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THK DAILY OAIKO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 8, lS2.
l'HJi DAILY MJLLETIN
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fKluiAL PAPKK UP CITT AND COUNTT
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
yulce !u mm coKimn, oignt conu per line for
jlrntand till cent lior line etch uhnequent inter
ion. t-'or one week, DOcoiiU per line. For uue
n oulh, im cent par line.
60c per Can,
Extfa Selects, at DeBaun'i.
Ueceipt bcKtks, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured and for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
To all who are suffering from the errors
and in liscretioas of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will 6end a recipe that will cere you, fkke
OF chakge. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
Send a sell-addressed envelope to tho K.v.
Joseph T. Lsmax, Station D., New York
GOOD READING FOU THOUGHTFUL
SHOCLD BE CAREFULLY HEAD THAT COBBECT
CONCLCBIONS A? DB ARBIVED AT.
PAUL Q. 8CUUB.
Dear Sir: Recognizing tho fact that
there is to a certain extent, a mutual depen
dency existing between the professions of
pharmacy und medicine, and feeling that a
better understanding of the function and
duties of the two profession should be re
cognized and adhered to, we, of the medi
cal profession of Cai:o, object to the fre
quent habit of druggists ol thi city, of
diagnosing diseases and prescribing medi
cines, for the following reasons:
First. The science of pharmacy does
Dot include a knowledge of the science of
Second. You are violating the medical
practice act, by so doing, and robbing the
physici -ins of their legetimate 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 the matter of
refilling prescriptions without authority ot
the physicians who have writen them. The
above practice is injurious to both patient
und physicians; the patient often suflering
Iroin the effects of improper medicine, and
the physician because he is practically
held responsible for the action of the medi
cine lie did not prescribe,
Agiiu we hold that the original owner
of the prescription loses his ownership in
the same, ss soon as it is once filled and
placed on tile, and that he has no right to
demand thut it be tnk-n from the file an 1
be refilled, exc-pt by the order of the pr.'
bcribing physicians. We therefore ask j
you to discontinue the practice.
Alter due deliberation, we the under
signed iU"in'ers of the ''Medictl Associa
tion of Ciiro" hive revived not to patron
ize din-ctly or indirectly, any drougist,
virri sliull after tliis dte, lie known to pre
scribe fr any one requiring the rvices of
a physician, or whoso' I refill or dupli-at-prescriptions
witliou, thi written or verba'
au'horlty of the physician. Re-p-cttu'.iv.
W. R. Sit Til. Pr-s-. J. C.Scllivas. V. P.
G. G. Pahker.Sfx't. J. J. Cordis. J. H.
Bktast. C. vV. Dcssiso D. H. Parser.
J. ri. I'ETKIE.
To the Puhllc:
Although the above resolutions speak fr
themselves, and although any unpreji lice i
person can readily rea'l 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
10 years past and do not intend to deceive
it now, on tho contary, I will try, in the
futun, as have in tne past, to mind my
own business and attend to the wants of
my patrons to the best of my ability. I
am neither begging nor buying auy one's
patronage, but my aim is to please each
and every one, who kindly favors me with
their calls. Respectfully,
Paul G. Ben en.
Old Macliinpfy Castings Waited
at Rennie's new foundry for which the
highest prices will bo pai 1 in cash.
Call at No. 03 Ohio Levee.
tl John T. Kesnik.
Grand Opera Restaurant opposite
Opera House up stairs, Back entrance on
7th street. Oysters in every style. 11-26 tf
in market tit D-Baun's 50 Ohio levee.
A GOOD RESTAURANT.
If you want a g ) id meal call at Schoeu
mcyer's Restaurant cor. 10th st. and Wash
iuiMon Ave. Only 2r cents tor a regular
meal, and day boarders will find the best
accomodation on ruasonublc terms.
50c. per Can,
Extra Selects, at DeU uin's.
Lalies RMauriut opooaito Opera
Umbo. Gus Hitto proprietor, 1 1-2(1 tf
For OYsftna in any style go tho Grand
upura iie-taurant entrances on Commer
cial and 7th street. 11-20 tf
go to DeBaun'a, 50 Ohio levee.
New Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shoeing shop has been open
id by Mr. V Powers on Tenth street. All
manner of bUcksin thing and wagon work
none tooMer. Repairing work a specialty
worn aoae promptly. tf
t DoBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
Levers of uood oysters in Hny form should
. i m v i. A
nviKo it a point 10 can oh air. jonn a.
Dower, at the corner of Twelfth street and
Wellington avenue, who has just received
ami wm daily receive iari:e 101s 01 nnego
lect and serve them to all who may apply
either in runs nr nremueJ fur thn nalate
Hog snouts aid Umb tongues are also
served as may be desired. 18-5-0t
To Be Contiuued.
The business of the late Wm. Alba will
be continued by Mrs. Alb at the old place
Mr. Conrad Alb will have personal super
vision of the business and will see that it
is conducted in the future as it wss in the
pt, under thfi alo management of de
ceased, in a manner that will give the
greatest Htisfciioii to the patrons of the
establishment. A continuance ot tne cus
torn f the past is solicited.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
V ,,.,. I. th... omnmna ton Mflll T.mr line
l n k . I A . n ,1 ufh.iik.i. m l tkA n. nnl i f r.lrTl
Med to fvra-4 auy min's bus!aei interest are
Full line of Christmas goods at Buder's
at low figures. tf
Fine stock of Christmas goods, jewel
cry watches clocks snd silverware at John
A. Miller's. ' tf
School children will find TrtE Bulle
tin scratch-books Nos. 2 and 3 tor sale at
Phil Saup's candy stare. tf
A. Hally has a few more of the best
soft coal Base-Burners ever brought to
Cairo. Call and see him. 6t
Four yoke of straight work oxen,
weighing from 2200 to 2600 pounds, for
sale by Fred Keohler. Apply at once. 8t
Mr. Herman Meyers pet monkey sick
ened and died. Jack Frost was too much
for it or htm on her.
Diamond, and jewelery, latest styles;
gold and silver watches. French clocks
fec, &c. at John A. Miller's. tf
Solid silver and plated ware at St.
Louis prices. BuJer. tf
Elegant artist proof steel engrav
ings, 32x33 retail price, 15 each are
offered at a btrgain, apply at the Bulletin
Try John A. Miller's jewelery estab
lishmentJieforeyou mako your Holiday
purchases. He has anything you want and at
lowest prices. tf
The warden of the Joliet penitentiary
reputs to tho governor that on the 1st of
December th"r were 1,433 prisoners in the
institution. Ot these 1,413 are males ami
22 are females. During the month of
November 07 received, 70 discharged, 3
pardoned out, one taken out on habeas
corpus and oua died.
Genuine Fr-inch marble clocks,.gold
watches and diamonds at Buder's tf
The total receipts for fi ur weeks of
Mrs. Lmgtry in New York were $01,903-
63. So much paid by the public youths of
Gotlum as tribute to al'.eded beau'y.
Did anybody ever hear the story of the UQ-
wise person and his nvney and their par
Win'er d-corated the miny show
windows of our nwehan's in his own pecu
lur a 'jit jes eriay. He drw snowy car
tvns or l iirifa; diri4 ovrn(i if'y etrsry
U,"i Fr'!0:v.-p.i-2!-v-i, bl-iia fma ie
th? ra isjr f ifi..y artL-.a iipUj.l w:jal3
.il c- a'Bttfd t.l di? w.th t&A j.oi-a it- j
ix tit t rijft tt tz:nwn:XA th i
d -a -iUpUy r,f his o.i ?tUt. iltdl.
