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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY' . MORNING; . DECEMBER 10, ' 1 1832.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
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tUANSMlSSIOX TltROUOHTHg MAILS AT SEC
OND CLAM BATES.
OFliAt PATKK Vt CITY , AND OOCMTT
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice, luitu column. sicM cents per Una for
CniMidnv wmu per hue ch labiiequent Inier
Mo" . Kor out wk. 30 cents per hoe. For oue
n outb, fie. cent per line
60c per Can,
Extra Selects, at Do Bairn's.
-Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured and for salo at the Cairo Bulletin
To all who are suffering from Hie errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, Ac, I
will send a recipe that will cere you, khee
of charge. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
Bend a sell-addressed envelope to the Rev.
Johei-h T. Isman, Station D., New York
GOOD READING FOR THOUGHTFUL
SHOCLD BE CAREFULLY HEAD THAT COHKECT
CONCLUSIONS MA? BE ARRIVED AT.
PAUL 0. SCIIUU,
Deui 6m: Recognizing the fact that
there is to a certain extent, a mutual depen
dency existing between. the professions of
pharmacy and medicine, and feeling that a
better understanding of the function and
duties of the two profession should bo re
cognized and adhered to, we, of tho medi
cal profession of Cairo, object to the ire
nuent habit of drurists ot tbi city, of
' j t -
diagnosing diseases and prescribing medi
cines, for the following reasons:
First. The scienco of pharmacy does
not include a knowledge of the scienco of
Second. You are violating tho medical
practice act, by so doing, and robbing the
physicians ot their legetiuiate business.
Third. You are practising deception
upon tho sick: therefore wo ask you to ad
here to tho law governing the practice of
Another grievance to which wo respect
fully ask your attention, is the matter of
refilling prescriptions without authority oi
the physicians who have writen them. The
above practice is injurious to both patient
and physician-?; the patient olten suueriug
Iroiu 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, us soon as it is once tilled and
placed on file, and that ho has no right to
demand that it bo taken Irom tlie nie ana
bo refilled, except by the order of the pro
scribing physicians. We therefore ask
vou to discontinue the practice.
After due deliberation, we. the under
signed members of the "Medical Associa
tion of C tiro" have resolved not to patron
ize directly or indirectly, any druggist,
who shiill after this date, he known to pre
scribe for auy one requiring the services of
a phjsieian, or who shall refill or duplicate
prescriptions without the written or verbal
authority of the physician. Respectfully,
W. U. S.m th, Pros'. J. C.Scllivan, V. P.
G. G. Parker, Sec'y. J. J. Gordon. J. II.
Bryant. C.W. Dunkikq. I). II. Parker.
J. S. I'ktrie.
To the Public:
Although the above resolutions speak for
themselves, and although any unprejudiced
person can readily read betweeu the lines
the real motives prompting the Cairo Med
ical Association to issue such a proclama
tion, I feel liko making a few remarks:
I, for my part, do not know that I have
been deceiving the public during tho last
13 years past and do not intend to deceive
it now, on tho contary, I will try, in the
lutur i, as I have in the past, to mind my
owu business and attend to tho wants of
my pitrocs to the best of my ability, I
am neither ueooiso nor nuvt.NO any one's
patronage, but my aim is to please euh
and every one, who kindly favors mo with
their calls. Respectfully,
Paul G. Scm it.
Old Macliiucry Casting Wanted
at Kenuie's new foundry for which the
highest prices will bo paid in cash.
Call at No. M Ohio Levee.
tl John T. Kennie.
Giusi) Oi'KRA Restaurant opposite
Opera II uo up stairs, Rack entrance on
7th street. Oysters in every style. 11-20 tf
in market at Delluuu's 80 Ohio levee.
A GOOD RESTAURANT.
If you want a go d meal cull at Schocn
moyer's Restaurant r.or. 10th st. and Wash
ington Ave. Only 2"5 cents tor a regular
umal, and day boarders will II n l the beat
accomodation ou reammablo terms.
50c. per Can,
Extra Selects, at Dellauii's.
Lilien Rutaurant opposite Opera
House. Out llitto proprietor, 11-20 tf
For Oysters In any stylo go the Grand
Opora Rntaurant Entrances ou Commer
cial and 7th street. 11 -20 tf
go to DeUaun'i, 00 Ohio levee.
