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THE DAILY CAIRO MLLETIN: WEDNESDAY A10KN1NU, NOVEMBER 8, 1:S2.
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UttMkL PAPKHOF CU V AND COUNTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Nitiri !u tnm column, tight cent per Una for
Irm ami Ave com pur line each iulequout lnor
luu. Kr una wek, HOcutite pr Una. Kor one
month, w) centa per lino.
Extra Suluct, at DeBuu'u.
Piuest lot of window curtains in tho
city at Jt ff. Clark's. tf
Uu The Caiko Dim.ktin perforated
scratch -book, utalu of calumlured juto
timnilla, equally good tor ink or pencil. For
s ile. in three sizes, at the ollico. No. 2 and
3. five and ton cents each by the single one,
tiy the dozen. Special discount on gross
lots to the trade.
To all who arc sufferinjj from tlie errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, Ac, I
will send a recipo that w ill cure you, fiiek
OF chauoe. This groat remedy was
discovered ly a minister in South America.
Send a self-addressed envelope to the Rov.
Joseph T. Inman, Station I')., New York
GOOD HEADING FOR THOUGHTFUL
BHOUU) Uli CAREFULLY HEAD THAT COKHECT
CONCLUSIONS MAY BE AIIKIVKU AT.
l'Al'L 0. SCIIfU,
Devh Sih: Recognizing tho fact that
there is to a certain extent, a mutual depen
dency existing between the professions of
pharmacy and medicine, and feeling that a
Letter understanding of the function and
duties of the two profession should bo re
cognized and adhered to, we, of the uiodi
cal profession of Cairo, object to tho fre
quent habit of druggists ot tbu city, of
diagnosing diseases and prescribing medi
cines, for the following reasons :
First. The seienco of pharmacy does
not include a knowledge of the science of
Second. You are violating the medical
practice act, by so doing, and robbing the
physiciims of thtir leirlimate business.
Third. You are practising deception
upon tho sick; therefore we ask you to ad
here to tliu law governing tho practice of
Another grievance to which wo respect;
fully ask your attention, is the matter of
refilling prescriptions without authority ot
the physicians who have writtn 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 he is practically
lield responsible fur the action of the medi
cine he did not prescribe.
Again we hold that the original owner
of the prescription loses his ownership in
tne same, as soon as it is once filled and
placed on file, and that he has no right to
demand that it bo taken from the file and
bo refilled, except by the order of the pre
scribing physicians. We therefore ask
you to discontinue the practice.
After due deliberation, wo the under
signed members of the "Medical Associa
tion of Ciiro" havo resolved not to patron
ize directly or indirectly, any druggist,
who shall after this date, be known to pre
scribe Air 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. Ssi'TH, Trest. J. C. Sullivan, V. P.
O. 0. Paukeh, Sec'y. J. J. Ookdox. J. II.
Hhyant. C. W. Dunking. I). II. Parkkm.
J. 8. Petkie.
To the I'uhllc:
Although the above resolutions speak for
themselves, sud although any unprejudiced
person can readily read betweeu the 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 part, do not know that I have
been deceiving the public during the hint
19 years jm.it and do not intend to deceive
it now, on the contury, I will try, in the
futun, as I have in trio past, to mind my
owu business and attend to the wants of
my pitious to the htht of my ability. I
am neither heouinu nor iiuyino any one's
patronage, but my aim is to please each
and every one, who kindly favors mo with
their calls. Respectfully,
Paul, 0. Scuuh.
iu market at D-'Buun's 60 Ohio levee.
A Fine Jiarbcr Sbop.
Wm. Alba, on Commercial uveiitie, has
the most extensive and as fine an equipped
barber shop as can bo found iu any city.
His employes arc masters in the trade,
whose razors are always smooth and keen.
Ilia establishment is large enough to
meet any demand upon it without any tiro
Bouie waiting; and h s patrons go away
pleased with him themselves and his work
Give him a trial.
KO to Dollituu's, !i0 Ohio levee.
Sew Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Tenth street. All
wanner of blacksmithing and wagon work
done to order, Repairing work a sjiecialty.
