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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 12, ISP.o.
TJIE DAILY BULLETIN.
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OF1CIAL PAPKR OF CITY AND COUNTY
We an) authorised to annnuura that It. A. I).
WILD VNbLi, of .MIjikhu county, in cauiliiluiu
for Cleric uftne App -IUM tNttiri In tho t'ourm
Division of Illinois, subject to tlio (incision of a
canvuution of I bo Democratic puny
Wo are authorised to aunnnnoo lha name of
WALT Kit A'AKO.SIt a Candida e for tlio olflcu
of o'oua y JuJe of Alexander Count,'.
We are authorised to annoiinru J nut Ice JOHN
n. KUBlNso.it ai an independent cuudidato for
Count Judtju ut tliu coming November election.
We are authorized to anhouir.a Mr. MILES V.
I'AKKKH as an Independent candidate fur treas
ururof Alexander county lit tint coining November
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In trr.s column, eiuiit cents per lino for
Irxt and five cents per line each subsoqueut inser
tion. For one wi, 30 cents per line, i or one
month, 60 contH per line.
at DoBaun's, 5) Ohio levee.
Messrs. Smith & Driukmyer, mer
chant tailors, Washington aveuue near 8th
street, are receiving a full line of new for
eign and domestic goods of newest patents
torsuiting ami are ready to receive orders
and manfacture suits of the best qual
ity cloth ami guaranteed fit. Their prices
are as low as best goods can he sold. 0-5-hu
at DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
Flour is cheaper and my loaves arc made
large that my customers miy get the ben
efit. These largo loaves sell at the bakery
3 for 10 cents. I do not peddlo bread.
Jly bread is pronounced by those
who know, to be the best
in the city. Remember it is big loaves and
Bold only at the bake shop, You gut the
full worth of your money. Try it.
9 2-lm. t Frank Kuatky.
go to DuBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
ICE I ICE11
Out of the fire, cor. of 8th and Levee, my
icehouse and office is nt present at the
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, 'io
tween Sth and Dili streets. Orders will bo
filled same as usual, both wholesale and
retail. Wagons supply regularly every day.
at DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
Summer Excursion Tickets.
The Illinois Central railroad has now on
sale excursion tickets to all the principal
summer resorts in Wisconsin, Iowa, Min
nesota and Michigan; also, Denver, Pueblo,
Toronto and Niagara Falls. Hates low.
Call or address J. II. Jones, Ticket Agent,
Cairo, for excursion guides.
A. II. Hanson, General Passenger Agent.
in market at DeBauu'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
Sproat's Retail lee. Box.
Cousurueis of ice aro notified that for
their convenience I have built a largo Ice
ox on higliui street in Cundifl s store where
ice in anv quantity can at all times be ob
tained. My customers will remember that
their tickets will bo punched at this stand
ust the same as by drivers of wagons, tf.
Use Thk Cairo Bulletin perforated
scratch-book, made of calendered jute
manilla, equally good foriuk or pencil. For
sale, in three sizes, at the ollice. No. 2 and
8. five and ten cento each by the single one,
by the dozen. Special discount on gross
lots to the trade.
Nothing like "Lmdscy's Blood Searcher"
for all skin diseases, tetter, suit rheum, itch,
etc. It never fails.
After all, a gentle purgative is the best
means lor curing headuohe, liver complaint,
billiousness, etc. Take "Sellers' Liver
TuKold need them for strength; the
young want them lor atonic; the sick crave
them to get well; the well take them to
remain so; dyspeptics need them for relief;
epicures like them as an apetiztr; everybody
takes Hops and Malt Bitters.
Revitalizing the blood is absolutely ne
cessary for the cure of general debility
weakness, lassitude, Ac. The best enrichcr
of the blood Is Brown's Iron Bitters.
, Dk. Klimk'h Gkkat Nkhvr Restokeh is
the mtrvcl ol the age for all nerve diseases
All fits stopped free. Horn! to tm Arch
street, Pliiladelpia, Pa.
