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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 31.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
H'PM'K: . VCI.JII OHIO I.KVEE.
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OM) CLASS HATK8.
r tibial FAI'Kri OF CITY AN U COUNTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Vic ;u im eoumn, einat ee-nta ikt Hue for
Jlr.i ami Cm cauia nor lino rch suufcaucni inier
lou. Kit t.n wii.'k. 30 come pnrliue. For one
n Oiuh.tWtdCti ptr line
50c pi' r Can,
Extra Selects, at DeBaun'a.
Lilies U.'uiir it opposite Opera
House eJus Bitto proprietor, U-2o" tt'
Fan OvsrEiw in hay style g'.i tho Grand
Opera Re.taurant Entrances m Commer
cial and T'li street. 1 1 -2tl tt'
Mothers Hhould Kaow it.
Fretful babies caouot help disturbing
everybody, ami mothers should know liow
eootiiing Parker's Ginger Tonic is. It stops
babies .hius, makes them healthy, relieves
their own snxicty an I is safe to u-. J. 'Ur
eal. New Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shoeing shop has bu-en open
ed by Mr. P. Powers ou Tenth street. All
manner of bl tclcsm thing and wagon work
dons to order. Rp tiring work a specialty.
Work -lone promptly. if
at Del? sum's, o'J Ohio leveo.
That Hacking Cough cua bt. mo quickly
cured by Shi lob's Cure. We guarantee it.
PuulO. Souuh, ajeut. 0)j.
A new idea embraced in Elys' Cream
Balm. Catarrh is cured by causing dis
charge and cleansing, not by diying up.
The application is easy and agreeable.
Price, 50 cents. Apply into nitrite with
Million Giveu Away.
Millions of bottles of Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs aud
Colds, have been given away as trial bottles
of the large size. This enormous outlay
would bo disastrous to the proprietors, were
it not for the rare merits possessed by the
wonderful medicine. Call at Harry W.
Hchuh's Drug Store and get a trial bottle
free, aud Iry for yourself. It never fails to
Henry Papetihsuseu, Chicago, 111, says:
"I have used Brown's Iron Hitters in my
family ami find it an excellent remedy for
iu market at Didlauu's 50 Ohio levee.
Never Give Up.
If you are suffering with low and de
pressed spirits, loss of appetite, general
debility, disordered blood, weuk constitu
tion, headache, or any disease of a bilious
nature, by all means procure a bottle of
Electric Bitters. You will be surprised to
mm tho rnpiil improvement that will follow;
you will be inspired wild new life; strength
an 1 activity will return; pain and misery
will cetse, and henceforth you will rejoice
in the praise of Electric Bitteis. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle by II trry Vr Schuh. (3)
Grind Opera Restaur mt opposite
Opera II mse up stairs, Back entranco on
7th street. Oysters iu every style. 1 1 -26 tf
Allen's Brain Pood botanical extract
strengtueoa the Brain and positively cures
Nervous Debility, Nerv tuniess, Headache,
unnatural losses, and all wraUntos of Gen
erative System : it never fails. (I pkg,;
6 for $.", At drog'jitts. or Allen's Pinrrtm
cv, 813 Fir-t Ave., N. Y.
Will you sutler with Dyspepoia and Livw
Complaint! shiloh'a Vttaliz r is guaraiF
tecu to rur . I'.iul i. bcliufi, agent. (2
no to DoBanu's, 53 Ohio levee.
1 Hi. ., ALBA BAItUt.K-fcll' r !M "T:
the best app uuicd thops uithocty; five
barber nil first-class workmen. Call at
thissiix', Comm rciii awnu.' u x ; the
Opera II u and ',':t hair-i'Qt tin,', aliam
pooniiig aa I I'ltvii; don in mi ar'i.tir
Gray hairs often caue
Parker's Il.tir B ilnsm ptevi oti
the youilitiil color.
Hiving purcimua ib niiery t J.
Anthony, 03 W.isttiington av-nue lietwetn
9th and 10:b strse's. I prep.tred to offer to
the public at (til times frciu bread, c ikis,
&c. of tha resl quality at the Invest pikes
in be found in the city. Call and S'.c me.
