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THE DAILY OAIKO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, NOVJfiMliKtt 17. I ;,2.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
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o Kflui AL 1'AI'KH OK CITY AND COTJKTY
SPECIAL LOOAL ITEMS.
Notice !ii it. l rol.imn. t'ltftil CeMt Pr line for
lrl aiel live cnnta per lino rh niilwjuanHini'.r
.Ion. Kur oiiu wuok. aoeoule iicrllou, lor one
rvemth, be cent pur Hue
50c in Can,
Extra Selects, at DoBaun's.
Fluent lot of window curtains iu the
city at Jeff. Clark'. tf
U.ic Tub Caiko Hl'i.i.eti.n perfoutcd
scratch bonk, made of calendered jute
umnilU, onUiilly piod for ink or pencil. For
sale, in turee sizes, at the office. No. 2 und
'I. live and ten cents each by tho single one,
by tlie dozen. Special discount on gross
lots to the trale.
To all who are suflering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, ifcc, I
will Bend a recipe that will ci'ro you, kiiek
of C'UAitoE. This great remedy whs
discovered by a minister in South America.
Mend a sell-addressed envelope to the liev.
Joseph T. Ism an, Station P., New York
(In to .Tetf. Clark's for fancy window
shades and everything pertaining theruto.tf
GOOD HEADING FOK THOUGHTFUL
SUOl'I.l) IIL IAHKKU1.LV BBADTUAT COH1IKCT
CONC'LCSIONS MAY UK AlilUVin AT. '
I'AtL G. SCHUIt.
Dear Sir: Recognizing tlio fact tint
here is to a certain extent, i mutual depen
dency existing between the professions of
pharmacy aud inodiciue, and feeling that a
better understanding of the function and
duties of tlu two profession should he re
cognized and adhered to, we, of the medi
cal profession of Cai:o, object to the fre
quent habit of druggists ot thio city, of
diagnosing diseases and prescribing medi
cines, for the- 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 lobbing the
ph.vici ius of their legetitnate- business.
Third. You are practising deception
upon the sick; therefore we ask you to ad -hero
to the law goveruiug tho practice of
Another grievance to which we respectj
fully ask your attention, is the matter of
refilling prescriptions without authority ot
the physiciaua who have writen them. The
above practice is injurimH to both patieot
and physiciaus; the patient often suffering
Irorn the effects of improper medicine, and
the physician because lie practically
held responsible for the action of the medi
cine h ts did not prescribe.
Atjain we hold tint the original owner
of the prescription loses his ownership in
the same, us soon us it is once filled and
placed on file, anil that hi: has no right to
demand that it be taken from tlie file and
be refilled, except by the order of tho pre
scribing physicians. We therefore ask
yon 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, 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. Kespecttullv,
W. U.Sm th, Prest. J. C. Sih.uvan, V. P.
G. G. Pakker, Skc'v. J. J. Gohdon. J. II.
Bhyant. C. W. Dvnnino. 1). II. Parked.
J. S. Pkthik.
To the Public:
Although the above resolutions speak for
themselves, and although any unprejudiced
person can readily read between the lines
the real motives proiuptiug the Cairo Med
ical Association to issue such a proclama
tion. I h''l like tusking a lew remark-:
I. for my pir:, dj n-il Kiioa thut I h ive
been d.i living the public during the In4
111 yens hm! f,iid do not intend to deciive
it now, on the ivmtary, I will try, in the
future, as I huve in uie pa it, to inmd my
own bu-.ii,' --, mid attend to the want;, of
my ptioi:-, tu the Ivjut of my abilily. I
am neither heooino uor iii. yino imy one's
patronage, but my aim is to please oarh
and ev.jv on.-, wbo kindly favors me with
their calls. IbpeeM'tilly,
l'Atrt, 0. Si ru n.
in niaiket at Pellaun's 5J Ohio hvee.
A Fine Uarber 8Jioi.
Wm. Alba, ou Commercial avenue, has
the most extensive and as Hue an equipped
barber shop a can be found in any city.
His employes are masters in the trade,
whose razors are alwaj s smooth and keen.
