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THK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; FRIDAY. MOHNINrU, JANUARY:. 12.
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SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
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60e. per Can,
Extra Selects, at DeBaun's.
Lvlie Rjtauraat opposite Opera
House. Ous Btto proprietor, 11-26 tf
Foa OrsTKR in any style go the Graod
Opera Re-taurant Entrances oo Commer
cial aad 7th street. 11-39 tf
New Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shoeing shop has been open
ml bv Mr. P. Powers oa Tenth street. All
manner of blacksmitbing and wagon work
done to order. .Repairing work a specialty
Work done promptly. tf
at DeBaun's, 58 Ohio leree.
A Texea Clergyman.
Even the patlenoe of Job would become
exhausted were he a preacher and endeav
oring to interest his audiencfl while they
were keeping up an Incessant coughing,
making it Impossible for him to be heard.
Yet, how Tery easy can all this be avoided
by simply using Dr. King's New Disoovcry
for Consumption, Coughs and Colds. Trial
bottles given away at Harry W. Schuh's
drug store. (2)
Tor lame Back, Side or Chest use
Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Trice 23 cents.
Paul G. Schuh, agent. (3)
in market at DeBaun's 58 Ohio levee.
To all who are suffering from ths errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous wosk
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will cce you, fees
or charge. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
Send a sell-addressed envelope to the Rev.
Joseph T. Liman, Station D., New York
Receipt books, Cairo data line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured and for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
50c. per Can,
Extra Selects, at DeBaun's.
Where machinery is used the Drew Oil
Cup will save 50 per cent, of oil. Write
for circular. Borden, Selleck & Co., Bt.
Louis, Mo. (2)
Orasd Opeha Restaurant opposite
Oner LLm-te up stairs, Back entrance on
7th street. Oysters in every style. 11-26 tf
go to DeBaun's, 58 Ohio levee.
The Wit. Alba barber-shop is one of
the best appointed shops in the city; five
barbers all tirat-class workmen. Call at
this shop, Commercial avenue next the
Opera IIouso and net hair-cutting, sham
poooing and shaving done in an artistic
Iryoucllon your druggist for "Dr.
Sellers' Cough Syrup," we pledge immedi
ate relief and cure on short notice.
Woman's True Friend.
A friend in need is a friend indeed. This
none can deny, especially when assistance
is rendered whun one is sorely afflicted
with disease, more particularly those com
plaints and weakooss so common to our
female population. Et ery woman should
know that Electric Bitters are woman's true
friend, and will positively restore her to
Health, even when all other remedies fail.
A single tnal Always proves our assertion.
Tbey are pleasant to the taste, and only cost
fifty cents a bottle Bold by Harry W
Shi lob's Cough and Consumption Cure
is sold by us oa a guarantee. It cures con
sumption. Paul Q..dcbuh, agent. ' (8j
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, Spkkh's Port Orape Wine tor weakly per-
sous. i nis excellent, product oi ins, grape
is prescribed and used by too leading phy
sicians in the country, when a generous and
nouriihioii wluo is desirable : especially for
females, aged persons and consumptive;
ami by churches for communion. Uuu
dreds of New York physicians have visited
Speer's Vineyards and wine cellars, but
twelve miles distant from New York, and
pronounced ma wine pure and uuexcelled
For sale by Paul G.Schuh.
liaving purchased , the bakery ol J.
Anthony, oq Washington avenue between
Oth and 10m streets, I prepared to offer to
the public at all times fresh bread, cakes,
dec. of the best quality at the lowest prices
in be found in the city. Call aud see me
12-11 -if . Jacob Lathes
A Gool Restaurant.
If you want a good meal call at ftchoen
tneyer's Restaurant cor. 10th at. and Wash
tng ave. Only 25 eta. for a regular meal,
and day boarding will nod the best accom
modation on reasonable terms.
Que US OariAM, 1.00 per
Farmers and others desiring a genteel,
luorative agency business, by which $0 to
$30 a day can be earned, send addrei at
once, on postal, t H. C. Wilkinson & Co.,
103 and 197 Fulton street, New York.
All members of the Cairo Business Pro
tective association are requested to meet
8 o'clock to-night at the Hibernian engine
boose. By orrfvr of E. B. Pbttit, President.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notlco In tb eommni, too enu per tint,
. A W ..1 wnmwtrA At Bint if Oal
Mad to fow'd any m bmlneit Inmroii art
Mr. Joseph Lenien, of Dixon Sptiogs,
is in the city since yesterday morning.
