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TUB DAILY OAlttO BULLETIN; FBI DAY' MOliNIATfl. DECEMBER 12, 1884.
New Dining Koom,
just opcuoil, H tto now building up stairs
At.i. 1 ;.i i ii i .
r roui tins uaiu written uruers w in ue i
quired lor all good purchased in the ci
t.n mnlimfla . .1 ... i ... ImHo I I I n.ifr
vjr vui'4jrwo, vmvi hido vmo nut uuv
i... .1.:. -
jjoiu i jr hub u uuiniy.
New Yohk Stoke Co.
15t lsy C. 0. P.vtieh.
Look for the Red Lis lit,
at DcBauu'i 50 Ohio levee, tf
C, Kocb, Manufacturer ami Dealer
la bootg and shoes, keeps always on hand a
large assortment of gents' and Indies boots
shoes and ruoncrs ot all stylo aud size
lland-mado goods a Bpecialty, a!s ) always
on hand lcttlii-r and tindinus. It will pay
you to call on him beloro purchasing else
where. His prices are very low and satis
Ilewutt can supply you with the best
Oysters in the city. tt
For the Best Oysters,
go to Deilaun , BO Ohio l-vee.
Au End to Done Scraping;.
Edward Shepherd, of llitrrisnurg, 111..
says: "Having received so much beueui
from Electric liitters, I feel it my duty to
let suffering Immunity know it. Hiive hiid a
running on my log li.r eilii years; my
doctors told me I would have to httve the
hone senped or leg amputated. I used,
instead, three lottles of Elrctrie Bi tiers ami
Beven boxes Iiucklen'a Arnica Stive, ard
my leg is now sound ami we.'l."
Electric Bitters are s l i at fifty cents a
bottle, and IJue.klen's Arnica Salve at 25c.
per box by B ird ay Bros. . (5)
Place your orders with IL.wett for
Oysters aud Fish. tf
For a Good Meal
or a good room, go to I) BiUq's, 50 Ohio
If Yon Do!
If you want to sell anything,
If you want to buy anything,
If you want to increase your business,
If you want to hire anyone,
If you want a situation,
If you have a house to rent,
If you want to rent a house,
Advertise in Tue Caiko Bullktin.
Do not let your littlo darling sudor so
wit.i that horrid cjughl U i to your dru'
store and get a bottle of Dr. Jackson's
Syrup of Lungwort and Wild Cherry. It's
go nice your darling will he delighted to
tike it, and it will stop the couh, cure any
throat or lung complaint quicker thin any
other remedy. Sold at 25 , 50u. and if 1.00
per bottle. 1
Entrance to liotto's Diiiiug-rooin,
on Commercial avenue mi 1 on Seventh St.
Hewett'a Oyster Depot is nn Eighth
street, one door enst of Comiuerei tl. if
Hiiekieu's Arnica halve
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, UIceiH, Silt Khouio, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It in guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents per box. For sslo by Barclay
Oysters, Firsi-class, in all Styles,
at Botto's restaurant, up stuns,
Open Day and Night.
DeBaun's restaurant, 50 Ohio levee, tf
A Startling1 Discovery,
Mr. Wm. Johnson, of Huron, Dik., writes
that his wife had been troubled with acute
Bronchitis for many years, an! that all
remedi"g tried give no pertn inent relief,
until he procured a l-ottio of Dr. Kind's
New Discovery f r Consumption, Coughs,
and Colds, which had a magical effect, ami
produced a permanent cure. It is guaran
teed to cure all Dise.ses of Throat, Lungs,
or Bronchial Tubes.
Trial B tilea JVc Bircl iy Bros Drug
Store. Large S ze $ 1.00. (5)
Only the Bw Brand of oyster.",
at DeB.tun's, 50 Ohio levee. tf
''Jtoujrli on I'ootiui'e.h"
Instant relief lor NeurL;ia. Tootha .the,
Facnche. Ask for "ltVjgii on Toothache."
15 &, 20c.
