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THE DAILY OAMO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MOUNLVG, NOVJ5MHEU 7. 12.
THE DAILY JHJLLETIN.
OJTIOE: NO. 7a OHIO LKVKE.
KMTBHEU AT TUR CAIllO I'OBTOKFICB Foil
VKANHUUHIUN THROUGH THE MAILS AT BKC
UNU CLAB8 KAILS.
jFSIUIAL PAPKK UF CITV AM) COUNTY
SPECIAL LOHAL ITEMS.
Notirca In mi eolumo, Hiirnt cent per Hue fur
lrl aud Ava cent Ir luia aeh f uhtequwut tutor
Ion. Cor oii4 wwa. Mil ceijt j.it llau. Kor one
n onlh, (Hi com iiurlnio.
60c. per Cau,
Extra Sulfctn, at DuK.tun's.
Finest lot of window curtains in tliu
city at Jeff. Clark's. tf
Use Thk Caiho Blllktin perforated
scratch -iKKik, made of caleudi'red jute
manilla, equally good foriuk or pencil. For
sale, in three sius, at tlio oflice. No. 'i and
3. five and ten cents each by the single one,
by the dozen. Special discount on grow
lots to tho trade.
To all who are suffering from the errrs
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will cure you, kukk
OF ciiahoe. This fjreat remedy was
discovered ly a minister in South America.
scnd a sell-addrct-scd envelope to the Hev.
Joseph T. Inman, Station I)., New York
GOOD HEADING FOK THOUGHTFUL
ItlOlU) BE CAHKKL'LLY READ Til A I' (.'OIlltKCT
CONCLUSIONS M A V Bti AHHIVKD AT.
1'ACL Q. SCUUU,
Demi Shi: Hucoynizin;,' the fact that
there is to a certain extent, a mutual depen
dency existing between the prolesions of
pharmacy and medicine, and icclim that a
better understanding d the (unction hihI
duties of the two profession ohould he re
cognized and adhered to, we, of the medi
cal profession of Cairo, object to the fre
quent habit of druggists ot thij. city, of
diagnosing diseases and prescribing medi
cines, for the following reasons:
First. Tho science of pharmacy does
not include a knowledge of the science of
Secoud. You are vioUitinir the medical
practice act, by so doinr, and robbing the
physicians of their leijetimate business.
Third. You are practising deception
upon tho sick; therefore we ask you to ad
here to the law governing the practice of
Another grievance to which we respectj
fully ask your attention, is the matter of
refilling prescriptions without authority ol
the physicians who have writen them. The
above practice is injurious to both patient
and physicians; the patient often suflering
from the effects of improper medicine, and
the physician because he is practically
held responsible for the action of tho medi
cine ho did not prescribe.
Again we hold that the original owrwr
of the prescription loses his ownership in
tho game, es soon as it is once tilled and
placed on file, nn I that he lias no right to
demand that it bo taken from the file and
bo refilled, except by the order of the pre
scribing physicians. We therefore ask
you to discontinue tho practice.
After due deliberation, we 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 the services of
a physician, or who shall refill or duplicate
prescriptions without the written or verbal
authority of the physician. Respi ctlullv,
W.H.Smiti, Prest. .1. C. Sn.nvAS, V. P.
G. G. Paukeh, Sec'v. J. J. Gordon. .1. H.
Bryant. C. W. Dimno. I). II. Paukeh.
J. S. Pkthie.
To Ibe Public:
Although the hImivo resolutions speak for
themselves, and although sny unprejudiced
person can readily read between the lines
the real motives prompting the Cuiro Med
ical Association to issue such a proclama
tion, I feel like making a lew remarks:
I, for my par', do not know that I have
hoen deceiving the public during the lust
19 years paw and do not intend to deceive
it now, on the oiiitaty, 1 will try, iu the
futuro, ns 1 have in die pact, to mind uiv
own busineM mill attend to the wimm of
my patrons to the best of my ability. 1
am neither hkouiso nor ih. vi.mi any one's
patronagu, but my aim is to pleasn each
and every one, who kindly favors him with
their calls, Ke-pectfully,
Pall G. Saini.
in muiket at IMkun's 58 Ohio levee.
