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SPECIAL LOflAL ITEMS.
Noticaa lii tnid column, elgnt Coutu pur lino for
Irat aud five couti per liua each HUlmoiiuuol iueer
dun. Kur on wotik. SUceula pur line. For olio
n orilb, lit) cnw pot line.
Elect r) Vapor and Mclicuted Bath,
a Bure cure f.tr Chills ami Fever, Rhetima
tism, Catarrh, Neuralgia, and all skin dis
eases hu J blood pOlSOUS.
I will yiv Medicated Hatha on Wednes
days and Saturdays. R ooinovcr Taber's.
W. II. Mauean, M.D.
Biff Auction Sale of Fine Furniture.
C)ii)inuucin'i on Friday, November J'l
1883 at 10 a. m. at Winter's Block, coaipris
iuir tbe outfit of 23 furnished rooms. Most
of this furniture is as good a uew H"d of
tha latest patterns, consisting of bedsteads
and budding, French droB.sers, bureaus,
wash mauls, wardrobes, center tables, car
pet, chairs china and tin toilet sots aud
heating stoves. Terms of sain Cash in hand.
50c. per Can,
Extra Selects, at DeBaun's.
Finest lot of window curtains in the
city at Jeff. Clark's. tf
GOOD READING FOR THOUGHTFUL
SHOULD UK CAUEKCLLY UK At) THAT COUKKCT
CONCLUSIONS "MAY BE AHKIVLD AT.
PAUL O. SCH UU,
Dkah Siu: Recognizing the fact that
there is to a certain extent, a mutual depen
dency existing between tho professions of
pharmacy and medicine, and feeling that a
better understanding of the function and
duties of tho two profession should be re
cognized and adhered to, we, of the medi
cal profession of Cairo, object to the T re
el unit habit of druggists of thi8 city, of
diagnosing diseases 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 legetimate 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
tho physicians who have writen them. The
above practice is injurious to both patient
and physicians; the patient often suflering
from the effects of improper medicine, and
the physician because Im is practically
held responsible for the action of the medi
cino he did not prescribe.
Again we hold that tho original owner
nf tho prescription loses his ownership in
tho same, s noon as it is once tilled and
placed on file, and that he has no right to
demand that it be taken from the file and
be refilled, except by the order of the pre
scribing physicians. We therefore ask
you to discontinue the practice.
After due deliberation, we the under
signed members of the "Medical Associa
tion of Cairo" have resolved not to patron
ize directly or indirectly, any druggist,
who shall after this date, I5e known to pre
scribe for any one requiring tho swvices of
h physician, or who shall refill or duplicate
prescriptions without the written or verbal
authority of the physician. Rospectlully,
W. R.Sm th, Prest. J. Q, Sullivan, V. P.
G. G. Pakkkh,Skc'y. J. J. floiuwir. J. H.
Buyant. C.W. Dunning. I). H. Pakkkk.
J. S. Pethik.
Tn thfl Public:
Although the above resolutions speak for
themselves, and although sny unprejudiced
person cun readily read between the Hues
the real motives prompting the Cairo Med-
ical Association to issue such a proclama-
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lion, 1 IIT1 line iiiiiiviii n iu ii iuai
I, lor my part, do not know tlmt I have
been deceiving the public during the last
19 years past and do not intend to deceive
it now. on the contary, I will try, in the
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luiurn, !W I nave 11. im: mm, . ...j
own busiiu--H and attend to the wants ot
my patrons to the best of my ability. II
am neither beooiso nor ulvi.no any one b
patronage, but my aim is to please each
and every one, who kindly favors me with
their calls. Rospectluliy,
Paul G. Schuh.
iu market nt DeBaun's 50 Ohio levee.
A Fine I5ai her Shop.
Wm. Alba, on Commercial avenue, has
the most extensive ami as lino an equipped
barber shoo as can be found in any city.
His employes are masters in the trade,
whose razors are always smooth and keen.
His fiHt&lilixhmcnt is largo enough to
moot any demand upon it without uuy tire
aome waitinir, and h s patrons go awny
pleased with him themselves and Ins work
Give him a trial.
