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THE CAIRO BULLETIN, FRIDAY MORNING. .OCTOBER 6 M
THE CAIRO BULLETIN ' ' tabltabad Ht. ah" D0 B4aM OiufMuy, hi 7u Ohio nlraai. Phoo. M. "bubschiption rates by mail. Istajtabl Cuk la Ad.anoa. On mr. TIU anil StlltdaT I "" Osayaar, HnnrtsT lonl). BUB6CaHT101 SATE8 BT I ARB1EB r mw ki rial re--. ot h carrier onuiiia Qainj Mc a aonU . NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. tntMiTtwiT will confer ft fat or by raportJof W tnid ortw.ijr lack o( prompt aall.ery ob to put of carrier. Cnta-rad ftt la. Calm PoatofBea M Baeood-elaaa Hall M attar CIRCULATION STATEMENT. Average dally and Siwriay circu- . lation for the year 1!W4 1945 Average daily an1 Sunday circu lation for the Itrst six months f 1905.. 2137 Avtrage daily and Sunday circu lation for the mouth of July, io, 2165 Average dally and Sunday clrcu . lation for the month or August. 1905 2161 Average dally and Sunday circu lation for the month of Septem- Septembcr. .2200 16.. 2143 2041 2014 21 SO .....2115 2133 2180 .....2180 .....2K!0 2131 217? 2110 2 M0 .....2l!M .....21S5 The above Is a correct statement of the circulation of the Cairo Bulletin da'ly and Sunday for the year 1901 and for the Drat nine months of the year 1005. CLYDE SULLIVAN. Husiiiess Manager. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 2d day of October. 190.5;. ,Sal.) LEO J. KLKB, Notary Public. " Commission expires January 20, 1909. ber, 1905 I. .. 2... 3... 4. .. 5... fi... 7. . . 8... 9... 10. . II. . 32.. 13.. 14.. 15. . ..2160 ..2010 . .2200 ..21S5 ..2193 . .2132 ..2170 f .2112 . . 2?i0 . .2174 ..2150 . .2135 . .2 131 . .21 10 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 21. 28. by congress? We very rmicB aouor n. The ai'fmpt has been made more than iice to secure such legislation. and in each case Ue senate blocked the way. The-e is not much reastm 10 ik Ueve that I he senators would feel any more frienJly 'o such enactment now. i HiSC. after the election ot 1 iff! dent iliKinky, the Hon. William E. Allen introduced n the senate a ro lution providing for the election by the senate nine senators ww um to be a "Committee on the Use of Vnnpv in Elections." Thi commitee was to investigate the use of money by corporal on s for use in puiimai campaigns and it was t re pint to the senate whet tier w not. -In -t opinion. any legislation was necessary or ex-j pjtHent to lesson or preveir me me of money in elections. Nothing ever came of this resolu tion. According to Mr. Chandler, of New Hampshire, the chairmen of all the national committees were oppose to it. In 19vl Mr. Chandler Introduced In the gcoats-a resolution to "prohibP coi poi at ons from making of mtnev in connect lorn with political eleeti."is " It provided a fine of five thousand dollars for any corporation making nionov contributions for politi cal purpo-es, ami added line- m .. for every director tr such corpruanou who ronsen ed to such con rihutioii-. This bill die: w.thout any action In the senate. There- has hen no time since 1901 hen the senate wps not P'K:'"! "",r, ind more in the K'J-P of contrail 'ns. and fpither and farther awav form the perpie It does not say like Yander bilt, "the public be d d," but it acts it V U more than likely tnai it w afford one more opportunity for the ona,n to gd farth r aaay f-otn the pr.