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Of 1C4AL PAPBR OF OITT AMD COUNTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice, lu thle column. Blunt coma par Una fr
Ireland". cente per line) each ul.eequent Ineer-
llou. For ou WMk, soceuta per una. ror out
n onlh, 60 cent pur lluo.
50c per Can,
Extra Select, at DeBaun'i.
Lilies IljjUurjat opposite Opera
House. Gut Botto proprietor, 11-30 tf
Fok OrsTGRS in any style the Grand
Opera Iwntaurant Lu trances on Co miner
rial and 7th street. 11-26 tf
New Blacksmith Shop.
A now horse shooing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Tenth street. All
manner of bUcksmithin and wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Wnrk done promptly. tf
at DeBaun', 3(1 Ohio levee.
"Hackmetack," a latint; and ftamaut
perfutre. Price 25 and 30 cents. 13
Pure Cod LivkrOil made from selected
livers, on the sea shore, by Casw.,11, Haxara
it Co, New York. It s absolutely pure
and sweet. Patients who have once taken
it prefer it to all others. Physicians haye
decided it superior to any of the other oiIb
CnAPrKD Hands, Face, pimplei, and
rough skin, cured by using Juniper Tar
Soap, made by Caswell, Hazard & Co.
New York. (2)
in market at DeBaun's 00 Ohio levre.
"Is there a man with soul so dead," who
bath surlered the miseries of a cough or cold,
yet neglected to try "Sellers' Cough Syrup?"
vbav hairs ottcn cuusc auuoyauce,
Parker's Hair Balsam prevents by restoring
the youth I ul color.
Farmers and others desiring a genteel,
lucrative agency buniness, by which f5 to
f 20 a day can be earned, send addresa at
once, on postal, to II. C. "Wilkinson & Co.,
195 aud 197 Fulton street. New York.
Sinum's Cure will immediately relieve
Croup, Whooping Cough and Bronchitis.
Over 250,000 Howe scale have been sold,
and the demand increasing continually.
Borden, Sellcck & Co., ageuts, 8t. Louis,
Mk. Lou, 760 20ad at., Chicago, 111.,
.ays: ,lBrown's Iron Ritters is the best
thing I ever used. Four bottles restored
If I had any skin or blood disease, like
totter, itch, scald head, pimples, sore eyes,
crofula, etc.. I would take "Lindsey's
Blood Searcher," sure.
50c. per Can,
Extra Selects, at Delhun's.
Grand Opera Restaurant opposite
Opera Houae up stairs, Back entrance on
7th street. Oysters in every stylo. 11-20 tf
A tfeueral Staiupetle.
Never ,wss such a tush made for any
Drug Store as is now at Harry W. tichuh's,
for a trial bottle of Dr. King's New Di-coveryfor-Consuinptiim,
Coughs and Colds,
All persons affected with Asthma, Bron
chitis. Hoarseness, Severe Coughs, or any
affection of the Throat and Lungs, can get
atrial bottle of this great remedy free, by
calling at above Drug Store. (4)
Allen's Biain Food bniaukial extract
treugthena the Brain aud positively cures
Nervous Debility, Norvouwess, Headirhe,
unnatural lossea, mmI all weakness of Gen
erative System : it never fails. $ pkg.;
6 for $3, At druggists, or Alleu pharma
cy, 815 First Ave., N. Y.
KiMoDvUann's, 5(1 Ohio levee.
Thb Wm. Ai.ba BAiiuiiK-siiiip is ine ol
the best appointed simp in the city; five
barbers all first-class workmen. Call at
this shop, Comin-iiciil aveiiue huxt the
Opera Hjusm and get hair-cutting, sham
pooning an I shaving doiio in an artistic
Having purchased the Ukury ol J.
Anthony, on Waathiugton aveuue between
8th and 10th streets, 1 prepared to offer to
the public at all times fresh hirad, cakes,
fcc. of tint best quality at the lowest piices
lo be found in the city. Call and see me.
13 ,8 f Jacob Lather.
.A- two-story brick housed frame addition,
""eight r.Kims in good repair. Carriage house
and cistern. A never-failing drivo-well.
Cornrr lots on Street Railroad. Enquire
of M. W. Mathews, or W. C. Xkwsum,
A Good Reatauraut.
. If you want, good meal call at Schoen
; tneyer Restaurant cor. lotb st. aud Wash
l" lug ave. ' Ouly 25 cts. for a regular meal,
and day boarding will find tha b.t ccm
i modation on reasonsblo terms.
12 27, 2m.
