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TUJB DAILY OAHU) BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, OOTORER 28, 1S2.
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OfriOlAL PAPKU OP CITY AND COUNTT
SrElUAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice lu mi column, eight ceut per Una for
".rMaij.lftva cema iter line each tubou,uuul luier
Mou. for oiiu wuek, 30 cent, per line, Kor olio
monlb, so cent per Una.
Electro Vapor and Medicated Batli,
a sure cure for Chills aud Fever, Mmjuuih
tisni, Catarrh, Nfiirnlin, and all skin dis
eases mi 1 blood poisons.
I will jjivo Medicated Hatha no Wednes
day 8 and Saturdays. Koom over Tabt'r'8.
W. II. Mahkan, M.l).
. 60c. iicr Can,
Extra Selects, at DeBuun's.
GOOD READING FOR THOUGHTFUL
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CONCLUSIONS MAV UK AKIUVKD AT.
PAUL O. SCHL'IJ,
Dear Sir: I iocoy u i z i u the fact that
there is to a certain extent, a mutual depen
dency existing between the pretensions of
pbfirranry and medicine, and feeling that a
better understanding of the function and
duties of the two profession should ho re
cognized and adhered to, we, of the medi
cal profession of Cai'o, object to the fre
quent habit of druggists of tlnB city, of
diagnosing diseases and prescribing medi
cines, for the following reasons:
First. The science of pharmacy does
not include a knowledge of the science of
Second. You arc- violating the medical
practice act, by so doing, nud robbing the
physicians of their legitimate business. -
Third. You are practising deception,
upon the sick ; therefore we nsk you to ad here
to the law governing the practice of
Another grievance to which wo respect
fully ask your attention, is the matter of
refilling prescriptions without authority of
tbo physicians who have writen them. The
above practice is injurious to both patient
and physicians; the patient often suftcring
from the effects of improper medicine, and
the physician because ho is practically
held responsible for the action of the medi
cine ho did not prescribe.
Again wo hold that the original owner
of the prescription loses his owuership iu
the same, as soon as it is once filled and
placed on file, and that he has no right to
demand that it be taken from tho file and
bo refilled, except by the order of tho pro
scribing physicians. We therefore ask
you to discontinue tho practice.
After due deliberation, wn the under
signed members of tho "Medical Associa
tion of Cairo" have resolved not to patron
ize directly or indirectly, any druggist,
who shall after this date, bo known to pre
scribe for any one requiring tho services of
a physician, or who shall refill or duplicate
prescriptions without the written or verbal
authority of the physician. Ito'pectfully,
W. H. Smith, Prest. J. C.Sullivan, V. P.
G. G. Parkkw, Skc'y. J. J. GonnoN. J. II.
Hktant. C.W. Duskiko. D. II. Pahkku.
J. S. Petihe.
To the Public:
Although tho above resolutions speak for
themselves, and although any unprejudiced
person can readily read between the lines
tho real motives prompting tho Cairo Med
ical Association to issue such a proclama
tion, I feel like making a few remarks:
I, for my part, do not know that I have
been deceiving the public during the last
19 years past and do not intend to deceive
it now, on tho contary, 1 will try, 111 the
futuro, as I have in the past, to mind my
own business and attend to tho wants of
my patrons to tho best of my ability. I
am neither bbghino nor huyino any one's
patronage, but my aim is to please each
and every one, who kindly favors me with
their calls. Respectfully,
Tall G. He huh.
in market at DeB.iun's 50 Ohio levee.
A Fine Barber Shop.
Win. Alba, oil Commercial avenue, has
the most extensive aud as tine an equipped
barber shop as can be found in any city.
His employes are misters in tho trade,
hoB4 razors are always smooth and keen.
Iiis establishment is largo enough to
meet any demand upon it without any tire
some waiting; and h s patrons go away
pleased with him themselves and his work.
Giyc bun a trial.
New Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Tenth street. All
manner of blacksmithing and wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work done promptly. tf
go to Deliauu's, 50 Ohio levee.
Wanted Ilea and Teann.
