Newspaper Page Text
THE DAILY OAIttO. BULLETIN; SATURDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 18,
New Ulnlnjr Koom,
just opened, U itti' uuw building up atuirs
From this date written orders will be re
ouircd tor all .roods nurchasod ia tbo citv
bjretnplyocs, otherwise bill will not be
paid ry ttm company.
New York Stork Co.
15t Hy C. 0. Patikr
Look for the lied Light,
at DeBauu's 5b" Ohio levoo.
C. Koch, Manufacturer and Dealer
ia boots and shoes, keeps always on (mod a
large assortment ofeutu' an i ladies' bouts,
hoes and ruDoers ot all style aod aiz-j
Uand-roado goods a apucialty, also always
on band lettuur and flndim.8. It will pay
you to call on him before purchasing else
where. His prices are very low and satis
Hewett can supply you with the best
Oysters in the city. tf
For the Best Oysters,
go to DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
An End to Boue Scraping:
Edward 8hepuerd, ot' lltrrisiiur', 111.,
says: "Uavinif received so much bcuelii
from Electric Hitters, I fuel it uiy duty to
let fluttering bummity kuow it. Have had a
runniug sore on my Ion tor eifjht years; uiy
doctors told me I would have to have the
bone scraped or leg amputated. I used,
instead, three bottles ot Electric Bitters and
seven boxes Bucklen's Arnica S live, ard
my lo is now sound and well."
Electric, Bitters are sold at fifty cents a
bottle, and Bucklen's Arnica Salve at 25c.
per box by Barclay Bms. (5)
Place your orders with Ikwett for
Oysters and Fish. tf
For a Good Meal
or a good room, go to DcBiun's, 50 Ohio
Do not let your little darling sulfur so
witi that horrid couirht U i to your drur
tore and tret a bottle ot Dr. Jackson's
8yrup of Lungwort and Wild Cherry. It's
so nice your darling will be delighted to
take it, and it will .top the couih, tore any
throat or lung complaint quicker thin any
other remedy. Sold at 25c, 50. and $1.00
per bottle. 1
Entrance to Botto'd Diiiinsr-room,
on Commercial avenue aul on Seventh St.
Howett's Ojster Depot is on Eighth
street, one door est of Commercial. tf
tfucKien'a Arnica salve
The Best Salve In the world for Cute,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Si.lt ttheuii!, Fever
Bores. Tetter. Charmed Hands. Rhilbluina.
' Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
sj cents per uox. tor sale iy Barclay
Oysters, First-class, m all Styles,
at Bono's restaurant, up stairs.
Open Day and Night.
DeBaun's restaurant, 50 Ohio levee.
A Startling; Pucovery,
Mr. Wm. Johnson, of Ilur in, Dk., writes
that hiB wife hud been troubled with acute
Bronchitis for many yours, and that all
remedies tried gave no permanent relief,
until he procured a liottie of Dr. King's
New Discovery ft Consumption, Coughs,
and Colds, which had a magical effect, and
produced a permanent cure. It is i!Uran-
, teed to cure all Diseises of Throat, Lungs,
' or Bronchial Tubes.
Trial B ttles Free at Barclay Bros.' Drug
Store. Large Size $1.00. (5)
Only the Best Brand of oysters,
at DeBauu's, 50 Ohio levee. tf
Jo the Flop Plaster sre Uiiitcd French
Hops, Gums and Balsams, and its puwer
is wonderful in curing Ikck Ache, Sprains,
Bruises, Neurilgia, Pain in the Side or
Soreness anywhere. Thousands testify to
A Fair Oder.
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich.,
offer to Bend Di. Dye's Voltaic Belt and
Appliaoces on trial, lor thirty d.vs, to men,
old ory.mng, afflicted with nervom debili.
ty lt Vitality and kindred troubles. Sob
advertisement in this paper. 2
EBT D is a well known fad I In the
. Diamond Dyes more color ng is given than
in any known dyes, and they give IWt-r
and morn brilliant colors. 10c t all diug-
n i ' "U-""i M CUB,
Richardson & Co,, Burlingt n, Vt.
Opening: the Fountains.
