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THE DAILY CAIRO JJULLETlN; WEDNESDAY A10KNIN(i, JANUARY 3, ist8.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
om'K: NO. 78 OUIO LEVKK.
EN I KURD AT TU CAIKO I'OSTOrriCK FOll
1IUNSMIHSION TIIKOUOll TH K MAI LB Al ent
CND CLASS HATES.
OTtlVlAl P1PKROF CITY AUPCOUMl
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
otirealutniac.olaron.ei(tntcent per n '
Imtandnve cent per line fh .a Wqueut tuior
ton. For one wwk. SOccnle per hue. ror one
n outh, 60 cent per line.
50c per Can,
Extra Select, at DeBaun's.
Tlut Hacking Couh can bo so quickly
cured by Sluloh'8 lure. Wo guarantee it.
PuulG. Scfiuh, ajuiit. 0)
Hewint books, Cairo (into lino, perfora
ted Btub, suitol to any business, inuuuf'af
tnrt'd and lor eato at tho Cairo bulletin
The U. 8. government are using large
cumbers of the Improved Howe Scales.
Borden, Selleck & Co., SRi-nta, St. Louis,
in market at Dcliaun'a 50 Qhio levee.
Free ot Cost.
All persons wishing to test the merits of
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's 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 Ujstaurant - opposite Opera
House. Ous Btto proprietor, 11-20 tf
50c. per Can,
Extra Selects, at DoBuun's.
Pukb Cou-LivbrOil mado from selected
livers, on the sea-shore, by Caswell, Hazard
& Co, New York. It )8 absolutely pure
and sweet. Patients who have once taken
it prefer it to all others. Physicians have
decided it superior to any of tho other oils
Chapped Hands, Face, iimple3, and
rough skin, cured by usins Juniper Tar
Soup, made by Caswell, Hazard & Co.
New York. (2)
Foil OrsTEHS in any stylo go tho Grand
Opera Restaurant Entrances on Commer
cial and 7th street. 11-20 tf
New Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Tenth street. All
manner of bhckaiuitbing and wagon work
done to order. Impairing work a specialty.
Work dono promptly. tf
at DeBaunV, 5'i Ohio levee.
Mothers should Kqow it.
Fretful babies caauot help disturbing
everybody, and mothers should know how
soothing Parker's Ginger Tonic is. It stops
buliri I ains, makes them healthy, relieves
their own anxiety and is safe to use. Jour
nal." Will you suffer with Dyspepsia and Liver
Complaint? Niiloh'a Vitalizer is guaran
teed to curj. P.iul O. Se.huh, Hgent. (2)
Fortunes for Farmers and Mechanics
Thousands of dollars can be saved by us
ing proper judjjmcut in taking care of the
health of yourself aud family. If you lire
Bilious, have sallow complexion, poor appe
tite, low and depressed spirits, and generally
debilitated , do not delay a moment, but
go at once and procure a bottle of those
wonderful Electric Bitters, whicn never fail
to cure, and that for tho trifling sum of fif
ty ceiits. Tribune. Sold by Harry W.
Irynuc'dl on your druggist for "Dr.
Sellers' Couiih Syrup," wo pledge iminedi
te relief aud cure ou short notice.
"Haokmktack," a lasting and fragrant
perfuivc. Price 25 anil SO cents.
The proprietors of Ely' Cream Balm do
not claim it to be a cure-al', but u sure
remedy for Catanh, Colds in the head and
Hay Fever. Price, 50 cell's. Apply into
nriHtrils with litMe tinr. ,
go to DcB iuii's, 50 Ohio levee.
Ik you have sc.ro uli, dou't fail to use
"I)'. Lindsey' Blood 8earr.hcr." S ld by
all druggists. It will cure you.
Dou't condemn a good thing b. cause
you liavo been deceived by wortlil.si nos
trums. Parker's Ginger Tonic has cured
many in thin unction of nervous disorders,
ami wo recommend it heaitily to sufferers.
