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THE DAILY OAIHO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY AlOItNING, NOVEM13EK 15, I S2,
THE DAILY BULLETIN;
OrFICK: XO. 7tl OHIO LEVKK.
BNTKKKU AT TUB CAIKO POHTOFFICE FOB
VIUNSMISSIO TUROUOUTHK MAILS AT SEC
OND CLAM RATES.
..KifKJiAL PAPER UP CITY AND COUNTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Nii:re .1, tv.a co'.umn, eiiftit centa per line for
IrMmi'lav ceuta purlin cb luNfuueiu itiaxr
l.m. r'ur otic u-k. 30 centa i?r Hub. For ouo
n onth. ikI co-.ua rer Uno.
50c per Can,
Eittn Selects, nt Deli.iua's.
finest lot of window curtains in the
city at Jeff. Clark's. tf
L'su Tub Caiho Uuixktis perforated
cidtcli-took, niaiu of calendered jute
munilla, equally ;ood tor ink or pencil. For
snip, in three sizes, at the otlice. No. 2 and
:t. live and ten cents each by the Hiiifjlo one,
ly the dozen. Special discount ou gross
lot to the trade.
To all whi) ate suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, Ac, I
will send a rccijie thatwillccrcyouUEE
or cHAHME. This great remedy wus
discovered by a minister in South America.
Send a sell-addressod envelope to the H-.'V.
Jostru T. Inman, Station 1)., New York
City. Go to .leff. Clark's for fancy window
shades aud everything pertaining thereto.tr
GOOD BEADING FOR THOUGHTFUL
SUOULD BE CAUEl'fLLY HK.VUTUAT COHKECT
t'ONVLl'SIOSS MAT BE AUH1VKI) AT.
I'AL'L G. StJUL'H.
Dear Sik: Recognizing the fact tint
there is to a certain extent, a mutual depen
dency existing between the professions of
pharmacy and medicine, and feelim; that a
better understanding of the function and
duties of the two profession bhould be re
coguiznd and adhered to, we, of the medi
cal profession of Cairo, object to the fre-
Uint habit of druggists ot thu city, of
diagnosing diseases and prescribing medi
cines, for tho following reasons:
First. Tho science 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
physici an of their legetitnate business.
Third. You are practising deception
upon the sick; therefore we ask you to ad
here to tho 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 hsve writen them. ' The
above practice is injurious to both patient
aud physicians; tho patient often sutlering
from the effects of improper medicine, and
the physician because he ia practically
held responsible for the action of the medi
cine he did not prescribe.
Again we hold that the original owner
of the prescription loses his ownership in
the same, s soon as it is once filled mid
placed on lilo, and that he has no right to
demand that it he taken from the file and
lie refilled, except by the order of the pre
scribing physicians. Wo therefore ask
you to discontinue the practice.
After due deliberation, w the under
signed members of the "Medical Associa
tion of Cairo" have resolved not to patron
ize directly or indirectly, auy druggist,
who shull after this date, bo kuown to pre
scribe for any one requiring tho services of
a physician, or who shall refill or duplicate
prescriptions without the written or verbal
authority of the physician. Rcspi-cttullv,
W. R.Sm tii, rw. J. C.SrLLivAN, V. P.
O. G. Pauker, Seo'y. J. J. Gordon. J. II.
Bryant. C.W. Dusnwo. D. 11. Parker.
J. S. 1'ETIUE.
To the Public:
Although the above resolutions speak for
themselves, and although any unprejudiced
person can readily road between the lines
the real motives prompting the Cairo Med
ical Association to issue such a 14'oclaiiia
tion, I fet'l like making a tew remark:
I, for in v pirt, do not know that I have
been deceiving the public during the last
19 yeiis past and do cot intend to deceive
it now, on the contary, 1 will try, in the
futuri.us I have in tne oust, to mind my
own biiMiie.-s and attend lo the wants of
my potions to the best of my uoility.
8'u ii'.-ithei HiioiNu nor uwyi.so auy uno s
pitronage, but my aim is to please ech
B'i I every on.., who kindly favors nie with
their cailh. Respectfully,
PaI'L G. Sokij
in market at LVfiitun's 60 Ohio levee.
