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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER M, m2.
THE MfLY BULLETM
OFFICII: NO. 73 OHIO' LKVEE.
ENTEU&I) AT Til B CAtRO I'OSTOFKICB FOR
TRANSMISSION THR'IUOUTUK MAILS AT SK.C
OSD CLAUd RATES.
OFlUiAb PAPKROP CITT AND COUNTY
Wa urn 'ithorix" 1 !) atm-Hinoi that K. A. I).
WILHNKi, of Jotrermin enmity, It a rindtiiato
fur C'ler oflle Atip illata t'oiirt in tho ro'irth
IhHnlm of liiinulit. nutijm-t to the dselnlon of a
convention of tlio Democratic party
We are 'Utiorir,L"l to aunounce ftm name of
WAI.TBR WAR Jitll a a caudlda e for tti ortlcu
of County Judijo of Alenuder County.
We nr authorized to announco Justice JOHN
U. ItOBlSSlM hi an independent candidate for
County J uilite at t tin enmlug Noviimoer election.
We are authormcd to announce Mr. MILES V.
PAKKKK aa id Indopundunt candidate for trca
urer of Alexander county at the comiuK November
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Hotieea lu thin eol.jiiio. eignt ciit per !lr. for
IrttaodBve eenta per line each utwequeni Inaer
lion. Kor one wwk. 3.1 cenu per line. Fur ouu
n.onth, to cent per line.
at DeBaua's, o 0!iio levee.
Messrs. Smith & Brinkmyer, mer
chant tailors, Washington avenue near i?th
street, are receiving a full line of new for
eign and domestic goods of newest paterns
lor suiting and are ready to receive Trder
and manfacture suits of tbe best qui!
ity cloth and guaranteed fit. Their prices
are as low as best goods can be old.9-o'-lin
at DeBauu's, 55 Ohio levee.
Flour u cheaper and my loaves are made
large that my customers miy get tiie ben
efit. These large loaves sell at the bakery
3 for 10 cents. I do not ped'llo bread.
My 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 get the
lull worth ol your money. Try it.
gotoDeBaun's, 56 Ohio levee.
ICE I ICE!!
Out of the fire, cor. of 8th and Levee, my
ice house and office is ut present a the
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, he
tween fcUh and 0th streets. Orders will be
filed sauip as usual, both wholesale and
retail. Wagons supply regularly every day.
at DeBaunV, 50 Ohio levee.
Summer Excursion Tickets.
The Illinois Central railroad has now on
sale excursion tickets f 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 Ageut,
Cairo, for excursion guides.
A. II. Hanson, General Passenger, Agent.
in market at DcBaun'a 50 Ohio levee.
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured and for salo at the Cairo Bulletin
fproat's Retail Ice Box.
Cousumeis of ico ate notified that for
their convenience I have built a large Ice
box on Eighth street in CundiflTs 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
list the same as by drivers of wagons, tf.
Uso Tnic Cairo Bulletin perforated
scratch-book, made of calendered jute
manilla, equally good for ink or pencil. For
sale, in three sizes, at the oflico. No. 2 and
8. five ami ten cents each by the single one,
by the dozen. Special discount on gross
lots to the trade.
Nothing like "Lindsi y's Blood Searcher"
for all skin diseases, tetter.salt rheum, itch,
etc. It never fails.
After all, a gentle purgative is the best
means for curing headache, liver complaint,
biUiousnehs, etc. Take "Sellers' Liver
ThboI.I need them I'or strength; the
young want them lor a tonic; the nick crave
them to irut wult- iliu U'.ill ...1... .1 .
. o-- i .n lunu mem to
remain so; dyspeptics need them lor relief;
epicures like them as an ajetizer;everybo,ly
takes Hops and Malt Bitters.
Revitalizing the blood in absolutely ne
cessary for the cure of ueneral debility,
weakness, lasmtudo, &c. The best enriche,
or the blood is Brown's Iron Bitters.
Db. Kline's Orkat Nkuve Uichtorkb is
the marvel of the age for all nerve diseases
All 11U stopped free. Bend to DM Arch
street, Philadelpia, Pa,
Allen's Brain Food positively cures mtv
oustiess, nervous debility, and all weakiuM
of generative organs. $1. ft for 5. All
druggists. Send for circular to Allen'
Pharmacy, 815 First Ave., N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In theaa eoinmna. tun cent per line,
ach Ineertlnn and whether marked or not, if calcu
lated to fnwa'd any mau'i bualneaa Intereit are
al way paid for,
Wm. Alba has the finest barber shop
in southern Ills. tf.