Hi establishment is huge enough to
meet any demand upon it without any the
Boiiie wa. ting; uud lis patrons go away
pleased with him themselves and Ins work
Give him h trial.
go to DeHaun's, r6 Ohio levee.
New lilacksmith .simp.
A new horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Tenth street. All
manner of bl ack-m thing and wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
ork cJoqi) promptly. tf
at DuBauu's, 50 Ohio levee.
ICEl ICE! I
Out of the tire, cor. of 8tii and Levee, my
icehouse aud olUce is at present the
City Urewery, m WaDhmgtoii avenue, So
tween blh aud Ktli streets. Orders will bn
filled same as usual, both wholesale and
mtall. Wagons supply regularly every day.
Received ou conaignuient, lot of strictly
pure apple cider, in 48 gallons barrels,
warranted to keep sweet six to twelve
months. S. E. Wilson,
11 17-Gt No. 77 Ohio Levee.
A GOOD RESTAURANT.
If you want a good meal call at Schoeu
moyer'a Restaurant cor. 10th st. and Wash
ington Ave. Only 25 cents tor a regular
meal, ami day boarders will And tho befit
accomodation on reasonable terms.
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
:cd stub, suited to uny business, manufac
tured H'ld for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
50c. ier Can,
Extra Selects, at DeBiun's..
Old Machinery Castings Wanted
at Reunie's new foundry for which the
highest prices will bo paid in cash.
Call at No. 93 Ohio Levee.
tl. John T. Ubkxib.
Window Bhades and fixtures at Jeff
(5ENEKAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice!! In thee columns, tn canta Pr Una,
mrs iTiuortioii unit wh'tttier marked or not, if calcu
I .todtf) fowa'a any man's hiniluuei Interest nro
Hlwnyc .aid for.
Col. Jamos Johnson was iu the city
No police business whatever in the
i ity courts yesterday.
--Your old shoes need repairing bring
them to m and we will fix them up for
you at Blacks 110 com. nve. It
--Schoolchildren will find Tim Ucu.i;
tin scratch-books Nos. U and 3 lor sale at
Phil Sajp's candy st.ne. tf
-The carpet for the Methodist church
arrived a day or two ago snd is beiug
The Wizard Oil combination attracted
a largo crowd last night. Concerts every
night this week.
--dpt. Mark Colc.was in the city aud
attended "Tlie Myth's" reception at The
H:iHiday last night,
Mr. S iuuicl Smith, of Carbondale, is in
the city taking orders for f i u it, ornamental
trees and general nursery stock.
L'iok at your old shne3, thev need re
pairing, t ike them to Blacks 140 com. ave.
and have Mm make a new pair of
them. . It
Mr. Will.UouJricks is preparing the
plans for tlu ne.v brick buildings to bo
erected on Ohio leveo by Mr.C. C. Hunt
ley, of Washington.
Prof. Eiseuberg writes to Tun Bulle
tin, ene,los:ng a V, for papers, aud says
"I am hale and hearty but not yet bald
enough to run for office." He is located
The Wizard Oil Quartette are the
maiu attraction now, and hundreds gather
every night to listen to tho music.
Tickets to the Whiteley's Hidden Hand
entertainment at the Opera House Tuesday
evenetig Nov 2lst, will be found on
sale tit Buder's this morning. 75, 50 &
2r)c.ts, which include reserved seuts.
Judge R. 8. Yocuni is making prepa
rations to vacate tho county court bench
and turn the records over to hia rightful
successor, Judge J. II. Robinson, lie is
clearing up tins dockets as much as possi
ble. Our invisible pitches are the best
things ou old shoes in tho market and
warrauled to stick, at Blacks HO com.
--Twenty-six status will have Democratic
governors tor tho ensuring year; and there
are several more which would have elected
Demoi rats, us for instance, New Jersey, In
diana and Ohio, if they hud had a chmeu
".Spinster dinners" will bo given iu
New York this season by betrothed young
women on the evu of .their wedding to
Irieu Is of their own sex exclusively. One
of these dinners, to take place soon, will be
"aJiaproued" by the mothers of tho brido
snd tho groom,
The weather is interfering very much
with tho nightly concerts of tlm Wizzard
Oil troupes, which is to be regretted, both
on account of the troupes and tthe public,
for the former loose profits and tho latter
some fine entertainment.