I: tu bi t u: if it lr.ori:-.T.
title 1T iht d.ii. t:,t rni .v io
men were reduced to r n plalo word th,
word would be "whisky." New Oriels
dispatches suTf.,t by the announcement of
the death there of a New York actress by
the use of "poisonous cosmetics' that at
least one physician in the country is suffi
ciently plain-spoken to give its true name
to tho cause which of all causes occasions
the greatest mortality and disease among
Governor elect Cleveland was given a
banquet in New York Tuesday evening by
the Manhattan Club. General Hancock
and stall wero among tho guesta. Gevernor
Cleveland Bpoke, but not as have been
speaking the Democratic newspapers all
over the country. Ho boasted of no "grand
triumph of Democratic principles." On the
contrary, he put the case as it is. He said :
"I am certain that the late demonstration
did not spring from auy pre-existing love
for the party which was culled to power,
nor did the peoplo placo the affairs of state
in our hands to be by thorn forgotten.
They voted for themselves and in their own
interests. If wo retain their confidence
wo must deserve it, and we may bo suro
they will call on us to givo an account of
In his annual roport presented to con
gress, the secretary of navy recommends
the appropriation of $3,550,000 for the con
struction of a Bteel ram, Bteel cruisers and
an iron dispatch boat. He deplores tho dis
appeal ance of the American ommcrcial
matiuo from the seaa, and recommends that
a largo compensation be given to American
ships carrying the mails, so as to assist in
checkingtheevilcomplalnedof. Mr. Chand
ler further suggests tho establishment of
a mercantile marine in the Navy Depart
menf, and intimates that if the United
Slates is to lose its earring trade there will
bu no need of a Dnvy to protect Its uier
chant vessels. He thinks tho fifteen mil
lions or so annudly appropriated for the
navy should in bucIi case be reserved for
Argus: "Mr. Wolfe, of the New York
store, is at Carondulet, called thither by
the sad news of the death of bis son-in-law
Hon. Herman J. Fisher, who was also a re
lative of wharfmaster Geo. Toore. The
Missouri Republican of .the 5th has the
following upon tho subject of his death
"Carondelet is mourning the death of Mr,
Herman J. Fisher, who died at daybreak
yesterday after an illiness of two yoars
and w hose remains will be interrod to-mor
row at 2 o'clock by the Masons, as ho was
a member of Good Hope lodge, No. 218
Mr. Fisher was successively a member of
the legislature, traffic agent ot the Iron
Mountain railroad, cashier of the Carondulet
saving bank and at the time ho was taken
ill was inspector of customs for the port of
St. Louis. His family are all adults."
Postmaster-General Howe in his an
nual report recommends that a system of
postal savings-tanks should beinaugurated
After cart ful study he has arrived at the
conclusion that the telegraph and postal sys
tems of t ne country should be included un
derono management, and that theonly pro
tecum of the public against multiplied ex
tortious is fr the government to assumo
exclusive control of the transmission of do
mestic messages. He considers tho tele
graph "too terrible a power to be wielded
by any other than the representatives of the
whole people." For tho first time in thir-fy-one
years the post-office has not been a
burden on the public treasury. After de
ducting all extra expenpes there was a net
surplus of receipts over expenses of f 330,
G50, while last year there was a deficiency
of $3,446,333. The estimated revenue for
the fiscal year l833-'84 is given at $50,670,-
458 and the estimated expenses at $46,741,-
111, which will leave a surplus revenue of
The regular meeting of the W. C. &
L. A. was well attended by both ladies
and gentlemen on Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. B. Y. Gorge gave the paper for the
day on the suggestive subject ''Shall our
Household Gods be R-gildel." In its
beautiful imagery and full ot thoughtful
ideas, iwas a poem both in finish and
strength. Ail who listened must have been
impressed with a desire to lise above the
worst that we meet in life, in spirit if not
able to do soin a physical sense. Mrs.East r-
day followed with a well written short
treatise on Housekeeping in theory and
practico and a sharp discussion by ladies
and gentlemen was the result, showing that
all were or had been affected at some time
with the practi e of a goodly virtue-helping
t" keep the home running smoothly. Several
new members were admitted anl a pleasant
afternoon closed with a social ta;k by all
there. The ladies would be pleased to
hive many more of their frienls present.
