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TI1K DAILY OAlltO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 19, 1.82.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
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tr.tauri five ceuu per liue each aubtoquent Inter
'.luu. Knr one wuek, SO cent, pur line. Fur one
month, 80 ceuti per Hue.
50c per Cau,
Extra Selects, at DeBaun's.
Fiuost lot of window curtains in tho
city at Jeff. Clark's. tf
Use The Cairo Bulletin perforated
scratch-book, made of calendered jutu
msuilla, equally good tor ink or pencil. For
sain, in three sizes, at the office. No. 2 and
!!. live and ten cents each by the single one,
1 1)' the dozen. Special discouat on gross
lota to tho trade.
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will cere you, fnkk
OF ciurge. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
Bond a sell-addressed envelope to the Ilev.
Joseph T. Lvman, Station P., New York
Go to -JetF. Clark's for fancy wiudow
shades and everything pertaining tucreto.tf
GOOD READING FOR THOUGHTFUL
SIIOVI.0 DB CAREFULLY UBADTUAT C'OH H ECT
CONCLUSIONS MAT BE AKMVKD AT.
ni l o. sont'D.
Devr Sir: Kecogniziug tho fuct that
there is to a certain extent, a mutual depen
dency existing betwecu tho professions of
pharmacy and uieuicino, and feeling that h
Letter understanding of the function and
duties of the two profession should bo re
cognized aud adhered to, wo, of the medi
cal profession of Caro, objoct to tho fre
quent habit of druggists oi this city, of
diaguosing diseases and prescribing medi
cines, for the 'following reasons :
First! The science of pharmacy does
not include a knowledge of the science of
Second. You are violating the medical
practice act, by so doing, and tubbing the
physiciiua of their legetimate business.
Third. You are practising deception
upon the sick ; therefore we ask you to ad
here to the law governing the practice of
Another grievance to which we respect?
fully ask your attention, is the matter of
refilling prescriptions without authority ot
the physicians who have writen tlictn. Tho
above practice is injurious to both patient
and physicians; the patient often Buflerlng
Irora the fffocts of improper medicine, and
the physician because he is practically
hold responsible for the action of tho medU
cine ho did not prescribe.
Again wo hold that tho original owner
of the prescription loses his ownership in
the same, as soon as it is once tilled and
placed on tile, and that he has no right to
demand that it be taken from the file and
be refilled, except by tho order of the pre
scribing physicians. We thercforo ask
you to discontinue the practice.
After duo deliberation, wo the under
signed members of the "Medical Associa
tion of Cairo" have resolved not to patron
ize directly or indirectly, auy druggist,
who shall after this date, be kuown to pre
scribe for anyone requiring the services of
a physician, or who shall refill or duplicato
prescriptions without tho written or verbal
authority of the pTiyaician. Respectfully,
.11. Smith, Prest. J. C. Sullivan, V. P.
O. G. Parker, Sec'y. J. J. Gordon. J. II.
Bryant. 0. W. Dunning. D. II. Parker.
.1. S. Pktrie.
To tba PublloJ
Although. Abe above resolutions speak for
themselves, jud although any unprejudiced
person can readily read between the lines
the real motives prompting tho Cairo Med
ical Assoclat ion to issue such a proclama
tion, I feel like making a fow remarks
I, lor my part, do not know that I have
been deceiving the public during tho latt
19 yearn past aud do not intend to deceive
it now, on the contary, I will try, in the
futuM, as I have iu tne past, to mind my
own business mid attend to the wants of
luy patrons to the best of my ability. I
am neither beuoino nor buyi.no any onus
patronage, but my aim is to please each
and every one, who kindly favors mo with
their call's. Respectfully,
Paul G. Schuh.
in inaikot at DeBaun's 60 Ohio levee.
A Fine Barber Shop.
Wm. Alba, on Commercial avenue, has
the most extensive and as floe an equipped
barber shop as can be found in any city.
His employes are trusters in the trade,
whose razors aro always smooth and keeu.
His establishment is large enough to
meet any demand upon it without any tire
some waiting; aud hs patrons go away
pleased with him themselves and his work.
Give him a trial.
go to DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
New Blacksmith Shop.