Allen's Brain Food positively cures ix rv
ouineis, nervous debility, and all weiiltiiess
of generative organs. 1. 5 for ,), All
druggist. Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 815 First Ave., N. Y. Hold in
Cilro by Barclay Bros
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notlcea In these commas, ton cnl per line,
tarn insertion and whether marked or not, if calcu
lated to toward any man's business Interest are
always paid for.
Wm. Alba has the finest barbor shop
in southern Ills. tf.
Wanted : A good tailor to go to C ipe
Girardeau apply at Bulletin office .
The shipment ol wheat down the river
during August was the la9gest on record.
Sunday the attendance in the several
churches was generally better than usual,
Tho city was full of strangers, mostly
country people, yesterday, to attend Sells
Alderman B. F. Blake went to Chicago
Sunday on a little business which will keep
him but a little while.
Mrs. C. 11. Woodard and diughter
Tennie left yesterday for Boston where the
latter will attend school.
Hon. John R. Thomas was at Tho
Halliday yesterday. lie and Hon. T. W.
Halliday returned from St. Louis Sunday
Col. James Johnson was in town yes
terday. He was kept very busy shaking
hands with his many friends and answer
ing questions as to his affairs generally.
Mrs. and Mrs. Geo. W. Higgins, of
Olmsted, came down Sunday to spend a
few days with the latter's parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Geo. K. Olmsted.
There have been 1,530 cases of yellow
fever at Brownsville and 88 deaths. At
Pensacola tho record shows (JU cases and
Mr. G. W. Divis, of the oiljnills, has
been quite sick for a week or more but is
now able to be about again. The mills
will start about the 1st of next month.
Mr. W. W. Wright is expected to ar
rive home to day. He has been in Chicago
for a week or longer introducing Ins patent
electric scale attachment.
Two circus men quarrelled and fought
on Eighth street yesterday morning, but
they made such quick work of it that com
paratively little attention was attracteJ.
Mr. Harman U. Black will leave on
the 1st inst., for the Madeira Islands,
making his headquarters most of the time
at Fuukel, one of the principal towns. He
will probably remain there all through
next summer for his health.
From tho 17th to 20th inclusive, of
October, the twentieth annual fsir of
the Franklin County Agricultural Society,
will be held at Benton, Ills. The associ
ation lias gained an enviable name in its
management of former affairs of this kind.
Go to Wm. Alba's on Commercial ave
nuo for hair cut, shampoo, shaves etc. The
best shop in southern Ills. tf
The September moon, tho "glorious
harvest moon'' of which poets have sung
will be in its full beauty the latter part of
this month, when for several days the full
moon rises at the sanio hour and wo have
Sunday night while Mr. Peter Zimmer
man Sr. was returning from a visit to his
sick son on Seventh street, he stumbled and
fell near Walnut street, striking the side of
his head on the edge of the side walk and
cutting it badly.
Mrs. W. W. Wright and daughter re
turned yesterday, by steamer J. II. Hillman,
from Smithland, Ky., where they had boon
ou a visit to Mis. Iliyucs, mother of Mr.
John Haynes of this city. A sistor of the
latter accompanied Mrs. Wright home.
On Saturday Messrs. T. W. Halliday
ami J. It. Thomas addressed tho Mississippi
River Improvement Commission, in session
at St. Louis, upon tho needs of the river at
this point. They made some good points
in favor of a liberal expenditure here
which were taken under advisement by tho
Tho present officers of tho Young
People's Tcmperanco Club are: Miss
Maud Rittcnhouse, president; Miss Fannio
Barclay, vice-president; Miss Aniio Wil
son, secretary; Miss Eva Shepard, treas
urer; Mit-s Nellio Magahey, fiuancials ecre
tary. Tho organization is gaining in
Mr. George Cooke returned last week
from Mr. I. N. Smith's camp iu Arkansas.
He was driven homo by sickness malarial
fever. Ho reports Col. Reardon about and
busy but showing some of the symptoms of
tho prevailing ailment. The Col. has a
good constitution aud is probably able to
withstand tho evil miasmatic influences
which characterize tho country.
