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THB DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: 'SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 28, lSi-3.
THE DAILY DIJILETIN
OFriCKi SO. 78 OHIO LEVEE.
ENTKHKO AT TUB CAIKO POHTOFFICK FOB
TllANHMIHHION TUHOUOII THE MAILS' AT SEC;
OJiD CLASS RATEB.
oV10iaL FAPKKOF CITV AND CUCMTT
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Noiiff Ik iui couioin, euni ciiu pet Ho for
lrt aud ttve cnt liar im ';ni0Mti'"ni.iu.i-
lnn Vnr nn trwk. Slf'lH Pf lillfl. KlW OPS
I. OQth, 80 cauu I't Una.
50c per Can,
Extra Select, at DelUun'a.
La-lies Itjjtuurtiit oi)i)t)bito Opera
flmisa. Qui Ilitto proprietor, 11-20 tf
Fob OysTKiis in any stylo go the Grand
Onora Restaurant Entrances on Oomuier-
c.sl ami 7rli street. 11-20 tf
New Blacksmith Shop.
A. new horse shoeing shop has been open
ed bv Mr. P. l'owers ou Teuth street. All
manner of bkcksruitbing aid wagon work
done to order. Rupairing worK a specialty
Work douo promptly. tf
at DeBaua's, 50 Ohio levee.
'Hackmbtack," a lasting and fragrant
perfutrc. Price 25 and 50 cents. 18
in market at DeBaun s 50 Ohio levee.
"Is there a man with soul ao doad," who
bath suffered the miseries of a cough or cold.
yet neglected to :ry "Sellers' Cmiith Byrup?"
Farmers and others desiring a (rented,
lucrative agency business, by which f 5 to
$20 a day can be earned, send address at
onno, on postal, t) V. C. Wilkinson & Co.,
105 and 197 Fulton street, New ork.
SuiLon'a Cure will immediately relieve
Croup, Whooping Cough and Bronchitis.
Over 250,000 Howe scale have been sold.
and the demand increasing continually.
Borden, oulleck & Co., agents, St. Louis,
Mr. Lod, 700 22nd st, Chicago,- 111.,
says: "Brown's Inn Bitters is the best
thing I ever used. Four bottles restored
If I ha l any skin or blood disease, like
tett'T, itch, seal! head, pimples, sure eyes,
scrofula, etc.. I would tuko "Liodsey's
Blood Searcher," sure.
50c. per Can,
Extra Selesta, at DeB tun's. i
Grand Opeiu Rotauriut opposite
Opera Uhho up stairs, Back entrance on
7th street. Oyster in every style. 1 1-20 tf
A General Stampede.
Never was such a rush nude for any
Drug Store as is now at Hany W. Schuh's,
for a trial bottle of Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds,
All persons affected with Asthma, Bron
chitis, Hoarseness, Severe Coughs, or any
affection of the Throat an i Luhks, can get
a trial bottle of this great remedy free, by
calling at above Drug Store. (4;
Allen's Brain Food botanical extract
atreujjtbcna the Bruin and positively cures
Norvooa Debility, Nerv iuxn'.s, Headache,
unnatural om aud all wcuknes of Gen
erative System; it never fails, fl pkg.;
6 for $3, At druguiits. or Allen's Pharma
cy, 115 First Arc K. Y.
I was troubled with Chronic Catarrh
snd gathering in my head, whs fury deaf
at times and hud diachargeB from my ears,
besides Iteing unable to breath through
my nose. Before the secn 1 bor.le "f Elys'
Cream Balm was exhausted I was cured,
and ti-di ci)y "und health. C. J. Cor
bin, V2i Chestnut street, Field Mansuei
Pliiladc!phia Pu'. IfHi e, Pi.
i to DeBaua's, jt) Ohio leoe.
