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TIIE DAILY BULLETIN
OKKICB: NO. 78 OMO LEVEE.
KNTKUKI) AT TUB CAIllO rOSTOFFICK FOR
TRANSMISSION TIlltOUOIITDK MAILS AT BKC
OND CLASS RATES.
OftlvtAL PAPKK UF CITY AND CUTJKTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Soticea 1u tnif column, eignt cents per Una for
Srr-taml IWe cenu par lint eachauhuquent tneer
Uon. For one wwk, 3D cent per lino. Far ono
month, tti) conn pur lino.
New Blacksmith Shop.
A. now horse shoeing slioj) has heen open
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Tenth street. All
manner of blacksmitbintf and wagon work
dono to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work tlono promptly. tf
Tub lie. Goo. II. Thayer, of Bourbon,
Iml., bhj's: "Both myself ami wife owo our
lives to Skiloh's Consumption Cure. (9)
Per a woman in another column near
Spoor's Vineyards, picking grapes from
which Spoor's Port Orapo wine is made,
that is so highly esteemed by the medical
profession, for the uso of invalids, weakly
persons and the aicd. Sold by druggists.
The U. 8. government are using large
numbers ot toe Improved Howe Scales.
Borden, Sellock & Co., agents, St. Louis,
To all who arc suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will cere you, fheb
ok ciiakok. This great remedy was
discovered hy a minister in South America.
Send a sell-addressed envelope to the Hev.
Joseph T. Inman, Station I)., New York
Free ot Cost.
All persons wishing to test the merits of
ft great remedy one that will positively
cure Consumption, Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Bronchitis, or any affection of the Throat
and Lungs arc requested to call at Harry
W. Schuh's drug store and get a trial bot
tle of Dr. King' New Discovery for Con
sumption free of cost, which will show you
what a regular dollar-size bottle will do. (1)
Thus exclaimed an old gentlemnu recov
ering from a severe attack of the bronchial
tubes, 'Sellers' Cough Syrup' cured mo."
i rice -oc.
Puhr Con LivehOil made from selected
livers, on the sea-shore, by CaBwell, Hazard
& Co, New York. It is absolutely pure
and sweet. Patients who have once taken
it prefer it to all others. Physicians have
decide it superior to any of the other oils
CrurnKD ITamw, Face, pimplks, and
rough skin, cured by using Juniper Tar
Soap, marto by Caswell, Ha.ard & Co.
New York. (2)
A Gorttl Restaurant.
' If you want a good meal call at Schocn
meyer's Restaurant cor. 10th st. and Wash
ing avc. Only 25 cts. for a regular meal,
and day boarding will find the best accom
modation on reasonable terms.
Are you made miserable by Indigestion,
uwstipation, Dizziness, Loss of Appetite,
leilow skin siuloh's Yitalizcr is a posi-
tve cure. (10)
Mary Greenfield, Gallatia, says: "Brown's
iron Bitters completely cured mo of norv
oueness, constipation and general debility."
To The West.
There are a number of routes leading to
the above-mentioned section, but the direct
and reliable route is via Saint Louii and
over tho Missouri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily are run from the Grand Union
Depot, Saint Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of the very
ficcat make are attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Cal
ifornia connect with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trains for KanBas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is made with the
Overland train for California.
This lino offers to parties enroute to the
West and Northwest, not only fast time
anil superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, as it passes through the finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Send for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, &c, of this
lino, which will be mailed froe.
C. B. Kissax, F. Chandler,
Ass't Oon'l Pass. Agent. Gon'l Pass Agent.
Scrofula of thirty years' standing has
been cured by "Dr. Liudsoy'g Blood Search
er." Sold by all druggists.
KtieKicn n Arnica Salve
The liiht Salve -.n tho world for Cuts,
BiuisM. Soros, Ulcers Suit Rheum, Fever
Sees, Totter. Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns. and a'l Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
foct satisfaction, or money refunded. Prico
55 cents r box. For sale by Geo. E
O H aha. -
Fortunes for Farmer and Mechanics
Thousiinds of dollars can be saved by us
ing proper judgment in taking care of the
health of yourself and family. If you are
Bilious, have sallow complexion, poor nppe
tito, low and depressed spirits, and generally
debilitated , do not delay a moment, but
go at once mid procure a bottle of thoso
wonderful Electric Hitters, which never fail
to cure, and that for the trifling sum of fif
ty cents. Tribune. Sold by Hurry W.