New Hliu'kHmlth Shop.
A new horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Pow ers on Tenth street. All
manner of black-un thing and wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work done promptly.
go to DeBaun's, 30 Ohio levee.
at DeBaun's, 00 Ohio levee.
ICE I ICE II
Out of the Ore. cor. of 8th and Levee, mv
Icehouse and office is at present i the
fliuH ..run si usual, both wholt-silii ami
retail. vVagoni supply regularly every day.
THE DAILY UAIttO' BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER
on the plantations of J. W. Jefferson, ad
joining the village of Osceola, Ark. Good
wages und prompt weekly cash settle
ments. J. W. Jekkkksos & Co.,
Use Tub Uaiko Bulletin perforated
cratch-book, made of calendered jute
mnnilla, equally good tor ink or pencil. For
.sale, in three sizes, at. tho otuco. Pto. a ana
:. five and teucenta-cach by the single one,
by the dozen. Special discount on gross
lots to the trade.
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, fcc, I
will send a recipe that will cure you, khek
of ciiakok. This great remedy was
discover id liy a minister in South America.
Send a s-ill-iiddreesod envelope to the Rev.
JosKHi T, Inman, Station I)., New York
Don't lad to slop at Joe Uoneke'rs
Post Oilke Halo.ni for refreshments ot the
best si it. lmo.
Go, to Jeff. Clark's for fancy window
shades and everything pertaining thereto.tf
Mr. Joseph R moker is low established
in !iis new quarters at the corner of Four
teenth street atfd Washington avenue, and
Invites his friends tj call on him. lmo.
Ibwipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured a-i'l for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
The Post Office saloon by Jon Roneker
is one of the coolest, quieten', neatost and
best supplied resorts in the city. lmo.
fixtures at Jeff.
5(ie. iter Can,
Extra Selects, at PeBiun's.
Old Machinery Castings Waited
at Ronnie's new foundry for which the
highest prices will be paid in cash.
Call at No. 93 Ohio Levee.
tt John T. Rknniic
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Nottcei in itli column". n wnta nor una,
tnr in-mnlon unit whuthur marked or not, if calo.a-
l-t')d to f J'.va'ft any mtn't bu'tiiumi Interest aro
always paid for.
School r'dl lr-n will find The Bulle
tin scratch-books Nob. 2 and 3 tor sale at
Phil Saup's candy store. tf
The "German" will not be a popular
dance In Republican society circles this
Tho city council meets next Tuesday
mVhr. in first regular session duriug this
Sato may bo found for a good second.
hand shot gun; read the advertisement
among small notices.
The Methodist young ladies will give
their entertainment for the benefit of the
church next Thursday eveuing.
The board of directors of tho Cairo
atri.ct railwiiv r.omnanv is to meet uext
Monday, that being its regular monthly
Within the week a fine son was born
unto Mr. and Mrs. Loui9 uerocn, anu au
equally fine daughter unto Mr. and Mrs
T. W. Halliday.
"Jim" Orange created a disturbance
up-town again yesterday morning, uu
was arrested and lined six dollars and costs
by Magistrate Comings.
Mr. Samuel Orr has taken charge of
the guverment coal float, and he has beeu
,..,imiiriliii1, mnwi'ded in tho office of
irl'-iiuuter by Mr. John Con.
-The very latest wedding and ball pro
gra.nniH stationery ; also New Year cards,
worth 7.00 to 15.0t) the dozen cards
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' m.-u m '"'"'r'
Thu amount of the nunromittion for
,imn1l,,:ni, ti. HtR, mll4(, Sorintf
- I m
field, for or aguinst allowing which the
people will vote next Tuesday, is $531,
-The big sale of f'uruituro will bo re
sumed this morning at 9u o clock
atWiuter's Block. The best furniture was
reserved for this morning's sale. Attend
arly if you want good bargains.
How will Mr. Stratum, the Prohibition,
Republican candidate for state superin
tendent of public instruction reconcile him
Bolf to the whisky resolutions of his Re
publican Irieudsin Cook county?
