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TlIK DAILY OAJRO RULLETLN': FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 26. i:-3.
THE DAILY BULLETIN:
Ofl-irKi NO. 7H OHIO I.KVHK.
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OftWikU FA FS.K Of CITY A.NU COl'SH
SPECIAL JiOCAL ITEMS.
Niiicm !u lire eo: imn. picii mm pr Una for
irdandllv. cenu pr lino a ulieiu.i;l nt.ur
Hon. tor una wk. 'Wemiis por liuu. tor ouo
n.obtb, 6tf cents I'tr line.
50:. per Can,
Extra S:locls, at DcBuun's.
Lilies RMaurnit opposite Opera
Hoiiae. Gus B tto propnet'-r, 11-20 tf
Foil Oy.stehs in any aiyl go the Grand
Opera Re-tanninr Entrances on Commer
cial and 7;h str--t. 11-2(5 tf
New Rhicksmith Shop.
A new horsfl shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P Powcra ou Tenth struct. AH
manner of bUcksnvthing anl wagon work
done toorler. Repairing work a pci!ity .
Work done promptly. 11
' 1'ivsu Oybters
at D-inHunV, 5'3 Ohio levee.
"Hackmkt.vck," a lasting and fragrant
perfuire. Trice 23 and 50 cent?. 13
PvnE Cod LivekOil made from selected
livers, on the sea-shore, by Csswe.ll, Hazaru
it Co, New lurk. It is absolutely pure
and sweet. Patieti's who have mice taken
it prefer it to all others. Physicians have
decided It superior to any of the other oils
Chaffed Hands, Face, pimplej, and
rouifh skin, cured by usina Jumper Tar
Soap, made by Caswell, I lizard & Co
New York. (2)
in market at Dc Haunt 515 Ohio levee.
Fahmeus and others desiring a ecnteel,
lucrative Hgoncy business, by which $5 to
$20 a day can be earned, send addre. at
once, on postal, t l1. C. Wilkinson & Co.,
105 aud 107 Fuiton street, New York.
8 it i i.o n 'a Cure will immo liately relieve
Croup, Whooping Cough and Brouchitis.
Over 250,000 Howe scale have been Bold,
and the demand increasing continually.
Borden, Selleck & Co., agents. St. Louis,
I am cured of Catarrh and deafness after
giving Elys' Cream Balm a thoiough trial.
My aunt was deaf in one ear. After using
tlie Ihlm a few tunes her hearing whs re
stored. F. D. Morse, Insurance Broker,
Eliiibfcth, N. J.
Mr. Loq,7(J0 23;id st , Chicigo, 111.,
says: "liruwu's Inn Bit'ers is the best
tiling I ever used. Four buttles restored
50c. per Can,
Extra Selects, at DeBiun's.
Grand Opkka Restaurs opposite
Opcrt II iiho ui st drs, Bi :k entrmco on
7ih str.-ol. Oyst-iM in every style. 11-20 tf
A General Stampede.
Never ws sueh a rush made for any
Dru' Store as ia now at Ihriy W. Schuh's,
for a tril bottle of Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds,
All purs-ma affected with Asthma, Bron
chitis, Hoarseness, Severe Coughs, or any
affection of the Throat and Lt'.uaa, can get
atrial bottle of this great remedy free, l
calling at above Drug Store. ' (4)
gi t' DeBanu's, 50 Ohio levee.
Tue Wm. Alba BAHBeu-siior is one of
the best appointed bhopt in the city; five
barbers all tirnt-cUsa workmen. Cll at
tlm li"P, ('outm -rcial f-v-niiM ii 'Xt the
Op?ia II Mj-.j n-id cet ti.i ! i -1 1 i n sham
poooiti'j an i s:ixvin -iu i io i nrtis'ic
lltvmg pmohas-jj th 'laknry of J.
Anthony, on Wasihingtoa avenue betw!n
9th and 10;h street, I prepared to offer to
the public at all tim trf"h bread, Ctk s,
&c. of thu bent q,mlity at the lowest pliers
to bi' fouud in the city. Cult and S!o ui".
li-12 tf J icob Lmxek.
A two story brick house, frame addiliou,
eiiht noun io good repair. Carriage house
and c;wn. A nuver-ftiliug drive-well.
Corner IoIh on Street Railroad. Enquire
of M. W. Mvhems, or W. C. Newmox.