In a private note to The Bulletin,
Mr. June Wright, of Memphis, says: "Am
doing well here in Memphis, but both
Mrs. Wriuht and tnyself have a soft spot in
our hearts for Cairo and her gouiul citi
zens." Pbhsosal You have uo earthly need
of suffering with the rheumatic twiiigo if
you are posted ami will test what has al
ready cured thousands of cases WiZAKU
Oil You will find it a wizard indeed.
Mr. F. Korstneyer is having his tobac
co store newly painted all over, and Mr.
Louis Herbeit is having tho front of tho
bnildiug occupied on the first-floor by
Messrs. Paul H. Hchuh and James Coleman
One of tho very finest existing easel
pictures of Raphael the "Madonna Del
Catidelabri"-is on its way to this country
for exhibition in tho homo collection at
New York this year. "Tho, plcturo will
probably reach New York tomorrow in the
Preparation forstarting tuecotton com
press are about completed by Cuptahnal
dron, ami the great machinery will soon
start up to make a steady ruu durlmr the
season. A considerable quantity of cot
ton has already arrived.
Messrs. lliukle A Moore, of tho Fann
ers' Tobacco warehouse on T'euth Btrect,
have closed out their business to Messrs.
Ashbrook & Itobertsou. Mr. 8. B. I'enn,
who has been away from here for some
time, is also associated with tho new firm,
which makes their success doubly sure, as
Mr. Penn has much experience in tho to
A dispatch canto hero from Cincinnati
late last night giving tho startling news
that the steamer Andy Bium which left
hero early in the evening, had blown up
near Hickman, Ky. Telegraphic inquiry
made of Hickman brought a denial of the
report, and the news that the Andy Baiun
was lying safely at tho port. It may be
that some other boat did meet with
disaster iu that vicinity, but
no . news to this effect was
brought here last night. Tho impression
prevailed very generally hero that perhaps
the Guiding Star, upon which the Missis
sippi river committee is, was the ill-fated
Among tho many guests at the Haiti
day yesterday were Messrs. Charles Ham
ilton, C. F. Newcomb, J. II. Barrister and
R. M. Kringle, of tho St. Louis & Cairo
railroad, aud Messrs. J. P. Smith, J. J.
Conway, J, II. McMilan, T. S. Evans aud
J.A. Peatun, of the Chicago, St. Liuis it
New Orleans railroad. Mr. Pliocion How
ard was also expected to arrive last night.
Johu II. Hirtoti, the fiery editor of
i ho Free Press of Carbundale, was a guest
at The Halliday 'yesterday. Rartou was
defeated but not conquered in tho late elec
tion. Ho is not a sore-head aud takes the
very mild rebuke administrated by the
voters in a very philosophical way. He is
goiug to make the best of a miss until he
can make a centre hit.
Within the last Jhree months every
state in the union has had an election, uud
the Republican paity can show solid victo
ries in but six out of the thirty-eight. Ou
the other hand, there are twenty-one states
iu which the Democrats have secured all of
the state officers voted for, a majority of the
legislative aud a majority of the congres
sional delegation. In the other eleven
states the Democrat! have either elected
some of the stato officers, a majority of the
legislature, or a majority ot the congres
Tho Wabash road is giving very
strong evidences of prosperity. Eight new
euginesare on tho way, to be put in use on
this sectiou of the line. Four ot llu ni
have already arrived. Yesterday between
five hundred and fifty and six hundred car
loads of freight were lying here uud
across the river, awaiting reshipment by
this line. The steamer Springer brought
up eight hundred bales of cotton night be
fore la-t to he resbippecl from hero by rail
over the Wabash road.
