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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, OOTOHER 18, m.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OKFICE: NO. 7 OUR) LEVER.
ENTK1U-.0 AT TUB CAIHO l'OSTOFKICK FOR
TRANSMISSION TKUOL'UU TUB MAILS AT SKC
OND CLASS RATES.
OlfVlU'AL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNT!
Mr. 1! FI rJC'i KRALD authorize u to an
nounce him a a candidate for re-election to ihu
office of Coroner of Alexander county at tho com
I ru November election.
'If i mi. Rl.TEIHSTINDKNT.
W arc .m!.i jr:ze 1 to announce III it I Mrs. I'. A
Taylor t an I n dependent candidate lor m-election
to Ui" ollice of i Until Miperiutcndeiit of nulilic lu
ptniiti.iiin. K,i1J''0l to tlit: di-ttalou of I be voters of
We nin authorised to announce thiit Mrs I.. C
(ilHH. nf TIii'Ikk, I- a candidate lor Ihu office of
Coll lily Superintendent of School ai till) ensuing
Wo arc eat horned to announce th.it Ml'. SA V I'
EL .1. Ill' MM w.ll lie ii n Independent candidate
for the office of Couuty Clerk at lucroiniuir Novem
COUNT V COM MISSION Hit.
Weare anthcrUt'o' to announce that THOMAS
J.CHAKi.ol Hoiliren Park, I a candidate lor t ho
iilllreoi I'uiini . Commle-ioner at thu eai'Uiu;' No
vember election .
We are authorized to Mate that Mr. J . II. Mt'l.
CAIIKY. ol Co innercial Point, will ho a candi
d ito for I'onnl C'otiiuilHtiloiier at tho couiiiiji No
vemlieri'leclloil. AI'I'KU.ATR CI.XItK.
UY aw a'ltinii i.-vl 10 announce that H. A. I).
VlLIIANKS, of .Idtf-tKoit county, i a candidate
for tler't oi'tite a i -II 'ito Court ill tho Found
jiivll ui of IHinoln. i otiji-ct to the decision, of a
cnuv ution of too )i;:n.)';r.ic parly
We are a tth iri.od to announce .Mr. JuIIS
HOIHjKS an a candidate for fcheriir of Alexander
liul'ellu: Please announce my name, aa the
candi late of the people lor the office of County
Jii'l.'D at the November election. JUSTUS R.
W are authorized u aunntinre tnu nam'.- of
WaLTElt WAKOKR a a candidate fur tuo office
of Con n 'V Ju'le of Alexander Comity.
We :ir authoria l In announce .luntlce JOHN
U. KOIIINSOM at an independent candidate for
Con my I id,- at th" coming X iv.-m e - election.
We are' authorized loannouii:o Mr. .MILES V".
I'A KK '.It au Independent candidate for trea-un-r
of AI tiudor county at tho coming November
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SI'ECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
N jtice- in inif eoijinu, oint cent per line for
li-l an t five cent per line each i.iSaeqjent iLer
lion. For one week. :icent per l;oe. r'or one
ti 011th, ft) cent per tiue.
Warned Men anil Teams.
Five hundred station Men and 2i)Q '.''i
scraper teauis on Kansas City, S printiei 1
end Memphis riilroa-l. Materials a mix
ture of clay and sand. Price ol nation
work, 13 to 10c p.-r yard; teams, $1.X prr
day ; teamsters, $;i0 per month and Uwr-J ;
day laborers', 1.?5 per day. Apply to V.
Mocklcr, Ilnlroid House, CVtnunreial ave
nue, iie'wecn 4th Mid C:h, Cairo, Id., or to
I'lirniCNE, Smith & Co., Contractors,
l'oht ollice, Jnnesljo, Ark.
Klet'tro VapOf ami Me licateil Rath,
a sure cure for Chills and Fever, Klieuuiu
tistn, Cutarrli, Neurali, anl all skin dis
tawus and hloini poisons.
I will five Medicated Hatha on Wednes
days and SaturdavH. Ilooin over Tuher's.
" V. II. Makkan, M.I).
Extra Select, at Delkun's.
A Fine Ikrber Shop.
Wui. Alha, on Coiumurcnl avenue, lias
the most extensive and as line an equipped
WIkt shop m can be found in any city.
