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'llik JAiiiV OAJKO BULLETIN! i'KlUAi MOUN1NU, OOTOHEtt 20, l82.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
OKFU K: NO. 78 OHIO LEVEE.
KNTKHKD AT TUB CAIKO POBTOmCB FOH
lIUSSillaSION TUttOLOUTHE MAILS AT SEC
OND CLASS KATES.
OFIUIAL PAPKHUf CITV AND COUNTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Noticin iii t&'.i column, vigai conta per Moo for
rot and IWa centa per Una etch tubtequent liner
'Ion. For 0110 wwk, 3d cents per lino, i'or one
nonth. no cenm per lino.
Electro Vapor and Mo Heated Hatli,
a euro cure for Chills and Fever, Rheuma
tism, Catarrh, Neuralgia, and all skin dis
eases and blood poisons.
I Will yive Medicated Baths on Wednes
daysand Saturdays. Room over Taber's.
W. M. Mauean, M.D.
The correspondence below is published
in order that the public may understand
our position in the matter of prescibiii'
and refilling indiscriminately the prescrip
tions on our files. We will only add, that
if the members of the medical profession of
Cairo can be bought our business and
social relations with fiem have never
developed the fact. Respectfully,
October 10th, 1S82.
Caiuo, III., Sept. 27, 1882.
Moteri. Barclay l)ron
Gkntlkmkn : Recognizing the fact that
Uere is to a certain extent u mutual do
pendency existing between the professions
of pharmacy and medicine, and feeling
that a better understanding of the lunctions
and duties of the two professions should
be recognized aud adhered to, we of the
medical profession o Cairo, object to the
frequent habit of druggists of this city, of
diagnosing diseases and prescribing medi
cines, fur the following reasons:
First The science of pharmacy does uot
include a knowledge of the science of med
icine. Second Your violating the "Medical
Practice Act" by so doing and robbing the
physicians ot their legitimate business.
Third You are practicing deception
upon the sick; therefore we ask you to ad
here to the law covering the practice of
Another grievance to which we respect
fully ask your atteution.ig the matter of re
filling prescriptions without the authority
of the physicians who have written them.
The above practice is injurious to both
patient and physician; the patient often
suffering from the effects of improper medi
cine, and the physician because he is prac
held responsible for the action of medicine
he did not prescribe.
Again, we hold that the original owner
of the prescription loe? his ownership as
Boon as it h once filled and placed on
file, and that he has no right to demand
that it be taken from the file, end bo refilled
except on the order of the prescubing pliv
sician. We therefore ask you to discontinue
After duo deliberation, we the under
signed members of the Medical Associa
tion of Cairo have resolved not to patronize
directly or Indirectly any druggist who
shall alter this date be known to prescribe
for any one requiring this services of a
physician, or who shall refill or duplicate a
prescription without the verbal or written
authority of the physician. Respectfully,
W. It. Smith, Pres. J. C. Sullivan, V. P.
G. G. Pahkek, Soevy. J. J. Gordon, J. H.
Bryant, CW.Dcsm.no, D. II. Paiiker,
J. S. Petik.
Cairo, Ills., Sept. 30, 1883.
Dr. G. Ci. l'arknr. Sec'jr:
Dear Sir We bave your favor of 27th
inst. covering proceedings of "The Medical
Association of Cairo" relative to the "habit
of druggists" diagnosing and prescribing,
and the refilling of prescriptions. In re
gard to the former wo heartily concur in
the reasons set forth and have always de
precated the "habit." Still emergencies
may arise when humanity would dictato a
violation of the strict letter of a law, and
we feel assured tb at your society will ap
prove of any acts of ours under such cir
cumstances. While approving alsj the suggestion in
regard to refilling prescriptions and assur
ing your society of our purpose to comply
with its requcgf, still canes may Brine when
we must txercls'i some discretion. In all
such instances, however, w are petfectly
willing to notify the physician.
