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TJIT-: DAILY BULLETIN
OFFiCK: NO. 73 OHIO LKVEE.
ENTKReS aT TUB CAIKO I'OKToFFICE fob
tRANSMliSION THROCOUTHK MAILS AT SEC
OND C LASS RATES.
OFlOiAL PAPKK OF C1TI AND COUNTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice !i triip column, cign emu per line for
lrt unil livo ceott pur line each ulHtinenl luwr
' Ion . for one ww.it. Sdcenu per llau. r'or one
n onlh. ic I coin pur line
Electro Vnpor and Me Heated Bath,
a sure cure for Chills and Fever, Rheuma
tism, Catarrh, Neuralgia, aud all skin dis
eases and blood poisons.
I will five Medicated Baths ou Wednes
days and Saturda. R win over Tuber's.
W. II. Mahe.vn, M.D.
Extra Selects, at DeRaun s.
GOOD READING FOR THOUGHTFUL
HOCLl) IiV. CAKKrTLLV READ THAT CORUKCT
CONCLUSIONS MAY RE ARRIVED AT.
PAUL G. SCHUH,
Devr Sir : Keconizinij the fact that
there is to a cer'ain extent, a mutual depen
dency existing between the professions of
pharmacy aiil medicine, and ieelin; that a
better understanding of the function and
duties of the two profession should he re
cognize 1 and a lhmd to, we, of the medi
cal profession of Cairo, object to the fre
quent habit of drurjirjsU ol this city, of
diagnosing diseases arjl prescribing medi
cines, t'orthe following reasons:
First. The science of pharmacy does
not include a knowledge f the science of
Second. You ar violating the medical
practice act, by so doing, and robbing the
ph.ysici ins of their leetiraate business.
Third. You are practising deception
upon the sick ; therefore we ask you to ad
here to th? law governing the practice of
Another grievance to which we respect"
fully ask your attention, is the matter of
refilling prescriptions without authority of
the physicisns who have writeu tbtui. Tlie
above practice is injurious to both patient
and physiciaus; the patient often iiirlerinc
from the effects of improper medicine, and
the physician because lie is practically
held responsible fur the action of the niedi
cine he did not prescribo.
Again we bold that the original owner
of the prescription loses his ownership in
the same, soon as it is once filled and
placed on file, and that he has no right to
demand that it he akeu from the file an.l
be refilled, except by the order of the pre
scribing physicians. We therefore ak
you to discontinue the practice.
After due deliberation, wo the under
signed members of the "Medical Associa
tion of Cairo'' have resolved not to patron
ize directly or indirectly, any drugget,
who shall after this date, lie known Jo pre
scribe for any one requiring the services of
a physician, or who shall refill or duplicate
prescriptions without the written or verbal
authority of the physician. Respectfully,
W. R. Sm i n, Prest. J. C.Scllivan, V. P.
Q. 0. Parker, Kix-'y. J. .T. Oohivi.n. J. TI.
Bhtant. C. V. Di:sniso. I). If. Parker.
J. S. Petri e.
To the Public:
Although the above resolutions speak for
themselves, ami although any unprejudiced
person can readily read 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 1 have
been deceiving the public during the last
19 years past and do uot intend to deceive
it now, on the contary, I will try, in the
futon, as I have in tne past, to mind my
own business aud uHund to the wants of
my patrons to the best of my ability. I
am neither buooino nor hl'yino any one's
patrouage, but my aim is to please each
and every our, who kindly fuvors me with
their calls, Repeeifiilly,
Pail Q. Sunn.
in market at DeBaun's 61 Ohio levee.
Use Tu e Cairo Bu.lktjn perforated
scratch-book, made of calendered jute
manilla, equally good for ink or pencil. For
sale, in three sizes, at the otlice. No. 2 and
3. five and ten cents each by the single one,
by the dozen, special diseoudt on gross
lota to the trade.
New Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shoeing shop has been open -ed
by Mr. P. powers on Tenth street. All
manner of hWckMuHhing and wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work done promptly. tf
go to Dell-inn's, SO Ohio levee.
Wiui'cd Meu and Tennis.