His employes are masters in tho trade,
u host) razors ute always smooth and keen.
His establishment is laio enough to
meet any demand upon it without any tire
Borne waiting; and Ins patterns fn away
ple.ued willi him tn-msolvcs and Ins work.
Give him a trial.
Thu Fust Ollice saloon by Joe Uoiieker
is one of the coolust, fjttit ti at, neatest and
best supplied resorts in the city. lino.
one. per Can,
Lxtrs Selects, at Del5 urn's.
OIil Machinery Castinffs Waated
at iJennie's new CounJry for which the
highest prices will' be paid in cash,
Call at Mo. 'Xi Ohio Levee.
tl John T. Klnmk.
in market at DeBa-uu's 5(1 Ohio levee.
L'sti Tim Cairo Uui.i.ktin petrmated
urateh-book, made nl' calendered juto
inunilla, eipially yood for ink or pencil. 'For
tale, in three bies, at the ollice. No. 2 and
8. live and ten cents each by the single one,
by Om do.tu. Hpecial dmcotiut on groRs
I'i'p 'i im: ira'ie.
Don't lail to stop at Joe Uoneke'rs
l'ost Oillct! fiiluou fiir refreshments ot tho
best sort. lm0i
.Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stnb, suited to any business, manufac
tured a'i 1 lor sale at tho Cairo Rullelin
ht DelUUh'e, 5d Ohio levee.
fi) to Dellauri's, 50 Ohio levee.
SproafH lie tall Ice liox.
Consumers of ice are liutilied that for
their convenience I nave imtlt a large Ice
box on Eighth street in CundifTs story wh,.ru
ico iu anv quantity can at all times be ob
tamed, My customers will remember that
their tickets will uo puucnwi at this stand
Just tht) Httuio a by drivers ol wagons, tf,
To Uhoin It May Concern.
Notico is hereby given to all persons not
to trust my l.usbuud, Samuel Williamson,
on my account, as I will pay no debts con
tracted by Lim. Mrs. 8. Wiu.iAMS0N.3t
Wanted immediately six cooper's to make
oil barrels, staves jointed and heads circled.
25 cents paid for making. Apply at once
to Hahiiy M. Cakpku,
4t Little Koc.k, Ark.
ICE I ICK!!
Out of the fire, cor. of 8th and Levee, my
ice house and ofilco is at present s t the
City Ilrewery, on Washington aveuue, )e
tween 8lh and 9th streets. Orders will bo
tilled same as usual, both wholesale and
tet ail. Wagons supply regularly every day,
Mr. JiHeph Honeker is r.ow established
in his new tpiarters at the corner of Four
teenth Ktreet and Washington avenue, and
Invites his friends to call on him. lmo.
Republican Committee Meeting-.
The members of the Alexander county
Republican central committee are requested
to meet at the ofliee of C. N. Hughes in
Cairo, on Friday, October 20th, 1382, at 1
o'clock p. m., for the purpos of transact
ing such business as nny properly come
before them. A full attendance is reques
ted. H 'publicans not members of tho
committee are invited. C. N. Hcghes,
W. K. Ewkn, Chairman.
New Blacksmith Shop.
A tu w horse shoeing shop has been open
cd by Mr. I Powers oil Tenth street. All
manner of blaek-mithing and wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work done promptly. tf
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
N'Uti e In tti" coinrnii". ton com vr One,
ts-r iwrt'oTi and whether marked or not. if ralcn
! ted to f nv i'd any mm's buiu)na intcrtft arc
a'. wave paid for.
-A-k for $2.50 button shoe at W. E.
Captain W. P. riillidiy is bick from
Dr. II. Wardner wfi5 in the city yester
day. New stuck of ha's just received at W.
E. Gholsoiis. It
.ee notice in special locals of 200 labor-,
The b ys say Mi.-.ni-s wa-t Miidern
h 'rneti because it rained Mondty night.
Tiit latest s.iett ni'iic only 5cent per
copy at W. E. Gho!-n's. It
L'zzie M-r5. a negre-, raised a r-.'
Monday eight, aai fiai rive do".:
and ce-'i by M.igitr.te Oor-iings jtjttriay.
leva i St
eal . f tie
Iu: ri'rl is ia th r
n..,,i . i..-;,-r-. ,.f v.
i s Cf3-
t:i. r i'..r.i:i 1 c itnaiy.