A now horse shoeing Hhop lias been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Tenth street. All
manner of bUckniu thing and wagon work
dope to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work done promptly. tf
St DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
ICE1 ICE 11
Out of the Cre, cor. of 8tb and Luveo, my
icehouse bud office is at present it tho
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, e
tweeu tth aud Otb streets. Orders will be
filled same as usual, both wholesale and
retail. Wagnns tupply regularly every day.
Cairo Lodge, No. 237, A. F. and A. M.
will bold a spocail communication Monday
evening, November 7th, at 7:30 o'clock.
Work in E. A. degree. W. A. Sloo, Sec.
Received on consignment, lot of strictly
pure apple cider, in 48 gallons barrels,
warranted to keep sweet six to twelve
months. 8. E. Wilson,
ll-17-6t No. 77 Ohio Levee
A GOOD RESTAURANT.
If you want a good inoal call at School
mcyer's Restaurant cor. lOilt st. and Wash
ington Ave. Only 25 cunts for a regular
meal, and day boarders will find the best
accomodation on reasonablo terms.
50c. per Can,
Extra Selects, at DeBaun's.
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, inanufac
tured and for sulo at the Cairo Bulletin
Old Machiuery Casting's Wanted
at Rennie's nuw foundry for which the
highest prices will bo paid in cash.
Call at No. 93 Ohio Levee.
U John T. Rennib.
Window shades and fixtures at Jell.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices in thete commna. ten cents tnr line,
Mr,h inxiirtton and whether marked or not, if caicu.
1'itcd to fowrd any mn' nimtuent Interest are
always paid for.
Circuit court adjourned lust evening
till the 8th day of December next.
School children will find TilK Bui.LK
tin scratch-books Nos. 2 and 3 for sale at
Phil Saap's candy atjre. tf
A wreck occurred on tho Wabash road
near Vionna yesterday. No livos were lost,
but ronaiderablo delay to trains occurred.
Rev. B. Y. George occupies tho pul
pit of the' Presbyterian church this morning
Miss Mary McEwcn is still unable to be
up. Yesterday and tho day before she was
Mr. Campbell, editor and proprietor of
tho Charleston (Mo) Courier, was in the
city last evening on buaiuess. He reports
Charleston prosperous generally.
Rev. A. J. Hess will preach this morn
ing and Prof. Campbell will preach to
night at tbu Baptist church at the usual
Mr. Lambdin, The Bulletin's river
editor, is iu Paducah, attending his broth
er who is dangerously ill. Thorefore tho
river column is missing.
The choirs of the several churches
havo all held meetings for practice during
the week. Good music may therefore be
Rector F. P. Davenport has returned
from his tour of tho deanery and will con-
ductservicesin tho Church of tho Redeem
er to-day ag usual.
-There will bo morning and evening
services aud afternoon Sunday-school at
the Methodist church to-day. Rev. Scar-
-Members of Cairo Lodge, No. 287, A.
F. aud A. M. aro to meet Monday night
for work in E. A. degree. Sue special
locals for notice to this effect by Secretary
Buyers of dry goods who desire to
know where to invest their mouey to the
best advantage Bhould visit Stuart's popu
lar and reliable cash dry goods store.
Tho steamer Gus Fowlor will lay over
at Cairo until after tho performance Tues
day night, to take the "Hidden Hand"
troupe to Paducah, where they play
Mrs. Daniel Boicourt and da ughter
Julia of Metropolis returned homo with
Miss. Jennie Reonio from Metropolis and
will remain in tho city a few days visiting
the family of Mr. Jno, T. Reunie.
"Oeneral G. B. Dandy, U. S. Army,
St. Louis," is one of tho signatures on the
register of The Halliday under date of
Friday. Tho "Gen." is quarter-master
or something at St. Louis.
Cairo's favorito actress Katio Putuam
will appear hero Dec. 11th and 12th with
a first class company, and possibly may bo
iuducod to givo us ono mora uight with
For sjme reason wo failed to learn un
til yesterday that the Cairo city cornet baud
Prof. Sturer leader, had given Mr. Peter
Saup a splendid seronado tho night before
it being tho occasion of tho anniversary of
the'latter'a weddiug day.
--Stuart's reliahlodry goods house will
offer on Monday au oniro new line of
dress goods. These goods wero purchased
at a s tcrirlce sale iu Chicago last week,
Stuurt was on hand as usual to pick up
some of the plums. It pays to trade at
It will be of interest to many Cairoites
to learn that Hon. II. Watson Webb was
elected police judgo in the city of San
Francisco at the flection ou tho 7th inst.