Having purchased tho bakery o ,).
Anthony, on Washington avenue between
0th and' 10th streets, I prepared to offer to
the public at all times fresh bread, cakes,
Ac. of the lest quality at the lowest prices
to be found in tho city. Call and see me.
12-11 tf Jacob Latnkb.
Cottage For Sale.
I offer my cottage next to the
corner ot 21st and Poplar streets,
East aide, at a bargain. Ap
ply on premises or or me at Now York
31. S. Lkftcovitch.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Nolle In tha eoinmns. tan cant per Hut
inch Innartlon and whathur marked or not, tf calm-
imed to Toward my miu i buelneee totoroit are
DAIt.T TELEGRAPHIC NEWS ON FIRST
An elegant set of sterling silver tablo
ware, one hundred and one pieces, is (lis
played in tho window of John A. Miller,
jeweler. Tho set is valued at $300.
The wildest man in Cairo at 4 o'clock
yesterday afternoon, was Tom Sloo at the
post office. He had charge of the Valon
Fon Sale Whito Leghorn Eggs, pure
strain, $1.00 per setting ot 18. Apply to
E. A. Burnett.
The snag-boat Salvor No. 2 was ice
bound in the Mississippi Tuesday and Cap
tain Oliver was in the city yesterday and
engaged the Ironsides to go and pull her
The card of N. B.Thistlewood & Bra.,
dealers in grain and hay, appears in this
issue of The Bulletin, and we commend
the firm to our readers in and out of the
Schoolchildren will And The Bulle
tin scratch-books Nos. 2 and o tor sale at
Phil Saup's candy ghre. tf
The dining-room of a down -town
hoarding-house was burglarized Tuesday
niejit between supper and bod timo and
three men mourn the loss of an overcoat
each and winter not yot over.
A mulu diawing a dray laden with
nails got a bad fall near the top of Ohio
levee opposite Springfield block yesterday
forenoon. The dray was also turned over
and tho nails dumped in the mud.
The hit of the season 1 The "Our
Bachelor Cigar!" at Barclay Brothers'.
At a meeting of the board of health
Tuesday night it was decided to accept all
marine patients after tho first, at the city
pest-house at $3.50 per head per day. The
first patient is to cost the government $5
ppr day until a second shall be received.
"-Amongnewadvcrtismunts will be found
the card of the old established house of
Ooldstine it ltusenwater. This firm car
ries a heavy stock of dry goods ami notions
as well as clothing and can furnish you
with anything you wish.
The kekuyiioat Th roo States is now
running to Fort Jefferson, leaving hero at
8:00 a. n, and f?::i0 p. m., and 2 p. in Sun
day. 25 cents round (rip. It
Tueslay the financecointnittee compro
mised with Mr. Sebastian Herbert who was
about begin proceedings against the city
for damages on account of injuries received
by fulling from a sidewalk. Mr. Herbert
accepted a proposition to take $50 in lull
of his claim.
Now that the nomination of Captain
Wm. Murphy has been confirmed by the
senate, it remains only for him to fill out
a bond for fifty thousand dollars, send it
to Wsshington for approval, and whon this
shall have been done, proceed to take pos
session of the office. It will be but a few
days now until tho change takes place.
At the conclusion of the service in the
Methodist church Sunday night Rev. Scar
ritt read to the congregation a letter writ
ten by a lady living in Missouri and mnk
ing inquiry for Rachel E. Rose, the writer's
sister, who lived in tho city soon after the
war and of whom the writer of the letter
had not heard ior a number'br years,
Captain J. D. Waldran gave the llalli
Iny Guards another lesson in military tac
tics Tuesday night. The exercises are
growing to bo very interesting. Captain
Waldran is certainly an expert at the art
and ho has tho happy faculty of making
his pupils understand exactly what he
means. Ho is well pleased with his pu
pils and they are all delighted with him.
