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.1. H. KOWNSON 1st Vice-President
M. PHILLIPS Slid Vice-President
J. A. UOLuSTINE Treasurer
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THOMAS LEWIS Secretary
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ale and retail dry good, etc.; Jas. H. Met; ahoy
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Albert Lewis, dealer in flour and grain; L. 8.
Thomas, bricklayer; Moses Phillips, con r actor
and builder; 11. A. Chumbley, grocer; Thos.
Lewis, accretary and attoruey-at-law; V II.
Marean, HxmiBpathtc physician; II. Sa dcr, of
Sander 8nn. grocers; K, H. Balrd, street super
visor; KdH. White, ass't sec. W. 4 O. M. A. So
ciety; J. W. Spier, lnmhcr and aaw-mlll; F. L.
GernlgoD, barber; E. B. Dietrich, clerk W., St I,.
AP.lt. II.; M. Kobler. merchant tailor: Jen" M.
Clark, dealer tnwall-paper and window shades; .1.
E. English, contractor and builder; WiUT. Ked
burn, of Morse A Bedburn, cigar manufacturers;
F. Vincent, dealer In lime and cement; I. A.
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notary public; J. 8. Petrle, physician; U. W.
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bt Gas mains, and E. E. Wal bridge, lumber ai d
sawmill, of Cairo; II. Letghton, cashltr Nat.
Bank, Stuart, Iowa; Rev. F. A. Wllkorson, Prvois
org, Ky. iJ.W. Tarry, physician. Fulton, Ky.
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The Daily Bulletin.
Ol'FICK: NO. 78 OHIO LEVKK.
OFFICIAL PAPKK OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
KMTKHKU AT TUB CAIRO POSTOFFICK FOR
VHANSM18SIO.N TUH0U01I THE MAILS AT
8KCOKO CLAM HATES.
Miss Lizzie May Ulmer, a now candi
date for public favor, will appear at the
Opera House Friday night next, November
2, in the only authorized edition of Mr. and
Mrs. McKee Runkin's great success "4!i,"
a play based upon lifo in Caliloruia. Mias
Uluier comes to us highly recommended
by the press of Canada and the south.
In Philadelphia, Miss Miller brought
suit against Mr. Beck lor breach of promise
of marriage. She said bo had kissed her a
little more than 100,000 times, and the
jury gave her a verdict of $1,008.33, or a
cent a kiss. Mr. Beck could save money
by getting a contract to accompany Gen.
Sherman at the school commencement.
What is the matter with the crossing
at 5th street on Commercial avenue? The
mud is not over a foot deep at that place
and pedestrians who are caught on the
west side of the avenue and have bubiueps
in the middle of the block on the east have
the privileyeof walking a block or two out
of their way or of wading through the mud.
A gentleman out in Howell county,
Mo., caught a flock of young quails last
spring. His efforts to domesticate them, it
seems, have proved very successful. The
birds feed and chirp about his premises
gentle as chickens, and it is said they havo
a very interesting knack of imitating al
uiobt every bird they hear. The only evi
dence of their wild nature is a habit they
have of flying away daily, always coming
back regularly at the proper time.
A talented dramatic critic in San An
tonio laments that the new play Black
Dwarf, as exhibited in that town, lacked
all the efemmts necessary for a spectacular
bucccss. Still, "in many parts the per
formers were loudly applauded and in some
cases encored" by the San Antonians. From
this it may be inferred that even the Texas
edition of the Black Dwarf is not wholly
deficient in the anatomical attractions that
make the Black Crook famous.
Englishmen must have increased their
taste for supping on horrors. The follow
ing advertisement is clipped from the Lon
don Sporting Life aud shows a faith in
morbid eentiments beyond anything heard
of even In the Ouiteau days:
IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR SALE
Marwood's Implements, consistitg of
twenty-two ropes, nine sets ol pinionin
straps and five trans, being the whole of the
stock as used by tho late Mirwood in his
profession as Public executioner. Apply to
Mr. James Harrison, The V illas Dir-penmry
The Opera IIoi be was filled last niht
by an intelligent and appreciative audience
to witness Frederick Warda's presentation
of "Virgioius." Mr. Warde'a reputation as
an actor had preceded him to Cairo, and
the high expectations of the audience were
more than realized. From first to last he
was the recipient of most unequivocal ad
miration. There is nothing of the staj;e
rant aud noise in his acting; nothing stilt
ed, and nothisg overdone. Everything
was so real that the people were carried
away back to the days of old R ime, and
made, for the time being, a looker on with
the people of those old days at the life and
misfortunes of the heroic father whose
character he so powerfully delineated.
