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TflE DAILY OAIHO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING,, NOVEMRER 28, ,1S2.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
oflClC: NO. 78 OHIO LEVEE.
KNTKHED AT THE CAIRO rOBTOFFICK FOR
rUANSHliNION THHOUQU TUB MAILS AT IKC
UNO CLASS BATES.
OFlOiAL PAPKHUF OJTY AND COUNT
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Mt.., in thi rnijmn. eietit cents per Una for
.nri tirm i-.nii nnr has each subsequent llHOf'
;ii.n. For ons wwk, 80 cents pur line. or cue
tiiootb, fiO cents par line.
60c. per Can,
Extra Selects, at De Bavin's.
Finoct lot of window curtains in tho
city at Jeff. Clark'n. tf
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youtu, nervous weak
rues, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will cpre you, fhee
ok chahqk. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
Bend a sell-addressed envelope to the Rev.
Joseph T. Isman, Station 1)., New York
Go to Jeff. Clark's for fancy window
shades and everything pertaining thcreio.tf
GOOD READING FOR THOUGHTFUL
SHOULD BE CAHKFCLLY HEAD THAT COBUECT
CONCLUSIONS MAT BE AKIUVED AT.
PAL'L Q. BCni'H,
Deau Sir: Recognizing the fact that
there is to a certain extent, a mutual depen
dency existing between the protesbions of
pharmacy and medicine, and feeling that a
better understanding of the fuuctiou and
duties of the two profession should be re
cognized and adhered to, we, of the medi
cal profession of Cairo, object to the fre
quent habit of druggists of this city, of
diagnosing diseases and prescribing medi
cines, for the following reasons :
First. The science of pharmacy does
not include a knowledge of the science of
Second. You are violating tho medical
practice act, by so doing, and robbing the
physicians of their lcgetimate business.
Third. You are practising deception
upon the sick; therefore we ask you to ad
here to the law governing the practice of
Another grievance to which we respect
fully ask your attention, is tho matter of
refilling prescriptions without authority ol
the physicians who have writen them. The
above practice is injurious to both patient
and physicians; the patient often suflering
irom the effects of improper medicine, and
the physician because he is practically
held responsible for tho action of tho niudi
cine he did not prescribe.
AainvehJ(J jtlmt the original owner
the same, ds soon as it is once filled and
placed on file, and that he has no right to
demand that it be taken from tho tile and
be refilled, exc -pt by the order of the pre
scribing physicians. Wc therefore ask
you to discontinue tho practice.
After due deliberation, wh the under
signed members of the ".Medical Associa
tion of Ciiro" have resolved not to patron
ize directly or indirectly any druggist,
who Bhall after this date, be known to pre
scribe for any one requiring tho services of
a physician, or who shall refill or duplicate
prescriptions without the written or verbal
authority of the physician. Rep'Cttullv,
W. R.Sm th, Prpsf". J. C.Scllivanv V. V.
G. G. Parker, Sec'y. J. J. Gordon. J. II.
Bryant. C. W. Dcnsiso. I). H.Parker.
J. S. Hetiue.
Although the above resolutions speak for
themselves, and although any unprejudiced
person can readily read between the lines
the real motives prompting the Cairo Med ical
Association to issue such a proclama
tion, I feel like making a few remarks:
I, for my part, do not know that I have
been deceiving the public during the last
19 years past and do not intend to decoive
it now, on tho contary, I will try, in the
futuro, as I have in the past, to mind my
own business and attend to the wants of
my p-itrons to tho best of my ability. I
am neither u rami no nor bcyinu any one's
putronage, but my aim is to pleaso each
and every one, who kindly favors me with
tbeir calls. Respectfully,
Paul O. Schuii.
in market at De Baud's 50 Ohio levee.
i OOOh IP1TA1TRJVNT.
If you want a good meal call at Sehoen
meyer's Restaurant cor. 10th st. and Wash
ington Ave. Only 25 cents for a regular
meal, and day boarders will find the best
accomodation ou reasonable terms.
