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TflK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, DEOEMRER 5,
TIFK DAILY BULLETIN
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ifiMoiAL PAPER Of CITY AND COUNTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice, in trua column, eignt cente per line for
.rt aud fire cenu per lin each luheequont Ineer
Inn. Kur one wuek, SO cent perlinu. for one
onth,tU cunt per line-
50e. per Can,
Extra Selects, at Do 11 tun's.
Finest lot of window curtains in this
city at Jeff. Clark's. tf
To all who art) suffering from the errors
ami indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, oarly decay, loss of manhood, Ac, I
will semi a recipe that will ci" you, fheb
ok on a iw E. This great remedy was
discovered oy a m nistcr in South America.
teud a sell-addressed envelope to the Rev.
Jostru T. Ism.o;, Station D., New York
Go to Jeff. Clark's for fancy wiudow
shades and everything pertaining thereto.tf
GOOD HEADING FOR THOUGHTFUL
SHOULD BE CAREFULLY READTllAT CORRECT
CONCLUSIONS AIAY 11K ARRIVED AT.
TXVL Q. HCIlfll,
"I)ic in Sut: Recognizing the fact that
tVre is to a certain exteut, a mutual depen
dency existing between the professions of
pharmacy and medicine, and feeling that a
better understanding of tho function and
duties of iho two profession should he re
cognized aud adhered to, we, of the nit-.di-cal
profession of Cai:o, object to the fre
quent habit of druggists ot this city, of
diagnosing diseases and prescribing medi
cines, for the following reasons:
First. The science of pharmacy dots
not include a knowledge of the science of
Second. You are violating the medical
practice act, by so doing, and robbing the
physicians of their leg"timate business.
Third. You are practising deception
upon the sick; therefore we ask you to ad
here to the law governing the practice of
Annthi-rirrievance to which wo 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 pttient
and physicians; the patient often suffering
from the effects of improper medicine, and
tho physician because he is practically
held responsible for the action of tho 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 once rilled ami
placed on tile, and that ho has no right to
demand that it be taken from the file and
be relilled, except by the order of the pre
scribing physicians. We therefore ask
you to discontinue the practice.
After due deliberation, we the under
signed nvmoers of the "Medical Ass"cia
tion of Ciiro" have resolved not to patron
ize lirectly or indirectly, any druggist,
who shall after this dt"e, be known to pre
scribe for any one requiring the services of
a physician, or who shall refill or duplicate
prescriptions withoiu tho written or verbal
authority of the physician. Ropcttullv,
W. R.Sm tk, PnV. J. C.SnxiVAS, V. V.
G. G. Pakker, Sec'y. J.J.Gordon. J. H.
Bryant C. W. Dunning. D. H. Parker.
J. S. ktkie.
To the Public:
Although the above resolutions speak for
themselves, and although any unprejudiced
person can readily read between the lines
the reil motives prompting Iho 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 deceive
it now, on the contary, I will try, in the
fufur.i. n I hive in tne mint, to mind niv
own business and attend to the wants of
my p'ttrons f. the best ot my ability. I
am ueither beooi.vo nor buyi.no any one's
patronage, but my aim is to please each
and every one, who kindly favors me with
their culls. Respectfully,
Paul G. Scnru.
Old Machinery Cantiuysi Wared
at Kennies uew I'ounlry for which the
highest pnci'S will b.t p vi 1 in e,aih.
Ctll at N).l):J Ohio Levee.
tf John T. Kennie.
Gimsj) Opera Ke! Mir nit opposite
Cvera tl me uo sfsirs, U.iek entrance on
7ih street. Ojsters in every style. 11-iJO tf
n market t D Bami'n .VI Ohio levee.
A GOOD UE-U'AU'UNT.
If you wiint a go id meal call at Sehoen
tuber's llr&tanrant cur. 10ih st. and Watdi
ington Ave. Only 25 tents lor a regular
meal, and dy boarders will find the best
accomodation on reasonable terms.
