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THE DAILY OAIIIO BULLETIN: FRIDAY . MORNING, NOVEMBER l?S2.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
OWICE: NO. OHIO LEVEE.
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tRANSMlSSlON TUROU011THR MAILS AT SEC-
OMD CLASH RATES.
rmuiAL PAPKKOF CITY ANU COCNT1
SPECIAL JWAL ITEilS.
Nottrtii ttuaeoUmn, eigftt cents per line for
Bret and flva cenu per line eecnuheu,uenttne(r
Ion. Fur oue wwk. 30 cents per lino, For one
n onlta, bu cenu per line.
50c. per Can,
Extra SolecU, at DeBaun's.
Finest lot of window curtains in the
city at Jeff. Clark's. tf
Use The Cairo Bulletin perforated
scratch-book, made of calendered jute
mauilla, equally good tor ink or pencil. For
M'e. in ttiree sizes, at the otiice. No. 2 and
8. live and ten cents each by the single one,
ly the dozen. Special discount u gross
lot to the trade.
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weuk
new, early decay, loss of manhood, Jtc, I
will send a recipe that will cce you, free
OF CHARGE, This groat remedy was
discovered ty a minister in South Atnericn.
Send a sell-addressed envelope to the Rev.
Joseph T. Ishas, Station 1)., New York
Go to Jeff. Clark's for fancy window
shades and everything pertaining thereto.tf
GOOD reading FOR THOUGHTFUL
SHOULD BE CAREFULLY READ THAT CORRECT
COXCLCSIONB MAT BE ARRIVED AT.
TAL'L G. SCQUII,
Dear Sir: Recognizing the fact that
there is to a certain extenta mutual depen
dency existing between tho professions of
pharmacy and medicine, and feeling that a
. better understanding of the function and
duties of tho two profession should be re
coguized and adhered to, we, of the medi
cal profession of Caro, object to the fre
quent habit of druggists ot this city, of
diagnosing 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 ho doing, and lobbing the
physicim of their legitimate business.
Third. You are practiHing deception
upon the sick; therefore we Bsk you to ad
here to the law governing the practice of
Another grievanoe to which we respect;
fully ask your attention, is the matter of
refilling prescriptions without authority ot
the physicians who have writen them. The
above practice is injurious tn both patient
and physicians; the patient often suflerinu
from the effects of improper medicine, and
the physician because ho is practically
held responsible for the action of tho medi
cine ho did not prescribe.
Again we hold that the original owner
of the prescription loses his ownership in
the same, os soon hh it is once filled hikI
placed on file, and that he has no riht to
demand that it be taken from the file and
be refilled, exept by the order of the pro
scribing physicians. We therefore ask
you to discontinue the practice.
After due deliberation, w the under
signed members of the "Medical Assucia- i
tion of Cairo" have res'ilved not to patron
ize directly or indirectly, any druggist,
who shall lifter this date, be known to pre
scribe for any one requiring the services of
a physician, or who shall refill or duplicate
prescriptions without the written or verbal
authority of the physician. Rospi-cttullv,
W. U. 8m th, Pres'. J. C. 8illiva, V. P.
G. G. Parker, Sec't. J. J. Gordon. J. H.
Bktast. C. W. Dusniko. D. II. Parker.
J. S. t'ETRIB.
To the Public:
Although the above resolutions speak for
themselves, snd although any unprejudiced
person can readily road between the lines
the real mortvet prompting the Cairo Med
ical Association to issue such a proclama
tion, I feel like making a few remarks:
I, for my part, do not kuow that I have
been deceiving ihe public during the last
19 yews pmt and do not intend to deceive
it now, on the contary, I will try, in the
futun, as I have in tue past, to mind my
own business and attend to the wants of
my pitmus to the beat of my ability. I
am neither BEOdiJfo nor ucnxa any one's
p:itronae, but tuy aim Is to please each
and every one, who kindly favors me with
their calls. Respectfully,
Paul G. Schi'b.
in rnr.ikot itt DeBaun's 50 Ohio lvs.