Galvanized Scales lor Creameries, Dia
ries, Butter Dealers, and Grocers. Send
for circular. Howe Sculos Co., St. Louis
Mo. ( (l)
Hiving purcluuijij the I skeiy ot J.
Anthony, on Washington avenue between
0th and 10th streets, I prepared to offer to
the public at all times fresh bread, cskeB,
&c. of the best quality at the lowest prices
1o be found in tho city. Call nu t ace mo,
12 13 if Jacob Latneu.
Grand Opkha RuRtnurint opposite
Opera II jUmj up stair a, Hack entrance ou
7th street. Oysters in every style. 11 20 tf
The Wh. Aliia uaubkr-siiop is one of
the best appointed shops in the city; five
barbers all first-class workmen. Call at
this shop, . Commercial avenue utxt the
Opera llouw and get hair-cutting, sham
jwoniiitf anJ ilwrinj don in an artistic
mannur. ' ' :
Wanted A Bood house keeper. Ger
man preferred. Apply at this office lit.
A Good Restaurant.
If you want a cood meal call at Schoen
meicr's Restaurant cor. 10th st. and Wash
ing uve. Only 25 cts. for a regular meal
Hti I day boarding will find the best accoin
uiociation on reasonable terms.
12 27, 2ni.
Holiday Greetings that Pay.
During the past year the advertisement
ot r IcinmiUL' & Merriam. Commission Aler
chants, Chicago, has regularly appeared in
in our columns. This firm has just sent
out to their customers, in shape of holiday
greeting, the December profits, together
with a lull statement of their Fund W,
which has paid regularly monthly profits to
its patrons for tho past year, in tact, lor
tin; past twenty mouths. Fur those who de
siro email or medium speculative invest
meiits, this enterprising firm offer superior
facilities and liiducementi.
Having this day, Jan., 1883, sold my meat
shop on Commercial avenue near 80th st
to John Smith and John Hagpy. Parties
knowing themselves to bo indebted tome
will please call and settle tlmr accounts
Their bills may bo paid either to me or at
the shop. Ckahles Giliioper. 1 3 ot
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In theno commn. ton cent par line,
inch inrtlon and wht-thor marked or not, ircalca
1 tud to Toward any mill's buulneae Interest art)
always paid for.
Clias. Gilhofer has sold his up town
meat shop and has a notice to that effect
among business locals.
After prayer meeting in the Methodist
church to-night on election of officers for
the Sunday school will bo held.
Wanted A good cook. Apply to Mi?,
Burnett,No, 32 10th street. 3t.
Navigation has again closed botween
here and St. Louis. The Anchor line boats
are being stopped here. Ice is floating
quite heavily in tho Mississippi.
Johnny Tarr, boh of C ipt. Thomas Tarr,
won the beautiful candy house which orna
mcuted Mr. Phil Saup's show window dur
ing the holidays, and which was ra Hind off
Schoolchildren will rind Tue Bulle
tin scratch-books Nos. 2 nnd 3 tor sale at
Phil Satip's candy st.ire. tf
An army of collectors was out yester
day gatheriug iu money to settle up old
accounts. Most of them were very suc
cessful. Captain A, II. Ellingtou, late conduc
tor on tli'i Chicigo, St. Louis and New Or
leans road, h.i let) promoted to the posi
tion of train master for this division of the
line, with headquarters at Jacksou, Tenn.
The'chango took effect Jan. 1st.
The Ella Kiuibrough leaves here daily,
except Saturdays, at 4 o'clock p. in. for
Cape Girardeau. tf
A letter received yesterday from Hon.
Harmon Black, who is away for his health,
states that hois much improved since his
absence aud expects to return almost if not
The fine silk quilt made by an old
widow lady, and ou which Mr. John Gates
Ins been selling chances for some time,
will be rain.;d off at Mr. Gates' Saloon
SitunUy night about 8:30 o'clock. Per
sons holding chances will please nto this
A negro asked for a cigar in tho bar of
Mr. D in. Fitzgerald on Ohio levee, Mon
day, The bar-keeper set tho box before
him ami turned to wait on soma ouo else.