Mr. Johu E. Henderson leaves this
morning for Ballard county, K"y., to bo gone
for several days on a visit to his nged
mother whom ho has not seen for some
time. Ho will bu accompanied a portion
of the way by Miss Mattio Pelrio.
Yesterday Mr. II. II. Candeo distrib
uted his fancy telephone directories among
the subscribers of tho exchange, and the
compliments which are expressed on all
hands prove how great a want they sup
plied ami how highly they are appreciated
-The J. W. Kimball Co. have estab
lished au iigency for the sale of organs and
pianos in Mrs. McCarthy's now brick, on
Commercial avenue. Several car-loads of
flue instiumhnts have beeu opened, aud
I are ready for the inspection of the public.
' Vl7 liaMa niK8' they say
systematically imposing upoa Mid nul-
treating una lur boys, was arrested yester-
dav morning, lust af'tor having played bis
pranks upon a little fellow not much more
than half his size. Magistrate Coinings
fined him five dollars and costs.
No rain was reported from any of tho
twenty-one points mentioned in Sergeant
W. II. Kay's weather bulletin last eveuing.
The thermometer ranged between 48 and
70 degrees above zero. At this point it
All the plaining mills in the city have
rnslw-d with work this season. Mr.
S. Walter's mill has beeu busy for several
days, and will probably be busy for sever
al weeks, dressing a quantity of lumber lor
tho Singer manufacturing company.
Col. Lowe, of PulaAi. was iu tin city
yesterday, looking for a site for a manu
facturing establishment to obtain an esti
mate of the cost of manufacturing his pa
tent hay, cotton or tobacco prese, L tt ;rs
.patent having beeu issued to him October
21th ult. The principle is entirely new and
mechanics -generally consider it bouud to
be a succes-e. -
Au agreement was entered iuto this
Monday eveuing between the pugilists
John L. Sullivan and James Elliott to tight
with small soft gloves tour rouuds in a 24
foot ring, December 9tb, either in Chicago,
Milwaukee or Pittsburg. Sullivan agrees
to give Elliott o00 and the gate receipts
if he docs uo,t knock him (Elliott) out of
time before the aspiration of four rouuds,
Mr. F. H. Thurman, proprietor of the
Wickliffe Tribuue, offers his paper for sale
because failing eyesight renders it difficult
for him to continue its publication. The
paper i9 one of the neatest and liveliest
little country exehauge we get, sIiowb every
sign ot prosperity and popular good will,"
nud would be a good investment for a live
Two over-grown boys were pelting each
other with rocks and dirt oil tho lower
portion of Walnut street yesterday morning
and one of the missels struck a passing
hnrwp. biicbed to a delivery wagon. The
animal made frantic endeavors to run, but
the brave driver, a mere youth, turned him
into a fence near by and thus prevented a
About this time compositions about
the "grey mantle of October" and about
'the deepgreeu of the pines being reflected
upon the Turquoise bloom of the autumn
skies," give place to prosy inatcr-of-fact
politics in the newspapers of th ) cou ur.
Yet a littlo while, however, and this will
bo no more. But while the political tide
lasts all ought to feel an interest iu it, nny-
how. If thero were less apathy upon the
subject we would have better governments.
A case to which the city ot Cairo was
a party was orougtit in toe supremo umu
at Springfield a few days, and the city ot-
Deals were summoned to appear thero
within tho last few days. The case was
one in which a mandamus was asked for
by a holder of the city's bonds, requiring
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the payment of interest thereon. Corpora
tion Counsel Gilbert gave the case his at
tcntion and no city officer had to appear
.-Sextant W. II. Ray's monthly report
for October tells us that the highest tern
pi.-rat ure at this point during that month
UM14 t tlic : mid 4th. and was 81; the
lowest was on the 21st, 45. The prevailing
direction of the wind was southwest, and
the total movement thereof was 4744 miles
t i i
The highest velocity was reaclieu ny me
wind on the 30th and was at the rate of 32
miles per hour. Rain fell on seven days
during the month.
