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Tills; DAILY OAlltO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 20, 182.
THE DAILY BDILEWK
umrKt NO. 7U OHIO lbvek.
INTEKtU AT TUB CAIIIO J'OHTOVFICK FOR
TRANSMISSION THROUGH THR MAIIJI AT SKC
OKU CLASS RATES.
0loAL PAPER OF CITT AND COUHTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Noiu '(lit ton column. oiRDt ccnti per lino for
rt ni'l Ave centi per Una eacn sumequeni iuit
itoti. For one week. 30 coats per lino. For one
mouth, j0 conn pur lino.
50c per Can,
Extra Selects, at DeBauu's.
Finest lot of window curtains in the
city at Jeff. Clark's. tf
LTiik Cairo Dulletin perforated
scratch -book, made of calendered jute
mauilla, equally good for ink or pencil. For
sale, in thrne sizes, at the ofHce. No. 2 and
a. live and ten cents each by the single one,
ly tlie dozen. Special discount on gross
liits to the trade. '
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c., I
will seed a recipe that will cure you, khejc
of cuaiiok. This great remedy whs
discovered uy a minister in South America.
Send a sell-addressed envelope to the Kit.
Joskhi T. Inman, Station I)., New Voik
Go to Jeff. Clark's for fancy window
shades aud everything pertaining thereto.tf
GfrOD READING FOK THOUGHTFUL
SHOULD BE CAREFULLY READ Tim IU1IKFXT
CONCLl'BIOKS MAY. BE AnitlVEU AT.
FAIL U. SCOUH,
Dear Sir; Recognizing the fact that
there is to a certain extent, a mutual depen
dency existing between the professions of
pharmacy and medicine, and feeling that a
better understanding of the function and
duties of the two profession should bo re
cognized and adhered to, we, of the medi
cal profession of Cai:o, object to the fre
quent buhit of druggists of tlii city, of
diagnosing diseases aud prescribing uiedi
cinos, for the following reasons:
First. The science of pharmacy docs
not include a knowledge of the science of
Second. You aro violating the medical
practice act, by so doing, and robbing the
physiciins of their legitimate business.
Third. You are practicing deception
upon the sick ; therefore we ask you to ad
here to the law governiug the practice of
Another grievance to w hich we respect
fully ask your attention, is the matter of
refilling prescriptions without authority ot
the physicians who havii writeu them. The
above practice is injurious to both patient
end physicians; the patient often sufluring
Irom the effects of improper medicine, and
the physician because he is practically
held responsible for the action of the medi
cine he did not prescribe.
Again we hold that the original owner
of the prescription loses his ownership in
the same, as soon as it is oucu tilled aud
placed on tile, and that he has no right to
demand that it be taken from the tile and
be refilled, except by the order of the pre
scribing physicians. We therefore ask
you to discontinue the practice.
After due deliberation, we the under
signed members of the "Medical Associa
tion of Cairo" have resolved not to patron
ize directly or indirectly, any druggist,
who shall after this date, be known to pre
scribe for any one requiring the nervines of
a physician, or who shall refill or duplicate
prescriptions without the written or verbal
authority of the physician. Respectfully,
W. U.Smith, Prcst. J. C. Si:luvan, V. 1
0. 0. Parker, Sec'y. J. J. Gordon. J. H.
Bryant. C. W. Dunnino. 1). IT. Parker.
J. S. Petrie.
To the Public:
Although the above resolutions apeak for
themselves, and although any unprejudiced
person can readily read between the lines
the real motives prompting thu Cairo Med
ical Association to issue such a proclama
tion, I feel like making a few renmrkn:
I, for my part, do not know that I have
been deceiving the public during the last
19 years psst and do not intend to dereive
it now, on the contary, I will try, in the
future, as I have in tioi past, to mind my
own business and attend to the wunts of
my pitnuis to the best of my ability. 1
am neither iiitooiso nor uuyi.no airy one's
patronage, but my aim is to please each
and every nuc, who kindly favors me with
their calls. Respectfully,
Paul 0. Suiui.
in market at DcBaun's 50 Ohio levee
A Fine Rai ber Shop.