Work done promptly. if
at DeUaunV, 00 Ohio levee.
Out of tho flre, cur. of 8th and Levee, my
ic house and plllce is at prescut it the
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, So.
tweeo 8th and flth streets. Orders will be
filled saint as usual, both wholesale and
retail. Wagons supply regularly every day,
' Wanted Immediately
a steady boy from 16 to 20 years of age to
learn photography. One who can board
at home preferred. L. A. PiiKLrs,
Cairo, III., Nov. Oth, 1883.
Books of subscription to the capital
stock of tho Cairo Electric Light and Pow
er Co. are now open at tho City National
Go to Jeff. Clark's for fancy window
shades and everything pertaining thereto.tf
-Receipt books, Cairo date lino, perfora
'ed stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured aid for sale at tho Cairo Bulletin
50c. per Can,
Extra Selects, at DoBiun's.
Old Machinery Castings Wanted
at Ronnie's new foundry for which the
highest jirices will bu paid in cash.
Call at No. 1)3 Ohio Levee.
tf. John T. Rk.nmk.
Window shades and fixtures at Jeff.
HKNEIUL LOCAL ITEMS.
NutlccK In tho coinimi inn r.nnt pur Una,
nr.l' Inupptino and wn"thr marked or not, if calcu
T tod to f iwa-d any miu buln)ii Interact arc
al way paid fur.
The elevator is receiving another coat
of brown piint.
The total number of yellow fever
cases at Brownsville to date is 2,000, and
at P'eusacola, 2,230.
Thcru was no council meeting last
night. Not a single member appeared in
his seat. Too much election.
Schoolchildren will find Tuk Bulle
tin scratch-books Nob. 2 and 3 tor sale at
Phil Saup's candy store. tf
Work on the city's levee was not inter
rujded by the election yesterday; but only
about half the usual forc'J was on duty.
In a letter received here yesterday Mrs,
N. B. Thistlewood, who is still at Hot
Spring?, says she is much improved iu
Major Eli W.Orcuu returned Monday
from Florida much improved in health and
appearance. lie was well pleased with the
country through which he traveled.
Miss Mtry McEweti is steadily im
proving nud will soon be able to agiiin
t ike charge of her room in the high school
This week is the last chance for a free
ticket on the fine Meerschaum pipe at O.
G. Wicheifs Billiard Hall. The drawing
will take place Saturday night at 9 o'clock.
Philip Matthews, a youth of 21, has
been found guilty, at Belleville, 111., of the
murder of his sweetheart, Annie GeyiT, and
B'-ntenced to be hanged.
Don't forget the entertainment at
Ilarttnan's hall tn-morrow night. Tickets
only 33 and 25 cents. The music will be
more than worth the admission price.
Mr. A. J. Alden of the Marion Moni
tor came down yesterday to vote for Thom
as, fie says that Williamson county will
go the the usual way iu this election.
Circuit court, which took up the chau
cery docket Monday morning, was not iu
session yesterday, having adjourned Mon-
lay night until this morning.
The Missouri Pacific company offers'
$1,000 reward for tho arrest of the man who
derailed a train near Mountain House on
ti e 28th of October.
Mr. Joseph Bornath is having his jew
elry establishment on Sixth street eularged,
and it seems already that when completed
it will have quite an iinjiosiug apperauee.
Vice-President Roswell Miller, of the
Chicago & Western Indian railroad, came
down from Chicago Sunday ou a visit, but
left again Monday evening..
The very latest wedding and ball pro
gramme stationery; also Now Year cards,
wor h 7.00 to $15.00. the dozen cards
may he seen at Tun Bulletin job officc.iit
Ladies will bo delighted with the
graceful and elegant shapes of our new
styles of shoes; to enumerate them would be
impossible, they must been seen to be ap
preciated. Pahlok SnoK Stohk,
Commercial ave. bet. Oth and 7th Sts.
The Wizzard Oil Troupe hal a largo
audience just below Tenth street, on Wash
ington avenue, last night. They made
good music and sold good medicines and
lota ot it.