In numlierless bulb beneath the skin is
secreted the liquid substance which irivcn
the hair its i xiuro color and trios. When
una upri.iinn .i n , ai.. I. i i
.... ii. D unir uurnuua urv
iutreieK, brittle and gray. Is that the
1 condition ef vour hair? Tf.n
., ! u.ir uiisara at once. It will restore
' V tha color,, gloss and lite by renewing the
1 IT . I i J -
cuon oi natare. The Balsam is not an nil,
not a dve but an eloimnf ,.n,., ..;i..
, - - ."...v ninuio,
uiguiy appreciate 1 because of t. r.U.nii.
. Advice to Mothers.
, Are you disturbed at night and l.ken
of'yourrestby a sick child suffering and
crjiogwiiu puinoi tutting teeth? If so,
end at once and get a bottle of Mr. Wins-
( , . - wi vijiiureo I cut n-
' IF.! T a train- la t nia I Ai. 1 .. 1 . 1 . ...
"b " w vaiuv an iukbii uibijih. IT Will va
Ueve the poor little sufferer lmmcd
; lately.. Depend -upon it, mothers, there is
. no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhea, regulates the stomach and bow.
ela, cures wind colic, aoftens tbo gums, ie
v duces inflammation, and eives tone and
ynergyto the whole system. Mrs. Wlns
low'a ouothinir Svrun for r'i,ii,lr..,n rnfhi..,.
i,Vw.m in ,Me ,aii,(!) im, j, ,h preacrip.
u, VUD iB iiini'st and best female
norlee and phyalcians in the United States,
wdIf0Malebyn druggUu throughout
Jot world, i Price SS runt. kmii.
English Operatives Oomlnur U
America The Sonatorlal Elec
tions In France.
Commanded to Suspend Hostilities Thi
Bohemian Mortgage Company to
be Allowed to Liquidate,
A Frugal Reichstag Rcsciving Import,
ant R gbts Nature's Back Out
A Big; Corporation.
THE MARQUIS OF 8AI.I8BVRY IIX.
London, December 12. The MarquLi
of Salisbury Is lu feeble health, and will
go abroad in the hope of being benefitted
by a change of scene.
ENGLISH OI'ERAilVKS COMING.
London, December 12. A hundred
hosiery operatives have left Nottingham
for America, where places have alreudy
an unfounded report.
London, December 12. The report is
circulated thut the wife of the Grand
Duke terglus of Kun.hIu, married only a
few months ago, was about to apply for a
divorce, is without foundation,
Paws, December 12. There were
twentv-one deaths bv cholera In Varls
last week, all in the eastern wirt ol the
THE NATIONAL ELECTIONS.
Paris, December 12. The Senatorial
elections are tlxed for January 25. The
vacaucies caused by the expiration of
terms of various Senators and by deaths'
number 87, divided as follows: Itepubll
cans, 47; Reactionaries, 40.
TIIK FRANCO-CHINESE WAR.
Paris, December 12. La France savs
that the Chinese comniunders'have been
commanded to suspend hostilities.
WILL HE ALLOWED TO LIQUIDATE.
Vienna, December 12. The National
Bank will not press its claim against the
Bohemian Mortgage Company, which sus
pended yesterday, owing to the great
depression in the sugar trade. It is be
lieved that other' bunks interested will
lend their assistance to the distressed
corporation, so that It will bo enabled to
tolbtoi's PBorosrnoN defeated.
St. Petersburg, December 12. The
Imperial Council rejected the proposal
made by Count Tolntol, Minister of the
Interior, that the Government prohibit
the heads ol peasant famllius from divid
ing tuelr lands among the male members,
thus Klvius them the nowcr to obtain
suffrage and sit lu the Common Councils.
Count Toltsoi's proposal grew out of the
our tbae tbla motion ol tha peasants
would increase the opposition to the Gov
won't allow the ArritoraiATioK. .
Berlin, December 12. Tbo Reichstag,
while debating the military budget, re
duced by one hall the demand ol the
Government lor 8,000,000 marks, with
which to complete the lortillciitloiis In
Alsuce and Lorraine.
reserving important rights.
Berlin, December 12. Count Lounay,
the Italian delegate, proposed yesterday
that the contracting powers should re
serve the right to revise the navigation
and tariff regulations, which may bo
adopted for Congo after live years.
THE NATIVES HACk OUT.
