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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY 31UKNI1NU, UhV&mwu. a, i.-aa.
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rVlUiAL PAl'KK UP CITY ANDCOCNTl
SPEIUAL LQIJAL ITEMS.
Notices In ttimcolamu, eigut cunu per lino for
arritandnva ceuta per lin etcn eiinsequeiii iusr
tou. Kur on wuvk, SO cent! perlluo. t or one
iioi)1b. (X) cents pur Uno.
50c per Can,
Extra Selects, at DeBaun's.
Finest lot of window curtains in the
city at Jeff. Clark's. tf
To all who are suffering from the errors
and in discretions of youth, nervous weak
ih-i-s, narly decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will cce you, fkhk
of chahok. This great remedy was
discovered Dy a minister in South America,
fend a sell-addressed envelope to the Rev.
Joseph T. IsmaK, Station D., New York
Go to Jeff. Clark's for fancy window
shades and everything pert lining theruto.tt
HOOD READING FOR THOUGHTFUL
fcllOULU IlE CAUfcKl'LLY HEAD THAT COHUKCT
COSCLCS10SS MAY BE AKHIVED AT.
1'aUL a. soiiua, .
Deui Sik : Itccogniziug the fact that
there is to a certain extent, a mutual depen-
duncy existing between the prulessions of
pharmacy and medicine, aud feeliui; that a
better understanding of the functiou and
duties of Uio two profession should be re
cognized aud adhered to, wc, of the medi
cal profession of Cairo, object to the fre
quent habit of druggists ol thi city, of
diagnosing diseases aud 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 the medical
practice act, by so doing, aDd robbing the
physicims of their legetimatu buiuesn.
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 wu respect
fully ask your attention, is the matter of
refilling prescriptions without authority ot
the physicians who have writen them. The
above practice is injurious to both patient
and physician; tho patient often suflerinu
trom the effects of improper medicine, and
the physician because he is practically
held responsible for the action of tho medi
cine he did not prescribe.
Again we hold that tho original owner
of the prescription loses his ownership in
the Biiine, us soon as it is once filled und
placed on tile, and that lie has no riirht to
demand that it be taken from the file and
be refilled, except by the order of tho pro
scribing physicians. We therefore ask
you to discontinue the practice.
After due deliberation, we the under
signed numbers of the "Medical Associa
tion of C-iiro'' have resolved not to patron
ize directly or indirectly, any druggist,
who shall after this date, bo known to pre
scribe for any ono requiring the services of
a physician, or who shall refill or duplicate
prescriptions without the written or verbal
authority of the physician. Respectfully,
W. R. Sm in, Presr. J. C.Scluva.n, V. P.
G. G. Pakkkr, Sfx-'y. J. J. Goudos. J. II.
Bkyant. C. W. Dunning. D. II. Tahkek.
J. S. r'KTniF..
To the 1'ubUr:
Although the above iesolutions speak for
themselves, aud although any unprejudiced
person can readily read between tho lines
the real motive prompting the Cairo Med
ical Association to 'issue bucIi 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 tho last
19 years past and do not intend to deceive
it now, on tho contary, I will try, in the
futuiv, as I have in tne past, to mind my
own business and attend to the wants of
my 't ions to the best of my ability. I
am iieiiher jikooinh nor ih'yinu any ono's
patronage, but my aim is to please iwh
mi-1 every one, who kindly favors me with
their call. Respectfully,
Pall (5. Scum.
IV iMi-hod fSti.
Apples, Oranges, Etc.,
in li iiisit to arrive : 1 car Mi higaii apples
(Baldwin's). 2 cars fancy Bell Davis, oO
bids. Const (La.) oranges.
8. E. Wilson.
77 Ohio Levee.
Grand Oi'eka Restaurant opposite
Opera II iuse up st lirs, Back entrance ou
7(h street. Oysters in every style. 11-20 tf
in market at DeBaun's .10 Ohio lovee.
A GOOD RESTAURANT.