Tok Wm. Alba UAkBP.H-nr is one ol
the best appoiuted lio, in th r,: ; five
barbers all tiit-cUs wmLuicu. Ht
this shop, Cimiu ircial avenue ncit th
Opera li iu to aud gft luir-outiin, sham
pooning a'i.1 s'iavinr; don't In mi artistic
the ' iikcrv o J.
Anthony, on Wastninuton avonu botweeu
9th and 10th atreeis, 1 prapared to oiler to
the public at all titut's fresh bread, cakts,
4c. of the best quality at the lowest prices
to bj fund in the city. Call and sue oio.
13-12-tf . Jacob Lat'ER.
A two story brick houe, frame addition,
eight rooms in good repair. Caniago houo
acd cistern. A never-failing drive-well.
Corner lots oq Street Railroad. Enquire
of M. W. Mitheirs, or W. C. Newiu.x,
A Gooi Iiehtaurant.
If ym wants good moal cnll at Sclioen.
tneycr's Restaurant cor. lOih st. and Wash
ing ave. Only 23 us. for a regular meal,
and day boarding will Hnd i)8 !.,,( nccoru
mod nt ion on reaoaable terms.
Mardi Uras at New Orleann.
TheGro.it Jackson It ue, w'utt Its ac
customed liberality, has uiado vury low
rates for those desiring tft-atlend the Mardi
Oras lobtirities, Monday, February rth
will aitnesa tlio reception of HIS MAJKd
TY KKX, ud Tuesday, February 0th,
MARDI ORAS, the grandest dispUy over
yet aeeb In Nw Orleans. No ono should
miss it. For full particulars see bills and
enquire or ticket sgi,t. The rata from
Cairo to Now Orluans and return Is 114.00.
. I Bale of tickets will rommenco January
8lif, 1883, and continue until Fobrnary
6th, 188U. Good to return ou or befuro
Buodsy, February 11th, 1883.
J J. H.Jokm, Ticket Agent.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notlcea to tho coiamni, ten ent par Una,
rh I artloti tad whetbur roarkad or not, if calcii-
lntadto fnw'diar miu's baimeit lulxruti are
art way paid for.
Mud, muddy, muddier,
Matter of local interest will be found
oo 1st and 3rd pages.
Bad weather has stopped work on the
Mound City cemetery road.
Don't forgot the Cairo Social Hop at
Armory Hall, 10'h street, Tuesday night. It
Rev. T. 8. Lowe will hold servico this
morniog end to-night st the Baptist
church at the usual hours. Suuday school
at 0:30 a.m.
Ice was heavier iu the Ohio yesterday
than before this winter, excepting the night
belore wheti the heaviest of the scatou
The hit of tho sewou! The "Our
Bacholor Cigar!" nt Btrclay Brothers'.
An aesthetic concert with oyster soup
(not aesthetic), is booked for Hartman's
hall nut Thursday night. The entertain
meet is given by the ladies of the EpUco'
1 here will Be no tuornin,' or evening
service at the Presbyte'ian church to-day,
owing to tho state of the repairs in pro
gresi; but Sunday schoul will be held at
8 o'clock p.m
Three casts of disorderly conduct aud
ono of in lecent conduct were tried in
Magistrate Comings' court yesterday, and
two of uovarnifched drunkenness in Justice
Schoolchildren will and The Bulle
tin scratch-books Nos. 2 aud 8 lor sale at
Phil Saup's candy staia. tf
This morning at 10:30 o'clock the Holy
Commuuiou will be celebrated at the
Church ol the Rjdeemer; at 11 o'clock
morning piyer; Suuday school at the
uauul hour and evening service at 7:30
Berry Brown is the name of the young
darkey who is under arrest for having
broken into the residence of Mr. Buchanan.
Tho evidonro against him is not so strong
as it was. The overslurt or jumper found
on the fence proves to bo tbe property of an
Tickets for the Mystic Krew's Masquer
ade Ball can be had at Paul G. Schuh's,
Frsnk Henley's and Harry Schuh's drug
stores, Phil II. Saup's candy storo, Paul U.
