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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 11, 1X82.
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OFlUiAL PAPBR OF CITT AND COBNTY
Mr. n. FITZGERALD authorises ns to an
nounce him as candidate for re-election t ) the
ofllce of Coroner of Alexander conuty at thu com
I D(! November election,
We are authorised to announce that Mrs. P. A
Taylor Isan Independent candldatolor re-elecUou
to the ofllce of County superintendent of nubile In
struction, subject 10 the decision of the voters of
We are authorized to announce that Mra L. C.
G1UH.H, of TtK'bci, t a candldate'l'or the oflica of
County Superintendent of Schools ai the ensuing
Wo are authorized toaonouuee that Mr. SA VtJ
EL J. HUMM will be an Independent candldato
for tho office of County Clerk at the coming Novem
We art authorized to announce that THOMAS
3 . CKAIO, of Hodges Park, Is a candldato lor the
office of County Commlsfiouer at the oniming No
vember election .
We are authorized to state that Mr. J . H. MUL
CAI1UV, of Commercial Point, will be a candi
date for County Commissioner at tbe coiuiug No
We are authorized to anneuueo that R. A. I).
.TILUANKS, of JelTersoa county, is a candidate
for Olerli of tho Appellato Court lu the fourth
Division of Ulinolx. tubject to the decision of a
cuuventlon of the Democratic party
We are authorized to announce Mr. JOHN
HODGES aa a candldato for hberltf of Alexander
Ed . Bulletin : Please announce- my namo ni thu
candidate 01 me people lor ttio omco or uountv
Judge at the November election. JUSTUS 11.
Wu are a'lthorizod to announce the name of
WALT Bit WARUttlUsacaudidatefortno office
of Couuiy Judge of Alexander County.
We am authorized to announr.o Justice JOHN
II. ItOHINSUN as an Independent candidate for
County ,iid;: at the coming Novemoer election.
We are authorized to announce Mr. MILES V.
PAKK Kit as an Independent candidate for treas
urer of Alexander county at the comlug November
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices lu thin coUinu, eignt cents per line for
first and Ave cent per line each subsequent inter
'li.u. for one week, 31) ceuta per lino. For one
n unth, 60 cents per lino.
Electro Vapor aud MeJicated Batli,
a sure cure for Chills and Fever, Rheuma
tism, Catarrh, Neuralgia, and all skin dis
eases and blood poisons.
I will irive Medicated Baths on Wednes
days and Saturdays. Room over Taber'a.
W. U. Ma.uk AN, M.D.
A Fine Barber Shop.
Wm. Alba, on Commercial avenue, has
the most extensive and as Que an equipped
barber shop as can be found m any city.
His employes are masters in tho trade,
whoso razors are always smooth and keen.
His establishment is largo enough to
meet any demand upon it without any tire
some waiting; and his patrons go away
pleased with him themselves and his work.
Give him a trial.
The Post Office saloon by Joe Honeker
is one of the coolest, quietest, neatest and
best supplied resorts in the city. lmo.
Wanted fiity teams with scrapers to
work on New Levee street. Work will
commence Thursday the 23tli inst. Apply
to Robt. BairJ, superintendent of streets,
or to myself. N. B. Thistlewood,
Cairo, 111., Sept. 20. Mayor.
BOc. per Can,
Extra Selects, at DeBuun's.
Old Machinery Casting's Wanted
at Rennie's new foundry for which the
highest prices will bo paid in cash.
Call at No. 03 Ohio Levee.
tl John T. Uenxik.
in market at DeBaun's 50 Ohio levee.
Use Tub Cairo Bulletin perforated
scratch-book, made of calendered jute
manilla, equally good for ink or pencil. For
sale, in three sizes, it the office. No. 2 and
8. five and ten cunts each by the single one,
by tiie dozen; Special discount on gross
lots to the trade. .
Don't fail to stop . at Joe Roneke'rs
Post Office baloou for refreshments ot the
best sort. lmo.
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured aid for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
at DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
Summer Excursion Tickets.
The Illinois Central railroad has now on
Bfilu excursion tickets to all the principal
summer resorts in Wisconsin, Iowa, Min
nesota and Michigan; also, Denver, Pueblo,
Toronto and Niagara Falls. Rates low.
Call or address J. II. Jones, Ticket Agent,
Cairo, for excursion guides.
A. II. Hanson, General Passenger Agent.
For Oysters '
go to DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
Sproat's Retail Ice Box.
