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THB DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN : TEUBDAY MQUNIMQ, DECEMBER a, UM.
Kew Mninir Koom,
just opened, Buttw'a uw building upstairs.
From this date wiitt. a orders will be re
quired lor all good purclmsed in the city
ij emplyoes, otherwise bills will not be
paid l-j tliit- onmpHDy.
New Yobs Stork Co.
151 by C. 0. Tatikr.
Look for the Red Light,
at DeBauo's 60 Ohio Kveti.
C. Kocl), Manufacturer and Dealer
in boots and shoes, keeps always 00 hiind a
large assortment of genu' ami ladies' boots,
shoes and ruboors ot all style aud size.
Iland-madn goods a specialty, also always
on hand ktihur and Cndinue. It will pity
you to call on hiin before purchasing else
where. His prices are very low aud satis
Ilewett can supply you with the best
Oysters in the city. u
For the Best Oysters,
go to DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee. tf
Under the auspices of the womm's club
and library association : CIhbh in oil pmnt
ing, Mrs. G Fiher;cla&s io w 01 id -curving,
hammered brass, repousse, modeling ami
etching, Mrs F. Knamiyer. For terms
ana hours apply to abovu named teachers.
Flace your orders with Ilewett for
Oysters and Fish. tf
For a Good Meal
or a good room, go to DeBiuu's, 60 Ohio
These are Solid Ftxts.
The best blocd puntkr and system regu
later ever placed within the rtHch ot sut
fering humanity, truly is Elcc ric Bittern.
Inactivity of the Liver, Biliousness, Jaun
dice, Constipntinn, Weak KidneyB, or any
disease of the urinary orgus, or whoevt r
requires an appetizer, tonic or mild stimu
lant, .will always find Electric Bitters the
best and only certain cure known. The)
act surely and quickiy, every bottlo guar
anteed to give entire sntislaction or money
refunded. Sold at fifty cents a bottle by
Barclay Bros. (4)
Entrance to Bot to'd Dining1 room,
on Commercial avenue md on Seventh St.
Ilewett'a Oyster Depnt is on Eighth
street, one door ost of Commercial, tf
tfucKien'8 Arnica salve
The Bust Salve in the world for Cuth.
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fevei
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblain.,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, aud positively
cures Piles. It i guaranteed to give per
feet satisfaction, or money refunded. Pri;
25 cents per box. For sale by Barclay
Oysters, ii st-closs, m all Styles,
at Bolto's restaurant, up hi airs.
Oppn Day and .Vig-ht.
DcBaun's restaurant, CO Ohio leveo.
A Remarkable Escape.
Mrs. Mary A. Uailey, of Tunkhannock,
Ta., was afllicted for six years with Asthma
and Bronchitis, during which time the
best physicians could give no relief. Her
life was det-patred of, until in last Octo
ber she procured a buttle of Dr. KingV
New DiHcovcry, when iiiuuedntte rein f wan
felt, and by continuing its use for a short
time she was completely cured, gaining in
flesh 60 lbs. in a few months.
Free Trial Buttles of this certain cure of
all Throat and Lung Diseases at Barclay
Bros Drug Store. Large Bottles $1.00.
Only the Best Brand of oysters,
at DeBauo's, 6G Ohio levee. tf
Would You Believe It?
Nature's great remedy, Kniney-Wort, has
cured many obutinnte canes of piles. Tliib
most distressing malady generally arises
from constipation and a bad condition of
the bowels. Kidney-Wort nets at the same
time as a cathartic Hnd a hetliug tonic, re
move thecu-e, cures the diHese, and pro
motes a healthy eute of thu Hffected OrgatiB.
James F. M 'yr, carmgo manufacturer 01
Myerstown. Pa., testifies to the tircat heal-
ing powers of Kidney-Wort, having been
cured by it of a very bad rase of piled
which hnd fur years retused to yiold to any
A Fair Offer.
The Voltaic Belt Co., of Marshal. Mich
oner to senu nr. uye s UeleOrated olia
Kelt ht.rl P.li.ptrin A r.nli..iw..ia .;..! tf.
