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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; BAtUftDAY MOliMNG, DBOKMBfllt
ST. LOUIS SHOE
No. 101 Commercial & 6th,
We lmve in stock a beautiful lino of
Gents' Fine Embroidered Slippers at our
our usual bed-rock prices:
Nice Hand. Emb Slip, - - 81.25
Nico Sillc, Emb Klips, - . - 1.50
Nice Silk. Emb Slips, 2.00
Fine Chenille, Emb lips, - - 2:50
The above are fresh, seasonable goods,
and dirt cheap at prices named.
ISTRubbor eoods of all UK's at very low pricce,
anion? which we sh w the "0 ivett ," the Hrliest ami
neatest warm overshoe for ladies iu the market.
rjpUE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A Geueral Banking; Unsiness
THOS, W. HA.L.UIA.V
ENTERPRISE SAVING BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK,
Oommercial Avenue and Eighth Sti-ett
P. BH088, President.
U. WELlS, t'anbior.
?. Jif.VP, VIcBl'roi'nt
I T. J. Kerth. Ain't cttHli
. Brnn....M. Cairo I William Klut,. ,0:.lro
Peter NelT ..... William. Wolf.... '
V. M Oatcrlok. ...... " 10. O. i'atier "
B. A. Under " I II. Wolla
J. Y. Ciemfon, Caledonia.:
A UElSBKAI. BANKING HUSINSsS OONIi.
ttxchanitn po'.d anrtbonirht. Interort pM ti
theSavtnir. Di-purtment. Collections inmle and
11 bualnooH promptly attndud to.
, PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
JJR. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, ill.
VaKHt, ELKCTItO-VAPOR and MEDICAVKI)
A ladr la attendance.
f)R. E. W. WHITLOCK.
Ornca No. ISO Comnurcla! AvuTine, tuitwoet
KtPtb and Ntuth Streeu
G. PARSONS, M. D.,
OCULIST AND AUKIST.
OPFIOS-Clty Draa Store, Carhondale, 111.
jHiroretUt Couru promiilv and carefully aituaded
OpoBMMlnt ofmod'l raUtrhof tnvuntlon I
took careful eiaoilnailon. and advla
pat-nlH.llitv KreeofUtiarue. M 10
FKKS MODKrt TK, dJ ( mike No CI1 Attntr
UNLESS 1'ATBNl' IH 8MJITHKIJ. Inlorin.'l.m
advice aod emiciai rertir nc" Rent on auiiiu.iuu
i. H. I.I I Tr l.t. Waehlui.,u. I). C
WearC. a, pateut Offlc.
aore money than at tnyiblnc eloe b
taklBC ao aenn fur tha hn.1 anlitnu
boukuat. llavlnnura aureaad nraniti.
footfall. Term f r
HAIiLCTT BOOK CO , Portland, Maine.
J 1 c
S tf a 1? 55
A. Z 2
? IJcLjI 8 to
ITOfflce Of The Cairo Trust Property.
Cairo. Ilm., Djc. 20, 1884.
Notice is hereby jjiven that any person
loumi uurying aeaa bodies on any ut tha
lauds of tho Cairo Trust Company, esnecisl-
ly upon or near to Gmveyard Ridfre, will
te pro8i't'utul as trcnpHnsero, and a reward
ot twenty rivo dollars is herehy olTored for
Biicii inlorm utioa as will lead to the convic
tion pf any kuc.Ii trespassers.
S. Staats Taylor, Trustee.
Tuiikkys.-We have to arrive Dec. 24,
250 fat dressud turkeys for Christmas. Al
so lrosli celery, at the New York Storo. 8t
Wm.Ludwig & Co. will upon the first
oi Jununry, 188.1, carry on their buiorsson
strictly a cnt.li b isis nnd will not Jkeep up
the credit system any longer. In tuakintr
this change in their business, tlu-y respect-
lullyHskail of the. r customers that huve
been in arrears tor the past three to six
mouths to please ctll and settle their ac
counts at once.. Gt
- New 1111110 Koom,
just opened, Botto's new building upstairs.
