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THE -DAILY CAIRO IWLLhTIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER
THE DAILY BULLETIN
omCK: SO. 7 OHIO LEVEE.
KYIKltKI) AT TUB CAIRO I'OSTOKHICE FOR
TiiMMiSf.ioN tuduoiit6 MAIM AT SEC
ONI) CLASH KATES.
oFIoiaL FAPBUOF CITT AND COUNTY
SPECIAL L0(JAL ITEMS.
N utir' in i hi cu'.itnm, vldQt ctnta per line for
flrrt mil nve conn per lica each subsequent Inser
tion, for oiid week. .VI conts pet lion, if or one
n oMh, olceul per liui).
50c per Cau,
Extra Selects, at DeBaun's.
Finest lot of window curtains
city lit Joll". Clark's.
Use The Cairo Bulletin perfouted
wci ittch-biuik, made of calendered jute
iiiMiiillH, equally good tor ink or pencil. For
sale, in three sizes, at the ollice. No. 8 and
live and ten cent each by the siugh) one,
ly the dozen. Special discount on gross
lots to tlio trade.
To nil who arc- suffering froiu the errors
aud in liscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of mauliood, iVc, I
will send a recipe that will ecu you, fhek
of chauoe. This great remedy was
discovered ly a minister in South America.
Send a sell addressed envelope to the Rev.
JobKiMi T. Inman, Station I)., New York
Go to JetF. Clark's for fancy window
shades and everything pertaining thereto.tf
(700D READING FOK THOUGHTFUL
BUoLLD HE CAHKFULLY READ THAT COKHKCT
CONCLUSIONS MAV HE AtUUVrl) AT.
l'AL'L 0. SCllfll,
Der Sui: Recognizing the fact that
there is to a certain exteut, a mutual depen
dency exibtiug between the professions of
pharmacy and mediciue, and feeling that a
better uoderstauding of the function and
duties of the two profession bhould be re
cognized and adhered to, we, of the uiedi
cal profession of Cairo, objuct to the fre
quent habit of druggists ot tln city, of
diagnosing diseases and prescribing medi
cines, for the following reasons:
First. The science of pharmacy does
not include a knowledge of the bcience of
Second. You are violating' the medical
practice act, by so doing, and robbing t he
physici ins of their leit'-timate business.
Third. You me practising deception
upou the sick; therefore we ask you to ad
here to the law govoruiug the prHOtice of
Another grievance to which w e respect;
fully ask your attention, is the matter of
refilling prescriptions without authority ot
the physicians who have writeu thein. The
above practice is injurious to both patient
and phj'sicians; the patient often Buttering
Irom the effects of improper medicine, and
the physician because he is practically
beld 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 iu
the same, iir soon as it is once tilled and
placed on tile, and that ho has no right to
demand that it be taken from the file and
be refilled, except by the order of the pre
scribing physicians. Wc therefore ask
you to discontinue the practice.
After duo deliberation, we the under
signed members of the "Medical Associa
tion of Cairo" Imvo resolved not to patron
ize directly or indirectly, any druggist,
who shall ufter this date, be known to pre
scribe for any one requiring the services of
a physician, or who shall refill or duplicate
proscriptions without the written or verbal
authority of the physician. Hespecltullv,
W. H.Sm th, IW. J. C. Sullivan, V. P.
G. 0. Parker, Sec'y. J. J. Gordon. J. II.
Bryant. C. W. DrssiNo. D. II. Parker.
J. S. I'KTHIE.
To Um Public:
Although the above resolutions speak for
themselves, aud although any unprejudiced
person cau readily read between the lines
tuorcal motives prompting the Cairo Med
ical Association to issue such a proclama
tion, I feel like making u few remarks:
I, for my part, do not know that I htve
beeti deceiving the public during the last
111 yesie past aud do not intend to dcriivo
it now, on the. contary, 1 will try, in the
futon, nil have in tne past, to mind my
ou busineiN snd attend tn the w.ints of
my p it tons to the best of my ability". I
am neither beuoino nor biting any one's
patronage, but my aim is to pleae each
and every one, who kindly favors me with
thir e.'illr. Respectfully,
Paul G. S( ii i n.
iu maiket at DiBiuin's 5(5 Ohio levee.