Gambleis are becoming unpopular in
tho West. A c jniuiitteo of residents of
Pine Bluff, Ark., posted a notice that all
blacklegs found in town after three days
would he hanged; snd the fraternity beat
a hasty retreat. At Delamater, Colo., the
cai i-swiu llurs were nioro obdurate; and
one had to ho dipped in tar before his fel
lows became convinced that their depar
ture was really for the best. At Fresno,
An.,' tho pursuit of gambling is left to a
committee, who undertake to prevent cheat
ing; aud no gambler can do any business
Two ocean disasters reported iu the
dispatches Tuesday irovn to be less de
structive of human life than was at first
feared. Tho Angelica, Baid to have foun
dered iu the North Sea, has since been sig
naled as safe, and there is some reason to
believe that a considerable number of the
paseougers and crew of tho unknown
steamer which collided with the Westpha
lia escaped with their lives, as lights at tho
masthead of tho steamer were seen two
hours after tho collision occurred. Noth
ing is yet known of tho fate of tlie first
officer and six sailors of tho Westphalia
who put off in a boat through tho darkness
to ascertain the damage done to the other
The highest total vote cast in this
county at the late election, for any of tho
groiipes of candidates, fell 1,82S short of
what tho voting strength of tho county
waB in 1881). The highest voto cast was
for the several candid, itea for Congress
aud reached !,3.7J. The census bulletin
No. 204, compiled from the census of 1880
gi?es tho county a total population of Hr
808, of whom 10,230 were whiles and
1,5(19 colored. The total number of males
of 21 years of ago or over was 1,187. Of
these 2,87 1 weio white, of whom 2,113
weie native Americans aud 701 foreigners;
and 1,373 were colored. (In 1880 tho
Republican voto tor Garfield in this
county was 1,570, both black aud white.
Tho census gives the colored population
ot the county a voting Mrength of 1,373,
aud assuming that these were all called to
the polls In 1880, ic appears that the
white element of tho Republican party in
Alexander county numbers just 200. 801110
all0wanc.1i must bo made, however, for
stay-at-homes on both Bides, and The Bul
letin's Ugurea on this point somo timo
ago, gmug tho number of white R jpubll-
cans in tho county at a few over -tOO were
Mr. Henry Kiutiear has just returned
from Euu Claire, Wis., wheio ho has been
for several mouths superintending tho erec
tion of a large lino business house for his
brother, Wm. Kinnear. The latter was
formerly a citizen and merchant ot Cairo,
but went to Euu Claire a number of years
ago; there he started in buBinens In a
small way on a capital of less than a thou
sand dollars, aud but a few months ago,
in tho great fire which raged in west Eau
Claire, lost afiuo brick store and most of a
large stock of goods to tho valuo iu all of
about thirty thousand dollars, but upon
which ho bad only six thousand dollars in
surance. Mr. II. P. Goodyear, who-has
also been up thero with Mr. Henry Kin
near, at work ou tho same building, is still
thero to finish up tho job. Mr. Kinnear
says that lumbermen in that part of the
country expect to have an unusually good
season for lumber. Fifteen hundred men
have gone up into the pine regions of Wis
consin along the Eau Claire and Chippewa
rivers, and they expect to float down about
eighty millions of foot of lumber in tho
latter stream and about 100 millions of feet
down tho former. Most of this immense
supply ot timber will of course find its way
"The Myths" gave a ball at the Halli
day last uight. It was tho initiatory ball
of the organization, and it was tqual in
every way to tho high expectations the
cluli had aroused in the public mind, It
was a meeting of the youth, beauty and
fashion of tho city in festive intercourse; it
was as brilliant au assemblage and affair as
has ever been seeu iu the city. The spacious
dining room of tho hotel was cleared for
the occasion. A temporary stage hail been
put up at one end for Pi. if. Storer's orches
tra, from which floated through the hall
htriMUu tit for gods, aud to which every toe
within its magic circle beat tho floor
li.Ji'iy, fantastically. There were between
forty aud fifty coupbs preset, comprising
some of the foremost citizens socially, pro
fessionally and otherwise all arrayed in
holiday attire, and with laces beam
ing with pleasure. Dancing began
about 0:30 o'clock and 'continued
with short interruptions until twelve, when
a luocli was set 0110 of those exquisite
lunches lor which Slino Host Parker of the
Halliday, is noted near aud far; ami art-r
that mi-ire music, dancing, talking and
laughing. Nothing occurred throughout
the night to nnr the pleasure of the occa
sion. "The Mjths" made a very creditable
beginning and public prejudice is in their
favor from the start.
