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THE DAILY BULLETIN
OFFICK: NO. 7U OHIO LKVEE.
F.ST I. UK I) AT TI1R CAIRO I'OSTOFFICK KOll
TRANSMISSION TIIROUOllTHK MAIM AT PEC
OND CLASS HATES.
OFlOiAL PAPKR OK CITY AND COUNTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Nit!. j .ij una column, cignt centu por line for
Ami Hint Ova ennta per lino each ealwrxjueut luaor
tiou. K.ir out) wuk. McoMg per tine. For one
11 otilh, (in cunt pur line.
Eloctro Vapor ami Melicatwl Itoth,
a sure cure f.ir Chills aud Fever, Rheuma
tism, Catarrh, Neuralgia, aud all skin dis
eases and blood poisons.
I will t'ivn Medicated Hattis on Wednes
days and Saturdays. Room over Taber's.
W. H. Maiiean, M.D.
Tho correspondence below is published
iu order that the public ruay understand
our position in -the matter i)f prescibing
and refilling indiscriminately tho prescrip
tions t-n our files. We will only add, that
if the uiombors of tho medical profession of
Cairo can be bought our business and
social relations with t'leni have never
developed the fact. Respectfully,
October lOtli, 1882.
Cairo, III,., Sept. 21, 1882.
Mt'Rsrs. Barclay Bro.,
Oii.NTLtMKs : Recognizing the .fact that
there is to a certain extent a mutual de
pendency existing between the professions
of pharmacy and medicine, and feeling
that a better understanding of the functions
and duties of the two professions should
be recognized and adhered to, we of the
Inedical profession ot Cairo, nhiwr to. tV.n
frequent habit of druggists of this city, of
niagnosing diseases and prescribing medi-
tiuKs.ior mo louowing reasons:
First The science of pharmacy does not
include a knowledge of 'the science ol med
icine. SecondYour violating the 'Medical
Practice Act-' by so doing aud rubbing the
physicians of their legitimate business.
Third You arc practicing deception
upon the sick ; therefore we ask you to ad
here to tho law covering the practice of
Another grievance to which wo respect
fully ask j our attention, is the matter of re
filling piescriptious without the authority
of the physicians who have written them.
The abovo practice is injurious to both
patient and physician; the patieut often
suffering from tho effects of improper medi.
cine, and tho physician because ho is prac
held responsible for tho action of medicine
he did not prescribe.
Acain, we hold that the original owner
of the prescription iosei bis ownership as
soon as it is onco filled and placed on
file, aud thut ho has no rirlir hi rlemnnrl
that it bo taken from the file, and be relilled
except on the order of the prescribing phy
sician. We therefore ask you to discontinue
After due deliberation, wo tho under
signed members of tho Medical Associa
tion of Cairo have resolvod uot 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 tho verbal or written
authority of tho physician. Respectfully,
W. R. Smith, Pres. J. C. Sullivan, V. P.
G. 0. Parker, Sec'y. J. J. Gordon, J. II.
llRVANT, C. W. DUNMNU, I). II. PaHKKR,
J. S. Pt TIE.
I COI'Y. I
Cairo, Ills., Sept. 30, 12.
Dr. O.G. Parker. Soc'v:
Dear Sir We bave your favor of 27th
inst. covering proceedings of "The Medical
Association of Cairo" relative to the "habit
of druggists" diagnot-ing and prescribing,
and the refilling of prescriptions. In re
gard to tho former we heartily concur in
the itasous set foith and have always de
precated the "habit." Still emergencies
may arise when humanity would dictate a
violation of the strict letter of a law, and
we feel assured that your society will ap
prove of any acts of ours under tmch cir
cumstances. While approving also tho suggestion in
regard to refilling presumptions and assur
ing your society of our pin pose to comply
with its request, still case? may aris5 when
wo must exercise somo discretion. Iu all
such instances, however, wo hio peifuctly
willing to notify the pbysiciau.
We would respectfully suggest that as
this is an innovation upon uu old estab
lished custom in this city, your society or
its members acquaint your patrous and the
public of tho change, thereby sharing with
us the tank of pacifying those who do not
understand or appreciate the situation.
2t Barclay Bros.
go to DeBaun's, 50 Ohio Jevee.
Wanted Men and Teams.