Five bun Ired station men and 'JOO good
scraper teams on Kansas City, Springfield
and Memphis r lihoad. Material is a mix
ture of clay and sand. Price of station
woik.R) to IG.: tier yard; teaniH. 81.00 mr
day ; tramslers, JO per month and board;
nay lanonrs, f i.to per nay. Apply to r
Mockler. Railroad House. Commercial nee,
uuo, between 4:h and (Jdi, Cairo, Id., or to
Ultiic.nk, Smith it Co., Contractors,
Pont iilli. e, .Innesho, Ark.
at DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
front's Retail Ice Box.
CotuuieiH of ice arc notified that for
their convenience I have built a large Ico
' hoi on Eighth street in Cundiff's store whore
ice in anv quantity can at all times b. oh
tainod. My customers will remember that
thwir tickets will he punched at this stand
Just the same at by drivers of wagons, tf.
THE DAILY CAIRO . BULLETIN; 'JL'UUlUMJAi .HUUMMi, UU1UL.EU, SO,
ICE! ICE! I
Out of the fire, cor. of 8ih and Levee, my
ieo home and otllco is nt presents '.the
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, e
l ween Sih and 9lh afreets. Orders will bo
tilled same as usual, both wholesale and
retail. Wagons supply regularly every day.
Finest lot of window curtains in the
city at Jeff. Clark's, tf
Don't fail to stop at Joo Roneke'rs
Post Office saloon for refreshments ol the
best sort. Imo.
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ed stub, suited to any business, manulae
lumd and for nale at the Cairo Bulletin
Go to Jeff. Clark's for fancy window
shades aud everything pertaining thereto.tf
Mr. Joseph R meker is low established
in his new quarters at the comer of Four
teenth street and Washington avenue, and
Invites his friends ta call on hun. Imo,
A Fine Bather Shop.
Win. Alba, on Com norcial avenue, has
the most extensive aad as fine an equipped
barber shop as can be found in any city.
His employes are misters ii the trade,
whose razors .ir: always smooth and k"en.
His establishment is largo enough to
meet any demand upon it without uuy tire
some waiting; aud h s patrons go away
pleased with him themselves and his work
Giye him a trial.
Wanted immediately six coopers to make.
oil barrels, slaves jointed and hea ls circled.
25 cent? paidor mikeing. Apply atone
t Henry M. Coopkr,
-It Little Rock, Ark.
The Post OlEco saloon by Joe Roncker
is one of tho coolest, quietest, neatest and
best supplied resorts in the civ. Imo.
Window shades aud fixtures at Jefl.
Rue. jut Can,
Exti i Selects at DeB inn's.
Old Machinery Custinifs Waited
at Rennie's new foiin Iry for which the
highest prices will he pii 1 in cuh.
(Ml at No. US Ohio Levee.
tf John T. Renniu.
(tEN'EKAL local items.
..Notice-" la tft'; coitoiii:.. '.'n routs 'jr "Irn,
ttc iipni(in and wh Ui'T ni.ir'od or not. if mlci
V wd to frxt'i aay mvuV i!ia iutr;ct are
V. a;." ji'ii'l for.
K. M. i; 'J. - icial dance te-uight.
To tii given, a tine tea set. Inquire at
:!ob Ford's eve went to the jury at 5
o'c'ock Tuesday afternoon.
Schoolchildren will tind The Bulle
tin scratch-books N''-s. 2 and ?, tors lie at
Phil Sanp's candy at ire. tf
A burning flue on a h.msu on Tenth
street, near Commercial avenue, was the
cause ol the flro alarm yesterday morning.
Miss Gr.ice Alter is now engaged in
tho freight oliicc of the Illinois Central
ruilroa 1 company.
A daughter of G.iv. Culloin was mar
ried Tuesday evening to Wm. B. Hidgeley,
Mr. Joseph E.Lemen arrived last night
from St. Louis and left this morning for
The Cairo cily band, Prof. Storer lead
er, made some line music for the Republi
can mass meeting last night.
Yesterday and the day before there
were between sixty-five mid seventy teams
at work on the city's levee.
The result ol the numerous caucuses
at Washington is that the president and
cabinet have concluded Hint Folgcr should
The very latest wedding and ball pro
gramme stationery; also New Year cards,
worth $7.00 to -tlo.OO the dozen cards
may be seen at Tmc Bulletin job olliecUt
Woik bus been resinned on all the
houses in couise of erection in various parts
of the cily, the effects of the late rain hav
ing passed away.
Mr. John T. Rennie will have his new
foundry in lull operation by uext Saturday.
