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THE DAILY OAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MOUNING, OOTOUKK 19, 182.
THE DAILY JiUILETIX
OFFICE: NO. 73 OHIO LEV FX
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OND CLASS KATES.
OflUiAL FAPKKOf CITV AND COUNTY
SPEOTAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice m thia column. toj(Ut cent por Hue for
IrrlMid ilva centa per Una each iubseqtient luaer
ion. For one week, 30 eouta per lino. For out
n onth. M cent r lino.
Wanted Men and Teams.
Five hundred station men and 200 good
scraper tennis on Kansas City, Snriugtield
and Memphis railroad. Material is a mix
ture of ciay and 6and. Vrice of station
work, lli to lCc per yard ; teams, 4.00 per
day; teamsters, $20 per month and board;
day laborers, f 1.75 per day. Apply to I
Mockler, Railroad House, Commercial ave
nue, between 4th and 0th, Cairo, 111., or to
Uktucnb, Smith & Co., Contractors,
Post ollice, Jonesbo, Ark.
Electro Vapor and .Melicated Ruth,
a sure cure for Chills and Fever, Rheuma
tism, Catarrh, Neuralgia, and all skin dis
eases and blood poisons.
I will jive Medicated Baths on Wednes
days and Saturdays. H wm over Taber's.
W. II. Makkan, M.I).
GOOD READING FOR THOUGHTFUL
SHOULD BE CAREFULLY READ THAT CORRECT
CONCLUSIONS MAY HE ARRIVED AT.
TAUL O. SOUTH,
Devr Sir: Recoguizing the fact that
there is to a certain extent, a mutual depen
dency existing between the prolessions of
pharmacy and medicine, and feeling that a
better understanding of the function and
duties of the two profession should bo re
cognized and adhered to, we, of the medi
cal profession of Cairo, object to the fre
quent habit of druggists ol this city, of
diagnosing diseases ana prescribing luedi
cines, for the following reasons:
First. The sck-nco of pharmacy does
not include a knu ledge of the science of
Second. You are violating the medical
practice act, by so doing, and robbing the
physicians of their legitimate 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 w hich 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 to both patient
irom the ertects ot improper medicine, anil
the physician because he is practically
held responsible for the action of the tnedi.
cine he did not prescribe.
Again we hold that the original owner
of the prescription loses his ownership in
the same, as soon as it is uco filled and
placed no ti'e, and that ho has no rijjht lo
demand that it be taken from the file and
be refilled, except by the order of tho pre
scribing physicians. Wo therefore ask
you to discontinue the practice.
After due deliberation, wo the under
signed members of the "Medical Associa
tion of Cairo" have resolved not to patron
ize directly or indirectly, any druggist,
who shall after this date,' be known to pre
scribe for any one requiring tho services of
a physician, or who shall refill or duplicate
prescriptions without the written or verbal
authority of the physician. Respectfully,
W. R. Smith, Presf. J. C. Sullivan, V. P.
G.G. Parker, Skc'y. J. J. Gordon. J. TI.
Bryant. C.W. Dunning. D. If. Parker.
J. ri. Pktrik.
To the Public:
Although the nhovo resolutions speak for
themselves, and although any unprejudiced
person can readily read between tho lines
the real motives pruinp'.iug the Cairo Med
ical Association to issue such a proclama
tion, I feel like making a few remarks:
I, for my part, do out know that I have
been deceiving the public during the last
19 years past and do not intend to deceive
it now, on the cimUry, I will try, in the
future, as I have in tiie past, to mind my
own business mid attend to tho wants of
my patrons to the best of my ability. I
am neither iikooinu nor huvino any one's
patronage, but my aim is to please each
and every one, who kindly favors me with
their calls. Respectfully,
Paul O. Soicn.
in market at DeBaun's 0(1 Ohio levee.
Use Tu it Cairo Bulletin perforated
scratch-book, made of calendered jute
nianilla, equally good for ink or pencil. For
tale, in three Bizes, at the office. No. 2 and
8. five and ten cents each by the singlo one,
by the dozen. Special discouat oa gross
lots to tho trade.
Dou't fail to stop at Joo Roneke'rs
Pobt Olncu ..uIdoii tor refreshments ol tho
best sort. lmo.