Dongola, December 12. The natives
have little confidence that the British ex
pedition will prove successful. They
positively refuse to accompany tho En
glish forces beyond Merawl on any con
A BIG CORPORATION.
London, December 12. Lisbon ud
vlces report tho formation ol the Portu
guese African Company with a capital of
MARM MANDKLBAUM ACQUITTED.
Hamilton, Ont., December 12. Moth
ir Mandelbaum has been acquitted.
Has Anybody Bold OutP
New York, December 12. A gentle
man, who Is lu a position to know what
Is going on lu telegraph circles, saysi
"Messages have been Bent to Chicago ad
vising the ollklals there that tbo Postal
Telegraph and Cablo Company bad sepa
rated from the Bankers' uud Merchants',
and directing the Western Union men to
take possession of the olllces and wires,
including those In tho sugar district,
Grand Pacillc Hotel and open and regu
lar boards ol trade. Upon what terms
tho deal has been effected I can not tell
Holding- ths Sheriff Prisoner-Troops
En Bouts to the Beans.
Dks Moinks, Ia., December 18. At
midnight a committee Irom tho striking
coal miners at Angus waited upon Gov
ernor Sherman and requested him to not
send troops to the scene, saying the law
would be respected. About tho samo time,
however, a dispatch was received Irom
Angus demanding troops and declaring
that the minors had surrounded the
Sheriff at his hotel and wore holding him
t prisoner. Woodshed is feared. General
Alexander left here with troops for the
scene at daylight this morning.
I A Big- Conflagration,
New Bfdkord, Mass., December 12.
Fire tbla morning destroyed tho largo dry
loods store of Haskell & Tupps, and li
low burning the Jewelry store ol J. A.
Olctcr, tho tailoring establishment ol
lobert Gordon and the shoe store of
IchAel Cairns. The whole Fire Depart
MWtibi out. The loss la very heavy,
Shut town and fleduotlnn.
Nobwicu, Conn., December 12. Thi
Shctucket Mills will shutdown Decembei
SOtb lor repairs, and start up again
January fith with a roductlon.of ten pot
Arming- For a Fljrht.
Pauoo, D. T., December 12. Tho Da
kota Rifles and Pargo City Guards left
Ortonvllle this morning lor Eedflold.
Trouble Is apprehended at tho latter
place, as the Redtleld Rllles and a num
ber of citizens have organized and armed.
A Beg-g-arly Settlement.
Greenhburoh, Pa., December 12.-
Tho assignee of tho delunct Union Deposit
Bank ol this place will soon turn In a re
port ol the condition of the bank. The
creditors will receive eight per cent, on
Macon, Mo., December 12. Quito an
excitement was created in this place
about ten o'clock to-d iy, caused by the
cowhldlng ol a prominent colored dlvlno
ol this city by one of tho sisters. The
cause ol tho affray has not been learned.
Cairo, III., December 12. Last night
at the foot of Island No. 10 the City of
Frovldcnco picked up an old pitman
strap, knocking a hole in tho hull. Bulk
heads were built around the hole and tho
pumps set to work and kept the water
out. The damage Is very little.
B. a, Dun tc Co.'s Report For the Past
New York, December 12. The fail
ures during the last seven days through
out the country, as reported by R. G. Dun
&. Co.'s Mercantile Agency, werei United
States, 814; Canada, 84 a total of 848,
as compared with 820 the previous week.
The failures In the Western, Southern and
Pacific States are about the average. The
other sections are about as usual.
Grains and Provisions.
, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1834.
CoiTOH-Steadyj middling, 10V10.Vo.
Fl-OCR-Steady : XXX to choice, I2.503.20:
patents, H.iO'ai.iO. '
WHKAT-Lower;Ko.a Red.TOJiojNo. 8 Red
CoKN-Weaker: No. 2 mixed, 34KMVc:
lo. i white mixed. 80o.
Oats Steady ; No. 2, 25 Vo.
R VK -Dull; No. a. 47Jfl0e.
Tohacco Firm; lus; common to choice,
ffl.ou'dio.oo; leaf; common red leaf, tl.Wi
10.00; medium to kooiI, suoa 17.00.
lUr Prairie, x.00'tft.uo for prime to choice
new; clover mixed, r7.0oein.oo for common
to prime; prime new tlmotliy, J9.604tiL60j
HurrKK steady : choice to fancy creamery,
X4ailc; dairy, choice to lancy,20Jo.