" - ' HJI('MIHUB .ui Mini, iti
thirty days, to men, old and young, afflict
ed with nervous debility, lost vitality, am
ITlftnv nthftr riiftnHQpa
See advertisement in this paper.
Advice to Mothers.
Are VOU disturbed lit niiht and )?- Vnn
of your rest by a aick child suffering and
crying witii pain ol tutting teeth! II a-i,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieve the poor little sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cuius dysentery and
diarrhea, regulates the stomach and bow.
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces Inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to the whole ayHteiii. Mra. Wins
lows Soothing Syrup Tor Children Teething
pleasant to the 'Hate, and is the proserin,
tion of one of the oldeBt and best femah
nurses anil physicians in the Unitud States,
pdUrorll;y all druggists throughout
the world. Price 2 cents a bottle.
Sprains, lameness, pains and stiffness,
weak back or dimwitc of tho spine will be
Immediately rolieved on application of a
Hop Piaster over the ducted purt. Its
penetrative power u wonciurlul. Warranted
to be the best made. (la)
tST A happy thouubt. Diamond Dvei
re perfect and 10 beautiful that it Is a
pleasure to use them. Equally good for
dark or liirht colors. 10c at druggia't.
Wells, Richardaon fc Co., Burlington, Vt.
Sample cards, 89 colors, and book of direc
tion! for 2c itamp. '
IN THE JJNKNOWN WORLD.
Where ft Kind, Lovlnjr, Porfflvlnff
Father Rules, Da Castro
Suicide of a Man Who Had Been Over the
Whole World, and Entertained
By Emperors, Kmj?, Queens and Presi
dentsRich and Poor by Turns
New York, December 1. One week
igo Fcrnaudo I)e Castro, aged fifty, who
professed to be a physician and a linguist,
engaged a room at Morris Hotel, a small
house, No. 20 Commerce street. To-day
the housekeeper wanted to clean his
room, but found It locked. She reported
this, and a young man went to the room
and through the keyhole saw Dr. De
Castro lying on the bed. The door was
unlocked with a duplicate key, aud De
Castro was found dead on his bed. There
was a bullet bole back of his right tar
and between his feet lay a revolver. In
the pockets of his coat were
found several sheets of pa
per, and on oue was written:
"liKAD MY STORY
In the New York Clipper, November 89th,
1884 'Thanksgiving Dream." In the
room was found a copy of last week's
Clipper containing a story entitled : "A
Thauksglvlng Dream j a True Story,"
with the Initials C. W. II. R. signed to it.
It Is supposed that De Castro meant that
this tale repeats his experience, aud not
that he wrote it. Among the papers was
a printed circular describing Dr. De Cas
tro as a greut phys'ologist and European
physician, and asserting that he could lo
cate any disease without asking questions.
On one scrap of paper
V. A8 WRITTEN :
"This ends the life of a man who has been
over the w hole world, been entertained
and befriended by emperors, kings, queens
aud presidents; was rich among the rich,
poor among the poor, once was happy,
now seeks happiness In the world un
known, where a kind, loving, forgiving
Father rules. Thanks to lion. Fish and
Hon. Lchlbach for kindness and friend
ship The bhlp is lost. I am going with
It. In fear of future Insanity, I seek a
better future; and, with malice toward
none and charity for all, farewell.
Die Castro, M.D."
In one of the notes left by De Castro
he spoke of papers left with Emll Slreit,
a saloon keeper. These were hunted,
up. One wax a document disposing of
THE DEAD MAN'S liODY.
"After death I request that my body
shall be given to the Chlcugo Medical
College, or any other medical college In
the city of Chicago, upou the following
conditions: After the body has served
Its medical purpose the eutire skeleton is
to be pluced In the museum with the fol
lowing lnacrlptlon on the brows of the
skull: "This Is the skeleton of F. De Cas
tro, the great traveler aud linguist, who
died a martyr for those he loved so well."