We wouldn't have it go out for the
world, and only impart the secret in the
o.ri..i..u .,,iiii,iniii.i. Imt if Hon. Ihomas
M.Logan would just wear tho red in thok'Pt that tho war will
button bole of his coat, instead of or,
eh, we mean, if he would just part his hair
exactly in tho middle, it would bo a bill
limit exploit; ho would not ouly help his
chances ot election amazingly, but he
would bavu a mortgage on th: fair sex as
big as a barn.
Tho iron water pipe for Mr. W. R.
Halliday's mills came out alright iu the
trench back of the mill, not varryiug a foot
from the point where it was intended to
come. The statement tnat irom iweniy io
thirty leet more pipe had been forced in at
the other slope, than was necessary to reach
through tho levee, was an error
a miutaku had been made in counting the
number of sections of pipj used, Mou are
now at work connecting tho pipe with tho
pumping nppartus of the mill.
- Captain W. P. Halliday is having au
elevated roadway built in the lumberyards
of bis saw mill, on a level with the floor of
the milt. Tho roadway Is obotit fifteen feet
high, is all built of heavy timber, in a very
substantial way. The main track leads
from the mill, along Thirty-fourth street.
to Popular street, and from this main track
twctity-llvo or thirty others will branch out
at right angles, to every part of the yards,
The lumber as it comes IVom tho suw in
tho mill, will bo loaded upon carriages,
which will be drawn by mules to any part
of tho yards desired.
-Mr. John 0. Gault, recond vice-presi-
aunt ami general iraiuc manager of tho
uu ln , U0m gimca
that the report in Tuesday's Tribuuo that
the headquarters of the Waba.l, would bo
nuuuTuu w.uui( ni nti em-iy date is
. 'i"'y mid, Mr. uauit
says, mat Uncago 1 th0 place
where tho bulk of Wabash husiuess
la nutw tmnmu'ti'il. mill It ti i...i .
" ' "luruioro uiicomes
virtually uecessary to remove tho head
quarters of tho traffic department to this
point. The removal will be made as soon
as suitable offices cau bo secured.
Circuit Court did not convene yes
terday, but will this morning at tho usual
hour. The cases set for trial to-day aro
Emma P. Knight vs. Thomas Wilson.
Peter Neff vs. llobt. Smyth, Wm. Porter vs.
Sm ith & Bro. and J. A. Sullivan use eto
About one hundred and twenty-fivo
persons gathered at the court-house last
night to hear Hon. Ben. O. Jones and lion
Milo Irwin give forth Republican taffy. All
but about twenty-five were gentlemen of
color. Nothing worthy of refutation was
said by either of tho speakers, though they
wero frequently applauded.
With the close of October, trade is
found in somewhat of an unsteady condi
tion. 1 ho excellent weather of the past
few weeks lent inspiration to the bearish
tone of the local markot, but with the open
ing of November, and the very evident
opening of the wet season, an unsteady and
fluctuating market may be anticipated du
ring the preseut month. The' activity in
the corn market, which was steadily main
tained throughout October, will before the
close of November find itself transferred to
wheat and cereal will, judging from present
advices from at home and abroad, be given
its actual value, while at present it is arbi
Articles of incorporation huve been
tiled with the secretary of state by the
Soiiuirfiebl & Southern Railroad company.