Receipt hooks, Cairo date hue, perfora
ted stub, nulled to any business, manufac
tured aid for sale at tho Cairo Bulletin
at JJoBiUnV, 50 Ohio levee.
.Vor 0 stern
go to DeBuuu'a, 50 Ohio luvee.
Sproat's Retail lee Box.
Consumers of ice aio notilled thut for
their convenience I have built Un... r,.
boi on Eighth street in CunditPs Btore where
ten in anv quantity cau at an times be ob
tained. My customers will remember that
their tickets will be punched at this statu!
Juit the same as by drivers of wagons, tf.
To Whom It May Concern.
Notico is hereby given to all persons not
to trust my husband, Samuel Williamson,
on my aecouut, as I will pay no debts con
tracted by him. Mrs. s. Williamson. a i
Wanted immediately Bix cooper's to make
oil barrels, staves jointed and heads circled.
25 cents paid for making. Apply at onco
to HahkyM. CAsr-EH,
4t Little Rock, Ark.
ICE I ICE 11
Out of the fire, cor. of 8th and Levee, my
icehouse and oilieo is at present at the
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, So-
tween 8th and Oth streets. Orders will be
(Hied saino as usual, both wholesale and
retail. Wagons supply regularly every day.
Mr. Joseph Roneker is now established
iiidiis new quarters at the corner of Four
teenth street and Washington avenue, and
Invites his friends to call on him. lmo.
Mr. John a Rower has made some im
portant improveiaents'in his saloon at the
corner of Twelfth street and Washington
avenue. In tho ante-room he has partitioned
off a corner for a kitchen, from which
eatables of every description will be fur
nished upon short notice at almost every
hour of the day or night. lw
Republican Committee Meeting.
The members of the Alexander county
Republican central committee are requested
to meet at the office of C. N. Hughes in
Cairo, on Friday, Octubcr 20th, 1882, at 10
o'clock a. m., for the purpose of transact
ing such business as may properly come
before them. A full attendance is reques
ted. Republicans not members of the
committee are invited. C. N. II cubes,
W. McEwkn, Chairman,
New Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers oa Tenth street. All
manner of blackui'thing and wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work done promptly. tf
Extra Selects, at DoBaun's.
A Fine Barber Shop.
Wm. Alba, on Commercial avenue, has
the most extensive and as fine an equipped
barber shop as cau bo found in any city.
His employes are misters in the trade,
whose rit.i)r8 are alwuyi uuiooth and keen.
His establishment is larn enough to
meet any demaud upon it without any tire
some waiting; and Irn patrons go away
pleased with him themselves and his work.
Give him a trial.
The Post' mco saloon by Joe Roneker
is one of the ui.neat, quietest, neatest and
best supplied resorts in the city. lmo.
50c. per Can,
Extra Selects, at DeRum's.
Old Machinery Castings Wanted
at Ueiinie's new foundry for which the
highest prices will bu pail io cash.
rj.it v,, Ohio Levee.
" dOH.i T. Ilr.n:il.
(JENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice ID tlifso coinmu, tn com per line,
tni, inKHrtion and whiithcr marked or not, if calcu
lated to foward any mm'a business luturesl aro
always paid for.
For Sale A good coal heating stove
at Tub Bulletin office. 2t
The trial of Bob Ford for killing
Wood Hite commenced at Plattsburg, Mo,,
A number of young people gathered at
Reform hall, on Eighth 6treet, last night
and enjoyed a social dance.
Schoolchildren will find The Bulle
tin scratch-books Nos. 2 and 'I tor sale at
Phil Saup's candy st ire. tf
Ron. Thomas M. Logan was iu the
city yesterday, enroll tu for home from Hot
The very latest wedding and ball pro
gramme stationery ; also Now Year cards.
worth $7.00 to $13.00 the dozen cards
may lie seen at The Bulletin job ofnco.Ut
Mr. John A. Reeve is in tho city from
Chicago, called here to testify in a case that
is to be tried at this term of the circuit
The Illinois grand lodge Kuiulits of
Pythias assembled at Springfield Tuesday.
There are 110 lodgos in the state; member
The center wall of Mr. P. Null's new
store buildings on Commercial avenue is
rising above the first floor joists. New
Jouts have been laid where necessary.
Miss KaU fibber, of South Ballard
county, Ky., leturned homo yesterday,
after a visit of several days to frieuds in
The Democrats are beginning to decuss
the question whom they will tdect to tho
spe-kersblp of the national hotiso of Repre.
sentatives next session.