1 Notice is hereby givou that (b firm of
; J. Burger a Uro, of this city, is tbis day
dissolved by mutual consent, Samuel
Burger taking the business of the clothing
i etore, collecting an debts and paring all
; liabilities. J. Buanicn.
. B. Bi-Rota.
Catao, ItUf Jan'y 94, 1883.
Mardl Gras at New Orleans.
TlioOreat Jackson Koute, with itt ac
customed liberality, hua mado very low
ratea for those deBiring to attend tbo Mardi
Qras teatmtiea. Monday, February fltn,
will witness the reception of III8 MAJE3
TY HEX, and Tuesday, February 0th,
MARDI O HAS, the grandest display ever
yet soon in New Orloans. No one should
miss it. For full particulars see bills and
enquire of ticket agent. The rate from
Cairo to New Orleans and return is $14.00.
Sale of tickets will commence January
81st, 1883, and continue until Febrnary
0th, 1888. Good to return on or before
Sunday, February 1 1th, 1383.
J. 11. Jones, Ticket Agent.-
Notices In theae commas, tan eonts per line,
itch Insertion and whether marked or not, if calcu
lated to Toward nf mm' b'leineee internet are
The hit of the season! The "Our
Bachelor Cigar!" at Barclay Brothers'.
Ice continues to come down the Ohio
river, but iu detached lots which do no
damage and hinder nothing in the form ot
a vessel. The Mississippi river is nearly
clear owing to gorge above.
IIjw merit and ability alone count for
aoythiug in tho civil service maintained by
"the Grand Old Republican party" (State
Senator Crew s' favorite expression)! strong
ly set forth in an article on the first pigc
of this ibMie, taken from the Mt. Vernon
Schoolchildren will find True Bu.ix-
Tis scratch -books Nos. 2 and 3 lor sal at
Phil Saup's randy at re. tf
The Cairo Oil Mills are s.opped lor a
lew days to undergo some Decessary re-
pairs. 1hey have been running regularly
iora mown or longer ana win resume in a
few days. Large quantities of seed an? on
hand, and on the way here, which will feed
them throughout the season.
John llcrvej', the uegro hack driver,
gave notice to Magistrate Comings yester
day that he would take nn appeal from the
decision of the latter, revoking his, John's
license as a hack driver. The bond and
papors were duly filed and the case will
come up in the circuit or county court.
The streets of the city ate again full of
idlers, Clack idlers and white idlers, sick
idlers and healthy idlers, little idlers and
big idlers, jolly idlers and vicious idlers.
Their present in the streets is a never fail
ing accompauyuient to moderating weather
about this time of year, and it also calls
torincreawd vigilance on tho part of officers
if the law.
Plans are in course of preparation, for
a new residence to bo rected for and at
the instance of Mr. Ed. Deiania, of tho
City National bank, on the same lot on
Fourth street upon which stood the resi
dence lately destroyed by fire. The new
house will be a larger and finer one than
the old and will be quite an ornament to
An excursion train of five coaches ar
rivod last r.igbt about seven o'clock on the
Illinois Central, carrying a party of about
two hundred Iowa people, ladies, gentlemen
and children, all bound for New Orleans
to witness the Mardi Gras. The party was
to have been here in the morning, but was
snow-bound at Clinton, Iowa. Seventy -five
of them took Riippcr at The Halliday last
The card of Dr. 8. E. Strong, homwo-
pathist, successor to Dr. Marean. will he
found in another column of The Bulutin
this morning. Dr. Strong is a graduate of
one o the best medical collogcs in the
Unite'! States and had several years ex
perience in the practice of medicine be
fore coming to Cairo. His office will for
the prescut be at 128 Comnicrcia
over Tabor's jewelry store.
Crushed coke is next in point of clean
liness to bard coal and is an excellent sub
stitute for it; is sspecially adaptod to base
burners and for heating purposes, while
its cheapness recommends it on the score
of economv. The (
lias put in heavy machinery fur the pur
pose of crushing and preparing their coke
for domestic use aud the results are en
tirely satisfactory. Orders for crushed coke
left at the gas office ou Eighth street, will
rereivo prompt attention. flt.