A Gool Restaurant.
If you w.iut good meal call atfle.hoen
moj er's U.-stiur nit cor. 10th at. au J Wash,
tn' av,i. Only 25 cis. for a regular meal,
and thy boarding will find thu Ut ac-com-Dio
lation on rtasonablo terms.
Notice is hereby given to all concerned
not to trust or se'l goods to Fred Elmers
nor to pay to him any nmrjoy on my ac
count. JOUS C. ECKEMJEKO.
Notice is hereby given that the firm of
J. Burger & Bro., of this city, u tlna dy
dissolved by mutual consent, Sumticl
Biiru'er t iking the buaioess of the cloihiug
store, collecting all debts and paving a, I
liabilities. J. Hikokk.
3. BcuoEE. .,
Caibo, Iu.., Jan'y 24, 18S3.
Two ladies and two gentlemen are wanted
s canvassers and traveling agent', either
at given salary or corumlfsino. Apply im
mediately by letter. to 11. W. B Lock Boi
772, Cairo post office. Iteforences must ac
company application. It.
Mardl Graa at New Orleans.
The Great Jackson Rmie, with its ac
customed liberality, has made very low
rates lor those ilcnriiig to attend the Mardi
Ora ti-htiviti-g. Mouthy, February 0th,
will witness the reception of 1IIC MAJES
TY KKX, and Tuesday, February Odi,
MARDI GRAS, the grandest dinpUy ever
yet in New Orleans, No one should
miss it. For full particulars see bills and
enquire of ticket agent. Tlie rate from
Cairo to New Orleans nd return is $14.00.
HhIo of tickets will lotnmence January
81st, 1853, and continue until Febnwy
0th, ISM. Good to return ou or before
Sunday, February llth,1883.
J. II. Josks, Ticket Agent.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice to tb cuiDQioi, ten rents par tin,
eh lnrrton mid whether marknd nr nut. if calcu-
I 'toil to r iwii-.l any mm biiaitioM luterust aro
The j rs.il gang did s.nue udle work on
the street cro.tsinus yesterday, under the
direction of Street Supervisor Arter.
The tax books arc now In tho hands of
Sheriiniodges, turned over to him yester
day, and ho is now ready to receive
taxes. Call on him without delay.
The hit of tha seas m! The "Our
Bachelor Cinar!" at Bwela'y Brothers'
By edvertisenient elsewhere tbc Illi
iiois Central railroad announces that it will
irive reduced mtes to New Orleans for
"The Pathfinders" whoso bills appear
upon the boards all over thec'ty are under
the direction of Rerro, which is a guaran
tee that they will be irood.
Mr. Juhu llitmon, lobbyist, testifies
that t)vy thousand dollars was paid him by
the clerk of the house of representatives
for st mces iu the interest of the Washing
ton gas coinpiny.
The Illinois legislature has occupied
another day in doing nothing. The house
was principally engaged iu wranglicg over
ilie appointment of a janitor and a couple
of other unimportant officers.
New street crossings are very
much Deeded in some of tho populous walks
of the city, notably over Commercial avenue
on the south side of Sixth street and at
Fourth sticeton Wadiington avenue.
" Schoolchildren will tlnd The Bclle-
tis Bcratcli-books Nos. 2 and 8 for sale at
Phil Saup's candy stare. tf
Tne I idies of the Episcopal church
met yes'erdiy at the residence of Mrs. W.
B. Gilbert, for the purpose of peifectiug
arrangement-' r'r f heir oyster supper. It
may not by much of a rni;s to assume- that
they made good headway.
Erysipelas is unusually prevalent in
the upper portion of the city. The chief
cause is the weather. Very sli-ht scratches
huve in some cises developed into erysipelas
and as this disease in contageoua, there is
every reison to use care in treating and
Valuable information for every one
who plants a single seed such as could uot
be obtained from any tweoty agricultural
text books is to be found fiee in D. M.
