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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 13; 12.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
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OND CLASS KATES.
OFlUiAL PAPKROF CITY AND COUNTY
We ard aulhoriiied to announce; that H. A. D.
WILBA.N hLS, of Jjirnrmm county, i a candidate
for elect ol tne Appillatii Court In Iho Fourth
Division of lilloolx. uiijuct to the decision of a
convention of tb4 Democratic party
Wb iMhorlHi to ii ii 'in nee the name of
WALTKK V A li ' : li a a candlda'e for tho offlce
of Couuy Jud'o of AlexauilurCounty.
We are a ilhorlaad to announce .lu.tlce JOHN
II. KUBISrkM a. an Independent candidate for
County Jaiio at the coming Noveimnir election.
We aro authorised to annonn-o Mr. .MILES V.',
I'AKKKK a id Independent candidate for trea
urer of Alexander couuty at the coming November
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice lu tttia column, elirit cents per line for
Jr.t and live centa pur line each ub.eo,uent iu.er
lion, ror ouo week., jo cunu per line.
month, AO cenlK per Hue.
at DcBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
Messrs. Smith & Brinkmyer, mer
chant tailors, Washington avenue near 8th
Btreet, are receiving a full lino of new for
eign and domestic goods of newest paterns
tor suiting and are ready to receive order
and inanfaeture suits of the best qual
ity cloth and guaranteed fit. Their prices
are as low as best goods can he sold. O-S-lm
at DeBaun's, 58 Ohio levee.
Flour is cheaper and my loaves are made
largo tlmt my customers mty get the ben
efit. Theso largo loaves sell at the bakery
3 for 10 cents. I do not peddle bread.
My bread is pronounced by those
who know, to he the best
in the city. Remember it is big loaves and
sold only at thu bake slu.p. You get thu
full worth of your money. Try it.
0 2-lm. , Fhank Kratky.
go to DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
ICE! ICE! I
Out of the fire, cor. of 8th aud Levee, my
ice house and ofHco is at present t the
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, 'o
tween 8th and 0 tit streets. Orders will be
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 thu principal
summer resorts in Wisconsin, Iowa, Min
nesota and Michigan; also, Denver, Pueblo,
Toronto and Niagara Falls. Hates low.
Call or address J. II. Jonos, Ticket Agent,
Cairo, lor excursion guides.
A. II. Uanhon, General Passenger Agent
in market at DeBaun's 50 Ohio levee.
Hoceipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any husiuess, manufac
tured a'ld for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
Sproat's Retail lee Box.
Consumers of ice are notified that for
their convenience I have built a large. Ice
box on Eighth street in Cundiff's store wiiere
ice in anv quautity cau at all times be ob
tained. My customers will remember that
their tickets will be punched at this stand
ust the asnio as by drivers of wagons, tf.
Use Tu Caiuo Bcllktin perforated
scratch-book, ruado of calendered juto
manilla, equally good for ink or pencil. For
sale, in three sizes, at the office. No. 2 aud
8. five and ten cents each by the single one,
by the dozen. Special discount on gross
lots to the trade.
Nothing like "Lindsey's Blood Searcher"
for all skin diseases, tetter.salt rheum, itch,
etc. It never fails.
After all, a geutle purgative is the best
means lor curing headache, liver complaint,
billiousnesi, etc. Take "Sellers' Liver
The old need them tor strwiuth; the
young want them lor atonic; the sick crave
them to got well; thu well take them to
remain so; dyspeptics need them for relief;
epicures like them as an apetizer; everybody
takes Hops and Malt Bitters.
Hkvitauzino the blood is absolutely ne
cessary for the cure of mineral debility,
weakness, latitude, &c. The best curicher
of the blood is Brown's Iron Bitters.
Dk. Kumc'b Orhat Nkiivk Hkktokeb is
the mtrvel of the age lor all nerve diseases.
All fit stopped free. Bend to 031 Arch
street, Philadelpia, I'a.
Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, ucrvous debility, and all weakness
of gvmerativo organs. 1. 5 for f y
druggists. Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 815 First Ave, N. Y. Bold in
Cairn by Barclay Bros
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In theo column, ten nli per Una,
ac,h in.ertinn and whether marked or not, if calcn
Mod to Toward any man'a bnaluvit tutored are
al way paid for.