A two story brick house, frame addition,
eight noiuiin good repair. Carriaire houe
and cin'era. A never-tailing drive-well.
Corner lots on Street Hiilroad. Enquire
of M. W. Mathews, "t U C. N'bwsum,
A Goo I Kcstuimu.t.
If y iu wiuta ood menl call atSchoen
meyer's li.s'.aurunt or. ldli et. and Wash
ing avc. Only 23 cts. for a regular meal,
anil day boarding will find tuj lot accotn
mo lation on ieusonable terms.
" Jlardl Or,w at Sew Orleans
TheGrest Jackson R)Uie, with iu ac
customud liberality, has made very low
rates for those desiring to attend tho Mirdi
Gra btivitiei). Moud.iy, February fith,
will witness the reception of nil 51 A J ha
TY KEX. hud Tueedav, February Gib,
MA.RDI GHA1, the grandest display ever
yet Seen in New Orleans. No one should
mias it. For full particulars tee bills and
enauire of ticket Hgent. The rate from
Cairo to Ni'W Oileatis and ro'urn is $14.00.
Bale of tickets will commence January
81st, 1883, an'J continue until Febrnary
6ih, 1883. Good t return on or before
Bunduy. Fhruary 11th, 1883. , .
-' . II. Joxi, Ticket Agent.
JANUARY DEAL IN CORN.
The clique operating thucombiiiKtion in
corn for Jauuary delivery on the Chicago
Hoard of Trade have matin a success, of it,
and undoubtedly hi.ve made big profits for
the members ol the deal. They have mado
mora active markets, which some of tho en
terprising commission houses have take,
advantage of for their customers. A re
deeming feature of these' manipulations
lies io the fact that shrewd, well informed
commission merchants can safely follow
the current of speculation aud secure rea
sonable profits tor their customers, and
probably no firm in Chicago makes a
L'reutcr success in this line than Messrs.
Flemming & Mcrriam. They are careful
and shrewd, with sufficient dash and enter
prise to promptly take advantage of a Rood
point, itad conservative enough to avoid
diintrer. Their Fund W. is eminently suc
cessful. . It
Cairo Lmlge, A. F. aud A. II. o. 237
Will meet at their Hail at 0:30 a. m.,hirp,
and attend the funeral of Capt. W. L.
Hanibletoii, Trsiu will leave Illinois
Central paseiitfor depot at 1 o'clock p. m.,
for Beech Grovo Cemetery.
OEXERAIi LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice lu limB coinmna, ten fnta par line,
ch nininti and whether marked or not, if eaicu-
ted to fuwe-d tny mm bainus vntormt art
always paid for.
A stone crossing is being laid over
Comtnucial avenue at Fourteenth street.
The children of Sheriff Jno, Houdge
are iniously sick with pneumonia. Thoy
wenf in a dangerous con iition yesterday.
Charles Carpenter, George Ashwood
and MAtJuny were each fined fivo dollars
atid costs yesterday for disorderly conduct.
Mr. Michael Gulvin will soon open a
giloon io the buildiuc At the corner of
Twenty -sevcuth strwt . and Commercial
The hit ot the seasou! The "Our
Bachelor Cigar!" . at Bird ay Brothers'.
The' steamer reported wrecked noar
Swansea Saturday was the Agnes Jack
from Sardinia. The entire Krew of twelve
men were lost.
The Salvation army ii having a lively
tine in Pittsburg. Thirty-two arrests
were made Sunday of people who dis
turbed their meetings.-
School children will tind Trnt Bclle
tin scratch-books Nos. 2 and 3 lor sale at
Phil Saup's candy stjre. tf
The Hewers were all closed yesterday
morning. The river was a few inches over
thirty-one fu t. The water would run into
the seweis at about thirty-two feet.
Members of Cairo Lodge No. 237 A.
