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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MOKNINCi, OCTOHEIt 31, HS2.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OPflOK: NO. 78 OHIO LEVEE.
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SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
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griti aud av cum per line ach nibcsuuout tner
tnn. For onu wwk, 30 cunt per Hue. Vol one
month, tie cent per lino.
Electro Vapor aud Mo iicated JJatli,
a euro cure for Chills and Fever, Rheuma
tism, Catuirh, Neuralgia, and alt bkiu dis
eases and blood poibona.
I will give Medicated Hatha on Wednes
days and Saturdays. Room over Tuber's.
W. II. Mabean, M.D.
50c pel Can,
Extra Selects, at DeBaun's.
GOOD READING FOR THOUGHTFUL
SHOULD UK CAKKKl'LLY READ THAT CORRECT
CONCLUSIONS MAY HK ARRIVE) AT.
I'iCL o. scuuh,
Der Sik: -Recognizing tho fact that
there is to a certain extent, a mutual tlepeti
dency existing between the protesaious of
pharmacy anii medicine, and feeling that a
better understanding of the function and
duties of the two profession should be re
cognized and adherad to, wo, of the medi
cal profession of Cai:o, object to the fre
fuent habit of druggists ot thia city, of
diagnosing dieeascs and prescribing medi
cines, for the following reasons:
First. The science of pharmacy does
not include a knowledge of tho science of
" Second. You are violating the medical
practice act, by so doing, and robbing the
physicians of their legctimato business.
Third. You are practising deception
upon the sick; therefore wo ask you to ad
here to the law governing tho practice of
Another grievance to which we respect
fully ask your attention, is the matter of
refilling prescriptions without authority ot
the physicians who have writen them. The
above practice is injurious to both patient
and physicians; tho patient often sullering
from the effects of improper medicine, and
the physician because he is practically
held responsible for the Action of the medi
cine he did not prescribu.
Again we hold that the original owner
of the prescription loses his ownership in
the same, us booh as it is once tilled and
placed on tile, and that he has no right to
demand that it be taken from the file and
be refilled, except by tho order of the pre
scribing physicians. We therefore ask
you to discontinue the practice.
After due deliberation, we the under
signed members of t!;o "Medical Associa
tion of Cairo" have resolved not to patron
ize directly or indirectly, any druggist,
who shall after this date, be known to 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. Repecttutlv.
W. R. Smith, IVst. J. C. Sullivan, V. P.
G. G. Parker, Skc'y. J. J. Gordon. J. II.
Bryant. C.W. Dcsnino. I). H.Pabker.
J. S. Petkie.
To the PuMIc:
Although the above resolutions speak for
themselves, aud although any unprejudiced
person can readily real between the liues,
the real motive prompting the t'siro Med
ical Association toi&uesuch a proclama
tion, I feel like making a few remark:
I, for my part, do not know thut I have
been deceiving the public during the last
19 years and do not intend to deceive
it now, oo tho coiitary, I will try, in the
future, as I have in tne past, to mind my
own busioejs and atteud to the wants of
my pattens to the best of my ability. I
am neither bruoino nor wuyi.no any one's
patronage, but my aim is to pleaait each
and every oim, who Win-My favors mo with
their calls. Respectfully,
Paul G. Scum.
in market nt DcBann's 50 Ohio levee.
A Fine Barber Shop.
Win. Alba, ou Commercial avenue, has
tne most extensive and as hue an equipped
barber shop as can Vie found in anvcity.
His employes are masters in thu trade,
whose razors are always smooth and keen
His establishment is largo enough to
meet any demand upon it without any tire
some waiting; and hn patron go away
pleased with lam tliemseJres una Ins work,
Giyo him n tnaJ.
New Blockni'iith Shop.
A Dew horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. IV Powers on Tenth street. All
manner of bUcksmitbing and wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a nj.ccinlty.
Work done promptly. ' tf
i'or O) stern
go to DeBaun's, CO Ohio levee.
Wanted Meu and Teams.