New BliK'kHtnith Shop.
A bow horse shoeing shop has bvou open
cd by Mr. P. -Powers on Tenth street. All
manner of bUcksiuithing and wagon work
dono to order. Repairing work a specialty,
Work done promptly. tl
at DoBauo's, 00 Ohio levoe.
Cairo Lodge, No. 237, A. F. & A. M. will
hold a regular communication Monday
evening, December 11th, at 7:30 o'clock.
7. A. Sloo, Secretary.
A brick house, containing five rooms, at
the corner of Twenty-fifth street and Hoi
brook avenue. Apply to George Koehler,
at the business bousesot Goldstine & Rose
water. HERE'S GOOD LUCK !
At Fred Hof heinz's new saloon on north
side of Eighth street, in the Herbert build
ing, a fine, large, varied, hot, free lunch is
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 tap. Fred's
saloon is one of the new institutions, but
Fred is 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-
cry watches clocks and silverware at John
Lovers of good oysters in any form should
make it a point to call on Mr. John A.
Bower, ut the comer of Twelfth street and
Washington avenue, who has just received
and will daily receive largo lots of hne se
lect and serve them to all who may apply,
either in cans or prepare 1 for tho palate.
Hog snouts and lamb tongues are also
served us may be desired. 12-5-Ct
Diamonds, and jeweleiy, latest styles;
gold nud silver watches. French clocks
fcc, &c.at John A. Miller's. tf
To Be Continued.
The business of the late Wm. Alba will
be continued by Mrs. Alba 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
ceased, in a manner that will give the
greatest satisfaction to the patrons of the
establishment. A continuance of the cus
tom of the past is solicited.
Try John A. Miller's jewelery estab
lishment before you make your Holiday
purchases. He has anything you want ind at
lowest prices. tf
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Sot I con In thee comam. -ifri fonts per itne,
irii lnrtloo and whither marked or not, if cairn
luti'd to fiwn,rl any m m' basinets interest are
always paid for.
Masonic notice in special locals.
Don't fail to take a chance in those
beautiful Dolls at Hartman's. It
Elder Nash is to officiate at the wed
ding of Mr. Praus and Miss Scarrit.
Tho usual service will be held to-day
in the Presbyterian, Methodist, Episcopal,
Lutheran and other churches.
Schoolchildren will find The Bulle
tin scratch-books Nos. 2 and 3 tor sale at
Phil Saup's candy stDre. tf
The Anoh ir line steamer City of Cairo
will leave this port Wednesday for New
Orleans. , It
A. Hally has a few more of the best
soft coal Base-Burners ever brought to
Cairo. Call and see him. 6t
Elegant artist proof steel engrav
ings, 32x38 retail price, $15 each are
offered at a bargain, apply at the Bulletin
Mr. and Mrs. Z. D. Mathuss are in the
city, guests of the family of C. N. Hughes.
They ore on their way from Florida to their
home In Iowa.
The elevated road way along Railroad
street, from the roar of tho Egyptian mills
to the rear end of tho now cooper shop, Is
in course of construction.
Any person not receiving one of my
Christmas pipers can haveono by calling.
They are full of very interesting reading
matter. It I). Hartxian.
Mr. Jamos O'Neal, of St. Louis, su
perintendent of the Anchor lino steamer
company, was a guest at Tho Halliday yes
Nothing but civil business in the sev
eral police courts of the city yesterday. The
record of tho day before was likowise tin
Just received a largo stock of fine
opera glasses, pearl and other kind:, lor
ale and hire; also fine jewelry, watches,
clocks and plated ware, at Buder's jewelry
Tho board ot county commissioners ad
j lUrned Friday afternoon to meet again on
the second Monday in January next, The
board disposed of considerate business nnd
is now nearly through.
A report circulated yesterday that the
officii of tho Singer company, at tho factory,
had been broken into the night be
fore and robbed of some things of valuo
was not true.
Boys with skates hung over their arms
wero interesting objects to all they met
yesterday. They find some good skating
on several small pounds within und with
out tho city limits, which aro frozen over
hard and smooth.
Tho rumor that tho Singer company's
office had been burglarized during Friday
night arose from the fact that some one had
entered one ot tho rooms ot the "Singer
House," a boardiug housoon Thirty-fourth
street und Commercial avenuo, and taken
therefrom some clothing belonging to one
of the boarders.