Mrs. R. K. Woodward, Mrs. W. W.
Wright, and Mr. and Mrs. Ilayncs returned
from Smithland, Ky., yesterday.
WantedA good cook. Apply to Mrs.
Burnott,No. 32 10th street. 8t.
Miss Edwards, half-sister to Mr.
Flowers, who has been here on a visit
for several days, went home yesterday.
The earth quake was telt in Paducah
jut as severely as here, and news from
Jackson, Tenn. yesterday was to the same
Schoolchildren will nnd The Bulle
tin scratch-books Not. 2 and 8 tor sale at
Phil Saup's candy store. tf
The county board was to have met
last Monday, but didn't and probably will
not until next Monday or some other
Members of the Cairo Business Pro
tective association are requested to meet at
the Hibernian engine house to-night, by
order of President E. B. Pettit, published
in special locals.
Tne Mystic Krew gives a ball at its
ball next Thursday night instead of Tues
On the steamer Gus Fowler yesterday,
bound for New Orleans, were two wedding
parties, Mr. and Mrs. Dunn and Mr. and
Mrs. Robinson. Both couples were mar
ried at Smithland, Ky., Wednesday evening.
There was a fall of temperature
throughout this weather district during the
twenty-four hours ending at 9 O'clock yes
terday afternoon. The thermometer ranged
from 4 above zero at Su Paul to 48 at
Vicksburg. At this point it marked 27.
Mr. U.O.Jones is in the city teaching
the "S.T.Taylor system" of dress-cutting.
All dress-makers desiring to learn the sys
em will pleae aiire. him through the
post-office. . 8t
A brick chimney, in not very good con
dition probably, standing on a small frame
building on Fourteenth street, lost its
equilibrium during the earth-quake yes
terday morning and rattled in many pieces
down the side of the roof, with a noise
that struck terror to the inmates of the
house, a colored family.
"Oh I de good lawd have mussy on
my soul !" was what a white man heard an
he passed in a hurry the corner of Fifteenth
streot and Washington avenua, yesterday
morning just after the earth-quake was
over. The exclamation came from an old
darkey who was holding onto a lamp post
with evident fear of being swallowed up
the next moment.
A present; that could not be
excelled for general usefulness is displayed
at Coleman's book store in ships of a
Silent" New Home Sewing Maobiuo, with
all attachments; price at factory, $35.00
and Coleman only asks $45 for it. Call
and see it. 8t.
Mr. and Mrs. George Parsons have
settled down among us in their home, the
beautiful brick residence corner Walnut
and Centre streets. The house was hand
somely furnished throughout by Mr. Far-
sons in anticipation of their home coming
and Tee Bcllktis predicts that it will
prove one among the happiest homes io the
-Mrs. Patrick Lally had a little rumpus
with another woman, uptown, about a
barrel of water Wednesday, during which
she used language which should not pass
the lips of any female, or male cither, for
that mattor.' Sbe was arrested and brought
before Justice Osborne for trial, but she
took a change of venue to Justice Bird.
Tlio trial came off yesterday morning;
Hon. J. R. Cunningham appeared to prose
cute, and, of course, the defendant was-
found guilty and fined five dollars and
A lighted cigar stump carelessly put
into an overcoat pocket by a lodger, might
have caused a big fire and loss of lite
even, at the European hotel Wednesday
night. Tlio overcoat with the cigar was
thrown on a lounge by the lodger whon
he retired, and there caught tiro and com
municated it to other clothing, to the louugo,
the carpetand to the floor. The smoke
and strong smell arousod other lodgers in
the house before it did the one who, by
by his carelessness, bad caused It, and they
made search and found it in time to put
it out before it had done very muoh dam
-Dr.U. B. Baikley, of Jefferson county,
Montana, was in the city yesterday, on lm
way to St. Louis. He took occasion to call
on The Bclletis and to inform us for the
benefit of those afflicted with coneumptiou
that the glorious climate of Montana simply
and alone would cure any casoof consump
tion in a reasonably short space of time.
It could be reached, said he, cheaper than
uioht other places which are said to possess
curative qualities of this description, and
bad the advantage of all these places. Tho
doctor was enthusiastic In his praises of
Montana generally and we gladly give
whatever consumptives there may be in
"those dlggins" the benefit of his good ad
ice which is, in a word, to "go west."