A Fine liar her Shop.
Wm. Alba, on Commercial avenue, lias
the most extensive and as fine unequipped
barber shop as can be found m tiny city.
His employes are misters in the trade,
whose razors are always smooth and keen.
His establishment N large enough to
meet any demand upon it without any tiie
some waiting; and h s patrons go awny
pleased with him themselves aud his woik
Give him a trial.
yo to DeBauu's, f)0 Ohio leveo.
New BlaekMiiitli M1011.
A new horse shoeing shop lias been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers mi Teuth street. All
manner of black-mithing and wagon work
done to order. Impairing work a specialty,
Work done promptly.
at DcBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
ICE I ICES J
I'll (KMX I
Out of tho fire, cor. of H: mid Levee, tnv
ice house and olUce is at present s the
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, e
fweon 0th and 9th streets. Orders will be
filled same ai usual, both wholesale snd
retail. Wtgotii aupply regularly evury day,
Caiuo, III., Nov. OUi, 183d.
Nook of subscription to tlio capital
btock of tlio Cuiro Eluctric Litflit ami Pow
er Co. art! now oh;d t tlio City National
Go to JulF. Clark' for fancy window
ninnies ati l everything jiurttiniiif thcruto.tt'
UiTi'ipt books, Cairo ditto line, pcrfora
til ntub, nuiti'd to any bnsirn'ss, luanufiu'.
mrctl a-nl for sulo at tlio Cairo Bulletin
50c. per Can,
Extra Selects, at Deli iun's.
Old Machinery Castiiurs Wanted
at Henuie's new foun Jry for which the
highest prices will Jm paid in cash.
Call at No. 03 Ohio Levee.
tl John T. Kenxie.
and fixtures at Jell.
UEXKIUL LOCAL ITEMS.
Votico tn )vm eommn. ten rents tr Una,
nrh inrtUm ami whether ranrkHil or not, if elrn
I'IimI to fiwA-4 uny mill's nautilus lut'Tont aru
alwuyc paid for.
Go to Harry Walker's for election
news to-night. It
Mr. Walter Morse is engineer on thu
new steamer Henry A.Tyler.
Plenty of fun, laughter and tears at the
Opera House to-night.
Schoolchildren will find The Bulle
tin seratch-books Nos. 3 and :i tor sale at
Phil Snap's candy st;re. tf
Captain Thomas betrayed Cairo in con
gress. How cau any true citizen of Caiio
vote for him? Vote for Captain Murphy.
There will be no matinee at the Opera
House Wednesday afternoon, notwithstand
ing the psogramme so stales.
Tlie social amusement club will give a
dunce at Temperance hall or. Kigbth street,
Hieetion dUi iUclies may be s"en at
Harry Walker's Coniiijue to-night. It
The spectacle of two doukeys, each
carrying a lawyer Marks with jtwo Topsits
in the foreground i3 s'id to be excessively
Buderis selling nservej seats to the
Uncle Tom's Cabin entertainment to-night
ut .ri0, !3, 3o cents. The company remain
hear to-night anil to-morrow night.
j-S me of the most interesting reading
matter for to day, in this issue of The
Bulletin, i now led over ou tho first
Dr. Leach returned from his firm near
Caibondalo last Saturday night, where he
has been superintending the gathering and
storing of an immense apple crop.
From special locals this morning it ap
pears that tin subscription books of Cairo
Electric Light company are now open at
the City National Bank.
The very latest wedding and b ill pro
gramme stationery; also New Year cards,
wonh $7.00 t $13.00 tho dozen cards
may be seen at Thk Bulletin job officc.tU
Tiie d wiping class will meet Thursday
evening at Temperance hill histoid of
Wednesdny to accommodate tlio S. A. C.
The afternoon class will meet as usual.