A Fine Bat ber .Shop.
Win. Alba, ou Commercial avenue, Las
the most extousiv and a fine an equipped
burb'-r shop as can be futind m aoyciiy.
His employes are misters in the trade,
whose razors ars always smooth and keen.
ilis establishment U largo enough to
meet any demnnd upon it without any tire
aomo waiting; and Its patrons go away
pluasrd with him themselves and his work
Give him a trial,
go to DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
New Blacksmith Shop.
A new horseshoeing niiop lias been open
ed by Mr. P Powers on Tenth atrset. All
manner of black-m tblngjiiid wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specially.
Work done promptly. tf
at DeBauu's, 00 Ohio levee.
!CKt ICE! I
Out of tho fire, cor. of 8'h and Loveo, my
Ice house and ofticn is at present the
City Rrnwery, on Washington avenue, So
twoen Wth and Oth streets. Orders will be
filled tamp st Usual, both wholesale and
retail. Wagons mpply regularly every day.
Received on consignment, lot of strictly
pure tipple cidiir, in 49 gallons barrel,
warranted to keep tweet nix to twolve
tui'iitliK. 8. E. Wilson,
ll-17-6t No. 77 Ohio Levee.
A GOOD REdl'AU.UNT.
If you want a good moal call at Schoen
rneyer's Restaurant cor. 10th st. and Wath
ingtno Ave. Only. 25 cents tor a regular
muni, ami day boarders will find the . best
accomodation on reasonable terms.
60c. per Cau,
Extra Selects, at Del) mn'e.
Receipt books, Cairo dateline, perfora
I'd stub, suited to any business, mantif'ac
nred and for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
Old Machinery Castings Waved
at Renniu'a new founlry for which the
highest prices will bu pai I ia cash.
Call at No. 93 Ohio Levee.
tl John T. Rennie.
Window shades and fixtures at Jrft,
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In ttie eowmnn. ten ent nor One,
ivi n'!in nd wh-thr marked or not. If calcu-
1 -ted to fwa-d any rain's business Intersil re
nlwayrt ia!d for.
School children will find The Bulle
tin scratch-books Not. 3 and 8 tor sile at
Phil Sstip'a candy st.ire. tf
'Tho ereat unfinished" is what the
Blooniingtou Bulletin calU the Illinois
The city jail gang, under the super
vision of Traber Anor, commenced work
on Commercial avenue below Eight street
The case of Tho People vs. J. E. Parks
for Ufssult with serious intent, which has
been pending in tho county court for a
long time was dismissed yesterday by
that court for the want of prosecution.
Mr. Peter Nell's Commercial-avenue
storesare rapidly approaching completion.
The cornice isin place, and the tiro walls
ure now being run u;. Thoyhave an im
Mr. Web White started early this
morning on a trip down tho Chicago, St.
Louis an'l New Orlcms railroad, to join a
party oi surveyors under Mr. Charles
Thrupp, Sr., which is making a survey of
the road from New Orleans up. He 'ill
bo gone several months.
Scveial purticsof hunters g.ime-hunt-ers
went out into the woods a day or two
ago, and some oi them returned yesterday
a little tho worse for wear. But they had
agnod hunt. There is no sport in hunting
if game flies or cmwIos right in front of
the muzzle of your weapon and dies wheth
er you hit it or not. In order to enjoy
"hunting" you mut be prrmitted to hunt.
Capt. T. W. Shields has efl'-jetod such
arranjements with John Dillon.the funniest
on the stage to day, whereby he will pre
s nt a Ctiri audience some time early in
January his new play "states attorney"
This is i-p ikmi of very fl itteringly by the
press, Mti J as every one knows who John Dil
lon is, Ids name Is sufficient guarantee that
the piece is a good one.