Vot Ti . thi jv.-cn I war J bo di-J
n t re'.'::r ye:;rJy ciiy 've their
nitii'-s Ht thi i 5:c of Magtra!? Cvixiing,
on r.i;;l.lh street.
New r.ashmi-r t-iubroi-lery ju-t received
at W. E.Gholsjn'o. It
-The fr-nt ot Mr. Jeff. M. Clark's place
of business displays juie skillful
scene ji'tinting. A coat of varnish will
now lini.-h the work.
The finest lot of window shades in
southern Illinois will soon be on exhibition
in the establishment of Mr. Jetf. M. Clark,
on Washington avenue. It
Considerable switching on the Wabash
road lro:u Seventh street down last night
again, to the displeasure, inconvenience
and danger of citizens and others.
- Fifty dozen of '-Our Own" unlaundiied
sliii ls da S5e. Equal to any dollar shirt in
market at W. E. Gholnnu's.
The very latest wedding and ball pro
gramme stationery; also New Year cards,
worth $7.00 to $15,00 tho dozen cards
may be seen at The Ruixf.tin job oftice.Jit
There was a cessation of work yesterday
on all the new bouses in course of erection
in dillVretit parts oi the city, owing to rain
and threatening weather.
llubbelTs assessment machine has
been started with renewod activity since
the Ohio election, and a black list lias been
made nut of those who hithctoforc have
leclined to pay on demand.
Sec "Our Own" cotton flannel 10
and 12. The best value in the city at
the price. W. E.Gholson. It
Don Cameron admits that thy Demo
crats will control the next house by a hand
some working majority. Perhaps Don
will also admit that something dropped
over in Ohio recently.
Dr. A. T. Jones, representative of the
New Orleans Times-Democrat, one of tho
leading Democratic journalsof the south, is
in the city on business lor tho paper. Ho
will be here several days "taking notes."
On Thursday we will have another new
lot ef embroidered cashmer's in all shades.
Don't lail to eo them at W. E Gholson's.
Fancy bills were posted all over town
yesterday advertising thu coming of "Bufla
lo Rill" and his band of real, live Indians,
to give one of his startling performances at
the Opera House next Monday. Nearly
everybody stopped to seo tho highly colored
and highly sensational posters.
The scenery on tho Opera House Htago
at Saturday's matinee and at Monday
night's performanc was magnificent. It
p'as thu ilucBton tho stage, and that used
at the matinee was used but for tho second
time then. It was arranged with fine affect
by Mr. M. R. Kuhne and assistants, who
have acquired much proficiency in the
general management of thostage machinery.
- Tom Jasper, tho fellow who Btabbed
Chris. Lfingtrim, watchman of tho steamer
Arkansas City, was to havo been examiued
yesterday, but the wounded man was not
yet able to walk down town, though he
has been silting up (or several days, lie
will probably be examined to-day, however.
Everybody should attend tho Demo
cratic mass meeting to-night. Hon. Win.
Springer, one of the leaders of tho federal
house; Hon. Alfred Orcndorf, Democratic
candidate for state treasurer, and Hon. Win.
Hartzetl, Southern Illinois' old political
war-horse, will address the people.
Mr. John a B nvir has made some im
ponant improvements in his saloon at tho
comer of Twelfth street and Washington
avenue. In the ante-room he has partitioned
off a comer for a kitchen, from which
eatables of every description will be fur
nished upon short notice at almost every
hour of tho day or night. lw
Yesterday the polls in the several
wards were opened for tlie purpose of reg
istering voters. Every voter in the city
and c unity, black or white, rich or poor,
Democrat or Republican, Greenbacker or
Prohibition, or a mixture of all, should see
that their names appear upon the register
of tho precinct in which they respectively
The Huffdo Rill Combination, con
sisting of 25 tirt class artists, a band of
genuine Indian Chiefs from various western
tribes, and a beautiful young Iudian Prin
cess "Re No Kaw," will appear at th
Opera House Monday evening, Oct. 23, in
the new drama of "Twenty Days or Buffito
Rill's Pledge." Tickets of admis.m at
Hirtman's 75c, 50c. aad 25'.; no exir
charge for reserved seits.
