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THE DAILY CAIRO RULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY G. m.
THE DULY BULLETIN
OkfiCK: M. 7H OHIO l.KVEK.
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TUAN8MIHSIOS TIIHOUOUTUB MAILS AT SKO
OND CLAB6 RATES.
omvuAL PAPKK OF CITY AND COUNTY
SPECIAL UH5A LITEMS.
Wolicen in mi column, eint cenli per Una for
f!rtand Ove oente per line each aurmuquent Inter
iou. Dor oim wwk, SOconte por lino, tor oue
n onto, 60 ceoti per line.
50c per Can,
Extra Selects, lit DeBaun'u.
in market at DcBauii'n 50 Ohio levee.
T.vlitfj RjsUuriint opposite Opera
House. Qua Bitto proprietor, 11-20 tf
60c. per Can,
Extra Selects, at DeB.iun'u.
Fok Ovsteus in any style the Grand
Oporiv R'Jbtaurant Eutrances on Commer
cial ami 7tli street. 11-20 tf
.New Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. I Powers oq Tenth street. All
manner of blacksmitbin and wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work doua promptly. tf
at DeBaun'ti, 50 Ohio levee.
"Hackmetack," a lasting and fragrant
pcrfutre. Price 25 and 50 cents. 18
P to DeBuun'a, 50 Ohio levco.
That Hacking Cough cau be eo quickly
cured by Slnloli's Cure. We guarantee it.
I'aulG. rtcliuh, ajerit. (1)
Free ot Cost.
All ptrsoim 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 arc requested to call at Harry
W. Scbuh'8 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)
If you have scrofula, don't fail to use
"Dr. Lindsey'a Blood Searcher." 8 ld by
all druggists. It will cure you.
Mothers should Kaow it.
Fretful babies cannot help disturbing
everybody, and mothers shoul l know how
soothing Parker's Ginger Tonic is. It stops
babieB aiiis, makes them healthy, relieves
their own anxiety and is safe to use. Jour
If you cull on your druggist for "Dr.
Suitors1 Cougu Syrup," we pledge immedi
ate relief aud cure on short notice.
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 cre you, fkee
OF chahok. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
Send a Bfcll-addreesod envelope to the Rev.
Joskph T. I.nman, Station I)., New York
The U. S. government are using largo
numbers of the Improved Howe Scales.
Borden, Selleck & Co., itgeuts. St. Louis,
Ualvanizad Scales tor Creameries, Dia
lies, Butter Djulers, aud Grocers. Send
for circular. Hjwe Scales Co., St. Louis
Gkav hairs often cause annoyance,
Pai ker's Hair Balsam prevents by restoring
the youthful color.
GitANi Oriiiu Ko3tuurant opposite
Opera II mo up stair, Buck entrance ou
7th street. Oysters itievory stylo. 11-20 tf
The Wm. Alba hakhek-mi"p isouoof
the heot appointed shops in the city; five
barbers all tirst-cU workmen. Cull at
this mL -p, (J.iinuwdtl aveiiuu next the
Opera H-iUm; and t:ct hair-cutting, sliam
j)'oiiin.: mi 1 s'mviiig done in an artistic
Receipt books, Cairo date line, peifora
It'd stub, suited to any business, luanufao
lured nnd for utile at the Cairn Bulletin
Fortune for Farmers uud Mechanic
Thousands of dollars can be saved by us
ing proper judgment in taking care of the
health of yourself and family. If you are
Kilious, have s dlow coruplexiou, poor appe
tite, low and depressed fpirits. and generally
debilitated , do not delay a moment, but
(jont'oncc and procure a bottle of those
wonderful Electric Bitters, which never fail
to cure, ami that for tbu trifling sum of lif
ty cents Tribune Sold by lUrry W.
good house keeper.
