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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THUIISDAV MORNING, DECEMBER 7, 1882.
THE DAILY IUJLLETIX
nfKiCK: NO. 7 OHIO LKVKE.
KNTKHK1) AT TUB CAIHO I'OSTomCK FOH
THANSMIShlDN Til K lUOH TUB MAILS AT BKC
OKI) CLASS KATK8.
JFliuAL PATKK OF CITY 4HU COTJWTY
SPECIAL LOUAL ITEMS.
Notice In inm colurau, einiit cent per Hoe for
flrl u1 five corns pur line aac.b luhfequeni iuaor
lull. Kr on week. SO cunts per line. For one
n onlh. tiO cent pur line.
60a. per Cau,
Extra Selects, Bt DeBnun'B.
Fiiiit l't of window curtains iu tlio
city lit Jell". Clark's. tf
To hII who are sutlkriiig from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak-ni-t-s,
curly ilncay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will ni-nJ h recipe that will cc"i you, fkke
ok ciiAiuiE. This yreat remedy was
(Uncovered by a minister iu South America.
Send a 6ell-addre-Bed envelope to the K-V,
Josi-pu T. l.NMVN, Station IJ., New Yoik
Go to Jell". Clark's for fancy window
shades and everything pertaining thereto.tf
GOOD READING FOU THOUGHTFUL
SHOCLD BE CAREFULLY HEAD TUAT COUUECT
-CONCLUSIONS MAY BE AUKIVED AT.
PAl'L Q. SCUL'II,
Dkui Sik: Recognizing the fact that
there is to a certain extent, a mutual depen
dency existing between the protessions of
pharmacy and medicine, and feeling that a
better understanding, of the function and
duties of the two profession should he re
cognized and adhered to, we, of the medi
cal profession of Cairo, object to the fre
quent habit of druggists ot thi city, of
diagnosing diseases and prescribing medi
ciues, for the following reasons:
First. The science of pharmacy does
not include a know ledge of the science of
Second. You are violating the medical
practice act, by so doing, and rubbing the
physicims of their legetimate business.
Third. You are practising deception
upon the sick; therefore we ask you to ad
here to tho law governing the practice of
Another grievance to which we respect
fully ask your attention, is tho matter of
refilling prescriptions without authority ot
the physicians who have writen them. The
above practice is injurious to both patient
and physicians; the patient often Buttering
Iroin the effects of improper medicine, and
the physician bectuse 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, us Booii us it is once tilled and
placed on rile, and that he has no right to
demand that it be taken from the file and
bo refilled, except by the order of the pro
scribing physicians. Wc 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,
w ho shall after this date, be known to pre
scribe for any one requiring the services of
a physician, or who shall refill or duplicate
prescriptions without the w ritten or verbal
authority of the physician. Respectfully,
W. K. Smith, Pres'. J. C. Sullivan, V. P.
G. G. Pahkek, Skc'y. J. J. Gordon. J. H.
Buyast. C. W. Du.nmhu. D. II. Pakker.
J. S. Petkie.
To the Public:
Although the above resolutions speak for
themselves, and although any unprejudiced
person cau 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
It) years past and do not intend to deceive
it now, on the contary, I will try, in the
tutur , as I have in tne past, to mind my
own liunims and attend to tho wants of
my pttior.s 1 1 the best of my ability. I
am uidiher bbooixo nor buying any one's
patronage, hut my aim is to please each
and every one, who kindly favors nvi with
their caiis. Respectfully,
Pacl G. Scuun.
Old Machinery ('listings Wanted
at Heuuio's new foundry for which tin
highest prices will, be paid iu cash.
Call at No.Oa Oiiio Levee.
il John T. Kennie.
Ghasd Oi'iM Restaurant opposite
Opera II u-e up stairs, li ick entrance on
7th street. Oysters in every style. U-.U li
in market at 1) Rami's 5tl Ohio levee.
A GOOD RESTAURANT.
If ym want u go id meal call at Schoeii
meyer's Restaurant cor. 10th st. ami Wai
ing'ton Ave. Only 2") cents tor a regular
tneal, and day boarders will find the best
accomodation on reasonable terms.
ode. per Can,
Extra Selects, at DeR iun's.