The Cairo city gas company have
placed at their works, machinery fot crush
ing and screening coke, aud are now pre
pared to furnish crushed coke, which is an
exce lent hu'istitute for hard coal. Orders
left at ih i office on Eighth street will re
ceive prompt attention, lw
'The My Partner Combination" Wed
nesday iiij'ht at the Opera House presents
a powerful cast, and life in the mining re
gions of Ca it'ornia will be depicted with all
its plet-ury short comings, and desperate
adventure. The leading characters the two
partners, are nsnumedly Messrs. Thompson
A E iniuds, the former personating the
honest bluff and impetuous Joe 8inders.
Next spring Mr. Wm. Klugo will have
his pres mt residence on the north side of
Seventh- street moved bick ab ut thirty
feor, and oo the space thus vacated in
front, will erect a two story
addition of brick, thirty by
twenty five feet in dlmmsions. Mr.
Klu!,'c would have begun this improvement
this fall had he knowp that the weather
would remain mild as long as it has.
An sit TCHtion occurred last evening
shortly after six o'clock in the lightening
rod establishment of Mr. Freeman, on
Wa-hitiL'ton avi-uin', between Mr.Freeman
and another man connected with tho busi
ness. Words lead to blows which were
interrupted only when tho front
door was bursted open by
olEo'trf and others, and tho men
separated. Toe court will probably have
something to say in tho matter to-diy.
Yesterday ono of two cottages stand
ing on the north side of Sjventh stroet,
which weru recently purchased by Mr.
Michael Glenn, was moved from its place
and will bu taken to a vacant lot on Cedar
ttreet. The other nno on tho adjoining
lot, which also belongs to Mr. Gleun, will
b removed to the B:mm vicinity. Oue of
thu lots on Seventh street belongs to Mr.
Win. Klugii and tho other to Mr. H. II.
Cunningham who .will probably utillizo
thrill before long.
The annual report of tho secretary of
the treasury just issued says that during
fUcal year ending Juno 30th 1882, the re
ceipts of tho government exclusive of the
public debt weru 11403,1525.230, and tho ex
pundituro delusive of the redemption of
the public (Jep, 257,081,430. Tho excess
of the receipts over th expenditures is
1145,543,811. And yet the Republican ma
jority thought it would cripplo tho govern
went if a reduction of more than $16,000,
000, was made, and Republican orators
souuht to convinco tho people that this very
silly and glaringly untruthfull assertion
was the quintessouco of truth and wis
There was a general and, in some in-
stsuces, a heavy fall of temperature in this
section of country during the twenty-four
hours ending at 3:11 o'clock yesterday af
ternoon.. At D ivenport, la., the fall was
17 degrees; at Dubuque, 14 degrees; at
Dodgo City, 21 degrees; at LtCrosse, 13
degrees; at Leavenworth, 15 degrees; at St
Louis, 15 degrees, and at Omaha, 10 de
grees. The lowest temperature was at La
Crosse, 87 degrees abovo z to; the next
lowest whs 28 degrees at St. Pau1 ; next was
30 at Duuvuu and Yankton. At all other
places it was from 8 to 28 degrees above
tho freezing poiut. At this point
it marked 49, a fall of 7 degrees
during tho time named. Very light rains
were reported form LCrosse, Pittsburg
Couuty court with Judge U. S. Yo-
cum on the bench convened yesterday aud
finished up what important business it
could finish ami theu adjourned sine dei.
This will probibly virtually conclude
Judge Yocum's term of office as county
judge of Alexarder. When next the couuty
court opens tho newly elected judge will
occupy the bench, Judge J. H. R ibinson.
Judge Yocum can leave the office w ith a
clear concienco and a conviction of duty
well performed, and we have no doubt but
that he will do so. Ilis record as Judge of
this county wili compare favorably with
that of any of his predecessors. He gave
the office his best timo aud talent,
much more time than county judges usual
ly give to their official duties. He will go
forth from the office umoug tho people
whom he has so well served and receive
thoir senteuce of "well doue, thou good
and faithful servant," etc. Judge Yocum
will hereafter devote himsolf more ex
clusively to thi! practice of law, which will
doubtless yield him a revenue more com
mensurate with bis ability and labor, cer
taiuly much less "vex ition of spirit," thau
the county judgeship did.
