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TflK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 4, 18.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
orrtce: so. 711 ouio uvek.
ENTKKKU AT THM CAIRO 1'OHTOmCK JTOH
TRANSMISSION T1IKOCOHTHB MAILS AT SKC
OND CLASS RATES.
ocnoiAL. V APKK OF CITY AND COCNTT
Sl'JWUL LOCAL ITEMS.
dotirm In tftis column, eistit eunu per lint for
I rut and 11 va cent per Una each subsequent luser
.Hon. Kor odo wook. 80 centa per Hue. for one
montn. ttu cents par una.
Fa km Ells and others desiring s jreuteel,
lucrative agency business, by which $5 to
20 a day caa bo earned, suua aaarew at
onco, on postal, to u. u wiininaim o.,
193 and 197 Fulton street, New York.
Seb a woman in another column near
8peer' Vinoyards, picking grapes from
which Cpmt ' Port Grape wine is made,
that is so highly esteemed by the medical
profession, for tho uo of invalid, weakly
persons and the ai;ed. Sold by druggists.
The Howe scab's have all the latest im
.provemeuta. It is true economy to buy
the bsst. B udou, Solleck & Co., agents,
8t. Louis, Mo. (3).
That Hacking Cough cau be so quickly
cured by Shiloh's Cure. Wo guarantee it.
Paul G. Schuh, a'ont. (1)
C. L.Otrica, Cobdeu, 111., says .-"Brown's
Iron Bitters gives satisfaction to all who
Do. Not Be Deceived.
In these times of quack medicine adver
tisements everywhere it is truly gratifying
- to find one remedy that is worthy of praise
and which really does as recommended.
Electric Bitters we can vouch for as being
a true and reliable remcdv, and one that
will do as recommended. They invariably
cure r!touiach and Liver Complaints, Dis
eases of the Kidneys and Urinary diffi
culties. We know whereof wo speak, and
can readily say, givo thein a trial. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle by Harry W. Schuh. (3)
Sore eyes, tetter, salt rheum, etc., are
cured by "Dr. Lindsey's Blood Searcher."
Sold by all druggists. Nevor fails.
Elys' Cream Balm cured me of Catarrh
of many years' standing restored my sense
of smell. Fr colds in the head it works
like magic. E. II. Sherwood, Nttional
State Bapk, Kliz ibeth, N. J.
Will you suffer with Dyspepsia and Liver
Complaint? Shiloh's Vitalizer is guaran
teed to cure. Paul 0. fjchuh, agent. (3)
New Blacksmith Shop.
A new horseshoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Tenth street. All
manner of blackm'tbing and wagon work
done toorier. Rjpairln work a specialty.
Work dont) promptly. - if
Hiving purchased the bakery ot J.
Anthony, oi Wusthiugton avenue between
9th and 10th streets, I prepared to offer to
the public at all tirtKS fresh bread, cakes,
&c. of the best quality at th lowest piicis
to bi fnund in the city. Call and seo me.
1512 tf Jacob Lvtskh.
Cottage For Sale.
I off:r my cottag next to the
eoruer of Slat and Poplar streets,
East side, at a bargain. Ap
ply on premises or of me at N w York
Store. M. S. Lektcoyitcr.
e e-aaMB IHMH
Engines and Saw Mill for Sale.
Two engines and one saw mill complete
to sell, nr exchange for lumber by Cuhl
Uros., 1) mgola, Ilia.
A completely furnished bouse; no aipe
water. Apply cor. 4th and Washington
avenue. Captain John Hacker. 4t
Two furnidied rooms for root,
to Mrs. S. Williamson.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices lu theae commits, teg wnti pt Una,
tifh in'Mrtlun ani wbelbwr marked or not, if caku
lU;d to fowft sar mm'i business tptt-mn ire
I way pah) for.
Mrs. S. Williamson has two furnished
rooms for rent.
Rector Davcnpnrt having returned, the
usual services will bo held to-day in the
Church of the R tdfemer.
The Prt-sbvterian Sunday-school will
bo held at the usual hour this afternoon at
IMorm hall on Eighth street.
Mr. Traxler, of tlm shoa store, is hav
ing his store-front newly painted, as a first
step in preparation for the spring trade.