Repellents. D.iwu they g to 87,
40 and 45 cunts per yard froir former prices.
They must bo sold at tho New York
Look lor the Ked Lijjlit,
at DcBaun's 50 Ohio levee.
C, Koch, llauufacturer ana Dealer
in boots and shoes, keeps always on hand a
Urge assortment of (L-uta' and ladies' boots.
auoes nuu ruooers oi all si)le auu size
uauu-maou cooub a sneeiHity, also always
on Hn(i icitner aoa nuaines. It will n.iv
you to call on him before purchasing else
where. His prices are very low and satis
Hewett cn supply you with the best
Oysters in the city. tf
John Meier. This celebrated shoo is
on sale at tho New York Store, custom
made and warranted. Wo offor tho cheap
est line of calf and kip boots iu tho city.
Oivo us a call.
For the Best Oysters,
go to DoUaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
Mothers! Mothers I
Do not let your little darling suffur so
wit j that horrid coui;hl Go to your drug
Btore and get a buttle of Dr. Jncks-ia's
Syrup of Lungwort and Wild Chcrrv. It's
so nice your darling will be delighted to
tike it, and it will stop the couyh, cure any
throat or lung complaint quicker tlmn any
other remedy. Hold at 25.., 50c. and 11.00
por bottle. i
Place your orders
Oysters and Fish.
Cloak.- Wo havo a full lino of dol
mans, cloaku, ulsters, wraps, Newmarkets
etc. Prices on these goods aro marked
down and they must bo sold, at tho New
York Store. 8t.
For a Good Meal
or a good room, gu to DeUun'i,
Entrance to Kot to'j Dining-room,
on Commercial avenue and on Seventh St.
Notice. Men and boy's overcoats and
children! clothing all bought at the bank
rupt sale and wo ofler them 25 and 40 per
cent, less than sold elsewhere in our city,
at the New York Btore. 8t.
Howell's Oyster Depot is on Eighth
street, ono dour esst of Commercial. tf
B. B. Suok Co. Wo
of custom-made shoei
have a full line
for ladies, misses
and children of tho above make. Every
piir warranted by tho Bryan Brown Shoo
Co., to bo flrt clasB or no sale at the Now
Oysters, Hirst-el ass, m all Styles,
at Botto's restaurant, up itairs.
FiFrv.-We luvo Ju,t received flfly
pieces more of that brown Cantou flannel
at 5 cent! per yr I. Also Hamilton Stout
for 8 cents per yard. Dress goods reduced
25 per cent, anil must be sold to close. Ex
amine them. Lonndalo muslin 8 cents per
yard. All line of fl-inneU reduced 20 per
cent t tho New York Store. t.
Open Day and xtgnt.
BuBaun'i restauraut, 50 Ohio leveo. tf
Only tho Beat Brand of Oysters,
at DeBauo'i, GO Ohio levee, tf
A TERRIBLE TALE.
Buffering and Death of tho Crew
of a Stranded Frenoh
After Infinite Pain and Toil, They Porioh
On the Frozon Sand in Sight
ut une oi tho Party Left to Tell the
Tale, and He More Dead
Halifax, Decomber 26. Tlio Dominion
uoverniucut steamer Landsilntviin r...
turned Iroid Sable Island last night. She
wasoui in tne ereat ea os of Vii,!. ...i
- r- a viu r ui'vt
L3 4 ,1 n . . . . J
Saturday. Captain Guildford brlmra In.
icuigeuce oi tlio wreck of the bri
waio, France. Cantaln
Le Marchaud, owned by Omegera & Co.
of St. Pierre, Martinique, and bouud
from that place to Boston with flsh. The
liea oi me 17th, 18th and lath lnxt
uivyo uie snip near fcaule Island. The
nesi cuu usm nouso ot the Island wag
Hunted at four o'clock
J T. , , . , '
oi jfriaay. the luth. A
storm prevailed, and the wind
"S uurncano. a lew minutes after
iniiu an nmae out tne vessel w iriv,.n
"u u Bu or with great violence, and
iuiuraiimivij ucgau vo oreaa up. (she had
f i . . BL ven mL'n- 1 no thermometer
luuiuateu IJ UCZ. OelOW Torn on,l l.