A Fine Hurler Shop.
Win. Alba, on Commercial avenue, has
the most extensive and as fine an equipped
barber shop as can bo found in any city.
His employes are masters in tUo trade,
wliosj razors are slwaya smooth and keen.
His establishment is large enough to
meet any demand upon it without any tire
some waiting; and Ira patrons go away
pleased with him themselves and his work.
Give huu a trial.
go to DolJaun'd, f0 Ohio levee.
New lUacksmitli Shop.
A new horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P Powers on Tenth street. All
manner of blackin;tbing and wagon work
done to order. Rejiairiug work a specialty,
Work done promptly.
st DulUunV, 01) Ohio levoe.
ICE! ICE 11
Out of the lire, cor. of rjth and Levee, uiy
it e house and ollice is at present it tbe
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, So
twrntu dth and Dth streets. Orders will be
filled same ss usual, both wholesale and
retail. Wagons supply regulaily every day.
A GOOD RESTAURANT.
If you want a good meal call at Schoen
moycr's Hcstauraut cor. 10th at. and Wash
ington Avo. Only 25 cents for a regular
meal, aud day boarders will And the best
accomodation on reiiBonublu terms.
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured and for sale at the- Cairo Bulletin
60c. per Can,
Extra Selects, at DuBum's.
Old Machinery Casting Wanted
at Rennie's new foundry for which the
highest prices wdl bo paid in cash.
Call at No. 03 Ohio Lcvcn.
tf John T. Rennie.
Window shades and fixtures at Jeft,
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice tii then" eoinnitia. tnn emit per Una,
o. insertion and whtluir marked or not, if eaten-
I .tod to f wa'(1 any m ku'a biiulil') lnttrut arc
! ways paid for.
Mrs. Ida James is the city visiting the
family of Mr. E. A. Burnett.
Hon. Joseph P. Robarts was in the
city yesterday, on business.
Schoolchildren will find The Bulle
tin scratch-hooks Nos. 2 ond 3 tor sale nt
Phil Saup's candy st.iro. tf
Mr. O. R. Woodward advertises a brick
nod frame lnuse tor silo, all complete to
be removed by first of March.
The very latest wedding and hall pro
gramme stationery; also New Year cards,
wordi $7.00 to 115.00 tho dozin cards
may be seen at The Bulletin job office .!Jt
Last evening, at the Waverly bouse,
Mr. Francis A. Haydtu and Miss Add ic
Moore, of Charleston, M ., were united in
marriage by Magistrate Comings.
Foil Salk. One good brick house
complete, one frama house comer Tenth
and Walnut-to bo removed about Much
1st next. C. R. Woodward.
The managers of the Widow's and
Orphan's Mutual Aid Society at the'i last
meeting took the preliminary steps towards
raising funds for the erecting in the spring
of a fire and burgk'.r proof building.
Messrs. F.irnbaker & Co., as will bo
seen by their advertisement in another
column, have established a licensed loan
office. Any institution of this kind will
prove a great accommodation to people
who want ready cash lor 6hort or long
Wo direct attention to the "advertise
ment" of Chas. Sehoenuieyer. To o,i y
a meal it should bo well cooked, and no
better recommeudation to this restauraDt
than to say that Mrs. Schoenmeyer super
intends personally the cooking. There is
not a butter cook in the city.
The net proceeds of tho fair of the
late Catholic fair at the old Reform hall,
for the benefit of St. Josephs churcn,
reached the larye sum of $550. It is re
markable how tho Catholic ladies always
succeed so well iu their fairs and festivals;
but the explanation is doubtless to be found
the fact that they always manage to
make things very attractive for tho public.
Mr. C. Weaver, who came here hut re
cently us Sergeant W. II. Ray's assistant,
has been ordered by the department at
Washington to go to Milwaukee, Wis.,
there to relievo Mr. J. E Mueller, who was
formerly stationed here. Mr. Mueller
goes to Grand Haven, Mich., to tako charge
of the of the signal station. there. Mr. Wea
ver ciime here from Buffalo, N. Y., und has,
during his short stay, made many friends
who will regret his early departure. Ser
geant Ray will again be compelled to bear
the burdens of his office alone for a while.