Five hundred station men and 200 good
scraper teams on Kansas City, Springfield
and Memphis railroad. Material Is a mix
tuns of clay and sand. Price of station
work, la to lOu per yard; teams, 81.00 per
day; teamsters, f.'O per month mid board;
t ay laborers, 11.7.1 per day. Apply to P.
Mockler, Railroad House, Commercial ave
nue, between 4th and oth, Cairo, 111,, or to
Betuunk, Smith .VsCo., Contractors,
Post olllco, Jonesbo, Ark.
nt DeBaun's, 5fj Ohio levee,
ICE I ICE! I
Out of tho lire, cor. of 8th and Levee, my
Ice boustt and otlice is at presents tho
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, r
tween 8th and Oth streets. Orders will be
filled same as usual, both wholesale and
retail. Wagons supply regularly every day.
on tho plantations of J. W. Jefferson, ad
joining tho village of Oscoola, Aik. Good
wages und prompt weekly cash settle
ments. J. W. Jekkelbon & Co.,
Tho members of the Young Men's Dem
ocratic club are requested to meet at old
Reform Club hall on Tuesday evening,
Oct. 31, at 8 o'clock. Business of thu
utmost importance is to bu transacted.
Asous Leek, Pres.
Use The Cairo Bulletin perforated
-cratch-book, made of calendered jute
inanilla, equally good for ink or pencil. For
ale, in three sizes, at the otlice. No. 2 and
;). tlve and ten cents each by tho single one,
by thu dozen. Special discount on gross
lots to tho trade. -
Big Auction Sale of Fine Furniture.
Commcncins on Friday, November tfd
1883 at 10 a. m. at Winter's Block, cuipris
ing the ou i lit of 21 furnished rooms. Most
of this furniture is a good as new aud of
the latest patterns, consisting of bedsteads
and budding, French dressers, bureaus,
wash stands, wardrobes, center tables, car
pet, cli i'rs china aid tin toilet sots and
heating Moves. Terms of sale Cash in hand .
In countries where malaria is prevalent,
or where the climate is subject to sudden
changes should lie found in every houso
Brown's Iron Bitters.
Finest, lot: of window curtains in the
city at J eh. Clark's. tf
Don't fail to stop at Joe Roncko'ra
Post Ofliee saloon for refreshments ot the
best sui t. Imo.
Go to Jeff. Clark's for fancy whitlow
shades and everything pertaining thereto.tf
Mr. Joseph Roneker is r.ow established
in his new quarters at tho corner of Four
teenth street and Washington avenue, and
invites his friends 1 1 call on him. lino.
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured and for salo at the Cairo Bulletin
The Post Office saloon by Joe R meter
is one of the coolest, quietest, neatest and
best supplied resorts in the city. Imo.
shades and fixtures at
50c. per Can,
Extra Selects, at DeBaun's.
Old Machinery Castings Wanted
at Ronnie's new foundry for which the
highest prices will be paid in cash.
Call at No. 013 Ohio Levee.
tt John T. Rennie.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notli B tn the roinir.n. 'en rnl vr llnf,
- Innortlon nri'l wh'ithr mnrket or nol. if rntcu
1 ted ti fmi'd any rain' buaiue Internet are
The St. James is receiving a now nnf.
The teachers of the Presbyterian Sun
lav school will meet at the church to-night.
Schoolchildren will find Tuu Bcllk-
tix scratch -book 3 8 and i tor sale at
Phil Saup's caudy stjre. tf
The ro"f is being put upon the princi
pal building of the ice manufacturing
An Indian show is in progress near
the corner of Tenth street and Commercial
Mensrs. C. O. Patier & Co. are having
i. new well driven iu front ot their place
On the 10th of November the new
dancing club is to give a grand ball at
Bishop Seymour ofliciated at the
corner-stone- laying at thu new Episcopal
church at Belleville last Sunday,
Justice J. II. Robinson has been un
well for several days, owing in nait to
over exertion iu the way of campaign work,
-Magistrate Comings hud a big day
yesterday in the way of criminal business,
but no one case was of much importance.
Every young Democrat in Mm city
should attend tho meeting to be held at
old Re foi in lull, on Tenth street, to-night.