When he turned back again to receive pay
for the cigar the negro and the box of ci
gars were gono out of sight" '
Mr. John Beecher, an old and well
known citizen, died at his residence on
Thirteenth street yesterday morning about
3 o'clock. Ho was about fifty years old.
lie hud been in leeble health for a long
time and been confined to his bed for some
weeks. The timo of his fuueral had not
been announced last night.
Prof. Audress gave an exhibition with
two of bis trained birds, at tho corner of
Eighth street nnd Commercial avenue yes
terday afternoon, which wa9 witnessed
with interest by a large crowd. A rope
had been stretched from corner to corner
and ono birl shoved a wheel barrow, with
a bird upon a trapeze underneath, across.
A present that could uot be
excelled for general usefulness is displayed
at Coleman's book store in shape of a
'Silent" New Homo Sewing Machiue, with
all attachments; price at factory, $55.00
aud Colemau only asks $15 for it. Cull
and see it. . 3t.
-Mr. I). J. Voorhis, for some years em
ployed in tho office of Baruum's hotel,
St. Louis, has takeu a position iu the office
of Tho Ilalliday, this city, sinco'Junuury 1st.
1 wo new bar-keepers have also been em
ployed iu The II illiday bar Binco tho date
named. They are Messrs. U. L. Tybais, of
Trenton, Tenn., and .lames Williams, of
Na livi'lo, Tenn. They are both gentle
men of experience at their business,.
About two dozen of thu friends of Miss
Bertiath, sister of Mr. Joseph Bernath, who
has beeu here for some weeks vluitinj her
brother, gave that young lady a surprise
party at tho resideneo of Mr. Joseph Wal
der.on Washington avenue, Monday night.
A string band mado fine music aud there
wis dancing and some feasting and much
merriment For fonr or five hours.
-"Tho "Pirates of Penzauco" by thu Fay
Templeton company at the Opera House
last night was witnessed by a fair audionce.
At at previous performances tho company
appeared to good advautago and played
thu jucco well throughout. The songs aud
choruses wcro nil splendidly rendered nnd
were always duly applauded. The disap
pointment which many felt that Little Fay
did not appear in the play was overcome
as tho performance progressed by the
admirable manner in which tho leading
parts were executed by othors.
Tho "Myths" will give their second
ball at "Tbo Ilalliday" next Thursday
Wo uro not quite sure whether "next Thurs
diiy night" means to-morrow night or a
week from to-morrow night, but as tho
invitations are not yet out and the "Myths"
are noyer bohiu l. hand we conclude and
will therefore say, tho hop will tako place
next Thursday night and will be ono of the
nicest of nice entertainments, to atteuci
which special costumes should bo provided
and all holders of invitations should add to
the success of the aff ur by gracing it with
One of thu feathers of legi stration in
Washington which is funuyor not, accord
ing as ono is minded to look at it, is the
spectacle of a congressional committeo lis
tening to an argument on a question of
hydraulic engineering by old John Cow-
den, who has never ia his life had charge
of any kind or description of hydraulic or
other engineering; who Iiu9 never done the
least pieco of engineering woik, and who
would not know how even to build a mill-
dam. This is tho fuuny uspect of it. Tho
serious aspect comes in tho fact that Cow-
den has a private speculation which will bo
helped by tapping tho Mississippi and
Irawing off the water from the jetty chau-
nel. I Post Dispatch.