We would respectfully suggest that as
this is an innovation upon ud old estab
libed custom in this city, your society or
its mem here acquaint your patrons and the
public of the change, thereby sharing witn
us the task of pacifying thoH'j who do sot
understmd or appreciate the situation.
2t Barclay Bros.
in market at DcBauu's 50 Ohio levee.
Use Tub Cairo Bulletin perforated
cratch-book, made of calendered jute
ii'unillit, equally good for Ink or pencil. For
sale, in three sizes, at the office. No. 2 and
it. five and teu cents each by the single one,
by the dozen, Special discount u grog
lots to tho trade.
Don t lail to ton at Joo UonnV
Pobt Otlke taloon tor rot'iushuieuts ot tho
Dent enrt. iUH
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ta biuo, suueu to any business, manufac
lureu a'U lor sale at the Cairo Bulletin
go to DeBauu's, 50 Ohio leveo.
Sproat's Retail Ice Box.
louiumw ol ice are notified that for
their convenience I have built a Mim Irn
box on Eighth street in CundirTs store w hero
ice in snv quantity can at oil times be 0i,
tained. My customers will remember that
their tickets will bo punched at this staud
Just too same at by drivers of wagons, tf.
To Whom It May Concern.
Notice is hereby given to all persons not
to trust my husband, Samuel Willi'inison,
cm my account, as I will pay no debts con
tracted by Mm. Sirs. 8. Wii.MAMS0H.3t
To Whom It May Couccrn.
Notico is hereby given all persons not to
trust my wife. Mrs. Samuel Williamson,
alias Phoebe Williamson, alias Leah Wil
Williamson, as I will pay no debts con
tracted by her, as I am responsible or I
would uot have been advertised.
Out of the fire, cor. of 8th and Levee, my
icehouse aud office is at present at tho
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, be
tween 8th and Oth streets. Orders will bo
filled same as usual, both wholesale and
retail. Wagons supply regularly every day.
Mr. Joseph Ronokcr is low established
in his new quarters at the corner of Four
teenth street and Washington avenue, and
Invites his friends t3 call on him. lmo.
Mr. John A. Bower has made some im
portant improvements in his saloon at the
corner of Twelfth street and Washington
avenue. In the ante room ho has partitioned
off a corner for a kitchen, from whicli
eat'ibles of every description will bo fur
nished upon short notice at almost every
hour of the day or night. lw
Wanted Men and Teanw.
Five hundred station men and 200 good
scrspor teams on Kansas City, Springfield
aud Memphis railroad. Material is a mix-
turo of clay ami sand. Price of station
work, 13 to lCc per yard; teani9, 81.00 per
day ; teamsters, $ 20 per month and board ;
day laborers, f 1.75 per day. Apply to P.
Mockler, Railroad House, Commercial ave
nue, between 4th and (lib, Cairo, 111., or to
Betiicne, Smith & Co., Contractors,
Post office, Jones bo, Ark.
it DcBauuV, 58 Ohio levee.
Republican Committee Meeting;.
The members of the Alexander county
Republican central committee are requested
to meet at tho office of C. N. Hughes in
iro, on Friday, October 20th, 1882, at 10
o'clock s. m., for the purpos" of transact
ing such business as may. properly come
before them. A full attendance is reques
ted. Republicans not members of the
committee are invited. C. N. Hcoues,
W. McEwen, Chairman.
New Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse- shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P Powers on Tenth street. All
manner ot bUtKauuthing and wagon work:
lone to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work done promptly. tf
50c. per Can,
Extra Selects, at De Nairn's.
A Fine Barber Shop.
Alba, on Commercial avenue, has
the most exteusive aud as tine an equipped
barber bIioo as can be found in auy city.
His employes are masters in the trade,
whoso razors are always smooth and keen.
IBs establishment is large enough to
meet any demand upon it without any tire
some waiting; and ips patrons go away
pleased with him themselves and his work.
Oiye him a trial.
