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CHICACO. . 8T. LOUU.
0. W. HENDERSON,
No. 1 9 1 Commercial Ave.,
Sole Agent foi the Celebrated
alio carries the largest tod be.t .elected Micltol
m brought to tbe city. I'rleo. ranging from the
loscii lor a cheap Hove uj to the clo.ei-t fluree
ON the FINEST and BEST.
Balldera' Iltrdware, and a complete aMo.tment of
Tinware, Uranlteware, Earthenware and a general
line of Huu.e Kurnl.blug Good., tamp., rixturei,
te. Call aadrjamli befora purehaamK.
Corner 12th and Commercial Avenue, Cairo, 111.
Telephone No. U.
Goldstine & Kosen water
130 ik 138 Com'l Ave.
hire a full and complete lint of
Limn Goods, Dusters, Notions, Etc.
A heavy .lock ol Body Brnifeld, Taper
trie, aud Ingrain
A fall stock of Oil Clo'.b., a'.l tt-.t and p'tcc.
All Ciooda at Bottom Prices!
, Manufacturer and Dealer In
6th Street, botwoon Com'l Ave. and Levee,
CHOKE liORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AMC.V1TI0N.
iafn Henalred. All Kind, ol Key Md.
Henry Hasen jaeger,
Manufacturer anJ Dca'or In
Sheboygan Mineral Springs Water,
ALWAYS ON HAND,
Milwaukee Beer in kegs and bottles, a
' Manufactory Corner 4th & Com'l
JifEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIR CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
. mm ,
NE W YORK STORE CO,
Oor. Nineteenth street l' Palm 111
Tho President of the United States
tho Sport of Hymen's
A Lucky Lady Whom Destiny Marks to
Bo the Envied of All Her Sex
. Her Porsonnel.
The President's Former Wife and Present
Family Bright-Eyed Nellie, the
' New York, October 22. Tbe marriage
ol tbe President with Miss Frellnghuyseu
has been arranged, and will take place at
Washington during January. Miss Tlllle
Is tbe eldest child of Secretary Freling
hoysen, and Is about thirty-nine years
old. She Is a tall and slender blonde,
with clear-cot features and a shapely
low forehead, brown hair, gray eyes, and
a somewhat pallid face; and although
not what Is called a handsome woman,
has a stately and commanding presence.
She U of very- polished manners, exceed
ingly vivacious, an excellent conversa
tionalist, and has rendered herself very
popular la all circle at Washington. Shu
baa gTeat tact and savolr falre. bho Is
NOTKD FOB HK.ll CH AKITIK9.
Her roungest sister Is Mrs. John Davis,
wife of the Assistant Secretary of State.
President Arthur is ll(ty-four years old,
and has been a widower for the past five
years. Ills Cr.t wife was atlas Ellen
Herudon, the drngbt'-r of Lieutenant
Herudon of the United .States Navy, who
was loot at sea. His family consists of
two children, Allen, aged twenty-one,
now a student at Princeton, and bright
face 1 Nellie, aged thirteen, who.te naoio
has become a household word throughout
the lun (.
Know Nothing About It.
Washington, D. C, (Jet -bur 2.'. In
quiry at tbe Executive Mansion to-day
f.iltd to contlrm the story published to
the tffect that President Arthur is to be
mtrried to Miss Tlille Frelintjhuysen In
January next. "Know nothing about It,"
was the uniform reply to questions on tho
TIIE WU WIGS INDIGNANT.
It is said that the members of the
United States Supreme Court are dis
pleased because of President Arthur's
absence from the city when the Court
lat convened, SDd the customary visit
ot the members to t: e I resident upon
convening Court has not been made since
ltJSl, owing to the President's absence
from Washington at such times.
Another Vessel with Fir In Her Hold.
New York, October 22. Fire was dis
covered this morning In the cotton in th )
'hold of the steamer Amerique of the
French line, which was announced to sail
for Havre to-day. The firemen were
summoned, but found It almost impossi
ble to get at the flames. Tbey poured a
dozen streams of water through a broken
window In the batch compartment, in
which the cottcn is stored, but
failed to reach the burning cotton.