Rush Hill, M ., Jn.y 21, 1S83. After
sulfrrititf with tiie toothie.lie ami neuralgia
for three suceenaivo dys I was advised to
try Merrell's Penetrating Oil, ami after u.
iug one application I got immediate relief.
I would uot bo without it. R'Spcetlully
ywi Mn. Bkixk Uick.
Ladies who would retain freshness an
vivacity. IWt fill to try "Well's Health
Beeehcr'u Tin. I llmi.1
For two innntlis in the year Henry Ward
Beecher cau't preach. In aut and Hep.
teuiber ho takes his vacation and endures
the onset of the hay lever. A man with
bay fey, Itm't hcc utit.il.lu for his actions.
He Is Iraniic wit!, .Miffing, sue. .inn and
Headache. Every i.ervo in Ins skull thrills
with distress, Mid his head Is a fountain ,
tears. Unlives only to fly fiom suv-idii to
mountain top in search of wWi-f. This
form of catarrh (hay flVer) Ely. Cream
Balm will tuiv, Pw(;,.d ti,u gt,iiB )t
pnnetrales and sooting t, r,.,.t,i pttrtn at
once, restores the Up. ired senses nrui cre
ate! healthy eefeil.nn. You cannot run
way from hay fever, but you can drive it
from you by using Ely's Cream Bilm.
Smut wjoJ an) bclladona combine,
with the other iogrodieuts used In tint best
porui plaster tuako Carter's H. V. As It.
llackacho plaster, thn hurt io the market.
Price S3 cents.
' Avoid Piils-Being Utgely composed of
mercury thev eventually ruin tho ptrmnch,
but Allen' Bilious Physio vegetable mix
ture, act quickly, tod oiTeitunly cures. 23
Cunts. At all Druggists. (0)
A REAL ROMANCE.
Illness, Apparent Doath and Elab
orato Funeral of Miss Estello
Her Body is Stolen. From t!ie 'Grave by
Medical Students, Who Discover
f hat She 1b Still Alive.
She is Placed in an Insane Asylum to
Cover the Crime of the Resur
rectionists. CJukat Barking ton, Mass., December
11. A startliug romance has just come to
light In Egremont township, und is caus
ing much excitement. In 1879 Miss
Estello Newman, daughter of an Influ
ential and wealthy family, apparently
died after a long illness from spinal
complaint. There was au elaborate fu.
nerul ceremony, and tiie body was burled
in due form. At the time of Estelle's
supposed death and burial a young
medical 6tudeut, uamed Worth H. Wright,
was home from the Albany Medical Col
lege. This Dr. Wrlgbt graduated in a
year or two and began practicing medi
cine, but lie was addicted to intemper
ance, and one night at Newtown, Conn.,
fell Into the hands of roughs
AND WAS Ml'RDKIlKU,
It Is now tho report, whlrh causes the
excitement, that Wallaco Wrlirht. brother
of Dr. Wright, suvs that on the night Miss
Newman was buried, in company with bis
brother and two othei medical students.
he proceeded to tho cemetery an exhumed
Miss Newman's body, fllllnjrthe crave as
carefully as before. The remains were
placed in a sack with good care and con-
veyea to tne Albany ulssectiii!i rooms.
where, to the horror and surprise of all,
the lady, with whom Dr. Wright had for
several years been well aeouainted. was
found to be alive and in a brief period
came out of her trance. She was insane
before the trance and so she continued.
Being tenderly nursed she so far recovered
that she wus taken to some Insane asylum
in Bciionarie county. ew York, wliere
IS STIIX ALIVE.
She frenuentlv sneaks of Dr. Wrlirht. now
deceased. Ill Hlllitinrt. nf thin atr.mirn
story a couslu of Miss Newman learned
.i f i . . .
umu a Keiiucm.iu, 01 jimsiiaie, OI gOOU
standing in tho community stated no
longer ago than Monday that the brother
of the doctor Informed him that the state
ment Is true, and that Worth Wrlj'ht so
informed him. The relatives of Miss
Newman appear loath to investigate, for
what reasou is unknown, unless It be the
expense of supporting Miss Newman in
her Insane condition, they hardly being
able at this time to aume so great a re
sponsibility. The informant fnritier
states that unless her relatives take ac
tion soon the authorities will be applied
to for permission to open the grave,
which will settle the question whether
Miss Newman Is alive or not.
