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THE DAILY CAIKO BULLETIN: THURSDAY AlOltNING, NOVEMBER 2, l.s2.
THE DAILY MJILETIN.
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E3TKHKD AT Tlt CA1IIO POrlTOFFlCB FOB
THANsMISMION TlIKOUdU THE HAILS AT 8KC
0MDCLAHIJKATK8. OflClAL PAPKlt UF CITY AND COUNTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice lu tn column, eiKtit cent per lluo fur
lint and Ave cum liar unit oacbaubiiequuiit. lliaor
tl.iu. Fur one w xk, ifcicouta per lino. For nnu
n outb, HO cunt pur llua.
Electro Vapor and Meiieateil Bath,
it sure euro fir Cnills mid Fever, Ilheuuia
tiatu, CnUrrli, Neiiraltfin, ami all bkia dis
eases an. I blond oisin.s.
I will i.'ivo Mediotiod Hutis on Wodnes
da) mind JSaturdup. Kouin over Tuber's.
W. 11. JIahkan, M.D.
hOi. per Can,
Extra Selects, at DeB nun's.
GOOD HEADING FOR THOUGHTFUL
8UOCLU I1H CAUEFL'LLY HKAUTUAT COllHLCT
CO.NCLCSlOSs MAY UK AKHIVKU AT.
l'AL'L 0. SCIIL'U,
Devk Sir: Ileconizinir tliu fucf Hint
there is to h certain extent, i mutual depen
dency existing between tliu pro-tensions of
pharmacy ami medicine, and feeling that a
better understanding of the function nnd
duties of the. two profession should be re
cognized and adhered to, we, of the luedi
cal profession of Cure, object to the fre
quent habit of druibts ot tliu city, of
diagnosing diseases and jrescribins medi
cines, for Uie following reasons :
First. The science of pharmacy does
uot include a knowledge of the science of
Second. You are violating the medical
practice act, by so doing, and robbing the
physicim of their leuetimato business.
Third. You are practising deception
upon the sick ; therefore we ask you to ad
here to the law governing the 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 writeu them. The
above practice is injurious to both p-itient
and physiciaus; the patient often sulloring
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 prescribe.
Again we hold that the original owner
of the prescription lopes his ownership iu
the same, ns soon as it fs once filled and
placed on file, ami that ho lias no right to
demand that it be taken from the file and
be refilled, except by the order of the pre
Bcribing physicians. We therefore ask
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 ir 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. Respectfully,
W. R.S.vitii, Prrsf'. J. C. Sii.i.ivan, V. I'.
G. G. Pakker, Skc'y. J. J. Gokdon. J. II.
RllYANT. C.W. Dl'.nmno. I). II. Pakkeu.
J. r$. F'ethik.
To the Public:
Although the above resolutions speak for
themselves, and although any unprejudiced
person can readily read between tho lines
the real motives prompting the Cairo Med
ical Association tu 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 tho last
19 years pBst and do Dot intend to deceive
it now, on tho coiitury, I will try, in the
futuro, as I have in toe past, to mind my
own business and attend to the wants of
my patrons to the best of my ability. I
am neither nicootso nor' buying any one's
patronage, but my aim is to please each
and every one, who kindly favors mo with
their calls. Respectfully,
Paul G. Pencil.
in market at PeBaun's 5(1 Ohio levee.
A Fine Harbor .Shop. -Win.
Alba, ou Commercial avenue, has
the most extensive and as line an equipped
barber shop as can be fount! in any city.
His employes are misters in the trade,
.whose razors are always smooth and koen.
His establishment u large enough to
meet any demand upon it without auy tire
somo waiting; and h.s patrons go away
pleased with him themselves and his work.
Give him 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 wsgon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work done promptly. tf
go tolJeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
Wanted Men ami Teams.
Five hundred station men und 200 good
scraper teams on Kansas City, Springfield
aud Memphis railroad. Material is ft mix
ture of clay and sand. Price of station
work, i:j to 10c per yard; teams, 81.00 per
day; teamsters, i20 per month id board;
day laborers, fl. 75 per day. Apply to p.
