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THIS DAILY 0A1K0 BULLETIN; THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY i, 13.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
omoK: NO. 78 OHIO LKVEK.
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OFlOiAL PAPKROF CITY AND COUNTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
lHolirwi. Iiiinu column, eiuntconti r lino for
Arat mkI nve cent! put line each mi o.,ueul Oner
lion. for ono wock. conl por line, or one
it.ontti, fio cents rer line
50 j. per Can,
Extra Select, at DeHaun's.
Tint Hacking Cough can he ho quickly
cured by Pinion's Cure. We guarantee it.
Paul 0. richuh.ajent. 0)
Receipt lks, Cairo (Into line, perfora
ted tttub, suited to any business, manufac
tured aid fr sale at the Cairo Bulletin
The U. S. government are using large
numbers of the Improved Howe Scales.
Borden, Selleck & Co., ngcnls, St. Louis,
- Best Oysters
in market ut Delkun's 50 Ohio levee.
Free ot Cost.
All pi rsons wishing to test the merits of
a great remedy ono 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 aud get a trial bot
tle of Dr. King's New, Discovery for Con
sumption free of cost, which will show you
what a regular dollar-size bottle will do. (1)
Ladies Restaurant opposite Opera
House. Gus Bitto proprietor, U-20 tf
50c. per Can,
Extra Selects, at DeUauu's.
Pukk Cod LiverOil made from selected
livers, on the sea-shore, by Caswell, Hazard
t Co, New York. It js absolutely pure
and sweet. Patients who have once taken
it prefer it to all others. Physiciaus have
decided it superior to any of the other oils
Chapped Hands, Face, riMru, and
rough skin, cured by using Juniper Tar
Soap, made by Caswell, Hazard & Co.
New York. (2)
Foil OssTEiia in any style go the Grand
Opera Reaurant Eutranccs on Commer
cial and 7th street. 11-26 tf
New Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers ou Tenth street. All
manner of bUcksmithing and wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work done promptly. tf
at DeBaun't, 5'5 Ouio levee.
Mothers should Know it.
Fretful babies cannot help disturbing
everybody, and mothers houli know how
southing Parker's Ginger Tonic is. It stous
babic j.ains, makes theiu healthy, relieves
their own anxiety an I is safe to use. Jour
nal. Will you suffer with Dyspepsia 3ud Liver
Complaint? Shiloh's Vitalize is guaran
teed to cure. Piul G. swhuh, agent. (2)
Fortunes for Fanners and Mechanics
Thousands of dollars can be aved by us
ing proper judgment in taking care of the
health of yourself aud family. If you Hre
Bilious, have Billow complexion, poor appe
tite, low and depressed spirits, and generally
debilitated , do not delay a moment, but
go at once ami procure a bottlo of those
wonderful Electric Bitters, whicli never fail
to cure, and that for the trilling sum of fif
ty cents Tribune. Sold by Harry W.
Ik you call on your drugget for "Dr.
Sellers' Cough Syrup," we pledge immedi
ate relief and cure on short notice.
"11ckmktai'K," a lusting mid liau'iant
pi'rfmre. Price 25 and f0 cents. ''
Til f: pr.tpiietors of Elys' Cream ltahn do
not claim it to bo a cure-ill, but a sure
remedy fur Catanh, Cold in I In- hend and
Hay Fever. Price, 50 reti'n. Apply into
nostrils with litMe ling' r.
go to DeBuuu's, 50 Ohio levee.
Ik yo'i li'ivj hctouIi, don't fail to use
"J)f Lindsay's Blood Searcher." S Id by
all dniggistH. It will cure you.
I) m't condemn a good thing because
you have been deceived by wortlilisn nos
trums. Parker's Ginger Tonic has cured
many in this section of nervous disordeis,
and we recommeiiil it heartily to sutlerers.
Galvaniz td Scales lor Creameries, Dia
ries, Butter Dealers, and Grocers. Send
fur circular. Howe Scales Co., St. Lou is
To all who tiro sud'eiing from tho errors
nnd indiscretions of youth, uetvoiia weak
nes, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will I'M you, KKKK
OK CHAUdE. This great remedy was
discovered y a minister in South America.