Five hundred station men aud 200 good
scraper tenuis ou Kansas City, Bpringtleld
and Memphis railroad. Material is a mix
ture of clay aud sand. Price of station
work, 13 to 10c per yard; teams, 81.00 per
day ; teamsters, $20 per month and board ;
day laborers, 1.75 per day. Apply to P.
Mockler, Railroad House, Commercial ave
nue, between 4th and (lib, Cairo, 111., or to
Bethune, Smith &Co., Contractors,
Tost office, Jonesbo, Ark.
at DoBaunV, SO Ohio levee.
The firm of Clm's O. Patier & Co. is this
day dissolved by mutual consent. Mr. E.
B. Pettit withdrawing, Cha's O. Patier and
Win. Wolf to retain and continue tho busi
ness, collecting all accounts ami to use the
lato firm's name as necessary in settlements,
and pay all tho firm's liabiities. PersoiiB
indebted to lato firm are requested to call
and settle or remit, in order that the books
ami accounts may bo closed
E. B. Pettit.
Cairo, Ills., October 1, 1882.
P. 8. Mr. E. 15. Pettit will for tho pres
ent bo found at tho store?.
TIih mi'iiihi'iM df die Yoiiti'f Men's Dem
ocratic club sro reaucsted to meet at old
Reform Club hall on Tuesday evening,
Oct. 81, nt 8 o'clock. Business of tho
utmost importance is to bu transacted.
Anous Leek, Pres.
Having this duy purchased tho interest
of E. 15. Pettit. we will continue tho busi
ness under the firm namu of Chas. O. Patier
i&Co., nnd respectfully solicit a continu
ance of the patronage so liberally bestowed
upon us heretofore, and we hope by closest
attention to tho wants of our people and
low prices to sell thorn morojro ids thau
ever. C. O. Patikh.
Cairo, III., October 1, 188a.
Big Auction .Sale of Fine Furniture.
CViniinenciujr on Friday, November yd
1882 at 10 a. in. at Winter's Block, coupris
iug the outfit of 25 furnibhed rooms. Most
of this furniture is as ft'ood as new and of
tho latest patterns, consisting of bedsteads
and bedding, French dressers, bureaus,
whhIi stauds, wardrobes, center tables, car
pets, cluirs china and tin toilet sets and
beating stoves. Terms of sale Cash in hand.
ICE! ICE! I
Out of the lire, cor. of 8th ami Levee, my
r house nnd ollice is h! present the
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, 'ie
tween 8th and 1Mb streets. Orders will be
tiled same as usud, both wholesale and
retail. Wagons supply regularly every'day.
Finest lot of window curtains iu the
city at Jeir. Clark's. tf
Don't fail to stop at Joo Roneko'rs
Post Office saloon for refieshmeuts ol the
l est sort. liuo.
Go to JelF. Clark's for fancy window
sliudes and everything pertaining thereto.tf
Mr. Joseph Itmoker is r.ow established
in his new quarters at tho corner of Four
teenth street and Washington avenue, and
Invites his friends tj call on him. lmo.
- Conner's Wanted.
Wanted immediately six coopers to make,
oil barrels, staves jointed and heads circled.
23 cents p;iid for makuing. Apply at once
to Henry M. Cooper,
4t Little Rock, Ark.
The Post Ollice Baloou by Joo Roneker
is one of the coolest, quietest, neatest and
best supplied resorts in the city. lmo.
Window shades and fixtures at Jefl.
50c. per Can,
Extra Selects, at DeBuin's.
Old Machinery Castings Wanted
at Ronnie's new foundry for which the
highest prices will be paid in cash.
Call at No. 'Jo Ohio Leveo.
tf John T. Kennik.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Bpi-oat's Retail lee Box.
Coasutueis of ice are notified that for
their convenience I have built a largo Ice
box on Eighth street in Cundiff's store where
ico In anv quantity can at all times be ob
tained. My customers will remember that
their tickets will be punched at this Bland
Just tho saino as by drivers of wagons, tf.
fa JOHH Sl'ROAT.
Notice lu trie! coinmn. tm runt P"r line,
r.r Inaertlon nnd whether market! or not, if rulcu-
luted to toward uuy null's lulue laturenl are
iu ways pain ror.