Wednesday a family consisting of
husband, wife aud two children came
down hereon tho steamer John B. Maude,
aud vnn put otf on oou of the wharf boats.
The family had gotten aboard at St. Louis
ami were bound for a point a few miles
from Grand Tower. "Tho husband was a
fisherman by occupation, named George
W. Martin. On the way down from St.
Louis he got very sick, and when the boat
readied the point of Ids destination, ho
was in too bad a condition to be put off
without medical attention, which was not
to be had there, aud the family was brought
here and left on the wharf boat, where they
weie made as comfortablo as -possible by
those in charge. Yesterday morning
when tho woman awoke she found her
husbmd deal, ho having died during the
night without tho knowledge of anyone.
Yesterday one of tho children which is
quite young, was also very sick and it was
thought would also pass away during last
night. The husband' ailment wan of a
malarial character, contracted somewhere
iu tho swamps up tho river somo dintauce.
Tho officers of the wharf boat notified the
county overseer of tho poor of the death
of tho rutiu and he took the corpse in
charge anil buried it at the county's ex
pense. Tho widow aud orphans, who aro
all in a wretched condition as to food and
raiment, were taken up in the office of the
whaif boat, and a collection was taken up
by somo one of tho kind officials there,
which, judiciously used, relieved'tho press
ing want of the sufferers. The remnant of
the family will be sent by their new bene
factors to their homo near Grand Tower by
the first boat.
-There is already some manifestation of
dissatisfaction among tho property owners
on Eight street, back ot Washington ave
nue, because tho commissioner appointed
to ascertained the cost of tho improvement
of that stretch of street, did not take into
consideration the fact that the gravel to be
used in tho improvement is to bo douated
to tho city. The commissioners
figured out the total cost of the improve
ment, gravel and all, to he about 3,500.
The cost of the imfivovoment, uot counting
the cost of the gravel, has been figured out
by persons well posted in such work to bo
between eight hundred aud a thousand dol
lars. Tho property-holders claim that as
tho gravel is to bo denoted tho commis
sioners should have considered only the
cist of tho necessary excavations or fill
ings, and of the work of transporting the
gravel from tho cars and spreading it
upon tbo street. Whether or uot tho com
missioners appointed by tho council to de
termine the cost of the improvement had a
right, or woio bound, to tako any cogni
zance ot any donations made to tho
city, i somewhat doubtful at best.
But this commission was appointed by the
council only to make an investigation and
a report, preparatory to an application from
F A It N BAKE It & CO.,
Licensed Loan Office
lih St., Bat ween Com. & Wash. Aves.
the council to the county court for the ap
pointment ot a committee to assess the ben
efits. Alter this shall havo been done und
those assessors shall have reported to tlie
court, then the property owner a will be
given an opportunity to make any com
plaints they may deem proper, and their
grievances will bo adjusted according to
tho evidence ami the law in such cases
made and provided.
Persons holding library books aro re
quested to retutn tli-111 to the library on
Saturday November 18th, that they may be
renumbered and relahled. No books will
be distributed on that day, but tho library
room will be open during the day for the
receipt of books. Mas. P. E. Powell,
JOHN A. MILLER,
WATCHMAKER, AND JBWELKR, DKALER IN
WATCHES, CLOCK', JE WELTI V, SPKCTACLEH,
ETC, 110 COMMEHCIA.L AVENUE, CAIRO
This gentleman est iblihed himself in
busiress hero .May 2, of tbo present year,
haviug moved here from Paducah, Ky.,
where he had hem engaged in the above !
business since 1S01. Believing Cairo to
bo a much better business point than Pa
dii -ah, he determined to locate here, und be
has already bi nu to see the wisdom of
the change, in a largely increased trade,
with brilliant piospects ahead. He re
gourds Cairo as a place m advantageously
situated for commerce, as to ran ;c it to be
come before many years a very l ir o- aud
flourishing Metropolis Mr. Miller's trade
extends as fir S null as Jackson, Miss do
ing also a larii'i bm'.i) :i in 'iiiticrn Illi
nois an I the a lj duiug state.