Schoolchildren will rind Tub Bulle
tin scratch-book Xos. 2 and U lor sale at
Phil Siiup'8 candy st.tro. tf
Hjv. Goorg) will cradurt ratrning
and evening services at tho Biptist church,
corner of Tenth and PopUr streets, to-Jay.
Messrs. Smith & Brinkmeyer, merchant
tailors, havert'ceivedtheirspringstock, com
prising all the latest novelties in their line,
and will sell at the lowest figures and ,tiai
The ferryboat Three States will'uiake
an excursion this afternoon, leaving at 3:30
o'clock, around tho city and to Wiiikliffo.
Tho ComiqiH) band will accompany tlm ex
cursion. Hound trip 33c.
At the Methodist church to day servi
ces will bo hell at follows: Lovo feast, at
9:30 a. in ; sermon at 11 o'clock a, m.;
Sunday-school at 8 o'clock p. m , and ser
mon at 7:30 p. in. Kuv. C.Nash wilt preach
both morning and evening.
Tbo board ol county commissioners
meets Monday. Commissioner Mulcahey
was In the city ready for business yester
day. As an evidence that the confidence of
our business men, not only in tho safety of
our city, but also In the security of one
of our financial Institutions, was unshaken
during tbo (frcat fl'tod Jmt past, we bear it
stated Hint the deposits in the City Nations'
Bank were largely increased right along
during the provailance of the highest
--A largo delegation of darkies who
went to Vill Ridgo about a week ago, re
turned on the afternoon Illinois Central
Jno. Sbeol's masquorada ball will be
jrivru next week without fail. Prepare
your suits. 11
According to last evening's bulletin the
rivers were falling ever) where, so was tbo
thermometer, and the weather was gencr
ally clear, with prospect of remaining so
for a day or two at least.
The Paducah News congratulates
Cairo upon her escape onco more from
flood. Thanks. The Bulletin recipro
cates heartily, congratulating raducah
upon tho fact that her injury was compara
-Thoro will be a Y. M. C. A meeting in
the parlors of the "Howard House" Monday
evening the 5th inst. All who feel interest
ed in the work of the association and de
sire to see a reading room opened for the
use of the young men of tho city are iuvited
Friday night the cavity around drive-
well near the premises of Mr. II. U.C'andee
began to emit largo quanties of water and
sand. The cavity is about twelve feet deep
and wide enough to prmit men to work
around the pipe. Chief Myers, being noti
tied, put several men to work and had the
Long-sleepers will rise up this morn
ing and call Post-Msster Murphy blessed,
when they learu that the general delivery
ot the post-office will be open until 10
o'clock this morning instead of 9 as here
tofore. The front door will be open until
10:30. This is the arrangement tor Sun
The case of Peter Neff vs. R. Smyth
was continued in the circuit court yester
day. The diy was consumed in argumeut,
Messrs. Lansden and Leek appearing for
Mr. Smyth and Judge Green for Mr. Xeff.
Judge Green began bis argument in the
afternoon and will conclude to morrow
morning to which time the coutt adj mroed.
Mavor Thistlcwood has received a
numbertf circulars from the state board
of health, to be distributed among tho
people of the city, giving direction as to
the beet manner of preventing contageous
and other diseases. A careful reading of
the circulars, hi 1 observance of what they
recommend, could hardly fail to do some
good. The circulars may be had upon
application at the mayor's office.
Sjveral men who came here from
points bslow on tho river, in Arkansas,
Mississippi and Louisiana, state that they
bad not teen land for weeks down there.
One of them floated about in a skill in the
Arkansas buttons for ten days before he
was picked up by a passing steamer, and
Cairo was the first dry land he saw. The
latest news from below saj a that the last
foot of land at Arkansas City has disap
peared. Disastrous crevasses are reported,
though planters are still hopeful that the
overflow will not be of great extent.
The mystery surroun liug the drown
iug of a white man at tbo upper wbarfboat
Friday night was not cleared yesterday.
No ono missed any one, and no trace of the
man or of the skiff in which he sunk were
discovered. His cries for help were heard
several squares awkyj but when Meesrs.
Jas. Law and Minnie Vincent came to his
rescuo aud threw a rope almost into
his hands, bo seemed to have neither
strength nor presence ol mind enough to
grasp it, and he went down to die a watery
The committoe appointed by the Illi
nois leg'slaturo to inquire into tho needs of
Shawnectown, passed through this city
yesterday on their way hick to Springfield,
having made a thorough canvas of the
flooded town to which they Lad been sent.