Mockler, Railroad House, Commercial ave
nue, between 4th and 0th, Cairo, III., or to
Bkthc.ne, Smith &Co., Contractors,
Post oflko, Jom-sbo, Ark.
at DeBaun's, 5H Ohio levee.
ICE I ICE11
Out of J he Are, cor. of 8ih and Levoc, my
icehouse aud olllcti is at present . the
City Brwwery, on W'aehinuton avenue, No
tween 6th aud 9th streets Orders will he
filled iftnio as usual, both wholesale and
retail. Wgom nuppljr regularly every day.
COU. 12l'U AND WASHINGTON AV.,
10 O'CLOCK A.M., THURSDAY,
NuVEMUKK 3, 1882,
consisting of Bedsteads, llnroaus, Watdi
stands, Carpets, Chairs, Mattresses, Red
Springs, Tables, Pictures, &c, &c.
2t Thoh. Winter, Auctioneer,
outho plantations of J. W. Jelfeison, ad
joining the village of Osceola, Ark. (rood
wages and prompt weekly cash settle
ments. J. V. Jekkeiison & Co.,
Use Tiik Cairo Rum.ktin poifoiatcd
cratch-book, made of calendered jute
UMinilla, equally good for Ink or pencil. For
sale, in three sizes, at tho oiliee. No. 2 and
i. live and ten cenu each by the single one,
by the dozen. Special discount on gross
lots to the trade.
To all who are suffering from tho errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
nubS, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
w ill send a recipe lint will cure you, FREE
OF CHARGE. This gTeat remedy was
discovered by h minister in South America.
.Send a sell -addressed envelope to the Rev.
Josti'ii T. Inman, .Station P., New York
Big Auction Sale of Fine Furniture.
Com in Micinj; on Friday, November JJd
1382 at 10 a. m. at Winter s IJiock, o.npria
iug tho outfit of 2") furnished rooms. Most
of this furniture is in good ns new and of
the latest patterns, consisting of bedsteads
and bedding", French diesters, bureaus,
wash si.vi w irdrohei, cuter tables, cur
p'ts, chiirschbri an 1 tin toilet sets and
heating stoves. Terms of sale Ca.;h in hand.
In countries where malaria is prevalent,
or where the climate is suhpet to sudden
changes should be found iu every house
Kiown's Iron Bitters.
Finest lot of window curtains
city at .Mf. Clark's. t
Don't fail to stop at Joe Roneko'rs
Post office saloon for refreshments ot the
bcrt sort. lmo.
Go to Jeff. Clark's for fancy window
shades and everything pertaining thereto.tf
Mr. Joseph Roneker is i.ow established
in his nuw quarters at the corner of Four
teenth street and Washington avenue, aud
Invites his friends tj call on him. lmo.
Receipt books, Cairo dateline, perfora
ted stub, suited to auy business, manufac
tured aud for salo at tho Cairo Bulletin
The Post Office saloon by Joe Rotieker
is onu of tho coolest, quietest, neatest and
best supplied resorts iu the city. lino.
shades and fixtures at
5 Oe. per Can,
Extra Selects, at Doll inn's.
Old Machinery Castings Wanted
at Rennie's new foundry for which the
highest prices will.be paid in cash.
Call at No. 1)3 Ohio Levee.
t( John T. Rennie.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices Iu thone coininn. in runt bur Him,
inrii iTrtfon unit whether mnrkml or not, if calm
1 ,ti'd tn fowii'tt any m ill's b'lelnc lnnrHt sru
always paid fur.
Renieti'ber tho Organ Recital at the
Presbyterian church to-night.
All kinds ot Inks and Writing Fluids
cheap at Schuh's. 2t
0. D. Williamson lias a car load of fine
red It. wa onions on the trick. It
Schoolchildren will find The Bulle
tin scratch-books Jos. 2 and !) tor sale at
Phil Saup's candy st ne. tf
Tho caseot II. Elliott vs. U. S. Mar
shal Peter Saup was still on the trial in tho
circuit com I all dy yesterday.