Mr. Harry M. Clark general agent of
"Wbitoley's Hidden Hand Co." was in the
city Monday and yesterday preparing for
the appearance of his troupe at the Opera
House here, on the 21st instant. He went
from here yesterday to Paducab, where
tho company plays after leaving here. The
play ia one of variety, presenting come ly
and pathos, and humor and suffering in a
way that has a strong effect upon the audi
ence. The company has had a very suc
cessful season so far, which may bo taken
as a guarantee that it is a good company.
The steamer Guiding Star, having on
board tbe injor portion of the Mississippi
river special co-igressional committee, did
not arrive until yesterday morning some
time. The boat lay at the wharf here all
day aud until about mid-night last uight,
during which time tho distinguished com
mittee spent the time iu various ways. In the
evening they took in the Opera House,
where Tony Deuier's Humpty Dumpty
troupe held forth to a largo audience. Tho
Committee left doubtless well impressed
with tho town, as they were well taken
care of by our prominent citiionV.
Prof. Tims. J Bryant, (formerly of In
dlansp olis, In J.,) who is the president of
tho well-known Bryant's Business College
at St. Joseph, Missouri, has published a
"Chart of Double-Entry Book-Kecping,"
which is a practical "Key" to the science.
It is the result of many years experience
contains information of great utility to every
accouutnnt, ofiioer, attorney, teacher snc
as accountant, counsellor and teacher', and
such others as niBy have occasicji to test tho
accuracy of books, financial statoniuuts or
business calculations. It will bo sent to
any sddrss on receipt of $1, by T.
The city council met last night and
among the important business was tho re
port of tho committee appointed to assess
the benefits accrueing to the owners of
property abutting Eight street from the
improvement that is to bo inadu thero.
The matter aroused considerably discussion
and was finally settled. Tho improvement
is to be madoas soon as possible, the comp
troller being ordered to advertise for bids
to make tho necessary excavations imme
diately. Sunday morning, about two o'clock,
Officer McTique hoard tho cry of "murder"
coming from uear tho corner of Sixth street
and Commercial avenue. He hasteued to
the spot and arrived in time to see two fel
lows running from one. Re captured ouo
of the fleeing fellows and upon inquiry,
learned that the ouo was the man who had
given tho alarm and that tho two had
attempted to rob him. They had attacked
him when ri.;ht in tho black Bhaddow of
the building; ono had caught bim. around
the throat from behind and tho other was
"going through" his pockets. The officer
took hisprisouer tojail aud Tuesday took him
before Magistrate Comings who held him
to bail in tho sum or fivo hundred doll us.
The prisoner gave his name as Joseph Den
nis. The victim is in the employ of Mr.
Frank Kratky at tlio Union bakery.
Tho Methodist church ij now really a
thing of beauty inside. The walls newly
papered aud bordered, the wainscotting,
doors and window sashes and casings, and
the stats and pulpit all newly painted and
graiui.d give tho large room a very at
tractive appearance. A beautifull new car
pet which is on the way or a'rflvly hero is
also to be laid by next SuaJay. The total
cost of the repairs was over four Iriudrd
dollars nearly four hundred an 1 fifty dol
larsand the young ladies of the church,
headed by Misses Fannie Btrclay and A la
Scarritt, have succeeded in procuring the
amount iu various ways. The entertain
rueut at Hartmau's hall netted about seven
ty rive doll ars, and the bilunce was su'
seiibed. Services will hereafter be held
regularly at the church .
-The following are the majorities of
Messrs. Thomas aud Murphy in the teti
counties of this congressional district, as
obtained from the official votes published
in our exchange from each of the counties,
except Pulaski which is taken from a spe
cial to tho Chicago Tribune of the 11th:
Thomas, Massac, 583; Popi, 520; Pulas
ki. 423; Johnson, 620; Alexander, 2?;
Williamson, 02; Total, 2,249. Murphy,
Perry, 452; Rindolph, 86; Union, 0131;
Jackson, 422. Total, 1,021, Captain
Thomas' majority, 320. It is commonly
understool tliat ciii Tiiamnw1 majority
was something over 350, and that tho Capt.
himself has even claimed 500. But these
returns are certainly reliable, at least as re
liable as any dispatches were. They were
compiled and published several days af
ter the election, when ample time had
been given to cauvass the returns.