Schuh's cigar storo, Daniel Hartman's
queensware hr.f and Buder'e, Burnath's
oud Tuber's jewelry stores. tl.
Both houses ol cingress have passed
the two ceut postage bill the only differ
ence butwecm them is tbe senate wants it
to take effect on July 1, next, as it is the
ginning of a new fiscal year; and the
bouse imposes to havo it take fiTct Janu
ary 1, 1834, so as to give the depanment
time to work off the three cent stamps on
Some dsys ago James Kelch, who
lately entered iuto a copartnership with Mr.
Louis C. Herbert in the gas fitting business,
disspptsred suddenly and without warn
ing any one. His whereabouts has not yet
been discovered and Mr. Herbert is
nowcondu'itiug the business in his own
name. With Mr. Kelch disappeared also
about $150 of the firm ' money.
Lives there the man with soul so dead,
that to himself baa not said this is my last,
u.y only chance to enjuy myself at a good
dance and your only and last cuauce is
the Mystic Krew's Grand Masquers lo Ball
at Hartmaa's Usil, ou Mirdi Oras. Dou't
forget it. Prepare your costume and cu
joy youia-df to your heart's content. It.
A bili is beforo tho Nebrak legisla
ture providing that women om ployed in
either stores, offices, or schools shall be
furcibbod chairs on which to rest when
their duties will permit, the employer who
neglects this to be fined from 10 to $300,
and to be committed if be doesn't pay the
He will also bo liable for damages to
tue womsu whoso health is injured by bis
ncgleci. It ou;;ht to boconie a law.
The exatmna'ion of witnesses for the
St. Luis and Cairo railroad company was
coutiuued yesterday t the office of Mcssr".
Green. & Gilbert. The most prominent
among the Gvo or six witnesses exsmmed
was Alderman C. O. Patier. Some docu
mentary evidence, consisting of deoJs and
decrees, wa also offered, Court ad
journed to meet again to-morrow morn
-The time it rapidly drawing near for
the great event ol the day-The Grand
Masquerade Ball of the Mystic Krcw nt
Hartman's Hull, Feb'y 6th. Those who in.
tend to prepare their own costumes should
be busying themselves aoout it. There is
not much time to spare and you should not
miss this opportunity of joining in tho
Krew's festivities. You may not have
Knottier such chance. it,
The weather report last evening wai
not favorable to achinge ot temperature at
this point. Thciuwaaa fall of tempera
ture at those points which usually govern
this station, but it was probably too slight
to have any pcrceplible eff et here. Rain
was reported from Cincinnati, Lotilsvillo,
Memphis, Nanhvlllo, Pittsburg and Shrove
rort. At this point the rain fall was
tho heavient and, for the tw.mty-four hours
ending at 3:lf p. oi. yesterday, measured
The Illinois winter wheat crop is rep
resented by the agrlcullursl department of
the state to be in tho northorn division
oe pir cent, less lu aoreage and two pr
cent, less in condition than an avenge; in
the central division eijht per cent, above
in ucreage and slightly in condition above
average; In the southern division half the
wheat area five per cent, above in acreago
but sixteen per cent, below average in con-
dition. Just howcondition can be sized up
at this time, when much of the ground is
under snow, is not plain. '
-Crushed coke is next in nnint ,f elean-
llnrss to hard roal and is an Bclle.,t nob."
stitute for it ; ia sspecially adapted to base
burners and for heatinsr mirnos,. whii0
its cheapness recommends it on the ocoru
of ecouomy. The Cairo City Gas Company
hag put in heavy machiuery for the pur
poso of crushing and preparing their coke
for domestic use and the remits mo en
tirely satisfactory. Orders for crushed coke
'left at tbe gas office on Eighth stree1, will
receive prompt attention. Ct
The Bells ot Corneville or Carnival,
have fixed a day, some time in March we
belijve, for the production before the pub
lie of tho opera upon which they Lave
been practicing for some time. The opera
is a beautiful one, at least so say those who
have heard it and ought to know. The
several parts have been assigned to mem
bers who have been practicing diligently
for a week, Trek and a half r two weeks
back. The presentation if nothing hap.
pens to prevent it will be a musical treat.