- We have for nearly a week been run
ning telegraph reports and sending p ipers
out through the country in numbers that
makes Tiik Bulletin a ten times better
advertising medium than before, and we
to-day ecu tho first of our merchants who
appreciates tho tact aud desires to help us
out by sending in an advertisment that
will be paid for not by increased expense
but by increased business.
William Eichhoff has given his estab
lishment tip-town on overhauling that
makes it a pleasure to visit it. He has
coiled and painted the all inside and divi
ded the upper floors into suiti ot rooms
for displaying fine sots of furniture of which
lie has a stock that will compiro with that
displayed in any city. Ho is putting in an
elevator to make the trip to these floors
Mr. Obeily didn't et away until yes
terday afternoon, though Tuk Bi'm.ktin
announced hissdeparttiro tho day before.
Ho remained a day longer "just to pleaso
the hoys" who beseigod him constantly
from all sides. His time was, up Tuesday ;
The Bulletin, knowing him to be one of
the most punctual of men, when left to
himself, said be had gone home Tuesday;
therefore he oiiKot to have 'gone homo
Dail? Trlriirachic new ON FIRST
About two months ago, Mr. Sol. Silver
lost a tino diamond pin from his room,
worth about fifty dollars. No trace could
be found of it about tho place and he ins
pected that it had been stolen. Chief My
ers was notified and ho gave the matter
CAIRO BULLETIN: TIHHtflDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 15, mz.
duo attention. ' Tho two months wont by
and yestorday tho ctief arrested a colored
boy named Nowton Huffman, who had
sold the pin to another colored boy yester
doy forenoon, for 40 cents. Huffman was
taken to tho county jail immediately after
arrest, and within less than half an hour
afterwards tho crand iurv had sat on his
caso and found an indictment against him
Mr. Silver sports a diamond pin again.
Information is obtained from a relia
ble source to tho effect that tho Iron Moun
tain railroad is about to abandon its trans
fer business at Columbus and concentrate
it all at this point. It is now running two
tiausfor steamers, ono at each point, to con
nect with the Mobile & Ohio railroad,
while ono transfer at this point could do all
the business just as well and with but one
half the expense. Tho change would be
ruinous to Belmont and Columbus, and he
beneficial to Bird's Point, 3Io., and Cairo.
The change has boon seriously contempla
ted for a long time, but it is now about to
Just alter noon yesterday, general Ha
zen sent tho following special to Observer
Ray here: "The Ohio reached its maximum
of sixty-five feet one inch at Cincinnati
yesterday, and fell about two inches dur
ing the night. Tho heavy rains which will
prevail in tho Ohio valley to day will delay
the fall at Cincinnati and the points above,
and probably cause a second rise. The
river has reached the danger line at Cairo,
and dangerous floods will occur In the Mis-
. i t i t
sissippi below. rroperty suouio ue
removed st once to places of
eafety above the danger line,' this
warning conies in amplo time to enable all
persons below here to prepare for the flood
ami they are doing so as - rapidly as possi
ble. An old woman named Aijnes Smith has
been in tho city for years and been a con
stant candidate for the city jail by reason
of her persistent violations of all the city
ordinances against drunkenness, disorderly
conduct, offensive language, etc., etc. But
she is no longer u citizen of Cairo. Some
time ago the Sisters of the Holy Cross here
interected themselves in her case and solic
ited from those in charge of
the Good Shepard hospital at
St. Louis tho privilege of send
ing Mrs. Smith to that good charitable in
stitution for nrrcssary caro, aud tho sisters
succeeded. Tuesday Chief Myersconductod
Mrs. Smith to St. Louis and lodged her
safely In her new home where sho will have
to bo good to herself in spite of In r natur
al disposition to bo otherwise.
The second edition of the "B.it O. Red
Book" hug just come to hand. Presidential,
congressional and state tables are given of
the results in the eleven states which sig
nalod what has been not inaptly termed the
political revolution of 1882. The accom
panying remarks over a largo scope ol de
tail directly pertiinin j to past elections in
the states named, and are collated without
the slightest partisan bias. Indeed, this
has been made the governing principle of
the publication. Facts aro given as ofiici
hi I v demonstrated, and tho reader mav
draw such conclusions as please him best.