Mr. Louis Herbert accidoutly walked
from the sidewalk on the west side of Com
mercial avenue, between Ninth a:id Teuth
streets, late last night, and severely sprained
one ankle and roceived other minor brui
ses. Tho work of impioving the old Missis
sippi levee, just below whero it is joined
by the city's levee, is in progress under tho
direction of Mr. Mcllale, for the Cairo
Trust Property company. Largo quantities
of rock are being used in tho work.
-Ladies who desire a perlcct fitiing and
comfortable shoe should not fail to call and
look at our flue lino of common sense, but
ton shoes; wo have them in all qualities
und widths. Pauloh Siiob Stohk,
102 Commercial ave. bet. Oth and 7th sts.
Mr. Joseph Steagala has a real, live
Hamerican lleaglo moving about his
premises at the corner of Sixth street and
Commercial avenue. He also had a live
pelican, but tho beast left yestorday fore
noon for tho south to carry the news of
Democratic victory in the old Twentieth
Illinois to tho happy Democrats in that
part of tho country.
Stout and servicablo school shoes for
children are a specialty in our new fall and
winter stock; wo have combinod comfort for
the little ones, and economy for the parents
purho. Pahloh Si'iok Stoke,
102 Commercial avo. bet. Oth and 7th sts.
Charles E. Slayback, a brother of the
St. Louis lawyer recently killed, in con
versation with a well-known theatrical
manager recently said that ho could 4 not
harbor feelings of revenge against Colonel
Cockerill, and that his brother's hasty con
duct was to blame for his misfortune.
Tho New York superior court decides
that the consolidation agreement of Janu
ary 12th, 1831, between tho Western Union,
the American Union and tliu Atlantic nnd
Pacific Telegraph companies is " invalid.
The decision of the lower court dismissing
tho suit of W. H. Williams and Rufus
HatDh is reversed and a new trial ordered.
Several nights ago, two negroes stood
on the track of the street railway, above
Twenty-sixth street, and as the car upon
which Mr. Jarboo was driver, passed, one
of tho negroes shot at tho driver, missing
his head very narrowly. A reward was
offered for the capture of the shootist but
up to yesterday tho man hail not been cap
tured. Tho election paralyzed everything
yesterday, nud monopolized everything.
Business was dull, even all the police courts
in the city wero closed, and there were no
ai rests, no disorder, no drunkenness though
every mloon was open early and late.
There were uo accidents, no tires, no runa
ways, no nothing. A more orderly and
pleasant electiou was probably never held
anywhere at any time.
Young men will find their wildest
dreams of nobby footwear realized iu our
fall and winter styles of shoes, everybody
invited to look at our stock whether wish
ing to purchase or not.
Paulou Shoe Stork, ,
102 Commercial ave. bet. Oth and 7th sts.
At a council held Saturday the French
Ministry decided to declare at the opening
session of the chamber of deputies that a
strong necessity exists for the government
to suppress the increasing tendency to
wards social anarchy, and in nil probabili
ty the chamber will be called upon to
adopt more stringent legislation against
secret meetings. M. Gambett proposes
t : reintroduce his scrutin-dc-listo bill at
the ojiening of tho chamber.
An engine drawing a cattle train on
the Illinois Central tracks Monday, ran
into the log carriages of Captain Halhday's
saw mills, which were passing over the
track, laden with two large logs. The ic
tuilt was quite serious to property. The
w heels of the carrages were broken, the
platform in front of the mills was torn up,
the cyclinderof tho engine was damaged,
two cars wero derailed and their trucks
damaged. No injury was done to any per-J
son or other living thing.
The election yesterday was quiet in
all jiarts of tho city. Ttiere was not the
usual bustle around the polls, little or no
excitement, and but little crowding. It
was an unusally quiet election considering
the amount of interest manifested
for some days , beforehand. But as is ap
parent from the result given elsewhere, the
vote was not so light as many w re led to
believe. The absence of bustle, excitement
and noise was due in a meat measure to
the lack of enthusiasm among the colored
voters, many of whom, to their credit bo it
said, were guided by calm, good judgment
rather thuu blind devotion to party and
blind prejudice against party.
