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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 2, 13.
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OFUUAL PA TEH OF C1TT AND COUNTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
k.itiMin mi. column, eiant cent por line for
Intend Ave emu por Iim etch a'4.int Inter-
'.Ion. For ouo WW). aucem per uuu. ror nuo
ti.ontb.Wceui per line.
60c per Can,
Extra Selocts, at DeBun's.
That Hacking Cough can bo so quickly
cured by Billion's Cure. Wo guarantee it.
Paul Q. Scrub, aont. (1)
Keceipt books, Cairo dato line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured aad for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
The U. 8. government ore using large
numbers of the Improved Howe Scales.
Borden, Sulleck & Co., stents, St. Louis,
in market at DeBaun's 50 Ohio levee.
Free ot Cost.
All pasons wishing to test the meiitsof
a great remedy one that will positively
cure Consumption, Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Bronchitis, or any affection of the Throat
and Lungs are requested to call at Harry
W. bchuh b drug store and get a trial bot
tle of Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption free of cost, which will show you
what a regular dollar-size bottle will do. (1)
Ladies Restaurant opposite Opera
House. Gus B)tto proprietor, 11-20 tf
50c. per Can,
Extra 3elects,'At DeBaun's.
Puke Cod Lives Oil made from selected
livers, on the sea-shore, by Caswell, Hazard
CL V. X- X- -1. T. 1 ...
v w. ixew inrs. ii is aos'outuiy pure i
and sweet. Patients who have once tiken
it prefer it to all others. Physiciaus have
decided it superior to aDy of the other oils
Chapped Hands, Face, pimples, and
rough Bkin, cured by using Juniper Tar
Poap, made by Caswell, Hazard & Co.
New York. (3)
Pon OrsTERS in any style go the Grand
Opera Restaurant Entrances on Commer
cial and 7th street. 11-26 tf
New Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. r rowers on Tenth street. All
manner of bUcksraithing ami wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work dono promptly. tf
at DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
Mothers should Know It.
Fretful babies cannot help disturbing
everybody, and mothers should know how
soothing Parker's Ginger Tonic is. It stops
babies pains, makes them healthy, relieves
their owu anxiety anJ is safe to use. Jour
nal. Will you suffer with Dyspepsia and Liver
Complaint? Shiloh's Vitalizt-r is guaran
teed to cum. Paul O. Se.huh, agent. (2)
Fortunes lor Farmers and Mechanics
Thousands of dollars cm be saved by us
ing proper judgmeut in taking care of the
health of yourself and family. If you are
Bilious, have sillow complexion, poor appe
tite, low and depressed spirits, and generally
debilitated , do not delay a moment, but
go at once aud procure a bottle of those
wonderful Electric Bitters, which never fail
to cure, and that for the trilling sum of fif
ty cents. Tribune. Sold by Harry W.
If you call on your druggist for "Dr.
Sellers' Cough Syrup," we pledge immedi
ate relief and cure on short notice.
To all who are sutferiug from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
Des, early decay, loss of manhood, Ac, I
will send a recipe that will ccw you, fuke
OF CHAHOE. This great remedy wis
discovered by a minister in South America.
Bend a BtU-addresaed envelope to tho Ucv.
Johicpu T. Inmas, Station D., New York
"Hackmetack," a lnstiug and fratrrant
perfuire. Price 23 and 50 cents. 18
The proprietors of Elys' Cream Blm do
not claim it to be a cure-al!, but a sure
remedy for Catarrh, Colds in the bend und
Hay Fever. Price. 50 cen Is. Apply into
nostrils with lit'le flugir.
go to DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
If you hive acro'ult, don't fail to use
"Dr. Liudsey'i Blond Searcher." 8 ld by
all druggists. It will cure you.
Don't condemn a good thing b; causo
you have been deceived by worthhss nos
trums. Parker's Ginger Tonic has cured
many in this section of nervous disorders,
and we recommend it heiutily to sufferers.