Send a sell-addressed envelope to the Rev.
Joseph T. Inman, Station D., New York
Giund Ot'Eiu UeHtiiur nit opposite
Onera II MSO Ul at'lira. l;ir;lc Hntrmif.n on
7th stroet. Oyateia in every style. 11-20 'f
Tub Wm. Alba iiauueh-biioi is one of
tho best appointed shops In the city; five
barbers all Orst-cUm workmen. Cull at
this shop, Commercial avunuo next tho
Opera Ilou'm and et hair-cutting, sham
pooniog and shaving done in an artistic
Wamted A irood house-keeper. Ger
man preferred. Apply at this office Ut.
Having purchased the bakery ot J.
Anthony, on Wasthliigtmi aveuuo between
Uth and 10th streets, I prepared to offer to
the public at all times fresh bread, cakeu,
&c. of the best quality at the lowest prices
to bo found in tho city. Call and see me.
13-12 tl Jacob Latnkk.
A Goo I Restaurant.
If you want a good meal call at Schoeu-
mcyer's Restaurant cor. 10th st. and Wash
ing avo. Only 25 cts. for a regular meal,
and day boarding will find tho best accom
modation on reasonable terms.
1 2-27, 2m.
Holiday Greeting's that Pay.
During the past year tho advertisement
of Flctumuig & Merriam, Commission Mer
chants, Chicago, has regularly appeared in
in our columns. This firm has put scut
out to their customers, in shape of holiday
greeting, the December profits, together
with a lull statement of their Fund W,
which has paid regularly monthly profits to
its patrons for the past year, in fact, for
the past twenty months. For those who de
sire small or medium speculative invest
ments, this enterprising firm offer superior
facilities and inducements.
Havingthisday, Jan. 1 1 883, rented my meat
shop on Commercial avenue near 20th st.
to John Smith nnd John Ilngey, partieB
knowing themselves to be indebted tome
will please call and settle tlnir accounts.
Their bills may bo paid either to me or at
the shop. Ciiaklks Gimiokek. 1 3 3t
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In lbeo eoinmin. ten cente per Una,
irr, tnrtlnn and whtMher marker! or not, if ralru-
ited to fciwiird any m in bnaincas Interest arc
Lost: a black beaded cape. Finder
will please leave nt Bulletin office. It
A negress namod Belle Hampton died
Tuesday night in the lower portion of the
Since Wedues lay last week Mr. Wm.
Wolfe has been con thed to his bed with
Wanted A good cook. Apply to Mrs.
Burnett,No. 32 10th street. 3t.
The finder of a bunch of keys will be
rewarded by leaving them at Barclay's 8th
street drug storo.
Judge J. II. Robinson will convene
county court to day forthepurpnse of trying
an old lady for insanity. It will be the
judge's first case of the kind.
School children will And The Bulle
tin scratch-In"'-' Nog. 2 and 3 tor sale at
Phil Saup's candy at.ire. tf
Mr. Kratky, of the Union bakery, won
a very fine te set at the prize drawing of
Prof. Andrew at Hartman's hall Tuesday
Gilhofer did not sell bis meat shop up
town; only rented it to Smith & Hagey, as
will be seen by his notice in another col
umn. The Ella Kimbrough leaves here daily,
except Saturdays, at 4 o'clock p. ta. for
Cape Girardeau. tf
There is a grand clearing sale of fur
niture at corner of 10th street and Wash
ington avenue. See adt. in another col
umn. Mr. G. M. Alden has opened a com
mission stoie in the new bui'ding of Mr.
Reiser, on tho south-east corner of Eighth
Btreet and Railroad avenue.