There is good reason to bjheve that
three or four two-story brick stores will be
erected on Commercial avenu easterly
side, just above tho Vincent building. Tbe
owne rs of the lots have given the matter
serious attcntiou and had even decided to
put up the buildings as stated, but the
presence of the livery stablo next to these
lots caused one of .them to hesitate. It' is
understood, however, that by next spriug
an agreeaoie settlement will Oe arrived at
and tbe improvement will be made.
Vbjut 3 o'clock Friday night a negro
picked up a tub of butter on one of the
wharfboats and deliberally walked off with
it. Watchman Law saw the act and shot
at tho man who dropped the butter and
scampered up the levee and away, Tl e
watchman had seen tho fellow lounge about
tho boat In a suspicious way, and ia order
to test him had placed the tub of butter in
a convenient place and concealed himself
near it. He was not disappointed: the
negro smelled tbe bait and bit with a vim,
but to his sorrow soon after. Mr. Liw be
lieves that he wounded tho fellow.
Liunng wot disagreeable spells of
weatiier like the present, ono does not feel
like performing ths usual duties with tho
vim and energy that bright and tmnshiny
weather brings our ardor is dampened
and we feel like doing as little ss we pos
sibly can. Notwithstanding the unpro-
pituous weather, the Mystic Krew are
bending all their energies to jnake the
Mardi Gras festivities all that tbey prom
ise aud that is the jolliest, happiest
and most supremely hilarious occasion of
the season. Don't forget the date Tuesday
Feb'y 6. n.
Othr count!.. who were affl ctcd with
tumble- lown court houses and jails had the
objectionable things removed by fire and
are now happy in the prospect of being
hau Jsonvdvjfcinibiirsed for such loss
Alexande rcouoty is also afflicted with a
dampoortxeuw for a court house and J-s.il,
hut a kind Prnvidenco, or an over-carful
and vigilaut jiilur, or both, ontrive to pre
serve tho unsightly ruins with aggravating
obstinacy, apparently much beyond tbe
period wh.-n, by the laws of gravitation,
such things usually take a drop. It is tvi
dent that Alexander will not profit by the
example of ber si-ter Counties of Pulaski
The prudent wintiir is regarded as the
most ramarkable experienced for many
yean, so far as the degree and duration of
cold are concerned and thia remark ap
plies, not only to America, but Europe also.
In Italy, the temperature has tallen as low
us zero; in England, 5 degrees below; in
Spain and Po.tugal, 10 bolow; in (lolland
and Belgium, 12 telow; in Germany, 82 be
low;m Ru-sin, 40 hylcjw; in Djniuark, 07
and io British North America it baa gone
below 70. Tin-re ia one compensation for
this extreme cold in northern latitudes, and
that is tbH fact that, within certain limits,
the lower range ol the thermometer U riot
more uncomfortable than tho higher tem
pt raturo, with tho greater moisture, if more
Just about this time last year wo bad
water everywhere, and all our citizeussuf
fered more or less from tho threatened
oveiflow. The Mystic Krew shared in the
general misfortune and tbe bull proved a
fluaucial failure after tho most elab irate
preparation. The difficulties encountered
were unforeseen, but this year tho boys
belicvo they have the edge ou the water
and are goiug ahead and Intend, if any
thing, to eclipse the efforts of last year.
They believe their star ia in the ascoudent
and their efforts this year will be crowned
with a brilliant victory that will compen
sate for tho disaster of last year. Their ef
forts to afford amusement for our people
should bo Ineourauod. We hopo to ace
Uartmau's Hall filled to overflowing on
Mardi Gras night, n,
Tho following letter, dated January
23d, to Mayorltjodof I'aducah, from Mr.