Galvanized Scales lor Creameries, Dia
ries, Butter Dealers, and Orocers. Bond
forcircular. Uowo Scales Co., St. Louis
Having purchased tho bakery ot J,
Anthony, on Wasthington aveuuv between
0th and 10th street, I prepared to offer to
the public at all time fresh bread, cakes,
&c. of the best quality at the lowest prices
to be found in the city. Call and mo me.
12-1 tf Jacob Lather.
Gkaxd Opkha Restaurant opposite
ODora House up stairs, Bock entrance on
7th timet. Outers io every style. 11-90 tf
A Good Restaurant.
If ym want good meal call at 8c linen
meyer's Restaurant cor. lOih Bt. and Wash
ing avo. Unly 23 cis. ior a regumr muni
and day boarding will find the beat accom
. , i i
inodatiuu od reasonable tortus.
Tub YTm. Alba bahbbr-shop is one of
tun best appointed shops in t bo city; five
barbers all first-class workmen. Call
tins shop, Commercial avenuu next the
Opera House, and get hair-cutting, shani
nooning aud shaving done in an artistic
Upholsterer Chas. D. Young-
has moved his shop to the Byrnes house
on Washington between 0th and lOtn
Mattresses made to order and all work
All persons are hereby notified not to
trust or harbor my wife Lucy, on my ac
counts, as we have si-parated by mutual
consent, and I will pay uo bills of ner enn
trading. John Clanc?. 4t.
I have sold my interest in the firm ot
White Co., Bird's Point, Mo., to Mr. J
T. Joins; the old firm will collect all ac
counts outstanding and pay all debts con
traded previous to the 21st day of Decem
ber, 1882. After above date my interest
and responsibility in the firm censed.
12-80-3t J. 8. Jackson.
Wanted A good house-keeper. Ger
man preferred. Apply at this office 3t.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices tn the coinmns, wo coot per linn,
rii tnnMrtinn mid wh other marked or not. if ealcn
luted to fovva-d anv mw'i buelnoM intercut are
Wanted A good cook
Applj to MfB,
Burnett.No. 83 10th street.
Mr. Herron, of Cobden, is in the city
visiting his daughter, Mrs. Will D. Came
The Peoria "National Democrat" of
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8undav come8 lo U8 m 8 DCRt new dm9 anJ
enlarged. We congratulate it
-For Sale A good .family horse. Price,
f 83. For particulars apply at this office.
Mrs. Ida James, who had been spend
ing several weeks in a pleasant visit to Mr.
E. A. Burnett and family, went to St. Louis
Sunday morning to visit relatives there.
"You I more than turkey love" will be
ess difficult to sing in the households
where turkeys nn-vailod during these holi
days, now that turkey reigns no more.
Schoolchildren will unl Tub Bulle
tin scratch-books Nob. 2 and 8 tor sale at
Phil Saup's candy stare. tf
At the Sunday School in the Presby
terian church Sunday afternoon, Mr. M.
Eastc-rday was elected superintendent ; Mr.
B. F. Blake, secretary, and Mr. William
- -Snme one again entered one of the
dressing rooms of the Coniiquo Saturday
night and took a satchel and some jewelry
belonging to Miss Frankie Gray and $3.00
in money belonging to another of the ac
tresses. The Ella Kimbrough leaves here daily,
except Saturdays, at 4 o'clock p. in. for
Cape Girardeau. tf
As soon as the additional yard room of
the Mobile & Ohio shall permit, (and efforts
to increase it are even now in progress) the
gravel for the improvement of Eighth street
will bo brought over the river and the
work ot improvement will begin if the
weather be favorable.