Five humlrud Btution men and 200 good
scraper teams on Kaunas City, Springfield
and Memphis railroad. Material is a mix
ture of clay aud sand. Price of station
work, 13 to IGc per yard; teams, gl.00 per
day; teamsters, per mouth and board;
dy laborers, il.75 per day. Apply to P.
Mockler, Railroad House, Commercial ave
nue, between 4th aud (i;h, Cairo, HI., or to
Bktiicsk, Smith & Co., Contractors,
Post office, Jonesbo, Ark.
at DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
Sproat'H Retail Ice Box.
Cousumem of ice arc notified that for
their convenience I have built a largo Ice
box on Eighth street in Cunditfs store where
ice in anv quantity can at all times be ob
tained. My customers will remember that
their tickets will bo punched at this stand
just the same as by drivers of wagons, tf.
Out of the tiro, cor. of 8th and Levee, my
icehouse aud ofuco is At present at tho
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, No
tween 8th and Oth streets. Orders will bo
filled BRino as usual, both wholesale and
retail. Wagons supply regularly every day.
Don't tail to stop at Joe Roneke'rs
Post Olllco saloon for refreshments ol tho
best sort. 1 mo.
Receipt books, Cairo date lino, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured aid fbr sale at the Cairo Bulletin
Mr. Joseph Ronoker is now established
in his new quarters tit tho corner of Four
teenth street and Washington avenue, and
invites his friends b call on hnn. Imo.
Mr. John A. Bower has made some im
portant Improvements in his s iloon at tho
corner of Twelfth street and Washington
avenue. In the ante room ho has partitioned
off a comer for a kitchen, from which
eatables of every description will bo fur
nished upon shoit notice at almost every
hour of tho dny or night. lw
New Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Tenth street. All
manner of lil.icknuitbinjr and wagon work
dono to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work douo promptly. tf
50a. per Can,
Extra Selects, at DeRauu's.
A Fine Bather Shoi).
Win. Alba, on Commercial avenue, has
the most extensive and nsfine an equipped
barber simp as can bo found in Buy city.
His employes are ousters iu the trade,
whose razors are always smooth nud keen.
His establishment h bugo enough to
meet any domaud upon it without any tire
some waitiug; and Irs patrous go away
pleased with him themselves ami bis work
Give him a trial.
iu market at DeBaun's 5U Ohio levee.
Use Tiik Cairo Bulletin perforated
cratch -book, made of calendered jute
manilla, equally good for ink or pencil. For
sale, in three sizes, at the office. No. 2 and
'i. live and ten cents each by tho single one,
by the dozen. Fpr-cial discount on gross
lots to the trade. .
Tho Post Office saloon by Joe Roneker
is one of the coolest, quietest, neatest and
best supplied resorts in the city. Imo.
oOc. per Can,
Extra Selects, at DeB iuu's.
Old Machinery Castings "Wauled
at Reuuie's new foundry for which the
highest prices will bo paid in cash.
Call at No. 03 Ohio Levee.
tt John T. Rex.nie.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In tht coimmm, "in enma unr line.
.ph limnrtlnn unci whether marked or not. if cairn-
I .tod to fowa-d nny nun's biisiu.a hiti-ront are
si way t paid fur.
All wool, double width cishm' re, 50c. per
yard W. E. G unison's. It
Finest lot of window curtains in the
city at Jell'. Clark's. tf
Mr. Win. Hunter, who is running a saw
mill in Scott county, Mo., is in cityou avis
it to relatives.
Mrs. Harvey Robinson, of Memphis, is
in the city visiting her patents, Mr. and
Mrs. W.1I. Schutter.
A big boy is the latest addition to
the family of Mr. W. II. Schutter. lb) is
about ten days old.
J. U. Bradley was lined ten dollars and
costs by Magistrate Comings yesterday for
--Cork sole shoes for ladies on C. D. E.
& F. last. W. E.Gholson. It
--Go to Jell'. Clsrk's for fancy wiudovv
shades aud everything pertaining thcreto.tf
Sincu die Ohio election Republicans
have mom faith iu tho efficacy of Dr.
Groo.s' Democratic prayers.
