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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 9, 1-882.
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Itf.STKKKD AT TUB CAIRO rOBTOFFICR FOK
tRASSMJSSION TUROCGH TBS MAILS AT SEC
OND CLASS RATES.
OtYlvuab PATER OK CITV AND COUWTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
otirt limn column, eiRnt eenu per line for
IrMaudave cenu par line eicb fUbteqaent loer
Inn. t ot one wtrk. SOceul per lino. For one
n oath, HO cent per Hoe.
50c per Can,
Extra Selects, at DeUauu's.
Ileeeipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured aud for sale atthe Cairo Bulletin
To all who are sutToring from the errors
and in discretions of youth, nervous weak
nets, early decay, loss of tnanbood, &c, I
will send a recipe that wi'dece V". fuee
op cuakoe. This great remedy was
discovered by a mmis'er in South America.
Send a selt-addre8ed envelope to the K.v.
Joseph T. InMas, Station I)., New York
GOOD READING FOR THOUGHTFUL
BHoCLD BE CAREPCLLT READ THAT COBKECT
. CONCLUSIONS MAT BE ARRIVED AT.
PAUL Q. SCUL'H.
Dear Sir: Recognizing the fact that
there is to a certain extent, i mutual depen
dency existing between the protessions of
pharmacy and medicine, and feeling that a
butter understanding of the function and
duties of the two profession should be re
cognized and adhered to, we, of tho medi
cal profession of Cairo, object to the fre
quent habit of druggists ot thi. city, of
diagnosing diseases and prescribing medi
cines, for the following reasons:
First. Tho science of pharmacy does
not include a knowledge of the science of
Second. You are violating the medical
practice act, by so doing, and robbing the
physiciins of their legitimate business.
Third. You are practising deception
upou the sick ; therefore wo 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 of
the physicians who have writen them, The
above practice is injurious to both patient
and physicians; the patient often suflering
from the effects of improper medicine, and
the physician because 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, as soon as it is once filled and
placed on (He, and that he has no right to
demand that it be taken from the tile and
be refilled, exc-pt by tho order of the pro
scribing physicians. We therefore ask
you to discontinue the practice.
After due deliberation, wh the under
signed members of the "Medical Associa
tion of Ciiro" have resolved not to patron
ize directly or indirectly, any druggist,
who 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 written or verbal
authority of the physician. Rexpecttullv,
W. R.Sm th, Pres. J. C. Sullivan, V. P.
G. 0. Parker, Sec 't. J.J.Gordon. J. H.
Bryakt. C. V. Dc.nsiko. D. H. Pareeh.
J. S. t'KTHIE.
To the Public:
Although the above resolutions speak for
themselves, aud although any unprejudiced
person can readily reail bmween the lines
the re d motives prompting the Cairo Med
ical Association to Wsuu such a proclama
tion, I feel like making a few remarks:
I, lor my part, do not know that I have
been deceiving the public (luring the last
li) yetrs past and do not intend to deceive
it now, on the c;ntary, I will try, in the
futur . as I hive in tne past, to mind my
own Lupine ntid attend to the wants of
ray pitrons to the bmt of my ability. I
am neither BEnoixo nor buying any one's
patron ge, but my aim is to please each
and every oue, who kindly favors ma with
their calls. Respectfully,
Paul G. Schuh.
Old Machinery Castings Waited
at Kennies new foiiulry for which the
highest prices will be pit I in cash.
Call at No. Do" Ohio Levee.
tl John T. Rkn.nie.
Gh and Opera Kosuurtut opposite
Opera H u-o up stairs, Hu:k en'raox' on
7ih street. Oyt'-n in every stylo. 1 1 -20 tf
in market at D. Bum's 50 Ohio leree.
A GOOD RESTAURANT.
If you want a go id meal call at Schoen
muyer's Restaurant cor. 10th st. and Wath
inton Ave. Only 25 ceut lor a regular
meal, and day boarders w ill find the best
accomodation on reasonable terms.
50c. per Can,
Extra Selects, at DeB, tin's.
La lies Riitaumt opposite 0ora
House. (Jus Iiitto proprietor, 11-2(1 tf
For OimtEiw in any style go the Grand
Opera Re-taurant Entrances on Commer
cial and 7th street. 11-20 tf
go to DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
Now Blacksmith Whop.
A new horse shoeing shop has been open
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uj .in. i . t uwere in lunin street, ah
man hit of bUckstn thing and wagon work
Anna A ,iAr Itunui,,.. .....!.,. ..