A Fine bu ber Mlop,
Win. Alba, on Commercial avenue, has
tne most extensive ami us line au equipped
barber shop as can he found in any city.
His employes are m liters in the trade,
whose razors are always smooth and keen.
Ills establishment is large enough to
meet any demand upon it without any lire
Some wa.ting; ami h s patrons go away
pleased with him themselves and his work
Giye him a trial.
go toDeBaun's, 00 Ohio levee.
New Ulacksinith isliop.
A new horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Air. P Powers on Tenth street. All
manner of black-mnthing and wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work done promptly. tf
tt DeDsun's, 56 Ohio levee.
Lovers ;f good oysters in uny form should
make it a pmnt to call on Mr. John A.
llowcr. at the corner of Twelfth street and
Washington avenue, who has just received
and will daily receive large lots of tine so
lect and serve them to all who may apply,
either in cans or preparod for tho palate.
Hog snouts and lamb tongues are also
served as may be desired.
To Be Continued.
The business of the lale Wra. Alba will
be continued by Mrs. Alba at the old place.
Mr. Conrad Alb will have personal super
vision of tho business and will see that it
is conducted in tho futuro as it was in the
past, under the ablo management of de
ceased, in a manner that will give the
greatest stitisfaction to the patrons of the
establishment. A continuance of tho cus
tom if the past is solicited.
Apples, Oranirea, Etc.,
in transit to nrrive : 1 ear Mi higan apples
(Baldwin's), 2 cars fancy Ben Davis, 50
bbls. Coast (La.) oranges.
8. E. Wilson.
77 Ohio Levee.
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
te! stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured a'ld for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
nOc. per Can,
Extra Selects, at Deli tun's.
Lilies RMumtit opposite Opera
House. Gus Btto proprietor, 11-20 tf
Window shades and fixtures at Jeft.
Fon Oysters in any style go the Grand
Opera Re-taunint Entrances on Commer
cial and 7th street. 11 -2i) tf
GENERAL LOCAL' ITEMS.
NotU-.es in thane coinmim, ten cnu per line,
nirtlrm nd whethtir murker! or not, if calcu
lated to fuwa'd any null's biibiness Interest are
always paid for.
Full line of Christmas goods at Buder's
at low figures. tf
School children will find The Bulle
tin scratch-books Nor. 2 aud 3 tor sale st
Phil Sutip's candy st3ie. tf
A. Hally has a few more of the best
soft coal Base-Burners ever brought to
Cairo. Call and see him. Ct
The county bi.irJ met at the court
house yesterdaj, but didn't quite finish up
Solid silver and plated ware at St.
Louis prices. Buder. tf
Elegant and artist proof steel plate
engravings, o2ot retail price, $15 each are
offered at a bargain, apply at the Bulletin
Take your old hits to Mrs. Williamson
and le" her shape them over and make
them look like new for 23 cents. She has
just received the lutes style blocks.
The city council meets in first regular
monthly session to-night. Tiie most im
portant business wiij probably be the pas
Bige of tha electric liht ordinance.
MrsK. C. Ford anl child have re
turned from their eastern trip. Mrs. Ford
was benefited by the trip, but it was getting
too cold to be pleasaut where she was.
Dr. Leach brought from his farm yes
terday for family use a supply of the finest
northern Spy and Ben. D tvis apples ever
sampled by the man of Tue Bulletin.
The City Attorney, W. E. Hendricks
is said to be in P.iduc th on business of a
hymenial character. "Hymouial," that
means something about getting married.
Mr. John A. B wer, at the corner of
Twelfth street and Washington avenue,
makes mi extraordinary announcement in
special locals this morning which will in
terest many. Read it.
Mr. M.T. Skiff, mauager, and George
Lawreuce, agent, of the Katie Putnam
troupe, were at The Halliday yesterday.