Wm. Alba has the finest barber shop
in southern Ills. tf.
A handsome lino of Neckwear just
opened at J. Burger's It.
A negro named Wood was fined fivo
dollars aud costs lor disordeily conduct, by
Justice Itobinson yesterday.
lUird at Dixon Springs h is been re
duced to $0.00 per week for September
Only $0.00 per week for balance of this
season at Dixon Springs. The hotel will
not close this full.
Bohemian Beer The best in the world !
Only place to be obtained is at Johnson
& Co's, 8th street. Keohler's old stand.
- Miss Ada Lester and Mr. John Jones'
little daughter went yesterday morning for
a few weeks visit to Dixon Springs.
A party consisting of Mr. and Mrs.
L. II. Myers and Mrs. Dr. Arter go on a
pleasure trip to Chicago to-day.
Mrs. Gash accompanied her son John,
who is in very poor health, to Delavan, III.,
Monday. Ho hopes to be benefited by
spending a few months on a farm.
A. Marx returned last Monday from
New York where he has been for the last
week buying largely of clothing and fur
nishing goods which will arrive shortly.
A boy baby weighing over eleven
pounds was born unto Mr. and Mrs. Ilisey
Woodard yesterday just before noon. Con
gratulations, are now in order.
Mr. Yost desires us to say that be will
not accept the nomination offered him by
the Prohibitionists, and will not be a can
didate for county clerk under any circum
stances. Go to Wiu. Albi's on Commercial ave
nue for hair cut, shampoo, shaves etc. The
best shop in southern Ills. tf
The star route jury found Miner and
Herdell guilty, acquitted Turner and dis
agreed as to the others. The vote was ten
to two in favor of Convicting Brady aud
J. W. Dorsey.
Mr. II. F. Potter yesterday moved into
his new residence at the corner of Seven
teenth and Locust streets. He has spent
several hundred dollars in repairs upon the
new premises and ho now has one of the
neatest homes in the city.
The candidates for county offices are
becoming impatient because of the lull of
three 'or four days in barbecuing. They
are all anxiously waiting for invitations to
attend an affair of this kind soon. Their
purses aro welling to inconvenient propor
tions. Judge McCartney, of Metropolis, Re
publican candidate for member of the leg
islature from the Forty-ninth district, was
in the city yesterday. He will make a can
vass of his district in company with J. R.
Thomas, next week.
Yesterday Magistrate Comings fined
Wm. Adkins for having been plain
ly drunk, one dollar aud costs,
and Jimmie Davis and John Maberry each
one hundred dollars aud costs for being
vagrauts. Davis was given a stay of one
Dr. Parker was called on Monday fore
noon to give surgical attention to the frac
tuiud thigh bono of a little eight months
old colored boy named Ben Weed. The
child's mother was standing upon a chuir
putting up a stove pipe and the child had
crawled up behind her when she stepped
down upon it with the result as stated.
Mr. George P. DoGolder was in tho
city yesterday. He has been sick for sev
eral weeks and looks rather emaciated in
consequence; but lie has so far recovered
as to be able to make a trip, and he will
leave to day,accoinpaniod by his sister, for
Charleston, Iowa, to spend several weeks
on a visit to relatives.
There were twenty-tw.i deaths from
yellow-fever and 420 new cases at Browns;
villo for tho week ending with Saturday
night, and for the same period eight deaths
and thirty-nine new cases at Peusacola.
For Sunday there were at Brownsville
forty-two new cases aud three deaths, and
at Point Isabel five deaths and thirty new
Mrs. S. Williamson returned homo last
Monday. She spent three weeks at the
famous Eureka Springs, and derived great
benefit from tho use of the water. From
there she went to the eastern cities spend
ing two weeks selecting now goods which
in a few days will be displayed in a grand
opening, for tho inspection of tho ladies ol
Cairo and the surrounding country.