BUfferlnss of the men had been terrible.
Ihree of the crew were washed ., i,n
tho ship struck, and, although there
pieniy oi floating debris, they
. '.nwoAU r.o
J0 JIKFO IT TO SAVR Tlliritut.-!
auu were arowueu.. The abmivi .......
ferrlng death to any further misery, rau
to bis berth, grabbed a razor and cut a
terrible gash in his throat, reaching from
car to ear, lumped Into the surf ami .na.
uppeareu. ma uoiiy was found In the
wiiiii me nexi ua. by coast guardsmen
uuiaiu i,e iuarcnauu. tils rt mto u,,,i
a sailor managed to get.on a sand bank by
a floatlii" soar, but mv worA
horrors of tlm .i..,.n
to encounter the- more frightful
verrors oi ino irost kins. Thno ..,,i.i
faintly discern the glimmer of a li-ht
house thr.-e miles across the saud-baraud
set out iu the darkness to reach it. Tho
sand wus being driven with blindin"
force by the gale, and the grains dashed
against the lactt of tho nrhu
like hail-stones. Finally the Cantjiln ,ni.
combed, laid down. and. il,-
efforts of his eauallv eshanatpd mm.
rades to rally him, In a few minutes was
FROZK.N TO DEATH.
The chief ofllcer and sailor then pressed
on, but within half anhourthn gnii
lay on tho sands a frozen corpse. The
chief (Jllccr. a powerful built man tiw.n
pushed on alone to the light-house, the
only survivor. After six hours
of almost ludescrlble sofferin"
from frost and the dashing sands
bo reached the light-house the last
quarter of a mile on hamia n,i
anees, ana tj the terrible tale of the
wreck. It was then two o'clock In the
morning. Eve thing pontile was done
to relieve his sufferings. The vessel had
been smashed to pieces and the debris cov-
ercu me suii-oeaten shore. The survivor
came up on inexanusdowne
Madkid, December 2C Later details
oi tho earthquake of Wednesday night,
which were received this mornluK show
that it was much more disastrous than at
first reported. Ono shock lasted fifty
scconas, anu was ielt throughout Spain,
more especially lu Andalusia, where a
number of towns suffered severely. At
uranaua houses rocked violently and
tho earth trembled beneath tho feet of
tho Inhabitants as they fled panic-stricken
from their homes. Some were wounded
whllo fleeing through tho streets by
falling bricks and cornices. None
have yet been reported killed. A
uumuer oi Duiidlngs were badly
damaged and will require considerable
outlay to repair them before they can bo
occupied with safety. At Malaga many
houses were wrecked and a number ol In
mates were burled In tho ruins. Maa;
persons wcro killed and a largo number
wounded. Those who escaped without
Injury deserted their homes and camped
In the open squares and Holds outside of
tho town. Reluaoes were huddled around
bonllres, which were kept burring nil
night, tho weather being cold than
usual, and nearly all having Hod so hastl
ly that they neglected to provide them
selves with heavy clothing.
Fainter shocks occurred during the
night, which Increased the alarm of the
people, preventing them from seeking
shelter lu their buildings.
To-day large Hnnjis of men arc at work
among tho ruins of wrecked buildings
searching for bodies. Already a number
havo been recovered, and many more aro
known to be burled In the debris.
Tho Government has sent provisions,
clothing, etc., for the sufferers, and a
subscription lit has been opened for
their relief, in Madrid tho damage was
light, but was sulllclontly felt to frighten
tho Inhabitants. nucl!H ot amusement
were quickly emptied and tho perform
aucos brought to an abrupt close.