A Fine Bai ber .Shop.
Win. Alba, on Commercial avenue, has
the most extensive and us fine ao equipped
barber shop as can be found m anyci'y.
His employes are masters in the trade,
wlioso razors are always smooth and keen.
His establishment is large enough to
meet any demand upon it without any tire
some waitiug; aud lis patrons go away
pleased with til ru themselves and hit work.
Give him a trial.
go to DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
New Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shoeing shop baa been open
ed by Mr. P Powers oo Tenth (street. All
manner of bUckMiitbing and wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specially.
Work douu promptly. tf
Ffnli Oysters s
at DcliaunV, 5U Ohio levee.
ICE I ICE!!
Out uf the tire, cor. of titli and Levee, ray
Icehouse and office la at present . the
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, m)
tweeu Hill and Uth streets. Ordeis will be
filled sauie as Usual, both wholesale and
retail. Wagons f iipply regliluily every day.
Received on consignment, lot of strictly
pure apple cider, in -JS gallons Darrein,
warranted to keep sweet six to twelve
months. 8. E. Wilson,
U-17-Ot No. 77 Ohio Levee.
A (J OOU RESTAUiUNT.
If you waut a good meal call at Schoeu
meyer's Restaurant cor. 10th st. and Wash
ington Ave. Only 25 cents lor a regular
meal, and day boarders will tluil the best
accomodation on reasonable terms.
50c. per Can,
Extra Selects, at DoBiun's.
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ed stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured a'ul for sale at the Cairo litilletin
OKI Machinery Castings Wanted
at Hennie's new founiry for which the
highest prices will bo paid iu cash.
Call at No. 03 Ohio Levee.
tl John T. Rkx.nie.
fixtures lit Jetl.
JfHNKUAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notlras in these cuinmna. ten conu pur Una,
rb iui.rti.iu and whether markod or not, if calcu-
t.vlto rwad anv man a husln"s interest are
always pilrt fur.
Judge J. J. Bird has started a saloon
near Twenty eighth street, on Commercial
Marrao and P.irrat. two new song and
dance artists, am at the Comique this week.
Dr. Gordon who Ins beeu away to
Zinesville, Ohio, for about ten days, re
Si bool children will tind The Bulle
tin' soratch-bnoks Nos. 5 and II br sale at
Phil Saup's c:indy st .ire. " tf
Mr. J -.seph Beruath's jewelry store is
now being newly painted. Its internal
improvements are about completed.
--Go to the Comique this week to tee
Mtrruu and Parrat, new song and dance
star, who arrived Tuesday. It
A nov company qf "Wizird Oil sing
ers" is in the city, and they are equal ia
every re-pect to any of their predecessors.
-Prof. Storei's orchestra played siinc
liue pieces in a masterly manner at the
oprra house last night, to the admiration
of the audience. "
Mrs. S. V. Cornish and children ar-
lived yesterdiy from Chicago and will re
main here several weeks on a visit to her
sister?, Mrs. II. II. Cuidej and Mrs. Bay
ley. Mr. Citirkaoa is making wedding suits
a specialty this season. Call ttt "The Halli
day'' to-day and give him your measure.
He Iiks a beautiful liue of samples from
Mr. H. II. Cuideo returnod a
day or two no from a visit of a week
or more in the north. During hi3 absence
he attended an importaut church meeting
of the. Episcopal church at Chicago.
The Wabash road has brought large
quantities of rock into the city and placed
it along its Commercial avenue track above
Twentieth street, to be used soon in re
pairing the road bed there.
Last Saturday Mr. Michael Schethan
received bis insurance from Messrs. Wells
& Keith, for the property destroyed by
tire at Beech Ridge but a few days before.
Mr. Schechnn has not yet decided what to
- A revised table of the vote of Pope'
county, published in last week's Golconda
Herald just received at this office, give
Captain Thomas' majoity in that couuty at
595 and makes that gentlemen 'a total ma
The Cairo city gas compauy have
placed at their works, machinery foi crush
ing aud screening coke, and aro now pre
pared t furuish crushed coke, which is an
excellent substitute for hard coal, Orders
left at the office on Eighth street will re
ceive prompt attention. lw
--Foity-nix thousand immigrants ar
rived iu October. Germany furnished
17,6911 and Ireland only 3,415. England
aud Wales seul7,H59, more than twice as
many as Ireland. And yet we me told by
Captain Thomas that our immigrants come
mostly from free trade couutries!
