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TflK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 25, V5b2.
THE DAILY BIJLLETIK
0fICttt HO. n OHIO LEVEE.
KXTKIUO AT TUB CAIRO I'OSTOFFICK FOR
IKANSMISSION THROUGH THE MAILS AT 8KC
ON D CLASH RATES.
hiMvmaL PAPER OK CITV AND COTJUT?
SPECIAL LOHAL ITEMS.
Notiru II i n: column, eiuot eenta por lino fur
Int nri An eeuii Dar lloe each uhneaiient luaer
Ion. For one wuvk, 30 cent per line. Fur ouu
ti onth, tki cente per lino.
50c per Can,
Extra Selects, at Deliaun's.
Finest lot of winJow curtains in the
city at Jeff. Clark'. tf
Use Tn Cairo Uclletin porforated
cratch-book, made of calendered .jute
manilla, equally good tor ink or pencil. For
halo, in three sizes, at the office. .No. 2 and
8. live ami ten cents each by the single one,
by tlio dozen . Special disuuuat on groea
lotn to the trade.
To alt who are aufLiriog from the errors
and in discretions of youih, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of inmhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will cf") you, fkek
of charge. This great remedy wis
discovered Dy a minister in South America.
Send a sell-addressed envelope to the Rev.
Joseph T. I.nman, Station D., New York
Go. .to Jeff. Clark's for fancy window
shade and everything pertttn iugf thereto.tf
GOOD READING FOR THOUQ1I TFUL
IROCLD BE CAREFULLY BEAD THAT CORRECT
CONCLl'SIONS MAT BE ARKIVED AT.
1'aul o. scaca.
Ueib Sir: Recognizing the fact that
there is to a certain extent, a mutual depen
dency existing between the prolessiona of
pharmacy and medicine, and feeling that a
better understanding of the function and
duties of the two profession should be re
cognized and adhered to, we, of the medi
cal profeBiioo of Caio, object to the fre
quent habit of druggists of thia city, of
diagnosing diseases and prescribing medi
cines, forthe 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 the
physici rt of their lefiMiinate 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
refl.ling prescriptions without authority ot
the physicians who hive writen them. The
above practice is injurim to both pntient
and phyoicHiif, the pitient often suSerin
Irom the effects of improper medicine, an 1
the physician because he is pract 'Cii ly
held responsible fur the action of the medi.
cine ht! did not prescribe.
A'tin we hold that the original owner
of the prescription loses his ownership in
the same, s um as it is once filled arid
placed on file, an 1 that he has ijo right to
derusnd that it be taken from the file and
be refilled, exc "pt by the order of the pre
scribing physicians. . We therefore &k
you to discontinue the practice.
After due deliberation, w the under
signed ra-rabers of the "MedicM Associa
tion of Ciiro" have res-ilved 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 th written or verbal
authority of the physician. ReP"Cttullv,
W. R. Su th. Pros'. J. C.ScLUVAjr, V. P.
0. G. Pakker, Skc't. J.J. Gordon. J. H.
Bktast. C. W. Do ms iho. D. H. Parker.
J. S. I'etrie.
To the Public:
Although the above resolutions apenk for
themselves, and although any unprejudiced
person can readily read between the lines
the real motives prompting the Cairo Med
ical Association Vj issue such a proclaim-
tiou, I feel like making a few iemark:
I, for my part, do not know that I huve
been deceiving the public during the last
10 years past and do not intend to deceive
it now, on thu cotitary, I will try, m the
futuro, as I have in tne past, to miu'l my
own business and attend to the wants of
my pitrona to the best of my ability. I
arn neiihur bbooiso nor bctiso any one's
patronage, but my aim is to please ear-h
and every one, who kindly favors me witn
tbeir calle. Respectfully,
Paul G. Scucn.
in market ut De Baud's 50 Ohio kvee.
A Fiue Bt' ber hhop.
Wm. Alba, on Commercial avenue, has
the most extensive and as fine an equipped
barb-rr shop as can be found in anyci'y.
His employes are .mister in the trade,
wh8 razors are always smooth and keen.
Ilia establishment U largo enough to
meet any demand upon it without any lire
some waiting; and h s putrona go aw;ty
pleased with him themsulves and his work
Give him trial.
goto DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
New Blacksmith shop,
A new Imrse Klioeing iop has bi-en op-n
ed by Mr. P Powers on Tenth street. All
manner of bUck-m thing and wgon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work doue promptly.