It is now nearly finished, and there is
enough w hi k ahead to keep it in Hteady
operation for some weeks at lea.it.
Stop and look at that fine tea set in
Bu lei's show window to be given away.
The American Legion of Honor met
at Odd Fellow's hall last night and organ
ized by the election of officers. Tho name
of the organization is "Cairo Council of tho
American Legion of Honor."
-In Magiti'.nte Comings' court yester
day a man named Uiidou was fined five
doll irs and coet; for dicorderly conduct,
Annie Crawford and Annie Penn were each
fined li-ii dolhn ud costs for being out
upon the streets late at night.
-K. M. K. (J. Bocial dance to night.
Buffalo Bill claims that (ten. Custer
committed suicide, In continuation of
this theory h" bij's that the Indian rcligiop
forbids the mutilation of the body of a
suicide, and Cu-der's body was the only one
nut hacked to pieces.
That elegant silver tea set at Budcr's
is to bo given away New Yeui's eve. lit
Teicheman's billiard parlor. It
Tim case tif Warren vs. John Hodges
occupied tho time of the circuit court yes
terday. The attorneys in tho caso wore
Messrs. Mulkey and Leek for the prosecu
tion and M :ssrs. Fisher aud Lansdeu for
the defence. Tho casa was given to the
jury about six o'clock, with instruction to
renders scaled verdict this morning.
An elegant silver tea set can bo seen at
Buder's Jewelry store, which is to bo given
away. For particulars inquire at Teich
mnn's billard parlor, It
Mr. II. H. Candoe is having a new
telephone- directory published. It will bo
in form of a pamphlet of eight pages,
sowed in a fancy cover. There will be
two lists of the subscribers to tho exchange,
one numerically an 1 tho oilier alphabet!
cully arranged. It will bo very handy
and a very fancy piece of work. The
Bulletin job rooms aro tho laboratory in
which it is being prepared.
William Steagala was fined ten dol
lars and cost by Magistrate Comings yester
day for disturbing the peuco in a bouse on
Thirteenth street. His case was rather a
severe one, his violent passion manifesting
iUf If not only against one of tho inmates of
the house, vho;e waidrobo ho tore and rent
into shreds and cast out of tht window, but
also agiinst the oflijirs who wrested him,
whom ho cursed fearfully and sought to
attack with a knife. His crimu would
seem to have doserved a severer punish -
Green B. R mm, one of the Republi
can can dida'.es for United States senator,
said to a newspaper reporter in Chicago,
last week, "We aro paying tho na
tional debt entirely too fust. If w,e keep as
we ategoing, the entire debt will be paid
off inside of forty years. . We could ab.ilL-h
ail internal taxes, except those on whisky
and tobacco." Gen lUuin also exptesned
the opinions held by many thoughtful men
of boih parties that the heavy surplus in
the tie tsury is d tngerous to thy govern-ni'.-nt
in that it leads to txtravaance by
the party in power.
--The first brick kiln of Messrs. Mi Ciu'e
ii Co's new hi irk factory was closed xt
terday to cjoI off giadmilly. It is in tine
coudi.iou. Ordinarily there is a lo,s of
aboilt live per cent, of tie: kiln in ci v:k : I
brick, but in this case the loss will not be
one per cent. It was kept at a white heat
for nearly six days, which would in rise of
the brick made iu the ordinary way remit
in melting or cricking them ail. Mr.
McCiure is now looking for au engim: to
put up, and be will, as soon as he shsll n
able to procuro one, run his unciiiue by
steam. Another kiln is to In c omnutmo 1
U' Xt week.
The prop ped establishment of a large
eug'.r reiineiy in New Orleans is another
indication of the tendeury of Nortlarn
manufacturing investments to the region
where the raw material can b: had it the
very lowest c ,-t, Tin II iveiu -yers of
New Yoik, wealthy nn 1 successful retiie r..,
have purchased two squares of ground near
the custom home in New Orleans, and are
preparing to erect on it a refinery costing
JOO.UUO. Thu establishment will have tho
advantage of being in the very iieart of :1m
farm which its supplies of raw ma'eiial are
drawn, in I of being exempt of taxation f.,r
a s riej o: )..ars.