Koos Steady ; fresh stock, 2324o.
I'otatoks fccarce and In demand; Eastern
Rose, 60c; Uuruank, 62X'atto. Northern
Fluke, SSraiiHc; Victor. aS'oJOe; Peerless and
Mammoth l'carl, 4owUc; R08e,42foi43c:lJur.
a'okk Active; now mess, $ll.5011.75.
Laiik Quiet; prime steam, 6,'fo0jo.
Hacon-Loiikh, ww. shorts, 7'o:
clear ribs, ,Wo; all packod.
WooL-Tub-washed, choice, 2Sc; fair, 27c;
dlniyiind low, Wo 2flo. L'nwHShed-Cliolce
medium, 20'a :0ie: Kood average medium, IS
fol'.io; nelected Unlit line, 17 wise ; ood aver
ne, H!'ol7c; heavy, 14'nHlo; fombliiK, quar-r-blood,2020,c;
couiblim, low grades, 14
IliUKS (ireon salted earner; dry steady.
Green Salted, SVc; diunuwuU, 7Vo; brum! ml,
no; bulla ortiiK, A,ej part cured, So; Kreon,
tineurud, 7,c; dry Unit, 17c; damaged, 14o;
kin and calf-skin, He; bulls or staifs, loe: dry
salted, Lie; damaged, 10c; Kluo stock, So.
Shkki' I'klw-I'rlme ifi'on sailed, large
and full woolud, 60td;oc ; dry do do, WaWo.
M'iibat Lower; No. 2 Red. January,
Hie ; February , Sit ,'c ; March, S4o ; April, S7c ;
(John HlKhpr; Deeoinbcr, 62,Vo; January,
47,c; February, 0.Sc; March, 4,Vc; May,
Oats Weaker; Tioccraber, Wo; January,
82Xo; February, iic; May, 84.0.
W'HJt at Weaker; rtocombcr, 71V71Vo;
January, 'Di'anc; February, 12ic; Alay,
Cohn Firmer; December, i'Tic, January,
85;o; February, 84 so; May, 87Aic
Oats steady; December, 24o; January,
S4 So; February, 24 Sic; May. 27?tc.
I'ohk Lower: January, I1U.S2X ; February.
?10.WH; May, $11.86. "
Laki Steady; Deoembnr, M.85; January.
?0.07H ; February. $0.77V i March, Jti.M.
8110KT UiiiH-January, 4.62i; February,
?5.67X ; March, $a.t.
Live Stock Uarket.
CATTI.R-Rccclpts, 1,059; shlpmonts, 601;
Rood cattle scarce and In doinand; prices
unchanged; ood to heavy steers, VviVd
6.IK1: fair to Kood, 4.40'if.l,uo; common to
medium natives, fcl.7.Va4.00; fair to good
Colorado steers, $.i.7Sttit.2A; 11m tit to (food
stockers. $;).ue'o:l,76; native cows and Tiolf.
crs, Sl.lliiiA.S; mlleh cows and calves, 128.00
JliKis Market weaker; mixed packlnir nt
$4.W)'4.25; York welKhts sold fairly active
lit I.1HI4 (IV 1)1, rj til (im!) in '
Biikkp Market dull for poor stock; nood
demand for prime and fnucy; common to
medium, Ji.60u2.2fl; fair toicood, $2.8ii'o8.oo:
ood to choice, st.2fl'a 4.00, fancy, .i!04.5oi
lambs por loo lbs, f2.oo'c(4.uu,
IIoos Rocolpts, S4,ooo hoad"; fairly active
andltohlnher; IlKht, H00H4.25; roiih pack
illoSriS' ll,;uvy packlnu and shipping,
CATri.i-Rec(lpt8,fl,40t) hoad ; slow ; superior
Christmas cattle, l.fliia7.;Mj exports, is. 70
0.26; uood to choice. $,Y'ii 11.00:
fair, $l.OOWA.OO; Texuns, (:i.lu4.(i0.
kkf- Uecoipis 2,:oo head; fairly active;
uion to good, 4.00'o 4.24. '
Cattlb Market steady; Rood to choice
shippers, i6.50'U.it; fair to Rood native
steers, $4.0't6.;i6; medium steers, M.284.75:
IlKht lmtehcrs,,$.).iflo4.00i mixed butchers'.
iiwwllX.' Uor''' cow Wr"'4.o0; oxen,
SHKKP-Market siady; common to fair.
tl.0t)'a.4.00 i Rood to choice, Ui6'4.26; soloctetf
fueders. 4.2ft .60: culls, 2.wii.73: Western
lambs, ):i.7fi4.7A:Caiiudas, .VOi)6.io.