The raffle for one W. C. Scott & Son's
breech-loading rifles will come off at Hurry
Walker's saloon Friday evening between
0 ami 8 o'clock. Parties holding tickets
should be present. 2t
The man who was Bhot in tho head
during a quarrel on the steamer Baton
Rouge at this point s uno time ago, and
taken to the Marine hospital station for
care, is still lingering between lifo end
deulh. Dr. Benson believes that ho will
Magistrate Comings united Mr. Joeph
MeCalhoun and Miss Katie Clancy, daugh
ter of Mr. John Clancy, in marriage Tues-
lay night. The ceremony was pel formed
at the rehicdenco of the bride's parents. Mr.
McCalhouu is watchman, at tiiu Egytiau
A present that could not bo
excelled for general usefulness is displayed
at Coleman's book store iu shapn of a
"Silent" New Homo Sewing Machine, with
all attachments; price at factory, $55.00
and Coleman only asks $45 for it. Call
aud see it. 3t.
Yesterday morning a railroad laborer
stopping at tho Sherunn house ou Com
mercial avenue died after au illness of a
week or longer with pneumonia. Ho was a
stranger in these parts and it is not known
if ho hus relatives. His name was Richard
James. He had beeu employed as section
bobs on the Texas & St. Louis railroad.
A firo occurred at Paducah Tuesday
night which destroyed the candy storo of
Mr. P. C. Callissia. The building nud
contents were totally destroyed; tho loss
was estimated at $1,500, and the insurance
on all was $1)00. The cause of the fire
was an overturned stove, and this wag
caused by a crowd of romping boys.
Mr. Thomas Orrall, of Boston, and a
heavy dealer in lumber in that city, was at
Tho Halliday yesterday. Mr. Orrall comes
hero frequently and is very well known by
our leading citizens generally. Hu comes
horo principally for tho purpose of pur
chasing gum lumber for his trade in Bos
ton, and ho makes largo purchases every
time ho comei, Last year ho bought over a
, hundred thousand feetof lumber in this city
and had it shipped by rail to Boatou. This
year, during his present visit here, ho has
mudo contracts for auother hundred thou
sand feet with Captain W. P. Halliday,
whicli will bo gotten out and shipped as
rapidly as possible. What better recom
mendation than this can Cairo ask, for facil
ities to furnish cheaply and oxpodiciously
the building material, even to the far
northeasth What other city can make o
better or a similar showing?
Word was received hero yesterday,
from Dr. Warduer, at Anna, that tho old
man, Stanislaus McQ.iasky, who has been
m St. Mary's Infirmary here for six or eight
months at tho expense of the city and
county being cured of injuries received at
Bird's Point on the Texas & St. Louis rail
road, could now be received at the Anna
asylum to be treated for insanity. Deputy
Sheriff Mono will probably take tho pa
tient to Anna;
Two thugs chloroformed Mr, G. M.
Allen's son at the Anna railroad depot
Tuesday night and robbed him of a watch
and chain and $3. in money. Young Alden
was on his way hero and was waiting for
the doA-n train, Ho fell asleep, when the
drug was administered by the two fellows
who had pretended to bu also waiting for
the train, and the deed was done. When the
victim awoke he wmaloue, and dispatches
and things sent out in all directions in pur
suit of tho thieves werp of co avail io, trac
Yesterday's weather bulletiu reported
a fall of fifteen degrees in tho temperature
at Bismarck, putting it fourteen degrees be
low zero there. The other heavy falls re
poi ted were 2! degrees at Yaukion, leav
ing it 1 above zero; 14 at St. Paul, leav
ing it 2 below z to; 23 at Omaha, leaving
it U abeve zero; 15 at North Platte, 10
above zero; 12 at LaCrosso, 3 ab ive zero.
Rain was reported at Cairo, U-100;
Memphis 20-100; Nashville. 32-100;
and Shreveport, 22. At all but niue of the
twenty points reported from the thermome
ter was far below the freezing-point.
The demand for passes over tbe river
st this point, which had nearly abated dur
ing the holidays, is gradually gaining its
former proportions. Among two crowds
of eight, who came to the Mayor's office
just after dinner yesterday, there was rmo
woman, who with her husband hnd boy, had
walked over two hundred miles on railroad
tracks, she said, walking all the way from
Toledo, Ohio. They arrived here without
mniey, though in apparent good health
and comfortably clad. They wero for
eigners and wire bound' for the sunny
south to fiud employment.
