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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 12, lft82.
THE DAILY BULLETTK
orncitt no. 7 ouio lkvee.
ENTKUKU AT TU CAIHO I'OHTOFFICB FOH
THANaMlaHION TUKOCOUTIIE MAILS AT SEC
OND CLASH KATKB.
OFlUlAL PAPER OF CITY AND COPBTT
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In tnueolumn.eignt emu per Una for
lrtndat canu per Una each tubtequent lnor
Hon. For one wwt. SO cent per Una. For one
month, 60 muU par Una.
50c per Can,
Extra Sulocta, at DeBsun'i.
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted atub, Buitud to any business, manutac
tured aid for Bale at the Cairo Bulletin
GOOD READING FOR THOUGHTFUL
laodLD BE CAREFULLY BEAD THAT COKRECT
CONCLUSIONS MAY BE ARRIVED AT.
PAUL Q. 80HUU, -
Dear Sir: Recognizing the fact that
there is to a certain extent, a mutual depen
dency existing between the protussions of
pharmacy aud inodicino, 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 Cairo, obioct to the fre
quent habit of druggists of thi. city, of
diagnosing diseases and prescribing medi
cines, for the following reasons :
FirBt. The science of pharmacy does
not includo a knowledgo of tho science of
Second. You are violating the medical
practice act, by so doing, and robbing the
physicians of their legitimate 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
f.,n .uv ...Mr .it.ntlnn iii th matti T of
refilling prescription without authority ot I
IUIIT Oaam I -" " I
aKvtm riwtxttfa la in i tin fill in hnt h nfttlfT;! I
nhi'mounfl tuh rv hitrp vrifnn rnfm. 1 n I
and physicians; the patient often suffering
Iroia tue tuects oi improper meaicine, ana
the physician because he is pract'ca.iy
.,-,';,) , k
Ai'fcin we h'jid that the onginal owner I
of toe i rewriptioa le his ownership in J
the stvajfc, m :k.d u it is OLCt kza
6eui&nd tiat it be UkfO from tbe f aid
t relied, txcrpt by tbe orier of the pr
crtu.g lfcic;aLt. We therefore uk
yoa to aiuo!it.cBe tbe practice.
After cue drliberatioa. the under
signed n?tnli-r -f the "Medical Acia
tko of C;rvt" have re lved n -A to patron
ize directly or lndlrnrtly, any druggist,
who shall after this date, he 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. Respectfully,
W. R.Ssi th, Pr.'s J. C. Sullivan, V. I.
O. G. Parker, Skc'y. J. J. Gordon. J. II.
Bryant. U. W. Dunxino. D. H. Parker.
J. 8. I'etrie.
joinaruoiic: . . . .
Althouuh the atove resolutions speaK lor
themse ves. ana MttioUiiU ny unprejuaiceu
IK-rson can readily rend between the lines
the real motives prompting the Cairo Med
ical Association to iisue such a proclama
tion. I feel like making a few remarks:
I, for my part, do not know that I have
been deceiving the public during the last
19 years past and do not iutend to deceive
it now, on tho contary, I will try, in the
futun), as I have in the past, to mind my
own business and attend to the wants of I
my patrons to the best of my ability. I
am neither RRomva nor BUYING auv one's
patronage, but my aim is to please each
and every oue, who kindly favors me with
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their calls. Uospocttully,
To Be Continued.
The businws of tho late Wm. Alba will
be coMtinued by Mrs. Alba at the old place,
Mr. Conrad Alb will have personal super
vision of the business and will see that it
is conducted in tho future as it was in the
past, uu ler the ablo management id de
ceased, in a manner that will give the
greatest satisfaction to tho patrons of the
cstablinhtnunt. A continuance nf the cus
tom of the past is solicited.
Try John A. Miller's jowelcry ektab-
ushuient before you make your Holiday
purchases. He has anything you want and ut
lowest prices. tf
Grand Opera Uojtuurmt opposite
Opera H ue up stairs, Back entrance on
7th street. 0Bter in every style. 11-20 tf
in market at DeBuun'B 60 Ohio levee.
A GOOD RESTAURANT.
If you want a good mal call at Hchoen
muyer's Restaurant cor. 10th Bt. and Wh
inutou Ave. Only 25 cents lor n reuular
meal, and day boarders will flu 1 tho best
accomodation on reasooublo terms.