- Death of Dr. Darling.
Nitw Yoiik, December 2C Dr. Win.
Darling, whose muiicls prominent among
the profession throughout tho United
States aud Kiiyland, tiled hero carlv ves-
terdiiy morning. Nne hours before his
death, when In a condition of delirium, ho
delivered a complete lecture on anatomy,
which was perfectly coherent. Such a weird
death-bed scene, said his physician, had
rarely been witnessed. Dr. Darllug took
a severo cold last Thursday, and on Fri
day ho alleged that he fell down and In-
iiicu nunseii. no was examined by Dri
ipitzka, Who found three annnrlleliil if ii 1 it
abrasions. Dr. Darllug strenuously re
slsted treatment, and even declined to
have a nurse. Dr. Darling was boru at
Duusc, Scotland, eighty-two yean ago.
Ho was an enthusiast on tha subject of
anatomy, which was his spoolalty.
Drath oi Ilsnry Aaron Burr.
Nkw Yoiik, December 2n linnm
Aaron Ilurr died yenterday morning lu
this city of apoplexy. Ills grandmother
was a sister of Jonathan Edwards, anr
Aaron llurr was his second cousin, Ho
oiade an Immense fortuno iu hat ma
shines, of which ho controlled nearly all
Nothing to Btand On,:
Kansas City, Mo., December 20. The
Hannibal and St. Joseph authorities pro
nounce tho reported scctdmir, on thn.
road a canard, without the slightest fouu.
Charg-ad With Destroying the Mall.
Fargo, Dak., December 26. The four
men charged with destrovlmr the ITuite,!
States.mall In connection with the Roberts
County riots, were brought to Farzo last
evening and lodged In Jail. They will cot
a speedy trial In tho United States Court.
IBurned to Death.
WiJixirKO, Man., December 2C A dis
patch from Peninsula Harbor, a Canadian
Pacific station on Lako Superior, says:
A saloon, a house of tll.f inn niwl t wi
other buildings burned hero Wednesday
filbt. A drunken Flulander, name un
known, was burnuU to diath. A woman
U.U,"U(J Georglo Lee was seriously burned
Outraged and Left to Perish of Cold.
Boston, Mass., December 2(!.Th
body of Mrs. Wilhelmlua Stanley was
found lying on tho ton of a car on th
Lowell Iiallroad yesterday morulmr. Hur
clothing was disarranged and there were
uiuiaa oi violence unon her m,lu
i i . j
Mtw York, December 24. There t
either a very waggish or a very fresh tele
graph operator at one of the recently es
tablished stations iu Sew Mexico, lie
sent tho following dispatch to-day i
rcw iUKXico, December 24. To Jay
Gould, Aew York: A Christmas gift.
voiieci. o 1'Kki.k, Operator."
The unpaid charges OH till TIWUuii crn
were $1.50, which Air. Gould was called
upon to nay for tho Drlvliivr r.f r,.,.,.ii.,..
a friendly greeting from Mr. Steele.
ItLOOU AVJLL XJiLL.
Lawrknck, Kas., December 2r,. At
the annual contest between the llterarv
societies of the University of Kansas, the
nephews of the Hon. S. Thacher. member
of the South and Central American Com.
mission and ex-Senator 11. K. Itruce w..,-,.
opponents. The former chose for his
subject "Influence of Individuality," and
the latter "Is he a Citizen?" The con
test was decided unaiilnionslv In Im f
the colored man. Bruce is a line lookin"
T11lliftltl nn.l 1.. .. .
u.u.u,w, buu mn Kiauuaieirom the Mate
Lniversltv with credit next .1 lino II. i
gives promise of becomlnit an orator ct
much more than average ability.
Grains and Provisions.
ruiDAV, di:cemi!;:i m,
CoTTos-Steaily; middling, U)W&lOe.
