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TI1K DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 30. 13
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICII: SO, 78 OHIO LEYEK.
ENTERRI) AT TUB CAIKO I'ObToFriCB Foil
TRANbMfSS'ON TUBol'GHTHE MAIM AT BKO
OND CLASS RATES.
omoiAL PAKKOK CITY AND COUNTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Nutirimlu thti column, eigm conie per Una for
Brut Mid five cenia par line each iiihequent ln-r-Mnn.
For ono wwk, SOcenu jwrline. For one
o oatb, 60 cinu par Una
Lliei KtauraiU opposite Opera
louse. Qua Bitto proDnetT, tl-21)
Fok Outers in any etyle the Grand
Opera Ue-titurnnt Entrances on torauicr
Cifti dJ till strt. 1WU ll
Now Maeksmith Shop.
A now horse sIxwiiiL'itliop tins been open
eil by Mr. P. Powers ou T;ot!i street. All
inaaucr of blickiin thinir and wagon work
done to order. Ipairin work a specialty.
Work done promptly. "
at DoBaua'a,- 58 Ohio leveo.
That Hacking Cough can be so quickly
cured by Shiloli's Cure. We guarantee it.
PaulG. Sch'ih, ojeat. (1)
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions ot yuuili, nervous wean
new, early decay, loss of mttnhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will cere you, free
of cqaroe. This great reuu'dy was
discovered Oy a minister in South Afnerica.
Send a sell-addressed envelope to the Rev.
Joseth T. I.nman, Station D., New York
Millions Given Away.
Millions of bottles of Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds, have been given away as trial bottles
of the large size. This .nortiious outlay
would be disastrous to the proprietors, were
it not for the rare merits possessed by the
wonderful medicine. Call at Harry W.
Schub's Drug Store and get a trial bottle
free, and try for yourself. It never fails to
Uenry Papenhaunen, Chicago, 111., says:
"I have used Brown's Iron Bitters in my
family and And it an excellent remedy for
in market at DcBauu's 56 Ohio leree.
"Is there a nun with soul so dead," who
hath suffered the miseries of a cough or cold,
yet neglected to ry"6eller' Cough Syrup?"
Never Give Up.
If you are suffering with low and de
pressed spirits, Iosj of appetite, general
debility, uisordered blood, weak constitu
tion, hi'udache, or any disease of a bilious
nature, by all mems procure a bottle of
Electric Bitter. You will be surprised to
see the rapid improvement that will follow;
you will be inspired with new life; strength
and activity will return; pain and misery
wi'l cease, and henceforth you will rejoice
in the prtise of Electric Bitters. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle by Hrry W.Scbuh. (5)
If I hal auyskia or blood disease, like
tettT, itch, seal i head, pimples, sora eyes,
awful, etc.. I woud take "Lindsey's
Blood Sjurcher." sure.
50c. per Can,
Eitra Selocts, at DeB tun's.
Grand Opkha Uiistaurtnt opposite
Opera U nite up stairs, Back entrance on
7th street. Oysters in every style. 11-29 tf
Allto's Brain Food botanical extract
strengthens the Brain and positively cures
Nervous Debility, Nurv.msneas, Headache,
uunataral losses, and all weakness of Gen
erative System; it never fails. l pkg.;
6 for ), At druggists, or AUeu s Pliarma
cy, 315 First Ave., X. Y.
Will you suffer with Dyspepsia and Liver
Complaint? bhilohsVitalir.fr jb guiran
teed to euro. Paul G. Scluili, agent. (2)
go to !.' Bum's, 50 Ohio levee.
TUB Wtt. At,UA BAKBEU.HoP is O0C Mt
the beat appointed shops in the c.ty; Cve
barbers all first-cU workmen. C'jII at
this shop, Comin .'rci tl avenue n"Xt the
Opera II uns aud irot ha;r-cuttio0r, sham
poomng a'l.l shaving doni in a,i artistic
Hiving purchased the 1 akery ot J
Anthony, on Wasthlngton avenue between
Vth and IOtu streets, I prepared to offer to
the public at all times fresh bread, cukes,
&c. of the best quality at the lowest pi ices
to oh Iouq I in the city. Call and sea me
12 12 tf Jacou Latneii.
A two-story brick house, frame addition,
eight room in good repair. Carriage house
and cistern. A never-failing drive-well
Corner lots on Street Railroad. Enquire
of M. w. antaews, or v. c. Njcwsim
A Good Restaurant.