Cousumcis of ice are notified that for
their convenience I have built a large Ico
box on Eighth street lu CundifTi 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 tamo as by driven of wagons, tf.
JOUH bPHOAT. .
All members aro invited to attend tbe
regular meooting to night at 8 o'clock
sharp. Business ot importance to bo
transacted. By order of tho President.
H. Sciimktzstohkf, Soc'y.
50c per Can,
Extra Selects, at DoBaun's.
Notice is hereby given that tho firm of
Morso & Rodburn is hereby dissolved, and
hereafter the business will be carried on by
and in tho name of Redburn & White, who
will rnlliTt nil bills and nav all debts of
the firm of Morse & Redburn to date.
Will T. Rebbuiin.
One horse with saddlo, no bridle on.
Owner can have same by proving property
and paying expenses. Apply to
Mrs. J. II. UEECHEK,
13th St., bet. WbbIi. Ave and Walnut.
Liver diai-nses. headache, and constina
1 1 1
tion, caused by bad digestion, quickly cured
oy urown s iron liitters.
ICE! ICE I!
Out of the fire, cor. of 8th and Levee, my
ice house aud office is at present at the
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, be
tween 8th and 0th streets. Orders wilt be
filled same as usual, both wholesale and
retail. Wagons supply regularly every day.
Mr. Joseph Roneker is low established
in his new quarters ut the corner of Four
teenth street and Washington avenue, aud
Invites his friends to call on him. lmo.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In these oommns, ton cent per line,
turn Insertion ami whether marked or not, if calctt'
lntod to toward any man's business Interest are
always paid for.
Harry Walker is said to have an unu
sually fino troupe of performers on the
Couiique Btago this week.
Thursday tho young people of the
Presbyterian church will give a sociable at
tho residence of Mrs. J. M. Lmsdcn.
Mr. Louis Perrazzo is preparing the
room lately vacated by Mr. Conrad Alba,
on Sixth street, to occupy it as a fruit stand.
After registering at tho hotel Friday
Frank James rnwkcd : "That's tho first
time I've written my name in sixteon years."
Tho funeral of Mrs. Lehning took
place yesterday afternoon. I was well at
tended by friends of the family. Rev. B.
Y. George officiated.
Mr. Joe Bernath, tho Sixth street jew
eler, will enlarge his establishment as soon
as Mr. Ilochnadel vacates the room next
door, which ho will do in a few days.
Tho steamship Herder, in which Mrs.
Stockfleth, of this city, returned recently
from Europe, was wrecked near Capo Race
on Saturday. No lives were lost, though
there were 330 passengers aboard.
The very latfst wedding and ball pro
gramme stationery ; also New Year cards,
worth $T.0O to $15.00 tho dozen cards
may be seen at The Bulletin job office.ltt
Our readers will note tho card of Dr.
Marean in another column. The electro
medicated baths administered by him un
doubtedly possess wonderful curativo prop
erties. It is understood that tho government
hsvs an eye upon a plat of ground lying be
tween Tenth an ! Twelfth streets, near the
Mississippi levee, as tho sight for the new
Marine hospitul it intends to have erected
Julia Blake, the leading lady in the
Lambert & Richardson Dramatic Compa
ny, who appear at tho Opera House Friday
and Saturday, supported Edwin Bootho du
ring his last western tour. She is an actress
of high abilities.
In addition to the "Dauites" on Friday
evening and "Lemons" Saturday evening,
the Lambert & Richardson Dramatic Com
bination will present at Saturday afternoon
matinee tho "Banker's Dahghter," a play
which has had a splendid run in all the
large cities cast,and south.
Only a hall dozen of those plush
card cases, with cord, left; 50 printed cards
with case that may bo used as a port
monao or card case, only fJ.00. Ladies
should call and soo them at The Bulletin
job office. 3t
Mr. A.Halley, on Commercial avenue,
opposite Seventh street, has received a lot
of scrapers for lovoe work. They aro of tho
best quality, and Mr. llalley oilers them at
reasonable prices. Tho attention of those
having work on tho city's leveo is called to
this announcement. tt
Tho bed for tho incline track of tho
Cairo & Toxas road at Bird's Point is
finished. The truck will probably be sunk
this afternoon. Tho trausfer boat "Pac
ific," of St. Louis, is expected every day,
and perhaps the road will be in full opera
tion before tho week closes.