Lilies RsMuriiit opposite Opera
House. Gus li itto propriety, 11-20 tf
Window shades and fixtures at Jetl.
Foil OysTEiis in any style go the Grand
Opera Hetaurant Eatrances on Commer
cial and 7th street. 11-20 tf
go to DeRaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
New HlAckmith Shop. "
A now horse shoeing shop Ijhs been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Tenth street. All
tnsnucr of blueksru'thing and wagon work
done to order, Repairing work a specialty,
Work done promptly. tf
at DeUaun's, 56 Ohio levee.
Lovers of good oysters in any form should
make it a point to call on Mr. John A.
Rower, at the corner of Twelfth street and
Washington avenue, who has just received
and will daily receive largo lo's of hne se
lect and serve them to all who may apply,
either in cans or prepared for tho palate.
Hog snouts and lamb tongues are also
served as may be desired. 12-5-Ct
To Re Continued.
The business of tho late Win. Alba will
be continued by Mrs. Alb i at tho old place.
Mr. Conrad Alb 4 will have personal super
vision of tho business and wilt see that it
is conducted in the future as it was in -the
past, under the able management of de
ceased, in a manner that will give tho
greatest satisfaction to the patrons of the
establishment. Acontinuance of the cus
tom of tho past is solicited.
Apples, Oranges, Etc.,
in transit to arrive: 1 car Mi higan apples
(llaldwin's), 2 cars fancy "Ren Davis, 50
bbls. Coast (La.) oranges.
S. E. Wilson.
77 Ohio Levee.
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured and for sale at the Cairo Rulletin
DENE UAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In thane coinmn. 'oi cont tr lino,
i.-i, in'nrMnn nil, I wli;th"r marked or nnt, if cak'U-
1 itfil tn f iwird any man' heslnus interest are
always paid fur.
Full line of Christinas goods at Euder's
at low figures. tf
Mr. Herman Schuh.of Charleston, Mo.,
was in the city yesterday.
Mr. Conr id Alba's new house is ready
to receive the roof.
lion. R. W. Cirtuey, of Metropolis,
was at The Ilalli lay yeterday.
Schoolchildren will find The Bullk
tin scratch-hooks Nos. 2 and 3 tor sale at
Phil Saup's candy store, tf
A. Ilally has a few more of tho best
soft coal Rase-Rurncrs ever brought to
Cairo. Call and see him. Ot
Four yoke of straight work oxen,
weighing from 2200 to 2000 pounds, for
salo by Fred Keohler. Apply at once. 3t
Solid silver and plated ware at St.
Louis prices. Ru ler. tf.
A fluent talker, selling small packages
of some kind of grease-spot eradicator, held
a crowd at the coroner ot Eight street and
Commercial avenue for a little while yes
The county board was again in session
ye-terday. The enlire session was taken
up in the examination of Treasurer Miles
Parker's report, which was found all cor
rect. The hoard is not yet through.
Paducah News: "Mr. F. A. Trous
dale, of Metropolis, cue of tho proprietors
of the burned Democrat, is in tho city on
business and looking out for a new office.
Tho Democrat will be revived as soon as
new material is secured.
Elegant artist proof steel engrav
ings, 32x38 retail price, $15 each are
offered at a bargain, apply at tho Bulletin
Genuine French marble clocks, gold
watches and diamonds at Ruder's tf
A Minnesota man, Goodwater by name,
bought a pistol and told his wifu that it
was to kill her. Rut tho had nerve and
pocketed the weapon. Sho sho him fatal
ly wdien he got up early to dispatch l.er be
fore breakfast, beginning the assault with
a knife and a stick of wood. Minnesota
can well spare Giodwatcr.
