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TI1M DAlXY OAIHO HUM,ETtN : SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 31, US2.
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SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
notice tia iniacolamu, el gnt cent! per Una fur
Iratandfiva eanli nor ho achaubaoqueut lneor
Ion. tor ono wtnik. 30 cema per line.
n onth. ft) conta per llu.
, , 50c. per Can,
Extra StjlecU, at DeBaun's.
, Receipt books, Cairo date lino, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured and for Bale at tbe Cairo Bulletin
r: i vn Opkha Kiwtnuritnt onnosite
Opora H mo U) stairs, Back entrance on
7th stretsl. Oysters in evory stylo. 11-26 tf
in mai'kqt at DeBaun's 56 Ohio levee.
60c. per Can,
Extra Seloots, at DeLUun's.
Lilioi Rjstauraat opposite Opera
House. Qus BjUo proprietor, 11-20 tf
Fob Otsteks in any style go tbo Grand
Opera Restaurant Eatruuces oa Commer
cial and 7th street. 11-20 tf
go to DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
, New Blacksmith Shop.
A Dew horse shoein shoo has been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Tenth street. All
manner of bheksmitbing and wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a spocialty.
Work done promptly, tf
at DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
True to Her Trust.
Too much cannot be said of th.ever
faithful wife and mother, constantly watch
ing and caring for her dear ones, never neg
looting a single duty in their behalf. When
they are assailed 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
Bure remedy. They are the best and purest
medicine in the world ami "bnly cost fifty
cents. Sold by Harry W. Sehuh. ,, (4)
Satisfac ion Tor Ten.
In our i tmily of ten for over two years
Parker's Guer Tmic has cured headache,
intUm iiiI other complaints so tatisfac
torily that we ire in excellent health and no
expense lor doctors or other medicine.
To all whi are sufficing from the errors
and iu liscrution uf youdi, nervuus weak
ness, arly d'-eav, loss of manhood, &, I
will send a recipe that w ill cr ynu, fukk
OF cniRQK. This great remedy was
discovered ty a m nister in Su'h America.
Hend a s-l I -addressed envelope to the Rev.
Joseph T. Inman, Station D., New York
A beacon in distress is "Dr. Selleii'
Cough Svrup," tneruost efflnaious remedy
tor cmlia, cold and hooping ouugh.
Price 25c. X
"IIaokktac." a lasting and fragrant
perfutre. Price 25 and 50 cents. 13
Loss of hair and grajneso, which often
mar the prettiest face, are preventea by
Parker's Hair Balsam.
A General Stampeile.
Never was such a rush made for any
Drug Store as is now at Hany W. Schuh's,
for a trial bottle of Dr. Kiug's New Dis
covery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds,
All persons affected with Asthma, Bron
chitis, Hoarseness, Severe Coughs, or any
affection of tho Throat and Lungs, can get
a trial bottle of this great remedy free, by
calling at abovo Drug Store. (4)
Ualvauizad Scales tor Creameries, Dia
ries, Butter Dealers, aud Grocers. Send
forcircular. Howe Scales Co., St. Louis
Auauht Mitchell? 50 Emma street, Chi
cago. 111., savs: "Browo's Iron Bitters has
entirely cured mo of dyspepsia and sleep
Over 250,000 Howe scale have been sold
and the demand increasing continually.
Bordoo. Selleck & Co., agents, 8t. Louis,
SniLon's Cure will immediately relieve
Croup, Whooping Cough and Bronchitis.
Fob Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Depression
of Spirits and General Debility, in their
various forms; also as a preventive against
Fever and A..U9, ani other Intermittent
Fevers, the "Ferro-Phosporatud Elixir of
rr.i: - I... .....,tl IT-.-,t Jtr. P-
V&H"jra, oil, .i m.
New York, and sold by all Druggists, is the
best tonic: and for patients recovering from
Fever or other idckueas, it has no equal. (1)
My Bos, aged nine ye, was afflicted
with Oatarrli; tho ue of Ely's Cream Balm
erleuied ft complete cure. W. E. IUmman,
Druggist, Easton, Pa.