They were Dr. Black, of Adams county;
Dr. Felker, of L-jc county; Judge Great
house, of Calhoun county, and II. C.
Thompson, of Ciss county. Tlioy arrived
on tho Will S. Hays and loft almost im
mediately after by rail for Springfield,
Tliey reoort a sorrowful condition of aff.ura
at Shawneotown and will probably recom
mend a liberal appropriation.
A little fire was had yesterday after
noon at the rear door of Mr. Jno. McNul
ty's hardware store. Mr. McNulty emptiuJ
the sodimonts of his two coal eil tanks out
in the back-yard not far from tho door, and
then, In order to destroy tho smell, set it
on fire. The stuff flared up suddunly,
miking a much larger flame than was an
ticipated, and, catching the door casing,
was making rapid headway. Mr. McNulty
didntlooso his presence of mind, but
called for water and put tho fire out
t.i. . r... i r..n
wan a mw uucaeto mil, some one gave
tho Arab fire boll several taps, but was
stopped before the alarm was taken up by
tho other bells.
Among the many attractions offered
by the combination of burnt cork monarchy
is tbo S im Hagul British operatic minstrel
troupo, from St, Jamoa Hall, London; until
this year on the road as an attraction, not
excelled by any traveling. Col. Haverly
obtained contract with them for two yean,
which may be considered a splondod stroke
of policy, as they are all fine singers and
present some of the popular opera in as flue
shape as is presented by any regular opera
troupe. The Jersey Lily and Hon Butler,
new burkaqua generally renders the audi
ence bclploss from luughter, aud is culcula
tod to send every one borne feeling extreme
ly well satisfied. The lithographic display
throughout the city is said to show the
figures as presented on the stage; thei
base-ball and other tableau dances being
especially well represented. The press
notices all over the country an fluttering in
tho extreme, and there is no doubt what
the company is the beat which has ye
visited us. As our attention has for several
weeks been confiucd to tbo floods, perhaps
a hearty laugh may have a tendency to do
us all good, and we think it would bo ad
visablo for every ono to turn out on Monday
evening. Buder is selling tickets rapidly
aud as there is hut one day more in which
to secure them, it would bo well to cally
and select your toats.
About two o'clock yesterday uioruing
Mr. Georgo W. Corliss was swakened by
loud cries from his son, and a terrific cUt
ter in the ball-way of his residenco up-town
Though not well, ho arose hastily and made
for down stairs, where he found his sop in
a state of great agitation and learned from
him that a thief had been in the bonne and
had just made his escape from an open
window in the parlor. Young Mr. Corliss
was awakened by the burglar; he jumped
ut of bed, graiped an Indian club that
wa near at hand, aud gave chase, throwing
the club after the rascal as he went down
stairs. A search of tbo house revealed the
fact that the thief had not loft empty
handed. Mr. Curliss' clothing was fouud
rolled up in a buudle uear the head of the
stairs, but they had ben riflod of twelve dol-
ars in money and a tine silver watch; and
anothvr suit belonging to Mr. Corliss, ju
nior, was gone. Officers Maluimy and
Mirtin undertook to work up the case yes
terday. An examination of the premise
revealed no trices of the thief, but in th
convent yard, several squares away, they
found the suit of clothing that had been
carried away, with the contents of ita pock
ets undisturbed. The watch and about
twelve dollars in money is mining with the
thief. Tho money vlue of the former is in
the estimation of Mr. Corliss, all nit thirty
dollars. The fact that, before retiring for
the night, Mr. Corliss had closed every door
and window securely from within, and that
no traces of violence were discovered on
any of them, not even about the window
through which tho thief escaped, gives rise
to the theory fjjat the rascal secreted
himself in the bouse before the farqily had
retired and kept "shady" until all were un
conscious in sleep.
Maxt London ladies crop their hair short
and wear an almost entire wig, and corse
quently catch cold more frequently than
their American cousins, but of course they
all use Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup.
DlKDl RECORDED BVCIRCC1T Ct.FRK IHVIS
SINCE FEB. 17tb 1883.
Edward Hare to Msrgret Hare; warranty
deed, dated January 9tb 1883, for lot num
bered 17; in block numbered 1, and lots
numbered 3 and 4, in block numbered 20,
in tho City of CMro, and lots numbered 17,
in block numbered 1, in Railroad Addition
to the City of Cairo.