Tho "comparative tables of the Guberna
torial elections in 1878 and 1883 lu Pen
sylviinia, and in 187!) and 1882 in Now
York, aro of special interest, as are also
the psges dovotc-4 to the members of the
forty-seven and forty-eighth congress, ar
ranged so as to show at a glance the de
tails of succession in the districts of any
slate in the Union.
SOME rERTINENT QUESTIONS,
Kit" tor Iliillctln:
Being quite intciested in the discussion
of organized charities I wish to say a word
or two. "Fiat" thinks tho ladies compe
tent to manage the organization were money
put in their hands to do it. "C" thinks
as "rough men" are tho principle applicants
for charity, that only a man is suitable to
assist them, and that he should have a"!Vr
salary" for servicos. That with a commit
tee of three or five benevolent ladies to visit
each ward tho question of the work is
Ladies have to talk to those "rough men"
daily, at thoir own doors. Would it bo
any more severe on tlieni to do so, were
they authorized? Does "C" intend this
Ci'inmitteo of ladies to receive a salary
also, or ure they simply to do the work,
and tho man in the office to receive tho
I make this meek inquiry for informa
Among thu cases disposed of by the cir
cuit court yesterday nm the day before
wcroa number which ought to bo of inter
est to suveral ol the railroad companies
represented in tho city, L'-o Dock and
Stephen Pjiker, who were on Tuesday
given respectively three years and otio ami
a half yoars, and Rubu Burton, also eigh
teen mouths all for burglary and larceny,
were a brace of IVIIows who had been be
fore caught in tho act or robbing freight
can in tho Illinois Central yards and been
duly punished therefore.
Yesterday Bill Williams and Bill Nicholls
were each sentenced to one year in the pen
itentary for burglary. They pleaded guilty
to robbing the Walush depot of a quantity
of goods in transit, eonsUiing of oysters,
candy, tobacco, etc.
Payne Smith, burglary and larceny, nun
year lo the penitentiary.
Louis Snaglur, burglary ami larceny,
county jail for ton days and twenty-five
Whit Clemens, the supposed "pal" of tho
Fitzgerald safe robbers, Williams and
Washington, pleaded not guilty and tho
sentences of tho latter will bo withheld hy
tho court until Clemens shall havo been
Eil. Higgins.'burglary and larceny, plea
of guilty, sentenced ono year in peniten
Commodore Perry aud Wm. II. Mosby,
burglary, jury trial not finished at this
Tuesday the case of Jacob Bradloy for
perjury was continued, and that of Lizzie
Bland, for larceny, was nolliod by the
Tho grand jury did quicker work than
must oi us predecessors anu it ma some
noble work. It found true bills in all
cases brought before it but one up to last
night, and will finish up this forenom.
They would have gotten through lust night,
t..J .1 i ..... t. .
out ior me tact tnut tne witnesses In one
esse were not in the city. The reason why
their work was not evident in the court
proceedings, was, that the state's attorney
did not draw up tho indictments in the
cases in which true bills had boen found,
allowing the latter to accumulate and the
court to wait on the indictments. Many
of the prisoners in the jail, perhaps most of
them, have pleaded or will plead iruilty,
and it is thought that those demarding
trial will also be quickly disposed of.
TIIE RIVERS AND WEATHER.
At this point tho Ohio marked forty-two
teet last niglit about 0 o clock. I he sixty
foot rise of Cincinnati camo upon us about
Tuesday night and gave us about 41 feet.
Tho sixty-five foot rise will be here about
Saturday and will not give us, according to
reliable calculations, over forty-six feet
pi t ... ... t
i ins is, oi course, auMiming mat the river
will rise no mor at Cincinnati and that
tin! Mississippi will stay down. But accord
ing to last evening's bulletin the second
rise loreciiaoowco ny ueneni llnzen in
his special published elsewhere, set in at
Cincinnati, the river marking there at 2
o'clock yesterday afternoon sixty-rive feet
three inches, having risen three inches.
At St. Louis too the river took a sudden
rise of two feet ono inch during the twenty-
tour hours ending at 2 o'clock yesterday
afternoon, marking there at that hour seven
feet five inches.
These rises were caused by rains and
sudden warm changes in the temperature.