If you wauta good meal call at Snhoen
mejer'a Restaurant cor. 10. a at. and Wash
ing ave. Only 25 ct. for a regular meal
and day boarding will find the host accom
mo'lation on reasonable terms.
13-27, 2 in.
MardI Gran atew Orleans.
The Great Jackson Unite, with Its ao
customed liberality, has made very low
rates for those desiring to attend the Mardi
Gran teativinii. Jloudsy, February nth
will witness the reception of HIS MAJES
TY HH.X. and Tuesda, February Oih
MARDI GRAS, the grandest display ever
yet seen in New Orlexns.' No one should
miss it. For full particulars ite hills and
enquire of ticket agent. The rat from
Cairo tn New Orleans and re'urn is $14.00
Bala of iickf ts will commence January
8 1 sr. 1888, and continui until Fubrnary
8ih. 188il, 0(tai to return on nr before
Sunday, February, I Uh, 1888.
3, II. i0 M, Ticket Agent.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Notlcee tn the eoinmna, ten eente par Una,
nrh nMrrim tad wnttif marked or not, irceicu
I .ted ti fiwa-d anr mu'i baelnete lnlvruit are
1 way paid fur.
The hit of the season 1 The "Our
Bachelor Cigar 1" at Barclay Brothers',
It is said that one of the "Screechers"
got away with the "Mocking Burdt" Sua
State Senator Daniel Hogsn and fain
ily were at The llalliday Sunday and yes
terdsy, on their way to Springfield.
StTgeaut Ray promises us faithfully
that the fine weather of yesterday shall
not continue longer than a day or two.
Schoolchildren will lind The Bdllk
TIN scratch-books N'ls. 2 and 3 tor sale at
Phil Smip's candy store. tf
A meeting of the Bjlls of Cirneville
was held last night at Dr.'Jocelyn's office.
Practire was the object.
-rThe Myths, have sent out invitations
for their party which takes place st The
llalliday next MouJay.
The Young Men's Social Club of
Mound City give a masquerade ball there
Friday night. We acknowledge receipt of
Save your money for the grand Mas
querade Ball given by John Scheels on the
Oth of February. Tickets cso be fouud at
Paul G. Sshuh's drug store. It
A fight of the rough and tumble kind
took place Sunday night in a down-town
saloon. Illinois Central and Wabash men
were parties to it.
Cupt Tbos W. Shields is the Opera
House manager for another year, over
hicb fact there will be txpiessions of
pleanurc among theatre goers.
Found: A sum of mouey. Owner
can hive same by calling at Illinois Cen
tral stone depot an l identifying the money.
Another excursion party of probably a
hundred and fifty people passed down Sun
day on the steamer Sherlock, from Cincin
nati and way points to New Orleans.
Two drunken railroaders attacked the
Mystic Krew on Commercial avenue last
night. They were promptly arrested aud
The Mystic Krew paraded last night
in their ghastly uniforms and serenaded
everybody with a bass drum or, rather,
with a ba9 drum they serenaded every
Street Commissioner Btird had a
gang ot men at work yesterday laying
down a new croasini over Sixth street on
the wtati.rlv side of Commercial avenue.
The improvement is worthy of note.
The report was current ou the streets
yesterday that young Johnny Mahanny had
died at the Infirmary during the forenoon;
but it waa not tru i. It is true hr.wtvir
irut the young man hus been in the hos
pital for over a wejk and was seriously
sick Sunday and yesterday.
Anew crossing is needed over Eighth
street, on Ohio levee. It has been need
ed for a long time, aud excepting perhaps
the cinder abominations, has caused more
uily comment upon the town and the
authorities from citizens and strangers than
any other nuisance in the city.
At the meeting of the Rufi rm Club
Friday night, the proposition to permit the
use of the hall by Mr. Craue for his re
ligious meetings ws brought up and
briefly discussed. But it was finally de
cided to refer the nutter to the Woman's
Christian Temperance Union, which meets
Ptrsous who returned recently from St.
