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THE DAILY BULLETIN
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OFFICIAL PAPER OP CITY AND CODUTT
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice, lu I bin column, eignt cenu per line for
In-tani ave cent per line atrb tabeqint lmur
Hon. Kor urns wmk, SO coat per line. Par one
li outh, SO cente per line.
50c per Can,
Extra Selects, at DoBaun'i.
llceeipt books, Cairo data line, perfora
tod stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured and tor sale at the Cairo Bulletin
GOOD READING FOR THOUGHTFUL
SHOULD BE CAREFULLY READTHAT CORRECT
CONCLUSIONS MAY BE ARRIVED AT.
PAUL o. scuun,
Deir Sir: Uocoguizin the fact that
there is to a certain extent, a mutual depen
dency existing betweeii the proteasions of
pharmacy und medicine, and leehncr that a
better uuderstanding of the function and
duties of the two profession thould be re
cognized and adhered to, we, of the medi
cal profession of Cairo, object to the ire
quont habit of druggists ot this city, of
diagnosing diseases and prescribing medi
cines, for tue following reasons :
First. The Bcience of pharmacy does
not include a knowledge of tho science of
Second. You are violating the medical
practice act, by so doing, and robbing the
physicians of their legutimate business.
Third. You are practising deception
upon the sick ; therefore we ask you to ad
here to the lam- 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
and physicians; the patient often Buttering
Irooi the effects of improper medicine, and
tho physician because he is practically
held responsible for the action of tho 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 file, and that he has no right to
demand that it be taken from the file and
be refilled, except by the order of the pro
scribing physicians. We therefore ask
you to discontinue the practice.
After due deliberation, we the under
signed members of the "Medical Associa
tion of Cairo" have resolved not to patron
ize directly or indirectly, any druggist,
who shall after this date, bo known to pre
scribe for any ono requiring tho services of
ft physician, or who shall refill or duplicate
prescriptions without the written or verbal
authority of the physician. Respectfully,
W. R. Smith, Pres'. J. C. Sullivan, V. V.
O. G. Parker, Sec'y. J. J. Gordon. J. II.
Bryant. . W. Dunkino. D. II. Parker.
J. S. Pktrie.
To the Public:
Although tho above resolutions speak for
themselves, aud although any unprejudiced
person can readily read between tho lines
the real motives prompting tho Cairo Med
ical Association to issue such a proclama
tion, I feel like making a few remarks:
I, tor my part, do not know that I have
been deceiviug the public during tho last
19 years past and do not intend to deceive
it now, on tho .coutary, I will try, in the
1 uturo, as I 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 begoixo nor Bumo any one's
patronage, but my aim is to please each
and every one, who kindly favors me with
their calls. Respectfully,
Paul G. Rchch.
To Be Continued.
The business of the late Win. Alba will
Le continued by Mrs. Alb at the old place.
Sir. Conrad Alb will have personal super
vision of the business and will see that it
is conducted iu the future as it was in the
jvtst, under th ade management of de
ceased, in a manner that will givo the
greatest satisfaction to the patrons of the
establishment. A continuance of the cus
tom of the pist is solicited.
Try John A. Mdler's jewelery (-stub-lUhui'-iit
before y.ui nuke your , Holiday
purchases. He has anything you want and at
lowest pile s. tf
Grand Opera Restnurtnt opposite
Opera II iuo ur sttirs, Back entrance on
7 in street. Ojster in every style. 11-20 tf
in market at DeBaun'e 56 Ohio levee.
A GOOD RESTAURANT.
If you want a good meal call at Schoon
meycr's Kestauraot cor. 10th st. and Wash
ington Ave. Only 25 ceut lor a regular
meal, and day hoarders will find the best
accomodation on reaaouablc terms.
50c. per Can,
Extra Selects, at DeB tun's.
Lvlies RMaura'it opposite Opera
House. Gus B otto proprietor, 11-30 tf
For Oysters in any style iro the Grand
Opera Restaurant Entrances on Commer
cial and 7th street. 11-26 tf
go to DeBaun's, 56 Ohio levee.
Mew Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Tenth street. All
manner of blacksmitbiug and wugon work
aooo to oraer. Repairing work a specialty
Work done promptly. tf
at DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
THE DAILY OAIKO
Fine stock of Christmas cood. iawel
cry watches clocks and silvcware at John
A. Miller's. tf
Having purchased the bakery of J.