It the Chicago colleges will not accept
the body, any medical college In the city
of New York which will comply with my
request may take charge of It.
F. Db Castro, M. D."
Two brief letters formed part of the
package of papers taken from the safe.
One was addressed to Colonel K. P. Hart
Lafayette, Ind. The other letter, which
was directed to A. i. bpencer, North
Wells street, Chicago, was a follows:
"Dkar Sin: Please ask Deltlne, Ber
tie aud Florence to remember and pray
for me. With malice toward none,
charity toward all, farewell. Man is but
frail, aud life nothing but vanity vau
DK CASTRO'S niSTORY.
Iu August, 1883, De Castro began his
career in Newark. Mr. John Flock, of
Morton street, was Informed by his
brother-in-law, who lives in this city, that
De Castro was attcudlug an Insane per
son living In Klgbtta avenue at a moderate
charge. Mr. Flock, at once engaged the
pbyslclun to make his home with him
and to give medical treatment to Mrs.
Flock, who Is a lunatic. De Castro said
he was married to Elizabeth Hpeucor,
daughter of A. T. Spencer, of Chicago,
and that his wife died eight years ago;
also that he was formerly a member of
the Chicago Medical Society, aud was
prosperoua until the great fire In that city
Frederick L. Fish, who was recently
elected State Senator from Ehhcx Coun
ty, said this evening: "DeCastro wan an
ardent Republican, and came to me dur
ing the campaign to get employment as a
speaker at meetings. He was a genlim,
but 1 believed he was also crazy. When
he told me about his travels I usked him
about places In Europe and the Holy
Lund where I have been, and I found that
he was well Informed about them. He
said that during liarlield's administration
he fouud employment as an interpre
ter In the Department at Washington, and
that years ago he was Geueral Logau's
family physician. A week ago on a cold
day he came Into my office, sick aud
scantily clothed, and said he wauted o
So to Wai.hliiton to get work as an
iterprcter. Mr. Lchlbach and I helped
him several times because we saw tr-'
he had known better days." County
Physician Hewlett had the body sc.it to
Woodruff's morgue, aud took possession
of the papers."
(JIIIEP THAT KILLS.
Attempted Suiolde of a Man Bereaved.
Lancastkh, Pa., December 1. Frank
Mills, a well-dressed mau of forty-six
years, mado his uppearauco In Kphrala
yesterday for tho Drat time. He wan
dered listlessly about until evening, when,
dawlng a revolver, he deliberately ahot
himself In the right temple and fell
to tho sidewalk on the principal
street. He was curried Into a drug store
and among those who followed was ex
Policeman Harry Oemperllng, formerly
of this city who had Just relumed from a
gunning trip. Seeing the gun iu Gemper
ling's band tho man exolalmodi "For
God's sake, give me that gun that I may
finish myself." Compelling thought
lcssly handed tho weapon toward him
When Mill helled It. linn th ,,,, ,l 1.
bis breast and was reaching lor tho
trlHKcr when tho weapon was wrested
from him. His wound was tcm
porarlly dremed and Constable Jones
sUiru-d with him n a wagon for this
place, reaching the County Hospital this
morning. TU victim, in his waivers'
tion before the shooting, pave etfdonoe
of more than ordinary Intelligence and
revealed that he was a native of Counec
t tlcut, and that he bad lost his wife and
"three children by death.
IX PUESKNCK OF HIS WIFE.
Horrible Suiolde of a Kentuoky Farmer.
1 Randolph, Ky., December 1. Joseph
Stauley, a farmer about forty years old,
living near this place, cut bis throat to
j day aud died In a few minutes. He was
' In good circumstances, but for some time
has been out of health. Last Tuesday
his wife luduced him to go with her and
see a doctor, and while In the office he
seized a lancet and attempted to open the
veins of his wrists, but was prevented by
the doctor. This morning he wauted to
shave, and his wile let film take the
razor, but stood beside him until he
had finished. He appeared perfectly
rational, and when he laid the razor down
she put It In her pocket and turned to do
somethlngjabout the room. La an lustuut
her husband arose, sprang across tho
room aud began to struggle with her.