A Fine Barber .Shop.
Wui. Alba, on Commercial avenue, has
the most extensive and as fine an equipped
barber shop as can bo found in any city.
His employes are m intern in the trade,
whose razors are always smooth and keen.
II is establishment is lurgo enough to
meet any demand upon it without any tire
some waiting; and Irs patrons go awsy
pleased with him themselves and his work.
Give him a trial.
go to Dellaun's, CO Ohio levee.
New Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Power on Tenth Blreet. All
manner of bUckiiu tliing and wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work done promptly. tf
at Dellaun's, 00 Ohio levco.
Out of the fire, cor. of 8th and Levee, my
icehouse and office is at present M the
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, So.
tween Utli and 9th streets. Orders will bo
filled same as usual, both wholesale and
reUll. Wagons supply regularly every day,
Oiund Opera Restaurant opposite
Opera Home up stairs, Back entrauco on
7ih street. Oysters in every style. 11-26 tf
Prof. Mason's regular dancing class meets
each Wednesday, at four and seven o'clock
p. m. Saturday's two and seven p. in. in
the New Reform Hall. Arrangements will
bo made at any time for now classes, and
50c. per Can,
Extra Selects, at DolJ tun's.
Lilies Rntaurant onoosito Opera
House. Gus Bitto proprietor, 11-20 tf
Receipt books, Cairo date lino, pcrfora
ed stub, suited to any business, manufaC'
rurod and for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
Old Machinery Casting Wanted
at Hennie's new foundry for which th
highest prices will be paid in cash.
Call at No. 98 Ohio Levee.
tf - John T. Rennik.
Window shades and fixtures at Jefl
For Oysters in any style go tho Grand
Opera Restaurant hntrances on commer
cial and 7th street. 11-20 tf
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In these commns, ton cents per line,
d martini) nuil whether marKea or nai, n can:u-
lntud to Coward any man's businoH Interest aro
1 way paid for.
The Masons had a special meeting last
Services were well attended in the
Hon. W. A. Sp'inn was a guest at
Tho llalliday yesterday.
Thursday is turkey day "thanksgiv
ing-day" some people call it.
The Dublin police claim to be on the
track of Lord Cavendish's assassins.
Union services are to be held Thurs
day morning in tho Methodist church.
Tiie several important representatives
of the Singer company are expected to ar
Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Hughes, are enjoying
a vi Jit from the latter's nephew, Mr. Charles
Blelock, of St. Louis.
Schoolchildren will find Tui! Bulle
tin scratch -books Nos. 2 and 3 for sale at
Pliil Saup's candy store. tf
Frauk James was up for preliminary
examination at Jeffersonville, Mo., yester
day. Ho pleaded "dot guilty."
Kx-R.v. IT. T H)ffman, of Blooming
ton, recntly expelled from the Methodist
church, will not appcnl his case to tho jud
Our iivrchants are all makintr.eDl eu
(iiu displays oi their hew goods in their
show windows. Some of these windows
exhibit much study and artistic tUHto jn
their arrangement. j
Magistrate 'Comings had nine of the
black female inhabitants of the lower end of
town before him yesterday, all charged
with various kinds of disorderly conduct.
They were fined iu sums ranging from hve
to ten dollars each.
Mr. Joseph Farnbaker, of Miutana
Territory, who was raised in this city but
has beeii away for a number of years, was
expected to arrive early, this morning and
probably did. He is a son of Mr. I. Farn
baker and came on a visit.
A hunting party from Vincennes con
sisting of Messrs. Wra. McAndrew, L. A.
Wise, Perry Tindolph, W. K, Dtvis and
Theodoro Agnew, came down yesterday
and stopped ut Tho llalliday. They are
bound for some distance down the river.