Fob Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint you
have printed guarantee u evorv bott:e
of SUilob'i Yitalizer. It never fails to
Mr. J. Vandeuvebn, D ugists, Grand
II ven, Mi -ti. I can safely recontmend
Ely's Oleum Balm for t lie euro of Catarrh
Cold in the Hea l, &C IWoro I have used
the first buttle I puir.hai.ed of ,u ( find
myself curd. Afiim-s I could scarcely
smell anything and had a head tche mst
of the time. Henry Lilv, Airent for the
American Exprrss C . Grand Haven, Mich
Having purchased the bakery ot J
Anthony, on Wasthlngton avenue between
0th and 1 0t It streets, I prepared to offer to
the public at all times fresh bread, cakes,
&c. of the best quality at the lowest prices
in be round in the city. Call and see me
13-ll tf Jacob Lather.
Rooms to Kent.
Furn'glii'd rooms for rent by Mn. 8.
Williamson, near corner Seventh street and
A Uood Keatauraut.
If you want a good meal call atSchoen
mejer's Restaurant cor. lOth Bt. and Wash
ing ave. Only 25 cts. for a regular meal,
and day boarding will find the best accom
modation on reasonable terms.
Tnu Wm. Alba bakber-biiop is ono of
the best appointed shops in the city; five
barbers all first-class workmen. Cull at
this shop, Commercial avonuo next the
Opera House and got hair-cutting, sham
pooning and shaving done in an artistic
Upholsterer Cha. D. Young
has moved his shop to the Byrnes house
on Washington between 0th and 10th.
Mattresses made to order and all work
AH persons are hereby notified not to
trust or harbor inv wife Lucy, on my ac
counts, as we have separated by mutual
consent, and I will pay no bills of her con
tracting. John Clancy. .
Professor Mason's next term of dancing
lessons commences on S-turday, Dec. 30,
afternoon class at 2 p. ra. anil evening cjass
at 7 p.m. Pupila will pleime take notice.
I have sold my interest iu tho firm of
White & Co., Bird's Point, Mo., to Mr. J.
T. Jones; the old firm will collect all ac
counts outstanding and pay all debts con
tracted previous to tho 21st day of Decem
ber, 1882. After above date my interest
and responsibility iu tbe firm ceased.
12-30-31 J. S. Jackson.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
vAiia. in th..M Minmni. ten cant per lino,
finch irtton end wh"thor marked or pot, If calcu-
l.,trt tn f.nvn-d anir in ID'I D'Jglittse idwtubi "
always paid for. -
Wanted -A good house-keeper,
man preferred. Applp at tins office.
A good house keeper wanted,
The Auberry property up-town
fered for sale by M. J. Howley.
" The U"ual services will be held at near
lv all the churches iu '.he city at the usual
hours to-day. .
F ir Sale A good family horse. Price
$65. For particulars apply at this office
famns Tanner Wis fined ten dollars
by M igistrite Comings yesterday for visit
tig bid houses.
-T omorrow nih' the Fy Tt mpleton
troupe appears upon tne upera uuuse
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Wanted A good cok. Apply to Mrs,
Burnett.N i. 32 10th street. St.
Mr. and Mrs. James Lemen, father and
nvith-r f ln. E. A. Burnett, are down
r im Dixon Springs on a short visit to the
The services at the Episcopal church
to-day will consist in part of a repetition
of the snlendid music leudered in the
church on Christmas day.
-Calfon Johnsm & Co., on Eighth
street, for a fine lunch to-morrow morning
at 10:30 o'clock. It
A little sou of Mrs. Charles Pfifferling
ou Seventh Street, received a severe cut in
the face yesterday by aJTall from a moving
Mr. and Mrs. S. Rosenwater are at Hot
Springs for the former's health. Report
from there yesterday was to tho effect that
Mr. Rosenwater had nearly recovered
Johnson & Co., on Eighth street, will
set a grand free luuch to morrow morning
at 10:110 o'clock. It
- Litta, one of Bloomington's musics
debutantes will sing at Catbondalo on the
22d proxiomo. She has received much fa
vorable notice from the press and public.