The followiug very nice, and we know
very well deserved, compliment to Miss
Annio Pitchor, ouo of Cairo's sweetest sin
gers, appears in tho Paducah News of
Monday: "Miss Annie Pitcher, of Cairo,
sister of Dr. Pitcher of this city, kinlly
gave her valuable assistance to tl.o choir
at tho Episcopal church yesterday, and aid
ed greatly in bringing out the beauty and
power of the grind old chants of the
church. Her singiug was much eni yed
and admired, an 1 m iny' praises aro given
to her lovely ami highly cultivated voice,
as well as to her kind and obliging disjiosi.
tiou which so pleased and gratified the
congregation She will be at tho meeting
of the Guild, at Mr. Rabb's to-nigh', nnd
all who attend will have the opportunity of
enjoying her charming music."
Mr.JVank Mordaunt will appear in his
great character Capt. Marline Weathergage
in tho splendid comedy drama, written ex
pressly for him by R. G. Morris, of B tston,
entitled ''Old Shipmates" a id we have
every reason to believo from press reports
and from tlioe who have witnepsed it, that
it is one of the prettiest dramas, on the
staue. Mr. Mordaunt will be remembered
byCairoitea as "M j or Britt" id Aldrich
and Parsloes' My Partner, and his perfect
success in thst first rate character is suffi
cient to induce a large attendance upon his
first appearance here in his new venture.
We woul l also state that the lady who ns
sumes the role of "Hatt'e." the daughter of
the old captain, is said to bo the handsom
est lady upon the American or English
stage to day. Tickets will bo ou Bale at
Buder's Thursday morning. Prices 75, J50
and 25. It-served seats lucluded.
Last evening about 5 o'clock two ueg
rots Horace Derby and John Ilervey, two
down town boarding houso runners, got in
to a quarrel at the Uuion depot about some
passengers whom each was trying to take
to "his" house. Harsh words led to a phys
ical scramble m which Derboy medaknife
on Hervey's head, cutting him a long gash
down the left side just buck of tho eye.
Hervey went to hive his
wound dressed by Dr. Parker,
and Bent anothor negro to swear out a war
rant for his assailant's arrest, charging him
with assault with a deadly weapon with in
tent to do bodily injury. Thu examination
will probably be hid before Justico
Robinson this morning Hervey's wound is
not serious; but it might just ai easily
have beeu fatal.
A white woman nar.ied Ellen Casidy
camo to tho St. James hotel, at the corner
of Eighth and Ohio levee, Monday and
nuked Mr. Gazz A i if ''this" was "a board
ing house." "Yes," said Mr. G. "Well,"
said the womau "I want a room and board
for two." "Haven't any rooms," said Mr.
Gazzobi, at which tho woman turned upon
him with the manner nnd expression of a
maddened tigress and' shrieked in a not
over-melodec-us voice, "You've got ah 1 of
a boarding house! No room? Hm."
Hereupon Mr. Gazzola, politely but firmly
requested the Bweet creature to leave,
which sho refused to do without somo as
sistance from Mr. Gazzila, which was
promptly rendered. Finding herself out
doors Ellen became frenzied and swore
liko a bearded mau a trooper; and not
Batistiod with hurling vilo epithets at tho
proprietor of the St. James, she hurled a
big brick through ono of the glasj-doors,
breaking the glass into smithereens. Che
was arres'ed and jailed until yesterday
morning, wheu sho was brought before
Magistrate Comings and fined one dollar
and costs for drunkenness to which she
plead guilty. She told a pitiful story, say
ing that sho had a poor, crippled husband
to support; that she mado her little money
by selling various littlo articles, but that
some one gave her a drink which "k(uder
upsot" hur. Sho paid the fine out of
fourteen or fifteen dollars she had and then
left. Thus endeth the first lesson. Shortly
afterwards a stump logged man camo iuto
tho Magistrate's court room, and at once
began a fierce tirado agaiust tbo court for
Cuing his wife; tho money sho had paid
with was his own, he eaid, and he woul
havo it back or "clean out" tho establish
ment. He was a powerfully built man and
when, alter having told him
that ho could not get his money
back and lie refused to loavo or
bo quiet, the court sought to put him out
he resisted, attacked tho court with a ven
geanco and would probably have Bnatchec
tho court bald-headed if Timo had not
been there before him and if two officers
had not interfered. By tho combined
efforts of the officers and the court ho was
finally put out of the court, while ho
struggled violently with his powerful arms,
kicked like a tnuie, with his stump legs
and cursed eloquently. And thus endth
. .1 i .
tnc sccoud lesson, anu it was a severe one
for the court.
