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THIS DAILY CAIRO JWLLJ2TIN: FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 10, HS2.
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SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notiro In till eolumo. olKlt chuU pr lino fur
Irt and flvo cent per lino echul)'(jueiit ttmnr
;lon. For ono weuit. 30centa per linu. For onu
month, AO ci'uti per line.
50c per Can,
Extra Selects, at DeBaun's.
Finest lot of window curtains iu the
city at Jeff. Clark's, tf
Use Tue Caiko Bulletin perforated
scratch-book, mado of calendared juto
tnanilla, equally good tor ink or pencil. For
sale, iu three sizes, at the ollieo. No. 2 and
8. five and ten cents each by the single one,
by the dozen. Special discount on gross
lots to tho trade.
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will cure you, fkek
of chakoe. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
Send a sell-addressed envelope to the Uev.
JosErn T. In man, Station 1)., New York
GOOD READING FOK THOUGHTFUL
SHOULD EE CAREFULLY HEAD THAT COItUECT
CONCLUSIONS MAY BE AKHIYK1) AT.
FAUX G. .SOUTH,
Dear Sir: -Recognizing the fact that
there is to a certain extent, a mutual depen
dency existing between tho professions ot
pharmacy and medicine, and feeling that a
better understanding of tho function and
duties of the two profession should be re
cognized and adhered to, we, of the medi
cal profession of Cairo, object to the fre
quent habit of druggists o( 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 so doiug, and robbing the
physicians of their legitimate business.
Third. You aro practising deception
upon the sick ; therefore we ask you to ad
here to tho law governing the practice of
Another grievance 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 to both patient
and physicians; tho patient often sutb.-iin
from the elTects of improper medicine, nnd
the physician because be in practically
held responsible for the action of the medi
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 once filled and
placed on file, and that he has no rk'ht to
demand that it be taken from the file and
be refilled, except by the order of the pre
scribing physicians. We therefore ask
you to discontinue the 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 drusjtrist,
who shall alter 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. Respectfully,
W. R. Smith, Pros'. J. C. Sullivan, V. P.
G. O. Parker, Skc'y. J. J. Gordon. J. II.
Bryant. C. W. Punning. 1). H. Parker.
J. S. Petiue.
To the I'ubllr:
Although the above resolutions speak for
themselves, and although any unprejudiced
person can readily read between tho lines
the real motives prompting the Cairo Med
ical Association to issue such a proclama
tion, I feel like making a few remarks:
I, for i ii y part, do not know th.it I have
been deceiving the public during the lat
19 years past and do not intend to deceive
it now, on the contiry, I will try, in the
future, as I have in tne pat, to mind my
own business and attend to the wuuts of
my patrons to the best of my ability. 1
am neither hkooino nor iuying any one's
patronage, but my aim is to please each
nnd every one, who kindly favors tun with
their calls. Respectfully,
Pai l O. Srittii.
in market at DeBaun's ."HI Ohio levec.
A Fine Barber Shop.
Wm. Alba, on Commercial avenue, has
the most extensive and as fine an equipped
barber bhoMis can be found in any city.
His employes are mister in the trade,
whose razors are always smooth and keen.
His establishment is largo enough to
meet any donttiud upon it witjiout any tire
Bouiu Waiting; and his patrons go away
pleased with him themselves and Ins work
Give bun a trial.
gotobelUun's, fid Ohio levee.
Now Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Tenth street. All
manner of bUek-uiithing and wagon work
done to order. Impairing work a specialty.
Work done promptly, ' '(
at DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
ICE I 1CE1!
Out of tho fire, cor. ol'Wtli mid Levee, mv
icehouse and olllee is ut present s.t tho
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, V
tween ttth and litis street. Otders will
filled same as usual, both wholesale aud
retail. W sgons supply regularly every day
Notice, Fraser EHtate.