Yesterday the pay car taine in on the
A. C. Hosing writes from Mexico that
he was not killed.
W. B. Gilbert, Enq. and iamily have
returned from their visit to St. Marys, Mo.
Hoard at Dixon Springs has been re
duced to $0.00 per week for September
Received, a shipment of choice Wis
consin creamery and dairy butter, at G. D.
Williamson's, 70 Ohio levee. 4t
Nothing like it: -Bohemian Beer the
best in the world at Johnson & Co's on
The colored Sir Knights had a well
attended excursion on the steamer Three
States Tuesday night.
Grand opening of Geo. G. Wichert's
new and elegant blllhrd hall to-night.
Everybody give him a call. It
The latest returns from 294 poll in
Maine, indicate that Itobie has 01,495,
Plaisted, 51,803; Robie's plurality, H.Ou'i.
Miss Mollie Hunter left yesterday, per
steamer City of Vicksburg, for Capo Gira
deau and Jackson, Mo., for a visit to
friends and relatives.
Colored Knights Templar have been
coming in in large number from different
directions, to attend the gran 1 reunion to
be held here to-morrow.
It is perhsps not out of place at this so a
son toe ill attention "nee more to the tVt
that CViro h is the finest autumn ciimte in
the worl l.
On the 21t instant, Mr. W. R. Holi
day of this city, and M'ias Frankie Hex
ford, of Centralis, are to le married. The
ceremony will take p'.ace at CentrV.ia.
Dr. Parker dressed the broken arm of
a little colored girl yesterday. The injury
was received by a fill from a horse which
the child attempted to ride, and the horse
stepped on its arc
Nesriy all our Jewish fellow-citizens
will celebrate .he!r 5,043d New Years (Uy
to-day. Those of them who are in business
will close their establishments nearly all
On accoount of a holiday our store
will be closed from 6 o'clock Wednesday
evening until 7 o'clock Thursday evening.
It J. Blroer.
Received, a shipment of choice Wis
consin creamery and dairy butter, at G. D.
Williamson's, 7C Ohio levee. 4t
Only 0.00 per week for balance of this
season at Dixon Springs. The hotel will
not close this fall.
Go to Wm, Alba's on Commercial ave
nue for hair cut, shampoo, shaves etc. The
best shop in southern Ills. tf
The losses sustained in the Jate fire
here by Messrs. Peter Neff, A. T. DeBaun
and Mr. Igle, have been adjusted by agents
of the several insurance companies in
which the property was insured.
Mr. Leonard, of the Gazette, as a curi
osity in the form of an ink stand composed
of an almost countless variety of small
stones of different colors, sizes and shapes.
It was made and sent to him by a young
lady friend of his in Montana.
On the 22d instant Carter Harrison,
was married in London, England, to Miss
Marguerite Steavens, also of Chicago.
MissStcavensis a very accomplished and
beautiful young lady, twenty-four years of
age, and her husband is "the best Mayor
Chicago ever had," aged about fifty-seven.
Tha signal service is getting to be as
accurate as Jeremiah on a prophecy. A
few days ago it sent out warnings to pre
pare for a big storm on the Gulf of Mexico,
and the storm came at the tiino and on the
scale announced. The value of the service
in tho future can hardly bo overestimated.
The Jolly B.ichelor trotipo are quar
tered at Tho Ilalliday ami will positively
appear at tho Opera House to night, nnd as
it is tho opening of the theatrical season,
it is to bo hoped that a crowded house wilt
witness tho antics of Prince Cosmo, and his
droll companions. Until 0 p. m. tickets
and reserved seats can be secured at Hart
mans, after that hour apply at the box of
fice nt the theatre.
The order transferring Mother Sophro
nia from the Loretto academy hero to a
similar institution at Louisville, which was
issued some time ago, and against the en
forcement of which tho citizens of
Cairo petitioned the proper church
authorities, is not to be with
drawn and Mother Sophronia
will immediately prepare to leave the old
for the new field of labor. Her departure
will bo generally regretted.
Tho governor of Illinois has offered a
reward for the capture of tho murderer of old
man Walt, ut East St. Louis several days
ago. llo also pardoned David O'Connell,
who was convicted of larceny at tho March
term, 1882, of the Whiteside circuit court.
O'Connell was carried to the penitentiary on
stretcher, and has been in the hospital
ever since his arrival there, henco his portion.