F. and A. M. are requested to meet at
their hall at 0:30 this looming, to attend
the funeral of Captain Uambleton. See
Alderman Mcllale received a severe
fall from his horao yesterday morning, but
fortunately sustained no injury. The horse
stumbled over something and fell, throw
ing his rider tJ the ground.
A dispatch was received by Mr. L. P.
Parker yesterday from Mr. Ed. Reno at
Memphis. The supposition that be was
accidently ta'nen away on the steamer
(Sherlock proves to have been true. Later:
Mr. Reno returned last evening.
-Street Commissioner Baird is giving
all thecroxsings in thecity needde attention.
Those which are too low are being raised,
the crooked ones are being ttraightentd,
tho wrecked, rep lire I, the non cut, repro
duced. The young fellows who made danger
ous demonstrations toward the Mystic
Krew while the the Utter were parading
the streets Monday night, were fined yes
terday by Magistrate Comings. They had"
been hfilicted with an overdose of whisky.
Yesterday's weather bulletin showed a
heavy fU of temperature at Bismarck,
North P.tute and Dodge City. At the firbt
named plticu tho thermometer marked bine
dcgiees above zero, which was much tho
lowest iu the bulk-tie.
Under the impression .that sojo one
W6s r.!ing about the premises, the Col
oied by employed about the houe snd
yard of Mr. Parbons fire 1 a pistol late
Miiud.iy night, and aroused the neighbor
hood. Offices were also on the spot, but
an mverg;ution revealed uothing unusual.
Tueyouag sharper who was "working
the Km a" with the "change racket" made
araiBeofoDe dollar from the boarding
house keeper at the corner of Tenth street
on Commercial avenue, lie also tried the
trick on Mr. Louis C. Herbert, but failed.
Mr. Harry Walkei is making some ex
tensive improvements and repaira on bis
little Theatre Cotnique. The interior is
being entirely overhauled, newly kalso
mined ai d handsomely pnpered. Whea
finished it n ill be as neat had attractive a
place of aniU6eini'iit as any of its siz in tbe
The customary compulsory education
bill hue been introduced into the state leg
islature. Mr. Walker of tbe senate, wants to
pass a Ww th it parents aud guardians of
children from eight to fourteen yean ot
sue shall sendthutn to school three month
iu the year, . failure to comply with the
law being punishable with certain penal
ties. The ladies andjgentlemeu who com
pose tbe Jolly Pathfludors are all pos
sessed ol first-class dramatic and musical
talent aud as they are strangers among us,
it would be the haudaotno thing for our
people to turn out and give them a warm
welcome. The absurdity of the play, as it
may bo term.'d is replete ith odd; scenes,
splendid bif 5 acting and delicious vocal
mus!c.;i , S(ixai h is gained t wonderful
popular throughout tho coUntrvaud
t,br- geption here should be grousing
.flng to IJio 'derailment of a freight
train at Mound' City Monday night the
passenger trains were delayed yesterday
Fvu loaded cars of the train which left
hero Monday evening were thrown from
the track owing to a misplaced switch, and
as but few men were there to handle them
the work of removing them was r tther
slow. No one was hurt and but little
damage was done.
Gushed coke is ucxt in point of clean
l'.ness to hard ooal and is an excellent sub
stitute tor it; is especially adapted to t)ue
burners and fcr heatini: putoos"?. while
its cheapness recommends it on the score
of economy. The Cairo City Gas Company
has put in heavy machinery for toe pur
pore of ci usuing aud preparing their eke
for domestic use and the results are en
tiiely satisfactory. Orders for crushed coke
left at the is olBce ou Eighth street, will
receive prompt attention. t.
This afternoon about 1 o'clock a spe
cial train beating the remains ot tbe la'e
Cuptaiu ilamheltoij, of Mound City, will ttr
rive from Mound City on tho Wabash road
at the Union Depot. From the Union
depot the remains and the Mound City
friends of the deceased who nny attend
them, will be transferred to a special train
at the Illinois Ceutral passenger depot for
conveyance to Beech Grove cemetery.