A F1KKV SOCIALIST.
Too Much Freedom of Speech and Too
Cmi-Aon, Ii.i,., December 11. At a
meeting of Socialists lust night, a speaker
named Grilllu declared that workliigmcu
must be Incited to absolute resistance,
and that all monopolists were enemies to
tho country, und ought to be hung.
Criminal laws were unnecessary, and
peace and order could be better sus
tained if they were abolished. Famine
was the result of over production, and
not poor crops. The only way to stop
it was to pay nothing, receive pay for
nothing, take everything, and without
price. Other speakers followed in the
A C'lIUltCII SCOU.NDHKL.
Dean Irwlne, of Quincy, to be Charged
Quincy, III., December 11, A double
barreled Hensatlon Is about to be ex
ploded in this community lu the form
of an investigation of very serious
charges ngalnst Deau Irvine, of tho
Episcopal Cathedral, with which charges
few aro yet acquainted, and they have
been so far suppressed by the press.
Tour correspondent Is Informed that the
charo will be deduction or attempt at
the crime, and will bo preferred by the
wife ol Prof. Miller. She was a com
pnnlon of Mrs. Irvine and said to be a
niece oi me mie JUMiop Sealmry. Tho
Story seems to havo been told by Mrs. M.
to her husband and he laid complaint be
fore Bishop Burgess, who called a trial at i
once. This trial is to open Thursday
next, a court of live clergy hearing the
case. Tho Dean denies guilt and
threatens to show up the character of a
number of persons standing high in tho
A Cut of Ten to Twenty Tot Cent. Owlnif
to Oenoral Trade Dopromion.
Nitw Yohk, December 11. There is a
general depression In the dry goods trade,
due to the closing of mills and the gloomy
character of tho business outlook. This
depression Is rumored to havo given rlso
to a reduction of from ten to twenty per
cout. lu tho salaries of tho employes of
several largo dry goods houses In this city,
including Bates, Hoed fc Coolcy, II. U.
Claflln & Co. und Tcfft, Wcller & Co.
A correspondent culled yesterday upon
several prominent dry goods men, but
obtained little definite- Information in con
Urination or In denial of these rumors.
None, however, denied that there were
reductions, except .lumes McVlcker of
K. H. .ladray & Co., who denied any
knowledge of the general reductions,
either lu his owu or other llrnm. Joseph
11. Wcller said i "Wo havo made reduc
lions, but simply as a mailer of business,
thinking that tho men could bo replaced
lor a less sum than that which wo aro
paying them, For seven years, ulnce our
ilrm has been trsnsactlnji business on IM
own basis, we havo every year advanced
tho salaries of those who havo been in
our employment from tho benlnnlmr,
This year, whlla wo still advance many
vl onr younger clerks, us nmoh as In
former years, wt hro
CPT UOWM TDK SALARIKS
of aonio of tho better-paid employes, bo
causo we think that they did not fully
earn the money they rwcWml. Our action
bat not been prompted t.y foar of a bad
feason. Wo have about 800 employes, and
of these not more thau five per cent, have
been reduced. The reductions wero
cheerfully received by the men. We gave
them as long a time as they wished to do
clde whether they would Beck occupation
elsewhere or accept tho reduced salaries
which we offered. They have all decided
to rcmulu with us, except thoso who hud
previously determined to go into souio
other Hue of business."
Levi M. Bates said that there were
some reductions of salaries among tho
employes of his linn. Tho salaries of
about tweuty-flvo per cent, of the em
ployes would, ho said, bo reduced from
ten to llftoeu per cent. When asked the
reason of this reduction ho explained that
the salaries were in proiortion to tho
umouut of sales, and that, as business
had not been so active this fall as last
year, somo reductions had followed. On
the other hand, there were many
clerks whose salaries had been ad
vanced. When asked whether the de
pression in trade could be traced to tho
result of tho Presidential election. Mr.