Ferry & Co's Seed Annual for 1883, which
is mailed to nny one sending his name and
address to D. M. Ferry & Co,, Detroit,
Tlie committee of the Illinois house
were accounted only Tuesday and from
that day date the "preparations for work,"
as the Spriugfiold Journal terms it. Three
w.jeks wasted la orgmization aloue. There
are forty-four committees in thu house and
Mr. Linegsr is ou four of them: the Judi
ciary, tho Il-vooue, Municipal Affairs and
A white tramp named Gilbert stole a
jug of whisky from another maa yesterday
and allowed himself to be cnught in the
act, which was wrong. Ilia victim refused
to prosecute him for committing the theft
so clumsily, so tho officers had to content
themselves with a charge of vagrancy, an'l
he was fined fifty dollars aud costs by Mag
istrate Coiinugs for having no visibltt un
drepiuning of a pecuniary nature.
We should have said yesterday mom
my that Hon. I). T. Linegar is the princi
pal local counsel for the St. Louis and
Caiio railroad company in the proceedings
pendiuc between it and the City of Cairo.
Mr. S. C. Judd, of Chicago, is the principal
counsel for the company. The city's in
terests are well guatded by Corporation
Counsel W. B. Gilbert aud Judge Wm. II.
A negro iu a rustic sleigh drawn by
a shadowy mule, coming down Washing
ton avenue yesterday afternoon, while the
mud closed in over the ruunera of the
sleigh to the depth of four or six inches,
was an object of interest to pedestrians
generally and the subject of verbal bouts
from wicked school thilureu. The inno
cent old fellow had come in from the coun
try where the snow lingers longer than in
the streets of a populous city.
Crushed coke is next in point of clean
liness to hard coal and is au excellent sub
stitute for it ; is especially adapted to base
burners and for heating purposes, while
its cheapuess recommends it ou tho score
of economy. The Cairo City Gie Compauy
hus put iu heavy machinery for tbo pur
pose of crushing aud preparing their coke
for duinest c use and the results are en
tirely satisfactory. Orders for crushed coke
left at the gas o:Hco on Eighth street, will
receive prompt attention. 6i,
A white uiau named Dudley came
to tho office or Dre. Parker
Wednesday, with one of his
feet nearly cut off across thu instep. He
was from Sandusky in this county, whore
he had bom chopping wood in company
with otheis. He was about to step over a
i g at which another was chopping when
the axe descended ou his foot. He w as at
tended by Dis. Pnrkir and taken to a lodg
ing house up town for care until liehlmll
have recovered. He was not taken to the
hospit il in order not to rUk the spnml of
erysipelas iu case his wouud bhoutd as
sume that form of disease.
In the legal proceedings at the ntUoo
of Messrs. Green & Gilbert yesterday, conn
sel for thu City ol Cairo concluded the in
Induction of witnesses for the city nbout
uoon, and afternoon the taking of testimo
ny for the railroad company was begun. Col
Charles Hamilton, superintendent of tho
road, aud Mr. Nicholas Hundaucker, of this
county, were first introduced and their e
animation occupied all alternoon. In all
there will probably bo ten witnesses to by
examined for the company.
Lst evening the directors of the Opera
House company met for the purpose of
taking a review of the business for tho
year, the first of the company's existence.
A careful account of the receipts and ex
penditures had been kept and the report
submitted by M inager Shields ws most
satisfactcry; in fict the directors were-
agreeably surprised and expressed them
selves as highly pleased with Captain
Shields management. This showing
ought also to give satisfaction to nil inter
csted io the matn'aiiiHnce of the Opera
House lr:re, the theitro going public.
-Tlie owning of court at WicklitT",
nednejday, was au event ot great note
and was very beflttinoly celebrated by
some of the inhabitants of thu town
Fights were the order ot tho day, drunken
brawls were numerous and arrests frequent.
But strong effirts were made by tlu au
thorities to keep ihc disturbing elenvnt
down and brinix the often Its to justice.
There is no jail io town as ye', and the
culprits who were found gui:ty and fi;J
were plnced for safe-keeping in a shury
with a rickety door without lock. But
the prisoners hp J honor enrugli to cor.-ider
themselves prisoners and they tnade uo at
tempt to escape,
Representative Erwiu of Williuusrn
couuty, a Republican member of the hoU3e,
has introduced a bill to atneud the act cre
ating the state board of railroad aud ware
house commissioners. The bill provides
that a coiiiiijirMon consisting of three per
sons, which 6hll be styled railroad and
warehouse commission, thill be elected by
th-j peopje at the next general election for
governor of the Sute, in 1884, and every
two years thereafter, who bhall hold th ir
offices for th ; term of two years from the
first day of December next succee lii g their
election aud until their successor arc-
elected and Qualified. No person con
nected with anyrailroal or warehouse com
pany bhall be eligible.