Three Wizzard Oil concert jmrties
have been in tho city sinco Monday and
have attracted much attention in various
ways. The parties are bound from here,
resjiectively for Chattanooga, Greenville,
Miss., and Atlanta, Ga.; but two of them
will remain over for a day or two and give
some of the excellent open air concerts for
which these troupts are quite celebrated
all over the country. They aro accompa
nied aud travel about iu very attractive rigs.
Their wagons and their horses are marvels
of beauty. They ate composed of singers
and instrumental icrformcr8 of much
talent, and their concerts never fail to draw
largo crowds and well deserved praise.
Don't be alraid to come and see us,
it cost nothing to look at our new goods
and see what tho styles are, and know we
can and will save your money if you want
to buy. Those who pretend tn know say
wo have the most complete and satisfactory
stock ever seen in this city, and our prices
are lower than ever, don't take our word
for it, but drop in and seo tor yourself, no
troublo to show goods.
Pauloh Shok Stohk,
102 Commercial avo. bet. Oth and 7th sts
There was a very good audiunco at tho
Opera Douse last night in spite of the fact
)hat there were so many attractions else
where in tho city. In fact the rush was so
great for a while tint tho ticket seller was
uuabloto accommodate all who applied, with
tickets, and some went away to call later.
Tho performance was excellent. The troupe
is undoubtedly a good ono all through.
Tho two Topsio's, tho hounds, the real
plantation negroes in tlmir gongs and
dances, little Eva, tho spinster and Undo
Tom, were all good and received tho fre
quent loud plaudits of the Urge audience.
Tho escape ol the fugitive slave over tho
river, followed by tho bounds, was as real
and startling as could be, and during the af
fecting scones bet ween Undo Tom and lit
tle Eva, many in tho audience wero moved
to tears. Tiio company appears again to
night and people should make it a point
get their tickets at E. A. Buder's store dur
ing tho day, in order to avoid a rush at
An exchange says that amateur artists
will welcome a neat invention enabling
them to produce correct drawings of flow
ers, fruit and small objects generally kuown
as tho skiagraph. It is a very simple af
fair, and any ouo can construct it. A mir
ror is laid flat upon a table, and ou tiliingo
at ono end of it is fastened a sheet of plain
glass, fastened by parallel links to a sec
ond sheet sinrlar to it. When anything is
to be drawn tho hinge is fumed until an
angle ot about torty-flvo degrees is formed
between tho plain gbiss and the mirror.
The object is then jilaccd on the lower
sheet of plain glass, tho upper sheet raised
about three or four jnches, and a sheet of
drawing paper laid ujxm it. Alight from
a candle placed at tho upper end of tho
mirror is thrown through tho lower sheet
of jilain glass, reflecting the flowers or other
objects onto the paper, whence their out
lines can be easily traced. Accuracy is
thus insured so far as shape and outline go,
without difficulty. For designers of fancy
cards, illusliatious of books, etc., the skiag
raph will conio in veiy handy.
The following from tho pencil of Will
S. Hays may be of profit to some young
bwaim in this city: "Sty, young man,
don't take your sweetheart or any other
fellow's to the theater .and 'buzz' in her
ear loud enough to let everybody sitting
within forty feet of you hear what you are
saying. Other people don't care anything
about your love affairs: K sides they would
rathiT sit amKlistcn to what is said ur snog
or see what is goiug on upon the stage.