The custom house fence is receiving a
much needed coat of paint.
Schoolchildren will find The Bulle
tin scratch-books Nos. 2 and :J tor sale at
Phil Simp's candy store. tf
The gold band of the Original New Or
leans minstrels makes n splendid show on
To nightie the last of tho Smith Sis
ters on the Cotniqun stage. None should
tail to see them. It
The young temperance people met at
Reform hall Just night and had some inter
Hon. P.M. Youngblood, who passed
through this city Thuisdiy lor Pulaski
county, was reported to be lying very sick
at Mound City yesterday.
Wanted At tho Parlor Shoe store, a
young man, one that understands the shou
business preferred; must cotnu well rec
ommended. Apply at once. 2t
Hews reached here yesterday that tho
wife of Mr. James S. Swain, formerly a cit
izen of Cairo but for somo years living iu
Jackson, Tennessee, died in the latter city
Mr. C. R. H irrison, formerly in tho
office of Mr. Thomas Lewis, but latterly
with niessrs. 8tr.it ton & Bird, has now ac
cepted a position in the Illinois Central
The very latest wedding ami ball pro
gramme stationery ; also New Year cards,
worth $7.00 to $15.00 tho dozen cards
may be seen at TitK Bulletin job office.St
Among the recent goodly number of
recruits to tho largo army of babydom in
this city, is a lino ten lb. girl in tho family
of, Mr. E. W. Gliulson. She arrived yester
day morning aud is, as Dr. Marcan assures
us, a fine specimen of the Cairo babies.
Thy licenses of sixty-seven of our saloon
koepers will expire on tho 1st of Novem
ber; and of the rem lining seven, on the 1st
of May. Chief Myers has given tho farmer
, due notice and will collect up closely . and
promptly, as the money is needed by tho
city to defray tho expenio of the public
improvements in progress. The amouut
due on Wednesday will reach $4,500.
Mr. Fred. Koehler desires to say (hat
he is not a winter butcher, but has gone
into business up-towu with the intention f
staying there. Hia place of business will
bu open at all business hours and always
supplied with provisions etc, appropriate
to tho season. It
Mr. John Shoile of Golconda, Pope
Co., was in thoeity yesterday and being
asked concerning politics in his county re
plied: "I am a German end have always
been a republican, have voted for Mr.
Thomas twice, but I won't vote for him
this year. Mr. Thomas will not run well
in our county. There are plenty of Ger
mans up there and they are ' all like me,
going to yote the Democratic ticket," and
wo may remark right here that this is the
feeling all over the district.
Many people were again disappointed
yesterday at the non-appearance of Hon.
M. J. Inscore, who was billed for a politi
cal speech in this city last night. A letter
from Mr. Inscore to Chairman C. N.
Hughes, underdato of yesterday, explained
that the writer was unable to keep his
appointment owing to a severe attack ot
hemorrhage of tho lungs which had made
him cough up blood in large quantities for
over thirty-six hours. His many friends
here will forget their sore disappointment
in regret for his all! iction.
A ligjit occurhd about six o'clock last
night in a down town saloon, eye An wit
ness stated that two railroad meii were
talking at tlij bar when young Jack Sul livan
cpoke in, and being reminded that
he was an intruder, struck the poison who
had been bold enough to reprove him.
But the railroader was "some"
himself at that kind of business
and before anyone could interl'tre
Sullivan was ou the flor receiving
araiher severe pouuding. Bystanders took
tin) fierce railroader olf, however, after be
hud bruised bin victim's lace Somewhat.
No arrests had been made last night.
Thursday Mr. L. A. Phelps was em
ployed iu taking photogrsphes of some
of the lino machinery produced from the
foundary and machine shops of Mr. J. B.
Reed, to bu used by tho latter in ad
vertising the machinery. Mr. Hied has
one of tho most complete machine shops
in Ibis part of the country. He has a large
force of men at work under the direction
of Mr. Chains St. Clair, a thorough m i
chinist. Ho has now under way ot con
struction about thirty lathes of all siz.-s.
The one photographed yesterday wus the
second of its sizj manufactured iu the shop.