J. C. Allen, president of the Toledo and
Texas narrow gaugo road, the route for
which at last reports was being surveyed
from Benton direct to Cairo, , will interest
readers of ThiBuuxtin: ''It is my pur-
pose to visit Metropolis and your city about
the first of February to confer with your
puople in regard to the building of a line
of road from a connection with the T. T.,
& R. G. at or near Marion, III., to your
place. Our financial arrangemuutsare now
uch as to insure the building of tho T., T.
& It. O, railroad' duriug the coming season.
And the proposed liue from Marion to a
Point oppose your city meets with much
lV0T Wltu ,ue UlBt WUJ UK0 "ona. a8
uutg m 4 Propoamon to continue tue line
"uni jour place In the direction ot Selma,
Ala. If we can get a practicable line from
Marion to Metropolis, and a reasonable
amount of local aid, we could place our
bonds so ns to realize out of them enough
money to com pinto and equip the road.
If nothing happens to prevent, I will be in
your place by tin 21 of February, when the
complete organization of tho company xm'I
ue erected tot work ou this I de of the
-Almost as many peoplu are flocking to
Cincinnati t ) witness tho grand opera fenti
val there, as to New Orleans to seo the
Mardi Gras celebration. Both those thingi
will be worth goiug hundreds of mile's to
attend; but perhaps a grander affdr than
either of these will be the dramatic festi
val to be given at Cincinnati on the 30th
of April next. We are led to this couclu
sion by the fact that among those who are
to take part in tbe performance are Juo
McCullougb, Lawrence Barrett, James E.
Murdock, Mary Anderson and Clara Mor
ns. l He scenery tor the occasion is to be of
the finest and is to be produced under the
direction of Mr. DeWitt C. Waugh, who, by
the way, is an uncle of Mr. E. E. Eilis of
of this city. Tbe Chicago News Letter
says of Mr. Waugh : "He is reekoned by
critics one of the leading scenic artists of
the country. The h'storical research, even
the most minute detaiia, ss displayed in his
work, is simply aston'shing, snd after ex
araining them one will wonder at the en
thusiasm of Barrott : 'Mr. Waugh.' said ho,
turning to the artist, after a long perusal
of some of his models, 'I must cultivate
you. iou are a great teacher, and I hope
to profit much by your wealth of historical
lore. 1 did think that I was something
ot n student iu such matters, but your work
here is to me'simply astounding.' "
During the week ending yesterday the
following transfers of real estate were re
corded in tbe otHco of Circuit Clerk A. II.
E. M. Titus, et ux. to Mary F. Fitz-
gerald; speciul warranty deed, dated Jan.
17 h, 1883, for lot numbered 8. in block
Dumoered 05, iu the City ot Cuiro.
B. F. Blake, et ux. to II. E. Spaulding;
trust deed, dated Jan. 5t'i, 1833, for lot
numbered 80, in block numbered 72, In tbe
City of Cairo.
Chealey Haynes to H. E. Spaulding;
trust deed, dated December 1st, 1882, for
lots numbered 23 and 24, in block num
bered 19, io the city of Cairo, excepting 10
feet from easterly sido thereof.
Francis Kline, et. ux. to H. E. Spauld
ing; trust deed, dated July 27th, 1882, for
lot numbered 4, in block numbered 1, in the
Second addition to the City of Cairo.
James P. C line, et. ux. to Wm. S. Scott;
special warranty deed, dated January 23d,
1383, for lots numbered 7, 8, 9 and 10, In
block numbered 13, in Hodges Park.
Taylor snd Parsons to John Burgois;
special warranty deed, dated December
13th, 1882, for part of southwost and part
ol oorthwest, section 28, tewuship 17, range
Alex. H. Irvin et. ux. to Richard Fitz
gerald; deed, dated January 25tb, 1888, for
easterly half of northeast and southeast,
section 9, township 17, range 2.
