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No. 191 Commercial Ave.,
Sole Ajentfoi the Celebrated
aliocarrki thelargeat and belt, .elected etocaol
ever brought to the cltjr. I'r1cc ranging from the
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Tinware, Graolteware, Karthenware and a general
line of Houac Purnlahing Cioode, Lamp., Fixture.,
etc. Call tod examlna before purcueelng.
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Telephone No. 12
Goldstine & Kosenwater
136 & 138 Oom'l Ave.
have a full and complete line of
Linen Goods, Dusters, Motions, Etc.
A be itt etock ot Body Brunei, Taper
tnet and Ingram
A fall ttork of Oil Clo'.Uf , alltizci and prlcei.
All Uooda nt Bottom Prioe!
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(Successor to Chas- T. Newland and
Plumber, Steam and Gas Fitter
Commercial Ave , bet. Tenth and Ele
OA1.UO. : : : ILL.
Drive Well Force and Lift Pnmpa furnlahcd ind
pat ap. A(ent for tbe Celebrated
"BUCKEYE FORCE PUMP"
he butt pomp ever Invented. New Oaa Fixtures
urnl.hed to order. Old t'lxtarea repaired and
tSfJobblng promptly attended to 819-tf
Manufacturer anl Dealer In
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Milwaukee Beer io kegs and bottle, a
Manufactory Corner 4th & Com'l
NEW YORK STORK,
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The Larg'jst Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor. Nineteenth street) Pnirn Til
Commercial Avenue f UllIU, 1U
ASSAULTED IN THE STREET,
Governor Cleveland tho Victim of
the Fury of a Temporary
Who Claims That H9 Had Eoceived Prom
ises Which Were Broken, and Was
Bent On Revenge.
Pitiful Story of a Dying Wife and An Im
prisoned Biother-in-Law, Pro
Albany, K. Y., October 20. On bis
way to tbe Executive Chamber this morn
ing Cleveland was assaulted by Samuel
J. Boone, of Eluulra, N. Y., who, with hU
wile, created au excitement some diys
since at tho Executive Mansion. ' Bo-jdo
lay la waite for the Governor at the cor
ner of Lancaster and Eaf?lo streets, and
as he approached addressed him, follow,
log It up at onco with two blows, which
were worded off by the Governor.
Uoeyie then rushed Into the street and
reached for a paving-stone. As he was
p.cklng It up, ho was seized by a passer
by and held, the Governor quietly pass
lug on. A large crowd at once col
lected, and la the couf uslou lioone en
caped and entered a Ijourdlnn-tiouso
near by, where he was followed aud ar
rested. He was taken before Police
Justice Guttaan, who remanded him for
examination ou Wednesday at 3 p. in.
The Governor was visited by scores of
peoplo daring the morning. He makes
light of the affair.
Boooo, who ts a snnll delicate man,
looks wUd, bat talks rationally, lie ad
mits tbe ansau'.t was unjustill id, but in
sists lhat bU wife is dying iu Albany, and
th.it her Illness Is greatly aggravated by
her fretting about the pardon which ho
sought from the Governor for her brother
some days since. Koou says he has bad
no sleep for upwards of a week In conse
quence of her Illness. The attending
physician this morning assured bini that
bis wife could not recover aud the poor
fellow may be, tcmporari y at least,
classed as a ciank.
Acbcrn, X Y., October 20. S. T.
Boone, tbe man who assaulted Governor
Cleveland to-duy, was In Auburn Septem
ber 30th, and nude no secret ot his mis
sion, which was to see his brother-in-law.
Among other things, he said he had
ben promised a prdoa, and that either
Cleveland or Siansfleld, District Attorney
ot Chemung County, had Ilea to him, and
If it was Cleveland he would shoot him.
A UANKEIi IJLOWN UP.
TerribH Exp'.oaton of Gas in a Back
Elmiba, Ji. Y., October 20. TWs city
was thrown into a state of excitement
this morning by the report that John
A mot, a millionaire banker and tbe pres
ent member of Congress from this dis
trict, had been killed by a gas explosion
In his bank. A great crowd of excited
citizens hurried to tbe scene, and soon
the building was surrounded.
About nine o'clock this morning those
living in the vicinity of the bank were
start d by a loud explosion. Nearly
ever window in tho building was shat
tered by the concussion, while In some
Instances tbe window sashes were blown
out. A subsequent examination showed
the doors of the vaults twisted and
broken, the locks torn off and other dam
age done In various parts ot the Uauk, so
fearful was the force of the explosion.