It was of unusal siz i, had all modem im
provements and was of tiue finish. It was
put up near the outer edge of tho levee iu
front of Mr. Reed's shop and was
much admired- by chance passers-by.
In manufacturing his mach;nes Mr. Rjcd
takes pattern after tho latest approved
Phiadelphn midlines, but makes h3.
heavier and in every way more substantial
He intends that bis machines shall
be superior to all western made tools
an ) eqiieal in every respect to the best.
Philadelphia nnde goods, which are now
given the preference general'. Mr. Reed is
increaning his force of men steadily
Thursday was the thirtieth birth-day
of Mr. John C. Schearer, of the Wabash
railroad office, an. I when lie caino hoinctit
night, a genuine surprise awaited fiim.
A number of his friend in the
ollice and out of it had silently
prepared to Mirprise him in a manner that
will make him remember tho day pleas
antly for many years to come. Ho went
home as usual in the evening, without hav
ing any other suspicion than that ho would
enjoy a quiet, uneyeutful night. But upon
entering one of his rooms his eyes fell up
on a number of line silver articles standing
upon ii table in splendid array. They were
uselul as well as ornamental, and were en
graved with his name and the date of the
birth day which they eoiiiiU'Mii orited.
Without having recovered from his surprise,
ho entered the next room iu search of some
one to explain the mystery, only to be con
fronted by a party of friends, surrounding
a long t ible splendidly spread and waiting
toieceive him. Several hours were spent
delightfully and then the company dis
persed, leaving Mr. Schearer in a condition
of mind anythiug but gloomy.
Burnt cork opera is always in order in
Cairo, and wo predict for the New Orleans
minstrels next Wednesday night at the
Opera House a big ruu of business.
The lollowing notices wo clip from Au
burn and Butavia (N. V.) papers:
"The New Orleans minstrels played to a
good sized audience last evening iu the
opera house. Tho vocal and instrumental
part of tho programme was exceedingly
rluo, the trombone solo of Ceo. W. Beck,
and the clarionet solo of Geo. W. Frank
chum being deservedly encored. Tho danc
ing was very good and far above the aver
age ot that of more pretentious compa-
"Well. Hello! Who is it?
"One of the boys?"
'All right: What is it partner i"
"Just wanted to say that I'll bo up to
night for lunch."
"Well, I'll sivo you a lunch, as usual.
"Thank you, good-bye." It
"A large audiouco greeted the New Or
leaus minstrels last night, and the cuter
taimuent was in all respects satisfactory.
Tho clog dancing excellent, and thu char
acter sketches were all brimming over with
fun. There was a noticeable absence of
vulgarity, but the laughter was not de
creased thereby. The troupe is composed
of men who understand their business and
consequently, please the public, ami their
general appearance, on tho street or on the
stage is much iu their favor."
. Reserve your seats at Buder's jewelry
store during the day without extra clmrgo
75c, 00c. and 25c.
MISTAKES OF T1IOMA3.
In his speech at tho Opera Houso
Wednesday night Captain Thomis sought
to leave tho impression upon thu audience
that Democrats in tho federal house had
apposed the attempts of Republicans to re
duce the internal revenue. "Tho Demo
crats,"said he, "didn't wnt cheap matches
and medicine unless they could also have
cheap tobacco and whiskey." He told his
anditors that the Republicans found, upon
carefull examination, that the government
was collecting about twenty raillionsf
dollars more in tho way of internal rev
enue than was needed for actual ruuning
expenses; that they resolved to reduce
the revenue by about tliH amount, by re
moving tho tax upon matches bank chocks
and medicines; and that the Democrats
ctlllibustered" and resisted the reduction by
every means known to parliament rules,
because whiskey and tobacco were not
included in tho proposed reductiou.
Captain Thomas was mistakeu. There was
not a single tiuthful statement iu all that
he said upon this subject. Tho amount of
revenue collected, in excess of what is
needed to defray tho expenses of the gov
ernment was more than seven times twenty
millions of dollars; it was, in exact figures,
according to the statement of the treasurer,
made August 20th, 1882, $145,543,810.