Apply at this ofllce
Will you suffur with Dyspepsiannd Liver
Cwmplaitit? Shiloh's Vitalizer is guaran
teed to cure. Paul (J. St Imli, agent. (2)
Punic Cod LiVKUOiMindo from selected
livers, on the scH-bliore, by Cmwvll, lla.arU
t Co, New York. It is nb.iulely purv
aud sweet. Patients who Ue ono taken
it prefer it to all others. Phyii:hi.B have
decided it superior to Htiy of the other oils
ClIAJTKl) HAKtm, FACK. IMVI'I.K't, and
rough skin, cured by using Juniper Tar
Soup, mdo by Caswell, Hazard A Co.
New York. (2)
I cheerfully add my testimony to (he
slue of Ely's Cream Balm as a specific in
tho casd of my sister, who has been serious
ly debilitated with Catarrh for tho past
eight years, having tried Im-rToctu illy other
remedies and several specialty doctors in
Boston. She improved at r iicu under this
discovery, and has gained her health and
bearing, which had been considered incur
able Robert W. Merrill, secrotary of the
Fbcrnis manufacturing company, Grand
Having purchased the bakery ot
Anthony, on Wastulngtoa avenue between
lltli and'lOtu streets, I prepared to offer to
the public at all times tresu bread, cakes
&c. of tho best quality at tho lowest prices
to bo found in tho city, Call and see me
12-12 tf Jacob Latner.
A Good Restaurant,
If you want a good meal call at Schoen
meyer's Restaurant cor. 10th st. and Wash
lug avq. Only 25 cts. for a regular meal
and day boarding will find the best accom
moilation on reasonable terms.
Havingtliisday,Jan. 1 1883, rented my meat
shoo on Commercial avenue near autlist
to John Smith and John Hagey, parties
knowinir themselves to bo indebted to mo
will please call aud settle tlnir accounts
Their bills may be paid either to nie or at
the shop. Ciiaklks Gilhofeh. 13 fit
Quees Oroax, $1.00 per
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In theee comrana, ten cents per line,
nch inaertion and wnihr marked or not, u eaicu
lited to toward any ran't bntluoM intiToat are
alweyapald fur. .
Tho j ul gaug did some noble work on
street crossings yesterday.
Stanislaus McQuasky was taken (o
Auna by Deputy Sheriff Morse on Thurs
day. WantedA good cook. Apply to Mrs.
Burnett.No. 83 10th street. 3t.
.Mr. II. S.irgcnt's shoe shop is now ou
Tenth street, near C. W. Wheeler's wood
Mrs. Edwards, of Kentucky, a sis
ter of Mr. Flowers, is visiting the latter in
this city Biuce yesterday.
Ice is still rtiuning heavily between
Cairo and St. Louis and navigation is ot
course closed to this point.
The Hibernian fire company will give
a social dance at its hall on Washington
avenue Thursday night, Jan. 11th. 5r.
There will bu Holy Cjuitnuuion at the
Presbyterian church Sunday miming and
preparatory services at the church 'o
night. The treasurer of North Caroliui reports
that f5S,820,000 of thetinsjcured debt has
been compromised for $2,000,000 jn four
per cent, bonds.
The caso of Mrs. Sebastian Herbert
for insanity, vvh.Ji was to have been tried
by Judge '.Robinson yesterday, was post-1
poued until to-day.
The city council held an adjourned
moeting lust night. The official record
of tho proceedings will be found in this
issue ou tho second pago.
Schoolchildren will u'nd Tub Bulle
tin scratch-books Nos. 2 and 3 tor sale at
Phil Saup's candy stare. tf
The son of Mr. Wm. M. Davidson
won the $20 prise at the performance of
Prof. Andress' at Hirtman's Hall Thurs
Miss Ada Thornton, daughter of our fel
low citizen, Mr. W. W. Thornton, is visiting
Miss Ella Armstrong since several days
ugo. She will stay several weeks.