Arrangement has been made by pr en
intnt Democrats with the Operi House
management for holding the mass me-tsng
night at the Opera II mse. This will
d.-ubtloM insure a large and refined audi
ence. The ladies are invited to turn .a: in
full force and leiro what may be 'f u'T' t
use to them in the nur future -when they
s'":i have the ch'rious privilege of casting
a Democratic ballot. The lxt sea s will
l-e held in reserve for them. "
Mr. H. W. Bstwirk, who Las been
traveling through the a lj lining Counties in
M;synri, a business for Mr. Driscoll, re
turned yeiUriiy, but leaves aiLn t-0y
to tnish up Lis lusis-rrs. He wiii be here
in time to Tote an 1 jrork for the Lkm.-cri'ic
tic'tL'.t. A ,.et,.':r fr: ra Lira in reference t
lias :a S:o:t aal Mjs:r?-
uViit.rl e' writf. T.7fc
Iiix'trihgt.2 Bu;.t:a: Tt.e i.Scaitj
:b trie RepuUkia prj fa New York is a
fii.t over tut spoils. Ia Pfttwyivaaia it ii
a fight over the tru. In Wit:v&sio, the
Keyes Ihzieton right is a local one, and itt
object i the f-r"Jils. In Colorado, the rxk
on which to-; Republican party is likely to
split is also a light over the r-i!s. The
difference dvi ling theprty m various con
gressional dis'ricts ire per-onal contests
for the epulis."
A oispath received yesterday from
Hon. John II. OU.-rly s'ated tint
he could not possibly be here to
address the people to night, because
of very important duties elsewhere. Rut a
very able stibititute, Hon Wm. M. Spriu -ger,
has consented to appear in Mr. Ober
ly's place. It is safe to predict, therefore,
that those who attend this mass meeting
to-night will be highly entertained, and
instructed as well, lor Mr. Springer has a
reputation as a speaker, that is not bound
ed by states.
At the special meeting of tho city
council last night provisions were made for
improving Eighth street back of Washing
ton avenue. An ordinance was passed au
thotizing tho work to be done by special
assessment, and Messrs. Robert Raird.M,
lvi.-te.rdny and M.J. Rowley were commis-i
sioned to assess the benefits upon tho own
ers of property abutting the purposed im
provement. The work is to bo done as
speedily as possible. Tho Mobile Bud
Ohio railroad company is ready to furnish
tho gravel when wanted.
We have received from the the Trav
eler's Insurance company, of Hartford,
Conn., a largo engraving, handsomely ex
ecuted by Root and Tinker, New York,
called ''Representative Journals and Jour
nalists of America." Tho Idea is original
and tiio work carried out perfectly. It
gives a fac-similcof the first page of each
Journal represented with a life-like picturo
of its editor or proprietor. The plate is
valuable, not only for its merit as a work of
art but for the personal interest in tho sub
In answer to mauy questions about
the position of tho comet it may bo said
that the head rises this morning at about 20
minutes past 3 o'clock and next Friday
morning at :i o clock. Tho best time to seo
it is a little before 5 o'clock, that is, just
before the beginning of twilight. The
earth, sun and comet now lorm a triangle
in space wmen may no roughly described
. i . i . .i. .
as equuaterai; mo atigio at which the
comet is situated dipping to tho south.
Tho sight ia a very fine one in u clear sky'
but tho light of Hie cornet is not strong
enough to show iu competition with much
'The Old Folks at Homo'' pay us a
uotahlc visit. Tho song so named was is
sued in 1851, au 1 it is now in its twenty
eighth year of popularity. It appears wilh
a new picturo title and is sent to us by
Oliver Dilson & Co., who also send of their
new publications, "Tho Girls of Boston"
(30 tts.) a comic ng by Christie. "New
Rostou Quickstep," (40 cts ) by Schneider.
"Doubting Love" (30 cts.) by Mara. "Leav
ing yet Loving," (35 cts.) one of Marzial's
ball ids, Robert Franz's "Sea," (30 cts.) and
his "Thanksgiving," (30 cts.) "Mouutain
Rreezes Polka Redowa," (30 cts.) by Albert
II. Fernald.and "Over the Meadows," (25
cts.) an easy and pretty piece for learners,
by Louis Meyer.