At tho time of the accident there were
In tho 1 ank Congressman Arnot and sev
eral clerks. Arnot had gone into the
vault to open the inside sale preliminary
to commencing tbe day's business. It
seems tbe gas had not been turned off
.Saturday, and bad been pouring Into the
vault from the time the bank closed that
day until this morning. Arnot struck a
match to enable him to see. Almost In
stantly there was a terrilio explosion.
Arnot was hurled from the vau t ten feet
and struck against the Cashier's desk at
the opposite side of tbe room. When
picked up he was almost unrecognizable
ills clotbes were torn from bis body; his
face burned and blackened, aud his whis
kers and hair completely burned off.
But strange to say, he still retained con
sciousness. The flrnt one to approach him was one
of the clerks, to whom Arnot said tbcro
was no need of sending for a doctor. A
doctor was cnt for, however, and .Arnot
was carried Into tho private ollloo. ' The
doctor soon arrived and made a superfi
cial examination. Ho found no serious
injuries, but expressed the fear that Ar
act had received Internal Injuries; also
that he would lose the sight of one, If not
of both eyes. Ho was taken home, and
the results ot a further examlnatlonearo
He is one of tho most popular and re
spected men in tho city, and much sym
pathy Is felt for him. He was to have
entertained cxSpeukor Randall, who
speaks hero to-night.
EunitA, October 20. At two o'clock
this afternoon Congressman Arnot is
resting quietly uuder tho inllucuco of
opiates. It has been found that his In
juries are much more serious than at
first stated. Ills pnydclnus say that If
ho rallies froui thu shock they have no
doubt of his ultimate recovery.
LOSS OF L1FK TO FOLLOW.
An Unfortunate State of Affairs in
AueriK, Titx., October 20. Adjutant
General King, commander of tho S'ate
forces, kft this noon lor Fort Worth, to
enforce the order of Governor Ireland
and have Jim Courtrlght, tho famous
desperado, turned over to tho New Mexi
can authorities for justice. Courtrlght
Das killed several men there, Tin peo
ple of Fort Worth are determined not to
permit hUn to bo taken, and the Texas
Btato forces are all determined to on
force tin law, and a collision and loss of
life arecertala to follow to-night.
Diamond Out Diamond.
BevrALO, K. Y., October 20 During
the present week, or next week at tho
fartheet, a very Interesting suit between
tho Buffalo Lubricating Oil Company
tad H. B. & C. M. EvoreaU, will be tried"
I the Baoreeaa Court before Judge'
CMMt The Batfato Labrteatlttff Ol)
Company In Its complaint, fllodoverayear
ago, charges tho Messrs. Eve rests, as
employes of tbe Vac an in and Standard
Oil Company with maliciously conspiring
to Injure tho business of the Lubricating
Oil Company, and that that company is
thereby damaged to tho extent of a hun
dred thousand dollars. The local com
pany promises some rid; developments
relative to the moans employed by the
Standard In Its efforts to maintain a mo
noHly ot the oil business. It Is said tbe
suit now pending Is one oi a series likely
to be brought.
HASH HALL BmSVITIE.
Score of G&mea Played on Saturday,
St. Louis, Mo, St. Louis Unions, 11 ;
Boston Unions, 7... .St. Louis Browns,
11; Columbus, 1.
Kansas City, Mo. Washlngtons, fi;
Kansas City Unions, 1.
Cincinnati, O. Loolsvllles, 5; Cincin
St. Louis, Mo. Boston Uulotis, 6; St.
Louis Unions, 0 St. Louis Browns, 9;
Cincinnati, O. Cincinnati Uulons, 6;
Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City Unions,
12; National, 1.
Hannibal, Mo. Ilannlbals, 4; Conip
Bow They Stand.
The following tables show the standing
of tho various Association aud League
Clubs up to and Including Saturday,
Providence 3 27
Ikwton.. 73 BS
Uutfalo 1 Hi
New York W 4H
HilhullpbJ - W 73
Creveiaud. ......at 78
Ft. Lmil 87
Kansas City JO
A Heavy Failure.