A man named Hugh Smith in the em
ploy of the gas company and at work Mon
day afternoon in a ditch at the intersec
tion oi Eighth street aud Washington av
enue, repairing a gas main, was struck in
tho face by a whiff of escaping gas and be
came unconscious. Bystanders picked
him up and laid him out ou the side walk
where he gained conciousness and went to
Mr. Joseph Lemon, proprietor of Dixon
Springs, is in thu city on his way to his
former home in Bond county on
business. He reports tho Spring still
flourishing. A nice company of Calroitos,
Paducahians, Mound Cityites, and repre
sentatives from several other neighboring
towns wore there. Among tho Cairoites
were Miss Lillie Phillips and Miss Hida
Tho white man and negro charged with
murder in East St, Louis, and who were ex
pected to arrive hero on the steamer Cen
tennial on Saturday, made their escape
lrom tho boat before reaching this point.
They were Been to board tho boat and were
noticed by the cleik. The white man re
mained in the kitchen to dry his clothing
which he had washed, and he was badly
scratched up about the face. But he had
no money and the clerk put him off at the
firs', binding below St. Louis. The ue
gro also made his escape in some way.
The ofl'hHTS ht're were promptly ou hind
when the boat arrived.
The "Jolly Bichelors" appear at the
Opera House next Thurs iay night, and it
is hoped that our citizens will turn out an I
give them a warm reception., Reserved
seats can now be obtained at llartman's.
The following from the Clcaveland Herald
shows how the troupe was received iu tint
city: "The second performance of "The
Jolly Bachelors" at the Academy of Music
last evening, called out an audience that
occupied nearly every seat In the house.
The rendering of the little opera calls for
no comment beyond what it has already
received, and its popularity the word is
used adviscly seems to be such as to make
it measurably independent ol newspaper
puffing. Cleveland Herald.
On Monday a man named C. A. El
kins, in company with a friend, came here
from Jrihnson county, and put up at the
Three States IMise. During the evening
Eikins got drunk, but came home at a rea
sonable hour and went to bis room and to
bod. While he was asleep his friend went
to the landlord, tol l him that Eikins was
drunk aud had a sum of mney about hi?
person, and a?ked him to go along and
take possession of the tu.ot.ey until Eikins
should become sober. The landlord and
Iriend entered Eikins' room aud proceeded
to search his clothing for the money. Ei
kins awoke while the search was in pro
gress, thought that ho was being robbed
and drew his pistol upon tho landlord.
The latter knocked him down aud took
the pistol away from him; but Eikins was
well provided with weapons, and drew
forth an ugly looking set of leaden knuck
les. The landlord got these also away from
him and then left him. Yesterday Eikins
was brought before Justice Robinson to
answer the charge of assault with intent to
murder, pieferred by the landlord, but
after consideration the charge was changed
to carrying concealed weapons, aud Eikins
was fined twenty-five dollars and costs.
Eikins claimed that he came here in pur
suit of a person who was trying to swindle
him out of some property, and that a John
son county lawyer bad told him that he
had a right to carry concealed weapons in
such a cage, but the Cairo police court
showed very little respect for the opinion
of the J il i!..o!i county attorney.
The I i"t that the red hot Republican
chairman 'f the Prohibition convention
called up hi the red hot whisky Republican
State's Attorney Dninroti to favor the con
vention with his views upon temperance;
and the fact that the latter then proceeded
to l diver himself of an 'alf and 'alf Pro
hibitionRepublican, whisky and water
harangue, and was applauded therefor;
and the fact that Hon. Thomas M. Logsn,
the brother of the Oerce-vissge.d and firey
tongued Republican aspirant for the sena
torship in 188 1, who has promised to man age
this congressional district in behalf of
himself in the approaching canvas, tho
fact that this brother is to be the Prohibi
tion nominee for the State legislature
these facts give the Prohibition movement
here a very strong Republican odor. But
whether the swarthy manipulator of politi
cal conventions is personally directly or in
directly interested in the Prohibition
movement here or not, may be left in doubt.
