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TI1K DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 29, KS2.
I'llK DAILY BULLETIN
OFFICE; SO. 78 OHIO LEVER.
ENTKKUD AT TUS CAIRO rOBTOFFICE FOR
TttANSMISMON TIIROUUU TUE MAILS AT 8 EC'
OND CLASS RATES.
OFIWUL PAPKR OF CITY AND COUNTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Nniirat lb thin coUmn, oitttrt centi per line for
Crt and Ave ceati per line etch tuhaeqaent Inaer-
ion. ror uau ww. in tuu yci luo wl WMW
n outa, tic) centa per line.
50c per Can,
Extra Sclocta, at DeBaun's.
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured aud for sale at the Cairo Dulletiu
Grand Opeka Restaurant opposite
Opon H tints up stairs, Back entrance on
7th street. Oysters in every style. 11-20 tf
in market at DeBaun's 50 Ohio levee.
50c. per Can,
Extra Selocts, at DeBum's.
Ladies Rjstauraut opposite Opera
House. Ous Batto proprietor, 11-20 tf
For Ovsters in any style ro the Grand
Opera Restaurant Eatrances on Comaier
c.al and 7th street. 11-20 tf
go to DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
New Blacksmith Shop.
A. new horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P Powers ou Tenth street. All
manner of blacksm thing and wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work doue promptly. tf
at DeBaun's 56 Ohio levee.
Tru to Her Trust.
Too much cannot be said of tluever
faithful wile and niothiT, constantly watch
ing and curing for her dear ones, never neg
looting a single duty in their behalf. When
they are assailed by disease, and the sys
tem should have a thorough demising, the
stomach aud bowels regulated, blood puri
fied, and malarial poison exterminated, she
must know that Electric Bitters are the only
suie remedy. They an- the best and pureHt
medicine in the world and only cost fitly
Ceut3. Sold by Harry W.Sehuh. (4)
Satisfac iou For Ten.
In our family of ten for over two years
Parker's Gmger Tonic has cured headache,
malaria and other complaints so oatibffic
torilythat we are in excellent health and uo
expense lor doctors or other medicines.
To all who are suffering from the errors
and in discretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, tfcc, I
will send a recipe that wilier'-you, free
OF chakok. This great remedy was
discovered by a minihter in South America.
Send a sell-addressed envelope to the Rev.
Joseph T. Inman, Station D., New York
A beacon tn distress is "Dr. Sellers'
Cough Syrup," the most efficacious remedy
for coughs, colds and hooping cough.
"Hackmetack," a lasting and fragrant
perfuirc Price 25 and 50 cents. 13
. Loss of hair aud gray ness, which often
mar the prettiest face, ara prevented by
Parker's Hair Balsam.
A General Stampede.
Never was such a rush made for any
Drug Store as is now at Harry W. Schuh's,
for a trial bottle of Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds,
All pers-m affejted with Asthma, B:on
cliitis, nouses., Severs Coughs, or any
affection of the Throat aud Lungs, can get
alrial bottle of this great remedy free, by
calling at above Drug Store. ( 1 )
Galvanizvl Scales tor Creameries, Dia
ries, Butter Dialers, and Grocers. Sejid
for circular. Howe Scales Co., St. Louis
Acout Mitchell, 50 Emma street, Chi
cago, III., svs: "Brown's Iron Bitters has
entirely cured me of dy spepsia aud gloep
leDes. Over 250,000 Howe Bcale have been sold,
and the demand increasing continually.
Borden, Selleck fc Co., agents, St. Louis,
SuiLon's Cure will immediately relieve
Croup, Whooping Cough Hud Bronchitis.
For DvsDoiisia. Indigestion, Depression
of Spirit and General Debility, in their
various forms; als as a preventivo sgainst
HVvnr nul A ue. nu I other Intermittent
HVvwrs. tln -Kiro-Ph ioriit.-d Klixir of
CidUavi." made bv Ciswell. Hsnrl & Co..
New York, and sold bv all Druiu'sta, is the
bent tonic; and fr patients recoverinufrom
Fever r otlmr Mokacss, it naa uo equal, u )
My Ho, tjed nine veal, was afflicts
with C.tarrti: the use of Ely's Cream 11 il in
erleeteit a couple cure. W. E. Ham MAN.
Druggist, Kiitou, Ta.
H iving purchase! the ' akery ot J.
Anthony, on Washington avenue between
flth and 10 h streets, I prepared to offer to
the public at ail times fresh bread, cakes.