The death of Mr. David Thistlewoud
was announced in a dispitch received here
from Pulaski yesterday. The event wns
not unexpected as Mr. T. had been (suffer
ing for sorn-j years, nud seriously for ev
eral nvoi.t i". Deceased was forty-two years
old; wis born in Delaware; cami t i Illi
nois u.-arly twen'y ye'irs ago, robided iu
tho centr il portion of th shfe for about
fifteen yeu; cauie to Cairo something
over twojestrs ago and left but recently to
reside in Pubiski. Hlvesa wife an I
two chi dreii. His teuiains will be iu
terpd to-morrow at M-son, III., where
Mrs. T.'s rc-Wtives r.-si le. Mayor Thistle-
wood left the city yesterday to attend the
A lively runaway occurred yesterday
afternoon ou Commercial avenue. The
horse attached to the delivery w igon of
Mr. Jno. McNulty, being left standing
alone on Tui'teenth street, was
frightened at something and rau down
the aveuue at terrific rate, scattering sent,
cushion and a s'ove mid pipe which were
iu the wagon alon the muddy 6troet as bo
went. At the corner of Eleveuth btreet the
wheels of the wagon struck an obstruction
which caused it, the wagon, to turn com
pletely over and the horse aUo. A crowd
soon gathered, tho harness w.is cut aud the
horse liourited from the wagon, and in a
little while he w is on his feet again but
covered with a thick coat of soft mud. The
principal d magi duue was to harness.
A big drunken tow-boatmau came
into tho photograph gailery o( Mr. O. A.
rhelps, on Eighth street, yesterday and
gave Mr. Puelpj to understand th.it he
wanted his picturu takeu. Mr. Phelps, uot
caring to tike tho man's picture while in
that state, told him that the instruments
were not "wiliiu" and asked him to call
aain. The mnu left but cuno sg.ih in
about ten minutes und again demanded
that ho be photographed. Mr. Phelps
again refused, whereupon tho ftloW got
angry. Uis name was Smith, ie mid, and
b G he would have his "picture taken
theu und thuro or ho would bust the she
bang and telescope tho proprietor." Mr.
Phelps is not a physical giant, in faut ho is,
in stature, less than the average, but he's as
fulUol Bpunk as the Republican party is
of corruption or as Smith was of w hisky,
and he could get away from a whnlo army
of druuken men if he ouly mj tmt' R
chance. Ho got his "mad up" nt Smith,
not so much because Smith was impudent
as because Smith's namu was Smith, IIo
picked up a chunk of wood nearly as big
as himself, climbed up ou a chair, cuuht
Smith by tho coat collar and calmly but
flnu'y ordered him to vacate the premises
forthwith. "Why, man," said he to Smith,
"You're a ranh fool to tackle a photograph
er in his lairl There's stuff in this kh a
single drop of which would set your breath
on tiro aud blow you to , care: ss and
all." Smith wus intimidaed, dumb
founded, thoroughly cowed. His knees
shook, ho begjied pardon and "vicitted
forthwith' as per invitation.
"Stw'l of IWn," wilt be presented
for the lirst time in this city. Special ad
vantages will Httend its present production
in the way of now and elegant settings,
particular Httuutiou being called to the
More set. Mr. M. H. Curtis has always at
traded and delighted Urge andietnces with
his capital lenditiou of the commercial
drummer, which is an artistic, natural and
very tunny characterizitiuii, - thoroughly
worned up Irom beginning to end. Mr
Curtis retains in his company all former
lavontes and has added thereto several per
formnrsot acknowledged ability, ami will
present this funniest of the funny comedies
witli this excellent cast. The Thilade
pnift limes says: M. B. Curtis played
"Ham l ot I'osen" before an audieoce
which filled the Chestnut Street Opera
House from parquet to gallery lat niuht.
anu tne irequeot bursts ot laughter and
aud applause proved how thoroughly the
peculiarities of the enternrisinc vounir
hummer worn appreciated. Sam'l is will
known to Philaeelphi i play.goers, and hi
qu iiut humor and attention to "pishucHs"
have made him quite a favorite.