The fact remains, however, and no intclli
gent person will deny it, that tho Prohibi
tion inovenieut is aimed to benefit the Re
publican party of tho district and to
injure thu Democratic party. It is
the intention of the Prohibitionists
here to defeat a Democrat an 1 they make
no secret of their intentions; they do not
deny it; they openly assert it. They intend
to capture Democratic votes by nominating
Mr. Logan as a temperance Democrat. But
Mr. Logan is no longer a Democrat to any
extent whatever. He is much less a Demo
crat than we thought him several days ago
to be. In conversation with a committee
of our Prohibitionists, when passing through
hereon his way to Hot Springs, Mr. Logan
said that he had refused an appointment
under tho Republican administration and
that he would rcfuso any office of tho can
didacy for any office from the Democratic
party, but ho would sacrifice his personal
Interests for tho interests of the Prohibition
party and maku tho race for tho legislature
if nominated. Further proof than this,
that tho Democrats would have no reason
to expect anything trom Mr. Logan if
elected, would bo superfluous. Sensible
Democrats will not therefore be mislead by
the bait which will probably bo thrown
out to them at Anna. Even those who find
either of tho Democratic candidates person
ally objoctionablo will rise above personal
considerations, will very properly look upon
tho posnible defeat of tho Democratic can
didate as the possible defeat ol the Demo
cratic party, as a possible subvertioa of
Democratic principles. Temperance Dem
ocrats can not fail to sue that the success of
Mr, Thomas Logan, or any other Prohibition
candidate in this district, would not bo so
much a success of Prohibition as of Repub
licanism, not nearly so much a success of
temperance principles as of Republican
boHsistn ntid machine politics, and they will
govern themselves accordingly.
Messrs. Ualliday, Thomas, and Gould,
who attended the session of tho Mississippi
River Improvement commission at St. Louis
last week returned very well pleased with
the manner iu which they had been recieved
by tho commission. Among delegations
from various other points, all there for the
purpose of offering information regarding
the condition of tho river at their particu
lar localities, the Cairo delegation was given
first audience and its arguments
were patiently listened to and well received.
The object of the Cairo delegation was not
to urge the beginning of any work for
Cairo, or even near Cairo, as has been as
set ted by the St. Louis papers, but to in
duce the commission to slightly change
its plan of operation, so as to give those
parts of the river, which need improvement
first because they present the most danger
ous (.ttructions to commerce, the speed -iest
attention. It is the plan
of the commission that thu work of im
provement must begin above and pr.K-eed
down stream. This is correct. Thu work
cannot proceed up stream and be well done.
The river improvement appropriation bill
divides the river into sections and desig
nates what sums ofmoney shall be expended
for each, "ne of the sections lies between
Cairo and St. Louis, aud it is with reference
to the manner of the prosecution of the
work on this section that the Cairo delega
ti u cnfi rred with the commission. Tni
section of river is perhaps one of the wort
in the river's winding course, but on the
lo.verportion of the section, beginning
a! Miit at Commerce, work is iiV'ut needed.
If the commission's plan wue
carried out the work on this section would
b.-giu :t St. Louis aud would slowly pi o
ce 1 dn stream toward Cairo which it
would reach at the end ot many mouths,
perhaps, and after the condition of the
s'ream at this end of the section bad be
come very much worse than it now i.
The delegation urged upon the commissiou
the wis lorn and the necessity of dividing
tli-.' work, of putting two s-jui ls of uiyn at
work one at at. Louis to work down to
Commerce, and one at the same time at
Commerce to work down toward Cairo.
Thus this end of this section of the river,
which is rapidly growing worse, would re
ceive much earlier attention and the wcrk
generally would progress more rapidly and
more satisfactorily. The importance of
giving this end of the section early atten
tlon will be apparent to any one who knows
aught of its condition and can judge of the
certain results of much longer neglect.