He received more than two thousand
majority over his opponent.
The ladies of the Episcopal church will
give a parlor entertainment at the resi
dence ot Mr. Chas. Qalligher noxt Thurs
day evening. One ol its features, a novel
one, will be a grand Puantotn parade and
Whitoley's Iliddon Hand at the Optira
Uouso Tuesday night promises to draw one
of tho largest audiences of thu season,
Buder is disposing of tickets rapidly, and
those who desiro good scats should apply
early in tho moruing, Admission fifty,
seventy-five and twonty-flvo, which include
. Bloomington Bulletin : "Tue Cairo
Bulletin believes that the Mississippi
commission intends to do bonout work,
aud not make their journey down and up
the river a spree. Well, tho journey may
not be one long drunk, but the sparkle of
champagne and tho flow of whisky will
make it interesting on occasions."
Look out for the grand Holiday dis
play at Stuart's. Wo are prepared to show
the handsomest lineof novelties in japanoso
ware, toilet sels, fmcy boxes, toilet articles,
toys of all descriptions, dolls, ties, collars
and the largest line of silk and linen hand
kerchiefs ever brought to Cairo. Stuart,
It may be well to mention at this time
as we approach tho holidays, that the su
premo court of Indiana, in a recent case,
decided, where a defendant sold toy pistols
with cartridges to two boys, 6uch sale be
contrary to the statute, that such sale
was also negligent, and the accidental
wounding of one of the boys, iu playing
with tho pistol, was the natural and proba
ble consequence of the defendant's act in
selling the toys, aud he was held liable.
Mr. Wm. McIIalo is having some of
tho rock lying on tho bunk of Ohio levee
opposite Eighth street . loaded on barges
and towed around to the Mississippi leveo
for uro in the repairs there At Eighth
street the rock is unnecessary, and it
would be impossible to procure rock from
up tho river in timo to use it before the
stage of tho river changes so that tho spot
on the Mississippi levee, where tho work is
in the progress, cannot bo easily retched.
-Pulaski Patriot :-"Ono ot the Wiz-
zard Oil company wagons, has been with
us this week. The gentleman who docs
the "wind work" for this "branch firm,"
evidently has no very good opinion of Cairo.
We base our opiniou.on a remark made by
him Tuesday evening to the effect "that
God did not know that there was such a
place on the faco of the earth," and that
Cairo could not bo found on any of the
maps extant in heaven." "The gentleman
who does tho wind work for that branch of
tho firm" has made a confounded ass of
-Tho Republicon press of tho district is
persistently publishing Captain Thomas'
apparent majority in tho late election at
over 390, some as high as 397. With one
exeptiou The Bulletin's figures ot seve
ral days ago, fixing the Captain's majority
as it appeared from tho official tables pub
lished in tho papers of the several counties
of tho district at 320, remain corrcc. Tho
exception was Williamson county, where
Captain Thomas' majority haa, by tho final
canvass of tho vote, undergono a reduction
ot 6 votes, milking his mgnrity there only
56 instead of 02, as was at first reported.
This reduces the Captain's total majority
down to 314.
In tho county court Friday Steiuloss
McQuasqua was adjudged insane aud or
dered to be taken to Anna for treatment.
The man is the same who has been re
ferred to in these columns several times be
fore, lie was sitting on the truck of tho
Texas nud St. Louis railroad at Bird's Point
some timo ago and had one of his feet so
badly crushed that Dr. Parker, who was
called to attend him, had to amputate it.
The officers of the road had the injured
man conveyed to this city and placed in St.
Mary'n Infirmary, where he lias been over
Bince, for about six months now, at au ex
peusc to tho city of $5 per week or more;
aud he will now go to the insane asylum at
Auua at au expense to the county of there
is no tolling how much for thcro is no
telling how long, Thus is Cairo and
Alexander county compelled to bear the ex
pense of supporting, treating and curing
Missouri's, Kentucky's aud Illinois'
wouuded and crazy paupers.