Judge Folgcr, tho Republican nominee
for governor of Now York, instead of
resigning his secretaryship of tho treasury
has resumed work in that department a
Mr. Conrad Alba intends to have a
brick or stone flagging walk laid in front
and alougtho sitlo of his new brickjmsi
ness house at tho corner of Eighteenth
street and Commercial avenue.
- The Ohio Delegation in tho prosent
congress stands: Five Democrats, sixteen
Republican; in the next congress it will
n'and, as shown by the recent election, thir
teen Democrats, eight Republcan.
The new Cairo city cornet band, Prof.
Storer, leader, mado some very good music
in front of tho Opera Houso for tho Demo
cratic mass meeting last night.
Mr. Woodward, of Lockport, N. Y,
tho venerable lather of Mr. C. It. Wood
ward; is in tho ci'.y on a visit to tho family
ol his son. IIo is accompanied by tho wife
of another of his sons.
It is said that when Minnie Maddcrn
left New Orleans, the bootblacks and fire
men who were enthusiastic over her per
formance as "Chips," escorted her to the
train with loud demonstatious.
A New York astronomer estimates the
length of tho comet's tail at 50,000,000
miles; Prof. Frisbie, of tho United States
Eaval Observatory, estimates it at 500,
000,000. Who shall decide, when doctors
A number of property owners are very
much interested in the construction of the
stretch of sidewalk on the westerly sido of
Railroad avenue, from Eighth street to the
Opera House, provided for by an ordinance
passed about a year ago.
Hon. Alfred Orendorf, Democratic
candidate for state treasurer, is also past
grand master of the order of Odd Fellows,
and attended the funeral of Mr. Alexander
Fraser, in co.npiny with tho Odd Fellows
of this city, yesterday afternoon.
Yesterday lil'ty-foiir teams and the re
quisite number of men were at work
the city's levee, at a cost of nearly two hun
dred dollars per day. If tho weather re
mains fine for another couple of weeks, the
levee will be finished and will be one of
the finest embankments on the great rivers.
Captain Cotterson, formerly of the Iron
Mountain railroad, one of the most popular
conductors of this part of the country,
brought in the firat train on the Texas &
St. Louis railroad, loaded with cotton. Mr.
Cotterson is a good r ailrotdmat. If any
car gets auvway one sided, all is necessary
for him to placo himself on the other and
the thing will be balanced.
A white man, named Charley lvru' z,
of Belknap, came to the city Wednesday
and got as drunk as a fool, an I then sat
down on a chair in front of a levee hotel
and slept soundly all night. Yesterday
morning he found his pockets cut and
hi pocket book, with all contents but five
ii-iUr yone. A small gold watch was
also still in its pi.. i;ratz l&9 m) busjn'eis
to complain. IIo courted wu. i, f,nti
The case of The People vs. The Keo-
ler's was taken up by the circuit court yes
terday and occupied all day. The indict
ment rests upon tho disappearance of Mr.
Francis Kline's cow. At the adjournment of
the court last evening the jury in tho case
had been selected and the testimony had
all been taken. Th" nuro Fountain is one
of ttio principal witnesses in tho case. The
arj-uiiitor will begin this morning.
The Bloomington Bulletin understands
the situation exactly when It says with
reference to the purposed erection of a
government marine hospital at this point,
"The citiz mis desire the marine hospital to
be placed near tho point, nt the junction
of the Ohio and Mississippi rivers, where
patients from boats could be transferred
without carrying them through the streets
and thus subj -ctting tho community to the
danger of infection from diseases."
In his report for September Captain
Earust who has charge of the Mississippi
river improvement above and below St.
Louis, says of tho work done during th
month at Cape Girardeau in the hurdle
opposite Cape Giraideau the piles previous
ly driven were braced, foundation mattress
was placed for a length of 1,570 feet, brush
curtains, were placed against the piles for
a lenght of 1'JiJ feet, and wittling was
placed for a lenght of 055 feet.
All male citizens of the United States,
who will have resided in this state one yejir,
in the county ninety days and in the pre
cinct thirty days prior to tho day of tho,
election November 7th are entitled to
registration. Attention to this duty will
save voters much trouble and inconvenience
on election day. Those who failed to make
themselves known to registration offices in
their respective precincts on Tuesday,
should look up the officers and see that
their names are properly recorded.