Last night's parlor entertainment at
the reeidence of Mr. Chides Gilligher was
attended by about a hundred and fifty uf
the fashionable people of the city. There
Wore young, middle a;'ed and old, but "if
judged by the fun they had" they were all
young and full of a desire to please and be
pleased. But not much effort was ueces
sary on the part of huy one present to be
pleased. The preparations made, the pro
gramme prepared and carried out, and tho
general con met of the affair by those who
inaugurated it, made it impossible for any
one not a confirmed misanthrope to bo any
thin.' but j yous with the rest ot the
throng. Some of Cairo's sweetest singers
and most talented musicians were present,
and they filled the grand parlors of the
m igoifloi-nt residence with melody which
would h ive anused the envoy even of the
Greek go Mess of song. The entertainment
was inaugurated and minaged by the
ladies of the Epi-cop il church wi.h their
usml brilliant succss in such matters. It
deserves and shall h-iva a rnore dotailed
reterence, which, owing to tho lateness of
the hour to which the festivities Were pro.
traded and other causes, must be deferred
fur a future issue.
Yesterday morning early, Msj. Eli W.
Green and family left this city for their
future home in the land of fruits and flow
ers tho state where every day of the year
is "mild with the tender beauties of fair
May." They go to a littlo city called O
cala, in one of the richest portions of tho
state, of six or eight tnousand inhabitants,
exterprisi g and cultured. , They leave be
hind them a pleasant homo and thousands
of sincere friends who will always remem
ber with pleasure the by no. means unim
portant part Mr. Green has taken during
his many years' residence among us, in the
business interests of the city, and tho very
pleasant social relations always existing
between them and his family. The people
of Ocala are to bo envied bocauso of this
new acquisition, and we commend Mr. and
Mrs. Green to them as worthy of their
highest esteem, both in business and
social point of view. Mr. Green will prove
himself there, as he did here, an active,
successful, open and upright business man
ami his family will command tho highest
respect and sincerest friendship of all with
whom it m y come in cojtact. Mr.. Groen
will visit Cairo ouco in a while, but proba
bly not until ho shall have gottou his or
ange farm in "good trim." The Bulletin
wishes him succees iu his now field of ac
tivity. Tho up cial river committee arrived at
New Orleans Wednesday evening. Being
interviewed, Chairman Burroughs of
Michigan said the committeee declined a
reception tendered by the citizens of Now
Orleans for the reason that hospitalities
have been refused which wero extended by
othercities on tho river. Tho cotnmhtee
has already been styled a picnic party.
Thomas ot Illinois was pleased with the
works of river commission inspected. Jo
considered them calculated to attain the
ends in view. He had neither heard nor
seen anything to Bhako his confi
dence in the river commission's plan of im
provement. Mr, Ellis of Louisiana seemed
to think the maj trity of tho committee lies
tile to river improvement; considered thoir
conduct wsrrented such opinion, although
no basis for opposition to river improve
ment had been furnished by the inspection
or 'evidence elicited. Mr. Robinson of
Massachusetts and Carlisle of Kentucky
were not iuclinod to express an opinion.
Sunday at tho latest thu committee leave
TUE CAIRO PUBLIC LIBRARY.
For ten days past, a number of ladies,
members of the Library Association, have
been workiug busily in the library room,
assisting the librarian, Mrs. P. E. Powell,
to label, number and catalogue the books,
preparatory to opeuing the library upon
tho now basis. This work has been of
greater magnitude than any one can ap
preciate, who has not visited tho library
room while the work has hcen going on.
All of the old labels were removed by
moistening and scraping before the new
ones upon which are printed the rules and
regulations of the librry, together with
sections 5 and 6 of the Library Ordinance
approved by the council were placed in
ihu books. The work has been thor
oughly and carefully done by skillful
bauds, and the result shows the library to
contain 1,575 books which will aggregate
very nearly 2,000 volumes, as many of the
rauchnitz books havo t wo volumes, bound
in 'mo cover for convenience in handling.