The examination, of witneasrs for the
St. Louis & Cairo railroad company, at the
olheeol Messrs. Green & Gilbert, was con
tinued yesterday. The main point sought
to bo attained by the attorneys for the
company is that the City of Cairo has had
no title to Washington avenue beyond
Cross Levee, aud if it ever did have a title,
it forfeited it some years ago by failing lo
improve the property for public uses as a
street. Counsel for the road have admitted
thai their witnesses so far examined, did
not testify as strongly as they were expected
On Tuesday a white man in ahulpleas
ly, sick condition, was brought horo on the
Iron Mountain railroad from Charleston,
Mo. Where bo had come from to that
town, or whether lie was a citizen of that
place, we do not know, but the man staled
that th citizens or some citizens of Charles
ton had raisod a subscription, bought him
a ticket Tor Cairo and sent him hore to be
cared for by the authorities or citizens here.
1 1 1 luaJ.. I.!-
uieiiu mis way into the waiting room of
toe Illinois Central passouirer donnt .nrl
lay down on the bare floor. There be lay
until Thursday night, with no attention ox-
0A1R0 BULLETIN; SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 27, 188.
copt that ftiven him occasionally by those
charge of tbo depot and with little or notli
an to cat. That night, Dr. Wood was
notified, and became, gave the poor follow
- B0,uo medicHl wl,uf looked up the officers
of the Iron Mountain road and induced
them to take the sick mau back to Charles
The cane of tho young negro who en
tered the residence ot Mr. Buchannau
Thursday forenoon received some ui3re at
tention from tho officers yesterday. Chief
Mvem mniln ft fnrllipr examination of tlm
premises through which the fellow passed
iu the hope of finding the cast-off garment
nd the "planted" watch. He also took
a shoe from the fellow's foot and fitted it in
the tracks left In the mud along the route
run by the thief when be left Mr. Buchan
an's house. The shoe fitted exactly iu
theie tracks, and a careful scrutiny ot tho
several back, yard through which the
trucks led, cuded in the finding of a stray
woollen snirt or "lumper, hum: over a
The marshal took possession ot tho
find and went back to the jail, Ac examina
lirm nf.l.o r.nn .1.o ,o.l,l h..
that he carried a whole wardrobe on bis
bark. He had nve abirt on. one over the
other, and two pairs of pants. Three of the
shirts were woollen and two cotton, all of
different color?, h were alo the pints.
The chill dressed the fellow in the shirt
he ha 1 found, and made him change bis
pant atmut and then presented him
again to Mrs. Buchanan who declared pos
itively, the moment she saw him, that he
was the Bame man she had driven from her
h"U?e on Thurs.l iy. Hut the thief himself
persists in pliying the innocent victim of
the officers' mistake, wtneb, iu the light of
the strong proof against him, is a display of
stubborn, unreasonable faith in a hopeless
cause such as we had beiieved narrow
gunge railroad corporations had the lc
A day or two ago the two negro, ?,
Williams aul Washington, charged with
burglarizing the saloon and safe of Mr.
Patrick Fitzgerald, made a fi.ll coufessinn
of their crime to Mr. Fitzgerald but f jr
pruuenuai reasons tne Isct was to have
been withheld from the public until the
recovery of the still missing jewels. The
confession was prompted by the conviction
on the part of the thieves that their cates
were entirely hopeless, and that a trial by. a
jury would prove more disastrous to them
than would a plea of guilty. Mr. Fitzgerald
was permitted to visit the fellows in their
cell, snd af'terco.isultation between them
selves they agreed to tell all about the
matter. On tbo uight of tho robbcrv. after
miduight, one of the horses io Sir. Fitzger
ald's stable became very noisy and Mr. F.
arose and went down to see what was the
matter. P,ut all was quiet when he came
down and be went up-stairs again and re
tired. Tho prisoners stated that they were
on the opposite side of the street, saw Mr.
P.comedown, waited until he had retired of
which they were satisfied when they saw
him turn down the light, and then broke
in tho window pane by which they gained
entrance to the bar. They rolled the safe
out through the front door, then can'e i it
0Vi;r tt" "v"r "cross tho street and dropped
it from the sidewalk where it was foiiud.
They asseited that several men passed them
wh',e they were engaged in the cat, but
nothing, and of course, they have as
ffiuch contempt for the officers of the law
as criminals who have becen run down
alwRishave. They admitted jthat they got
tllu 8tuJs &uJ alH0 locket which Mr. F.
uau not missed, and that these w.;re "plan
tod" somewhere down-towu They refused
to tell just where, but promised that if one
of them were permitted to go down-town
with a certain officer and none other, he
would "turn up" the jewelry. They were
very penitent aud told Mr. F. that if they
but gut out of this icrape they would buy
him a new three-bundred-dollar safe with
in a week ufter their liberation. Thev
imagine that they are working the thins I
very sharp. All their tallr shows plainly
that they are conscious of the hoptileHsuess
of their cases in the hands of a jury, n rut
that they want to get out of the fix as easily
aspussilde, is quite natural, of course. Why
they should refuse to toll where the jewel
ry is and offer to produce it only on condi
tion that nnenf them be taken to the place
whatever place he may dictate, of course--and
be accompanied only by a certain
county officer and none other, is difficult to
understand on auy other hypothesis than
that they think that the who
is thus permitted to lead said
officer about town may gain some
advantage. Their offer to purchase Mr.