Sullivan, the slugger, has fiually killed
a fool who attempted to win $1,000 by
standing up for a fljht of four rounds with
the champion. About three hundred per
sons witnessed tho murder, which occurred
at a variety theatre in Washington several
days ago. Tho authorities everywhere
ought to put a stop to theso brutal and de
The loss caused by the fire at Colum
bus, Ky., Saturday eveuing, was about two
thousand dollars. What wa9 not destroyed
by fire was pulled down in order to pre
vent the spread oi the flames, uno hum
named Frank Wilder, who was on top of
one of the buildings throwing buckets of
water on the flames, fell to tho ground and
was badly hurt. Tho transfer-boats lent'
effective assistance in the end in putting
out the fire.
Tho My Partner combination will en
tertain our people at tho Opera House to
night, and wo have the assurance of tho
Memphis papers, where it played Monday
and Saturday, that it is a better party than
the Aldrich and Parsloo troupe which played
here last winter, ami especially Juo.
Thompson as Joo Saunders, appear to bet
ter Hdvantiigo than does Aldrich in tho
Banie role. Every one should go and bo cn
tertuincd. Tickets at Bilder's included re
served t-eats, 7o, 50 and 25c.
A dispatch from New Orleans dated
21(b, says: The Tunes-Democrat's Port
Eads special says tho congressional com
mittee went to tho jetties this morning.
Capt. CowJen, chart iu hand, explained to
tho committee his plan ol outlet, and showod
some temper when questioned. Robinsou,
Thomas, Hitchcock, Carlisu and Ellis may
be put down a opposed U tho outlet
cheine. Judge itolman frequently said he
was iu favor of levees as a national necessi
ty. Capts. Leathers and Cowdou urged thoir
claims with much fooling. - Capt. II. II.
Heur, United States Engineer, with charts
and documents, explained ,thc action of)
of tho current iu tho jetties. No doubt is
felt but what a majority report will be
made favoring tho levno system. Tho com
mittee at 'dinner said they were plodgod to
no theory; they wanted only facts. Sound
ings at the outer edgo of the jetties
showod at the least depth twenty-eight
feet; greatest depth, sixty-four feet 11 vo
inches. Cross-section sounding at the outer
ond of tho jetties showed at tho greatest
depth thirty-feet five inches; opposite red
light, greatest depth thirty-seven feet.
Aspeciul census bullotiu just issued,
shows that in tho United States there aro
4,023,451 persons of ten years upward who
are unable to read, and 0,239,058 who are
unable to write. Of the number of persons
returned as unable to write, 8,019,080 aro
white; native whites unablo to write,
2,225,480; colored persons 10 yearsof age
and upward unable to write, 3,220,878, or
70 pir cout of the population. Illiteracy is
confined principally to the southern states.
The street railway company is having
neat little pamphlet printed, containing a
time-table which is hereafter to govern the
running of the cars on tho street railway.
Theso tables aro handy to carry in the
pocket and will be distributed among tho
people. When these tables go into effect, a
car will pass any given point on the line,
going either up or down, every ten min
utes, and only twenty minu'es will elapse
between the arrival and departure of
two cars going the same way. lhe
pamphlets will be ready for circulation in
about a week.
About half-past five o'clock yesterday
evening a lamp suspended in tnc nan oi
tho boarding homo of Mrs. Stites, on Sev
enth street, became disordered; tho flame
reached tho oil in some way and there was .
imminent danger of n exptosion. Mrs.
Stitea discovered the disorder before this !
occurred, however, and attempted
to quench tho tire by throwing a cloth over
it, but did not succeed. Attempts to re
move itcau ed the lamp to fall to the floor
and burst, the burning oil spreading over
the floor of tho hall. Mr. Flowers who
happened caine in about this time qmckly
got some blankets and succeeded in
smothering tho flames. The heroic be
havior of the ladies of the house, in that
they proceeded with much deliberation to
assist in putting out the flames instead of
throwing open the doors and windows and
yelling everything but tiro deserves men
tion. At a meeting of the school board of
this city several days ago, it was decided
to ease the great pressure for room which
has existed for some time in some of the
..a of h public ecliools of the city by
engaging an additional room somewhere
near the public schools, iu which to place
some of the smaller children of the over
crowded rooms. The additional room loin
' Cl1 "'"H'ed in a building nmvi.iio rim K ; . r i ,
school, jit... . , St . . .
n this room w . .
