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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY JUOUNING, NOVEMBER 5, 1,82.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
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SPECIAL LORAL ITEMS.
Notices in i run column, eignt ceiils per llae for
fret sud Ave ceute ptr liue each subsequent ineer
Ion. For ouu 3o cents pur lira. For one
u uulb. ts1 cent per ltuo.
Electro Vapor and Mc Heated Bath,
a sure cure for Chills and Fever, Rheuma
tism, Catarrh, Ntfurnlyii, and all bkia dis
cases mi l blood poisons.
I will u'wu M(!'iicHtel Hatha on Wednes
days and Saturd tys. Room over Tuber's.
W. II. Markan, M.I).
Bl? Auction Salt of Fino Furniture.
Cimiai-noiiii on Friday, November ad
1882 at 10 a. in. at Winter's Block, coaipria
inn the outfit of 25 furnished rooms. Most
of this furniture is a wm its new tout of
the latest patterns, consisting of bedsteads
ami bedding, French drcswrs, bureaus,
wash stau Is, wardrobes center tables, car
pets, chairs china and tin toilet sets and
lieatingstovcs. Terms of sale Cash in hand.
50c per t'au,
Hfctra Selects, at DeBauu's.
Finest lot of window curtaius in the
city at Jeff. Clark's. tf
GOOD HEADING FOB THOUGHTFUL
6UOCU) HE CAUtKCU-Y HEAD THAT COKUKCT
CONCUSlOSS MAY UK AHlllVtU AT.
l'AL'L 0. SCHL'tl.
Deah Sik: Heco-uixiug the fact that
there is to a certain extent, a mutual depen
dency cxistiug between the professions of
pharmacy and medicine, and feeling that a
better Understanding f the function and
duties of the two profession should be re
conized and adhered to, we, of the medi
cal profession of Cai'o, object to the fre
quent habit of druggists ol thia city, of
disposing diseases aud prescribing medi
cines, for tlio following reasons:
First. The scienco of pharmacy does
not include a knowledge of the science of
Second. You are violating the medical
practice act, by so doing, and lobbing the
pbysicitns of their leelimate business.
Third. You nro practising deception
upon the sick ; therefore we ask 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
the physicinus who have writen them. The
above practice is injurious to both patient
and physicians; the patient often suffering
from the effects of improper medicine, and
the physician because lie 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 Iose9 his ownership in
the same, rs soon as it is onco filled and
placed on file, and that ho has no right to
demand that it be taken from the file and
bo refilled, except by the order of the pre
scribing physicians. Wo therefore ask
you to discontinue the practice.
After due deliberation, wo the under
binned members of the "Medical Associa
tion of Cairo" havo resolved uot 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. Respectfully,
W. K.Sm.th, Prest. J. C. Sh.i.ivan, V. P.
G. O. Pakkkk, Sec'y. J.J.Ookdon. J. H.
Bhyant. C. W. Dunking. 1). II. Paukf.h.
J. S. Pkthib.
To lbs Public:
Although the above resolutions speak for
themselves, aud although any unprejudiced
person can readily read between thu lines
the real motives prompting the Cairo Med
ical Association to issue such a proclama
tion, I feel like making a few remarks:
" I, for my put, 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 the contary, I will try, in the.
futuro, as I have in tne past, to mind my
own business- and attend to the wsnts of
my patioris to t lie best of my ability. I
aui neither mjooimi nor DUYI.no any one's
patronage, but my aim is to please each
and every one, who kindly favors me with
their calls, Respectfully,
P.MMi 0. S'llCH.
Established 1 SO-J.
iu market at DeBauu's .VI Ohio levee.
A Fine Barber .Shop.
Win. Alba, uii Commercial avenue, has
the most extensive and as One an equipped
burlier simp as can tie found in any city.
Ilia employes are m isters in the 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 h s patrons go awsy
pleased with hi in themselves and his work.
Uiyo him a trial.
New Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shooing shoo has been open
ed by Mr. p. Powers on Tenth street. All
manner of black-on ithiuir aud wuiion work
done to order. Repiiriug work a specialty.
vt orK clone promptly. fl
g to Dulla ui's, no Ohio levee.
at DoBaun's, 60 Ohio levee,
Out nf tlio fire. cor. of Hih nnil Livnr. m
Ice houo una ofOeo is at present it the
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, So.
tween 8lh and Dili streets. Orders will bo
filled same as usual, both wholesale and
retail. Wagons supply regularly every day.
on the plantations of J. W. Jefferson, ad
joining tlio village of Osceola, Ark. Good
wajfca mid prompt weekly cash settle
ments. J. W. Jefferson & Co.,
Uso Tun Caiho Bulletin perforated
cratch-book, niado of calendered jute
manilla, equally good for ink or pencil. For
sale, in three sizes, at the ollico. No. 3 and
i. five and ten cents each by the single one,
by the dozen. Special diacouat n gross
lots to tho trade.
To all who arc suffering from tho errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will cure you, fhek
ok cnAiUiE. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
Send a soil-addressed envelope to the Uev.
Joski'U T. In.man, Station D., New York
Don't fail to stop at Joo Roneke'rs
Post Ollico salo.m for refreshments of the
best sort. lmo.
Oo to Jeff. Clark's for fancy window
shades an 1 everything pertaining thorunuf
Mr. Joseph Boneker is low established
in his new quarters at, the corner of Four
teenth street and Washington avenue, and
invites his friends t call on him. lmo.
Receipt books, Cairo date hue, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured and for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
The Post Office saloon by Joe Koneker
is one of tho coolest, quietest, neatest and
best supplied resorts in the city. lino.
Window shades and fixtures at Jefl.
oOi'. per Can,
Extra Selects, at DcBaun's.
Old Machinery Castings Wanted
at Hennie's new foundry for which the
highest prices will be paid in cash.
Call at No.!);$ Ohio Levee.
tf . John T. Hennie.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In these column. in cents tr ltDe,
iar.li iini'rt.tnn nnd whether marked or not, if calcu-I-itr'l
to f iw'n-d any nun's b-Hnoss Internet are
always paid for.
The usual services will bo held in both
the Catholic churches to.day.
Uev. B. Y. George occupies tho pulpit
of the Presbyterian church this morning.
Judge Allen, of Carbondale, was at
The Halliday yesterday.
Schoolchildren will Bud Tub Bulle
tin scratch-books Nos. 2 and 3 tor sale at
Phil Simp's candy store, tf
The two female- (lancers, who created
such a stir at the Comiquo about two
weeks ngo, will appear again this week.
- Mrs. J. B. Phillis and daughter, Mrs.
Robert llinkle, are visiting Mrs. Samuel
FiM-ter of Alton, since Wednesday.
There will bo preaching at 11 o'clock
to day by Rev. Scarritt on 2!)th street, be
tween Commercial and Poplar.
The Lutliurn church will be thrown
open to the public to day. Rev. Schuch-
Rector F. P. Davenport will conduct
services at the Church of tho Redeemer to
day at usual hours.
The walls of the Mobile & Ohio depot
aro up and neatly ready for tlie second
Rev. A. J. Hess will hold services at
the Baptist church tins morning and to
night at thu usual 1 our.
There is no good reason for empty
coal vaults in December, when mud is bub
deep. Lay it now when wheeling is good.
The very latest wedding and ball pro
gramme stationery ; also New Year cards.
worth $7.00 to $to.UU the dozen cards
may be seen at The Bulletin job olllce.ot
Mr. James R iss is h iving the yard
back of his store at tho corner of Tenth
street and Commercial avenue, filled up to a
level with the street,
City Comptroller 1). J. Foley lias mado
up thu pay-roll for tho laborers on tho city's
levee during last month. The total amount
is $l,yL70. Of this amount, f 3,378.2.5 is
for teams, and fl, 100.45 for men.
A little boy of Mr. J. W. Hill received
a severe fall on the sidewalk near the
corner of Twelfth and Walnut streets yes
terday afternoon, cutting his face up badly.