Don't f.il to exBihino tho largest and
most completo assortment of Silver-Plate
Castors, Ornaments and many othor goods
in that Hue now on exhibition at Hart-
man 'i. ' u
Up to last ui'ght no cluo had been ob
tained to the perpetrators of the Pflfferling
Some part of tho machinery of Capt.
Halliday's saw-mill broke on Friday and
necessitated a temporary cessation of ac
tivity there. All was ready for work again
y ester lay, however.
The W. C. T. U. will give an oyster
supper in Temperance hall on 8th Btreet
on Friday, Dec. 15th beginging at six
o'clock. Every one invited. Do not tor
Kotit -non. Thos. M. Ridgeway, of Shawnee
town, formely state treasurer and now one of
the trustees ot the Carbondalo university,
is the latest announced candidate for
the United States senate, to succeed David
Several of the many hard-looking
idleis, who infest our Btreetsnow.aro being
sent cut of tho city by tho officers nearly
every day. This is ono of the cheapest
and best ways to get rid of these trouble
Services of more than usual interest
will be held this evening at 7 o'clock at St.
Patrick's Catholic church. Rev. Dameu, of
Chicago, an able gentleman of the cloth,
will officiate. The services will bo con
tinued daily throughout this week.
-Mrs. B. Y. George's paper on "House
hold Gods," read before the Woman's Club
and Library Association at-its last meeting,
appears on the first page of this issuo. It
will be read with interest and profit by all,
or it is beautiful, both in diction and in
Cairo had a small but handsome dele
gation at the opening fall of the "AUons"
dancing club, ot Mound City, given at the
Opera IIouso in that place Friday night.
There were about fifty couples present and
the fairer portion of them were "as fair as
fair could be" so said the Cairo delega
tion and we are not inclined to dispute
Sev.u men are now registered on the
county jailor's docket, charged with crimes
for which they are to be tried by the coun
ty or circuit court3. Their names are
Stephen Parker, Ed lliggins, Thos. Jasper,
Joseph Stevens, Joseph Denuis, Commodore
Perry and Wm. Mosby. All but Jasper
are charged either with burglary or larceny,
or both. Jasper is in for assault with in
tent to murder. They are all in jail, but
Joseph Stevens w ho is out on bail.
A mod) at Marshall. Ia., thought thst
Dr. Cohee deserved a whipping, but he as
sured them that they were mistaken, as he
was not guilty of the offense of which they
accused him. IIi asked them to defer the
punishment for a few days, promising to
prove bis iuuocence. They would not con
sent to this, hut signed an agreement that
in case he exculpated himself they would all
apologize. Dr. Cohee was thereupon se
verely whipped. He is now suing the lynch
ers for damages, and the proof of their
identity is clear in their own handwriting.
The city council meets again in regu
lar session next Tuesday. It is pr.ibable
that the business of most interest that will
come up before it will be the reconsidera
tion of the vote by which the railroad ordi
nance was passed. A warm discussion will
probably eusuo and the outcome of it all
will probably he that a newfirdiunce will he
introduced und put through the first stagi-s
of its passage, which will differ very ma
terially from the ono vetoed by the mayor
certainly, unless it does, thero ia no
probability that it will pass and become a
law in theory anJ in practice.
Tfio senate continued its debate of the
equity bankrupt bill Friday and adopted
an amendment which, if there was any
chance of its becoming law, would raise a
howl. This makes it an "act of bankrupt
cy, probably meaning thereby an act
which shall render it possible or obligatory
to throw into bankruptcy any person com
milting it, to deal in futures in articles of
prime necessity, such as corn and cotton.
There is nat the ghost of a chance that
this provision will bo enacted, though pos
sibly it would bo well for tho country if it
Several new passenger cars for the
Texas and St. Louis railroad, which stood
in tho Illinois Central yards yestorday,
were admired by all who saw thcn They
were real beauties in style and finish. Dou
ble tracks have been recently laid by the
Illinois Central company on its several
tracks down Ohio levee toward the passen
ger depot, und it is likely that very soon the
passenger trains of th j new Narrow-guage
will be brought over from Birds Point and
run down to the Illinois Central depot
Captain O'Neal, superintendent of tho
Anchor Hun company is in tho city for the
purpose of arranging with Capt. Shields to
have the elegant steamers of this company
make regular trips between hero and New
Orleans during the closo of navigation be
twecu here and St. Louis. The arrange
ment was effected yesterday and by it one
ol tho many lino boats of this company wil
leave lion every Wednesday and Saturday,
beginning next Wednesday, when the City
of Cmro goes down.