&a. of the fmut anility at the lowest nrlcci
to be found in the city. Call ami see me.
- 12-1 a tr Jacob Latner.
Booms to Rent,
Furnislud rooms for rent by Mrs. S
Williamson, near corner Seventh street aud
Happy Christmas, 18821
MERRY NEW YEAR, 1883!
OLD ANU RELIABLE NEW YORK STORE
Justin receipt of all such Goods as are
needed for the Holiday Trade,
New Raisins, Candies, Mince Meat,
New Currants, Homc-niado Candy, Apple
Butter, Clams, New Citron, Fancy Candy,
Fruit Butter, Celery, Ni-w Pruues, Candy
Toys, Jellies and Preserves, Cocoanuts,
&c, Ac. New Suw from the South and
Molasses. China Dolls, Wax Dolls and
Wood Dolls, toys of all kinds to make
the children happy and joyful.
Choico Ruston Butter and Fresh Country
Butter, Dressed Turkeys aud Chickens.
of 'Fancy Dry Goods, such us Collars, both
Lice and 'Linon, Silk Handkerchiefs,
Fancy Hose, Socks, Cloaks, and in fact all
Goods needed for home and comfort.
We have tlu Goods, and thev must bo
sold. Our motto is "to sell Goods cheap
nnd lots of thcra." Try our P. & W. Flour,
finest in the city.
Choice Hams, IiroakliiHt Bacon and
Dried Beef, Pig's Feet aud Tongues,
Choice Apples and Oranges.
Call and sue -us aud buy your Goods
cheap. 5t C. O. Patiek&Co.
A Good Restaurant.
If you want a good meal call at Schoen
tncyor's Rentaurant cor. lOlbst. and Wash
ing ave. Only 25 ds. tor a regular meat,
and day boarding will find the best accom
modation on reasonable terms.
The Wm. Alba uahber-shop is one of
the best appointed shops in the city; five
barbers all first-class workmen. Call at
this shop, Commercial avenue next the
Opera House and get hair-cutting, sham
pooning and shaving dono in an artistic
Upholsterer Cbas. D. Young:
has moved his shop to the Byrnes hou?e
on Washington between 0th and 10th.
Mattresses made to ordur and all work
All neisons are hereby notified not to
trust or harbor mv wife Lucy, on my ac
counts, as we have separated by mutual
consent, and I will pay no lulls of her con
tracting. J hn Clanoy. 4t.
J EN E UAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Nottceu In thata coinnii'i. ton eniiw per Muii,
tit- urtinn and wh'thr marked or not, if calm-
ted to f iwa-'l any miu'a biiHlnia IntoroBt are
-Wanted A good cook. Apply to Mrs.
Burnett, No. 32 10th streot. 3t.
-During 1880 Miuoiaans mailed 09,013,-
328 letters, or 23 2J to each person.
-Prof. Clark is iu Springfield, Ills., at-
teuding a meeting of the State Teacher's
-Boy wanted to tend Gordea Presses,
and work in priuting office. Apply at Tub
Bulletin office. 8t.
Gen. C. W. Pavey is in the city iu
pursuit of his duties as collector of internal
The city is very quiet iu every way after
Christmas, which is quite a relief to many
who were overworked just before and dur
ing that festivo time.
-The Ella Kimbrough leaves hero daily,
except Saturdays, at 4 o'clock p. m. for
Cape Girardeau. tf
Only one case of a mild character was
tried in the police courts of this city yester-
day. Henry Harris, a white man of more
appetite than moral courage, was taken in
for being offensively drunk, and Magistrate
Comings fined him one dollar and costs and
sent him to the Hotol Do Martin for a num
ber of days.
Schoolchildren will und The Bulle
tin scratch-books Nos. 2 and 3 tor sale at
Phil Saup's candy store. tf
-Prof. Andrcss' show outfit is lodged
hero at the Uuion depot until ho shall re
turn from New York, where he went to
apend the holidays. Persons who have
caught a gly inputs of t ho outfit predict that
the Prof, will give the Cairo public a good
show. The Professor's agent, Mr.
has been busily ougaged during the last
week putting up bill-boards and decora
ting them with attractive bills,
A Christmas present that could not bo
excelled for geneial usofuluoss is displayed
at Coleman' book store iu shape of a
Siloul"Now Homo Sewing Machiue, with
nil attachments; price at factory, $55.00
and Coleman only asks $45 for it. Call
and see it. 8t.