If you want a go id meal call at Sehoen
nieyer's Restaurant cor. 10th st. and Wash
ington Ave. Only 25 cents (or a regular
inwal, and day boarders will find the best
accomodation oil reasonable terms.
A hue Burlier Miou,
NVin. Alua, on Cmiii'.rl:il avenue, has
the niobt extensive aud inline an equipped
barber shop ai cm be f.iund in any city.
His employes are master in the trade,
whose, razors are always smooth and keen.
His establishment is large enough to
meet any demand upon it without any tiro
some wuiting; and lit patrons go away
plumed with him theinsulvea and bis work.
Give him a trial.
go toDcRami'i, SO Ohio levee.
New Blacksmith shop.
A new horse shoeing liop hug been open
ed by Mr. P Powers on Tenth street. All
manner of bWek'tii thing and wagon work
done to order. R jpairin work a specialty.
Work doue promptly. tf
tt !i Bauu's, lit Ohio levee,
Totbe Ladies of Cairo. ,
I call especial attention to my miujk
COMi'LttTE and wull selected stock ot fine
oooni, houirht for cash and now offered
cheap to buyers wanting anything in either
Millinery, Notions or Ladies' Furnishing
Mv stork of Toys ami tverthinp wanted
for Holiday Tuadb is uutturpasaed in the
city, and with competent help ready am;
willing to wait on my cus omers, I am sat
isfied all can save m mey by calling on me
before purchasing elsewhere.
Everything in the M'llinery lines, Hits
especi lly will bo sold kok cost, to make
rom for an immense stock ot Toys and
Call and examine stock and prices and be
convmoed. Mrs. S. Williamson,
All members of the Rough and Ready
fire company are requited to meen at tneir
hall Monday night at 7 :30 o clock, tor the
purpose of electing one member of the
boird of directors. Frank Cherry
Prof. Mason's regular dancing d iss meets
each Wednesd iy, at four and sevon o'clock
p. m. Saturday's two and seven p. in. in
the New Reform 1111. Arrangements will
be made at any time for new classes, and
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured aid for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
ofle. per Can,
Extra Selects, at Delipin's.
Lvlios Ilistvu'int opposite Opera
House. (Jus Ditto proprietor, U-20 tf
Old Machinery Castings Wanted
at Ronnie's uew foundry for which the
highest prices will v paid in cash.
Cull at No. OH Ohio Levee.
tl. John T. Hennie.
Window shad-s and fixtures at Jeft.
Foil Oysters in any stylo go tho Grand
Opera Retauntnt Entrances on Commer
cial and 7th street. 11-26 tf
(rEXEKAL LOCAL ITEMS.
NoMc.01" In thoxe cominim. tun Cflnis per line,
tArh nrt.inri mid whlhr markfld or not, if ralcn
Med to f"Wft-rt nuy in mi's business interest are
Full line of Christmas goods atBuder's
at low figures. tf
Baltimore select raw oysters at Harry
Walker's, at Te. per cm. It
The "W. I. Halliday" cigar, at John
K'iohler's, up town is tile best und most
popular in the city. 2t
Schoolchildren will find Tuk Bulle
tin scratch-books N a, 2 aud 3 tor sale at
Pnil Samp's candy stare. tf
A. Ilally has a few moie of the best
soft coul Base Burners ever brought to
Cairo. Call and see him. Ot
Solid silver and plated ware at St.
Louis prices. Bu Icr. tf
Harry Walker keeps tho Biltiinore
select ojsters, raw, and sells them at 2oc.
per can. It
Still on deck ! We mean John Keohler,
ot course, with the best Cream Beer in the
city, at his plac- of business on Commer
cial aveinc aud Twentieth street. 2t
Genuine French marble clocks, gold
watches and diamonds at Buder's tf
The steamship Cedar Grove went
ashore off Cape Canso, Nova Scotia, Thurs
day morning and was lost with many of
the crew and passengers.