Tony Deunicr's Humpty Dumpty
tourpe occupied tbe Opera House stage last
night and performed to a very coinplimen
hods''. The gallery was crowded, the dress
circle was full and tho fiarquetto and par
quotte circles were well occupied. It was
a select audieuco ond a laro one. The
audience was one which can not bo too
ligbly praised; it was excellent in every
particular. There was hardly an act per-
tornii d that did not prove the perform
er to be of the best m his or her particu
lar line and that did not elicit well merited
applause. The dancing, singing, horizon
tal bur and wire performance aud tho dis
tinctively pantomine acts wero all as good
as tln:y could have been produced. The
performance of tho dogs and pet mule were
also "very cute" to use a favorite feminine
expiession. The performance lasted for
three solid hours, but there was uosign of
weariness any where in the audience. Tony
Denier leaves an impression upon the
amusement loviug people of Ciiro, who
were at the Opera House last ni?ht, which
will insure him a large house when ho
At tbe late election tho highest vote
cast in this county was for congressman,
23,50. Tin vote for tho other candidates
was in the following order, beginning with
the next highest: Stato treasurer, 2,357;
state school superintendent, 2,348; county
commissioner, 2,309; county judge, 2,306;
representative, 2,290 ; sheriff, 2,283; coroner,
2,209; county school superintendent, 2,232.
Of those candidates who had no opponents
Mr. Mil"s Parker stands at the head of tho
list with 1,875; Mr. H.J. Hunnu comes
next, aud though n haid bitter fight was
made against him throughout the cam
paign by several influential Republicans on
purely personal grounds, ho polled the as
touishiug vote of 1,811; alter Mr. Huuim
comes' Mr. Wilbanks with only 1,177 votes
which, however, is very good considering
that ho was the nominee of the Democratic
party. In the city about the samo order
holds good. The largest vote cast was for
congressmen, 1,525; next, stato treasurer;
1,471; next, state superintendent of public
instruction, I,5li9;jext, commissioner, 1,488
next, county school superintendent, 1,472
next, lepresentiitive, 1,471; next, sheriff,
1,400; next, coroLer, 1,1(15; next, county
judge, 1,453. Taking tho hiuhcBt voto
cast iu fhe city, that for congressman, 1,525
it would appear that we have but about
7,500 people in tho city; but In 1880 tbe
voto for congressman in the city was 1,854,
or ft more than for president, which would
indicate a population of 0,370,
Tho residence and storo of Mr. Mich
ael Seheehan, at Beech Ridge, wore de
stroyed Cy fire yesterday morning about
five o'clock. How tho fire caught was not
certainly known hero yesterday; but it had
made much headway before it was discov
ered and it was all Mr. Sheehan and family
could do to save themselves. Tho whole
property, building, household goods, mer
chandise in the store room, together with
fixtures and stock of tho 8t. L iuis and
Cairo railroad ticket office and tho post
oflico which were both in Mr. Sheehau's
storo all wero destroyed. But for an in
surance of 1,000 on the property, in corn
paries represented by Messrs. Wolls and
Kcrtb, Mr. Sheehan would have nothing
but ruins to show for his ouce nice little
home anil busiuess place.
Spooking of tho several narrow gaugo
roads, of tho south-west, which, as a sys
tem, nre rapidly assuming large propor
tions, tho Missouri Republican of yester
days says of the new Texas narrow gaugo:
Thi Texas and St. Louis is tho second nar-row-guago
Hue in importance in tho Uni
ted States, and tho city of Laredo is tho ob
jective southwestern terminus of tuo road.