Mr. James S. Barclay is making a btui
n ess trip, in the interest of the Arm, along
new Cairo and Texas narrow gauge road
ami "the boys" at homo are kept busy from
eighteen to twenty hours out of every twenty-four
filling tho orders ho sends In. Tho
merchants of tho city generally should
mako an effort now to got control of
river trade along this lino, It is now time
to lay siege to tho small merchants
along this line, and once getting it it will
remain with us and prove a bonanza for us
In accordance with a resolution passed
at the last meeting of the city council, the
city comptroller advertises for bids for the
work of improvement of New Levee street.
Tho work to bo done was recommended in
a report of tho street committee at tho last
meeting ol the city council and aims to
make the levee fifty-four feet abovo low
water irark, with an outward slope of one
foot in five. The work will probably be
let in sections to different contractors, so
that the work will bo dono quicker, ami
will give a greater number of nion employ
ment. Recently the Peoria Democrat com
pleted its eighteenth year. During its
life, with Col. Dowdall at its head, it has
seen many tips and downs, and several
times when adversity seemed certain to
have overcome it, it would "hob up serene
ly" and show greater vigor than before.
Now, under the judicious and able manage
ment of the Col., it stands upon a firm
financial basis and is one of the leading
Democratic journals of tho state, with flat
tcriug prospects before and all around it.
May it and the Col. continue to prosper.
The following advice from the Anna
Fruit grower, is commendable even to
owners of fl wer gardens in Cairo: The
weeds are ripening their seeds. Now is
the time to go through the orchard and
crarden luts and cut down all the weeds.
Piie them up together as soon as cut down
an 1 barn them when dry. Do not leave
them scattered ovir the ground or they will
drop their so-rd as they dry and all the la-r-r
is I .vt. L i50 stone an I rubbish can
b?st 1 gathered up nw and carried off
out of the way of faii plowing an I sowing.
One of the wealthiest business men of
Cincinnati, Mr. Birkhardt, recently ma le
an address before the Commercial club, of
that city, and said in the course of his re
marks: I have cast my mind's eye hurried
ly back over my experience in Cincin
nati, and I am fully convinced that in
fifteen years with the advertising I hare
done, I have pushed my business to a stand
ing that it would have taken thirty years
to reach without advertising. In truth, it
is doubtful if I could have at all attained
the results I have without the aid of news
papers. Certainly the newspapers are the
cheapest medium of making your business
known to the greatest number of people.
New dealers coming into the field will see
your name and business and know where to
find you. Your standing advertisement is
a standing notification to buyers that you
are alive and there.
A ' if "pondent writes to an exchange
as foiiiiws i.bout the fbwers of a well-known
phiil: 'I have discovered a remedy for
consumption. It has cured a number of
cases after they had commenced bleeding at
the lungs and the hectic flush was almaly
on the cheek. After trying this remedy to
my own (iiisfaction, I have thought that
philanthropy required that I should let it
be known to the wot Id. It is mullen,
steeped strongly with coffee, and sugar, and
druuk freely. Young or old plants are
good, dried in the shade, and kept in clean
bags. The medicine must be continued
from three to six months, according to the
nature of the disease. It is very good for
the blood vessels also. It strengthens and
builds up the system, instead of taking away
the strength. It makes good blood and
takes inllamation away from the lungs."
It is the wish of the writer that every peri
odical in tho United States, Canada, and
Europe should publish this receipt for the
benefit ot the human family.
-Cullender's Consolidated Colored Min
strels, which appear at the Opera House
next Saturday night, offer some novel at
tractions not found with any other com
pany on the load. There are fourteen end
men ami two interlocutors, wdiile fifteen
females enliven the scene with bright
costumes, and assist in the choruses.
William Walsh, formerly of Haverly's
Mastodons is director of amusements, and
is especially qualified for tho position.
Wallace King the famous tenor, Dick Lit
tle, basso, and Ed. Bowen, baritone, are
among the genuine black diamonds who
contribute variety and zest to the entertain
ment. Billy Kersauds and his specialties
nre so well known and appreciated in Cairo
that it is not worth while to enumerate
them, while Armstrong tho man with tho
iron jaw, astounds and entertains tho au
dience. Bob Mack with his trainod ban
tam in tho barn yard sketches simply
breaks up tho house, especially so when
his roostership gravely marches to the foot
lights, and greets the audience with a gen
uine old fashioned barn-yard-day-light bo-foro-your-rcady-to-get-up
crow. Tho per
formance closes with tho novel and laugha
ble affair termed "tho steamboat landing"
which introduces tho full company. It
boiiifr Saturday night a great rush is ex
pected, and thoso desiring seats should call
on Hartman and reserve thorn.