-idei.i. farther away f-om the P" -pie It il! oppo-e hm in this as d will opp !ltni raili".ul rate rogu litmn In The matter of the mciprocry treat"", am! in the n visdon of the tar'ff. Hut that mnatc w 11 b'' due pome day. aside. There inti-t be no roii.toiie- ;uent of the crimes committed iti the party name in 1901. If by any chance or suterfuge one of the scoundrels; who were responsible for the occur rences in the last s'ate convention (.; lustencfj upon the party organisation he should be ignored. 'Honest democrats will be contain innu-d if they associate politically with the pickpockets and porch-climbers who brought disgrace upon tr.cni srlvcs and the p.irty in 1901. livery man who attempts to defend the otit rui;es of last year should be a marke 1 man and political fellowship denied him. "The country bunco steerers who 'riilini after the Chicago leaders in the bmtary are deserving of the most contempt. f r they represent..,! consti tuents who, they knew, were not in sympathy with the brutal gavel. The first thins; for the democrats to ,n i iii si)iir the stains trout their imhihiiion clear away all evidences of the murders of last year. If a tie tender or apoUKist for the crimes committed then p kes his head above the surface, hit it. Soak him in iho. primaries, and if he gets in the tick et, pepper him on election day. Make Id's political life a burden until he does wiks meant lot Mptn'ance "An able, clean democratic stale or ri'tiizHtlon .should net like a stimu lant upon the party. Confidence would 'i.-iantly revive and entliu-i.e-m be infuse, into the hearts of all ileum era's Thev would walk erect miii P 1 , 1 1 v proclaim ! t:ie oil! ttuir po ity for the dutie: of the people." , of a rcpresentath t STORIES ABOUT PEOPLE A New Definition. Former Mavor I'writk Cdliws, of Bost7U. told thu one as the Iru.h cab driver had nanaied H to bim in Dub lin. C.i.tl.v took " a fare'- nt into the country one nisht. The gen;!.man pai l h ni well, and told him C "look under the Siat." There eaUJiy found a quart bottle i t pure lrisa w hisky. and be sampled if immediately. He also jiaiv sumo to the horse... who .seemed to like it. Toll ins liie cry i-aliby s i.t: "After !M be -n r.ivi'V av th' baste m'y foor to fiVe dhrinlcs h ? s r ray; he did. Th' tiisi 1 iiiinv; (i knowed Oi w;:r in the ahail p'tlliu. th' kel, an' baste wr up la th' s-ste bvbin' me wi 1 the whip, matin' me pul! harrd an' ilanee." "Well, what was the result? in trntred Mr. Collin.'.. "Oi'va niver give th' .baste another drop from ;uat Jay to this." "Yes, but what was the result that night? You were drunk of course. "Oi n'lir 'n"t dhr'tnk. at all ani ill). "Were yon entirely sober?" "N". Oi'll not lie ab ut it. OI woi net entoiiely aiiltT." "If neither drink n sober wha wa your cotul .'. oil.'.'" "Oi wor on 111' defensive." Tills Imre Iiinateli. TOMORSCONQUERED SERICUS Q?EH&TIQriS AVOIDED Unqualified Success of Lydla E- Pink taia'a VeRotable Compound la the Case of Mrs. Fannie IX Fus. One of the greatest . triumphs of I.vdia E. 1'iiikhmn H Vegetable t oniixminl is the conquering of woman's dread en emy. Tumor. The irrowth of a tumor is so sly that frequently its pre-scuee isnot suspected nutil it is far advanced. afiQQOOOO O O OO o o o Q I at $3.00, $4.00 and $5.00 o oooooooo The " Elk " Brand Child's and Hoys' Suits g) Mrs Fannie D. Fox Q) SELFISHNESS DEFEATS ITSELF. ithal iffiliatioii. The dais of roudai ient and duilal of larty nffil'a'ioii would be inded. No m"ie exeu-e-,. oi iipoiogiea, or explanations or teaera lions. "The obj-cts and aims of the Ma pnrtty lime lcairui. oi. wmcu .w. r. ! iuuldu (f .laeksoni ilie is pic-id'-nf nil Theotlore Nelson spcrotarj. are' i ninmendable. The leagiie should for-! ;"ilaie a plan