60c. per Can,
Extra Select, at Delinun's.
Label RutHUnnt oppositu Opera
House. Gus Bitto proprietor, 11-20 tf
For Oystehb In any style o tho Grand
Opera Ri3-.taurant Entrances on Commer
cial and 7ih street. 11-20 tf
go toDellmin's, 60 Ohio levee.
New Blacksmith Shop.
A now horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P Powers on Tenth Btroot. All
manner of black-ni'tblng and waion work
worn uone Droiniitiv. ir
f TMD. UJHwn
I DBun', 50 Ohio levoe.
Fino stork of Christmas goods, jewel
cry watches clocks and tdlverwaro at John
A. Miller's. tf
Having purchased the bakery of J.
Anthony, on Washington avenue between
0th and 10th streets, I prepared to offer to
tho public at all times fresh bread, caks,
&c. of the best quality at the lowest prices
to be found in the city. Call and see me.
12-12 tf Jacob Latner.
A brick house, containing five rooms, at
the corner of Twenty-fifth street and Hoi
brook avenue. Apply to George KX"hler,
at the business houses ot Goldstine & R--water.
Diamond.s and jeliif. Uwt
eold an l silror watciif. Tvexh cUvk
Ac, Ac. at John A. M:ttY. tf
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In thtia eommn. ten cant pvr Una,
r.h Inoartlon and whether marked or not, if calcu
luted to fowa'd any man' bualno lntoreat are
a! way (paid for.
Don't forget the K. M. K. C. dance
Thursday night. It
School children will rind The Bulle
tin scratch-books Nos. 2 and 3 for sale at
Phil Saup's candy store. tf
Jacob Latner has Rorje into tho bakery
business, and housekeepers should read his
card in special local column.
LaBteveningChief Myers had notheard
anything of the two satchels sent to East
St. Louis by the two young burglars, John
and Frank Pullman.
Work on Eighth street was begun
yesterday by a forco of men under Street
CommisHioner Buird. T he levee work is
Judges Browning and Crawford and
Messrs. A. G. Damranand Joseph P. Rob
arts, were at The Halliday yesterday. They
were here attending circuit court,
Judge Baker convened circuit court
tor a few hours here yesterday. No busi
I i t . 3 r
ness ot mucii importance was aone. oun
adjournei until Wednesday morning.
E.effiint artist proof steel engrav
n r 3
"JV- 82x38 retail price, f 15 each are
auvreu i s uiry-uu, vpiy at me uncu
Jait received a Urge stock of fine
orT .i.', pew. a&d otaer Kind?, tor
t4-e fire: '. fee jewelry, wstches,
. , , , . r tavsrv
Tc-dy Deputy Sherifif Guy Morse will
gi out xA"i tae couatry f r the purpose of
iubpcening witn'ssis in the injunction case
of the city of Cairo vs. the St. Louis and
Cairo railroad company, which is to be tried
before Jud''e Baker on the 18th instant
Mr. Morse will be out sevenl days
Pilot McBride goes on the steamer W.
P. IUUiday to-day, in place of one of her
regular pilots who is off on furlow or more
uunmteiy speaning, gone to piCK up some
noble enft which he will tow through tho
remainder ot bis voyage through life, or
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0l1" kuud lu &
C'tiro has a poet. A man who thus
far has been above suspicion. His family
have our deepest sympathy. The disease
may not bo incurable. He can be Been in
an "iron cage" in' one of out reat hardware
establishments. We learned of his sudden
attack accidentally and do not feel at lib
erty to mention names.
Alex. Hill and Thomas Flin, got full
f . . imi..t 1
oi gin, uoau to sin, ana mistiewoou camo
and "put thorn in." They were quarrel-
ijnL, on Ohio levee near Mr. Lao. Klebbs
.Hloiin Sumlav : brth wanted to flirht but
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were cslaboosod until yesterday and then
fined each one dollar and cost by Magis
Circuit Clerk Irvin's office ia being
given a necessary overhauling being new
ly papcrod and painted. Tho walla and
ceiling were in very bad condition, the
plaster crackod in a thousand places. They
are being covered with neat papor which
will improve tho appearance very much aud
will notdraw too heavily upon tho county's
Tho name of a well known and hither
to highly respocted young man is connec
ted by rumor with tho diamond robbery of
Mrs. Pflffcrling. Tho reason of this is, that
ha myatvrioUkly dlaannonred shortly after
tho ci imo was made public and that ho had
for a longtime been on intimate terms with
the family. It is t) bo hoped that dark
suspicion will not hover over him long.