The trustee of the New York Metro
politun Museum of Art, in explaining the
falling off in attendance ot the class do
signed to teacByoung women decorative art
for self-support, said: "Putin a nut shell,
tho whole troublo isthis: Our experience
has taught us that the young women who
entered the class were in too great a hurry
to make money; they expected to be coach
ed at once into a stale of affluent re
nium ration. Anybody can easily learn a
smattering of anything, but there is no
royal road to thorough knowledge. To
design well, to execute art-work that is ar
tistic, a protracted drill in elementary
principles -particularly iu tho principles
of drawing is indespensable. As soon as
we began to teach them draw
ing they wero impatient to get into color
ing. As soon as we began to show them
iow to make money tbey were so eager to
be making it as to spurn the necessary pre-
requisits thereto. This has been our diffi
culty, aud it is ono that cannot be over
come until young women who aspiro to
support themselves by art consent to make
themselves at least respectable draughts
men." How unreasonable! How can any
woman become a "draughtsman ?"'
Georoe W. Walling, Esq.. Sunt.
lork Police, indorses the action
Tho New York Sua of Sunday last
thus describes some of the costumes worn
ht the last Patriarch's ball in that city:
Lady Mandeville aud Mrs' W. II. Vandcr-
bilt were dressed exactly a like iu cos
tumes of yellow satin, with trimmings of
buttercups and diamond ornaments. They
were both at their very best, and were nur-
rounded by fneuds and admires during the
ntire evening. Mrs. Ogden Goelot wore
blue tulle of a new and peculiar shapo, the
lonnings of which were held ia place, not
by flowers and ribbons, but by large dia
mond buckles. One of the richest and
most costly dresses in the room was that of
Mrs. Frederick Neilson, which was of
white eutiu, masied with pearls, and with a
high Elizabethan col'sr thickly embroi Jer
eJ with the same kind of beads standing
up from the low-cut coisagc. Mrs. Neilson
wore round her neck the strings of oriental
pearls which she inherited from her grand
mother, any ono of which is a small fortune
initR'jIf. Her bouquets were mauy, and of
euormoui siz j. The moat original, if not
the most beautiful, among them was made
up entirely of crecu ivy, upon each leaf of
which sparkled an iridescent beetle. Mrs.
Luckmeyer wore a a court train of embroid
ered pium-colored satin. A velvet bodice
of handsome diamond ornaments completed
the costume. -
Apredicame.vt. 2 o'clock in the morn
ing, sleet on the sidewalk, baby got the
croup, aud no Dr. Bull's CjuIi Syrup in
The regular meeting of the Woman's
Club and Library Association will take
place to-day at tho library room. The
meeting of the board of trustees convenes
a: two o'clock; the association meeting
at threo o'clock. Tho literary exercises,
to which the public is invited begiu at
halfpast three o'clock and will include two
interesting lectures, from a course upon
Hygiene by Dr. Allen, of Vassar College,
reported in short hand rind written ' out by
one of tho young ladies of Cairo, now in
that institution. The papers will bo fully
CAIRO'S WALL OF STONE.
There is probably not one in a hundred
of the people of Cairo who has taken tho
trouble to make a personal examination of
tho work dono within the past few mouths
on tho Mississippi sido of the city, in tbo
way of levee and river improvement. From
time to time they have been informed that
the work on the leveo was in progrcs, and
this has satisfied them. But they could
not obtain an adequate idea of tho work
done, even from an elaborate description;
only sight would da this. But tho impor
tance of the work done deserves a more ex
tended notice than it has rocoivod in theso
column?, in order that the outside world
nmy bo informed as well as it may be of
what has transpired to place Cairo beyond
all danger from the Mississippi's waves,
current and flood.