Miss May Cassidy arrived yesterday
on the steamer Fowler, and will remain
Boveral days on a visit to her brother, Mr
Frank Cassidy, f the steamer Threo
Schoolchildren will find The Buli.e
tin scratch-books Nob. 2 and 8 tor sale at
Phil Saup's candy stare. tf
The Christian church people will meet
tor worship at the residence of Mr. Robin
on on 15th street, in Col. Ronrden's house
at 10:80 p.m. Members and friends invi
- County Court was convened by Judge
Robinson yesterday for the purpose of ad
mining the will of the late Mrs. Margret
Wtilnian to probate. Mr. 0. O. Patier was
Mr.G. II. Lyman has been offered and
has ajcptel a general officer's position
with the Littlo Rock & Fort Smith R
Himself and lamilv will leave for their
new home at Little R ck this week much
to the regret of their many Cairo friends
. The Ella Kjmbrough leaves here daily,
except Saturdays, at 4 o'clock p. m. fur
Cape Girardeau. - tf
A man named Ben Rushing, who shot
a man named Lindsey at James Bayon on
Chnstm b for throwing a glass of whinky iu
His face during a quarrel has been captured,
and is in jail at Charleston, Mo.
Judge Rihinson returned Friday from
Kana-is City, Mo., where ho attended the
funeral of his father who died at Spring
field. Mo., several days ago, The family
burying grouodia at K tunas City,
After a very successful season cant,
Fay Templeton, Ihelittle beauty who open
ed the Opera Homo .ere a year ago, comes
again, laden with honors and perfectud, to
entorlain tho thuatro goers ol Cairo Mon
"The New East Lynne" at tho matinee
by tlio Chanfraus yetterday afternoon drew
a very good audience to the Opera House,
There was much manifestation of leeling
at Mrs Chanfrau's matchless personation of
A grand fref lunch will bo spread by
Johnsou & Co., at their saloon on Eighth
street to-morrow morning at 10:30 o'clock.
All are invited tocome and partake. It
Messrs. Jno. O'Brien &Co., proprietors
of the Missouri Boiler Works, at St. Louis,
Mo., are sending out some fancy calenders
for 1888, advertisiug their bujinesi. ' Mr.
W. P. Smyth, tormerly of tins city, is
the company in the firm.
Manager Shields, of the Opera House,
has prevailed with the ChaDfrau company
aud mado arrangements with them by
which, on their return north in spring,
they will come by way of Cairo and rppeut
lere the groat play, "Parted," which took
so well Friday night.
A Christmas present that could not be
excelled for general usefulness is displayed
at Coleman's book store in shape of a
Silent" New Homo Sewing Machine, with
all attachments; price at factory, $55.00
and Coleman only asks f 15 for it. Call
and see it. 8t.
-Buton concludos a pointed reply to the
Springfield Register bs follows: "Lastly, he
is not an applicant for an appointment at
the hands of Gov. Cullom or any other man.
The Free Press supports Gov. Cullom be
cause it beli'-ves him to be the best uiau in
the state for U. S. senator,"
-Mr. Ben. Stern, business agent of the
"Old Shipmates" combination, was here
yesterday, concluding arrangements fur the
appearance of his company at the Oper.i
Honse hero next Siturday. Ilia troupe
has mado one of its most successful tours
bo far, playing at Donver for a week to
from ten tj (ifteon hundred dollar houses.
A man named Por.sytb, living at Cot
ton Wood Point below here,was celebrating
Christmas by firing anvils. In tho course
of the ntnusemen? ono of tho HnviU burs-
ted, putting buth of the man's eyes out aud
injuring him otherwise. When the steam
er Tyler passed there Friday night the uinu
was just alivo and expected to die Hny mo
ment. -Tho fifth annual "festival" of the
Bnptist Sunday School will be held at the
church to rn rrow evening, Jan 1st. Ad
iuteresting exercise entitled "The Heavenly
City," will be presented, which, with music
and other exercises, will make up
pleasant entertainment. The church will
be neatly aecorated tor the occasion.
Frien s of tho school are cordially invi.