P. a new safe is all buncombe; their main
object ia to appeare Mr. F., induce him to
use all his influenco in their Tavor encom
pass their release even, ir possible, and in
that case they would laugh at the "slick"
manner in which they had hoodwinked their
victim. They deny that them was a third
party to the burglary. Thuy are hoggish
about the matter in this respect, claiming
all the credit for the- hriujHDt but lo thorn
now unpleasant exploit fr themselves;
but Officer Wims is positive that the fellow
Clemens, brought hero from Evansville by
Officer Hogan tho other day, ig th same
who stood on the sidewalk near to the
scene of the safe explosion at the time it oc
cured, evidently us the spy. There oiifht
to bo nothing douo that will in any way
mitigate the punishment proscribed by tho
law fully executed in cases of so serious a
character as this, and we are satisfied that
the office art not inclined so to do.
io FOLICE N0TE8.
- Yesterday was a lively day m the court
of Magistrate Comings. It seems that all
the inherent deviltry of the loose popula-
tion had been frozen up in their bosoms by
the lato cold suap and under the influence
of tho warm atmosphere burstod forth
simultaneously with the inu1 and slush in
John Sward whs drunk and was fined
one dollar and costs. Wm. Newman was
ditto and was Sued ditto.
I lumtner Martin who, is a character of
B.ol m P".,ice circl,J8' w" UP " h charge
ot assaulting another negro named Charles
oivel, naturally as vicious looking a crea
ture as ever wore wool and who was ren-1
dered doubly hideous to the iirht by
several long scars running along the side
of his beard, the marks ot former buttles
on the field of "honah." Charles swore
that Plummer, iu t friendly way, bad put
nis flngors into Charles' pockets, taken
therefrom a one dollar note and bad play-
"-v F-Uujr reiuaeu. ro give it up.
I H iniimr flint -AtM.. I i.
I llTifMl Pltlmmns O..U. i.--
vuoi ics uixarui B.DBTY SOU
u money; ana nna.ng that bis
re futile aa hli gentle
requeue una occn, Uliarles finally used
physical persuasion to recover bis dollar
from Plummer. Plummer i known to be
a hard rase and somewhat of an expert as
a wrestler and rough and tumble fighter;
but in Charles he had bis match for once,
Ho was knocked all over the sidewalk on
Ohio levee for several -minutes and the red
current ol hie streamed from several ugly
cuts iu the face. The sport was stopped
' ' " iuiiiiui
punisiimeiii. 1 Ins ill et'ect was the state-
mcut of Charles in pleading bis case and
of others who saw the fun. Deums David
another negro, supported Charb-s
his version. But the whole testimony
proved tint Chas. had been theaggresoor in
the fight, t crefore Plummer wasdis-harged,
an 1 Charles was taxed ten dollars and costs
foi attempting to regain bis dollar (if he
lost any at all as he claimed ) in an unlawful
Dennis David, Sivols' partner, was very
m ug larji at nils turn ot anairs , but was
I 1 . ... U!. c I- I.I
,U'JU " 1 r""",B u' amr9
nji nii'.j , (iigiui IC'I HJ,'lUDt mill llj 1110
officer, two or throe of whom swore that
he had not, to tho best of their knowledge,
been guilty of perpetrating an boneat job
for a number of mouths back. Dennis was
tiucd oue hundred dollars and costs by the
court, which naturally leads us to conclude
that, in the opinion of the cmirr, at least,
it is ten times worse not to be guilty
of doing a lawful j ,b than to be guilty of
1..in.. nn U I. I.. '
u"in- an uinan lui UUL-. OUCH S conclusion
is certainly in accord with the old saying
that idleness is the father of wickedness,
0r Per80TaQC Kan virtue,
words to that effect
Jno. Hervcy, hacktuan and hotel runner
by birth by occupation one of the most
dissolute and troublesome negroes io the
townj was up yesterday for violating section
43 of chapter 9 of the Revised Ordinances,
which declares that "every runner
who hhall be guilty of any
.. i . . ...
nam, cueav misrepresentation or
imposition shall forfeit and pay to the city
a sum not lets than five uor uioru than fifty
dollars for each and every offense; and the
Magistrate before whom the conviction is
had, may in his disorction, enter up, as a
part ofthe judgment, the forfeiture of his
license. Aa stated Johu has been a most
troublesome fellow in various ways. He is
the terror of tho travolers at our depot and
wharf boats, and of all the runners in the city
the one m st complained of to tho offlcers.
