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THE DAILY CAIRO "BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 28.' 12
THK DAILY BULLETIN.
(mCK: N. 7H OUIO LKVKE.
ENTMlKD AT TUB CAIUO l'OSTOJTICK FOR
TRANSMISSION TUROUOHTUB MAILS AT SEC
OND CLASS RATE.
DFlUiAL PAPKROF CITT AND COCNTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
notice to ttr.sco'.amn, eitfni cent por line for
IrMaud (! cent per line ecn subnequeut tnor
Inn. for one woek. 30 cunt pr Una. For oue
i onth, floceats per line.
60c. per Caii,
Extra Selects, at DeBaun's.
Receipt book, Cairo date line, perfora
ied stub, suited- to any business, manufac
tared and for sale at the Cairo IJulletin
Grand Opera KeUaurmt opposite
Opera ll-mo up st tirs, Back entrance on
7th street. Oysters in every style. 11-20 tf
in market at DeBaun's 50 Ohio levee.
60c. per Can,
Extra Selects, at I)uB aun's.
Lilies Ki-taurmt opposite Opera
House. Qua B otto proprietor, 11-28 i
' Foil Oysters in any style tlio Grand
Opera Kostaurant Entrances on Commer
cial and 7th street. 11-20 tf
go to DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
. New Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Tenth street. All
mauuer of blicksmitbinir and waron work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work done promptly.
at DoBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
True to Her Trust.
Too much cannot be said of tho ever
faithful wile and mother, constantly watch
ing and caring for her dear ones, never neg
lecting a sinijle duty in their behalf. When
they are assailod by disease, and the sys
tem should have a thorough cleansing, the
stomach and bowels regulated, blood puri
fied, and malarial poison exterminated, she
must know that Electric Bitters are the only
sure remedy. They are the best and purest
medicine in the world and only cost fifty
cents. Sold by Harry W.Hehuh. (4)
riatisfACtion For Ten
In our family of ten for over two years
Parker's Giu'tr Tonic has cured headache,
malaria and other complaints so oatisfac
torily that we are in excellent health and no
expense tor doctors or other medicines.
A beacon in distress is "Dr. Sellers'
Cough Syrup." the most efficacious remedy
for cousin, colds and hooping cough.
"Hackmktack." a lasting and fragrant
perfutre. Price 25 and 50 cents. 13
Loss of hair and grayness, which often
innr the prettiest face, aru prevented by
Parker's Hair Balsam.
A General Stampede.
Never was such a rush made for any
Drug Store as is now at Hany W. Schuh's,
for a trial bottle of Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds,
All persons afTootcd with Asthma, Bron
chitis, Hoarseness, Severe Coughs, or any
affection of the Throat aud Lungs, can get
atrial bottie of this great reuivdy free, by
calling at above Drug Store. (4)
Galvanized Scales lor Uromeries, Dia
ries, Butter Dealers, aud Grocers. Send
forcircular. IIo.vo Savles Co., St. Louis
Mo. ' J l)
August Mitchell. 50 Emma street, Chi
cago, 111., says: "Brown's Iron Bitter has
eutirely cured mo of (i)spepsia and sleep
SniLOu's Cure will iuimo liately relieve
Croup, Whooping Cough Htid Bronchitis.
Foil Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Depression
of Spoils and GUlieral Debility, In their
various form; als as a prcventivl) "against
Fever and Anu, au I other I itJrmitteut
Fi v.-rs, the ' Fctro-Ph'iHporatfd Elixir of
Cilisnvt." m ule by Ciswell. Ilazird oJta.,
New York, an I B li by all Drug sts, isttnrp
best tonic; and hr patients recovering;! mm
Fever or other sickness, it has no equal. (1)
My Son, vged nino yearn, was afflicted
with CMarrti; the use of Elv's Cream Balm
cflectod a comple.ccuro. . W. E. Hamman,
Druggist, Easton, Pa.
Having purchase! tlio bakery of J.