San Francisco, October 20. Tho fail
ure of W. A. Bowman, a capitalist and
real estate broker, which was announced
last Thursday, will prove to be much
more serious than at first supposed. It
Is now pretty well established taat the
misappropriation of moneys placed In
bis bands for Investment will reach
eJ00,000. One ot the heaviest losers, It
Is said, will be Mrs. Harriet Bowie, at
present in Europe. She was Immensely
wealthy In her own right, and Bowman
bad absolute charge ol her affairs. He
was a heavy borrower from the Bank of
California! but It Is believed tbo bank Is
fully secured. It Is dltllcult to get at the
facts, as interested parties refuse to say
anything until the assignee has made his
settlement. Bowman, who Is 111 in bod,
nas oeeu piacea unoor arrest.
A Youthful SuloWo.
East Saglvaw, Mrcu., October 20.
Saturday tbellfteen-year-oldsonof Henry
Bernhardt, a tailor of Saginaw City, was
urrested for disposing of a gold watch
stolen from James Barber three weeks
ago. Tbe matter was amicably settlod,
and Bernhardt released. Yesterday morn
ing at three o'clock he committed suicide
by jumping Into tho Saginaw Iiiver.
ABASDONKD TO 1IE.
Yesterday Charles lilley, thirteen years
of age, was discovered hanging from a
beam In the coal shed La the rear of bis
homo 5U West IndianajBtret-t. He was
dead. He and several otl.or boys were
playing In tbo shed, doing circus acts.
Young Rricy's neck got caught la a rope
In a manner from which be could not ex
tricate himself. His companions In tbo
play, not knowing huv to asaUt him, be
came frightened and ran away.
Ki.led by Cougar.
I'uktlami, Oke., October 20. Tho
body of nn unknown man was found
Saturday near Harrington, W. T., in
tho midst of dense timber. A few
yards distant tho body of bis borso was
found lying dead. Both bodies wero
fearfully torn aud mangled. Thero is
no clew to tho Identity of the man.
The only solution of tho tragedy Is that
both were attacked by cougars and
killed. Tracks of these ferocious ani
mals were found In thu Immediate
vicinity. Tho whole country Is Infested
A Steamthlp on Fire.
Qalvksto.v, Tkx., October 20. Tbo
Iron steamship Atachia, of Sunderland,
England, plying between Galveston and
Liverpool, was discovered to be on Are
yesterdav afternoon whlia lying In the har
bor. The Atachia has been losdlne; cot
ton for several days post, and ha t 1,:10Q
bales aboard. The lire bad been burning
several hours before It was discovered.
Four tugs aro now Hooding tho hold, ui
which cotton and coal tiro burulug
Whl o working ou tho vessol last nutht
a Ilreniuu foil from a bargo and was
Fatally Stabbed at a Demooratio Rally.
Amnm'i-.h, m., October 20. A I)oun
ocratlc ral;y was held at Forcstvllle, Door
County, Saturday night. Jas. McMahon,
candidate for Congress In the Ninth Dis
trict, delivered au address. Some pres
ent drank hoavlly, and a general row ou.
sued, during which a man named Sohulu
fatally stabbed Joseph Moer. Others
were also cut. Schultz ha boou arrest
Well Done, Jeff.
MicMi'ius, Tknr., October 20. A ' mob
of masked men at Benttobia, Miss., at
tomptod to take Sam Kranklln and Shake
spearo Franklin, two negroes, from Jail
to lynch thorn, but were prevented by
tho Hfieriff, Jell Williams, aided by his
deputy Jeff Vtsey. Tbe negroes had re
ooutly boon sentenced to a long term lu
thu l'Miltentlary for poisoning no mora
bcrs of tbo family of C. Smith, living
near Sonntobla. Tbo mob broke down
the outer Jail door, bat wero fired upon
by tbe Sheriff, aud final. y retreated.
Hi Made Hie Baoap..
Gmkbnbboiui, r., October 20.-WWU)
Jotm Fltzgnraid, a horso-tblof, was at
tempting to eticape from the tail tils
moreJbi by letUnj; Uuim obt wtu-
a np, tbe ivjm J, od
MARY BLACKBURN MORRIS.
A Romarkaftle Woman tVbo Fig
ured Conspicuously In tho
An Ardent Lover of the Southern Cause,
Sho Was Always fiaady To Do and
To Dara in It's Behalf.
The Nob:e Work Which Occupied the
Closing Years of a Long and
Lonsvii.LK, Ky., October 20. Mrs.
Mary B!aekburn Morris, wife of tbo late
Judgo Buckuer Morris, of Chicago,, and
tho sister of ex-Governor Luke P. Black
burn and Senator J. C, S. Blackburn, died
at the Blatkburu Sanitarium yesterday,
after a long and painful Illness. Mrs.
