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Mr. R. KirZ(iKRl,l) authorize, in to an
nouuno him ii cun'l.il-ilu for re-election ti thu
olllcu o( Coroner of Alexander county ut tUu com
I on Novtnn'iur eluctloii.
m iio.ii. i;rt:u'NrNOKNT.
Wu Krenn"i'ri.i!'l t, in I'm lint Mr. P. A
Taylor ih an lu lujuni'lent candid alii 'or re-i lection
ti llm (dido of luarity mi pei I ut 'njt; n t of titii:lc li.
DtriictluiM, milijoet lu Hie d icwlou ol the voters ol'
thu cuii nly ,
Me Hr.iiiiii!iiiriz,., to aiinoiiiini Hut Mr L. (!
UIIIU ut Tli"l', 1. a rmnliilHlu fur lliu offl -o of
County suii-rl-ituii'lout of School, ttiu eusuititr
cu NTr i;i,KRn
V .' sr.: author X : I In .nil u cc. Mr. SA V?IJ.
ft I. J. Ill MM will In- mi ImUtufiiilciii cmdiilali!
tor the olllcu of County t'lc k at lueconilUK Novem
ber election. 5
nutlcri. d o aiiuom.co iUt THOMAS
ni H"1.'"' I'lr't. a 1 ii i lute lor the
oukvur Count CouiuU ioncr ut tV uu.iili.g No
W.- a-e au'ti r. ..:(! to atn.i: Hut Mr. J. I ML'I..
CAIIKV. u Co numi-clal r Int. whl neacahitl
O ili! lor i. 'm il,' (..'oinml-moni-r at tiiu cumiilk Na-
VdllCjtT tl Ji.tilCl.
ir it i'Ii jiiz'i l ii a'.,, iiin,-,. tnt it n
Ii.IUMvi, .il'.lj.rjxi! c m it v, ii (vuidiilalu
for 1-lnr t nl'-i t iini.i i.'onri In i&n l'onr'.a
Divlni ii 'if I: iu im. mi'ijuct to lliu (inrtoion of a
I.OIIVI-UI I'lll Ol I :i" Id
Wi xr 1'i'ii it','; I .) a:inoiuo'
lli'l'.;i ii -m i! -,. f,,r -,h..ry
:' r icrw.s.
1.1. H:i',:uhi : '. hm-hiju jiiip i rny nam a the
candi !(. of the poop! j .,r Him otlk" of Ciiiiutv
..'.'.'fe . ,h': -oviniW cl',;tion, Jl'ifr.H H
-'.i'n- 1 , f uu,.uit .- tii iitiuo ol
a 1. 1 1 ,Vii.i, .i a ,; in.inU f.r ii.? o'l
o) ;. -I'l'li'- of AI..-ID v-rco'i'iir
'X-.tr. i itlo' i.i- I l ui.iImjiii i .1 in'lro J)HN"
II. lijm.SV) h i an iii'loi-rvicnt rau'dato for
Co'.i'v .1 i.i itti'i r ,nin.' N if-ia ) c,.. tt.m.
'o'-srr t ni'iirii
J if.'' 1 lo .l:.li i.n M.. tlU "'
'. a I! '. r !( in in l pvndfiit i" m 1 . 1 a, e for trpn
' n'i "' 'i .-Ivf ' " .uti- at tbf cooitu Novum tr
i'. ! 'HI.
LLiNOlS CENTRAL Ii. K.
Shortest ami Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Th'j Onlv Line Running
9 DAILY TRAINS
Making Direct Connkction
Tkaik I.4V C a:io:
a.t ).' ii in. Mftil.
Arrtvii-i: to t. I.ui ' ' t'Uij;o.3ii p.m.;
('( M,i c.ini; at Uiiui am! fcf..'iirtuitu for i.'iricii -Ukll,
l.imiMilf. ii' tlaria;oiif and V Ett
1 1 : n.ii.. St. liOniH iiikI WVhlcrii
Amvint it it. !..?: p. m.,' and com.-ct'iji
fur a:l point, -!.