Tho circuit court convened yesterday
morning as usual. Tho jury iu tho case
of Mahsfly vs. The Wabnsh, St. Louis and
Pacific railroad was brought into court
about 10 o'clock yesterday morning,
it having been out all night
boforo aud not having ar
rived at a verdict. Tho jury stood teu
for giving complainant damages, sjiiu
favoring two, others three, four and five
thousand dollars, while two stood out firmly
to tho end for tho acquittal of defend ints.
The jury was discharged and the caso will
probably have another heiuiug at somo
future timo. The remainder of tho day
was taken up in tho court by tanking
aud argueing motions iu various cases. A
m itiou f ir a ii') 'V trial in tho caso of Hall
vs. Choney was overruled, as was also a
similar motion iu the caso of McKuight
vs. John Hodges, sheriff; but iu the cano of
Porter vs. Smith Bros, the motion for a new
trial was granted. Tho last uamod caso
ha already b ien tried twice aud has
cost the county over $100 in jury foes
alone, aud tho amount involved is but 25,
The first time it was decided against de
fendant, giving complainant $30 in satis
faction of his claim, the secoud timo a
judgment of one dollar was lound in favor
of complainant; but thu court'is to well
satisfied that the right is with defendant
that a third trial is granted. Such ver
dicts as havo boon rendored in thia caso are
incomprehensible to men whose intelli
gence alone debars them from the jury box,
and they aro very expensivo to the people.
It is likely that, before this caso is finished,
tho county will be out another hundred
dollars on account of it.
There was uo criminal business trans
acted by any of the police courts in the city
yetur but hold I yes, there was, one
case. Magistrate Comings officiated at
wedding at tho Sherman house on Com
mercial avenue near Fourth street. Tho
contracting parties woro from Pope county.
He, was a young man, very slender in per
sou, but evidently deeply enaraonod and
also evidently of considerable force of
character! She, was a buxom lass of un
certain age at least when beforo tho coun
ty clerk to get a license ber betrothed
didn't know "for sure" whether she wsb
18 years, or more or less. They had lived
not far apurt in Pope county, not far from
Golconda. They had been engaged for some
time and the wedding day had been fixed
for several days ago, but when the groom
came after his bride the latter's mother re
pented having given her consent to the
marriage and refused to let her daughter
go. But then the two young hearts which
had beaten as ono for so long, began to
beat like thunder with indignation at the
thought of being torn asunder again. A
plan was formed in the fertile young brains
by w,hkh the will of tho bride's parent was
to be overcome. Thursday the groom aud
bride secretly boarded a mule and rodo to
Golconda, where they took a boat and came
to Cairo, and heresottled the matter, to their
satisfaction at least, by getting
married. It may be that the law in such case
made aud provided, which says "what God
hath joined together let not man put asun
der," will be ignored by Mrs. McFarland
ou the ground that she is not a man, and
th.it she will yut endeuvcr to regain pos
session of her run-away daughter; but there
is ample icason to believe that Mr. Cole
will be able to take cue of himself and
wife, even against tho efforts of a deter
mined mother-in-law to "put" thorn "asun
der." They left yesterday for home.
A rather strange case was on trial at
Hodges' Park yesterday. Last Sunday two
young men, Frank Vassaw and Michael
Sullivan, loidod or unloaded a car on the
St. Louis and Cairo railroad. Mr. Wm.
Ireland is justice of the peace in that pie-
cinct, and ho is a very pioue old man. At
sight of this gross desecration of the Sab-
both by theso two godless youug fellows,
his Puntnu spirit revolted and ho deter
mined to bring tho bold young offenders
to speedy retribution. In ordinary cases of
offcu.so agaiust the laws of the land a oom-
plaint is first made by some party to some
other pirty who is a justice of tho peace;
the latter issues a warrant for the arrest of
the offender; the warrant is given into the
hands "fan officer for service; the officer
serves the warrant acd brings the offender
iutg court; then the defendant
may, by swearing that he believes
thtt he can not obtain justice
theie, take a change of veuuo to some other
police court. This is thu usual order of
proceedure, established by the law for all
cases of ciiminal offense ugaiuBt the law.