Work dons promptly. tf
at De Ratio's, JJ6 Ohio levee.
A brick housn.containing flvo rooms, at
the corner of Twenty-fifth stroet and IIol-
brixik avenue. Apply to George Koehler,
at the business houses ot Goldstino & Rose
water. EXCELSIOR! YOUNG, BUT AHEAD
OF THEM ALL!
At Fred Hofheinz's new saloon oa north
side of Eight street, in the Herbert build
ing, a floe, lartre, varied, hot, free lunch it
set every morning at 0:30 o'clock and a
full stock of liquor and cigars, only of the
best brands, is constantly kept on tup. Fred's
saloon is one of the new institutions, but
Fredis an experienced man at the business
and will make all who call on him feel
jolly and at home.
Fine stock of Christmas goods, jewel
ery watches clocks and silverware at John
A.. Miller's. tf
Lovers of good oysters in any form should
mike it a point to call on Mr. John A.
Bower, at the corner of Twelfth street and
Washington avenue, who has just received
and will daily receive large lots of fane se
lect and serve them to all who may apply,
either in cms or prepare 1 for the palate.
IIo snouts and lamb tongues are also
served as may be desired. l2-5-6t
Diamond?, and jeweltry, latest styles;
old and silver watches. French clocks
&c, &c. at John A. Miller's. tf
To Be Continued.
The business of the late Wm. Alba will
be continued by Mrs. Albi at the old place.
Mr. Conrad Albi will have personal super
vision of the business and will see that it
is conducted in the future as it was in the
past, under the able management of de
ceived, in a manner that will give the
greatest satisfaction to the patrons of the
establishment. A continuance of the cus
tom of the pt is solicited.
Try John A. Miller's jewelery estab
lishment before you make your Holiday
purchases. He has anything you want and at
lowest prices. tf
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In the eoinmna, tun cents per Una,
4h insertion and whethor marked or not, if caleu
lited to f iw-d any nun's tmetnnas Interest are
always paid for.
Mr. George Koehler, of Goldstine &
Rosen water's, has a brick residence toi rent.
See special locals.
The first Aochor-liuo boat was laid up
at this p rt yesterday. Others will follow
as rapidly as they arrive.
Miss Pierce, of Columbus, Ky., haB
been in the city since Thursday, visiting
her cousin, M: . Flowers.
Schoolchildren will find The Bclle
TtN scratch-books Nob. 2 and 3 lor sale at
Phil Saup's candy stare. tf
We aro to have warmer temperature
here to-day and probably snow. So siys
Sergeant W. II. Ray.
There is ice in tho river at St. Louis.
Yesterd ly morning it was reportod to be
flouting quite heavily.
A general heavy rise of temperature
was reported from all points in hst even
ing's weather bulletin at this station.
B-trlow and Wilson's minstrels are
billed for the Cairo Opora House after the
Ivitie Putnam performance on the 18th
Just received a large stock of fine
opera glasses, pearl and other kinds, for
sale and hire; also fine jewelry, watches,
clocks and plated ware, at Buder's jewelry
fc-The Wabash road has been handling
s me of the" freig'it cars of the famous new
road known as the "Nickel-Plate" road,
which has 'the finest rolling stock of any
road in tho country.
-A young woman in Oil City possesses
a ba-s voice with a compass to D fl it in the
bass cleff. It is unJersto od that when this
girl asks her young man if he loves her as
much to-day as he did last Thursday, he un
hesitatingly repiles in tho affirmative.
jpA. Hally has a few tnoro of the best
soft coal Base-Burners ever brought to
Ciro. Call and see him. fit
Mr. Fred Hofheinz, of the new 8th
street sil on, talks to all lnven of hot free
lunches an I fine liqu rs and cigars, through
the special local column of The Bulletin
The horse attached to one of the deliv
ery wngons of the New York store, while
being driven slowly down Eighth street
toward Commercial avenue ytsterdty, sud
denly fell down just in front of Magistrite
Comings' office, breaking one of the shafts
but doing no further damage. Being un
hitched, he got up again apparently all
Elegant artist proof steel engrav
ings, a2x38 retail price, $15 each are
offered at a bargain, apply at the Bulletin
At the recent farewell dinner to Her
bert Spencer, Henry Ward Bjecher made, a
stirring address which not tho scientists
wild with enthusiasm, among them Prof.
Youmans, who clasped Biecher by tho
shoulders no 1 exclaimed: "Buecher, you
are tho greatest mn on this continent."