Wm. Albi, on Commercial uvenue, has
the mot extensive and as line an equipped
barber shop as can bo found tu any city.
Ilia employes are meters in the trade,
whose razors are always smooth and keen,
Ilia eBlabbsbment ia large enough to
meet any demand upon it without any tire
some waiting; and h a patrons go away
pleaded with htm thcmaelvis and his work.
Give him a trial.
Vor 0) stent
go to Deliaun's, !50 Ohio levee.
New Blacksmith Shop.
A cow horse shooing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Tenth street. All
manner of blackiinitliing and wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work done promptly. " tf
at DeUaun's, 56 Ohio levee.
Out of the tire, cor. of 8th ana Levee, toy
icehouse and office is at present st the
City Brewery, on Washington aveuuc, be
tween tfth And 9th streets. Orders will ,e
filled tame as usual, both wholesale and
rtall. Wagons supply regularly every day.
Grand Opera Restaurant opposite
Onera, House uo stairs. Rack entrance on
7th street. Oysters in every style. 11-30 tf
Piof. Mason's regular dancing class meets
each Wednesday, at four and sevon o'clock
l. m. Saturday s two and seven p. tn. in
tho New Reform Hall. Arrangements will
bo mado at any timo for new classes, and
A GOOD RESTAURANT.
If you want a good meal call at Schoen
meyer's Restaurant cor. 10th st. and Wash
ington Ave. Only 2!i cents for a regular
meal, and day boarders will find the best
accomodation on reasonable terms.
50c. per Can,
Extra Selects, at Deliaun's.
Ladies R-jstauraut opposito Opera
House. Gus Ditto proprietor, 11-20 tf
Receipt books, Cairo dateline, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured and for salo at the Cairo Bulletin
Old Machinery Castiucs Wanted
at Ronnie's new foundry for which the
ingnest prices win uo pain in casn.
unit at ;so.ud unio L.evee.
tl. John T. Rennie.
Window shades and fixtures at Jeff.
For Oysters iu any style go the Grand
Opera Restaurant Entrances on Commer
cial and 7th street. 11-20 tf
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In these coinmn. ten cents ;r line,
tnoh mertmu and whether marked or not, if calm
luted to Coward any uiiu'i buslnefs luterest arc
at way paid for.
New Liueu Collars, at W. E. GholsonV.
Mr. J. Martin has a live-room cottage
I). W. Lusk. Esq., of - Springfield, i
at The Ilallidny.
Writing fluids aud first-class inks of all
kinds at Paul G. Schuh's. 2t
Giuet Black Gros Grain Silk, only f I
per yard at W. E.Gholsou's. It
Judge Darker was at The Ilallidiiy
The commissioner of agriculture esti
mates the corn crop at 1,033,000 bushels.
There will be services in nearly all tho
churches this morning and evening.
Ladies' Pet Goat OongrcssGaiter Shoes
at W. E.Gholsou's. It
Mr. Hciuu.i Meyers returned form
Dongola a few days flgo and brought with
him a real, live, pet monkey.
Schoolchildren will find The Bulle
tin scratch-books Nos. 2 and 15 tor salo at
Phil Saup's candy stare. tf
Duffy's celebrated, pure and unadul
terated Bpple-cider just received. G. H.
Jackson & Co., southern agents. 2t
Mr. Will Bobbins and tamily, of
Topeka, Kan., aro here visiting their re
latives, Mr. R. P. Bobbins and family,
If you want feather dusters of any
kind go to Paul G. Schuh's. Fresh lot just
A large two story frame has been
erected near tho northeast corner of Twenty-
fust street aud Washington avenue, by Mr.
Silk Plush in all colors, at W. E.
Magistral) Comings returned from
Chicago yesterday. Judge Bross and
Messrs. N. A. Dovoro and Jeff M. Clark
will return to-day by way of St. Louis.
Wanted Immediately A first-class
pants maker. Steady employment guar
anteed the year around. Smith & Brink
The gross earnings of the Wabash, St.