During the progress of government work
iu this viciuity in former years several dykes
built from the shore near Cairo out into the
river by tho Cairo City Property Company
in order to pioiect tho bank from the rapid
current, w. re pattially taken away near thu
shore in order to not iuteifere with the
government work. When tho river rose
the current forced its way through between
the dykes and the bank, cutting the latter
a A ny rapidly, and the channel moved stead
i:y inward until now thu rocky dykes are
nearly in its centre, and aru a dangerous
obstruction to navigation duri ig low water
such us we will now soon have. But the
channel of tho river is slowly but steadily
moving further east and tho rocky piles are
just as steadily and certainly moving nearer
the centre ot the channel, and if the work
be not hastened tho dykes will stretch clear
across the channel and almost effectually
obstruct navigation. Tho longer tho
work is delayed tho more work will have to
be done ana the greater the danger to river
commerce. This, however, is but one in
stance among many which show thu neces
sity and the wisdom and the economy of
dividing the work on this suction of the
river, so as to give all portiom of it the
speediest possible attention.
Thu coin mission ers appointed to select
sites for Iho Marino hospitals are: For
Cincinnati, Surgeon Oc-n. S. F. Covington
and Gen. A. T. Goshorn; for Cairo, the
surgeon-general, tho surveyor of custoinB
and the collector of internal revenue.
The funeral services of the Into Henry
Whitcamp will take placu at the Lutheran
church this afternoon. The funeral cor
tege will leave the house at half pasttwelve
for the church. A special train will leave
the foot of Eighth street at 2 p.m. Bharp,
for Villa Ridge. Friends of tho family are
invited to attend.
BICYCLi; AND LOCOMOTIVE RACE
Albion, "Tho Wizzard of the Whirling
Wheel," us ho is callod, engaged in a race
with a locomotive, a few miles out from
London, some timo ago. Tho bicycle had
an eight-feet high driving wheel, ami, al
though lew bets were made on tho bicyclist,
yet, with his rubber-hoofed steed, ho beat
tho iron horsn which was driven at tho
terrific rate of 80 mild an hour.
SMALL POX IN ILLINOIS.
Si'Iiinukikm), III., Sept. 11. -The small
pox outbreak on Staton Island, in tho Mis
sissippi river, near Harrisonvillo, Monroe
couuty, has givoc rii:e to another group of
cases in Randolph county, near Prairie da
Rocher. The contagion originated from an
nfected mattress thrown into tho river and
lodging upon tho island. A laborer named
Hunter left the island Soon after the diseaso
appeared nnd went to Randolph county
where ho died on tho 7th tnst. Ho had
never been vaccinated and his disease as
sumed the confluent type. There aro now
five cases near the village, all uuvaccinated,
and four more families havo been ex
posed. Vaccination is being generally re
sorted to, and it is Imped to limit the -disease
to tho families and euses indicated.
'Dixon Si-uinus, Sept. 8th, 1882.
Please unnouce to the people in general
through the ot Tit E Bhuetis,
that as the hot weather and tho rush is
over, iu order i give everyoo:iy a cnance
to try the Dixon Spriuirs water, I have
concluded to ie luce rates during the
months of Sept. and October, or tho bal
ance of the season, to six uoi.i.aiu per
week. This is because those who desire
to come will be not for pleasure so much
as lor the benefit to be derived from a
free use of these wonderful medicinal
I.E. Li:mi.n, Proprietor.
CALLENDKR'S COLOSSAL COLORED
('has A. Divis, represent iting this superb
minstrel organiz ition composed entirely
of colored talent was in the city Saturday
perfecting arrangements for the appearance
of the company here, at the Cairo Opera
Hoiise, on Saturday evening, Sept. Jfjth.
This company has been strengthened con
siderably for this season, the personnel
now inclu ling all the brightest lights in
the colored minstrel world. The programme
to he. presented here will be txc( ptionally
tine, comprising the old-time ballads,
sketches and w ilk a rounds, as well as se
lections from the latest comic operas, and
new songs, witticisms, etc. The Calender
minstrels closed a highly suecc-s'ul en
gagement of two weeks in Chicago Saturday
night. That they will do an unusually
large busine-a here is ineitabie. The sale
of seats will begin at llaitman's hi Tues
IN THE INTERESTS OF AM F.RICA N
From Kuchciter (N. Y.) iMriix rat aud C'l.runiilv.