Ample accommodations will be afforded
to those of Captain Hambleton Cairo
friends, who niay wish to attend tho funer
al. The Ueitb of Mrs. John B-tecber oc
curred at her residence on Thirteenth street
Monday night. Mrs. Beecher had been
sick for once a month but wa up and
about again about two weeks ago. She
was prostrated again, however and having
beeu completely exhausted before, was un
able to withstand the seconi attack. She
was about fifty years old. The funeral takes
place today. The procession will leive
the residence about 10 o'clock this tuorn
iag and the remains will be taken to
Villa Ridge by the 11 o'clock train for in
terment. Considerable aeitation apf ears to exist
in some circles over the discovery that tn
Western Union Telegraph company, though
doing business in this state for twenty years,
has failed t organize as a corporation un
der the state law, and now an application
has been made t the secretary of state by
Chicago parties aud others for license to in
corporate a telegraph company with the
same name. Wbilo tbe Western Union has
virtually escapod stato taxition by the
omission, it remains to be seen whether it
will not suurr to a greater extent than its
pp'flts Ir m this source will amount Io, by
the failure to protect iti franchise uuder
tho state law.
The new brick building in course of
erectiouon O.iio levee below Fourth 6treet
is to be occupied when finished by the
general oflicea of the Iron Mountain rail
road cmp my, that is, the first floor will
be, the second floor will be at the disposal
of others fcr other purposes will proba
bly bo divide I into roorm for the clerks.
The building is being finished as rapidly
as the weather will permit. The second
floor isno.v being laid, and plastering will
s-niu begin. The room on the first floor Is
to be finished in a highly ornamental
style. The front doors and windows to be
each of large single panes of plate glass.
It is expected that the building will be
ready for occupation by the 1st of Match.
Yesterday morning about 9 o'clock,
tbe taking vf testimony in the St. Louis and
('siro nilnsd case was completed. Col,
3. S. Taylor, and Aldermen T. W. Hallid ,y
and B F Blakf were the lost rebutting
witnesses introduce I by' the city. Argu
o;etit for the city was begun by Judge W.
H. Green about 10 o'clock, who was fol
lowed by Messrs. Linegar and L'nsdcu for
the railroid company. At the coucluion
of the argument of th so, gijutlemcn, court
adjourne 1 to meet again this morning,
when Mr, Ju id will close the argument for
the company snd Corporation Counsel Gil
bert, for th- city. It is like y that the
court will take the case under adviscmeu',
rende.ing his decision at oui'j future tim .
On Sunday a case "f smill-pnx was
ditC'jveted on board a Tennessee tiver
steamer lying at tht Puducah harf.
Prompt action was taken by the authori
ties of that city to prevent thy case from
spreading amou' inhabitants. 'I he dis
ease is not within close proximity
to us on any side, but
ia the northern pait of the state it seems
to be raging. The city of Galena even
wants natioual protection agaimt small
pox infection. Tho city corporation lias
presented to congress a petition setting
forth that It ia impossible for local or state
authorities to prevent small-pox Importation
by immigrants, or to suppress tin dWuasu
atter its Introduction, uuless an appropria
tion sufficient tocoutinuo the lnnpectioa oj
the roads running into Chicago Is mado.
Monday night, somo one by raising a
rear window, gained entrance to tha book
store of Mr. James Coleman, Commercial
avenue, and took one dollar out of tho
money drawer, leaving another dollar in
small change and a lot of postige stumps
untouched. From Mr. Coleman's place
they went into tho cigar store of Mr. Paul
11. Schuh, which is conuected with tho
book store by a door, and took from a bhelf
there a cigar box containing about twenty
dollars, leaving another cigar box, coutain
ing about eighteen dollars and standing on
a shelf above that upon which the
other stood, untouched. That tho thief
was well acquainted with the premises and
knew last where to look for tho money is
evident. There was no clue to tho perpe
trator of the act so far as known last
Over thirty million dollars went paid
in wages last year to tho miners of bitu
miuous coal in the United States. The
production of coal is the great mining in
dustry of country, far exceeding in value
the gold, sdver and iron industries. More
than forty mi 1 lien tons were taken out last
year. There were also twenty-eiglit mil
lion tons of anthracite coal mined. Eng
land produces more than twice us much
coal yearly as the United States and takes
all trom an area about the size of Ohio.