Louis & Pacific railroad company for the
week ending Novombcr 15th, were;
1882, 874.482; 1881, JXiO.llC; increase
Yesterday the case of Mr. Freeman aud
bis business partner, for lighting, came up
in the court of JusticoJ. H. Robiuson, and
he was discharged, as it appeared that he
was not the aggressive party in the offense.
Seo new Camlet Drcs Goods at W.
The Cairo city gas company have
placed at their works, machinery for crush
ing and screening coke, and are now pro
pared to furnish crushed coke, which is an
excellent Bubatituto for hard coal. Orders
left at the office on Eighth street will re
ceive prompt attention. lw
- A force- of men is almost constantly
at work on the tracks of tho street railway
company, making repairs. Mr. Calvin
Neff, the superintendent, gives the work
bis peiHocal supervision and sees that the
trucks are kept in good condition from cud
During his hunt at Hodges Park und
vicinity Wednesday ard Thursday, Mr. E.
A. Burnett lost his pet dog and camo homo
alone. Nothing was heard or seen of the
dog until last evening about 5 o'clock,
when hu deliberately trottod into the ollico.
How he got hero is somewhat of a mystery.
Ladies call ot W. E. Gholson's and sea
the most elegant line of Cashmeres in the
Mr. L. Pinu arrived from South Bend
yesterdsy and is making his head-quarters
at The Ilalliday, To-morrow or Tuesday
a tarty of distinguished gontlemon, con
nected with, tho Singer company, will ho
here to take a survey of the grounds and
work of the company here.
The St. Louis aud Cairo railroad brought
iu seventy passangers last evening-- hrgo
nirmber than for some time back. The
road is doing n good general business all
along the lino. Sandusky station which
rfad been virtually abolished for a while,
has been re-established, with Mr. Nicholas
Hundsackcr iu charge.
Work was resumed again yesterday
morning on tho supply pipe for the pump
ing apparatus of tho Ice Factory. The
heavier couplings arrived and were put
into use. Mr. Charles Faro is personally
superintending the work. Nearly two
hundred feet had been penetrated yester
day evening and uo unexpected obstruction
had been met with.
A horso belonging to a colored man
named Lawson Baker, while standing near
thesido walk on tho upper side of Tenth
street, near Washington avenue
yesterday fell down and died
few moments after, apparently
from the effects of cramps. .The attack
came suddenly. The animal had .evidently
not been well cared for.
A Number of leading merchants,
business men mid property holders ot
Shreveport, La. met at the cotton exchange
theru Thursday evening, to devise means to
build a Narrow giMgo railway- from that
city tocouncct with Col. Paraniore's system
at Camden, Ark. A committee was ap
pointed to solicit a fuller attendance at an
adjourned meeting for to-morrow, Monday,
Work on the incline of the Wabash
road at the point is still in progress. There
has been ft great deal to do, and there is
much more to be doue before the meline
will be in condition the company desires it
to be. Bmsh mattresses are being sunk
near the incline to protect it against the
washing of tho current ot thu river, and
piles are being driven. Capt. Mart. Colo,
who has charge of the government work at
Grand Chain, has charge of this work,
which gives assurance that it will be w. ll
The following item from "The New
Northwest," ot Montana, gives another
remarkable example of successful farming :
"P. M. LaFountaine, of Bitter Root, raised
this year from 100 acres of hud, 7,000
bushels of ouN, an average of 70 bushels
per acre part of which ran below 70 and a
few acres as high as 100 bushels per sere.
Mr. LaFontainc also raised peas with which
to fatten 150 bead of hogs." It appears
that Alexander county, III., and Mississip
pi couuty, Mo., do not have a monopoly of
On Saturday the 18th inst., Prof.
Mason commenced his second term of
dancing lessons for the season in the new
Reform hall, over Mr. Bristol's store, on
Eighth street, which will make the fourth
term ho has taught in this city with uni
versal satisfaction to his many patrons.