M. J. PINK & CO.,
FLOCK, MKAL, l.KU.V, HAY, I'llOOl K A NO
(iENEll.U. COM MIsM ON M LIICU ASTS, HO
OHIO LEVEE, CAIHO, ILL.
New Clrlen T!nii:n ll'Mn. tint .
The house of M. J. Pink A Co., was es
tablished in 187), the firm consisting of
Mia. Mary J. Pink mil M-.ss.rs. ('. and E.
J. Pink. They do a Urge trade with the
South, principally with New Orleans and
the larger Southern cities. They report
businosa as fair and steadi'y iicrfasing, the
prospects being ex :ell'-u.t. They occupy a
commodious store convenient to river and
rail transportation, aud carry a heavy btock
of the various goods mentioned at the
head of this sketch. Tiny have superior
facilities for earn ing on a commission bus
iness, and give prompt attention to con
signments. The firm is well known as
prompt and reliable.
TRIBUTE TO J NO. W. GASH.
Atlanta, Ga., Nov. 12, 1882.
1 am in i'ibted to some friend in your
city for a copy of your paper of November
3rd, containing a notko of tho death of
Mr. John W. O ish. The mail of tho pre
vious day had brought a postal from his
sister informing mo of the sad, though
not unexpected, occurence - ami I feel that
I want through your c i'unr.is to pay a
slight tribute to the iivm ry of him, of
whom it can truly bo sii I "nouc knew him
but to love him." Early last spring he
camo to ourcity hoping that our delightful
climate might restore his failing health.
He arrived here a total stranger and I was
tho first man iu the city to form his ac
quaintance. He brought letters of intro
duction fr Mu my frieu Is in CY.ro who re
commended him in th very highest terms
and iu a tew minute we felt 11s though
wo had known each other for years. But
for .In 0. Gash it was uot necessary to have
such letters. His honest face
and pleasant manuurs were enough to make
him friends wherever he went. It was my
pleasure to introduce him to many of tho
leading business men of Atlanta ami from
tho first be receive 1 a hearty welcome and
soon felt that ho was not among strangers.
Ho was, as you know, an active thorough,
going business m in and co ild not bear to
bo idle, Ho informed mo that "hardware'
was his business and if possible ho de
sired to work at that. Unfortiiuatelv In
came too late for tho Spring trade and none
of our hardware merchants needed addi
tional help. This did not discoutago him
and he sought for other employment. Dur
ing the seven uiontln bo spent horo, ho
worked with several ditl'eriit houses ami
was brought iu contact with all classes of
citizens and never in my life have I known
such a modest unassuming young man ninko
so many friends. IP) ,v,as always cheerful
and had a pleasant wori for every ono. At
his boardiug house ho was loved,
by all ns ono of the family
aud so it was on thu street and iu tho
store.. Up to within a month before he
loft us, his health steadily improved and
ho spoke cheerfully of his future prospects
and often told me his plans, His greatest
desire seemed to bn to live, on his mother's
account, aud right hero let me say that
00 mother ever had a more devoted or
worthy son tlrnu did that mother whom
Jno. Gash loved w ith such t-mder devotion
and of whom he so often spoke. The uows
of his death cast a hade of porrow over tho
brow of very many of Atlanta's best'citi
zens who had known ami loved him and
many were the kind word of sympathy
that fell from their lips. But sail as mr
hearts are and much as we feel the loss of
our dear friend, we r joined when we read
"he was ready and perfectly willing logo."
Aud while a host of loving hearts in this
far away southern city mingle their tear
with those of the fond wither and devoted
sister we look through our tears to that
bright "beyond" when we hope ono day to
meet our departed fn'end. J. F. B.