In the senate Wednesday, petitions
were presented to increase pensions of per
sons who have loit an arm or a leg in the
service. Kw.utioa w is a loptea calling
for a complete list of all persons on the
pension roll. Mr Infills a ldressed the
senate on 'he bmkruptcy bili, which wi-
finally hid over. In the bou-e a resolution
for an inquiry into tlie p ilitical assessment
scandal waj i.ff-red. Resolution was also
off-red cxl! 'rig on tae secretary of war for
toe nim-: "f objects referred to in the part
of the pr-i l-.-nt's m sige which discuss-s
r.v-rs vl hirborj. R.-solution to embody
in t! fx i: -offl :e bill a clause reducing
!ivr po-t2e to two rents was adopted.
Itt it. '!aion to lli'ribute the president's
nss." w ol 'p-'ed, in 1 the bill to re
fjs i 2V000 sxpea led in the common dt-
feme iv th-; f.iti of Grogiawas passed.
Majority ari minority reports on revnue
rodu' tion were presented.
Accorhng totac last report of United
States Internal Revenue Collector Rium,
the total internal revenue collected during
the last fiscal year wis $133,881,090. O.'
this amount Illinois p til considerably more
than any other state in the Union. Illinois
paid $29,251,950; New York, $19,414,430 ;
Ohio, $18,357,075; Kentucky, $10,529,834.
and tho remainder of states probably fell
below an average of two millions each. The
increase for tho last fiscal year over the year
preceding was $1,110,253; the amount col
lected during the fiscal year ending June
30 last from tha tax on distillod liquors
was $69,873,408, an increase of $2,720,434
over the receipts lor tho preceding year.
Tho tobacco tax of the last fhcal year was
$17,391,088, as against $42,854,091 the
preceding year. Fermented liquors paid a
tax during tho last fiscal year of $10,153,
020, and $13,700,241 the preceding year.
Banks and bankers paid during the last
fiscal year a revenuo tax of $5,258,453, and
for the preceding year $3,702,203. Theie
is a singular fact shown by U nun's report.
It is that the consumption of cigarettes is on
tha decrease. In 1373 the revenue derived
from that article was but $10,053. From
that figure it jumped rapidly each jeir un
til for 1811 it was $0!)2,98t. For the Ut
fiscal year, however, the receipts on account
of cigirettes wero $972,570, showing a de
crease of $-i0,4ll, which represents a large
falling off in cigarette consumption.
At this season of tho year, when this city
which is always more overrun with .'loose"
humanity than any other of her S7.c, is thus
overrun more than at any other tiire of the
year, the subject of increaHing tho police
fjneo by one or two men becomes of some
interest. The present force ia largo enough
for ordinary times; experience has proven
that, for the city has been very orderly; but
now, In consequence of having become the
head of navigation for the rest ot tho win
ter, Cairo will receive a large accession of
men whoso tastes, manners, and habits of
life are not ot tlio model kind, and make it
necessary that they should be watched over
and to bo restrained in order that society
in general may not be disturbed. Three
officers and a chief have done very good
servicu and can do considerable in a town
of ten thousand people with two or three
thousand additional of the 4'floating'' kind;
but they are human, just like common
people, Hud therefore it is very difficult for
them to bo everywhere all the time.
Navigation on the Mississippi river at
St. Louis is closed since yesterday, and
Capt. T. W. Shields is stopping all Anchor
lino boats at this point. Other boats will,
of course, follow suit as it is not safe to go
abi vo this point. While there are as yet
no sioiig of ico at St. Louis, there is no tell
ing how soon it may appear, and owners of
boats do not want to risk having their boats
ice bound. The closing of navigation at
St. Louis is a matter of considerable im
portance to Cairo. It means agreat increase
of railroad and steamboat traffic at this
point. Latge quantities of freight, which
was formerly loaded on boats at points
above here and passed by us without being
seen, must now be brought hero by rail
and transferred tosteamboats for reshipment
south, or be ferried across the river to con
tinue on its way by rail. And freight com
ing from the south going north and esst
must also pay its tribute to Cairo before it
cau continue on its way. In this way our
wharfboits and levee and depots and rail
road yards will be crowded with boats, cars
and freight and busy men. In consequence
of this our merchants will also experience
a littie bi'.om so wdl our officers of the
law and police courts.