Hales answered : "That I can not say. It
wus a great disappointment to all Repub
licans, but it may prove to be a blessing
in the eud." Daniel ltoblnson, of H. B.
Claflln & Co., and W. P. Buckley, of Dun
ham, Buckley & Co., were both reticent
on the subject, aud simply said that ad
vances ami reductions were constantly
being made according to the abilities of
the men and the demands of business.
LA 11 OK Ml IKS.
A Bitter Contest Between the Glass
Blower and the Manufacturer.
PiTTSBi'Kuii, Pa., December 11. Chess,
Cook & Company's rail-mill has resumed
operations after an idleness of six months.
Shoenberger's old mill is running double
time at a reduction of ten per cent., and
the new mill will start up next Monday.
Zug & Company shut down one mill last
evening, throwing out of employment
150 men, aud in the old mill reduced
the wages of all the workmen, ex
cept the scale men, ten per cent. The
prescription glassblowers' strike promises
to bo long drawn out. Various glass
workers' unions throughout the country
have subscribed 850,000 to aid tho
strikers, and blowers working in other
cities have agreed to give, if necessary,
the proceeds of one day's work each week
for the same purpose. The manufact
urers are firm and a bitter contest is an
ticipated. TIIE COUNIY SEAT AVAIL
The Town of RaJfiald, D. T., Threatened
With a Night Attack Prom
Double Guards Patrol the Place, The Mil
itia Being Armed and Citizens
Called On to Assist.
Kkdheld, D. T., December 11. While
all remains quiet iu Uedfleld, the towns
of Ahhton and Frankfort are still in a fer
ment which has not subsided since the re
turn of the representatives of the bel
ligerents from these towns who went to
interview Judge Smith at Millbauk. The
Ji'edflcld Klfles received 1,000 pounds of
ammunition last night, aud 100 Winches
ters will arrive later in the week from St.
Paul. A night march on the town Is ap
prehended by citizens here.
Governor Pierce has authorized Gener
al Terry to bring troops from .Sully or
Slsseton 1 ease the mob march on tho
town, j ars are entertained of in
cendiarism, and double guards patrol the
town at night to preveut bloodshed. Yes
terday afternoon the Marshal served a
writ from Judge Smith on the County
Clerk and Probate Judge, authorizing
their liooks to remain where they are at
tho county seat here. ThV' oillce is
guarded by men armed with double-barreled
8riOT GCN8 AND PISTOLS.
The Sheriff has disposed a heavy guard
around the Treasurer's office and the
Treasurer Is not permitted to leave his
house. Ashton Is arming her cltliens,
and threats are operHy made of an at
tack next Monday, ltedlleld citizens
will strive to prevent any armed men
entering the city. Last night the Mayor
and Sheriff Issued a proclamation call
ing on the citizens of the county to assist
in preserving the peace and maintaining
order. A meeting oi tho County Com
missioners has been called for Saturday.
Brighton Beach Race.
Nkw Youk, December 11. There was
a large attendance ut the Brighton Beach
races. Tho weather was fine and the
First ltace For two year-olds, six fur
longs t Myrtle, first; Alfred, second;
llarolin, third. Time, 1:21 1-4. Mutuals
Second liace Selling allowances, one
and one-eighth miles: Warren Lewis,
first; Sister, second; Leroy, third.
Time, 2:01 3-4. Mutuals paid 916.C5.
Third Bace Handicap for all ages, one
and one-quarter miles: Geo. Slngerly,
tlrst; Centennial, second; llaledon, third.
Time, 1 1 15 1-2. Mutuals paid $12.10.
Fourth Kaco For beaten horses, seven
eighths cf a mile: Miss Palmer, first; Bed
Fox, second; Gartleld, third. Time, 1:32
8-4. Mutuals paid 9.20.
