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THE DAIliY CAIRO . BULLETIN s FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 5. 13
TIES. DAILY BULLETIN
OKPICK: NU 7tt OHIO LEVKK.
KNTKHEU AT TUB CAIHO rOSTOWCK FOll
TKANSMISSIOM TU HOUGH THE MAILS AT SEC
OND CUBS BATES.
0TU)1 PAPKR VP CITY AND COTJMTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
utir '.11 trtia column. ott;til r.-nt pr Hue for
lrtnd are cent per line eM.hiuloqunl tmor-
ma wnek. StconU per line. I'or one
tr onto. 6) cent per lino.
60c per Can,
Extra Selects, at DeBaun's.
ia market at DeBauu'i 50 Ohio levee.
Ladies Rjstaurant opposite Opera
fTA.ian Ou Botto nroDrietor. 11-26 tf
50c. per Can,
Extra Selects, at DeBaun's.
Fou Oysters in any stylo go the Grand
Opera Restaurant Entrances on Commer
cial and 7th street, n-sjo u
New Blacksmith Shop.
A now horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers oa Tenth street. All
manner of blacksmitbing and wagon work
aonc to oruer. iwp unng wor
. . . .. .. ... . i. - :.ii
at DoBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
"Hackmktack," a lasting and franrant
perfutre. Price 25 and 50 cents. 13
go to DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
That Hackiug Cough can bo so quickly
cured by Bhiloti s Cure. Wo guarantee it.
PaulG. Schuh, agout. (1)
Free ot Cost.
Au persons mining u.
L'reat remedy ono that will positively
wishing to test
a great remedy ono that will positively
cure ConsumDtion. Coughs. Colds. Asthma,
Bronchitis, or any affection ot the Juroat
and Lungs are requeBtoU to call at narry
W.BCnun s arug s ore ana get . . uui-
tie 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)
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will crre you, FREE
n n .rvnn I I . . . i 11 n f tniii n rl ii im n n I
aiscoverou oy minister in ouum America, i
i- ... a ii. i ; I
renu a sen-aauresscu enveioi m uie nev.
Joseph T. In man, Station I)., New York
The U. S. government are using large
numbers of the Improved Howe Scales.
Borden, Selleck & Co., agents, St. Louis,
Galvanized ScaleB tor Creameries, Dia
ries, Butter Dealers, and Orocers. Seud
forcircular. Howe Scales Co., St. Louis
Grand Opeiia Restaur tut ' opposite
Opera Hme up stairs, Buck Miiianco on
7th street. Oysters in every style. 11-20 tf
The Wm. Alba iiahbeb-shi'I' is one of
the best appointed shops in the city; five
barbers all first-cliss woikiiuui. t'uil at
this shop, Couiiuorcwl nveuuu next the
Opera IIouso and not hair-cuttim?, sliam-
pooning an 1 shaving done in an artisiic
Receipt btKiks, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured aid for sale at tho Cairo Bulletin
Fortunes for Farmers and Mechanics
ThniiitnnilH nt' (inllurii run Iih uavim) Iiv im.
ing proper judgment in taking caio of the of;liaml ,rick au 1 logordomain and veil
health of yourself and family. If you aro trilloquism, Prof. Andrew can have no su-
Bilioiin, have sallow romplvxiot), poor h ppo
tite, low Hnd depressed spirits, and generally
debilitated , do not delay h moment, but
go at once and procure a bottle of those
woudeiful Electric Bitters, which never fail
to cure, and that for the trifling sum of lit'
ty cents Tribune. Sold by Harry W.
8chuh. - ' . (1)
V anted A good house-keeper. Ger
man preferred. Apply at this office 3r.
Will you tjulfer with Dyspepsia and Livei
Complaint! Blnlob Vitalizer U guaran
teed to cur.. Paul O. Schuh, agent. (2)
Having purchased the bakery ot J.