Boys, the proper place for 'soft solder'of the
',-poony soit' is in the parlor at home, ami
it i he young lady'b 'paw' has no home, take
her over on the island, the bridge, go up on
top of the city hall, charter a balloon, climb
a fence, use the street-cars, go into a roll-bit-mill
anything, anywhere but don't
tackle a'theater full of people who want
to see aud bear what is to bo seen and
heard. Boys don't do it. Tho girl may
like it and it may bo fun for you, but the
people around you charge it to your igno
rance an 1 ill manners, and the annoyance
cames them to think cuss words about
The writer of tho following, in an ex
change has evideutly been there: "The
"editor" h the dupe of destiny. His lot
wis knocked down to him at a bargain
and it turm out to ha a fraud. His bed of
ros'B is a bigh-backed chair stuffed with
thorns. His treasures ar heavy penalties,
his laurel w reath a garland of nettles. Ho
seems to govern opinion, of other. He in
curs more than nino-tenths of tho risks
and r'.'spon sibility, and reaps less than one
tenth of the reward an! reputation. The
detects of hu work aro liberally assigned
to him; tin: meiitsof it are magnanimously
iinjuite 1 to his corr.'son l.ints. It a bid
article appears tin "editor" is unsparingly
cond'm'ied; if a brilliant one, "anony
mous'' carries off tho Liilogium! If the
editor is abused for what ho msorts, ho is
twice abused for what he rejects. Accejittd
articles may be bad; rejected articles aro
invariably good. Week after week, month
after mouth, tho editor succors the oppress
ed, raises up the weak, applauds virture,
exalts talent; he promulgates the praises of
books, pictures, safety lamps and steam
paddles; but from the catalogue of names
his own is an enternal absentee. His life is
spent in ushering clever people into de
served celebrity ; ho tits, as a charioteer,
outside the vehicle, in which prodigious
talents are driven to imortality. His career
is in this life a tile of mystery,"!') bo con
tinued" in the next."
Monday last Mr. JohnT. Reuuio made
the second ca t iu his new foundry ou
Railroad street, below Eighth street. The
forms cast were, among other things, for
the machinery in the stave factory of Messrs.
Meyer & Nordmau, Mound City. Tho
ovent was one of much interest and a num
ber of people had gathered in tho foundry
to witness it. Tho foundry building is of
brick, built with a view to future enlarge
ment. Itcontaius ono largo room, about
twenty-five feet high, well ventilated and
supplied with a sufficient number ot sky
lights to make every comer as light as day.
In an adjoining structure of about two
thirds tho sizi of tho main building, is
the furnace and tho engine which drives
the fan. Tho furnace is a Btout iron cy
linder, linod with lire-brick, aud having a
capacity of about four tous of iron. The
engine iH supplied with steaji from the
boilers in tho machine shops, just across
the street. Ou Monday after all necessary
preparations had been made in way of pre
paring tho forms (which is the nicest part
of the work and requires an experienced
man, such as Mr. Runnio has iu the person
of Mr. ), tho furnace was started.
Coke and iron wero thrown iu alternately
iu groat quantities, and wheu it was full,
the fans were set to going which caused a
purplish flame to shoot out over the top of
the chimney, and in exactly seven and a
half minutes afterwards the molten iron
began to run in a fiery streamlet lrom the
tip-hole and was lead in a trough into the
casting room, there to be caught up in iron
vessels and poured into tho formi. Tho
work was ezpodlclously done, and tbe
spectators watchod every stage of it with
much interest. Mr. Ronnie has a very
complete and convenient little found ry, and
ho has it in charge of experienced men Bnd
gives bis own time and attention to it
when particular work is to bo done. After
having been filled, the forms are permitted
to cool off gradually, which takes a day
or two, and then tho rough castings arc
transferred to Mr. Ronnie's machine
shops, to bo ground and
finished as may bu required. Altogether
Mr. Ronnie has very coiuploto aud well
managed iron working establishment, and
he has a large share of tho iron work that
is done in this part id' tho country.
In the First ward (the full returns of which
wo could not get), Captain Murphy's maj
ority over Thomas was 101; John Hodges'
majority over Hammond, 106, and John H.
Robinson's majority over W. Warder, 02.
Tho Second Ward gave Oreudorff a ma
jority over Smith of 140; Raab over Strat
ton 146; Murphy over Thomas 143; McCurt
ney, 5; Wilbanks, 253;Lineg.ar,421; Grear,
338;Scurlock, 280; Logan 42; Robinson
over Warder, 160; Mulcahey over Miller,
160; Hodges over Hammond, 227; Humm,
309; Parker, 314; Mrs. Taylor over Mis.
Gibbs, 57; Fitzgerald over Jeukin, If 9.