Anthony, on Wasthlngtou avenue between
9th and 10. h streets, 1 prepared to offer to
the public at all times fresh bread, cakes,
&e. of the best quality at the lowest ptlccs
to be found In the city. Call and soo mo.
12-12 -tf ' Jaooh Latnkr.
Tub Wk. Alba uauukk-siiop is one of
the best appointed shops in the city, five
barbers all first-class workuieu. Call at
this slnp, Commercial aveuua next the
Opera Houw and net hair-rutting, lam
pooning and shaving doua in an artistic
Rooms to Rent.
Furnished rooms for rent by Mrs. 8.
Willlauu'ii), ucar corner Seventh street and
A Good Rest an rant.
If you want a good uieal call at Schotn
tneicr's RuMatirarit cor. lOlli at. and Wash
lug avc. Only 25 cs. for a regular meal,
nd day boarding will find tho Itcst accom
tnodation on reasouthle term.
Happy Christinas, 1082!
MERRY NEW YEAR, 1883!
OLD AND RELIABLE NEW YOHK STORK
Just in receipt of all such Goods as aro
necdod for the Holiday Trade, .
New Raisins, Candies, Mince Meat,
New Currants, Home-mado Candy, Apple
Butter, Clams, New Citron, Fancy Candy,
Fruit Butter, Celory, New Prunes, Candy
Toys, Jollies and Preserves, Coeoacuts,
&c-., &c. New Suuar from the South and
Molasses. China Dolls, Wax Dolls and
Wood Dolls, toys of all kinds to make
the children happy and joyful.
Choice Huston Butter and Fresh Country
Butter, Dressed Turkeys and Chickeus.
of Fancy Dry Goods, such t.s Collars, both
Lice and Linen, Siik Handkerchiefs,
Fancy Hose, Sock', Cloaks, and in fact all
Goods needed for home and comfort.
We h ive tlw Goods, and they must bo
sold. " Our motto is "to syll Goods cheap
and lots of them." Try our P. & W. Flour,
finest in the city.
Choice Hams, Breakfast Bacon and
Dried Beef, Pig's Feet and Tongues,
Choice Apples and Oranges.
Call and see us and huv your G tods
cheap. 5t C. O. Patieh&Co.
Upholsterer Chtu. D. Young
has moved his shop to tho Burnes house
on Washington between 0th and 10th.
Mattresses made to order and all work
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In these columns, ten ennt per Mno,
'n'tton and wh tbr marod or not, if calca
Med tit fiva-d any imu'a business Interest are
al way paid for.
Mr. J. M. Raum and wife were at The
Halliday yesterday. Ho is the brother of
General Green B. Raum.
The Ella Kimbrough leaves here daily,
except Saturdays, at 4 o'clock p. m. for
Capo Girardeau. tf
Hon. W. A. Spann, of Vienna, was at
The Halliday yesterday, on his way home
from Springfield, where he had been at
tend ng to his contest suit.
A party of the young friends of Miss
Bettie Korstnycr githerod at her homo at
the corner of Eleventh and Walnut streets
last ni?lit and had a social dance.
Joseph Wright, James Tooler aud John
Doyle were each fined one dollar and costs
by Magistrate Comings yesterday for be
ing drunk. The latter was giyeu a stay of
execution on condition that he leave
Schoolchildren will find The Bulle
tin scratch -bid; Noa. 2 and 3 Vr sale at
riiil Saup's candy st.trc. tf
The beautiful music rendered at the
Christmas service in the Episcopal church
on Monday, will bo repeated at the service
in that c urch next Sunday.
More titan a million rf dollars has
been derived from tho performance of East
Lynn, and all its author, Mr. Taylcure, ever
received was seventy-five dollars sent him
by the lamented Lucelle Western. -
Deputy Collector Murphy returned
yesterday from E ist St. Louis, where he had
been settling up the affairs of Deputy In
ternal Revenue Collector Mossig, who was
elected to the Legislature in his district at
the late election, and has therefore resigned
his office of deputy collector.