Flock Steady; XXX to eiioiee. ..'iri m-
patents, $4.iU'a4..'iO. '
Red ;rd-l'4c ' I!c'1'80V80lc; -Vo-
Con's Lower; No. 2 mixed, 32.33". c s
S6.OOjclo.uo; leaf, common red leaf.lJ.Malu.uu:
medium to (tood, $.t.iw 17.00. '
JUr-I'ralrie, KOO tfiUK) for prime to choice
pew; cliver mixed, $7.0u lu.uo tor common
to prune; prune new timothy, J9.5uau.ou:
fancy, l;t.OU'diU.eO. " uu.
lUjTTKR-Steady; choice to fancy creamery.
U'albc; dairy, choice to fancy, -.liuc. r
Koos Steady; treah stock, 22c.
V.AT8S"let:. dt'"lftnU ": Eastern
-Rose, Me; Iturbank, IMac. Nortliern
Jluke, e; ietor, 40'44e; l'eerless und
i'oiiK Active; now mess, fll.sseil 50
Lako 4juiet; prlmo steam, UX'oGS'c.
JtJV!.&.i ,"10rt',. dear
till A U(, ( firm Inira nn,nmnn . i. i .
eitKKi'l'KLrs-Prlme green salted, large
and full wooled, 6U'7uo; dry do do, 4u.;oo.
BiiyBEiT7Wc"kor;..,No.V a Uei1- January,
W.Sol MatTO 83iMurd1' !' Aprfi;
A?VZtA'w'Ti .,,)?ce"1.ber- 61c: January,
o y' lcl', 4"Ai0; M'iy
;iT,MFlr5iori JonuarJ-. me; February,
sj.'ie; slay, ioo.
Wheat Steady; Deremher, 71Vc; Janu-
renruury, TiSmriX; March, 73c:
CoR-l.ower; Ycur, 3.1',-c; January, 31 '.'c;
rehrimry, ac; Muy,;t7',WJ7'a
niVA'rtrut(n,ly ' "oeemher, 2t!,c; January,
2i'jc; robruary, 25e; March, iSWo; May.asJio
runs: Lower; Jnnuiiry, ?10 7S; Kebru
ary.tllt.H7J4' ; March, $lii.7.' ; Muy, $11.27:.
i'Aii- 1-owit January, Jti.Uiit; lebru
ary. $tl.H2X ; March, K70. Jtoru
r&A'!!,lV,1,?.,!l'r!1,li.,71 J5Mli February,
?5.67W ; March, jo.uo ; M ay, .'t.w.
Live Stock Market.
Cattlr Supply scant, mostly butoheM'
stock. We quote : Good to heavy steers,$5.2j'(
6.J0; fair to ood, $4.-5wr,.ui. common
to medium natives, I3.75'u4.2.'i; f, to aood
Colorado steers, $;i.2.Va t.26; llKht to Sood
?l,''k,rA f'-,K,;f-75; "alive cows and heifers,
Si.Wwi.1i; mlluli cows and calves, $23.00
lions-Market steady, and prleesmnlntalned
for all urades; mixed paeklnir for $4.0i'o4.40:
Workers, $t.wi'a 4. 10 plus, $.'.;H)'ct;l.70.
HliKKP-Uood demimd for prlmo stock:
'...pvumuiuu vu IIK-llllllll, jj.ouwi.'.'s;
fair to good, $2.&ou3.uo; Kood to choice, S3.2j
Hoos - Receipts, 2l,ooo; fairly active and
J""! . Kin, $t.lu4.;i6; rouKh packing
Li ' y ,m(jklnf ftnJ l"PI,'K. Ha
CATTr.K-Ilocelpts, flioo head: strong; ex
ports. Jii.oowii.20j Kood to choleo Bhipplua.