A special train of three coaches took tho
remains of the late Alexander Fraser, and
relatives and friends, to Beech Grove yes
terday afternoon, and there tho last sad
rites were impressively performed over the
remains by Rector F. P. D ivenport. Serv
ices had previously been held at the resi
dence of the deceased's family, where tfio
Odd Fellows and other organizations of
which Mr. Fraser had been a member,
together with a largo number of other
friends of tho family, gathered. The pro
cession was one of the largest that occur
red hero for some time back. Tho train
returned about four o'clock.
Harper's Magazine for November, con
cluding 05th volume, has been Teceived.
It is a brilliant number. A new series,
"For tho Major" by tho author of "Anno,"
is commenced in this number. Tho lead
iug article is "Tho Early Quakers of Penn
sylvania and England." This is hand
somely illustrated, as is also "Across Lots."
The poem "Pordenone," by Wm. I). How
ells; poems, by Herrick; Tho Bride's Toilet;
"Lorna l)oon;" Manehester-by the-Sea
and Tho Vortical Railroad. The Drawer
and Editor's Easy Chair arc unusually in
teresting, snd tho Magazine, like jr0o1
wine, seems to improve with ago.
Tho following distinguished gentle
men w ro guests at the Tho Ilalliday yes
terday: Hon. Win. M. Springer, represen
tative in congress from the Springfield dis
trict; Hon. Alfred Orendorf, of Springfield,
tho next treasurer of the great state of Illi
nois; Hon. J. M. Scut lock, of Murphysboro,
Republican candidate in this senatorial dis
trict for tho lower houso of tho Illinois
general assembly ; Hon. Win. llartzell, one
of southern Illinois' most energetic, sensible
and popular Democrats; and last but by
no melius least, Hon. Daniel Hogan, of
Mound city, onco upon a time custodian of
the Pulaski county school fund and now
R"publican candidate in tho 51st district
for tho Illinos senate.
A slight error occiircd in the comment
on the verdict of tho jury in tho Wabash
railroad case, in yesterday's Bulletin.
The verdict had reference to the westerly
track of tho company, below third street.
The track cuts olF the sidewalk at the
northwest comer of Second street and runs
to tho company's freight depot. Tho
company obtained permission from the
city council, upon petition of the owners of
most of fie property abutting tho avenue,
to lay down this and two other tracks upon
tho avenue below second street. But the
company extended all thes-i tracks to abovo
Second street, several of them as far up as
Sixth street, claiming that it had an implied
right to go aboye second street to make the
curves necessary to reach their several side
tracks below that street. But the court re
fused to allow even the introduction as evi
dence of the ordinance granting the right
of way below second street, on the ground
that this ordinance had no bearing upon
the tracks abovo that street, which were
the sole subjects of dispute in tho case.
-Men are employed iu forcing a four
inch pipe horizontally through tho Ohio
h-vee from behind W. R. Holiday's coin
ni'al mill, below Sixth street, at a depth
of about twenty feet from the top of Rail
road street. The pipe is to protrude Irom
the outer slope of tho levee at a point
about thirty feet abovo the present stage of
the river, aad is to communicate
with the river and furnish water supply for
the boileis of tho mill. The distance from
the i-tarting point on the inside, to the point
where tho pipe is to come forth on the out
side of the levee, is about three hundred
and sixty five feet. Yesterday evening
about one hundred and seventy-five f't't
had penetrated the levee, and tho work was
'"ing prosecuted at tho rate of about forty
five lets. ntr (jaVi Tbis is the second attempt
to pierce the c.vee Ht this point for this
same purpose. The firt time the pipe
struck a rock not far from the tmt,.r glupi
and the pipe took a sudden turn upwards
and li-t.l been forced a number of feet out of
the levee a considerable distance above the
edge of the water, almost in a perpendicular
position, before it was noticed, and the work
begun over again.
General Jubal A. Early, who was in
St. Louis Tuesday, and who is one of the
Louisiana state lottery commission, has
curioiii prool that connection with a lottery
is disreputable only when law and public
opinion are sgaiii'it it. It appears that the
esteemed father of our country was connec
ted with a good old continental lottery
scheme and Gen. Early shows a photograph
of one of the lottery tickets, w hich has
upon it tlie autograph of Washington, at
tached in 17li3. Tho original ticket was
purchased by a gentleman in Fredericks
burg, Y,i., for $100, und there is now one of
the same tickets in the Richmond Mueeum.