Wo believe that rumor wrongs him deeply
and hope that thU will be made to fully
appear beforo long.
Miss Ada V. Bc&rritt and Fannie L
Barclay d siro to say that in their efforts to
raise funds for tho improvement of the
Methodist Episcopal church, they have suc
ceeded beyond their brightest hopes. Tho
repairs are completed, tho church is neat,
attractive and comfortable. On behalf of
tho congregation of the M."E. church, they
extend most hearty thanks to all who so
generously astUtcd them, and a cordial in
vital ion to come aud boo how the money
has been expended
Tho loss of property by tho great Are
in Loudon, EnuUnd. durlnir last week-
tho Urur lnrli I... ,,ru, in ;
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I AlI fttUX A . 1 t
vuo,oou, a wnmo iquuro oi buildings,
Civerina more than two acres of around
was destroyed, and as tho pronurty was
amongst tho most valuable in London, and
the warehouses were filled with the nmst
costly goods, the loss will probably be even
greater than it is now estimated. A fire
man was killed and several citizens were
injured by falling walls.
The audiences in St. Patrick's church
last Sunday, to hear Rev. Dtmen, of Chi
cago, were the largest ever beforo in tho
church. Every pew was occupied and
standing room was hardly to be had. Tho
sermons by tho reverend gentleman were
highly entertaining and very Instructive.
Tbey should be listened to by equally
lin: auiiestt every night this week.
"til i .k'Wil'i in the principal thor
ccctm nt city were crowded yester
day truly ill dy with strangers wander
ing aia".i-j!y about or standing around
holding up the lamp posts, house corners,
etc. The mayor's office has for several
days hack been besieged by whole droves
of fellows for passes cross the river to go
down south to work on railroads. The
passes were given in most cases, as it was
thought advisable to get rid of as many of
these idlers as possible.
To-day, at 3 o'clock in tho afternoon,
the ladivs of the Presbyterian church are
to meet for the purpose of arranging for a
sociable to be given on the evening of
Wednesday of next week, in connection
with a celebration of the twenty-hfth anni
versary of tho establishment of the church
in this city or rather tho organization c f
tho congregation, which was effected on
tho 20th of December, 1857. The ladies
will probably take other steps preliminary
toa celebration of this interesting event in
a grand and worthy manner.
During the late cold snap, snow fell
in abundance in the northeast and north
west before Thanksgiving, and New York
City had sleighing on the great turkey day
for the flist time in twenty-five years. The
cold snp which Cairo experienced was
general througout the country, and contem
poraneously with it there ha been a very
severe snow storm all over Great Brittain.
For several weeks there has been frequent
reports ot heavy rain, with overflowing
streams, in France, Germany and Northern
Italy. Nevertheless the prophets are not
agreed as to whether the winter as a whole
will be mild or otherwise.
Harper's Magazine for December is ex
cee iing'y rich in illustrations and literary
attractions. The beiutilul scenery of the
Columbia River is finely illustrate! by
Cleveland Rockwell's pictures, the artist
contributing also the descriptive article.
Joseph Hatton contributes a very intere-t-ing
article, entitled ''William Black at
Home" full of delightful gnsip about
this popular novelist, in which, indeed, the
latter seems to take part illustrated with
pictures of Black's London lodgings, of
Paston House, his Brighton residence, and
and of his yacht. These ore the lending
articles. The Magazine as usud is filled
with good thines that can only be ap
preciated by buing read.
Mrs. Labiuchere, who accompanied
Mrs. Lingtry to this country and quar
reled with her b'-cimo the Jersey Lily in
sisted on carrying on a very strong flirta
tion with one of N;w York's gilded youth,
has turned the butteries of her tongue on
her guardian friend. She gives in an inter
view a breezy review of the Langtry's re
cord, tells how the scheme for attracting
tho barbarom Yankees to puy their money
for a sight of Mr. Abbey's latest attraction
was worked up, and says that ehe has bad
enough of Mrs, Langtry's nonsense, and is
goimj home. The Lily replies through her
friends that Mrs. Lbouchere lives in a
glnss houso anyhow, ond ought to bo very
careful about throwing Btones. Between
the two of them the professional beauty
will get a good deal of gratuitous advertis-
Early yesterday morning a negro
named Georgo JenkiiiB, alias Georgo Wash
ington, took advantage of the momentary
absence of tho keepers from
the butcher shop of Mr.