We have a fine specimen of what
Southern Ills can do in the wiy of apples
this year on our table. It is a sample from
the fat tn of Dr. Leach.
Captain Murphy will bo with the ma
jority in tlio next congress, lie can there
fore represent Cairo more inlkeutially than
any Republican could. Vote for Captain
The "Egyptian Keveh rs" are getting
out the invitations lor their initial dauee
to be given at The Halli lay next Friday
night. Invitations will bo ready to send
out to-day and to morrow.
Ladies will be delighted with the
graceful sn I elegant shape's of our new
b'yb sof shoes; to enumerate them would be
impos ible, they must been seen to be ap
pn dated. Pahloh Shoe Stohe,
Commercial ave. bet. 6th and 7th Sts.
- A large gadiering of colored people
and others at tho stone depot Sunday, was
the result of the announcement that several
new colored converts would bo baptised;
and the crowd was not disappointed: there
were several darkies who had rather serious
cases of religion.
-The warden, of tho peuituutiary at
Juliet, reports to tho governor the number
of prisoners on hand October 31, at 1,418;
1,304 males and 23 females. There were
0 received and 73 discharged during the
month. The Chester penitentiary has 550
on hand; 531 males and b females. Re
ceived during tin mouth, 40; discharged
Mr. II irry Walker has made arrange
ments to receive election returns up to a
late hour to nig 14. It
Ladies whouesiro a perlect litiing ami
comfortable shoo should not fail to call and
look nt our fine lino of common sense, but
ton hhots; we have them in all qualities
and widths, . Pahloh Shok Stohe,
103 Commercial ave. bet. Oth and 7th Bts.
Captuin Murphy -has not been con
victed of untruthfulness ami of dishonesty.
Ho his not totally and disgracefully failed
in tho in uugemeiit of his own affairs, he
lias not proven by his actions and vote that
ho is the enemy of the interests of this dis
trict, the friend of tho ctmunerco of the
east. Ho is entitled do the support of the
voters of Cairo.
Tlio bloodhounds who play so impor
tant apart iu the Undo Tom's Cubiu troupe
at the Opera JIuuso to-night and to-morrow
night, aro genuine importations from
Siberia, Bnd nroulono well worth tho price
of admission. They aro exceedingly fierce
and aro constantly muzzled to prevent ac
cident. Stout and survicablo school shoes for
children nro a specialty iu our new fall and
winter stock; we have combined comfort for
the little ones, and economy for the paren's
puise. Pahloh Shoe Stohe,
102 Commercial ave. bet. Oth and 7th sts.
The Uncle Tom's Cabin troupe open
ing to-niglit at the Opera House is tho best
on the road, mid the Doubles" introduced
in tho way of Topsles, Donkies and &c,
give tho old and ever popular dama addi
tional interest. The Magnolia Jubilee
singers are superb, while tho plantation
cotton picking scene is thoroughly realis
tic. Mr. J. W. Scott, ot the Chicago, St.
Louis and New Orleans railroad office,
has rented the largo hotiso of Mrs. Tim
iiions, at the corner ot Tenth and Walnut
stieets, and is having it put in readiness
for the receptiou of "his f.unily," consisting
of parents, and brother, who are now
residing at Nishviiie, Tenu., but who
wiil be here in about a week.
Mr. Whituey, irulo of the suag-'iout
Macomb, has held tint position but for
two months, and he was assessed 2 per
cent, of his salary for a w hole year, or $:J5,
by the Hubbell committee, to be use i in
'securing a free ballot and u fair count" in
the present election. Mr. Whitney is a
Democrat. He had souvj ems-iienti'iiH
scruples against coiittibuting in that w iv,
and to that extent toward maintaining iu
power such rapcioiis blood-suckers as
Hubbell k Co.; he refused to pay. but
took the only other known alternative: he
left the lio.it.