Beecher responded: "Profesior, you forget
yourself." What shiw Yjunnns aud
needier will travel with next season has
not been decided upon.
Alexander county, Illinois, and Missis
sippi county, Missmri, and Billard county,
Ky.,Uo not luonopoliz i tho raising of vege
table monatroiities, etc. Such would seem
to appear from the following item in the
Anna isriner and Fruit Growor of this
week: "Tho past season has been a re
markable ono for monstrosities in the fruit
and vegetable line. The castor-bean stalk,
eight and a half feet tall, Is acurious'.iy,
and fiabeot) commented upon by all -who
have visited our office. Now wo have two
huge rsdishe.', which aro tho center ot at
traction. One weighs 8J pounds, and the
other 0 pounds. The smaller one very
much ropresonts a dressed turkey. They
wero raised by Mrs. C. M. Hlleman, and
will in a few diys bj sent to Chicago
Albert Sanders was hanged at Charles
ton, Mo., Yesterday. Ho was a negro who
bad murdered another negro named Moses
Wing, at Bird's Point, about a year ago.
An account the murder was published in
these columns at tho time. Both men were
employes of Mr. Stephen B rd at Bird's
Point, Mo. Sanders died bravely.
Tho hanging was attended by a large con
course of people, many of them colored,
who, if reports are true, enjoyed the aff.iir
about as much as they would a barbacue.
The body was brought to Bird's Point for
burial, where the family of Sanders re
Years ago, not so many ei'her, as she is
still young, Miss Katie Putnam was a citi
zen ot Cairo, and at'.ecded schojl nere.
Af'erwards she was a close student at Notre
D.ime College and graduated with honors.
She is sprightly and bright, and disperate
ly in love with her profession. Miss Put
nam has many warm friends among the
la lies-of this city, aud whenever she ap
pears hete, she is sure of a full house and a
warm welcome. There is soino talk of
giving her a reception during her sojourn
among us, should it be decided upon due
notice will be given Monday, TueeJay
and Wednesday llth 12th and 13th inst,
at the Opera House appears Miss Katie
Putnam in 6ome of her best pieces. Lena
the Mad Cap, Old Curiosity Shop, and
Child of the Regiment will bo presented in
the order in which they are written. Tick
ets now on sale at Buder's at 15, 50 and
A set of valuable jewelery, brooch and
earrings, nave mysteriously disappeared
from a trunk in the house of Mrs. Charles
Pfifferling, on Seventh street, near Com
mercial avenue. Ttn brooch had forty
five small diamond sets and was of beautiful
workmanship. Tho ear-rings were of a pat
tern to m itch. The whole was kept 10 alarge
trunk in ono of the first-floor rooms of the
bouse and the trunk was constantly locked.
About a week ago Mrs. Pfirltirling lost a
bunch of keys of which the trunk-key was
one; she had s.'en the jewelery last Siturday
and when she went to the trunk yesterday
it was still locked, but upon opening it the
jewelery was gone. The case is the . more
mysterious because the trunk storjd where
Mrs. Pfifferling and other members of the
futility siw it almost every day. The
jewelry is valued at over a thousand dol
To our friends at home an 3 abroad:
we earnestly elicit your.rareful considera
tion of hi our clearing proclamation.
With a view of a general change b-for-j
the spring opening and in order to reduce
our largo and complete stock we are deter
mined to make unusu il sacrifices in price.
To those purchasing drees goods we off.-r
special inducements. We hive a full stock
of new an 1 desirable fabrics, such as b:a?k,
and colored Silks, Satios, Marvelieur, and
Sstin de Lyons, black, and colored C-ish-meres;
an I novelty goods in several styles.
As an additional attraction we giro a late
style domestic patterns with every dres
purchased. You have only to see our stock
of Brmells 3 ply and ingrain Carpets und
know our f riceswhen jou can not but take
advantage of the unusual bargains. We give
prorainance to bargains in all the depart
ments such as Table Linen Towels, Napkins,
Blankets, Comforts, Fancy goods Hosiery,
Unlerwear, &c. This is no advertising
dodge to gtin trade, but assertion of
plain facts the truth of which you cannot
but appreciate if you will kindly accept
our invitttion to call and examine tho in
ducements offered in closing. We desire to
impress on your mind that our number is
124 Commercial ave. an 1 the stylo of the
firm is the well known public servant.
2; J. BtjROER, Cairo, M.