Moreover, tho amount of tho intended re
duction was not "twenty millions" of dob
la iv, but just exactly $10,892,830, or less
than one ninth part of tho amount of ex
cessive revenue collected,
The Democrats did not oppose the bill
w hich removed the tax upon matches, bank
checks, perfumery and patent medicines,
b-curse it did not also remove the tux
Upon whisky and tobacco; they opposed ir,
first, because, to use the words of Mr. C 'X
iu a speech made at the time,
"The sum realized from the grasp of
the tax collectors is so incmsi leruble as
to be an insult to those who desire to re
duce our iiiordinate taxes.
2. The amount released discriminates
against industries and relieves capital and
capit dists. It relieves nine millions of
capital tax, bank taxes and us to tho rest
u is nothing iu comparison with the exac
tions. . II. "The relief on perfumery is but an
"ounce of civet, good apothecary, to sweeten
the imagination," and is a sample of tho
little good compared with such an im
4. "Tho internal-revenue system is used
to control the freedom of elections, and is
a part of that mercenary and torrorific sys
tem which should havo been destoyed by
legislation shortly after the emergeucy
which called jt into being. It is expensive,
inquisitorial and odious. It is undemo
cratic and unrepublican. It is corrupting.
In the nbscnue of a rotorm in the tariff,
postponed for two years by the commision,
this is the only feasible way of reducing
taxatiou ; ond this is a signal failure, which,
if adopted, will be an impediment to furth
reforms and reduction.
5. "The tax reduced hero does not re
duce THEOFKICIAL NOW USED IN THE FOkCE
COLLECTION OF TAXES BY ANY ONE PERSON.
It keeps up every part of tho machinery."
The bill sought to remove the internal
revenue tax, chiefly from banking capital,
but the 4,000 internal revenue collectors
were to be retained at an expenso of $5,
l')tt,:i00 for partisan political purposes to
work for the party at the polls. The Dem
ocrats wanted a larger reduction; they
recognized tho fact that too much money
iu tho public treasury breeds extravagance
and corruption in tho public service; they
wanted a reduction thai would prevent the
accumulation of a still large tuin id sur
plus revenue in the treasury next year, and
that would not bo an insult to the tax-pay-cm,
but iclieve them in accordance with
the enormity of the unnecessary burdens
they had been made to bear.
The only foundation Mr. Thomas had for
the assertion that the Democrats sought to
remove the tsx on whisky aud tobacco was
the attempt by them to repeal the law,
"Section 3244, Revised Statutes ol the Uni
ted States, which imposes a'tlno or penalty
on any tanner or producer of tobacco, who
may sell the same to a consumer." These
are tho exact words' of tho amendment in
troduced by Mr. Dibbrell (Dom.), of Ten
nessee, and which dio Democrats sought to
pass. The law hero sought to bo repealed
is the most infamous of the internal rev
enue code. The revenue derived uudcr it
has never exceeded $000 per year; during
the last fiscal year it yielded just $583 into
tho public treasury, and the cost of enforc
ing it during tho same period of time was,
in sound figures, $10,000. But its effect
upon tho tobacco raiser, especially the
poor one, has been, ami is, most oppres
sive. Tho rich tobacco planter, who raises
dozens of hogsheads of the article every
your, can afford to have it shipped to somo
large cities, miles away, to bo sold to a li
censed government agent; but tho poor
grower, who raises perhaps half a
hogshead and lives soma distance
away from a licensed ' agent,
must see his crop rot before his oyou. Ho
does not Bell it to his neighbors for con
sumption by themselves or to bo resold by
them as ho may his com his potatoos, his
wheat. He (iocs not evcu sell a poor fellow
a pound to bo used by himself medical
purpose; but ho must carry his hand full of
of brown leaves to some paid emesary of the
government, who may live miles away under
this law there- have occurred some of the
most distressing hardships ever known in
this country. A single instance, which oc
curred in St. Louis booio time ago, was
given in the columns of the Post-Dispatch
at the time as follows:
" 'Woll.'horo I am an old man in a strange
city, and without a cent of money in my
pocket, ami two hundred miles awav from
home,' said Isaac Murray, as he stood in
Jailer Ryan's ollice at the tour courts this
afternoon almost in despair, after serving
thirty days in jail, a (sentence pronounced
by J udge Treat, from selling some ' leaf
tobacco without license. 'I live in Macon
county in this state and uin a farmer by oc
cupation. Nearly three months ago I was
arrested by tho United States marshal for
selling a few strips of tobacco without a
license. I have only one arm aud I'm al-
iiioB disabled. I'm going on my sixty-
sixtli year. At my trial 1 admitted
soiling the tobacco for a few dollars, and
was Bent to the city jail for thirty days.