In tho Third ward Smith's majority over
Oreudorff was 107 ; Stratton's majority over
Raab, 100; Thomas' majority over Mur
phy, 93; Warder's majority over Robinson,
42; Maminond'ft majority over Hodges, 23;
Jcunins' majority over Fit.gerald, 30;
Mrs. Gibbs' majority over Mrs. Taylor, 00;
Mi'ler's majority over Mu'cihey, 10!); Scur
lock, 027; Linegar, 175; Greer, 135; Logan,
In the Fourth ward Riab's plurality
was 28; Oreudorff s plurality, 27; Murphy's
plurality 21; Linegar's vote, 240; G rear's,
208; Scurlock's, 352; Logan's, 0; Wilbauk's,
101; Robinson's plurality, 73; Hodges'
majority, 131; F.tz r-r tld J !;in 'i:y, 103;
Mrs, Taylor's majority, oO; Mulcahey's
In tho Fifth Ward Stratton's majority
was 51 ; Smith's, 50; Thomas's 58; Linegar's
vote was 193, Greer's 141, Scurlock's 460,
Logan's 21,'., Wilbank's lu9, Warder's
plurality, 22; Hodges' majority, 140; Jen
kin's plurality 31 ; Mm. Gibbs' msjoi ity,
50; Miller's majority, 39.
Messrs. Miles Park and Sinuiel Humm
each received very flattering votes, us
neither had any opponent. There were a
number of votes scattering among the Pro
hibition candidates, but not enough to cut
any figure in tho reJult.
To recapitulate it appears that Captain
Murphy went out of the city with a maj
ority of 1 17; J. II. Robinson, with a plural
itof 201, and John Hoiges, with a maj
ority of 674.
A dispatch from Hodges Park to Sheriff
John Hodges late last night, stated that
things there were "O. K. two to
one." Another from Commercial Point
was to the same effect. Dispatches
received here from Pinckneyville, Carbon-
dale and Mound City slated that at the first
named placo the Democrats had gained
172; at tho second, 128, and at the last, 21.
Associated press dispatches received from
New York gave Brooklyn to the Demo
crats by a majority of over 33,000; an
nounced that Butler was elected governor of
Massachusetts; that Connecticut had gone
Democratic by thirty thousand, and that
out of nine congressmen elected in Wis
consin six were Democrats. Concerning
New York city dispatches were indefinite
The propositions to appnpriatu money
for the completion of the llliuois state
house, aud to cede tho llliuois canal to the
federal government wero carried by large
majorities in all the wards in the city.
"I move," said a delegate in a Virginia
convention, "that our chairman takes a
dose of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, he is ho
hoarse hnt I cannot understand him."
That gentlemen has no doubt tried this
No invention of tho uiueteenth century
has worked a greater revolution in.house
hold economy or conferred more of a bene
fit on humanity than tho sewinrj machine.
Tim first productions were crude and
uncouth in the extreme, and it was re
served for American skill and ingenuity to
bring forth a machine of any prnctical
In order to appreciate tho great advance
ment which has taken place it is only
necessary to compare ouo of the machines
built during tho infancy of the invention
with one of tho latest improved "Light
Running Now Home.
Iu the manufacture of this machine old
ideas havo been discarded, nnd in accotd
auco with the progressive movement of tho
ago new mechanical principles have
been substituted of Mich inherent a.id ab
solute value as cannot fail to commend
themselves to tho most cusual observer.
For all kinds of domestic and manufac
turing work the ''Now Home" Is unequal
ed. All tho really good points contained in
other machines have bneu utilized in its
construction. Many now improvements
and devices have also been added, the re
sult of which is a machine as nearly per
fect as it is possible to make one.
For simplicity, durability, ease of man
agement, and capacity for work, the "Light
Running New Homo" has no rival, aud
tho happy possessor of one may rest as
sured that he or sho has the very best tbe
All who send for tho Company's new
illustrated catalogue, and enclose their ad
vertisement (printed on another Jiago.), will
rocoivf a sot of advertising novelties ot
valuo to card collectors. Their address is
IIkw Home 8ewino Macuinb Co., 80
Union Square, New York.