At the meeting of the lotnmi.-nion for re-
viol in of the tariff iu Rochester on August
29th, a communication was reud from Hi
ram Sibley & Co., the great Rochester and
Chicago seedsmen, of which the following
is a full copy:
John L. Hayed, President, and gentlemen
of the Tariff Commission:
Whereas, A certain firm of seedsmen
have addressed you adv.jcating an increase
to 100 per cent, of the duty on imported
seeds, we beg leive to submit:
First That there are probably less than
100 persons who make a buin's of grow
ing seeds in the United States, acil that thu
wages of the one or two thousand employes
of the seed growers and seed dealers are in
no way influenced by either a high or low
tariff on imported .seeds as they are not
grown to any considerable extent in Amer
ica. Second The asf-ertiou that seeds in Eu
rope are grown by pauper labor is a mis
take, as the most skille t farm workmen of
Europe are employed by the seed growers,
and the work is done, us a rule, mro care
fully and better than in this country. The
assertion that the home industry is "capable
of supplying in a superior form all the
wants of the country, with tho exception ot
a fiiW unimportant articles," is incorrect.
Climate has an important influence on tho
development of seeds, and many kinds can
not be grown to perfection in this couutry;
further, it is almost impossible to get farm
ers to grow seeds, even of the varieties
which may be grown to perfection iu tho
varied climate of the states. All vegetable
seeds, with the exception of beet, carrot,
lettuce, onion, ptrouip and turnip, are
grow n in greater perfection in Europe, and
hence more for the iutereats of the Ameri
can fanners; and the sa.no is truo of all
Third The asshcrtion that the climate
of Europe is more favorable to tho produc
tion of peed, is true; but from the above
of fact this is evidently an arguetuent
against rather than for a high tariff, mid it
is in tho interest of Auieiicun farmers and
not prejudicial to American seed growers.
Fourth The assertion that American
grown seeds, by reason of their acclimation
are better adapted to American needs, and
arc preferred by American cultivators is a
mistake, except in cases of varietes above
Therefoie, wn advocato in thu interest o
the American fanners and seed dealers, tht f
ubolition of import duties pn all (lower
seeds and vegetable Heeds, except beet, car
rot, luttinx, "onion, parsnip mid turnip, upon
which there is no objection to a low tariff
of 10 or 20 per cent. We assert that it is
not right to impose a high tux upon seven
million seed users for the benefit of onu
hundred seirtl growers.
The policy of a tariff upon needs seems
at war with the policy of the government,
which now distributes seeds of food crops
freely among growers. Again, the present
ditcriniiuations against certain grains for
seeds in favor of grains for food is unjust;
if any difference is made, it should bu in
favor of the seed, according to thu present
policy of the government, which admits
livestock for breeding purposes duty free.
HIRAM SIBLEY & CO.
After tho reading of thu above lutter, Mr.
Eibley, wdio was present, uiadu an argue
tuent in defense ot tho letter, expressing
himself in favor of tho abolition of import
duties on all flower seeds, and on a'l vege
table seeds except beet, enrrot, lettuce,
onion, parsnip and turnips,
Mr. Sibley was introduced by President
Hayes as the largest farmer In tho world,
who after finishing his statement, gave
some facts as to his farming and other
businuss intorests. Ho is the owner of 143
farms which hq rents to tenants, and a still
larger number which he cultivates. Ho is
tho owner of tho famous 40,000 ucra Sulli
vant farm in Ford couuty, Illinois, and of
the Howland Island farm in Cayuga coun
ty, tho largest farm in tho state of New
York. Ho cultivates tho largest number
of acres for the raising of seed than any
man in.this or any other country.
NEW A 1) V EHTISKM KNTS.
Notleea In tul column three tinea or let aScent
one insertion or tl UJ ptr week,
I'OK KENT Onthoeoruer of Fourteenth atrwt
and Warhlntrton avenue, two brick slorun Inx.iu
and two ult of room eultutilu fur llitit home'
On (be I'remUue.
VOl S ALE. Maro, liURny and tiarnens. cheap.
1 a""- M. J. HOWKY
r k .""& f 1 d. V"11""' J):i',1 " tn huiictin
,loh i tllce TH Ohlo l.evee
WANTKI), TO HL'Y -For ra-li, a neat Co Man
of three or four room. MuiO he cheap.