Anthony, on WastninRton avenue between
0th and 10th streets, I prepared to offer to
the public at alt times fresh bread, cakea,
&c. of tlio beat quality at the lowest prices
to un touna in the city, tall ana see me.
1218 tf . Jacob Latner.
A brick house, con taininjr five rooms, at
tho corner of Twenty-fifth street and Hoi
brook avenue. Apply to George Koch ler,
at the business houses ot Goldstine & Rose-
Diamonds, and jewelery, latest styles;
gold and silver watches. French clocks
Ac, &c. at John A. Miller's. tf
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Untlx.. In It.-.,. ,,. . ... .... !.
...h lfll.rtAH anil lahuthn. mn.LaJ a. .aI
Med to fawn-d nay m .u's business lntered are
. 1 .. ; .1 r
Go to Joe Bernath's handsome jewel
try establishment and soe his attractive
array of goods for the holidays, It
School children will tind The Bulle
tin scratch-books Nos. 2 aud 3 tor sale at
Phil Saup's candy store, tf
County Clerk S. J. Humm and his
very able deputy, Mrs. Humm, are hard at
work upon the tax books for 1882.
Hon. W. A. Spann, of Vienna, ajjd
James M. Gregg, of Harrisburg, were
guests at Tho Halliday yesterday.
The handsomest display of silverware
in the city can bo f.mnd at Joe Bernath's
establishment, on 6th Bt. It
Our business houses, both large and
small, are teeming with Christmas goods
of every discriptioo and in largo quanti
ties. A large holiday trade is expected.
Mr. Barry the aged father of Mrs. W.
B. and Mrs. M. F. Gilbert, is very sick at
Alton, III., and both ladies have gone to
attend his bed-side.
Elegant artist proof steel engrav
ings, 33x38 retail price, $15 each are
offered at a burgain, apply at tho Bulletin
Miss Katie Putnam spent yesterday
with tho family of Dr. C. W. Dunning,
where a number of othsr friends also call
ed upon her.
A nice C!:ii ;,:nns present for your sis
ter, uncle, cousin, auut,tr even your sweet
heart, can be procured at Joe Bernath's
jewelry house, on 6th st. It
-Just received a large Btock of flue
opera glasses, pearl and other kind?, lor
sale and hire; also fino jewelry, watches,
clocks and plated ware, at Buder's jewelry
A prizo fight ib being arranged be
tween Tom Allen and James Elliott forfS,-
000 and the championship, to be fought
within 200 miles of New Orlcrns within the
next three months.
-Col. Smith, of St. Louis, general freight
ageut of the St. Louis and Cairo railrnad,
was at Tho Halliday yesterday. Ho was
here for the purpose of taking a look at tho
affairs of the company.
Hon. John II. Oberly is expected to
come down hero sometimo within the next
two weeks on business. Letters received
by one of his old friends here indicate
A frame structure standing in the rear
of the building on Ohio levee formerly oc
cupied by Mr. John Antrim in the clothing
and merchant tailoring business, is being
removed from it placo by Mr. Jamoj Sura-
merwell to a point near 12th street.
Tho St. Louis and Cairo railroad com
pany is having its track on Second street,
back of Commercial avenue, put in excel
lent order. Several train loads of earth
have been brought in and is being used
to widen and htrengthen tho road-bod,
and new ties are being laid. The companj
is also having several new engines built at
its shops at Eist Carondelct.
Wo had tho pleasure yesterday ot
meeting Mr. Hnidel, musical director of
the Katie Putnam combination, who last
year appeared hero at tho opening of tho
Opera Hnuao as a member ot the Fay
Temph ton opera troupe, in which he
scored a great success as first tenor. Mr.
Handel is an accomplished singer, a fiue
musician and a clover gentleman.
At the council meeting last night tho
business of uiest Interest was the introduc
duct inn of a new ordinance regulating
Standing cars and switching tn tho several
railroads in tho city. Tho ordinance pro
hibits Uio standing of all cars but passen-
senger cars on any of tho streets of tho
city, and prohibits all switching on tho
tracks on any of the stroets of tho city. It
was read for the first time and will come
up at a special meeting to bo held next
Tuesday. Tho other business was strictly
Believe a woman, an epitaph on Trof.