Notice is hereby given that my daughter,
N. L. Fraser, ia alone authorized to collect
any and all acc.mntg duo tho above estate
8t MltS. E. Ii. FllASElt,
a steady boy from 10 to U0 years of age to
learn photography. Ono who can ooaru
at homo prelorred. L. A. nuci-rs,
Cairo, Iu.., Nov. Clh, 1883
Books of subscription to tho capital
stock of tho Cairo Electric Light and row
er Co. are now open at the City National
Go to Jelf. Clark's for fancy window
shades and everything pertaining thcreto.tf
Receipt books, Cairo date line, purfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
turod a-td for sale at tho Cairo Bulletin
50c. lie r Can,
Extra Selects, at DeBaun's.
Old Machinery Castings Wanted
at Ronnie's new foundry for which the
highest prices will bo paid in cash.
Call at No.0;l Ohio Levee,
tf John T. Rennie.
Window sliaduH And tixKtrtia f
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
N'ot'cce In tfi column, ten cunt lir line,
tnr.b tixst-rUon nnd whulhrr marked or not. if eaten
1 itoil to fowvd any m m's biininosa intrruft aro
alwuy paid for.
Nothing of importance was dime in the
circuit court yesterday.
-Mr. mid Mrs. W. A. Pink are back
from their wedding tour.
Mr. B. F. Parker, of Chicago, is in tho
city on business.
And Ben Butler, too. Well, we never
lid believe that spoon stoty anyhow.
Don't fail t attend the open air con
certs given each evening by the Wizzard
School children will tindTuB Bulle
tin scratch-books Nos. 2 and 3 for sale at
Phil Simp's candy store, tf
Robeson, tho self-convicted jobber,
was defeated, lie could not carry his own
Hon. W. R. Springer has been re
elected to congress in the Springfield dis
trict by al ir, 1 majority.
Almost the entire Democratic city
ticket was elected in St. Louis by a large
When every thin elec has been tried
and without satisfactory results in your
case use Wizzard Oil. ut
Dr. Girdan left yesterday afternoon
for rejuvenated and purified Ohio, to be
gone sever.il weeks.
The very latest wedding and bafl pro-
gramme stationery; also - New Year cards.
wor:h $7.00 to f I. 1.00 the dozen car ls
may be seen at The Bulletin job office.:;t
About forty thousand voters broke
Prohibitions backa in Kansas. St. John is
buried under the mass of Prohibition j
ruins, and he will rise no tuore.
Mis. Eraser, administratrix of the es
tate of Alex Fraser, hasanotico iu special
local column of special interest to parties
indebted to the estate.
An hour passed in listening to the
Wizzard Oil combinations will have been
pleasantly and profitably spent every even
ing at seven o'clock. ot
Will Sergeant Riy pleaso stand up
and explain why ho didn't give us warning
of the fearful tidal wave which swept oyer
the courtry Tuesday ? And if it wasn't a
tidal wave, will lw please name it?
Before- Judge B iljcr, at tho olHco of
Corporation Counsel Gilbert, yesteiday,
some motions were argued in the case of
tho City of Cairo vs. The Wabash, St. Lonis
& Pacific railroad company.
--The next Illinois Legislature will con
sist of 201 uiriubers on joint ballot: 15:1 in
tne house and 51 in the senate. A bare
majority is only necessary to elect senator,
which will bo 10!l.
The Denier Ilumpty Dunipty troupe,
due here Tuesday evening, aro lirst-class in
every paiticular, while tho prices are so
moderate that all can attend. Reserved
seats at Tinder's at 75;:., 50c. and Mo.
Honorable John R. Thomas, Joseph P.
Roberts, Daniel llogan and other promi
neut gentlemen from different counties in
tho district have been in
the city for severe! days back, spending
most of the time at lint Democratic head
quarters and tho telegraph ollieo, anxiously
awaiting election returns.
Open air concerts by Wizzard Oil
combinations bring out your families mid
pass a pleasant hour.