. , . 11 w convenient, well
tfd DAniii f
tha littl4 flfhnhlrtl
mom of Mimi(4 Sherman! anil ?CIv
be placed, in charge of anew teacher, ani
thus fie scholars in charge of these
ladies will bos reduced to a number that
can be more easily nanaiea uy mem.
Three new teachers are to be engaged:
one for this new room, one to take the
place of Miss Mary McEwen'a successor
who cam') to stay only temporarily, and
one assistant iu another room.
About thirty of our popular young peo-
met at the office of Dr. W. C. Jocelyn, on
Eighth street, last night, for the purpose of
organizing a singing club, An interesting
liscussion of subjects connected with the or
ganization was participated in by many
present, and among the first things done
was the adoption of a name. Several were
suggested as appropriate and "The Bells of
Carnival" was finally adopted as tho favor
ite and uiost appropriate one. An execu
tive, or "general utility" committae, it may
bo called, was appointed, consisting of
Misses Emma James, Mollio Rily and Mol
lis Webb, whose duties will bo
to assume control of all
mallei puUining to tho present and fu
ture of the organization. Among the im
portant resolutions adopted was one to send
to St. Louis for books to bo used by tho
club. The aim is improvement iu vocal
ami instrumental music, but it ia likely that
at some time not in tho far distant future
the public will be treated to some splendid
entertainment. Those composing tho club
now comprise sotno of the best muucal
talent in the cily of both sexes, uud it is ex
pected that tho organization will grow
steadily, Regular meetings are to bo held
when a thorough organization shall havo
There is nothing very strango con
nected with tho suicide of tho Chinamen in
the river at the coal-fleet below the city
last Saturday, an account of tho finding of
whose body appears elsewhere in this issue,
but not so with referenco to the case of tho
Chinaman who was referred to in Sun
day's Bulletin, There were evidently
two Chinamen one who was caught in a
desperate effort to boat his brains out with
a hammer, but who being prevented, jump
ed into the river, was recovered, died noon
after, was sat upon by a coroner's jury, and
that was all. TIih other was simply found
dead in tho water and was buriod at the
county's oxpouso after having been
diagnosed by a cwouor'i 'jury.
In the latter case all seems clear
enough, but there appears to bo an
unfathomable mystery connected with tho
strango tragedy enacted on the coal fleet
below the city last Saturday evening
Strango rumors aro afloat. It is known
that another Chinaman came ashore from
a steamer lying at our wharf ; he was in com
pany with a member of that mysterious or
ganization known as the "Frosty Twenty,"
which was a suspicious circumstance; after
wards, if tho account is true, lie committod
suicldo by drowning; an inquest isheld, a
verdict of "death by voluntary drowning"
rendered, and that is all. No undertaker,
no coffin, no funeral, no grave, no little
mound telling of the presence there of
what was once a human being, no nothing,
Strangest of all not even a body the
body of the unfortunate, unsuspecting Chi
naman was spirited away, is nowhere to bo
found, and there is where tho mystery lies
What did the coroner do with the remains
of the man? The county overseer of the
poor, to whom such cases aro usually as
signed for final disposition, knows nothing
of the body, was told uothing at all of its
discovery or of the coroner's inquest. All
these things naturally arouse grave suspi
cions iu the minds of men who can put this
and that together and draw conclusions
The conclusion to which such persona are
forced is that there has been foul play here,
in which men of high social standing are
implicated. Heretofore, the fact that these
men were members of that Btrange organi
zation known as the "Frosty Twenty" did
not operate to arouse distrust against them
in the minds of those with whom they
came iu daily contact; but now,
a mau may as well hope to inspire confi