On the 10th inst. Miss Addio Hayues
of Smitherland, Ky., sister of Mr. John
Ilaynes, ot this city, is to lie married to
Mr. Duvid Dunu, ex-sheriff of Livington
County Clerk Humm and Doputy
Mrs. Humm, are still bard at work on the
tax books, and they expect to turn them
over to tho collector much earlier this year
Mr. Jacob Kline has released Mr.
II. ,T. Grould from his contract to sink the
f(. ruier's artesian well, and Mr. Klino will
let the contract to somo else in time to
commerce work irgain next wetk.
Mr. John Goittiuger, steward of the
steamer Jay Gould, and Miss Mary Carbery
were united in marriage by JuIgo J. II.
Robinson at the houso of Mr. Leo Kleb on
Sixth Street yesterday afternoon.
The performances of Prof. Andress at
Hartman's Hall last night again create! a
sensatiou in the audience. Tho Prof, is
rapidly gaining the reputatiou of Iwlng
what ho does not profess to bo a real Spir
Upwards of one hundred of tho prom
incut Masons of tho State have already
signified their iutcuMon of being lurutievt
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, to at
tend the sessions of the board of Grand
Examiners of tho State, which will take
place at Masonic Hall on thRU days.
Thursday night an elec ion of officers
for tho Methodist Sunday-school was held
at the church and resulted m the election
of Mr. W. II. Oikley, superintendent; Mrs.
G. I). Williamson, assistant superintendent;
Mr. George Parsons, secretary and treasur
er, and Mr. W. L. Bristol, librarian.
A f resent that could not be
excelled for general usefulness is displayed
at Coleman's book ttoc in shapu of a
' Silent" New Homo Sewing Machiuu, with
all attachments; price at factory, $55.00
and Coleman only asks $15 for it. Call
and see it. 3t.
Tho Valley Clarion, of Chestor, asks
insinuatingly: "Did or did not the truly
good Dcacou Suitor ever levy political as
sessments on the employes of tho S. I. P.
a la Jay Hubbell, to tho tune rd $300, for
purely 'literary' purposes. V merely
want to know, you know,"
Some who witnessed tho performances
of Prof. Aodrcss at Hartman's hall Thurs
day night profess to believo firmly that the
fetes could bavo been accomplished only
by a supor-humnu agency. But the Pro
fessor makes no such claim. For ourself
wo must agreo with tho veidict that hi is
an expert at his art and huffloa all powers
On Thursday the St. Mary's Episcopal
Ladies' seminary at Knoxville, III., was de
stroyed by fire. Several students were in
jured but not fatally aud nearly all tho in
mates suffered losses of porsonal effects.
Tho Iojs op building and fixures is estima
ted at $230,000. The Institution is well
known here as a number of Cairo's young
ladies have been there or had friends
Warm weather Bnd heavy rains con
tinue to augment the floods on tho Rhine,
Danube, Saone and nil tho rivers that take
their rise in the Alps and Vosges moun
tains. Numbers of villages are inundated
an.t several large cities Bro threatened
Railway communications with Switzerland
aro interrupted in all directions.
-The startling discovery has been made
by M. Pasteur that the saliva of a persou
fasting is yenoinou?, as it contains parasites
which will inoculate. Breaking the fast
deprives the saliva of its poisonous quality,
bb the parasites are then taken into the
stomach with the food. The eminent bio-
igist gives for tho present, only tho fact,
and makes no attempt to explanation. .
- D.m't forjet that Frank Mordaunt
opens at the Opera II juso this evening in
"Old Shipmate!'," a beautiful se:i emiedy
Irama, which abounds in scenes of intenso
interest. Frank Mordaunt is a capital ac
tor, and has with him artists who are first-
class in every particular. Bider isseMing
reserved seat:! ut 73 and 50 cents.
-Brother Potter says b didn't. He
gays In? 1 has not been an applicant for the
photographic piss for a considerable period
back, aud wouldn't accept one," etc. All
ight. We'll take it all bick, but cauuot
help regretting that our sympathetic tesrs
and sweetness were all showered upon one
who nee led them not. "Bu" he contin-
ue., ''the publisher of TrtE Bulletin car
ried one up to rive d ys ag." The m in
nerof this t itciaent implies positive knowl
edge on the part of Maker thereof, and
that be is considerably batter informed
upon the subject than we are.