- Incomplete returns from tho eigh
teenth Illinois district indicate tho re
election of Win. R. Morrison to congress
by nearly 1,000 majority. These figures
vei tided, will bo received with keen pleas
uro all over the country.
There is a facmation about tho antics
of a" first-class Ilumpty Dumpty, which
even tho elderly people find difficult to
withstand, while the young people invnribly
go wild over It. Tony Denier's troupe will
arrive next Tuesday, and the fun begins in
the wening at tho Opera House.
It Is expoctod that tho returns from
, Lake Milliguu precinct, the only ono still out
last night, will bo in to-day, and that the
county court will meet and canvas tho re
turns this afternoon.
Laughter us well as Wizzard Oil cures
dyspeptics. Take a doso of both any
evening this week at the open air enter
tainments of tho Wizzard Oil combinations
The spectacle of a county, Republican
by n majority of 470, defeating, by a niajon
tyof 851, tho Republican nominee for
county cerk, because ho is a uogro, as was
done in Pulaski county , last Tuesday,
should certainly open tho eyes of tho color
ed voters generally but it will not.
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Galligan returned
from Anna yesterday, where the latter had
been sent to bo cured of a mild form of iu
sanity, and to where the former had gone
after her without notifying any ot his
friends here. Mrs. Galligan is entirely re
covered. Tho Catholic fair was not continued
lust night as had been advertised. The
vote upon tho several articles was conclud
ed the night before, and resulted in giving
the chain to Mr. J. W. King, as the most
popular steamboat agent; tho cane to Mr.
Fitzgerald as the most popular candidate;
and the bible to St. Mary's Infirmary as the
most popular religious institution.
Tollerably reliable reports make Col.
Turner his own successor in Fiist Kentucky
District. Ha! lard county is said to have
given him a majority of 800 ; Graves county,
a majority of 800, and he is said to have
carried Judge Grace's own county by a
fluttering majority. These reports come
from Padiicah from friends of Judge
Poor, old Virginia! The mother of
presidents and commonwealths is dishon
ored by recreant sons of her own household.
And yet on her bosom rests the ' ashes of
Washington, Jelferson, Madison, Lee,
Jackson, aud a host of others who would
have died a thousand deaths rather than a
single shiu should fall upon her. Poor,
So far as known last evening the new
federal congress, tho 4Sth, will be com
posed of 14-1 Democrats, 128 Republicans
and 5 Independents. Tho election of IS
congressmen was still in doubt, but a large
majority of these promised to be Democrat.
This calculation assumes that there will
be no change in the congressmen from Illi
nois, who were 13 Republicans and G Dem
ocrats, and that the additional one given
this state by the l ite apportionment is
Joubtful. However, it is probably safe to
say that Illinois will swell the number of
Democratic congressmen by several.
Friday was the first anniversary of the
weddiug day of Mr. and Mrs. John II tines
and it was suitably celebrated at tho happy
couple's homo on Ohio levee, by them an 1
a party of friends. About twenty-five
of the latter gathered at tho residence ol
Mr. John Antrim early in the evening and,
laden with presents, marched in a body to
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Haines, over
Captain J. I). Williamson's boat store, and
surprised Mr. and Mrs. Haines completely.
Here the pnty unloaded their presents, all
of which were beautiful aud manv valua
ble; but chief among them was a new
sewing machine, from Mrs. Haines' father,
Mr. John Antrim. The slf.iir was concluded
with arefreshments nnd general jollity
tin I con jr itul itio is an I goods-night a l
of which will doubthless he remembered
long by the happy beneficiaries.