to have a stat'1 meeting' ftp'motrats tvfoie t';e campaipn i , ns lio! Wll.ler. Mien a meet 11 :hou!d be h'.ld in December -certainly not later than .Mn-iary. mere i pit n j of honest, incorruptible leaders in the party, and it should be developed nd utilized. ' Th Bulletin Is on ! t th fol lowing places! - Colman's 214 Eighth street MallWay House news stand. Walker's, 10 Sixth street. tlnibn News Co., Union depot. Etus Front Restaurant ANNOUNCEMENT The Bulletin la authorized to an Bounce GEORGE PARSONS as the Republican candidate for the office of County Commissioner at the ensuing November election. MAKE JOHN A M'CALL TELL. Poor Mnrq.irct Fuller. M-np-iret Fnliei i)-;o :, who bcSote lie- marriage spent much of. her t lim bs Concord. Mass.. enjoyed th? luend iiip ef .uch liieu as Emeison and Haw h -i'ie. who bad a li.uh pcai'l lor her. but Siic was unable to eon en, all of her acquaintances into ti lends. Obi Or Hart lot t of 'bat town, al though a very kind old eeuU'mau. n. in littie blunt in s'x ecb, and ti -d. n roust dislike to-Iter. One v-rj u.uk o o o o i 1. . t. i vnliioc vnr ttiittfiv rnti q arc iiiw uwai aiuc j urn "'""vj vm.i S3 o obtain. Sold only by ; o bAAluUL Will it. A w ,i Two thinas remain for the insur ance iiivestigating cominittee to do before proposing a remedy for insur ance corruption. The most import ant ij to compel John A. Mc.Call to give the details of what became of the lobby fund to which the Equitable, the Mutual and the New York Lif" contributed and which Mr. McCall's man Hamilton handled. Mr. McCall knows. He should be made to tell. The other matter is one that, it. is renorted. Mr. Mcern has been work ing out. It to make plain and easy of ce.mnrehpnBion the wav in which the lifo Insurance eame has been worked. The VJorlrt has been printing letters from a numher of policy holders tell ing how the promises made to them bnve not been kent. ' The fliles of Sunt. Hendlrck'a office contain htiu rlrfils of complaints from policy hob era which have been stifled by the state Insurance department. Keep after the lobby fund and the reasons for the' Insurance depart ment's neglect. Xtie ,) nomiUon of tne rvrn ment to furni.-h supplb-s to the labor eis on Cue isthmus canal is a poo'l thin? i'l more wavs than one. Fwr lurf. the rush of laboron be g?i the rananiA mcicha:i- have been robbing, them most unmercifully. They have been remonstiated won. out uej no ko: d. These merchants preyed on mi noeisitiec of tlw men in order to crm. t-.wbbdv rich. They made the inemtn ;n nruiulation of 'he canal r no oil exciiM. for exorbitant prices, ii. .v ..til jt the old prices their piofiis would have bcn sieatr tha.t ii.ev- T:flii tieen in me uaai. Tb.. ndminis ratlon has warned the huslncs men of Panama tha' their extortions mu-f c.;ae The eovern ment cut down by one half the freiaht ratrM on bread-'uffs and oth-r necea- tw i.rniiiiht b I'anama. I ho Fan- ama govertiment assi-ted by veuuc.ng imiMirf, duties. Hut all thi--e ihinjrs Hal no effect on the re- f,,l"- r f They ke;d boos, ins; np 11 P-lf' " ' til the lab'-i t who weul.l nve cle . -!y won! 1 be compelled to pay out all that he made lor provisions, and men would not got of the beft and most healthful. All thi is-to be chapped n m. 1 h government bself has now taken the matter up. It will attend to the feed- ins of t,i hhorer-, a.'id thev will ne furnii-hed wi:n provis onr, at a modei ate price. The busine-u men of Panama win soon begin to realize tnat, tney aa killed the goose that laid the golden pecs for them. By