Psducah News of Fiiday: "Ilm. I
f. Linsgar returned to his homo in Cairo
this morning. Ho has been in the city for
several days taking depositions in tho cax
of the Alexander County B.mk (of Cair.)
vs. John Sinnott and others of this city i
suit of much importance. lie was com
pelled to go homo before he had finished
his work in order to atterfl tho approach
ing session of tho Illinois Legislature, ol
which hois a member." The Legislature
meets next Wednesday, by the way.
The Fay Templeton Opera Combinu
tion Dicsents at New Year's matinee, the
sparkling opera of "P.ttience." Monday
evening, "Mascotte," Andrau's greatest, and
on Tuesday night, laBt appearance, the
Pirates ot Penzance, and wo feel safo in
saying that tho good impression left by
Miss Fay, at tho opening of tho Opera
House last year, will insure hor crowded
houses during her engagement. Tho
company is now compoiod of 33 first-class
artists, and are calculated to give us a flrst-
clasa entortainmeut in everv respect. Let
little Fay have a rousing attendance.
Missouri Ropublicau; "The cons dida
of the Cincinnati Qnzutte and Commercial
is announced. Theso arotwoot the oldest
of tho prominent journals of tho country
Tho Gszetto flies at the head of its columns
the legend "Vol. 110-N'o. 150," and the
Commercial indicates the numbers of all
the years ot its life in words and figures as
follows: "Vol. XLUI.-No. 02." We had
not before noticed that the G H'jtto was so
stricken in years and do not now recall tho
genes'iB of our esteemed contemporary away
back in tho dim period of 1772. They are
both journals of ability and thoir publish
ers have long been regarded as among the
capable men in the profession. It is an
exceedingly rare occurrence thnt journals of
such standing find it to their interest to
The Bulletin wishes its many read
ers ono and all a very happy New Year,
and hopes that each will be very merry and
make very many very good reso
MtnnH winch shall not prove
to be such as are said to cotuposu the
pavement ol the place which tho eloquent
Bob ays does not exist. Tub Bulletin
has only good will and good wishes fo:
every one, even for the St. Lulls and Caiio
railroad company, and all"thein" whom it
bus sought to pn.tect ngaiimt themselves
and chastised for their own great good
and for the city's. It hopes that
all may grow big with unaloyed
prosperity, as Tuk Bulletin has not grown,
and bo good as Tub Buixbtiw has aU
ways been and Intends always to be. Tub
Bulletin would bless them all nod bid
them Qoil epeed in the New Year.
A fair audience witnessed the perfor
mance of "Octoroon" at the Opera Howe
bythoClianfrau-Tayleuro combination I aid
night. The matinee in the afternoon,
which was largely attended, had some effect
on the audience at night. The play Is
pretty much like "Uncle Tom's Cabin," but
lacks all the strong objectional features of
that play. It Is replote with thrilling inci
dents. It was presented in a powerful
manner by the company. Mr. Chanfrau
took the leading part as "Salem Scudder,
for which ha is peculiarly adapted, and he
acquitted himself first rate as always. Miss
R'HinaDice.astho "Octoroon," produced a
strong effect upon tho audience, moving the
more tender-hearted to tears frequently.
She scored a triumph of which she may be
proud. Mr. F. D. Allen, as "Jacob
McCloBkey," also acted his part remarka
bly well, and Little Daisy as the "Mulatto
Boy" again challenged the admiration of
tho audience. Miss Montgomery as "Dora
Sunnyside" also deserves favorable montion.
She had a minor part and acted it well.
The whole company leaves the best possi
ble impression with tho theatre-goers here
and will be welcomed back in February
with opon orms.
There will probably be but very little
calling done in this city to-morrow.
The custom seems to have lost its favor
among both the ladies and the gentleman
of thiscity. The former do not solicit
calls as in former years, and in other cities;
and tho latter well, thoy have no'busines
to assumo that they will be welcome.