Frank Wright, white, and Moses
Champion and Benjamin Simmons, colored,
were brought before Justico Robinson ye?
terday byConstable Hogan charged with cat
tle stealing, and were each held to bail in the
sum of two hundred dollars to answer to
the county court. On the 18th day of Au
gust last, Wright sold a steer to Mr. John
Petrie. Mr. Petrio suspected that tho
steer had been stolen and communicated
his suspicions to Constable Hogan. Wright
was then a resident of this city, but, hear
ing that he was being suspected, he removed
to Paducah, from where Constable Hogan
brought lnm several weeks ago, and con
fined him in jail here. It was known that
Wright had confederates somewhere, and
it was the intention of tho officer to capture
tho whole party, which ho succeeded in
lining within the last week. Champion and
Simmons, w ho were the confederates, their
duty being to steal the cattle while Wright
was to sell them, wero residents of Mound
City and tho latter was arrested there two
or thrco days ago, and brought here.
Wright and Champion pleaded guilty, but
Simmons refused to do so, and was exam
ined. Tho steer, valued at f 150, was stolen
from Harkless Taylor near Cache,
The Bloomington Bulletin, under tho
caption, "the senator's brother," has the
following to say of Hon. Thomas M. Lo
gan, tho probable prohibition candidate
for member of the next legislature from
this district : "Senator J'lhn A. Logan's
brother Tom, has, in tho language of Tim
Cairo Bulletin, "consented to make the
race for the state legislature on the prohi
bition ticket." Tom is a reformed man.
In tne good old times, he was one of the
"boys." When he was on a bender ho
made all Rune howl and everybody step
aside. General Ligan is bl.tck-haired,
black eyed and swarthy a very Indian in
looks and bearing; but Tom is a blonde-light-haired,
blue-eyed and of fair com
plexion. John looks fierce; Tom appears
to be as gentle as a dove and as harmless
if not as musical as a canary bird. But up
peariuices are deceptive. In bis cup,
John is quiet and deliberate; but Tom
giJ fyri he is a little tornalo; he
sweeps everything before him. Out of his
cups he is a good, kind-hearted man, g' n
t'e and gentlemanly; but, in his cups, he is
a terror in trousers. John is a republic m;
but Tom is generally a democrat. At
present, however, he is a prohibitionist,
and will be the prohibition candidate fur
the legislature in the Cairo district. His
candidacy was suggested by Brother John,
in the hope of defeating Mr. Linegar, one
of the democratic candidates for the gen
eral assemby. If Brother John can get
Brother Tom in, he can give Gen. Raum an
additional vote if Tom, who is a stubborn
man, can be controlled. But Linegar can
not be defeated."
HER FACE HER FORTUNE.
The "handsomest woman in the United
States' personates Lolla Rookh ia Fore
pangh's great street pageant. Forepaugh
pays her f 10,000 for appearing during a
season of six months in his grand pageant.
Mrs. Langtry, tho famous English beauty
intends visiting America shortly. If she
doesn't com- we can stand it, for Fore -paugh'g
"Q ieen of Beauty" will surely be
here on S itur lay, S -pt. UOdi.
"Dixon Springs, Sept. 8th, 18S2.
Air. Kurni tt :
Please ann nne to the people in general
through the ot' Tub Bulletin,
that as the hot weather and the rush is
over, in order to give everybody a chance
to try the Dixon Springs water, I have
conclud'id to reduce rates during the
months of Sept. and October, or the bal
ance of tho season, to six dollars per
week. This is because thoso who desire
to come will be not for pleasure so much
as for the benefit to bo derived from a
free use of these wonderful medicinal
.I.E. Lemer, Proprietor.
Tuesday night, Mr. Louis Lohr and Miss
Henrietta Foss wero married at the resi
deuce of the former's relative, Mrs. Barnes,
on Ilolbrook avenue. Rev. IJ. Y. George
performed the ceremony.
The wedding was a rather quiet one, no
cards having been sent out; but a small
company of near relatives and friends was
present, who held high carnival for several
hours. Tho ceremony over, tho happy
couple lead tho way to their handsomely
furnished future homo, at the corner of
Cedar street and Ilolbrook avenuo, where
an elegant feast was spread, of which all
Both young people aro generally avell
known in Cairo and are highly estoomed.