Tice. If you can believo Prof. Tlco, tho
weather, during the balance of the present
month, will bo as follows: From the 8th to
11th, cloudy and threatening, ending with
heavy ram or snow lalls; 12th and 13th,
clear or fair and cold, Hth to 16th, cloudy
nd threatening weather, with heavy taiu
or snow falls; 23d to 25th, clear or fair and
cold; 26th to 20th, clouding and threatening
weather, with rain or snow storms; 80th and
31st, clear or fair and cold. Tho warmer
BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER
spells set in about the 8d, 7th, 10th and
20th. The colder spells will commence
about 1st, 5th, 11th, 17th, 23d and 80th.
Tho browors will shortly hold a meet
ing to determine whether or not to exert an
influence in regard to. the tax on mult
liquor and also to consider the subject of
ratsn.g priets. Louisville, Cincinnati, Chic
ago and Milwaukee will have to be con
sulted. Tho nightly meetings at St. Patrick's
church continue to bo largo and tho exer
cises interesting. Last night Father Damen
discoursed upon the subject of "Confe s
sion," and those who heard him umong
them several Protestants (of whom there
were a number present) spoke very com
plimentanly of the Father's effort. Anoth
er meeting takes place to-night.
Mr. L. Dow Hendershott, general Rgent
lor Barlow, Wilson & Go's minstrels, whs
at The Halliday yesterday, arranging for
the appearance of the company here next
Monday. The company, consisting of
forty-two people, is now engaged at the
Olympic theatre, St. Louis, and will go to
Evansville, to where Mr. Hendershott went
At a meeting of Cairo Lodge A. F. and
A. M. held Monday uight an election of
officers for tlietNtuiug year was held, and
the old officers were re-elected throughout
as follows: Moses Foss, W. M.; Charles
Wilson, S.W.; R. Hebsacker, J. W.; F.
Korameyer, treasurer, and Al. Sloo, secre
tary. Tho officers will bo installed with
tho usual interesting ceremony on the 27th
inst., St. John's day.
Mr. Phil Siup, the candy man, speaks
to tho public by advertisement in this issue
of The Bclletin. Ho warns tho public
against tho danger of buying and eating
cheap candies, most of which cannot be
pure because originally sold at prices be
low tho cost of pure sugar and other neces
sary harmless ingredients. Mr. Saup makes
nearly all his own candies, knows them to
be strictly pure, invites people to come and
watch him while making his candies, and
sells at prices which canuot bo beaten by
those who handle only the pure goods. He
haialargo fancy stock on hand and is
daily making more. Ho will have the
finest and largest holiday stock of candies
in tho city.
Captaiu D.ivid Crocket, formerly of
Tennessuo and latterly of Missisiippi coun
ty, Missouri, is well known by ieputation
and sight by people in tho city. In Missis
sippi county ho was a terror for n long
time; his mode of life was suspicious, but
that his occupation was that of a counter
tioter and passer of bous
money was an opeu secret. His arrest
some time ago and transfer to this city,
and his subsequent reported cscapo and
re-arrest, all of which created great ex
citement here and in Missouri at tho time,
will bo remembered by the readers of Tue
Bulletin. But the last chapter, at least for
some years to come now has been told iu
this bold outlaw's life. Monday morning he
was taken from St. Louis to the Chester,
111., penitentiary to serve a five years' sen
tence fur counterfeiting. A St. Louis paper
says of him: "Ho is a grandson of Davy
Crockett, tho famous. He .says that he
merely held spurious money deposited in
his hands for others and was living an
honest lifo when arrested, and that he docs
not expect to live out his term of imprison
ment, as he i9 afflicted with Bright's dis
ease. He is six feet in suture, and in
countenance bears a Btriking resemblance
to the portraits of tho great Crockett who
died at the Alamo.
In the senate Monday moro petitions
in behalf of one-arm'i l soldiers were pre
sented. Bills were introduced to forfeit
the land grant of the Oregon Central rail
road; to distribute unappropriated moneys
under tho Alabama award; to prohibit
political assessments. Tho senate refused
to postpone the bankruptcy bill indefinitely
and tho Lowell bill was committed for re
vision. The Pendleton civil service bill
was 'nken up but was laid asido for the bill
to release the Memphis and Little Rock
road from land grant obligations. Tho bill
indefinitely postponed. Numerous nomi
nations were confirmed. In the house- Mr.
Belmont s;okt ot tho NicipigU'i canal
project. Rasolu'iori on riilroad combina
tions was referred. Bills were introduced
to stop the coinage of silver half dolUrs; to
authorize the state of Louisinna to main
tain a quarantine station and collect tees.