She resisted until nearly all her clothlnj
was torn from her and the razor was ii
the maniac's possession He drove he)
from the house with the open razor, the)
locked the door, wet to the window li
pluiu view of his wile, who was calllu
for help, bared his throat and deliberate
ly cut two gashes, severing his jugular,
At the second cut the blood gushed
agaiust the window tad ran out on the
JLYNCUINU A FOUEIONER.
What the Unlawful Killing ot a Orecuei
la LiJtely to Cost.
Omaha, Nkb., December l.Aboul
three months ago Luclan Padlllo, a Mexi
can subject, who was In the Penitentiary
at Lincoln as a convict from New Mexico,
was released on the ending ol his term.
He started south on foot, and at Creto,
twenty miles from Lincoln, assaulted u
little girl. He was lyuched by citizens. A
wealthy brother who lives In New Mexico,
and Is a subject of Mexico, laid the facts
before the Mexican authorities, who repre
seuteu to the United States Government
that Padillo was entitled to a trial and
that his sentence could not have been
death, but must have been Imprison
ment for a terra of years. It is
believed that a demaud will be made
upou the Government at Washington,
not only for a large Indemnity, but for the
trial of the lynchers. The affair causes
Toronto, Can., December 1. Garner,
a notorious thief, uow undergoing sen
tence for burglary, has made a startling
confession, which throws light on the re
cent mysterious burglaries. Garner
swears that two Toionto detectives stood
in with the thieves and received Uiclr
share. If, as ll happened several times,
one of the gang got arrested, the detec
tive would blind the authorities hi a
search for evidence and the trial would
be a farce. The Police Commissioners
are Investigating and startling develop
ments are expected.
CfXHS HAL CANNOXADIXO.
The Aerolite Battery Continue Its Dead
Chattanooaa, Tk.nn., December 1.
News has reached this city of a strange
and phenomenal accident near thu Ten
nessee line, a few miles from Somerset,
Ky. Julius Rabble, a farmer living in
that vicinity, was Instantly killed by a
meteor desceudiug through a tall tree,
cutting the limbs off. The ball passed
through Rabble's body from the shoulders
obliquely and burled itself In the earth.
It penetrated the earth several feet and
was dug out by the natives. The aerolite
was about the size of a teacup. The In
cident created great excitement and wide
SHOCKING ACC1U, NT.
A Young- Girl Strangled by a Window
Falling- on Her Throat.
Navasota, Tax., December 1. Tilly
Law-son, aged twelve, residing on Sand
Prairie, four miles from this place, con
templated a visit to a neighbor lust night,
and, being alone In the house, she con
ceived the Idea of securing the premises
from Intrusion by bolting the door from
the Inside and make her exit through the
window. Partly raising the sash she
crawled out, but, falling to mulntaln It la
possession, the susb fell upon her up
turned throat and strangled her. She
was tound this morning thus suspended
by the neck, her feet nearly touching the
TUB DhVIL'S ritlKST.
He Tries to Debauch the Daughters of
Montreal, Can., December 1. For
some time past rumors have been In cir
culation that the Rev. Father Pepin, cure
of the Parish of St. Autolne Abbe, had
made Improper overtures to young girls
belonging to respectable families while at
confession. A few days since the father
of a young lady, who It is alleged, was
thus Insulted, applied to llrndeur, an ad
vocate here, to take criminal proceedings
against the priest, nud on the lawyer go
ing to the locality to take out a warrant,
Father Pepin fled across tho lino. Already
twelve young girls, daughters of well-to-do
farmers, have made similar complaints
against their lather confessor.
BOY li tUtU LA It.
Bun Sown By Detectives and Captured
In a Dug-Out.