But Mr. Ireland, Mr. Wm. Ireland, bless
his immaculate old bouI, looked upon this
as au extraordinary case; one
of those exceptionally shocking crimes
which demand instant, sure and terrible
punishment. His virtuous indignation
raised him to mighty dignity in his own
official eyes, raised him above all considera
tions of neighborly or personal friendship;
his determination to vindicate the outraged
law, raised him above the law,
caused him to ignore all
law by acting as complainant, constable,
witnesses and court of the last resort, by
impersonating everything necessary Mo a
star chamber court where a verdict of
guilty is a foregone conclusion, excoptiug
the dofendaut against impersonating whom
he seems to have haj4 somo very conscientious
scruples. As complainant, be went before
himself as justice of the peace and de
manded a warrant for Messre. Vassaw and
Sullivan, upou the chargo of Sabbath
desccretion; as justice of the peace, he is
sued Hi'! warrant to himself as
complainant ; a.s justice of tho peace
and complainant, ho turned the wiyrnut
over to himself as constable, with instruc
tions to serve the same; as complainant,
justice of the peace and constable, he served
the warraut aud ordered tho defendants
to appear before himself as tho court, and
bo confronted by himself as the prosecuting
witness nud attorney, and as the
court of last aud only resort, ho denied to
to defendants the right to tako change of
of veuuo to any other court. Tho two
young culprits wore not posHossed of much
legal learning not near as much as their
multitudinous accuser, but they did think
thatr perhaps, it would do some
good to make some inquiry about this
thing. And they did. They bothought
them that it would be well to oppose their
numerous, dutormiiied-to-bo punisher with
as numerous an individual as they could
find in the county, aud they wrote to Mr.
Richard Fitzgerald, saloon-keeper, jailor,
county coroner, deputy sheriff, county con
stable, bailiff, lawyer aud gen
tleman, who gathered himself all up
yesterday aud proceeded forthwith to the
spot to do battle for injured innocence
against iujured igno "innocence" What
the outcome of the caso was we could not
learn as Mr. Fitzgerald had Dot returned
at this writing.
F AH N BAKER & CO.,
Licensed Loan Office
7th St., ltetween Com. & Wash. Avcs.
Last evening, at 0 o'clock, Miss. Mary
Ann McEwen died at the homo of ber par
ents on Fifteen street bick of Cedar street.
She was twerty-two years, eighteen daya
old, and was tho third oldest daughter of
Johu amd Hourietton McEwen. Fu
neral services will held at
the Church of the Redeemer
to-morrow (Monday) afternoon, at 1
o'clock, and the funeral tndn will leave the
foot of Fourteenth street at 2 o'clock for
Beech Grove, where the remains of de
deceased will be interred.
Miss McEwen's death is an exceptionally
sad one,;becausu of her youth and the prom
ise she gave of a future bright, happy and
Useful life. Sbo was a very intelligent
young lady, gained n thorough education
in our public schools, and had, through her
persistent application to study, qualified
herself for tho position of teacher
In the very Institution where she
hud for several years been scholar.
Her room was one of tho largest, in respect
to the number of scholars, iu tho Cairo
schools, and it was one of the best conduct
ed. Her little scholars all loved and re
spected her and eho was a favorite with all
others who knew her, at home or in society.
Her untimely death will be generally rc'
gretted in this community and her rela
tives will have tho sympathy of all.
AN ELECTION CONTEST.
Wo have no authority for saying that
Hon. W. K. Murphy will contest the elec
tion of the "seaside congressman," if that
gentleman should receive the certificate of
election from the canvassing board, but
there aro strong rumors that ho will do so.
We understand that he has received reli
able information from thoso who have
been inquiring into the matter, that, so far,
evidence has been found of the polling of
illegal votes for Thomas as follows: 23 in
Pope county, 37 in Massac county, 58 in
Pulaski county, 08 in Alexander county,
between ."50 and 00 in Cobden, and 20 in
other parts of Union county; making in all
as many as 262 illegal votes in five of the
ten counties ot the district. In addition to
the above know n illegal votes in Alexander.