Just received a largo stork of fiuo
opera glasses, pearl and other kinds, lor
salo and hire; also fine jewr.'lry, watches,
clocks and plate! ware, at Buder's jewelry
A party of eight or teu couples of
young people- gathered at the new resi
dence of Mr. C. R. Wood
ward Monday night and had a
social dance and feast, and a very jolly
time generally. It was a house-warming
party, though perhaps a little premature,
as tho housu is still unfinished.
Tuesday night, at a meeting held for
the purpose by the Knights of Honor, Mr.
Charles Cunningham was elected dictator
of that society, Mr. G.B. Ramsey, assist
ant dictator; Judge R. S. Yocum, reporter;
Mr. A. O. Koysp, financial reprncr; Mr. J.
F. Miller, uuide; Mr. C. B S. Pennebakor,
chaplain; Mr. George H. Lent., treasurer;
Mr. C. I). Young, guardian; Mr. R. Heb-
sucker, sentinel, and Dr. J. H. Bryant, med
ical ex ajjii-rfer. One year is the term of
Stick eanJy was the treat that Farmer
McIIenry,of near Pulaski, III., took home
to his three children the other evening.
They ate it and couvuisious eiisuad. One
has since died, another is very low aud tho
third Is recovering. Parents have- no guar
anty that unscrupulous dealers will not
use terra alba and aniline dyes. Before al
lowing white or loiuon candies to bo eaten
tho uarents h mid dissolve a piece in a
jrlass of water. If thero is a white prvdur
precipitated this evidences tho presence or
A Christmas present that could not bo
excelled for general usefulness is displayed
at Coleman's book store iu shape of a
Silent" New Home Sewing Machine, with
all attachments; prico at factory, 55.00
and Coleman only asks (15 for it. Call
and see it. HI.
Tho Chunfrau's arrrivud this morning,
and open to-night at tho Opera House.
"Kit," The Arkansas Traveller being tho
opening card. To-morrow evening Mrs.
HeurietU Cliniifrau appears id the loading
role in tho now drama of "Parted," and on
Saturday, tnaliiioo as Lady Isabel or Clif
ton W. Tayleu tr's Sixth' IU'visiou of tho
beautiful play of East Lynne. Saturday
evuoioK Mr. Chanfrsu appears in the char
ncter cf tho Yankee, Solon Scuddor, or
Band Caulk's famous play, tho "Octoroon,"
in which he appears to splendid advantage.
Tickets on sale at Buder's Jewelry Store,
75 and 50 cents, no extra charge for reserv
ed scats. Saturday matinee, 50 cents to all
parts of tho house.
With a positivencss that implies a
knowledge of the truth of , what it says,
tho Springfield Register tells us that Bar
ton, of thu Carbondalo Froo Press, is an
applicant for an oilice at tho hands of Gov
ernor Cullom when that gentlemen shall
bo senator, and that this accounts for Bar
ton's labored attempt to prove the Gov.
illegible for Iho oflice of senator. We were
under tho impression that Bartoti was for
Thomas for senator; but we are afraid we
were mistaken; iu this matter Barton is so
much like the Irii-h nam's flen.
Mr. Orr, advance agent for tho Fay
Templeton Troupe, is in tho city since yes
terday, arranging with Mauager Shields for
the appearance of the above named troupe
at the Opera Houbo hero on New Year's
afternoon aud night, and on the next night.
At the hfternoon uiatiuee, "Patience" will
be produced ; New Year's uight, "Mas
cotte," the bjauiiiul play with which this
troupe opeued the Opera House over a year
ago ; and on the night of January 21 we
will havo "The Pirate of Punsans." Wo
doubt not that the Cairo public will greet
the pretty and sprightly Fay aud her troupe
very heartily aud numerously.