The editor of tho Paducah Times has
certainly tsuccombed to " an attack of
"crankism," such as we had only supposed
George Francis Train, or tx-Gov. St. Johns,
to be capable of exhibiting. As proof see
the following head-lines iu Wednesday's
issue of his paper, aoctit Tuesday's elec
tion : "Perdition" "Seized Upou the Coun
try" "and Has Gone to Democracy and tho
Devil."-"A Horrible Record of Donncratic
Victory." "Pull Down the Curtain and
Toll the Bell, for tho Whole Country Has
Gone to Hell." "Awful," "Horrible,"
"Simply D mumble," etc. Tho public will
will probably not agree with the raver of
the Tillies. At any rato it is willing to
abide tho consequences of its own act, and
will, we confidently predict, find the
atmosphere of the ho called Democratic
hell much mote pleasant and purer than
that of the so-called Republican heaven has
been for several years past,
Yesterday the returns from all but one
of the country precincts in this county
(Lake Milligan), were in, but all were sealed
up and in not a single instance did tho
person who biwught them know what tho
vote was, nor did they know anybody that
did know. As a consequence tho result of
tho election in t'dt county will not bo
known with any degree of certainty until
after the county court meets and canvasses
the returns. There are but two country
precinctsjof which accidentally there is any
thing known, and that is unofficially. The
vote of East Cape Girdcau is said to bo 47
for Thomas, 21 for Murphy, 12 (or Robin
son, 50 for Warder, 55 for Hodges, 18 for
Hammond, 48 for Mrs. Gibbs, 15 for Mrs.
Taylor, 58 for Miller, 15 for Mulcahey. In
Santa Fe tho vote is said to stand : Hodges,
42; Hammond, 0; Mulcahey, 80; Millor,2t;
Warder, 20; Robinson, 28; Mrs. Taylor, 18;
Mrs. Gibbs, 28.
Tho Wizard Oil company entertained
A largo crowd in a splendid stylo again last
night, on Washington avenue, near Eighth
street. There was frequent loud applauso
from the audience, not for the tloquout
lecturer on Wizard oil and its capabilities,
however, it is needless to say. After the
performance in tho stroet, the company re
paired to Hartmati's hall and regaibd fho
elegant audience there with several beauti
ful selections finely rendered, The troupe
is making a "big hit" iu the city, is mate
ing friends of all classes and races. Its early
departure will be regretted generally and
its return will bo looked for with interest.
The home entertainment at Hartmau's
hull last night, for tho benefit of the
Methodist church, was fully as successful in
every way as the managers and audience
expected it would. It was successful con
sidered from tho managers' stand-point, be
causo there was a good sized
and highly respectable nudienco present;
and it was successful from
tho stand-point of tho audi
ence, because the performance was, in
character and in execution, "just splendid."
Tho music was, as it always Is when ren
dered by some of our best talent, entirely
faultless mid, iu some instances, really en
trancing. Tho Wizard Oil company played
an important part in this portion of tho en
teitainmcnt, giving sonio fine vocal music
in their best style. The drama was also
gone through with to tho admiration and
amusement of all. The performers all ac
quitted themselves creditably aud were
"spotted", no doubt, "for future use" wheu
anything of a similar character is to be
produced. We should judge that the au
dience numbered nearly two hundred and
fifty people, and that therefore the young
lady managers cleared nearly the amount
still necessary to defray the expenses of the
extensive repairs on the Methodist church.
Judge Crawford arrive I iu the city
la-l evening and reported that Union
County's Democratic majority would not
exceed 1. 010, which, ace rding to Demo
cratic conclusions drawn largely from
assumed figures in other counties, would
ehvt Thoin ts by a siiull majority. But
all rip 'lis, both on the Republican and
Democratic side, up to late last night, were,
for tho m st part, speculative a id therefore
unreliable. Bat the excitement, not only
on the levee, around the headquarters of the
two congressional committees, but in c very
part of the city, was great. The interest
was principally iu in tho result in this dis
trict, however; the glorious reports from
other parts of tho couutry being looked
upon a3 a matter of course, even by Demo
crats. Owing to bad weather, consequent
bai mis, lack of railroads aud telegraph
lines, and the natural, aggravating dullness,
or deiibcrateness, or cussed laziness, of the
average country precinct election judg.-t and
clerk, it is not likely that anything definite
aud reliable will be known of the state of
the district bel'oie to-night, or to-morrow, or
Monday, or some other day in the uncertain
A NEW INDUSTRY.