It is understood that tho arrangements aro
completed to push tbo construction from
Ga'osville, Tex., to Laredo, and within
eighteen mouths, or by the time tho Mexi
icon National has reached all the principal
cities in the adjoining republic, will be fin
ished to Laredo where connections will be
ma le with the former, thus giving tbe city
of St. Louis direct communication with that
country. In less than one month the Texas
and St. I-uis road will have through line
to (5 at' sville, which is some fifty miles be
yond Waco. This road is a St. Louis enter
prise. It w is built with a view of benefitting
cotton trade of the city and passing through
the richc-t cotton co-int-y of the Hothwcst
it bus been properly nani-l the "Cotton
Cell route." Whether other iiaroiA-gaiigc
lines fail or succeed, those whose opinioa
are worth anything, say that tho Texas and
bt. Louis will do a good aud paying busi
nibs. The only question with suite is,
"Will tho present management lie able to
bold it, or will they allow the road to be
gobbled and go to join the innumerable
caravmof narrow-gauge lines that have
been swallowed by the standard narrow
guage corporations?" Col. J. W. Tararaore
of this city has been tho controlling spirit in
this enterprise. He has shown himsijif
strong, and those who know the inner work
ings of tho liue sty ho and bis associates
will bo able to maintain the road indepen
dently of all those who may wish to crush
or buy it, and that in time tho property w ill
be v-ry valuable and will prove ono of the
moat important of na Is in thij city aud
hrr LuuinerK interests.
-Tho special correspjudent of the
Chicago Tribuue, who is attending the
sprecial river committee, is, to judge from
his first communication to that paper from
this city a hair brained, romatic simpleton.
In describing people along the route, he
draws liberally upon his imagination,
seeking to display his knowledge ot nor
thern 'slave literature und trying as much
as pojdli'e to c Miiliin th ! pr jn lie) of hi s
native ne.Mi-m aiint th:s part of tho
country, Hh reference to Cairo
proves that he has a small mind capable of
c 'inpreheuding only small things, and
therefore ho is entirely unfit for a news
paper correspondent, who ought to seo and
write only about what is worth seeing and
writing about. Ho stopped at The Hilli-
lay, as tine, pet feet and well managed a
hotel as there is iu the state; but from his
communication, oun would pi igo tti it ne
stopped at one of the fish-stands or restaur
ants near the Illinois Central passenger
depot, kept by poor Irish women, which
are institutions such ss one may see at
nearly every depot iu nearly every city.
Ho made a round of the city and, one
would reasonably Mippose, went Jthroiudi
the principal pirtiousof it. Iu that cbsp
he must passed hundreds of as large, well
storked, well kept, and really elegant ap
pearing business houses ns there are in any
city in tho st ite, outsidu of Chicago and
but comparatively few better ones there.
Ho must have passed over miles of stone
and brick pavements, and sulntauci il oak
walks laid ou a level with the streets; he
must have seen our rock and gravel psvod
streets, our 285,00O citsti in house and
post-office, our $60,000 opera house, many
of our fine residences, our churches and
schools, and tho fifteen or twenty busiuess
houses, mostly of brick, iu course of erec
tion he must have seen all these and
many more things worthy of locution in a
communication to a newspaper which cir
culates in parts of tho country distant from
here, among people who want the news
and the tiutli. But the young niau makes
mention of none of Ihesu things; any reader
of his communication who knows nothing
of Cairo would bo Impressed with
the idea that it was a
patch ol mud with alevoo on one side of it
over which the Ohio rWer once stood; that
its buildinuH consisted of two fish stauds
and-a board bearing the inscription, "Bank"
ami its thoroughfares were a piece of side
walk ou stilts. Those who know some
thing of Cairo would bo lead tj believe
that the young follow (an Infant ho must
be, if not iu years, certaiulyin biaius) was
driven in a Block Maria through an alley
to the suburbs of the city aud there per
mitted to take a glance at wild nature
under a confoundedly damp and foggy
Butumu iky. The young man admits that
this Is his first trip to this part of the coun-
PA JtN BAKER & CO.,
Licensed Loan Office
Hh St., Between Com. & Wash. Aves.
try. Undoubtedly it is. Tho childish
simplicity of his communication would lead
one to believe that bo had just escaped for
tho first time in his lite from some Chicago
nursery, and was laboring under tho effects
of recent weaning. 13ntenough.lt is certain
that unless tho young man changes his tac
tics, divests himsolf of prejudice, makes it
a point to see what is and what is doing,
around him and to speak of those things
which are worthy of mention (of which he
will find soiro in every milo ho travels) it
is certain that the readers of tho Tribune
will gain no idea at all of what this part
of the country or the sou'.h are.