The remains of Jack Bayers were
taken to Blandville, Ky., yesterday after
noon, for interment in the cotuetary uuar
that place, where Mr. and Mrs.Sayers were
buried before him. Ac Election was made
up iu The Bulletin office and among
deceased's friends in the city, to defray the
expenses of llin lunerul, The two sisters
were also taken to Blandville where they
will n it be exposed t evil tumpt itious as
much as they would be here, aud where they
have frlunds with whom an effort will be
made to Iculno them comfortably.
"Parted," which Henrietta Chanfrau
produces to-night for the first timeiu Cairo,
is au American Comedy Drama of approv
ed popularity, It possesses a special inter
est in its peculiar fitness for the display of
Mrs. Chantrau's charming ability aud her
exquisite versatility. The play achieved in
Naw York a signal success at the Standard
Theatre. Mr. William Winter,, the poet-
critic of the New Yoik Tribune, pronoun
ced jt "the best American Play yet offered"
in New York, and this praise has been gen
erously bestowed by the critics of Philadel
phia ami Boston The Comedy is well
cast. Its author, Mr. C. W. Tayleurc, of
the Baltimore Bar, assuming a Comedy
role. The Isabel Tayhuro Company will
take part In the performance.
From Sergoant W. n. Ray's woather
bulletin for the month of November, wo
see that the highest temperature here dur
iugthat month was 80dogroos on the 1st;
tho lowest 28, on the 27th and 28th; the
prevailing direction of tho wind was north ;
total movenunt of wind 5,882 miles; high
est volocity of wiud 80 miles per hour on
thoBth. Rain or snow fell ou fourteen
days of the month; the total rain fall was
5.00 inches. The first snow fall of the sea
son was on the 28th ; hail on the 0th. Dur
ing tho same mouth last year the rain-fall
Frank Chanfnu, who is now iu Cairo,
was born in New York city, of French
parentage, in 1820. aud is tho wealthiest
actor now counected with the stage. His
wife, Henrietta Chanfrau, the daughter of
a wealthy merchant of Philadelphia, was
boru in that city in 1811, and educated in
New Orleans, whero some of her relatives
(connections of Gjq. Beauregard by mar
riage) yet reside. She is siid to be tho
most highly cultured of living American
actresses. Ciifton W. Tayleuro, tnauagor
of the Chaofraus, was born in South Caro
lina in 1832. He is of Huguenot extraction;
is a member of tho Baltimore bar; and un
til his capture by Rutherford B. IIyes,
in 1803, was one of the editors and war
corresp indents of the old Richmond In
Wo are glad to learn from m exchange
that "Mr. Thomas believes in tho improve
ment of the Mississippi river an i lias ac
cordingly introduced a bill in the home ap
propriating $0,000,000 for that purpose."
But i? it really true? Does Mr. Thomas
really bu-lieve as this exchange says he
doe-? Did he really d what it says he
did? If so, h i hai experienced a complete
chingo of heart and mind which his con
aliments will certainly applaud. Bat we
will not congratulate ourself too hastily;
we will wait and see h w ho votes. Form
erly he was always in favor of river im
provement until a ballot was about to be
taken upon the eulj.-cr, when he woul 1
play either the cow ir I or tho open enemy.
We shall distrust him now until he proves
himself to be what the exchange would
have us bil'n ve him to be.
The party at the resilience of Mr. F.
K irsmeyer, in honor of Mis Bettie's debut
in society, given on Wednesday night, is de
serving of more extended notice than it re
ceived in yesterday 's Bulletin, for it was
probably as brilliant an affiir for a private
parly us has over been given iu tho city
The residence is one of the neatest, most
convenient, and most elegantly and com
pletely furnished in tho city. Three large
rooms were practically transformed into
one, by throwing open tho intervening fold
ing doon, and th carpeted floors were
covered w.t'i heavy canvass. Prof. Stor
er's string band was there and produced
someoflho finet music; and in tho dining
room a feast was sprmii such a feast as
would h we dono credit to royalty. About
twenty couples wore prasout, all in elegant
society costumes, and they spent several of
tho happiest hours of their lives iu dancing
and feasting and T i.isti j g, and in the vari
ous other pleas mt ways in which ti.no is
mn lo to fly imperceptibly on such occa
sions. Th'i wh de was an eviut that will
be rec tiled often, and always with pleasure,
by thoie who to ik part in it.
THE BULLETIN VS. TII13 ST. LOUIS
AND CAIRO, AND CAIRO AND BT.
LOUIS, RAILROAD COMPANY.