county, it lias been ascertained that all the
unregistered voters who were sworn in,
were sworn in on illegal affi lavi's, and in
addition to this, the ballot box of the third
Cairo precinct, after the ballots had been
sealed and placed in it by the judges and
clerks, was cairied around town for several
hours by a colored Republican policeman
who was not au officer of the poll and
then delivered by him to a person other
than tho law specifies it shall be delivered
to. It tho third Cairo precinct were thrown
out Captain Murphy would h ive a majority
of 66 in Alexander county if all the illegal
votes cast were counted for Thomas, but
throwing out what illegal votes are now
known to have been cast in this county in
idition to tho third Cairo precinct, Cap
tain Murphy's majority iu this county
would swell to 134. This latter objection
concerning the third Cairo precinct
may be looked upou as a mere technicality,
but it is as much a direct violation of law
as were the defects of the Clear Creek pro
duct returns, upon which the board of can
vassers very properly ruled these returns
Wo do not waot the Democratic congress
to imitate the evil example of the Republi
can majority of the present congress, which
resorted to extraordinary measures in order
to turu out thirteen Democratic members
elected by majorities ranging from 523 to
2,843. But we should like to see the
fraudulent practices aud illegal use of
money by Captain Thomas' frieuds in this
district fully investigated. It Captaiu
Murphy does institute proceedings for a
contest, some interesting 'facts will bo re
vealed. ' It will rjot be necessary to depend
upon technicalities; hundreds of affidavits
can be procured with the greatest of ease,
which will prove beyond a doubt that gross
fraud was resorted to by Republicans at
every stage of this campaign, from the pri
maries to the election; and these affidavits
need not como from Democrats, cither, but
from Republicans, irrespective of their dis
position toward Captain Thomas during
the campaign. Wo want right to prevail,
and if what evidence wo now havo is true
(and we have no reason to doubt it) then
justice demands Captaiu Thomas' official
head aud the installation of Captaiu Mur
phy in hia stead.
wholesale intuootsra, 71 OITIO LEyEE
N. O. Tiinos DunvK.ml .
The above firm currv on tho largest
wholesale drug houso iu southern Illinois.
This house was established in Cairo in 1838
by J. B. Humphrey & Co., who were suc
ceeded in 1807 by tho present firm. Since
the Messrs. Barclay have had chargo of
tho business they have succeeded iu build
ing up a very extensive trade, embracing
Central and Southern Illinois, Western
Kentucky and Tenesseo, Southeast Mis
souri, Arkansas, Mississippi, Louisiana and
Texas. To meet tho largo and growing
demands from so vast an area of territory
the firm are obliged to carry an immense
stock of drugs, chemicals, medicine, etc.
In short, everything ever carried by a drug
They occupy aud own ono of the finest
and most commodious cdiflcis in the city,
being 25x125, feet in dimensions and four
stories high, every floor of which is
crowded with their heavy and comprehen
sive stock. Their business is doubling
every year, and in order to ruako room for
their increasing stocks they were com
pelled, last spring, to appropriate tho en
tire premises above montioned to their own
use, one-halt having been previously occu
pied by other parties. This largely in
creased stor.igo room had already been
found insufficient, and the firm will again
enlarge their accommodations by the erec
tion of an addition in the rear, when their
house will oxteud through tho block from
Ohio levee to Railroad street, giving them
a front on each street. Their storage room
will then comprise eight ordinary sized
floors, having a totaUrea of 18,000 square
feet! The house manufactures gome very
excellent remedies, which havo a very high
reputation and a ready sale. We mention
particularly "B irclay's Extract S irsaparilla
and Iodide of Potash," "Malaria King,"
"Indiau Oil" and "Painless Corn Cure."
They aro ulso largely engaged in manu
facturing fine pharmaceutical preparations,
Biich as elixirs, fluid extracts, syrups, tinc
tures etc., having a large epaco in their
building specially fitted up for their labor
The firm are agents for the celebrate 1
Elaine Oil, a superior burning oil. Besides
their wholesale store, the Barclay Bros,
have also a fine retail establishment on
Eighth street and Washiugtoa avenue.
These gentleman aro thoroughly pouted in
every department of their business having'
had au experience of 30 years in the drug
trade, most of which was acquired in Chi
cago. They are energetic, prompt and
reliable business men, and aro a great ac
quisition to the commercial importance
and prosperity of Cairo.
Never interrupt any conversation with
a hacking Cough; it creates a bad impres
sion. Better invest a quart, r of a dollar in
a bottle of Dr. Bull's Cou;h Syrup and
NEW ADV tk'llMt ji km n.
Notlcen to this column ibree llnoe or lers 3S centi
one Insertion or $1 OJ ptr week.
POR HALB. "no good brick bo ne complete.
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