Dr. Smith was called and gavo him sur
At 11 o'clock this morning, Rev. Scar
rett, will preach at the Mission room on
Twenty-ninth street, between Poplar and
Commercial avenue; ami in tho evening he
will occupy tho pulpit of tho Presbyterian
church. Tho Methodist Suuday-school
will bo held at tho Baptist church this uf
ternoon at the usual hour,
To-day the new time card takes effect
on tho Wabash road. A second passenger
train leaves Cairo at ("o'clock, p. in. and
arrives at 10 a. m. This makes two pas
senger trains each way, on this road, leav
ing Cairo !i a. in, and 4 p. in., and arriving
at 10 a. m. and 0:!J0 p. in.
Iu the circuit court yesterday tho caso
of Win, Porter vs. Smith & Bro. was tried
and tho jury awarded damages to tho
amount of muo dollar to tho complainant.
Court then adjourned until Monday after
to morrow. Cbancury court will open to
In Philadelphia on Thursday, five as
sessors and a United States supervisor, all
Republicans, wero arreBtcd for making
fraudulent registration of voters. Two of
tho prisoners acknowledged their guilt.
Each was held to bail in the sum of $1,500.
But, still, ballot-box stuffing and election
frauds generally aro not indulged in by
Republicans, oh I do,
Murphysboro Era : "The Caiko Bul
letin publishes with reat gusto the re
port that John R. Thomas went on a drunk
and another accuses him of being a Prohi
bitionist. Which is true? Both will not
stick." Captain Thomas alone can tell
which is tru'i. In his campaign speeches
ho has been unking "both stick" nearly
every day, according to tho sentiments of
Elsewhero in this issuo appears the
programme of the entertainment to lie given
by the yountf ladies of the Methodist
church at Ilm tnian's hall, next Thursday
evening. It will be "observed that it is a
brilliant one, embracing features
varied in character, to ba presented by
s"ine of the most popular and talented
young people in the city. The object, too,
is one which will commend itscll to every
citien who takes an interest in our
churces. There should bj a routing attendance.
John Thompson had a very good au
dience last night at the Opera House. The
dress circle mid pjrq'iutto circle wero well
tilled with some of our best citizens. The
play "Around the World" was preceded
by a little sketch in which Mr. Thompson
and his support made a very good impres
sion. But in the main play, Mr. Thompson
appeared to great a Wantage and earned
well the hearty applause which the au
dience gave him unstintingly, Hujis one of
Cairo's favorites nine; his first nppeaiauce
here, and fully satisfied the high opinion
entertained ol him by the audience last
-Pulaski Patriot: "The editor of The
vA.'ito Bulletin has used his weekly pen
to defeat J. R. Thomas with an earnestness
"worthy of a better" cause, as he will find
out after the 7th iust." There is no better
cause, none more won by of earnest i Ron, than
the success of Democracy and tho defeat of
a candidate for office who is lacking in all
the essential qualities necessary in a repre
sentative of tlio people. Next Tuesday we
shall see what wo shall see we shall see
whether Brother Iiobart's prophecy, which
is tho child of his ardent hopes, no doubt,
is more correct thin our earnest efforts
Draper's Boston Djiible Undo Tom's
Cabin appear at the Opcr House Tuesday
and Wednesday evenings. A new feature
of this version of Uncle Tom is the doubling
up of the most prominent and comical
characters, there being two Lawyer Marks,
TwnTopsys and Uvo educated donkeys.
By certain mechanical apparatus lately
developed Hint patented, tho floating ice
scene, where Elizi escapes across the Ohio,
is made startingly realistic; the blood
hounds in pursuit tendering tho spectacle
thrilling mid blood curdling. Tho prices
of admission have been reduced to 50, ijr
nnd 2"k'., which should place the entertain
ment within the reach of all. These prices
include reserved seats at Bnder's.