--The well known Whitaker packing
house of St. Louis will begin packing to
morrow. School children will lind The Bulle
tin scratch-books Nos. 2 nud ." lor sale at
Phil Simp's candy store. tf
--The very latest weddin,; and ball pro
gramme stationery t also New Year cards,
worth $7.00 to 15.00 tho dozen cards
may bo seen at The Bulletin job oliico.lSt
Tho largest stock nud best assort
ment of feather dusters ever brought to
Cairo for sale, low siuglo, or by tho doaeu
by Paul G. Schuh. at
At 10 o'clock last eight Senator David
Davis, who was expected to arrive hero on
his way home, had not "arrived" at The
Mr. G. II. McUee, for some time en -gineerat
tho Illinois Central freight depot,
has resigned his position aud gone to pa
ducah, where he takes a poistion in a mill.
The Illinois Central train, due here at
11 o'clock yesterday forenoon, did uot ar
rive until :j o'clock p. m. The cause of
delay was not known here last night.
The Methodist churjh choir now com
prises ten or twelve members, all of tho
best musical tilent in tho city, lead by
Prof. W. F. McKoo,
Sec our f 1, 5 hook, foster pat. kid
gloves, W. K. Gholsou. u
- By reference to time card our readers
will find a change in time of trains ou the
St. Louis & Cairo R. R, taking effect to
morrow. The Express leaves at 8 :15 injthe
CAIRO BULLETIN; SUNDAY AIOUKING, OCTOBER 22, is 2'.
morning and arrives on tho old timo card
4:33. Tho Accommodation leaves at 1 p.
m. anl arrives at 11 ;10 a. m.
do to Paul G. Schuh for the Springfield
(Mass.) writing fluid, also Hafford's and
Sanford's celebrated inks, lie carries an
immense slock at low prices. It
Two ncgroea quarreled and fought'near
the store of Mr. Harris Schulzo, yesterday.
They were arrested by Officer Mahany and
fined five dollars and costs each by Justice
Those who have Beeu the Smith Sis
teis at tho Comiquo last wook will bo glad
to learn that, by tho requests ot many
patrons, Mr. Harry Walker has engaged
them for another week.
From C. K. Lord, general manager ot
the B. & O. R. R, Baltimore, Ohio, we have
received tho "B. & O. Red Book for Illi
nois," containing political statistics of much
value in the present campaign.
Try just ono of W.- E. Gholsou's 83 c.
uiiliiundered Shirts. It
Wiudow shades and fixtures at Jcfl.
Rev. B. Y.Georgo has returned from
Springfield where ho has beeu in attendance
upon the State Presbyterian conference.
There will bo services iu tho l'roabyturiau
cbuich to-day at the usual bouts.
Mr. Jell'. Clark has finished tho work
of graining tho wood work iu the Methodist
church. All is ready now f'r papering.
It is expected that tho church will be
ready for services next Sunday.
Mr. Maik S. Souta, of Louihville,
who was quite a favorite with even body
generally and some one in puticular at
Dixon Springs some time ngo, was a guest
at The llalli biy yesterday.
DuQuoin Tribune: "Miss Lulu Van
Winkle, of our city, we are pleased to know,
has been employed as one of tho teachers
in tho h'gh school at .Cairo. Miss Lulu is
a tiue scholar and a good instructor, and
wo feel confident that she will bo apprecia
ted by thy school board of our sister city."
Voters who have uot yet registered
have ono more chance to do so before flec
tion day. Tho judges of registration will
meet again at the voting places of the iev
eral precincts on the 31st innt., for the pur
pose of revising the registers, and thru all
unregistered Voters Bhould see that their
names appear on tho poll bwks.
Joseph Stevens, the negro who was
severely injured, by his runaway team Fri
day afternoon, waB doing very well last
night about uino o'clock. The sixth rib
in his left Bide was brokea, his right shoul
der was badly bruised. Ho lus alio sev
eral email cuts about his head. I)r. Parker
pronounces him out of danger.
Mr. Ed MeCullough and lauiily, that
is his parents, came up ou the Fannie
Tatum yesterday afternoon. Mr. Wm.
MeCullough is pilot on the Tatum. Ed is
ou leave of absence from his Louisville
employers, and is bound for nowhere in
particular. He left o;;ain ou tho boat last
eveuing alter having made a few hasty
calls on Irion. is.