Charles Oilhofer, on tho south side
ot Eighth street, reached over tho counter,
opened tho drawer and hastily
Biiatchcd what money ho could
just as Mr. Lulu Koehier
camo forward. Ho ran out of tho Bhop,
but Lulu recognized htm and sent an offi
cer in pursuit. Ho was caught up with
down town, in ''Pinch," where, in one of
thu aloous, he had changed the money. He
was arrested aurt brought beforo Magis
trate Comings for examination. Ho de
nied having done tho deed, but tbo prob
ability of iruilt was too strut)'' and lie was
held to bail in tho huiu of four hundred
dollars. Georgo is the same- who, almut
eight months ago, tapped tho till of Mr.
Hourigan who kei'ps a small ttore on Ohio
levee near Fourteenth street. He wns held
over under bond in that case and lay in
Jail for about lour months awaiting indict
inent and trial. But tho grand Jury, for
the sake of economy, foiled to find indict
iiR'tits against a number of small oIf tiders
and Guorgo was among these and was
turned out to sin some iii'.re, which ho
proceeded almost immediately to do.
A new v icclno farm bus just been ea
tablishod at Enxluwood, a suburb of Chi'
cago. Tho Saturday News Bays it will bo
conducted on superior methods. Tho
buildings will be provided with special
conveniences aud the inoculated heifers
will bo mimt tondorly cared for on a diet of
bakod corn and oats ground and first
steamed. Tbo novel feature ot the estab
lishment, however, consists in a process of
preserving the lymph or virus for an indefi
nite length of time by tho simple means of
refrigerator so constructed as to maintain
a constant circulation of air to dry and cool
it. This may bo an effective arrangement,
but tho plan in use here, of tightly wrap
ping the lips bo as to exclude tho air en
tirely, has been very successful and tho re
frigerators plan will probablyt'oe found to
possess no especial merit. It is a good
thine, however, that completely equipped
establishments for the propagation of bo
vino lymph are being constructed in bo
many different parts of the country. It
seems far better to use the lymph taken
from a healthy yountr animal than to run
the risk of transferring blood disorders by
the use of humanized virus. There is still
plenty of objection urged to vaccination,
but it is so generally practieed that its op
ponents find hard work to gain a hearing.
Frank aad John Pullman, tho two
young rogues who burglarized Mr. M.
Werner's clothing house last week, were
brought before Magistrate Comings yester
day morning for examination. They waived
examination and were held to bail in the
sum of three hundred dollars each, in do
fault of which they were sent to tbo coun
ty jil for safe-keeping until the court
above shall be ready to try them. Tbey
made some further admissions to the offi
cers than those published iu Sunday's Bul
letin. The younger one especially was
less defiant than before. They both con
fessed to having broken into the Chicago
clothing house, but asserted positively that
they had made no other "bad breaks" in
this city. They claim to be
cousins, though their looks
would indicate no relationship. They
claim to have come here from
East St. Louis, which is doubtless
true, as they sent their satchels there and
were bound for there when captured. Just
before they had been held to bail a dark
ey' case had come up and he was bound
ovr for four huud.ei dollars, and when
their bail was announced the darkey ven
tured to cast a meaning glance at them.
The youcger of the two saw the glance and
f-dt its meaning, and remarked "never
mind, you've got it worse than we have."
The darkey took offense at this remark and
drew buck to strike the young follow;
but the latter did 1't flinch; ho slyly closed
one eye and started to take a huge chew
of tobacco from his mouth, at the sime
time eyeing the belligerent neirro in a calm,
determined sort of way with about the
6ame expression of countenance that
any sweet Mound City girl
would assume when asking for
more pie. The negro understood the
meaning of that look, and he drew
back thoroughly cowered.