Feather Dusters, iV' sh stock, single or
by the dozen, cheap. Go ami Seo them at
PaultJ. S.'huh's. 2t
The rain of last evening aud night
will ayain stop tho work on tho levee for
Hogan & Serbiirfl, contractors, adver
tise for teams $8.00 per day to work on tliu
government road ut Mount! City. See new
Chas. Hardy will in n few days organ
izo a dancing class for young men. Those
desiring information as to terms may in
quire at Mouco's saloon, th st. It
Work on ther.ily'slevee which had been
stepped by the rain was resumed yesterday,
under the immediate direction of street
commissioner B,iird. "
Joseph McCluro, C. Muun and James
Oilmnre were each linetl the UMial sum by
Magistrate Coinings yesterday, for being
in a slate of beastly intoxication.
Tho very latest wedding and ball pro
gramme stationery; also Nuw Year curds,
worth 7.00 to 15.00 tho dozen cards
iuh bo seen at The Bulletin job ofllct'.Bt
Hon. P, M. Youngblood was In tho city
yosterday on his way back from Pulaski
county where ho lias been ruuklrig a thor
ough canvas. Ho is Banguino of suc
cess. Tho Knights of tho Golden rule have
paidto Mrs, Torrey tho 11,000 duo ou ben
outs for membership on her lato husband,
and have also paid another installment on
t the claim of tho widow of Mr. James Biggs.
Mr. Jako Albright is again to take
charge of the yards of tho Wabash railroad
at this point. Ho was here in tho same
capacity somo timo ago, when ho made
many friends hero and proved his capacity
for tho duties of Ids position.
Tho steamer City of Helena, while
lying at tho wharf boat here yesterday
morning, swung around ami ran her bow
over guards of tho wharf, breaking scvcial
of tho uprights wider the porch.
Dr. Jones will leave Caiio to-day for
New Orleans carrying with him a good im
pression of our city, ita people and business
euterpiises. His article on Cairo has been
delayed somewhat but is certain to appear
inside of ten days.
Grand Coucort at tho Presbj toiian
church to-night. Take your sisters, your
cousins and your aunt, and go get iii"io
than your moneys worth and pay a de
served compliment to an energecand do
siiving young lady.
Dr. Parker was yesterday called upon
to set tho broken arm of liitlo Willie Dab
uey, who fell from an elevation of some
kind in the new building of Mr. Conrad
Alba, in course of erection at the comer of
1 6 tli strict and Washington uvenuo.
Since yesterday Miss Laura Rennie is
book-keeper in the establishment of Mr. S,
Walters, ami Miss Josie Winter has ac
cepted tho positiou vucated by Miss R-u-nio
ut the desk in tho quecuswaro house of
Mr. Daniel Ilaitman.
Much exciteumut prevailed hero during
yesterday afternoon, owing to a report that
a ilcs'.ruelivo storm had occurred ut St.
Loui in the morning, and that it was com
ing this way. Whatever may have been
the case at St. Louis, there was no storm of
any dangerous character here.
"What do you think about politics?-'
asked a good Republican of The Bulle
tin man ye.itcrday. "What do you think
yourself,"' came tliu evasivo answer. "Oh,
I think," said the good Republican, 'jtliat
everything would be much better, if every
thing was not so ba 1." And the conversa
tion ended in a good-natured laugh all
Mr. Gauss, of Chicago, who delivered a
german speech for Republicans here some
time ago, is to canvass Jackson county,
making hpeichos in both German and Kn
glish. Ho speaks at Chester to-day. For
his own comfort we hope that be may not
again have occasion to say us lie did here,
"I am sorry to to see so many who are not
here, but who ought to be here."
Jules Vcrnu writes graphically of an
Englishman who went around the world in
80 days. John Thompson makes the Banu
trip at the Opera Uouso Saturday night,
November 4, inside of four hours, anttyakes
tho entire audience along at the small price
of fifty, scventy-flvo aud twenty-five" cents
each. Tickets with staterooms can bo had
A towboitmin named Charles Cole
man, a general rough character, impose 1'
upon a negro nt the corner of 12th street
and Commercial avenue last night, and the
negro drew ,i knifo ami stabbed him in the
back of the head, causing a wound which
was last night suppisedto bo of a serious
character. From what we could learn last
night the negro was not much to blame.