Father MaBtcrson departed again sev
eral days ago to assume tho rosponsibiliti'is
of his new chargo at Paris, 111. Tho con
gregation oyer which ho presides at Paris
comprises about two hundred families, and
besides this lie holds periodical service lor
two other smaller congregations in the im
mediate neighborhood of Paris. It is tho
second best chargo in the dlocose and the
Fafbr is well pleased with it.
A whito man somewhat under the in
fluence of corn-juice, behaved badly in Mr.
Hold's shoo shop nn Ohio levee yesterday
morning. Ho was ordered out but refused
to go and attacked Mr. Held, who filially
tapped him over tho head with t last and
induced him to "take water."
It is probable that Magistrate Comings
will soon announce himself us a candidato
for tho office of couufy superintendent ot
public instruction, against Mrs. P. A. Tay
lor and Mrs.Qibbs. This explains his honor's
frequent visits to his farm. Ho was look
ing after tho coudition of his fences, you
Wickliffo Tribune: "We learn that a
man by the namo of Watson shot a young
woman named Fanny a woman of bad
repute, living near Fort Jefferson. Tho
ball entered her side and lodged in tho
abdomen, from tho effects of which she
died Friday morning. We learn that an
inquest was held, but the verdict has not
been sent in for publication."
A Mr. Armstrong, who, about a year
ago, removed from this city to a farm about
two miles this side of Paducah, was out in
the neighboring woods hunting Saturday
and accidentally shot himself and died a
few minutes afterwards. A littlo boy who
was with him gave tho alarm. Armstrong
leaves a wife and several children, it is
Tho negro convict in the Chester peni
tentiary who last summer tried to murder
Charlie Dowell, had his trial recently, and
was sentenced to serve another fourteen
years in that institution. His present sen
tence is for fourteen years, of which he'has
nine years yet to serve. When this term
expires, his second sentenco will begin; or
in other words, he now has twenty-three,
instead of nine years, to serve.
Two Southern States North Carolina
and Arkansas-have now voted on Prohi
bition, and in both of them the question
failed, by decisive majorities, to carry. In
tho latter state, in September last, tho voto
as first certified by the secretary of state,
stood, against license, 45,041; for license,
78,889. Arkansas evidently is in a field
which requires considerable temperance
A drunken tramp went down to the
wharfboats yesterday and took them for a
freo public hotel. He demanded various
accommodations, among other things a
good bed. He was told that he must seek
such conveniences elsewhere, whereupon
his righteous indignation burst its bounds
and his foul tongue sent forth bitter de
nunciation upon the heart of "tho land
lor" for not providing better for his guests,
he was arrcstod soon after and taken to
lodgings expressly kept for such as he.
Our motto is good printing, No. 1
quality of paper In all cases and prices the
lowest at which good stock can be fur
nished. We carry tho ' largest stock and
greatest variety of paper, &c. to bo found
outside of St. Louis. Call and see for
' From the best wo can learn those who
witness, Friday evening, Lambert & Rich
ardson's Dramatic Company in tho cele
brated play of tho Dinites, will easily bo
persuaded to attend the two following en
tertainments: "Banker's Daughter" matinee
Saturday ufternoon, and "Lemons" Satur
day night, Tlio company is really first
class, and while not so well known through
out Southern Illinois as many others is
entirely worthy of patronage. Hartman
has tickets on sale with reserved seats.
A table of cotton rates from points
along tho Cairo & Texas railroad to points
north and eaBt has been prepared. Tho
company calls the road "The Great Cotton
Belt Route," and with good reason, for it
passes through a very rich cotton country.
Tho company is almost daily receiving
new acquisitions of rolling stock. Yester
day twelvo new flat cars awaited transpor
tation from tho I. C. yard here. When
entirely completed, it will probably bo one
of tho best equipped roads in tho south
west. In to-days issue will bo found the
announcement of Thos. J. Craig as a
candldato for tho office of county commis
sioner. Mr. Craig is one of the solid far
mors of Alexander county, and has been
identified with its people Binco tho time
that Cairo consisted of only three houses.
He was brought here when three years old
and has by pluck and industry, worked
his way up to a leading position among
our agriculturalists; knows precisely what
is needed by tho county, and if elected will
not disappoint his constituents.