If the Arijuj or any one else ever under
stood that Tue Bulletin or any ' one else
ever believed that Tho City had any legal
cl tim against the St. Lmis aud Cairo, or
the Cairo and St. Louis, railroad company,
on Btiy accouut whatever, then the
Argus or any ono else simply d isunder
stood The Bullltis or any one else, and
that, too, without reason. Tue Bulletin
and those who sided with it, have always
said, tlmt any claim by tin city ugaiust
either of the railroad org mizations returred,
to growing either out of tho old org uiizi
tiou's iiieXi.'Ustblo, treacherous failure to
maintain the best embankment ou the Miss
issippi river, or out of the uew organiza
tion's bold robbery, was purely ecquitable
and coal J not b j enforced in Uw.
'Hie Argus seems to agree
with The Bulletin in -the
opinion that tho two railroad organi
zation ure guilty of the wrongs against the
city with which Tub Bullhtis has repeat
edly charged ihetu; but the Argus seems to
think t all t a wrong which cm not be right
ed by law does not exist, certainly ought
lint to be taken into consideration iu luiure
trau-aclious, If one business man is swlu
died by one of his customers or patrons,
iua manner, that he can not find n dress iu
law, he will probably lake care that in fu
ture the same swindler, even under a chang
ed uaine,does not again get the advantage of
him. This would be busiuecs; would prove
that the swiud.ed biisinexs tuau had good
common sense and a proper regard tor his
own luturtstH. But the Arus
would have the city which,
as aguiust the present St. Liuis
and Cairo railroad compaey, is tho grossly
though legally swindled pirly, pursue just
tho opposite course to that for which any
good business man would receive praiso
and confidence and respect would have
It ptiisuo Just that course for which any
business man, in a like case, would incur
the just condemnation of all sensible people.
What Tue Bulletin does claim, and
those who believe m' it does (who, by the
wny, are the large majority of the people of
the city) is, thai the City of Cairo has been
seriously wronged by the railroad organi
zations named, that it has been most glori
ously plucked by each of them; that it has
acted tho unsophisticated goose, or tho
damned fool, if you please, to railroad cor
porations just long enough and ofton
enough ; that it ought to get back, indirect
ly if it can not do so directly, some of the
fine feathers of which it was robbed, or their
equivalent, and that it should, above all
things, fight like a Comaucho against
submitting to another "plucking," or else
sell its feathers at a fair market price.
The Bulletin and those it has tho honor
of representing, i. e. the majority aforesaid,
do not ask the St. Louis and Cairo railroad
company for a "donation." They would
have a right to demand as their ovjn, justly
due them from said company, somelhiug
over a hundred thousand dollars; but they
seek now only to prevent an entirely un
conditional appropriation, by ono of their
most unmerciful ravishcrs, of the perpetual
benefits resulting from a condition of things
w:iich it has cost them many thousands of
dollars to create, and which it may cost
them many thousands moro to maintain
they have resolved not to moekly submit to
being "plucked" of their best, newly ac
quired feathers by their arch "pluckcr"
they have "screwed up their courage to the
sticking point" they have dared to "make
a stand agin mother," and the Argus, and
a few people who are notoriously -ot the
city's best friends in all things, arc as much
horrified by the fact, as was Old Father
R ijcrs in "Esinaralda."
Too Argus says that tho
St. L mis and Cairo railroad
company "wants to have an equ-d
footing with tho Wabash and other
roa ls." If this means that tho city shall
do in future as it has done in the past:
off-r the nnw railroad corporation large in
ducements to enttir the city, givo away im
portant franchises unc mditionally.for abso
lutely nothing., p-rchance burden the peo
ple with additional railroad bonds all of
which the city has dono for some
of the older railroads in the city,
including the mrnw cjuage which, under
its present management, rewarded tne
city's generosity with robbery, then tho
Argus and the said railroad company wilt
bp, and of right ought to be, disappointed.
The city has turned over a new leaf iu its
railroad record, and it will write thereon
oaly what will prove it to have beui duly
mindful ot its own interest. If, on the
other hand, the Argui aud the company
aforesaid mean that the city shall place the
company upon the same footing as it would
placotha Wabash, oranyotherliko company
that mty in the future ask privileges similar
toih'iso now demandol as a right by tho
narrow gauge company, then we an 1 thoss
we r-presenr, tho majority aforesaid, say,
amen ! Th it is just exactly what the city
is doiug right now and has been doing
all along: it is simply asserting its right
to impose some conditions upon which it
will givo away a very important franchise,
the benefits of which are th'j results of the
expenditure of many thousands. And
thi instead of being au-attempt by the city
to pluck the railroad company, as the Ar
gus intimates, is merely ani purely an at.