Harney Craine, of the siug-b'it
Mtconib, was assessed 2 per ciut. of his
salary for a year, or $18 by the Hubb-.-ll
committee, to be used in the present elec
tion here and elsew here to carry "the G d
and immorality party" through with living
colors. Mr. Craine is a Democrat : he is
therefore opposed to being Idack-iuiiled
out of a snug uni of money by men who
have lost tho respect of the greater
portion of even their ovn
party. Ho refused to pay the assessuiert
and the end is pmbibly not yet.
Young men wiil find their wildest
dreams of nobby footwear realized in our
tall and winter styles of shoes, everybody
invited to look at our stock wh jther wish
ing to purchase or not.
Pahloh Shoe Stohe,
102 Commercial ave. bet. Oth and 7th sts.
The next congress will bo organized
by the Democrats, and if this district
should be so unfortunate as to
be again represented in that
body by Captain Thomas, its
representative would be relegated to that
obscurity in the home to which his meagre
talents, and the fact that he would belong
to Hie minority party, would naturally as
si'ti him. Ho did nothing lor us in tiie
last two congresses, wiien he had brilliant
opportuniti'.' . he would do woiso than
nothing in tho next congress, where he
would be a political nnncnily.
Tlu: little, new steamer Henry A. Tyler
is to run principally iu the interest of tho
Cairo Cotton seed O l company. She runs
between here and O.-ceola, making land
ings at all points where freight or pasicn-
ger-i may demand, but m. iking it an espe
cial object to bting together at this point
and tit Hickui in. Ky., ail the cottou-sced
uecded by the mills of thecompauy. The
seed left at the latter place will be forw
arded from there to the company's Memphis
mills. With her last trip the Tyler brought
several thousand sacks of seed to this port
for the company's mills here, and Mr.
Davis, the general manager, is now prepar
ing I ) start the nulls within a wet k or so.
Captain. J. W. Waldren is in tho city
and has taken up his residence at The Halli
day for tho season. He is actively
engaged in having the cotton
compress put in running order
and has already undo arrangements with
several of tlio railroad lines iu the city for
handling the large quantities of cotton
which he expects to put through the com
pression, lie hns made preparations for
the reception of two thousand bales of cot
ton within tho next week or two, and after
that the supply will bo steady and large.
The starting up of tha compress will be au
event of much interest to the people of
Don't be nlraid to come and sie us,
it cost nothing to look at our new goods
and sen what tho styles are, aud know wo
can and will save your money if you want
to buy. Those who pretend to know say
we have tho most complete and satisfactory
stock ever seen in this city, and our prices
are lower than ever, don't take our word
for it, but drop in and see for yourself, no
trouble to show goods.
Pahloh Shoe Stohe,
103 Commercial nvo. bet. Oth and 7th sts.
Mr. Richardson, mate of the
snag-boat DeRussey, was assessed
2 per cent, of his year's salary by
the Hubbell committee, to ho used
.i i ..!..
in mo purciiasu oi vicoiry in tiu urgent
election here, by tho managers of the purtv
of great moral Ideas. Mr. Richardson is a
Democrat. 1I is opposed from principl
to tho quality and ti intity of sinew ho is
asked to contribute toward tlio success of
machine Republicanism. Ho refused to con
tribute as demanded. Ho will probably
find some interesting letters awaiting him
at Mound City before long.
Captain Thomas claimed that ho was
the friend of river improvement; but the
Congressional Record proves that his claim
is ii it well founded. Ho claimed credit for
having secured the appropriation for. the
marine hospital at this point, but tho Con
gressional Record proves that ho is en
till' d to no credit whatever for this appro
priation. Ho claims to bo an honest and a
truthful man, but good Republican testi
mony proves him to be decidedly other
wise. No Cairoite who is not blind to his
own interests can conscientiously support
The fair of tho ladies of the German
Catholic church opened at old Reform hall
on Tenth street with very encouraging
prospects, last night Thero was
a good attendance, an 1 all
who went enjoyed themselves huge
ly. The ladies have made strong effjrts
to m ike things uttractivo to all, and they
have succeeded well. The object of the
fair is deserving of general public support.