John Thompson who appears upon the
Opera House stage Saturday night, is,
without doubt, the most accomplished char
acter actor in the United States. His per
fect familiarity with the Irish, Dutch,
Chinese, Italian, French and Hebrew char
acter renders it possible to entertain an au
dience as few other actors can. Budur sells
tickets including reserved seats at 7oc,
50c. aud 2")C
A new time card takes effect on the
Wabash road Sunday morning, the oth
instant, Passenger trains will then leave at
4 o'clock p. m. and arrive at 10 o'clock a.
m. There has also been a great reduction
of rates to Louisville. Ky., nut! New Al
bann, In !. The present rate to the former
place is .tS.05, unlimited, instead of iftf.7r,
limited, us heretofore. And tho present
rate to tho latter place is unlimited,
instead of $!).,() as belore.
Two men attempted to board a skiff
below tho ferryboat landing yesterday
morning. One of them was under the in
fluence of liquor ami the skiff win slightly
over the influence ut moving water. Tho
two influences seemed to conspire for tho
destruction of tho man, and he was dumped
overboard head first. But the accident oc
cured close to shore, the water was uot
deep, und tho other m in rescued tho vic
tim of two antagonistic influences. Both
men were fishermen from "across the
Last night after dark a man, a woman,
a boy, a girl, and a dog wero unking their
way in Indian file down Eighth stroct,
along the southerly side thereof, from Ohio
levee toward Commercial avenue. When
about thirty feet from tho corner the man
who was in tho lead, slipped down tho side
of the street and rolled down into tho va
cant lot, whore ho lay and groaned over a
sprained anklo until his companions
clambered down and assisted him up and
homo wherever that was. Further common t
I The Gold-Horned bund of tho Orig
inal iNew uricans minstrels drew large
crowds of music-lovers in all parts of the
city ye. terday afternoon. There wero 12
members of the band including the drum
mers, all dressed in noal, black uniforms.
Tho horns wero beauties, of puro gold,
with flowery carvings. The music was per
haps the sweetest ever heard here. There
was not a harsh note, all was harmony.
Tho band was followed around tho city by
an admiring crowd, and sidewalks, win
dows, doors and porches wero crowdo 1 at
many points along the lino of march.
Tho rain was the cause of a rather
small audienco at the Opera Uouso last
night to witness tho New Orleans minstrels.
But for tho rain thero would lntvo
been a much larger house. Those who wont
to the number of between threo and four
hundred, witnessed a good performance
so far as songs and music were concerned,
all of which was really tine, but the sketches
and some of tho jokes wero stale. Iu fact,
aside from tho music and songs, the per
formance was not what those present had u
right to expect, though, on tho whole, they
received the lull worth of their money and
trouble, and most of tho gallery was very
well plctsud if frequent applause aud
laughter was any indication.
Men wero still at work yesterday
forcing a pipu through Ohio leveo tor Mr.
W. R. HaHiday's corn meal mills. It was
expected tint the pipe would huvo pierced
the levee and come forth in the trench back
of the mills Tuesday night; but though
yesterday at noon twenty, feet more than
weio ucceHsarry to reach through tho levee
on a straight line hud been forced in, there
was no sign of its coming forth iu the
trench. It seems, therefore, that the pipe
bus. again diverged and will como out at
some unexpected place.
Two negroes fought like tigels for
about tlneo minutes on Railroad street
near Fourteenth yesterday afternoon,
Je doti.y was the camo of tho "quarrel, a
"yail-ir gal" was the object of the jealously
ai;tl the was also tho wife of one ol the
pugilists. The Darwinian theory as to the
suivivitl of the fittest m iy
have been exemplified iu this
in.it.mco but the law of the land which h id
declared that tho "Yaller Gal" belonged
to h ii- hu i'u i 1 w n si lly demolished,
for the husband gut licked and the
other fellow took tho "gal."