K ttie appears at the Opera House hereon
the 11th 12th and 13 instants.
Mr. George Irvin, of Buttes, Montana
Territory, isn the city since last week,
visiting his brother Circuit Clerk Irvin
aud family. Mr. Irvin was elected sheriff
of his county at the recent election.
Unas. Gilhoff.T has just put in a new
s tu-age in tchine and his patrons can now
ot it i in any kind of saus-igt' desired, in prime
order, from his shop on 8th and on Com
mercial near 2Utli where it will bii kept for
Genuine Fr"iich marble clocks, gold
watches and diamonds at Buder's tf
As may be seen from a notice iu spe
cial locals this morning, the establishment
I' tho late Win. Alba is hereafter to bo un
der the personal supervision of Mr. Conrad
Alba, one of our most popular tonsorial
artists, who solicits a continuance of past
patronage for the establishment.
The company, which is to present "Es
meialdu," the great domestic play, iu this
city, comes to us direct from the Madison
Square Theatre, N. Y. Every actor is a
worthy artist. Tho scenery, too, from New
York, will be a feature. The play ran 350
nights in N.Y. City, and is llio third in
the album of the great Madison Square
success. The public may be assured of a
Argus: "We are in receipt of a copy of
the "Clinton Democrat," a handsomely
printed weekly paper, 8 col. folio, published
at Lock Haven, Pa. Mr. K. U. Thielecke,
formerly of Tick Cairo Bulletin, is editor,
and ho may justly be proud of tho appear
ance of his sheet. The Democrat goes on
our wecklj exchange list, as requested, and
That tho people of Cairo are a church
going people was conclusively proven by
tho largo audiences that gathered at the
several houses of worship last Sunday, both
morning and evening.
Charles Bailey, William 8ullivan and
Richard Donly were arrested because they
had allowed whisky to get away with them
in a contest in which they had the decided
advantage, but chose not to use it. Magis
trate Comings fined each of them one dol
lar and coBts yesterday.
Souvenirs were distributed at the
Madison Squaro Theatre, New York, upon
the 5Cih, 100th, 200th and 250th presenta
tion of Esmeralda, the cost aggregating
nearly ten thousand dollars. It is a beau
tiful play, and unless you secure seats at
Buder's early, you are liable to be disap
pointed. M. U. Skiffy, manager of the Kati
Putnam combination, is in tho city making
arrangements for the appearance of Cairo's
favorite on the 11th, 12th and 13h insts.,
when will be presented "Lena the Mai
cap," "The Old Curiosity Shop" and "Child
of the Regiment," all first-class pieces, and
well calculated to bring Miss Katie to the
front in her happiest mood.
"It is the duty of no man or woman
to be disorderly and Se caught in the act,"
was the substance of words implied by a
sentence pronounced by Magistrate Comings
upon Thomas Murphy and Charlotte Hud
son yesterday. And the int'ereuco is that
if you w ill be disorderly you must be so
secretly, quietly ; so as not to disturb the
public peace or attract the attention of the
Bloomington Billetion : "Chester, Illi
nois, Tribune, says: "The exigencies of the
times require a man of Mr. Mitchell's cali
bre to keep down the Democratic tiger."
In short the Tribune is published at Ches
ter. One of her penitentiaries is at Ches
ter. That penitentiary runs the Tribune.
Cullom runs the penitentiory. Putting
this and that together we conclude that
Gov, Cullom is for Mitchell at Chester.
The suicide of the New York drummer
at Padueah last Fridav was a sad affair. In
letters left by him he stated that he was
and had been for some time, afflicted with
heart disease, which all tried remedies had
failed to cure. That life was made a bur
den to him and that he could stand it no
longer. Ho aske-1 that his remains be
quietly disposed of, as he had "no
friends or acquaintances anywhere ir. this
part of the country." He went up to his
room in the Richmond House, laid down
on the bed aud put two balls through his
breast, which had the intended effect.