METHODIST EN TERTAINMENT. "
1. Instrumental Quartette P.alis, Italia.
Bb. Comet, Miss Ada Scarritt; Bb. Cor
net, W. F. McKee; Ballad Horn, George
Paisons; BaritonetJ. L.Sarber; Piano, Miss
Ella Bobbins; Organ, Miss Fannie Barclay.
2. Solo and Chorus "Tho Old Rrown
Mill," (words by Miss Mary McKee,
Music by W. L. Thompson); Solo, W. F.
McKee accompanied by the Choir.
3. Instrumental Duet Concert March,
Miss Ada Scarritt and George Parsons.
4. Bass Solo ami Chorus. "Praise Yo
tho Lord," E. Y. Crowell uccorapanied by
5. Drama "Tho Obstinate Family."
Mrs. Harford, Miss Hattie McKee.
Mr. Harford, ...John Home.
Mrs. Harwood, Mies Etllo Coleman.
Mr. Harwood, Scott White.
Lucy M:ss Fanny Barclay.
James E. Y. Crowell.
0. Jolly Jonathan, Mes-ers. Hacker, Par
sons, Weaver and Crowell.
' ' NEW ADYKiniSK.VIKMrs
Notlcen In thl" eoliima thno Hout or lmi ii&ceoti
(iDulDtvrilou or )l.(tl pTwook.
WANTED TO BUY. A (,-ooii tio'ihle ar.l
liruuch loader .shot Ran. Any ou with s
tU'rWr ooe kuo for nit) at low price run find a
piirctiaeer by inquirluu at Hie Bulitiiln office. 3i.
IO II KESr.-FuruUhol mourn. K!.;vintb St.
and Wantnnuton avenue. MHS. FAKKALL.
NO ONE FKRRYKOAT FOK HALK.-1U
f'ot louz, 'H 'cut beam; will carry lxtu two
horoa vragiim. i'rtce four taoimand dul!ar For
Information addo-i W. A. 1 AOE,
V 10 lm Ltavanworth Know.
VOU SALE. Blank. Ctmtal Miirgaitre, SprcMI
A Warranty and Warranty I).edt tu HnUctin
Jn'i f.ftlco TS Ohio Lvi'i
T I KIN i'INO OFFtCfcS-VVe have a taru-o
mockof 'Ux:v. So. 1 "M" u4i that we wtl'. to
primer only. In l,it of not tliau tw.ir"uis. at
f i 40 per ruam cmtj. AddrcE A. Harnett. Hal
(JAIR0 OPERA HOUSE.
ONE SUiUT ONLY.
TUESDAY NOVEMBER 14th.
Kan Vnttlutcd! Merriment I'nllmlt d! Jot
Annual Appearance of The Father
PANTI ) M I M K COM PA N" V,
With the GnateH Llinjt Clown,
Alfred Frisbie Miaco !
Czar of tuelllKh SUIt.
Distinct Shows in One O
Know l-T.1V ItainptT Dnmpty.
Show 'i7 1.' Aimociated Specialties f I
Know 8 T.D.'s Miniature Circus.
A VERITABLE MARDI.GRAS
'l'c , Mc. and ?!ic. No utra rbarue for reserved
cU. Keiurved loat on mile at Jluder'i Jewelry
GEO S. SIDNEY .Acting Manigcr
HIE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
71 OUlO LUVEK.
OA PITA L, & 100,000
A General IS.inkiu;' hnsiness
Coml net eil.
TUOH. W. IlAIiMlA.
C iBltU r
JMTKIU'IUSB SAVING HANK.
Of Cairo, .
INCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
TIIOS. V. IlAIil.UJAY,
H. T. GEROULD AND
C. T. N E W L A N V.
AND OAS FITTKKS,
DIMVK WKLLK, FORCE AND
LIFT PUMPS FURNISIIHD AND PUT
UP IN A WORKMANLIKE
MANNER, OAS FIX
TURKS OUIIk'niUfiirntitliddtoordor, oM nxtunx re
tiroiiMod; Jmililuic promptly ttnde;l to. Ordere
mcolvod at Danlul U- tinn' or nt tho ibop,
COMMERCIAL AVKNUK UETWKKN
NINKTI1 AND TENTH STREETS,