There are doubtless some very Berioui ob
jections to tbe custom. Genteel young
ruffians will always take advantage ot Now
Year's day to give thefr evil natures full
scope aud impose their objectional compiny
upon reSned ladies who can only detest
them. We can not say that this has caused
the custnn to fall into disfavor among the
ladies, though there are some of the class
of persons described hero as thero are in
every city. We rather think that the young
m;n of thiscity generally are principally
to blame for this social coolness in not res
ponding more generally to former solicita
tions for calls. We believe that many of
(lie best ladies in the 'city would gladly
aQiiunce themselves prepared to receive call
ers if they know that the announcement
would ho responded to by a eurricient num
ber of gentlemen to justify them in making
piepur itinns. Many of the ladies who had
open houses last New Year were seriously
disappointed in this respect. They had
prepared many good things for expected
uu'sts a id were-corapelled afterwards to
ett everything themselves, which toi their
vnry ' unselfish souls and not very
hungry stomachs was not at all agreeable,
so it wasn't. If the young gentlemen will
this New Year turn out in many little
squ ids and till the baskets with cards, and
iepeat the operation next year, we venture
the prediction that for Jan 1st, 1831, The
Bi'Li.hTtN will be able to publish a column
or two of names of ladies who will keep open
lumse for gentlemen but only okntle
men callers on tint dav.
" Some heathen, are not as much of the
huathen hb wu think; read a Mahometan
proverb, "God has bestowed the good
tliin.'a of this world to relieve our necessi
ties, not to reward our virtues; th"ie will be
rewarded in another world." We know of
no greater necessity to be relieved, than a
s:uoioru cold, and we Know ot no oettor
relief than Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup.
Comment upon Mri. Chanfrau's repre
sentation of "Grace Shirley" In "Parted,"
at tho Opora House Friday night, was very
common among people on the
streets, hotels and public places
generally yesterday and it was uni
versally highly favorable. Some grew
very enthusiastic In their praises, and Man
ager Shields was urged by a number of
leading citizens to have tbe play repeated
last night, which could not be, however.
At The Halliday members of the troupe who
had played their parti with marked abili
ty, were called upon by several of the au
dience of the night boforo, aud were con
gnitulated upon their success. Bat Mrs.
Chanfrau's pcrfornauco was a remarkable
ono throughout, for its naturalness and
power. Her boauty, ease and grace of
movement, cl ;ar voico, expression uvery
thing she did, said or looked was in keep
ing with the euntions which would natur
ally attend and produce these in a drama of
real life. She was especially grand in the
passionate passigos of her part. Her invo
cation of the wrath of tho Almighty upon
tho heads "f thoso who had driven
her husband to despair was a power
lul, a insgnincient piece of acting
Tho audience was rivitud all seemed to
hold their breaths in expectation that tho
calamity so forvently and eloquently im
plorcd would certainly immediately iollow
men of fifty and sixty years cried likechil
dren, ynunuor mnn and ladies stared at tho
stage loemingly unconscious that tears were
running dowa their cheeks, and when ' tho
curtain fell, there was such a burst of op
plause, flutter of handkerchiefs, brushing
of (aces, blowing of noses, etc., as was
probably never heard or seeu in the Opera
lloiisn before The verdict of all we inter
vlewsd who saw this part of tho perfor
mance, was, that It was the most realistic,
the grandest exhibition of passion at u fool
ing ever given upon this stage. Littlo Miss
D'dy was also very good indeed. A boau
tiful littl girl of about ten years; acting
without tbe least evidence of affectation,
sweet voicp, clear nr'iculation and pirieetly
understand ng her part, she enlisted tho
favor and admiration of every one in the
house, Mr. Reed who, as Mr. "Cortland
De Wolfe," acted tho part of tho "Villain,"
hyhia correct impersonation of that char
acter, excited tbe hatred of nearly all the
house. Perhaps tho best praise for him is
found in the remark of au old man who
came here from New Madrid to see the
play, ond after having witnetsed the 1st 2d
and 8d acts, in which ho saw how "Do
Wolfo" was defrau ling "Dorsoy Shirley ;"
how tfTo latter was driven to despair and
supposed suicide, and how the beautiful
widow grieved for her husbaud's ruin and
death, and finally, how she denounced her
arch enemies and called upon God to curse
thi m after having seen all this, he called
to one of tho ushers, and while tears glis
tened in his eyes ho asked "what time is
it." Being told, ho said, "well I've got
just five minutes yet or I'll bo left by tbe
train; but I'm going to see what they do
with d d scoundrel (meaning Do Wolfe),
if I get left." Ho staid to the last and was
left, of course Such effects as those, pro
duced by a mere fiction enacted for amuse
ment by men and women upon a theatrical
tage, prove beyond tbo possibility of
doubt that the play and tho players posses
A BiibTON Globe reporter was informed
by Mr. E. M. Gi fiord, of the Norway Iron
works, that city, that nothing ho had ever
seen equaled St. Jacobs Oil as a rapid and
and permanent relief for the accidents con
stantly occurring in manufacturing estab
For tbe Sunday Bulletin.