$(UU'a 11,00; c oiiiiiHin to fair, S1.2.WS.IK).
hiiKKi'-llecelpis.Suo head; slow; common
to good, $2.00'o l,UU. '
Catti.k Market dull and unclianRod ; extra
steers, $4.1Ki'a 0.2 ; fair to good natlvo slilp.
pjng steers, $4.165.10; Canada Blockers,
SUKRP-Markot dull, weak and low or fnr
couimonj common to fair. $2.7603.45; irood
to choice, ?il.ii'n (.on j Cheddars, $U0i4.26;
Canada lambs, $.'i.(Kia.V2fl.
lloos-Markt fairly active and a shade
lllll ICr: irilOll to cIuiIi.a Vnrliur. l otu,i !.
good muillums, $l.26'ii4,3aj choice heavy. $4.35
4.45; Jilys, $4.20 u4.2. "
CATTt.lt neeclnts. 874: marknti firm qhH
active With Hull! Ofdirlius: numn,,.. c. m.j,
ft.20;good to oliolco shipping, $i.;,o',i4.l0; coin
nion to mediiiin, $a Kja4.4u: loedurs, la.tkl'J
4.1KI; cows, $.'.S0'ti:t.M.
lions ((ioi'iiis,s,f,i,(i; weaker and 10c loweri
closing woukj Idis iivoiiiirlnif am tn i4
PoiiikIh sold at $UI,Vtll.20: hulk nt 11.1nt.111
.I'.' K ? ,"'H- r l , 717; firm nnd active' ul
2.,ju3.5u for fair to good muttons.
Money and Stock Market.'
Nsw Yohk, December 2rt.-Mnnoy easy
l I'dlV pur cent. I exeliunirn nuu.i- i n..
ineiiis uruij purrency, H's, 12S bldi 4's. eou.
pou, l'ini 4H's,lo., IlJH bid, 1
mvuts Uruij purrency. H's, 12S I
l linn iii'imi m rruui ait ri in... . m i niiit i h mi n iimi iiiili l imii a i. r. i .-..
A Joke on Gould. . Ulul W"ir IJOXCS, i 111' H11U UWlllllie Xt'ill v II I'llliS. '
mnits i.rcen snited easier; drv sternly
7Se; bulls or staig, c; part cured, 7''a 7';c
(rreen, uncured, 7c; dry Hint, hi Viius'c: dam
aen, 13 VtfUWc: klo und culf.sk in. 1 In ImiI Id
CHICAGO ONE-PItlCE CLOTHING HOUSE.
We are showing a iarge and elegant stock of useful
HOLIDAY PRESENTS in
Inno Suits for Men, from $4.00 to 830 00
ft mo Suits for Boys, from. &a.OO to 818.00
h me buits for Children, from 82.50 to 814
Eicli and Elegant Overcoats
of all kinds and of tlio iatcst'.styles.
Don't fail to examine our Fin I ml iI'mIiImtiI mwl TIow?
a I ..'ll , ...
IT i ? -WWinei'8, nne NHk Airkwuip, novel iesiu
I 'Willi J I mi. Ivnrv ninl silvitf llniirtlno I i
i v.ii ;; ; v " t imi mm hum
New Goods and ('orrect Stylos at
M. WI3UN10U & SON, Props.
Japanned Berlin and Agato Ware,
Binl Cages, Bath Tubs, Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Agent for Adams & Wtlake Oil. Gasoline anil Gas Move. Detroit
r-ufe Co. Hamilton Steel Plows, Chilled Plows, Walking Cultivators,
Coin Shellers, llantcin, He., Ktc.
If os. 27 &
TMLKJ'HONK NO. 20.
Dr. J. . bhtman, of S! Rroadwa'. Ni-w Vork, frnnnn for thi-pt 85 Tfara fur llaD'fMfn It meth
d (Jienr.nt! ru tu'i-vliliMit iiicral oi tau.n. Ifuuw at bin IBce. St. L ut. w i r be wll n n aln
t ' triai n,iiii ti t 11 t' e S' ih ol iJweinl.. r. Inirli e ttenn lit faucet- cn lahi rwlib. ui lute f rum
Willi the nr.-. ai d Hh 'a(cl Ir.in airarpulaiid rnptnre. Ill b. ok. w'th I'kci.r of bad caava bilora
aLd after cure, if n.al!id for lOcinti. Id m mber. Il St Louif.ofllc4(.4 Market atreit
Tho "cutting-room" in a uline furlor.
