUAL TOUR.
The Great Forepaugh Show, which will
exhibit here Saturday, Sept. 30, is now on
its EiL'h'pfnth Annual Tour. No other
show is ucui aa old as this, and no other is
capablo of being. Other managers run
their shows in tho old way, never introducJ
ing novelties, and in consequence the pub
lic tiro of them, and they die a natural
death. Forepaugh, on the other hand,
secures new features for all departments
each year, new aud rare animals for the
menagerie, new artists for the ring and new
attractions for tho street pageant.
Dixon Springs, Sept. 8th, 1882.
riease aunouco to the people in general
through the of The Bulletin,
that as the hot weather and tho rush is
over, in order to give everybody a chance
to try tho Dixon Springs water, I have
concluded to reduce rates during (lie
mouths of Sept. and October, or thu bal
ance of the season, to kix dollars per
week. This is because those who desire
to come will bo not for pleasure so much
as lor tho benefit to bo derived from a
free tne of these wonderful medicinal
J.E. Lehen, Proprietor.
Tho following is tho programme to bo
observed at tho above named eutertainnieht
to bo given by the Young Pimples' Tem
perance Club, at Hnrtmau's Hall, on the
night of Friday, September 15th:
Vocal Solo "Darling" by Millard Miss
Instrumental Duet, "Poet and Peasant."
Misses Anna and Rosa Goldstiuo.
Vocal Duet "The Fishermen," Messrs.
L 'well and Mctcalf.
Recitation "Curo for Rheumatism"
Miss Jennie Schutter.
Vocal Solo Mrs. J. M. Lansden. '
Instrument.! Trio -'Welcome and
Spring" Misses Robbins, Martin and
Quintette "Tho Heaven of Powers,"
by Will S. Hays Messrs. O. W. Frank Kd.
H. James, Honry Balrd, Alex Abel!, S.
Vocal Solo-"Saved From the Sform"
Greenaway Uoucert by the company.
F()tt8ALE.-Mare, boiiRy and barneei, chaap.
w, m , f, u " tv a i .
- lor one or two gentlemen enquire of
ni.ii... . v MIW, TORUKT.
Ninth etroat between Waablngton avenue and
" ainut, 9-10-lw
ANTED. TO BUY -Forraah.. Be.t cottaa
of three or four rooma. Mum be cbe.p.
ALKX. 11. 1UVIN.
T ) PRINTINO omCKS-We hare a large '
atock of 84x8, No. 1 "M" none that we will aell u
printera only, In lota of not leaa than two r am., at '
12 40perream eaitb. Address E. A. Burnett. Bui "
AN 8 r in hnr power nprlsjht englno. In good
condition, and l-j foot horizontal 2 flue botlera,
with all tho va'vee. plpca, uuw lirater, drive well,
walortanlc. et, nmv hiuoIch alack all complete,
pr'cef)i. A'l.lru!i K. A lluraelt, Cairo, III. tf.
GRAND OPENING NIGHT.
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE
THURSDAY, SEPT- 14
Firi-t time In thu City of the
fiOMIC 0PER A
V 0 31 1 0 0 P E It ii
. , COMPANY-
mounting aa em IrHiy .New und Original Operatic
(Ill It la i lim
MI nTKVKNa DAKLINu.
Ian at unrbanl'.m; ihuhIc, lovely mnlodVa, crlap
and pithy nlaloi-uu I'rwluced with noarand beau
tlfnl acenury, t! k'eoua corlumea, nori-l atatfe ap
polDtnumta mid a cam embracing tho Hunt Stare in
the lyric world, Including
Miss Jeannio Winston,
MISS MILLH MARVIN,
Misa Snule Binder,
Mr. Arthur 11. Bell,
Mr. M.J. Donovan,
Mlaa uraco Ulaik,
JIlKi Anna Carman,
Mlaa Leona Cooluy,
Mlaa Hui Lane,
Mlaa Koae Sanuor.
Mr. nt v irtnan,
Mr. Fdwln 8t:vetia,
Mr. W. A. Douglas,
Mr, Char'ra llutthea,
Mr. John H . Mmlliiv.
Mr. MJnuy Burm a
Mr. F. J. Dlukboiirst,
Mr. Kilward II I'liMur
A GRAND CHORUS OF TRAINED
Mr. nn KriHua'ir .... Mnlcal Director
Endorsed by IN Pmm and Public aa the
lileal Operatic Htuueaa.
Q W riannmly ,.., Manajrer
Arlbnrll. Dull Mate Manager
Harry W. (Vck. Bumneaa Atfunt
I'Ol'L'LAll OPE HA PKICEit.
Tli kuta on taluat Una lUrlmau'a. Commenc
ing Tacaday.lj b.
Minatrel'i advortlecuieut will appear next laane
JOHN JOHNSON & CO'S
Late Koehler's, on Eighth Street.
Alao Chulco Wlnea and Liqnora of evory duacrlp
tlon. Warm Lunch cvurv uionilim at :30, Urand
Lunch every Hutunl&y.
TOM WINTER & CO.
Auctioneers and Commission Merchant i
No. 25 Eighth Street,
Between Commercial and Washington Avs.
HAS. 13. Fair & CO.
Proprietor of Iron ami Muohiiie
Corner Nluolli and Waahliiu'ton avenue,
ALT. KINDS OP MHMIINK
WOKK, BOIIiK.K WoUK AND
ATBNDlil TO AT KKA8UNM.K
Wenlaohavna number of 8KCOND BAND
ENGINES AND IIOILBHS, for rale cheap.
PROPRIETOR OF BPROAT'8 PATENT
Wholesale Doalor in Ice.
ICF. I'Y TUB CAR LOAD OR TON.WELI
TVIKKD FOR 8IIIPPINO
Oar Load a Specialty.
Cor.Twelfth Street andLeyee,