Paducah News: "Althugh it has been
near a week since H. .1. Snart suicided st
the Richmond house by shooting himself
twice, Mill nothing further has been learned
of the diseea.seil, nor has any word been
received by Mr. Chas. Heed in answer to
tho teli gnitus or letter Bent to parties in
New York, per instructions in Stuart's
notes to hitn. In consequence of this fact
and also tho additional fact that the bag
gage of the deceased, said injhis note to Mr.
Reed to have been left in Cairo, cannot bo
found, taken into consideration with tho
fact that he left no papers or anything else
by which ho could bo identified other than
the name In registered under an 1 signed
to the notes, the suspicion held by many
immediately after his aaicide, that there
was something more than illness which
prompted tho deed, is growing in tho
minds of those who have eiven the suicide
their attention. Nevertheless, tin re aro
thoso who contend that Stuart, as his ap
pearance and conduct about the hotel and
city Indicated, was a gentleman and also
that no reason existed at all for writing In
his notes to Mr. Rued what ho did if ho
wished to die in obscurity. Theao bolievo,
and it is to bo hoped they are right, that in
time tho apparent mystery connected with
Stuart's death aud tho cause will bo fully
explained, and then, it will bo known that
a deceased body and a depressed spirit
prompted the deed.
Johns m Fisher is a negro teamster of
unenviable reputation as ruffian. lie is a
shoulder-hitier so to speak, and is proud of
it. Yesterday lid drove down to tho Wa
bash freight depot for somo freight, r.nd
thero got into a quarrel with another dark
ey, a young iciiow a mere uoy m years
ani in physical develnpement by compari
son with him and who was also there
with a team for the same purpose as John-
ion. .It is needless to say that ugly names
wero passed between tho two, and to those
who know Johnson, it is also needless to
say that the quarrel lead to blows quar
rels in which Johnson takes a prominent
part generally do; and i' is further need
less ti say that the fact that Johnson's
antagonist was a mere bey, did
not prevent Johnson from striking
his best blow. Tha boy received a
stunner right in thn mouth, which sent two
of his front teeth down his throat, and the
blood snurting from his lips. Johnson was
arrested and fined ten dollars and costs by
Magistrate Comings, which he thought
very unjust in view of tha fact that he had
only "acted in self-defense." Johnson is
the same who, some years ago, made a das
tardly assault upon Circuit Clerk lrvin;he
is a brave man, and in tho case of yester
day he would have dared to do just what
he did, even hid tha boy been twice as lit
tle. Cold weather has laid everything low
in the city excepting trade in overcoats
and woollen goods generally. Work on tho
new houses going up in the city has stopped:
work on the levee was stopped; work on tho
ice factory's water-supply p'pe was stopped :
out-door work of nearly every kind is
stopped. Cold weather is a wondorful
cloter-up of things generally. As a
closer-upof front doors of every kind, it is
more effectual than a Sunday law, and as
a closer-Upol theatres because of small au
dience, it would be more effectual than
snide performers and performances in
fact, with a Cairo audience, cold weather
can counteract the best attraction in a
theatrical way that could bo offered, as was
evident from tho last audience which greet
ed the Madison Square company. But
while old weather has all these effects
upon the amusement, business and mechan
ical world, it also touches with a blighting
hand the criminals in the city that is,
criminals of the milder sort. The drunk
ard, with his uual allowance ot whisky
under his belt, can brace up to a 2:40
bretz-j from tho north, and walk as
steady as B.ll Lee, when, under a Riildor at
nvtsphete, he would double up like a well
Uied disb-rag and drop into the
first gutter. The user of "language
calculated to provoko a breach of the
peace," whose ton'ui wags persistently
with disgusting eloquence when the ther
mometer stands at 80 degrees above zero,
bjcomes su idenly tongue-tied when the
mercury goes down to ten, much to the re
lief of deceot people in general. And
those troublesome crea ures whoso names
appear upon the police docket under the
head of "disorderly," or "Chapter V., Sec
tion 12, R"vUe l Ordinances," aro missed
entin ly from the police court,-nut that they
are no longer "disorderly," for they are;
but tliey are 'disorderly'' quietly, secretly,
and avoi i bting "cau,'ht in the act." In
this way cold weather also seriously affects
the police courts and tho officers, who miss
their fees: and the jailor, who misses the
board-bill ; aud tho city, which saves all
these fces and things, misses tho expene
with much pleasure. Tbere is some good
even in a blistering cold wave.