A day or two ago a young man, a car
pentor, got helplessly drunk and made
himself generally, conspicuously ofleuslvo
in the neighborhood of tho court-houso
Jailor Fitzgerald took it upon himself h;
puttho young man where ho would boout of
harm's and sober people's way; in the coun-
tyjail. Friday when tho young follow had
become sober and was ia a condition to
figure up the expenses of his spree, he found
himself entirely out of money, having got
ten away with about twenty-five dollars in
all. But as is usual in cases of this kind
he didn't know what had become of the
money und was rather free for a while in
making ugly accusations against men who
are known to be as honest as they make
'em now a days. The young fellow was
fined by Justice Osborn for drunkenness,
To-morrow night Katie Putnam will
open at the Opera House in tho beautiful
drama of "Lena the Madcap," that romping,
rollicking, loving little damsel being per
sonated by Katie individually and collec
tively. Tuesday the "Old Curios'ty Shop"
and Wednesday the "Child of the Regi
ment." Let every one turn out and give
the little lady a grand reception. The
Vicksburg people evidently were in love
with Miss Katie, judging from the follow
ing clipped from the Herald, of that city,
of recent date: "Miss Katie Putnam, the
favorite comedienne, was called before the
curtain at the theatre last night, and pre
sented with a handsome solid Bilver port
monaie by the Volunteer Southrons. Judgo
J. YV. M. Harris made a very happy presen
tation speech, which was responded to by
the little favorite In a very sweet and ap
propriate manner." Buder is selling tick
ets including reserved seats at 75c, 50c and
-A largii and representative meeting of
citizens of Illinois was held at Springfield
Friday to discuss ways and means for ob
taing better roads throughout 'the state
Those present included the chief executive
officers of many cities, severil members of
the legislature, and a number of gentlemen
who in the performance of their duties as
highway commissioners have had tho sub-
ectof Ind roads brought home to them. It
did not take bng to agree that Illinois was
cursed with worse roids than any other
section of civilized country, and there was
a general expression that no state in the
Union had worse road laws. Resolutions
were adopted denouncing the laws which
have proved such a complete failure and
demanding that the thirty-third general
assembly should pas better ones. Ao ex
ective committee of fifteen was appointed
to prepare a bill in consonance with the
expretse i desire of the conference, and a
permanent organization of the state road
association was effected.
To our friends at home and abroad:
we earnestly olicit yourcareful considera-
ion of Miis our clearing proclamation.
With a view of a general change before
the spring opening and in order to reduce
our large and complete stock we are deter
mined to make unusual sacrifices in prices.
To those purchasing dress goods we offer
special inducements. We have a full stock
of new and desirable fabrics, such as black,
and colored Silks, Satins, Marvelieux, and
3'itin de Lyons, black, and colored Cash
meres; and novelty goods in several styles.
As an additional attraction we give a late
s'yle domestic patterns with every dress
pureUs"d. You have only to see our stock
f Ii u-olls 3 ply ami ingrain Carpets and
know ouf f rices when you can not but take
advantage of the unusual bargains, We give
prominince to bargains in all tho depart
ments such us Table Linen Towels, Napkins,
Blankets, 0 mforts, F tncy goods Hosiery,
Unlerwear, &c. This is no advertising
dodge to gaiu trade, but assertions ot
plain facts the truth of which you cannot
but appreciate if you will kindly accept
our invit ition to call and examine tho in
ducements offered in closing. We des'ye to
impress on your mind that our nutnhor is
124 Commercial avo. and tho style of tho
firm is the well known public servant.
2t J. Buroeb, Cairo, 111.
Work on Eighth street will begin as
soon as Street Commissioner Baird shall
hive finished his work on tho city's levee.