Anthony, on Washington avenue between
0th and lOlli streula, I prepared to offer to
the public at all times frosli bread, cakes,
&c. of the best quality at the lowest prices
lo be found id tho city. Call and sen me.
1218-tf Jacob Latnku.
A Gool Kestauraut.
If you wauta g.vvl meal call atSchoen
meyor's Restaurant cor. 10th st. and Wash
ing ave. Only 25 cis. fur a regular meal,
and day boarding will find tha best accom
modation on reasonable terms.
Having this day, Jan. 1 MM, rented my meat
shop on Commercial avenue near 20th st.
to John Snnth and John Hauey, parties
knowing themselves to be indebted o me
will please call aud settle thuir accounts.
Their bills may be paid cithrr to me or at
the shop. ClIAHLKS UlLHoXKK. 1 3 lit
Speek's Port Grape Wine tor weakly per
ouB.Tliis excellent product of the grape
M prescribed and used bv the leadlmr nhv.
nicians in tho country, when aireneroua and
nourishing wine ia dmdmble; cepicUlly for
female, aged person snd iimsuniptlve;
ami oy cuurcne ror communiou, Huu
dred of New York physicians havo viaited
Bpeer Vineyard aud wmu cellars, but
twelve mile distant from New Yoik. aud
pronounced hi wine pure and utuxcolted.
ror sale by Paul O. Schuh.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices la tha.a eoinmni. ten MllU Dor line
mcb innrtlon tad whether niBricea or not, tr cmr.u
Uted to foward tnv ratu'f builnof t Intvrc-st re
Mr. Gcorce Farnsworlh became the
happy father of a teu pouud buy Wednci
An interesting social gathering took
place at the residence of Judge D. J. Maker
Wanted A good cook. Apply to Mrs.
Buruott,No. 33 10th street. 3t.
Prof. 0. S. Fowler lectured to a fair
audience at Reform hall last night. The
lecture was very highly spoken of by those
who hear! it.
Yesterday was the tweutietb adver
sary of the wedding of Dr. C. W. aud
Mrs. Dunning, and it was observed in a
quiet but none the les pleasaut wny.
Schoolchildren will rind The Bullk-
tin scratch-books Nos. 2 and 3 lor sale at
Phil rfaup's candy store. tf
Mr. Henry Breihan with his niece and
daughter left a few clays ago for Germany,
his old home, where ho will make a visist
of a mouth or two.
The city council will hold an adjourn
ed meeting to-morrow night. Last Tues
day, the regular meeting night, only Cve
tnmbers wera prcgeut ,,, thuy af1j0UrDed
over until to-morrow.
-The rafllo for one W. C. Scott & Son's
breech-loading shot-gun will come oft' at If.
Walker's saloon this evening between
G and 8 o'clock. Parties holding tickets
should be present. 2t
-Mr. Joseph Steagala drew a twenty
dollar set of china ware at Prof. Audress'
exhibition Wednesday night. Last night
the capital prize was $20. At this writing
we havo rot learned who drew the money.
An item from the Paducah News pub
lishnd in Rnn.lnv'a Vtr-i.ttf-rrv. stutml tlmr
Mr. Liocgar had been in that city taking
, ... '
aepo;tioua in caseot the Alexander county
unite against Joun sinnott ami ottiers
xi,e News was in error so far ns the Bank
. coucrneJ. The suits is of Maior Jesse
Ilinkle against John Slunott and others.
The amouut iovolvod id $25,000.
A present th.it 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,
asks $15 for it.
It will pay you to attend the "Old
Shipmates" entertainment Saturday even
ing if only to see a lady who far cxcells
Lnngtry in point of beauty snd grace, and
who is pronounced by William Winter, dra
matic editor New York Tribune, to be the
handsomest lady on the stage. Buder is
rapidly disposing of resmved scats at 75,
50, and 25 cents.
Chief Meyers aud officer Martin vii-
' ' "ill Uray yesterday attertioou and
found him as stated iu an item elsewhere.