Mr. Warde in this as in all his great char
acters, is "entirely independent, heimitates
no one. His style and treatment of sub
jects is his own and stamp him as one of
the great leaders of dramatic art. His sup
port was excellent throughout, and his com
pany is undoubtedly the best that has ever
visited Cairo. To-night "Hamlet" will be
put on the stage as it never has been and
may never again be in Cairo.
The supt. of the Zoological Gardens, Mr.
Harry Piper, of Toronto, says: "My case
was aggravated rheumatism. I cured my
self by the great St. Jacobs Oil."
"NIP AND TUCK."
As will be seen by our adveitising col
umn, Harry Webber again returns to Cairo
after an absence of two years with that in
imitable side splitting, button bursting
comedy, "Nip and Tuck," which in Febru
ary,1881, produced more of a sensation than
any play ever introduced hero. The plot,
the fun, the grotesque situations, in the
attempt of one partner of tho firm of Nip &
Tuck to outwit and overreach the other,
all combined produce a comedy which is
Buder will sell reserved seats, and all
should walk to the captain's olficc and pur
chase before it is too lato.
Unless you make known your intentions
aud whereabouts by noon Thursday next,
Buder's time, you will bo deposed from
the presidency of the "No Idle Logs" and
wo will reorganize under new leadership.
I solemnly charge you with treachery I
You have been seduced by tho gold of the
enemy! Fifteen applications for member
ship are now in the hands of the Recording
Scribe Four of them are ex-members of a
rival organization. We possess the leaven
ot culture and but await your.leading to
step upon the upper stratum of society.
CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 30, 1883.
Procastination is death ! Immediate action
will pave us from impending doom! By
tho glories of our past! By tho wreath
hue?of the future ! I imploro thee to snap
the shackles tliut inthrall thee, aud speak!
The public is clamorous for our proceed
ings, and we ure dumb! Come forth and
speak, else I will proclaim icvolt and iie
the tripod! If that be treason, make tne
most Ot it! HuKKIiLOWbK.
Cairo, Ills., Oct. 29th, 1883.
The Spanish fwaiuy.
We in America are apt to judge of
the Spauiurd by the Mexican and the
t'uban. Nothing cult iic ilo.c d.iiiuiL.
Wnatever their I'.itiiti or vi.ut s, t..c
Ilispiuio-Aiiieficaiis mjciu to Luvo laLeii
nothing but tho ianguao hum wiiut oi
the conqueror's bl iod ti.oy may h:.ve.
All else has come from tim native. Un
broken in pride, undevised by evil
habits, self-respecting, sbor in speech
as in food, tho Iberian needs only a
leader to again lake hi.s rihlful place
in the family of nations. And the
woman! is she beautiful? I hardly
know; but sho is the most bewildering,
bewitching, fascinating of all Eve's
daughters. There is a magic in her
step, a poise of foot, a grace of rhyth
mic motion, a proud tenderness in her
dark eye; a something voluptuous
which is yet chaste; a magic in her
smile, such as no other race or clime
can show. Beautiful? A man whoso
blood runs red within his veins may see
beauty elsewhere, but ho has never felt
the perfect charm of woman's woman
liness until ho has met love looking
front the melting brightness of those
matchless orbs which none but Spain's
dark-glancing" ruaidons bear. There
i.i no ni'jlect here. The dress may not
be rich, lut there is not a fold ill-placed.
To her is paid the reverence of passion
a:e devoti'.ti. Still is Spain tho land of
loiuaii' e and of song, because her men
arc brave, her vvoni. n worthy to bo
luved. --1st. Louis (i'tjbe-lKinocrat.
One little girl who had lived in Lon
don all her lifo and had never seen a
tree, was recently taken into the coun
try, together with many others, at tho
expense of a. "fresh air fuud." She
clung to one of the teachers in dreadful
alarm on seeing a tree, aud could not
imagine what such a green thing could
be. "Why don't it keep sail?" she said,
in a paroxysm of terror, as the w ind
swayed its branches, and it was only
aftertomo time that she could be induc
ed to go near enough to touch it.
W. P. Lamrdim, river editor ol jus Bulletin
and steamboat nasseuzor acnt. Orders for all
kiinlsofsieamboat Job printing solicited. Office
ill Bower's European Hotel. No. 71 Ohio levee.
The Henry A. Tyler has retired from her
temporary place in the Auchor line and en
tered the Padticah aud Memphis trade as a
regular packet. She will report here to
day for Memphis. The El'.a Kimbraugh
departed at 4 lust evening for Osceola. She
will return to-morrow evening and leave
at 3 p. m. Thursday. The W. P. Halliday
from St. Louis leaves here this evening for
New Orleans. The weather has been very
disagreeable for several days past, but if it
will only swell the rivers we are willing to
put up with it for a few mgj;e days. The
R. S. Hayes left with a tow of barge3 for St
Louis last night. The Wyoming from
New Orleans is due this evening for Cin
cinnati. The Golden Rule follows the
Wyoming for Cincinnati and will report
here Thursday. The Will Kyle six das
out this evening from Cincinnati is overdue
for New Orleans, and if she does not have
auy trouble w ith shoal water she will reach
here this evening. The Gus Fowler will
bring down a large party of excursionists
from Paducah this evening who will attend
the opera houso to see Frederick Warde in
the great character of Hamlet.