The insurance organization, knowc as
the American Legion of Honor, sought to
be organized hero by Mr. C. Close, is now
about ready for organization. The appli
cations of about forty charter members
have been approved by the chief medical
examiner and returned here. Mr. Alex
Eraser was ono ot the charter members, his
application was for livo thousand dollars,
and it was approved by tin chief medical
examiner on the 2nd inst. It would seem,
therefore, that, although an organization
had not been affected hero before his
death, yet his fam'ly would be entitled
to the insurance. But it is likely that there
will be some question as to whether a
charter member is a beneficiary member
from the date of the approval of his appli
cation or not.
It appears from some of The Ruu.etin
exchanges that Captain Murphy hps accept
ted a h illcegc from Captain McCartney,
the Prohibition nominee, to meet in a dis-cus-ion
ot the Prohibition question. It'
this bo true we may reasonably expect to
see sun; tire fly, as both
gentlemen are good (speakers.
Th-fact tliatCtpt. McCartney challenges
his Democratic opponent is tolerably g"-d
proof that it is the Democratic candidate
agiinst whonvhe is especially runuing.
He seems to be aware that the Prohibition
movement is, from beginning to end, a R-;-P'.ib'ican
dodge, dt signed to favor the R
pii 'iicin nominees. He is a Repuoliciin
hiui-elf and next to his own success, he
doubth-soj wants that of his Republican op
ponent. Ciptiin McCartney kuows tint
the Proirbition movement is general'' b
liev.dt i lw, with good reason, a Repub
lic n si le-show. Ttiat it was inaugurated
ani is K ing forwarded by the R-publican
m vh ne. If he had believed th it this im-prt-ioa
was not correct, and h id desired
to prove that it was not correct, the be-t
thing he cou: 1 have done would have
-a to challenge Captain Thomas, and
t;.;s 1 re t Lis piitiral war especially
; ii'-v.ist am. mi i-ip:&.u aicuanney asm
1 , ---V an 1 ),.a k ft a tfVjTl tht hint
Xourio;? that his on chance of election
are infL-'itiaitna!, he will d all he can to
eict Toornts by making an open and di-
r':t right against Captain Murphy. But
't;4 well so. We'll have a little Ohio of our
own iu tiiis district next month in spite of
M irhin';' Republican Prohibitionism.
- The Republican press, colored people's
presri in particular, of this senatorial dis
trict, is not as enthusiastic over the Candi
da y of Mr. Nixon for the state legislature
as they would be if the political advance
ment of l he colored man and brother were
one of their highest aims. The following
fi rn the Cairo Gazette is the only com
plimentary editorial we have scon, and
it is not as hearty as wo had a
tight to expect from a paper published by re
presentative colored men who profess to be
the particular champions of their rights:
' tl has been charged that leading colored
nu n inthis city, h av j be'jn tho disturbing el
ement in thy party, and these charges have
brought down on their innocent and tin-off'-nding
heads, the direct consequences;
but a reformer and purifier has sprnng up
in an i.lrnost obscure villauu in this district,
who is about to inuagurate a revolution in
politics, which may ere long, bo felt
throughout the entire state. If thu party is
to succeed iu the future, thu considerate
and fair minded men in i, must tako thy
lead at once, and accord to the negro who
constitutes such a large proportion of tho
voters, tho recognition which is
properly his own." Of tho in
sincerity of the white Republican press,
so far as its professions of lovo for the col
ored race are concerned, there has long
since ceased to by any doubt; but thin cool
ness on the part of the colored press proves
that even its much vaunted interest in thu
political advancement of tho colored peo
ple, is not as sincere as it should be. Not
a candidate, in the field would stand a as
show of election as would Mr. Nixon if
be can depend upon the vote only of his
own race; but it is evident from all appear
ances that Mr. Nixon is to bo assassinated,
politically, with the daggers of black Re
publican jealousy and white Republican
I. O. O. F. FUNERAL NOTICE.
The members of the Alexander Lodge
No. 221 I. O. O. F. will meet at their hall
at 12 o'clock sharp to day for tho purpose
of attending thy luneral of Bro. A. Fraser.
Services will Im held at his late rosl
deuce by Rev. F. P. Davenport at 1 o'clock.
Special funeral train will loavo foot of Hth
st. at 2 p. m.