Gai.kna, Iu,., December 1. Nick Ames,
tho notorious boy burglar of Wisconsin,
was captured in an old dug-out neai
Galena, whero he had been tracked by 1
detective. He Is now In jail at Lancas
ter, Grant Couuty, where he will be tried
for robbing McLean's jewelry storo at
Plattevlllo. Ames Is only seventeen yean
of age, aud has planned .ud ttuccestdullj
carried out some of thu most during bur
glailes ever committed In Wisconsin. Hi
was discharged from Waupun Septcinbei
80th, after a term of three years, for 1
robbery committed when ho was onlj
fourteen years old.
Death of Levi Goldenberg,
New York, December 1. Levi Golden
berg, of Goldenberg, Ilros. & Co., ono ol
the largest lace Importing houses tn thti
country, died at his residence In this cltj
yesterday, aged fifty-seven years. Hli
reputation for Integrity and hlsknowlodgt
of laces wero so great that ho was almost
always selected as arbitrator Incasosol
dispute as to duties between tho Uovtra
maul and laoa importer.
Willlnm Miller is tho millionaire farov
er of Wisconsin.
Tho young women of Newark, N.
J., huvo bound themselves by oath not
to hiss any mnn who chews tobacco.
England, makes 900,000,000 gallons of
I beer every year, Germany 000,000,000,
1 .1... IT..!,. 1 C... ,x,.
mm 1110 uuueti mares ouu, uuu,uuu.
Paris nlono has seventy schools for
mechanical trades, against ono when
France first started Industrial educa
tion. The Crescent Steel Works nt Pitts-
inirg can turn out In an emergency an
ingot of stoel wcig ing 13,200 pounds in
Switzerland is the only country in
Continental Europo where peasant wo
men are not obliged to do most of tho
Mgr. Capel said in a lecture in New
York: "The worship of tho golden calf
is as certain a fact in your great cities
a it ever was under Sinai."
Lieutenant Sliufeldt, United States
navy, tho first foreigner ever permitted
to explore the island of Madagascar, is
at Washington working on his report.
I Mr. Hergh has in his possession wills
giving half a million of dollars to the
Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to
Animals, which is now self-sustaining.
"Quick as a mushroom solid as
granite," is tho way the Atlanta Con
stitution epitomizes the growth and
prosperity of that go-ahead Southern
Ex-Empress Eugenie has once more
returned from her restless wanderings
on the continent and has settled down
for the winter in her English home at
The two islands in the Straits of
Sundii, Steers and Calmeyer, which
sjirang up last year at the tiros of the
hrakatoa eruption, have again been
swallowed up by the sea.
A genuine wild hog was killed a few
days ago in a canon near Southport,
Coos County, Ore., after it had whip
pod a dog and attacked a man. It had
tusks over three inches long.
One man in Mississippi has twenty
three cotton plantations, comprising
from three thousand to four thousand
acres, under cultivation. He employs
one man to every ten acres.
An electric light has been introduced
into a lighthouse nt the entrance to the
outer harbor of Rio de Janeiro. It is
of 2,000 candle power and is visible a
distance of thirty-live miles.
Cyrus W. Field exhibits with pride a
piece of the cable of which was
the first cable laid across the Atlantic,
but which failed after 39:' messages had
been transmitted through it.
In his superb garden at Varzin,
Prince Bismarck make's a .specialty of
roses of all varieties, and whenever nt
nome takes great pleasure in attending
to them with his own hands.
The Republic of Nicaragua is the
only Latin-American, country that has
no foreign debts. There are, moreover,
in the treasury surplus funds to wipe
ut tho domestic indebtedness at any
Dr. Edward Davy, who is now living
in tho wilds of Australia at tho age of
eighty-three years, was one of the
originators of the electric telegraph in
England, but others stepped in and
reaped the reward.
A man who recently claimed to con
trol SeJO.UOO.OtXl of railway capital, is
in a Boston j -a.il for failure to pav a
debt of $80. Ilis name is neither Fer
dinand Ward nor Mulberry Sellers, but
his methods arc akin to theirs.