There is a pond or hog wallow in tho
only part of tho city that can bo called a
square in tho center of the principal street
of tho city Washington avo at the inter
section of Poplar street, that needs tho
prayerful consideration of tho city council,
the Btreet committee, tho street superin
tendent or some other man. It ought to
bo filled or drained and filled without an
if, and or but and without any further do
lay. Mr. A. Black, ol the City Shoo Store,
is now prepared to accommodate tho pub
lic with foot gear of any style or kind
made to order at his establishment. He
has put up a work shop in the rear end of
his store, supplied it with all the toolu and
machinery pertaining to the modern shoe
shop. lie has also engaged the services of
an expert shoemaker who arrivod yesterday.
Mr. Black solicits tho patronage of tho pub
lic and guarantees satisfaction. 1 1
All the star routo defendants except
S. W. Dorsey were in tho court room
Baturday when tho jury reported that
they were no nearer an agreement than
at the last report. Tho court took a re-
cess for four hours, at the expiration of
which timo tho jury seat word that if the
judgo had anything to say they would come
down. Court accordingly adjourned to
Monday, after consigning tho jury to a
dingy room in the cock-loft.
Hon. II. Mirtin Williams, of St. Louis,
editor of tho Peoples' Advocate, a Green
back p iper of St. Louis, was In tho city
yesterday. lie was on his way up tho Ohio
river to deliver several Greenback speeches.
He was in consultation with Hon. Henry
Winter relative to the prospect of the Green
back came in tlie-jo parts. Ho will return
soon and may stay over to expound
tho principles of thu Greenback party to a
A hrakeman named Gibson in the em
ploy of the Illinois Central railroad com
pany, who was partly iu charge of Sells
Bro.'s circus train and was standing ou top
of it while entering a trestlo near Athens
Sunday morning, was struck by tho bridge
timbers overhead, fell between the cars,
had both legs cut off and died almost in
stantly. Ilia home was in Belleville to
where his remains were conveyed. He was
unmarried, but his pireuts are living.
To preserve watermelons until holidays
is an easy nutter. Varnish the melons
thoroughly, then place them in a cool dry
place aud they will keep perfectly. A lady
of our acouuinUnce last year treated a num
ber of melons in this manner, and we had
the pleasure of catiug them on New Year's
day; they were nearly as fresh and crii-p as
if they had recently been flicked from
the vines. We hope parties iu this vicin
ity will try this experiment and iu due
timo notify in of the rusult. Jackson
Samuel Hazel murderer of little M il
lie Dalton at I). insula some time airo, was
found guilty at Jonesboro and sentenced
to tho penitentiary for ninety-nine years.
The fact tint such a brutal wretch would
enjoy life under almost any circumstances
except danger to his carrass, tempts even a
mild-tempered, law abiding citizen as we
modestly profess to bo to momentarily
forget the verdict of the jury and the coiut,
and to thirst for the murderer's cold
Slurry up! Mr. Thomas! Mr. Murphy is
making trouble for you; ho is destroying
your fences all over tho district. Ho has
pulled down several panels in Randolph
and Perry counties and sloshed around in
Alexander at a fearful rate. John R. you
have no time to lose. Leave tho children
at the seashore; como home, look sTter your
affairs, "hurl" Murphy until he does not
know himself and secure your own re-election.
Murphysboro Era. Republican
The l'j.iirio Farmer, one of tho most
valued of niir uxcliangjs, comes toiuuudcr
the name of tho People's Illustr-itod Week
ly and Pi nirie Fanner, and changed iu form
to sixteen p-igea. I 'ho illustration 1 are
profuso an I el"gant, the muling matter
most varied au-1 interesting, consisting of
stories, sketches, humor, news, and e lito
ralson agriculture, horticulture and cur
rent topics. It will undoubtedly commend
itself more than ever to tho intelligent pub
lic. While in siz illustrations, and rea 1
ing, it is abreast with periodicals selling at
-l,)0 per year, tho price remains at $2,00
per year, or five cents per copy. Address
I'rairie F irmer Publishing Company, Chi
Iu reply to on item in the Murphysboro
Democrat, expressing wonder at the failure
of the St. Louis an I Cairo railroad com
pany to secure tho St. Louis connection of
tho Texas narrow guage at this point, the
Jonesboro Gazette says: "Those who rep
resent the Holland bondholders of tho St.