In Cincinnati one telephone subscri
ber said to another: ''If you can't Ulk
plainer than that, shyt up your d n tele
phone," upon which the telephone company
took out the instrument of "tho man what
a. 'tothcT." Thereupon the "man what
swore" brought suit to have his telephone
restored; two of the judges held that
"damn" is profana swearing, and one held
that itisnots'ich profano swearing as the
statute contemplates, hu 1 as to deprive
the d ucr of his privileges. But as the
majority rule, he could not get the tele
phono restored. It may be inconvenient to
do without the t-'b'phone, yet we are sure
tho man will have on great provocation to
Tin refusal of sit Republicans to vote
for the 'maihin"-mado candidate at the
temporary organization of the Illinois leg
islature was considered a trumpll for the
Democrats aud anti-machine Republicans,
and it prolonged, which uow seems likely,
will havo an important bearing on the sen
utorinl war which is to engross much of
the front end of this assembly. Tho anti
machine aud bolting Republicans are tiio
following scnatots: Clough, Maurer, White
and Ruber ol Cook, Rice of Ole, Snyder
of WhitcHi les and Whitney of Bureau.
Owing to the lateness of tho hour last
night when the bolt from tho Republican
caucus occurred, the names of the bolters
were incorrectly obtainod aud transmitted.
They are correct as given above.
Prof. O. S. Fowler, now ueaily 4 score
years old and 5 i years before the public
as a phrouologic il author, lecturer nul ex
aminer, is paying our city a rather Hying
visit. He opens a course ot 3 lecture. at
Temperance hall, (tho only available one to
bo hail on bo short notice, but though small
is neat and attractive), the firs takes place
this evening at 8 p. in. and will be KHtic.
A part of the Boats will be reserved at IS
cts. each. Subjects of tho following lect
ure. will be uuuouuced in our daily col
umns. Each lecture to closo with ri'UHC
test examinations of somo person selected
from the aucinnce. Ho stops st Tho Halli
day, whcru he will tell persons all about
themselves from the shape of their heads,
and to wlint they aro best fitted to succeed
in life. ' It
'Tim cosluuies worn by the ladies at tho
Myth's ball on Thursday night were gerior.
ally, probaby of the most elegant ever worn
on Miiy occasion in this city. They wero
in somo Instances marvelous productions of
the weaver's, modUt's and dress-maker's
ingenuity. But whilo they contributed
much to tho attractiveness of tho occasion,
they wero only tributary to tho graco aud
beauty which they enclosed. Of course
they were only tributary. No fautastio
robo that o'er caprice invented or coBtora
woro or folly smiled on, could have fl lipsod
tho femiuino charms of this gay astern
blago. Tho company Increased to ab ut
ono hundred people by 10 o'clook and at
12 o'clock all stt down to a supper such as
Tho Hilliday is noted for giving, id which
ico cream end c ike, and other iisonablu
and ansoas inibln delicacies figured conspicuously.
The publisher of the Argus has not
been an applicant for tho photographic
pass for a considerable periop buck, aud
would not accept one; but tho publisher of
Tub Bulletin carried ouo up to five days
ago. Whether ho is an applicant this
year or not, wo cannot say. Argus.
Tho photograph of tho publisher of Tub
Bulletin has never yet graced a free pass
aud uevor will; he has never been asked for
a photograph for that purpose and has
never applied for a pat upon which a
photograph of himself could have een
used. Can tho Argus now say as'imicu?
Assistant Jailor Michael Fitzgerald was
again called upon Wednesday to display
that cool courage in the face of danger for
which he hasattainod quite au enviable rep
utatiou. When cleaningoutthecells on that
day, five negroes w ho wero confined in one
cell pounced upon him, and Bought to over
power him and make their escape. But
young Fitzgerald was equal to the occa
sion, as he had been to several similar ones
before. To his fearlessness he adds also a
strong arm aud a quick one. Ho succeeded
in a few moments in shaking off the des
perate prisoners, and in strewing several of
them disabled" upon tho floor of the cell.