A meeting of the board of directors of
the Cairo Public Libniry aud RoaJiog
R loin was held at tho Library room on
Tuesday afternoon a 3 o'clock. Important
business was transacted, including the
adoption of By Laws lor the government of
the organiz itiou, ant conduct of the Libra
ry anil the unanimous election by tliu diree
torsofMrs. P. E. Powell as librarian. Ar
rangements were made for opening the
library in a short time, for two afternoons
and one evening cf each week. Tho o!H-
cers of tho board of directors . elected for
the cusueing year were, President, W. P.
Halliday; Vice-President, Mrs. A. E. Saf
ford; Secretary, Mrs. II. II. Candee, Fi
nance Committee, Mrs. A.E. Safford, Mr.
Wood Rittenhouso, Mrs. P. A. Taylor; Li
brary Committee, Mr. W. R. Smith, Rev. B.
Y. George, Mrs. II. II. Candee. Tho libra
ry will remain in its present quarters for
The following well deserve? Compli
ment to Hon. John H. Oberly. the energet
ic chairman of the Illinois state Democrat
ic central committee, comes from the Clin
ton D-mocrat, of Lock Haven, Peon:
"While the party of bosses and spoils is
rapidly losing its foothold in Pennsylvania
it is gratifying to know that in Illinois it is
"getting good and ready" to tnko a lontr-hoped-for
and permanent trip up Salt river.
Both the Democratic aud Republican part
ies of Illinois have their state tickets in
the field and hayu thoroughly organized
for the champaign with Hon. Jno. H. Ober
ly us chairman of the Democratic htate
committee and "Long" Jones as chairman
of tho Republican statu committee. Iu the
selection of Mr. Oberly to this important
and arduous position tho lllinoss Demo
cracy exhibited an uncommon degree of
wisdom. Hois without question ono of
the tmrewdest and far seeing politicians in
the state and an able and eloquent
ontorjif unrivaled popularity within its
borders. His selection means a discreet,
aggressive and successful tight. In an in
terview with a Chicago Times representa
tive ho expresses himself as confident of
micceks, while "Long" Jocs says ho does
not believe his state is by any means sure
for the Republican party. Mr. Jones must
have a long head indeed ami get up early
in the morning if ho hop'.s to succeesfully
extricate his party from tho unenviable
position into which it has blundered by
ita dyceitl'ulncss ami assumed lovo for Pro
hibition. Mr Oberly 's father, it maybe
added, was in years gone hy a prosperous
and influential farmer of tho Keystone
state, and iu consequence tho honorable
Johufilill wears a few grains oV hay seed in
his very bushy head of hair to the edifica
tion of his uuny Granger friends."
Tuesday fotunom at Nashville, Tenn.,
Mr. W. G. Davis ami Miss Annio Scratch
wero united in marriage.
Mr. Davis is manager of the Cairo Oil
works aud is a gentleman who, during
his comparatively short stay among us, has
gained the esteem and respect of every one
with whom ho has como. iu contact. In
his marriage "tho society of tho singlo" in
this city has lost one of its most popular
members .Mrs. Davis is tho daughter of a
well-to-do widow lady of Nashville, and
was an ornament to society thero.
The couple arrived in this city yesterday,
taking up their quarters at Tho llalliday,
where they wore received by a hoBt of tho
friends of tho groom.
A DISTINGUISH ED PASSENGER.
On the Iron Mountain train which left
tho Union depot in this city yosterday was
alittlo woman, a little old woman, neither
good nor bail looking, just betwixt -and
between; dressed in a dress of subdued
color and plainly made, and a hat trimmed
with a singlo maroon colored feather and a
few ribbons and spangles. Shu wore also a
satchel and a handkerchief by her side and
a dark veil partly over her face. She was
seated by herself in a seat near tho rear
end of tho car and sc. ni id to bo occupied
with her thoughts, to the exclusion of wdiat
was passing around her. She would not
havo attracted any attention from any ono
who diil nut know her, but a gentlemen
who had seen her biforo ami who had
heard of her as millions of other people
also have, took the liberty to'uddrcss her.