Here is what a good Republican
n.vspij)or, tin "Broiklyn (Uil.) Vi l.'tte,"
says of Ohio: "Ohio, especially
iu tho largest cities, rank with
whisky und lager beer, und eaur kraut,
und sweitzcr kase und pretzel, and
it will not b.j surprising if after awhile we
shall hear of women being jolted to tho
plow on the banks of the Ohio, in conjunc
tion with four footed animals as they are
said to be in some ol the beer-drinking
districts of G.'rin my." Such stuff can only
excite the contempt of intelligent people
and will certainly not tend to make our
German fellow citizens iu Illinois avoid
thegood example set thetn by their country
men in Ohio.
Th'! approaching election has doubt
less affected business somewhat everywhere,
yet Cairo merchants havo uot couipl lined.
Trade has been very fair here and employ
ment for mechanics more than abundant.
After the election, if Captain Murphy be
elected, look out for more steady weather,
regular seasons, better business, higher
wages, cheaper goods, health, peace and
general prosperity. If Captain Thomas bo
electo I, general demoralization awaits us,
We will have summer alt winter and win
ter all summer, crops will fail, so will
merchant; Wall street will be u babel of
maddened bankrupts; will have conflagra
tions, cyclones pentileiico and war and
corrupt Republicanism overshadowing and
causing all. So beware everybody,
Translated from the Omnibus: "Say,
Mrs. Landlordi's, it is indeed remark able
that you no clock in your bar room have."
Liiudlordcss "Whereto need I then n
clock? I know every time whereon tho
time of tho evening is, At 7 o'clock comes
the Mr. Sclioolmeister. When lie his second
pint orders, it is 8; theii plays he with tho
lockhiuith cards. Precisely hall' pastli 8
quarrel they to themselves to the first time.
Then establishes my husband pence, At 0
o'clock come then tho other company and
play.'JJThey quarrel themselves already at
half-past 0. At 10 o'clock goes then the
quarrel generally loose, so that at precisely
half-past ten tho general flHht Ioo'j goes,
and at 11 tho police thu asseinblirrl (juests
hereout chase and the shop cloicd has.
That Is my clock, and that strikes vory
evening exactly upon the minutu in,"
Democrats havo indeed reason to bo
cheerful and tight with a will. Chairman
Oberly, of tho state central committee,
sends forth encouraging news, loaving but
little doubt that tho entiro state will go
the right way again for the first time in a
number of years. Sevural gentlemen who
have been out in this district and county
during tho last three days aro equally con
fident of Democratic success. Tho people,
they say, are alive to the importance of the
election; Democrats every where nro con
fident, enthusiastic, harmonious, active, and
Reiuiblicans are tho opposite of all these.
In this county tho Republican mass-meeting
that was advertised to bo held at Clear
Creek tho other day was a Hat failure, only
a few people from tho immediate, neighbor
hood appearing. And thus it has been in
all parts of tho district.
An associated press dispatch from St.
Louis says: "What may develop into a
freight war has appeared here in the
form of a circular issued by the Galveston,
Harrisburg & San Antonio, tho Texas &
New Orleans, and the Louisiana & Western
railway of southern Texas, announcing that
tliey will no longer recognize through bills
of lading issued by the Gould roads. Ship
pers to points on tho above named roads
requested to consign goods to tho Cairo
Short lino through bills will be issued,
rates protected, und as good time as by the
Gould system guaranteed. This actiou is
said to have been taken besause the Gould
roads have failed to carry out the wishes of
the shippers iu giving direction to their
freight, but there is a strong belief here
among some railroad men that this is the
first nlcp tott big war of rates." It seems
that this will make greatly increased busi
ness at this poiut, both for the Chicago, St.
Louis it New Orleans aud the St Louis &
Texas narrow guage roads.