The clothing and furnishing houso of
Mr. M. Werner was broken
into and robbed early yes
terlay morning by two fellows whose
whereabouts is at this writing s'till unknown
to the officers. Entrance was effected by
breaking out tho lower portion of ono of
the large front-door panes of glass, making
a hole just large enough for a man of me
dium slz-j to crawl through. What was
taken is not exactly known, but two suits
of rags, complete from shoes to hat, under
wear and all, wero left by tho burglars;
and from the manner in
which tho show-windows, shel
ves and counters and drawers had been
ransacked, proved conclusively that they
had arrayed themselves in new complete
outfit of the most stylish and substancial
kind. Two vulice were also missing and,
of course, they were not taken , away emp
ty. It is known that a number of silk
handkerchiefs and silk neck-tics and sev
eral hats, are gone, but of thjir valuo no
estimate can be made, neither can the valuo
of tho clothing taken be approximated.
But it is known from tho condition of the
stock generally when tho store was opened
in tho morning, that the thitw went about
their business very deliberately and with
out much fear of detection; that
they helped themselves to all they
thought they could uso aud wero even
particular to get a good fit, and fas'iiona
bio cut ami a quality that would not bo
"sneered at." Watchman Merriman, who
is the special night-watchman of the house,
reports that he passed by the front door
about 8:30 o'clock and found everything
as usual, Hnd when he returned about half
nn hour afterwards, the damage had been
donn aud tho thieves had flown. He gave
the alarm at onco, but no trace of tho fel
lows could bo seen anywhore In tho neigh
borhood. Traces of blood on goods han
dled by the thievei and inside of one of (be
hats tried on, is proof that one of them at
least cut hi. hands and head
UNREDEEMED PLEDGES FOR SALE1
o,vCehIBeTo2l,,Von.sJ.m',VUmm,l 115 C0,t 'W l0' M"VOr WSlCU l"" r"C" ' ". SwU.
PARNBAKEtt & CO., Licensed Pawnbrokers.
in entering through the broken
glass. Chief Myers examined the rags
left by the thieves and recognized them as
those worn by two young fellows with
whom ho had talked, and whom he had
watched with some suspicion the day before.
Strenuous efforts are being by the officers
to run the fellows down, and we hope they
will succeed in bringing them to justice, a
smill robberies have been quite frequent of
late nd because of any fault of the sever
al police officers in the city, however, so far
as we have been able to see.
The prediction ot The Bulletin
with reference to what General Pavey
would probably do in the matter of retain
ing or dismissing the clerical force in his
office when he took charge, are about to be
verified; some change or cbauuea Hre about
to be made the "cleaning out" which the
General said would be necessary seems
about to begin the indefinite period of
time implied by his cautions "for tho pres
ent," seems to have expired. But tho Gen
eral has a very original way of doing the
thing. Partly, perhaps, because ho wouy
practice what is taught in the old saying
'don't waste your dirty water until you
have clean," or words to that etf.-ct, und,
partly because he wishes, in a delicate way,
to give warning to tin pres nt incumbents
that the official guillotine is ready for its
ghastly work and that official heads will
soon fall, for either or for both these reasons
the General has, at least in one instance, pro
cured the successor before he has dis
missed the iucutubcrU. And it is not a S'.cret
either; it has been published in tho papers
of Williamson county, though it has es
caped our eye, that Mr. W. II. Eubanks,
county clerk of that county, has been offer
ed, litis accepted, and will soon asume
the duties anl responsibilities of, a
position under General Pavey in the
collector's office in tho custom house at
this point. This much is known; Mr.
Eubanks, makes no bones of it; it is matter
ot common talk among the common people
of Mr. Eubanks' home. It is also known
among tho clerks in General Pavey' office
hero it is matter of common talk in the
custom house; but, strangely enough, so
far as we have been able to learn, no one
knows whose place Mr Eubanks is to take,
and here is where the General has shown
his cruel wisdom his deep cunning;
here is whero he kills all the birds
of his little flock with a
single atoue: he makes each expect that
his head is the one aimed at, and thus he
leads them all to prepare for the worst,
which all, or nearly all, will probably soon
have to face. This turn of affairs is not a
a surprise to us at all, but it will be to
some, who firmly believed all too time that
General Pavey would not dare to do that
which he bad only dared to intimate he
would do. But we are under tho impres
sion that greater surprises still await the
people of this city particularly, and tho peo
ple of the district generally. Wo aro un
der the impression that thero haB been a
strong, steady effort made ever sinco the
election, by prominent Republicans in every
part of this district, to accomplish agennr&l
upheaval in tho custom house hero to give
it a "cleaning up" as General Pavey would
put it, from basemont to turrott. And we
"havo a letter in our pocket which" no,
wo have sevehal lettors snugly stowed
away in our desk, which well, which
bear us out very strongly in our belief and
which would, if published, (this in a
purely Pickwickian sonse) just raiso the
devil generally In custom houso official
"A COWARDLY OUTRAGE."