tempt by the city to avoid being plucked
for, the third timo within a year or two by
tho samo unscrupulous follow under differ
The Bulletin has not watched the
movements in stocks on Wall atrtfet to keep
track of who owns the controlliug stock of
the present St. Louis and Cairo railroad
company. If it was necessary to do the
one in order to know the other, it would
probably not have been much of a job. The
tnovemont in St. Liuis an i Cairo, or Cairo
and St. Louis railroad stock was probably
not so very lively in the world's great stock
market. But Tub Bulletin knows, enough
for it to know, that "the new organization,"
so culled, was effected by the principal, the
foreign stock-holders in the old organiza
tions, and that in its formatiou, tho city
was made tho goose of and was most un
mercifully plucked. Perhaps tho Argus,
admitting as it does by its silence,
that - tho new organization did
swindlo the city, claims that, as
the stock-holdors chango, the organization
becomes free from all blame for tho past
bins of tho organization. This would be
equal to saying that a robber is not a rob
ber seven years after tho critno was com
mitted, because scionco teaches us that in
that spnee of time every part of a human
body c hanges, and tho man is not tho samo.
The Argus would probably not advise that
this doctrine ha carried In any case other
!hn that of Tho City of Caiio vs. The St.
L iuis and Cairo, or Cairo and St. Louis
railroad compa'iy, and in this only so far
as the defend tut is concerned.
THE CHANFRAUSLAil' NIGII T.
At the Opera House last night tho Chan
Iran company produced "K t the Arkansas
Truveler," to a largo and fashionable audi
ence. The piece had been presented here
once before by a company under the samo
management, but tho presout compauy was
pronounced by many to bo superior to the
former, tho best members of the former
company having been retained and better
NEW STOKE! NEW GOODS! NEW PRICES!
- B. MoMANUS,
Cor. 14th St. & Commercial Avo., Cairo, 111.,
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps,
GROCERIES and QUEEN&WAUE, &.,
Will keep a full stock on hand of a good quality. Past experience convinces me that
nothing but a good article gives tho purchaser satisfaction, and the worth of his money.
Possessing many advantages in buying and selling, and will give those who patronize
me the benefit of such.
Therefore, if you need Childreiis, Boys, Youths or Gents' Latest Style SUITS or
Elogant OVERCOATS at prices that can't bo beat; or,
Childrens, Misses, Ladies, Boys or Gents' Kubbrr Shoes,
Misses and Ladies' Rubber, or Gossamer Circulars, also Mens and Boys' Rubber Boots
und Coats, or Custom-made Boots aud Shoes of the BEST QUALITY, give me a call.
If you need any
White or Colore! Blankets or Bed'Cninforts
for your own use or for a boarding-house, call at thp square-dealing, one-price Stores.
A spleudid 1 J4' all wool Blanket, 0.00 and upwards. The steel mixed Jeans, Suits aud
Pantaloons for Boys, Youths and Men, which have given such satisfaction, and Flannel
Shirts and Overalls, &c, for Workingmen, Mechanica-and Steamboat Hands, I am deter
mined to always keep the beet. '
I embrace this first opportunity to return my sincere thanks to those who have
patronized mo since 1801, and I will try and merit acontinuanc i o! the s one in the future.
P E 0 C L A
KRIS KK1NGLE LAND, NOV. 12TII, 1882.
I do hereby appoint Phil. II. Sanp my agent for the re
ceiving of orders for me, and advise parents to be careful of
poison in Candies that are usually sold for less than price of
good A Sugar. Phil is manufacturing every day and in
vites the public to call and see for themselves how well he is
acting Santa Claus instruction.
We call the attention to an article iu the Patterson,
New Jersey paper to a Coroner's Inquest:
"We, the Jury, sworn to investigate the raue of the
death of May and Willie Brooks, are of the opinion that
death ensued from Poisonous Candies that, they hnd eaten on
the night of their death.' 1
Come Everybody and see Candies made. All orders
dropped through mail tilled on shortest notice.
ones substituted for the iufeiior oues.
The play was rendered last night
in a manner that must have
pleased every" one iu tho house,
and to judge fr.mi tin app'ame, etc., th:s
was certainly the case.
The principal character "Ki," by Mr.
Chanfrau, was of course, a superior piece of
acting. Mr. Chanfrau has become perfect
in the role and never fails to rivet the at
tention of the whole house when he
speaks or moves.