The Post Office saloon by Joe Uoneker
is one of the coolest, quietest, neatest and
best supplied resorts in the city. lmo.
50c. per Can,
Extra Selects, at DeBaun's.
Old Machinery Casting Wanted
at Rennio's new foundry for which the
highest prices will be paid in cash.
Call at No. 93 Ohio Levee.
tt John T. Rknmk.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notlcon tn tho commit, tun runt vt IItio,
ch lii-ortlon anil whether marked or not, if cairn
luted to fowa-d any mu' uui'luiiii luterost are
- Fresh game fish to-day at Koehler's,
market, corner 29th and Commercial ave
nue. 1 1
-Schoolchildren will find The Bl'i.lk-
TI.n scratch-books Nos. 2 and U for salo at
hil Saup's candy Btm-. tf
The r.cw gas reservoir ot tho Cairo
City Gas company is finished. It will be
first put touso next Sunday or Monday.
vr several nui'ta '"'tie Italian band,
composed of one viuliumi oivl .. haroist,
both of much talent, has been regarding
the guests of Tho llalliday with line music.
-Tho very latest wedding and ball pro
gramme stationery ; at bo New Year cards,
worth $7.00 to 15.00 tho dozen cards
may bo seen at The Bulletin job ofTlce.at
Fresh game fish to-day at Koehler's,
market, corner 20th and Commercial ave
nue. . It
Yesterday uiomiug Mrs. Kato Iliuklo
wife of Major Jesso Hinkle, left for Cen-
tronelle, Alabama, for a stay of somo weeks
A braketnnn on the Texas and St.
Louis railroad named Stephen Kelly had a
thumb and finger badly mashed while
coupling cars Wednesday.
A sister of Miss HotchkiBS is very sick
in Kansas, and the latter loft yesterday, in
response to a dispatch, to bo present at the
Steel rails continue to bo brought in
on the Waliash road for tho reshipmont
from here to some of tho Missouri rail
Fresh gamo fish to-day at Koohler'i,
market corner 20th and Commercial ave
Mr. Evan Poo and Mrs. Sallie E.
Hughes were united in marriago by Magis
trate Comings Wednesday night. They
were both from Ilinklevillo, Ky. -
Miss Emma James' organ recital will
bo given during tho first week I n
November. It promises to be a fine
About twelvo couples attended the so
cial dnnco at Reform hall ou Eighth street
Wednesday night, given by several young
men who are fond of social enjoymont, as
all ought to be but are not.
Little Willio Rose, son of Mrs. F
Rose, on Seventh street, died Wednesday
night after an illness of several weeks in
duration. His remains will bo interred at
Villa Ridge to day. 9
In special locals this morning appear
communications from Messrs. Barclay Bros,
and Frank Healy, in reply to communcia
tiou received by them from tho Cain
A burning chimmey on a house at the
corner of Tenth and Walnut streets, was the
cause of the fire alarm last night about
seven o'clock. No damage waa done. The
liotit.ii is occupied by Mr.Timmons.
When will tho ordinance, or its inten
tions, he carried out, by tho building of
that sidewalk from Eighth street to the
Opera House on Railroad street? At least
one-half the town is interested in this
A white mau and a negro wero brought
here Wednesday from Texas by an officer
and lodged in our city jail for safekeeping
during the night. They were convicted of
robbing a post office, and were enroute for
tho Chester penitentiary.
It is authoritatively stated that one of
the County Prohibition candidates is seek
ing to gain colored voters by saying that
he is tho Republican nominee and had
nodiiug to do with tho Prohibition con
vention. A charge of murder in the second de
gree was preferred in theconrt of criminal
correction Wednesday against John A.
Coekerill and his bend fixed at f 10,000.
Biil was immediately furnished by his
friends and ho was released. The case is
set lor the 2nd of November.
A 10 o'clock this forenoon, the con
gressional Republican central committo will
meet at the office of Chairman Hughes and
will consider what should be done to save
the Republican candidate for congress from
threatened defeat. The meeting w ill be
doubtless oueof much interest.