A visit to his school where one will see
his pupils from the grown young lady and
gentleman to the tiny miss or master of
seven or eight years. Going through the
intricate mazes of all the new and fashiona
ble dances is all that is necessary to con
vince one of his success in teaching the
"Poetry of Motion," or that ho is a perfect
master of the art ho teaches.
Tho planet Venus, which has made the
western sky so brilliaut as an evening star
since February last, is now moving rapidly
towards tho sun to perform its part in the
transit set down in the almanacs for Do
ceinder Oth. It will pass across the sun's
disc, and appear projected on it in the form
ot a small round black spot, visible to good
naked eyes looking through a mnoked
glass. An opera or field f-lass will make
tho spectacle more distinct. Tho transit
will last live hours and seventeen minutes,
the ingress at St. Louis beginning at 24
minutes past 8 o'clock in tho morning, and
the egress taking place at 47 minutes after
1 in thu afternoon. This is a longtime;
but it is 830.000 miles across tfie solar
disc, aud the planet cannot well make tho
trip in a shorter time. During the last
month observers have frequently seen the
planet iu the western sky wbilu the sun it
self was above the horizon and shining
brilliantly. Tho transit will afford an op
portunity of seeing it iu broad daylight in
a very different position.
Ou tho 33d of August uext the tri
annual conclave of the Knights Templar of
the United States takes place at San Frau
ciseo, Cal. Arrangements for I ho affair by
the Kniuhts of Illinois were perfected at
Chicago a few days ago, at n meeting held
by representative Knights from all parts of
the state. Dr. C. W. Dunning of this city,
Grand Commander of the state, and several
other Cairo Knights attended the meeting.
A conference was held with several railroad
companies to arrange for trans
portation to and from San
Franscsco. Thu Pullmau Palacu car
company made anoutrugeously extrava
gaut denund-bixty five dollars per day
lor each person. If was dually arranged
with another company that the Knights
should bo transported to and from
the great city of tho Pacific coast
at $75 per head, which is $25 less than half
fare. Those who go from bore, of whom
thero will bo a nice little party, will start
cu tho 3d of August from Kansas City,
from whence the whole Illinois delegation
starts ou tho 4 th or 5th. It U probable
that this conclave will be as largu as any
ever bold, as many will be drawn there by
Written for tho Sunday Dultottu.
A way I while Ilia pulses bound and thrill
And tho Jubilant lemoi high revol bold;
Whero lire acoins a pastime, and keen dealre
l,oiie new Joyi to inherit, ocw hopes to unfold.
Thu iky float tu mild autumnal ba.e;
Wo swoop through a magical atmosphere;
And loft ou tho musical, mtaty air.
The uiurmuruui tlntllng of belli rluga clear.
Tlio river llku oms fmmod picture lies -lilrdod
by woodi-tb droamy woods,
Flamu colorod ouiblemi ofnaturo, brlyUt
In all bur ruoclrul, changing mooda.
Fauna, dryada, and oresdi wncder hero,
'Mid tho odorous jiinoi, or In okn gUdei,
Whorotho bonghi, teitooncd with the Ivy and
Muck tho forest with waverluK lljjhta and ahades.
Thesaud built bllli stretch far in tho distance,
iin meir purple rims against the iky,
And slowly, athwurt tho tremulous etbur,
The ilee-.y cloods, hko whlto ships, sail by,
Lol the eky. at the Sun-Gods touch glows warmly
With rubv, and ember, and tawpy gold;
Aud gently tho twilight, tiolt, grey, mantlu,
Envelopes tbo earth liilts magic folds.
While Uuiper glimmers, sweet star of premise,
My love and I ride home togotbur:
Still lingers tho thrill of these hours of gladness,.
That ride Id the blue, unclouded weather.