Spunking about tho railroad business,
into which so uiiny youcumen are now't-n
gating themselves, in this city especial y,
Otn. Card well, ot St. Louis, who has ha i
tne experience o! a quarter of a ceutury in
active rai. road lifo, id tiiat be believed
Hiuf I'l.lln.f l,,,.n in I.-. I r. ,
...... ..-yuj, ujiu in ui u vrnis uiu iar I'-as
than in avenge clause of success. "Vh"u
T I . . .
i oe.'an i ai. r lid w.,rk iu Ohio.'' snd be.
the ni.roids of the stite were for toe
in -t part controlled sn i tmn d entirely
wittiiu tlie state. Iheywere separate aud
istinct companies. The Steubenvi.l,i and
Lioiani was one, the Little Miama another,
oij., -o nu iiirouu me wrioie llbt. 1 was
.. .V i . .... !. I. A I. . I ( I
tli -u ab'e to know njarly ev-ty fnv (n
my line. I knew what tueir individual
merits and c. nihilities were. I could se
1 ct ror promotion men whom I kn .w du-
serv-.'d it. Before I left the Pji,!i,ind:H
road I h id as mauy under me as Gen. Sh-. r-
mao his. I know less than a d zed of
thf'n, huJ tluse merely because choice.
Hire m-j n:ar them. I b ivo wis!u-ii oft' n
to find a man for certain work, aud wvmld
h ive be-'ii ulid to hive taken a mm
from t Lie ranks if I h id known 0111 capable
o! i lie p ositiou. mit I ilia no', anl the re
sult has b .-en that the son or nephew of tlrs
or that o.Ikitl woulj be given the place.
It is on this account th it I think young
men in th railro.d business have such an
uueqoaitluuce in the battle they are try
ing, unity of them, so courigwusly to
About eleven o'clock yesterday morn
ing some one g tined forcible entrance to
I'm resileooe of Mr. Budnnfiu, ou Walnut
s T'-ef. next to S'. Joseph's Ca'lnlic church,,
a id stole thmcfrom a hdy's gold watch
an 1 (hain, belonging to M-j, Buchanan
Tho tu t was committed while no erne was
at home. Mrs. Buchanan returned from a
visit to a neighbor and found one ol the
u'.ass pines in the rear door bnkeu out.
She entered cautiously and tu the sitting
room e aw more evidence that a stranger
had b en present. The drawers in a bureau
weie ad open and their contents disordered.
fluo left again aud called 11 lady friend to
her ass'st-iuco and t'igethcr they coutinued
thi f -eirch, and in the parlor, crouched be
hind tho organ, thay rnseovured the object
of their Mareh, a young, desporsto-looking
n-gro, M-9. Buchantn had armed bernelf
vitit an iroa pokei. and she bravely ad
vanced upoa the intruder with ovident in
tention of bringing her weapon down upon
the fellow's wooley-head; but the tatter
raised up nbout this time and ma le threat
ening demonstrations which scared tho
ladies and they give tho alarm, The negro
leated tlie cries more thin he did the poker
sad bent a h i.sty retreat, dashing through a
side door and out of the yard at a high rate
of speed. The alarm given by the ladies
a truuted the attention of Mrs. Savage
amou others, and she hurrie I to tbe first
telephone to summon the officers. The
conservators of tho peace were not slow to
iiu'. The neighborhood in which the out.
rage had been committed was Hcoured
closely and hastily by Irilf a doled "bold,
bad men," headed by Chief Myers on
horse-hack, and within an hour after the
burglary tho burglar w is in custody. He
was captured by Deputy Sheriff Guy Morse
and Mr. Williams, in a wood-shed not far
fiom the sceno of his depredation. Ho was
taken b ick aud shown to Mrs. Buchanan who
recogniz ed him as the right Icllow. But he
had shed his coat somewhere and had also
hidden the w itch, which up to this writing
had not been recovered.
SUE IS RIGHT.
Mrs Jane Grey Sisshelm Is a very pro
lific writer and occasionally says some
very good things. Bho used to bo nn un
compromising prohibitionist, but years,
experience, observation and travel have
chauged her convictions on that subjoct as
on others, Ono of tho good tbioits she has
recently said on the subject of prohibition
is that no other device of Satan was ever
so well calculated to weaken tho moral
sense of a community as this: that tho
manor boy or woman or girl who opeus
Obdo Lgvcq and.
Cor. 8th St. ft Wash. Ave.