.at DoBaunV, 58 Ohio levee.
IUEI ICE! I
Out of the fire, cor. of 8ih and Levee, my
ice lioUae and office is at present a the
Citv Brewery, on Washington avenue, .o
twuen 8th and 9th streets. Orders will be
rlllmi am as usual, both wholesale and
rtdail. Wagons supply regularly every day.
A GOOD RESTAURANT.
If you want a io id meal call at Suhoen
mcyer's Restaurant cor. lOihst. and Wach
inijton Ave. Ouly 35 cunu tor a regular
meal, and day boarders will find the best
accomodation on ruasonnblo terms.
50c. per Cau,
Extra Selects, at Djliiun's.
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
-d stub, suited to any business, manufac
ii red and for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
Old Machinery Castinirs Wanted
at Rennio's new founlry for which the
highest prices will bo paid in cash.
Call at No. 93 Ohio Levee,
tt John T. Renn'ie.
shades and fixtures at
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice la the eoinmn. n eotiin ncr Una,
'ntinn ni wh"thsr raarkait or not, if calcu-
I t'iHn rivra n H3v m in a bimlaans Intercut ara
alway paid for.
Writing fluids and first-class inks of all
kinds at Paul G. Schuh'a. 2t
Schoolchildren will find The Hulls-
tin scratch-books Nog. 3 and 8 lor sale at
Phil Saup's candy stare. tf
Mr. John T. Rennie made another big
casting in hij foundry yesterday afternoon.
Nearly two tons of fluid iron was used.
Duffy's celebrated, pure and unadul
terated apple-cider just received. 0. II.
Jackson & Co., southern agonts. 3t
Thj entertainment at the residence of
Charles Glighr netti-d the ladies of the
Episcopal church, seventy-five dollars.
Wanted Immediately A firsl-clnes
pants maker. Steady employment guar
anteed the veir arouod. Smith & Brink
meyer. 3t j
The cotton compress, under the man
agement of Captain Waldron, is in daily
opperation now, and receiving large quanti
ties of cotton to work upon.
-Col. J. W. Paramore, Mr. G. E. W.
Lilleynnd Mr. (jen, B. Ilibbard, of the
TeXHs & St. Louis nilroad, were guests at
The Jlilliday yesterday.
If you want feadi-r dusters of any
kind go to Paul G. Scbuh's. Fresh lot just
Gentlemen, who appieciate perfect
fitting clO'ht-s ma lc to measure, will do
well to cad at R mui No. 4. Htlliday II oue,
n 1 examine Mr. Clark'sou's samples from
Thurs lay evening at the residence of
Mr. R chard English, on S-venth 6treet.
Justice R "binsoi united Mr. S-imuel B.
Cariun an 1 Mis R:na W-ece in marriage.
Ti;e parties wer1 frm O.ms'.ei and re
lumed there t iive.
Wuat wis t' hv? he n a secret a few
diys ii'i l n"T has 1-akei out: 'T'ie
popu'ar one-pr;ci dry-i is boue of Mr.
C. R. Squirt" is to hnve an irap'r!ant a Idi
ti m to it- clerical force on the firt pr ximo,
in the person (f M a Effie Gi'eman.
- Thei-fett C3s were hWd io readiness
for those who a tendel ihe parlor enter-
tainni'-nt at Mr. Gili-hers resideoce.
Thursday niht, and who resided in the
lower portion of the city. The streetcar
mariKg.-rs are receiving many compliments
for these little acc mmodation3.
The' Cairo city gas company have
pUced at thdr works, machinery foi crush
ing an i screening coke, and are now pre
P'ired to furnish crushed coke, which is an
excellent substitute for hard coal. Orders
left at ih; office on Eighth street will re
ceive prompt attention. ' lw
Ttiere will bea sheriff's sate at the cor
ner of Twentieth street and Washington
avenue this m iming at 10 o'clock. A
stock of general merchandise Is to be sold
consisting of head-wear, fo it-wear, queens
wear and other ware. L-t everybody at
tend. Sheriff Hodges conducts tbo sale.
Captain George B. Poore has succeeded
Mr. Samuel Orr as wharfmaster. He came
here from Belmoat, Mo., but is well known
in Cairo, having lived here tor several
years. lie is particularly well known
among river men, as be was in command of
the steamer Ike Hamtuit for over nine
years. Mr. John Ciine retains his position
as assistant wh irfin aster.