Navigation on tho upper Mississippi
closed Friday, the last boat to pass Burling
for the season being the Grand Pacific,
which sailed thence Friday morning. Why
navigation should close when the river is
clear is explainable only by tbo circum
stance that the signal service does ' not yet
predict far enough ahead. Tho boats seek
southern waters early lest they get-ice
--Perhaps a number of Cairo citizens
will remember the man who spuetiutended
the building ot our $285,000 post-office
building and custom-house. He was a man
named Mnilett, and the following reference
to him by n New York coi respondent of a
Western paper will be of some iutcrest :
"I sometimes bee a aU-nder, womanly-ficed
perplexed man in a poor gray suit of
clothes, walking around the New York
post office buildiug as if he might havo a
letter in there, necessary to bim, but not
the money to get it out, und I say to my
companiou : "Whom do you guess yonder
Km of weariness to be?" "A clerk out of
a job," my companiou will reply," "or a
enmk inventor, or a credulous picked duck
from Wall street." No, my friend, that is
Mullet. If you waut to seo bis monument,
look around you. He built the post-office.
He raised more ponderous architecture
than Vanbrugh. Iu every large city of
America he built the greatest edifice. The
mighty government citadels of Philadel
phia, Cincinnati, St. Louis, Boston, Chica
go, the San Francisco mint, the slate de
partment at Washington, aud nearly a
hundred lesser buildings which are the
boast of minor towns. Ho was the eniri-
neerof the beautiful streets of Washington,
where now, a Wend relates nx-, his wife
takes boarders to support her children.
He who has built fiO.OOO.COO worth of
public architecture is next to the homeless,
and tho wandering child of need."
Thurlow Weed who died at!) o'clock
Wednesday morning had reached the age
of eighty-five, and his death had been for
some time expected. The final scene in
his eventful Irfowas peaceful and painless,
lie pissed away as though sinkiug into
deep slumber. To say that ho was one of
America's greatest men would be but sim
ple justice. Born in tho closing decade of
tho last century, reared to hard work and
plunged in early youth into active service
iu the war of 1312, tie acquired in this
raitgh schooling tho strong nation feeling
and tho rugged ambition which pushed
him rapidly forward. When, after peaco
was declared, he found employment among
thu printing-offices of Franklin square,
with restless energy he worKed his way
forward and was a newspaper proprietor in
1818, beginning his editorial career on tho
Republican Argiculturist in Chenango
county, New York. After being connected
with several different papers ho became
editor of tho Albany Evening Journal iu
18D0, which he eventually gave acommand
ing political influence and made tho orgau
of the Whig party. Probably no other man
ever bad such complete control over a par
ty or enjoyed to such au extent the entire
confidence of his followers. His political
connection with Seward and Greeley for
nearly twenty years in directing the for
tunes of the Whig and Republican parties
is well known. He was the practical po
litician of that powerful combination. The
confidence with which ho inspired men was
largely duo to the fact that ho never ac
cepted office for himself, though repeated
ly importuned to do so.
FIRE AT COLUMBUS.
A special was received hero last evening
after five o'clock from Columbus, Ky,, sta
ting that thu passenger depot and freight
shed at that place wcro burning and would
bo entirely destroyed. The shod was filled
with cotton. Tho operator just had timo
to send the dispatch before his own ofHeo
boramo too hot for him. Tho cause ol tho
tiro or tho extent of damage done was nut
stated in the dispatch.
THE CAIRO ELEVATOR,
Ilalliday Bros., lessees, built by tho Illinois
Central railroad, is a magnificent structure,
100 feet high from the foundation, which
latter is considerably highor than tbo river.
It has a capacity of 750,000 bushels of
grain and is supplied with all (ho best ma
chinery, which is operated by a broad fly
UNREDEEMED PLEDGES FOR SA.LE!
Ladies, Gents' Gold and Silver Watches, Chains, Rings, Diamonds, Bracelets etc., for
F A It N 15 A K E K & C 0.,
Licensed Pawnbrokers, 7th street, between Commercial and Washington avenues.
GEASD HOLIDAY DISPLAY
Stuart's Popular ami Reliable Cash Dry Goods House
LEADER OF LOW AND POPULAR PRICES
Ckaslkss Toiler lv the Interest of Trade
Annouuce Extraordinary Bargains in all Departments for Holiday trade.
Wo succeeded iu securiug largu lines of Goods at tho recent clearing sales in New
York and Chicago. Stuart as ususal was on hand to secure some of the plums.