"Esmeralda'' by the Madison Square
Theatie lorapany drew another good audi
ence to the Opera House last night. Many
of those who had seen it the night before
went again list night, which is the strong
est kind of evidence that they wero well
pleased, and that the play was good and
well executed. Last night as the night be
fore tlie audience was held spell-bound al
most throughout the performance and the
verdict rendered the night before wss em
pirically confirmed. Mr. Leslie Allen, as
"Elbert Rjgers," could not be improved
uyjn, an J Mr. Forrest Robinson, as "Dave
Hardy," a,'ain carried the audience away
with him in his powerful and natural im
personation of a grief-stricken lover. "Es-
nierald,'' Miss Viola Allen, aroused the
sympathy of the audience from the first,
s:id moved many to an exhibition of weak-
ne-iS which was amusing to those of strong
er natures, who could con
trol tteir feelings and keep
upperin jst in their minds the thought that
it was "only in the play." Ia yesterday
morning's issue, Mr. Harry Rainforth as
"Mr. E ist ibrook," Mis?es Fannie Clark
and Florence Barrett, as sisters to "Jack
Desmond," did not receivo the notice to
which iheir merit entitled them. They
were a hippy trio and always aroused the
audience from 'he apparent deep sadness
into which i' had been thrown by "Mr.
Rogeis," "Esmeralda" and "Dive Hardy."
I'tiey are all perfectly at home upon the
stage an 1 act as th mgh they were for the
first timj in their lives acting their respec
tive pans in a drama ot real life
nacted upon the word's stage.
Mrs. AlUn as "Mrs Rogers," could not have
been improved upon fxeept as to voice.
Ojr natunlly expects a woman in her part
to have a harsh, shrill voice, in keeping
with her cruel nature, but in ths execution
of the part Mrs. Allen did first rate. Mr.
B. F. Horning as 'Jack Desmond;''
Mr. B. F. Eberle as "George
Drew" and Mr. El ward Warren, as
the "Marquis," also deservo favorable men
tion because, though they took the minor
parts of tho play, they nevertheless at
tracted the attention of tho audience and
created favorable comment. On the whole
tlie play could probably not have been
improved upon; certainly the audience,
while In the theatre, was delighted (when
it wasn't crying) and went home in a most
pleasant framo of mind and fully convinced
that it had seen another ot the really excel
lent theatrical troupes in the country of
which but two or three have been here this
Robaris, of the Pulaski Patriot, soems
to favor tho abolition of the internal reve
nue tariff now. Before the election he
concurred with Mother Oglesby and other
Republican stumpers in the opinion that
the government needed all the revenue it
was forcing from the people and this, too,
in the face of the fact that tho report of
the secretary of tho treasury showed a sur
plus of over $145,000,000 in the federal
treasuty, or ten millions more than, ac
cording to thy report of Commissioner
Ilium, a synopsis of which is given else,
where, tho wholo internal revenue amount
ed to last year. Robarts, also, in conjunc
tion with Mother Oglesby and other Re
publican stumpers, denounced Democrats
in congress because they wanted a larger
reduction of tho taxes than tho little six
teen minimis made by the
Republicans; they naught to
have tho tariff ou woolen goods, trace
chains, and unmanufactured tobacco re
moved, bin when they found all their ef-
forts tu havo a reduction mado that would
not bean insult to tho people, in vain they
voted against tho littlo sixteen million per
fumery-paient-modiclne-clgsre t te-bank
check reduction bill, And this action
Robarts and Motbor Oglesby made the
UNREDEEMED PLEDGES FOR SALE!
idles, Gonts' Gold and Silver Watches, Chains, Rings, Diamonds, Bracelets etc., 1
F A It N BAKER & CO.,
Lmensod Pawnbrokers, 7th street, between Commercial and Washington avenues.
ground for tho assertion that Democrats
wanted to ruin the government by abolish
ing the revenue necessary to its maintain
once, and that if they couldn't have free
whisky and tobacco, thoy wouldn't
agree even to a small reduction.