Tho gieater number of the books are in
perfect condition, but few, and those the
newer books in ordinary bindings, that
are badly worn. The library will be opened
In reuftcr on Tuesday evening ftom seven to
niue o'clock, and on Thursday and Satur
day afternoons from two tofivo o'clock un
til further notice. No charge- for the use
of the books will be made henceforth, but
all nersous enjoying the privileges of tho
library wi'l be required o filo a eatisfao
tory gu irnitee for the responsibility and
compliance with tho rules of the library
laid down by the board of directors.
This is cow tho practice in all public, li
braries in the larger cities and no exception
is made to the rule except in case of thobe
who may prefer to deposit a stated sum as
a guarantee for tho Bafo return of books.
AH persona complying with the regula
tions, which have been carefully adopted
with a view to the convenience of the pub
lic and the well being of the library will
be furnished a library card. No books
will be issued to-morrow afternoon, but
tho library will be open on Tuesday even
ing, November 29;h, at 7 o'clock, and from
that time regularly threo times a week as
When the Memorial Library building Is
erected and the library transferred to per
manent quarters, both library and reading
rooms will bo opened daily, and tho li
brary be enlarged as rapidly as possible.
RETURN OF CAPT. EADS.
II E TALKS I F THE TEHCANTEPEC SHU' RAIL-
WAT AND TIIE JETTIES.
Mis-ourl Republican, VVedrjetdsy.
Capt. James U. Eacls, after an absence of
en mouths trom the city, returned yester-
lay. While away he mada an extended
trip in Scotland, England and the Conti
nent and his health, he says, has been en
tirely restored, and he will give renowed
attention to the great enterprises he has
Speaking of his jiurneyinss yesterday,
he said that ho left St.L'uis in January for
Washington in the interest of his ship rail
way project; but his energies being over
taxed, jjpon the advice ot his physicians he
sailed fur Europe May 27. He visiter'
Scotland, ihen went to London and after
wards started for the Continent and pro
ceeded to the south of France, where he
was grea'ly bjoefi'ed by tho warm climate,
Ho then mile a tour of northern Italy and
the lukosof Italy, going asfar south asFlor
ence, After a trip through Bohemia be
felt himself sufficiently recovered to return
to London to resume the work which has
engaged his attention for erme timo the
construction of tho ship railway across tho
Isthmus of Tt'huantepec. He said ho had
made such arrangements in England that
Hie completion of tho work did not depend
on congressional action on the propositions
ho submitted at the laBt session. It would
fl"em to him that tho national interests of
the United States in this project wore
sufficient to warraut tho govornmuut In
controlling thu route across tho isthmus,
but the work would bu done whether con
gress co-operated or not. Speaking further
of this matter Capt. Eads said he would
spend a few days in Washington in Jan.,
just before his return to England, but he
would make no effort to urgo his proposi
tion before congress. His roturn to this
couutry was to attend to business matters
requiring his attention; and whon those
matters wero attended to ho would return
to I'ngland to comploto arrangements al
already entered into.
Speaking of tho jottios, ho said that du
ring the lust three and a hall years there
had not beeu a single instance in which a
vessel attempting to pass through had
failed. Any vessels comiegto Now York
could pass through the jetties.
Alluding to his contract with the govern
ment Capt. Ends said that ho was paid
$100,000 per year for the maintenance of
the work, but tho government could, at any
time, undertake tho work tt its expense.
In tho last twelvo months it had cost him
more thr.n tho sum allowed to keep up tho
works of protection in tho open gulf. Ho
enumerated some of the damages caused
by hghtniug and winds, However, ht h ad
UNREDEEMED PLEDGES FOR SALE!
Ladies, Gouts' Gold aud Silvor Watches, Chains, Rings, Diamonds, Bracelets etc., for
sale cheap. '
PA JIN BAKE II & CO.,
Licensed Pawnbrokers, 7th street, between Commercial and Washington avcnuei.