SHE THE EXTIU0D1NAKY BARGAINS IN DRESS GOODS.
ft In. Nadu Houlleall wool at H5c, worth l.'tt
3fi " Kuglifh i:Hbmor at HV. worth .1 c
44 a I wool Caxhmure Koiille at 7Sc. worth 1
HO i'li'cen Kancy 1'rliitb at &c. Xew Htylui.
SEE OUR GHKAT BARGAINS' IN BLACK CASHMERES.
OltASl) HUMOAY 11 ANDKEKCI1IEF DISPLAY.
Z, Do.5. Ladies all Liutm llilkf. Hemmed 5c.
i"nii. IJeata all Lliifi Hdkfif. Hum tied 10c
n.ll I u.tlf. Hill ll.llifa .1 !. an.l 1 ,
(ionti Silk Udkfs. 4", V, 5,TV and tl.on,
Endless Variety of Funcy Hemstitched Hdkfs. in Solid Colors. Fancy Bordered Em
broidered for La lies, Gents and Children for Holiday Presents.
100 Doz. French Lawn Embroidered Hdkfs. at 10 and 12 VjC.
eo Our Grand Ifolidav Display of Fanov Goods, Tovh,
Dolls, Toilet Articlo.s, Albums, Panetrie, Comb
and Brush cases. Japanese Ware, Vases,
.Flower Pots, Fancy IBoxe.
Perfumes in fancy boxes. New lines Ladies and Childrens Cloaks
XIIDtn 3l fill lllnm wnt Ims than nrirmi
v,, ... , , . w-- -
Children's Fine Shoes just received and will
1C0 Do. New Kid Ulovo Jnot opened.
7 Uooklteal Knl all color '.S wrrard,
dob uur ueiim am at ii .o warruuiuu
ft ln o ttunta tr t It.. fi-ri n i ni. ' Pi .uti.r " t
...u v w -...v. w
ever shown in Cairo. D not fail o attend
... . .. . i i i i; ... 1 1 1
uioniwiuc nwnne bh'iu mi iwiiuiciu iiiu.
wheel encircled by a belt four feet wide
and 320 feet long. A railroad track tuns
into the elevator aud on two sides of k.
The Ilalliday Bros, alio do a large coal
and salt trade Bud aro th owners of the
coal and salt works of St, Johns, 111,
SOL SMITH RUSSELL.
Old Cairoites will remember, when in
18(52 a shock headed boy, intelligent, hon
est and unsophisticated, came t this city,
and in addition to iloing odd j ibs about
town became attached to the Old Defiance
Theatre, then under the management of
Mary Mc Williams, mother of Miss Katie
Putnam, as a sort of general utility servant
about the place. Having a good voice, and
considerable cheek, he- prevailen upon
the management to permit him to do a
song between the regular acts. He made a
remendous hit singing the battle cry of
freedom upon his first appearance, which
so tueouraged him, that other songs were
added to his reportorie, and soon be be
came a regular salaried employe of the
theatre. Afterwards shaking the dust of
the Egyptian capital from his feet, he wan
dered farther into the world, and all at onco
from this humble beginning sprung into
the theatrical firnriuieiit a utar of the first
magnitude, and to day the name of Sol
Smith Russeli is known to all men through
out the width and breadth of the land,
and has amassed a fortune estimated at a
half mill ion of dollars, liu afterwards
married into tho celebrated Burger family,
and for several years was an importaut
factor in the company.
Mr. Russell's lirtt wife was a Miss Bur
ger who died not long after marriage. He
afterwards married the daughter of Oliver
Ditscn, the well-kuown Boston publisher,
and formed a partnership with bis father-in-law
for publishing a weekly musical
journal in Boston, which partnership and
journal aro still things of to-day.
Cairo is proud of her little shock-headed
protege of twenty years ago, and alio in
tends next Friday night to give him such
a rousing reception as will make his heart
glad aud his purse full.