Justice Robinson had a monopoly of
the polici) business again yestorday, as Mag
istrate Coinings had not yet returned from
his trip to Chicago to atend the O Id Fel
lows' meeting. The justice fined Mrs. Har
ry Evarts five dollars anil costs for disorder
ly conduct; Sophie Reed, ten dollars and
costs tor inhabiting a bad house; Mattie
Davis, twenty-flve dollars and costs for bn
tnii a v itrr nit, an I M m roe Cole, five dol
lars and crMs for fighting.
The county b mrd met yesterday for
the purp 'se of transacting general busi
ness. The binds of treasurer Miles W.
Parker, Co'inty CVrk S unuel J. Ilumni
andSieriff J hn II U'' elected at the
late county clMctmnrverij approved. The
report of Cou.it v Collector John llotlgea for
the year 1881 was exonined by
tho board. Something over $04,400 ha I been
collected, and all was correctly accounted
for. There was an error only of 73 cents
which occurred in one of the footings. The
new officers begin their new terms on the
1st of December.
The beiuty of Hartley Campbell's
great drama of My Partner which opens at
IheOpcia House Tuesday night, November
Hih, u the entire al aencu of the howling
! blood and thunder element which is so
common in these days of wild wootern
dramas. The ' incidents, whil.t startling,
are real and life-liko, and impress one at
once as being entirely possible and proba
bleMajor Biitt, J. O. Saunders and Wing
Lee are characters mot with every day, and
are not sn iota overdrawn. BuJer has
tickets on sale at 75, 50 and 23. No ex
tra charge for reserved seats.
Of the Mississippi river as a formida
ble competitor with east-bound railroads
in the carrying of freight, tho St. Louis
Globe-Democrat says in a recent issue:
During the past two weeks then have been
some extraordinary movements in flour that
should teach the railroads the strength of
the river route as nu antagonist to the over
land trunk lines in winter. The railroad
managers are discussing in New York the
propriety of raising the summer tariff to a
more profitable standard after tho with
drawal of competition by the lakes. The
capacity ot the Mississippi is overlooked,
although it would be well to weigh care
fully iiS influence in vthe seaboird move
ment. Within thj last fifteen days local
millers have shipped 19,001) packages of
flour to Now Orleans for export. Of this
amount 6,000 barrels in sacks ot 2?0
pouuds each were exported by the bark
Una, which cleared last night to Malpas
for Redruth, Cornwall, by the Atlantic
Milling company. The second lot, or 13,000
packages, was sent uponsn order by Brot J
love,Smith& Co.,tothecity of Havana, after
transferring to the steamship at New Or
leans. Only two mills were called upon to
fill the orders, and others are doing equally
well with railroads to New Eugland points.
The gross amount was taken in three bar
ges, tho last of which leaves to-day. A
simple calculation will show that to carry
19,001) barrels ot fl ur w u'd require the
use of 190 cap, divided in eight trains, eight
locomotives and thirty.tJvo train-hands.
Yesterday thetracksof the Wabash, St.
Louis and Pciflc ri;nad above Second
t-treet, were entirely clear of all obstructions
in the form of roiling stock. Ther? was no
making up ft trains either, no constant
running back and forth over two or three
street crossings by long rows of cars block
ading them fir five or tea minutes at a
time to the inconvenience of pedestrians
and teamsters, and tha injury of property
holders and bus'nss men m the vincinitv.
Mr. Mo t, wh was away fr m the c;tv, re
turned Thursday nijfht ani immediately
gave orders th t tne order of tho city au
thorities a'-rainst making up trains and
leaving cars on the tracks above Seconi
street be rendered obedience. This prompt
action on the part of Mr. M ore and of the
employes of the roal j-istifes the opinion
that ther-; is no dispo-itin on their part to
"bullii-Zj" the fcU'h iritie, or to uselessly
and recklessly di;'egirl the law and brave
public ophi n. Ta -.re is no d eibt but
that the evils complained ot were the
neces-ry reults ot the roads' trreatly in
creased r5:; that the great quantities of
freight the r ia 1 was called up a to handle
atthis poi,;, necessitated one of two th;ns:
either the c instruction of additional tracks
or tie ue of she existing tracks
to an extent beyond the limits prescribed I
by the ordinances. The officers here, who
would doubtiesa have to await the dec'sion
of thosj above them ia authority, before
the could avail themselves of the first
means, were compelled to use the second
inorlerti prevent the accumulation of
many tons of freight oi their hands. But
they have now been given to understand,
that hence.forth there must bo little, or no
nvers'epping of the bounds prescribed by
the city ordinmceg regu'atirg switching,
etc,, and the action of Mr. Moore Ieada us
to believe that there will bo a scrupul Us
observance of the ordinance. Tho com
pany will now be driven to the construction
of additional tracks in the extrerao lower
portion of the city, or around the westerly
side of the city where it ow ns a right of
way, in order that it may conveniently and
expeditiously handle ifs immense quanti
ties of freight, This the company would
have had to do eventually, even if no re
stric'ion were placed upon its us. of the
Commercial' avenue tracks, and it may pre
fer to do this now, before there is an open
breach between it and ihe public, than to do
it afterwards in compliance with an angry
popular demand. If the condition of
things above Second street on Commercial,
TPinnio i.s they were yesterday, there will
bo no furth'T cause lor discontent on the
part of r.it'Z'ins, or for aggressive or offen
sive action on tho part of the authorities.