Rains were reported in last evening's bulle
tin, for the eight hours ending at 2 o'clock,
as follows: Cairo, .(IS; Chattanooga, .0U;
Cincinnati, .71 ; Louisville, .4:!; Memphis,
0!; Pittsburg, .50. There was also a gen
oralrisoin tho temperature, which, except
ing Bismarck and North Platte, racged be
tween fifty-six and seventy-six degrees
above zero. At North Platte it was thirty
uinc and at Rismarck, only twelve, having
fallen, at the latter point, seventeen degrees
during the previous twenty-four hours. At
St. Louis the thermometer was sixty-four,
making a difference of fifty-two degrees
between that point and Bismarck. This
difference will be, prob iby, gradually les
sened by the temperature at St. Louis fall
ing lo a point wlnre thawing will be ma
terially checked, and likewise the rising of
the river there.
Tho barometer was generally very low
yesterday, but it is mihjoct to sudden
changes, and a rise and c msequont check of
rain was anticipated.
Tho wind was from the south at moft
points and blowing quite briskly; but at
Bismarck it was from tho north and blow
ing at the rate of sven miles por hour.
The following dispatch gives some very
favorable information about the Tennessee
JoflNSONVILLK, TkNNBSHJC, I
Fku. 14, 6 p. m, f
River ou stand. Has beeen so for last
twenty-four hours, W. II. Johnson.
Private news from the Wabash river lant
evening was not discouraging. The river
was rising very slowly at tho points heard
The lithographs of the Ideal Uncle Tom
combination seen throughout tho city are
very liandsomn and attract a great deal of
The company will appear to-morrow, Fri
day evuning, at the Opera House, and bavo
tho lacilities to entertain and instruct an
audience, not offered by any other company
ot the kind on the road. A groupn cf
genuine Siberian bloodhounds are among
Mrs. Rial, wife of the proprietor and
manager, has made the character of Eliza
one ofilie most prominent in the play, and
acts it with groat energy and spirit,
Die pioc.u is well mounted, ami will bo
pies-nled in t manner near equaled in this
city, It is to bo hoped a good audience
will bo in attendance.
Prices to suit tho times, 50, JJ5 and 25.
Reserved seats included. Buder has tick
ets on sale.
Wk understand that seal-skin coats ate
going out of stylo, and in consequence
colds are increasing among tho fair sex.
How rort unato there is such a remedy i
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup.
GOOD LOTS VOW SALE.
On Railroad street below (till, throe lots
, I) and 10 block 15, 25 by 20 each, mak
ing 75 feet on Railroad street and 30 feet
deep. For particulars apply at Bulletin
LADIES, ATTENTION !
You now liave the opportunity to make new and
attractive, with bright colors, your faded ribbons
and other articles of apparel.
Every package of the
HANDY PACKAGE T YJUS
IS WAHRAN TED capable of coloring more in
quantity and better in quality than any other dyes
that have been ollered. Price: 15c per package; 2
ior2or. Try them and you will be delighted.
CALL AND SEE SAMPLE COLOR CARD.
Vl Oliio Lores arid.
Cor. 8th St. Wash. Ave.
n m a u
STUARTS POPULAR and RELIABLE CASH DRY GOODS HOUSE,
A new pnir of Mn.es will hj gfiven for any of our Custom
Shops that I! IT or HURST within thirty days. 2-mm.
T1IK S T H E N 0 T 1 1 K N I N f J CAUSE Or
I MlMOirl Kiipiihllcun.