Xlll,y pr,,vi(iel him with something to eat
and a colored woman to wait upon him,
aud notified Dr. Wood o!' the case, who will
probably give him what medical attention
ho may need during his illness which, it is
believed, will prove fatal in a day or two.
Another good audienco gathered at
Hartniau's hall last night to witness the
performance given thero by Trof. Andresj.
fbe antics of the trained birds were the
principal feature of the entertainment, and
to see these nlouu would havo been worth
tho price ot udmissio i. As to tho sleight-
pcrior and probably has hut few equals.
An old uegro named Bill Gray, well
known by all old citizens of Cairo, has
been lving iu a suull hut in the barracks
for a week or teu das in a sick and de
plorably destitute condition. All alone,
without relatives or very demonstrative
fiiends among his own kind.he has suffered
lack of attendance, and necessaries of lifa.
His carto was brought to tho notico of tho
city authorities yesterday who will probab
ly give bis case ueedud attention.
Yesterday a truin load of rails and
tic was brought in tin the Wabash road,
which are to be ued in laying tracks
around tho Mississippi sido of the city,
Tho tracks will connect with those now in
use iu tho lower portion of the city and
will extend up In a circular form con
necting with the Commercial-avenue tracks
just below the Cross levee. Tho company's
surveyor finished his work of laying out its
right of-way there yesterday afternoon.
A largo number of Republican organs
continue the cry "all uuuoedcd taxation
should bo abolished," but the only taxation
they want abolished ia the internal. They
BBsert that it is necessary to keep up the
tariff of 1804, which was devised chiefly
for the beiiellt of certain manufacturing
llrms iu the United States by wrenching a
billion of dollars out of tho pockets of
American consumers. Taxation for the
benefit of a few individuals Is uot needed
by tho govurnmeutceitaiuly.
BloomingtoH Bulletin. "Wo find tho
following In an exchange. If It work as
stated, our lady readurs will thank us for
printing it: Every woman who has been
obliged to spend half a day several times
during the winter cleaulng tho mica iu her
coal stove, usually by taking them out and
waahlug thorn in soapsuds, will rejoice to
know that there Is a much easier way to
clean them, and that there is no need to
take them out or to let the flro biun very
low in order to do it buccesstully. Take
littlu vinegar and water and wash tho mica
softly with a soft cloth; the aoid removes
all staiu, and if a littlo pains is taken to
throughly clean tho corners and wipe
them dry, the mica will look as good ns
now. If the ttove is very hot tie tbo cloth
to a stick and so escape tho danger of burn
Jng your hand."
The ball of tho "Myths" at The Halli
day last night was na nice an affair of the
kind as has been given in tho city. About
thirty couples of the fashionable peopl
"i uie city were there and made a very
brilliuut and a very gay littlo assemblage
Tho company gatherod in tho parlors of
the hotel first, and about nine o'clocl
marched down in pairs into the largo din
ing-room, where Prof. Storer's excclleut
bind made sweet music. Dancing begau
Boon after nine and continued until about
-Three negroes, uamod Richard Hud
son, Henry Blackman aud Wm. H. BUck-
man were each fined fivo dollars and costs
yesterday by Migistrate Comings
for fighting. The disturbance took
place near tha comer of tLir-
teenth ai l Poplar Sire-it., and ouo of
the intereslinn features of it was the break
ing of a section ot a cast-iron stove over
Hudson b head. Hudson was the com
plainant, but the evidence showed that ho
was just as gnilty as the others and he was
fined with the rett.