The city jail gang did some good work
on Eighth street yesterday under the hu-
pervieion of Street Tax Collector Arter.
All the accumulated dirt was gathered up
in piles for removal. The other paved
streets of the city, similarly served, would
also be greatly improved.
A powder magaiiue exploded Monday
at Guayaquil. Ten persons are reported
killed. This item will doubtless have a
Boothing effect upon thone citizens, among
them Brother Potter, of the Argus, who re
side in tho vicinity of tho three or four
powder magMzinea iu the northwesterly
portion oft he city.
- Yesterday's Argua was the first uum
ber of its fifth volume. Tho Argus has not
exactly been a "Jumbo" gold mine to its
proprietor, (very few papers are) but it has
been a "midget" of a greenback factory to
him. And that it may continue to be the
latter and gradually, steadily approach the
former, is tho wish of yours truly.
From complete official returns received
from every county in Illinois, it appears
that John C. Smith's vote for state treas
urer was 354,513; Alfred Orendorl's vote
for the saom office, 240,007; the former's
majority, 6,475. Henry Rush's voto for
school superintendent was 353,1 45; Charles
T. Strattan's vote, 350,370; the lonner'i
Mr. Fred W. Taramore, paymaster of
tho Texas aid St. Louis narrow guago,
camo down the line Monday night on his
monthly mission of making "the boys
happy," and Col. J. W. Pnramore, presi
dent of tho Texas undSt. Louis railway, re
turned to St. Louis Monday from New
York, whither he went on business con
nected with his railroad interesta.
Mr. John Major is having a two-story
frame building put up on the north side of
Ninth street, between Commercial avenue
and Poplar street. Its frame is already
up. It will bo about fifty feet long by
twenty-five wide. The upper story is to be
used bv him for a paint shoo, and the
lower story will bu used iu connection with
itis already large wagon factory and black
"My Partners" is announced appear to
at the Opera House on Tuesday next, Nov.
28. This is the very best play Bartley
Campbell ever wrote, and has brought him
more money than any other. Aldrich and
Parsloe appeared here last February with
the play and the manner in which it was
received at that time indicates that our
people know a first class article of drama
when they see it. Buder has tickets on
sale, 75, 50 aud 35 ceii!s, reserved seats in-
-Captain John G. D. Knight is lead to
believe, by his interview with the special
river committee of congress, that its in
vestigation will be thorough and fair, and
will uot tend to create prejudice against
the commission, plan of improvement.
The captain was subjected to a rigid exam
ination by the committee, as to the work
under his charge from Cairo to Island No.
40, and he gave all possible information,
'rom the character and tone ot the inter
view with the committee he judges that the
investigators are all prompted byaderire
to learn and tell ouly tho truth.
A mule attached to a delivery wagou,
the whole belonging to Mr. Valentine Re?ch
and standing unfssteue-J in front of his
place of business on Eighth street, became
t'lightened at a pissing ox yesterday and
ran up Eighth street to Railroad street and
lowu that to the rear of The Bulletin
office. O'l the w ly tbj wim cvuo i:i
contact with an obstinate obstruction and
was considerably torn up. Tee driver of the
rig whoiu violation of the city ordinances,
bad allowed the' mule to sun I in the
street untied, was arrested for the offense
and fined three dollars and cost by Janice
Meetings of temperance people are be
iug held in all the small towns ia southern
Illinois, and other parts of the state with
the object of appointing cemmittees whose
duties shall be to obtain signatures to pe
titions asking the Thirty-third legislature to
submit to a vote uf the people of this
state the ques'iou of prohibiting by law the
manufacture and sale of liquors; and also
to another petition asking the submission
of a proposition to enfranchise the women
of the state. In view of the results of the
late elections it is rot likely that a Repub
lican legislature will venturo to make any
concessions whatever to the Prohibition
ists. A s-nsible exchange, that evidently
has btcnv.e tired of extending favors to
dead-he -idcis, exclaims: Why anyone
should expect the newspaper publisher to
be more generous in squandering bis sub
stance than other business men is some
thing that cannot be accounted for, except
on the supposition that some people have
an idea that printers set up type for love
of work, that ink and typo and printing
presses aro gifts from Heaven to sinful
men who publish newspapers merely for
tho purpose of soothing tho pathway of
their fellow men on tho rugged road to
fortune, and who hope not for reward this
side of tho grave.