On Tuesday Chief Myers received u
dispatch from Mr. Harvey Black, ot Pop
lar Bluff, telling him to look out for a
young white fellow who had stolen about
four hundred dollars from Mr. Biaek. The
thief, whoso name is Wells, is about twenty
years old, and woro blue cap, shirt and
pants. Mr. Black keeps a saloon at Pop
lar B;ulT and Tuesdiy Wells was in the
saloon and while Mr. Black was out wont
to tho safe which was open aad took all he
could find, about three hun
dred and thirteen dollars in
mouey ami a check fur eighty
seven dollars, and left for parts unknown.
Mr. Black offers a reward of fifty dollars
for Wells, capture.
At eighteen of the twenty-one places
r-ported from in yoitorday evening's
weather brill' tin ho thermometer fell; at
the three exceptions it was stationary. The
avi ragn fall was about seven degrees; the
avenue state about thirty-two degrees
above z;ro. Tho liihc-t was fifty, at
Vicksburg; the lowest, nineteen, at Yank
to.i and Bismarck. At this poiut it
marked thirty-seven. Slight rains were re
ported from Cincinnati, Duhuque, La
Crosse, Pittsburg and St. Paul. Liuht
snow from Dubuque and Pittsburg. Our
weather promises to be about the reverse of
what those who profess to bo the country '6
reliable prnguo-ticaton havo prognosti
cated. A little oil painting of much merit was
shown us yesterday by its owner who re
ceived it as a Chiistura gift. It was in
form of tho style now very commou: a
patc-board plate, moiiuted upon a silk
back groan 1 iu a noat fr.rno.
The picture on tlio plate rep
resented a winter scene: snow-covered
ground; bo ice-'imid s!r;am!et; ia tree,
irregular of form and apparently dead,
supporting u,jon one side, a lovely ivy of
dull green, and up in the other, clinging to
the bare, crippled blanches, with elevated
back and spiteful mieti.a black tom-cat bids
defiance to a great, black hound, whoso
attitude and expression are those
of the most intense longing". Tho little
picture is a work of art; it will bear close
sciuiiny without detraction, for every
touch of tho pencil-brush is smooth, accu
rate. It is very true to nature s.t truo that
while gazing up.m it one almost expects to
see evidences of life. It was produced by
Miss Emmi Jamvs who has made oil
paiming one of her studies and haf,
thrMi.'h her own efforts alurje, acquired
great skill in '.his beautiful but difficult
art. She expects to tuke lessons from a
competent teacher soon and thore can be
no doubt but that she , will develop rare
"A JUMBLE OF ERKOK8" AGAIN,
hi Saturday's Argus appears a reply to
the Bulletin's comment under the alnve
heading, upon an item in the St. Lotus
Post-Dispatch purporting to statu tho cau
ses which led to thu proceedings at law now
pending between the St. Louis and Cairo
railroad company, and Tho City of Cairo
Tho Argut' reply demands a reply from us.
lest somo statements therein made lead
readers to erroneous conclusion-', and place
The Bulletin and tho City of Cairo in a
Tho substance of tho Argus' article is
about as follows: tint thero is no necessity
for repeating "I'or the fortieth time tho old
story about tho delinquency of the Cairo
and St. Louis railroa I company iu not pro
tecting tlu Mississippi Livee;" that "tho
company was bankrupt;" that "whatever
its real disposition may havj boeu at the
time, it attended its Inability to do the work
requirud;" that "in the course of events it
was sold out for tho benefit of creditors;
and tho parties who bought it organized
tho present company" which "does not
deem itself liable for tho claims ugainsttlio
old company, more than a man purchasing
at a legal sale) procured by creditors, a
haiiktupt rucroliaiit's stock, would deem
himself liable for claims against the bank
rupt, which tho proceeds of the sale should
fail to satisfy." That "it tho city had a
legtl claim against tho Cairo and St. Louis"
railroad, the tirao to have Bocured it was
when the road was taken for tho benefit of
its creditors;" that "in purchasing the
road tho uow company ihad no reason to
take the claim into consideration," and that
"to expect it to pay a claim of many thou
sand dollars for its defunct predecessors
voluntarily, is to suppose that the new com
pany is made up of bouevolent gentlemen,
having more money thau they know what
to do with."