Poor Brother Potter! Our fraternal
heart goes out to him in pity. His appli-
cnuon 10 me unuois central road lor a pass
has been answered with ao insult iu the
the form of a demand for his photo
craph which was to bo perr.ia'ieutly
affixed to the pa-H so that the conductor
miht see that the'pass when offered had not
been transferred. H) tells all about tho
matter in last evening's Argus aud we reid
the item with fee!in :s of mingled indigna
tion and commiseration in our bosom aud
with great briny drops in our eyes. Brother
Potter i-t right. We indorse very word he
said. We may li (id ourselfiu u like fix
Prof. O. S. Fowler, now nearly 4 store
years old and 53 years before the public
as a phrooobgicil author, lecturer and ex
aminer, is p'iy:ng our city a rather flying
visit. He opens a course ot 3 lectures at
Temperance hall, (the only available one to
bo had on so short notice, but though small
h neat and attractive), the fir takes place
this cvenfng at 8 p. m. and will be fhke.
A. part of the seats will be resirvrd at 15
cts.each. Subjects of tho following lect
ures will bo announced in our daily col
umns. Each lecture to close with rvisLic
test examinations of some person selected
from the nucience. Ho stops at 'Ihe Ilalli
day, where he will tell persons all about
themselves from tho shape of their heads,
and to what they aro beat fitted to succeed
in life. it
Yesterday afternoou's weather report
showed only slight changes in tho state of
the thermometer iu the section of country
included in tliiu circuit. At Binnark, the
temperature was still 3 degrees below
zero, at Yaui.tou, 2 below; Ht Omaha, 0
above; at St. Paul, 1 above; at Li Crosse,
2; at Nor:h Platte, 13; Dubuque, 14;
Loaveuworth, 17. Heavy huow was repor
ted from Kejkuk and Dabuquc; light
snow from Davenport, Dodgo city, L
Crosse, Leavenworth, Omaha; sleet from
Cincinnati and St. L-mii, and rain from
Cairo, Chattanooga, Louisville, Memphis,
Nashville, North Platte, Pittsburg, Vicks
burg and Yankton. At Cairo the
tliortuoiueter stood st 33 above,
liaviug risen 3 degrees during tho pre
vious twenty-four hours. Tho rain fall
until 2 o'clock p. m. was .04 of an inch.
- List night the pew-renting sociable
was to havo beeu held in the Presbyterian
church; but for various reasons the affair
was deferred. Chief among tho reasons
was probably that the church is soon to be
newly furnished inside aud that it would
bo better to wait uutil atti-r this is done.
A new carpet which will cover tho entire
floor of the church is alreudy on hand. It
is a beautiful one; of the sumo design and
quality ss thut of oio the principal chur
ches in Chicago, This will not bo laid
down until tho new pens shall be h-.-io and
ready to be substituted for tho old. Sev
eral Kftinples ol pofts have been recve l from
manufacturer.', but none of them have met
the approbation of tho directory in every
way. Mr. Lsnsden will soon visit Chicago
aud will make it bu object to select from
tho many largo and varied storks there
a pattern that will meet all requirement.
This work of improvement will bo pushed
to as rapid a conclusion as possible, aud it
is probable that the pew-renting H eiablu
will not take place until this is accomplish
ed. When all the contemplated improve
ment shall bu finished, the church will be
Internally one of the most attractive in tho
Tho following from tho Paducah News
of Tuesday does not luad u to bulievo that
Paducah will bo so very reckless In its en
deavors to secure railroads! "Mayor Reed
received another letter to-day from Col.
Bunll, vlco-presidetit of Ihe Toledo, Texas
A Rio Grando railroad company, in which
that geullem tu iuquirc what decision has
been reached by tho people of Paducah
relative to his proposition to survey a lino
from Marion, Williamson county, III , to a
point on tbo Ohio river opposite this city.