Louis, Memphis and other cities around us
report that tho streets there were iu much
worse condition than thone of Cairo were
several days ago. Citizens generally ought
to note this fact and draw what consolation
they can from the consciousness that thoy
havecompiuy in their misery,
-Captain V. L. II mibleton died yester
day afternoon at 1 :50 o'clock in the pres
ence of his relatives and a number ol
friends. His death was expected even by
himself, and he faced it calmly, He wni
fifty-tight years of age. Ilia funeral takes
pla:e to morrow. A special Iraiu bearing
the remains will back down to this city for
the accommodation of thono of his Cairo
friend who may desire to attend the funer
al, and will go from here to Beech Grove
oemetery where services will bo held.
Blootnington Bulletin: "Congress has
taken the tariff off of lumber, placing it ou
the free liBt. The State Journal says this
"will admit vast quantities of Canadian
lumber, and consequently cheapen prices,
and this wil) not be to the advautairo of
timber' owners in this country." But it
will cheapen lumber to the consumers and
as they arc infiuitely larger in numbers
than the timber owoere, the advantage will
be, as it ought to be, on the side of the ma
jority." Ciushod coke it next in point of clean
l'.ness to hard coal and it an excellent tub
atitute for It; It sspscially adapted to base
burners and for heating purposea, while
its cheapness reuommuads St on the score
of economy. Tho Cairo City Gat Company
hat put iu heavy machinery for the pur
pose of crushing aud preparing tholr cuke
for doniest c use aud the results are en
tirely saiisfar.tory. Orders for crushed coke
left at the gas office on Eighth street, will
receive prompt attention. . " 6t. '
This Is the last notice we th ill be able
ti t?lve regarding tho Sam'l ofPosnctm
biuation which opens nt the Opera lluue
to-night, giving one performance daily, and
we desire to say that those who have nig
lected to procure scats had better attend to
the matter early this morning and secure
good ones while the opportunity is offered
Mr. Curtis reached The llalliday this
morning, direct from New Orleans, having
fiuthhed a very successful engagement at
the St. Charles Theatre in that city on San
day night. The box sheet exhibits a very
gratifying demand for seats, and it is prob
able that Posen will have a larger audience
than has been congratulated within the
theatre building this season.
Mr. Orecn of Union county has intro
duced a bill in tho Illinois legislature ap
propriating the modest sum of (232,100 tor
tho Anna Insane hospital for the next two
years; this miney is wanted for improve
ments; 5,000 for the care of the ground
11,000 for sewers, $3,000 Jor water basin,
117,000 for fire-pumps and discharge pipes,
13,000 for a fence, $500 for a caipenter
shop, $4,000 for a slsughter-hotise, $3,000
for converting barracks into a permanent
cottage aud furniture for same, $0,000 to
buy 160 acres of land, $0,400 for a stone
culvert for the road to Anna and $2,600 for
At or near Foreman in Johnson county
one young negro shot and killed another
Saturday night. The ahootist was at work
iu Mound City, went to spend Sunday at
the place named, found another nt gro in
the hoube with his wife, ho faid, and
promptly shot him dead. He was arrested
and taken before a justice of the pence for
iring, but was discharged even before
the coroner's jury had found ft verdict.
Subsequent developments proved tbnt the
woman was not tho shootist's wife and he
was rearrested. At latest accoun's he was
being again ex warned, which seems at llM
sight as a violation of the federal constitu
tion, which says that no person shall be
twice put in jwpardy of life, limb or prop
erty for the same offense, or words to th it
Ex-Mayor Henry Winter was examin
ed yesterday for the St. Louis and Cairo
railroad company in the proceedings pend
ing between said company and the city of
Cairo, as were also four or five other wit
nesses. The court end attorneys met at
the residence of Mr. Wiuter to exunine
turn, ss he could not come to the, office of
Messrs Green & Gilbert, owing to a fore
foot. Counsel fir thecompany had all its
testimony in by supper time and a niuht
session was held to permit counsel for the
city to present some evidence in rebuttal.
Among the rebutting witnesses were Al
dermen C. N. Ilubes, B. F. Blake mio
John Wood, and ex-Aldeiman. Wood R,t
tenhouse. It was expected to cimplete the
the taking of testimony last night and lo
gin argument in the caee to-day. Judye
Wm. II. Green will probably make th
opeolng argument for the city to-day. It
is the intention to finish the caso at this
sittiug of the court.