The Illinois state Catholic total Absti
nence convention was lie 1 1 at Decatur la.-t
week. The next thing in onh-r will be a
Catholic Total Abstinence ticket, and th-n
all the other ( lunch denomination will fall
into line and we will liavt a religious in
stead of a political champaign, in which
church doctrines, net questions of state
government will be tho issues. The ques
tions of centralization, high taxation, ex
tr.ivaoance, tariff, and corruption in the
administration of public affairs, will then
give place to questions pertaining to the
appropriation of the school fund, to the
necessity or proper manner of baptism, the
divinity ii! Christ, the inspiration of tin:
scriptures and tinny other questions of
1110,0 or less importance upou which tli i
several denominations dillcr.
- -There toe five quinine maniifacturies in
the United States. The representatives of
these in.aiiul'actiiries have ben befor.t the
tariff commission, pleading lor a resump
tion of government tax ou thu great fever
iievcntivo of the world. What is the
opinion of Capt tin Thomas' organs on this
question? Are they in fav ir of charging
millions of people in tho United States
nearly double tho price they now pay
for quinine, In order that these live makers
of that drug in this country may put the
difference in price into their own pockets?
We should like to hear Captain Thomas'
opinion upon that Niibject. No doubt ho
would vote according to his convictions,
and these, his biyh tariff organs unssiire the
public, are that tho prices of everything
should bo kept i'p. In our maluiial dis
tricts at certain seasons of tho year, the
sales of quinine arc veiy large It is thu
hovn ign remedy that stands between tho
liuniau family ami a vast amount of t infer -ing.
For many years, tho Bvpublican
party congress kept tho tux on quinine lit
such high figures that it required u half
day's wages of the, ordinary laborer to pay
for a dozen quinine pill. A couple of years
ago the tax was removed, ami tho
pi ico of quinine wa. largely reduced.
But in direct contradiction of thu much
Used argument of Republican politicians,
that tho removal of thu high protective tar
iff would result in tho bankruptcy of tho
iiinnufacturois, IIicho five quiuino factories
are now iu ti m ro nourishing slate than
they were wheu Vw proprietors amy a euii
bled to demand from a dollar to two dol
lars per ounce uioio than thuy can now lor
their quiuino, and tho wage? of their em
ployes h ive not been reduced either, and
there have been no strikes among their
employes us thero have been among the
employes ol highly protected manufacturers
of other articles. If Captain Thomas should
bo returned to congress, lie would range
himself with the five quinine manufacturers
of the country and raise tho price of qui
nine to its former figures.
According to a careful couut by sever
al per-ons, there were nearly three hundred
an J fifty people at tho Opera Ilouso last
night, in response to tho announcement
by Cl airmaii Hughes, that Messrs Thomas,
.McCartney and Inscore, would address
them. There were about ono hundred aud
thirty iu tho dress circle, mostly colored, of
whom about thirty-five were buys and livo
were 1 idles. Iu the paiquette and par
qu t'e circle there was a very respectable
looking little audience, numbering a little
over two hundred persons, made up of
about twenty-live ladies, seventy-live Dem
ocrats, Prohibitionists and Greoubackers,
twenty-boys and tho remainder were Re
publican voters ah mt many of whoso in
tentions ou tho 7th of November there is
considerable doubt. There were a uumber
of prom iieut Republicans who may be re
lie 1 up m as being alright. Tho absence
of Germans was remarkable however. Of
the three hundred voteis with their fami
lies of thst nationality in tho city, there
were u. t over half a dozen all told. Many
of those pres-nt of all political faiths, were
drawn there by the announcement that Mr.