The Wabash company baa for sme time
back been making surveys on its right-of-way
arjund tho Mississippi Bidu of tho city,
with a view to laying out work for spring,
and then laying t'racksaround that way
to enable it to do its extensive and constant
ly increasing freight traffic more conven
iently. Springfleldls crowded and crowding
with politicians and members of the legis
lature. There are said to be more public
men there than ever befoie on a like occa
sion, the struggle tor tho sens-
tnrship promises to be one of
the fiecest ever made. None can
predict tho outcome with any degree of
A Christmas present that could not be
excelled for general usefulness is displayed
at Coleman's book store in shape of a
''Silent" New Home Sewing Machine, with
all attachments; price at factory, $55.00
and Coleman only asks $45 for it. Call
aud Bee it. 8t.
With the blowing of many steam
whistles, the ringing of many bells, the
firing of many guns, the drinking of a few
"bumpers," and a magnificent illumination
of the tky by a burning house, tho Now
Year was usher, d in Sunday night in this
city. Every person in the city must liavo
been awakened by the din and enjiiyed it
in spite of bis or her drousiaess.
Tho nutiueo yesterday afternoon, at
which the Fay Templetoo Troupo produced
"Patieuce," was attended by only a fair
audience, which did not fill the parquot
and circle. The performance was a very
pleasant one, full of beautiful scones, songs
and exercises, and was well rendered by
the large company. Tho charming little
Fay took tho leading role as "Patience, a
Milk Maid" and exocutod it admirably.
Tho highest temperature reported In
yestcraay ancrnoon s weatner uuuotin -wsb
40 at Vicksburg, and the lowest was 5 at
Blsruark. Tbl next lowest was 7, it Yank
ton aud tho next, 10, at La Crosse. The
movement during the twenty-four hours
ouding at 3 o'clock was mixed, the avcrago
fall and riso boiiicr; about equal. Rain or
snow fell at Cairo, Chattanooga, Davenport
Keokuk, Leavenworth, Nashville, St
Louis, and St. Paul, and heavy snow at
The annual festival of the Baptist
Sunday-school was held at the church on
tho corner of Tenth and Toplar streets last
night and was a very pleasant affair well
gotten up, and well attanded. Tho musical
exercises were very attractive and enter
taiuing. Tho church had beon nicely
ornamented for the occasion. It was tho
fifth annual festival and all present must
have felt that the past fivj years had been
full of prosperity for the congregation.
Prof. Andrews at Hartman's hall to
night. IIn has just returned from New
York to fill his engagement for five nlyhts
He has nlso purchased some new tricks to
perform to-night and also give some hand
some prizes; 150 each night; he also will
give a free tinht-rop.) nscensiou in tho open
air; with his 'ruined birds, his wonderful
bird usher, he will wheel another bird
across the street on a wheol-barrow. The
ascension will take place between 4 and 5.
All turn out ami give the Professor a
crowded house. TicketB for sale at Joe
Mr. J. C.Gault, second vice-president
of tho Wabash, St. Louis and Paciflc Rail
way company, has issued tha following
circular : "Mr. A. C. Bird having resigned
his position as g-jneral freight agent of
this company, to take eff .'Ct Jan. 1, 1833,
Mr. M. Knight has beeu promoted to fill
tho vacancy, and will assume the duties of
the position on that date. Mr. C. L. Wel
lington has been promoted to the position
of first assistant general freight agent and
Mr. E. 8. Macken has been appointed
second assistant general freight agent."
-The dairy kept by Lieut.. DeLong,
which was found beside his dead body ou
the bank of the Lena, has been made
public. It gives a terrible picture of the
trials and sufferings to which the unfortu
nate crew of tho ill-fated Jeannette were
subjected during the twilvo months in
which the vessel drifted in the ice. The
last record bears date Dec. 81, 1880, and is
a summary of the history of the ship, which
in sixteen months drifted 1,800 miles, but
only gained one-sixth of that distance.