Mr. Wo. Fisher, of St. Louis, was here
yesterday and Instituted suit in trover for
the recovery from Messrs. I. Farnbaker
Co., pawnbrokers, the value of the watch
and thiin left with them sorau days ago by
Feste, the fellow who stole the jewelry from
Mr. Fisher. The nominal value is placed
at $300. Mestrs. Farnbukur advunced
$00 on the jewelry and offered to surrender
it to Mr. Fisher on paymont of this amount
aud the interest, which the Utter refused
to do. This c se gives a ramplo of how
even pawn brokers may be imposed up"ti.
The matter will come up for a hearing be
fore Magistrate Comings on the moruiug
of the 17th iuHt'int.
The Denver Tribune priuts the fol
lowing eloquent letter Irom some noble red
men : "Pale faces Tho Red Man sends
you this word from his mountain lair.
The wiuter is cold. The snow is deep.
The jaybird has flown from the forest.
Thegnuehas gone to the fur- listant val
leys. Tho fish no longer live in the frotin
Bt reams. The Red Man has naught to eat.
The squaw is dying with hunger and thirst.
Thedappooso wails like the wind in the
Irees. The Red Man must live. Pale
faces, you have plenty. The Great Spirit
has been good to you. He has given you
venison and firewater. The Rod Man
stands at your wigwam and askes for help
He will come at the socond moon aud
walk the streets of your city. Will you
give him bear meat and firewater! P ile
faces, beware tho Red Man 1 Oue hand
is stretched out. In the other Is a toma
hawk. STfCK-IN-TH E M CD.
In Tuesday' Post-Dispatch appeared
what professed to be an interview with
Mr. Wm. Fischer, the gentleman who has
been before the Cairo and St. L mis public
for some days past as the victim of a rob-
btry. In this "interview" the following
reference was mde to Mr. Fischer's ex
perience with the Cairo authorities: "Fred
once lived in Cairo and he took a ruu down
there. Ha told bis friends be hd s'ruck
t rich up here. He hired a haaUotu!
room and put two young ladies in to take
care of it. He took hold of the chief of
police and hauled him around the town.
He made friends with the Mtyor and be
got drunk with the only justice of the
peace in the town. When I got down there
found he was about as big a man as there
was in the place. I called upon the chief of
police and asked him to arrest Fred but he
said he didn't like to interfere, because
Fred was a friend of his. I called upon
be mayor, an j tn did not like to L-sce a
warrant because Fred was a friend of
his. Thejustxe of the poacedi i not like
to do anything at first, but at last relent
ed." "And whit about the $1,100 he had
taken from youi'' "He htd spent all of
that and whs beginning to negotiite with
the Caro officials for a loan." Mr. Fischer
wisjin the city yesterday Bnd in conversa
tion with a representative of The Bclle-
tin, denied the authorship of the above.
He had not conversed with any represent-
ive of the P.-D. and certaiuly
never made any such statements as
those he is represented as having made
a the above. The publication in the
-D. ho denounces as an invention, so fur
as it relates to the treatment j-eceived by
him at the hands of the mayor, officers
and court ot Ctir , and to be just the re
verse ot tho truth. Ho was very indig
nant when speaking of the matter, and
promised to hunt up the fellow who so
grossly misrepresented him and his friends,
the authorities fiore. The account pub
lished in tho Globe-Democrat and repro
duced in these columns some days ago, be
pronounced as correct.
The series of meetings hold in this city
during tho last three days by the
Grand Examiners of the Illinois Grand
Lodge of Masons, the last of
which was hold last evenins,
and which woie attended by upwards of
a hundred and tweniv-fivo prominent ma
sons from all ovor the state, were concluded
ast night with a magnificent banquet
given at The Halliday to the visiting Ma
sons by Cairo Lodge, No. 237 A. F. and A.