Col. Buell states that the folk over there
are exceedingly anxiouB for a railroad con.
ncctiou with Paducah. He says the poo
pie of Marion have guaranteed 40 give
ngnt 01 way, grade, tio and bridge the
road to the Williamson county lino. Mayor
Reed will answer that, after a conversation
with many of tho leading citizens and bu
sinessmcn here, he does not think that tho
people of this city are willing to Htand the
expense of a preliminary survey. It is
regarded as .a benefit hardly tangible
enough to warrant tho expenditure of so
large a sum of money just now. The poo
pie 01 raaucau, lie says, when the time
conies, will be prompt enough to assist in
building the road, which they desiro as
much as their Illinois friends."
ltsterday Mr. Fisher, of St. Louis.
was in the city in search of soino jewelry
01 which he had been robbed by his bar
keeper some time ago. Tho thief had been
in his employ about fourteen months and
peemeo. 10 oe trustworthy. About two
j t . . . .
weeks ago he suffered with a sore neck and
Mr. Fisher told bi'm to lay off a while uu
til ho should recover, aud make himself at
home about the houso in tho meantime. He
watched his chance, took possession
ot jewelry and monev , which in
all amounted to about fifteen hundred dol
l ...J 1 .1 .
iars ana lerc ine city. Aoout tlie stmo
time another fellow stopping at a boarding
house across the way stole $2,300, in umn
ey from a guest there, and the guest, upon
discovtring bis loss, committed suicide.
The two sneak thieves arrived here at the
boginuingof last week and were hero all last
week. During his stay here, tho fellow
who got Mr. Fisher's property, pawned
some of the fine jewelry for comparatively
small sums and loft without redeeming it.
Where he went to we could not learn, but
ho was captured a day or two ago and is
no-v in jail at St. Liuia. Mr. Fisher is
ieie for the purpose of recovering the jew
elry in pawn hero. Tho other sneak tbief
who got the $3,300, has not beeu h-ard
from since leaving here.
-The report of the. Mississippi river
commission to congress gives a detailed ac
count of the progress of the surveys and
examinations from October 10th, 1881, to
:cmber 1st, 1893. Tho amouut expend
1 oy too commission in tnat time was
$90,234, and a like sum will bo required
for the rest of the fiscal year. The esti
mate of salaries and expenses for the next
fiscal year is put at $200,000. The com
mission labors under the disadvantage of
having to carry on work in only ono place
at a time, as there is a lack of plants, or
separate outfits, the appropriation not sl
owing their purchase. Of tho work for
the actual improvement of tho river now
in progress the commissioner makes a do-
tailed report and expresses the opinion that
there is uo doubt of the improvement of
the Mississippi below Des Moines. Tho
general plan followed is that of having re
course to light permeable structures erected
iu the river's bed, and designed, by check
ing the velocity of the current, to induce
deposits of sediment where it is proposed
to reclaim land. When this is done the
v,;r will have neirly a uniform width, the
tendency to form ehoals will disappear, and
tho evils of floods will bo largely decreased.
'I he principle," says the commission,
"herein- proposed of contracting the water
way to secure increased depth is in no
senso experiment d, but has been success
fully carried out in many streams in this
country and abroad." Trie financial ex
hibit shows that tho amouut appropriated
fr improving the Mississippi river, Au
gubt 2d, 1682, was $4,123,000. The amount
expanded to December 1st, was $1,785,000,
leaving a balance of $3,889,000, of which
it is estimated that $950,000 will bo on
hind at the close of the present fiscal
DEATH OF Wm. WOLFE.
This community was Ptartled yesterday
afternoon by the announcemeut
tint Mr. Wm. Wolfe, of
the old firm of C. O. Patier & Co., was
dead, and tho news was tor some hours the
abforbing topic of conversation on the
streets every whore in the city. Tho event
occurred a few minutes after two o'clock in
the afternoon, and was not at all expected
even by those who immediately surround
ed Mr. Wolfe. Though Mr. Wol'fo had
not been in robust healt 1 for some and had
of late been confined to his room and bed
peiiodically for a day or two at a time, he
was yet supposed to have years before hira
nnd was always very active in his business
when able to be up at all. His last illness,
which resulted In bis death yesterday,' came
upou him Iu tho form of chills about ten
da) a ago, but the immediate cause of death
Mr. Wolfe was born in Williamsport, Ta.,
and was over fifty years old. He camo west
some lime during the war,sorvod inthu army
wiih credit, aud just after the war ho came
to Cairo, settled hero in business with
Mr. C. O. Patier and has been with him
under the firm name of C. O. Patier & Co.
ever since, for seventeen years now. Mr.