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IndulpoBfjs nr Exposures.
It I , . , . i, it that a physician paying
particular atoiili'm to a class of rases attains
WfHt .-kill, ami phvsinaiis in reirulnr practice
all over the country knowing this, freiiuently
reroiuiiiend cases lo the oldest office In America,
nhi-rf-eery known sppllauce is reported to,
and the jii-overl kooiI remedies of all
nv-es .nut I'lmiitrles are used, A whole house l
ii-eil lorolllre imrnoses, and all are treated w ith
skill lu a respectful manner; and, kunwing
what to do-no experiments are made. Dnac
ennui of the great number applying, the
charires are kept low. often Mwr than li)
ibniniided hv others If von secure the skl'l
and gi taspec'.v ami perfect lil cure, that la
the; Important ' matter. Pamphlet, J6 pages.,
sent to any address free.
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following suli ct.. V ho may many, who not;
ttlivV Proper nee tomarrv. Who marry tlrst.
iliinhonil, Womanhood. Physical decay. Who
yhou'.d mari'v. How life siol happiness may t)
jinreisi d. Th-e niarrletl or contemplating
Pun n ing should read It. It oimlit to lie rend
ov all adult persons, then kept under lock ana
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Health is Wealth !
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lnwtini, Koftoiiingof the Hrain resultin in in
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rrenifitum UiilAg, luirronnesn, u"-" ... rmw
in either sex. Involuntary Imsos and Hporraiit.
tirrho'd i.-iiuseil hyovor--orti"ii of thobruin, self,
itbinttor ovnr-indiilgoiico. Each box contains
oiio months treatmont. $l.m a iMix.or ail boxes
foT&UU.apiithyumil propiitl on receipt of price.
Wi4 AU.WTKK HIX BOX KM
To cure any CKse. With each order rocoived byn
for six boxes, accompanied with JSiW, wo will
ni'iid tho purchaser uur written guarantoe to re.
fund tho money if tho trentnientdoeBnotefloot
a euro, (iiiuraiitcea issued ouly by
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Druggist. Cor. Commorctal avo. A I8lh a ., Cairo
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Maguotio KPiatio Truss. Orandestlnventlonof the
l'.nh Cenliirj.Onlr genuine Electrlo Tinas in the world,
and tha only one tbat. will rroperl- retnln and radl
oeUr cure ilnriils. Over W) Rsdical Oiires etTected.
Itoad whnl Dr. J' Himms, of Ksw York, tbe tr
Downed Phrsimtnomlst, writes Ang W, lrW, "Ths rat
and enuileter re mur Magnetic Truss effected on me,
slv rears sso In peruianent, for wblch I shall fiver r
mi In rBiefnl.'1 SIMMS. M. 0. For imrtlculara
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I havo known aud watched the use of Swift's
Specific for over titty years, and have never known
or heard of a failure to euro tloud Poliou when
properly taken I used it on my servants from
1H.KI to lSrt', as did also a number of mynelghbora,
and in every case that came within my knowledge
It ll'ecteda enre. In all my life 1 have never known
a remedy that would so fully accomplish what it is
recommended to do.
II. L. DENNARD,Perry,Oa.
I have known and used Hw t's Hnecific for more
than twenty years, and have seen more wonderful
results trom Its uee tuan from any remedy. In or
out of the Pharmacepifta. it Is a crtain and safe
antidote to all sorts of blood t'olsne
J. DICKSON SMITH, M. D.
The Great Dnur House of Chicago.
Wo do not hesitate to say tbat for a year past
wu have sold moru of Swift's Specific (S. 8. 8.)
than all other Blood Purifiers combined, and with
most astonishing results. One gentleman who
used half a dozeu bottles says that It has done him
more good than treatment which cost him Sl.uiK).
Another who has used it for a Scrofulous allllctlon
tepotts a permanent cure from Its use.
Will be paid to any Chemlat who will find, on an
alysis of lilt) bottles S. 8. 8 , one particle of Mer
cury, Iodide Potassium, or any mineral snbstance.
THE SWltT SPECIFIC t'O.,
Drawer :i, Atlanta, Oa.
tr-Wrlts for the Iff tie book,
which will bo
Small size, $1. (XI per bottle. Large size
(holding double quan
tityl, $1.75 bottle. All Drujr.
gisis sen it
II CtJ "Hit-'- OUT OF ORDER.
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FDR SALE BY
..irtj. akin i in.
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PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'8 PATENT
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