Cairo's houses of worship those in
which services were held were all visited
by large audiences Sunday morning and
evening, which fact gave encouragement to
the several pulpit orators, who discoursed
earnestly and oloqueutly upon matters re
lating to Mie spiritual welfare of their
hearers. It istiuo that the weather and
the temperature of the atmosphere do have
powertul eff-ct a blighting cffi-ct
soaietimes, upon church audiencesas well
as upon other audieuces and polico business
there are pleasant-weather church-goers
here as everywhere else in tho world ; but
this effect, bo it understood by those who
would use tho fact against u affects only
the public exercises. On Sundays our
people are not as human as other .people
are, in spite of the evil influences coming nec
essarily from the close proximity to them
of Paducah, where the ranting "Times"
kicked and frothed and frothed and kicked
its three-score days or less away. Cold
weather, rain, snow, hail, wind, etc., which
cause empty churches and crowded saloons
iu our neighboring cities; which induco the
ungodly inhabitants there to "table" tbo
prayer-book and "tako up" the "deck," to
substitute "seven up" for religious exor
cises, only lead tho people of Cairo to en
gage in earnest devotion at home: reading
long chapters from the scriptures, having
family prayers and making good resolu
tions which they intend not to break. Our
people aro at heart religious and are vote
ran church-goers. To tho best of N our
kuowledgo and belief there is not a man or
woman in the city, old or yount.', who
would not chonso church in preference- to
ciicusor icocroam every time which an
nouncement we know will horrify Robarts,
of tho Patriot, who is not accustomed to
such evidences of religious earnestness and
zeul. And as for our colored fellow-citi
zens, we feel sure that wo think we know of
several who would actually go uo far as to
nogloct their political duties as frco Amorl
can citizens; they would sacrifice the inter
csts of tho country and tho Republican
party which helped to mako them free be
cause circumstances compelled it to do bo,
rather than neglect their roligious duties
and tho iuterests of their bouIs. Robarts
will probably not believe this, becauso ho
has before him the results of tho lato
olection at which tho colorod voters wero
solidly Republican in tho face of tho base
treachery of their white masters, Vo ad
tint that HohartB has some reason to
doubt the truth of our assertion, but wo
cau satisfy him that wo really aro Buro that
wn think wo know of several Cairo colored
voters who would, under momentary re
ligious excitement, neglect to vote tho Re
publican ticket rather than fall to attend
church or a publio baptism. But wo have
digressed. We started out to prove, to our
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own satisfaction at least, that the people of
Cairo wero not so bad as other people on
Sundays and we have succeeded. We are
now entirely satisfied that, as a church-
:oing people when the weather is at all
favorable to the performance of the exter
nal or public religious duties, and as a re
ligious people at all times aud under all
ircumstancts, the people of Cairo will
stand "A 1" in the heavenly register
When the jrouugeat day ihsll dawn,
And Gabriel blowi Je go'idva hawa.
Yesterday morning Marshal Meyers
found occasion again to remind the officers
of the Wabash company here, that they
must allow no cars to stand and do no
switching above Second street on their
Commercial avenue tracks. Since Mr.
Moore was informed by the authorities that
the company had no rijjht to switch cars
on the avenue and permit them to stand
above Second street, he has sought to have
the ordinances in this respect obeyed by
the train men as far as circumstances and
the large trade of the company would pos
sibly permit. There has been considerably
ess reason to complain since then, for the
tracks have been kept clear ot cars most of
the time. But owing to the immense in
crease of the business of the company, by
reason of its connections with the Iron
Mountain and Mobile and Ohio railroads, '
which has compelled it to run two inclines
and two transfer steamers, it has been ut
terly impossible for Mr. Moore to bring
about a complete observance of the ordi
nances referred tn, much as ho desired to
do so. It is but justice to Mr. Moore that
these mater of fact statements ihould be
made in order that the impression may not
gain ground in the public mind that a fail
ure to comply entirely with the
ordinances is the result of stubbornness on
the part of tho local officials hero. But the
fact remains that the ordinances are "still