Captain John G. D. Knight and family
are now in the city, having taking up their
permanent residence at The Hallaidy. Cap
tain Kuight has charge of the Mississippi
river improvement between this city and
Island No 40. lie li made Cairo his
headquarters, and direct the work and fur
nish the supplies, etc. from this point. His
office will probably be in the custom house.
There seems to he an impression out
that the entrance to The Bulletin office is
from R'tilioad street, because the news room
is on 'hat street and the job office is
not open at night. The business office and
job office is on the L';vee and the entrance
to these is at No, ,7 Ohio levee between
the hours of 0 a. m. and !) p. m. After
that time this entrance is closed, and until
midnight the, uight cutrinreis from Rail
Our city is well decorated with pic
tures representing Bufftlo Bill in his new
piece, written expressly for him by Chas.
Foster, the comedian, entitled "Twenty
Days, or Buffalo Bill's Pledgo." Press
notices throughout the country speak high
ly of the play and tho company, and there
will no doubt be a large audience to greet
the combination Monday night next. They
give a grand street parade in which tho
genuine Indian Princess nnd the Sioux
Chiefs all take part.
Mayor Harrison vetoed the ordinauce
pnssed by the Chicago council the previous
week providing for the infliction of heavy
penalties upon minors purchasing or offer
ing to purchase liquor in a saloon. The
mayor's objections weie that the penltics
were arbitrary and unnecessarily Bevere, and
his recommendation that tho ordinance be
so amended as to leave the amount of the
tine entirely within the discretion of the
police magistrates, luniiJo a Quod umvimnm,
was concurred in, and tho ordinance
amended accordingly aud passod.
It is probable that Mr. Harry Walker
will soon commence preparations for open
ing a variety theatre in tho building near
tho corner of Tenth street on the easterly
side of Commercial avenue, known as the
Perry Dowers property. IIo has leased
the property for a number of years.- Tho
building is a 1 trgo one, covering nearly
two lots, but Mr. Walker will have it still
enlarged and completely overhauled and
transformed into a very attractive and com
fortable theatre. Mr. Walker expects to
open out the 1st of April. In tho mean
time, the present Theatre Comiquo building
upon which Mr. Walker has a lease for
some months yet and may havo fur several
years to come, will continuo to furnish
nightly entertainment to tho populace
Tho grand lodgo of the Illinois Knights
of Pythias convened in Springfield, Tuesday,
with all the grand officers and nearly all
the delegates in attendance. Tho day was
devoted to the reception of new members
and the submission of tho officers' report.
From tho report of the graad keeper of
records nnd seal it appears that tho gain in
membership during the year was 1,020,
with 17 new lodges added to tho roostor.
The has also been a gain to tho treasury of
over 1,500. Tho receipts during tho year
were 0,210,87, and the balance on hand
at the date of tho report was $4,243,02,
Tho number of lodges iu tho state is given
at 110, with a membership of 4,803. The
order is generally represented to be in a
Mrs. Galligan, wife of Patrick GallU
gun, a drayman of this city, was found
guilty of insanity by the county court re
cently and ordered to bo taken to the Anna
Insane asylum. Deputy Sheriff Richard
Fitzgerald took her thero on Tuesday
last, and when her clothing was examined
previous to her confinement it was found
that she had a large sum of money sewed
up in it. Altogether it was found to thir
teen hundred dollars, ono hundred of which
was in gold and the remainder in currency.
Mr. Galligan was much turprlsed to learn
of this. IIo had supposed that his wife
spent all tho money ho gavo her. Somo of
the greenbacks were quite mouldy and on
the point of decomposition, showing that
they had been concealed for a long time.