Fifth Kaco For beaten horses, seven
eighths of a mile: Valley Forgo, first;
Ecuador, second; Kiddle, third. Time,
1 :33 1-4. Mutuals paid i'J.85.
U "moved On."
Chicago, III., December 11. WlllUm
Linn, a packing-house employe, died at
10 a. in. yesterday at his home, No. 87
Blair street, as Is alleged, from tho effects
ot a clubbing at tho hunds of Officers
liosecrans and Pembroke of the Hlnmau
street station, on the night of the 6th In
stant. Linn said that th cause of the
beating was that he did not "movo on"
fast enough to suit tho iioliceman. Dr.
Marshall, who attended Linn, states that
he died from blood-poisoning, the rosult
of wounds lu tho back of tho head, re
ceived at tho packing-hoiwo. The offi
cers accused deny all knowledge of tho
A Beagal TUrer Eteapa.
Dayton, O., December 11. A Bongal
tiger escaped from its cage of 8. II. Bar
rett's inenagerlo on Tuesday, tnd was
found yesterday morning on tho farm of
Wm. 1oshnei', five mllea from tbla olty.
1'he anltusl bad killed three hogs itdms
finally shot hy Leshner.
"Going Down Hill.!'
How a Vdicrabl rowan Evaded the
Greatest Dilliculty Which Bebets the
Burlington (It.) Ilawieye.
Ao account is going the rounds of the
press of a woman who was so sfllictid
with rhttumatihin for fifteen years tint her
entire muscular system became rigid, and
for all that period she was kept alive by
gruel forced between her teeth.
A prominent New York physician was
once asked what rheumatism was. LTe re
plied, "God only knows." He was un
doubtedly litht, because rheumatism seems
to Bpring from a diffeient cause in every
individual case. If its origin is a mjitery,
its effects are too well and too widely known,
for there is scarcely any season of the year
when some persons are not more or less af
fected by it. Io general, however, it pre
vails mostly among the aged, making their
last days hard to bear. A prominent phy
siciau once remarked in our hearing, "If
the aged could escape the tortures of rheu
matism, their last years as a rule would be
quiet, peaceful and painless."
Apropos of the above, Mr. W. DeGens, of
PelU, la., sends us a communication which
ordinarily we would not publish except at
so much a 1 ne. But his experience has
been so remarkable that we think we are
justified in giving place to it. lie says:
"Dear Sir: I am 78 years of age. My
life has been active. I am well-known in
this town, and what I say I do not think
will be doubted by anyone who knows me.
Up to a year or two ago, I was the possess
or of eplen lid health, and hoped I should
wenr out my life gradually and gracefully.
Two years ago, however, I was overcome
with thtt curse of old age, rhei'matism.
When it first prostrated me the pain was so
scute I thought it was neuralgia, which
medictl authorities tell me indicates a low
state of tho system.
I fancied that this attack was the begin
ning of the end. I sent for a good doctor,
who tieated me with electrical and other
agencies, but I grew worse, lie finally said
my case whs a serious rheumatic one. For
six months I could not use my limbs st all,
and was handled by three stronu persons.
Then came a period ot better feeling, but
reaction lollowed and for six long months
of pitiful sufT ring I was confined to the
bed. For over a year I groaned in agony.
I tried all reputable lotions, liniments,
plasters and preparations in vain. At
this stage my friend, Elder 'Overcamp,
came to see me, and up m his urgent re
commendation I began to use Warner'
safe rheumatic cure, a few bottles of which
gave back to me the use of my limbs. I
am now sleeping without pain, eating with
out distress, and feel as spry as I did when
I ws 60 years of age. I cordially recom
mend that preparation to all persons afrl ct
ed as I was, and especially to the aged
men and women whose last days are embit
tered by this affliction."
Mr. DeGens' letter is endorsed by Elder
Overcamp, who says be is a member of his
church, and hie case to him is surotising
and marvelous. Mr. F. Brinkhoff a'so en
dorses the statement in similar terms.