M. The meetings throughout had been of
the greatest interat and profit
to all, but final gathering at the spacious
dining room of The Ualliday was probibly
the most interesting aud satisfactory of
Three rows of table ex'en ia J the eu-
tire leugih aud breadth of the room and
wcro laden with as mauoificent
feast as over camu from
a kitcnen. siosus. J. A. Uoldsttne
and Geo. E. O liars had been charged with
the preliminaries. Mr. L. P. Parker had
given tho preparation ot the feast his per
sonal attention ani iu conjunction with
his force of cooks had produced the fol
Bisque of Oysters a la Flossy, Salmon
Trout a la Tartar, Ham and Tongue As
pic Jolly, Lobster Salad, Chicken Salad a
la Mayocaise, Plates of Cold Turkey with
Jelly, Groups of Plovers' Eggs, Garnished,
Beef a la Modoon M icei'.oine, Queen Olives,
French Sardines, Small Cucumber Pickle',
Fruit Cake, Pouud Cake, Jelly R ll, Fancy
German Cliocolato Cake, Cocoaout Maca
roon b, French Cream Kisses, Guava Jolly
Tarts, Black Tea, Java Coffee, Crackers,
At ton o'clock the company eat down to
the tables, occupying exactly one hundred
and twelve chairs, and began to attack the
many Kood things before thorn. Brother
P. W. Barclay was master of ceremonies at
the tables and saw that saoh did his full
duty. It si to safe con
elude that none who took
part io these ceremonies will entertain an
uul'avorable opinion of Cairo's hospitality
and Ctiro's cooks.
Yesterday morning about 1 :20 o'clock,
this city received such an earth-quake
shock as it had not experienced for many
years before. It was folt in all parts of the
city alike, but few of our ten or twelvo
thousand people failed to be awakened by
it, oven from their soundest slumbers, and
many were very much frightened for a few
minutes. Those who were awake when
the first symptoms were folt sty that the
earth began to vibrate gently at first, sud
denly gave terrilflc shock, which as sud
denly died away again to a barely percep
tible trembling. Some people living in
brick houses were much alarmed. One
family up town roused tho neighborhood
with screatni and waitings, and wore only
quieted when neighbors came in and as
sured them that all was well without.
But people living along the railroads,
were not so much alarmed. They are ac
customed to an almost continual vibration
of the ground and all things around them,
by reason of the running back and forth
of trains. Many of those were not even
awakened, and those that were, believed it
to have been caused by the switching of
some heavy train, sod went to sleep again
as though nothing bad happened. The
greatest alarm prevailed among the
darkies, out In the barracks and elsewhere.
Naturally more superstitious than their
Caucasian brothers, many of them believed
that the groat "Youngest Day" had
dawned; that the shock was caused by the
first blast of Gabriel's trumpet. But there
was no damage done anywhere in the city.
The duration of the shock was too short
for this. But it may be safely assumed
tba a second shock like the one felt would
bavo cauied some of the brick bouses in
the city to totter and fall, and perhaps
ctud loss of life,
THE EPISCOPAL SOCIABLE
The residence of Mr. H. H. Candeeat
thecrnorof Fourth street and Washing
ton aveuue, wis visited by a large and ele
gant and happy company of people last
Diiht to participate io the festivities pro
vided for them by the ladies of the Epis
copal church. The 'several rooms and
parlors of the large house, all finely
furnished, were thrown open to the com
pany and were all full from an early hour
in the evening until midnitrht.
The managers of the afft'r, guided by
experience in such matters, succeeded en
tirely in making all preeent forget all but
the pleasures of the occasion, and the haurs
pissed imperceptibly ,fo all. The pleasant
entertainment derived from lively conver
sation was interrupled periodically by mu
sic and songs from some of Cairo's best and
fsvori'e talent as follows: Instrumental
solo, by Miss Ada ThorotDnjsong, by Miss
Emma James; instrumental solo, by Miss
Clara R )bl)ins; song, by Miss Mamie Cor-lis-;
instrumental solo, Jligs Rida Corliss
an'l song, by Miss Delia Gordon.
Abo it 10:30 o'clck thi company sat
down to refreshments prepared by the
ladies and did full justice to them.
IF YOU DO,
Ifyou want to sell anything,
If you want to buy anything,
If you want to increase your business,
If you w.int to hire anyoDe,
If you want a situation,
If you have a house to rent,
Ifyou want to rent a house,
Advertire in The Cairo Bulletin.
A UORUIBLE AFFAIR.
The burning of the Newhall house at
Milwaukee Thursday morning was attend
ed with a horrible loss of life and the
maiming of a large number of persons,
whose fate wasscarce'y better than death.