Among 1 hu distinguished iruests at The
HaUidny yesterday was A. E. Buchanon,
the newly appointed superintendent of the
Texas & St. Louis road.
A party of fishing sports went to Lake
Grafton on Tlunksgving Day, and in three
or four hours drew torth ono hundred and
fourteen fine hps aud croppies.
Rev. A. J. Hess will hold services at
the Baptist church this morning aud to
night at the usual hours. Sunday school
at 94 a. m.
A big show will be given at the
Cumique this week. Mr. Harry Walker
Ins taken pains to secure a company of
first-class artists. Go and seo them. It
Ida Clayton, Blanche Allison and Jno,
Itichurdson were each fined ten dollars and
costs yesterday by Magistrate Comings for
wandering about the streets of the city
Into at night.
Mrs. S. Williamson has a fresh un-
notinceiiient in business locals, of interest
to the Indies of Cairo and vincinity. She
is offering goods at cost to make room for
her larpe Christinas stock.
Coin. Gilhoffer has just put in 11 new
suiisagc machine and his patrons can now
obt tin any kind ol'sauKngmk'Hircd, in prime
order, from his shop ou bth and ou Com
mercial near UOtli wheru it will bo kept for
Bale. Hi t
In special locals this morning appears
a notice signed by Hecretary Cherry, of
the Uoiih and Ready lire company, rc
Hiestiiiy all members of said company to
attend a meeting at their li nil to-morrow
nigl t, for tho purpose of electing ono mem
ber of the board uf directors.
John Koehler, at the corner of 20th
street and Commercial avenue, knows bow
to keep a saloon if any body does, and lie
knows that in order to catch the public
eye aud puue he must keep good stock.
Ilia "W. 1 Halliday" cigar and (tin flno
Cream liner ure the "jokers" that tako tho
, riKht boweis every time. Call on htm. 3t
Gut some of thoao fiuo raw oysters,
Bdtimoro selects, from Harry Walker, at
25c. per can. It
IMlroad Gazette: "The St. Louis &
Cairo Company desires to give notico that
Eugene Proctor, an operator temporarily
employed in the Cairo office, absconded
Oct. 17th. having collected freight bills to
the amount of fJ'J. 80, which he failed to
remit. This may be of interests to other
companies, as it is believed that ho will
seek employment elsewhere."
Hector Davenport occupies the pulpit
of tho EnUcopal church this morning and
evening. This morning's service will ho of
unusual int. rest and this evening the Rec
tor will, in compliance with a very urgent
request by many, deliver a lecture on a very
important subject. That those who attend
will be not only entertained but instructed
is a forgone conclusion.
.Mr. John Sproat has made arrange
ments to run his refrigerator cars through
from New Orleans to Cairo, bringing up
fish from the Gulf, oysters in bulk, cms and
in the shells. Parties needing something
nice aud wanting oysters fresh and sweet
can go to his place of business, cor. 12ili
and Ohio levee, and have their oysters
opened fresh fiom tho shell and put in
their buckets, making these choice bivalves
so fresh as eating them out of their own
briny home. Si e advertisement in another
Since the Midison Square Theatre was
established in New Yoik, but three dramas
Imve been presented on its stage, Hazel
Kirke, Esmeralda, The Professor and our
Mrs. Wiuthrop, the latter now holdiug the
boards. Esmeralda enjoyed tho unprece
dented run ol three hundred and fifty con
secutive nights, and the royalty received by
Mrs. Hodgson Burnett and W. II. Gillette,
the author, up to the time the piece was
placed upon the western circuit, auiouut.-d
to a trifle over ten tnousaud dollars, which
is about half what the play will probably
yield at the termination of the season.
Wednesday aud Thursday nights at the
Opera House. Reserved seats at Buder's
jewely store f 1. 00 aud 75c.