3 5n p.m. Ft Kxprfws
tnrHt. l.ouln and t li'.f a,'o, arrlvitur at St. LoiiU
10:)" m . b i.i C'tir-irio T ii a in
M SO i in. ini innnt i IC.s pres.
Arrlvii. at 'lnr irn a.il T A a.m.; l.oui.fiile 6;'5
a m.; I r.UMi;r.;j:iif :''! .ra. I'ao-vnrr hy
tl.;i train niirti the !xive point 1 ii to 3d
ll'il'i lu n'iviinci; of any other roi.l.
. iM-'i i . n r i p. m. cxprof ha PULLMAN
tl F.l'lti CAH Cairo to CincinnftM, witho'it
cli'ii'k.-' '-id thtough dfvppra to St l.oui a:.'l
Vifil Tirno i:;i:-t.
P.ji.ixvi.tsi '.' thi line tfottiM-ii to Kan
J n..t liJ!,l.iS rru points witlKiut Any deiay
caused hv S-iii'ltv liiti'fvpn'.ns. Thi' Saturday if:er
noun train frouU airo arra In new Yo'k Mouday
uorniiiij at 1::'. Tlilrty-mx hours ic advanccof
bv (itl.i-r route ,
t-,y-Kortlirnii.h tukit" and fu'thiT lBf.-rm;iUoL,
i-inv at irinoif Contra Umlroad Drpot.t alr.
" ,1 11. JO.SES, Tii-Ktt Affxiil.
A.M. llASSoN, iou. I'aa. Aiiunt. Chlc'.o
UKl'OUT or TUB 1'UNMTI'N
C1T V NAT I OX A E, 13 VNK
al Cairo, In the State ot Illinois, at tue ricr of
October 3rd, 182.
I.oaua nud dlacount
k i ;a.TS 13
U.H. bouiU to KCtliiB l iri ula
U. S. bond" on hainl
Other atoi ks, hondif uud inuri-
Itlu from iipproved recorvi:
Due from oIImt National bunk" 1",1.m
riun irmn Kiniii lnuiks and
bankiTi mi 40
Ui-ai oatiiti'i furuiliiro anil tlx
turi'B Currcn! cspjiiaca and tuxca
Prullllll inn lllllll
:liiTkH and other ralill'iiti , 5 3,M .4
Illlla of other Bunk -J t . 1 1 H (Ml
rriulloiinl pupcr cuneiicy,
nli kolBund iiHUiile '' w
(iold 8ir,94! iki
Ktin'r... litiM OO-'il.TWUHi
I,irul IViidrr nol.'H lwfw 01 - V'.Oil
Hi'di'iiiptlon fund wilh I". S-
Tot a 1 " TH--',0Ti'5
Capital atork paid in
a iim.non 00
Mlrpiui" l imn
tnir, t...n..i,lii,il itimonlla HIlliliTt to
chuck SI.U1M M
nimiiindrcrllUcHlnHofdupoHll, ll.filis 8')
Diip to other NiiHotiiil hunk., a3 4:t
Dim to hlnte hanks mi'i
baukew . .. 4B.B74 W-WW
TnTAt ; ; ITIB,irM
Blaliiol llllnola. county of Alexander. i.
l.ThoH. V. IlidlldiiY, CadiliTf thu abova named
tiaiik, do Kolemuly swoar tbat Iho aho.n nintouieiit
ta true to the heal of my knowletlK' "u twWl.
Tnoa. W. Ualmdav. CiiMlner.
Hiiliacrthod and awotn to bolore uio thla Hill day
of (let, ihk2. M. J. HowLEt, Notary public.
II. n. CtmNiNauaat, 1 ,
O. D. WauAMioN, VDIrecton:
II. 11. Canukh, )
VV. ? Umhiiin, river eitlturuf I'ng Bulletih
and aicanoon, pttMuir a-nt. Ordurs for nil
kinds of steamboat J h pnuU'iir sollc.ltotl. OiDce
at Ilowu European Hotel. No. 73 Olilo levee.