Then Robarts denounced any effort to
remove the tax on whiskey and tobacco,
and wrongfully charged Democrats with an
attempt to do this, because- he thought this
would be popular. Now he announces with
every evidence of satisfaction that Kelly
'Pig Iron" Kelly of the wa s and means
committee, intends to have tho entire inter
nal revenue abolished; and ho now applauds
what formerly ho denounced as ruinous
and infamous. That tlie entire internal
revenue could easily bo spared by the gov -ernment
is apparent in view of tho largo
surplus in the treasury; but ttio wis lorn of
abolishing it is another thing, and a very
doubtful thing. If the internal revonue
system ba abolished the government will
need nearly all it recoives from o'her
sources if the extravagant Republican
party remains in power and no reduction
could then be made nn -the tariff on im
ports. In other words it would bo giving
us free whisky and tobacco, which but few
want and none nuglit to have, and would
rivet upon the necessaries of lite, the
sugar, rice, woolen und cotton goods
used by every family, the outrageous duties
imposed by the tariff. This is what Robarts
is now in favor of what "Pig Iron" Kelly
is iu favor of, It is a scheme by the pro
tectionists to withdraw from the govern-:
ment the revenue from luxuries and com
pel it to keep up the present tariff upon
necessaries. It may be that the present
Republican congress will carry out this
questionable scheme, but if it does we'll be
sure to have auothi r '82 in 84.
We havo received the following card
which explains itself :
REV. AND MIIS. J. A. SCARRITT
desire your presence
at the marriage of their daughter
Geogre Parsons, Jr.
Methodist Episcopal Church
Corner of Eighth and Walnut Streets, Cairo,
Wednesday Twelve o'clock M. December
Eighteen hundred and eighty two
Tho parties to this pleasant affiir do not
require any introduction from The Bulle
tin. They are bo:h among the best and
most favorably known in the city. Mr.
Parsons came among us about a year ago
and almost from the day of his arrival he
has been a prominent favorite in the best
society in the city. To his liberal, sociable
spirit our young people are indebted for
many pleas it t little parties and feasts in
tho past. But he has also shown his en
terprise and good ju Igement in a. business
way and added to the woalth of the city
and the improvement of her real estate,
thus becoming pecuniarily i ntercsted and a
P 'rmanent citizen among m. Miss. Scar
ritt the only daughter of Rev. and Mrs.
Scarrltt, is an exemplary young lady in
every way. Like her intended, she has
been here but a short time, but is one of
our society favorites. Her very admirablo
disposition, her many good qualities of mind
and heart, as well as her talent in various
ways, has made for her friends of all with
whom she has met, and one of the consider
ations which makes Mr. Parson's departure
from the maic circle of the single ttTTera
ble,is that he will thereby rctsin Miss. Scar
ritt among us permanently. Tho union of
these two young pioplo will bo a notable
society event to which their many friends
will look forward with much pleasure.
This delightful littlo creature, with a
fine combination will open at tho Opera
House Monday night next, remaining three
nights only presenting tho Old Curiosity
Shop, Lena the Madcap and the Child of
Lena will be presented tho opening night
and is a sorio comic Drama in five acts
which is calculated to enablo Miss Putnam
to appear to best possible advantage.
Tickets are on sale nt Buder's. Popular
prices 75, 50 and 25 cents including re
Tha "Dsnbory N'own Man" and Katio Putnam.
Dear Sin: I cheerfully comply with your
requost for my opinion ol tho artistic
merits of Miss Katie Putnam. I cau say,
as it is so evident to all, that her acting is
artistic without being unnatural; rollicking
without being offensive; sentimental with
Sho is observant of human nature, faith
ful to every detail, and going into the piece
with a true conception of tho character, she
combines every excellence, and achieves a
In tho dual character of Littlo Nell and
the harum scarum Marchioness, she brings
her qualities into the best play, and demon
strates beyond cavil that her genius is of the
Everybody in Danbury who saw Miss
Putnam at tho Opera House waB delighted
with her. and already we are looking for
ward to hor return. I know of no actress
who has given tne satisfaction and pleasure,
Miss Putnam did on her visit here.