There is no doubt that this is a true re
cital of the case, and Mr. DeGens' exper
ience should be an encouragement to all
others suffering as he did, to use the means
be so successfully employed, for nothing
better, if indeed as good, can be had in the
STAGES OF THE RIVKB.
River marked by the gauge at this
port, at 2:12 p. m. yesterday, 8 feet 3
inches. Fall during previous twenty
four hours, 0 feet 11 inches.
Chattanooga, Dec. 11. River 1 foot 4
inches and rising.
Cincinnati, Dec. 11. River 6 feet S
inches and rising.
Louisville, Dec. 11. River 4 feet 1
inches and rising.
Nashville, Dec. II. River 1 foot 0 inch
es and rising.
Pittsburg, Dec. 11. River 7 feet 0
inches and falling.
8t Louis, Dec. 11. Rivor 10 ft 11 inches
The Gus Fowler had a fair trip yester
day. The Arkansas City will report here to
morrow night for St. Louis.
The Olty of Vicksburg is duo to-nigl t
from bt. L'lUt for Vickiburg.
The Nsshvillo and Cairn packot company
will wheel into line next week.
The Henry A. Tyler leaves St. L uia the
first nf next week for tho Tennossue river.
The Pargoud is still fijhting stndhars,
etc., between Louisville and Shawneetown.
0,000,100 tons of coil will leave Pitts
burgh this week for tho lownr Mississippi.
The Evaosvlllo and Padun.ah packets
Hopkins and Dexter havo resumed busi
ness. Tho tow-boat Alice Brown will . loavo to
morrow with 10 empty coal barges for Cai
Glory, halleuj'ih! Tho tide is coming
and there Is good prospoct of us get'iog a
few 'Christmas tnx,"
Capt. Alton Duncan, founder of tho
Evansville and Tennessee river packet
company, died at his home la Evansville,
No. 101 Commercial & 6th,
W WW WW WW WW
We have just received an invoice of fine
Curcoa nud French Kid lJuttii Itoots, in
commonsense and -punish styles, all sizas
and widths. These goods are first-class
in every particular, and will he sold at
our usual low prices. Ladies, coma and
see them, they are beautiful.
101 Commercial Ave.,
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
STOVES, -:- EASGES, -:- TIN,
Biid Cages, Bath Tubs, Water
Affent for Adams & Westlake Oil. (iaxolinc and Gas toyed, Detroit
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, Chilled Flows, Walking Cultivators,
Corn Shellers, Planters, r tc, Etc.
Nos. 27 &
tkikpiion'k no. ao.
Dr. J. A. HhtfMimn. of 251 Broadwar. New York.
od of cnrlDK rupture without vurciral nporation. U now t hi. ( Iflc. fit. L uU. w ere he will remain
to tri'tt pailt uti till t e 2"ib of livcemhi r. During treatment patient' can lab rwlth at Into f ring
with the or", nud with nfct Irom dranpulated rapture. III. boon, with llkencM of bad caici before
and after euro, u Dialled fur lOciDte. Kem Dibor. In Ht Louif.ofllc. f 404 Market .treet.
WednesHnjr the Uth inat. He wis tick but
a tew days. Capt. Duncan wus one of the
most popular steamboat commanders that
ever n ivigatcd western waters. He was
captaio of the Clyde.
The popular packet Hudson from St.
Louis will report lion; etrly this morning
on her way to Psducah.
The Ouldun Rale of the southern trans
portation line left Cincinnati fir Nuw Or-
cans Wednesday evening.
Capt. II. U. Unit of the famous R.U.
Springer died in New Orleans last Monday.
Tliu flas of all steamun in port were low
ered to Lalf in tut.
Capt. Julio Patterson, formerly ccm-
man Jini,' the Tlios. Slierlock, will ba the
successor of 1 10 lute fomented Cpt. U. U.
ilwrt of ilia It R. Splinter.
The Mike D.ivis, recently purchased by
Messrs. TIioiiiimo 1, WyMt and Alden, made
her tlrst trip t i Hie Uuuib irlatxl Mondy,
and had a tfood paying trip.