Then he drew his weapon and made the
others take to their holes. It was au inci
dent a failure to notice, which even u this
late day would have been a slight to an un
usual display of manly bravery aud prowes.
The Texas and St. Louis railway
company has closed a coutrsct with the
Southern Express company to do the ex
press business oo the lino in Missouri, Ar
kansas and Texas. The road will not there
t'oro conduct a business of that kind on its
own account. Tho agreement is to last
for three year?, and, under tho terms, at the
expiration ot that time tho railroad compa
ny, if the officers desire, can refuse to re
new the contract. The i dices of tbu Texas
and St. Louis will, on February 1st, be re
moved from Fourth and Pint streets to 24
and 20 South Fourth, and will occupy tho
quarters formerly occupied by the Missouri
Pacific. These offices aro being lefitted.
Work on the narrow-cruagu in Arkansas
progressed quite rapidly considering tho
bad state of the weather in part of tho
Mr. Fisher, the St. Louis guutleman
referred to yesterday's Bulletin as being
here for the purpose of recovering some
valuable jewelry stolen from and placed in
pawn by the thief, left yesterday for his
home without the jjwelry. The parties
with whom th? thief claim ul to have left
the jewelry and whose certificate of deposit
he gave to Mr. FishT as evidence that tho
jewelry was still in pawn, claimed that tho
thief came and redeemed the jowelry and
took it with him when ho left. Mr. Fisher
returned to St. Liuis with the intention, it
is understood, of bringing down the thief
as witness in replevin proceedings which
ho purposes to iistitute. The jewelry on
sist of a gold wach and chain valued by
Mr. Fisher at $400. The time for which
it was pawned, according to tho certificate
given by the thiet, does not 'expires until
the 13th irst.
About twenty car-loads of gravel has
now arrived on the Mobile roid for the
Ei fhth street improvement. It is all of
the same quality, about one-tenth gravel
and uino tenths yellow sand. -It is just
such stuff as was used in tho improvement
of Commercial avenue below 0th street some
years ago and would, if used, undoubtedly
prove equally objectionable. We aro told
in its favor that it has been much used in
ballasting the road bed of tho Mobile and
Ohio tracks all aloug the liuu, and has pro
ved to ba very satisfactory. This may
be true and yet tho gravel may not be at all
suitable for street paring purposes. When
used in ballasting railroad tracks, the
gravel isuot subjected to the grinding pro
cess of having heavy wagons constantly
passing over it, as it is when used in tho
pavement ol a public thoroughfare in a
ciiy. If this gravel is used in tbu con
templated improvement it will very prob
ably bo regretted even before the work is
Tho grotipo of young follows who have
been in the city for a week or ten days
giving sparring exhibitions iu tho Tenth
street hall, havo turnod out to bo a lot of
adventurers of uncertain, not to say unprin
cipled characters. Their exhibitions wero
not at all satisfactory from tho first, aud
many believed tho pugilists, so called, to
bo frau Is. But, u little occurrence in Stca
gala rtro's saloon Thursday night, in which
this gang and a atoamboatman who was
blind drunk wore tho actors, and which
was ventilated in Magistrate Comings' court
yesterday afternoon, romovoJ any doubt
there might yet have romainod
of tho generally rascally character
of tho crowd. Iu the caso referred to the
gang, four iu number, headed by Thomas
Ileeny, wero tho victimizers, aud James
Moore was tho whisky-bo -uumbed. and al
most unconscious victim. James was
taken into tho roar room of the saloon men
tioned and there, by the combined eflorts
of this noblo quartet, ho was neatly swin
dled out of about fifty dollars in money at
a very friendly game of poker. At the
trial yesterday afternoon a number of wit
nesses were examined pro and con. City
Attorney Hendricks prosccutod and Mr,
Angus L;ck dufondod. Thomas Iloeny
only was provon guilty nnd Le was fined
one hundred dollars and costs by the court.