Sheriff of Alexander county to Win.
Casey; sheriff's deed; dated July 1st 1832,
for southwest quarter of southwest quarter
of section 25, township 15, range 2.
Gee. W. Yocuni et. ux. to Horace II.
Teeter; quit claim deed, dated February
27th 1883, for southwi st half of section 85,
township 14, range 2.
M. Easterday et. ux. to Goorgo Fisher;
quitclaim deod, dated August 29th 1882,
for lots numbered 1, 2, 3, 4, and 40, in block
numbered 2, in the Fourth Addition to the
City of Ctiro.
Taylor aud I'arsous to the Orphan Asy
lum; deod, dated January 29th 1883. fur
lots numbered 15, l(J and 17, in block num
bered 42, in tho First Addition to the City
The Hon. Peter Bowo is sheriff of tho
City and County of New York. Recently
in conversation with one of our reporters,
Mr. Bowo proclaimed the following fact:
"I consider St. Jacobs Oil an excellent
remdy, and one that ought certainly to find
its way into every household. Mrs. B two
always has a bottle of it there, and makes a
family remedy of it." New Yoik Evening
OK Tit K EIGHTH AStitVElt'AHY OK THE W. C.
AND I., A. AT trtB MUTUODIHT CHDIICII,
MAHCII 0, 1883.
1. Vocal Duet-"Flow Gently Deva,"
Miss Mamie Corliss and Mr. Crowcll.
2. Annual Address "The Social Fa
bric," Mrs. II. II. Candeo.
3. Poem -"Tho Vanished Year," Miss
4. Duet "Come Love," Prisuli Mrs
W.P. Ilalliday and MissAnnio Pitcher.
5. Reading -"After The Battlo,' Miss
0. Anrnul Poem "Vocal," Mrs. B. Y.
7. B,.lo-"Answors," Hiuinenlhal-Mrs.
J. M, Lansdon.
8. I'per-"Tho Public Library, Its spe
cial value and influence," Prof. K. 8. Clark.
9. Trio-"To Sol te quest Anlma,
Attlla" Miss Aonlo Pitcher, Prof. E. S.
Clark and Mr. F. Motcalf.
The Cairo City Coal Co, will bo prepared
to tilt orders lor sawed wood on and after
Monday 6th Inst, (
LINEGAIl'S SECOND BILL.
A bill form act to divide elttei mid vllluuet sub
Jeil to oerflow mid Inundation, Into Improve
men l districts, sod to provide &ra aud min
to raise the streets, lots and blocks above tbe
lino of overflow.
Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of
the State of Illinois, represented in the
Gouoral Assemby, Any city or village of
this state lucoporated under tbo genoral
law for tho incorporation of cities and vil
lages, or under any special charter, the
site of winch is wholly or partially subject
to overflow, ami which sito is or may bo
surrounded in whole or io part by levees,
dykos or embankments to prevent overflow,
may lay off nuch city or village, or any part
thereof, Into what shall bo known or called
improvement districts, and may fix the
grade of tho streets, avenues, slleys'or pub
lie grounds within such Improvement dis
tricts, at a height abovo the natural surface
of (he earth to correspond with tho height
of tho levees, dykes or embankments sur
rounding or partially surrounding such
city or village, or above if deemed neces
sary, in such manner and to such height as
will give a surface drainage from such im
provement district to the river or rivers
which cause such overflow; aud may re
quire low lots, blocks, or parts of blocks or
lots, within such improvement district, to
be tilled in such manner as to prevent water
from standing thereon in such manner as
will prevent the samo from becoming a
nuisance or injurious to the public health,
in the judgement of the corporate author.
ties of such city or village. The woik
hereby authorized shall be done by special
assessment or Bpecial taxation, and all the
power in relation to special aesstueots or
special taxation heretofore granted to any
city or village in this State, or to any drain
age of improvement district in this State, is
hfieby gnuted to such cities and villa.'ts
under this act.