which proposes to construct s road from
Springfield, in a southerly direction, to a
(H)ilt U(,011 tC e.,3t un ,,f t,e Mississip-
pi river iu Jackson county, with a branch
line in Montgomery or in Madison county
and lunuiug thence to East St. Louis. The
principal oflioe of this corporation is to be
located at Mtttoou, with the privilege of
removal to Springfield or any other pouit
on the liue. The capital stock is fixed at
fii)0,00f), with tho privilege of increasing
the same to $3,000,000, and the corporation
and first board of directors are Duncau C
Mclntvre. Ira James and Charles M. D.ilo
Mattoon; James C. Conkling aud Johu M
The Illinois oat crop of 1882, of 99
275,380 bushels, is the largest ever pro
duced in the state, and exceeds by 24,27-4
380 bmhels, the largest crop (1875) hcr;i
tofore produced iu the state. Tho oa' area
of 2.4(10.655 acres iust harvested, is the
largest ever seeded, and the average yiel
per acre oi 40 bushels lias been never sp
proached for over 20 years. The quality
is generally good, and the complaints of
loW ra,ly atfl are tho (.X(.eption. A large
. of the crop has been threxhed. aud
. , (i,.,.,,.,,.,! ,v Tlia before stack
ing or threshing is quite limited. The
r-ron is remaiKai) e. noiu as to extent oi
yi(jl(l'ftl)(i g00lj quality. The acreage of
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this crop, as returned by assessors in 1882
more nearly approaches tho full extent of
this cmp th m heretofore
Since the Ohio election, the Germans
of the country generally are bent upou re
forms of various kinds. And the9e attempts
at reform are not confined to politics alone
either, but will extend even to orthography
A movement is spoken of in this city to or
ganize a society of Germans, whose object
it shall be br.ict in conjunction with einn
lar societies in litis country and Europe, in
an endeavor to reform spelling in tho Ger
nmi language. The reform will be smii
lar to that sought to ho inaugurated by
Americans in the English language, ex
bo made more
(IllCCUy upon IIIC C-oiiBiiuwiiB iuihuuu ui iuc
vowels. Under this new sys'em Rath
(council) becomes Rat, and todt (dead), tot
It is to bo hoped that however no innovater
will be allowed to interfere with our goo
Rev. Gordon, of Jackson county spoke
to about fifty people at the hall of the Re
form club on Eighth street last night. Tb
HU(iunce W(i9 a InjX(.,i ono j emy wa,
There wero ladies, girls men and boys
Republicans, Democrats and Prohibition
ists, Groenbackers aud "crosses" between
all. There were about thirty men. Those
riot of tho Prohibition faith
were doubtless drawn there by tho an
nounceuiciit that Hon. Thomas
M, Logan would address tho mooting
But these were disappointed, for Mr. Logan
did not appear. Mr. Gordou's Bpeecli waB
a sort of milk-and-water, shadow-soup
ciieap-boarding bousec ollee, decide dly
homeopathic speech. It was devoid of
ft" force at least such portion
11 Hs wuh heard was
)nl' n simple, poorly Wormed man wil
"'V l'mt w manufacture of whisky wero
""ddeniy stopped iu this entire country, the
,'ll''ct uno" m" c'1rn market would be no
m"rt' than if com were withheld from
thickens, or that) tho Mississippi river would
bo allected it ho were to spit into it. And
ho reiterated this statement in deen earn
estimss. saving that ha'knuw whnrunt b
spoke, aud spoko facts. If this drivil was
mt siimi, no thcentirnpiwrnelirm.,! h.vn
reason to believe that it was) then there Is
no ponsibibty that it bad any different effect
upon tho minds ..nho hm.ni l.n tnA
water has upon an empty stomach.. But
Mr. Jordon had the ro.nnr.tfol ttnntio f
the little audience throughout his talk. The
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meeting aujourncl about v o'clock.
"Free trade," say tho protectionists,
would blow out every furnace, shut down
every mill, nn.l practically re-establish
slavery by degrading Americiu' labor."
According to political economists, a tariff
for revenue, only, such as England has, is
free trde." What are somo of tho effects
of the great tariff reform in Great Britain?
Why, she sells four or fiva times as much
as we do to Brazil, the Argentine Republic,
Chile. Peru: sho beats us in Central Ainerl-
ca. sullintr neailv thirty times as many
cottons, and iu Mexico, right at our owu
doors, she sells more than three times as
many cotton goods. Great Britiaa has
3,000,000 tons more shipping- than all the
other nations havo combined, and her own
tonnage has increased over 500 per cent,
since tho British Parliament repealed the
absurd navigation laws, part of theabdoni
nable system of protection which hindered
her commerce for centuries.