Thw following little sketch of Senator
elect t'ullom, from the Springfield Regis,
ter, is of iuterest: "Mr. Cullom was born
in Wayne county, Kentucky, November 22,
1820, aud is therefore in his 54th year. He
removed to this city when a young man,
studied law and was admitted to the bur
in 1853. In 1855 he was elecjed city at
torney. In 1858 he was elected to the
legislature, and again in 1800, and wag
chosen 6pk;r of the lumse; he served on
the war committee at Cairo in 1802, and
was a member nf the 30th, 40th and 41st
congress. After his congressional career
ended lie was ngaiu elected to the legisla
ture in 1872 and re elected iu 1874 ami
again chosen spisker of the house. He
was elected governor in 187'Vand re
elected in 1880. It will be seen that the
new senator has been in office continuously
since 1855 making with hit six years as
senator, thirty-four years of official service.
Senator-elect Cullom is a genial gentleman
ot large experience in public affairs. Ho
can, if he tries, make a useful senator.
Whether ho will or not remains to be seen."
A little fellow with a little mustacho,
weariug a little hat, has been iu tho city a
little while trying to play a little game that
is a little stale, ou a-ime of the business
men here. List night after supper he
came into tho butcher shop of Mr. Louis
Koehleron Eighth street. He had a little
poodto dog he said and wanted a little
meat to feed him with. Mr. Koehlor
wrapped up the meat, received a two dol
lar bill and handed out $1.05 in silver.
The little fellow pocketed the dollar, ex
presthd surprise at fluding more change in
his p cket, put a nickle with the 05ctt and
requested to be given another dollar for it.
"Certainly," laid Mr. Koehlcr, and handed
out the dollar, but boforo he could rake the
emsll cliatigo into his drawer iu exchange
for this dollar, the little fellow shoved the
dollar back with the change saying, "never
mind; there's tw dollars; Just give me
back my two dollar bill." Mr. Koehler
was a lltale puzzled at first but took time
to deliberate and just cauirht "tlio hang of
the transaction" in time to avaid being
"taken iu." He explained to tho little fel
low that there wai something wrong, aud
the littlo fellow, after proper hesitation,
agreed that there wtt, and left the shop
and nlsolho moat. But he went from Mr.
Koehler't ihop to that of Mr. Francis
Kline, on Washington avenue, where he
also bought five centt worth of meat for a
I Utile poodle dog and went through pre-
ciscly the same game; but the clerk taw
through tho trick at onco and givo the
little sharper to understand tint he had
bettor vacate forthwith or tike a drubbing
With this warning the merchants and
clerks may guard against the little scoun
Tho mysterious disappearance of Mr
Ed Reno, clerk of The Halhday, somotime
during 8unday night was tho subject of
comment at tho hotel yesterday. Mr,
Reno retired at the usual hour and was
have gone on watch at 1 o'clock Sunday
night but did not appearand all search for
him proved fruitless. Corj c'uiet as
the manner and cause of the strange dis
appearance are many; some or them wild
in theory. Foul play li avon hinted at
terrain u is mat Ins departure was not
planned by himself, for his rooms and per
sonai ciu-cln aro undiuturbed and all in
i...:. .. . .
iin-ir nixustomeu places. A suspicious
circumstance in connection with the mat
ie.r is in it a drummer, who was at the
hotel Saturday, also ditippeared at the
sumo timo and in like manner. As a rule
it may be true that "Der drummer is der
most inuocent mm on dot roat, Hubacca."
but there are probably exceptions to this
rule as to all others; designing tcoundrels
arfl always prone to take refuge in the curb
of innoceuce and naturally seek that occu
pation which affurds them the finest oppor
vuuiiieb lor irau i. it is tueretore not mi
poisihle that Mr. Rono was made the
victim of some foul scheme by the drum
mer. But the most probable conclusion of
all is that he waa kidnapped. The steamer
Sherlock was ut the wharf Sunday with a
large excursion party on board, bound for
-ew urieans. Among the excursionists
wero u number of handsome young ladies,
as daring as they were handsome if one
may judge from the calmness with which
they crossed unaided over Eighth street i-n
Ohio levee. It is known that Mr. Reno
waa anxious to pay tho boat a visit; it is
supposed that he. went, that several of the
Mardi Gras girls were struck with his per
sonal good looks, and concocted and suc
cessfully executed a plan for his capture.
We may hear ol him from Memphis.
Tho plan for the new building of the
Widows aud Orphans Mutual Aid Society
is ready and may bo 6cea at tho office of
Secretary Th imas Lewis. It was in the
main, suggested by Mr. Lewis himself and
was drawn by Architect W. E. Hendricks.