2. When any such improvement dis
nct shall be created by ordinance under
this net, it ah ill be the duty of tho corpoi -
ate authorities to cause an accurate survey
of the work contemplated to be done or
nude, to be made by a competent civil en
gineer, and cause plats, profiles and esti
mates of the work to bo done, iuclu ling
the cost of all walls or other structures
necessary to be built or constructed to hold
tbe earth to its proper place, and the cost
of the work opposite to or adjacent to each
ot iu such district, and the cost of the fill
upon each and every lot withiu such dit
trict necessary to bo filled to he used in es
timating tho benefits to be charged againd
the lot or block, or parts thereof, within
ucb improvement district; and in esiiuiai-
ng tuch benefits it shall be proper to take
intoconsidciatit n the benefit any such lot,
block, or parts thereof will receive by rea
son ot being secured from overflow or sipo
3. When any such improvement dis
trict or districts has or have been laid out
an! defined by any such city or village,
nd the cost of the improvement estimated
and ascertained by a competent engineer.
nd the benefits to the lots, blocks, or parts
thereof have been assessed, then such city
or village may cause a Beries of bonds to be
issued sufficient to pay the special assess
ments so ascertained for such district, and
which bonds, when so issued and indorsed
as hereinafter provided for. shall be a lien
upon the lot or lo's, blocks or parts thereof
which shall bo designated in such bond or
bouds, such bond or bonds to bear iaterest
at a rate not exceeding six per cent., and
may run for any term not exceeding twenty
year, the style of the bond to be fixed and
designated by ordinance; but bofore any
bond shall bo issued or be put in circula
tion, tho owner or owuers of any such lot
or lots to bo charged with special assess
ment or assessments, shall indorse upon the
back of such bond or bonds his or her con
sent thereto, in words in substance ss fol
"I hereby indorse the within bond, and
consent that the lot or lots, or parts there
of designated, shall become liable for the
interest and principal therein named, and
the same shall be a lien upon said proper
ty from this date until paid off and dis
charged. This. ...day. ...of 188....
Said bond, when prepared and executed
by such city or village and indorsed by the
owner or owners of the property to be
charged with tho special assessment or spe
cial tux, shall bo recorded in the recorder's
office of the county in which such city or
villago is located, and when so recorded
such record shall be notice of the lien there
by created to the same extent that records
of mortgages lien, aud shall have tho same
forco aud effect. No coupon uoed be re
corded ; the face of tho bund ami indorse
ment shall bo sufficient.
J 4. It shall bo tho duty of any city or
village issuing bonds uuder this act, to pro
vide by ordinance for the collection of tho
iuterest and principal of such bonds from
the property so charged with tho special
asficasinent, and shall be placed upon tbo
tax hooks in the same maimer that special
assessments or special taxes now uic for
collection, aud shall bo treated in the same
manner and have the tho same effect us spe
cial assessments now have under the
Btatuto-and such city or vlllugo ahull not
bo Jiable for tho interest or principal of any
such bond or bonds, out of any fund except
tho Bpecial fund of tho improvement district
to which tlm bond or bonds apply, and for
the faithful enforcement of tho ordinance
providing for the collection of tho interest
and principal thereof,
(5. If any steam or horso railroad shall
Vou now have the opportunity to make new and
attractive, with bright colors, your faded ribbons
ami other articles of apparel.
Every package of the
HANDY PACKAGE BYES
IS WARRAN TED capable of coloring more in
quantity and better in quality than any other dyes
that have been offered. Price: 15c. per package; 2
ior2ac. Try them and you will be delighted.
CALL AND SEE SAMPLE COLOR CARD.
7-4 Oliio Levee and
Cor. 8th St. ft Wash. Ave.
and Misses' School and Dress
every last from "B" to
You will find it to your interest to buy Shoes from
be located upon or across any street in any
such improvement district, then, in esti
mating the cost "f the work, such railroad
ball be churned with the nil upon such
street or crossing in tbo proportion or
amour t that it w ,uld require or cost such
ailroad to mako an lndependant embank
ment of the aiue height to receive its
track'or tracks upon such street or crossing :
'rovided.tbat any such railroad shall have
the same riyht to build its embanknisnt or
make its proportion of tho improvement as
is allowed to individuals. If any such
team or horse railroad shall fail or refuse
to comply with the ordinance ot any such
city or village, in this ngatd, the track or
tracks of any such delinquent railroad shall
be taken and deemed to be a nuisance, and
all rights (f any such railroad upon any
suuh street or crossing sb all be forfeited,
and the rails anl ties removed as the work
i (5. If any property, wittjin aoy ltu
provemeat district created under this act.
hall belong tommor beirs, idiots, lunatics,
or any person otherwise incapacitated to
contract, the guardian, conservator or other
person in charge of any such eBtate, way
nnlv to tho circuit court of trie county in
which such city or villago is located, by
petition, for leave to endorse such bond or
bonus, and when cndoiseo by order ot tne
court, such endorsement shall have full
force aud effect in law.