their own fblly. selfishness and inhumanity they nave brought this on themselves-, and for them, because of this, there will be no sympathy or pity. We are not prepared to say how much truth, there may bo in the ob jections raised by a New York firm to giving the contract for feeding the laborers .to" an Omaha man, but it is reasonable to bellve that the state of semi-starvation that has .exlsterj on the isthmus will toon be a thing of the pasl.; Un.t Kioruiv n irht the doetei I awakened by a very loud UnfeK.nK a IMu it .ov and aetiinir out of bed, ll j called from the window to know wnat was. waiitett. i ' Pocio!." s.tid a ou-e tl'o u bi'io v, 'Already the niratcs. who were so! "bow much camphor can any one take unmercifully scored by Bryan in the j by mistake and not kill them?" national convention, are laytns mcir j "Whoa taken it.'" iiiquueo k uu. pians to acain capture the ornaiza j tor. turn. Their syroph.-ntie tav.tnni; tor "Mo-ftaret 1 'lite, nw me i ei... !Iran now is pitihil. Tlo y are hypo I "A peck!' 'hlimler. d Hie (piei -r. r,i'.! of ronrse. and their attempt Uiamtions; the wiie'ow and n-'mnliift b enter respectable company iHt de-h0 bed. - Boston Herald ive nebodv. Beware of them,, j 'The day of the 'good fellow' is Rellqious Train Work. past. Vinv snoii teilow 1". ntn-r m . "Takint; tlieui oti" sun anouie'. i lie pay of a corporation, or is so wt at, ; .,Hd a well known ri'cap) ce-i u.an i ntollceiually that he is merely putty )t a ,,.,.( f( ntier at I M'lHiwro s, I; i th. .rliiior-Vj ha rut Knot lint 'irood i .ii,,.-.. tnv I'otiirtviin t ion to be thi; i . ,1 ...1,., .. HMln.l(.sn tr- ! , 1 .. .. 1- , .1 . .- , , V 1- V e f t lH CO- I COOW WIIU HrtlKN i 11!'11HII.IUI,'II So-called " wanderitijf pains"' may frikfti it .arlv strtfrs. or tllrt presence of ilanper nmv ins made niniii- fest by profuse menstruation, accoin imnieii lv unusual pain, from the .i--...u ,l.,-ti tbe (froin ?.ii1 thtcbs If you have mvst.cnous pains, if itiero are iixlieaitoiis oi uiuiimuuiMoii or iui ,.' i . ... 1 1 ... ii 1 don't wait, for time to coil- firm your fears and. po through, th horrors of a, bosoital operation ; been re I.v.lin. E. Finkham's Vefretablo Coin jwiund rij'lilawtty and 1m(T-ji its use. Mrs. t iiiKliam. oi i.ynn. .iass., win i.,,ii'lii'i. Hilvict' free of nil ebrir-rrt i if you will write ber about yourself, i Your letter will be seen by women only, i lifir Mrs. Fitikii;n-. i "I takB the hliertv U oomrratulnta von nn ! th nTnss I have had with your wonderful ! ritp.beiiis. Kichfpn months it-o nivmonvh i liestoiKl. Mtiortlvnftir j I'oltso badiv tlmt 1 ubimH.,"l to a thoro'itfli examination bv a pliv-ii'1!'!'! mid was told t.ri.tt I luid n tumor i oh t li" uterus and would huvo to undergo an i operation. m after I rwl one of ronr advert tttftMt.lAttttttttttlt j QILMORB liROS. j (Successors to T. W. Oanuon) loot Washlnjton Ave. r 5 Plumbers J AND Z s Stcamfittcrs : . t t Cairo riiones 21 and b). :-. tinintes I nrnislicii. Out of town J. work solicited. ? m9wa ani nal niurk" rss tr lit" K'laslJsjnfafji of the world. The oul I i-'ninoeeroi!:-, ill America is owned l 11 ns'ins I'totaer-. and i- on cm'.ii' i 1 :"( a in lY'lr wendeitnl nn '.a' ie. iThW Urni a' owns two KaffM. Th. -e . I. beile au'miaN ate tai.-d lor IK- two clr.blien f roy.ilty, and could It, ! be toun.it fit any puce i in j special cars for traveling and live m wat;ot,s thickly padded with eu.b d I hair backed by tine brass spring, anil !eve,ed with a rich and Serviceable im-ui- aud ll.vidud to Siv U.lia E 1'ntk- . lain ic. Th. y uie um and umi'i i hum's Yiir'tuhl Cnmtviund n t'-inl. After I ere tt lire-, and mu; t oe watched evt i) trvm.' til" lmtt'e ns tiif.