This is a sort of clincher for tho people
who think a lottery is a wicked thing in
itself, when it is not against the law, espe
cially as this class of reasoners are tho
ones who accept the theory that George
Washington was an angel, lacking only the
wings. It is refreshing to thc.iliasses
though, to know that our George was not
really such a thin-blooded and,.foody-gondy
old duffer as some of thefitstories would
1 make him.
v-An exjuiiHrfTTon of the nnr
riau'o license word of this county affords
interesting results: The fact appears not
only that there are fewer applications for
licenses to marry from native born Ameri
cans thin from foreigners, but that there
are even fewer marriages among the Ameri
cans in proportion to their ( part of tho
population. How can this be explained?
Is it because tho American is not willing
to attempt housekeeping on as small a sum
per annum as tho citizen from abroad, or
because ho does not fall in love so deeply?
It is a beautiful problem for a debating
society, but in the absence of such an oue
in this city, an exhaustive discussion and
final decissiori of tlm important subject
would seem to very properly devolve upon
Hon. Thomas M. Logan and James M.
Sciulock, under the auspices of the Re
publican and Prohibition central commit
tee of this senatorial district. Captain
Shields might bo induced to place the
Opera Houso at the gentlemen's disposal,
and wo would go to one that they would
have large, enthusiastic audience, which
would duly uppeciato the profound argu
ment and brilliant oratory which so im
portant a topic must necessarily call forth
from such bright intellects as those of Lo
gan and Scurlock.
CARD OF THANKS.
To all who generously asssisted mo in
saving my property from destruction by the
lato Arc, I desiro to teuder my heartfelt
thanks. James Kinnkar.
Given to Prominent Demo
cratic Orators at Cairo's
HON. ALFRED ORENDORF, HON.
WM. M. SPRING KR AND HON.
address a laroe and enthusiastic au
In response to a call from Captain T. W.
Shields, and hand bills and avertisemeots,
about five hundred people, nearly all voters,
gathered at the Opera House last night to
listen to speeches from the distinguished
gentlemen above name J. There was a very
complimentary delegation of ladies; and a
significant featuro of the audience was, that
a large percentage were Germans. In fact,
it is safe to say that the German element
which had stolidly refused to turn out
when the Republican Gauss spoke, was
present in full foice.
After some line music, msdu by Pad.
Storer's cornet bund und orchestra, the
meeting was called to order by dipt. T. W.
Shields, chairman of the Democratic county
central committee, who nominated Hon
Thomas W. H illidayas chaiiniaji of the
meeting, and the nomination was unani
mously concurred in.
Hon. Thomas Wilson nominated Messrs.
P. W. Barclay. J. M. Phillips, F. llross,
Angus Leek, 11. McMauus, John Howley
and Samuel McClure as vice Presidents
and Messrs. Charles C. Mason and E. W.
Thielecko as secretaries, of the meeting,
and they were all unanimously electe'l.
Chairman Ilalliday then introduced Hn.
Alfred Orendorf, Democratic candidate for
stato treasurer. Mr. Orendorf is yet a com
paratively young, of very pleasing address,
but for all that a man of ch iracter and
irood sound ludgmcnt. His re
marks were brief, but forcible. He
referred to the studious attempts of Repub
lican speakers to dodge the real issues be
fore the people, aud to electrify the popular
heart with questions long since dead, such
as slavery and cocession. The only slavery
now was that practiced by the Republican
party bosses, the only cecessiau wss that
of honest Germans and others Wvm the
ranks of corrupt machine Republicani-m.
He then entered into a discussion of matters
pertaining more especially to the state,
questions of Mile UAniiwn and flnnicc,
nblcti addressed more directly to the voters
of this statu at the next election. He
proved how Governor Cuilcn had betrayed
the people who, accepting his promises to
reduce taxation as made in good faith, had
ro-elected l.im to the chief magis
trate" of this state: how he
had, after a careful calculation, with all
necessary sources of information op -n to
him, estimated the expenses if the
state goveninent to be five millions an 1 had
afterwards approved appropriations
amounting to over seven millions. Mr.