The readers of The Bulletin will re
member the murder of a man named Hen
derson, in Ballard county, by another named
J. W. Parker, some time ago. A dispatch
from New Orleans, under date of October
20th, says: "J. W. Parker, the man who
shot and killed lloudersou at Wickliffe,
Ky., in March last, was arrested at Orange,
Texas, on the 24th hut., while being con-
ducted from that place to Kentucky uudwr
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the charge ot Sheriff P. H. Gupton, of Bal
lard county, Ky., and a guard uamed Johu.
son, successfully hoodwinked them both,
and upon a pretext that bo wanted a pri
vate conversation with his wilo, who was
on the train, took advantage of a slacken
ing of speed and leaped off, two miles west
of Scott's Station, at 8 o'clock yesterday
morning, and bus not beeu re-capturcd
The fact that Parker's crime was commit
ted in sclf-uelenso and that his tamily are
highly respectable people becoming knowu
among the passengers, tho excited condi
tion of the Kentucky sheriff was the cause
of much merriment.
Vemior made a most dismal failure in
his prophecies for October, aud be has de
monslrate i himself to be utterly untrust
worthy at all times aud at all seasoiiK. He
Ints tho impudence to put out his bluck
board for November, however, as follows:
good amount of rain probable, with a
frosty snap about the 3d or 4'ii, and scat
tered Bnow flurries through western and
northern sections. The neighborhood of
the 7th probably stormy with rain, sleet
or snow, also 11th and 12th wet anddreary
PfoLmuiv l air iu most sections up i; i-t
or 10. Alter ttiejo u u-js v.-ry stormy
weather, with heavy snow fails, will pre
vail over a large portion of tho Lnited.
Stutes and Canada. Snow probable in
Arkansas and Missouri; storms at St. LouiB.
Cold in Northwest: cola and stormy in
Scotland and England; 18th aud 19th
very stormy weather aud snow-falls general
Cold snap duo about COih an I 21st. Frosts
lar to the southward, neighborhood of the
24th and 25th snow-storms, and Newfound
laud gulf gales. "2b' to 30 High winds in
northern sections entry of week. Storms
Scotch coast and generally on Atlantic
Prevalent winds north westerly and wes
terly." This mav or in iv not be fulfilled.
Most anybody cau sit down and make
such a guess of November weather.
THE ASHLAND AFFAIR.
Cincinnati, Nov. 2 The Granite State,
the steamboat that yesterday carried the
prisoners Neal aud Craft from Catlcttaburg
to Mav6vilb', reached hero this morning.
Her officers state that the boat was taken
into the service of the state by Maj. Allen,
u-lui i.rimnian.tu.1 llw.nl tf inulrit IW1 lunilinrT
except at Portsmouth. They did not land
eveu at Portsmouth aud reached Maysville
at 2 a. m.. where there was no excitement,
there being no news of tho trouble. The
prisoners who had been carefully kept in
one of the rooun at the end of the cabin
were transferred to the jail, and the officers
knew nothing more about them. They say
the pilot-home aod all the upper part of the
boatBhov bullet marks, but only two sol
diersand a roustabout weto injured by the
file by the men on the ferry-boat. One of
these was a drummer, who was hit iu the
hand. The other, a soldier, was hit in the
head. The wouuds aro not severe.
AN ENEMY IN DISGUISE.
Before tho nominating convention of tho
Republican party in this district, aud for sev
era! weeks after that date, many worthy citi
zens of Cairo candidly believed Captain
Thomas was a friend of Cairo. They had
not had time or oiiixirtuuitv to read the
Congressional Record, ami wero not iu
formed of the course of Thomas upon tho
river-iuipi'ovemeut question. They be
lievod Thomas was our lriend, aud as bucIi
they favored him. Ho claimed credit for
the nasshL'o of tho law establishing tho
Marino hospital at Cairo. But his claim
was utterly false, as tho Congressional
Record will bIiow. It is usual to place a
friend of a measure at tho head of the
committee to uct on that umsure. Thomas
was appointed Chairman of the Leveo Corn
mittee, although it was publicly known in
Washington that ho voted against river
improvement, lie was made chairman of
that committee bocauso he was expected to
rbi nothing as chairman, and the Congres
sioual Record shows that hb did nothing
AS CUA1HMAN 0 THAT COMMITTEE.