-tl tl" tinn.tr ii j , , n a named lo P"'. wh' alone ,. !v a'tne. I hnve K-en evatnuied bv a ' ' , , o t. a,. n.n r-'iv iin and he n 1 have njnt of a ! i'; aMowed to tie I tin in. 1 " !.. ... . t ..... i-.. i..A,,..i.t ..... i. i: i c.-tittied accord ns to '. iiltliet llltV. J V !. ' ' .., .....IIIII- ,)., I ! -1 ,,l j I " lfl'. v. ! hrr. tironnd once Mioa, and t am entirely i ..,.,, ifte nibw i ....11 f i n Vr.r 1 IWinrii ..-(K .OUH. not... ...til. I ftlll.iw a ,uwb.,.v ...vw, ; , Bradford, l'a. oraMRf. carn.ti and luicv rniit MUTHIQ THU T A I LOR 231 Eighth Street Has received his Fall Line of Choice Suitings. When orders arc placed early it insures prompt execution of work and best selections. SWELL LINES FOR FALL . ... j Prices can't be dupli Uj catcd in the city. (ion of miii'.' rich all the l ica ii ki p ail the fa.-t , and M Ule . ha -Pell watt r nrertaret and includes appios, and it.i-r I alaiabb ami ei: 'tables. A ddon been known to Cod liver oil ami m'lk (a ..-i-Cbiea;,o Imei-lare a put oi .licit "let A' certain ! .., -ll- of the j.,,,- .pedal b-.1... and !(,-.. -s . lri'-bly icatlo-tel, are l-'d in snnll quantities. Anotuer generamui will probably know of tho giraffe .Aeleton relies mounted m halls of science. 1 RAKE WILD ANI?1AL3. mi coin: b ! tuo.-t Mt miliary ob.-.erveia of the n ottice next year or sek a place on 3 P.tinn (id,iM! l-c. l'lired. no appet.te. cannot bleep. county or ilie suite commit u;e. l-'iio- i "Why be offices are overcrowded now w i'h I ia wver ',uord fel'ows' It is flndr only leeom ' ii.ibii strn -fiendatini, for they have It'.'le cajnc- , lUcai 'e Itingling DipthcVi1 Mcnjjcrio Con tains Mcbt Valucble Cellcttion in the World. JuMgle le an, are e-u mg. s atce. , tiredn-S an 1 ami Kcarcer, anu ?tn- rteH p'ac-i it ., , -, ui. i . .... ,. ,!! .11 unincar at nlico if yt'U M-hU '-" a-ked ins ne.Khbir. a , upon l ue, to -.-i a. e .no,, u,, ,.s nuoi M(mIlh Tea lln., ,!thJ t, lonitiuMnimals the ,,,. i' '' ! T.'a r Tablets !' upon the poor m thi.s loimre-n j ta'"d 1. mi fl'i.'Hin V $l't in i he jG, Sehiih & Sons. Selecting a Wife H'?r'-F And a HEATINfi ST0VL: or RANGE are quite alike. The handsomest may not be the best, but when you do find both these qualities together our nun it will nialsc you f.cc the biljjltt side of life. It Is cutltcly wholesome Decatise It Is cbsolutcly pure Xti rvnense is .snaicd Ju lite bicwing of this beer for wc jtlue ourselves ou giving you a beet that caatiot be equalled for Its mellow taste and tuorougtt purity Cairo Brewing Co j9 MILLIONS AND THE MAN. ILLINOIS IN 1900. Only tho other day there was Mr. Rockefeller weeping at the greetings of old Bcqnaintonces. ISow, tliroiiKti ihc eye of the news, we have seen htm jdve' away" $10,1100,000 with no HiRii of emotion whatever with evi dence, indeed, of a bna'lncf.s like pre meditation that must be fairly painful to tlriaiiciers less adcnualely eaulmied. Mr. Rockefeller In tears was Ititer tstlng because of tils', ability to ap- near so liberally In benefaction. Most men have emotions. "Pew'' men have millions. Standard 'Oil' millions .bo ovtrtorj must others that their chief pofcs,essor la interesting even when the thinea he does ara comtnonplace. Perhaps' a . man able to give $10, find.nfin to the cause of eeneral edtica lion ought to be one to whose career tt ualloa could turn as to an open clean page lesson book. We shall have to satbify