Louis and Cairo railroad aro certainly not
properly looking after the interests in
trusted to them. No effort is made to ob
tain through travel, and tho local passen
gers are not .accommodated, bo that they
can go either to Cairo or St. Louis and
transact bushiest, without losing much
time. Our people patronize tho Illinois
Central and Cairo Short Line. They can
take a train in the morning ou thu Central,
go to Cairo, be there four hours, and return
before night, or they can go to St. Louis on
tho Cairo Short Lino, arriving at 10:30. a
111., and return tho sanio night. It is
astonishing that tho men who have money
in tho St, Louis and Cairo railroad will per
mit it to bo so badly managed that it will
ultimately havo In bu abandoned."
-St. Louis Republican: "Tho river
commission Saturday heard argument
in favor of speedy work in bo
half of Cairo and Vicksburg, Tho former
city is in danger of washing away and ovur
tho latter hangs a "pall of gloom" which
tho commission alone can dispel." Un
doubtedly tho thought here expressed that
"Cairo is In dnngcr of wnshlng away" as
fathered by the wish of tho Republican.
Wo venture to say that during tho late
high water St. Louis suffered very much
more from actual overflow than did Cairo.
In tact Cairo didn't suffer at all from over
flow, and Cairo doesn't ask tho federal gov
ernment or tho Mississippi Rivor Commit
siou for protection. Cairo is able t,t nr0.
tect herself and did 10 when St. Louis and
other towns failed to protect themselves,
All Cairo asks is that a duo share of tho
money appropriated by congress tor tho
improvement of navigation bo expended on
tho rivers in this vicinity where it is more
needed than at many other points where
liberal sums have boon, and aro still being,
Sell's Bro's show yesterday wero about
as large and g iod generally as any that
has ever been hero. It hal a lariror
single Bpread of canvass and a much longer
street show than Coupe. Tho perforin
ances in the main tent was given in two
rings un 1 was good throughout. There
were an unusually large number of per
formers. Tho riding was particularly gooi
and so were some of tho rope and wire
perlormarjces. Tho tumblers aud athletes
generally, though there was a larger num
ber of them than Coupe had, were not so
good, neither were tho trained horses.
But there were several new features which
deserve special mention. Fur one the per
fornianco on a loose horizontal rope aud
the exhibition of wild animals In the ring.
The performance was longer than usual
but less varied and less smooth. Tho tent
was crowded with people, nearly taxed to
its greatest capacity, and were all well
pleased with tho show. Sells Brothers did
well by the people and tho people did well
by them. Both havo reason to bo satisfied
with their exchange of money and enter
Notwithstanding the doleful fore
bodings of a few weeks ago, the crop this
year is going to lie enormously greater than
any preceding 0110. The state of Illinois
alone will produce 50,000.000 of bushels of
wheat or about one quarter of what w.iuld
have been considered a lair crop for the
whole country a few years ago. The total
crop is estimated at 000,000,000 bushels by
some good authorities and by none at b'ss
than 500,000,000. It will bo sifcto -est
half way between these figures. Crops of
oafs, barley, fruit and roots of all sorts are
also greater than usual, and it looks as if
we should have such a quantity of food to
export as would feed the whole earth ami
tax our railroads and lake shipping beyond
their capacity. General pro-purity will pe
vail, and the republican party and the tariff
monopolisms will claim the whole credit of
it; but nothing could more clearly prove
that it is not the protected ruannfacturer,
but tho unprotected farmer, that makes our
country smile with abundance. While tho
farmer ho produces all this wealth will be
compelled to compete in the markets ot the
world against the pauper labor of Russia, o.