It is to raise money duo from tho church to
the orphans of Leila BUttuu deceased.
Everybody should help the church to dis
charge its obligations. To day from 12
until 3 o'clock a grand dinner will be
Fiom the Arlington (Minn.) Post of
tlu 27th iust., it appears that Dr. Nowat
new, a fur me r resident of this county, and
who will be remembered by many of our
citiz :tis as one of the most active and intel
ligent fanners we had in the county, has
been nominated by llio Democrats of the
district in wlich he now lives as their
candi Ute for congress. Tho Di's friends
here will not be surprised at this, for they
know his public spirit an! peculiar quali
ty ot making friends and gaining confi
dence; but they will congratulate h.m
upon to early a n cognition of his good
qtnlr.lt s. The Dr. has been gone from
he le but a slioit time, comparatively spi lik
ing. It is no .v ;i settled fact that January
1. P?s;t, th management of the Illin .is
Ceiirtai ami Chicago, St. Louis & N-w
Oiieins road, the latter being now a leased
line of the Illinois Central, will be con
solidated. It was als.i reported in Chicago
tint Prei'leiit Ackt raisn, of the Illinois
Central ruiid, would resign, but, being iu
tet viewed upon this point, Mr. Ackerman
said tint the rumor is entirely without
foundation. Ho further said he had no
iu'ent'oa of doing this, nor had he bom
aske 1 to do so by the board of directory.
It is true tint th'j Cliicag , St. Lmis&
New Orieans road n to be consolidated
with the Illinois Central on January 1, but
tho board of directors have as yet held no
meeting to arrange the plan of reorg'inizi
tion. Juduu F. Bross return yesterday from
Masae. (Vi ity, wher" he had been doing
some v jiy i If five woi k mi.ing tho Ger
m in-. Ho Ins lueu there f r swral days,
going through the country with hore
and l ig;y, cultivating the acqu liutatico of
the German e!eiii"nt there and testing
their political opinions. Ho fouud a con
dition of mind among the Gorman's
there which promises tho vury host
for Captain. Murphy in particular and
for the Democratic ticket in general. Ho
met with an adventure, too, while gone,
which might have resulted seriously to
himself. His horsu run away yesterday
and ho was thrown from tli buggy, but
foriuaalcly icceivcd only some bruises, the
cllects which h ivo already passed away. The
judjjo is enthusiastic over the prospects gen
erally and is willing to bet he ivy ou Mas
-A special to Louisville, under date of
Nov. 4th, says: Judge George N. Brown,
who granted a change of venue in the cases
of Neal and Cralt at Catlettsburg tho day
before the all'iir with the mob at Ashland,
is at Frankfort, haviug left his home to
avoid tha fury of the mob, which his
friends feared would bo directed agaiust
him. The citizens of Catlettsburg oflered
their services to protect him, but Judge
Brown deemed it best to absent himself
until tho excitement subsided, as ho feared
this very offer of protection might loid to a
collission between the mob and law-abiding
citizens, which he desired to avert.
Prominent citizens of Ashland have tele
graphed Judge Brown that tho situation
lias changed aud is now quiet. Ho will
return to his homo in Citlettiburg to-mor-moriow.
The Mississippi river commission has
sent in its estimates for the sum needed for
the work during tho ucxt fiscal yeur. They
ask for tho sanio sum appropriated by con
gress last year, being about f 1,250,000 for
the Mississippi alone. Tho cstimites havo
not yet been acted upon by tho secretary of
war, but will probably bo approved with
out change and forwarded to tho secretary
of the treasury, who will send them to con
gress. Reports from work on tho Missis
sippi river, under thu appropriation of tho
last session, show that thu work is being
pushed rapidly forward and at a rate which
indicates that the appropriation will bo ex
hausted by thu end of thu fiscal year. A
largo force of men is employed under tho
direct coutrol of tho government engineers
in buildinj; works to strenghteu tho chan
nel and prevent the washing away of tha
banks. Heavy contracts havo been let for
repairs to levees, and Iho contractors are
vigorously pushing work. Indications are
that appropriations equal in size to those of
last session will bo n q iired for several
years to complete tho work as projected by
the government engineers.