Miss Mary Garrett, the daughter of
the late John W. Garrett, of Baltimore,
is now said to be the richest unmarried
lady i the land. She receives a third
of her father's wealth, which is various
ly estimated from 15,000,000 to $60,
'WO.OOO. Cattlemen and stock owners of the
Yellowstone valley are waging a war of
extermination against the numberless
bears, prair'e wolves and coyotes thai
aro committing ravages on the cattle
herds on tho north side of the Yellow
The dog is a valued member of socie
ty in the South. The Nashville Ameri
can declares that "the people of North
Carolina would rather destroy her poli
ticians who uro unfriendly to the dog
than exterminate this great enemy to
The mo'lowness of old wine has been
found by experiments in Germany to bo
due to an increase in the quantity of
glycerine that it contains, rather than
to'a decrease of tannin. The mellow
ness of tho drinker depends on the
quantity of tho wine.
Lord Rosse, son of the famous astron
omer, and owner of tho largest teles
cope in tho world, is in Philadelphia.
The Times of that city say "He looks
about 40 years old, is ruddy, and has
more tho appearance of a jolly farmor
than a stupendous carl."
Tho great Arizona Canal, in the Salt
River country, to Phu'tiix, A. T., is
about finished. It is seven and a half
feet deep, twenty-six feet wide at the
bottom, and forty miles long. It cost
nearly $500,000. Tho water of Salt
River is being diverted into tho Agua
Of tho seven great manufacturing
states New Jersey is second only to
Massachusetts in tho proportion of
bor total population that is directly
engaged in manufacturing, and second
only to Massachusetts in tho relative
value of manufactured products to
Bismarck must look liko ahicyclo
champion when he put on all his or
ders. Ho has forty-seven domestio
und foreign and when ho received the
order of merit at tho anniversary of tho
capitulation of Sedan ho became pos
sessed of all the highest Prussian or
ders but ono.
Tho now duko of Wellington is doing
whnt his undo had not) tho energy to
perform. Ho Is editing the private cor
respondence of the Iron Duke. . Lord
Houghton, too, ii said to bo preparing
a volume of literary und political recol
lections. These should prove looks of
equal interest and value.
Professor Bartholow says that "tho
Mississippi valley is as much tho habit-
No. 101 Commercial A Gth,
TIih popul ir One-Price lioe Store woul i
respectfully cull attention to anew linn
of Hot 8 mid Youths' Mios. Neatest and
best wwiriiij; B'.j's' Mutton Hoots iu the
cjty, hiz-s 1 to 5, 82.00. Solid Solir Tip
loutns' Butt Bouts, sizes 11 to 13, $1.50.
K2niese aw not slnildy goods, made to
sell only, but are warranted as rep-presented.-ai
We carry a full line of Rubber Goods
a.i uie styles at the very lowest prices.
E. .:. A. .:.
10i Commercial Ave., - - CAIRO, ILI
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
STOVES, -: EAHGES, -:- 'TIS,
Japanned Berlin and Agate "Ware,
Bin! Cages, Bath Tubs, Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Agent for Adams & Weftlake Oil. Kauoline and Gas Moves, Detroit
safe Co., Ilani'lton steel Flows, Chilled Plows, Walking Cultivators,
Corn Sbellers, Planters, Ktc, Ktc.
Nos. 27 &
TELKPHONE NO. CO.
at of cholera m the Uangos is, the con
dition being; tho snnie, and sporadic
cases occurring every year." '1 he doc
tor, who has bad a largo experience
with the disease, affirms that for its
treatment there is no agent comparable
Alexander Montgomery, an aged
millionaire of Alameda county, Cal.,
has applied to the courts to doclaro
void a marriage ceremony with Lizzie
Green, a handsome milliner. He had
jilted the girl, but while he was sick in
bed be was forced to go through with
tho marriage ceremony at the point of
the pistolsircsented by two sisters of
tho bride. The minister took part in
The clerks in tho General Land Of
fice are rapidly completing the statis
tics which will go to make up the an
nual repor of tho Commissioner. They
have just finished a comparative state
ment of the area of original and final
homestead entries for the year 1883-84.