ourselves with the ro flection Unit at least there are inslruc five chapters in the atory of Mr. Ro-liefeller'H tiroisresH. The names of the cotiinilltoo receiving the money afford every guarantee that the $10, OPOtmo will 1m well and wisely em ployed. ,v'. , i,-- ;' 'campaign contributions. They are both found together in the MODEL OAK HEATER "The Only Corn Cure" DAVIDSON Iithth ttrPT. v. atro. Illinois, j cents. By mail 12 cents in stamps. Alexander County National Bank It is given out that In hi message Iho president will have wnnethlng to nay Iinofc'atd to the propriety of iniik I nit it trlinlniil for campaign commit- ts to wllclt coi poral ions to pay jttoiify for esmpalSn, or pollllesl pur- " r ". " '' i" " i " ' 17 n titiii be paa4 Under the head. "The !suef( Next Year." 1. L. flckeritiR in his "Kcnno- mics" for the current week, di.scuf;se the subject of the (sues of the polltl cal camnaiL-n in Illinois In J9'ifl. Hf declares that it Is certain there will he a llvlnc vital issue, viz: "Shall the railroads and corporations eon tinue to govern Illinois?" and holds that the. national Isue of euiarp.iig tho powers of the interstate com. merce commission making: it an elfec. live acent in protecting the rlchta of nil shinners. Is certain to dovetail Into the problem to be solved In thl$ fate. Aa the nresent deDloranle con dition of the state in the relations of tb nnonle with the tratisnortauou companies is solely tho result, of re publican management of the affairs of -the neon le.. "Economies' claims that, should Governor Deneen follow In the footsteps of his predecessors, in ihe cxeculive office, and do noUilmt to re eve the errors of past reptibl! can administrations, the possibility ol a chaiiKo In the management of state affairs la most alluring to democrats Thev will have nn excellent oniiurtti nity to sweep the enormous republi can mu (irlty of last year into the lake and have a comfort able surplus remaining. Continuing, "Economics" ptdnla out forcibly and, In the. State Register's opinion, accurately whal the democrat h of Illinois must do to earn and win muccohh. II, says: , ''But the democrat muftt first re form themselves. '.''Ther must bn a cleaning 6nt. ' TB lflsh? cr40Hi(i, iaTel-rnals leaders must 1 brusn1! AND PENINSULAR RANGES Anyone can make statements in an advertisement. It's another thing to show the proof in the goods. We can sell you a Model Oak Heater or Range and guarantee it perfect in every respect, at less money than any other dealer in the city and deliver it the same day. CASH "OR Unnnerclal A?, and Klgblh 8lrft, CAIRO, ILLINOIS. Capital , $100,000 8urplus snd undivided profits, 17n,ma Offlcara ' B. A. Buder...... rrBlr1nl Chas. Fenchter, Jr Vlca-Prealdent J. H. Gsllifan Cashiot F. Speacer Assistant Caihlar Otmmm prssssi p9JL BaajWSSl iC 1S W S B PEOPLE'S "UK .ti RE CO, Aecoanti H corporallona and Individ. uals specially BoltcItd. BtOanrt furnished to any part of tha warld. , Alexander County Savings Bank Capital, ....... x ..... . .50,ooa . Surplus and undivided profits, 133,000 TBICTLY A tAVINfH lAf4K. ' CAIRO, ILLINOIi. , k .! , Offlesn ' A, Ttudor PrpsMmtt O. Patlcr Vice Pronldent, II. Galligan ...Cashier r. Spencer Assistant Cashiett 1803 5-7-9 Commercial Avenue. " 4 t .. . J ." i Directors " B. A. Buder 3. H. Oalllgasi Thos. Boyd 5V. K. Obolson 0. M. Osterloli " : 0. O. PaUer Wm. Kluge 0. V. NeB Chas. Fouchter, Jr., N. B. Thlntlewood David fl, Lanadon. ' ; i... in. in -ii i -''-'I tnterent paid on U CspssUs ftt thi rat of three p ir&t tt mm. .