--The very latest wedding and ball pro
gramme stationery ; also New Year curds,
worth $7.00 to $15.00 tho dozen Cards
may be seen at The Bulletin job ofllce.Jjt
A meeting of the Woman's Club and
Library Association, at whi.di Mrs. B. Y.
George will read an interesting p iper, wiU
beheld at tho library rooms to-morrjw.
Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Barclay have re
turned from Chicigo, where tho former had
been attending a convocation of the
As appears from a notice elsewhere,
the Yuutii Democratic Club of this city
is to meet at old Reform hall to-night for
thopuiposeof transacting business of im
portance. Mrs. Ludetnia Squires, of Boston,
half sister to Justice Oshoin, who lias been
visiting thu latter hero tor several weeks,
leaves to-day fur Texas to visit a sister
--Mr. H. W. Bostwlck returned yester
day from a trip through Missouri. Ho left
last night for the upper portion of this
county, where lit) will bo uctivo hi the In
terest oi the Democralio party.
"-Three freight cars Jumped tho truck
of thu Texas & St. Louis railroad, near
Maiden, Mo., Saturday, and caused con
siderable delay ot trains, but not much,
damage. The train due Iiero Saturday
evening did uot arrive until Sunday morn
ing. Sunday evening Justice J.II.lWbinson
united Mr. Louis Wykul and Miss Martha
Fitzgerald in marriage, Ht tho residence
of the latter's ' father. Mr.' Wylcel is cm
ployed at the Singer workB.
Tho organ concert by Miss Emma
James will bu a musical treat such as no
one should miss. Tickets are on sale at
all the stores, and the priau put at tho nom
inal sum of 35c. and 25c
The judges of election will all bu agaiu
at the polls in their several precincts to
day, for the purpose of verifying tho regis
ters. All voters w''.o have not yet registered
should not fail to do so to-day. It may
save them much trouble on election day.
IIo.i. R. A. 1). Wilbanks is the only
candidate for tho vacancy in tho appellate
clerkship in thjp, tho fourth judicial, dis
trict. He is n worthy gentlemen and a
good Democrat for whom none ueed ob
ject to vote.
The New Orleans Minstrels, who per
formed at Durley Hall on Mouday evening,
had one of tho best binds which have ever
visited our city. Several of tho members
are tine soloists ou their respective instru
ments, Bluomington Daily Bulletin,
March 12th 1882.
For three or four days Miss Mary Mc
Ewen, who teaches in room No. 2 of the
high school building, has been very sick,
aud in consequence thereof her room 1ms
been dosed. Her room has about ninety
scholars and is second in point of tho num
ber of scholars. Miss McEwen was much
The greatest number of immigrants
landed at Castle Garden, N. Y., in one day
disernbaiked on Monday last week 4,481.
We have written to Captain J. R. Thomas
to bejnfornied of how many of these immi
grants wore wooden shoes and bilge-water
clothes. The Captain has given us reason
to believe that he is always well informed
upon this point.
All dayyesteiday was taken up iu the
circuit court by tho trial of the case of 11.
Elliott V3. Peter Saup, U. S. Mirshal. The
matter in dispute is a quantity of merchan
dise seized by the latter after the complain
ant had purchased it trom Mr. C. Il uiny.
A jury was obtained and the examination
of witness begun when the court adjourned
Sunday there were a number of promi
nent gentlemen at The Halliday. Among
thetu were Captain W. K. Murphy, Demo
cratic candidate for congress from this dis
trict ; Sidney Grear. of Jonetbnro, Demo
candidate for member of tho Illinois legis
lature from this senatorial district; Hon.
W. J. Allen, Hon. W. A. Lemma and
Messrs. T. F. Bonton and John II. Burtoo.
Yesterday from some cause which we
could not learn four or live flat-cars loaded
with steel rails ran down the Waba.ih in
cline ut the point without doing
much damage to the track und
era. he, however. The incline win
not yet in use, being still under
repairs. Its completion will be delayed
several. days longer because of tho accident.