Tho tatch covers wero not removed,
because the compartment was filled with
a mlsccl)ane us ass rtment of merchm
dlse. Chief Shays, at the request of the
commander ot the steamer, sent for a
gang ot stevedores to remove the mer
chandise aud aasl t the firemen to reach
that portion of the compartmeutln which
the fire was. After several hours, work the
fire was subdued. At the ofllco of tho
company it is stated that the steamer
will leave at 4 p. m. Tbe agent ai.-o said
It was Impossible to estimate the loss at
present. Tho fire was confined to the
LA T Kit.
Kkw Yohk, October 22. The loss by
fire In the hold of the Amerique was
about four thousand dollars.
HIS WlFt'S BILLS.
Engineer Melville's R fujal to
Them Sustained by a Jury.
PuiLADKLi'iiM, Pa., October 22. In
tho suit against Eugiucer Geo. W. Mel
ville a decision was rondered lu his favor
to-day. When Mr. Melville returned
from tho Jeannette crulso about two
years ago hi was confronted with bills to
the amount ot $2,000 or $3,000, contract
ad by his wife during his absence. These
bills be refused to pay. One ot them,
that of F. P. Howell & Co., for $250, for
paper hanging In the engineer's house at
Sharon Hill, was sued upon, and the
case came up for trial before Judge
Yerkes Tho plaintiff proved that,the
work was ordered by Mrs. Melville. En
gineer Melville testified that be never
Intended to havo tho walls papered; that,
on leevlug tbe country In April, 1879, his
alary was $180 a month, of which he
olloted f 90 to bis wile; that his salary
was afterwards Increased $50 a month,
to that for thirteen mouths she had an
Income of $140 per month on which to
support herself aud three children. Upon
his return he found that she had con
tracted bills to au amount greater than
he was able to pay. The case went to
tbe Jury upon tho question of the
necessity ot the paper banging to pro
serve the bonne In proper condition, and
the verdict was for the defendant,
Stotntyre Will Be Turned Over,
Austin, Tkx., October 23. Everything
Is reported quiet at Fort Worth, and the
Bangers and civil officers have been In
structed to keep Mclntyre, an accom
plice of Conrtrlght, In close custody and
the State will see that he Is delivered to
the authorities of Now Mexloo, even If
the mtiltla have to bo ordered out.
Conrtrlght, who was an olllcer In tho
Union army under General John A. Lo
gan, Is stin at large, but the officers have
hopes of bis capture. The iiangers who
permitted his escape will be dismissed
from tho asrvloe,
Wool la tbe Oua torn -House.
Wasitdwto, D. CL, Ootober 23. The
Chtcf ol tho Customs Division of the
Treasury Department to-day 1 reoclved a
report from the eommtttee that met la
Boston, September 38d,to examine stand
ard cabinets of wool, 1 reptveeiitlng the
tewta trades at wool Mined ttv the
tariff laws, The eatusiWe waraJoomlto;
"CAUGHT BY CUPID,
adoption as distribution standards wore
The committee also considered , tho
subject of classification of wacte, and
adopted resolutions providing that waste
that can be used again without under
going any process shall be regarded as
wool; that where yarn, tops, laps," or
slubblngsare mixed with tho waste, the
whole shall be excluded, and that wool
yarn la banks or skeins can not be classi
fied as waste.
National 7ocky Club Kaoea.
Washington, D. C, October 22. The
first day's meeting of tho National Jockey
Club opened with good weather, fair
track and au attendance of two thousand
First Race Six furlongs : Durch, first;
Mammonlst, second; Pontlac, third,
lime, 1 :17 14. Mutuala paid, $45.15.
Second liace One miles Lytton, first;
Frankle h., second. Time, 1:45. Mu
tunls paid, $3'J.C0.
' In this race Jim Nelson's llurch horse
broke his leg.
Third Race Six furlongs: St. Augus
tine, first; Unrest, second; Kacbui,
third. Time, ltl S. Mutuala paid, $43.
15. Fourth Itaco One and one-quarter
miles: Drake Carter, first; Rica, second;
General Monroe, third, lime, 2:11 1-2.
Mutuala paid, $9.C5.
Fifth ' Race Handicap steeplechase
over full course: Quebec, first; Re
sponse, serxud; Alice Dos well, third
Mutuals paid, $7.40. No time taken.
Brighton Beach Kaoea.
New Yohk, October 22. The fields In
the five events at Brighton Beach yester
day were unusually large. The attend
ance was good and the contests very ex
citing: First Race Maidens ot all ages ; flve
elgbths of a mile: Llsaroon, first; Jeff
Harrington, second; Emma, third. Time,
1:03 3-4. Mutuals paid $J.50.