Chairman Oberly, Sec'y Mize, Joe Mac
kin and their assistants are busily engaged
at Chicago in forv irding tho campaign.
They report very ll ill' riug prospects for
Democratic success on the state ticket, us
weil as in carrying the legislature, and for
making a gain of several congressmen. The
Cook county Dunocrals intend to give the
whole ticket 10,000 majority to start with.
--Translated hoiu tho Omnibus: Pro
fessor "Meier, where is your manuscript J"
Meier "I believe you have it there in
the hand." P.of. "S ? When have you
it then written?" Meier "Sunday morn
ing at the breakfmt or, rather, dirojtly
after." Prof. "I see here but no work.
Will you yourself couviuce? Tho sheet is
ompty'f" Meier "Thuuilerweatlier! then
have I out of mistake instead of in the ink
glass in the milk glass dipped!"
Lidies' embroidered cashtiiores are to
be found only at W. E. Gholson's. It
Buffalo Bill and his combination of 20
first class artists, including tho genuine
Sioux Indians, will arrive at Tho lialliday
this morning, and to-morrow will give a
grand street parade, in which Indians, edu
cated donkey mid other attractions will
appear. At the Opera House to-morrow
night "Twenty Days, or Buffalo Bill's
Pledge," a play which cauuot liejp pleasing
all. Get your reserved seats at Hartman's
without extra charge,
All day yesterday was consumed iu tho
circuit court by the trial of the Lulu Koch
ler caso. The taking of testimony was
beun In the morning mi l continued until
nearly uine o'clock. Then tho urguiueut
was begun. Previous to adjournment for
eupir, the court limited tho timo to bo
consumed iu tho argument to 12 o'clock,
and at the time of closing The Bulletin's
forms (11 ;30) tho argument was still in
Yesterday Chief Myers, with the us
sistunco of several negroes, liberated a cow
from a swamp near the point, where she
had been apparently for several weeks
without food or drink. She waR sunk in
tho quick sand up to her throat and could
not move a limb. She was very emaciated,
ami, when drawn out, could not stand up.
She is a white and red spotted cow, with
ono horu crumped und tho other slipped.
Chief Myers acted from sympathy for tho
poor biute; tho owner Bhould now give her
Chairman C. N. Hughes, of tho Ro
publican Central committee of this emigres
sional district, was at Cobdon Friday to
consult with Captain Thomas as to matters
of importance in connection with tho cam
paign. Ho attended a Republican meeting
while there and heard Capiaiti Thomas
make a speech. Ho says tho meeting was
as largo a one as ho has yet seen during
tins campuigu, about 300 people being
present, and tho captain's speech was
very good -toward tho last. He returned
yesterday and will bo iu attendenco upon
tho important meeting of tho county
central committeo that is to bo held Tues
Dr. L. Dyer has a letter in tho last
number of the DuQuoin Tribune which is
about ns deliberate and as scatling a critic
ism of tho words and actions of J. R.
Thomas as could be produced. He con
cluded bis letter as follows: "Do you ask
if I will vote for John R. Thomas? Of
course, I will not. I will not vote for a
man who, with his cohorts and subsidized
press, have been pursuing mo and thoso
who sympathize with mo all summer long,
with rootless ha'.e, just because we express
ed tho opinion, at a proper time aud iu a
proper way, that tho Republican party
could select ns their standard bearer an
abler man. It cannot bo disguised that
widespread dissatisfaction is felt toward
Mr. Thomas. Ho is confessedly a weak
and self-conceited man. He puts ou pomp
pons uirs, and assumes a chivalrous bear
iug illy befitting a man of his small menta
calibre. Many of his constituents doubt
less kimw his status at Washington, and
the Hutiuiatioii iu which he is held by his
leliow members of the house of representa
tivi s, better than be does Inniscl. It it
wiih mortification we have to admit, that
iu vative intellect and acquired abilities,
he is the weakest man w ho has represented
Southern Illinois iu congress for the last
21 years, ile. and his special friends have
as timed a duliant and naughty air towatd
tleMc who fail to rocogni.o and acknowl
edge in him superior excellencies and u
peiior qualifications. For fik.Ii a Bpirit 1
hive no reverence, and shall pay it li' iUii.r
liouiaee nor respect."
In accordance with the call of Hon. ('.