ST AU KS OK TUB IUVKH.
Hit' nvnr rnarkf; J by dm guuyo last
evening ut tliiH port, 8 ti.ft 1 inches
rittlju Od. 21 -fl ji. m River 11 feef
cinriiititti, (Jot. 21-0 p. ut. River 7
feet 5 inches buJ stationery.
LioiUville, Oct. 2ii) p. m RiTtr
I'eet 10 iuclics Hti'i rising,
.N ihiiviiic, (),:f. 21 -fl p.m. Uivcr 1 foot
8 mchujiju'i stationery.-
St. L.JUis, Oct. 21 0 p. m. River 10 feet
1 inches uud rising.
The OiiM-d Rule left Cincinmti for New
Orlenu? 1 i't evrnin.
The IIuJvio will leave iioro early this
Uioniiiii'f.jr St. L'.uis.
Weather li;ht ami plnasmit ycstcrflay,
bUeill'.ai o,i,,ii ,,q tljq w l irf.
TbeJi'hu A. Hrinsfupl hii(ii;ni)i! on the
ways at IVJueth for repairing.
iii.iuy W "'fiiij 'i iiiim'j'r 1 ?t-nnl.it
clerk 19 now ou thu Fn'inio Tutum.
The City of Ilelt '114 piMi'l (1 uvd lor
Memphis Nut niht with a good trip.
dpt. Will Ilatubleton was in towu agaia
ytbtenlay. He seems to like Cairo about
as wcil as he docs .Mminii city.
The Ste. Geni'v'n-vo from Memp'iis
ptts-ed up for St. Emia tt noou yeateiday
with a go I prtP;.-n ;;er trip, but liht
The Faniiie Talua! from t Louis arrive.)
at 1 p. m. yi'vttrrlsy with a fine trip for
Helena. She will load with cottou thens for
The W. T. HrXMy f. ,r St Louis, on
her way up from New Orleans arrived here
yestenKy morniDg at daylight, aul de-
pirie 1 iu a few minute.
dpt. Conway of th Fannie Tatum left
iy r ii( las: evein I jt Cincinnati on busi-
ue.-s. Ci't. m. JloCuliough will pre
sirfe in his plate iluring his abort abwnce
IV mi the boat.
Tin. J.- vy. omr Irn il.-Uiilria lust nl'llt
for Cincinnati hnd w-iil oppt.r hfn. ...
uy evei in. rawtngeM c,,intf WP
Ohio can procure tickets trom W. F. Ltiub-
liti, A'.-fiit, otHce 12 0:ii levee.
The 15eilj of Shreveport frjiu St. Louis
arrived last evening at 3:30. She had a
line trip and received all the lreight ehe
could take on tho preseut stages ot water.
lepariid for New Orieaua this morning.
We were misinformed in regard to the
Fuunio 1'aiuiu giing to Nev O.leanj from
Helena with a load ut Co. ton. Capt.Cou
wav reiiuests us to stale that thu Tutum
wilt teiurufioiu Helena fur St. Louis, us
soon as she discharges her cargo.
The Gus Fowler, the peoples favorite
daily packet from here to Paducah will
lay over to-d iy, but leaves I'aducau Hon
da) morning at 5 a. m. sharp for Cairo.
Captain II. E Taylor is her genial and
popular chii'f. Misi Jobes and Marshall
the efficient clerks, dispatch the- business
of the'ofljoe with speed and correctness.
The new and beautiful steamer S. H.
ranisot arrived here last evening at 5
o'clock. She was built expressing for the
lower trade ou th Mitsissippi and has a
capacity for carrying 7,000 bales of cotton.