Sunday loreuoon a young mail hired a
horse and buggy from Mr. Patrick Fitz
gerald's livery (table, aaying that ho wished
to use it until about four o'clock in tho af
ternoon, and that he was going out in
tho country a little ways. Four o'clock
came, so did six find midnight ami Monday
morning, but tho youug man and the rig
woro still away and unheard of. But late
yesterday forenoon the horse cama to tho
stable all nlone, without a sign id' harness
or buggy or man. When ho hired the rig
the man gave his name as G. F. Brown, and
under this a warrant was sworn out
against and placed in tho hands of Chief
Myers. Tuo chief and officer Mahany
found their man in the bar of Tho Halliday,
but while the officers' attention were not
upon him he broke away, run down Second
street, up Commercial avenue to
Fourth down Fourth to Washington,
up that to Six h, along Six h back to Com
mercial ami up that to Seventh street where
ho was recaptured with the assistance of
citizens Ibi was pursue' in his race for
liberty by the officers and a crowd of people,
and along tho line of run intense excite
ment was ato :sed. Some gave forth the start
ling report that the fugitive was the mur
derer of tin; lamented James Biggs, others
that he had just shoved a m in from the
wharf boat into the river and drowned him :
and bet ween the two rep' rts people were
next to crazy wit;i excitement. The pri
soner was taken to Magistrate Coinings
comt for preliminary exaniin iti m upon the
charge of larceny. In the meantime Mr.
Fitzgerald hid learned that the btigLry whs
standing on the county rond, some distance
above the city, an I b id sent out after it.
It was not injured, but in pi rb ct order,
but there wan no higu of the harm-s.-, or lap
r hu or whip. It was also learned from
parties who had met him in the country,
tint he had claimed to be t son of Judge
F. Bross of this city. Tiie.-e diets were
brought in the examinatii ti. The prisoner
gave his real n itmvn W. C. Br -s and his
story was that he had taken a ride out iu
the country, gotten into the mil l where lie
couldn't get out. llecallnl upon some
passers by to help him out, telling thorn
that he was the sou of Ju Igc F. Bross,
'in order to excite their
sympathy," anil insure their asostmtvin
his dilemma. While releasing the bugy
froru the mud, the horse, having b en un
hitched, ran away, and Bross, alias Brown,
could not catch him. The young man then
took the lip robe aud the whip and
walked h ick 'o town, leaving the btigy
where it was, and arrived here, gtive the
robe ami whip with a note to Mr. FitzgersLl,
to a little hoy with instructions: to deliver
them to Mr. F. T his was story of Bross,
alias Brown, and but f"r the facts that he
failed to call upon Mr. Fitzgeisld, hired
the rig under an assumed name, and that
he math: such a desiera'e fl'ort to escape
all pointed to felonious intention, ami he
was held to bail in the sum of $150. Af
ter the examination it was learned that he
was well connected iu St. Loui-, aud it
may be that he will "be out" again soon.
He certainly had a very geuted appearauco
for a common thief.
THE HfiSULT OK THIS DY'S WORK.
Cairo '.visa vitil interest in what is done
at the polls today. All true friends of
Cairo should strive to put a trtn in in in
placo of Thomas, w ho betrayed us iu Con
gress. Aud we have cheering news fiuni
all along the line. Tho count to-night
will name Murphy as the Congressman.
We havo uo fear about the result. But wo
want Cairo to be high up in tlio Murphy
column. When we ak Congress for ap
propriations next year, we want to do so
through a representative tint Cairo prefer
red. Wo want, tho choice of a majority of
the district to bo also thu choice of a maj
ority in Cairo. Our own self-respect de
mand that wo should not vote for a man
who w is our open enemy iu Congress.
Don't Io Deceived.