India, of Egypt, of France, of Germany, ol
Italy, of Great Britiau and of Ireland for
his wheat will meet rival wheat from all
these countries when itg-ta to market he
will have to p'iy tribute to the steel maker
ot Pittsburg and Chicago in increased
freight over protected rails; he will have to
pay tribute to the iron monopolies in every
tool used in his work, on every nail in his
buildings; tho cotton monopolists will
squc zo him on his blankets, and the luin
her maker will have a share out of him for
every piece of worked wood on his farm.
These are i.ll protected by the tariff at his
Cost. He is not protected nt anybody's but
his own, anil if the soil were not so tich and
so cheap, enabling him to pay all theso ex
action", he wiul 1 be poor indeed.
Replying to Tim Hi.'li.ktin's intima
tion that Mr. Diniel II-igan, tho Republi
cm nominee for the Fiftieth district, was
not giving Mr. Hirris, the colored nomi
nee for County Clerk of Pulaski county,
his hearty support, the Pulaski Patriot
says: "Tiik Bri.i.ET.'N is up to some more
of its Democratic antics. Tub Bulletin
knows, if it knows anything about Dan
Itogun, that ho is a "simon pure" republi
can, and that lie endorses the action of bis
party and its nominees. Thk Blllktik
knows that no doubt exists among the col
ored voters as to what Dan Hogan will do
or what ho thinks about Mr. Harris."
And then the Patriot runs off into a ram
bling comment upon Tub Bi:i,i,im.N,
wh tt it did, aud was, anil is ami intends to
be, eic,, all of which is riot to the point.
H'beiher "Tine Bulletin is up to some
Democratic trick" or not is not the ques
tion. Whether D in Hogan has ever, dur
ing these several ' months that Mr. Harris
has been before the Republicans of Pulaski
county, advocutod that young man's claims
for the position he is seeking that is tho
question. Tim Bulletin knows
that doubt iioks exist am ng colored poo
plo nnd whito people too, as to what Dan
Hogan will do, or what ho thinks about
Mr. Harris. Tim Bulletin knows that
prominent colored politicians, not only of
Pulaski, but of this county, havo expressed
themsolyes as much displeased with Mr.
Hogan's reticence and coolness concerning
Mr. Harris, his studdiod silence
regarding Mr. Harris. They have watched
and listened in vain for one kind, hearty
word from Mr. Hogan, expressing satis
faction at Mr, Hams' candidacy and giving
nssiiraiice ol'that young man's election. Tim
Bulletin knows jUHt tho contrary of what
the Patriot says it does it knows that the
colored voters lire in doubt as to Mr. Ho
gan's feeling's toward Mr. Harris
and it knows that they havo a very
good reason to he. But docs
Tub Biji.lktin ulso know that "Mr.
Hogan is n Bimoii pure Republican?" Yes,
Tiik Bulletin knows this also. But it
knows too, that simon pure Republicanism
and good-will toward the poor, black polit
ical slaves known as negroes, are one and
the same thing so long as said negroes
are content to bo "poor black Republican
political slaves" so long as they meekly
boost into office their white Republican
oflico seeking masters. But Tim Bulletin
knows also that the moment theso black Ro
publican political slaves attempt to break
trom thoir bondage and to assert the rights
of citizenship which the masters boasting
ly claim to havo endowed them with, that
moment simon pure Republicanism and
good-will toward the negro be
come two widely differnt things
Simon pure Republicanism is a creature
of circumstances. Simon pure Republicans,
especially those of the office seeking, and
office holding persuasion, aro very human
very inconsistent, very trcachous at timt s
Mr. Hogan is a simon pure Republican
but does he love tho negro,
the othco seeking negro, as tho
Pulaski Patriot insinu ites? Ho doe
not, and "he doesn't have to" in order to bo
a simon pure Republican. Tho editor of
the Golcond 1 Herald is a simon pure Re
publican. The Patriot h as said so, It has
pronounced the Herald "a party organ that
could be placed alongside the Patriot."