Her cabin is tarty and very neat, She has
23 inch cylinders, 7 feet stroke, four steel
boilers. She was builed at JeiTersjnville by
the Howards, it is thought she will be very
The Will Kyle from New Orleans ar
rived yesterday morning at 11 o'clock. She
had about 400 tons of freight and drawing
4 feet of water. Slid took a barge in tow
from herd whieh will cmblo nor to go
through on three feet of water, but ns the
tributaries of the Ohio all above Cincin
nati are reported rising with general raius.
She will eucouutur no trouble betwoeu hnro
Four Lives Saved.
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup relieved four
of my children of a most, alarming attack
of Whooping Cough, from which their
throats and necks became so swollen as to
preveut trom swallowing. Nothing would
given them even temporary relief, until this
Syrup was tried. One bottle, in one night,
saved their lives, I verily believe
Geo. W. Earu.wt,
Captain of Police, Baltimore, Md.
It matters not the ago of sufferers from
colds, coughs or croup, " Dr, Sellers' Cough
Syrup is good lor all alike, price 23 cents
Astt your physician and be will toll you
that for all the elements which givo health,
atrensth aud viiror to tho system, there is
nothinir butter than tmre malt. Only tho
purest malt ii used in the preparation of
Hops aud Malt Bilters.
Ladies and sickly eirls requiring a non
alcoholic, gentle stimulant will Arid Brown'
Iron Bitters beneficial.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 22. 1882.
MEN WOMEN AND B00K9.
fcuiiliu i.k TI1K IKTEHE8T OK TUB CAIUO
Tho scene of Mr. Howell's story, "A
Modern Instance," is in Fryuburg, Me.,
aI.-.II . ... .. .
uieoiet town in which Oaniel Webuler once
taught for f350 a year.
"Mrs. Ilaweis has prepared a little volume
on "U'Jhutiful IIou.es," in which she de
scribes many artistic houses in England
famous for their luxurioin decorations.
James O. Taylor has a commission for a
large water-color from General Sherman
It is to show the passage of the Vicksburg
butteries by ti e fleet of guuboata under
Torter in 1803. Another water-proof by
Mr. Taylor u in the office of the General of
the Army in Washington. It "J.vea.
view of the crowing of thu Big Black Riv
er by the division of General Blair in May
of toe same year.
An excellent article, entitled "Hand
work in Public Schools," by Charles G.
Leland, is given la the October nutaler of
THE POETKT OK K'VKEiTI.
Krotu tlia Hrltleu 'iurtcriy Review
The spring of 1882 will be memorable
tor the deaths of two poets who in very dif
ferent ways exercised a potent intiip nee
ou tt,f literature ot the aire. Within u
month Longfellow was followed Rus-
ectti. The two men were iu stron run.
trist to each other; the one the poet of the
multitu Je, the other the inspired singi 1 of
the few; the one a lover of popularity, eisy
of access, nleaacd w itb the admiring .,7(.
of tourists, the other retired, shrining
from the rough criticism ot the common
herd,- aceescibl'i only to a few kiodred
spirits, a hater of broad daylight; the one
a teacher of all that is good and pure ami
eiuiple, with a natural sympathy and af
finity for the domestic and the common
plice in lifo and liteiature, the other the
high-priest of a cult which In its historical
aip?ct is both venerable and beautiful, but
which in its relation to modem life, to
th iSu of us at least who are not angel?, "is
Ladies hav'i from early days been the
iAtrouH and em oiiragt rs of ceramic ai t
Catherine d Medicis took Bernard Palis
ty tinier her protection, established him
at Paris when driven by persecution from
Saintes, give hiin a 6ite tor his workshop
on the r-rnnr,.'- - ; . . .
dernot the Tuilenes, and often ynmed
him at his work. Maria Theresa was the
pa'ron of the Vienua manufactory, and j
expended large sums upon its improve-
uvnt. Mad itue de Pompadour took an
eager interest in ceramics, aud hrst sug-
. . x-i . 1 i :
gestedtott.e King, uua, uie pjuey
of istabliahitig po;cela,n maiHilHclure in
France, iu order t j sve the large sums
which left tlic king loin for the purchase
of Scx.m ware. Cons-.-queutly we owe the
exquisite porcelain of sevrts priucipilly
to her inll'Jetice. file E .11 press, Eliztbcth
of Russia purclnsed and crried ou porce
lain works near St. Petersburg. Qufcn
Charlotte was a patron of Wedgwood, 01
dered fiom him a complete tabic service,
appointed biui her owu potter, and desired
that his "crjam waie" should heucefurtb
be known as "Quoen's ware."