Tho following letter received at this
ofiicjyesterdsy explains itself:
winamac, Ind., Nov 6 1882.
deah sir, "I would like to form a stock
company with a captial of 15 to $2500, to
run and established a woolen and felt mill
to make and mmufacture a line of felt
goods. F-jH ImiN, felt Ii use coll irs an I
sweat pa Is, felt pillows and bolsters, buffalo
robes aud carriage robes, railroad cushion
seats, door mats, felt bed mattres-cs, aud ono
important felt, felt rooting. I hare in
verted and discovered a rooting that is ab
solutely water and lire proof.
There is not a mill west of Philadelphia
tint m ikes and manufactures this line of
goods, there are my own study of years
If any parties wish to correspond with
me I will give them full estimates and
profits on this li'io and where sold.
This would be tin important industry to
Cairo an I employ a great in my hands, at
Cairo, would control a solid trade to the
South, you aro at liberty to publish letto r,
please send me copy. ,
Yours Truly, J.T. Uet.
A SHOCKING AFFAIR.
Mil. WM. ALIIA SHOT AND KILLED.
Tho public was startled about noon yes
terday by tho report that Mr. Wm. Alba,
one of ourold and highly respected citi
zens, had committed suicide by shooting
himseif through the head. A general tush
was made for Mr. Alba's residence, on Sev
enth street, near Washirfgton avenue, and
there the report was confirmed by the
The story of the deed is briefly told. Mr.
Alba hud been confined to his bed since
Tuesday night, suffering with pain i the
head and fever, to which ho had been sub
ject periodically for a number of years.
Mrs. Alba had been waiting upon him dili
gently. At noon yesterday she carried
him a plate of soup and found him in his
usual state when he was thus prostrated. Ho
had his hand to his hen 1 and when asked
how he felt, said that ho had a fearful pain
and fever iu his head. Mrs. Alba left him
lying in bed anil went down stairs to pre
pare tho tablo tor tlm rest of
tho family. Shortly after, perhaps
halt an hour after Mrs. Albn had left her
husband, ono of tho daughters heard a
noise up stair9 as though a raised window
had fallen and called Mrs. Alba's attention
to it, who Immediately went up stairs ogain
and found her husband lying upon the
floor in what soemod to bo a tit. Hhegavo
tho alarm and was soon joined by tho rest
of the family and several neighbors, who
were horrified to find, upon examination,
that Mr. Alba, having now ceased his
strupgle, was dead, and that bloou
UOWIUL' from H irliuullu Wfllllid inuf ln.liin..
tho right ear. A pistol, a four-shooter of
tho Smith nuike, which was lying on tho
Hour nearby tho corpse, gave further ex
planation of tho cause of death, and tho
shockingly swollen aud discolored appear
anco of tho loft eye told where tho death
dealing lend had probably lodged.
When Mrs. Alba entered tho
room just after tho report
had been heard, her husband was
lying upon tho floor, on his left side, with
a pillow from his bed under his head. The
pistol with which ho had destroyed him
self was usually kept in a drawer in an ad
joining room. It would seem, therefore,
that soon after Mrs. Alba left him the first
time, Mr. Alba rose from his bed, went af
ter tho weapon, took a pillow from his bed
and laid iton the floor, and then lying down
upon it on his left side, placed the pistol
behind his right car and fired. These
circunistauces point to deliberation, but it
is known that Mr. Alba was not ono who
would, when in his right mind, deliberately
plan and execute so rash a deed. There
are other circumstances which point to an
entirely different conclusion, which prove
almost conclusively that the deed was per
petrated in a moment of mentil aberation.