On occasions, for a few minutes at a
time yesterday, the transit of Venus could
be s.en even by the naked eye, Tiioso
who watched patiently lor tho opportunity
were rewarded with a sight of tho tiny
dark speck on tho sun, and quite a number
of citizens did watch patiently and were
Dr. Dunning was called out into tho
country yesterday to visit a patient, lie
hired a two In use rig and went out, a dis
tance of about fifteen miles. On the way
back and when about five miles from the city
r'!irt says, the horses ran away and broke
the bu.'gy up considerably, but injunug
neither the Dr. nor tho colored driver. The
Utter came into the city riding upon the
front ge iring behind the two horses, and
took out another rig for tho Dr.; but up to
a late hour last night the Dr. had not re
In the senate Tuesday, Mr. Barrow of
Georgia was admitted to the seat of the
late Senator Hill. Committees were- con
tinued at last session. Mr. Saunders gave
notice that he would next work call up
the bill to admit D akot. Mr. Hjck offer,
ed a n solution to investigate tho political
assessment business. In thu house Mr.
Kelley reported a bill to abolish taxes on
tobacco and segars. An amendatory army
retirement bill was discussed and laid over.
A bill was passed repealing tho provision
that seamen discharged in toreigu ports
must bo paid three month's wages. They
are to be furnished transportation home in
stead. Last Monday a salo of articles accumu
lated in the dead letter office at Washing
ton took place. As usual tho postal de
partment issued a circular of what was on
hand, and a glance over its pages showed a
curious collection. Under tho head of
jewelry there are necklaces, cuff-buttons,
rings, brooches, badges, tea spoons, fans,
napkin rings, lockets, chains, thimbles, or
nani'ints, studs, and all. manner of small
articles in cheap and costly material. Tho
schedule of books occupies 20 closely
printed pages, and 04 pages are devoted to
miscellaneous articlcsof the most inexhaus
tible variety. Tho amount realized fiom
tho salo of an undelivered package is ro
claimable for four years on proper ideutifi
tion. Mr. Julius Serbian, who has tho con
tract lor doing tho earth work on the
Mound City cemetary road, is in the city,
spending a tew days at home while the
wet weather prevents him from proceedin g
with the work. Ho has had about ll.'ty
teams at work for about twenty days uw,
and tho work is nearly half done. In about
twenty-five days more the dirt filling will
bo all done provided thoso twenty-five
days prove to be dry days and Mr, Serbian
employes the s tine number of hands and
teams as heretofore. Tho gentleman to
whom tho contract for graveling was
awarded is having the gravel all gotten out
and iu readiness to bo put upon tho road n
soon as the eirth work shall have been
finished and sufficiently settled down.
The movement of cotton by rail to the
eastern railroad points during tho month of
November was consider ibly larger and
much more satisfactory to the managers of
the roads than during the same mouth of
last year. For twenty-nine days in Novem
ber the total shipments east were in round
numbers 40,781,000 pounds. Reduced to
bait s this wtuld Hinount to, putting the
weight of each bale at 500 pounds, 81,-54-1
bnlea shipped east during the past
month. There was but a small pre portion
of this strictly through cotton. The rates
by rail at this period last year was very
low and unsteady, and it was anything but
a paying business for the lines to handle the
stapl . The rates at present appear to be as
firm as Plymouth rock, with no signs of a
break; aud the active movement of cotton
would indicate that the dealers are satisliel
with the existing tariff.
The cold snap didn't come here on
time yesterday. It was to have beeen here
yesterday morning and would havo been,
us Sergeant Ray predicted, had the winds
continued to blow as they did during the
day before. Rut the winds subsided find
heuce the cold wave traveled more slowly,
not reaching hera until lait night about
7:30 o'clock, when Old Boreas played lusti
ly upon tho to!egraph wires and tinned
roofs and swinging signs, and
around the noses of those win happened to
bo cut. The fall of the thermometer all
around us was reckless. At North Platte
it fell 30 decrees, at Omaha 31, nt Yankton
23. at Leuvenworth 28, at Dodge City 27,
at Davenport and Dubuque 20 each, and at
Keokuk 17. Tho lowest thermometer re
ported was 1 degree above zero at Yankton;
2 above at Omaha, and 4 above at North
Platte. At several other places not reported
in tho bulletin, it was known to stand be
low zero, with heavy gales blowing in this
The St. Louis Glube-Daaiocrat recalls
the arrogant swagger of tho Republican
members of congress before the adjourn
ment mid coutns'.s it wdth their humble
demeanor on reassembling. It reads Bill
Chandler a lecture, an 1 continues: Let Us
hope that the Republican majority will re
cover from its app iretHly panic-struck and
abject condition sufficiently to exercise
good common sense. Let it put cert.iia
things in order so that the Democratic mi-
jority of the next term will be icndered as
harmless as possible. Let tho compulsory
coinage of the silver dollar bo stoppe 1, and
Sv.uio measure be provided for tho electoral
count. And taxation should be reduced as
a matter of course. As for the tariff, the
session will be too short to give it proper
attention, mid though it needs revision, as
is almost universally admitted, it will he
well to make a virtue of necessity ami per
mit tho problem to 9tand for the next con
gress to worry itself with. An unsettled
tariff question is about as bitter a legacy
as the Republicans can lijvo to the Demo
crats, and if the bark of tho latter does not
founder on that rock it is couip sed of bet
ter tniterlal than i is given crciit ior.