N. Hughes, chairman of the county Repub
lican central committee, members of the
com uiiitec aud others met at the office
of Mr. Hughe-", Friday, but Mr. Hughes
bi iiu necesaaiiiy abseut, adjourned to the
ollie.e ol States A'toruey, James M. U aitou
Fiidsy night. Promineut among tho white
g' iitleineu present at this night meeting
were Messrs. Damrun, Geo., Fisher, E. B.
Walb.i.lge, Wm. Murphy. H. Wells,
Charles Xellis; and prominent among thu
colored gentlemen present were W.T. Scott,
Warren Wims, Alex. Booth, Richard Tay
lor, Sidney Robinson and Mr. Goodman.
The object of the meeting was soon made
known. It was to consider the advisability
of taking party action with reference to
county ofGccrj iu tho impending campaign.
The subject was discussed at considerable
length. TIhh: most in favor of the pro
posed movement were Messrs. Damron and
Murphy, anil they were bucked up by sev
eral ol the coloied men present, who,of
course, represented the voting strength of
the party and wi re doubtless there to see
that "the color'1 is duly recognized in tho
ticket. Some ( notably Mr. Damron) were
in favor of nominating only a candidate for
the county clerkship against Mr. Hunim,
but others wante 1 a full ticket aud the
question was not finally settled. A prop
option to induce Mr. Van Vactor to with
drawn from the r ice for tho county com
missioneisliip was also discussed, and
i'oii'id inoifi unanimous support from thoso
ptescut. The meeting adjoin nod, however
without coming to any tinal understanding,
after having resolved to meet again next
Thomas Jasper, the negro would be
murderer, was examined by Magistrate
Comings yesterday afternoon. He was
brought down from j ill by Ollloer McTigue.
He reltne.l to plead guilty or to waive au
examination. The witnesses against him
were the officer, Mr. Sol Silver nud his
victim, Mr. Chris. Lingtrim. The latter
testified that he came down fr un the cabin
to go on watch below and foitud Jasper in
the store room. He told the negro to go
out and leave the boat. Prisoner asked
if ho wanted any coal brought on, aud ho
answered "no" and again requested tho
negro to leave. But the negro did not go.
Langtrim told him that there had beeu
hams stolen J roin the bout recently, and
that the mute had given orders to permit
no stragler to remain on tho boat. Having
said this Ltitigtrim put his baud ou the
negro's iiliotilder,8hove'd him forward gently
aud again commanded him to leave. But
before Lingtrim suspected danger, the
negro had drawn a knife and stabbed him
iu tho breast. Jasper claimed that tho
watchman had struck him with a club, and
that ho stubbed him iu self defeuso.
Langtrim denied this, saying that he had
no club and did not striko the negro at all.
Mr. Sol Silver's testimony related to the
escape aud capture of the prisoner, au ac
count of which appeared in
these columns tho day after
the ci Imo bad been committed. Iu a
cros examined by the court Jasper con
tradicted himself with reference to what he
had done ami whero ho had been immedi
ately before tho tragody. Jasper was hold
to bail in the sum of five hundred dollars.
Mr. Langtrim will bo aTJlo to attend to his
duties again in a few days.
For the Cairo Bullotloii.
THE PAGAN AND THE CROSS.
Tliero kntlt one mnrn Iu uruvu f ,uc,
A psnan on thu vrntt;
To oiriir st au lalu ulirlnu
A 1'illhmanlc mum. ,
Amlwltuihu iHiuu ofhl9liiH,
Uu told Mh huitrt dt'ulro
Slowly tniro ijhh d n dink txlliso
Uvur tils uyeH of flru.
Hlowly tils wild heart hiutimt ltd lii at
And Into murblu tumia);
Kvur ho's kuult at the idul's Rait
tslncu the aim of that muni biiruod.
Hut tho ldoroyu arc darkly hrlnht,
And lit Him are wnrm and red;
As tlmiiuh tho jiajfau'a mini like llyht
Uutoltn form had find,
Aud ever ll luemi to gaea w;th pride,
At the pagan on the moan,
Ono cold hmd cla.plnt! by hln Mdo
- Tho tiillan anlc cron.
Oct. loth, 1HS.'.