Even so itlung syrup ought to be well
shaken before taken. At St. Louis two
babes, twin children of a Mr. August J.
Kroiifbin, wero on Saturday night given a
do-e of "soothing syrup." On Sunday
morning both were dead. Either an over
dose of the drug had been administered, or
the opium had risen to the top of tho mix
ture and the prescribed quantity had thus
become more dangerous than if the stuff
had been previously shaken thoroughly.
Whatever the causj of the accident, one
fart is clear that the soothing syrup poi
soned the babes.
Twelve car loads of gravel for Eighth
street havo already been brought over aud
unloaded by tho Mobile and Ohio railroad;
and more will follow as it is needed. But
some who havo examined tho gravel and
who are good judges say that it iH not of
the best quality not as good as that used
on Commercial avenue and tho cross streets
leading to the levee. Caso should be tak
en that only good gravel be used, for we
had some sad experienco with the other
kind on the lower end of Commercial ave
nue. It may bu that this first installment
of gravel was but from the surface of the
bed and that future lots will bo better.
Prof. O. 8. Fowler, now nearly 4 Rcore
years old and 52 years before the public
as a phrenological author, lecturer and ex
aminer, is paying our city a rather Hying
visit. Ho opens a course of 3 lectures at
Temperance hall, (the only availablo one to
be had on so short notice, but though small
is neat and attractive), tho first takes place
this evening at 8 p. m. aud will bo free.
Apart of the seats will ho reserved at 15 cts.
each. Subjects of the following lectures
will be announced in our daily columns.
Each lecture to close with puhlic test ex
aminations of some person solected from
the audience. Hu stops at Tho Halliday,
where ho will tell persons all about them
selves from the shape of their heads, and
to what they are best fitted to succeed iu
Prof, Andreas drew a good audience to
Hartman's hall last rjight to witnets his
peilormanci', and he succeeded not only
in holding the interest of all for several
hours, but in mystifying them. Tho per
formance was a varied one consisting in
pint of sleight-of-hand tricks an 1 illusions,
the accomplishment of which seemed real
ly miraculous and never failed ti produce
expressions of wonder and surprise and
hearty applause from tho audience. At the
conclusion of the performance a distribu
tion of gifts followed, aud snuio very use
ful articles wero carried away by holders
of lucky tickets. A uew programme every
Rev. Dr. Collier is far from orthodox.
In a lecture lately delivered in New York
ho declared tho enforcement of tho Suuctay
laws In that city a "daugerous mockery."
He pleaded "for recreation in tbo broadest
sense," Ho advocated the privilego of the
hoys swimming and playing ball on Sun
days it they desired to, aud thought tho
music halls should bo opon for inuaic on
Sundays, on tho ground that ""music can
never bo other than refreshing, except
when it is linked to bad words." Ho fur
ther advocates tho tight of thoatro going
on Sunday as well as the ruuning of cars
and other modes of conveyance for tho
masses. , He also pronounced the enforce
ment of the Sunday laws a "dangerous
mockery" for the reason that if the blood
of the people was ouce got up, "there will
be new laws which will open tho way to a
liceuso which every man or woman will
view with extremo regrot." These ex
tremcly liberal views of Dr. Collier weto
loudly applauded by a largo audience.
A tragic accident marked tho new
year at Washington. Elisha Allen, tho
Hawaiian Minister and Dean of the Diplo
matic, Corps, tell dead at the White House,
where he had attended tho President's re
ccotiou, thu supposed cause of death being
heart-disease. Mr. Allen was a native of
Salem, Mas., and was in his 70th year. He
was speaker of tho Jfaiue assembly neaily
fifty years ago, nud was elected as Whig
to tho twenty-seventh congrecs. In 1849
ho was appointed Consul at Honolulu,
since which time he has been promineutly
identified with Hawaiian affairs. Mr. Allen
possessud tho full confidence of King KsU
kau i, and was largely instrumental in ob
taining the passage of the II iwniiau reci
procity treaty with this couutry.