Miss Foss was for several years one ot the
most successful teachers in our public
bcIiooIb and Mr. Lohr has for some time
been connected with tho Cairo post oflico.
Their union will bo regarded with pleasure
by their many friends.
"Tub Jolly Baciiklors." "The Jolly
Bachelors" played at tho Opera Houso last
night, is described in the play bills as an
"operatic absurdity." Tho music is origi
nal and pleasing, and there are two or three
members, a male chorus, a lullaby, and a
soprano and contralto duet, which called
forth hearty applause The opora has a
good deal of witty dialogue, and it is play
ed in a rollicking way, by capital perform
ers, who threw into it an abundance of
fun, which cause immediate laughter, Miss
Winston has uo equal on our stage in her
special lino; she has improved in voice
since she was here last, and if possible her
acting also is better. She acta the man as
wo havo seen no other women do it, with
entire modesty, but with an apparent igno
ranco of tho fHct that tho male dress is not
her rightful garb, and moreover with a
grace which many a man might envy her.
Miss Gordon, a lavorile here, and Mr. Bell
deserve praise lor excellent work which
furnished much of tho enjoyment.-
John W. Lovell Co., havo in preparation
a new novel by diss. M. Clay author of
"Baby Rue"' "A Modem Hagar," Ac., en
titled John Wynde's Wives, that It is ex
pected will make a sensation. Tho inci
dents are founded on facts, tho scenes being
laid in New Orleans ami Chicago, and we
believe some i f the actors in them aro still
residents of the Utter city.
The same publishers havo also in press a
new novel by Miss Margaret Lee, well
known as the author of "Larmier and
Wife," "Dr. Wilmer's Love," "Lizzie
Adriance," Ac, entitled " Divorce,", in
which tho autlmr fully sustains her repu
tation as a delineator of American Society
life, and at the same time showing the
great unjuntlce ot the complicated divorce
laws now in force, urging the necessity of
one uniform law applicable to nil the
Both thtr-e novels will be ptlhlihed in
handsome 12ino. size, and lirge type, at
tbe extraordinary low price of 20 cents in
paper, al 50 cents in cloth. This is a
new departure to place the writings of
American authors mi the same footing as
regards price as the foreign Reprints; and
we are curious to see in how for it may be
a success; that the high price of American
novel-', works injustice to American writers
has long been felt; and we therefore hope
both for the benefit of the authors and the
reading public that tho Messrs. Lovell
may be successful in their new venture.
THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER COMMIS
SION. Yesterday afternoon the steamer Misss
sissipi arrived here from St. Louis, having
aboard a portion of the MU-iisj-ppi River
Improvement Commission. Toe doti na
tion of the commission was Vicksburg and
its object was an inspection of th river
Ix-'tween here and there. Tho party waa
composed of the follcuung diptinguished
General S. A. Gilmore, president of tho
commission; Major Charles R. Suter,
Major B. M. Harrod. Prof. Henry Mitchell,
Lieutenant Smith S. Leach, Cipiain Clin
ton B. Steves.
The craft upon which tho party came,
the Mississippi, was officered by Captain
John C. Crane and Clerk H. D. Kline. She
is a neat little sternw heeler, plainly painted
out side and with an internal arrangement
purposely adapted to the uses of the com
mission. It contains nicely furnished
rooms for the members of the commiMiou,
also the necessary kitchen, store-rooms,
dining-rooms offices and sitting rooms, and
besides these it contains several spacious
rooms in whidi map, an 1 all other docu
ments relating to the work of tho commis
sion, arc kept, and in which the consulta
ting meetings of the commission are held.
The commission was met hero by dpt.
O. I). Knight, of the engineer corps U. S.
A., who has been placed in charge
of tho work of improvement be
tween this city and Island
No. 40. He was here to make a prelime
nary survey of the work which ho is to di
rect. He was also hero for the purpose of
noting Cairo's advantages as a point for
his headquarters during the progress ot
his work, but his accidental meeting with
the commission here induced him to leave
in company with the commission down tho
river, before he had taken even a casual
survey of thecity generally. However, ho
took dinner at The Ilalliday and was en
gaged in a short conference with some of
our prominent citizens, and there is good
reason to believe that his first impressions
of Cairo were very favorable.