No person was injured.
-Saturday night robbers worked the
little town of Wieklilm fr nearly all it
was worth. The house of Jones & Pool,
tin and hardware, was robbed of three or
four hundred dollars; that of Jesse Rich, of
thirty-five or forty dollars, and from Tom
CUrkson they stole a quantity of cigars and
tobacco. As several suspicious fellows
whom the officers hero were "piping" dis
appeared Friday night, it is believed with
some reason that these fellows aud tho
Wicklifla burglars are the same.
Du Quoin Tribune: "Tho great tem
perance leeturerer, Jacob Hoofstitler, visi
ted our city last week, aud held two or
three meetings which were liberally attend
ed. Ho is now winking tor the success of
the Prohibition ticket of the state,-and will
visit thu lower counties this week and uext
to a-ist the Prohibition candidate for the
legislature in those senatorial dintricU."
It may be, therefore, that wo shall
agaiu have tho pleasure of hearing
"JUe" tuil ,w j(lke" played the
devil generally when "Jake" was "ono of
Attorney General Brewster has issued
his instructions to Federal Marshals as to
their duties on election day. Among
the injunctions is one to "take caro
that tit persons are only appointed and re
tained iu such service." This is an im
provement, which, it is to bo hoped, will
be heeded in Hew York and Philadel
phia, wheio tho sills of tho Federal Mar
shals have been largely selected from the
criminal classes. Mr. John Davenport
usud to have a fondness for ex-convicts and
murderers in making up tho New York
force of constables.
The New Orleans gold baud in streut
pnrodo is probably tho finest organization
traveling with any hall show in America.
Mr. Franckutn, the baritone soloist, is a
uiarvul and bis brilliant performance in a
selection played in front of Mixwell's won
much applause. IBlooniington Daily,
Leader, March 0, 183. Uudur lias tickets
on sale without extra charge for reserve
seats, and as everything indicates a big
house, those who have failed to reserve them
better attend to it at onceTickets, 73, 50
and 25 conta, Remember to-morrow night,
Wednesday, November 1st.
At tho late meeting of the . charter
members of tho American Legion of Hon
or, of this city, for tho purposo of organi
zation, the following worthy officers wero
elected : A. Comings, commander; Robert
II, Baird, vice " commander; Cyrus Close,
past, commander; II. F. Pottor, orator; E.
E. Ellis, secretary; W. C. Jocolyn, collector;
W. L, Bristol, treasurer; Dr. J. 8. Petrie,
chaplain; Walter Cundiif, guide; J. S.
McGahey, Warden; W. F. Axley, sentry;
G. W. Ilcudricks, E. A. Smith and W. M.
Davidson, trustees. The regular meetings
aro to bo held on tho second and fourth
Mondays of each month.
Another question to be voted upon on
tho 7th proximo Is whether or not an ap
propriation shall bo made for finishing the
new state houso at Springfield. As the
house now stands it is not a credit to the
state and the uncompleted portion ot it is
crumbling away because of improper care.
The city of Springfield has consented to
donate ground tor the uso of tho state in
connection with the building, and is ready
to make tho transfer whenever certain
necessary conditions are complied with.
The proposed work is necessary too, be
cause the unfinished portion of the build
ing is needed for state purposes. It would
seem to be the part of economy and- wis
dom therefore that tho appropriation
should be siiK'tio.'iod by tho people, and
made and judiciously expended.
"I am the fi'4 congressman from this
district," saiiCa,;t. Thomas, in his speech
at the Opera House Wednesday night,
"who was ever been made a cuairuun of a
committee." And then ho proceeded to
tell Ills audience how an old member of
congress had more inlluencc in that body
than a young one; how ho had been able
to do much more good during his second
term than he had been ablo to do duiiug
the hrst; how ho would bo ablo to do more
during tho third term ("which I'm sure to
get and dou't you forget it,"
sail he) than he had done
during the secoud, and how, during
his fourth term, he would bu regarded as
one of tho old members and be taken into
consultation by tho mental giants of the
federal house when matters of great im
portance wero to be agreed upon between
them. "Thus"' said he, with ru lo famili
arity, "haveS im Randall, Sam Cox, Alex
Stephens who have served for many years
in successior, gained the influential posi
tions which they hold in congress." Mr.