The cohI deposits of this couutry have
been barely touched. They aro fouad iu
aimost every part oi tuo lami. ino mines
at Seattle, in tho extreme northwest, pro
duced one huudred and fifty thousand tons
last year and numerous deposits have lately
beeu discovered on Puget's sound and
along the line of tho Northern Pacific rail
road, so it does not seem likely that any
part of the country will want for fuel for
The following interesting account of a
hot bear chase which occurred recently on
the farm of Ciptain W. P. Halliday, in
Arkansas, of which Col. I. B. Hudson has
charge, appeal in a recent number of the
Chicot (Ark.) Tiuis: "The Mail men
tioned, last week, the fact of Capt. J. A.
Auders m killing two bear in in Yellow
bayou cane-brake. List Thursdny he ss-
sis'ed iu the killing of another, probably
the largest killed in this section of the
state for many years, its gross weight be
ing 760 pounds. The party engaged in
the chase c insisted of Col. W. C. Sherrod,
Capt. Blake, Mr. Walter Qnlling and Mr.
James Smith. They were accompanied by
a fine p ack of do.'s, who early struck the
trail nud came tip with brain. A desper
ate fight ensued between tliein, resulting
in the death of three of the dogs and the
serious wounding of six others, before his
bcaraiiip was dispatched. One of his
paw win presented to The Mail. It
measiucd t ine und ln.'.l iijli;. in length,
nine Lobei; iu wdth, and wolghcd two tud
three-fourths of ft pound.'''
Tho Opera House wis puked k.t
night to witne'n the presentation of ' " iiii'i
of Posen" by the M. H. Curtis Combina
tion. Every seat was takeu up, stairs aud
down stairs, and a number were compelled
to stand up in the "proiuanade" throughout
the performance. The play presents some
relreshing features and combim striking
aud humorous incidents in such manner as
to hold the interest of the audi. -nee from
beginning to end. Mr. Curtis is a Hebrew
and it is therefore not surprising that he
plays the pirt of "Samuel Plastick" to
perfection. He does not ov.ir do thepart so
as to make it rediculous, but remains
strictly within the bounds of nature, which
roud'-rs his qu lint humor the more effec
tive. Mr. Divcuport Bebus as "Frank
Browajon" w as good, so were Messrs. Harry
Etinge as "Mr. Winslow," Rodney Kee
nan as "Jack Cheviot" and George Wyatt
aa "Uncle Goldstiue." Among t he ladies
there i hardly any choice, each did her
pait w.dl, but Miss Albina De.Mer as "M'lle
Celeste" had the heaviest part and acted it
splendidly. Mies Josic Wiltrere made an
attractive little "Rebecca" and Miss
Emily Stowe as "Mrs. Mulcahy" "brought
down the the housu" in a ronr of laughter.
Tho whole play and every part of it was
s'rtjjgly given. The audience was as well
plea -I'd as it could have b'en. To-day
we have "Tho Pathfinders" io "Scrap!.,"
liiih is one. ot the funniest pUys extant.
Died. Monday evuniug, Jan. 29'h, Mrs.
C. A. Beecher, widow of tho lain Jno. II.
B'iceeer, aged about 40 years.
Her fuueril w ill take planj to-day, Jan.
3Ut. Services will be held at St. Patrick's
Chinch at quarter past ten, and remains
tkn to Villa Hidgoby the 11 o'clock train
P'orlit 1 tiioerr.t
A bui has passed tic. Unite I Stateb sen
ate, I ir cx'.eiiidug the time of payment of
the t .x on whisky.