Mr. Springer offered a resolution for a con
stitutional amendment making tho presi
dent's term six years, prohibiting his re
diction, abolishing tho electoral college
and otherwise modifying tho present sys
tem. Tim post-office and military academy
bills were ordered printed.
Ono of tho most wonderful feils per
formed by tho telephone, was over tho
Western Union Telegraph company's lines
a few days since, when conversation was
carried on between President W. B. Strong,
of the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fo rail
road iu Boston, and General Manager C. C.
Wheeler in Guaymns. The distanca is
8,500 miles. Ono was on tho shoro of tho
Atlantic, tho other on the Gulf of California,
which mingles with tho waters of tho Pa
cific. The route of the uiessago was from
Boston in Chicago, Kansas City, Pueblo,
and tho old city of Sunta Fo, and thence on
to Benson lu Arizonia Territory, across Old
Mexico through Sonors, and finally to
Guaymas. Tho occasion was tho comple
tion of the railroad to the latter point,
when the last spike, a silver one, was
driven into a mahogany tie. Arrange
nv-nts bad boon duly made by telegraph,
the telephones were attached to the wires,
and when all was in readiness tho signal
wssgivenaud tho conversation bpgan. The
managers of the longest continous line of
railroad in the world, talked with each
otbor and exchanged congratulations for
the period of five hours. Tho conversations
were heard in a feeble tone, but yet they
were vory distinct. And no wonder. The
idea of transmitting tho sounds of the hu
man voice 8,500 miles is more than marvel
ouswithout an actual demonstration it is
Ou Monday a young girl from Hodges
Park, of rather prepossessing appearance,
was waiting at the Union depot for the
tram to take her home. A young man,
who was also lingoring aVmt tho dpot,
opened conversation with her, telling her
that ho was also waiting for tho sitno train
she was, and was bound for the same di
rection. In the course of the talk the girl
said she wished to write a letter before
leaving, but didn't know where tho post-
office was. The young man took the hint
and offered to conduct her to the post-
office. They went to tho post-office togeth
er; the young girl wrote the letter and
mailed It, and then both went up town and
were going in an entirely different
direction than tho Uuion depot,
when they were stoDned bv an
icer, who arrested the young man and
brought him before Justice Robinson
charged with attempted abduction, young
man testified that ha had
no evil intentions whatever, and
was in tho act ot bringing the
girl back to tho depot, though by a round
about way, when arrested. The young girl
said that nothing had been said or done by
the young man which could have led her
to believe him anything but honorable in
his intentions, but she admitted that sie
did not know but that they were coming
directly back to the depot, when in fact,
they were going directly away from it.
The young mm was discharged and
the young girl is probably by this
time safely at home. The aff iir has a
somewhat unpleasant odor, but it would be
better that a hundred such mistakes should
be mado than that one guilty villain should
succeed in leading some unsophistica
ted country girl astray.
Murphysboro Era: "Murphy has tin
ally determined to Contest Thomas' seat in
the next congress. Mr. Murphy was per
sonally averse to thts course; but some of
his friends doomed it duo to his party to
use every endeavor to unseat Thomas. The
Democrats have a large majority in con
gress and will use their power to the utmost
every contested seat will be decided in
Democratic favor, no matter what maybe
the circumstances, therefore Murphy will
bo declared our next congressman in spito
of toe will of tho people." Tho Era speaks
with tha assurance of positive knowledge of
what Cajitain Murphy and the Democratic
congress will do. It is possible that the
Era knows what the former has deter
mined to do (and we confess that, if it does,
it knows more than we do); but what the
En says with reference to what the latter
will do in case tho former does make a
contest, must, of necessity, bo purely specu
lative. And as the lato Republican con
gress has given the only example of how
to decide a contest in favor of the
contestant who is in accord with
tho majority, in glaring violation
all rules ot parliamentary rights and in
shameless disregard of all truth and hon
esty, we conclude that the Era's specula
tive conclusion is prompted by tha belief
that tho D-'inoorats will consider this odor
ous Republican example as worthy of im
initation. The Era need have no fear. Dem
ocrats will not follow in tho evil ways in
which for many years, the Republican party
tmnagel to m tintaiu its corrupt hold upon
tho federal governnu-nt, but which have
finally brought their j ist reward in disas
tronsdefeat. IfCaptain Murphydoes miko a
contest, we are confident that the casa will
bo tried impartially; that there will bo no
hih-hmded muzzling of the minority; no
violations of important forms of Uw aud
justice; no counting out upon the testimony
of the grossest ignoranca thoro will be
none of the parliamentary and legal leger
demain resorted to by the lato Republican
congress in simular cases.