Inscore would address them. Mr, Inscore
made a very favorable impassion upon the
people here during the congressional con
vention, llis humor of spiuch as well as
of manner and look nude for him friends
o! all wh taw an I hoar 1 hiui. His iiaun
Si rvc i as s bait f.r many who would led
have thought of going t hear Thomas or
McCaitney. Many of those present were
tie refore much disappointed at Mr. In
se me's none appearance. Tiic meeting was
or ; mi..' J by the ck'C'.ion of Col. .1 hn Wo--d
as i h crni an, who, in assuming the chair,
male a few appropriate n.marks, thu. king
the audience for the honor. Ho introduci d
Mr. M: C ut uey, attorney general of the M te,
w ho .lid n it make a I'avniable impression
u,!"!! the audience. Ho is a very dry speak
er :uid liis ht sitatiug, eomitimrs awkwaid
m inner makes the hearer feel very uncom
fortihie. lie started out upon a discussi m
of '.!i tariff question, advancing the "id
t; r adtiare sn l oft refuted paup1 r labor
urum nf, when the tiritf should be pro
tef.iive. No oilier quea'.ioiis of importance
we.e t ou ohe I upon by him Mr. Thomas
flowed Mr. McCartney. He also spoke
at 1 -iigih u;,oti the protective tariff ques
tion without advancing any new argument
in its favor. Tho currency, the national
banks, river improvement, etc , and upon
hii utterances w'r.h reference thereto, we
sliall take him to task. But neither one of
tho .-jieakirs lefeired by a single word to
Prohibition, or sumptuary legislation, the
question ab 'Vo most all others wh:ch
agdites the people of this slate now, which
his po'jijcai ly revolutionized the state of
Levi an I Ohio within the last few months
iu I which thicatens to do the same for
IUiunis in Noiember next. Mr. Thomas
was particular to state that In: would vote
to sustain the war tariff, war taxation, the
t f.-o-'ii t national banking and currency
system, but be failed to say w hat be would
do if sumptuary legislation were broached
in the ft lei al legislature. The audience
grew as the speaker proceeded, but the in-crea-e
wen: all curioin, straggling Demo
unts. Tie spi.iikeis were applauded at in-
teivals and at the conclusion the chairman
rilleii lor three cheers lor Captain I nomas
which c. ill was, however, ri'loT weakly re-
r-p inded tl).
The inu .h looked for wedding of Mr.
Wm. I'ltik and Miss Mamie Sprout was
eelchra'ed nt the Presbyterian chinch yes
ti r.! iy afternoon at the appointed hour,
amid brilliant stinoiindingi. The church
had been handsomely decorated with
llowi'is and prei ns.
The audience was one of the laigest and
in i s t fashionable ever present in the church.
The time appointed for tic cereiii 'ry was
if o'clock, but the, seats in the church were
Aell filled lung before this time. As the
time drew near for the high contracting
parties to appear all giew impatient nml
in my were the, eagt r glanci.'H cast toward
tbedooi.s. Thu au lie. net' didn't have a
moment to wait beyond the time Bet.
Pioinptly at if o'clock tin; groom and bride,
With at'i ndaiits, arrive I and moved slowly
toward He: nllai to the grand tones of a
wedding iniuch, produced upon tho organ
by Miss Liiiiua James. The bride was
atliied in a bewilderingly beautiful dress
of adelic u tint, and the groom in tho
conventional black. 'I ho couple were at
tended by Mr. Ed. Pink as grooms,
mnn mid Mii.s Fauuie Bireloy as brides-,
maid, U"V 15. Y. George performed the
marriage ceremony which was brief but
imptessivii an I then Mr. and Mrs. Pink
were driven to tho hitter's home, where
good-byes were said to friends and relative!
and from wheiico they went to the Illinois
Central passenger depot to take tho 3:50
train north, On the train tho young couple
found a largo delegation of their young
frieiidH who congratulated Ihetu heaitily
upon their happy union. They
aro now on their way to
Chicago, from wheuco they will go to Peo
ria and return home In about a week, but
where their homo among us shall bo has
not yet been decided upon.
The decorations in the church wuro a
marvel ol beauty and aro deserving of more
extended mention. They had boon made
by Henry, Mr. C. Pink's garlner. There
wore three arches, ono in front of tho alter
und one in front of each aisle. Thev were
composed of greens principally, studded
with tiny, red berries, and flowers of rare
species and many colors. From the centre
of tho middle arch, under which the cere
niony was performed, was suspended the
bell which was composed of greens and
flowers, so tastily arranged and iu such
perfect order, that the whole may be
termed a real work of art. Thero was" a
profusion of flowers about the alter, all
combining to produce a splendid effect.
The church was darkened and the soft
light coming through the bright colored
curtains nad from tho guests lent a doubly
fancjful effect to thg whole scene.
At the reuidenceof Mr. C. Pink, tho fol
following presents to tho bride weic gath
ered in splendid array :
Carving set, Henry Coppengcr.
Bouquet of llo a crs, Miss Salliu Hulen,
Now Albany, Ind.
Cake casket, Mr. und Mrs. Louis Herbert.
Nuts picked, Mr. und Mrs. Auger.