About six years ago Mr. Alba was prostra
ted by sun stroke and he suffered long and
severely before be was agiin nblo to be
about, and he never did recover entirely.
Since then he has been suffering
a'most continuously with a severe
pain in his head, and perio lical atheks of
dizziness, during w hich lie wmild be entire
ly helpless. These attacks would come upon
him almost daily and nightly, under all
circunistauces, mid without the least warn
ing. Olt.n, when in his sh ip, engagedjin
shaving a customer, ho would suddenly
drop the razor and grasp frantically at the
furniture for support, or fall prostrate to the
floor. These att icks and their immediate
effects would generally last fi.r several
hours, when he would be able to be about
again. During the five or six years that
Mr. Alba had been atllicted iu this way, ho
consulted m iny prominent physicians nnd
was almost constantly under medical treat
ment, but without avail. While tinderthe
influence of these attacks, and some timo
afterwards, bis mind would be wandering,
he would apparently be in a state of si un
consciousness. His prostration t-ince
Tuesday was due to another of these
attacks which had been severer than inual
and more protracted in its ( ffect. He was
convalescent, however, and would proba
bly have been in his usual state
of mini by to-day or to
morrow, but for his fearful en ling
Mr. Alba w is about 40 years old. He
was born in Gernnny and came to his
country in 1851 or '52 accompanied by his
father an I mother. lie went to New Or
leans thence to Sr. Louis, and
came to this city in 1801. Ho followed the
barber's tra lo ever since his residence here;
he labored diligently, rose steadily in the
estimation of the public which pitrunized
him liberally, and wa, at the time of his
sad death, one of the most jiroiperous men in
his lino of business in the city, having a
perfect palace of a tonsorial establishment
and owning some property in various parts
of the city all the result of his industry
and frugality. He was of a social disposi
tion, was on the best of" terms with
cv ry ono who knew him, and was a mem
ber of three or four of our secret and other
organizations, notably the O ld Fellows,
Masonic Lodge, and Rough and Ready Fire
company. He held life insurance
policies in two or three of
the secret organizations. He leaves a wife,
three daughters and one son, to whom
he was an exemplary husband and further.
The eldest of his childeren, a daughtar
who is in St. Lruis, is nineteen or twenty
years old, the youngest, twelve or thirteen.
Mr. Conrad Alba is deceased s brother and
Mrs. Jacob Klec, his half-sister.
Mr. Alba's remains will be tiken in
charge by tho secret orgainzationsto which
he belonged and will be interred to
tmorrow. CUPIDS CAPERS.
Mr. Charles Bowers and Miss Carrio
Koehler were married last night at the re-
sidenco of Father O'Hai a, tip-town. Tho
wedding proper was a comparatively quiet
one. A small company of near friends and
relatives only witnessing tho ceremony.
After the wedding the happy couple wero
conveyed to an elegant suit of rooms, over
tho Europeon Hotel, and there wero met by
a host of friends who deluged them with
congratulation, and expressions of hope for
their future happiness and prosperity. This
ceremony over, the com puny was invited by
tho groom and the host to partake of sup
per, down in tho dining-room of the hotel
and such a supper! Tho tables had been
given in charge of the cook of tho hotel,
who is a thoroughbred in everything that
pertains to a culinary department. They
wero furnished in splendid stylo and were
laden with a largo variety of dishes, both
fancy nnd substancial, prepaire 1 in many
different ways and to perfection. The com
pany did more than juatico to the repast,
and after that spent several hours as only
wedding companies can and do.
The following list of presents were
gathered in npleudid array at tho
future homo of the happy couple, over th o
Cabinet sewing machino of tho flucsrt
make, from the groom to the bride.
Silver double pickle castor, from 1). J.
V''at he or she has the very best the
coiver from-.- "e Company's now
Silver watch case, u. - ' their ad
Silver banket stand, from M.. i
Silver fruit-dish, presented by Miss
Gertia LBinbeit, Julia Conners, Lou, Zel
ler, Emma Woil, Mary Koehler.