Beautiful advance pictorials for the
Madison Square troupe, of Now York,
which is to produce "Esmirclda" in the
Cairo Opera House ou tho Oth uud 7th, are
already here. "Esmirclda," it will be re
membered, had an immense run in New
York city but a short timu ago. The pen.
pie ol Cairo will havo the same grand
treat rikht here at Lome. Sol Smith Bus
ell, "Cairo's favorite," will also bo here ou
tho 1st of December. The people of Csiro
will Hud before tho season closes that,
through the efforts of Captain Shields, they
will have been brought face to face with
some of the best theatrical talent the coun
East St. Louis Gazette: "The fivo
miles of new road being built by the St.
Louis & Cairo railroad between East St.
Louis aud East Carondolet is being rushed
to completion rapidly, About two miles of
tho grading ii already finished aud more
pile drivers will be put on CahokU plough
next week, and as tho piles and timber are
already ou the ground for this work it will
bo a short time until the bridging will be
complete, tho rails laid and the cars lim
ning. --A connection his been mails be
tween the St. L'luis &. Cairj railroad and
CiflHjondalo and Grand Tower railroad at
Murphysboro, and in a day or two the St.
L. fc C. railroad will begin transporting the
product ol the Mt.Coi bmi mines."
The elevated road way iu tho saw mill
yards of Captain W. P. Halllday is now iu
daily use. Tho lumber, as it comes from
tho saws, is couveyed by rollers to the
rear end of tho mill, is there loaded upon
cars which are drawn by a mule to any part
of the yards desired. Tho lumber is
stacked in piles us high ns twe.ity-llvo feet
along cither side of the nuiiiurous tracks.
The male is well trained, walking through
tho noisy mill, around whirring saws and
wh'cls and belts, and along tho roadways,
with as much apparent uuconcern as lie
might pass ti hay stack after a hearty meal
oi corn. The mill is in full oporatiou
every week-day, and a largo uutnber of logs
nru lying in the river and on tho bank,
awaiting the saws' keen teeth boforo ice
comes down the river to carry them away.
Mrs. A. B. SafTord has decided upon
the site for her "Safford Memorial" library
building. It is loci ted ou the westerly
side of Washington avoiiuo, between Six
teenth and Seventeenth streets. It embra
ces sixteen lots abutting Washington ave.,
Sixteenth and Seventeenth streets. The
lots are all to bo filled up to a level with
Wo'shmgtoii avenue. Plans fer the library
building are uow in the courso of prepara
tion by architects in several of the large,
cities of tho north and east, and when they
shall have nil arrived a comparison will bo
made between them and Mrs. Safford will
adopt that which to her shall seem the best.
As it will be best to commonce the base
ment of the building before any filling
is done on, the sito, nothing will be done
until u plan for tho building has been
That entertaining magaziuo, Braiuard's
Musical World, comos to hand this month
with the usual interesting and instructive
misiellany, correspondence, musical news,
gosip, etc., and sixteen pages of delightful
new music by the best authors. The
World is an invaluable couipauion to all
musicians; teachers and pupils aliko fiud it
entertaining, pleasing aud Useful. A new
and excellent song with chorus; a fine bal
lad; two beautiful waltzes; a galop and a
Fantasia, are among the music pages of the
November number of this ever weleomo
gue-t. We heartily commend tho World
to a'l lover of music. The subscription
pi'.c' is 1.50 per year; singln copies, 15
c nt-i. ( I lie music received in this way, in
ou' ear, would cost over f 50 purchased by
the sheet!) S. Bninard's Sons, 130 State
street, Chicago, III., re tho publishers,
--The correspondent of the Cincinnati
Commercial, with tho congres.-iotial
special committee, writing from Mem
phi under date of tho 16th, pays the
following nice and well-deserved little
compliment to Cairo's opera house and to
Captaiu Shields, its ablo manager, who
racioiisly invited the committee to attend
the llumpty Duiupty performance of Tony
D;nier's troupe that night: "Before leaving
Cairo, tho committee -held a Dieetiug, at
which tho action of Captain Cavaoaugh, in
securing transportation and other arrange
ments for the care and comfort of the
committee, was indorsed, and at which it
was decided to bgiu the examination of
improvements at P;um Point and tho tak
ing of oral testimony from interested par
ties at Memphis. Tuesday uight the com
mittee, with the kdies of the party, at
tended the representation of "Uumoty
Duiupty," at the beautiful little opera
house, ou the invitation f Captain Shields,.,
the manager.' The wise legislators seemed
to enj y the absurd extravagances, broad
burlesqujs an 1 ancient witticisms of that
pantomime with all the gu.-ao of common
mortals. Judge lloimau aid uot offer a
single objection, and the next day Ben.