Nothing was lacking to lend terror' to the
scenes witnessed. Tbe details are utterly
sickening, so sickening that even to read
them ouly is more than some people can
The account says the fire broke out at i
o'clock in the morning, and in less than
twenty minutes after that immense six
story structure, which proved to bo but a
fire irap, was wrappod iu flames, and at
least fifty poor creatures were boing hur
ried into eternity. The Bight during that
twenty minutes was one to make the stout
est heart quail. The following abort para
graph will givo the reader some idea of
the reality, but It is only a small part of the
About a doxon jumped from the Michi
gan street front. Each leap meant death
or shattered limbs, and not less than four
unfortunates at one time lay upon tbe icy
sidervalk in front of the chamber of com
merce clad only in night clothes, blood
and brains oozing from the wounds through
which the bones 'protruded. Some were
carried to the express office, others to the
ground floor of the Mitchel building, where
cots had becu hastily arranged, and from
there they were carried off to private
bouses of kind boarted people.
TUB BCE5E IN TBE ALLEY,
west of the burning building, was sick
ening; as early as 6 o'clock the bodies of
seven unfortunate waiter girls were
stretched upon the enow and ice,
with broken limbs writhing in
agony until death ended their suffering.
After almost superhuman efforts ladders
were stretched from the roof of the bank
building across the alley to tbe sixth story
of the hotel. ' Tho bravo fire laddies car
ried ton girls across tbe frail bridge; four
of them dead. The mas of telegraph wire
encircling the building on tlio south and
cast sides played sad huvoc with the un
fortunates who mado the frightful leap for
life. Several of the bodies were fairly cut
deep iuto by the wires, and then torn and
bleeding form: would drop to the ground.
Others would hit tho wires cr ins-ways, re
bound aud bo hurled to tho ground with a
It U estimated that sixty people perished
in various wars.
BUSINESS MEN WANT
Commercial Job Printing in food shape
and on good paper,
Letter Heads, ) Irish Linen and flat
Note Heads, ) papers.
Envelopes of all kinds,
Dray Tickets, ) perforated with round
R'cefpt Books, hole perforating
Check Book, i machine.
Full Sheet Posters,
Small Bills and Dodder,
All of wnicn will be found at The
Bclletix Job Office, No. 78 Ohio Luvee.
The following are tho names of those
who have be-n chosen to constitute tho
grand and travers juries for the February
term of the circuit cmrt, to be bold in this
county beginning with the 12th proximo.
First Cairo Precinct, R. W. Miller, Fred
Teichman; Second, Thomas Wilson, C. W.
Henderson; Third, Louis Herbert, B. F.
Blake; Fourth, S.Walters, Tim Gorman;
Fifth, W. F. Pitcher, R. Powers; Beech
Ridge, Jno.P. Parker; Unity, W. J. Wil
ford; Sandusky, P. Sullivan; Elco, Ja. E.
McCrite.J. W. Durham; Clear Creek. A J.
Bunch; East Cape Girardeau, W. (). San
ders; Thebes, J. A. M. Gibbs, Wiley
C'utta; Santa Fp, French J"nes; Goose
Island, J. H. Foster, Eii Abhhire; Lake
Milligao, W.R. Lane.
First Cairo Precinct, Thomas Sullivan,
Wm. Qiasebarth. R. Smyth, Micbail
Hickey; Second, Frank Cherry, JL. C.
Atcher, Thomas Fuller, W. B. Pettis, E. W.
Whitlock; Third, Wm. McEwen; John
Foley, W. D. Moore; Fourth, Richard
Taylor, James Emnedy, Chas Murdock,
L. O. Louhtio, Matbew Walsh. Sr., P. C
Busch; Fifth, A.J. Payne, John Harring
ton, Eugene Glines, A. Lippit, C. H.
Thompson; Thebes, George Ssmmons;
Lake Milligao, James Ice, Nicholas Hund
sacker; Elco, Thomas Calwell, Ssmuel
Briley; Unity, Wm. Miniton, Wm. Wei
meyer; Qooao Is'and, Barry Nobles, Eli
Abshire, Jeso Jackson, Jno W. Martin;
Santa Fe, Phil Uafner, N. Worthingtoo,
THE BURROWS COMMITTEE.
HINTS AS TO TUIER REPORT.