The work dono by directiou of Col. Tay
lor has received some extended comment
and eulogy, which it well deserved. It is
of a character and extent that will render
Cairo entirely safe against the cutting,
" CAIKO OPJB3RA ILQUBK.
THE OPERATIC EVENT OK THE SEASON I
Ono ISTight Only! ,
OF THE FAMOUS
C. D. HESS' ACME 0PEUA COMPANY.
60 Artists, Choristers and Musioiaiia GO
INCLUDING THE CELEBRATED LYRIC STABS, .
ROSE LEIGHTON and
Tiuano UW 8T' QUINTEN.
JAMES G. PEAKES,
ARTHUR W. TAMS,
JAMES II., JONES and'
HENRY C. PEAKES.
M02STDA.Y, January 8th, 1883,
Will bo presented tho Grand Opera,
Caste to tho full strength of the Company.
W. E. TAYLOR, - - - Musical Director.
Notwithstanding tho great importance mid txpense of this engagement, too following
very moderate scale of prices in announced: Parquelte and Paiquette Circles $1 5
Dress Circle, $1.00; Gallery, 50 cents. Heats lor sale at Buder's Jewelry Store on
Friday morning, Junuary 5th, 1883.
changing current of the river, which proved
so destructive to tho old leveo several
years ago, and which is tho chief causo
of trouble all along the river's bauks.
Tho theory which tho Col. has
put to practice in this work is
ono which tie lias entertained lor
many years, and which, wherever he
carried it out iu former jear., proved suc
cessful in controlling the action of the
river. Stone revetment of tho bank,
stone dykes and reed mattresses are what
he has employed in c irrying out his theory ;
and by a judicious mo of thece he has
changed the current of the river time and
again, throwing it away from the. shoro
which it was rapidly devouring, and, moil
mportant of all, causing it to repair the
damage it had itself done, by depositing
its sediment in large quantities where it
lad formerly cut away great nia.es
every moment.- Col. Taylor is probably
the inventor of the reed mattresses as a
meaDS of preventing abrauion. Away back
as far as 1857 he had several of them
placed at mints in the Mississippi river
where tho current was cutting away the
shore, an'l they had the desired
effect and remain there to (his
dsy, doing their work as
well as ever; and these wero probably the
first mattresses ever used in river improve
ment iu this couotiy. At other poins mat
tresses alone were not sufficient, for the
cuttiug was being dono by a deep under
current against a perpendicular bank,
which had to be- managed in some other
wny. At these points he employed oykes
and sunk barges of rock. At one point he
Bunk two barges and a steumboat hull,
each ou top of the other, and alt went out
of sight almost out of reach. The
dykeB extending at an irregular undo into
the river and, boing built above the point
intended to be protected, would throw the
current away from tho shoro ; the sunkeir
rock would mako a foundation tor mattress
es, or for a stono revetment; and dykes
running parallel with the shore and somo
distance away from it, would compel tho
deposit of silt in the deep places between
them and the store and catwethem to be en
tirely filled up. This lsan imperfect discrip-
tion of the manner in which tho Col. has
eucceeded in managing the treacherous cur
rent of the rivor, but it will probably
servo to give the reader some i lea of it.
That the plan has proved successful, even
to the realization of the highest hopes of
Col. Taylor, is not open to dispute and is
proof positive that tin Col's, idea of river
improvement is the correct one.
But what interests us most right now is
tho great amount of work done recently
in accordance with this plau, and which,
being rinis ed, encloses tho Mississppi sido
of the city practically with a wall of stone,
against which the meanest river in the
world, perhaps, will exert its destructive
powers in vain. For six weeks during
October und November ti large force of
men was kept almost constantly employed
under the imm tdiate direction of Mr. Win.