But will this remain so?
The Metropolis Dnmocrat siys that
"the flat hasgono forth that Col, M 'Keiii,
of the Cairo post-office, must go." If the
Democrat niPHns that when tho Col.'s term
of office expires he will not hern-ippointed,
it may be correct; but if It means that tho
Col. will be removed before that time, it is
very probably mia'aken. It will bo hut a
few months now until tho Col.'s term ex
pires, some time in next February, wo be
tievo, nnd neither the administration nor
any aspirant for tho Col.'s position could
attain much satisfaction in removing or
succeeding tho ''ol. at any time before the
expiration of his term. Whether
the Col. wi'l step clown and
out voluntarily is somewhat doubtful. It
Is more probable, however, that he will
not, as he haB aboady expressed regret
evan at the pongibillity that his position
might be taken from him at the expiration
of the present term. It may b, however,
that if tho pressure brought to bear against
him shall prove to strong, rather than make
a palpably fruitless effort to gain a reap
pointment, ho will "voluntarily" (?) give
up the office. That a strong light will bo
made against him is a foregone conclusion
There are a number of aspirants for the
pi ice, several of whom are good men
(aside from their politics), who will leave
nothing undone to have the Col's tolerably
weli-raa'ured offl' ial scalp. Each of theso
aspirants has his followers who will
join him in a demand for the
Col's removal and the appointment in this
stead of their champion. But there is one
thing which will be a conspicuous foature
of all this clamor: the principal reason, if
not the only weighty one, that will be
urged against tho Col's, reappointment will
bo his long incumbency. There can be no
charges of malpertormance or neglect of
duty. If he is removed it will not he be
cause of either of these reasons or of any
other like these; it will be because he is
now less useful to the party than he once
was, as a politician; because he has given
his attention to his official duties rather
than to politics, to the interest of the people
rather than to the interests of tho party
machine; because he is less of a political
uoa to tue colored eiemont man no once
vvs und cannot lead them to tho polls by
tho noso quite so readily as he formerly
could. But let tho Republican
machine do what it will in this matter. It
will probably not consult with us concern
inir its ilans with reference to the Cairo
postuiastership, and if, in caso it does guil
lotine Col. McKeaig, tho machine will but
appoint cue of several good Republicans,
who, we know, are available, and w hom
we have in our mind's eye, Horatio, then
wo shall feel less bitter against tho ma
chine for disturbing the good old moss-
covered order of things in the Cairo post
office merely to servo partisan political ends.
Oai of the important features of the
parlor entertaiumeut of the ladies of the
Episcopal church, at the residence of Mr
diaries Galigher, Thursiay night, was a
"Phantom Parade and Spectro Coucurt."
This was part c pated in by abut forty
young ladies an i gentlemen, robed and
mtsked in white, and armd with torches,
who formed into military lines in the beu
lul grounds surrounding the residence, and
after circling round the bouse several limes,
inarched in single file through the front
entrance into the parlor, where the large
crapany of guests awaited them. Here
the Piiautoms went through a series of m-
terecting and complicated military move
ments, keeping time to tne notes or a
martial air produc d upon the piano.
"Tlie Sp-i.tre Concert consised of a
grnd chorus, admirably sung by "The
Owing to the shortness of the time given
for preparation, there was no lormal pro
gramme of musical exercises, hence what
music and s.ogiug there was, was for the
most part impromptu and was therefore a
better test of the natural ability of those
who took prt in it.
But tht these exercises were of a char-
er not to he excelled is sufficiently
pryven it ttie names oi tnoso wno tooa
part ia them are mentioned. There was a
btsg duet by Prof. Clark and Mr. E. Y.