Thomas forgoi that these meu owed their
successive re-election to the fact that they
represented their constituents ably and ef
fectually. Thei. influeneooyer their fellow
members in congress may have been due
to some extent to the fact that their fre
quent re-election proved them to possess
the confidence of their constituents, but
their re-election was entirely due, and their
influence in congress was in a great
measure due, to their great minds to tho
fact that they were men of brains, beside
whom such ua as Captain Thomas must
always reina'.u a pigmy in influeuco as he
is a pigmy iu mind. C.rpt. Tiiomas should
bear in mind tiiat though frequent re-election
may give influence, it takes brains and
a proper use thereof to give re-election.
Bat the correctness of the claim that an
old member can represent his constituents
more influcntially than a new one can de
pends upon one oilier very important con
dition. It ri jpcuds upon whether such old
member is in harmony with tho dominant
party. If he is uot, ho will cut a small
figure at best, ho will bo excluded from all
consultations of the majority. Hislongserv
ice, even if ho bi a man of brains, will not
gain for him the confidence of the domi
nant party to tho extent of allowing him to
influence them in tho least when matters of
public policy are under consideration, and
if he be a man of very few brains (as we
know one who is then his insignificance is
almost painful to contemplate. All im
portant actions of the majority will be done
in spite of the minority, and the influence
ofs'ichaman as Captain Thomas would
have about as much effect upon tho inten
tions of tho m jority as pleaching honesty
has upon the aieragc Republican politician.
If Captain Thomas is eTectcd, ho will be on
the side of thu minority in the house, and
he will be auoneuity and unable, even if
he had tho will which ho has given us
ample reason to believe ho has not, to
exert any influence in the interest of the
peoplo of his district. Ho will bo deposed
from his chairmanship of a comniitteo
which is of such great importance that it
has n. ver yet held a full meeting, but upon
which tho captain prides himself so in
ordinately, und he will bo relegated to that
oblivion to which his political afTeliations
aud his mediocre talents would naturally
consigu him. On the other hand Captain
Murphy would bu iu harmony with tho ma
jority, his superior intelligence aud good
judgment, (which by the way have enabled
him to succeed honorably in private life
where his opponent Bignally and disgrace
fully failed) will place him at once in a po
sition, where ho can and will represent his
constituents wisely and influentially.
A FATAL ACCIDENT.
A letter received hero yesterday by the
family of Mr. G. M. Alden from Mr.. W,
L. Alden, of Ashley, states that early Sun
day morning Thomas Alden, son of the lat
ter, was killed on a railroad at a little sta
tion called Neveay, a few miles wogt of
Nashville, III. Thomas was brakeman on
tho train a freight train md whilo run
ning along on the top of the cars to sot tho
brakes, ho missed his footing and fell
down between 'the cars and under tho
wheels which broke his back and cutoff
ono of his logs, killing him almost in
stantly. Thomas was about twenty years old
and a promising young man. Ho was
known to many Caimites who will regret
his awful taking-oflf.
MR. SHORLE AND THE BULLETIN.
We have received a letter dated at Cairo,
Saturday and purporting to havo been
wiitten by Mr. John Shorlo in which the
wiiter claims to havo been misrepresented
and misquoted in The Bulletin and ask
ing to bo set right. Now there are several
reasons why wo should doubt the authen
ticity of this letter, and we will give soma
of them. To commence with, Mr. Schorlo
is a square, honest looking German who re
ceived lii9 education in the Fatherland; -tho
letter is in a full, round, American, busi
ness hand with nothing at all German in its
appearance. Next, tho words quoted
wero precisely as they were given by Mr.