The City ot Cairo 18 hours behind time
arrived here tit 4 p. m. She gjit "ground
which explain the detention. She left for
Vickiburg at 8 o'clock with n good trip.
The flue steamer Hayou S irs, struck an
obstruction nunr Plum Point Wednesday,
and come near making a serious job of it.
She broke 27 timbers and will havo to lay
up awhile for repairs.
The James V. QdT leaves Cluclnuati
to-morrow at 5 p. in. for Memphis. Capt.
W. C. Tichnor, master. Sue V. P. Lnmb-
din, pasienier aijent and gut low rates. The
Otff will report h. ro Wednesday.
A preacher out west (rave out that there
should ho none who uod tobacco or any
beavurxun but water, ami his only congre
gation whs an old woman win chewo'1 slip
pery elm and used St. Jacobs Oil hit the
In the Ilop Plaster are united French
Inns, Gums and Balsams, and its nnwrr
Is wonderful in curing Back Ache, Sprains,
iruisrs, Ncuraiim, ruin in the Sido or
Soreness anywhere. Thousands testify to
It I AC BLt, AH EOUtTwAN TKO"
WAITED 'artloo und Omit em n clljr or
flniiD y la Inkn 'lulit woik ' t ihelr own h is:
3tn4riH)' enMlv iiiiiilei work aent hy niHllino
canviiMlni We have t'O-'il iliimaiid for ou work
and urnl'h at a v etnnlovmnl Addre... lih
tamp.OKOWN Ml'U. COMPANY, V4Vlo Nt.,
Cincinnati, Ohio. 11-lt-lm
Holiday -:- Presents!
Gold, Diamonds, Solid Silver,
PLAT J2 JAV A li JU.
Musical Instruments. St. Louia Prices Implicated.
Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
fmon for the DMt 3S rears fnr bia taTctifu Iv meth
CAIRO OPKRA HOUSE.
One Js'ight Only.
TUESDAY, DEC. 16.
An Old Favorite! A New Flay!
The Eminent Comedian an1 Uramatlat.
aiileM by thu Young and Gifted Vocallit and
DOLL IK NOBLES.
and lupporttd b? a Powerful Legitimate Company I
TUESDAY KVSNIM4, Dee. 16, will present for
tbefl'.t time In this city hit Ideal Maw
lo"k Bucc as, entitled
LOVE AND LAW!
AComndy-Urimi Ii Four Act, by Milton Noble. .
New anil Original Characters! Thrill
inir I)r -inario ' liinaxHl tattling
iScoiilc I. tier ta I Orlu iiinl Music J
A Superb Paste!
FlxC-'Paff AttornflT-at.t.aw, Milton Koblis
Itittd, an Itallun htr.et Sluiiur, Uolllu Nobloa
Olber leading characters by Annes Herndon,
M p. J It. ttcaley, Til I llarnnm, Frai k K.
Aiken, Mai Ket rmmn, Uoorgu W, Barnum Frank
t.ann, Charleo R Warreu, K. L. Mortimer, L. W.
lirowulng, etc.. etc.
Synopsis of Scenery aud Incidents.
ACT I. Lore. The Intimation, Hrene Bay
Vlnwi otUjje, Maton Island, with a view of New
Vork and Harbor.
ACT II. Love. The Inspiration Prone The T)on
of Giovanni Conll. Crn.ln Hlr nt. New York City.
ACT III. I.vp The K.'sUaMnn, 'cnni- The '
Ilourilo nf Helen Moiitaimo, New York City.
A T IV. Law 'he Oiiixnmmnion. Roenn 1
law nice of flaw.vnr and O'I'kiT. He ne 8 A
Htreet adjn rUntf the r iMenreof tl ten Uunsuue.
Hoi'ue a 1'ho Den i f (Ihivnuul Conti.
IVAdmlsslon, BO and 75 cents. Gallery. M
uts. avals secured at Sudor's.
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