Morris was one of tho most remarkable
wjnienof her time, and was known all
over Kentucky and tho South. Sho was
a famous ex-Confederate who assisted In
tho attempt to liberate tho Camp Doug
lass prisoners. She had passed her sixty
fifth birthday, aud her long life was tillod
with continued and earnest work. Sho
married .Judge Morris, who had gono
from Kentucky to Chicago aud was thu
first man to entjago in tho practice of law
in that place, and was also tho first
Mayor of lhat city. Ho became ono of
the leadiug men lu tbe State.
Mrs. Morris was warmly Southern In
her sentiments during tbo war, aud
scarcely had Camp Douglass been con
verted into a prison for captured Confed
erates before she manifested her devo
tion lu ho most practical manner, visit
ing the prison and carrying creature com
foits to tho prisoners. Uor residence In
Chicago was the rallying iolnt and hid
ing place for thosu who effected their es
cape. At her house Captain Thos. nines,
the present Chiel-Jn.uice of Kentucky,
was hid an entire day between bed mat
tresses, with detectives starching evciy
nook aud corner of the place for him.
When Captain Arnold's associates In
tho atten.pt to liberate prisouers were
captured, Mrs. Morris and hor husband
were arrested as accomplices, aud Im
prisoned for four months, during which
time, under tho rlgoroos prlsou rules,
the health of both was greatly Impaired
and their fortunes wasted away. They
were never arraigned for trial, but they
said It cost them over S50,000 to obtain a
release, and that In order to ralso tho
money, $2 K,000 worth of property had
to be sacrificed.
After the death of her husband, which
occurred about live yeari ago, 'Mrs.
Morris returned to Kentucky to resldo
with her brothers. During the term
of hr brother, Governor Blackburn,
Mrs. Morris and M s. Blackburn estab
lished Sun'lay-fcchools in the Penitentiary
and accomplished much good In rallying
many convicts baok. to tho naths ot mor
als and of rectitude.
f "Remarkable, If True-D.abolical Any
uosto.v, uctoocr 20. xne ponce au
tboritles are Investigating a mysterious
affair In East Boston. Mrs. Mario G,
Spauldlng, a dressmaker at C3 Merkl
ian street, has been a resident for
tweDty years, and Is widely reppoctod.
A few days ago an elderly lady called
and wished to select gooJs for her
daughter's trousseau. After examtnlng
the articles she lei t, saying sho would
return with her daughter. The next
afternoon a young lady, who gave th
name ot Miss Mason, rang the boil,
accompanied by two gentlemen. They
oscenaoa to mo rooms and exam
Inod the goods, "I turned to go out,"
says Mrs. Spauldlng, "to get a new
'uece to show them. Jubt as I turned.
no of tho men seized me, and then they
carnea me out into tbo Kitciien, when
they threw me down on tho floor. My
mouth was stuffed with cotton rags and
my wrists wero tied with rope yarn. Tho
woman tied my ankles, aud a towel was
tied around my hoad so I could not cry
out. uue man noid mo whilo tho woman
and tho other man worked. They took
my pocketDook and twenty-flvo dollars.
Then one said: 'Let's g ve her a good
smoking out.' After they tied me, ono
of them said: 'Sho will never know what
"After they got through they left ono
at a tlmo. As soon as they went out I
tried to get myself freo. I cut mysolf In
doing it," and she showed her wrist.
"As soon as I cot froe I ran out through
tho room and saw my things piled upon
me noor in a noap, and tho lire was burst
An alarm brought tho firemen to tho
souse, ibey found a mass of costly
goous piica up in too middle of tho noor
In llames. Tho articles had becu satu
rated with keroscno. Tho prcmlsos aro
Insured for 81.200. The Dolico do not
crodlt her story.
Aldinc Mardarere to Eeeape.
Fort Woiwn, Tex., Octobor 20. Tho
city hag been greatly excited over tho
arrest of Courtrlght and Mclntlro, by
rangers, and tho subsequent escapo ol
Courtrlght. Both mon wero arrested ou
a requisition from New Mexico, where It
is said thoy are wanted in miHwer a
chargo ot killing throe Mexicans. Both
ineu woro orougnc ucro aud jailed.
Courtrlxht was nurmltimi t im in a
rostauraut for meals, accompanied by
two rangers, His friends left two pis.
wis ior nun unoor tho tabic, and In this
manuor ho escaped. It Is said Mclutlro'a
friends will also rescue htm.
Hetvy Loae by Fire.