Shorlo to Mr. Burnett of The Bulletin,
and immediately written clown by him. If
Mr. S. had any other meaning than as ex
pressed, his words did not convey it, and if
ho did not wish to appear in print, be had
only to say so and no names would have
been mentioned. Next,- if Mr. Shorle
was in the city on Saturday aud if ho bail
been misrepresented as the letter claims,
we are much mistaken in our estimate of
the gentlemen if ho would hesitate a mo
ment to come personally to The Bulletin
office and ask that the matter be corrected,
and lastly, the words Used by Mr. Shorlo
are the plain facts of the ciice us regards the
Pope county Germans and the Germans in
every other county of Illinois und of Ohio
aud Indiana, and there is no reason w hy be
should not assert facts as does a goo.) In
dianapolis Republican iu the columns of
so partisan a Republican piper as the
Chicago Tribune, where, in its issue of
October 2dth. may be read by Democrats
aud Republicaus of any nationality or col
or the following:
"This afternoon I met a distinguished
Republican who has taken an active and
prominent part in the campaign, and he
favored me with a short interview in which
he set forth his views upon the situation,
lie started out by saying :"
"I confess to you that I see little in tho
out-look to encourage us. The German
vote I am satisfied, is going almost aoltlly
over to the Democracy, an I where we are
going to gain enough to offset that loss I
canuot discover. As I g over the stale I
look for the Prohibition Democrats that
aro flocking to the support of the Republi
can candidates, but they are like the old
fashioned 'milk sick' always in the next
county. I read and heard considerable
about this class, and the location of them
is stated, but when I reach the locality
they appeared to have vanished. Of course
there aro some Democrats who will vote
with us on this question, but they are not
in such numbers as will counter- balance
the loss wo will tustain because of the
DEATH OF A WELLKNOWN LADY.
Mrs. CV.thei ine Bri'oach died at her res
idence on Walnut street Sin 1 iy .Morning
near 1 o'clock. She had been sick for a
long time, part of the time with paralysis
when her life was much despaired of.
She was about, 47 years old, had
lived here for many years and
wa s very geticraly and favorably
known. She had been sinking steadily for
several days, but it was only Sunday that
the end was percieved to bo approaching.
Tho funeral took place yesterday after
noon at 2 o'clock, sei vices being held at the
residence and tho German Lutheran church
by Rev. Schuchardt, pastor of the church.
The remains wero interred at Villa Ridge,
to where they wero followed by a large
number of friends.
Deceased leaves two daughters, aged re
spectively fourteen and Bixtecu years, who
are the onlysurvivors of the family and are
veiy intelligent and promising young girls.
In a pecuniary way they arc well provided
for, deceased hiving left them some good
property which had been accumulati'd
principally by her husband wdio was an
energetic and popular businessman.
THE GREAT COMEDIAN.
From an advertisement published else
wheru it will bu seen that John Thompson
is to appear upon the Opera Houso Btsge
in this city on tho 4th inst. Tho Toronto
(Ontario) Globe speaks of him as follows:
"John Thompson, the Irish-Dutch-Hiili-an-Freiicli-Chinese-Engiisli-Hebrew-American
comedian, gave one of his. inimitable,
ludicrous iiever-to-be-lorgotteu perform
ances of " Around the World" at the Royal
Opera House last evening. The houso was
rammud, jammed, stuffed ami packed like
sardines in u box, and ho deserved it.
His songs took immflnsu, thu airs being
all new and "catchy. " Iu his dancing ho
was easy, greasy, loose as a rag and slippery
as an eel. His dancing Highland fling, as
tho Irish-woman said, would make a
wheelbarrow laugh. Ho pluyel on a
number of musical instruments, and in
doing so his legs and arms sci'ined to bo
hung on some new palent dotiblo back
action Horings: they were hero, there aud
everywhere ut the same time. Sometimes
the laughter and shouts wore defenlng.
He was ably supported by Miss Dottio
Nagle and Miss Mollle Thompson iu their
songs, duets ami piano accompaniments.
John Thompson is certainly tho boss
comedian; tho same bill to-night".
Is a crime; and ladies c.un not afford to do
without "Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription,"
why by preserving and restoring health,
preserves and restores that beauty which
depends on health.
MISS EMMA I. JAMES,
I'REBHYTERIAN church, eighth street,
novemuer 2, 1882.