dence by acknowledging that he is a Pu
laski county Republican, or a special river
comuutteo correspondent of the Chicago
Tribune, as to think of
by acknowledging Ins
with "I he irosty Twenty." lhatiu case
of crime such at has evidently been com
uiiucu null-, eusjntiuii Biixijo ii-ais uuiuiauj
first upon thojo who are known to have
associated with the victim immediately
prior to his death, does not admit of doubt,
is a well-established rule of de
ttctivo procedure. And when this rule is
applied in this case, we cannot avoid the
exclusion that "The Frosty Twenty" are
the guilty parties; are responsible, not only
for tbc death, but for the disappearance ol
the tody of the poor celestial. One of the
members of this organization, the tecretary,
in an unguarded moment, perhap, admitted
that the man came ashore; that he was
taken in charge by another member of the
organization, the "August Master of Sacri
fice," he is styled we understand, and by
him introduced to the other members of
the gang, who taunted the poor victim be
cause of his general appearance. Several of
them smacked their lips, patted and
stroked their stomachs as though anticipa
ting a rich feast, and expressed admiration
of his good physical condition-all of which
was certainly significant, as giving some
clue to the manner in which the remains of
the poor fellow were disposed of. The
secretary admitted all this; he also de
scribed the msnner of th man's death
. ' A that an inquest held auu
the rcmuns tuiucu u.w iu iUo proper au
thorities for burial. Ttiese ad missions 'or
tho secretary, taken in connection with
the known other circumstances attending
the man's last few hours of life, are suffi
cient to cast a black cloud of suspicion
over every member of "lhe Frosty
Twenty." All things taken together ioice
the conclusion upou us that "The Frosty
Tweiity" is an organization of man-caters
canibals who have herotofore been
obtaining their victims with
out arousing the suspicion of outsiders.
Iu no other way can we account for
the sleekness of the secretary, who
always gets tho lion's share, probably;
the robustness of the president and the other
members, but with one or two
exceptions, who are doubtless
the ones that sutler by rea
son of tho voracity of the gentle (?) "lion."
In no other way can thesuspi ious circum
stances surrounding this whole case bo ex
plained. Guided by all the circumstances,
we venture to formally charge now, that,
made bold by thou long success in kidnap
ping their victims under the cover of night,
the officers of thisorganization,to whom thip
part of the interesting ceremony has been
usually entrusted, i.ndcrtook to capturo an
unwary stranger in broad day-light. They
captured him, exhibited him to the gang
who "winked" their approval, then con
fronted him with the mau of the evil spir
it, the "Sorcerer," who bewitched him that
ho might take- violent moans to
end h s lifo in order to
mislead the public. Tho body of this Chi
naman was not recovered, and was not Bat
upon by tho coronor, and was not buried.
That was all a fabrication, originating
in tho fertile brain of the sleek secre
tary mid repeated by tho other members of
the organization, in order to delude auy
who might have suen tho victim while un
der the inlluonco of the sorcerer plunge
himself into the raging stream, and
prevent them from instituting further
and troublesome search for the body. In
tho dead of the night several of the organi
zation wont forth with drag-hooks and
skiffs, fished up tho body and carried it in
triumph to the "holy of holies" of "The
Frosty Twenties"; thero It was prepared
with all the solemn creinony demanded by
such an occasion and then all sat down to
the ghastly feast and made morry over it.
This is the wholo horrible story as suggostod
to us by the circumstances and hurriodly
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written down; we feel certain that an in
vestigation such as wo shall immediately
institute will verify it word for word.