Buffalo Bill (Hon. Wm. F. Qody) to
morrow (Monday) ill appear at tho Opera
HotiPo with a bind of genuine Indian
chiefs, in .his new ploy written for Mr
Cody by the popular comedian, Charles
Foster, and entitled Twenty Days, or Buf
falo Bill s Pledge. The new play is gotten
upon a different plan from that ot his
former representations, having l-s red-lire
and rifle Hash in it. The appended htory
of the play, however, will tdiow how vividly
interesting an 1 exciting is tho' production.
A brother of a well-to-do rancher dies in
England, leaving mi imnn to-e foi lone in hir.
will to his brother's child who has settled on
tho plaius, ou condition that she weds his
adopted son, Capt. Mortlake, within one
month of their lii-t meeting. To w.y lay
and kill the expectant bridegroom and op-
pear in his place to fulfill the conditions of
the will is the si heme of Montana Mike, a
gambler, and a deadly enemy of Buffalo
Bill, whom be thought he had killed some
years before, but only nuimed him, and
who now appeared in di;-guiHe, us crippled
Jim. Montana Miku is aided by a dei-pe-rado
called Liriat Dan. To linear h this
mystery of the two captains, trace mp the
fraud, avenge a cruel murder, an I iw the
rightful heir from assassination , the tuk
for Buffalo Bdl to aecoinpli-.!i in Iwi-ity
Iu jrouveisutiou wi h Gen. J. C. Smith,
Republican candid ite for state treasurer of
Illinois, a Bulletin repiesen alive, knowing
that the general w is n-putcd in his own
home au I in ull the den-ly Republican
rigious of the state, a- a tiuu Prohibitionist,
bethought him that it would be wi It to
hear from the general's own mouth wHiat
his real sentiments np ui Pr.-bibifiou were
and asked somewhat abruptly:
"General, what is your position
upon the Prohibition of the
manufacture and sale of liquor?"
Tho General's face showed that he was
taken by surprise; he was visibly confused.
But he had come love to work among the
Germans, who are indiioiisly not Prohibi
tionists; he knew how if he consulted bis
own political interests, he ought to answer
any question relating to Prohibition, in a
community where Prohibition is decidedly
tho under dog in tin political light.
Aud veiy evidently against bis belief and
inclination he replied somewhat broken, I
think that the best way to regulate tho
liquor traffic is by the hi 14 h license system."
"You do not, then," confined The Bulletin
man "believe in Prohibition i:f a strict
sen. o of the word by Icxihtive or ot.sti
tutionai enactment ?" "I thiukViid the
Geucral in substance, "that Prohibition is
impracticable and could not be enforced.
As stated, the geueral is known in central
and northern portions of the state, intact,
by the great majority of the Republican
party, as 0 firm believer iu Prohibition;
but tho above auBwen would indicate that
ho does not b rieve 111 Prohibition. Thus
there appears a conflict between the gener
al's Prohibition professions in Prohibition
communities and his Piohibitioj profes
sions in anti-Prohibition communities.
The general's duplicity in thin matter is
in strict accord with the conduct cd tho
leaders of his party iu all parts of the
state. His Prohibition principles depend
entirely upon the circumsfmces immediate
ly surrounding him. But hois a good fellow
nevertheless, aud wo hope thst bo may bo
defeated by a much sin Uler majority than
his wooden legged fellow candidate ci the
ALEXANDER CIRCUIT COURT.
After the trial of criminal causes has beeu
concluded tho Law docket will bo taken
up aud the cases disposed upon the days
und iu tho order in which they have been
previously set down.
.Monday October 30.
1231. John M' Nulty vs. Peter Stiup &
Henry Elliot vs. Pi ter Saup it E. It. Roe.
On Tuwhiy, the law docket will bo
taken up as set for Tuesday of tho
lirst week and tried iu tho same
manner on the Third week as it was set
dowu for trial on tho first week of tho
Notice Iu thl column three tlnoa or Inn unmm.
ouo Insertion or Jl.oj per wuuk.
IjOlt 8ALI5. A trnotl coal healing stove lit Tho
UOK KENT. FtiruMicclor iinfiirnlKhcd rooms
X Hi thn T.ttnh.tpt ll.iii.A nn Mfiv.inlii..t.l.