About six days moro of favorable weather
will enable Mr. Baird to finish tho levee
work, and then he will transfer his force of
mi n and Bcrapers and teams to Eighth
street. The first work to be done hero is
to lower tjiat portion of it which is now of
an equal height with Washington uveuue,
aud the dirt thus removed will bo used to
fill up tho low places particularly the Jef
ferson avenue end of the street. It is
thought that the gravel will bo on hnu I in
time to enable tho teams which remove tho
superfluous earth to bring hack gravel in
stead, so lhat tho latter can bo spread just
as tho excavation progresses and thus ex
pedite tho work. Thus the whole improve
ment could bo completed in about three
weeks that is, of course, if tho weather
shall prove favorable.
Sume person or persons broke a win
dow-pano In tho front door of Mr. Samuel
Wilson's boat storo on Ohio loveo Wednos
day night, entered tho Btoro, broke open
the inner door of the safo (tho outer one
having been purposely left open by Mr.
Wilson in order to prevent burglars
from demolishing his safe which was a flno
one) and look therefrom a drawer contain
Ing some valuable papers. Tho drawer
was found yestorday In the lumber yard of
Mossrs. Lancaster & Rico, Just bauk of
tho office, but tho papors wero all gone,
excepting a singlo receipt in favor of Mr.
Wilson, showing that the drawer belonged
to him. No money was in tho safe, or Mr.
Wilson would probably not have left tho
outer door open; but hu feels just as bad
over the injury to his safe after the precau
tion he took to prevent it, is he would if
several hundred dollars had been taken.
UNREDEEMED PLEDGES FOR SALE!
Lmtli!w tMT 1 ' M":w Silver w.tcbOD.n face sle.a winder, Swul
. . FAltNBAEER & CO., Licensed Pawnbrokers.
SAN TA CLAUS I SANTA CL AUS ! I
Everybody is invited to call and examine
the largest display of Toys and Holiday
Goods at Hartman's Queensware Store, 148
and 1 50 Commercial ave. it
THE W. C. T. U.
The W. C. T. U. held their meeting
for the election of officers last Thursday
afternoon. There was un utiustiaely large
attendance, in spite of the severe weather
and a feeling oi cheerfulness and "good
will toward men" temperance men, per
vaded the meeting. The result of the elec
tion was as follows.
1st Prest. Mrs. B. Y. George, 1st Vice-
Prest. Mrs. W.L. Bristol, 2nd Vicc-Prest.
Mrs. M. Eaaterday, 3rd Vice-Prest. Mrs. I.
L. Foster, Recording Sect. Mrs. Jennie
Dougherty, Cor. Sect. Mrs. Abbie Sloo,
Treasurer, Mrs. L. J. Uittenhouse,
After the transaction of other important
business, the meeting udj -urni'd. each lady
carrying away with her a new nupply of ener
gy, courage aud hopefulness to use in the
cause of temperance.
The burglary committed upon the Chica
go clothing store on Thursday night, prob
ably affected the officers of the city as deep-
y as it. did the victims. Although crimus
of this kind are committed nearly every
day in large cities wih an officer at every
Btreet corner, Chief Myers and the officers
under him took uyon themselves undue
blame lor this robbery, becuso it occurred
in the heart of tho city in close proximity
to police headquarters. The chief
sent dispatches and postal cards
n every direction, and himself and
the officers scoured the city and county,
and the counties ofBtlhrd aud Mississippi
in Kentucky and Missouri all day yester
day and the day before.
But tho search was fruitless until fester-
day a little before noon, when the thief re
ceived a dispatch from Mr. Spencer, station
agent at Pulaski, on the Illinois Central
railroad, giving information of the presence
there of two young chaps. Ho was tele
graphed to hold the fellows and chief My
ers went up on the llr.it train, arriving there
at two o'clock. Mr. Spencr-r had held the
boys and the chief recognized them at onco
as the two young fellows bo
had watched with suspicion on Thurs
day. They wero dressed in a ludicrous
manner, having each managed to put on,
in some way, several mits of clothing and
several overcoats on top of a'J, aud their
pockets wero tilled with silk handkerchiefs,
suspenders and jewelry of all kinds. Tho
chief took them in charge and camo here
with thmn on the afternoon passenger train,
arriving hcio ubout A o'clock yesterday- af
ternoon. Arrived hero they were token to
police headquarters und stripped of the
new clothing, confronted with tho old suits
left behind by tho thieves, and told to
pick out aud put ou what belonged to them
respectively. They denied the ownership
of'thu old duds, but (bully each put on
what very evidently belonged to him.