China fruit stand and pla'.c., hand paint
tod, Mr. and Mis. F. D. Rexford.
Fruit stand and plates, hand painted, Un
cle Jim and Aunt Kizzic, of Peoria.
Jewel case, Captain T. W, Shields.
Cud case-, and vise, Miss Eva Slo pard
Mrs. Phil C. Batchy and Miss Fannin
Pansy book, Unclo Otis ami Aunt Delia
Toilet set. lace, Missllattie M. Kce.
Elegant rose blankets, R. Marnell.
Water pitcher, Ed. Ki no and Cuinu
Silver tea set from the American and
Southern Express Messengers.
Plush Album, John Home.
Linen towtU an.l bed spread, from
Bedspread, marsciilc, from Aunt Annie.
China chamber set, from brothers and
Coal se, Mr. aud Mrs. Ciishman.
Dust pan and brush, John and Mamie
Half dozen linen towels, Miggie White.
Butter knife, Effie Coleman.
Singer sewing machine from mother.
Etruscan gold and diamond bracelets
from the groom.
Statuary, Mr. aud Mrs "A. C. Pink.
Duchess lace necktie, Uncle Horace and
Lizzie, of Pcria, 111. t
Basket of flowers, from Mrs. Townsh-y,
Horseshoe of flowers from Mr. Michael,
of St. Louis.
Amber glass fruit set from liulo cousins
Handsome bed loom set from father and
mother of groom.
Set silver knives and forks, Mf. and Mrs.
Bra-tley, of Columbus, Ky.
White satin fan, hand painted, an 1 silver
and glass sails, from Mr. and Mrs. House.
Jewel casket, Mr. and Mrs. Malinski.
Card receiver, from Mrs. H. H. Candoe.
Table limn and towels, from O. R.
Picklecaslor from a friend.
Toilet mats, Mi-s Nettie Home.
Lace bed set, J. Burger.
Silvercanl receiver and vase, lu B ttto.
Set silver knives and forks, C. B. S. Pcn
nebakcr. Panel and ousel, Dott Pink.
Imported French clock, from the idlice
Statistics are published which show that
the amount of beer produced iu the United
States in the year ending May i, 18S0, was
12,800,000 barrels, and iu the f !h,wiiig
year 1 l.l'Jo.tKiO barrels; and it is estimated
that the quantity produced iu the present
year will bo 1(1,000,000 barrels. As it was
all drunk, probably the year it was made
and not a drop left over, the consumption
was about ten galloiM fir each soul of the
population. Americans are evidently be
coming addicted to beer, and like ft better
and better every year, for the consumption
is increasing about 2,000,000 barrels a year
whiih is a much larger rate than tho
growth of population. It is estimated that
we consume of distilled spirits two gallons
a year per bead ; of tea, one and a half
pouiids;of wine, ono quart, and ol coffee
about nine pounds. It may bo of interest
to tetotalers and curious persons to know
that the consumption of spirits per head is
beginning to hIiow a slight decrease, while
the beer rate shows a jnarked iucrease.
Our people aro leaving off their w hisky,
and making up for it by taking a double
quantity of beer -a change of habit which
Prince Bismarck would not approve, since
the rugged old ihanccfler has declared
that if his countrymen would drink less
beer and more brandy and whisky, it
would be better for them, Attempts have
been made recently to prove that nearly all
thobetr produced in this country is adul
terated with noxious ingredients; but it is
gratifying to have adverse assurances on
Ihie point, Twenty-four samples of homo
made beer recently submitted to a chemical
scrutiny in Now York showed no trace of
of adulteration. Beer drinkers would not
have discarded their favorite beverage, even
if the analysis had yielded a different re
sult; still, it is plonsaut to know that if our
people will drink tho amber-colored liquor,
they drink it iu its genuine character.
Notice' Id tlilw column itirou Unci or luan iUcents
outtlimurlluu or (l ot per week.
I .'SOU JtKN'r.-I''iiriilsln(l ruotnu. B'tiyunih tit.
mnl WuhIiiiikiou avioiuu. .Mltsj. KYICMlL.