Poplar end Commercial avenue . fit,
fOIt SALK.Oue No. Seoul cookluif utovo and
one r.oal heatlns atove. both irond
tug been tu lite hut three month. Kunulrc of
A N ONR FBUHYriOAT FOR HALK ll'i
f'-iitlmiK, US 'out biiaaij lll currv aljtii'un two
horae waijiina. I'rlco four ibuunanil dollar For
Information add ii W. v I'ADE,
OlUlm LeiiVMii worth Kaima.
pOUHAI.K. lllunkn. Chittnl MorgHen, Special !
I Warranty and Warranty Jkoda at ihu llullctln
jo'i 1'iiii'H iw 1111 111 Lcveii
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AN 8 r 10 horc power uprlnht punlnu, In (rood
condition, and 12 lout lion.outal it flue bollura,
with all tho va v", ptpm, new li ate, drive well
wiilerlUM'i. t'tc . now H'lioliK M.i'k all complete,
pr'coHiii. A.MroM H. A H ir.mtt, Cairo, 111. tf.
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
Monday, OoL. i3d, 16:2.
I.tte Guide and Chief of Hcouta for
the U. h. Army.
HON. WM. F.CODY
And IIimiMu Mammoth Cotuhlna Ion Conaivtliig
Who ill mvffiir In Hi.- new mel mint
tlnniil linima wr.liin for Hon W. H d.dv. l,y
l hhH Koot-r, author of ".'vi.rut Miu-n." JlLlltli-d
iSulIiilo hill's I'leiW.
A Band lift. ..-iiuluo lin'.lin Chiel", l-r-nn tl, VVIu
n'l)'o, Mom anrU'awin-n Tribe. AUu
1 he llea'ifiii ar.d Aaoiu
illi'jfl t horu )
Will Appear at K.-Kh Performance .an Iu the
1 1 iiini. ..mull m:al ai.fl InMrU-
ni uul .Mai.rui iit, ,y vr Juiu
Kcneaud Mine Li.u Fuller.
TRICK DONKEY, JERRY.
MR. FRANK THOMPSON.
The Oreai Coronet Soluli-t.
Military Rirss Band and Orchestrn.
Look out for the Grand 6tret I'arado.
liea'f fnrnalu at IW-tman'a. Popular I'rl. i'. : 7.V.,
s f . and sic. No Cbarjjo for r'rve-.: .-u.
linn Win F Cody PrunrU-l ,r ami Mna;.-er
nrmmid II. llat'fr (i-nrra: A.'at
JSKW HOlK SHOEIM1 Sllui'.
I hay opi-mni a
on Bih lrei t. between I'oinrai'rrii,! ux,i U'B t, ( n e
t jn avi-ii . naviuu p.vt-n IhU t't!f!iK- my in.-cial
Over Twentv Yoars
I feel con(ld..nt I cu plve uerftc. noUfa. tton. I
have not oniv k v. 11 my a'iv;ntion to
MAKING AND FITTING SHOES,
bat hve. made 'he ciunrn t on of t!iu font and
llmhs a atu i alj, whk'i etnti im mo to lit my
oho h prnpi-rly aud in .i doiiu; relluvon the ho'e
Iron) a prcat Oeil of ti jury tin ho wou.d oltvr-wl-e
ba niltijucl to.
Hepiu bv unct ausbiion to bulu(! and fair
! Inj to rcceivi- a ilhm! f ha-.; of I he jmlil c pat-rouai-.
yar Kij-tl .IliilN Meel.tLLAN.
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II. T. (JEROUL1) AND
C. J'. N E W L A N D.
- DRIVE WitLLS, FORCE I
LIFT PUMPS Fl'llXlSHHDAXDFUT
UP IN A WORKMANLIKE
MANNIOIt, GAS FIX
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liron.i:d; pi'ililn proiunily atteinl.-d to. ilrduri
rccclvi'd at Daulol lla tuiau's or at the hop,
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Nl.NKTH AND TENTH HTUIiETS,
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mm- OKA IN AND HAY
Hiirhest Cash Prive l'nid for Whttit.
NW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Slock
IN Til 1.0 CITY.
( JOODS SOLDVERY CLOSE
O. O. PATlEIi Ac OO..
Oor. Nineteenth itreul I f'u?i-w Til
Commercial Avonnei valfU 111