Prof. Harkucss, of the United States
transit of Venus commission, requests the
publication of the following: "There are
many persons scattered over the country
who have good telescopes and would be
glad to observe contacts during the coming
transit of Venus if they had any means of
obtaining Washington time. The Western
Union Telegraph company ha3 most gen
erously agreed to givo wi !e distribution to
uoon time signals from the naval obseiv
atory, December 4, 5, 6 ami 7. As this
service will ba wholly gratuitous on the
part of the telegraph company, its officers
reque-t all persons who intend to make ac
curate observations of the transit to im
mediately notify the nearest Western Union
Telegraph office, as the transmission of sig
nals will involve the use of many thousand
miles of wire and the making up of many
special circuits, all. of which must be
planned beforehand. Furnishing these sig
nals fp fof cost to all observers is a con
tribution to science on the partof the West
ern Union company, which will bo appre
ciated by everyone interested in astronomy.
Jouosboro Gazette: "The river com
mission for the improvement of the Missis
sippi river have done a good work opposite
Cape Girardeau. They have put in a "jetty"
willow dyke opposite that city, and the
current of the river has gone over to tho
Missouri shore, m iking a good landing at
the Cape, aud protecting the farms from
overflow in the bottoms on the Illinois
shore. A dyke should be put in at the
mouth of the Muddy, which woul'd eavc
thousands of acres of good laud from over
flow in this county. Wo presume that this
will bo done. With a proper sontinuancu
of these dykes from St. Louis to Cairo, the
money expended will be returned fourfold
to the land owners along the river, and thou
sands of acres ot the richest lands in this
groat valley will eomomuior cultivation."
And, above all other things, it will improve
the navigation of the rivers save million
of dollars yearly in destroyed vessels and
cargoes, cheap freights, etc., etc. Always
heavy on "the improvement of navigation,"
Brother Bunton. That is tho chief aim, the
only legitimate nim, of river improvement
by tho federal government.
A St. Louis drummer committed sui
cide in Paduciili Friday, but the fact was
not. discovered until yesterday. Tho Times
man, who went into a fit of just (?) rage,
aud aiiathamalised the whole people of
Cairo und the ground upon which they
trod, because of a mythical ense of a hi nil
liar kind here, must now, if he would bo
consistent if he believes that the peoplo
of Paduouli are answerable to the wuiio
moral redo by which he ho r.ishly and
foolishly judged Cairo, apply the lash to
those at home in tho same merciless, un
reasoning wav. But we venture the asser
tion that the Times man will do no hucIi a
foolish thing, In judging f tho
sins ol Paducahans ho will
make all due allowance for tho weak
nesses und follies of human nature, (of
which, doubtless, he hits as many as tho
average biped); ho will seek for, perhaps
invent, extenuating circumstances, and
finally acquit the people and tho officer of
Paducuh of all blaniu in tho matter. In
this way he will comu to the very sensible
conclusion that tho responsibility of the
rash act of the drummer rests upon tho
victim's owh self, and that lie, the editor, In
his ranting, swooping criticism of Cairo,
made a very big and a veryugly and a vory
mulish "mooly" cow out of lumsjlf, Sila.
For several days back August Brun
ban been walking about tho city sticking a
little pieco of papor under the uoBes of
those ho met, and motioning them to read it.
The paper said that he was donf and dumb,
NorwegianJ'inila saddle-maker, and asked
the reader to pleaso contribute something
toward tho holder's support. Yesterday
August was arrested and brought beforo
Justico J. II. Rublnaon, charged with vug'
rancy. Tho court : "Are you guilty or not
guilty?" Prisoner: a blank stare, a motion
conveying the idea that he was deaf, but
not a word. The court wroto the question
upon a slip of paper, and the prisoner
wrote the answer, "I am gildy."