"Tho first of tha week a rumor reached
us that Mr. John Hisey, traveling salesman
for Stratton & Bird, of Cairo, Illinois, and
nophow to our Mr, Isaac Hisey, had been
brutually assaulted and boa'on while on a
trip down tho river. We took some pains
to learn the particulars of tho affair which
aro In tho main, as follows: On Thursday
night of last wock, Mr. Hisey put up at a
tavern near Point Pleasant, somo distance
bolow New Madrid. Ho made arrange
ments for a team to tako him and another
drummer some distsnco into the country.
About dusk some o'ne came to the tavern
aud called him out. He went without
thinking of danger, but as ho stepped on
tho ground he was confronted by a man
with a shot gun, who ordered him to throw
up his hands while at the Barue time a
second man struck him on the forehead
with a pair of brass knuckles. Tho blow
so stunned Hisey that he remembered lit
tie more. But wheu found he was terribly
cut up, having nine ugly wounds about the
head and face and bis hands gashed In a
cruel manner, done, it is supposed, in his
efforts to knock off the blows of the villain
with the knuckles. Mr. Hisey 's wounds
were dressed and he was sent to Cairo on
tho first boat. We are happy to state that
he is not dangerously injured although he
is not ablo to leave his room. He had no
mouey on his person so the would-be rob
bers were frustrated in their design. No
arrests havo been made up to the present
time so far as we have heard."
Notlri In thlt column three tine or leu 45 centi
oo insertion or f 1 oj ptr wevic.
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hlCft&c CONRAO AI R Rl.-h
P 'K HALK. A Hhonlntrer l arlor Oriin 5 oc
Uve. 7 top In perfoct urdor. Will be old at
a bargain, tall on or add rem care or Tribune,
IOR R?Nr -Fnrnlnbed root. Klrrenth St.
. and Waatunuton avenue. .VKS. PAKKALL.
VOK BALK. Illanka. Chatt: ilorgsget, Special
a warranty and Warranty Ilt-edi at ttie Lulletin
Job ofllce 7S Ohio Levee
TVAN I ED. Situation aa enk In holol nr r-etan-"
rant; ne no ohjoctl n to f rat claM family bv
acomeu-ntladvcoo. Pieano a'n-fM In fore
noon. MKSJ.K. at Ureen Tre H ue.
VAN"fED COOK.-Toteke charge of k tchen
" and dn coi kl g for prbate famllv. Fur Dartlc-
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u:an impure ai DUllellD omca,
CAIRO OPERA IiOUSE.
Three Nights Only.
Engagement of the Charming Vocalist, Comedi
enne and Everybod Favonto,
MISS KATIE PUTNAM.
6npported bv Her Own Comedy Company, to
OiRanlzatlon of Arttats Sp-C!Jly Sel cted
for the Production of MUa Putnam
M9NDAYEVE, DEO. 1 lTH.
t Katie Putnam.
TUESDAY EVE, DEC. 13TII.
The OLD CURIOSITY SHOP
WEDNESDAY EVE, DEC. 13TH.
The Child of the Regiment.
J08EPUI'E "g'SaSce Katie Putnam
Mimic Under the Direction of Prof. Humid.
PKK'EH: 75c, M)c, Oailerv SSc. No extra chaige
Tickets on tale at Budur'i Jewelry store.
jBW nH AND.OYSTKK DEPOT.
navlngnow perfected my arrange ma tits to
supply tho tr.ido with
OYSTERS AND FISH,
I Can Now Offer as Follows: Oysters
Taken From the Sboll Hero Fresh
as From tbo Qulf.
Baron Cooks 11.10 per 100
" Hailne 191
" Baalno ..." 75 "
Oysters In b-dk W "
Oystori standards In cans 0
Red Snapper 10c. per lb
Croktes " 11
Sbeep Head, AO ....... . " " ,
fihrlmrs, LobsUi . Cras and Turtle all In season
LIBERAL DISCOCNT TO THE TRADE.
, JOHN 8PKOAT.
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