I.t us make this intelligible. After all
son of experimenting, and changing tho
rates of the tux ou whisky or, tnoro prop
er!, on the production of highways and
pure spirits, congress finally, iu 187i or
1873, settled down on a plain tux of 00 cents
per pioof gallon and paid its own guugers
and ttorekwpcr a fixed pr di ;m salary,
at the same time requiring all spirits pro
duced to be placed in government bonded
warehoufes. TaxeSou tho product were to
bo paid when the spirits were withdrawn
from bonded warehouse, and at first bo
allowauco wus made lor ''leakage.'1 The
spirit were gauged when put in and again
gauged when t ken out. This was a real
hardship to dhtl lers. For what was not
thi n (jenorally known there is a consider
able shrinkage In tho volume of distilled
spirits if they stnnd in packages of wood
for any considerable length of time. This
was for louu charged to "leakage." But
there Is actually little or no "leakage," but
there is an actual "shrink ige," due to the
process of curing or "uglug" of distilled
and lormeuted spirits. It wss just that
Cleanses, beautifies and Preserves the Teeth;
contains no Pumice Stone or other ingredient
that can possibly injure the Teeth.
HEALTHFUL AND PLEASANT IN ITS USE I
TRY IT, IF ONLY A SAMPLE, AND BE CONVINCED.
7-4 Oliio Levee and'
Cor. 8th St. t Wash. Ave.
the manufacturer should have the beuttit
of this "shrinkage." So the law was
changed, and now the distiller gets the
benefit of this "outage."
Ia bonding spirits tho distillers were at
first limited to one year as th extreme
period of tinie within which to withdraw
their gond from the United States bonded
warehouse. Then, at the end of one year
every distiller had to take hi? product out
and puy the tax, whether he had found a
market or net.
This work very well, until about 1880,
when the Kentucky distiller" iotind that
from a product of 5,000,000 gallons in 1873
they had jumped to 15,000,000 gallons in
1880. It would bo ruinous for them to
withdraw this large amount, betides the
large production of intermediate years
ranging from 7,000,000 gallons In 1874
to 8,000,000 gallons in 1979. Iw
congress was besieged in the winter of
1880-'81 to extend the time of withdraw
ing from bond from one year to three
years. Accordingly congress cume to their
relief and promptly passed the act, and
now distillers have three years within which
time to withdraw their goods from bonded
warehouse, and before they are required to
advance a dollur of tax. The operation o(M
thivlaw was to ttimulatc production, and
iu Kentucky 32,000,000 gallons were pro-
duced in 1881, and 30.000.000 in 1883.
There was, November 1, 1882, 50,600,000
gallons of whisky io bond in Kentucky;
i.ud under the law nearly the whole of it
will have to be withdrawn from bond dur
ing the year 1833. Bosides this amount in
Kentucky, there is an equal if not a greater
amount in bond elsewhere in the United
States. To withdraw this vast nmouut of
liquor from bond, and pay the taxes there
on with no immediate demand for the
same, would cripple, if not bankrupt the
majority of distillers and dealers. It ia to
relieve this creat intercut that the present
bill is asked for. The bill has passed; the
senate, and is nw before the house. If it
was the "whisky interest" alone that wus
involved, it might be just as well toet the
distillers swing by their own rope; but
there are other interests involved grain,
lumber, iron, cooperage, coal, insurance,
transportation and other interests, which
would be disastrously affected by a col
lapso of the whisky interest; and these all
sppeul to congress to step into tho breach
and prevent disaster. It is to be hoped
that congress will heed theso appeals, and
and affrd the relief desired. While it is
something of a hardship, the distillers are
willing to accept the charge of 5 per rent
interest on the deferred tax propoaod by
The new bill proposes to extend the
timo for paying the tax from threo year to
fivo years, giving ditillcrs two years more
in which to pay, But at the end of three
years the liquor is all to be regauged and
the amount of tux due ascertained, atd
the 5 per cent interest computed on the
amount so found, for the additional two
years, or less, according as the liquor s'ays
in bond the whole time, or I ooner with
drawn. jlNT RECEIVED FROM ST. LOUIS,
AT MRS. fl. WILLIAMSON'S
A complete and elegant lino of manquetade
Costumes. Alto "an elegant line of real
lacea and Irish point embroideries. Ladies
snd gents will save money by calliug aud
pnrcliHsiug before going elsewhere, lw.