PAINLESS COBN CUHI
TRY IT AND LIMP NO MORE.
his or her mouth and pours liqmr down
his or her throat is the ictim of the nun
who hand tho liquor act "s the couut-.-r.
Mrs. Swis-'ieliub' heves that a dealer win i
cu'rhes folks anl forcibly pours l-quor
down their tliroats is r.'sp'.iih.iiln t'nr the
consequeui is, and when he kimwinelv
furnishes any cue the means of L'Muiu
drunk, is ticcvsory to the cinif, sad
shouhl be pueMiel. But she holds that
th- mnu who oCts drui.k i principal iu the
crime. "As Ions.'.' she continue'. m tem.
perance ndv-icntes devote tin ir attention
to punishing the neces-orv instead i f the '
principal, si long are they demoralizing
public sentiment and d"iu Hn ainotint of
mischief that i simply incalculable. Their
entire work il; to tins time is to teaeli
liquor eelic-rs ar the only free m iraUgents;
that all either are lumps of doii-h to be
mojded at their plensure; that they n!or,e
are re-ponsible f. r tl f rin h'wu tiieach.
No one s tv ; th.j liquor de ih-r i rti.-eount-
able to G xl or in m ( r thu dee, Is ,i,,HB in
the body.' And, if t'i- r philosophy is
correct, all the drunkaid 1ms o do at the
last judgment is to p! ,y A I tin over again,
making the liquor s lur lake the place ed'
the woman Thou sravisf to be with me.'
The inebriate will cone Inline th hr of
Eternal Justice and pie id: 'Lor i, the'
liqiKT dealer Wh .in thou (h ist 8u;Tt to ho
with me, ho gave me toil I did drink,'
Then, as lru:.keiiiie,s is a dis-.-ise,' the
poor fellow will be root to tho hiupit il,
while the liquor dealer wi.l be hauled
over to '(hn worm t!ia' dieth not. and the
fire that is not q vncheJ.' "
Wo commend this sensible dissertation
of the prohibtiofiis's.
RAAB RIGHTING HIMSELF.
Mr. Riab, tlie Democratic (we hope the
expression may not nff-nd htm) state niper
indent of public instruction, has appointed
as his office j 'nitor and the aii-'tant of Mr.
Pillsbury, a t d-nt ymng colored m in, Mr.
E. C. D iwson, of Cli'cago. Mr. Dawson is
the son of Eider. J. B. Diwsou ol the A. M.
E. church. Anl noire than this: Mr.
Dawson is a sound D.in jcrnt. Ever since
he became a voter he has acted an i voted
with the Democratic par'y. He has rallied
thobiys for tho Democratic candidates
and has been powerful in speech and per
suasion. Jlr. Ruib Imp, t-ven in tho lace
of Pillsbury, appointed this Democrat to a
place in his office. Pillsbury may have
been misled by Dawaon'g color into the be
lief that Diwsm was, like himself, a Re-pub-dean,
but, if s i, ho is m'jtnken. Dawson
is a Democrat from the mound up. We
hope this information will not induce Mr.
Pillsbury to decapitate Mr. Dawon. He
ought to permit the Democratic superinten
dent to have at leant ono Democrat in his
afflce to keep him company in his politics.
We ask that Mr. Diwsou may be permitted
to remain iu Mr. Raab's office, if not be
causu of jiis Doiio::ratic p.ilitiiis why then
because of bis R 'p.iolici i color. We hope
that Mr. Ruth nriytnd ic? Mr. Pillsbury to
U'rant m this meek request.
CiptainMirk Cile,m charge of tho dyke
improvement at Grand Cham, was down at
The Halliday yesterday.
Mr. Jno. W. Turlsy, of Centralis, land
agent for the Illinois Central railroad com
pany, was down on busiuehs yesterday.
Judge W. P. SUmu, of Golconda, was
among tho guests at The Halliday yester
diy, on h;s wiy to Cincinnati to attend tlm
Graud Opera Festival there.
Dr. W. II. Mareiu and family did not get
awny Wednesday ni,dit as they expected to.
They fouud that the steamer Morgan upon
which they intended to go, would uot
reach New Orleans iu time for them to
catch the out-going steamer for Tampa
Bay, Florid i, sod that if they went on her
they would have to Uy over nearly a week
at New Orleans, waiting for tho next
steamer. They preferred to remain here
among their friends during this necessary
delay and therefore did not take the Mor
gan. They will therefore be with us a few
GOOD LOTS FOR SA.LE.