By order of committee,
II. 0. Lor us, Soc'y.
GOOD READING FOR THOUGHTFUL
SHOULD BE CAUKFCM.Y HKADTUAT COURKCT
CONCLUSIONS MAY UK AKRIVED AT.
I'AL'L Q. HCUUU,
I)Kaa Hiu : Recognizing tho fact that
there is to a certain extent, a mutual depen
dency existing between the professions of
pharmacy and medicine, and feeling that a
better understanding of tho function and
duties of the two profession should ho re
cognized and adhered to, we, of tho medi
cal profession of Cairo, object to the fre
quent habit of druggists of thi city, of
diagnosing diseases and prescribing medi
cines, for the following reasons: ,
First. The science of pharmacy does
not include a knowledge of the science of
Second. You are violating the medical
practice act, by so doing, and robbing the
physicians of their legetimate business.
Third. You aro practising deception
upon the sick; therefore we ask you to ad
here to the law governing the practice of
Another grievance to which wo respect
fully ask your attention, is the matter of
refilling prescriptions without authority ot
tho physicians who have writen them. The
above practice is injurious to both patient
and physicians; tho patient often suffering
Irom the etTects of improper medicine, and
ihe physician because he is practically
held responsible for the action of the medi
cine he did not prescribe.
Again we hold that the original owner
of tho prescription luxes his ownership in
the same, ss soon as it is once tilled and
placed on file, and that he has no right to
demand that it be taken from the file and
be refilled, except by tho order of the pre
scribing physicians. Wo therefor.' ak
you to discontinue the practice.
After due deliberation, we the under
signed members of tho "Medical A?S'a:ia
tion of Cairo" have resolved not to patron ize
directly or indirectly, any druggist,
who shall after this date, be known to pre
scribe for any one requiriug the Ht-rviees of
u physician, or who shall refill or duplicate
prescriptions without the written or verbal
authority of the physician. Respectfully,
W. R. Smith, Prest. J. C. Sli.uvan, V. P.
G. G. Pakkek, Skc't. J.J.Gukoon. J. II.
BllYANT. C. W. Dlsmno. I). H. Pakkkh.
J. S. Petkie.
To the Public: c
Although the above resolutions speak for
themselves, and although any unprejudiced
person can readily rea l between the lines
the real motives prompting the Cairo Med
ical Association to issue such a proclama
tion, I feel like making a few remarks:
I, for my part, do not know that I have
bttn deceiving the public duriDg tho last
19 years past and do not intend to deceive
it now, on thy contary, I will try, in the
future, as I have in tne past, to mind my
own business and attend to the wants of
my patrons to the best of my ability. I
am neither beooinu nor bcyino any one's
patronage, but my aim is to plta.ie each
and every one, who kindly favors me with
their calls. Respectfully,
Paul G. Schuh.
All day yesterday was consume 1 by the
court in concluding the trial of tho case of
The People vs. The Wabash, H'. Louis &,
Pacific railroad company. The indictment
was in fffeot, that tho tracks of the company
on Commercial avenue, above second street,
were nuisances, because they obstructed tho
The testimony taken was voluminous
considering the nature of tho case. Much
of Monday and yesterday was consumed in
the examination of witnesses. Tho argu
ment began yesterday afternoon. Messrs.
I). T. Linegar and Angus Leek, atpcaring
for the people and Mr. S. P.
Wheeler for tho defendant.
The case was given to tho jury late in tho
afternoon, and after less than an hour's
consultation the following verdict was
"We, tho jurors in tho case of The Peo
ple vs. Tho Wabash, St. Imis fc Pacific
railroad company, find tho defendant
guilty, ami that the track on the went side
of Commercial avenue, leaving tho main
track between Second and Third streets, is
This track, as all who have been down
there probably know, runs to tho Union
Depot and iu order to reach tho platform of
the depot, leaves thy avenue and cuts off
tho sidewalk on tho westerly sido thereof,
about midway between Second and Third
streets. Tho sidewalk consequently makes
a sharp curve about ten feet out of line,
following tho cuivo of the track and
encroaching upon thu adjoining
lots. Teams cumot go from Second to
Third street, along the westerly side ol the
avenue, without diagonally crossing tho
track. Where teams usually cross in going
this route the backs have been planked,
otherwise, none of the tracks below Sixth
street have been planked as required by
tho ordinance; but thu planks aro on hand
and will be put down soon so wo are told.