The Murphysboro Era intimates that
The Bulletin has abused Captain Thom
as, and, beca iso in last week's Weekly it
in ulu a special effort to show up the re
coid nnd character of Captain Thomas, it
will now, just before tfie day of election,
"cntain the luual amount of campaign
alms i and billingsgate, as it will be the
last chance tj unload tilth before the elec
tion; but it cannot effect anything, because
it shows how cowardly aud sneaking it can
be." The Bulletin challenges the Era
to quote a single lino concerning Captain
Thomas, which has appeared in and orig
inated with The Bulletin during this eji
tirc campaign, which may bo terine
"abuse 'or "billingsgate or "untruth. J he
Bulletin has been scrupulously fair with
Captain Thomas, has never spoken of him
in an angry way, has not abused him nor
misrepresented him in anything. Nor will
it follow the example of the Era, and tho
Massac Journal, aud other Re
publican pipers, by publishing
just before the day of election,
under attractive head lines, long articles
full of persoual vituperation, and charg
ing some gross but wholly untrue crime
against Captain Thomas, as these papiir aro
doing again-t Ciptain Murphy. The Bul
letin started out in this campanign with
the determination to tie f iir and clean, and
calm iu its criticisms of the Republican
candidates, and it has been true to this
determinations'! t'arand will bo to tho last,
which is considerably more than tho Era
and nearly all other Republican papers
which opposed Captain Murphy can say
ol their treatment of that gentleman.
The rate of taxation in this state for
the present year lias been fixed by the
governor and auditor at 30 cents upon eve
ry $100 of property iu the statu, according
to the valuation as equalized by the state
board of equalization recently. This will
yield ureveuuo of 3,015,085, or just $1,
015,920 more than Gov. Cullom said in his
first speech during this campaign, would
bo required by tho state, This being true,
it would make no difference it tho valua
tion of the property were less than in loriner
years, for that would not justify the col
lection from thu people of over a million uf
dollars inoio than is needed to defray tho
expenses of tho government. Butthuval
ttutiou thWyear is not lower than in form
er years. Oa the contrary, it is higher
than it w is iu any year since 1970 when
it was upwards of twenty-five millions of
dollars lower, when the state had a heavy
debt aud interest thereon to pay, and when
tho rale of tax ttioii was but 27 cents on
the $100, In defending this brazen at
tempt by tho governor and auditor, to ex
tort from tho pooplo this excessive sum, tho
State Journal (Republican) quotes the con
stitution and supreme- court decisions,
to prove that thu statu authorities havo a
l ight to establish a rato of taxation which
will yinld any amount moro than may bo
required by tho statu government; and
when thu State Register, (Democratic),
proves from careful statistics, that 20 cents
on the $100 would bo all sufficient, tho
Journal diyly replies, "if, however, 20 ceuts
should bu Hullieieut, the pooplo may be
happy and tho Register possuss its soul in.
patience, Tor tho surplus will ho safe in tho
statu treasury under a Republican admin
istration," This Is all very lino, good Jour
nal. Tho governor, etc, may havo a con
stitutional right to extort an uareasonablo
and uuneccsmiry sum of money from tho
people, and hordu it in tint slato treasury,
and tho surplus mat bk safe in tlio state
treasury; but that does not utako
ft wiso; that does uot disprove- that a largo
sum of idle money has a corrupting
luduouco even upon Republican
leader of Low and Popular Prices.
And Kcttllir of Dry Goods of "Onarauleud Quality."
Now ihow a large lino uf
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S CLOAKS AND DOLMANS
Madu oipreiHly forOur trado In .Exclusive Kltlea, and urn oll'i-rod at
the usual hw prices wlncb has made our housu so tmimlur. Our
ALL WOOL DKESS FABRICS, ALSO
SILKS, SATINS, VELVETS AND PLUSHES
Aro iirnimtinccd hjlho most rrllloil huycrs to li tho wont rimlto
and ! ennui over oflVred In I'slru. Nie our Urunt llitrusln In Mark,
aud Colored Urns Uralu Silks nl It t0 pur ) srd. W are tlio only
home In l ho city bandlluK Hid
CELEBRATED NONPAREIL VELVETS.
Wo have them In a'.) tho now shades. Wo sU an oxxmlr niton of
our stock of Ladle', Uonto' and Children's I ndorwoiir. Wohitva
moved our slock of llonls" I" mlnrw rur Into the annex and havo sddod
man) lion styles. Our slock ol
I I Q S 1 10 li V
1 tits largoM over shon hv ns and out prti'.'s as usual the lowest,
our no glinors who luvo h.'on hnvmir Hi.'lr ko.iI In i hlcsuo and M.