Wolfe was a man of rare good qualities;
ho was active, concienscious, and poBossed
the best of judgements in all matters per
taining to the internal management of his
business; and tor these rmisons his death
is a severe blow not only to tho large estab
lishment with which he ha been so long
connected and which owes Its great success
largely to his efforts, but also to tho com
munnity of which he has been a valuablo
Funeral will lake place to morrow. Two
sisters and a brother living some distance
away have been telegraphed to sad may
CAIRO OPERA. I-IOUSK.
THE OPERATIC EVENT OF THE SEASON I
Ono ISTight Only!
GO Artists, Choristers and MusiciaiiH
INCLUDING THE CELEBRATED LYRIC STABS,
JAMES G. PEAKES,
. GEORGE APPLEBY,
ARTHUR W. TAMS, '
JAMES . 11. JONES
M03STDA.Y, January 8th, 1888,
Will bo presented the Grand Opera,
Caste to the full Btreogth of the Company.
W. E. TAYLOR, ' ' ' Musical Director.
Notwithstanding the great importance and expense of this tngatremmt, tno following
very moderate scale of prices is announced : Parquette and Parqu-tte Circles $125'
Dress Clrcl". $1.00; Gallery, 50 cents. Sea's lor sale at Bailer's Jewelry Store ou
Friday morning, January 5th, 1833.
BUSINESS MEN WANT
Commercial Job Printing in ood shape
and on good paper,
Letter Heads, I Irieh Linen and flat
Note Heads, j papers.
Envelopes of all kiuds,
Dray Tickets, ) perforated with round
Receipt Books, holo perforating
Check Books, l machine.
Full Sheet Posters,
Small Bills and Dodgers,
All op which will bs f.und at Tub
Bulletin Job Office, No. 73 Ohio Levee.
Sphinofield III,, Jan.. 3. Both houses
of the Thirty-third general assembly were
promptly called to order at 12 o'clock to
day, every member of both houses answer
ing to roll-call, the senate by Lieut. Gov.
Hamilton aud the house by. Secretary of
State Deuient, as provided by the consti
IN THE SENATE
Nothiuu but the administration of the oath
of office to the now senators Hnd the draw
ing of seats was accomplished. An at
tempt was made to effect the permanent
organization by tho election of Senator V.
Campbell of Cook president pro teui.,
the various clerks, sergeant-at-arms, etc.,
dictated by the Campbell caucus
ast night, from which seven Republican
senators bolted, but this wai defeated by
the same s-:ven senators voting with the
Democrats, showing a strength of 27 to 24,
aud after a Bharp skirmish tho permanent
organization was made the special order
for to-morrow at 11 o'clock, when the sen
ate adjourned until to-morrow at 10 s, in.
I.N THE U )tE,
Matters moved more smoothly. After roll
call, tho election of temporary officers pro
ceeded under the action of a resolution of
Mr." Collier of Ford.
Mr. Fuller of Boone placed Mr. Thom
as F. Mitchell of McLean in nomination,
as the Republican candidate, for tempor
ary speaker, and Mr Herringtou ot Ivano
nominated Mr. M. C Quiun of puoria as
the Democratic candidate.
The roll was called and Mr. Mitchell re
ceived 77 votes and Mr. Quinn 70, both can
didates exchanging the courtesey of voting
for one another. Mr. E. M. Haincsof Lake,
ndependent voted with the Democrats.
Mr. Mitchell was declared elected, and
after being conducted to Ihe speaker's
desk by Messrs. Nichols of Clinton, Bethea
ot Loo and Quiun of Peoria, said he felt
much complimented by this honor and
recognition; that this would be his fourth
term ae a member of this house and ho be-
ievod that thisjbody of intelligent gentle
men would quickly and economically
transact the people's business and go home.