Orendorf's speech was listened to atten
tively throughout and frequently -interrupted
by hearty applause.
Hon. Wm. M. Springer was next intro
duced by Chairman Halli lay, and he was
received with a bunt of applause as his
predecessor bad als i been. His speech
was a masterly argument against the Repub
lican high protective, war tariff,
and Republican extravagance aud corrup
tion in the management of federal affaiis.
It was replete with incontrovertable conclu
sions basud upon recorded facts, and with
snatches of hum or, which mad.j a strong
impression upon the audience, as whs evi
dent from the many enihusiasth: responses.
His good points were too many to permit
even a very partial presentation of them
with this report, and they were all too good
to be lost, therefore w shall take occasion
to give them in a future issue.
Hon. Wm. llartzell made the concluding
speech. He is an energetic speaker as he
is a worker, and ho proved that, although
he has been in private life for several years,
ho has been watching tho interests of the
public, and especially kept track of the
present representative in congress from this
district. Ho took Captain John R. Thomas
as his text, and, in a speech of nearly an
hour in length, told tho audience how tho
poopleof this district had Iwen misreprej
sonted by the man of no ideas, of no voice
for Mississippi river improvement ami of
painful uncertainty and duplicity upon
tho question of Prohibition. Mr. Hartzell's
speech was a seating rebuke of
Captain Thomas' work in favor of
eastern ctpitalisls ami his inactivity
aud apparent hostility to the greatest in
terest, of his constituents at home. Ho
made a strung impression on the audience
aid was often loudly cheered.
On the wlu.lo tho meriting was one of
which Democrats may feel proud and which
promises well for the near future.
Time and space forbid any synopsis iu
thisissuo,of thcoxeollcut speeches made, but
th.oywe.re too full of Btrnng points to bo lost
to readers of The Bulletin who did not
hear them. Therefore a detailed reference
will be made to them in a subsequent issue
It matters not the ago of sufferers from
colds, coughs or croup, " Dr, Sellers' Cough
Syrup" is good for all alike, price 29 cents.
NEW ADVERTISES! K.NTH.
Nuttcei In thin column throti linos or Ion 25rent
IOll HALR. Out No. Seoul cookln clovo anit
-I ono foul heating utovo, Imtli kimmI an now hav
ing been In imo but throe inoullia. Knnulrn of
4 NO. ONE KKUKYUOAT KOIt HALK Hi
- f"ot lotiif. us 'ml lii-arn: will curry nlxtuuu two
horan wann. I'rtcu four thoiiHiitid dollar For
Information add w W. A. CADE.
Ul'Jlm Li-iivunworth Kauran.
LV)K8ALK. lllankii. Clmltal Morgagei, Nucclal
J- Warranty and Warranty J)eodn at tin Bulletin
Job office 7S Ohio Levee
T ) I'KINTINO OFKI('KS-Wn havo a laruu
Ktoek of IMxiHI, No. 1 "M" nw thai wu wil'. it'll to
iinnterit only, In lots of nut u than two ream, at
I'J 40prruuiu caxli. AiMrens E A. Jiuruelt. Dul
i:t In inlc.
A V S II 111 tllll-HM IWlitfJ.r llt.rll.1l ( IXtillliu tn m,nA
condition, and 12 (not hurizouUI -j flue boilers,
whii an ino vaivu", piien, new lu-atef, drlvo well
walortHRk. inc.. new Hiookx utack all complete,
pr'ce . A lilru K. H'imuit, Cairo, III. tf.
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
Monday, Oct. U'Sd. 1882.
I ate Otildc sml Chief of Scouts for
the U. S. Army.
And Ilia Own Mammoth t'omliliia.loii (.' omitting
Who will appear In the new and turt!lne una
tlonal Drama written for Hon V. I', duly, by
C'hm Foster, author of "aeat .-i-vd," Untillud
Buffalo Bill's Pledge.
A Band of ifenutnn Indian ('hti'to. From the Win.
uehau'o. Mn'ix and Hawnee I rlb . Also
the lii-a'ifm and Acroni
ttkc fl.m bora
Will Appear at Kach 1'nrformiinr an 1 in tho
Ntrei i 1'arnt!.- dranfl Vocal ar.d Instru
mental Musical tilio by Mr. Jula
Kcndand Miss I.oie Fuller.
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