Tiie c unedy drama, "Old Shipmates"
by R iht-rt Morris, especially written for
Frank Mordaunt, has within a year leaped
into unexampled popultritv and through
out Mie east has drawn splendid houses. This
p'uy is full of iucidents, pathetic as well as
startling, and abounds with thcthvorof
the sen w ith its varied pleasures and dan
gers. The "Capt. Marline Weather-gage"
of Mr. Mordaunt is peculiarly true to life
and is a role which at once captures an au
dunce. While the company is not largo
in numb rs, it is universally strong; tho
peculiar arrangements of the piece bring
ing th! eutire cast conspicuously to tho
front. We would not advise any one to misa
Theatre-joers here who are distantly
or otherwise acquainted w ith John Dillon,
the star actor, will learn with some interest
that Mrs. John Dillon, late wife of the ac
tor, railroaded a divorce from her late hus
band. She began suit on Friday last. Last
Siturday Judge Jamesou, of one of tho
Chicago rourts, heard the case, aud granted
the divorce. The bill charged Mr. Dillon
with desertion and habitual drunkenness.
The testimony was that Mr. Dillon had
been a drunkard ever siuce bo was married ;
that he never stayed sober more than three
mouths at a time; that he hardly ever re
mained drunk less than four weeks at a
time; nd that his dissipated habits en
tirely disqualified him for the duties of his
position. Mrs. Dillon's divorce was grant
ed in leq thau twenty-lour hours after her
bill was tiled. Dillon did not resist the
action of his wife.
The Chicago Tribune on Mrs. Langtry:
A large h -mac not a crowded one greet
ed the first appearance in Chicago of Mrs.
Langtry at Haverly's thea'ro last evening.
Tho dispos'tion manifesto 1 by the audi
ence which contained a proportion of fash
ionable people unusually largo for a New
Year's tiigh, was one of co 1 and critical
fairness -a determination to judgo intelli
gently and without premature onthusiasm
of the lady's claims to consideration as an
actress nud a beauty. Tho heartiest burst
of applause bestowed in the course of the
performance was evoked by tho country
dance which ended the third act of "Tho
Honeymoon," and to this extent at least
Mrs. Langtry may bo said to havo "mado a
hit." That, she is neither a great beauty nor
a great actress, but is a reasonably pretty
woman of refined aud lady-liko stage pres
ence aud limited Btago-traiuing, is doubt
less a tair summary of the popular verdict
in reference to "the Jersey Lily's" debut in
BUSINESS MEN WANT
Commercial Job Printing in good shnpo
and on good paper,
Letter Heads, I Irish Linen and Hat
Note Heads, f papers.
Envelopes of all kinds,
Dray lickcts, ) perforated with rouud
Receipt Bookn, hole perforating-
(.-neon oooks, l machine. m
Full Sheet Posters,
Small B'.lls and Dodgers,
All ok which will bo found at Tub
Bulletin Job Office, No. 78 Ohio Luveo.
Frank Casaldy, not tho goutlemanly
engiueer of the Tlireo States, but tho stu rp
legged terror with a regular hurricane of a
wife, was up before Magistrate Comings
yesterday charged with violations of soc
hens 13 and 15 of chapter 5 of the ordnan
ces, which make it unlawful for a man or
woman to bo drunk and disorderly. Frank
had among other offonsivo things beeu
crouching at tho gate of St. Patrick's Catho
lic church on Sunday and bad taken in a
nice little sum of money from tho many
charitable people who attended services
CAIRO OPERA IIOUSIU.
THE OPERATIC EVENT OF THK SEASON !
Ono Night Only!
OF THE FAMOUS
0. D. HESS' ACME OPERA COMPANY.
OO ArtistH, Choristers and Musicians GO
INCLUDING THE CELEBRATED LYRIC 'STARS,
ABBIE CARRINGTON, OWb
ROSE LEIGHTON nud
LIZZIE ST. QUINTEN.