JlcxiH-Demaud fair and prices hluhor for
Workers aud fat ligl,t welRhts selllnir
at $4.404.60; butchorsp Rrndes In fair de
mand, $4.1.V4.lM for fair lots, it.304.4J for
best, $3.76't4.18 for fair to good.
Catti.R Receipts, l.floo hrsil; dull and
weak: exports, SA.26wS.(n; mnA to clioloe
MlilPliliiK, $i."6w.Vlu; eoimmiii to medium
4 0044.60; feeders, J.'I.OO'a l.i.lj cows, $2 76i
416; Rruss Tex us steers, $2.sow3,no.
IIiiiib Kecelpts, ,ftoo head; steady lots,
of 210 to m pounds avorag-o, sa.sj4,lui
mainly, $:.iios3.t. v ....
SiiKKr-Koceipts. 800 head; steady! N2
S.16 fur fair to good.
Money and Stock Market
Nkw Yoiik, December ll.Money, 3 per
cent. KxehanR quiet. frOvsrnmentsstroiiBi
currency us, 12(1 bid: 4s, coupon, lav bid!
4s, do., iwv hid. He stork niarkct has
been fevnrish all week, Laekawnnns wm
the wenk spot and was heavllv pressed for
salo. 1'rli es riivo way readily and went
down on almost every salo. The weakness
of this slock unsettled the whole market,
and at noon prices were down H:iV,
latter In Loekswanuu. There were ssveral
rumors of Iniprmlinij flluns, both la
llnanoiftl and other rrcles. Tho only one
iiniiuiii ed thus lar l Uood win Alio., wooleu
-ftoodt dealers; iiiiiiiiitiea estimated at a
quarter of a million, mnoe midday a re.
oijvi 1 rv tif H per rent, has taken place, but
the tons ef lu market lb feverish and unsettled,
Npecltl Correal ondancs to Thn Bullo In.
Washington, Deo. 10, 1884.
The first week of tho possible tlniteen
of the congressional session has passed and
it is difficult to And enough proceedings to
base an obituary on. An immense amount
of talk indulged in, but when that is said
there is not much to tell. The committees
however are hurd at work, and some ol'
ttii m promise to subm t some bills butore
the holid tys.
The house committee on p"8tif0i:ia and
post roads have a number of important bills
on their list, to which they intend to ask
tho early attention of congress. . Amonp
these are the postal telegraph bill, another
which regulates the mail contract system
more carelully, aad s third which changes
the bnsis of compensation to railroad for
currying tho mails, and a fourth which
dotls with the letb r rates of postige. All
these are matters of importance and should
get a hearing. It is to be doubted, how
ever, if the committee is wise in pu'ting
the posts! telegraph at the head ot their
list, is this 8Uject 18 one of great difficul
ty and sure to excite a protracted debate
They wnuld do better to follow the exam
ple of the shipping and public lands com
mittee, and present first to the bouse those
measures on which there wiil be little or
The contest over the New York senator
ship excites much interest here, and the
progress of the fight is eagerly wttched
Uon. Frank Hiscock has left his pi nee in
the house and gone to New York ia order
to put himself in good position for the Sen
atonal ngntning to strike mm. 1 saw
Hon. Stephen French, of tha Empire state,
a few days sgo when he whs in Washing
ton with a committee of republicans to con
fer with President Arthur in regard to the
senatorship. At first lie refused to be in
terviewed, but after a moment he recoosi l
ercd and ssid, "I don't mind Buying thut
the president is willing to accept the en
atnrship if it shall come to him In the right
way as the practically unsnimous offer of
the republicans. But he will not enter in
to any scramble, and as for any of his
friends steering him in the race or making
a contest, he will not permit anything of
the kind. I will say further that I believe
when the republicans the members of the
legislature, I mean come to consider the
matter, they will see that the right thinu,
the proper thing to do is to elect President
Arthur. I think any man who studies the
politics of New Yori at present can see
that. In ray opinion it will become so ap
parent in the interest of the republican
party that the president is the man for the
place, that his election will be practically
unmimous. Io that case he will accept.