On Railroad street below 0;h, three lots
8, 0 and 10 block 15, 25 by 20 each, mak
ing 75 feet on- Railroad street and 20 feet
deep. For particulars apply at Buixetim
NoOcus in Una column il ren hint or I.-- u ki ii:.
ouu Insertion or l no pi r m.-i-W.
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IiKU W. V'i'f
JNo. f. lii:uiiEhiCK.
PUBLIC SAL. h
OF TOWN LOTS AT
Tuesday, Jamidry ;i0fli,
The now rMaMUbiid Conntv S,M o n,nr4
County, : tin, J k couti "I the DM,, nud M -is-ttppl
tttvers onoiil':r, ,).iim.
His .c.tou iou h-irn aud i)-si.t;fei piio.nj
fit truutd. forty f. it s'rtiie fhe (J ,,!., lh,
tn"-r..'-t huh IuliI t.i ih o rciuu- of t:u- m. I out
1 1 Llrs-o buI Nct Ooum. o, Mlo.c i.i.-l eililo
olti..' Eti'-h of KoiJ ' n e el.-i'sni (e.
lio liuililluk-t. tiflic , i tratiis at Wicn.: e
On Hip iu,0" " fid., o' if.. ..- t .;i.,',i, ,
the t.rmiLu o' thu dl oi. i; ,,lr I. mo. r d
ino Le. siolC Or. nti I M ,,,.), 1 ronrto.
Op the lioourl ..0..f ,!,. ri-.cr U it, i.-ruilnn.
ofhu Iruii Mnuutiio iid s. loii'-tn, aud ii j.o is
and lex Narr.jw unu.-..- lbl.r... (l.
A s Hi st oifai-turicjf , -ie ., id, il.- ti. iniiute.
rloi In thr M.i-Iwd Vs ly. 1 h r.- U al.tirUtit
r supurior ci'ia.itjr of UinN r, both hur l md sol-,
ibo l tif citvs, pot uk, fir.-. m .11 nxt entire,
nod li.rxhuslibltgnnt es of uae.l.ii tan . fur
th- niriuic:nr (,f .
Lotmntt.e atiove tew), ''d ff . jity town
' be offered fur rle on TVed , ih 3tih dav
of Ju-.iy JS-iJ
I'cfBi.tt .it eru'ltnth" sole can ! re( h p rot.rd t In
t'cki". froMhc Out F ,ri r I ,r h I r i'. and a
the M O.K It rroin lOvca'to Wlcklt n-o-rmi'diate
ts l.n.t ua:f r4ieJf ntli f1, ,he ,
C. K K. fin in Full. ,u aiid iotcru.i'dlau- ii.lnt
4 orj'n pi-r la in f..r r mii.o t-ln
f KKMsj op S iLK )i.e-'h t rh. und the
ba auce in nut-and lvo y. ar t b S pr c' tt- I u-r-tr-t
ou defarnsd pnjtututs. S. II JrilS.
H It VU ' El I.
.1 V. HffllVsl I R,
f. I' JOiiNS.
V F. HA .' f s.
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
ON'K XlCiTIT ONLY!
I'lrst aiiptaratiw hfre of the em tent C nr e'J an,
M. B. CURTIS
In hii romarkatiln Chariet.v Creation,
Sam'l 0 Poscn,
A played ov bl-n
In NEW YORK CITY.
Heervcd Seats for eale at Bl'DEK'S Jowuiry
Store. D'H she. t rear eu.
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
ONE NIGHT ONLY!
WEDNESDAY, Jan. 31, 188:..
Th? Re-flned Favorites and King Fun
uinkcrs of all,
Tlie Jolly Path-tinders.
In thelr.roroustrncti.'(l and linltabli Mtisieal Com
tidy Oddity ttf
Or 'Tuu at tho Pleasure Grounds."
Tbo Coraniinv ' made up of artlots of tbo very
blgboetOiarnntio "d Vocal KxcOkuce.
Thoentertalnmont Is lull of refined fun. mlci'd
with hits of fluo aclttig and dullcluue voc 1 ell'urls,
"B st .how of theSeaaou," tlieyail
Rettt fr aate at
BUDKR'H Jowolry Piore.
Prlcei : 'i M and It c.ntt.
No extra elisre lor