Mary E. RandoltoW. O. V. IUndol;
warranty deed, dated January 18th, 1833,
for westerly half of southeasterly quarter of
eectiou7, township 14, range. 3,
Dr. II. Warduor, of Anna, paaaed through
the city yesterday.
Mr. L. Pino, of the Siuger works is
again iu tho city aince Thursday.
Mayor Ihistlewood will return from
Mason, III., to-day.
News from tho bedside of Captain
Ilambletonof Mound City yesterday, was
not encouraging. Dr. Dunning returned
late Friday night and went up again last
night. A St. Liuis physician baa been
telegraphed lor. Captain Hambleton's
ailment appears to be a complicated one.
Hon. Daniel Hog an was at The Ualliday
yesterday. The legislature .of Illiuois
takes three days recess every week now,
giving members an opportunity to go
home every Saturday and return in time
for roll-call Tuesday. Each member's five
dollars per day goes oo, though, "Alice
sam e, so bo."
JUST RECEIVED FROM ST. LOUIS,
AT MRS. S. WILLIAMSON'S
A complete and elegant line of masquerade
costumes. Also an elegant' line of real
laces and Irish point embroideries. Ladles
and geuta will save money by calling and
purchasing beforo going elsewhere, lw.
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 aoyooo,
If you want a situation,
If you have a house to rent,
If you want to rent a house,
Advertise in Tub Catao Bulleiim.
Cleanses, Beautifies and Preserves tho Teeth;
contains no Pumice Stone or other ingredient
that can possibly injure the Teeth.
HEALTHFUL AND PLEASANT IN ITS USE!
TRY IT, IF ONLY A SAMPLE, AND BE CONVINCED.
Oliio Leveo and.
Cor. 8th St. ft Wash. Ave.
Tho week before the Lenten season sets
in, throughout the country is generally de
voted to worshiping tho God ot fun and
lrolie, and with Mardi Gras io the south,
aud mask ba Is and irroletquo o'reet pa
rades in the north, the week ia bubbling
over with pleasure while the faithful are
thereby enabled to bolster themselves uf.
flciently to enable them to w'rlmtaud the
rigor of a forty day fast.
Capt. Thomas W. Shields has rendered
it possible for Cairoites to enjoy tho carni
val week iu a manner at ouce moro rational
and entertainiug by providing a aeries of
first-class drams'ic entertainments at the
First on tbe tapis is Sun'lof Posen. who
offers his wares at a lowir figure thu can
be purchased in 'Nie Yourreck," at the
Opera House, lues lay evening, Jan. 30'h,
and as everyone knows what the inimita
ble Curtissis in this famous character, tbe
simple announcement of his appearance
here will insure a full house. Wednesday
evening, January 31, tbe Jolly Pathfln lers
take the boards, and although strsngeis to
us, we are assured by those who have
witnessed their pi romances and the
many nattering presa articles, that tbe
combination is first-class, and gave
funniest possible line of musical
and absurdities. We dosiro to state in jus
tice to tbePathflcderj, that their entertain
ment in no way, shape or torm, resembles
the R'jnfz-Satitley troupe which showed
here last week, and that well filled silken
hose cuts no figure whatever io the per
Friday sn l Siturd iy, February 2d and
3d, Cairo's general favorites, Milton No-
bb with a sple idid comedy company pre
sent '"Interviews," a ne pUy written by
Mr. Nobles aud "Phoenix" with which wo
are all tatnili ir. Noble never yet vi ited
Cairo without receiving a full bouse, and
an enthusiasms welcome, and ft is not
probable that he will be neglected on this
Monday evening the "Myths," which tho
same is not a mythological organization a.
its name would seem to 1 imply,
will give one of their moro than pleasant
dancing parties at Tbe Halbday. while
Mardi Gras night will by given over to tbe
"100 Wives" combination at tbe Opera
House. We feel satisfied that the above
fine line ot entertainments will furnish
amusemeut sufficient to please tho most
Died. At Ho Iges P.uk, Jauuary 20th,
1883, James McGrifflo, aged flfiycight
ycara. The funornl will take place from
the resideoco of hia sister, Mrs. B. Mo
Manus, corner of Fourteeutb street and
Commercial avenue in this city on Sunday,
Jauuary 28th, leaving tho house at half-
past one o clock p. in. and procoedlug to
St. Patrick's church, aud from thence to
necial train at Fourteenth street for villa
GOOD LOTS FOR SALE.