GEAUD HOLIDAY DISPLAY
Stuart's Popular and Reliable Cash Dry Goods House
LEADER OF LOW AND PoPl LAR PRICES
Ceasless Toilkr in the Interest op Trade
Announce Extraordinary Bargains In nil TV
we su-ceeded in securing Urge lines
u.um i as uoussi
SEE THE F.XTRAODINARY
44 In. Satin Suulie all wool at 86 c, worth 1.M
88 " Knill--ta Caubmera st 25c. worth 8 o
AA .4 .1 .7 i rf, n. ...i, . .
mi wumi aniiiucm r oiniv ii ;c. worm vi
100 Plfces Faur.y rluu at be. New fcttylet.
SEE OUR GREAT BARGAINS IN BLACK CASHMERES.
OIUXD HOLIDAY HANDKERCHIEF DISPLAY.
ft Do. l adies all Linen t'dkf. I'ummud &c.
5Do. Oe i'sall l.lnae Hdkfs Horn ed 10c
ii Dot Ladle, bilk lidkfs. at b and 3 c.
Ueiita Silk lldkf. in, 45, fi.TS and $1.00.
Endless Variety of Fancy Hemstitched Hdkfs. in Solid Colors. Fancy Bordered Em-
broidered for Ladies, Gents and Children for Holiday Presents.
100 Doz. French Lawn Embroidered Hdkfs. at 10 and 12jC.
See Our Grand Ilolidav Display of Fancv Goods, Tovs,
i Jons, io let Articles, Albums, l-'auetrie. Comb
aud Brush cases. Japanese Ware. Vates,
Flower Pots, Fancy Boxes.
Perfumes in fancy boxes. New lines Ladies and Childrens Cloaks and Dolmans from
5.00 to f30.00 10 per cent, less than prices of 30 days ago. New lintf of Ladies and
Children's Fine Shoes just received and will be sold at popular prices. '
K11J Gl.O VIC
ICODoi New Kid Olovii' lt opened.
? iiook H-al Kul all color-15 warrtntod,
tea utiruauis hauat f i.awarrauteei.
Sole agents for theG-'nuiue "Foster." Largest aud and most complete line of Hosiery
er shown in Cairo. Do not fail to attend Our Grand Holiday Sale at the busiest and
most wide awake store in Southern Ills
maintained the two hundred-foot channel
and the maximum depth of thirty feet
throught the jetties during every day it
which the government had paid for such
Being asked what he thought of the Bur
roughs investigating committee, he said he
wasglad of the appointment, for tho more
closely were examined the plans of the
Mississippi river commission the more
emphatic would bo the approval passed
upon them. Tho commission, in his opin
ion, has adopted the only plan to make a
permanent and adequate river channel.
THURLOW WEED DEAD.
New York, Nov. 22. Thuriow Weed
died calmly and painb-ssly this morning
jut before 0 o'cloek. About 7 o'clock, af
ter he hud been pulseless for sit hours, there
waa a sudden but fleeting improvement.
His pulse rallied slightly and ho breathed
easier. Then ho sank rapidly again and
his spirit departed without causing even
the slightest tremor of the feature. "He
died," said Mr. Seward, "like a little babe
who had fallen to sleep." All hi relatives,
physicians, servants and a number of
prominent putilic men were by the bedBide.
The blow loll heaviest upon the daughter,
Harriet. It was to her that Mr. Weed had
dictated bis autobiography, until increasing
weakness compelled him to abandon the
occupation and leave his reminiscence in
complete. Dr. Chadbouruo laid that the
patient's death was due to no organic trou
ble, but limply to old age. His life had
goDe out like a dying sunsst, bocauso he
had lived out his appointed time. IIo dc
declared that thu periorvation of Mr.