Second Race Ail ages; three-fourths
of a mile: Weasel, first; Knight
Templar, second, Baltazar, third. Time,
1:17 3-4. Mutuals paid $15.40.
Third Race Handicap for all ages;
one and one-eighth miles: Wanderer,
first; 11 Monee, Second; Dan K., third.
Time, 1:58. Mutuals paid $20.25.
Fourth Race All ages; one aud one
f jur h mlies, Jim Carlisle, first; Carley
B., second; Xitot, third. Time, 2:15.
.Mutuals paid $11.
Filth liace Ail ages; welter weights,
over five hurdles; seven-eighths of a
mile: Casino, first; Arsenic, second;
Hazard, third. Time, 1:33 3 4. Mutuals
THE 1MUZE KIXO.
Jack Burke and Charlie Mitchell Soore a
New Yobk, October 22. Jack Burke
and Charley Mitchell fought four rounds,
Queensbury rules, lost nig lit atGermanla
Hall. They had previously met la Bir
mingham, Eng., with bare knuckles, and
the encounter then was declared a draw.
Burke was attended by Patsy Sheppard
andBUJy Edwards. Billy Madden and
Jim Campbell seconded Mitchell.
Furke led off, but was short, and
Mitchell countered him sharply on the
face. Burke let go bota hands, reaching
the chin and mouth, and received a
stinger on the nose. They then became
very busy at short range, aud the bout
closed about even.
Burko landed fall In the mouth, Mitch
ell countering heavily on the nose. Burke
then mado a few taps on Mltcholl's nose,
which that geutleman countered by hit
tins Burko a rattler on tho jaw, fol
lowing it up by a drive In tho nose.
Burke, however, caused Mitchell's lips
to swell badly, aud tho round closed lu
As soon as the men toed tbe mark
Burke led for tho nose, whilo Mitchell
n ado play at tho chest. Burke's long
shots at tbe face told, aud one of his left
bauders caught Mitchell In the eye, cut
ting It and drawing blood. Bl.ly Ed
wards claimed first blood and it was al
lowed. Tbe sight of the blood made
Mitchell change hU tactics and ho went
for Burke's face, giving him some hard
blows. Burke, in trying to counter, fell
Both men came up strong. Bot h mado
play at the mouth aud face, but were
light, Mitchell's blows probably belug
the hardest. Buiko made two excellent
counts ut the mouth, whilo Mitchell
swuug bis right onto tho car. Burke
then delivered soino ruunlng hits, but
Mitchell met him every .time, and from
this time out it was hit tor hit, neither
havlug any advantage.
The referee decided tbe contest a draw,
which was agreed to by all preseut, to be
a just decision.
SAVED 11 V A MIKAtLE,
While Hie Two Companions Find
Pom-land, OitE., October 22. William
Joucs and Oswald John-on were drowned
Monday lu tbo Columbia R.ver, above
Fort Colvillo. Henry Owens, Johnson
and Jones were a party of euglneers of
the Canadian Pacific Railway. They left
McCaulcy's Ferry, on the Columbia
River, In a small skiff, to desceud the
river to Fort Shophard, W. T. The party
was out nine days, when tho boat caught
lu a whirlpool descending tho long
rapids, was swamped, and Johnson aud
Joues were drowned. Owens clung to
the boat, drifted a long distance, and
was finally dashed violently on the rocks'
and knocked senseless, and thrown
ashore marly dead. He recovered, and
managed to reach a settlement, bringing1
news ot the accident.
Both Were Drowned.
Galveston, Tex., Octobor 23. Xast
evening near Virginia Point, on tho
mlnuland, whlio Geo. Kohl, Miss Kato
Fitzgerald and Miss Laura Uaymcr, ot
Galveston, were crossing tho railroad
bridge over the bay, t ey were met mid
way by a train. Miss Ilaymer, In step
ping aside, full overboard. Kohl eproiig
to tho rescue and both were drowned.
Dull Oetan Carrying; Trals.
N'Jtw Yohk, Ootober 22. An agent of,
the National Una of steamships said this
afternoon that tho steamship America
had been laid op because bnalooKS Is very
Hall now for freights, and the small price
barged for steerage paseeogera has a dej
pTHMlng off ct. They expect shorttf tej
thtp jmfm- Jtjsonatj
WOMAN ON TEMPERANCE,
What the Ladles of tho Land Ara
Doing For Tholr
Annual Meeting of the National Woman'!