CARD OF THANKS.
The family of tho late Win. Alba returns
their bincero thanks to the Independent
Ordci of O ld Fellows, tho Misonic Fra
ternity, the R ugh and Ready fire com
pany, the Knights of the Golden Rule, and
to citizens generally, for kind sympathy
and assut ince in their recent, gnat be
reavement. They deslro also to thauk
Professor Storer's cornet baud for their
kindness. Conmiau Alba.
ON DEATH OF WILLIAM ALBA.
KE-OLCTIOS8 PARSED BY CAIKO LOME N'J.
- 237 A. K. ft A. M.
Whereas, It has pleajed the Grand Mas
ter of the universe to call fioiu our midst
Brother William Alba, be it therefore
Resolved, That the vacancy thus created
in our lodge reminds us constantly of one
whose memory we shall tvi r cherish as an
upright Mason, brother and friend.
Resolved, That iu the death of Brother
Alba the community lias lost n uiot valua
ble citizen, the lodge a coi.sUtent member,
and bis family a kin 1 and indulgent hus
band and father.
Resolved, That we tender to the widow
and children of our deceased brother our
heartfelt sympathy in this their hour of
affliction, and recommend them to the kind
care of Him who teuipeis the wind to the
Resolved, That a copy of these resolu
tions bo presented to the family "four de
ceased brother, and that a page cu our
records be dedicated sacred to his memory.
P. O. Scui h,
WoOD RXTTE5UOUSK u
Deak Bulletin, Old Trim hs tome
again and proposes to tell your readers that
tho fight between tho Independents, and
"Bobs Ring" is over, the smoke of the battle
cleared and tho d. a l buiied. Tho dead
an the Boss' side are, W. C. Rich aud Lee
Hileman; Rich being defeated for Com
missioner and Hileman for Ascssor. The
slaughtered on the Independent t-ide are,
Kelley, Hanners and Nimms. Kelley w as
slaughtered by his friends just when victory
was waiting to crown him. Hanners and
Nimms fell because tlx y were once ring
Democrats, and become unpopular in the
ring family, aud ptihaps onlv met the fto
they deserved; but for Kelley we feel very
much chagriue l. Our states attorney, w ho
was under nnny obligations to KM ley, and
who is a "hard shell" Democrat,
turned agaiust him. Taylor Dodd, tho
Simon Girfy of the Republican party in
Uuiou county, bent his si I in defeating
Kelley; but Kelly is jouug and will come
again to certain victory in some future
contest. We say in the language of D.bly
Jones, "Praise God from whom all bless.
inns flow," for the victories wo gained.
Tho old editor stands trembling in his
boots, while the crack of doom is sounding
in his fun, and with on" eye ho surveyed
tbe late death struggle and frequently ex
claims, " have I lost trading Dick!" and
when answered ns his next exclamation is,
thanks for the county printing another two
All this furious fighting for a litt'e
county printing does not explain why the
Black Brothers are taking in all the Pulas
ki and Alexan ler county trade that comes
Ou the day of the late struggle, it was
humiliating in tho extreme to see beardless
young men, leading our aged and gray-
haired father's to the ballot-box and voting
them; such pulling, hauling and bull
dozing, has not been seeu since Noah pulled
a pair of tlie animals ou the earth into the
ark. All this pulling and hauling however,
is hardly a circumstance when compared
with tho every day rush of the tanners to
Neibauor's mill to Bell their wheat we
camo very nearly forgetting to tell the
readers that Thomas Hileman whs elected
County Judge over his four compo
petitois. Honry Suns says, "tho ouly
chanco to defeat Hileman for office is to
cut his head off ami hide it." It will bo
remembered that a few weeks sgo, Old
Trim vindicated Tom Hejlemau's honor,
but thlugB have come to the surface sinco
then which causes Old Trim to believe
thero is something rotten in Denmark,
and ho now believes that Hoilomaa drew
heavily on his "Baso" to secure his elec
tion. All this by tho way don't explain
why a druggist in Dongola sells whisky by
tho drinks. Bhavlug mens faces in Don
gola is now being dooo by the yard ; twenty-five
cents per square yard is considered
more expensive than spending candidates
money whisky. Tho Indications are now
that Democrats are carrying everything
belore them; Butler is elected governor,
St. John plowed under and tho long Bought
for change is at tho door, We do not
mean to include tho change offer
ed to' Parson Kroh in the
city of Cairo. All these tilings, how
ever, has nothing to do with Tom Routon'a
county printing; good order and good
government demands that Bossism be
beheaded and its head hidden.