But the editor of tho Herald does not love
the office seeking negro. He becomes ex
ceeding wroth at the poor negro so soon as he
aspireth to break his political bands am
attempts to partake of the contents of the
flesh pots from which, standing upon bis
bent shoulders, his white sim ni pure Re
publican masters have fed for lo!these many
years. The Herald man calls these bold
negroes bad names. He says they are
"vultures" who "seek to sow discord in the
ranks because they have no carcass to fee
upon," and does not hesitate to say that
"they," (these ollice seeking negroes)
"sh mld I e et down upon severely." "Simon
pure Republicans, you sec," good Patriot
are not necessarily ardent admirers of of
fice seeking negroes, therefore, you will
pardon us lor refusing to accept your as
scrtion tnai .ur. llog m is su :li a one, as
proof of his affection (or Mr. Harris. You
have not denied The Bulletin's assertion
that Mr. Hogan has given strong proof that
Mr. Harris' candidacy is distasteful to him
Your failure to do so is significant.
A N N O U N CEMENT EXlTt A O R D I -NARY.
Siiei-lal dicpatch ti the Cairo Mullutin.
Chicago, Illinois, Sept, 11, lSf2.
Calender's colored lniii-,tr;ls closed a
brilliant two weeks cn; igenn.nt at the
Grand Opera House Saturday night
I'lease announce that toe rioted coniinedian,
Tom Mcintosh, familiarly known as the
man with the gigantic m iuth has been ad
ded to this company as a special attraction.
Calender's minstrels appear in Cairo on
Saturday Sept. 1G. II. G. Gutherie, Treas
urer Calender's C ilossal Colored Minstrels
AN OLD CAIKOITE DEAD.
Yesterday morning, about "8:55 o'clock
Mr. Henry Whitosmp died at his home on
Poplarjstreet in this city, in the sixty-sixth
year of his age. Though Mr. Whitcsmp
had been sick for some time, for a while
seriously so, his death was a surprise to his
friends and relatives. The immediate
cause of his death is not positively known.
About three days ago, when he had just re
covered from an attack of malarial fever
from which be had suffered a week or
longer, he weut on a wagon to his farm
eight or ten miles up in the country after
hay. When returning, sitting on top
of ' the hay, he suddenly be
came dizzy and fell to the
ground. He was picked up some minutes
after ami brought home. He was confined
to his bed since then, but was not believed
to be seriously injured, until Sunday night
whim he began to grow rapidly worse and
passed away as stated yesterday morning.
Mr. Whitcamp was one of our oldest
citizens, having been here since 1842. He
was an honest, hard working man, was
therefore reasonably well off and highly
respected generally. Ho was a member ot
the city council during IS'jH. Ho was
witlower, his wife having died iu 1871.
He left five children and two brothers to
mourn his death. His funeral will proba
bly take place to-morrow.
Dry Cull Poplar Lumber. Address, or call
on R. W. OoomviLiH,
3t. Halliday Hotel, Cairo.
The Best is the Cheapest.
It costs no more to visit Foropaugh's
Great Show than it does any of the inferior
coiicci ns traversing tho country. If you
can tarry at a four -dollar hotel for tho sanio
price you would have to pay at a fith rnte
house, you would prefer tho first clans ho
tel. So ie the matter of amusement. It is
better to vihU a llrst class show, such ns
Forepaugh's, when it can bo dono for just
the same price that you have to pay for
attending an inferior show.
"After a successful tour ot thu Provin
ces, the comic opera of tho "Jolly Bachol
01s" received its first icpresentatioii in New
lork at tho Windsor llieatro last evening,
in tho presence of a large audience, and
made a success. There aro many truly mil-
siciauly numbers throughout thu work, and
tho orchestration is capital. This latter
quality was specially noticeable in tho min
uet in the first act which is a most exquis
ite piece of composition. The members of
the company do full justice to tho music.
Miss Jcannio Winston, ono of tho brightest
and Hprigh.licst of comic opera singers,
made an emphatic success as "Prince Cos
mo," and was ably socondod by Miss Amy
Gordon as "Princess Floria," who sang
with genuine brilliancy. Mr. F. M. How
ard makes a droll King Hypos, and in his
anntf in the first act, "Only a Hundred
ears Old,, achieved a success, The per
formance, as a whole, was deserving of tho
applause with which It was received, and
afforded unqualified pleasure IN. Y.