SOUTHERN FLORIDA AS A HEALTH
Editor Bulletin :
As there is much being said at this time
about Florida as a heulth resort, I senl vou
for publication, a brief article taken from
the Uomcrpathic Medical Investigator for
December. It is from the pen of A. M.
Cuslnng, M, I)., an eruiu"ut physician ot
Boston, and may prove interesting to your
many readers. Respectively,
I. S. M.
If one leaves B iston in January, in about
tliirty-ix hours he will leave cold weather
behind him; and bv the time he reach e
Savannah it will be warm and spiing-like
iu tho middle of the day, but cold at night.
Goingouyou arrive a' Jacksonville and here
you will find it warm in the middleoftheday
but at night u tire is necessary for comfort
During the evening, night and morning it
will be chilly and damp. This locality for
a healthy person answers very well, Lut it
is no place for a person with weak lungs.
Here you can get any kind of fare you have
a mind to pay for. At the Carlton, St
James, Windsor and many other houses
you will find as good fare as you will fi id.
on any table at the north, and will havo to
pay as much' for it ; but you do not get
good water to drink. When ono gets eo
neara really healthy place I advise them
bv all means to u (lo re: so you will take
the "F. DeBarry'' or come other good
stream at 4 p. in. and go up the St. Johns
river. At 10 p. in. the boat s'ops at Pilitka
for two hours und you go out to see th
place and tho mst of that is tho Putnam
house. This s'.op is made waiting for day
light to guide the steamer past tho parts ot
Lake George. As you ride, hour after
hour, uoder the branches of tropical for
ests vou see laruo numbers of beautiful
birds, and all Hlong evidences of civiliza.
tion. At about noon you arrive at Senford,
a village containing ono large hotel and
ono or more small ones, a few stores and
perhaps a hundred houses. As Sanford is
no better place than Jacksonville or other
places on tbe St. Johns river, we take tbe
South Florida uarrow guago railroad and
go south ten miles to Longwood; situated
sixty feet higher than Sanford. If you
wish you can go to Maitlaud or Orlando, a
littlo higher and I think pleasanter places;
but as Altauionte in to be the objective
point for some of us iu future, wc will hiro
a team (probably mulec) to take us there
threo miles. A railroad has been surveyed
through there. If you go to Lake Brantly
as we did, you will find a clear beautiful
lake, one uiiio widu aud from two to three
miles long. Remember it is mid-winter.
but here the weatlicr is delightful; perhaps
y6u will uot see a cloud for days, the buii
and moon go almost directly over your
When you go out you can leave your urn
brtllu, over coat and coat at tho house. Iu
the evening you can sit on tho piazza as long
as you desire and not cough, sneeze or get
hoarse. If vou have the catarrh in its
worst form when you arrivo horc, you may
throw your handkerchief away in threo
or four days afterwards and you will soon
forget that you ever had such an affliction.
You can go out on tho lake which is as
clear as any mirror, and it you fall into the
water, get back into the bout and leisurely
row home again you will not even feel chilly,
and if it is the evening go to bed aud dry
youruuder-clothes. I did It, and did cot got
cold or feel any inconvenience from it. The
days hero are like tho clearest, brightest,
warmest Indian Summer days; the njghts
are cool and in the evening an open fire of
light pitch-ptno makes you feel quite com
fortable and happy. There is always a
breeze summer and w inter, and good re
freshing sleep Is certain. If your lungs are
weak, go and stand in the smoke of the
burning pinesturapB. If you have dyspep
sia, go to the Sulphur Springs near here and
drink the water. The natives say it will
cure the worst eiscs, and qu'ckly. I kqf
that a low drinks ot the waier daily an
standings in tho lutchy smoke togethc 1
with lugging a gun about two or threi!