CAIRO ELECTRIC LIGHT COMPANY.
On Tuesday, incorporation papers wero
issued by the secretary of slate ut Spring-
field,to "The Cairo Electric Light ana
Power Company," capital stock fiu.uuw.
The incorporators aro W. P. Halliday, E.
W. Halliday, II. L. Halliday aud Thomas
The-object of the company is to furnish
olectnclit;lit to anyone who may wunt It, and
it will bu prepared to loso within a week
or ton (lays. I lie machinery u already on
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hand. An engine ot twelve Lorse power
of the latest improved type, and ao (dec
trie apparatus of two thousand candle
power are being put up in tho machine
rooms of The Halliday, from whence tho
steam aud electric power will eminate. It
islikelvthat several jots will be immedi-
diately put in different parts of the city:
one near The Halliday, one on tho wharf
boat and perhaps several at some of the One
residences in the city.
Thus does Cairo keep pace with the
Notice In this column tb too Unci or loss iScenti
onehisurtlon or 1 00 pi r weh.
BUY. A good double barrel
TT breech loader bot
bud. Any one with a
bt-roueifiiD for mla tit low price ran Dud a
purchaser by Inquiring at 1 lie Uallutln office. 8'.
irOK HSM.-FurniaUed rooms
1 and WanhiBjjton avenue.
A NO ONK KEKUrnOAT KOR HALE.-112
fet lonir. S 'eet Imam : win carrr lxteo two
home wagone. Prlcu four tbounuud dollara For
Information add ee W. A. ADK,
CV)R SALR. UlankK. Chntta! Morn.
- W arranty ana warranty oeeaa al tui
J it otllce TSOh in l,f vee
rPEAMU WANTED.-SO Rood scraping teaira
waatrd ImaiHutoly to work on the eorernuit-tit
work at M uud CUy. Wagi-a a 00 per day, pay
every two wdhkk Apply on the worn.
HUIM8 iS VI
T PKINTINO OFKICKS-We havo a larue
Mock of SMrtS, No. 1 "M" ua that wu wil". aell iu
Siriiiicra only, lu lota of not la than twon-ame, at
i'-' 40mir n-aio cmib. AddrenE A. Iluruelt. Bui
AN 8 r 10 horB povvi-r nnrliht eiiirln. tn eiod
condition, and i toot hornoutal 2 flue boilert,
with all 1 ho ys,vi, pi pen, new h- nter, drive wuli
waturtaaV. eic, new nmoke Urk all complete,
pr'coli. A'Uroaa K. A lianett, Oalro. III. tf.
A 5118 EM It NTS. -
TWO NIGHTS ONLY.
TlieStU) & WedllCStlay,
November 7th & 8th.
1JUAPKIIS "UOSPON DOU.
UNCLK TOM 'IS CABIN'
MISS KATE PARTINGTON and
MISS JESSIE MORTON.
Tho "V orld's Oreatpt
WILL II. DAVIDSON and
8 MAMMOTH BLuODriOUN'DS-fl
Kunerved Hta a
Keacrved teats at uuaer a
(j A I 111! 01 tiiiA IIUUlSL
Ono Mgdit Only,
The World' Cheated Comedian,
In Ilia Glorious Comedy,
GROUND THE WORLD
A Roar of Laugh tor ln Throe Acta.
PEOPLE LAUGH UNTIL THEY CRY
Kimorvcd attats oa aula at Bndor'a b wolry itor
i Maud 753. No extra charge for ro wrvod seat
JiJEW YORK STUliE,
WHOLES ALB AND RJ8TAIL. !
The Largest Variety Stoc!
IN TIIK CITY.
(OQ)8 SOLD VERY CLOS5
o. O. PAT1K It 6c OO..I
OOf.VtnctuonthltiaKt) , PinrAr 111
u tiftmmerela 1 A van do MUaU 1 JU