J. M. Bailit.
A Vexea Clerg-yman.
Even the patience of Job would become
exhausted were ho a preacher and endeav
oring to interest his audience while they
were keeping up an incessant coughing,
making it impossible for him to be heard.
Yet, how very easy can all this be avoided
by simply uuing Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, Coughs and Colds. Trial
liottles given away at Harry W. 8chuh's
drug Btore. )
D. F. Moroan, of Clay city, 111, writes
his wife was subject to attacks of sick and
nervous headache, and was entirely cured
by Brown's Iron Bitters.
and myself, great sufferers from Catarrh,
have been cured by Elys' Cream Balm.
My sense of smell reatorcd and health
greatly improved. C. M. Stanley, dealer
in booth and shoes, Ithica, N. Y.
Notlcei In thl column three Unci or lcni 25 cents
one Insertion ur $1 00 per wuek.
"POK H ALE Baib.T' chatrii, wh ttandi, ta
X bleu Ac. COSE AD ALBA, Slxtb street
KALK.A Shonlntfer farlor Orjrn-5 oc-
tve, 7 top-1n perfect order. Will be old at
Vkkliffe' U"oaor M'" er of Tribune,
IOH i RKXr.-Farnlfhfd room. Eleycuth fit.
and WsainKionvenuo. MKS. FAHKALL.
rjKALR.-Bliiikf.Chatt Morgiigrg, Hpeclal
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
Three Nlfjhti Only.
Mr. DEC 11 12 13
Enssaemotit of the Charming Vocatlit, Comedi
enne and Kverybod e Favoriio,
MISS KATIE PUTNAM.
Supported by Her Own Comedy Company, an
Oif.'nlratlon of Ai-tlnte !-p-cilly Seuctad
fur the Production of illn Futoim
monday eve, dec. 11 th.
lWA SbanjosXi Katie Putnam.
TUESDAY EVE, DEC. 12TU.
The OLD CURIOSITY SHOP
WEDNESDAY EVE, DEC. 13TIL
The Child of the Regiment.
JOSEPUIXE .ftf Katio Putnam
MubIc I'nde' the Direction of Prof Handel.
PUU Es: 75c. 3ftc, (i lenr 2.V. No extra chaige
Ticket on rale at Budc-r'i Jowelry nore.
Commercial Avenue and Eiffhth .Street
F. BROSS. Premdent. I P. NFT. Vice Prei'ut
U. WELLS, Casulor. T. J. Kerth, Ain't cash
F. Bros . Cairo I William Ktiite. .Cairo
Peter Noft " I Wllli im Wolf.... "
CM Onterloh " I O. (). l'atler "
K.A.Buder " It. Welle '
J, Y. Clem'on, Caledoula.;
A GENERAL BAXKIXH HCSINRB8 DONE.
Exchange fold and bouijht. Intoroet pulil li
the Savings Department. (Jolk'ctlone made and
all huslnecs promptly attcu-.Vd to.
JEW FI:n AXD OYSTER DEPOT.
Having now perfected my arrangement! to
uppl? tho trade with
OYSTERS AND FISH,
I Can Now Offer as Follows: Oysters
Taken From tho Shell Hero Fresh
as From tho Gulf.
Ba ou OfcokB BO per 100
" Na'lnug..... l.! "
" llttdino 7 "
OyMori In bulk fin
Oystermtandardi la cans 80 " .1
Red Snapper inc. per lb
Croklon " "
8ueep Hoad, Ac " '
Shrlmoa, Lohnt'M!. Cra-p and Tnrt!e all In caaon
LIBERAL DISCOUNT TO TUB TRADE.
O O A. L
D Stoves 33
No. 27 J) 8th St.
S Tinware. ' 8