City Comptroller Foley has untitled the
Cleveland Rubber company of the action
of the city council with . reference to the
hoso furnished tho Cairo fire department
by that company, about 2,400 feet, nearly
all ot which is unservicable; aitd has ro
ceived a reply from the company to the
effect that tho matter will be promptly in
vestigated, and asking that further action
by the council be, iu the meantime, sus
pended. It is necessary that the investi
gation should be made immediately and
the exchange as soon as possible. The Anch
or lire company is the only one of tho tivo
in the city, which has an adequate supply
of good hose, and this hoso waa not ob
tained from the Cleveland company. The
other companies have each barely enough
really good hoso to reach across a street.
There is danger to the city in long delay.
The cofllu to contaiu the reiuuns of
Miss Fanny Parnell is made of iron, aud
is covered with cardinal plush, tho sides
being dispell with gold bullion fringe,
Two bars of gold, of the lenght of the
casket, form extension handles on eith'-r
bide. At the head and foot there arc two
m i-sive handles, Tho lining of the coffin
iH of rose colored plush, the plate, which
is of gold, and which was made by Tiffany,
bears the inscription, "Fanny Parnell, died
July 20, 1382." The letters are rtiaud on a
ground of shamrocks, with an Irish harp in
each comer. The coffin wis to be smt t.i
Philadelphia Sunday morning, and from
there to Bordentown. from which place,
after receiving tho remains of Miss Parnell,
it will be sent again to Philadelphia. There
the. body will be viewed by the different
Land League societies of that city. From
Philadelphia it will be taken by way of
New York to Boston, from which place it
will be shipped to Ireland.
Rev. B. Y. George is in attendance
upon the Prerbyterian synod of Illinois
which cotiV' ned at Springfield on Tuesday.
Two hundred and fifty delegates were pres
ent at the organization. The most im
portant features of the days proceedings
was a sermon by Dr. Patterson, of Chicago,
in which he gave a brief history of the
church in this state. The synod ol Illinois
was organized in 1831. This continued
until 1838, when it was divided by the
rupture in the church at large. One body
going with the new school and the other
remaining with the old. Five years later
the synod of Peoria was set off by tho new
school gifueral assembly and in 1850 (he
synod ol Chicago, old school, was organized
making four synods in this state. When
the reunion of 1870 was fully consummated,
the synods were reorganized and called the
south, central and north synods of Illinois.
The general assembly then const'tuted the
state one synod and the delegates for the
consolidated synod now meet for tho first
time, and I bus the Presbyters again com
pose the synod of Illinois after a separation
of f lurty-four years. During that time
they havo increased from 0 Presbyters, 40
minister!!, 55 churches and 1,700 members
to 11 Presbyters, 410 ministers, 478 church
es and 42,003 communicants. The session
will last some iluys.
How crinsistpnt the Republican Press
is. For years back its cry has been that the
Democratic party was tho whiaky y.rtj,
but now tho cry has suddenly changed.
Tho Chicago Tribuuo sought to prove a
short tinii ago that . tho counties in this
f-tflto where the Democratic party was in
tho majority thero wero fewest license
towns anil more Prohibition towns, and
now conies the Carmi Times with this
h'.aitling announcement anent tho Ohio
election: "The liquor element knocked
tho props from under the Republicans in
Ohio Tnesd ay, and kor the first time in
many years it. stops over into tho Demo
cratic column with a majority of 17,000.
Liquor and Democracy make a strong team
wlieu yoked together a? they were this
year in Ohio." Liquor and tho so-called
God and morality party mido a strocg
team for many yoars in Ohio. In fact the
defeat of tho so-called God and morality
parly when "Liquor" left it, proves that the
God and morality party depended for its
success entirely upon Liquor, liquor
gave tho God and morality party to preach
God and morality and to practice some
thing entirely different. But in those good
old days, the Carmi Times and other goody
goody Republican papers did not dcBignato
tho success of Liquor and Republicanism
as they now do that of Liquor and Don.o.
cracy, "an endorsement of sabbath dole
cration and free whisky." Oh.no! Thon
it was an endorsement of all that is pure
and God- like.
BARTON'S INDICTMENT OF CAPT.