hours daily, besides working each day in at.!
oratlco .rove wonderfully recruited.)
my worn-out stomach and nervf
The atmosphere lifts a ouiti
iufluenco that nukes one fee'
most lazy, and is especially bencflc
norvous neonle. and is destined to bi'
great resort for ibis class of sufferers.
subject has bceu overlooked for the reaj
tnat lung troubles have been more tnoui
of in connection with Florida. PhyA
... . . i
well leurn this and thoso who have uo
ready done so, will learn that consump
hoti.inta out., Ir. llm -....lni ..I Ct T.ilma rlV
I'Wi.tV.llO OIIV IU UlU IVI'M III kJY.U'flll.n )
are liable too booh die, while those sent
a dryer locality and wheie there ure pint:
ure pint: .
lit;, will I
forests, sandy soil and good drinktu
like a largo portion of Orange cout.
For eighteen years wo had good reason
to try and loam all we could in regard t'
the best climate for invalids, and are firm-
in our convictions t iat S outhern Florida '
has les objections, aud a jat deal ni"'
in its favor than any other pli.ee to wliic
wo nave accent.
FAY TEMPLE TON. '
The Fav Temoletou onera coaman t
organization embracing a number of
excellent artists, will to-morrow nitrut "
sent Au Iran's greatest opera, "Tbe M
cotte," the popu'urity of .which 8eer:
nf ... !,;.,
knows tlie bounds. "The
been seen evety where and it hast
been praised and coinmeude I.
those briget gems, tho lustre of wbie
never pale and fade as long as the
Knlila a ntun tn tl.i fl(1ir.ti..n rif til.. r..l
"The Mascotte has bein presented
number of companies, but uone
achieved a greater success than the Fa v
Templeton opera company which, Ay coi
raon consent, bus been pronounced cY
plete, harmonious and thorough in i
every detail, and the performance of Betl
na by the gifted au 1 chaiinuiL' Fay Tei)
pleton has evoked almoct an enjl culoj
from the press of tlio entire country. ,
Notice In this col nam three hues or ic
oaeloavrtloa or fl.UJ pr wubk.
If K cLK '' h Aiilierrjr jirojicrtj j corner
feel &nd Hoilrouk av".ue
1J304-. M. J. IIOW1.3V, Pea I HatA,
fOltSALK AT At'CTI S . Hmue n1 lot
-1- k 'tiblK, will lie nld on i tb ol, Uncuui
aloiittM on ulat at rot oitu It the Cfiiiv-n
PAT GALLKjIIF.Ii t
TJHiU HALE. Ba'Vr'n cha!r, wrh Mancin.
J- hie Ac.
CONHAO ALBA, Sixth !.-"
OK SAI.E.--B'anki. Cbatts! Mor.amd, S
arrautv and Warranty LK'tda it tue
Job u HI ru 78 (Jbio Levee
The Old Keli-
.No , will hn.ea
Grand New Year's
In tbi r Hall oa
Monday Night J unary 1. 188!
The Hall lia heiD nfwljr fltiei up, hdiIwM! b
b,andonvly trimmed f.r the wcaflur. and th
comwltwe will talcn nr'at p Iri toualie th- Hall,
a grand aurceaa that (hall be highly enjoyed bv U ;
who attend .
L'omioiU'. nuf Arrn(meii
CAIRO OPERA IIOUSI
January 1st and 2d,
NEW VRAR MATINEE at 2 1'....
Star Opera Company.
TJiiot colled nnd nioct 8ticcc'sful. In 'I
aud Beet Comic Operas. Super1
Nw Wardrobci. New J'
Cast to th entire itrength of tho Co
Poelttvoly tho nneat orgMiliatlon on 1
JOnN TKMPLKTON Mana;
BYRON W. OP.lt God. Advance and Frvaa A,
WILL J. DUFFY Out, Ag't ajdTrraau,
Admllon Ifi, IWand 7ft coutt. Noest'a char
gUtrciriTeu uv, vu mio at ouaer a jwiry
ROUGH &R EI WM
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