7 pound Royal ;0 and 7 pound Packet;
5 and 0 pound Commercial, and 5 pound
Demy note-heads; 10 and 12 pound letter
heads, also a full stock of pure Irish linen
letter and note-heads and ruled paper of
all kinds, at The Bulletin job office,
Ohio Levee; the only round hole perforating
machine in Southern Illinois. 3t
Paducah News: Volunteer contribu
tion Jay A. Hubbell, the blackmailer,
agrees to furnish money to
corrupt and carry tho third
(Ky.) congressional district for the
Republicans. A correspondent of the
Courier Journal, writing from Tompkins
villu, publishes the Hubhell letter to a
Republican of that place saying: "Any
amount of money that you wish will be
forthcoming," also an affidavit of its genu
inencBg. Honest Republicans condemn it
openly and are disgusted with the proposi
tion to buy honest men, many of whom de
clare they will vote for Halsoll, the Demo
Thero are probably some Democrats in
this county who aro intouding to voto tho
Prohibition ticket for members of tho gen
eral assembly, this fall. Wo desire to can
tion theso if any thero be to bo very
careful that they are not being imposed
upon by their Republican Prohibition
friends. It is just like a Republican Pro
hibitionist, to talk Prohibition and vote his
party ticket straight. It behooves tho
Democratic ProhibitioniBts, therefore, to
seo that their Republican friends do not
steal a march on them : see that your Re
publican neighbor has his ticket same as
yours, and that he votes as soon as you do.
It won't do to trust the Republican Pro
hibitionist out of siyht, on election day.
We aro told by Republicans that Republi
cans have cheated them In tho selection of
candidates. If Republicans cheat Repub
licans, may wo not expect that Republi
cans will cheat Democrats if they can?
Tho-naughty mean thing of tho Padu
coh Times is responsible for this "bad
break": "The averago young woman has
no forehead, only a place covered with
hair, beginning on a lino with tho eye
brows. If tho Almighty, in His wisdom,
had ordained this from the start, what hero
ic efforts there would be to altar his decree."
Although we havo had a series of very
cool days and nights, not during a single
ono of them did the sweet-voiced
mosquito forget his cunnning. While h's
victim is sleeping, or tearing tho dictionary
in a vain endeavor to solve tho difficult
problem of how in thunder a quick-sand
basin at the city's leveo can hold water, he,
(the mosquito) is probing his (tho victim's)
epidermis for blood, and blood ho gets.
Did you ever slap a mosquito out of tho lap
of tho present into the middle of the fol
lowing month? No? Well, you don't know
the first rudiments happiness.
Mayor Thistlewood and Chief Meyi r's
will bo out among tho owners of
property on Eighth street, back of Wash
ington ave, to-day with a view to inducing
each to voluntarilyeubscribe his share of the
cost of tho contemplated improvement of
tho street. It' is generally known that the
Mobile and Ohio railroad company has of
fered to donate to the city tho gravel ntc
necessary for the proposed improvement.
Aivi if the owners of tho property abutting
the street to bo improved will each make a
voluntary subscription of his share of the
cost of tho improvement, they will
receive the benefit of the donation and will
have to pay only for the work of putting
down tho gravel, but if they refuse to
mako voluntary subscriptions, tho work
must be dono under special assessments,
and then the owners of the property will
have to pay for both the work and the
gavel, for, under tho law, tho persons ap
pointed to make the assessments would
have to take tho entire cost of the work aa
their basis aud could take no cognizance
of any donations to the city.
The property owners m question
will therefore soo that it is to their pecu
niary interest to mako voluntary subscrip
tions, as they will be asked to do by tho
mayor and the chief.
Tho substantial foundation for the
main building of the Cairo Distilled Water
Ice factory has been laid and the joists for
the first floor aro being adjusted. The
building is 45 by 58 feet, and will be one
and a half stories high. Another building
will be commenced in a few days. It
will bo of frame, covered with sheet iron to
make it fire-proof. It will bo 30 by 40
feet in dimensions, and will be used as the
boiler house. Still another 25 by 50 feet
in dimension; will be used as tho ice and
condensing houso. It is the intention of
Messrs. Galigher & Co. to have all the
buildings put up without any delay what-,
ever and to furnish the citizens of Cairo
with patent ice next summer. A matter
which deserves special motion is that the
ice manufactured by this company will be
produced only from distilled water and
will therefore bo entirely free from all
foreign substances. Messrs. Frank Galigher
and Geo. E. O'Uara are superintending
tho work on the building.