MAItK SMITH, MKSSlia
JAMES O. PEAKES,
ARTHUR W. TAMS,
JAMES II. JONES nnd '
. . HENRY ('. PEAKES.
MONDAY, January 8th, 1888,
Will be presented the Grand Opera,
Casio to the full btrenglh of tho Company.
W. IS. TAYLOR, - - Musical Director.
Notwithstanding the great importance and expense of this engagement, tnu following
very moderate scale of prices is announced : Parquolto and Punpiette Circles, .2Z
Dress Circle, $1.00; Gallery, .10 cents. Seats lor Sale at Buder'a Jewelry Store oo
Friday morning, Janunry 5th, 18811.
there, lie uod his Eve had roci eded to
have a high old-time on this money
and hud made themselves- obnoxioua
generally. The court, after hearing the
evidence, lined Frank twenty-five dollars
uud colts, and kindly gavehim thn e hours
iu which to leave town. But Frank
spurned the court's kindness. Ho prelcrred
to remain hero and go to jtil, intimating
that he had been in such places before and
had no great aversion of them. But the
court told him that he would have to break
rock; that there wero no feather beds to
sleep on, and that ciiick n pin and
champagne were luxuries seldom found
amoug tbe ediblns usually placed betore
the guests of the city hotel on Eleventh
street. The jailer whs present and faid
something about dark dungeons and bread
and water, which gra' I harshly upon
Frank's ears; anil the' outcome of it all was
that Mr. Cassidy conclu led to chang' his
mind, whicli be did, and promised to leave
town us per condition of the ftay ol execu
tion granted him.
IF YOU DO,
If you want to sell anything, ,
If you want to buy anything, j
If you want toinciease your bu-iness,
If you want to hire anyone,
If you want a situation, j
If you have a houte to rent,
If you want to lent a bouse,
Advertise in The Cairo Bulletin.
--Suppose a girl tries to fill a kerosene
lamp without first blowing it out. Of
course the lump is neatly empty, or the
would not care to fill it. This empty space
is filled with a cloud of explosive vapor
arising from the air in the lamp. When
she pushes the no.zel of the can into tins
lamp at the top, and begins to pour, the oil,
ru iiking into the lamp, fills the empty
space, and pushes the cloud of explosive
vapor up; the vapor is obliged to pour out
over tho edges of the lump, at the top, into
the room ouUidu. Of course it strikes
against the blazing wick which she is hold
ing down by one side. The Maze of the
wick sets the invisible cloud of vapor on
fire, uud there is an explosion which ignites
the oil and scatters it over her clothes and
over tho furniture of the room. This is tho
WBy in which a kerosene lamp bursts. Tho
game thing may happen when a girl pours
oil over the lire in the range or stove, if
there is a cloud of explosive vapor in the
upper part of thu can, or if the stove is hot
enough to vaporiei quickly soun; of tho oil
as it falls. Taking care of the oil will not
protect you. There is no safety except in
t'io rule: Never pour oil on u lighted fire,
or into a lighted lump. Ex.
Winuing' over a Judgo.
This is the opinion of Judgo J. T. Bos
sier, of St. Tammany Parish, La. "I have
found St. Jacobs Oil to bo very cllkacious
in sprains or bruises. I think thero is no
other liniment equal to it."