A request for a stay of execution on condi
tion to leave town was refused by the cotnt
CAIKO OPERA. Piously
THE OPERATIC EVENT OF THE- SEASON I
One Night Only!
OF THE FAMOUS
C.D. HESS' ACME OPERA COMPANY.
GO Artists, Choristers and Musicians GO
INCLUDING THE CELEBRATED LYRIC STARS,
JAMES G. PEAKES,
ARTHUR W. TAMS,
JAMES II. JONES
MOjCSTDA-Y, January 8th, 1883,
Will bo presented the Grand Opera,
Caste to the full strength of tho Company.
W. E. TAYLOR, - - - Musical Director.
Notwithstanding the great importance nnd expense of this engagement, tue following
very moderate scale of prices is announced: Parquotte and Parquettc Circles, $1.25;
Dress Circle, $1.00; Gallery, M) cents. Seats tor sale ;it Buder's Jewelry Store on
Friday morning, January 5th, 1888.
aud by the City Attorney, and utiles money
is produced in some way and forked over
as required by law in such cases maJ and
provided, Mr. Heeny will prr'iaps hnquiah
in the municipal bistiiu for a month or
MORE ABOUT MAJOR WOLFE.
Yesterday's Bulletin gave a briel gen
eral sketch of tho life of Major Woi.
Wolfe, or the firm of CO. Patier & Co.,
whoso death occurred Thursday atternoon;
but, though correct so lar as it wrnt, it was
necessarily incomplete and lacked that de
tail of statement which is desirable when
speaking of the career of a nun of Ma
jor Wolfe's status in a community.
The Major was born on January 24th,
18U2, near Williams-pott, iVnn., and was
therefore nearly fifty-one years old at the
time of his death. When yet a boy his
parents took him to reside in Williamsport
whore he remained until he became of age
aud where the friendship ' butwoen Ibim
aud Mr. Patier, which grew into a strong
attachment In after years and coniinued so
to the end, was first formed. In 1805 Ma
jor Wolfe went to St. Louis where be became
general manager iu the house of Baker,
Mills & Co. Tb's position beheld until
1861 when the civil war broke out. Then,
with the assistance of Mr. Patier, he raided
a company for the Sixth Missouri Volun
teers, iu which ho was Secoud and Mr.
ratier First Lieutenant. With this com
mand he served with credit for three
years, w bin he was mustered out on the
march to Atlanta, just alter the fight of
Kesacca. He remained with tho army,
however, and was detailed aa aid decamp
to Gen. Jones, 1st Brigade, 2nd Division,
15th army corps, and went through to the
After tho war he returned to St. Louis
and was thero appointed Major in tho ad
jutant-general's office by then Governor
Thomas C. "Fletcher. After this ho was cn-
gsged as clerk in the court houso
at St. Louis until 1806, when he
came to Uairo at tno sol
icitation of Mr. Patier and acceptod tTie
position of book-keeper in the general busi
ness houso of Messrs. G. H. Greeley & Co.,
whose house was then known as tho New
York btoro and was situated ou Poplar
street, in tto neighborhood of where Mr.
U.Schultzo's plant now is. A year latr
this brm changed to Greeley is Patier, and
in 1872, two years latter still, Mr. Greeley
retired from the firm and Major Wolfe
took his place, the firm standing tfica ss
now, C O. Patier & Co., and growing stead
ily, until now it is one of the strongest and
most respected iuthis part of the countrj.
In 1872 also, Mr. Wolfe married Miss
Dulcina Osborue, daughter of Juslico O.
A. Osborne, who, together with three sisteiB
and a brother, survives him. Ouo sister
lives in Pennsylvania, ouo in California
and tho third, Mrs. Fisher, wife of
of Mr. Hariuau Fisher, formely cashier
of a Caroudolct bank, but who died in St.