THE LIFE Or JONATHAN SWIFT.
The latest addition to the "English Men
of Letters" series is a lilo of Jonathan
Swift, by Leslie Stephen. This bio-raphy,
although coudensed, is comprehensive and
gives a good account of the meaus by
which the ecceutric and unhappy mau of
genius advanced from the humble situation
of private- secretary to a position ot com
mantling influence among the greattst
men of his time. The view taken by this
author of the character of the Dean of St.
Patrick's is more fuvorublo than his bi
ographers and critics have been wont to
adopt,yet we see no reason to doubt its aub
stiiutif.l accuracy, switt was a tiriu wnoiu
erratic ways and boldly intiiinllies mi
dered it easy to uit.-judgc. In religion,
although a priest, ho was a in ist nuclei ical
clergyman, aud more ambitious of political
proferment than anxious to wear a mitre
Yet was ho a sincere hater of affections
and of wrongs, generous iu his friendship!1.
aud charitable when bo had anything to
give. So far as wo cau judge, his life was
strictly moral and his expenditures of
money were uevnr for his own be.iietus.
Ho wa proud ot tlu R;.crod Calling he had
adopted, yet never mad any display of his
professional character. "He wished to bo
accepted as a man of the world and of
business. He despised the unpractical and
visionary typo, and the kind of religious
utterance congenial to men of that type was
abhorrent to him. At once tho proudest
and most sousitive of meu, it was his im
poiative instinct to hldo his emotions ns
much as possible. Iu cases of great ex
citemeut lie retired into sotno secluded
corner whore, if he was forced to feel, ho
could be sure 0 hidmfi bis feelings. lie
always uiHsked his strongest passions uudor
some Ironical veil, and then practiced what
his ftieuds regarded as tin inverted hypo
crisy. Delany told us that lie staye d fit
six months in Swift's house before discover '
"ig that the Deans always read prayers to
his servants at a fixed hour in private.
Mr. Stephen's work has been prepared
with rare literary skill and excellent judg ment.
In discussing the incidents and
features in Swift's life which havo provoke.!
speculation his relations to Stella and
Vancs.su for instance ho has confined him
selr' to statements ol facts, leaving readers
b form their own opinions. Thackeray
undi-itool; to tear Swift to i.i.'ccs without
mercy and without judgment. Mr. Stephen
uses bo h qualities, and will bo found
mth h more reasonable and satistactorv.
and pn.btbly nearer correct than tho dis
tinguished author of "English Humorists."
For thu Sunday MuJetiu.
NEW YORK LETTER.
The fail season hero bus opened nctively
in all branches of business, u'no building's
are rapidly going up both in- New York
and Brooklyn, the latter city has improved
wonderiully ui tho last seven years, blocks
ol tine houses havo been built and rented
before they are finished, the city has in
creased in population 8 ) rapidly, it now
stands third in the union. Thu NW
York and Brooklyn bridge has not yet been
completed, thi immense stiucmre in a
grand work of incchuuicism. Tho biigde is
four thousand feet long, an 1 from the sur-f-ce.
of the river to thv top of the tower, it
is tw a hundred an 1 tliirlu
1, and one hundred and t ,v.ni j-- live
the floor of the bridge. There are four tow
ers supporting four cables, which are over
two feet iu circumference and composed of
over seven thousand wires in each cable
bound together. Biforo tho floor was built
iiien inn over these cables in mid-uir like.
eo many sqniriuli, carrying telephono
During the last Uo weeks, m my of the
lare houses liavo had their tall opeuiug.