A short time ago a cadet in the Penn
sylvania Military academy, at Chest.ir, Pa.,
was flogged for a willful violation of thu
rules of tho institution. Exaggerated ac
counts of the recurrence wero sent out hy
enomies of the institution, and they wero
mado tho basis of some fierce coniuicntB by
some of tho leading papers of tho coun
try. As thu institution in which this
outrage, so called, is said to have occurred
in well known by tnany of our
prominent citizens who have, or havo
had, sous or relatives there, tho opinion of
ouo or these Cairo cadets upon tho matter
under consideration will probably bo of in
terest to readers of Tim Bulletin, and,
cortaiuly, will bo more reliable than the
grabfed reports of meu at Chester, whoso
authority iu hearsay and who see through a
thick veil of prejudice. It Is tho opinion of
this young Cairo cadet who was at the
institution when tho flogging occurod and
is now homo ou vacation, that tho punish
ment was entirely juttifiiahlu and not at all
too severe. Thu boy was not Injured in the
least, as has beon reportud, nn.d bo would
have said nothing at all about the mutter
but for the urgent requests to do so mado
by tho enomies aforesaid. Our Cairo cadet
expresses tho highest respect for aud the
greatestcotilidtr.ee in Col. Hyatt nnd his
management, and believes him to be a
humane, christian giiilh nien. That the
institution is one of the best of its 'and in
the country is a f id upon w hich mII compe
tent judges agree and to which Home of the
best citizens here who have spent time aud
efforts in seeking out a place fur the edu
cation of their soiih, will willingly testify.
GOOD LOTS FOR SALE.
On Railroad Kticl below !h, three lots
by- 20 each, making 7o I'e t on lUilroad
street and 20 feet deep. For particulars
apply at Bulletin uilice.
The Danube is over its banks at Vienna.
The coinage last month amounted to
The debt reduction for December reach
Unseasonable rains in Cuba have dam
aged the tobacco crop.
The rem a umg political offend-.Ts in
Egypt have been amnestied.
There have been U,000 cases ot small
pox and 2,400 deaths at Cape Town.
Biggar, Irish member of parliament, has
been committed for high treason.
Red Cloud wants f 10,0o0 l-r hor-es
which General Crook took from him bix
The excess of exports lor the twelve
months ended November 30 was f 1,434,
833. NEW ADVKRllMEMKMM.
Notices la ltil column idree Unci nr lfi-f Cicenti
one luertlon or $1 uj pi r week.
1011 MLK Tin Auhurry property, cnrticr VKd
Kl'ei-l Bml HolUroiilc nvrniiF
U-l" I: M .1. IIOWI.KV, KiV ftiAfi.
UOI! .s ALE. Ilicher'n chair, wnr a isul, is.
blcntc. L'ONIUD ALliA, SlXlll Hreet
POU SAI.i:.--lllnik. Ulnuta! Morced, Si, cUI
Warranty nnd Wurranly l)i tiiu at tax llullttln
Job oftlco 7S Ohio l.evee
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
One Night Only!
SATURDAY, JAN. 0.
Tlx' Popular Actor Mr.
and his complete first-class
Dramatic Company, com
prised entirely of
NEW YORK FAVORITES.
Iu Robert G. Morns' Great American
What the Newspapers say:
There are In It cortulu loiictioi of mnilio id und
womanhood Unit ucivgr appeal In vala to humaii
sympathies- N. Y. Humid, (quniud.)
Mm of tho licit ontcrliiliuicuid this navun.
N. Y. Sun.
'J'Iih author Is to hoconriUulutod on hinfuiccin.
N. Y. SUr.
It wan received with noli-y demonstrations of
approval. N. Y. Pout.
Old Slilpmstua a decld d piiccck. N. Y. Truth.
It is ono of thu Rood old ilniman.N. Y. Time.
Dontluud to oiijuy a Ion;,' and rrorpuroua career.
Decidedly thu hunt orljjlnul drama ou tho Nuw
York ntuu.-N Y. Spirit of Tim s.
Aitsgoplctiiro totichid by tho liruah of a iu inter
and ono that will over llvo In tho g ilaxy of Ameri
can dramatic portraits, N, Y. Dally Now.
Mr. Mordaunt one of tho bout ac orc on the
American etano.-.S F. Chronloln.
Magnificent Kmicry and Mechanical
Effects incliulintf tlic
GREAT SHIP SCENE!
Alinlnnlnii ?f, !W and 'ja ontn. No extra churita
for reaorved loata. No bitblci admitted under any
preteuao wliatuvnr, Kcmtrved on at Onder's
,5, AO nud 'i5 cuuli.
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