Tho time expired this morning, and I was
discharged, but Lord knows I wish I could
stay there, for I'd something to ott and a
place to sleep at least. I don't know a
soul in this city, and what am I toing to
do? I've been over to the mayor's oifieo
but he won't do anything for me. I was
at the United States court, but tho deputy
marshal said he" wouldn't let me see the
judge, and (lod knows I don't know what
to do when night comes on if I don't get
assistance from some, quarter. If I could
get back to Macon County I would be all
right, but it looks now as if I'd have to
starve right here iu the city's streets.' He
was advised to go to the United States
marshal himself, and tiirninghisco.it collar
up about his weath'T bea'en face he started
out iu the sleet."
The Democrats sought to repil this in -lainous
law and to reduce the tariff upon
cotton, woolen and leather manufactures
aud other articles used by every family in
the country, poor as well as rich, to an
amount nearly equal to tho excess of the
revenue in the treasury, and this attempt,
for which all honest men will praise them,
is made the basis by mediocre Republican
stumpers audi as Thomas and Oglesby, to
cast reproach upon them. It is needless
to say that the Democrats did not succeed
iu their purpose. The Republic ins paused
their little sixteen million dollar
reduction bill, of which thirteen
millions is "taken from bank
ing capital and but three millions from an
article of general use, matches, fifty cents
worth of which, will lnht the average fami
ly a year, and the tax upon which no one
ever felt. The result will be that nextj
year tho Republicans, if they have the pow
er, will hoard another hundred and fifty
millions or more of the peoples hard earn
ings iu the federal treasury, to be squan
dered in jobs of various kinds. But tho
eigna are that tho Republicans will nut
have the poA'er; the people are aroused to
theirown interests and to the wrongs com
mitted against them by their Republican
representatives, their Thomas ie, in congress,
and they will hurl them down. And the
people of this district will do their share in
the good work, by politely requesting
"their captaiu" to be content with his sec
A cold in tho head is one of tho best
things that can happen to a lady wit'A a
lace handkerchief, and Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup is decidedly the best remedy to cure
IE ITER LIST.
LIST OF LETTERS REMAIM.V1 UNCALLED
KOR IN Til K rOsTomcE AT CAIRO, ILL.,
SATURDAY, CCTOUER 2b, IWi.
Brady, Fim s
Haucs, R J
Peeler, Sarah C
Bird, A A
Clark, B F
Patton, M irriah
Stephens, Mary A
Bowen, A J
Du Boih, Tom
Earle, E B
Fole, Rufus (1
Gosleo, 8 W
Ocrhart, G W
Helchman, J II
Ware, Horace Col
Allen, Al P
Bayden, D O
Carter, C 0
Freeman, C W
Farrall, J. W.
Hi I more, John
Go" mi, Henry
Littleton, W J
M unlock, Lawruiico
Perkins, E B
Smith, Elias 3
Sherman, Prop of
Pare, John L
Tnttle, O E 2
Whlltcn, J 8
Wilson it Rod i rigs
Wood, G II
Persons calling for the above mentioned
will please (ay advertised.
Geo. W. McKkaki, Postmaster.
Notice In tills column threa lines or lcei 25contl
onetm.irllou or $1.0u pt rwuuk.
IrK BALE.- cooa farm In 1'opo euin.ty, Ills.,
2 mlliii from (lolcoudu, Hio county iciu. Tha
farm contains lie acro well fnucuil, of which 80
acru are cleared and tho liAlum e la timber luud.
M.J. 1IOVVLKY, KuhI KniaU) Agent.
1701t KENT Furnished ronmn. Kluyoiith 8t.'