But'erwortli wis detected humming
a miustrel air, while Mr. Thomas,
despite a slight iheuuiatic tinge, did a lit
tle hoe-down accompaniment.
In explanation of cause why the Demo
cratic tickets at the late election, liko tho
Republican tickets, were not printed only
"for the state house appropriation," Mr.
Oberly says in a late issue of tho Bloom
ington Bulletin: "Representatives ot tho
Springfield people called on Mr. Oberly
and informed biui that, if he would issue a
ciicular as chairman of the Democratic
state central committecc, dirocting the
Democratic tickets iu the several counties
to be priuted with only "For tho state
house appropriation" on them, Mr. A. M.
Jones, of the Republican committee, would
issue a similar circular on his side of tho
hmifo. Mr. Oberly informed the Spriug
field representatives that ho would issue
such a circular if tho law authorizing the
vote ou tho appropriation would justify
it ; but he stated that he had rot seen the law
and could give no definite answer to the
the leqtiest that had been made. Subse
quently Mr. Jones, tho Republican chair
man, and Mr. Oborly, the Democratic
chairman, had a conference on this sub-'
jeer, and they camo to the conclusion that
neither would be justified under the law iu
dirocting the tickets to be printed with
only "For" on thorn. No direction was
therefore given by either committee. All
that Mr. Oberly had to do with tho appro
priation question was to rofuse to issue a
circular to Democratic county committees
directing that only tho words "For the
$531,713.18 appropriation," should be
printed on llio Democratic ticket. He
had no right to make such an order."
The newest freak iu American politics
is that iu the next congress tho senate will
bo neither Republican nor Democratic, but
Rcadjtistor that is, tho two Virginia Road
justers, Mahouo and Riddleborgor, will
have it, on all test questions, completely
at their mercy, and their decision will be
tho decision ot oilo branch of tho Ameri
can congress, In the senate at present
there are 37 Democrats, 37 Republicans, 1
Readjustor (Malmne) and 1 Independent
(Davis), Mahono and Davis have voted
with the Republicans, and this has made
the body virtually Republican. There will
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be some changes iu the souate after March
3rd next, but they will not materially alter
tho equilibrium between the Democrats
and Republicans. Senator Davis of- Illi
nois will go out aud Tc succeed by a Re
publican aud this will give W Republi
cans to 37 Democrats assuming,' which is
not altogether certain, that the new Ne
braska senator chosen to Bucceod Senator
Saunders will U; a)strnight Republican. The
The Republicans will havo I plurality over
the Democrats, but they will not have a
majority of tho members, for there will bo.
3 Virginia Rea ljusters. If these voto with
the Repulicans they will have a majority
of 8; if they voto with the Democrats tho
latter will havo a majority of 1, As the
senate will have to be reorganized wdien
tho next congress meets the two Virginia
Readjustee will have tho power to deter
mine absolutely who shall bo its president,
secretary and other officers. It is taken
for granted that they will giv their
votes to the Republicans; but it will not
bo without a valuable consideration.