As time rolled on, tho unfitness of Capf.
Thomas for the position to which ho had
been twice elected became more apparent,
and the masses of the party wero not iu
favor of again heaping honor upon him.
As a representative of tho people ho was a
cipher. Ho did not know what his duties
were; or knowing them, did not havo tho
honor to perform them. But Mr. Thomas'
shortcoming as congressman were com
pensated by his cunning and trickery.
Ho had formed a ring around himself com
posed of the federal officeholders of the
district. Tnis ring, by bribery and cor
ruption, secured his third nomination.
The Free Press, though a Republican paper,
refuses to support Capt. Thomas. And for
reasons which wc lay befoio tho Repub
licans ol the district.
We charge :
First That Capt. Sohn R. Thomas, at
the second session of the 40th congress,
voted in every instance (when not absent)
in tho interests of the bondholders against
the refunding bill for tho reduction of the
interest on tho public to 3 per rent. See
Congressional Record of January 19, 1881.
Second That at the fust session of the
4Gth congress he voted in every in.-tance
(when not absent) against the hill making
silver dollars a legal teuder, and thereby
voted against the known will, of his con
stituents and inTavor of the bondholders
who want all their interest paid in gold.
See Congressional Record, May 21, 1879.
Third That when the very important
bill tor tho rcductiou of the tax on tobacco,
matches ami medicines (in .which all his
constituents are interested) was voted on st
the last session of congress, he was absent
and did not vote.
Fourth That when the bill in relation
to the building of steam and sail ve.-sels
was before congress, ho was absent nnd
failed to vote at every stage of the bill; and
especially that ho failed to vote for or
against the amendment allowing all mate
rials for building ships and boats of Amer
ican internal commerce or foreign com
merce to be admitted free of duty. Sec
Congressional Record of Ju'y 22nd and
Fifth That Captain John R. Thomas
voted againBt the bill passed by the 45 :h
congress making appropriations for the
improvement of the Ohio and Mississippi
rivers, containing a special appropriation
ot 200,000 for the improvement of the
Mississippi river between St. L mis and
Cairo, in which the people of Randolph,
Jackson, Union and Alexmder counties
were impocully interert.lt aol timl the
record shows that he (when not absent)
voted against tnc bid at all its stages.
See Congressional Record of February
17th and following diys, 1881. Aud,
that at the recent session of congress, when
a similar bill, appropriating money to im prove
the Ohio aid Mississippi rivers, aud
containing a special appropriation of $000,
000 to improve the Mississippi riven bo
tween St. Louis and .CV.iro, in which the
people of the above named counties w ere
vitally interested Capt. Thomas absented
himself, and did not vote at all for the bill
at any of its stages, although every one of
his constituneiits would be benefitted
by the passage of the bill. That when tho
final vote was taken in the house on agree
ing to tho report ol the committee of refer
ence (which sealed the fate of tho bill,)
Capt. Thomas was absent and did not
vote. See Congretsiou Ueconl of July 25,
Sixth That after tho President's veto of
the bill making appropriations to improve
the navigation of the Ohio and Misssisippi
riyers, the same bill came up for passage
over the J'resident s veto, a two-thirds
majority being required to pass it, Capt.
Thomas refused to vote. Tho Jjill was
passed over the veto, the vote standing
122 to 59. But still, while it was in immi
ucnt danger of difeat, Capt. Thomas stood
by aud failed to vote for the bill. (Seo
Congressional Record of August, 2nd 1882.)
Aud yt, with this record against him, he
is now trying to convince the people of tho
district that ho was tho friend of these im
Seventh That during the second session
of the 40th congress, and during tlm recent
session, also, Capt. Thomas was a habitual
absentee, and was absent or not voting
more often than any other member of con
gross, and that no other member of congress
neglected his duty as did ho. See Con
gressional record of second session of-40th
congress and the 47th congress, and tho
various roll-calls of ayes and nayes theresu
Youno men ot middle ajo ones, suflering
from nervous debility ami kindred weak
ness should send throe stamps for Part VII
of Worldis Dispensary Dime Series of
l ooks. Address World's Dispeusory Medi
cal Association, Buffalo, N. Y.