being violated occasionally, and that the
property-owners and business men on the
lower portion of the avenue
are complaining, and that the increaso of
the busines . of the road must not be per
mitted to serve as an excuse for tho compa
ny in its encroachments upon public and
private rights and interests. If the large
increase of business renders tho yard privil
eges vouchsafed by tho ordinances and
agreements of the city inadequate, then the
company should increaso its yards in size
and its switching facilities in extent, in a
direction in which it has a right to do so,
which tho Wabash company can do with
comparative ease, rather than persistently
overstep tho bounds established by the or
dinances. And this, wo understand, the
company is now about to do. Col. An
drews, of St. Louis, general superintendent
of tho Wabash system of railroads, came
down yesterday and was in consultation
with Mr. Moore upon tbo subject under
consideration. Together theso gentlemen
looked over tho ground and examined into
matters pertaining to the new scheme. It
is probable that tho down-town yards' of
the company will bo removed entirely from
Commercial avenue and transferred to tho
company's right of way near the Mississip
pi levee. Thus much wo understood from
a conversation last evening with Mr. Moore,
who feels hurt that, though ho has done tho
best he possibly could have done under the
circumstances, there thould fitill be any
manifestation of bittornessof spirit, and a
disposition to tako advantage of even ac
cldental and unavoidable offoncos to show
this spirit against tho Wabash road, while
no effort is being made to enforce tho samo
ordinances against other roads which aro
equally guilty with less excuse. Ho spoke
with much feeling of tho refusal of tbo
officers to permit tho rumoval from tho side
track of tho passenger train which came iu
yestorday, for tho purposo of re-arranging
it, wlillo other railroads aro 'permlttud to
mako up their passenger trains
daily upon tho public strcotB
of tho city, without the slightest
molestation from tho authorities, But
while this may provo unjust descrumina
tion in favor of thoio "other railroads," it
will .hardly bear to bo construed into In
CO., Licensed Pawnbrokers.
justice to the Wabash, for tho reason that
one violation of law doesn't justify another.
In view of the strong pressure that has
been constantly brought to bear
upon them, the authorities have been very
lenient with tho Wabash railroad company,
an i will probably bo patient a while Ion
ger if the company will now take active
measures -and contiuuo them without un
necessary delay to so increase its switch
ing facilities as not to necessitate alrequent
use of the public streets for making up
trains, etc. If the company will do this
now, we think, under all the circumstances,
tbo authorities and people concerned ought
to and will bo satisfied with a reasonable
observance of the ordinances governing
switching and standing cars on the public
thoroughfares at least until euch time
when the company's new arrangements
shall have been completed.
fjpiIECITY .NATIONAL BASK.
I Of Ciiiro. Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Banking" business
T1I08. V. IIALLIWAV.
JNTKRrRISK SAVING HANK.
Of Cairo. .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
TIIOW. W. HALUOAY,
NEW AD VKUTIfcEM KM S.
Notice, tn thin column thwe lluei or lota 2S cents
onalnaartloD or $100 per week.
R.GSWAXTED.-ocotiua pound paid for
limited quantity of legs clean cotton rir to
dean machinery. Brlngtbetn totbe Bulletin Office.
IiOR HALE. Barber' chalm, wb standi, ta
ble Ac. CONB.U) ALBA, Sixth airect
IfoR HALK.A Hhonlnjfur t'arlor Orjran-5 oc
A tae, T atopt In perfect order. Will l told at
toargatu. Call on or add run cart of Trlbnna,
U,OUSALK.-BInk.Cktta: Morgaiea, Nprclal
J- Warranty and Warranty Deed at tut Ilullotln
Job oCIrt n Ohio Levet.
WAITED COOK.-To take char nf kltcben
and do cooking fur prlvata family. For partic
ular Inqnlra at Bulletin orllce.
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
Threa Nights Only.
DEC. 11, 12, 13
Engagomont of the Charming Vocallnt, Coraedl
enoatnd Everyhod s Favorlto,
MISS KATIE PUTNAM.
Bnpportod by UorOwn Comedy Company, an
Organ) nation of Artlnta Wp-c.ls.lly Bonded
for the Production of M1m Putnam
MONDAY EVE, DEC. 1 1 Til.
liHUSTA-TnEM AD OAl?
nA fKW Katie Putnam.
TUESDAY EVE, DEO. 13TU.
The OLD CURIOSITY SHOP
tlTTT.KNELL 1 herfamuoi ATMt viTTNAM
TuaMarchlonaM j dual ro e j KATIE I UTNAM
WEDNESDAY EVE, DEO. 18TU.
The Child of the Regiment.
JOSEMINB j ,S5J'0f Katie Putnam
' Moalo TJnda h IWotton of Pro.' Handel.
JtK!E8 1 750, BOcQatlorf ilfto. NoMtracbaig
tiokau on tala at BadaV Jtwelry itora.