Further conversation in the Bame way
lead to an admission on the part of the
prisoner that he could talk Norwegian, but
couldn't hear, and also to suspicion and the
formation of a scheme on tho part of tho
court and officers. Mr. John Johnson, a
Norwegian, doing business on Eighth
6treet, was sent for and he wroto questions
on paper in the Norwegian language and
received verbal answers in reply. But the
prisoner stollidly persisted in playing deaf,
until suddenly he was asked iu German
"Kocnnen sie auch Dutch spreclien?'' He
heard tho question ; was taken by surprise,
and before he could catch himself he replied,
"Ja, ein veni.'." Tho fraud was exposed;
the court assessed a fine of fifty dollars and
costs, and gave the foolish Owgoost one
hour iu which to leave town
Prospects for a continuance of the
building boom now in progress, hero during
every day of favorable weather in winter
and for a fresh start next spring, arc as fa
vorable as the most enthusiastic well-
wishers of Cairo could desire. The houses
now in progress of tuction, numbering
somewhere between a dozen and twenty.
nearly all substantial structures and some of
very them imposing, will engage alarge force
of mechanics all winter; and for spring
there arc plans lor half a dozen big and
little houses already in course ol prepara
tion. Captain Halliday and Mr. Harris
Schulze will put up a pair of fine two story
business houses ou their Couimcrcial-av-enue
lots, uesr to whero Mr. Peter Neff's
two stores have just been put up. The
houses will be similiar to Mr. Neff's
and to Mr. John Gates' aud will fill the
vacant space between these. Another large
brick iTuiincss houses is to be put upon
the vacant lot at the corner of Ohio levee
and Eight street, by Mr. Edwards, of
Springfield, and he will probably bo joined
by the owner of he adjoining lot, who may
also put up a similar building, aud thus a
very substancial improvement will take
the place of what is now an improfitab e
and very unsightly piece of ground. Mr.
Neffwill also, by that time if not sooner,
have decided upon re-erecting the lately
des'oyed buildings on Ohio levee, below
Six'h street; an 1 besides all these impor
tant brick buildings, the usual number of
frame residences will go up in variou
psrti of the city. So, you see, there is every
prospect for u grand building boom in
Cairo next spring a grander one evan
perhaps than is upon us now.
"In love the victor flies from the van
quished j he flies, that wounds he pursues
that dies." That's what Shakspeare wrote
some years ago. Shakspeare, who, in the
words of the naughty, naughty Ingersoll,
"was the greatest inau that every touched
this planet; within whose brain were the
fruits of all thoughts past, the seeds of all
to be," etc., etc. If this be true, Shaks
peare was a "knowin"old codger, and what
he said about love and those who indulged
in that very "dangersomo" sentiment must
liavo been true even then. But it is true
yet. Only yesterday we met a young man
mimed John Henry Kouster or Rousteu,
who had come here from near New Mad
rid, Missouri, in search of a young lady.
The young lady had come out victorious
in a contest at a game in which hearts wero
trumps, (as young ladies often do); had
stabbed John Henry nigh into death und
had then like the heartless little witch
that she was left him to die and to pur
sue, or to pursue and to die, as the case
might be, while she, the victor, strove to
escape from the terrible abyss of matri
mony into which her wounded victim
saught to plunge her. We saught to learn
from John Henry the cause of tho fair
victor's strange action, but ho wouldn't
tell and wo were left to guess that Bilinda
or "Hulda," or whatever her
name was, wouldn't share John Ileury's
lot, because John Henry wouldn't "build a
house on if," or something to that effect.
Tho disconsohito young man said the wed
ding had been si t for to-day, that both
were well off and that ho had not had nuy.
reason to doubt tho constancy of liiti sweet
heart heretofore. The young lady has rela
tives ljving iu or near u Btnall placo called
Columbia, on tho St. Louis it Cairo rail
road, aud tho young man left lor that neigh
borhood last evening.