In this case he had persistently told ugly
stories about a certain boarding house down
town when plying his "profession"' among
passengers for a vival house. Whether
theae stories were true or not was no part of
the question; they might have been true, in
fact t!iere is reaaon to believe that some of
them were true. But John had been so per-
iatcnt a 0w ofthe law and so persist
eiu a msregaroer oi iue several essons
L 1 1 P . 1
given him in the form of fines, that fore
bearance ceased to be a virtue. Ho was
fiued ten dollars and costs byjthe court and
his lieeusewas revoked, at which thero will
be rejoiciug among the many who have
been annoyed by him.
This charming comody drama, famous for
having the longest mid summer run ever
known iu America, will be presented to the
theatre-goers of this city on the above date,
and will be interpreted by his original and
entire company and the same which sup
ported Mr. Curtis during bis brilliant New
York engagements. "Sam'l of Poscu" is
well-known all over the length and breadth
of tho laud as tho most successful and ab
sorbing play of the day, and everywhere it
bm b,'(,n groi,0(1 by Uri R,ld "thuitic
RUl,,cnceH - fll xn" l W tlio only por-
toruiuiicu or this dramatic marvel this sea
son, those desirous of attending should
make early application for soats, which can
be reserved at Budor's Jewelery store.
Diko. Yesterday morning at half past
seven o'clock, of erysipelas complicated
with teething troubles, Bruuo Isadore, in
fant son ot Mr. E. 13. and Mrs. M. A.
Tettit, aged ten months and twenty
The funeral will be held to-day at Bt.
Joseph's church, atone o'clock p.m. 'The
funoral train will , leave Twentieth street
lor Villa Ridge at 2 o'clock, Fricndi of
the family are invited.
Cor. 8th St. Wash. Ave.
PAINLESS COHIST CUBE
TRY IT AND LIMP NO MORE.
HIGH SCHOOL EXERCISES.
Ehidav, Jan. 27,
The meeting was culled to order by the
presiden , Mitb Alice Henderson. Mig
Amy Wil on, a socrctury, read the minutes
"f 'he la-t mating, aN. )w ciiiie'a report,
winch was written in the form of a
Alter a little new business ha.l
tended to, the lol
iwing pr pgiHinine was
carried out :
.ringing, jiszt. I hose Hmiuils," by the
societv: rer.iuii,,,. "M,i..;n'.i jm...
.niwi AUiiie Chrihtman; declamation
"Hevolutionary Rising," by . M. Stratton.
Then came an instnunental solo "dom-
nambula," by Miss Winty Dunning, fol
lowed by a declamation, by Wood Kittea
hou.se, entitled "Words and their Uaes;"
and the "Battle ot Monterey," by Will
Gilbert came next.
This was followed by a ti.., by our
worthy profes r, K. S. Clark, entitled
"Heart Bowed Down." A select reading
ll"l I X I ... . .
vjremness oi a ui-,n. ov nivid L, na
paper, "High Sch.M, Disp.tcli." by
.Miss ISannie Lents; instrumental duet, "II
Corricola," M isses A lit e Henderson and
Willie Red; resritati.ni by Mis Winty
Dunning, ontiticJ "The Rallml ..f the
Oyster Man;" declamation, by John
Fisher; instrumental duet, "Granl
WaltzJBrilliont," Mlesrs Amy Wilson and
Mamie Lent.; declamation, "Charley
Machree," Miss Mamie Stratti-n; original
p0em eDtiP(, ow ,,fid Iw
Fashion Tried to Keep House Together;"
Hinging, "Our Hinner of Glory," bv the
I he excrcibos were largely attended by
persons other than scholars.
Failure of tho Com Crop.
l.TI . 1.
k uave u?eu irouoieo io several vears
with very pain''ul corus, and tried numerous
remedies, and failed to receive any benefit
until i uscii St. Jacobs Ui!," writes Mr. A.
Liffer, 206 New York avenue, Jersey City,
Miss Mollio Dodge, of Anna, is visiting
Miss Ella Armstrong in this1 city since
Mrs. Dugan, wife of Captain Reese
Dugan, is visiting the family of Mr. Chan.