As before state tho building
will be fifty. feet long by
twenty wide, and two stories or, from the
level of the sidewalk to the cornice, about
forty feet high. The first floor will be all
one room, to be used for office purposes by
the officers of the society named, and will
be furnished with desks, cabinets, etc., of
handsome uihke. Ten feet of the rear end
of this floor will be taken up by the vault
which will be fire and burglar pr-of. The
walls of the vault will be double, the outer
nine iuehes thick and the inner four inches
thick, and will have an in
tervening tpnee or air chamber of
two inches. The ceiling of the vault will
I'cromponed of railroad T iron and the
whole will be lined with heavy theet iron.
U iihin the vault several buudred safe de
pisite boxes will he constructed, each
with a double lock, which will be rented
out to citizens who may wish to deposite
valuables in a place to which they
alone can have access whenever they
deire. A stairway at tho rear of the
building will lead to the upper floor which
is divided into four neat rooins ot nearly
equal sizes, all opening into a hall. As a
whole it will bo a nice, substantial little
building, with as handsome sn iron front
as there is in tha city. A Uro centre
door with a great siogle-pano window on
either side, will constitute tho lower front;
aud above, four two-pane windows will be
S"t iu oinamental caaings. The safe de
posit boxes will bo ao important featuro of
the new bui ding. It is in vogue in all
lire cities and is quite a convenience. It
will increase by ono more the number of
enterprises of conveoie.uco to the public of
which Mr. Lewia has been the author.
Evi ry ca the fact becomes morecleatly
apparent that Cairo lies iu too close proxi
mity to Puducuh snd Mound City. In Pa
ducah crim. con. cases have been so com
mon that they no longer create a ripple
upou the popular miud. Tho latest is the
desertion of a good wife by her husband
named Fleck, who flickorod with fifteen dol
lars of Mrs. Flecks' money. Generally such
fellows have been conteut with taking some
other fellows' faithless wives, but it is un
d; rs'.ood that Fleck, tho ambitious cuss,
eloped with a fine nag. Cairo has held out
long and bravely against the baleful in
fluences of such wicked examples, but it
would be a communityjnf taints if nono were
found humun enough to yield to long con
tinued temptation; and therefore we are
not much surprised to learn that cn Satur
day night a crim. con. case the firat dur
ing a number of years was brought to the
notice of Cuicf Myers. The complainant
was a one-armed wood-sawyer, who accosted
the chief at a late hour Saturday night
with the remark, "its putty hard to be
locked out of a fellow's own house by hit
own wife this kind of a night," The elder
asked for an explanation and was told that
a groat big bully named George Sheppard
was in complainant't house with
complainant's wife, had driven
him out, locked the door on him and threat
ened him with violence if he attempted
forcible entrance, aud bit wife wai a party
to the outrage. The chief went to the
Clonuses, Itonutifies and Preserves tho Ttvth;
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 Lsveo and.
Cor. 8th St. & Wash. Ave.
house and found things as stated. The
front door was lucked, but
was opened when the chief
threatened to break it down. Sheppard was
jimt about to make his exit by the back
door when the chief caught fig'it of him
and ordered him to halt, arrested him and
put him in the city's cooler for tho remain
der of the night. He was brought bofore
Justice Kibinson yesterday morning,
charged with disorderly conduct, but the
evidence was not strong enough
support this charge and
caso was dismissed. Some
thing must be done or Ciiro society will be
contaminated by the vicious social atmos
phere of Paducah. The council of Cairo
ought to piss an ordinance abolishing Pa
aucah. THE JOLLY PATHFINDERS.
"You laugh to see and see to laugh, with
out any opportunity to ca:cb afresh breath.
The entertainment is constituted similar to
The Brook' by the Troubadours, but con
tains many more features of excellence.
The? performers are all good singers, and
each adapted to their particular specialty.
Unlike many ot' er artists the Pathfinders
individually do without overdoing. Nothing
pertaining to vulgarity U exhibited, giving
the public on evening of light enjovrnentjJ
distioctly portraying the artistic ability of
ladies and gentlemen the Pathfinders are
deserving of auceess," arid will open for one
ightonly at the Opera House Wednesdoy
evening Jan'y 31.
JUST RECEIVED FROM ST. LOUIS.
AT MRS. S. WILLIAMSON'S
A complete and elegant line of masquerade
costumes. AWo an elesrant line of rel
laces and Irish p. dot embroideries. Ladis
nni gents will save money by calling and
purchasing bef tc going els where, lw.