The dispatch sent out through the As
sociated Press on November 28 by Prof
Brooks of the Red House observatory at
Phelps, N. Y., requested that prayers be
offerrd in all the churches of ttv,iacd Sun
day for clear weather on the Ctb of Decem
ber, to-morrow, the date of the transit of
Venu3. The go d intended by this pious
astronomer is not to be disparaged. We do
not underhand that Prot. Brooks' request
was complied with by any of the ministers
of the gospel here; but we venture to say
that, for all that, the ptople of Ciiro staiid
just as good a chance of having a cloud
less Eky us any other community.
The thirty-thirl Illinois legislature is
not as securely Republican as gentlemen ot
that party would like. Mr Walker, member-elect
of the legislature from Kane
county, has been classified as a Republican,
but he 19 a temperance enthusiast, and may
not vote with the party unless allowed to
dictate certain measures. Mr. Haines, of
Lake, it is feared, will mount the fence
with Mr. Walker, for ambition's sake, and
with the loss of these two votes the Re
publicans cannot organize the House.
Such is the roporte 1 political situation in
Illinois, and there are trouble 1 minis
among the followers of Biack Jack and
Although the test given the new hose
yesterday under the direction of the com
mittee appoi'ite.d for that purpose by the
city council was not us high as the
origiut.1 host! had been guaranteed to stand,
yet it Beetned sufficient to demonstrate, that
tho new hose is at present much stronger
than any test it is liable to bo put to ordi
narily will require. As stated elsewhere,
the highest pressure that could be obtained
on Sunday alteruoon, when a five-eighilis
inch noz.ell was Used, was one hundred
aud thirty pounds to the square inch. The
steamer "Juck Winter" will carry seventy
pounds of s'citni, and each pound of steam
produces a wuter pres-ure of two pounds
to the square inch upon tho hose used. So,
it appears, the highest water-pressure that
the most powerful machine the fire depart
ment h s could produce, would fall una
hundred and sixty five pounds short of that
to which the new hose was so satisfactorily
tested yesterday. There is no doubt in the
minds of the committeo that, at present,
tho Iiobo would meet tho guarantee, certain
ly that it is strong enough to answer every
purpose. The only point about which there
can bo any doubt is, whether or not tho
hose is composed of material which will
rot easily unless tieated with more than or
dinary care. In order to guard against this
cootingency tho companies receiving this
uew hose, (which will probably bo princi
pally tho Deltas aud Arabs which have less
good hose than any one of the other com
panies) should, and doubtless will, make
preparations to take the best of care of it.
If any further proof were needed that
the man of tho Padueah Times, who went
intoiolent spasms and fired a volley of
fierce denunciations at the people of Cairo
because some one or two jolly fellows
among them deprived an innocent eelestine
of his locks all of which was a myth, If
any further proof were needed that the
Times man did the people of Cairo a great
wrong, and that the gods always defend
their own and destroy thoso who offend
them, it would be furnished in the sudden
collapse of the Times even beforo it had
an opportunity to apulogizs. A more sure ,
more sudden visitation of wrath from the
inhabitants of the clouds upon the head ot
a rash mortal is probably not on record ;
and we hasten to warn tho Vienna papers
and all others who have made, or who in
tend to make, asses of themselves, and im
plore them to pause and consider, to hum
iliate themselves before those they have,
or would have, wronged aud ask pardon for
the act or tho intention. Wo implore
them to do this noble thing, lest they, too,
find themselves entangled in the lasso of fi
nancial difficulties hurled from the clouds.