An enthusiastic Democrat, writing
from Danville, Ills., to one of our largo bu
siness linns, after the manner of "the funny
mau from Danville," says: "How does the
Democratic land slide "from sea to sea" suit
you? Did Thomas get beaten? General
Ben Butler never stole a spoon iu bis life;
th it was a campaign lie. And they shall
come froiu the east aud from the west and
shall sit down in the Kingdom of Arthur
with Glick, Patfisou, Clevelaud and But
lor. The Democratic party, like the Catho
lic church, has always claimed that it has
the means of salvation within it-ell. I
think that the psalmist had in los mind
the Democratic party when he wrote tho
13th verse of the (iSth Psalm which reads as
follows: "Though yo have lain anion; the
pots, yet shall ye bo as the winsof a dove,
covered with silver and feiiher of vellow
The audience dnmn tothe opera house
last night by tho Whileley's Hidden Hand
company was equal iu respect to numbers
and character to any that ever gathered in
that elegant institution of pleasure. There
was room for but few more either in pit,
circle or gallery and the audience num
bered over a thousand. The p'ay in itself
is calculated to arouse the strongest con
flicting emotions of those who read or see
it, and this company play d it last night
fcr all it was worth, with u powerful effect
upou tbo audience. Miss Nera Vernon in
her varied character as "Capitola" moved
many in tho audience to tears and laughter
by turns as tbo circumstances in which she
found herself changed from pitiful to hu
morous. She proved herself to u first
rate character actress and that she pleased
tho audience well was evident from the
frequent hearty applause accorded her." Tho
other members of the company did their
parts equally well and were also frequently
enthusiastically complimented by the
The following, about the congressional
committee, in the Cincinnati Commercial
will bo of interest to readers of The Bul
letin. "Leaving Cairo at 5:30 a. m. ou
Wednesday, with the glare of a burning
building illuiniuatipg the sky, about 7
o'clock we passed the Columbus bluffs, with
their almost obliterated remains of the
fort of the rebellion period. At this point
there has recently beeu going on a cutting
away ot thebluffiu frontot'tbecity.cuused,
it ts said, by the trestie-woi k of an incline
of the railroad opposite. Judge Bullock,
a resident of Columbus, met the committee
ou the boat at Cairo, and in an informal
manner piesented the facts, but was iu
foruied that ouly in an indirect way, under
one of the subdivisions of the general sub
ject, could they consider the matter. At Hick
man, also, tho action of the river is making
dangerous encroachments on the plateau
hutweeu the river and bluffs, and all along
shore evidences of the changeable character
of the banks were observed. Tbo com
mittee paiised much of tho time observing
the rives aud listening to such information
as might be volunteered by thoao familiar
with the character of tho Btrcam.
Before leaving Cairo, the Hon. J. C. Bur
rows, of Michigan, chairman of the com
mittee; tho Hon. Frank Hiscock, of New
York; the Hon. Geo. D. Robinson, of
Massachusetts, and ths lion. E. Juo. Ellis,
of Louisiana, joinod the steamer. Messrs.
Burrows aid Ellis were accompauied by
their wives aud Mr. Thomas by his sister,
Mrs. Draper. This increased the party to
teu geutloiuen aud six ladies, or Bixteen
all told, and for the transportation of whom
to New Orleans the Bteamer receives $3,000.
Hou. Mr. Ilazeltou, tho Wisconsin member,
did uot put in an appcVranco, nor did tho
Hon. John C. New, assistant secretary ol
the treasury, show up'. It ia suggested tho
latter gentlema.i is waiting and watchiug
for tbo vacation of a certain pair of shoes
in tho treasury department which ho thinks
ho could exactly fill. It would certainly
be most appropriate to havo a representa
tive of tho treasury along, and if this plan
of "improving" tho Mississippi continues it
would bo well to establish tho treasury at
some contral point In tho Mississippi valley."
IlXYTHORV & 8LOO,
DEALERS IN HOOTS, SHOES,
NOTIONS, CLOTUINO,' ETC,
1 1 1 COM-
MEItCIAL AVE., CAIttO, ILL,
N.O. Tluici-Ueniocrai. ,
Among tho long established and loading
houses iu Cairo, the above occupies a prom
inent position. The firm began business
here 15 years ago, und new control a thriv
ing trade in this state, besides Kentucky,
Missouri and Arkansas. They carry an im
mense stock, including everything in the
lines mentioned above, all of whicn is
systematically arranged. They buy in East
em markets for cash, and are consequently
enabled to defy competition, Belling to
country dealers 4nd farmer's clubs at the
lowest wholesale rates. The membors of
the firm aro Messrs. Oscar Haythorn and
W. A. Sloo, who aro reliable aud prompt
business men, and pleasaut and polite
Died, at her home yesterday at 13:30
o'clock, Mrs. Mat. Culliuan.
f Funeral will tako place this afternoon.