You can say that."
Leaving Mr. Arthur's personality cut of
the question, there are many considerations
of a public character that make the election
to the senato of a man who lias served io
the presidential office desirable. No man
acquires so extensive and thorough a
knowledge of public sfftira as the presi
dent. He is brought in contact with np
resentative men from every part of the
country, and is made to under tand the
merits of every matter of public concern.
Through his cabinet he acquaints himseli
with the essential principles and iccl.ents
of our foreign and domestic policy, and by
personal and confidential intercourse with
diplomists, politicians and business men of
every type he acquires a (uod of informs
tinn and a familiarity with the detail of
government which preeminently quali'y
bitn for legislative functions. It has been
proposed on this account to admit our ex
presidents to a seat in congress. Such a
step might, perhaps, be too radical a de
parture from the principles of the govern
ment, but it is a pity to lose the Burvices of
men so peculiarly fitted for a share in the
councils of the nation, and on that account
it is a matter of congratulation when cir
cumstances permit their retention in public
The capstono ot the Washington monu
ment was sot on Saturday at 2 o'clock: in
the presence of a small number of invited
guests. Although the obelisk is now com
pleted, there ia much, more work still to
be done. Pr bbly the most importtnt
matter remaining is the design for the base
of the monument, which has not been se
lected yet. Much finishing work remains
to be attended to on tbo interior. The me
morial stones are placed in the interior
wall, and those incjiano are exercising a
fine tas'e in drawing the lino between those
that are to Be excluded on account of serv
ing aa advertisements of the donors, and
those which can properly be .used. The
American flag now floats from the flag
atsffattho "oex of tho monument at a
height ol 000 feet.
I hear thit a number of naval officers are
likely to be dispatched to Nicnraugua at n
early day, to look over the canal route
Washington, D. 0., )
December 12, 1884. j
Obervor, Cairo, III. 1
Hoist cold wavb signal. Temperature
will fall IS to 80 degrees during tho next
48 hours. Hazbn.
Tis the first spring mosquito
Heard humming alone,
II's thirty companions
Will ail be here soon,
Try then St. Jacobs Oil
You'll flud It a boon 1
No. 101 Oommeroial fc Gth,
We have jus4 received an invoice of fine
Curcoa mid Fv-wh Kid JJutfoii Hoots, in
coinmonsense and panisii styles, all siz s
and widths. These goods are first-class
in every particular, and will be sold at
our usual low prices. Ladies, come and
see them, they are beautiful.
lOi Commercial Ave., - CAIRO, ILL-
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
STOTES, -:- BADGES, -:- TIN,
Japanned Berlin and Agate "Ware,
Biid Cages, Bath Tubs, Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Agent for Adams & Westlake Oil. Gasoline and Gas vtoves, Detroit
afe Co., llani'lton Steel 'Plows, Chilled Flows, Walking Cultivators,
Corn Shellers, Planters, ftc, Etc.
Nos. 27 &
TELKPIIONK NO. CO.
Dr. J. 4 Hhormmi. of Ml Bro.dwt . Niw York,
d of carina rupture without urgical operation. U now at bit fflca. St. L nl. w cr be will remain
titrcac pallcutt till V J"tb of December. Dnrluir treMmmt patient', can lab rwllta' ol Into f no
wua me nr -, ana who aiei' irom airantrniatca ropinre. m doom, witri nuenrM or Dad caiea before
iLd after cure, u mailed for 10 centi. Keuj' mber. In 8t Loui.ofllc 404 Market atreet.