Captain Knight came down the Ohio on
the government boat, Emma
Ethridgo. Both vessels landed,
with flags flying, at tho Ilalliday and
Phillip's wharlboat and attracted much
attention, and both went down stream to
TOM WINTER & CO.
Auctioneers and Commission Merchant a
No. 25 Eighth Street,
Between Commercial ami Washington Avs.
PROPRIETOR OF BPROAT'8 PATENT
Wholesale Uoalor in Ice.
Old UY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELI
r')KED FOR SHIPPING
Oar Loads a Specialty.
o y f i a m t
Cor, Twelfth Street and Levee,
NotleM In thl column three lines or luna 25 come
onelrmurtlon or$i oo lu rwoek,
VOH KENT -On ttiocorner of Fourteenth .treet
and Waxhlwrtou avenue, two brick Htortu li.vr.o
lid two null of rooms aultuble for Hunt hnuno!
keeping. Apply to lilt. J.KAC If,
(u the I'rfuilsea.
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. Wltrraiilv mil VL'urnt l I. :.. '..n( CI.H
jnh..fflrM faohii i...;;;;; ' i,ia j!uuut,n
WANTKO, T UUY -Kor . h, a neat coital
of three or four room. Mum !, -hln
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pn litem only, in lota of not uh4 i,h.i tvv
A 8 r 10 borne po er inriirlit oniln., i ,. ,
conditio,, and IJ (,',, borlaoM 1 Tn'e' Soil r
with all the ... pip,.,. uew ,,,. Sri iV
watortault. etc., new .look ,t V all c mii.o.i '
KLA Huroeu, rilro, III'! tf.'
Following is the Programme to be Ob
served at tho Abovo Named Enter
tainment to be Given by the
YOU.NG PEOPLES' TEM PttAXCE CLUB
at Hartnmn'M Hall.
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nl?HchnVi: "C"re fr Khoa'n"'"n"-Mt"' An
Vocal Solo-Mr. .1. M. Lantd.-n.
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llHtirr Hair I. Alcr. A he II an its ( ' ify , nn J''"''
Crowd! t,'' "1Sav,:d Kr,J1" Mrm"-J!r.
t.reenaway Concrri-by the Compaty.
(jKANI) OPENING NKillT.
THURSDAY. Si:iT- M
Flmtlme in tbe (it of the
John A- STEVENS
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v 0 M I 0 () V E R A
I rexentiiiK au entirely .vw aod Original Opuratl c
Ahturdilv, entltM, 1 1
ny STEVENS DAULINd.
Full of enchanting irunlr, lonrly mlodle. crUp
and pithy dialogue Produced with ne ai.d 'k o
tlful scenery, Korgvonn coMtimen, iiot- I naire ap
pointment and a caul embracine the Hen Mar m
the lyric world. Including
Mi.s Jeaniiio Winston.
A GRAND CHORUS OF TRAINED
Mr. Hn KretMig .... M-Me-iI Dip-dor
Kudosed by tee I'reM arid I'ubilc at the
leal Operatic Mltcen.
O. W llamer.ly Manser
Artt.nr II Hell stak-e Manager
H.rry W I' .rk Ilii-inem Aint
TOPI I. A It OFKMA 1'RI K.I.
Tl'-ki ta on m'.eat Dan llartnmti'r . Commenc
QAIHO OPERA HOUSE.
Satmtlav Kvcnin.Sept, 10
Eniragement positively limited to one riitfht.
The management take groat pkanure In announc
iiitf tbe appi-aranc of the lllmtrioun
The Very Acme of Refined Minotrelry. Auz
mi'Uted and Perfected for the
SEASOX OF 82-8:1.
The onlv troupe of senninu Colored Minatrela in
etmtenci. frowned aud aceptercd with a popn
lailty a rll3 as the uiilvern.
ULAUKS.ALL ULACKy; J1UT
Uaual prlcea. The Sala of eMc will bu;lli ut
llarttimn'e on Tnnnd ay morning, Sept .12.
The alienability of mciirlnt! ai ala early la ro
A Ka:ind hand parade will ha (fiven at l'J m. on
day of appearance h-r, exhibiting the aupurb
iiiuaical resource", of this orvanuatlon,
JOJIN JOHNSON & CO'S
SALO 0 N.
Latu Koehler's, on Eighth Street.
CHMfnrn.it Wines, Cliim of evorv choice brand
and Liquors of all almla alwnya on baud. Custom
ALU I) AY BROTHERS,
rLOUJ GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.