There seems to bo a strong disposition
among a few people hereto be prejudiced
against any theatrical troupe that may bo
advertised to play here, every member of
which has not been here before and ia per
sonally known. If a troupe comes here
and plays a good piece well, it is highly
applauded ; if it comes hero again with one
or two changes iu its membership and at
tempts to produce the same play, itis forth
with put down as a "snide" troupe, until it
proves itself to be otherwise, tho presump
tion evidently being that only those who
played the piece before can play it well,
and all others who attempt it are
novices. This has been the
course pursued by a few
of the theatre goers here concerning the
"My Partner" company, which performs at
the Opera House to-night, and which is
thus being unjustly criticised. .That there
has been a change in the company niiice
its former appearance here is true, but this
has been with reference to but two persons,
and their places have been supplied by
actors who are fully equal, if not superior
to their predecessors. Mr. Geo, W.Thomp
son, who has taken tho place of Mr. Aid
rich, is acknowledged to bo one of tho
bright stars of tho stage, and the whole
troupe as now composed is pronounced by
tho pre-s where it has performed, notably
the Appeal, of Memphis, w here the troupe
performed Saturday last, as in many im
portant respects far superior to the former
organization. L oon such authority we feel
safe in predicting that those who attend
the performance to night will be well
The My Partner Combination havo just
closed a very successful engagement of
three nights in Memphis, and will be here
on time to open at the Opera House, The
fact that Parsloo an 1 Aldrich are not with
this company, should not eame the belief
that this is any way inferior to the troupe
which appeared here in February. The
fact is, that with tho exception of the Chi
naman, this troupe is by far the best of the
two, Thompson sustaining the character of
Joo Saunders to better advantage thau (lid
Aldrich. The following is from the Mem
phis Exchange of Saturday :
"My Partner" was played 'las:
night to a good house, wnicn
was a fashionable House ioo, ior
many of the elite of the city were present.
It is one of tho strongest, if not the strong
est, emotional dramas on tho stage, and wo
doubt it Birtley Campbell has ever done
anytbinsr better. I he story is oi tnriwing
interest, and tbe points well made. The
actors are all good, and each performed his
part bo well that we do not feel like dis-
.'.aahng; so you may read over tne
self as you do so, at" WeY Bn'J "X t0 your"
to, "this one acted well his part.1'"0" corae
The finding of the body of a drowned
man in tho river below the city Saturday
afternoon has been made the subject of
several different stories, but the true one is
as follows: About two o'clock Saturday
afternoon, Mr. Daniel Callahan and bis
partner, who have chrge of the coal fleet,
coming down the river bank, found a pair
of shoes standing close to the water's edge
on the shore, about midway of the floet;
near by they found a knit cap, nnd a few
stepB further along they saw what they sup
posed to be a coat floating iu the water not
ten feen from tbe shore. They suspected
that there might "be a man in the coat;"
they got in a skiff to investigate tho matter,
and found their suspicious correct there
was a man in tho coat, and they fastened
him and notified the coroner.
Coroner Fitzgerald summond a jury
consisting of Messrs. Geo. W. Hen
dricks, Patrick Corcoran, Ed. II.
White, II. W. BoHtwick, F. W.
Koehler and Fritz. Scheeler. The jury
brought the body forth from the water and
"sat uphn it." Mr. Corcoran, one of the
jurymen, had seen deceased in tho lower
portion of the city ut 11 :30 o'clock before
noon, Saturday, and another man working
in the yards of tho Wabash road had seen
him going towards tho coal fleets at 1 :30
o'clock, Saturday afternoon. An investi
gation revealed tho fact that bright red
blood was oozing from a slight scratch
made on tho forehead in dragging the
body out of the water. Ho woro several
pairs of pants and several coats; his faco
was not swollen much, but w as badly pock
marked. That he had been iu the water
but a few hours not. over three was evi
dent from tho general appearance of the
body and faco and eyes, and from the fact
that blood was flowing from tho slight
wound in his head. That ho was
a Chinaman was evidout from the fact that
hiB shoes which ho had left on shoro were
of the kind usually worn by Clnncso:
wooden soles, cloth uppers; that ho woro
tho usual cue snugly coiled up on tho back
of his head, and that he had n number of
Chinoso charms and coins and cords with
Chinese names in his pockets. Among the
former was a string of keys, coins aud a po-lico-whlstlo,
and among the latter was one
card with the name "Lee Shing Wuoug,
No. 300 North 11 street, St. Louisi Mo."f
upon it; another marked simply, "Lee
Wuong"; another, "Quong Loong, Lung &
Co., No. 152 Charles street, New Orleans";
another, "Houng Shing, 400 North 7th
street, St. Louis," and there were several
printed bill-heads of "Sam Wah, Market
street, bet. 2d nnd 3rd., who did washing
up in stylo.