Weed's moutal clearness up to tho last mo
ment of consciousness was really romaka
bio. His last conuectod and rational utter
ances wete tho few words he spoke a little
before midnight on Monday when ho re
called an incident counectcd with his ac
quaintanceship with Oen. Winfield Scott.
The body wascmbalmod under the direc
tion of Dr. Chadbourne. Two casts will be
taken of the f ico -ono by Mr. D. H. Sheah
an, for presentation to the New York Press
club, ol which Mr. Weed was a member;
and ihe other will bo made for the family
by Mrs. Booth, whose models in butter
were exhibited at thu Turin and Philadel
The funeral will tuko placo at ten o'clock
this morning, iu tho Presbyterian church,
corner of Fifth avouuo and Twelfth ttreet,
iu which Mr. Wood had a pew. Tho pas
tor, tho Rev. Wm. M. Puxton, tho Rov. Dr.
Ruusoll Booth, and tho Huv. Dr. John Hall
will conduct the services. Tho remains
will bo buried in a plaiu coffiu, covorod
with black cloth, with a simple silver in
scription pi ute. Tho interment will bu on
Saturday, in tho Rural cemetery at Albany,
where Mr. Wood's only eon is buried.
At tho funeral thero will bo ton pall
bearors, who have not yet beeu selected.
Private services will bo held at 8:80
o'clock this morning for tho family in tho
house; public sorvices iu tho church ad
joining at 10. At 5 o'clock tbo remains
will be taken in the tteanior Drow to Al
bany and burled in Itural cemetery Satur
day, Many telegrams of condolence were
received last nigh i, among them the regrets
oi Hamilton Fish and W. H. 8eward.
of Goods at the recent clearing sales in New
wu on nnu 10 secure some of the plums.
BARGAINS IN DRESS GOODS.
Rlagsnt Sstta Brocade st SOo. toic. wnith T5e.
to I eft.
Large Lint of Fancy Drosauoods at h, 15 and
ftoc. worth 15 1 Jttc.
25 Dos; Ladies nemotltched Hdkfi. 10 uu is
Chllds Kauey Udkfa. 4, 3, 6, and 10c.
I 5 Hook Kcu'er Patent au!y f I .u0 warranted.
Mniqustalr Kid aud Cbamoti 75c, 11.00. tl
I and $150.
CHAS. H. STUART.
Dr. R. V. Pierce's "Golden Medical
Discovery" cures every kind of humor
from tho common pimple or eruption to the
Pour to six bottles cure salt-rheum or
Ooe to five bottles cure the worst kind of
pimples on the face.
Two to four bottles clear the system of
boils, carbuncles and antes.
Five to eight bottles cure corrupt or
runniug ulcers and the wort scrofuia.
By druggists, and in half-duzen and
dozen lots at great discount.
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Notice In thin column tbree llnee or lun SScea'.i
one Insertion or $10) pr w eek.
IOK "ALE.-Ba h-r' ebalr, wfh Hand, ta
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FOR 8.VLR. 'oegood brick ho ise complete,
ne frame house corner Tenth and W Innt to
be rmoTl about March 1st nut. C.K. WoOD
WAKD. F'K SsLK. '. bhonlnger l arlor rn-5 oc
tave. T mope la perfect irdr Will be oid at
a bargain. Call oo or addrete care of Tribute,
OR R CNl' Fnrnlebed roo-na. Kletenth Bt.
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LT1R (SALE. Blank). Chattal Morgngee, Special
1- Warreotv and Warranty Deedi at the Bulletin
io") office 78 Ohio Levee
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
Tuesday, November 28th.
Tho Electric Success,
Mr. BARTLEY CAMPBELL'S
Famous aud moat Powerful American Drama, In
Four Acta entitled
The play which made the famo ot Its author In a
night. Kow York Herald.
lh tbo Superb Star Company with which, wher
ever presented. It hoe achieved
A GRAND TIWUMPH.
W. It BROWN, lMana,ra
WALTER LENNOX, Jr., 1 -MnsK"
Reterved Seats on eale at Butler's Jewelry Btore.
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