Christian Temperance Union at.
St. Louis, Mo.
Large Number of Delegates Present First
Day's Procoedmgs A Pleasant
Sr. Louis, Mo., October 22. Tho Na
tlonal Woman's Christian Temperance
Union couvtiiud this morning at 9 :SC
o'clock in tho United Presbyterian
Church, Nineteenth and Morgan streets,
about 300 'delegates from the United
States and Canada being present, whilo
the church was crowded with visitors in
terested in temperance work, most of
them ladles. Miss Frauocs E. WU
lard, President of the Union, called
the convention to order, and mado
a brief address upon the lm'
porUncc of woman's work. Devotional
exercises were conducted by Mrs. Clara
L, Roach, of a-hlngton, the singing be
ing led by Mrs. M. A. Bent, ot Maine,
with the cornet which has achieved no
toriety lu Eastern temperance cam
paigns. Misses Nellie Watson and Emma
Seaward were appointed pages. Mrs.
Mary A VooUorldg), of Ohio, presented
the report of the Executive Committee,
and the convention adjourned with re
is given up to reports on "Work Among
Foreigners," by Mrs. Sophia M. Orubb,
of Missouri; "Work Among Colored
People," by Mis. Frances E. M. Harper,
of Pennsylvania; "Heredity," by Dr.
Mary Weeks Baruett, of Lllnols, "Hy
giene," Mrs. Dr. J. II. Kellogg, Michi
gan; "Prison and Jail Work," Mrs. J. K.
Barney, Rhode islan I: "Juvenile Work,"
Mrs. A. M. Hammer, New Jersey; "Tem
perance L.terature, ' M ss Julia Colman,
New York; "Suppression of Irapuro
Literature," Miss Lucy J. Holmes, New
Hampshire; "Influencing tho Press,"
Mrs. E. T. Housh, Ver i.ent; "Relation
of Intemperance to Capital and Labor,"
Mrs. M. C. Nobles, New Jersey, aud mis
tho delegates to tho Convention were en
tertained by Mrs. W. L. B. G. Allen 1 1
her Waverly Place residence. Moslc was
in attendance and the whole house i eau
tlfuily decorated for tho occasion. Near
ly 200 ladles were present.
Among the ladles who arrived this
morning in the city to attend the Conven
tion are Mrs. W. R. Morlov, Las Vegas,
N. M.; Mrs. G. L. L. Brluckmen, Kausas
City; Helen N. Hood, Chicago; Marion
B. Baxter, Charlotte, Mich.; Mrs. C.
Clark, Southland, Ark.; Mrs. C. A. Rush,
Barry, III.; Mrs. II. E. Blood, Denver,
Ct : , are at the St. James. Mrs. Dr.
Minor and Mrs. to ride t, Winchester;
Mrs. Gale, Busbncll, LI., at Hurst's.
Annual Conference of the Christian
St. Louis, Mo., October 32. The ninth
annual conference of the Foreign Chris
tian Missionary Society convened at the
First Christian C Lurch, Seventeenth aud
Olive streets, this morning. Elder T. P.
llacly opened the exercises at nine o'clock
with prayer and tbe reading oi extracts
from the 29th chapter ot Mathew. The
President, Elder Is ,c Errett, of Cincin
nati, appointed, tbe following standing
committees: Ou enrollment, E. B. Cake,
R. Errett, M. P. Alden, J. H. Fillmore,
C. C. Smith; on order of business, J. II.
Duncan, F. A. Bartholomew, Alonson
During tho Interval between tbe ap
pointment aud report of the committees,,
Rev, L. Ii. Jamison, of I idianupolls, sang
an original song entitled, "Tho Agony
and Appeal," which was followed by scv
erai other hvmns lu which the entire con
Tho Prcsid. nt announced tho members
of the Commute on Nominations as fol
lows: A. B. Chamberlain, W. F. Broad
hurst. F. M. Drake, T. M. Dreen aud E.
A. McLean, Corresponding Secretary,
reud tho report of the board of managers,
reviewing tue work accomplished by tbo
As oclatl in wi.hiu tho past year. Ho
stated that during the year six now mis
sions had beeu established au l seven new
missionaries placed lu the field; 3U5 new
couverts had been ma te, a net ealn ot
279. After ulne years wor the Associa
tion ha t control of sixteen stations and
twenty-flve missionaries, whlie tho total
number of converts made was 1,511.