The Bulletin has always made it a
point to defend tho pooplo of Cairo aud
their representatives agalust tho unjust as
perilous of all enemies and their appolo
gists whenever opportunity has been offer
ed; it has ma do it its . special duty to meet
every asult mado upon them by tho ofli
cers of thy Cairo and 8:. L 'tiis railroad
company or tho St. Louis and Cairo rail
road company, which, it should be always
borne in mind, is one and the same thint',
except that the lattor is composed of tho
more "shrewed," not to say bluntly, the
moreunscrupu nus, members of the former;
biit Tub Bulletin has s arcely ever, wo
may say never, referred to any of tho un
pleasant truths connected with this whole
stale and tainted and troublesome subject,
except to correct misstatements of them, un
justly reflecting upon tho people of Cairo
and tha'r representations, made by tho ofii -cers
of the company or their misguided ap
pologists. Referenco to these truths "for
tho fortieth time" was mado uecossary by
tho lilundoring item evidently dictated by
Mr. llimiltou to a St. Louis Post-Dispatch
reporter: roi'onmeo to them this, the forty
first time, if the Argus' figures be correct, is
necessary for reasons above starl-d.
Tub Bulletin has not at any timo de
nied that tho old company was bankrupt
at the time it pormitted its right of way to
cmmblo into the Mississippi river; but it
has asserte l,and miint tins tnw.that in per
mitting tho levee to be thus swept away tho
compiny (orf.-itod its right of way into tho
city and became directly and exclusively
responsible, in equity if not in law, for all
the fearful Consequences all tho danger to
the life and property of tho city, and all
the evil subs-qiieut effccM naturilly result
ing to a community from such an orJeal as
that through which Cairo was compelled to
pass. To say that the company's bank
ruptcy wasan excuse for its failure to main
tiin the levee will not do at all. As The
Bulletin stufed before, a hundred dolltrs
or less, mod pnperly at the right tiiu-,
would have saved the ombinkmeut. Tho
company could certainly havo raised this
sum even though it was bankrupt. But tlio
important point in this connection is, that
thu company itself did not offer its bank
ruptcy as an excuse for inaction it did not,
as the Anrgus eays, "assert its inability to
do the work required." On tho contrary
the company asserted its ability and will
ingness to immediately do the work re
quired. Letters and dispatches were re
ceived almost daily by prominent citi
zens here from officers of tho com
pany, saying that construction trains
would bo hero to do the work.
If we remember right, Alderman Halli
day went to Springfield, or w&s thero at tho
time, and receiv.;4 from one authorized to
speak tor the company the positive assur
anie that tho work would be done rompMy.
It' tho i xcuse kindly mado by the Argus,
for the company's failure to comply with
the tnut important condition upon which
it was granted right of way into tho city
is good, if tho company was
bankmpf, then it is perhaps not too much
to attune that the company knew it,
though Ciero is some ground for the belief
that it didn't ; and tten the prom
ises to do tho work could
have been mado t-r no other pur
poso than the most diabolical one of de
laying action on the part of othors to pre
vent tho overfl iw of tho city, aud to bring
about even worso results than did occur,
That th;so hypocritical promises did pre
vent all effort on the part of others to save
the old levee is a fact commonly known
The Bulletin has not at any timo in
serted that tho city had auy legal claim
against the old company. Hid there been
such a claim the authoriti.s would doubt
less havo Secured it when tho road was
taken for the benefit of its cruditoro."