Among tho other members of the com
pany who deserve especial mention are Mr.
Allen, as "Main il B md ;" Mr. Owen, as
"Lord. Fitzfolie;" Mr. Fisher and Mr. Bare
foot, particularly gov! a '-Ju Ige Suggs"
and "Major Squig,'s;" MisH I)i:e in the
dual character of "Mary R-dding" aud
"Alice Redding;" Mi-s Gilpin, as "Miss
Temple" and Miss Dizio Dean as "Little
Allie." Thu ladies of the troupe are all
The troupe will produce "Parted" to
night, in which Mrj. Chanfrau will take
the leading part.
Why will you continue to suffer with
neuralgia when St. Jacobs Oil can be had?
TO MEET AT CAIRO.
Wo tako tho liberty to publish the fol
lowing circular issued by Cairo Lodge, No.
237, A. F. and A.M., which foretells an
important masonic meeting, to bo held in
this city, uud which will therefore be of in
terest to tho public:
Caiho, luM Dec. 27, 1832.
Tho most Worshipful Grand Muster,
having designated Cairo as the place, and
the 0th, 1 Ot li and 1 1th of January the time,
for the meeting of tho "Board of Grand
Examiners," the underiguod committee of
Cairo Lodge, No. 237, A. F. and A. M , fra
ternally urge the Brethren of Southern
Illinois to bo present.
We have secured ore and ono third faro
on the several ro:tds running into Cairo:
Illiuois Central, Wahash, St. Louis & Pacific
and St. Louis & Cairo. Pay full fare com
ing.and return tickets will bo issued at one
third, upon presentation of certificate Irom
The Hotels will make special rates rang
iug from $1.25 to $2.01) per day.
During the hours of refreshment ample
opportunities will be afforded to Brethren
for visiting points of interest, in uud near
We confidently expect a full representa
tion and a pleasant and profitable meeting.
J. A. Goldstine,
W. A. Sloo, C m.
Tho meetings will be hold in the hall of
Cairo Lodge. They will be for tho benefit
of all thi Lodges in Southern Illiuois,
from each of which a lirgo delegation is
expected to be present. Wo may safely ex
pect to see a large number of masonic dig
nutar es in attendance.
A cold is unlike most visitors; if you
want to get rid of it, you must givo it a
warm reception with Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup, tho standard cough remedy of our
age. ' For sale by all druggists at twenty
five cents a bottle.
Professor Mason's next torm of danchig
lessons commences on Saturday, Dec. 80,
aftornoon class at 2 p. in. aud ovening class
at 7 p.m. Pupils will ploaso tako notice.
M A Tl ON.
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
Grand Holiday At traction!
THREE NIGHTS AND MATINEE
""anskkh.ta:.;; I CHANFRAU.
THURSDAY NIGII I.
Spencer & Tuylea re's Successful Play
Kit H.ddlnu ;.. F. S CilANFKAU
C. W. TayliMire' Comedy Driimii
Fl RS r NIUU Tor HZ N'Kl ETTA CHANFKAl'
Grace Shlrluy M.erli'tta Chtrifraa
Dorfcjr Shirley Clifton W. Uy.eura
1 lit) sutbor of tb lnv.
SATURDAY MATINEE, at 2.30 P.M.
Tb GREATEST of EMOTIONAL ri.IVs,
Th GlBTEiiT LADY ImADF.L.
'THE NEW EAST LIE,
Hy Clifton V. Taylcurn, nricln il author uf tli
OKIUINAL EAST LYNNE.
I.sdv Insliel ml am Cbunfmu
Archibald l.'arlylo .aifion W. Tuyluuro
The Original ot this Great Play.
New in Dialogue,
yw in KitviatloiiH,
Last Appparanco of tho Popular Co
ineiliitu m UoucicaultVi (treat Play,
Halem Hcuddor ....F S. I'hmifrnu
Ad ninpon. TV. and fiflc: Gallery, 25c. M lni
Prices urn. m all 'arts n( the Hntifo Indmllhe Hi
The Old Reliable
No. !, will hftvpn
Grand New Year's Ball.
la lUor Hull on '
Monday Nljrlit Juniary 1, 1883.
Thu IUII hn hi'en tu.wly fitted up, and will lie
hamlom ly trimmed f ir tho nrcKrlni', mid tho
cuminlttuH will tako vri'i't lit In t'ltnaka th JSnll
a grand iihtuhi tD.nl shall lis highly oujuyud bv all
11 IlAMKN.I AKUKR,
CouimltU'u of Arrangomunti.