The dress goods, cloaks aud miliinorv dia-
lajed ato unusually huudsonic and showy.
Diess patterns of olaiu odors vrv li .n l.
jiuely embroidered in the same co.or.
Some of tnse goods arj elegant embioid-
tr'iJ in oiuutal colors, these patterns range
trom tiuty-five to seventy-five dollars each.
EmbusHed velvetf, brocaded sitics aud
rich pluids, inc. much worn.
In cloaks, c lehmure dolmans trimmed
in friuge to match are made of material
manufactur-d for iheiu and not of camel's
hair shawls-he wy ribbed cUh trimmed
iu plush or fur, lined with gun ted or punted
aks will btj worn redingoltr s act Ul
sters in dark green or grey, trimmed in
pinked double nc.x, plaited, rnchirg i
the sttiu nre very p M illar.
Close fitting capotes composed of a uiil-s
of jet and red roses or immense velvet-
flowcrs tike tne lead iu milliney large
leavers and felt hats trimmed ih huge
birds r v' rich plume, turbans with plush
or velvet r ii.! uee.. raiou wun jei-vings
wi".l be worn. For th : winter also, lare
Hating V'aver bonnets in tern-cottn or
grey, with the edge trimmed in lur will be
For school L'irls aud littL-children the
"Tam-a sh uita" hat is "all tho rage." This
is a sort of a scotch turban, crochtcd in halt
stitch, of red or navy blue double zephzr,
with a very broad crown surmountc l by a
pon-pon. The soft lull's and rnehiugs lor
the neck nro again worn, they are ma le
very full of four box plaited lows of lace,
two turned each way.
"Mother Hubbard " cloaks aud diess are
worn for infants and young children, tticy
are made of blue or grey cash me re or black
velvet with shirred sleeves to fit the
wrist. 1 irrel dresses also are very popu
lar with immense wide lace collars. Long
terra cotta kid gloves are very stylish and
worn outside the dress sleeves, this color is
of a piukialt bio a h.
A new line of biHiness has beeu opened
here, homes that deal exclusively
infancy card., pal :ltefl, placqiies, etc. Tiio
advertising curds are dispensed with. The
merchant's present each customer who nur-
chases twentv live cents worth or over with
a placquo, aud ho who gives uie naiu-
. ., , . , I I
sotuest aim most uuiquo receives tne rusu
...... . ... 1.
Thu principal avenues of New York at
night sparkle with brilliancy fiom the
electric limits, and almost rivals I he day-
light, but this light partakes to us s"iiio-
u'lo.t ,.r n icoonl n.itioo. A r.nv davs mm
. . .... -,,
a workman was sitting on one ol the olec-
trie poles repairing a wire; it ih supposed
ho foii-ot and irnisnod the wire, the shock
imssing through his body cunning instant
' . " ... ...
dealh, the bones of his hand were holding
the wire, too Ib'sli Having iiucn torn iroin
la Thi U a
, , 111.1.
has lo pay il jar to beiiclit tue masses.
Tho New Yorker's have all returned from
the mountains and sea side and tho theatres
duces of amusements are thrown open
to the public.
Burnell's iniiseum at present has quito
au attraction iu the persons of thu Ford
the Museum, it is supposed to satisfy her-
solf of tho Idoutity of the brothers, out m
though hoavilv veilod she was instantly re
eoLMiixcd bv onn of tlmm who sooko to the
- - t -
policeman by his side, but sho was too
quick fi r them ; sho sprang into a carriage
in waiting and was driven rapidly away.
The brothers naturally, feel uneasy and
requested their seats to be moved farther
from the entrance.
President Arthur passed through hero
this week, enroute for Washington from
Alexander Bay, where he has been resting
a short time Detective Ilickey arrested
ft young man by the name of Butler who
stated ho wanted to shoot tho President for
some fancied slight; tho young mau was
held f.r examination as to his sanity.