( 7. All the powers hereby granted to
tho corporation authorities of cities and
villages, uviy be put into full force and
ffect by proper ordinances, and tho powers
hereby (ranted shall bo liberally construed
by all cour's in this state in order that full
force and ctlect shall be tfiven to tins act.
8. Fho owner or bolder of any such
iond tuny, in addition to tho powers here
by givm to the cities or villages, under
his act, to collect the interest and princi
pal, have his or her personal remedy in any
court upon the endorser upon his endorse
ment, for failure to pay interest or princi
pal, and in case of two successive failures
by any person liable to pay the interest on
any such bond, such bond sIibII be held to
o due, and the holder may enforce his lien
r interest and principal by foreclosure in
ny court of this state of competent juris
S 0. Whereas there are cities and vil-
aies in this state that are subject to over
flow aud have suffered Beverly by the recent
floods and inundations, and the but time
for successful work in filling is In the
sprinir months, therefore an emergency
exists, and this act shall take effect and be
in force from and after its passage
130 and 1;1H Commur-1
cIhI Avenue, (
DRY GOODS and NOTIONS,
a full lino of all tho latest, nowest colors
nd quality, and boat manufacture.
UAHPJCT DKP.V11TMICX 1'.
Body ftrnsstil, Tapestries, Ingrains, Oil
Cloth, A,, &c.
Clothing and Gents' Furnishing
This Department occuplua a full flow and
la complain In all respocu. Goods are
Kiiarsnteud ot lslust style and best ma
terial, Bottom Prices aud First-class Goods I
and RELIABLE CASH DRY GOODS HOUSi
Our "KKXSINtiTO.V POLISH'
continues as popular as ever
and our Stock of Spring Slioei
is now nearly complete, a largt
invoice having been received Sat
urday, and consists of Children1!"
Shoes, and Ladies' Shoes oifK
oiles Id tblt column Ibrea Hues or 5ccn;i
ooelnserttoQ or 1 Ol per week.
FOK8ALK.--UI inkl. CliaJUi Morifitfea, Martnf
Wimnt? snd Warranty Dt-etli l tb Ditllclto
Job office 79 Ohio Uvw
. . .
iNTKD-Bitck btrral coupon; tlctdjr work
lor goon men
CUICKASAW COOPKRAUK CO..
(10 U LOTS FOK SALK On i illrosd rwt
'J he low lb, thre lntiS, 9 and I'UilocH IV 2ihy
eOeicb, maklnji "5 fe-l rm Hull rood iirci'l and
Uet dnep. For particulars apply at Ralletln oDce.F
iTOlJt tO K RRN'T On Berth Ho of 4th
rtrt. B("f Wuhlne'iin aTcnui'. 75 r.-rt Ionic,
part two atorr. "Oh No I cittern; about tliehiwh
tat natural ground tn 'alrn. Appj to ll.Uurke
corner ltd street and Washington avenue.
(VIR() OPERA HOUSE
Mondav Eve., March 5.
The Famous Minstrel Monarchs l
J..H. HAVER LY'S
J H. ilAYRRI.Y
JOHgr'II A, GCMC'K
MAN AUK K
Strengthened and Improved tFuper
lative Excellence by Mr. Uaverly'a
recent purchase and absorption of
British Operatic Minstrels,
The Greatest Comedians.
Tho Rarest of Minstrel Singers,
The Grandest Instrumental Corps
New Operatic Satire,
Or, Ben Butler and The Jersey Lily,
50 Artists In the Operetta, elntly
costumed in the richest ami
most superb Costumes.
Tickets on silo at Buder's Jnwolrv store. Ro
ssrved ceats, 75 cents and fl.UO. sdiulieloa, US,
CO sneff: cents.
JAS. B. SMITH. EUBKIIT 4. rMlTR.
Grand Central Store.
DK ALE liS IN
OA.1HO. - - ILL.
N. B. Thistlewood & Broii
GRAIN SACKS and TWINE.
NO. 80 OHIO LEVEE,
Cairo, - - - Illinois.