Washixoto.v, Jan. 9. The sessions of
the Burrows committee are riroly attended
by over four members, and oftentimes three
are present. There are indications that a
majority of the committee have made up
their minds as to the salieut features of
their forthcoming reports. From hints
dropped by members now and then, and
from the drift of questions put to those
testifying, it can be predicted with reason
able certainty that tho majority report will
express strong opposition to any further
expenditure of money in tho construction
of levees, sod will recommend that the
work of the rivor commission be confined
to the Plum Point reach .and that tho work
ou other reaches be suspended, not ouly
till after the completion of the Plum Point
reach, but also till afUr the completed
work on that rea h shall have boon sub
jected to tbe test of one high flood. This
would practically suspend work at other
points bolow C;dro for three or four years.
It is not probablo that the outlet plan will
be indorsed by the committee. The drift
of sentiment among tho members appears
to favor a policy of making a complete
test of the commission's plan at one point
before going any further with the general
plan of Improvement.
The Missis-ippi river commission to-day
examined Chas. R. Suter and Maj. Harrod.
Tbe former declared unreservedly in favor
of levoes as a necessary of improvement.
Mr. Harrod's viuws coincided with the
plans at present being workod out.
CAPTAIN W. r. HALLWAY OF TUI8 CITY
TESTIFIES BEFORE THE BURROW'S COM
MITTEE. Washington, Jan. 10. Capt. W. P.
Halllday of Cairo testified before the Bur
rows committee to-day. His testimony
was a very strong and effeotive defense of
the plans and the work of tho rlvor com
miss on. Ho demonstrated to tho commit
tee that the work already done had cheap
ened tracsportbtlon on the river. He de
clared that although the work on the Plum
Point reaoh had not yet progressed far, it
has resulted in deepening tbe channel from
it inches to one loot. He did not advo
cate the construction of a system of levees,
but earnestly urged that the jet tf system
ot improvment be pushed energtlcally to
complotion. He believed the rivjr could
be improved in litis way from Cui-o to the
mouth of Hed rivT . nt a out of $20,000
000. He said to tho committer plainly
that whatever might be their recommen
dations and acti ns tho people of the west
and south wcro determined to teuiiro the
improvement of the liver. 1
During the seesion'of the committee to
day there w-ts a scene which at one time
promised to be serious. Chairman Burrows
and Robinsnn of Masar.liustts UhUally sit
at the head of the table in iho room and
are in the habit of carrying on whispered
conferences regarding questions which (hey
propose to ask of witnesses, dipt Thomas
ot Illinois, who is a member of tlio com
mittee, became irritated to-day over these
secret consultation', and he got up Htid pro
tested against that sort of thiug, declaring
tho method to lm unusual an 1 disrespect
ful to other members of the committee. It
was a kind of star chamber proceeding, but
he Intimated that such methods, however,
wtre to be exoocted frjiu gentlemen who
were engaged io looking after tho railroad
interest. Burrows bee nuo soma vh it exci
ted and repelled the insiointiou regarding
ing the railroads. Tho matter was then
GOOD LOTS FOR SALE.
On Railroad stre't below Cth, three lots
0, 9 and 10 block 15, lift by 20 each, mak
ing 75 feet on Railroad street and 20 feet
doep, For particulars apply nt Bclletis
Nollcet Id this colomu tbrtu llou ntvt iVoim
one Insertion nr 11. it) r o-:k.
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CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
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Or Dreaming and Walking iu Mid-Ur,
(Kloatloi Id mtd slr Id ill diroctlout),
By MISS MARIE SEE MAN.
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PRAVER. JON OK AR'MMaldof OrlciD-).
ROB ROT. GKKMANY.
GODDESS OT LtrtEHTY.
ANQJil. Of PEACX Elf . Ktc.
7oc, 50c, and 23c , no extra charge
for Kesr-rvert Seats, at Rmler'H.
lUKTWlO SKEMA V Pioprtilor.
II A lilt Y SMITH MoiuKr.
at nnd below COST
CLOSING OUT SALE!
A partial lM of article anil pr!ra.
Small Safes, 93 60 to S3 75
Cupboard, 5 00 to 5 RO
Cane Chaira, - 5 00 a sot.
Breakfast TabK 2 25 to 2 50
Sofas, 6 00 to fl 60
Bed lonngw, 11 00
Carpets, 19c to 5c per yd.
Wardrobos, 7 00 to 12 00 each
A Cane Rocker for 75c large size.
Aud all ottaor Mou-ahold and Kitchen Furnl
tar t him proportion. W have aa immena
lock ot all kind and muit tell.
R. J. HINSON,
tr. lOth Si. Waahington An,