Truth, Men. 14, '82.
Notices In thin column three linos or less ificenta
ouelusertiou or $1.0J pi r Week,
r"OH HUNT On I lie corner of Fourteenth strent
and WanhlnKton avenue, two brick Hturus Mx5(i
and two suits of rooms -.nimble fur 11,iit house!
keeping. Apply to Lilt. LKACIf,
On the 1'reuiliei.
yol flALK.-Mnro, hny and harness, rhean
r '-''"':). t- M J. How KY
Lb It H E N T.-A f iTrii'i sh7f"fi7mt room. ,u habu
for one or two Konlii'inou etia,ure uf
N,nWaVniat bel"emniy"'li,,,'!t'u' ivontiifand
WAN ! KO, TO HL'Y -for msl,, a t8t co
of three or four rooms. Must h cheap.
lw- ALEX. 11. IkVIN .
iu'rmcr,,c,4"h' A,,dwMK A. iV.rV,,truV
condition u,i,rirrr,,0,W,ir,':,ri,?l't cn"'". food
w Oh " he villi. 'I' , ,'ur"!"nl'" bolleraj,
wale J .- lve' I'1' heater, drive well
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE
THURSDAY, SIOPT- 1-L
Tlrst time In the City of the
f 0)1 10 OP Eli A
0 M I (J 0 P K K A
I reseiitiiiR an entirely .New arid Ordinal Operatic
. A'l'dity, entitle, the
IJY STEVKXS 4 DAKL1NU. 7
., 1 , ,'i !ri'nI,",'n,1"it '"U-iC. lovely ni-lo.lies. criMi
1 'I, a 11 11 io w " t o n .
A GRAND CHORUS OF TRAINED
Mr. lUn.Kr.-fsnIg - - - - Mimical Director
I.ndorrod hy Ue I'rj.s and I'ub,lc as tho
Hurry W.J eck iisiu..-i.s Aj:u.
I'OITLUC OJ'KUA I'KIi Es.
inT',-'"t"."" 'V" lM" ilrl"D'- Commenc
ing luesday, l.'th.
QAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
Sat urdu v Kvenin.Sept, 16
Enjaement r.o.ttivelr limited to one Bk-ht
The rnauatfrmeut take ureal pleasure u annouue
lB(f the appearance of the Illustrious
The Very Acme of ItefinH Mintrelsy. Auz
tueuted and I'l-rfect id fur tha
SEASOy OF 82-83.
Th onlv troupe of unniiie Co'orcd Mim-rel. in
enstencd. Crowned aul sceptered with a popu-
rnj a. mae as ine umvtri'j.
ULACKS.AI.I, Ul.ACKS; HUT
Usual nr'f cs The Kiiia i.r ....1. u:n 1... .1.. ...
Hart in an s on Tuesday morning, Hept ;i.
A uaatnl Lnd parade will he niven at U m. on
day of appearance h"r, exhltiitiiiK thu superb
bids cal resource of this organization,
i BEER i
J0IIX JOHNSON (t GO'S
SA LOO X.
Late Koehler's, on Eighth Street.
Ca'iforn.a Wines. Clira-s of evttrv choice hrand
and Liquors of all iluds always nn hand. Custom
TOM WINTER & CO.
Auctioneers and Commission Merchant
No. 2o Eighth Street,
lietweeu Commercial and Washington Avs.
1IIAS. R. Fair & CO.
J'roprielorH or Iron utul Mtiohiuo
Corner Nlucth and Wanhlnlon avnue,
ALL KINDS OF MAC'IIINR
WOHK, HOU.KIt WtlUlC AND
ATTENDED TO AT UK ASON M,K
Wo bImo hnvii a number of SKCOMi 1! A'n
ENGINES AND ItOlLKKS, for mlecuesH.
Wholesale Doalor in Ice.
CF. I'YTHK CAR LOAD OR TON.WEH
rf;KED FOR SHIPPINO
Our Loads a Specialty.
Cor.TweUth Street and Leyee,'