Even at that writing DeLong had not
abandoned hope, and still expressed the
belief that the vessel might yet be able to
accomplish something worthy of the flair
Probably the last notable event in this
city of the old year was a fare which oc
curred a few minutes before twelve o'clock
Sunday night aud totally destroyed the
cooper shop of Mr. J. H Parks, near the
gas works. The building was a small frame
structure belonging to C 1. Taylor and
worth but a few hundred dullars. Its con
tents, which cousisted of soma Btock and
the tools, belonged t Mr. Parks and p.re
valued by him at between four and hve
hundred dollars. All was destroyed, al
though tho fire department was prompt to
turn out, uot being misled as inauy were,
by the thought that the alarm was but a
signal that the old year was waning. The
only insurance there was on the propeity
destroyed was $300, held by Mr. Parks in
a company represented by Messrs. Wells &
One of the pleasant little incidents of
the holidays just pasted, transpired at the
boarding house of Mrs. Stites, on Seventh
Street, yesterday at noon. It was the pre
sentation ot a pair of fine gold spectacles,
by tho guests of tho house, to Mrs. Stites,
the genial and able hostess, in appreciation
of her constant and successful efforts to
please the pallates of her hungry boarders.
At the dinner hour the guests and ladies of
tho house, to the number ot about thirty,
gathered in the sitting room, and there
Mrs. Stites was induced to appear and with
brief ceremony was "spectacled." Mrs.
Stites expressed her thanks in a few, ear
nest words, and then invited the company
to part.akoof onoof her characteristic din
ners, which nil did with their usual alacnr
liy but but with moro than usual pleasure.
The Rough and Ready firo company
opened its hall to the public last uight by a
fancy ball, their regular New Year's ball.
A real uicu conipuuy of people, seventy
five or a hundred, young and middle-aged,
was present, there was thu finest string
music, and at 11 o'clock a splendid feast
was spread and heartily partaken of in the
lower portion of the engiue house. The
company, as has been previously announced
has bad thu hull but . re
cently replastered, and some changes
made which add much to its good appear
ance. It is now one of tho prettiest little
halls in thu city. With such surroundiuge
and auch opportunities for enjoyment none
could think of aught but joy, and nonodid;
there was evidently "luxuriant joy, and
pleasuro in excess, sparkling exult ou every
brow and revo! unreatrained." After the
feast dancing was resumed an 1 coutinuod
for several hours.
A young negro uamod Rily powers
who is bar keeper at a saloon in thoClaik
block, was threatened with prosecution yes
terday for boldly swindling two other ncg
roos out of something over four dollars
each. Tho latter went into tho place of
buBracss Sunday night and bought some
thing and each handcdjPuwcr a five-dollar
bill. Powers took the-money and weut out
to have it changed and did not permit him
self to bo seen until yesterday rooming.
when his intended victims accidently met
him. Being asked for the change duo out
of the two bills, he said that he had been
robbed of all the money he had, including
the change belonging to the two negroes
But his victims wouldn't credit the story
but threatened prosecution for swindling,
which Induced Mr. Powers to pay each the
amount duo him and thus coded what
might have grown into a caso of somo cx
penae to the county.
We had the pleasure" yesterday of
meeting Mr. George Jones, advance agent
for the Hess English Opera company who
is arranging with Capt. Shields to place
his splendid troupe of 63 accomplished
choristers and musicians in Cairo Monday
evening, January 8th. This simple an
nouncement is sufficient to assure our peo
pie that an entertainment of a very high
order is in store f r thorn, and that for the
first time in Cairo tho "Bohemian Giri"
will be presonted with ainagnificient casto,
which includes tho celebrated Peake Broth
ers, Georgo uud James. Four prima donna
are with the company and the beautiful
opera of the "Bjhemian Girl" has been
selected, that the wh ile force of tho com
pany may be brought out. We most sin
cerely hopj that our people may turn out
liberally and give the troupe such a recep
tion us their reputation and talent warrants.
Tickets will bo on silo at Buder's in a few
In reply to a characteristically Repub3
licau squib of tho State Journal, the
Springfield Register Bays truthfully of tho
pending contest of Captain W.K. Murphy:
" There are very good grouuds for Mr. Mur
phy's contest, far better thau theie were for
a majority of the contests last summer, by
which the Repu'jlicansu oseated s.-vcral
Democrats' Whatever tiny bo Baid of Mr.