Whatever "claim" tho city had agaiust tho
company on this account was purely equit
able, indirect, but resulted directly from
the disastrous consequuuees of the com
pany's inexcusable failure to comply with
tho conditions upon which it held its right-of-way
iuto tho ci'y. But the city had
subscribed stock to the company; it held
btnek to thu amount of a huudred thousand
dollars in tljo road. And when "in the
course of tvouts," tho road "was sold out
for the bcuefit of creditors, and the parties
who bought it organized the present com
pan) "which "does not deem itself liablo
for tho claims against the old company,"
etc, then the city was "organized'' out of
its Btock iu the road. The "reorganization"
was only a ueat legal trick, planned aud
executed by the less honest members of tho
old company, for the purpose of getting
rid of tho smaller and more honest stock
holders, and swiudling them out of their
Interest ir tho road. The trick succeeded
and tho swindlers, who are now and always
wore the coutrollinff power of the new,
tho present, company, roalizod nearly half
a million dollars by it. Aud the company
under its present organization Is alone
guiltlyof this bol l robbery. The present
organization, of whoso interests and - (rood
NEW STOKE! NEW GOODS! NEW I'ftlCESI
Cor. 14th St. fe Commercial Avo., Cairo, 111.,
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots ami Shoes, Hats and Caps,
GROCERIES and QUEENS WARE, &c.,
Will keep a full stock on' hand of a good quality. Past experience convinces mo that
nothing but a good article gives the purchaser satisfaction, and tho worth of his money.
Possessing many advantages in buying and selling, and will give those who patronizo
mo tho benefit of such.
Therefore, if you need Children, Boys, Youths or Gents' Latest Stylo SUITS or
Elegant OVEUCOATS at prices that can't be beat; or,
Childrens, Misses, Ladies, Boys or Cents' IlubberShoe,
Misses and Ladies' Rubber, or Gossamer Circulars, also Mens and Boys' Rubber Boots
and Coats, or Custom-made Boots and Shoes of thu BEST QUALITY, givu uio a call.
If you need any
AVhitc or Colore 1 Blankets or Bed Comforts
for your own n-e or fur a boarding-house, call at the square-dealing, one-price Stop s.
A splendid j all wool Blanket, $0 00 and upwatds. The ettel mixed Jeiis, Suit aud
Pantaloons fr Boys, Youths and Men, which havo given such satisfaction, and Flannel
Shirts and Overall.-1, &c, for Woikingmen, Mechanics and Steamboat Hands, I am dctir
mined to always keep the b"Ht.
I embrace this first opportunity to return my tincsn thanks to ihos who have
patronized m since 101, and I will try and nwit a continuance id' the sums in the future.
PB0C L AM AT I. ON.
KRIS K I! INGLE LAND, NOV. 12 Til, 1802.
I do hereby appoint Phil. II. Saup my agent for the re
ceivinj of orders tor me, and advise parents to be careful of
poison in Candies that are usually sold for Ies than price of
good A Sugar. Phil is manufacturing every day and in
vites the public to call and see for themselves how well he is
acting Santa Clans instruction.
We call the attention to an article in the Patterson.
New Jersey paper to a Coroner's Inquest:
"We, the Jury, sworn to investigate the cause of the
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 see Candies made. All orders
dropped through mail tilled on shortest notice.
name the Argus is mi s.dicitious, is really
tho more completely unprincipled o the
two. It is composed chu-i'ly of the moral
scum and stubborn unreason ot the pjd
company, and is controlled by them. Its
very conception was sinful and its birth was
the result i'f a black, dishonest scheme;
it is tho bastard issue of au unholy alliance
between blind avario and unblushing dis
honesy. To expect this company to do any
thing that would indicate tho .existence of
unusual benevolence within its bosom
would be lauglublu indeed; to think that
this company could rio anything that would
imply the possession of mod.-sty, lion-sty,
enterprise and good horse sense by those
who uow control it, one must asumo that
cither the company or the virtues named
are exactly thu revevse of what thu record
ofthepaUand common understanding say
The publisher of th B -aver FUs, Pa.