Mr. R. H, Cunningham left yesterday
afternoon for Springfield, tobegoue several
days on business.
Major Pierce, of Golconda, aud bis
daughter May, passed through this city on
their way south Wednesday.
Mr. S. 9. Foster returned yesterday to
his home in Alton. ' Mrs. Foster whom he
came hero to viait in her severo illness is
Mr. Dupont, advance agent of the Milton
Noble's troupe, was in tho city, at The
Halliday yesterday. His troupe will be
here one day not in the distant future.
Mayor Thistle-wood returned yesterday
from Pulaski, but left again laht night to
attend tho funeral of his brother David,
which takes place at Mason, 111., to-day.
Mr. Wm. Raird, ol Wilmington, Dele
ware, t viBiting his brother, Street Com-
misKioner Robert Raird, in this city. He
came up from the south where ho ""journod
several weeks for pleaaure.
Captain Wm. M. Murphy returned yes
terday from Ruetia Vista, Ohio, where lie
had boon called several daya beforo by a
di ipatch announcing the aeriotis illness of
his mother. When he arrived there bo
found his mother much better, and ho left
her In a fair way to recover entirely.
Dr. C. W. Dunning was called lo Mound
City about 3 o'clock yeeterday afternoon,
by a telegram iiuuouiiciug a most aorious
turn in tho condition of Captain llambleton.
At this writing, 10 o'clock p. in., we have
not heard of his return, or nuwa from the
bedside of Captain Hambletoo.
Pcci dogs as nets .have had their day
amongjho extremely fashionable, but colds
never go out of fashion, bo that it Is always
necessary to know that Dr. Bull's'Cough
Syrup is a sure euro for all coughs and
GOOD LOTS FOR SALE.
On Railroad street below 0th, three lota.
8, 0 aud 10 block 15, 25 by 20 each, mak
ing 75 feet on Railroad atroct and 20 feet
deep. For particulars apply at Buiaitik
Nutlcea In thle columa tliree llm-e or -,K
'"""' r pir weua.
lKl-.n.' AMJ A, Hlxib aire
. J aIr"ir ni Warranty Deeda at the
Job office Tft Ohio !. 1 "UBU'""
L OK HALI.--Ourlriji at Haudueky d'isirabj
- el her da.ry, ,tock or 4.ftai1f farm or
coml)lnca.cllT.dr..ra e.iort iTme onlr
OKO W. yut'l M
.'NO. P. BKODKHICI
OF TOWN LOTS AT
Tuesday, January .iOtli, 18Ji
The bow fetabll.hed Count fiet 0- r.iu
?':"' l,hu l"on of the OMo.nU Ml.,
sil.pl Rivers o.r,oi!te Cairo, llltnoia
Ilia .octlon U on a bi?h anil beautiful plan
Of Kroiind, fortv f-i t ahor.. th.. i.it.. ... "!
neren bi-h land t. tuo l. rn.iuu. of tho bt. I.ou
h caito aud New Orleane. end M,.tin ,
Kallroaita Kachof ea'd. Knade I ae tlauaut
pot bntldlDca, office., .Me trarj, .! wTrkllff
On the oppose M. i.l tl, rlr iu Dllnoli
the termlnu. or the ll!l,l0l. C t.tr .l, '
loruuf.. aod Cairo and St l.oul. Itallrcaw
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CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
ON K MUHT ONLY!
rlrit appearance berc ofthe eminrnt Comedian
M. B. CURTIS
In his remsrkahle Character Creation,
Sam'l o Poscu,;
Aa played by him
I.v NEW YORK CITY.
lteaerved 8eats for dale at BL'DEICS Jewelry 2
Store. Box iheet now odcii. f
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
ONE NIGHT ONLY!
WEDNESDAY, Jan. 31, 1883.
Tint Relined Favorites and King Fun-
makers of all,
The Jolly Path-finders.
In their rocouilrnctud and luiltalil'i Musical Com
edy Oddity of
Or "Fun at the Fliwnre Ground."
Th I'mnniiiie la made UD of artlaltof the very
hliibuat Dramatic and Vocal Kxcellence.
Tha nntortnlnAient I full of refined fun. anlecd
with lita of ll do acting and dollcli.ua vocal eil'orta.
"Best Show of the Season." thev all
Reata for tela at BUDKR'8 Jewelry Hlot.
rrleat i Sft, to and Tt eente .
No extra charm tor