Word comes to us from the statu Dem
ocratic committed that in dilferent sena
torial district in tho state the rep ut will bo
circulated that Democrats in some parts of
said districts are plumping for onu of their
candidate lor the legislature, and advising
Democrats in other parts of said district
to "plump'' for thu other candidate.
Thu report is true, even with regard
to this district, for only last
night wo wero shown a letter professedly
coming from a good Democrat iu tho upper
oud of this senatorial district, stating that
thu Democrats of Jackson county wero all
going to plump for Sidney Greer ami ad
vising tho Democrats of this county to
plump for Mr. Llnegar,
Lot no Democrat of Cairo bo mislead by
this report. It is a thick ok Ccllom and
BIS EMISSARIES, TO INDUCE DkMOC HATS TO
'PLUMy" AND THUS TO PKKKAT OSK OF
tii Kin candidates foh toi: lkoislatukb,
AH WAS DONE IN SIX SENATOHIAL DISTUiCTB.
ok this statu in 1880. IGNORE THE
REPORT All I) ALL REPORTS OF THIS
KIND, NO MATTER HOW SEEMING
LY RELIABLE, AND CAST VOTES
FOR EACH OF THE DEMOCRATIC
CANDIDATES FOR MEMBERS OF
THE LEGISLATURE FROM THIS SEN
METHODIST EN IERTAINMENT.
1. Instrumental Quartette Ibdin, Italia.
HI). Cornet, Miss Ida Sjarrilt; lib. Cor
net, W. F. McKe; R, ibid Honv, Oeorgo
Paisnns; Baritone,,!. L.Sarber; Piano, Miss
Ella Robbins; Organ, Mis Faunlo Barclay.
2. Solo mid Cbcrus "The Old Brown
Mill," (words by Mi9 Mary McKee,
Music by W. L. Thompson); Solo, W. F.
McICee and Choir.
3. Instiumental Duet-Concert March,
Miss Ada Soarritt and George Parsons.
4. Biss, Solo and Chorus "Praise Yo
tho Lord," E. Y. Crowell accompanied by
5. Drama "The
Mrs. Hiu worn I, ....
Mr. Harwo oil
..Miss ILittie McKee.
. . -Miks Ellin Coleman.
. M-ks Kiiiinv HiirHnv.
James E. Y. Crowell.
0. Jolly Jonathan, Messers. Hacker, Par
sons, Weaver and Crowell.
The King of Denmark is truly a paternal
monarch. Finding that during tho recent
severe weather the royal loot guards were
suffering greatly, from Colds and Coughs'
this good old gentleman ordered a supply
of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup for them and
now the sentries are happy.
Millions Often Away.
Millions of bottles of Dr. King's New
Discovery tor Consumption. Omgls ami
Colds, havo been given away as trial bottles
of the large size. This enormous outlay
would be disastrous to the proprietors, were
it not for the rare merits possessed by tlio
wonderful medicine. Call at Harry W.
Schuh's Drug Store and get a trial bottle
free, and try for yourself. It never fails to
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mi ' l r or:fc ifuo fur ale l low price can Biol a
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and WwcbintOiu avumiu. MKS. F.VKHALL..
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' v f"fl lon. -is 'ret benru ; l!l carry a'xti-au two
taorae wag-in i'rtru four thuuMnd dollar Fit
Information add W. A. ( APE,
9 19 1m LHiuwortl) kanfa.
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i Warranty and Warranty Dtctia ai tu Bulletin
JoS (ifn- ?s unto .evce
T HUNTING OFFICIiS-We havo a laa'O
twkof au.fi. No. 1 "M" ni-na that wu wIT io-II tu
pntiii-r only. In Mi of not i:n trim two r- aiu. at
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let In (Ittlce. "
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with i.ll Ihn v v, p!;if, IK'H h Mf, drive Weil
WMterUM't. ir . n.-.v u iv- Mr all complete.
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Tuesd.iy & Wednesday,
November 7th & Hth.
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COM P A X V (JO M P RISING
MISS KATE PARTINGTON aud
MISS JENNIB MORTON.
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