Crowell; h comic trio, by Prof. Clark and
Messrs. Crowell and P-irsous; a vocal duet,
by Mr. Pars ing and Miss Aua Scarritt;an
instrumental duet, by Miss Rida Corlis
and Dr. Beusou; a vocal duet, by M;sses
Annie i.nd Lydia Pitcher, and a number of
instrumental selections, by Misses Rida and
Mamie Corlis, two of Cairo's favorite mus
icians. The eutcrtainm-'Ut was concluded with
au oyster supper, of which nearly all par
took heartily. It was nearly 13 o'clock be
fore thu party, then increased to over a hun
dred and fifty poople, departed for their
several homes, with Souls and stomachs
tilled respectively with music and oysters,
un 1 minds occupied with pleasant reveries.
A large portion of tho roar wall of the
brick building at the corner of Eleventh
street and Commercial avenue, belonging
to Judge F. Hross, was in a dangerous con
dition and has bien taken down by Mr.
Quinn and put up again in a substantial
At the last meeting of the Arab Fire
company, it was decided that the front and
cupulo of their elegant engine house should
be repaired and repainted.
A new cottage on Twenty-Beventh street,
belonging to Mr, Louis Herbert, which had
been urylcr way of construction for some
time, Wiig finished a few daya ago. It is
18x42 feetiu dimensions and contains five
The interior of a neat cottago,
belonging to Mr. Jacob Martin,
staiding at the corner of Nineteenth
street and Washington avenue, has just
been subjected to a general process of re
newal by painters, paper-hangers and car
penters. A cottage on tho south sido of Sovouth
street, between the avonuos, belonging to
Mrs. Cunningham, has boon raised, put
upon a new foundation and is being given
a general overhauling.
Mr. Harry Walker has purchssed the
property In which bo now conducts his
saloon Hnd Theatre Comique. He expects
to make extensive improvements upon it
UNREDEEMED PLEDGES FOR SA.LE!
Ladies, Gents' Gold and Silver Watches, Chains, Rings, Diamonds, Bracelets etc., for
FAliNBAKEE & CO.,
Licensed Pawnbrokers, 7th street, between Commercial and Washington avenues.
GEAND HOLIDAY DISPLAY
Stuart's Popular and Reliable Cash Dry Goods House
LEADER OF LOW AND POPULAR, PRICES
Ceasless Toiler in the Interest of Trade
Announce Extraordi narv Bargains In all Dermrtrnenta fur Itnlwlaf m.lu
Wo m ceeded in securing large lines
X I. I nt . Ci .... i
oi anu mcngo. aiuari as ususai was on nana to secure some or the plums.
SEE THE EXTRAOMXARY BARGAINS IN DRESS GOODS.
44 Id. Rutin fluiillx nil uonl at HS r.. worth fti 9
KngMrh Cuahmora nt Sic worth 3 o
f pi LM 0"' C1"'uri Fi.iill at 75c. worth Hi
. ,.w ,., , , i ,,. cw ihjuo,
BEE OUR GREAT BARGAIN IN BLACK CASHMERES.
OKA NO HOLIDAY IUXDKEKCHIEF DIbPLAY.
I', Dos. I.iditii all linen I'dkfu. "enimed tc.
iDo4. Go, 'mil I.inee HJar Hem cd 10c
lb Dot Ladle Silk iidkf. at 1.) ami 2 c.
GenteMlk licikft. in, i:,' 75 utidtj.oo.
Endless Variety of Fancy Hemstitched Hdkfs. in Solid Colors. Fancy Bordered Em
broidered for La iios, Gentg and Children for Holiday Presents.
100 Doz. French Lawn Embroidered
See Our Grand Holidav Display of Fancv Goodn.Tovfi,
Dolls, To lot Articles, Albums, Paoetrie. Comb
and Brush casus, Japanese Ware, Vasos,
Flower Pots, Fancv Boxes.
Perfumes in fancy box-s. New lines Ladies and Cbildrons Cloaks and D 'lmansfrom
5.00 to f 30.(10 10 per cent, less than prices of 80 days tti. New liues of Ladies and
Children's Fine Shoesjust received and will be sold a' popular prices.
KO Do New Kid Glove' jut opened.
7 Uo k K'&1 Kid all culor- $ .i w i r iotd.
see Our (Junta Kid at 1 Vi warranto .