But, seriously, while we seo in the failure
of the Times a fearful example of the cer
tain, speedy consequences of abusing Cairo
and her pee pie, we regret that it should
have been the Times that aroused the di
vine anger.- If it had been the Chicago
Tiibuoe with its special-river-committee
correspondent, we should not h ive been so
exquisitely grieved and but few people
would have found it out, but tho Padueah
Times, the leading Republican paner of
Padueah and one of the delighttul fixtures
of our exchange table! it is too bad
entirely too bad I We might quote, with
slight variations, some of the gushing pol
itical head lines published by the Times,
iu comment upon the results of the late
elections, particularly the line which read,
"Pull down the curtain and toll the bell,
for all the country has gone to hades." We
might, we s iv, with some propriety, quote
this b'-sutiful sentiment, substituting "the
Peducah Times" for "all the country"; but
that would be cruel and woufd sot express
our feelings toward the Times at all. We
Col. J, W. Paramore, president ol the
Texas and St. Louis railway, has returned
from atrip over his line as far down as the
White rive:, in the state of Arkansas, and,
speaking of the progress of construction,
be said to a reporter he found everything
quite satisfactory, considering the fact that
there have been some drawbacks, the great
est of which has been b-.d weather from
time to time. He found the bridge over
White river completed, with the exception
t.fthe draw span, which will undoubtedly
be in position by the 10th of the month.
The draw span is 300 feet long, and in the
same bridge are two fixed spans of about
20J feet each. ' The bridge over the Arkan
sas river, he says, is the longest structure of
the kind south of Ct. Louis, and despito
the fact that it has been both costly and
difficult in its construction, will be finished
by January 1st, and possibly sooner. This
biidge is 1,700 feet long. The biidge
across Red river will be finished between
the lflrh an l 15th in-taut. The grading on
the entire line in Arkansas has been finish
ed and the contractors are pulling up
stakes to leave tho field. There remain
only about 40 or 50 miles of track to be
laid, and two large forces are enguged on
tbis work. The whole line in Arkansas
has heen laid with steel rails, weighing 35
pounds to the yard. The track is being
ballasted with sand and gravel, and is
gradually being put in good condition.
There is not much rock along the route,
but the material being used for ballast
makes a solid bed, which in case of floods
does not wash out, but remains, as it ce
ments and solidfies. The passenger equip
ment is now arriving. Two trains have
just been shipped from the Detroit shops
of the Pullman' company. Thore have been
finished also six elegant sleeping cars
which are at Chicago awaiting orders for
shipment. There are ten sections in eacb
of the sleepers, a state Toom, smoking
room, toilets, and two extra berths in the
smoking-room, the same as in the regular
sleeper. These cars aro very little
narrower than the sleepers used ou
the standard gauge roads. Freight
cars are arriving daily for the Arkansas
divi-iou. Tho last of the eight hundred,
contracted for with the United States Roll
ing Stock company, will be received during
Sunday and yesterday the committee,
appointed at the last meeting ot tne city
council to test the new hose received from
the Cleveland Rubber company in lieu of a
previous shipment which did not meet the
guarantee of tho company, performed its
arduous duty'. Messrs. Win, McHalo and
C. N. l'tighes were tho committee and they
did their work well. The hose, five hun
dred feet in all, was drayed to tho ferry
boat landing Sunday afternoon, and there
attached to tho pumping apparatus. With
a five-eighths inch nuzzle on the other end
of live sections connected, a pressure of 180
pounds could only be obtained, and when a
cap was put on instead of the nozzle, so
that no water could escape, the pressure
reached was 200 pounds which was the
full capacity of the pumping apparatus
with tho boiler then in use. The hose
stood this test without Bny sign of giving
way anywhere; but as tho hosoinlieu of
which it had boon received had been
guaranteed to stand a pressure of four hun
drod pounds, tho two uundrod pound test
UNREDEEMED PLEDGES FOR SALE!
dies, Gents' Gold and Silver Watches, Chains, Rings, Diamonds, Bracolcts etc., f
FAliNBAKEB & CO.,
Licensed Pawnbrokers, 7th street, between Commercial and Washington avenues.
did not satisfy tho committee, and it
concluded to repeat the test yesterday
when steam would bo up in tho ferry
boat's large boilers. Yesterday afternoon
therofore another tot was made. Five sec
tions were put together, and wero subjected
to a pressure of 305 pounds, which they
bore to the entire satisfaction of the com
mittee. A single section subjected to the
same pressure proved equally satisfactory,
and the committee will doubtless report
favorably with reference to tho hose, at
the council meeting to-night.