Al.fcX. 11, IKVlN .
,T,i N,T' UNICES-Wo have a larKe
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. in uini vrn will mil lu
printer ouly, In lot of not lena limn two rraina, at
iV, ! "" ntiurenii r,. a. Uuruett. lltl
AN 8 r IU horse power nprlitht emrlne, In uood
?h I'm' 11 UM, hjr,zul""! - "ue boiler.,
lib all the valve., pipe, new heater, drive wll.
watemii. en- new .iuoke ta'k all complete.
r i e I., I. Addrum K. Human, Cairo, 111 tf.
Following is the Programme to be Ob
served at the Above Named Enter
tainment to bo Given by the
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h:.v.y. w Hl;u ,r111-
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M. Kee "I,"rlin-"-1')' M ilian! - Miss llattie
luntrmnnntal Hurt, "Poet and ! !iM ''-Vis-e
Anna and Hum ( oli'.n nt-
Voeai D.iet. -The Klrheruun," Mc-m. Lowell
K'-citation. "frtre for liheumat hin " Yin- Jen
VirtalSohi-Mr. .1. M Lannl.-n
liiairumetital T.lo, "W. Irene and Sprim"-Mir-n-n
KuMiin. Mart u and KlHenhou.e.
Oilutette. -rhn Heaven of Klouer ."- l.v Will
S lIav.-Meii.ni. W. Frank. K,l Janu s,
Henry Hair I. Alex. Aliell and H , ;ny M,,r-
o:l holo, .saud From the Morm"-.Vr.
;r;'uaay Concert by the Company
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE
THU DAY, SKPT- 14
Fir. t time In the City of the
John- A- "STEVENS
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Pre.entluK an entirely .Sew and Original Operstl C
Ai.ufdlry, entitle, the
IIY .STEVKXH PAULINO,
ru I of en. banting mn.le. lovely mlodle. crl.p
and pithy dialogue Produced whh ur-w at d he&u
tlful aevnery, iro'geou. eomaria-, novel tai;e ap
pointment!, and acaet emliracintt the licet btar. m
the lyric world, Including
M iss .Foannio Winston
A GRAND CHORUS OF TRAINED
Mr. Han. Krrli(t .... Mulcal Director
Jr.udor.ed by tte Pr and I'obdc ai the
'rreat Operatic Sucre...
O W Jlam.r.ly Manager
Arthur U. n ji,,,.,
Harry H . Puck HuineM A.-tit
I'Ol'l'LAK OI'KRA PHIi.ES.
Tleketa ou .aleat Dan JJarliuau'a. Cummeoc
"lAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
Snturdav Kveniii.Sept 1.0
KtiKauemenl posltely limited to one Dlirht.
The management take great pleacate lu annouuc
lnir the apjiunrance or the lilu.trlou.
Tho Very Acme of Itellned Mllistrel.y.
inented and I'vrfectnd for thu
SEAS0S OF U2-8:j.
Tho onlv troupe of eiminc Colored Mln.trel.in
exi.tencj. Crowned aud aceptured with a popu
larity aa wide as the universe,
HIjj:UH, AJil 1IL.A.CKS; HUT
U.tial price.. The Hale of .eat. will botflM nt
Hurtiiiiui m on Tmmday morning. Sept.
Tho advisability of aucunuu seal early I. re
A Kaiind bund parade, will be given t 1J m. on
day of appearance here, exhibiting the aupurl)
mu.ical resource of this oriiauixiitlon.
JOHN JOHNSON & CO'S
Late Keohler's, on Eighth Street.
Cn'lforii.tt Wine., CUif. of uvtirv choice brand
and Lliiiora of ull alnd alwuy. ou hand. Custom
QIIAS. II. Fair & CO.
l'roprlotora of Iron mid Muohltie
Corner Nluolh nd Waehlnuton sveuuo,
ALL KISDHOP MACIIINK
WUlIK, 1101 I.Kit WOUK AND
ATTENDED TO AT HJSA8UNni.lt
We i1.n have a-number of 8KOOND BAND
BNUINKBAND BUJLUKt), for alo cheap.
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