From, tlio dim iwsinn n I investigation of
tho work nnJ the iuKIumI-i f ttie river cum
mittsion in itn proving tlx; MituiMippi river,
the leading niid important Ucf arededuc -d
with canstantly ijrowinu diatirictriPs'8 that
the concentration of the water and the ril
ing of the channel an; fcasi hie, and that tuo
greatest depth of water required hy com-
merce can h thus olitained. This wns th'i
icw of common nense at the outset, and it
was therefore nm douhtod hy common
sense people that experience would Hiixtain
it. It has heeii shown lit hundred of places
that a divided channel and diffused water
caused shouliiii, and that concentration re
lieved tho troii hh; at ono. It hm also heeii
shown that s'ahle nnki invarialily ive a
deep chmnel. It Iris heea deniohstated
at dozens ol places that hanks nmy he made
secure hy the simplest devices of engineer
injj. The improvement of the navigation if
the Mississippi river an I its tributaries has
therefore heen and is a simple question of
the expenditure of a siillicieiit sum of money
known to be far within the ability of the
government according to suggestions of
common sense. The prevention of over
flows is a question much more complicated
and diflicuit to he understood. The best
ightson that subject and the most ratinind
conclusions leave no doubt in the minds of
iuvcHti'iiturs tint with tixc I banks thu
floods may be curel and the river held in
required bounds by hwcos. Vast sums
expended on levees, aggregating many
times more than it will cost to tix perma
nent hanks, have been expended in nuking
evees on ground which was soon to be
swept away by the changing and impinging
current of the river. If the money and ef
fort which have been thus lost had heen ex
pended on permanent ground, there would
be no danger now of overflow. It is pro
posed lo olfer in the future this permanent
basis for iciist ince to fluids, and it is not
feared that tho accretions of future years of
levee work will fail to hold the waters in
the hounds pns.trihnd. It will be a mis
fortune to the country if congress, in obudi
once to clamor resulting from ignorance
and misrepresentation, inspired by selfish
ness, should refuse to go on with a system
which promises so much in its direct elfnets
on the cost of transportation, and in col-
ateral advantages to production, linahh
aod tlm general material and moral condi
tion ol the people of tins valley.
How to (Jut Skjk. - 1'xposu yourself dny
And night, eat too much without exercise,
work too hard without rest, doctor all the
timo, take all ilvvilo nostrums advertised,
and then you will want to know
How toOkt WKLti. Which is answered
n thrne words Take Hop Bitters I
CIIUKCH OF THK HEUEBMEK
The following will he the services in the
Church ol the Hideemnr for the week days
till Palm Sunday:
Wednesday, 7:110 p. Ul-i Thursday, 10 .A.
m., 4:!1() p. m.; Friday, 10 a. m., 7:1)0 p. m.j
Saturday, 10 a. in., 4:1)0 p. in.
F. P. Davicnpobt, Rector.
This is a eorreet ent of our new
The uewt, nobbiest tiling out. l'lam
Kid, patent leather tip, for S3. OO.
Finest Kid Vamp, with tt'ove Kid Top,'
putent fattier trimmed at t'A r.n Sep
I'l-lililo tinat nr kid Knttun vliro u r
82.50. tJhildr n'n and Misses' UM
Sliois in tdzeN 4 to 13.
Noilci In I lili column tbrue lluo or k- cum
onelnnprtlon or ll.no p r week.
IOH8.M,R.--IJIink, Clinlta! Moralize, Sp.rul
Wirri.tr Dd Warranty l eU t tb llullciin
Job office TS Oblo L,rw
""AVr-SrM Cairo, Illinois.
DRV GOODS and NOTIONS,
a full lln of nil the latent, new-n colon
nl quality. and ht mnuufu. turo.
Clothing and Gents' Furnishing
Thia I) partment nccoplea a fall fla r aul
la complete lu all rcn-a. Good" are
guaranteed of latent tiyle and bot ma
terial. Bottom Prices aud First class Goods!
N. B. Thistlewood & Bio.,
a HA IN,
GRAIN SACKS and TWINE.
NO. 80 OHIO LEVER,
Cairo, - - - Illinois.
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
'(INK NIOIIT ONLYI
FRIDAY, February 1C.
Europe and America' (Iroateat Sihtouk!
Two flreat Coni'ianies Consoli lated.
The European Company
after in extended tour Hirnuuli Knuland, Ip'IkikI
nud Hrotlaml, having Jitet rotnruml and enn
sollilated with MK. Kl AL'
furiuliiK hoyond all question thu HtroiiKt Com-
niiiaiton mat mm ever presented
UNCLE TOM'S CABIN
Double Dramatic Company,
flritml Seonlc Effects,
Trick Donkey " Frisco,"
Tho Matrnolia Slavo Rami
anil the only goodlim
People's Pr een, Wc, MA and Mic, No cxtral
No hl(hi'r I