Argus: "The Bulletin is thus early
setting upcandidatej for mayor, apparently
for the pastimn of knocking them down.
Its criticism of Alderman Wood is not war
rented by facts, as it t an learn by referring
to council proceedings. The Colonel is one
of the most attentive and useful members
of the council. It is true, that he scrutini
zes everything carefully that is brought be
fore that body; but this wo account a virtue
instead of a fault." We assure the Argus
that, in this case, it has been "mislead by
appearances," and wo regrtt very much
tho necessity of setting it right, for it it
with fear aud trembling that we refer again
at this time to the F-ubjcct nf making a par
tisan political fight at the coming April
election. By our brief reference thereto
in Sunday'sissue, we innocently aroused the
" vim and vinegar" of an ordinarily very
sweet-tempered gentleman, and brought
down upon our youthful head
a not over - gentle repremand
and sn injunction tiot!o do so any more.
This is the cause of our agitation and we
submit that it is good cause. But the
above from the Argus compells us to ig
nore the repremand, disobey tho injunc
tion and brave the li the consequences J
First, then, good Argus, TnE Bulletin
has not set up any candidate for mayor.
With reference to Mr. Henry Winter aiid
Mr. Israel Rawlins it made the positive
statement that they would bo candida'en,
and this was true, as b.ith gentlemen will
testify. With referenco to Col. Wood, it
said in substance, hat he was spoken ot
as the Republican nominee (or mayor, and
this also is true. The Bcu.ei.in published
in all the cases only whit it hejrd,
and upon the best kind of authority.
Injustice to Col. Wood we want to here
state that, eo far as we know, he has ft a yet
not been consulted at all with referenco to
his candidacy, and that, to the best of our
knowledge and beliet, he bad not an ink
ling of the movement ou fori concerning
him until he read Sunday's Bulletin. But
we insist that a prominent Republican did
tell us that an iff'rt wo ltd be made by the
Republicans of tho city to have a partisan
contest, and to renominate Col. Wood for
mayor, nnd we insist that it is our firm be
lief that such bii effort will be made by
several good Republican citiz-ns. Whether
they will succeed in their intention, time
and Col. Wood must tell. But, secondly,
we brg leave to differ with the Argus wlien
it says that The Bi'li.etin's few words of
criticism of the Colonel were not warranted
by tho facts. The Bulletin is ready to
prove every sentence true, and believes
that to say they are nut true would not
only be a denial of what nearly every citi
zen of Cairo knows anil what tho the Col.
himself does rot deny, but would cast slov
enly and grossly unjust reflections upon the
Col. The Bulletin endorses heartily
the opinion of the Atgus, that "Col. Wor.d is
one of the most attentive and useful mem
bers of the city council," and it will go
further and say. that the Republicans could
not possibly select a better Republican as
their candidate for mayor. And we will
go Btill further and say, that the The
Bulletin would rather beat Col. Wood as
the R-publican nominee than any other
Republican, simply because we would
then haye beaten whom many
believe one of the party's best
men, and the victory would bo the more
glorious verily, for no other reasoa. This
ought to be satisfactory all around.
Esmeralda at the Opera House Wednes
day and Thursday Dec. 6 th and 7th prom
ises to draw tho largest audience which has
gathered in that cosy and elegant edifice
siuce May Templet in opened tho house
last winter. Adjoining towns have already
applied for seats, and they lire rapibly being
The following peu portrait of "Elbert
Rogers," in "Eemeraldn," by Mrs. Burnett,
is worthy a place in memory's art tallery :
"His tace was tanned ami seamed as if
with years of rough out-door labor; the
effect produced upon him by his clothes
was plainly one of actual suffering, both
physical and mental. His stiff bands re
fused to meet the efforts of his gloves to fit
them; bis body shrink from his garments;
if he had not been pathetic, ho would have
been ridiculous. But ho was pathetic. It
was evident ho was not so attired of his
own free will ;that only a patient nature,
inued by long custom to discomfort, sus
A General Stampetle.