Tho financial condition ot the society
was very cucour-jilng. The Treasurer's
report Is as f d ows: Cash on hand at
last report, $3,053.01 ; 'children's heaven
mission, $994 80; notes secured by mort
gages, $4,520; CUhh. $.'C,C0l 84; notes,
$27,001.84; total, $35,549.71; total dis
bursements, $35,519.71. Tho report was
adopted, and tho Conference took a re
cess. Baptist Aaa.ooia.Uon.
Marshall, Mo., October 22. Over
1,000 delegates aud visitors arc In at
tendance at the Sctnl-Ceatenulal General
Baptist Association of Missouri. The
report of ltev. Dr. Pope Ycaman, Corre
sponding Secretary of the Association, id
under disonsston to-day. The report)
shows C82 conversions and 450 ba tlsmsl
during the year. "The Spirit and Soopel
of State Missions" will form the subject
of a discourse by Dr. Yeaman this even
ing. The Qraater Criminals Qo Tree.
SuRKVEronx, La., October 22. Moa
day night, whilo a posse under the In
structions ot tho Chief of PoJloe wore
conveying Charles McLane from this city
to vhe Bollovue Jail, they were ovois
powered when six ml lee from tho olty by!
armed and masked men, who took the
Esoner and hanged him to a tree. ie
ne was aaspeoted of having fired tho
glh boose on the Foster plantation.
WhoJaaale Wotgt rkU to ST-Jtino,
' WiKKirto, Max., October 28om
days ago Frank BJguey, of K sey A Baw
irly, wholesale liquor dealer, aaldeejly;
laft for Mexico with fifty thossiasad &
jj ii i 1 1 , 'ir ,n ' ,'
tlemen well known in this city, that H
holds notes alleged to bo signed by thorn,
given by Frank Rlgney. A young girl,
deemed to bo the handsomest la Winni
peg, is believed to bo with Rlgney.
Whisky, Accident and Crime.
Dubuqck, , October 22. Chas.
Doyle, while going homo late last night,
was hold up by masked men and relieved
of his watch and $20.
John Lilly was killed by tho accidental
dlscbargo of a gun at Greea's Island, a
mile below the city.
Two young men, unknown, wero
drowned last ulybt. They woro intoxi
cated. John C. CummlQi's' house was entered
by burglars early this morning and $250
in money, a gold watch aud other articles
of jewelry stolen.
A BIG H AUL.
The Adams Kxpreaa Sobbed of $12,000
In bonds and Cash.
Woonsocket, lu I., October 22. The
Adams Express office was entered last
ulgbt by burglars, who rilled the safe of
$11,000 of coupons aud bond and $1,000
lu bank bills, both packages belonging to
the Woonsocket Savings Institution.
The ooi pns nd bonds were to have
been forwarded to tha First National
Bank ol New York, aud the bills to tho
Mavrlck Bank of Boston. The wrappers
which contained the bonds and bills were
found on the fioor. The doors of tho
oflloe wero all found locked this morning.
The thieves left no clue.
Wili CIom Their Kill a.
Nohwicu, Cxmx Octobor 22. Tho
Shetucket Cotton Company at Greonvllle,
just outside this city, announce that they
will close their large mills on November
1st. They control the FaBs cotton mills,
which havo been closed two months.
The Shetucket mills produced only the
finest grades of staple goods. The com
pany usually declared sixteen per cent,
yearly dlvldeuds. "Their determination
to shut down leads to the gravest appre
hension for the future manufacturing in
dustry ol this section.
THE LITTLK MECHANIC
Who is Filling L.ttla Colnna With His
Erik, Pa., October 22. Yesterday tho
arrthorltlos stepped tho sale hero of tho
"Little Mechanic" candy, mado in Buf
falo. Tho candy Is att ched to a little
copper hatchet, aud a thick deposit of
verdigris wa found upon a specim-n.
Tbo late wholes tie poisoning ot school
children Is attributed to Its use, and an
animal, down whoso throat the tainted
candy was forced, is not expected to
WAS HE A CITIZEN I
A Postal Clerk Who Voted In tho
Youngstown, O., October 23. A war
rant was Issued yesterday for the arrest
of John II. McOowao, a postal clerk on
the Pit sburgh, Ft. Wayne & Chicago Rail
way, running from FUtabarch to Crest
line, and living at New Br Lb too, Pa.