The det ails of a romance ending in a
tragedy and with features about it more
French than American are given iu die
dispatch from R dliiuorc. John W. Dorsey,
of llowar 1 county, Maryland, became heir
some timeag i to a fortune of $300,000. Hj
got 1250,000, and was to come iu possession
of the remain ler in his thirty-sec unl year.
He entered Baltimore society, and in course
of time loved and was loved by Miss Venie
Taylor, tlio daughter of a wealthy business
in it ii- The engagement of younj couple
wai sanctioned and they were happy until
Dorsey engaged in graiu speculation
which, though successful at first soon car
ried away the bulk of his foitune. lie re
tained a handsome homestead, though, aud
as ho hud $50,000 coming to him, was
deemed a wealthy man. His sweetheart
did not desert him, but her wealthy father
thought Dorsey now too poor for ii son-in-law
aud opposed tho match. Tho lovers met
by Btealih, but (he change in his condition
preyed on Dorsey's mind. Yesterday ho
went to his room in a boarding-house, wrote
several letters, arranged ou tho bed Miss
Taylor's picture and tho presents ho had
received from her, ami then shot himself.
Up on Poplar direct, in the neighbor,
hood of Fourteenth or Fifteenth streets,
there lives a couple whose married life
would lead one to believe that matrimony
tho supposed cure for all tho evil of glu-gle-blessodncss,
uch as disordered rooms,
loose button and unpunctusl aud general.
ly troublesome washwomen, would bo
worse than the disease itself. Yesterday
most other people were occupied in a vain
endeavor to eee Venus on tho sun, this
couple were looking for blood on the moon,
and they must havo found it, for it, was re
flected in their eyes and would probably
soon havo issued from their noses if friends
had not interfered. It seems that it was
only a little quarrel, such as is liable to
occur in any well regulated family at al
most any moment. In explanation of the
cause of the difficulty the devoted husband
said, if we understood him correctly, "you
see whenever I wants sum'n, and
Lizzie she wants sum'n els,
an' we gets dat wdiat Lizzie wants as
we alius does den she calls dat a compuin
ize." We didn't stop to inquire w hat Liz
zie wanted, but suppose ihat sho was in
fatuated with one of thoso attractive, plain
scarlet B'lques "danger-signal" aaques
which tire now so much in vogue, aud
Thonins J. fferson, or whatever his namo
was, wanted a ''benjamin." They com
promised in tho usual way, but this time
Thomas refused to abide by the terms of
the compromise aud "bolted."
Even the casual observer whose atten
tion bus been directed to the subject can
not have failed to note the great improve
ment In safety of steamboat traveling in
thiscountry that has been brought about in
the last twenty years; but Supervising in
spector Dumont's report for the late fiscal
year makes it particularly emphatic. In
the year 1851 there were 30,000,000 pas
sengers carried in steamboats with a loss of
700 lives an average of one life lost for
eveiy 55,700 persons carried. In the last
fiscal year there were 354,000,000 persons
carried and 205 lives lost an average of
only one to every 1,727,000. In other
words there were not otn -fourth as many
passengers carried thirty-one years ago as
now, and yet in this one-fourth there were
three times ns many lives lost. In one sin
gle year 18C4 there were 1,500 lives lost
by the destruction of one steamboat, the
Sultana, a short distance above Memphis.