Louis some time ago, lives in Iowa. Tho
brother lives in Williamsport, Pa.
Major Wolfe was u director of tho Alex
ander county bauk and an honorary mem
ber of the Delta fire company,
As appears from a notice elsewhere tho
funeral will take place to-morrow aftcruoon,
wheu all that, remains of one of Cairo's
most Hiiccesnful business meu su 1 most
respected citizens will be interred Ht Doech
IF YOU DO,
If you want to sell anything,
If you want to buy anything,
If you want to increase your business,
If you want to hire anyone,
If you want u situation,
If you have a houso to rent,
If you want to rent a house,
Advertiso in The Caibh Bulletin.
GOOD LOTS FOR SALE.
On Railroad street below 0th, three lots
25 by 20 each, making 75 foot on Railroad
trout and 20 foot doep. For particulars
apply at Bullktin office.
ROSE LEIGIITON and
j FUNERAL NOTICE,
j The funeral services of the late Major
j Win. Wolte will be held at his residence
j on Poplar Street between L'Oth and Divis-
ion Sts., to-moriow (Sunday) Jan. 7th, at
I 2 o'clock p. m. The funeral cortege will
leave the house Ht half-past two, and at a
o'clock a special fuurral tiuin will leave
foot of Eighth Street for Beach Grove C'ein
etery where tho remains Mill be interred.
Friends ftnl acquaintances of th; family
are invited to attend.
BUSINESS MEN WANT
Commercial Job Printing in food idiape
aud ou good paper,
Letter Heads, )
Iri-li Linen and flit
Envelopes of all kiuds,
Dray iickets, )
perforated with round
machiuu. Check Hooks,
Full Sheet Posters,
Small Bills and Dodgers,
All or which will be fiund at Tub
Bulletin Job Omen, No. "8 Ohio Levee.
NEW ADVERTISES .NTh.
Notlcen In tbis colamu three lluos or lens Accqi
uue loioniuo or $l.oj t r week.
1jVK NALK. Ba'bi-r clialr,wti "tnd, l.
bles Ac. COXB AO ALU A, Sixth street
VOll WAl,K.--l!lnkii. Cuaiu! Morc-, Spiclal
A Wrriiiy sad Warranty Deed l lis Uulletln
Job office Trt Ohio Lcwe
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE. .
Oue Night Only!
SATURDAY, JAN. G.
The Popular Actor Mr.
anil his complete first-class
Dramatic Company, com
prised entirely of '
NEW YORK FAVORITES.
In Robert O. Morns' Grunt American
What the Newspapers say:
Tilers ro in It certain tnuchus of uhiiIidJ suit
woiuuuliiiod thnt nvvur appeal In vain to bum mi
sympathies-N. V. IJorold, (quoted,)
urni ni hid nan snU'rtuiinnviilN ttiin sramn.
N. Y. Sim.
The Author Is to hcrnncrstnlstcj ou hi niwcm
-N. Y. Utnr.
It was ruculvoil with imli-.y l uiot)it rutluus il
approval. X. Y. Pott.
Old Bhlprustos s decided iucri'M. N. Y. Troth.
It Is ouo of the good old dramas. N. Y. Tlmou.
Destined loanjoys long aud procporou career.
Ductdedly the boat orlwlml drains on tho New
York itK.N Y. Kplrli of Tlnn s.
' A mage picture touchsd by tho brush of a mnstu
tad ouo that will over live In tho giUxy of Amor I
cso dramatic portraits. .V. Y. Dully Nu.
Mr. Mordaunt one of tho lt actore on tin;
American ftago. S. F. Chronicle.
Magnificent Scenery and Aledianha
Effects including the
GREAT SHIP SCENE
Adulation 75, 50 and 25 eenti. No extra char) ft
for referred auata No bablea admitted under a V
?rtenit wnatovcr. Kerervod aeat at Bade
5, 60 and till oentt.