Naw YortK, Oclobor 20. Firo this
morning In tho five story building 17G
Duano street, occupied by Geo. II. Jones
& Co., dealora In chemicals, groceries,
etc.. caused a loss of $76,000. Tho Orm
lose BG0.00O, and tho LortUard estate,
which ownod tho butldtng, 110,000. Aid.
P. Leuk & Co., dealers In Ohio wluos, 178
Duano street, suffered a loss of 06,000 by
water. All lossed Usured.
A Hew York Town in Flainea,
Utica, N. Y., October 20,-A largo fire
is now raging to the village of Carthage,
Jaitucaon County. Six blocks In tho
canter of the bu sines portlou are already
destroyed. The La vis Ilonse Is now
tarotng. PI re engines from Watertown
and Lowrlllo are gtvleg assistance. A
special train wttu two etifflnos and OAe
carta has beou eeatl tram this city, ft is
them. Tho telegraph and telephone
cilices are burned, and It Is Impossible to
bear any particulars at present. No estl
mate of tbe damago can be glvoo, but It
will probably reach 8500,000.
Ifff. Blaine's Start From Scuth Bend
S patch at Elkhart.
EuuiAitT, Ind., Octobor 20. Mr.
Blaine left South Bond this morning at
ten o'clock upon a special train in chargo
of General Williams, of Lafayette. John
C. New and a number of Indiana speak
ers wero on tbo train. Tbe plan ot the
day was to drop one speaker at each
placo where tho train was stopped, so as
to have an orator address the crowdtfter
Mr. Blaine had gono. At Elkhart tho first
stop, mere was a crowd of 8,000 people.
Mr. Blaine left tho tralo and ascended a
stand. There he addressed his remarks
entirely to tbe tariff lssuo. He said that
tbo Democratic party had surrendered
its authority. Indiana was very unim
portant lu tbe list of tbe States, but lust
year Its tnd us trial products reached tbe
enormous sum of 9150,000,000. He want
ed to ask any fair or candid man, be bo
Democrat or ltepublican, whether that
great prosperity could havo been reached
without a protective tariff. The two par
ties divided upon this Issue. "Bo care
ful In your judgment as freo mon, upon
the fourth day of next November," said
Mr. Blaine, us ho bid Elkhart good-by.
Ben Butler After Parsons.
Svracusr, N. Y., October 20. General
B. F. Butler telegraphed last nrght tho
following from Batavia to cx-Senator
Grady, who is in this city :
"I have read Parsons' stotemont.
There Is not one word of truth m It. Ue
applied to me soma weeks ago for money
to organise Maryland. I declined, and
told him my plan ot campaign had been
placed la the hands of Mr. Plympton,
whom 1 warned against him afterward.
I refused to see Parsons. - Plympton told
me that he had refused to have anything
to do with hi in. 1 had beard ot Parsons
belore, and that be was a fraud.
1 found a letter here from Mr. Mar
shall, of Maryland, a member ot the Na
tional Committee of the People's party of
that State, asking me to come to Balti
more, to whioh I replied this morning,
putting him In communication with Mr.
Plympton, aud referred the krtter to him
to sec If he could not find occasion so
that I could go to Baltimore, as somo
change had been made lu my engage
ments lu Ohio which might give oppor
tunity. This was done ten hours before
I had seen tho Parsons' article lu the
Timm, and beforo I heard ol Parsons, as
SlguedJ Be.nj. F. Butier.
Plympton Say a:
WoitcKSTErt, Mass., October 20.
Colonel Plympton, Butler's polltical'man
ager, arrived hero yesterday. Ho says
that Butler has cancelled all his Ohio
dates, "on account of legal engagements
la Boston." Ho will speak in this State
after Tuesday of this week uotll'Mon
dav. when he will beclu his trio throuah
New Ywk State. It looks as tboogh But
ler baa been warned out of Ohio by the
Kepnbllcans, because they fear he will
attract possible Blaine votes, Plympton
says Indiana will go for CleveUod, and
no predicts the success ol the fusion
ticket iu Michigan.
Two Hundred Thousand Dollar Fire.
Brooklyn, N. Y., October 20. Beforo
daylight yesterday morning about 8200.-
000 worth ot property was destroyed by
fire at Nos. 242 to 222 Plymouth street
Tho loss Is nearlv eouallv divided hn,
tween tho Carev estate, which owns thn
buildings burned, and the occupants of
tno latter, wuo were mostly small manu
facturers. Tbe Carey estate is well ln-
sureu, nut tne insurance ou tho remain
lng property Is unkuown.