The jury foun4 a vorcMct of
"death by drowning or other cause
unknown" and then turned the corpse over
to the county overseer of the poor who
had it interred at the seven-mile grave
PEorLK who cannot spend the season of
winds and cold rains In sunny Florida
Bhould keep Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup in the
house. It is tbe best remedy for Colds and
Coughs and will relieve sufferers at once.
Hans Hormanson, 103 Indiana st., Chica
go, says: "I have used Brown's Iron Bitters
for neuralgia, and it has effected a perfect
Over 250,000 Howe scale have been sold,
ond the demand increasing continually.
Borden, Sclleck & Co., agents, St. Louis,
Being entirely vegetable, no particular
care is required while using Dr. Iierce's
"Pleasant Purgative Pellets." They oper
ate without disturbance to the constitution.
diet, or occupation. For sick headache,
constipation, impure blood, dizziness, Bour
eructations from the stomach, bad taste in
mouth, bilious attacks, pain in region of
kidney, internal fever, bloated feeling
about stomach, rush of blood to head, take
Dr. Pierce's "Pellets." By druggists. .
Notice In thli column three llnut or lea 2S cents
one Insertion or $1.00 prr week.
j'Oa KENT -One new lire room cottage, on
Center itreet uer hlh school. AppW u
J. MAKTI v.
FOR MALK.-Brbr' chlr, weh utanan. ta
ble Ac. t'OXKAD ALBA, Sixth street
IC'iK HLK. A Phonlneer Parlor rgn-J oc
tare. ? trina In ttprfirt nrrlnr UM1 Km ntH .
a nankin. Call on or addrfM eare of Tribune,
OK RINT. Forntbed room. Eleyentn St.
1 and Washington arenne. .MKS. FAKltALL.
FOR SALE. Blanks. Chattal Morgans, Special
Warranty and Warranty Di-sMn at rim Hui:tin
Job office 7S Ohio Lsvee.
FfilDAY DECEMBER 1, 1381.
AN" EVENING OF HEARTY LAUGHTEK.
Appearance of he Dlatinirvished Comediau
SOL SMITH RUSSELL
owii'9 Snccefil Comedy,
11 EDGEW0QD FOLKS. "
Tom DiUowsy - SOL SMITH RUSSELL
In which Character he will Introdnce Lis Famous
HONGS. SPECIALTIES ANI
The Siinporilng Company has been selected
from tbe Front Rank of tbe Dramatic Profession.
Greeted Everywhere with Screams of
Admission A 50 and 7Sc Scats can he' secured
at Buder's juwniry store. Jto'erred withont eitra
FREDG. BKRGEH. Manager.
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
Tuesday, November 28th.
Tho Electric Success,
Mr. BARTLEY CAMPBELL'S
Famous and most 1'oworful Amcrlcuu Pram, In
Four Acts entitled
Tun play which made the fame of Its author In a
Dltfbt. Ilow Vork Herald.
With the Superb Star Company with which, wuur
over presented. It hos nrhlevud
A OUAND TIUUMPII.
W. II BROWN, Ufanagurs
WALTER LENNOX, J., fM,""W"
HoKorved Scats on sale at Uudor's Juwclry Store
Prices 25, SO and 75 cents,
DELTA BALL !
Tho KleTtmth Anntiall Ball of tbo
DELTA CITY F1REC0.
Will be bold st their Engine Moose, cor
ner JSthtit. andOommurclul eve.
Thursday Evening, . -
tgrjluslo by Prof. Storsr's Orchestra.