The complaint cbarures that McGowan 11-
Iecally voted here Tuesday, October 4,
being a resident of Pennsylvania. Mc-
Gowao, who lived here null, two yoars
ago, when he went into tbe Government
emp oy, says be has never voted elso.
where and was advised by the Fost-ofilco
officials that he had a right to vote lu
Logan at Oadar Baplda, Iowa.
Ckdar Rapids, La., October 23. Lo
gan and pirty arrivod from Dubuque at
10 a. m. yesterday and were greeted with
the blowing of whistles and ringing ot
bells. They were driven through tho
principle streets, oetweeu a long line of
uniformed men, to a sta id overlooking
tho river where, notwithstanding the
drizzling rain, over. C,000 persons were
assembled. Along tho line of
th'j drive there was ono continu
ous cheer, to which tho Gen
eral responded. On the way to tho stand
children In white sprluklcd (lowers along
ttio p atform and little colored girls
handed him bouquets, which tho General
received with evldeut pleasure. Taking
tho stand, alter speaklu of th untavor
bio weather, Logun said hu would not de
tain them loug. Ho coutluued: "If there
are people in this country who havo
reason to be grateful for their condition
of prosperity, peace and happiness on
every baud, it seems to mo It ought to bo
the people of this great State of Iowa.
In 180 you had but a little over 600,000
inhabitants, whlie In 1880 tho number
was lucreased to ovor 1,000,000."
The General continued to show tbo
developments ot tho State, farm
lauds, manufactories, railroads and
trade, lie attributed much of this pros
perity to the developing and protecting
policy of tho Republican party, and briefly
alluded to tho tariff for protection, and
tho consequent homo market for tbo
larmors, and closed lth au eloquent
eulogy to Mr. Blaine, trusting that the
State, which had so wisely chosen In tbo
past, would not err now. With great
difficulty be refined Ills carriage and re
turned to the train.
Bob Linoola at XaMoon.
Mattoon, III., October 21 Republi
cans are in high feather because the
wcalhor has cleared up and mado possi
ble tholr big demons rations to-day.
Robert Lincoln, Secretary ot War, Gov
ernor llammoud, Congressman Caouon
and o'-hers will make speeches this after
noon and evening. The town Is thronged
with peop e aad all the business houses
are decorated. This Is tho Met raUy
of tho campaign.
Arrwatad Vot XUesrsA Votfaf.
Baxilmoiuj, October 23, Captain
Larmau and a squad of pollcchaa jtutar
restod a gang of nine men in the Ninth
Ward for illegal Toting ra the-Hearth
Ward. They are looked up at the Cob
Nkw York October 22 Mlnnta-Cum-mtnga,
tho aottesa, to-da obtained a
verdtot for $25,000 aosAact Follee Ofiloar
William B. Deovea aad Delta Mnrphv. a
dresamakar, la an action broajtt fee
false irmt aud hasiiiaKuaint,
AU o a DoUac!
Cuicaoo, luu, O tooar 11 Che Bur
nugton Road hcaa th ssn jssj aftay H
tortt ttokota,. turn wd-Jtimm
Till, powder never v.irlei. A marvel of pnrlty,
trench and wh Ifsoinoiii-n .Si ore economical
than ordinary kind., and cannot bo mild in com
petition with tbe miilti ndu of low teat, short
weight, alum o I lio.phaie pcwuVr.. Sold only
In can. liOYAL HAKING FoWI' R CO.,
loi w a IM-ect, Jiew Yorlc.
(JAIR0 0PKRA HOUSE.
Ono Night Only.
FRIDAY, OCIOBER 24.
Hyer Sisters, Mcintosh,
In iv Now Prosrammc,
ter-AdmlHiion 5i and 75c: gallery 35c. Re
served seats at liuder'a.
J. M. MuNAMAR.V, Bu.inuts Manager.
(JAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
One Night Only Loaitively.
MONDAY, OCTOBER 27.
Return ol Everybody's I ittle Favorite. Tho Charm
iug, Petite Commedlenne,
supported by tbo Talented Comedian,
and a Superb Company, In tho Romantic
The New Dewdrop "
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cent, rests leci.red at IlU'lur'a.
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No. 12 6th St., Cairo, 111
AS. R. SMITH. SOBtnTA. SMIT
Grand Central Store.
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