Work on the new gas reservoir of the
gas company is still progressing with all
possible dispatch. Tho reservoir is nearly
finished, but comparatively few more rivets
are to be driven in the top, and tho guides
aro already up. Tho now reservoir will bo
larger and stronger than was the one which
it replaces. The gas company has spent
considerable money of lato in making im
provements. It has overhauled nearly all
the mains, replacing them in many places
with now ones. The intention is to carry
tho work still further, by laying about fif
teen hundred feet of eight inch mains,
from tho factory up Washington avenue to
Sixth Street. This main is to rcplaco in a
measure the one now in uso which is much
smaller and runs up Commorcial avenue.
It will eventually bo carried from Sixth
street up tho avenue through the principal
portion of tho city. The company is evidently
determined to give tho people of Cairo the
best possiblo gas service and to avoid if
possiblo a recurrence of tho annoyances to
which patrons of gas companies are usually
subjoctod on account of weather, insuffi
cient supply, etc.
Captain W. P. Ilalllday is in Chicago on
Mr. L. Pine returned from South Bend
Mr. Herbert Mackio, of Chicago, was in
the city yesterday.
Mr. James Cannon has a desk in tho
Illinois Central freight offico.
Miss Grade Hawkins toadies school at
Dog Tooth bend, in this county.
Mr. C. Pink is on his way to Florida to
select an orange farm for his son Ed.
Mrs. S. S. Torry is enjoying a visit from
Mr. aud Mrs. Judd of Ilolyoke, Mass.
Paducah News: "Mr. John McClellan,
who came to this city some months sinco
to locate, has found it to his interest to
romove to Cairo. Wo regret this, as Mr.
McClellan is not only a good mechanic but
a worthy gentleman in all respects, and wo
would like all such to remain with us. He,
however, has our good wishes tor his pros
perity and we cordially recommend him to
the people of Cairo as all wo havo said of
Tho mayor and eight aldermen were
present. Tho proceedings wero not of un
A petition of Halliday Bros, for permis
sion to construct a tram-way over Railroad
street was granted.
A number ot miscellaneous claims were
Tho committee on police, jail and fire
departments, which was instructed to ex
amine the fire hose lately received by the
fire department, reported that the whole lot
(2,400 feet) was worthless. Tho report was
received and further steps ordered taken
to exchange the hose or recover its value.
The chief of police reported that during
tho month of October 120 arrests were
made for various offenses. Report received.
A resolution offered by Alderman Mc
Hale, ordering tho reconstruction of certain
crossings in the lower .portion of the city,
The improvement of Eighth street,
back of Washington avenue, was a
subject of considerable discussion.
Two ways of raising the money to pay for
doing tho work was proposed. One was to
solicit voluntary pro rata subsciptions from
tho owners of tho property abutting tho
street, and the other was to make special
assessments. The objection to tho former
was that many of the property owners
would refuse to subscribe, and tho
objection to tho latter was
that the assessors appointed to
determine tho cost ot tho work, for pur
poses of assessment, could not dedirct there
from the cost of the gravel which, as is
known, the Mobile and Ohio railroad com
pany has offered to donate to the city, and
thus the property owners would be de
prived of the benefit of such donation and
would have to pay tor the gravel. It was
finally decided to . appoint the
mayor and the chief of po
lice a committeo which shall
interview the said property owners and see
if they aro willing to subscribe.
A communication and deed from Messrs.
Taylor and Parsons, donating a piece of
ground, lying between Tenth and Twelfth
streets, in a direct lino with Jefferson
avenue, and extending said avenue from
Tenth to Twelfth streets, was read and re
ceived, and tho deed ordered placed upon
COMING TO CAIRO.
Tho Minnie Maddern Dramatic Combi
nation mako their appearance at the Opera
House Monday evening, October 16th, in
their great play of Fogg's Ferry, Miss
Minnie sustaining the leading character of
Chips. The plays abounds in startling in
cidents, tho pathetic and comic enterraingly
sufficiently to give intense interest to every
moment of its representation. Among tho
the many complimentary press notices
which appear with reference to this party
we select the following:
In this play Minnie Maddern is well
suited for tho present. The first part of
gives her chance to romp after tho manner
of M'liss, or Musette, and there is in it
touches of pathos and open places for re
finement) in which she is graceful. Thero
is nothing about Maddern at all like
Lotta except her red hair. She is herself,
and a nico little body she is, and full of
talent. Now Orleans is her birth place, and
thero are many reasons why her little heart
should be glad over tho reception she met
with last night. Tho boxes were sold, and
from ground floor to roof tho theatre was
crowded in every part and many stood up
to seo the performance. And what is bet
ter she pleased everybody and received un
stinted applause. Tho same plcco to-night.
iN . O. t'icayune, 85th inst.