The first efficient steamboat law was enac
ted iu 1851, and the marked improvement
in. safely in steamboat traveling is attribu
ted to that measure. No small share of the
improvement, however, ought to bo credi
ted to the fact that our eteamboatmen are
a more intelligent class of men, and more
thoroughly educated and disciplined in
their several vocations, than they were thir
ty or even twenty years ago. The govern
ment itself, also, has dono much to dimin
ish the hazards 6f steam'ooating by remov
ing snap's and other obstructions from the
river", and establishing signal lights at
danger .us places as guides to pilots.
St. Louis Republican: "Can a board
of experts of such high professional capa
city and wide experience as the Mississippi
river commission he convicted by the testi
mony of CowJen, Leathers and others of
their ilk, who have been drummed up by
the Barrows and Iliscock smelling com
mittee? The attempt is in itself a stupen
dous farce. These same people were exam
ined at great length in Washington last
winter, and there was said then all that
has been siid since, this roving commis
sion having developed nothing by its need
less and expensive trip down the river, ex
cept that the sy tern of improvement
adopted by the commission had proved a
notable and undeniable success in the only
instance in which it has as yet been out to
a fair trial in controlling thn fickle and un
certain water of the Mississippi. Cowden,
Leathers aud all the crowd, who say the
river caauot ho improved according to the
plans of tho river commission, said the
same thing of the jetties, aud etill say they
are a failure, This congressional commit
tee was conviucted, sorely againBt its will,
that the jetties are not a failure, and why
should it accord any more respect to these
self-constituted wiseacres when they re
new their predictions about the work of the
river commission? Tho application of the
principle which worked so well at tho
mouth to tho control of the current at other
poiuts, is what tho commission propose,
and having seen that principle so success
lully viudic ited in tho oie trial made ol
it. tho public will not submit to any trifling
with tho plan carefully matured and de
librately accepted for the extended im
provement ot the channel from Cairo
Council proceedings appear elsewhere
in this issue, and will prove interesting
reading to thoso who are not callous about
public affairs all tho year around except
ou election days, and then talk like dam
phools of matters they know nothing about.
The mayor's message giving his reasons
for withholding hi signature to the ordi
nance regulating railroads within the city
is, in our opiniou, a sensible document
if tlio ordinance with retercuco to which it
is given amiss. to do what tho mayor claims
it wou d do if enacted. Section 3rd ol the
ordinmice provides that "no railroad compa
ny, corporation or individual shall stand
any locomotive engine, car, cars or train
upon any street, avenue, highway or alley
within tho limits of tho city fok any run
posk wiiatevkk." Tho mayor understands
this to mean that all the railroads within
tho city shall bo prohibited even from al
lowing their passenger trains to stand at
their respective depots, for tho purpose of
recuivingpiiHsergers, etc.; and all who un
derstand tho English language will agree
that such is tho plain moaning of the ordi
nance. There is no proviso making excep.
Hons in certain cases or under cortain cir-
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cumstances; but the section stands una
mendod in the slightest, just as it reads
above. Certainly to pass such an ordiuahce
as that, wdiich would practically compel all
the railroads in tho city to transfer all their
depots beyond tho city limits, is grossly
unreasonable and could hardly bear the
test of law to which it would bo put in a
police court the very first time an attempt
were made to enfoiee it. Such "breaks" ns
this by the council have done much toward
arousing the contempt id' thoso against
whom they have been directed, wdiilo the
evils compla'ned of remained. The enact
ment of such ordinances is but childs-play
and leads to sore disappointment in the
end. The mayor's veto (-uyht to be sus
tained, at least to the extent of amending
the section above quoted, so as to bring it
within tho bounds of good common sense
and good law; and it is likely that tho bet
ter judgment of the city council will pre
vail to this end.
There lire reasons for believing that if
the era of cheap meat is not nflr-ly past,
nevei to return, in this country, at least we
shall never see meat as cheap as it has been.
It will take S'.verd ears, even under the
most favorable conditions, to replace the cat
tle that starved in the far wet in the severe
winters of 1881-82 and thai were lost
through insufficient feeding last winter;
and when the lost shall be retrieved, there
will have been a ided a large accession to
our meat consuming population so that
the comparative scanty will still remain.