1. Organ Corouation March, "Le Pro-
2. Organ Largo Handel
2. "As I view theto scenes bo charming,"
4. "Waiting" Mi'.lard
Miss Emma James.
5. Organ-Overture.. Rossini, I)udleyBuck
0. Sextet "Instant Vengeance," "Lucia,"
1. Organ--"LastRose of Summer" (varied)
.. Dudley Buck
2. "Down by the River-side I Stray,".
3. "Angel's Serenade" Braga
Miss Emma Jaines.
4. Organ Larghetto Spobr
a. Recitative and God Said )
b. Aria, On Mighty Pens )
fl. Organ March Spohr
Notlcim In 'M coin inn It, run 1 1 n e or lcci 23 cent
out) UiHurlluu ur l oi prr wii.-k.
ipoR BALK. Bond farm In Pop couutyf Ilia.,
2 mW from (ioicouda, llio county Beat. Tho
farm contilna 1 10 arroi well fenced, of which HO
acree are cleared and the balance la timber luud:
M. J. HOWJ.E Y, Real Emate Aeut.
17WJU ItKNr.-FurnUlieil room. Eleycutb. bt.
and Waxutiitfion avcirni. MRS. FARRALL.
LMilt HEN T. Furuirhed or iiufurulched rooms
at 'lie- Limbert Houm, on Kuveoti't-uth, bet woe a
Poplar aud Commercial areutie. tit,
NO. ONE FERRYBOAT FOR SALE.-IL1
f"ct lonji, as ft beam; will carry slxteeu two
home wait"!'- Price four thoiiKHiid dollar For
Information add ij W. A. t'ADE,
9 1'Jlin Leavunwortb Kanra.
POUS.VLE.-lllanli, Chsllal Muriate. Special
L Warranty and Warranty Deed at tb Bulletin
Jo'i iillli u TS Ohio I.evi'-i
T i ritIN rixo UKKICKS-Wo havn a larye
nock of ili-W, No. 1 "M" new tliat wa wu". ell to
pruiiiT only, in of not l- lUau two ream-, at
fI J 4d per ream canU. Addrv E A. Uarnutl. Bui
AN ft ur M horTfner upright encrini". In ir-iod
condition, tor! U foot horinoi.tal i "flue holler,
with all tho v;vm. pipe, new heaU-r, drive well
watertaik. etr , new mooke ftick all complete,
prcc IS). Address K. A Burnett, Cairo, 111. tf.
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
Wednesday Evening Nov. 1st.
N. 0. MINSTRELS
Formerly uuder the mauaTieDt of
J. II. IIAVERLY.
For a period of Brne yean. AGraud Cohort
Minstrel & Musical Artists
Compound rone but the leading li?hU of tho
profession. Look out for the
GRAND DAILY STREET PARADE
And the only baud of vol l bullion cornet tn thu
world. Adinluin .5:, 5 ia, aal 75;. No extra
cbariii for tdcurlnK .vats In advance. Ticlotts for
taUat Bnd"r't jewelry nore.
(JAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
Ono Night Only,
The World's Cltuaten ComodUn,
In llisOlorloai Comedy,
AROUND THE WORLD
A Roar of Laughter tu Throu Act. 331
PEOPLE LAUGH UNTIL THEY CRY
rtcperved aval on sale l Buder't J-wnlrv loro
Us M and 7V:. No extra chnrge for raxorved neat
MMMI illat 11
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street
T. HWOHH, l'rldent.
11. W1IL1.8, Cuahliir.
V, NAFF, Vicorre'nt
T, J. Uurth, Aa'l cash
F. Bm - Ca'ro I William KIulo. .Cairo
I'oti'f Nun" " William Wolf...,
m osuirioi. . i o. . i;ncf ;
U. A, Under " Ml. Well....
J. Y. Clom'on, Caledonia.;
A OB.lKRAb RANKING BUSINKHS DONE,
Kxchsog" "old and bought. Inturttt paid li
the Saving Department. Culloctlont mudu aud
all builne promptly attended to,