Murphy's contes, however, there is a Deni
er it iu Illinois who came
within a few votes of being
elected, who declines to contest, al
though tha evidence against his opponent
s far stronger than that under which scores
ot Democrats huvo been unseated by Re
publicans. Wo refer to the Hon. P. C.
Ililey who ran against Cullen in the
Eighth district. Mr. Barley's friends de
clare, and he admits that the seat would
bo awarded him on the ground of inform
alities that vitiate returns, if for uq other
reason; but he declines to contest because
he believes that no citizen should be de
prived of the elective franchise because ;f
tho failure of the judgps of election to
comply with the letter of tho law iu con
ducting an election and in making out
their returns. Can the Journal point to a
Republican who has ever acted asconsci- j
entumslv in renard to an office there was a
chance forhira to obtain?"
In a communication to the Chicago
Tribune, Thocion Howard, agitation com
mittee of the Permanent State Road asso
ciation Bays: "Tho last paragraph in the
Tribune editorial to-day under the the head
of "Constructing County Roads" suggests
the on'y solution of the prarie mud prob
lem, Hud is iu strict accord with articles
aud addresses iss'ied from the headquar
ters of the agitation committee, located
hero. The Permanent State Road associa
tion asks the general assembly t pass a
bill to encourage and compel tho construc
of permanent roads. There is to-day, over
and above any extravagant charge liable
to como from the approaching session, ly
ing idle in tho state treasury nearly $2,000,
000. This money has been drawn from
every avenue and walk of life, withdrawn
from circulation and tne paths of com
merce and trade. The association will ask
the General Assembly to encourago perma
nent road-building by saying to Vermilion
or any other county : "Tax yourselves to
build good roads. Youre now paying on
an average of 85 cents an the $100 for road
purposes, and get no roads. Levy a tax ot
8 ) cents on the $100, snd you in Vermilion
County will raise $40,000. From this idle
money in tho State Treasury we will give
you $40,000 more, and so for every county."
Tho results would be to causo a generous
rivalry between counties for good roads,
and the utilizing of $700,000 or $800,000
of now otherwise worthless "capital, to say
nothing ot tho men and teams that would
be given employment in constructing these
permanent roads. Tho Tribune knows and
. . , . i . i . . .. ,
lias oeciurea mat ic is a crime io noara i
money in municipal, state, or federal treas
uries. Let this surplus at Spriugflold be
unlocked. Let it bo scattered over our
glorious praries. Tho legislator who votes
for this will have future generations rise
up and call him-blessed."
-Murphysboro Era: "Col. Taylor of
Cairo, has s lived the question of control
lug the waters of the Mississippi, render
ing thsm harmless even during their high
est. Through his skill and persorverauco
the levees arouud Cairo have been render
ed indestructable, and the city is bayond
danger of overflow from the rivers which
so nearly surround It. Tho great point of
danger to Cairo his boeu where tho current
of the Mississippi trom the Missouri strikes
the Illinois eido at the northwest boundary
ot the city. Government expended over
$100,000 in facing the bank with willow
mattresses, young tree and rock this
work extends over three miles snd is bo
constructed as to withstand the powerful
current that 1s trown against it. The
whole levco on the Mississippi side has
been raised two foet higher than ever be
fore, widened and strengthened In every
manner that experience has shown to be
the best for that purpose. The Cairo Ar
gus gives a very iuteretting article upon
tho condition of tho levees, tho iinprovo
montB made upon thorn, and awards Col
Taylor the credit duo him for the part he
has taken in laying the foundation of a
great city wl ero once was a wast of waters
Cairo is no lunger au experiment, she lias
passed through perils which would huvo
daunted a less determined, enterprising
people, and will soon rank among the moBt
Important an 1 thriving cities of the Missis'
sippi valley. One important fact concern
iug Cairo is not genorally knowu " or ap
preciated. She is perhaps the most health
ful of Mississippi river cities; this truth
was established by tho observations of the
medical corps of tho army during the wur,
and pnticnts were sent there from other
points to regain health and btrength. The
cause of this fact is manifest to all inquir
ing minds: malaria has had an affinity
for water the prevailing winds at Cairo
aro froin the south and west aud before
reaching the city pass over a largj body of
water, whose rapid current changes and
purifies the atmosphere with which it
com-s iu contact."