Great and succeful efforts are being made
to increase the cattle supply in Montana,
Wyoming and Colorado, and to improve the
quality of it by crossing the native ani
mals with Holsb ins and DurKains; but
these regions are always subject to the peril
of a loss of 25 to 50 per cent, in their cat
tle stocks by severe winters and deep
snows; and, besides, the mining
populations in the far west
are steadily inert using run I miners
and pioneers are enoinious consumers of
meat. And even this is not all. The cat
tle feeders in the far west h ive heard of the
profits of shipping dretscd beef in re
frigerator cars, and are preparing to go i;,to
that business theuifcivos. Tne cattle they
raiso mu-t go east iu find a market, and it
is cheaper to send them iu the shape of
dressed meat, with 50 hea 1 packed iu a
car, than to send them a ive on foot, with
only twenty-two head inuc.ai. If cattle
can be hauled alive from Montana and Ne
braska to Chicago find there slaughtered tor
the New York market, certainly, they can,
with still greater advantage, be slaughtered
at the places they bt irt from and sent all
the way to New York m the form of dressed
meat. This wid make meat somewhat
cheaper in the ca.it, perhaps, but it will
cause it to be dearer throughout the west.
Cattie raising must, then-tore, continue to
be a profitable busii.tss. In those parts of
Missouri where corn and grass are cheaply
raised, it ought to receive even more atten
tion than it does at present, tor clt-oice corn
fed cattle will never, perhaps, fail to com
mand a good pi ice on account of their su
periority over tlio grass fed and thinner ani
mals of t: e far west.
In view of the very sudden and and very
disagreeable change in thn weather last
evening, the audience which gathered at the
Opera House last night to witness the pre
sentation of the above n inn d play was an
agreeable surprise to the managers, both iu
respect to character and numbers. Be
tween eight and nine hundred people were
present, and it was ti select gathering.
Some iea was given of the play in Sun
day's Bulletin, but it was very inade
qu ,te. "Esmerd ia' is a play fully equal
to Hazel Ivrku and perhaps no he'. tor com
pliment could he paid to the company
wdiich presented it last night, than to say
that it was presented w ith the same effect
upon the audience as ''II izel Kirke" was
about a year ago. The humor and pathos
of the play were presented with naturalness
and power. Mr. F-wst Robinson as Dave
Hardy, a young North Carolinian, who ia
"Esmeralda's" betrothed and from whom
she is separated by her mother, sustains his
part well. His emotion when reciting how
ho saw "Esmeralda'' iu Paris, was so
strong and natural, that it seemed real and
brought tears to tho eyes of many in the
audience last night. But Miss Viola Allen,
"Esmeralda," gave proof of equal powers.
She has a true conception of her part,
and her portrayal of her passionate devo
tion to her father, berold home and Dave
produced a visible em ct upon the audience.
The company fully sustained tho reputation
of tho management under which they
travel and gave the audience last night a
performance which could hardly havo been
Mr. Loslio Alleu, as tho former, Mrs.
Allen his wife, Mr. Harry Rainforth as tho
atmospheric painter and Miss Estelle Clay
ton in several characters, especially tho
first and the two last named, were just
splendid in their respective character.
Some flno souvenirs were distributed to
the aud'onco. Tho scenery used in tho
play was the company's own, especially
made for the play, and was ruagniucient.
The play will bo repeated to-night and
tho house should bo crowded from pit to
A doctor at Richmond says that if peo
ple will take a hath in hot whUkey and
rock salt twice a year they will never catch
a Cold. Until somebody has tried this new
remedy wo would s y: stick to the old
and reliable Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup.
True to Her Trust.
Too much cannot be said of the ever
faithful wile and mother, constantly watch
ing and caring for her dear ones, never neg
lecting a single duty in their behalf. When
they are assailed by disease, and the sys
tem should have a thorough cleansing, the
stomach and bowels regulated, blood puri
fied, and malarial poison exterminated, she
must know that Electric Bitters are the only
sure remedy. They sr the best and purest
medicine in the world and only cost fifty
cents. Sold by Hurry W.Si huh. (4)
.NEW AI KKilHMKMs!