It matters uot tho ago of sufferers from
colds, coughs or croup, " Dr, Sellers' Cough
Syrup" is good for all alike, price 25 cents.
Havesville, Ohio, Feb. 11, 1881).
I am very glad to any I havo tried Hop
Bittors, and never took anything that did
mo as much good. I only took two bottles
and I would not take $100 for tho good
they did mo. I recommend them to my
patients, and get the best results from their
use. C. B. Mercer, M.D.
Nottrul In tliia rnlnmn Itirun 11m,a ,
onutiiHiirtlon or $1.00 per week.
2)11 HALE. A good coat beating stova at Tha
IOIt HUNT. FurulMiudaiut uirurulnli6d rooint
at the Lamliert Mouse, ou Hvunteuutti, betwnen
roplnr and Commercial a?uuue. tit
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liiu liuun III irnolmt tlireu minium. Eiuinlni of
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home wanoiiH pr!i:o four iboui-atid dollar Vvr
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stock of 'MxW, No. 1 "M" news that wu wil' tell to
nntur only, in lota of not Iuks tlmn two r am, at '
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AN 8r 10 lior power ii'iritjlit onlno, tn (rood
condition, and i foot horizontal 2 'flue bolluri,
with all I ho valvva, pipes, new heater, drtvo well
watcrtimk. ti:., nw naokt tai k all complete,
lrc.!5). Address K. linnet!, Cairo, 111. If.
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
Monday, Oct. Hd, 182.
l ain liuldo and Chluf of Ncout for
tho IJ. S. Army.
And Hit Own Mammoth Combination CoDiietiu
Who will appear In tin' new nnd taM Ini? neona
tlnnnl Drama written Tor lion V. I' ( udy, by
C'bn KuHit. author ol i-a'.Bat ."eren," Knlitlt d
Buffalo Bill's Pledge.
A Hand ofifi-iiulnK !uMan Ctiluta. From the Win.
ui-hao, tvx and l'awnuo 1 rlhcu. Aifo
the lli a'lliii and Accouj
ttbc flrf t boru.)
Will Appear at Kach Performance and in tho
Ktrr. t I'aradi) ti.arjO Vocal aud lnirn-
III' hi Hi Mul' HI I Hill l.jr Mr J nil)
Kutieaud Mios I.olo I'ullur.
TRICK DONKEY, JERKY.
MR. FRANK THOMPSON.
TheCircat Coronet Sulolft.
Military Brass Band and Orchestra.
Look out for the (irand Stru.-t I'aradu.
Stat" for tali; at Ha-tina-iV Popular Price: 75c.,
rc.and iK-. No ('harire for tvt rved nam.
Hon Win F. Cody Proprietor and Manawr
.limb. E. Utfcdn Hu.lnran Manager
Ormatid U.llutlrr tii-unral Ancut
JAMES KE LCI I & CO.
T. (JKROULl) AND
C. I N I W L AND.'
AND GAS FITTERS,
DRIVE WELLS, FORCE AND
LIFT PUMPS Fl'itNlSHKI) AND PUT
LP IN A WORKMANLIKE
MANNER, (tAS FIX
TUKES Of all k n N furnlhn t to order, o'd fixtures r
broiiMd; Jiihldn promptly ununited to. Orders
roculvud at D.tuinl II n tmaa'a or at tho (hop,
COMMERCIAL AVEM'E BETWEEN
NINBTH AND TENTH 8TUEET3,
CAIRO .... ILLS.
FLO UK- GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
HlsrhMt Cauli Price Paid for Wheat.
Matmfiicturor and Doalor In
Rth Struct, nulwuon Com'l Avo. d Uvou.
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ALL KINDS OF AMUN1TION.
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