The Press has been very severe this week
on Henry Ward Beecher for introducing
politics into his pulpit and criticising sev
eral nllice holders. Ve visited Dr. Tal-
madges tabernacle ou Sunday cviiuin, he
delivered a forcible sermon from Isaiah
in, mil. lye looked in wonder at the
sea of faeos boforo us, who seemed to be
held spell-bound by this rather common
place looking man with an effeminate voice.
We questioned to ourselves, wherein lioth
tho powers to draw such a concourse of peo
ple? We wore auswercd before the meet
ing closed, by his manner of conducting
tho services, and by taking hold of the
veiy hc.'irt-striogs of his hearer. This
largo udilico has a seating capacity fur five
thousand with standing room for many
ni 'te; on Sunday evening every seat Was
'ceupied and many standing. The taler
inch, i.-t built in tne exact Imm of tho in
terior il tin; Cairo Open IIuiho but ' very
much laigei. It i lighted by live immense
clnnilidi"rs with smaller ones closn tj 4ho
wall, tho whoi.j burning sixteen hundred
g iJ 'ts. The l-ge grand oigtu occupies
the eutire frout of the church bolund the
pi.iti'otm uud h is ono hundred aud fifty
pipes; it is forty feet high, sumi Hinted in
th" centre by a brilliant star composed of
hi $7 gas j-j's, rite scivici-H were opened
wi;ii Hie h autiful hymn, "P-nsma not, oh
11 le Saviour" and closed with "Hold the
F"H." There is no choir, but when the
grand organ I teals forth, the vast audience
is 1-d by a in-nUetuui who steps to the
fr.-nt with a silver cornet it'id with a wave
f lm hand, the words a e sing as witb
me voice ami ilu harmony is perfect,
riie'cycliinn which was promised for
het.'. has slighted N. York, and the press
thinks it has gone down to the soa by the
St. Lawrence, instead of the Erie canal and
the Trunk lines in accordance with loyal
Canadian habit. M U1,:i,-
GOOD HEADING Foil THOUGH Ti'tL
SUOU1.U BE CAUEFULI.y HEAD THAT OORHECT
COM'Ll'SIONS MAY UE AKKIVED AT.
l'Al'L G. SCUT II,
l)i. vk Silt: Recognizing tho fact t hut
there is 10 a certain extent, a mutual depen-
dency-extfting bet.veen the professions of
phaii.i '.... : :o Jiciue, and teehng that a
bettor umiiMbi. 01 ling ot the function and
duties of the two profession should lie re-
cogtiize'd aul adhered to, we, of the medi
cal profession of Cai'o, object to the fre
nueiit habit of diug 'ists ot this citv, of
utilising diseases and prescribing inedi-
ernes, lortne toiio'.ving reasons :
1 i . t r it
First. The science of pharmacy does
not include a kuowledgo of the science of
Second. You arc violating tho medical
practice act, by so doing, aud robbing the
physician of their leiretimato business.
Third. 10U nro practising deception
upon the sick; therefore we ask you to ad
here to tho law governing the practice of
Another grievance tp which we respect;
fully ask your attention, is the matter of
refilling prescriptions without authority ol
the physicians who have wnten them. The
above practice in injurious to both patient
uid physicians; tho patient olten sullenng
trom the ellects of improper medicine, and
ihe physician because bo is practically
held responsible for tho action of the medi
cine hit did not prescribe.
Au du wo hold that the original owner
of the prescription loses bis ownership in
the same, ns soon as it is onco filled and
placed on tile, and that ho has no right to
demand that it bo. taken trom tne tile and
refllled.oxcopt by the order of the pro.
nn.! It! m. w i-uloi n it a vt thnrtimrn
I PI IM MIL. lMiJIjlHHD. 'IV aii-v-iw
. ,. ,. , ,mictjce.