Soilco In this colli mn Hi re Hue or W SScenli
iinolni-frtlon or f l.o) n r wuck.
poll KENT Ohm new five ro ;tn cottinre, on
1 CeiittT fttfeel i car iilti tschu 1 Aii v tn
J. MAitn s.
ffOK MALE. Ila-le r'" rhulrs, wu'li nanrts, la--
blunge. COMtU) ALUA, Sixth utri'. t
LV, HALK. a Mluuilnuer I'urlor (irin-5 or..
tavti. 7 U)) la luTlt-c-t .jnb'r. Will - o!d nt
a iiBri;in. Cnllouor uiltlrcr rare of Tribune.
I .10 R rtXNT. F(irn:i.liril room. EVycmh Pi.
ai.d VWintU'luQ avenue. J! US. FAKKALL.
L",OlM.AI.K.--nUiik. rhv.r ,: Murium-, Sp. ell
srmi ty and Wnrrautjr U.Haat niu Unlit-tin
Jo'j (iflice TS Ohio I.evuu
A Mt'S EM KNTS.
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
Thr. c N!.it Onlv.
Mi-;j& dec 11 P 13
Kmrai'ment (if thi' ("burrnirg Vnralbt, ('omedl
enr mid Kvr-rvtio l' Knvnrit",
MISS KATIE PUTNAM.
bupi.ortfd liv Hrr Own Coned Company, an
OicaBiJtatlon of AUt N ''ally Mer ctd
(or tin: I'rodtirtion of .Vli Putnam
MONDAY KVE, DEC. 11 Til.
SKuVottr.! Katie Putnam.
TUESDAY EVE. DE' 1 2TIJ.
ThkULD CUUIOSITY SHOP
I.ITTI KNELL j herfam'io I v .TIP ,,rTvi.,
TncMarehl-.ima5 dual roe j K A a I E I L T N A 31
WEDNESDAY EVE, DEC. 13TH.
The Child of the Regiment.
JOSEPHINE J- Ka, i, I'atnam
Mulc fud'!' tha lorortionnf Prof Hai.d.-I.
l'HICEM: ?5c. ."jec, tii lery i'x:. No extra chaigo
Ticket on eale at Lud'-r'a Jewelry More.
WEDNESDAY & IHTRSDAY,
December Gth & 7th.
The Sun 'till Shtnea on the Little Huuae. Act Iv.
Will preent lta grvn' New Yor mere of latt
Beacon, the erq'iMte domctlc drama.
By SJr Frar.c i IMcon Hiirnett and V.'. II, Oil
lettu, apr"e:itoil at to -Mad ion Square
Thi'a'r ' f ir oiif year
If there la anv pnihlli'y of any oihnr plav har
Inija rnnurli H ir,d Kirk. h d. t:io i iio rea
n hy Emi'ra'cln ou!d wit h tint nUy... Now
It reailv worltiy tho name i,f play Saw York
I- will undon'iledly run a long an Hazel Klrko,
aud for n 1Kb the aine rea-on. New Yo k Minr,
it I pure and ptral. -New York T'lhuuc
The I of a thoro ihly popular a irt. New York
Matl and Express,
vl hate emnt of lucre lie I th drama belerf
to tha naturalni'M aud ahnpllcitv. New York
It I entirely fren from all theatrical artlflre or
KUlU chiirms all who wltnefa It . New York Turf,
Field aud Farm.
A BEAUTIFUL DOMESTIC LOVE
frenc In North Carol na and Part. Produced
with epeciu! heeuery fircach act Irom tho Madlaoa
Admission 75: and Jl Oi reervel tea's Included.
Tlrkdta on aal at liader's r-atuniity iu a. m.
JEW FISH AND OYSTER DEPOT.
Having now perfected my arrangements to
supply the trade with
OYSTERS AND FISH,
I Can Now OllVr as Follows: Oystcra
Taken From the Shell Here Frcli
as From tlio Gulf.
Bawm Cook M N) per 100
" Sa Ine 1 a.1
" Himlno ;5 "
Oymor In lulk IU
Oyntnrs standards In cans 30 " ;
Ited Snapper pic. per th
Crokle " "
fchcep Head, Ac " '
Shrlmn. Lobtm. Cra'i Btid Turilei all In eaon
I.IHEKAL DISCOUNT TO TUB Tit AUK.
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