"Excuse me, madam," said tho gentle
man, "but isn't your name. Mrs. Jesse
The -little woman looked up iu a puz
zled sort of way, evidently surprised that
any one hero should address her by her
name, and she answered by the inonosyUble
"May I ask w hat the reason ol your
pretence here is '" continued the gentleman.
Without any confusion or hei-itation Mrs
James answered th it she w as on her way
from lluotsville. Ala., to Kansas City, but
I'uri her tluu this shu said nothing, and her
curioiH intei viewer took his leiive with a
few words of apology.
A DESPERATE BREAK.
There is p siiiv, reliable informa'.ion
that Governor Culloin w!io is one of the
Republican candidates belore the next leg
islature, for t!ij senate, to tueceed David
Davis, is no v nuking desperate ffrtsto
procure the election of su -!i can li 1 ites
to the next legislature as will
give him their voices unJ iuiluence.
As governtr of tho state he hai ontrol
of a large force of office holders who will
work for him eirly a:id l ite, to the neglect
of their own an 1 tho states affnrs. Bat iu
addition to this it is now known that iu
nearly every district in tin sta'e be will
have his emissaries a day or two before the
election, who are intruded to "trade
votes on anything for members of the
general "assembly." Culloin recognizes the
fact that if he would win in the race for
the senate, he must use vigorous mea urij?,
ami he h is instruct! 1 hit agents to "sacri
fice state, congressional and county tickets
in order to win the legislature", fr himself.
Democrats should therefore boon their
guird. The race for senator lies now vir
tually between Culloin and a Democrat. If
the Democrats are wise and awake to their
own interests, Davis' hiieivssor will be oni
of their own political faith. B itinsrder
to accomplish this every Democratic candi
date for tho legislature must receive the
full vote of his party; there must be no
"plumping" in this district but a full vote
and an" even division. If this is not the
case, one of the Democratic candidates in
this district may he'defeated, and such de
feat may result in the d'. font of a Demo
cratic candidate for the United States
senate in the next legislature.
That thero is id necessity whatever for
"plumping" in order to save one or the oth
er of the Democratic candidates iu this
senatorial district, is sufficiently guaranteed
by the live Democratic majority of nine
hundred ami seven which stands forth from
the vote of 1880. That the Democracy has
success within its reach, almost within its
grasp, is admitted even by well posted Re
publicans. The Democracy is harmonious
everywhere; the tickets of the party in
every part of the stale have-tho undivided
Bupport of all tho voiers of tl.o Democratic
faith; tho central committee is active, is
operating tho political machinery of the
paity ably aud cuergeticafiy aud effectual
ly, and if tho voters will do their duty as
they see it plainly before tin in success is
ours in every department of the stato and
Perhaps no better proof of tho certainty
f Democratic success under wiso nnmge
uieut could be asked than the nervous anx
iety of the Republican manageia of tho
campaign Wo will say nothing about the
discouragoiu'( reports of Republican cor
respondents in Republcan counties, writing
to Republican papers. The following letter
received hero a short time ago by a
gentleman who in not quite so good a
Republican as ho onoo was, will prove
Rkfcumcax State Centiial Committee
Guam Pacific Hotel,
Ciiicaoo. Oct. 1. 1882.
Peak St it -Success at the ensuiiiL' eteu
turn depends largely ou the personal efforts
of active Republicans, and, knowing your
devotion to the party in the past, I appeal
to you with confidence and ask you to
contribute us far as you can to tho success
of ti e straight Republican ticket. Person
al wor k is needed, and I trust you will see
to it that all Republican voters aro out on
election day. Truly yours,
Daniel Suei'aiid, Secretary.
Democrats must now take advantage of
the discomfiture of their opponents nnd
meet tho desperate moans to bo employed
by Cullomnnd his emissaries with a full
vote and a firm stand for all their candi
is a crime; and ladies can not afford to do
without "Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription,''
why by preserving and restoring health,
preserves and restoros that beauty which
depends on hoalth.
UIVKN II Y
MISS EMMA I. JAMES,
I'UEBUYTEKIAN CirilKCII, KIOIIT1I BTUEKT,
NOVKMUEK 2, 1882.