Millions Given Away.
Millions of bottles of Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds, have beeu given away as trial bottles
ot the largo size. I Ins enormous outlay
would bo disastrous to tho proprietors, wero
it not for tho rare merits possessed by tho
wonderful medicine. Call at Harry W.
Schuh's Drug Store and get a trial bottle
freo, and try for yourself. It never fails to
Never (ive Up.
If you are sufforing with low and de
pressed spirits, loss of appetite, general
debility, disordered blood, weak constitu
tion, headache, or any disease of a bilious
nature, by all moans procure a bottle of
Electric Bitters. You will be surprised to
seo tho rapid improvement that will follow;
you will be inspired with new life strength
and activity will return ; pain and misory
will cease, and honcoforth you will rejoice
in the praise of Electric Bitters. Sold at
fifty conts a bottle by Harry W. Schuh. (5)
The Howe scale took first premium at
Philadelphia, Paris, Sydney, and other ex
hibition. Borden, Solleck & Co., agents,
St. LouiB. (9)
Notices In this column three lines or leas 26 cents
onelnaertloo or $1.00 per wuek. .u
WANTKD.-An agent In this vicinity, to sel1
Watch oujnsiallmout plan. Liberal term
to the rlifht party. Address Heoretary MerrlmaO
Watch Company, Haverhill, Mass. 7 6t-"o-d.
A NO, ONB FERRYBOAT FOR 8ALB.-11J
f"ollonK,!W feet beam; will carry sixteen two
horse waijoiis. I'rlce fourthoufand dollars. For
Information addiens W. A. CADB,
8 ll lm Leavenworth Kansas.
roRHALK.-Blanks. Clmttiil MorffBffog, Special
7 '"JJ f '!l """n' at tL Bulletin
Jnh office 7H Ohio Leveo
T l PRINTING OFKICKH-We hive a large
stock of a-UM, No. 1 "M" news that wu will sell to
Printers only, In lota of not Iom than two reams, at
$2 40 per ream canhi AddressE A, Burnett. Bnl
AX8rl0hori powr nprilit eniflne, In good
condition, aud U foot hor xonul -1 nim hnllnra.
with all tho valvs, pipes, new heater, drlvo well
walertaak. ete., now stnoke Ktuck all complete,
price Address K. . Unrnelt, Cairo. 111. If.
The yonnir Ladles of The
win uivo a sociable
THURSDAY EVENING, OCT. 12TII
At tho Hesldeuce of
Mil. JOHN" M. LANSUKN.
A Cordial Invitation Is Kxtended to Every One.
(jAUiU UJfJUIlA HOUSE.
Ouo Nlalit Only.
The Southern Htar, Qnecn of Comedy
company tnaer ue LUrectiou or
JOHN II. HAVLIN.
In ft, 17 r'.ni, .... it -.t- i
oi YioMcrn ramus, Humor and Adven
Produced with the oriirtnal cenery and effects i
v . u Li van
rsls of reserved seats beyln on Wednesday. If.
advance In price of admission, ,
JWO HIOHTS AND MATTISEB
Friday&Saturday.Oct. 13& J
And Saturday Mattinne. ?
EnMH'omeut of (he Celebrated Emotional
Supported by the Favorite Commedlan
Lambert Klchardaon's Superb Couiblnati'
Firstclasfl Artists - I
T,"ropoiiin meatret, )
The only complete Dramatic Company (carr
1 .... . tl . Ml.
FHIDAY NIGHT - - "DANITl'J
Saturday Mattlnee "The Banter's Dauclj'.'i
OBSERVE TIIE PKICES.
ilC, 50c and 2c, no extra for reaurved icli
cents and lit conts; children cents. t
JAMES KELCII& CO.
IL T. GEKOULD AND
U. P. NEWLA N
AND GAS FITTERS,
DRIVE WELLS, FOKCE AND
LIFT PUMPS FURNISHED AND 1
UP IN A WORKMANLIKE I
MANNER, GAS FIX
Of all kinds furnished to order, old fixture!
l)ronrod;Jolil)ln promptly attended to. Or'
reculvod at Daulul Haaman's or at tho shop,
COMMERCIAL AVENUE BETWEEN 1
NINETH AND TENTH STRK '
CA1KO .... ILLS
FLOUR- GRAIN AND HAY
HUrhect Cash Price Paid for Wbe