"THE OLD CURI03TY SHOP."
Katie Patn am and hor troupe presented
the above named piece to a vory fair audi
ence at tho Opera Houso lat night, and
presented it in a manner that called forth
round after round ot applause and soma
strong manfestations of sympathy from the
audience. Miss Putnam's impersonation
of "Marchioness" was a master-piece of char
acter acting which couldn't possibly have
been improved upon; and in her character
of the "Little Nell" she was equally good,
Sho carried tha audionce with her com
pletely at every stago of the performance.
The characters of "Grand Father Trent"
by Mr. C. 8. Coon; "Dick Swivelcr" by
Hurry Warren ; "Quilp" by Mr. Flint Kon
nlcot;"Slum" by W. II. Murdock, wore
also exceptionally good.
To-night, positively the last night, "The
Child of tho Regiment" will be produced.
This is one of Miss Putnam's favorite plays
in which she excels. There ought to be a
A TRIUMPH FOR THE JETTIES.
A npeclal to the Times-Democrat from
fort Eadi announoes the uninterrupted
UNREDEEMED PLEDGES FOR SALE!
tluKK Oold.t,,hkoy winder im.M
'.'l.'.iV.1.'" A.N,( "'ViR W-A1VIIE.S
mwSn7$ra. ,lv0 c""t
PHIL H. SAUP
At Wholesale and Retail.
Proprietor Sanp's Tar Drops.
I do hereby appoint PHI H. Saup my
advise parents to be careful ot poison in candies that are usually sold for le
price of good A sugar. Phil is manufacturing every day and invites the pu
call and Bee for themselves how well he is acting Santa. Clung inutriwomn
We call the attention to an article in the Patterson, New Jersey paper to a coro
ner's inquest: "Wo tho jury sworn to investigate the cause of tho death of May and
Willie Brooks are of the opinion that death ensued from poisonous candies that they
had eaten on the night of their death. '
Come Everybody and seo candies made
on shortest notice.
passage through the jetties to sea yesterday
of the British ship Carmona, the largest
vessel that has ever cleared from New
Orleans, having on board the largest cargo
of cotton that ever left an American port,
and drawing 24 feet and 11 inches. Be
sides her immense load of cotton 11,381
bales the Carmona's cargo included 12,000
bushels of grain in bulk and 2,650 staves.
The Carmona reached the head of the
Pabscsat 2:45 p. m., and at half-past 3
o'clock was at sea, having steamed the 10
miles in three-quarters of an hour a rate of
speed that would prove, were other evi
dence wanting, that her engineer were not
even slowed in passing through tho jetties.
In the face of all tho malicious reports
tending to injure and belittle the jetties,
that are being circulated from time to time
by certaiu journals, among which the Cin
cinnati Commercial is conspicuous, this
passage to sea yesterd iy, without a mo
ment's detention, of a vessel drawing 24
feet and 11 iuche, with one of the largest
cargoes that ever left an American port,
may well be termed a triumph for the jet
ties. MISSISSIPPI VALLEY INTERESTS.
Prom the Vlckebnrg Herald
Tho congressional committee to investi
gate tho Mississippi river work passed
down Monday evening. To say tho com"
mittee is making a very cursory examina
tion is to draw it very mild. From Cairo
to this point uo investigation worthy of tho
name was made. The congressmen stopped
at a few points, aud conversed with citi
zens of various opinions, including old liv
er men, experienced pilots, and so on. So
far as delviug into an investigation of the
great work of improving tho channel and
preserving tho valley, the trip down the
river must be called a failure. On the oth
er hand we do not pretend to say the con.
gressmun mado a pleasure excursion down
the Great Father of Waters. They did
what they could, doubtless, in the limited
time they gave themselves, but any report
whether it be favorablo to one theory or
another, should be taken with due allow
ance for tho facts stated above. When the
report is mado wo will express our opin
ion of it, knowing upou what it is based.
Before the report is made, however, we
deem it to bo our duty in the interest of
the valley to state what wo believo to be
the safe course for the commiTtee to pursue.