Mr. R II, Cunningham has returned
trom Springfield. The report that ha went
to Spriugfield to attend tho funeral of a
brother named I. H. Cunningham who
died there ou Suuday, was uot truo. I. H.
Cunningham was not related to Mr. R. II.
Captain McCullough was down ynster
day from Mound City.
Mr. R. H. Ranghan returned yesterday
Miss Maggie McEwen is visiting Miss
Anua Morse in Anna.
"The PatuBnders last night found the di
rect road to the hearts rf tho public in
their version of Scraps. To say it is the
best show yot given in tho city is no more
than It richly deserves. From the time
the curtain rose the audience was kept in
a roar of laughter. There Is no uso com
menting on the actor lndividully,for each
and every one performed to perfection. It
would be folly to attempt any description.
of the show, for no words can convey an
idea what it was and would only detract
from its merits. If an objection could be
raised it would be that one is necessarily
compelled to laugh more than in comfort
able." f Fargo, (D T.) Argus.
N KW A'JVKK'I (V.l Nt-N.
Nuilccn ID Uil. column llireo line ol ie. zlcoim
ooetnxertion or$l (. per week.
17011 hALK . B h'T' chairs, wea tiiuin.
CON HAD ALBA, Sixth street
LX)H t)ALK.--t!!arik. Ctjuitui .Moronism, !(xrin)
1 Warranty tid Warrant Deed, at tim Ilnllctln
Jot) I'fllco 78 OMo Luven ,
TOK bALK. Ourturm ot SaiKjHxkv de,irMe
wlthnr dairr. Moth or vtiretai fa litmitor a;t
cmt)'tiid, nSm'A for a enort time u:y.
fiEO W'. YOCt'M
.INO. 1'. UKODKRICK.
AX .ESTHETIC CONCERT
0 VST Eli SUPPER
Will b f1eu , tatli t ,( lb.. Epiacopal
CbflTch at lUrlman't Ha Tiiartar vtuli k, Kb.
Admission, 15 cents.
Sapper, 35 cents, (served from 6
o'clo.k- Ice Cream aid Cake extra.
-TCathotio and Artitl; Scon ry.
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
ONE NIGHT ONLY!
WEDNESDAY, Jan. 31, 1833.
The Refined Favorites and King Fun
makers of all,
The Jolly Path finders.
In their recoimructcd and I mil atH Mu vical Com
edy Oddity cf
Or "run at the Pleasure Ground."
The Comnaay 'a mada op of ertita of the very
hlghuat Dramai ic aud Vocal ExctlltDce.
The entanalnment la lull of yflned fart, enlccd
w ith bit of flue acting aud dollcluua vocd ttTort.
'B'8t Miovr of the Season," tkfy all
8eat for aaln nt BL'DEIt'S .Towclrv Store
Prlcea: ai, 50 and 75 cut. No extrt charKti lor
(VIR() OPERA HOUSE
I'WO NIGIITH ON'uY,
FEBRUARY 2 & 3.
Ktnth Con.ecul ?u Year of the forriunit Amcrli an
'' " yrWO'-W. .S"
Aftlated by the ynung and u I fled Commcdh'iius
of uuuaual excelltuco.
Friday Eve., February 2,
will bo produced, to Atuurlcan Coniudy, lu four
A' U, wriUou by Mtllon Nublet, oulltlert :
QUILKORD OKIVBBTON, a u;Y"l.TO n'OBL B 3
FLO K B N C K W "ii L V K It SOS i 'so h 'l re .
, ,..DLH,Llil, i.iui.li.1.0
Satnrdav Eve, February 3.
wt'l ba proxented tho unique American Mote
Drama, wrlilou by Mlllou Nobles, called:
CARROLL 0 RAVES, a New York tlohi-mUn
MILToN NOHf 18
SAOIK, the Flower Olrl DOLLIK NOHLKs
Admlaalon tneloding rueervid seats 75, 50 sal If.
f a 1 I. ., I