After duo deliberation, we the under
signed tii"tnbers of tho "Medical Associa
tion of Cairo" have resolved not to patron
ize directly or ludirectly, any druggist,
who shall after this date, be known to pre
gcrj,0 fnr anyone requiring tho services of
a physiciau, or who shall refill or duplicate
prescriptions witnout inn written or veruai
authority of the physician. Uospecttully,
, , Q S,LuviN, V. P.
g. G. Paiikeii, Sicc'v. J. J. Oohdon. J. II.
Bhyant. C. V. Dusnifu. D. II. Pabkeu
J. ri. Pethie.
I To Ihil 111 111 I r. t
Although the above resolutions speak for
themselves, ami hiinougu nny unprejuuicoo
in'rftoii can readily lead botwooa tho linos
t .oro motives itrumntinc tbe Cairo Mod-
ical Association to issue such a procloma-
(i . t i'(..,i ijke making a few remarks:
I. for mv nart. do not know that I have
been deceiving the public during the last
coutsry( t wln try, in the
fiitiiro. as I have in tho nast. to mind my
,nVn business aud attend to the wants of
my patrons to the best of my ability. I
jm, 0V(,ry who klmiiy fttVOr( me witn
- ,)0ir CRi8, Kospectluliy,
- . Paul 0. Schoh.
health and avoid sickness.
Instead of feeling tired and
worn out, instead of aches
and pains, wouldn't you
rather feel fresh and strong?
You can continue feeling
miserable and good for no
thing, and no one but your
self can find fault, but if you
are tired of that kind of life,
you can change it if you
How? By getting one
bottle of Brown' Iron Bit
ters, and taking it regularly
according to directions.
Mansfield, Ohio, Nov. aS, 1881.
Gentlemen: I hav suffered with
pain in my tide and back, and great
aorene.a on my breast, with shoot
lug pams all through my body, at
tended with great weaknesi, depret
aion of apinta. and losa of appa.
tite. I have taken several different
tnedlcinea, and was treated by prom.
Inent physicians for my liver, kid.
tieys, and ipleen.but I got no relief.
I thought 1 would try brown's Iron
Hitlers; I havenowtakenonebottle
and a half and am about well pain
in side and back all gone sorenesa
U out of my breast, and I have a
good appetite, and am gaining in
strength and flesh. It can justly be
callad VtokiHgo mtdicints.
John K. Allender.
Brown's Iron Bitters is
composed of Iron in soluble
form; Cinchona the great
tonic, together with other
standard remedies, making
a remarkable non-alcoholic
tonic, which will cure Dys
pepsia, Indigestion, Malaria,
Weakness, and relieve all
.Lung and.Kidney diseases.
QEORGE H. LEACH, M. D.
Special attention paid lo the .'0 neop ithlc iraat
niHUt at mimical (li.sn.on. HI,,t riia.eea of women
Officer On 14th 1 trout, oppiwlia the Poet Office.
JOHN JOHNSON & GO'S
s a l 0 0 N.
Late Koehler's, on Eighth Street.
Ca'iforii.ft Win'!?, CUa-a ol ovorv choice brand
and Liquors of all tluda always ou baud. Cualom
Coiumt'R'ial Avenno ami Eighth Street
K. BUOSS. VriiSident.
U. WliLbS, Cashier.
V. NiCFr", Vie Prea'nt
T. Kerth, Aat't cash
K. Biona Ca'ro I Wlllliftn Kmlo. .Cairo
I'etcrNell " William Wolf.... "
C, M Ofierloh " letter "
1. A Uudor " I H. We'la
J. Y. Cloin'on, t'alo'loula.
AOBNKKA'. n.VSKIMl UL'SISKHS DONE.
Bxrliatn:'! 'old and Uomtht. Intrmt paid ll
thu Mavlntj. Dopartinuiii. Colleottoua made and
ail hunliioKs pmiuiillv aiiuuaed to.
fjMIR CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Ot Cairn, tlliiioi.
ri onto t.uv.ii;.
A tn'noral Biiuking business
TllOS. AW IIAliL.IU.tVV.
JNTKHlMilUII SAVING HANK.
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
TIIOS. W. II Alia DAY,