Waste no timo; delays have dangerous
enos i it a member ot your family is
8urjVring with n slight cough or cold, don't
watt until it develops itself into consump
tion, but procure at once a bottle of Dr
Bull's Cough Syrup and cure that cough.
THE OPERA ROUSE.
Fay Temploton Opera Company
rendered the beautiful little opera of "Pa-
tienco"-t') a very fiue audience yesterday
afternoon, aud wo feel assured that little
Miss Fay could not bo otherwise than
pleased at the cordial manner in which
a was again welcomed to Cairo.
The opera itself is just over-running with
agreeable situations uud incidents, with
much that contains drlightful airs, those
that tickle the ear and fill tho soul with
The costumes of the company are very
elegant and costly, an i ate displayed to
ne advantage by the vaiious graceful
groupiugs ot the "poor mad maidens
about the stage.
The m vements and gestures of sweet
Little Fay Templeton tire thu embodiment
ot grace aud beauty; while her voice is
rich, sweet and strong, the bus a capitivat-
ng manner of glancing quizzically from
beneath her brows, which is exceedingly
pleasant, aud when added to a mirth-pro-
voking glance of the eye, u funny twibtuf
tho dainty mouth, nd you have a character
at once charming and bright.
'Ho was a little boy" was exquisitely
rendered by Miss Fay and Miss Alice Vane
and received au enthusiastic encore.
"Good day to you" by Miss Culino and
Mr. Morris was delightfully given.
Seth M. Crane was well remembered as
Pippo in tho Mascot te given here last year
and as the "testhetic" received an applause
he richly deserved. Mr. Morris as the
"Imitation" handled tho character to per
fection, and was every inch the deluded
being striving for the unattainable.
All in all the nt'ternoou entertainment
gave groat satisfaction and every one re
tired with the opiuiou that the compauy is
first class, and that the various characters
could not have been placed in better hands.
The marching, Binging and general antics
of tho big dragoons brought dowu the
house, and was a delightful relish to the
geceral good things provided.
"Mascotte" was presented by the company
last night to a very good house, in spite of
a sharp, northerly atmosphere. Tho pre
ventation of this beautiful play was very
much superior to that of a year ago. Tho ,
company is a very much better ouo, it is a
stronger one both iu numbers and in talent,
which accounts for tho difference.
Little Fay as the "Mascotte" also show
ed strong evidences of improvement. She
was good before, but lint night she was
perfect in her role. She captivated the au
dience from the first and held it to the last,
receiving round after round of applause.
Mr. S. M. Crane as "Pippo" was capital.
Ho is woll adapted his part in every
Mr. Edward Morris as "Prince Lorenzo,"
and Mr. Bartou Adams as "Rocco," also
distinguished themselves from thu rest of
tho company as especially good. They
kept the audiuueo iu laughter all the while.
This, however is probably duo more to tho
parts they took in tlvs pi iy tuna to any
talent superior to tho rest of the company,
for uot tho perlormanco of a single 'part
could have been improved upon. Tho com
pany is a company of artists and good
looking artists, too, which is a matter of no
small Importance aud rarely met with.
But perhaps one of thu most attractive
features of tho performance were the ele
gant uniforms worn by all, Indies and gen
tlemen, and it is safo to say that there has
not been a richer or more appropriate and
attractive display on thu stage.
The many fine songs and choruses of tho
play were giaudly and sweetly rendered,
snd well accompanied by Prut. Htorers
Tho company appear for the last timo to
night, presenting tho Pirates of Penzance.