' and Wasbiuntou uvuiiuc. .MRU. KAHKALL.
IOH HRNT. Fnrnlaliedor iinfnrnlHlied rooma
hi tlio Llmbert IIiiiikc, on bi'vonu culli, liclwccn
Poplar and Commercial avenmu. tit.
4 NO. ONE FEUUVIIOAT Foil HALK-IU
f-et loinr, lis Vt beam; will enrry nlxteuu two
horns wngiins. I'llco four tlioumind dollar For
Information addiua W. A. CADE,
U llllm Lcuvwiiworih Kuni-a.
L'OU HALK.-.HUtiks. Chuttal MorKK. Special
L Warranty and Wnrrauly Deeds ai luu llullctin
Job )fllcu TS Ohio Levi-'u
Tj McINTixo OFFICE.S-Wo tmvo a laro
tot kofjlxftl, No. 1 "M" iihw Hint wo wil' Bell to
printers only, In lota 0r nut W.t lliiin two r.-am. at
ii 4i'orri'aiQ casli. AddrceaB A. Uuructt. JJul
lei in oillce
AN 8 r 10 liorco power uptight engine, In uood
condition, and 14 foot horizontal 2 due bollt-r,
with all tho valvea. plpoa, uuw lu-ntor, drivo well
waterttHit. etc.., now muokn flack all completM,
pr'cer)J. Addrusa K. A Uunett, Cairo, III. tf.
QAII10 OPERA J10USK.
Wednesday Evening Nov. 1st.
N. 0. MINSTRELS
Formerly umk'r thu manaumunt of
J. II. IIAVEULY.
For a period of three years. A Grand Cohort
Minstrel & Musical Artists
Compomni.' r.ono but tho tvadiuz lights of tho
irof..'-ioii. Lookout for the
GRAND DAILY Sl'REbT PARADE
And the only bund of gn I hu'ilfoa rorant In lh
world. Ad:uliun ..';. 5 K, uu! ,::. No ixtru
chargn for t-ritrlnif v-ut in advatir.... Ticket for
aloat ltud..-r' jewulry lon
JOHN JOHNSON & CO'S
SA LOO X.
Late Koehlor's, on Eighth Street.
(Vlf.irn.a Wlnu, C'Ua- of every choice brand
ami Liquor of all lud alwava ou baud. Cuetura
col let mil.
Commercial Avenue raid Eighth Street
F. HFIOSS, Pridnt. I P. N FF, Vivo Prf -iit
H. WKLl.S, Cashier. T. J. hcrth, Ans't i-uh
F. BroM C'a'ro William K!;it,. .Cairo
IV:.-rNfir I William Wolf....
CM Ontcrloh " I C. o .Patier "
K. A. Under " 11. Well '
J. V. Clcm'on, Caledonia.;
AtiRNEKAl HANK I NO HI'S IN llr.S DONE.
Kxr.hnni:! cold and lioilht. lut-rett paid ti
thoNavlii Ilcptrtinnnt. Collrcoona mudo and
all bualnens promptly MtomlnJ to.
"EW HORSE SHOEING SHOP.
I have opened a
on !lth Mrcet. between Commercial nnd Washing-
Km nr-n., naviiiK K'vuu ima l)UIIie my Bpecllll
Over Twentv Years
I feel contlderit I ran i;lvr perfect Hntli-factlon. I
hnvu not mil v given my attention to
MAKING AND PITTING SHOES,
but have made tbo cointructlon of thu foot and
limb it Klitdy alno, which etiah'e rrro to HI. my
lioo properly aud In o doiinj relieve thu horu
Iroin h irt.Ht dchI nf liilii.. tL..i l... ......i.i .k..-
v!"o be miliject to.
iiopina uv Hlrlct nti.ent.lou to hunlue and fair
dealing to receive a liberal chare of the public pat
roimiso. VourKepc!Ct. .IOIIN MeCLKLLAN.
KLOUP 0RA1N AND lk
Iliirbest Cash Price raid for Wheat.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN T1IK5 CITV.
GOODS ISOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIEU & CO.,
(tor, Ninotamth treat) riflipn 111
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