LIST OF LKTTEH8 REMAINING DNCAU.ID
for in tub fohtomcb at cairo, h.l.,
saturday, decemhkk 13, 1984:
Anders, A Maryrer, Lcatboy
BuUru, S S HUuks. Fsooie
Dolson, Mury E Ei?nu, Pt
u-tice, II Farley. Lizzie
Girrett, Marria HtiDel, S
Holi;e, liessio .Tohmon, Q uoty
Ki-nn, Lizzie Louder, Win
Mayer, llrtnah McFa'Iden, M
Nitron, Catherioe Oweos, Jennie
Owens, Bi tty Richmond, Ltlie
Shaw, MauL'ie Steward, K'Uie
Slaughter, Julia Shl, Elizabeth
Bamrnor, Dasey Walace, Mamie
Able, Geo Htxter, John
Boatwick, Oirvcy Buide, Creed
brown, A Comber. Wm G
Cuamder, Charbor Demon', llarv y L
iiiviiiHon, A J Foley ThiiuiNg
Foiertey, John Fi'zucrald. Ed
On-enla f, VVillhm A GUdney. Steohen
Ureen, John G rdner, Eknuy
Ilelener.J Ilarse, Nace
Haws, James Hocbex, Snmiey
Jialer, Oaie JnckBon, Abtrn
Keufe, Thomas Klinolioffur, Dolph
Kahn, U Lewis, Sheldon
Lnnice, noward Love. Geo E
Latuhaw, O W Lackey. Geo
Mulverhill, II A Miller, E J
McCahe, Geo W O'Gmnell. David
Price, Matt Pinson, Eli
Patin, Davrt R ibinaeii. J A
ScrutrifB, J S 8rei h'!n8, J D (8)
Bcliuhmaker, J J Btoke. C M
8hepman. Chai R 8arapleB, Andrew
Smith, Matt Stephens. JackBon
Thomrson, Jno Temple, J M
Will, G A (3) WillUmB. Ranel
Willhite, Anthony Younir, 8 A
Peranna callintr for the above letters will
please say advertised,
wm. M. MimpriT, Postmaster.
War Dept., Signal Peiivick. U. S. A. )
TYAsniNOTim, December 12, 1864.
The fnllowinff tab'o civoi thn rmnor..
ture at the ntiinti named this nfiemnnn iti
observitionB all belna taken at 2:13 p. m.:
New Orleans. . . 00
Shrevepnrt. .... r7
North PUt o.... 25
t-..' , Kit-'.
A. .:. BUDER,
Holiday -:- Presents!
Gold, Diamonds, Solid Silver,
PL ATE D AV A HE.
13T Musical Instruments. St. Louis Prices Duplicated.
fumntl. for thf Dint M reurt fur hla inrnmln limalh.
CAIRO OPKKA II0USE.
One Niirht Only.
TUESDAY, DEC. 10.
An Old Favorite! A New Flay!
Tbe Eminent Citnvdiao. ani DramatUt,
anlstcl by thu Vounu and Clftvd Vocal 1. 1 and
DOLL IE NOBLES.
and lupportid br a Poworfal LoBlt'matir Com did v I
TUESDAY EVKNtNU, Dec." 16, will proent for
luour.i nmn ia inn cut ait lilotl New
York Bucc t, entitled
LOVE AND LAW!
A Coraortjr.Urnna li Fjur aoU, by Milton Nobles.
New and Original Characters! Thrill
inir Dramatic Uiinaxi a I Martlintr
Scenic Meets! Original Music!
A Sujicrb Caste!
Mix O'Paflf. Attornoy-it-Uw, MUton Nobles
Kltta, an Italian btnet 8IHKor, . JJollle Nobles
Otber learlini characters by Amts llerodon,
M s. J K. Ileatey, TIMn llamum, Frank K.
Aiken, Mai Fehrmunn, Ueorgo W. Barnniu Frank
Lane, Obarle R Warren, E. L, Mortimer, L. VSr.
Drowning, eto., etc.
Synopsis of Scenery and Incidents.
.ACT I. Lots. Tha tntima'tnn, Bceno nav
View rottaRH, Matn Iland, wltb a tlew of New
VnrK Da and Harbor.
ACT II Love. ThInDlrtlon. rtrnniTha r
of G"oyantil Oontl. Crnb Hiret New YoM Cllv.
ACT III. Lu Tno R'Slsailon, 'cent Tbe
uiiiiniiir n ni'inn ninm.NVHU, nW iota UllV,
A-T IV. l aw bo Coiimimmitinn. Sw-na 1
taw) fflca of Hswver utrt fi'iir u.. oa
HtrentadJonlnuthofoMi'iireof II. ten Montaue.
Beetle 8-fhe Don i f Giovanni Conti. -
1 AHmta.lnn. HA anil in ami. nK..
ceuu. beats secured at Bndw's.