is, by rpi.son of tlio intricate nuu liiii.
ii, i-uiiiiiiiiN, hid iniisi (i.in"i'vnM
room in theTuildirig. Jt U anuv thino-
to nnd such a room in n liiigf factory
that docs not contain one or ino; cin-
ploycs niiniis n t uinib or linger. Somo
times fi i;(!itfii accident occur. The
racer, a huirc machine modeled some.
thing after the guillotine of France, is
used in cutting tho heaps of 1 nthcr in
strips, it coiitiiins a knife four feet
long that would cut a man s arm oh" as
easily as scis-ors cut a thread.
Den.ostlienes, the Grecian omtor, cure
uisftxinmirinK liy havir'g Ins mouth ful
of pebbles, and many are" the modern or
tors win, hsvj cured their bourse net bv sn
occHhimiai unse ot ur. Hulls Cough Syrup.
4TUC nnrT arnum
Itellerea and curaa
toraneia, Cuti, Bruiiai,
nrn.u.1, SJCA I.DS.
Aud all other bodily acUna
FIFTY CENTS I BOTTLE.
Sold by all Druggists and
Drairrs. OlrecUuua In 11
The Charles A. Vogeter Co.
itaM tt i. Toaiua a oo
Baltimore. MdU V. . A,
St Loulti&Sew Oilcans Anchor Line.
Two hcag per week leave Cairo for
Few orlenns and all way landing's
during: the freeze up.
Ives Cdrn Wodueiduy evening,
follow oil by the
THOH. W . emiKLDS, Ajct.
$OAA Of( ,n I'rcporita given a
ii3t-UU.vUl us5cmpii.t.aiie, i
In prcorit nlven awsy. Sond
a' d by mail
a nnf nirn t f
rnnnam largoviiiue, nun wil "Inrt yon In -vorlc
that will hi mi sbrlntr von In ninnar f.iler than
anything olno n Amerlci. AH I him! the I Ml. II 0
In p-CKon'a wllii earh box, gui ts wa tiled iviy.
whore, of tilth r'Ht.ofnl' arna. fur f II ibo t'me. or
snare timontiiv. to work fr ua at their own home.
rort'incs for all worker" abaoliilulr ananred,
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UALLnTr A CO., Poulard, Ms.
........ p,va v UIIU UU1IU
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
IIAI3PV NKW YEAR !
Two rerfirmnridPH, at 8 and 8
o'cl ok V. M.
THURSDAY, JAN. 1, 1885.
Tho Comedy Kventof tho Keaaont
Proiiouncetl by Press and Public the
Funniest Comedy or the Present Age.
Murphy and Murphy,
. Undcrtbe managemont of
THE ARBT ARTISTIO
AKD CfiARAtlER ACTOUSOFTIIK DAY,
la their Saw and Original Production,
'Our Irish Visitors."
Col. Ollhooley Tbo. B. Murray
Jerry McOiunia Ma k Msrpby
And a Cornat'y of Very Fins Urn matte and
t3TAdmtMlnn 5i aud
75c; gallery 'c. Ks-
served aeats at lludur's.
and Ovster Supper
By tbo tadiei of the Episcopal Church,
Tuesday Ere., Dec. 30, 1881,
At the residence of
ISfAll are cordially inrlted
25th Anniversary Ball
ARAB FIRE CO.
IDEAL LEAGUE HALL,
New Year's Eve, Dec. 31, 1881
IWTIckots. tl.lY) T. 3. Krth. Salt Otttrk and
B. F hlaku Comnilttuu of Ar anoometili.
Mrs. Emily Bowers,
Mrs. AMANDA CLA11KSON, Agent.'
Nnxt Alexnnd r Co. Hank, 8th 8t
MT"Qnod Block and Prices Resiontbl.