Never was such a rush made for any
Drug Store as is now at Hany W. Schuh's,
for a trial bottlo of Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds,
All persons affouted with Asthma, Bron
chltis, Hoarseness, Bevero Coughs, or any
affection of the Throat and Lungs, can gut
a (rial bottle of this great remedy freo, by
calling at above Drug Store. (4)
Notices In tills column thrvo Unci or leits 23 cunts
one Insertion or $1.00 pi r week.
RENT. One new live room cottage, on
Center streot near lilih scbo il. Apply to
j. MAitri m.
tpoit HALE, Batbrr'ii chalra, warn aland, ta
a blea 4c. CONRAD ALII A, Slnb. atrutt
Vl SALE. A Shonlnger Parlor Crgan-S oc-
tave, 7 aiopa In perfect order. Will be old at
,u'lin L'llonur addren care of Trlbuue,
Foil RKXT.-Furnlahed rooms. Eloyenth tit.
and wmUinmon avennu. MRS. FAKliALI..
COR SALR.-IUanka. Chattnl Monaco.
1 Warranty aurt Warrauty DeeUa at tlm ItuTcTi'u
uu'j uiact) is unto Levee
WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY,
December Gth & 7th.
The Sun 6 till Shines on the Little Houie.-Act I v.
1VL J A I1
Will prevent Its jrreat N-w York mcreM of lut
eaaoa, taeezqilr-lte domestic drama
By Mn. Fraocla Hoitgion Burnttt and W. II. (.id
lette, aa provnted at tai Mad uti Square
Theatr- for one year.
If there la any poibllty of anv other play hiv
ing a run mich aa liazd Kirke h.d. ibere la 1,0 rva
aon hy Bnner:da ioald not be that play .--Set
It a really worthy the name ot play New York
I will undonMed:y run aa long aa Hal Klrke,
and for much, the Ainu reann. N w Vn;k htur.
It ta pure and ptatoral.-New York Titbune
The la of a thoroagaly popular airt. New York
Mail and Eiprma
w bate ern-n'B of auerM 11 l ' thi drama bH'.np
to the namralneaa and simplicity. New York
It la entlfly freo from all theatrical artifice or
guile chnrtna all who wltneca It New YotkTurr,
Field aud Farm.
A BEAUTIFUL DOMESTIC LOVE
ficonei In North Carol naand I'arla. produced
with apecia! hceuery fureach act Irota the Mmitiun
AdmlMlonTSc and Jl Oj rennrved lea'i Included.
Tickets on aal atBuder'a Saturday 10 a. m.
TEW FI$I1 AND OYSTER DEPOT.
Having now perfected my arrangement! to
supply the trde wttb
OYSTERS AND FISH,
I Can Now Offer as Follows: Oysters
Taken From tho Shell Here Fresh
as From the Gulf.
Baj on Cook i so per p
" Bailnee... 1.2s
" Haslno TS "
Oyateri In bilk sn "
Oyatura atandarda In cane HO " j
Red Snapper 10c. per 9
Croklna , " "
Sheep Head, tc " tiiii a
Shrlmria, Lubtt'it. Ciala and Turtle aUIr eeanon
LIBERAL DIiSCUL'NT TO TIIE THADE.
PROPRIETOR OF 8FKQATS FA TENT
Wholefsnlo Dealer in Ice.
IOF. UY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WKU
?(KED FOR BUIITINO
Oar .LoadB a Specialty.
Cor, Twelfth Street and Leyee,