None who would bco o good play strongly
presonted should fail to boo it.
"My wife has found St. J icoIib Oil of ex
ceeding groat benefit in rheumatism, with
which she Buffered much until sho used
this remedy;" says ox Lieutenant Governor,
Norman J, Coleman, of thu St. Louis, Mo.,
Rural World, in arocout communication.
Francis Carroll & Sons, London, have
failed for 300,000.
Tho Empress Eugenio is growing thin,
pale and rheumatic.
Tho lord lieutenant of Ireland was hissed
at church in Dublin Sunday.
Arrivals of vessels from foreign ports at
New York Inst year were 0,470.
Tho worst storm of the Benson struck
Kanas Sunday. It is feared tho winter
wheat Is injured.
Firo defctroyed seven buildingp, including
tho postofflce, at Greenfield, Illinois, Sue
NEW A I V K UTI N KT1 KN TS,
Notice In thl column inrce Hue or Ut 25 cent
odo Insertion or Jl.OJ pi r weuk.
I JIO n BALE Tue Auherry property, corner 22d
itieul aud llolbrook nvio.ua
1M0-4'. M. J. HOWLKY, Ileal l itateAjtt.
riOBSALK AT AUCTI 'S. -Home ami lot with
xoo.t nublo, will be gold on 3 lh of December,
Itualod on -:litircut .lppo-ite tho convent.
tjOK HALE. Baibi-r'n chairx.wath atandi, t--a
ble &c. CONUAU ALBA, dlxih trcet
pOKSAI-E.-DUiiks. ChrttlHi Morgue, Special
Warranty and Warranty Dteda at the bulletin
Job office 78 Ohio Luveu
QA1R0 OPERA HOUSE.
One Night Ouly!
SATURDAY, JAN. 6.
The Popular Actor Mr.
and his complete first-class
Dramatic Company, com
prised entirely of
NEW YORK FAVORITES.
In Robert G. Morns' Great American
What the Newspapers say:
There are to It certain touches of ui'inhaod and
woo-aibood that nevar appeal In vain to humaa
ympf thlc- N. V. Uera!d, (quoted.)
Coo of the belt euti.Ttulaii.ent tbl tftaon.
N. Y. bun. ,
Tho author I to be congratulated on hla auccei.
N. Y. Star.
It whi received with voUy deinontratlon of
approval. N. Y. I'ost.
Old Shipmate a decldtd atircM. N. Y. Truth.
It U one of thoBoodold drama. -N. Y. Time.
Destined to enjuy a long and rrooperou career.
Decidedly the buit orlglnx! drama on the New
York ttage.-N Y. Spirit of Tim i.
A taso picture touched by tho brunh of a matter
and one that will ever live to thu g .laxy uf Ameri
can dramatic pirirait(..V. Y. Daily New.-
Mr. Mordaukt ore of tbe boitt actor on the
American ttagc. S F. Chronic'c.
Magnificent Scenery and Mechanical
Effects including- the
GKEAT SHIP SCENE!
AJmlMion T5. Uand "Icsou ici!tirkr
for reserved feat. No bable admitted nud.-r an
?reteue whatever Heervrd a' at Budr'i
5. 5) and 2 cetitn.
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
January 1st and 2d, 1883.
NEW YEAR MATINEE at 2 P.M.
Star Opera Company.
L'l cxco.lcd and moet Snccereful. In tbe Greotet
aud Bnt Comic Opera. Suporb Chorus.
Kuw Wardrobe. New Effect,
Cat to the entire atrength of the Company
Positively tbe finest organization on
JOHN TKMl'LKTON ...Mansaor
BYRO W.ORR God. Advance and Proas Ag't
WILL J. DUFFY Bus. Ag't aud Treasurer
Admllon , SO and 75 cent. No extra charge
forreaorvod loati, on al at Under' Jewelry itort.