Tho people of Illinyi were peculiarly fa
vored and hid every cause tor congratula
tion. Mr. Mitchell's speech was acceptable
for its brevity if nothing else.
GOOD LOTS FOR SALE.
Ou Railroad street below 6th, three lots
25 by 20 each, making 75 feet on Railroad
street and 20 feet deep. . For particulars
apply at Bulletin office.
There are 178 prisoners in the St. Louis
Oambetta's fuunral is postpoued to Sat
Tho garrisons of Paris and Marseilles are
under orders to attend Gambotta's funeral.
Murchautile failures for 1883 numbered
0,738, being about 1,150 more than in
Tho wife of Gov. Tabor of Colorado has
been granted a divorce aiid $250,000 Ali
mony. A mooting of pig-iron manufacturer
east of Tittsburg is to be held in Now York
The Western Unlou injuaction against
ROSE LEIGHTON nnd
LIZZIE ST. QUINTEN.
tho Mutual Union pooling arrangement is
Tho president and cabinet aud military
escort will attend the funeral of tho Ha
The rivers of Austria and Germany are
unprecedentlv high. Hundred or houses
have been washed away.
Efforts are making to v0 a judicial in
venation of the manner in which Gam
betta received his death wound.
The annusl report of tbo Missisippt river
commission was Tuesday transmitted to
tho senate by the secretary of wur.
The western iron association met Wed
nesday ut P.ttbbu.g and protected against
the reduction of the tariff ou tiu plate.
Three negroes undertook to dry out
some dynamite in Lexington, Ky." The
survivor saysthe other two men went up
with the stove.
Commissioner R,tuin estimates $30,090,
000 as the amount to be refunded n stocks
now iiu hand, In case of a reduction of
The consolidation of the Cincinnati Com
mercial and Gazette was effected with only
one change in tho working forces of the
IF YOU DO,
If you want to sell anything,
If you want to buy anything,
If you want to increase your busiuess,
If you want to hire anyone,
If you want a situation,
If you have a houe to rent,
If yon want to rent a bouse,
Advertice in The Cairo Bl'LI.etix.
N'otifoi In this column thrco Hue or U .".cant
ooelDiorilon orfl OJ pirweuk.
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A 11 US EMU NT.-
CAIRO OPERA II0USK.
Ono Night Only!
SATURDAY, JAN. 0.
The Popular Actor Mr.
ami his complete first-class
Dramatic Company, com
prised entirely of
NEW YORK FAVORITES.
In Robert G. Morns' Great American
What the Newspipers say:
Tbre art la It certain toucucf of in uilio l a art
wowfiliood that nev-ir rp)nl In valu to btimnu
lymimlhlos- N. Y. Hera'd, (quoluJ.)
Cn nf tbo tn-Kt eiitrtilii.iii)U this season.
The ant bur l to hecoiiraluliiioil on Miiucccm.
N. Y. Slnr.
If was received with unly rti'monnrfilonn of
approval. N. Y. Tout.
OH flhlpmatitt a decided num-m. N. Y. Truth.
It It out! of thKood old dnouan, N. Y. Times,
Xicntlmid to enjoy a lotitf ami iroitpuroii career.
'Docldodly tha host irlntnnl drama on tho New
York hUro.-N Y. Spirit of Tim b.
A ftago picture touched by tho hruth of a maiiliir
and ouo that will ovor live In the g .laxy of Amurl
can dramatic p.irtratU.-.V, Y. Dally News,
Mr. Morduimt one of the beat actors on tho
American ttago. S. P. Chronicle.
Mapillceiit Scenery and Mechanical
Effects includlnsr the
GREAT SHIP SCENE!
AdtnliMon 5. It) and tin cents. Nouxifachariro
for reforvod tuatt No babloi admitted under any
?rtDio whatever Krvcd eU at Bndir's
5, 60 and 2ft cents