Our Dongola school is grinding along,
but in what manner the writer knoweth not,
nor docs he care. What sensu is there any
how in having schools by taxation and not
compelling the parents to send their chil
dren to school.
Black Btothers aided by their gentlemenly
salesmen, Morrice and Eddleman, re tak
ing the blue ribbon for low prices on good
merchandise; Pulaski and' Alexander folks
a hint to wiso is sufficient.
Our defeated candidates on tho Inde
pendent ticr-ets, are all up and with every
body are joyous over our success in burst
ing the ring in two places. Spring a leak
in a barrel an 1 drop by drop tho water
will come out, Hallelujurum. Tho "barl"
is leaking and next we will demolish it.
N'otleo! Id this rolnron tbrc line or lex. 25centi
ono luaort Ion or f 1 im p. r wenk.
V"H PALK ShoiilDgcr Vr!ur Drean 5 oe
lave, 7 ituim lu perfect ordur. Will be old tt
a iiarin. fail ou or tddr cr of Tribune.
Y AM S :.- rtjr a man of -n 1 ream niendatlorii
" a fflt'iatloo a r. rk or caiOix-r Ad lrma by
poftal card lo II .11 c . cr of iiu'.Uiln Office.
10 I(if r. Furuiflied runms. Ereulb Kt.
awl Wabin).;on aumie. MKS. FARKALL.
pORSALE.-Hlanks.Chattn! .MnrgSKen, Special
1 Wurrvity and Warranty Ik-em at tb Iiullello
Jos .,(rl i-b s Ohio Le veo
IV'NTKt MONEY or -loo dull m on real
' ' 'tt! n-curt y at a fair rate of Inte-ef t I'ro
prtT now rntiuir at s.o-i per moi,tb. For par
liculara ti(uirj all be llullettn CoaMlnp Hnm.
T HUNTING. OFHICKS-We havu a law
f-tix-kof UxYt. Si). 1 "M" thai we wir idl to
priDiKraouly, Iu lnta of nit li tliaa two r am, at
$2 Hiparrram cah A'llre E A. Burnt-It. Hul
A M USE M g NTS.
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
On NlKht Ouly.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21.
An Electric & Positive Success
A play written to make people laugh.,
A Kt of Sparkling Sunshine !
JOHN W II TELE Y, Prop, and Manager
Hidden Hand Company,
S ipporting the Pcerlen California rmedlenn,
AMERICA'S FAMOUS HlSGINC HOCBKKTTE,
Id an entirely uuvr Dramatic erlon of Mr. K.
1). E. N. Souibwortb'a Fanvjia No York Ledr
fory, and th,) g-eatcat of all Svnbora Draraat
"The Hidden Hand!"
A Superb Dramatic Co.,
Magnificent and Special Scenery !
Tte Oient Cotton Picking Scene I
Nothing like it ever witnessed before 1
You hare never seen "Tbi Hidden Hind" plated
nnti: you tee thli liRBATCO-MPANY.
Greeted by crowded houses everywhere
POPLAR PRICES: Ad ulaalo l 50 and 75 eta.
Reserved teat r-ecurod t'i advance without extra
charge at Budi-r's Jattelry More.
WE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo. Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVKK.
CAPITAL, tfl 00,000
A General Banking biiKiuess
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