Solo agt-nts for theG nuine
ever shown in Cdro. I) not fail o attend
most wide awake store in Souttiern Ills.
before IoDg, but he has not L'iven up his
scheme of transforming the Perry Powers
property into a place ol amusement. t.
Mr. C. R. Woodward's tine residence on
Tenth street is steadily approaching com
pletion. It is uudersood that tho walls
and ceiling inside will not be plastered,
but finished off in a highly ornamental and
novel style with fancy woods of various
Work on the foundation of Mr. Hunt
ley's new brick house on Ohio levee was
suspended yesterday because the lot had
not yet been laid out, and Civil Engineer
Charles Thrupp whs not in the city to
mske tho necessary survey.
Audsoforth! And ho f'.-rth!
A short time ago it was announced that
the Chicago, St. L iuh & New Orleans rail
road, leased by tho Illinois Central rail
road a few months ago, would be virtually
consolidated with the latter January 1. next
Friday, and thereafter bo operated under
one management. Lat week tho direc
tors of the Illinois Central met in New
York and finally decided to make the con
solidation as heretofore stated. The slate
forthe new others of the consolidated com-
jiany puhlisho I at tho time haj ulso been
pproved, with the sitiglo exception that
Mr. W. K. Ackcrnian will be president of
the consolidated company. Mr. J. C. Clark,
who had been no tho alate for president,
was mado drat vice-president and chair
man of the executive committeo, which vir
tually makes him the chief executive offi
cer of the consolidated companies. The
following is a list of the new appointments
as agreed upon at the meeting in New
York last week :
Mr. J. C. Clark will remain as president
of tho Chicago, Bf. Louis & New Orleans
railroad, under the usual custom of re
taining the organization of the leased lines.
u the reorganized company ho will havo
the title of first vice-president and chair
maa of the excutive committeo. Anew
office that of second vice-president is
creatod, and Mr, tjttiyvcuout Fish, the
former secretary, is given tho position.
Mr. John Danu, formerly the assistant sec
retary, isgivei) the title of assistant to the
president. Mr. W.J. Mauriac is appointed
assistant secretary. Mr. S. B. McConnieo,
formerly auditor of tho Chicago, St. Louis
& No Orleans, is ma lo general agent at
New Orleans. Mr. R fl. Charles, the form
er treasurer of the aamo road, is styler local
treasurer under the reorganization, with
leadquartors at New (Means. Tho juris
diction of Mr. J. E. Tucker as general traf-
flff manager is extended over the whole line.
ho general freight department of the re-
rganized road is to bo divided Into divi
sions as follows: Siuth of Cairo, under
charge of D. B. Morey j tho Illinois lines,
under charge of Horace Tucker; tho Iowa
iocs, under charge of II. L. Hhulo. These
three officers are each to be known as
general freight agent, thus making three
(Hcors equal iu rnuk. All of tho other
offlco softho Illinois Ceutral retain their
presont titles, including tho president, but
their jurisdiction is extended over tho whole
lino. Tbese changes tuke effect January
ol Goods at the recent clearing sales in New
- , i Plu.ni :.o. ti. m. ... - ...
I to $ !
Larga Una of Fancy Drom Ooortu at 1., 15 and
i 3jc. worm 13 t .c.
28 Doa; Ladles Ueintiched Hdkft. 10, 1.
i J sod (k.
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FRIDAY DECEMBER 1, 1881.
AN EVEMNO OF HEARTY LAUQEHEK,
Appcirauce of hoDItiDifnhed Comedian
SOL SMITH KUS8F.LL
In J. E Brown's f"ircfol Comedy,
' EDGEW0GD FOLKS. "
Tom Dilloway - SOL SMITH RUSSELL
la which Character he w II Introdnce bla Famooa
80.NQ9. SPECIALTIES AND
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from the Frout Hmk of the Dramatic I'rofeinlon.
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at Buder'a Jowaify eture. Re erved without extra
FRED O. BEKGER, Manag r.
CAIRO OPERA H0USK.
Tuesday, November 2 8 tli .
Tho Electric Success;
Mr. HARTLEY CAMPBELL'S
Famous and moit Powerful American Drama, In .
Four Act entitled '
lUo play which made the fame of tta author in a
nlgtit.-Now York Uurald.
w 1th the 8u porb Hiar Company with which, whor
evor preeouted. It hot aubluved
A Oil ANU TRIUMPH.
W. It BROWN, I
WALTER LENiiOX.Jn., l"Srs
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