Services will be held at St. Joseph's church
at 1 o'clock, aud special train will leave
foot of Fourteenth street at 3 o'clock for
Mrs. Cullinan was an cxamplary young
woman, but receutly married. A young
child, husband, three half-sisters and two
half-brothers survive to mourn her loss.
THE RIVER SPECIAL COMMISSION.
Vicksburg, Nov. 3'J. The Mississippi
river commission w is here to d iy. It is
believed the commission are not unanimous
in favor of Mimi .sippi river improvements
The comuiis-d u examined the extraor
dinary change of the course of the river as
to leave Vicksburg practically three miles
inland. Opposite IMu the river has
washed out the mattress-work and piling
put down by the city in n attempt to con
trol tho river and pr-vent tho cut-off.
Twobundred and fifty thousand dollars
wereexpeuded in this work. A million
dollars of money have been exp-nded at
other points on the river, with a view of
narrowing and deepening the chaunel to
A man is wisur for his learning, and the
soouer be learns that the only proper way
to cure a Cough or Cold, is to use Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup, tho better he is off,
Only Two Bottles.
Messrs. Johnson, Hollowav & Co., whole
sale druggists of Philadelphia, Pa., report
that some time ayo a gentlemen handed
them a dollar, with a request to send a
good catarrh cure to two army officers in
Arizona. Recently the same gentleman
told them that both the officers and the
wife of Gen. John C. Fremont. Governor ol
Arizona, had been cured of catarrh by the
two bottles of Ely's Cream Balm.
N tW ADYEETISEMKNTH.
Noilcoa In thi column three tines or less 23 cents.
ouetnterUoa or $10.) p.r woe It .
FOH SALE. na-b'r' chair, wurh itanw, ta
blet die. CON HAD ALU A, Sixth Itrcet
I fOK SALE. One nood brick hoano complete,
one frame homo corner Tenth and Wnlnnt to
lie removd sbout March ht next. C. K. WOOD
WARD. I'iH HALK.-K bUonlut;r I'trlor Orcan-5 or
1 tave, 7 lop in perfect order. Will lie sold at
a tiNrgaln. Call on or addrnta care of Tribune,
TjV)K HINT. Farnfabed room. Eleventh St.
F and Washington avomie. M KS . l'ARUAI.L.
LViKHAIiK. lllanlii, Clitiltii: Morcaees, Spoclsl
T Warranty and Warranty pi.ru at tli Bullet m
Job office TS Ohio Levco
T PHINTINO OKRCKS-We have a larce
itv kof Sxi. No. 1 "II" uewa that wo wll' fl to
Sirmtera only, tn lute of not lesa ihm two reams, si
12 10 per ream cab.. Addrsaa K A. Burnett, Ilul
ct Iu (llllce.
By tho Laillea uf tbe Eulai.uiial Church. At
KcaWlebcc of Chftf Usurer, Esq-
THURSDAY EVE, '0V. 23rd,
18U2- B O'CLOCK.
A Vine 0)eter Supper will lm Served. A Novel
aud I'nl'ina Program will ho Trceuted,
GRAND PHANTOM PARADE"
And some fine Musical (selections from tbe beat
talent. Admlaslou SS cente.
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
Tuesday, November 28th.
The Electric Success,
Mr. HARTLEY CAMPBELL'S
Famous and most Powerful American Prania, In
Four Acts untitled
fho play wblch made the faino of Its author In t
lilKbt.-NoW Yoik Herald.
W ttb tho Superb Star Company with which, wher
ever pruaonted, It hoa achieved
A GRAND THIUMPII.
W. 11 BROWN, lrnnairi,ri
WALTER LENNOX, Jr., f Managers
Ue.-ervud Heat ou sate at finder's Jewelry Store,