His new play, "Edgwood Folks," is the
production ofJ.E. Brown, a Boston jour-
nalict, and is a faithful chronicle of tho
doings and sayiugs of actual citizens of
that little out-of-the-way place in New En
gland. Mr. Ruaaull sustaining the leading
role of Tom Dilloway, tho persecuted pas
tor's frieud. Tho Company have just closed
a two weeks' engagement at New Orleans,
and opens Sunday night in St. Lou's.
Tickets havo been placed at 73, 50 and
25c, wdiich iucludes reserved seats. Bu
dor will havo them on salo Monday morning.
Over 250,000 Howe scale have been sold,
and the demand increasing continually.
Bordon, Sellcck & Co,, agents, St. Louis,
Notices la this column tb mo Hues or bus 2ft cents
one Insertion or $1.00 pi r week,
FOR RENT. Ono new ilvo room cnttaito, ou
Cutitor street near liluh school, Apply to
J. MARTI N ,
FOH HALE. Datber's chatm, wath stands, ta
bles Ac. CONRAD ALU A, SlUh street
Elegant Satin Brocade at SOc. to tic. worth 75c.
Urge Due of Fancy Drena Goods at .x, 15 and
60C worth 15 1 2ic.
'.'5 Doi; Ladies Hemstitched Hdkfi. 10. 1":
soind vc. '
Chllds Kmcy Hdkfs. 2y i, 5, and 10c.
iif Jtft lava mm V. l; ..c r . .
Aiow nuu'B in i.&OIHa BOO
be Hold at popular prices.
J 5 Ifook Foa'er Pate nt euly 11 (amiitd
Maiqu.tar Kid aud Cbamoli 7iC 11.00 SI
. tnj J 150,
ur.fnut un.l a v, -1 1 .
- i'oi wij-j a u j hi i uj j u t t e une oi uosierv
Our Grand Holiday Sale at tho busiect and
CM AS. K. STUART.
LJll HtLK.-V ShonlDKer Tarlor Orean-5 oc
tae, 7 itops-ln perfwt order. Will be old at
'.,r?il, cUoaor addren care of TrlbuD?.
nOR jm'T.-rornlahed rooms. Ey.nU St.
L and Washtnirion avewe. MRS. KAKHALL.
pORHALB.--niank. Chatta! Moruagea, Special
f v r"'ii " Warranty llefd. at tfaa Bulletin
Job offlce 78 Ohio Levee
FRIDAY DECEMBER 1, 1881.
A.N EVENINU OP 118AHTV LAUGHTER.
Apprarinceof hc Diotiuitmibtd Comcdiau
SOL SMITH KUSSRLL
Iu J. E Urowa's Succecefal Comedy,
11 EDGE WOOD FOLKS."
Tom Dilloway - SOL SMITH RUSSELL
Iu which Character be vr;ll Introduce bis Famous
SONGS, BPKfMALTIES AXI)
Tho Supporting Conipanv ha been selected
from the Front Hank of the Dramatic i'rotcsalon.
Greetwl Everywhere with Screams of
A A mtimtftn 1VM1 Anrt 7?p KmIi Pin hu nrnmrl
at Bndiir's Jewttlry store. Jto'eryed without extra
rnSlMi. lir.KUKK, Manigtr.
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
Tuesday, November 28th.
The Electric Success,
Mr. HARTLEY CA3IPBELL'S
Kimotis aud most Powerful American Drama, In
Foar Acts en titled
The play which madeths fame of Its author In a
uli(tit.-Now Yotk Uerald.
w lih the Superb Star Company with which, whor
ever presontcd, It bos achieved
A OK AND TltlUMI'It.
WALTKK LENNOX, Jh., Mlln',S"rg
Ito'or vml Boats on sale at Utidor's Jewelry Store
Prices 2ft, M and 75 cents,
DELTA BALL J
The Eleventh Annual! Ball ol the
DELTA CITY F1REC0.
Will ho hold st, their Kn)no llpuso, cor
ner I8th8t. and Commercial ivo,
Thursday Evening, .
Noyembw autn, TO.
UrMuslo by Prof. Utorur's Orchestra,