From this statement it appears that tho
area of original entr es this year was
310,404 acres less than it was last.whilo
tho area of final homesteads was 411,.
1G0 acres grc tor, tho area of o Iginal
homesteads for 1884 being 7.831,601),
nnd of linal homesteads 2,943,674.
WANTED 1 (iio und Pent cm n I- city or
conn j l tnke liftbt woik i t i Mr own h e.
$3tn$4duy flly mude: work font by mull; no
canvniislDir. Webavevond dem iud for on' work
and urol-h H-t v vmplormcnt. Adilrr.s. wild
Kiamp.CKOWN MFli. COMl'ANT, B Vtn- Ht
Cincinnati, Ohio. 11-ll-lm
IfO" 8LK tlayd ck Jimp-neat nrn'. Hut urlre
1 $ .'15, new,god Job, for 150. Inquire f K A.
F'H SALE -Haydw.k l'h'ieton. w. 1 1 -t nrlce
(. for ..-I qui of E. A. Buinutt, Bulle
ViOH 8 VLE.Twocottaifos o" SMh troet nar
Poplar, and one C 'ttagu o P iplar above 8Mb
tt M J. I10WLE7, R al Eatate Agert.
Y. M. R. FRENCH,
the Artistic Lecturer,
who 1 a won th hlahrt )neomliimna from th
proM and people all over thu United Statei,
will kvo o e of tue
and brllll nt iitr'ilnm'int l'i the lecture room of
the l ibrary B Ileit is, on
Friday Night. D comber 5,
Uudir thu bunplrea of t'm W. 0. & L. A.
UIMohrb I'd nrpmiile wi I ho mi In law
nnmhraun bu rcn-ion sinirl tlnWum ora.ulta
60 couta, cblldrvD, nudor U yuaft, itt cmu ,
2isj M. I
Holiday -:- Presents!
Gold, Diamonds, Solid Silver,
VST Musical Instruments. St. Louis Prices Luplicated.
CAIRO OPi BA HOUSE.
A Diamatio Fvent flp't all should wit
ness, n tlieoi'initiii'iu may
1- never occur aain.
One NiicHt Only.
THURSDAY, DEC. 4.
Oneol 1 mcrlea'e Oroit at Slar Acton,
muportcd by a Complete Drmnitlc Company In
Ul unequal aud ttrnd cuamcur of
KIP VAN WINKLE
VaffRboud of the Catskills.
Entirely d (Wnt from nil Mre-a, and aa played
b b in in ev.-rr city o Am rlca fr flftwn conaeco
tlvuyeari. You lli regret It II you m.aa keulns
tbla luaaterp Oct ol dramail art.
It k Encourflvid bv th Pulpit and
KiKloiSi d hy tlie I lees.
"Hubert Mc ad. 'a Rm Vm W nkle li a great
aerm u " Iicv D nu l Mm He, Scotland,
iSTbemenibcr tin- buy und Date.EJ
fWAdinlnlon, 50 ani 73 cents. Gallery. 86
cuuta. eeata aecured at Budvr'a.
QAIR0 0PKRA HOUSE.
The Fashionable Event of the Season t
t'l'urdav Afternoon Vatlnoe Tnn ftrli
aud Saturday Night, UIH,
. Tuo Oreat Union Bquaro Theatre Succoaa, by
The Banker's Daughter
played over 1000 tlmoi with
A Caiefa'ly.cclecfeil Cart!
ill i he Oilfflnal Grand Effects!
The -fenor carrii-d bv thin company r a apeclal
fu til re. (minimi frnm I In original mi.de a The
nriR lal'miar inaun ( nt o mm ndncvt
i- erla ly vl cted to mnr r.n. In artlmlo man
ner, tbia thu tii"rt 1 1 uiiilful of mo inn playa,
MM "HP t WW I N, Munnirer,
O. W , llAKK.HUN, linn. .Manager,
W"Ad'Mlnn 5 -ind 76c galleir 85c, Hi
itrved eeat at llodm'a, '