The testimony they have taken is valuable,
which comes from intelligent and disinter
ested sources, while that received from in
terested and unscientific channels should
ba avoided. If there are men who have
hobbiea, they should not ba permitted to
rido them at the expense of the vast inter
ests referred to, and certainly they should
not bo permitted to rido them to put mon
ey in their own pockets. There aro men
buzzing around tho committee who never
studied engineering, know nothing
about - it, but who claim to
know how to accomplish- a great
feat of engineering. If they are to be be
lieved there is nothing easier than to pre
vent overflows and improve the navigation
of tho Mississippi. If an astronomical calcu
lation was to bo made, or a geological
truth demonstrated, one would not look
for a in an, no matter if ho was a hundred
years old and had watched tho heavenly
bodies and tho earth for 73 yoars, if ho
knew nothing of astronomy and geology.
Nor should tho committee pay the slighest
attention to hobby riders who nssumo more
knowledge of engineering than those who
have mado it a study all their lives. ' In
addition to that, tho hobby riders wish an
appropriation. That fact should bo caro
There is another feature of tho matter
that should receive the vory careful con
sideration of the committee. Tho govern
ment has pronounced in favor ot the im
provement of tho Mississippi liver and the
preservation of tho valley, but thcro aro
numbers of citizens and vast interests op
posed to the work, even if it could bo ao
compllshed at an expense trifling compared
to ita value. Tho monopolistic railway
interest and cognate Interests in the north
,w 0, s"vo, w,tch ovn Uce wlu,lur' SwlM
CO., Licensed Pawnbrokers.
I Dealer In
Kris Krinolk Land, Nov. 12th, 1882.
ageut for tho receiving of orders for me and
All orders dropped through mail filled
and east are opposed to tbo work, because
the Miisissippi has been, is and always
will be a powerful check on the railway
kings. The moment six feet of water can
be secured between St. Louis and Cairo,
and ten feet between Cairo and New Or
leans all tho yeir round, that momont a
permanent preventive of exorbitant freight
rates will be secured. The committee
should bear all thess things in mind in
reporting upon a matter of so much im
portance. Life is too short to try half a dozjn dif
ferent kinds of "Sure Cures," when one
suffers with a cough or col l . stick to the
best and use Dr. Bull's t'ough Syrup; it
will cure your cough ami never disappoint
you. All druggists sell it at twenty-five
cents a bottle.
Notice In thl colnmn three llnei or lent iOcenti
oceloflurtlun or $1.00 pt-r week.
TOE SALE AT AUCTION .roae n1 lot with
J- Rood ittble, will he sold on of Deceaibor,
ltusted on ilit etrecl oppo-ite the conn'.
T) AGS WANTED 5 eenti pound pid for a
AMlmtted quantify of clen cotton tup to
dcn incbinory. BrinKtuem toloe Bulletin Office.
FOK SALE. Barhr' chslre, wtt h Kanan
blee Ac. CONRAD ALBA. Sixth itn
ti BALK. A Stionlncer 1'arlor firgan S oc-
tare, 7 Biopt In perfect ordur. Will be o)d at
bargain. Call on or addrena caro of Tribune,
rOHSALB.-Blinki, Chattal Morgans, Krxrt
7 '"ilf'i.! wrrnlr Deedeat the Bullet.
Job office TS Ohio Levee.
WANTED COOK.-Totake ehante of kitchen
" nndd(eo..klgflprprlatefamU Fr partic
ular Inquire at Bulletin office.
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
Three Mghti Only.
DEC. 11,12, 13
Engagement of the Charmtng VocalUt, Comedi
enne and Everybou Favortto,
MISS KATIE PUTNAM.
Supported bv Uer Own Comedy Company, an
Oiganlmlon of Artlnta p-cially Selected
for the Production of Mica I'utDam
MONDAY EVE, DEC. llTU.
WoX Katie Putnam.
TUESDAY EVE, DEC. 13TII.
The OLD CURIOSITY SHOP
MKSIiSh.) ttoT j AT J0THAH
WEDNESDAY EVE, DEC. 18TII.
The Child of the Regiment.
JOSEPHINE "JiJf Katie Putnam
Mimlo Unde' the Direction of Prof. Hsnrful.
PRICES: 75c, mic.Ojilerr 5o. No uxtra charge
Tickets on ale at Budur'a Juwelry store.
rjlIIE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo. lUinolt..
71 OUlO LEVEE.
CAPITAL, W 100,000
A General Banking biiNinoHS
THOS. V. IIAUjIUAV,
JNTRltHUbE SAVING BANK.
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
TIIOS. W. II AL.L.I DAY,