Couiier, Mr. John F. Potter, some time ogo
contracted a severe cold. He saysi "I tried
half a- dozen remedies ineffectually and
upon recommendation of a physician I gave
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup a fair, 'qiute trial.
It relieved me immediately and enred my
cold and catarrh entirely. It is a icruedy
that should be used in tviry household."
Last night, at 8:ofl o'clock, at his home
on Fifth Street, near Washington Avenue,
A. J. Sayers, aged about twenty years,
breathed his last after a short illness with
pneumonia. The remains will be conveyed
to Blandvide, Ivy., for burial to-day,
Jack was ngool boy considerably bet
ter thau the average. Jle caino to Tub
Bulletin othVo about three years ogo as
apprentice; started at tho very bottom of
the printers' trade; woikeJ industriously;
learned rapidly, and rosa steadily, until
about a year ago he w s promoted to the
foremanship of The Bullktin news-room,
which Important position he filled fuithfuily
and veiy satisfactorily until his late sick
ness, lianas of a pleasant, social disposi
tion, and was bkwl and rooectcd by all
who kn'iwhlm, particnlaily by those who
knew him best.
Two sisters only survive him, who were
depending upon his daily labor for support,
bcth parents having died wi bin a year iu
this city. One is but a year or two younger
than Jack was, tho other is a very bright
littlegirl of about twuivo years. Both will
now depend upon ihemselves snd a gene
rous public for tho necessaries and comfort!
of life, for they have no relatives living so
far as known, and they are in poor citciim
stances. May fate deal more gently with
thorn in tho iuturu than it did in tho past
as gently as poor, kind hearted Jack would
always havo dono had ho lived is the hope
of Tim Bulletin.
Says Mr. George T. Dre'yor, 45 Division
avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y. "I have suffered
with frost bitten feet every Winter. I ap
plied St. Jacobs Oil a few times and am
All pel sous aro hereby not i lied not to
trust or harbor my wife Lucy, on my ac
counts, as we have separited by mutual
consent, and I will pay no bills of her con
tracting. J.'us Clanct. 4t.
(JAIRO OPJSRA HOUSE.
Grand Holiday Attraction!
THREE NIGHTS AND MATIN" Eft
K"TA..;; j CI I ANFR AU.
Speaccr & Taylenre's Successful Thy
Kit K ddtns F. B Cil ANTRAL'
C W. Triyleure'n Conn dy Drama
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K I R S V N I O H T or H 5 N H 1 E TT A C n A S P R A L'
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Dorsuy futrk'y Cilfton W. ley euro
1 ba author ol the iUv.
SATURDAY MATINEE, at 2:30 P.M.
Th GKE VrSSTnf EMOTIONAL PLAYS.
Tho OUKATKSI' LADY !ABIL.
'TIE NEW EAST LYNNE'
Dy Clifton W, TsyUnrti, rrtulnO aithorof :b
ORIGINAL LAST LYNNE.
Lt'lv Innbf! H'-mlit'i Clutirsn
ArchiliuM Carlyle .tltftcn W . Tsylmro
The Original ot this Omit Play.
N"w in Dialogue,
New 1 n Sitvmt ion,
New in hkiimea,
New in Pint.
Last A insurance of tho I'opuUr i'o
median in ilouclctvult'o Omit Play
AflmlsMoti, 7V. and 50c. i Gallery. Wc. Miiibca
Trice Mic. to all parts ol tlio Humph tnrlurlluKHo
The Old ReliaWe
No. , Will llUVtMl
Grand New Year's Rail.
In thor Hall ou
Monday Nljrht Jmnary 1, 1883.
Tha It all ha ham nwlynttid on, and will hi
hind'mtHy trlmmod fur tho occiuWip, tid thi
coinmltK'u wllluku urt p. ln tnin.ko trot Hall
a itund (hkcvm that shall lie tilnlily cujoyod hv at
TO It BTBAOALA.
C'omiBltti'oof ArrtnKmnlf ;