McIIale, repairing old dykes aud old rev
etments and laying foundations for and
building now ones. Barge-load nftor barge
load of rock was brought down tjio Ohio
river nnd towed around to the Mississippi
sido of tho city, and. thero put in place.
Each rock was carefully laid upon tho
other and littlo by littlo a etono wall was
built from the water to the top of tho
leveo, completely hiding the crumbling
bank from view and curtainly protecting
it from any possible washing by tho river.
ThiB work begins whero the government
work stopped, somo distance above the
Cross leveo, and extends for a distance of
throe quarters of a mile down stream, to a
point whero the current of tho rivor leaves
this Bide and shoots over to Mis
souri. This revetment is in aomo
places thirty or forty foot high aud is low
er as the bank is lowor. Besides this eight
or ten dykes havo been built at points and
indifferent positions, so as to servo, cither
to chango the curreut, or to create deposits,
or both. About thrco thousaud yards ot
rook was used in this work and no doubt,
many thousand dollars were expended. At
one or -two place, in ord tr to create a
foundation lor the revetment, strong bags
wero tilled with earth and wero piled in
regular order. At the extreme lower end of
the work tho reietineut was finished up
with bugs, becauso the Ohio river had got
ten too low to procure lock. These bags
will be removed in spring bo and replaced
This work, being n continuation of tho
very substantial work done by the govern
ment at an txpense of about a hundred
thousand dollars, and which extends for
about two and a half id i lei up the river
from a point near Thirty-iourth street,
makes n cotuinuom wall of ttone along the
IllinoiH shore of three nm a quarter miles
in length an 1 is a very formidable looking
fortification. Citizens should muke it a
point to visit the cent- of these interesting
operations, satisi'y themselves that now all
is entirely bale and then put a quitous
upon auy who would arouse their fears for
next rprings expected r ise.
i- The co partnership heretofore existing
under the flan name of Jno. E. Henderson
St Co., to this day dissolved by mutual con
sent. Jewu Hinklefc Co., will pay all
outstanding bills of tho late tirni and col
lect, all accounts due.
John E. Hksdkkson,
January U, 1883.
Notice ia l!il coliuuti tiiree llin-t or um ;5centt
unuliuvrtlon or 1.00 n r week.
eALK Tlie Aubvrry projicrtv, corner 2id
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Warranty nd Warranty lk-cdi al liiu Bulletin
J ot) oQke TS Oh io Lvveu .
CAIRO OPBRA 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 tho Newspapers say;
Thorn aru ia It corlaln tuucLun of manho xl and
womanhood Hint nevor appeal In vain to humus
lym pitili Ids- N. V. Herald, (quoted.)
Ono of I ho bret outcrtiiln uoiitJ Idle ernicou.
N. Y, Sun. '
Tlio nut hor la to bo connrnl itlntnd ou IiImiicci.
N. Y. Htnr.
It. wim rucolvuit with noii-y dciuotiHtratioiia uf
approval. N. Y. 1'oat.
Old (jhlpmatti adocldi'd meet. K. Y. Truth.
It laonuof. thu good old drama, N. Y. Tlnioa.
X)eatlofld to enjoy a loutf and M-oaporotia carour.
Decidedly thu brat oilnlmd drama ou tho New
York taKu.-N Y. Spirit of Tim a.
A atago picture toucuud by lite hnmh of a niaater
and ouo tlut will ovor llvo In tho g ilaxy f Ameri
can dramatic pnrtrailg.-N. Y. Dully Nw-
Mr. Mordaunt ouo of tho bunt actor on tho
American ataso -S V. Chronicle.
Maguiflcent Scenery and Mechanical
Effects including tho
GREAT SHIP SCENE!
AdmlMlon a. SO and ft centa. No extra charge
for reserved ooate No bantu admitted under any
?iretenae wbatnvur. Kcnerved ion). at Bnder't
It, B0 and 25 cent.