1(i OH KEN r.-Kiirnlslicil or inifiiruiiihud rooms
ai the Llinl.erl lliiimi'. mi hi'VuMreuih, belwnt.ii
I'oplur huiI Cuiumi.Tr.tul nveioiu. m
4 NO ONK KERRY HO AT I'oii .iALK,-IU
H't Ion s fei i.t'icn; will carry iiitn two
homo wniiim. I'rli u lour tliiiiixiiuil ilollnrn Kor
I n for mm i on iS't W. A ( AliR,
ORIlm J.ttivHiiwonn huui-aii.
LiOH H,L)C.--lli'ink, dutiful MurKiiKCi, Special
i Wurrai ly ami Warranty l)i ci i ihu llullotln
Jnh ullleu Ts 1 ill io Ljvi'ii
T PRINTING OKflCKS-W'o hnvo rlarna
MtM'knr jlx.'lii, Nil. 1 "," i, run lU wu WU' ,,. l(,
tirintiiri oi.ly iu totit ul not Iium iliau lwi r amit, nt
ii 40 pi-r ream cunli. Address K A. Buruett. Hul
AN 8 ur 10 horn power uprlc'lil engine, In irood
coiiiliiion, ami VI loot lion.oiiml l flint bolium,
Willi all llni valves, pipes, liuw lieutij'.drlvo well
WHlvrluhi. en:., now mnok't clu .k all complelf.
pr'coSiVl. Aildruiit IC, lliirmiii, (Jtlru, III. tf.
J0JIN J0JINS0X & CO'S
S A I; 0 0 N. .
Lite lvjehler's, on Eighth Street.
I's'if ir a. a Wines. of nvfrv f.S ok hrai.d
net Liqaors of all .Iti.U n- on Imul. Cuflom
Ctuiiinefci.il A vent;-? and Eighth Street
P I1HOSS. Pn-snl. ait. I I' , N nKK. Vlr e Tfn'iit
II. WKI.i.S, CasM'T. I T. J. Kerlli, A"l cash
I )i r.'i't !:
y. Brno C'n'ro I Wi'lUrn K'.ift. .Cairo
t'cter Ni ir " I Willis m Wif....
('. M 0ur!oli ' IC. ii. l'atlcr "
K. A. lliLler T... ' I II. Wc!H t
J. V. cleui'on, Calf Jou:.
A (lENKKAl. HiNK'NU Ht'slSi.-S OoXE.
Extliine roM 'el oiadit. IK"rH paid It
t'e- Sin. iJ.'panmeni. Coil' t loan rnado and
all H'.hIuos prompt. y ftlUoii!.nl to.
rKW JlORsK .SH0KIXG SHOP.
I llVt! 0 tIH'(l H
ou '.till nlr''l. )i.!t wi'i n ('inn merciiil Did WkublDB
ton vi; , hivinu v'.veu lliiit liiiKinex my ipirlsl
Over Twentv Years
I fel confident I n girt perfect satisfaction. I
trnvc not oulrir'.veu my tttutloa to
MAKINO AND FITTING SHOES,
hut hivi- nu -If ill.- cuiT ii t oa of the foot nd
liiulu k itfl I) Sim. wliliu i'iii i' n, e to lit my
lio.s prop rly nnd in dome ru'iens tli tforsa
troni a t;r.-l i.ciil of ii jurv ik.it lie woilid uller
wl bu su'ij. ct to.
Hoping lor sini'l Httrnlloti to bu-iues and Mr
di-k iim 10 r. ci'iv.- liberal shire of tliu publ.c pt
rjiia.". Voiirs It. -sput JOHN' McCI.KI.LAN.
f ALL I DAY HliOTHEUS
r'l.Oi;' dTsAIN AND HAY
Egyptian .Flouring Mills
Hiifhest Cab Price Paid for Wheat.
JAMES KELCII & CO.
BUOt eitsuns T
It. T. OEUOULD AND
C. P. N E W L A N D.
AND OAS FITTERS,
DRIVR WELLS, FOIICK ASD
LIFT PUMPS FntN'ISHED AND PUT
UP IN A WOKOAXLIKB
MANNi-Tl, OAS FIX
Of all k n ' fiirnUlia I to ordor, o'd nxinrm r
tiroii.ud; JoMilii!! pramptly attmidad to. Orders
received ai llaniot da lamii's or at the sliop,
CO.MMEHCIAL AVEM'E UKTWEEM
MNETI1 AVf) TENTH STREKT3,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
XN TI1K CITY.
GOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE
a a. PATiEit fc oo
Oor.Nlnott)onthtro)lt PillWi Til