!. Organ Coronation Mrch, "Lo Pro-
2. Organ Largo Handel
2. "As I view these scenes so charming,"
4. "Waiting" Millard
Miss Emma James.
5. Organ-Overture.. Rossini, DudleyjBuck
(J. Sextet "Instant Vengeance," "Lucia,"
1. Organ-"Last Rose of Summer" (varied)
. . , Dudley Buck
2. "Down by the River side I Stray,"
3. "Angel's Serenade" Braga
Miss Eruma" Juuics.
4. Organ Larghetto Spohr
a. Recitative nnd God Said J
b. Aria, On Mighty Pens )
0. Organ March fpohr
Tickets for sale at all tho stores, 23c and
Notice in tluu column lb rev ltut-i or li'cn ittccnti
oiioluiturlluu or $1(0 nr week.
yoli 8ALK.-V Koofl fiirm 1u I'ope ceuetr, III ,
2 mlliM (roid liokood t, tho county n ut Trei
form I'nnUlo 1 in cru well feucutl, of wbic.li S'l
W ret art) cleared And the bnluc l iln hi r lnul.
M.J. UOW'LKY, Kent KUt AkoiiI.
noil HUNT -KuruifbiJ roomn. KlnT- nlb M.
I ami UVnuitloD ivenuu. MiiS. i-'AHKALL.
IOK HEN r.-Furn'.phi-d or imfnrnirhed room"
' Jio Llmbi'rt lloane, ou Hcveutei'titb. between
Poplar ami Commercial avenue. Ot.
NO. ONK HERKYBOAT FOIt SALE -112
V fot Ion. JS 'eel beam; will carry !xifi!n two
hnre wihjkii. t'rV four thonnnl dollar Fur
Information add . W. A. CADE.
Smitn Leavunworth Kanra.
L'oll HALE. HUiik. CbalM' Morgagv. Special
f Warranty and Warranty D -cila at tb Bulletin
J oi uflleii ?s hi Levee
'PRAMS W,NTEI) -.'i ifood icraijltiK Itini
I wanted tinmed'ately to worn on t Ue (jorernnient
won al MiundCity. Wane $:) 00 per day. pay
every to week Apply on the work
IKKiaN 4 SAHH1AN, CoutractoM.
November 1. InsJ
T MUN'TIXU OHKK'KS-Wo bav a lart'O
Ktockoraixlrt, No. 1 "M" ni that wo wll' cl to
printer only. In lota of not le tban two r am, at
$.' 4"perream caxb. AddruaaK A. Harnett. Hul
1 tin Otllce.
AS gr 10 horo power uprUht engine, In lood
condition, aod li font horlxonl.il 2 flat) boiler,
null all the valve, pipe, new heater, drive well
atertank. etc., new look euek a'l complete,
price !.. Addreo K. A Uunett, Ualro, III. if.
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
One Xijf lit Only,
Tb World' tlieatm Comedian,
In Hip Ulotlotii ComHy,
AROUND THE WORLD
A How of Laughter In Three Act.
PEOPLE LAUGH UNTIL THEY CRY
Reserved ait on aalo at finder's juwulrv itora
ii 6 1 and "3c. No oxtn cliariji! for toserved seats
(fl.OUP GRAIN AM) HAY
Egyptian Flooring Mi lis
KiehcHtCash Price Paid for Wheat.
Commercial Aveuuo and Eighth Street
F.HH088, President. I P. NitFF, VlcoPronV
II. WELLS, CimUlur. I T. J. Kortb, Asa't caul
HI I'M! I. IV M !
F. BroM Cairo I William ICIiilo. ,Cal
Pou r Nun" " Wllllnin Woll.... )
CM (Morluh O. . Patlur
a. A. Budor " ii.i"
J, y, Clemn, Caledonia.,
AGKN'HItA'. BANKING HUSINKMS DO
Vvak.H .... mA art I kjtll irM 'T h t
tlioSfivlnK DoprlMmt. Collucttuu iuhu
mu DBtuieil jiruiuy.' auuuuuu iu.
ITA VI nCIAAT