Mother! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at eight aud broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth? If bo, go at once and get a bottle of
Mrs. Winslow's Sootliing Syrup. It will
relievo the poor liitle sufferer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistake
about it. There is uot a mother on earth
who has evtr used it, who will not tell you
at once that it will regulate the bowels,
and pive rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly safe to use in all cases, and
pleasant to tho taste, and is the prescrip
tion of ono of the oldest and best female
phytitians and nurses in the United States.
Sold everywhere. 23 cent a bottle.
.NEW AIH KHilM- il KYIf.
Noilrm In tl1 rolnraii throw 1 1 -i (. of lm SJcenti
urjutimortioa or Jl OJ jxrvevl,.
L'OK HA t.ii.'. 'tie goo 1 li'.i k ho.in: complete,
1 one Ir-iuo) h')ii cori.t-r T'.ith mid W.lrmt tu
lm rt-mnve ) ii'ioiit Mun-li l-o r.-t. C It Wool).
U" K SM.K. - M inT e.'irlor go
1 tuvc, 7 KHiju-l-, jM-rfeci urdor. Will lie .old at
amrtatn. rati ou or a1'! r (. rr of Tritium-.
Al ANTE i'.- fly a nisn if k o 1 feeorr tnt-nilatloua
" a iltuatloo a cKrk or canhler AiHrei tiy
poclai card to II H. f , Careof llii'.lnilu Offlie.
IUK KKN 1 '. Furulntifil rouma Eleventh St
anil Wartiuwton avenue. MRS PAKHALI,.
Putt KALE.-MIanVi. CbaUa! M.irgn-od. Sun-lal
Warra-itr and Warranty IKrdi at tun Unlit tin
Jnh oftln; T ih In I.evei;
i ; ikistivo orrirfcs-w. '.,
Muckof 2l:id. No. 1 "M" ni that we Wil !! io
I'Mt.ti-ri only, In luis or nui lwmj ttinu ttd r--aui. at
$i Uijierreaia caali- AJJren F. A . Ilu rn- t t . Bui
(UIKO OPERA HOUSK.
On Night Ooly.
Aii Electric & Positive Success
A p'.iy written to run!') people Uuii.
A Eavnf -pirklitig S inliln!
JOHN WHITRLKV.Prop. and Manager
Hidden Hand Company,
Supporting the Peerleaa CaM'orMi f'mctllecnc,
AMERICA'S TAMOUs alM.INf SOCJ3!tKTTn,
In an entirely nam Dramatic Vcrnloi of Mm. B,
D. K. N. Nceithwortb i Karma No York I. ed.fr
ii'iiry, and thu greatest of all Soutb"ru Dramat
"The Hidden Hand!"
A Superb Dramatic Co.,
Majn!rlfjt)t ntvl Special Hconcry!
Tic (Ireit Cotton Picking Scene !
Nothing like it ever witnessed before I
Yoa have never -Bn "Th- llMl-a II ml" tilaved
until you ie lull O K U A T C 0.V1 1' a N i .
Greeted by crowded houses everywhere
roiVt.VH PrttcKS: Ad iilss'.o i 5ii and 75 eta.
ltiervii'l aeala arcurnil 1 1 advntire without extra
ctiaro at H id'ir'a Jt-aulry tor.
4 CITY NATIONAL HANK.
VI OUlU UVKK.
A (toneral Hanking business
Til os. v. ll Alil.l I)A .
,VN mHI'KlSK HA VINO HA.SK.
Of Cairo, .
KXCM'SIVKbYA SAVINfiS HANK.
TllOH. V. H Alii .t I) AY,
H, T. UEKOULD AND
C. r. N 15 W h A N 1).
AND GAS F1TTKKS,
HUIVK WKUS, F0KCH AND
LIFT PUMPS FlIllNISllIiDANDPUT
UP IN A WOKKMANL1KK
MANNER, GAS FIX
TURES or all k nafarulh lie order, o'd fixuirea ro
hronsudi Joahlin promptly ationilail Id, Orders
recolrod at Oiinlnl Ha tinan'a ot at tho shop,
COMMKKC1AL AVKNUK UETWKEN
NINKT1I AND TENTH STKKKTS,