It is probably that an appeal will bo
taken in the case; but if tho supreme court
sustains tho verdict of this jury the company
will probably havo to remove the track
This morning the court will take up tho
caso of Tho People vs. Fred., Louis and
NEW A DVERTISEM K.NTfl.
Nntlcui In thla column tbruo ltnei or luaa ini.
onoluaerllon or $1.01 pi r week.
A NO ON B KKKUYItOAT FOI HALE. 11J
r-iit loni, us 'net beam; will carry aixluun two
home wagons. I'rlce four tnottaiind dollar For
Information add ti.ii V A i-inu
OlUItn Lenvuiiworth Kaunas.
POIt H.WX-lllmika. Chutta! Morgue-., Kuerlal
1 Warranty and Warranty Deeds at tliu ilulletia
Jo e lllce 7S ( ih in Levee
TJ-1'UINTINO OFriCT.S-Wo havo a la rue
tix'.kofiMi:!!!, No. 1 "M" newa that wo wll' aell to
iimiiera only, in 1ota of not lexn than two reams, at
t-J inner ream CMrih. Addrena K A Ilii.ru.M u..i
let! II Ofllco.
AN 8 r W norm) pn ver upright engine, In cood
condition, and U loot horizontal 2 fine bolleri,
with all tba valvoa, plpea, Lew heater, drlvu well
waturtaHk. en: , new nmokt utack all complete,
pr'coftli). Addruaa K. A U'lrautt, Cairo, 111. if.
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
Monday. Oct. 23d. 1882.
I ate Guide and Chief of Scout for
tho C. S. Army.
And Ilia Own Miiminoth Co:n!iinai.lo n Condfting
Who will appaur In the new and Hart t ti t? aonaa
tionnl Drama written for Hon W. F Cody, by
Chaf Foctt r, author of ",-a .eul Sevu d," Eul'tleQ
Buffalo Bill's Pledge.
A Hand of Genuine Indian "hict. Fr-im the Win.
uehairo, Monxand Pawner Trine. AUo
ihe H.-anfiii and Acorn -pll-ln-d
(tin fl-nt I om.)
Will Appear at F:h l'erf'irmirn: and In tho
.Street 1'aiatV ti aid Vocal and Inftrti
menial .Mnrdral by Mr Jole
Keueaiil Mia Lde Fuller.
TRICK DONKEY, JERRY.
MR. FRANK THOMPSON.
The (ireat Coronet So!lt.
Military Brass Hand and Orchestra.
Look out for the (iraud Street Parade.
Seat foriale at Ilat:nn'. Popular Price: c ,
ti c and ix. No I'barire. fur re.erved aeata,
Hon Wm F.Cody Proprietor and Manager
.loch. K. Ov'i-dn .... llu-tm Manager
Oriuund 11. Iliitler Oeneral A' Ut
JAMES KELCII& CO.
ll. T. GEROULD AND
C. P. N E W L A N D.
P LjU m b K II s ,
AND (f AS FITTERS,
DRIVE WKI.LS, FORCE AND
LIFT PUMPS FURNISHER AND PUT
UP IX A WORKMANLIKE
MANNER, GAS FIX
TI.IiKS Of all k n l lurnNhe 1 to order. oM flxturci re
bronaed ; Jo -iMnyc pr :npl'ir attended to. Ordcra
recetvud at Daniel Ha i.'nan'a or at thu loop,
COMMERCIAL AVKM'E BETWEEN"
NINETU AND TENTH STREETS,
;a.iko .... ILLS.
FLO UK MRUS AND HAY
Hirhfft Uriah Price Paid for Wluwt.
JOJIN JOHNSON & GO'S
S A L 0 0 N.
Late Ivoonler's, on Eighth Street.
Ca'lforti.tt Wlno, Cla-a of imirv choice brand
ami Llipior of all alnda always on hand. Custom
J- K. I NOJiJ,
Manufacturer ami Dealer In
(Ith Street, butwuun Coui'l Ave. 'and Luvuo.
OA. II tO, ILLINOIW
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY,
ALL KIN 1)8 OF AMUN1TION.
Nafe Repaired. All Kind ol Keys Made.