GOVERNOR TABOR AND SAM'L OF
POSE.V3 P.VRRO l
M. B. Curtis an 1 his wife have a pet
parrot which is their constant traveling
companion, and wh'ch speakt the King's
English with amszin,' flu-mce. The bird
caused quite a panic at the Windsor-Hotel
one night. It seems that the Curtis family
occupied rooms directly adjoining Gov
ernor Tabor's appar'nieuts at the hotel,
and one evenin.', us tho goveroer was en
tering his npp trtmenU he heard what he
thought was a femaln voice saying, "Hello,
baby." The governor was a trifle startled.
lit is a very gallant man, but he could not
for tho life of him imagine what ho had
ever uono to warrant any female in ad
dressing him so familiarly. The saluta
tion appeared to be intended for him, snd
it came from the transom over tho door of
the room directly across the hull. The
governor was nou-plused. "Hello, baby
pretty baby," said the voice again, and
the governor blushed as he stroked his
fierce mustache aud tried to brace up and
look dignified. "Won't you come and
kis your bab ?" called the voice again, in
deliciously seductive sort of a way.
Now the uovei nor seldom takes a d.ire of
any K'Ul. lo do him justice, be is a
brave man, and at that particular moment
ho felt big euough to tackle an army. He
crept softly over to the door and asked,
.re you talking lo me?'' "Nice baby,"
said the voice, but no sooner had the voice
fpoken thau anotuer voice from insido the
room big, burly, man's voico called out,
Go away from that door and let tho parn t
goto sleep 1" It was Mr. Curtis who spoke,
but he had no idea it was Governor Tabcr
outside. Governor Tabor slid quietly to
his room, but ho thought it was such a
good joke he had to tell tho boys about it
after tupper, aud in tho Opera House lobby
last night it "was all the talk. The Tiibune,
GOOD LOTS FOR SALE.
On Railroad street below 6th, three lott
0 aud 10 block 15, 23 by 80 each, mak
ing 73 feet on Railroad street and 20 toot
deep. For particulars apply at Bulletin
IF YOU DO,
If you want to sell anything,
If you want to buy auything,
If you want to increase your business,
If you want to hire anyone,
If you want a situation,
If you have a house to rent,
If you want to rent a house,
Advertise to Tux- Caieo Boelktu.
(JAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
- O.VK NIOIIT
Imt apptiMnc In- of the e;n tient Comedian,
M. B. CUETIS
lo hit remarkable Churftrt'.r Cufclloo,
Sam'l o Posen,
As plajcd tf him
Ix NEW VORK CITY.
KrnrT4 0fu for tale at lU'DEK'S Jewelry
More. But h. t now hi fu.
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
ONE NIGHT ONLY!
WEDNESDAY, Jan. 31, 1883.
Tho Rtflnpd Favorites and Kin; Fun
makers of all,
The Jolly I'atli finders.
In their reeormrucud aud lmitibl- Moiical Com
edy Oddity f
Or "Fuu at the Pleasure Ground."
The Cnm-anr male up of artl.u of the very
highust D.sra.i c oc.il Exu llru .
The enteia'nmfnt t ln'l ef refined fan, ofced
with bile of flue bCtlug iiid delictum vuc lifforia.
"B-st Miow of the Season," they all
8ete for ra'e t Ht'DER'S Jewelry Store.
Prlcee: Ml end 7i cent. No txtr cnarue lor
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE
TWO XIOIITS ON'uY.
artaoVvFEBRUxVRY 2 & 3.
Uinta Coneecut've Year of the fortiuiml Antoricio
Atettted by tho young and Rifted Commedlenns
and Yoca 1st. -
of aausnal exca'luoce.
. Friday Eve., February 2,
will be produced, in American Comerfv, In four
Ai ts, written by MlUoa Uoblo, entitled:
QC1LFORD D1UVBRTON", a born Poliemtan,
FLORENCE Wt)tiYKItroN,aD helre,
Saturday Eve., February 3.
wt'l be predated the anlque American Mole
Drama, w.itteo br Allium Noblea, called:
CARROLL O RAVES, a New York Bohemian
Mlt.T -N NOU'ES
8ADII, the Fluwor Girl DOLLIB KObLU
Admleeton Including reserved feat 75, 60 sod 9a.