Louis will find tt to tholr advamaKo to nnd n tor samples for mm
patlion. Ituy is of Pry Hoods w 111 sav money by traitinn wl.li us.
government officials, and Hist the people's
money is much better in the poop'o's own
pockets. M"ft people will think so and
cleat men to the legislature next Tuesday
who will carry out these views.
METHODIST EN 1 ERT.UXMENT.
1. Instrumental Quartette I'.alii, Italia.
lib. Cornet, Miss Ida Sjarritt; Rb. Cor
net, W. I McK-e; Ballad Home, George
Paisons; Baritone, J. E.Sarber; Piano, Mit-s
Elk Robbins; Organ, Miss Fannie IJnrclay.
2. Solo and Cbi.rus "The Old Hrown
Mill," (words by Miss Mary McKee,
Music by V. L. Tnompson); Sol.., W. V.
McKee an! Choir.
Spl. Instiuniental Duet Concert March,
Mi-s Ada Scarritt and George Parsons.
4. Rass, Solo and Chorus "Praise Yo
the Lord," E. Y. Crowell accompanied by
5. Drama "The Obstinate Fmicly."
Mrs. Harford, Mirs Hattie McKee.
Mr. Harford, ...John Home.
Mrs. Harwood, Miss Elfin Coleman.
Mr. Harwood, Scott White.
Lucy M.ss Fanny Uarclay.
James, E.f. Crowell.
0. Jolly Jonathan, Mes ers. Hacker, Pat
sons, Weaver and Crowell.
THE MARIUE HOSPITAL.
Wo are not surprised that tho Argus iu
its last issue should ask for tho proof of
our statement that Captain Thomas' claim
of "credit for the passage of the law estab
lishing the Marine Hospital at'Cairo" was
utterly false. The effrontery of that gen
tleman in claiming "utiy such credit was
bnizun enough to deceive even tho most
cautious, and many others, besides the
Argus, were misled by ir. Hut since Con
gressman Thomas was convicte I by good
men of Ids own party of bare-faced un
truthfulness iu th ) matter of Dr. II olladay's
appointment, we have learned to distrust
all his utterances. And so we made in
quiry and examination and made our state
ment from the Record.
Tho Marine Hospital at Cairo is due to
a suggestion and request of SeuatorJLogan,
made to Mr. Hiscock, of New York, at a
time when Capt. Thomn was hundreds of
mires away from Washington. Mr. Hiscock
is Chairman of the Committee on Appropri
ations and had reported a bill establishing
three Marino Hospitals. Senator Logan re
quested Mr. Hiscock to amend his bill by
establishing a fourth Murine Hospital,
which should bo at Cairo. So much wc
have from a private source, but will give
our source to any gentleman who wants to
know it. But here is un exact and verbatim
copy from the Congressional Record of
July 8, 1882, page 20:
"Mr. Hiscock. I move the following
amendment by direction of tho Committee
"The Clerk read as follows:
"For a Marino Hospital at Cairo, Illinois,
$00,000. And tho sums respectively ap
propriated for tlie three hospital buildings
are in full in each case for tho completion
of the same, and their cost is hereby
limited to the sums in each caso hereiu
"Mr. Hiscock. 1 move by tho direction
of the Committee, in line 102, to strike out
'three' and insert 'four'; so it will read
'four hospital buildings. '
. "Tlie amendment was adopted,"
The foregoing is all that appeared in the
Congressional Record in any part or at any
time concerning tlio Murine Hospital at
Cairo. It sustains our statement made
yesterday that the claim of Capt. Thomas
of credit for Hie passage of the law es
tablishing a Marine Hospital tit Cairo,
was utterly lalse. Moreover ho did not
even vote for tho Rill establishing our Ma
rino Hospital. Moreover, ho was not a uioui
berol the Coinmiltoo on Appropriations
that reported tho bill, Wo copy from tho
Congressional Record of July 8th, 1882,
page 01, the members of tlio Committee on
Appropriations as follows:
Messrs. Hiscock, Robeson, Cannon Bur
rows ot Michigan; IJutterworth, Caswell,
Ryan.O'Noil.Kotcham, Blackburn, Cox of
Now Yoik, Atkins, Forney, LeFevre aud
Do'st thou lovo life? -Thou do not
squander valuable time, -for that. Ih tlio
stuff lifu Is mttdoof;-but procure at onco
a bottlo of Dr. Hull's Cough syrup for your
Cough and bo cured. Your druggis
C. R. STUART.
'KW ADVKliTlSLi) K.NTS.
Noilcus la mis column three Unci or less 2 cents
oae Insertion or Jl.OJ pi r week.
WANTED fi") BL'Y.A good double barrel
hruecli lomler tbot can Ai.y one wltb
nil:, brr one Kin for rale at a low pilco csn And a
purchaser by Inquiring at 'J he Bullettn office. 3i.
IiOH HSNT -Furnls hot rooms. Kicwith St.
and WanailiKluo avenue. MK.S. FAHKALL.
K NO ONE KERKYBO.Vr FOH HALE-112
iX fpt lonji. -jsfeet bara; will carry sixteen two
horso wagons. I'rtcc four thousand dollars For
Information address W. A. CADE,
9 I'l tm Lavnwortb Kansas.
I)HALE.-ltlnk. Cbi.lt a! Morgagos, Special
1 Warranty and WurriiMy Deeds nt the llulletm
Joh efllce 7S Ohio Levee
'PRAMS WANTED. V tf'"d scraping leans
1 Ksnted Immediately to work on the government
work ai SI mnd City. Waifs J1 on per day. pay
every two weeks Apply on thu ork
HOUAN tt SAKltlAN, Contractors.
Niivemlier 1. 1si
TJ MtlSrrvo OFFICIOS-Wo have s lare
stoi kofx'U lii, So. 1 "M" news lhal we wil" sell to
primers only. In lots of not less than twor-sms, st
?!4 Uperroam cash. AddreesK A. Ilurnett. ilul
i-l in Olllcu.
AN Rr 10 horse power upright engine, In good
condition, and 12 foot horizontal i tine boilers,
with all the valves, pipes, new beater, drive well
walcrtask. etc., ne iuok stark all complete,
prccJj.i. Address K.. Harriott, Cairo. III. tf.
TWO NIGHTS ONLY".
Tuesday & Wednesday,
November 7th & 8th.
UHAPF.li'S "nosro.v DOXJ.
HLK" MXCuK 'I'OM'H OAU1N
O M I ' A X Y 'C J M 1 J 1 1 1 H I N Cr
"TWENTY PKltKO UM.
.vis i :
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1. v -?f - it? r',3
MISS KATE PARTINGTON and
MISS JKMSIK MORTON.
Th V oriel's OrHiitet, "Cute,"
2 FUNNY MARKS-2
WILL II. DAVIDSON and
2 Eduoatkd donkkyS 2
General Adn.tsslon - 8 cts.
Keserved Stats W cts.
Gullury M cts.
ltuserved oatsat Under'.
pV llOllE SHOEING SHOP.
1 have openud a
cm nth street, between Commercial mid' Washing.
ton avos .having glvon this huslnoss my peclai
Over Twentv Years
I fenl canlldeut I can give perfect satisfaction. I
havu not oulv given my attotitloa to
MAKING AND FITTING SHOES,
hut have made tho construction or the foot and
llmhs a stnrty also, which eiiahius nie to nt, my
siloes nroiiorly and In so doing rollovus tho horse
from a greet deal of Injury tint ho would otkur-
wlo Iu suljjct to, ....... . , .
Honing b strict attention to bustaes and fair
dra'ttii 10 receive s liberal share of tho im HI o pat
ronage. Your Kuspuct. JOHN MuOtKLLAN.
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