OnJtailroad titicel below 6ih, threo lota
8, 0 and 10 block 15, 23 by 20 each, mak
ing 75 fiit on Railroad street and 20 feet
deep. For particulars apply at Bum.btis
Schator Rioehart aud R-presentative
Yaucy havj introduced resolutions io the
State senate and house respectively, pro
viding for tho submission of a.ismeud
men I of tho State constitu
tion, looking to tho assumption by the
State of thoexis ing local indebtedness of
counties, cities, towns and school districts.
The amount to be assumed, in case the
amendment should be rntided by voto of
the people, is only a little short of fifty
one and three-qunrtor millioti dollars.
That the State Is butter able, as a whole, to
sustain such indebtedness, aud finally ex
tinguish it, than a portion, is no doubt
true. There would bo somo objection,
however, from the people of tho more for
tunate counties iu the State, who would ob
ject to burdening themselves with the debts
of the less fortunate; but it is probably
safe to predict that these are very much iu
the minority and that the submission of
the amendment would Insure its adoption.
Tho more fortunate counties in the
State, aro an lu iinny cases because
they bavo not borna their share of tho ex
penses of organized society under the
State constitution, and they ought to be
willing to help their loss fortunate sister
counties out of their trouble. We hope
the amendment will be submitted.
AM L'REM KSTrt
flAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
1 onk xmirr
t'lrtt ijipasr iuc hor of tbe em.nuiit CuuiedUu,
M. B. CURTIS
Ia ilia reraarks'jK- Cbaracl r Cnstton.
Sam'l o Posen,
A plajfd by til a
In NEW YORK CITV.
Heaarvwl xrt r aalo at Bl'DKH'S Jewelry
Hture. Il.ii hu t , o ru. .
QAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
ONE NIGHT ONLY!
WEDNESDAY, Jan. 31, 1833.
Tlie Reilned Favorites and King Fuu
m a ken of all,
The Jolly Path finders.
In their rocoQttructcd and ImltabH Musical Com
dy Oddity f
Or "fun at the Pleaitire Grounds."
Th Oranaar ' mad np of rtt.ti of las very
highest Uitrukt c aud Vocl Kxci livuee.
Tb entenatnmfnt l lull of reflnrd fun. ardced
with bin ol fluu acting and deltduui vuc 1 tfloria.
"B sf Hiow of the Season," they all
ffr M'.e at Hl'Df.lVs .lewo'rr Mom.
S, Mi and 76 cant. No xir clisrite tor
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE
TWO NIGHTS on-;,y.
a'r'VvlFERRUARY 2 & 3.
Klq h Cotiai"-u ra Year of the for-m it Americ an
Asltml by the young and ilfud Comniedlrun
aud Voca Im,
of nnusunl excolli'uco,
Friday Eve., February 2,
will ba produced, an American Couiov, In four
A ts, wruiou by Milton Nullo, ui.iltlcil:
QUILKORD DKIVBRTON, born noh. uiUn,
FLOUKNCK WoLVKUroN.aa holm-n. ,
Saturday Eve, February 8.
wt'l ha pruintd tho unique American Me1o
Drama, wihlou br Millon Nobles, called!
CARROLL C, HAVES, a New York Rohnmlsn
MILT N Niin Eft
AMI, tbs Flower Girl , DOLLIK NO HLKS
Admtsalon Inoladmg rasorvsd stats K, 50 and lift.
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