It is said wo heard it told at the
office of a city official who ought to know
that thero is to bo a partisan contest at tho
next municipal election; tjmt tho Republi
can loaders feel confident of maiiiug bucIi
a contest successful on their sido and do
not seo why thoy should not take a muni
cipal crumb in view of the fact that, at tho
Into elections, several good big itato and
congressional loaves were wrenched from
their grasp, Councilman Wood is spoken
of as tho most probable and most ''avail
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able" candidato for mayor on the
Republican ticket. He has had the
expenenco of many years in active service
in connection with tho affairs of the city;
he has beon mayor beforo and made not a
bad record ; he has ideas of his own about
city affairs and all 'Monnerwettcr" couldn't
change them; he is a stickler after legal
forms legal forms hs he sees them and
if, in his opinion, tiny act of the council
does not comply in every m'nute particular
with the letter and spirit of the charter,
etc., as he uudeistiimls them then said
act must be undone, no matter if in the un
doing the city's just obligations contracted
under tho act must be dishonored and the
corporution counsel's opinion set at naught.
Col. Wood is fho opposition
member of tho city council, the censor
of the whole city government.
He is always honest in his convictions of
right, but also always, or nearly always,
has the misfortune, or the purpose, to see
right and wrong in a direction diametrically
opposite to that in winch the majority of
the council and the city's constituted legal
authority usually see them. But there is time
enough to tell nil about the Col. when he
shall have been nominated that is, it he is
to be. But we are opposed to a pnrty fight
for the municipal offices, ami believe every
interest of the city requires that there
should be a union of hands among the
citizens of Cairo, to secure faithful and
competent public servants, regardless of
their politics; but if the Republican) per
si -t in a political tight, ve are ready to
take up the gauntlet and beat the starch
out of them. We will teach them, as they
have never been taught before, tlint parti
san political tights in municipal elections
in this city are "ausgcspielt."
It is now iu order that the whole dis
agreeable truth in that Chinaman affair be
"given way." Not only have t fie St. Louis
and Chicago papers mid other sunll-fry
sheets made editorial incntiou f It, but the
leading journals of Moiiod city, Paducah,
Jonesboro, etc., have, some uf them, gone
into fierce passion over "the outrage'- as
they terra it and have, pretehe l Cairo an I
her officers and people, sermons which
woul i have done credit to any Pjiritin
crank of olden time. The facts in the
case are just about these: A white tuau got
into a friendly tUtseit with whisky; but he
abused whisky and whisky got him dowu.
He lay on the river bank near the coal
fleet below the city, whore ho was seen by
a jolly fellow who enjoyed huge practical
jokes. The jolly fyllow hastened to the
jeartst telephone station, calUd up number
H, tho court-house, and asked that the
c ironor bo imme li itely S'ltit d wn to sit
upon a dead Chinaman who had just been
picked out of the riv r, into which he had
jumped after having been foiled in an ff-
fort to kill-liimself with a hammer. The
coronor, always prompt in answering a call
for the performance of his official
luties, at once assumed his
traveling garments and a seri
ous air, and proceeded down town, sum
moning the jury as ho went. In du) time
(Dick is always deiibente, and in this case
tho j nirnr-y whs n i i.it'an'), th-i c inner and
tho six jurymen arrived on the spot
whero the ileal Cntnatim sh ul I h ivo
been but was not. Whiskey's victim
had awakened aud gone away, leaving
only the "spot," and upon this the jury
"sat ' with countenances us puzzled and hb
elongated as though they were confronted
by a river of gore, streaming from a thou
sand gapping wounds in as many human
throat. Thus they sat iu silence, gazing
into each other's couiitinanc.es while
from over the larboard side of one of the
coal barges near by flouted the dulcet notes
of that most difficult and beautiful produc
tion of the poet's und composer's fancy,
"sold, sold everywheie; now, wasn't that a
sell," sung a mocking voice that grated
linishly upon the sensitive ears of "tho
mournful seven." But they soon recovered
fiom their mystification and, filled with a
grim deteimination to get even, formulated
the tale which has been going the rounds
of this aud other communities for nearly n
week past. They got even, but upon tho
innocent; and for this they shall seo hades,
the horrid, mean things.
DiKU: son of Mrs. Kobler, Friday evening
at 7 o'clock, aged two years, three months
and 5 days.