Washington-, D. C, Octobor 20.
Postmaster-General Uatton and Scnor
Romero, Mexican Minister, to-day con
eluded tbo postal convention providing
ior uio excuango or man matter between
tho Luitcd States and Mexico at domes
tic rates of postage.
Serious Outlook. .
East Tawas, Mich., October 20.
Forest fires broke out yesterday back
of Tawas City and to the north of this
place, at tbo head ot Tawas Lake, and
aro spreading rapidly. Everything Is
dry, ana tho names are driven by a fort
Died of Consumption.
Brooklyn, N. Y., October 20. Miss
Anita Klrtland, daughter of Acting Com
modore Klrtland, of the Brooklyn Navy
Yard, 'led this morning of consumption,
at tho rcsldonco of hor father, aged
AitsritioR, Ont., October 20. Camp
bell's Hotol and a block of brick stores
owned by Sterling St Moore, and tho
frame buildings In the rear, burnod to
day. Loss, $110,000.
TIXKG RAMIIO BKEVUTfES.
Admiral Courbet Is calriug for rein
forcements. Thomas Kcunedy was burned to death
A. Q. Layton, on trial for murder at
Forsyltic, Mo., was acquitted.
Great damago has been dona by heavy
rains and Hoods In Jamaica.
Fire destroyed a Oermau theater and
several tuoro houses In Moscow.
A. W. Norton, abscoudor. wanted In
Pennsylvania, has been arrested la New
Tho Baltimore & Onto Telegraph Com.
pany Is pushing Its wires Into Texas with
Focty-ooo hoad of boras wero bnraod
todoaihaud a will destroyed at Merid
Ee lie Klchitdsou. condood la the
rhoips County (HcO JM for blsauir.
has boen pardonod.
Sardou's new draaia, "Theodora." is
said to open to Durtahurdt a chanoo for
her grossest creation.
Lord Kortnbrooke and the Khedive
bad a conference, at. which Egyptian
UnanotiS wore dlseasscd.
Tho failure of A. W. Downan. of Ban
Fianoteco, Is Mosattouei tffalr. Ho
has bsett pkert trader arrest.
A ft(UeaaM hot wVked all the
This powder never vnrle. A mnivul of pnrlty,
strength anil Kholcsnmvnuaa. .Vore economical
than ordinal klnrtn. unrt cannot ho Hold in com
petition with thu mnltltudo of low text, abort
weight, alum o- phn'iihnte powder. Sold only
In can. KOYAI. IIAKINU I'oWDdR CO.,
l'Hi WailStiuct, New York.
(JAIKO OTKKA HOUSE.
Staiulina Kom Only I ist jVight I
Tbe Urentuot of all hpectucular and Ileulliitlc
Embracing tho large.. t Dramatic Company and
more Oorgeou- Score-y thun any other
50 People in tho Company!
2 Kntire Carloads If ceneiy
Tho following realistic lilo pictures:
CRAIGSXEST BY MOONLIGHT,
LITTLE (JUEElt STKEKT. London,
THE WKLtK OF THE SARATOGA,
HAMPTON RACE COURSE,
LONDON BY fc UN RISK.
A Drama d'p'ctiti!! the Ibimitn I'aMiona of
t'JsrE IAI. In consequence of tho Immenia
amount i.f aceutry lined In tuu production of tula
pcctacular, aud a - arringumeun have ti -eu made
to leave at 12 o'clock, It wl I h r.eceatary to Com
mence the performance t 7 :4r thla evonlug,
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
Ono Nitflit Only.
'.FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24.
Hyer Sisters, Mcintosh,
lu u Xew Progruimnn.
r?AdmlHiilon 5i and 75c; gallery r.c. He
turvud acute at lludur'a.
J. SI. 1!( NAMAIiA, BiikIuois Mauigor.
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
Ono Night Only 1'oaitively.
MONDAY, OCTOBER 27.
Helumol Everybody's l.lttlc Favorite. Tiio Charm-
lug, i utno lommuillcune,
nupported liy the Talctilel Comedlta,
anl u Hr pern Company, In the Romantic
"The New Dewdrop "
an Idyl of thu Coast i f Walt,
tWAilialsdion. W end 73 cent.. Gallurv. OS
ceuta. pent ncurcd at lludur'a.
W. 6. CAET,
SlirouJd, . ' "
alwayi on hand.
Hearse in read!
iios when called
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