They gave their names as John nud
Frank Pullman, aged sixteen and seventeen
years respectively, born in "the old country"
and having no particular residenco in this.
They claimod to have bought tho goods
found upou them from a man in Jackson,
Teun., but afowdays before, and to havo on
ly passed through Cuiroon tho troin without
stopping. Tho young one, who give bis
nnme as Frank, is tho moro brazenly, stub-
burn and sharp of tho two. Ho refused
to tell anything and gave snappish answers
or Hod, not only audibly but visibly, when
pressed hard. But the other, John, was
moro open, less constitutionally mean.
Ho confided to the chief aftor
ioino urging, that they had
both camo hero on Wednesday, "broke,"
hungry and budly-clothed, and that they
had planned and executed the crime with
which thoy are charged. Ho said they
broke tho patio of glass with a chisel, Borne
time between 12 and oim o'clock, Friday
morning; that tho llttlo follow crawled into
the (tore first and he followed; that thoy
wore iu tho atore over an hour selocting
their outfits, putting on all they could and
filling up two satchels; that they came out
and went straight up Commercial avenue
and waited until day-break at tho little
house standing near the Illinois Central
railroad, at tho point where it leaves tho
Cross levee; that they then
made their way to Mound Junction
on foot, avoiding tho railroad track on the
way; that from there they smt their batch
els by express to East St. Louis and sought
to beat their wy to that city on the Illi
nois Central, but wero put off by the con
ductor; and that they then nude their way
on foot to Pulaski, where they were cap
tured. He confessed that they h.d given
twelve or fifteen sjlk handkerchiefs for
meals on their way and that the satchels
contained, besides a number of other arti
cles, one overcoat.
Mr. Werner was sent for and he identi
fied the articles returned which consisted
of several overcoats, four suits more or less
complete, several suits of underwear, two
bats, four silk handkerchiefs, several
Vpairs of suspenders and a mass of jewelry of
varied kinds all, of course, in not very
good order. The goods returrred will reach a
valuation of. about a hundred dollais, and
the valuo of what is still missing will prob
ably fall some short of this amount.
The young rogues wero attired comforta
bly with old clothing gathered up from va
rious sources by the chief, and were sent to
the calaboose, where they will remain un
til to-morrow when they will bo examined.
The officers did some good work in this
case, but the chief also feels grateful to
Mr. Spencer for notifying him so promptly.
Noticed In tlitl col a mn throe llnti or leu 2Sc-nn
one Insertion or 1.0) ptr week"
()HT, Onccnffand gold cuff button. Button
vha letter VI ttnamcled on It. Kinder will be
oliably rewarded npoo calling at Alexander Co.
FOUND --One boi marked C. C. K. Vlckuhnrg,
MIm. Owner can have it br calllne al Alexin.
der Co. Bank.
F OK HALE. Bat ber'i chair, war h Hand", ta
bles 4c. CON HAD AU1A, 8lxtb street
FOR BALK. A Shonlnijer Parlor Orean-5 oc
tate, 7 itopa In perfect ordnr. Will be oid at
a bargain. Call on or addro care of Tribune,
IfOH HALE. Hlanka, Chattal .Mor.iigcii, Special
A Warranty and Warranty Doda at tlia Bulletin
tionomceiS onio Levee.
WAN PUD COOK. To take charge of kitchen
and do r.ooklngfor prlvato family. For partic
ulars luqnlreal Ilullutiu office.
A HUH KM E. NTS.
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
Three Nights Only.
. DEC. 11, 12, 13
KDaiii-niont of the Charming Vocalist, Comedi
enne and Kveryhod s Favorite,
MISS KATIE PUTNAM.
Biipportcd by Her Own Comedy Company, an
Oitiuulratlon of Artists hp.-ctally Hoiuciud
for the Production of Mies i'utuam
MONDAY EVE, DEC. llTII.
bNA IZ$$Z Katie Putnam.
TUESDAY EVE, DEC. 13TII.
The OLD CURIOSITY SHOP
WEDNESDAY EVE, DEC. 13TH.
The Child of the Regiment.
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Music Under ths Dlroctlon of Prof. Haudel.
PlilCKHi 750, BOo, Gallery 83c. No extra chaigs
Ticket on salu at iludor's Jswslry store.