Funeral services will be held at tho resi
dence on Nineteenth btreet, west, of Wash
ington avenue at one o'clock this afternoon.
Special train will leave tho foot of Four
teenth street at two o'clock. Friends aro
There will bo services at tho Church of
Redeemer to-day as follows: at 1 o'clock
a. m. Litainy and Holy Eucharist; Sun
day school at 3 o'clock; p.m. even
ing service, at 7:30 o'clock. At
tho evening service the Rector will deliver
a lecture upon tho following subject: "The
two schools of thought in the Church ot
England aud tho Episcopal church of the
United States, commonly known as the
Kigh and tho Low Church Schools of
All aro invitod to attend.
IWMnVo your old things look like new
by using theDiamond Dyes, snd you will
bo happy. Any of tho fashionable colors
tor 10 cents,
Notice" la ItiU coin in 11 ihro linen or Ins -2K ,,
piMt ItENr-Oua n;. fle m d cottar, 00
1 Center timet i.ear b!Kb sclio I Apiov to
J. MAnri .
11-Tim. CUNttl ALBs.BinhstiMt
V ll HaLK. NhonlnKKr I'arlor Orenn 5 or.
T tave. 7 hops-Id perfect ardr Will h , old at
VS."" Call0 0r of TrlbuV.!
Fi,lHwCI,kFuI,'hdroolB El.yemh 81.
i. and Waehinsiun avoaaa. MKS. FAUKALL.
pORBALB...niinki.Chltal Morgneei, Special
WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY,
December 6th fe 7th.
The Nun btlll Shines on the Little llou.-Act T.
Tin: atj ik
Will preinl Its jrof Nn V0r t mere of last
season, tho siqilMta domestic drtma
by Mrs. Fra-.c's Jfoson Barndt ni v:. u. Gil
Into, as prn tei t ts Mt l -on -qnaro
Tht-a'r f ! nil year
If ihcri' Is an piiM hin . ,,f . vo'herplny har-li)fc-
a run rucli s II t I Kirk.- b d t ei I i o rea
son h)r Kumera da s oa.d bot u tb t pity.-. New
York lira hlc
It trca l worthy the Dam 1 1 i!ay New York
I will union' tpdlr rnu 'ii' u a Hi.l Klrke,
and for ucti the sn e ten-.n V k hur.
It l pure inA p 'ht ra. New York 'I Uiune
Tbi-1 of a thor.i uhljr poaltr rt. New York
Mail and Krci
Wbtle era nit of tuc-es 1 1 I th rlrma bel- up
to th t.atura o a iiid simplicity. yUrfc
it la eotlr. Ijr fri" frrm a'l thfttrtrtl artifice or
call- ch-rmt all who w.iiien it New Yo k Turf,
F.eM and Farn.
A BEAUTIFUL DOMESTIC LOVE
.Scene. In North Carol nt ail I'arl. P-odiKed
with t:ecl' sceuery for each act Irom the Madison
AdralMlon 75: an1 sj Oirrrrvo l sea's iDclnded.
Tl ktsonsal atBuder s MUrriny i0 a ra.
TEW FHH AND OYSTER DEPOT.
IIvtrjnow ptrfurlcd niv arrnniicineuii to
WP'y the trade with
OYSTERS AND FISH,
I Can Now Offer as Follows: Oysters
Taken From tho Shell Hero Fresh
as From the Gulf.
Bayou Cooks iii w ptr loo
" Htilm.'t l is "
" Haslno T."i
Oysters In bulk W "
Oyirt stands In cars .... 30 "
Ned Snapper 10c. per lb
Croklon " "
Sheep Head, Jtc - " "
Hhrlmrt. I,iltoi, Crat nnd Turtles til In season
Lllll'.IUl, DISCOUNT TO TUK TKADB.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'8 PATENT
WholeRalo Dealer in Ico.
ICF. MY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WKI.I
r(-'KED FOR SHIPPING
Oax1 Loads a Spocinltv.
Cor, Twelfth Street and LeYee,