Silver castor, with napkin rings, F. 8.
Silver plcklo dish, Miss Emma Vogcl,
Silver castor, Mr. and Mrs. Kratky.
Silver fruit-stand, Mr. and Mrs. Jake
Half dozen linen nadkins and butter
knife, Miss Alice Stoltz and sister.
A silver perfumery stand, Mr. and Mrs.
A Bilver dessert knife, Mr. and Mrs. A.
O. Phelps. '
A silver butter dish, Mrs. Wm, NeidBtcm,
A silver deesert dish, Fred Koehler.
Silv.T salt dishes, Miss Emma Stoltz.
Brussel foot-stool, Mr. ami Mrs. John
Silver soup ladle, Mr.Bernath aud Bister.
Silver card-receiver aud boquet stand, G.
G. Koehler and sister.
Elegant pair ot Alhanibra blaukets,
Messrs. Goldmine & Rosenwater.
Fine bed spread and half dozen towels,
Mr. and Mrs. Nat. Proudy.
Silver card-receiver, Dan Hartman.
Oscar Wilde embroidered tidy, Miss
Julia E. Bower, Uniontowu, Ky.
Beautiful silver tea set, Capt. William
Hambleton and lady, Mound City.
Silver castor, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Ward.
Haudsome toilet set, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Silver card-stand, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. J.
Lattnor and brother.
Fine silk lace lisciiew, Mr. and Mrs.
Fine pair of china vises and Morocco
bound autograph album, Mr. and Mrs.
Magnificent photograph album, bound in
Morocco, Mr. E.E. Ellis.
Linen Damask table-cloth and uapkins,
Leo Kleb and lady.
Silver syrup pitcher, Jacob Lind.
One dozen linen napkius, Mrs. II. Block.
Pair silver flower vases, Misses Annie t-nd
Silver perfumery stand, Mr.Gus Sffobo
da and sistT.
Half dozen towels and vas'.s, Mrs. Knit
zer. Cat-glass fruit duh, Mr. and Mrs. Meh
ucr. One fine Japanese chamber set, Mr. and
Mrs. Will A. Pink.
No man knows what a ministering angel
his wifeis until he comes homeoncday.suf
fering witn a dreadful cold and she hap
pens to have a bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup in the hoii'e.
No'.icnn in thl column three lluci or U'm 25 cent!
cji.c Irmurttoa or $10) r weeL.
1X)U KiN r -ruroliibe.1 room. KlfTftith lt.
arid Witiin;ton ivnuis. .MRs. PA Kit ALL.
t NO ONK FERRYBOAT FOR SALE -112
f-et lorii:, U feet beam; will carry nixtt'ou two
hnrae wnvuim. Vr'.cn four thou'ioiil dollnrn For
itiforiimlioti BM-:n W, A. t ADK,
'.i I'M in LcavHuwurth Kups.
LViK SALE. Iltinki. Chatta'. MortfAg.'ii, SprcUl
I Warrant? nrt Warranty Ded at tti Hnllntm
,Ioh eftVe TS Ohio I.fvi-i).
T ) HUNTING OKFICES-Wc hare a large
nix kof ZUiVi, No. 1 "M" nwa that wo wil' e!l to
Printer o.ily, In luti of not Ihm thau two t ami", at
ii lo ir ream canu. Ad'trm E A. linruott. But
(JAIR0 OPERA HOUSE.
ONE NiCiDT ONLY.
TUESDAY NOVEMBER 14th.
Fun Ununited! Miirrlmrnt Unlimited! Jov
Annual Apparatice of The Father
PANTO M I M 10 CO M I'AN Y
With tho OroatcKt Living Clown,
Alfred Frisbie Miaco!
Cm of thoUlKh Htllts.
Distinct Shown in One
Know l-T.D.'a llumptv Damply.
Show 8-T D.'a Arnioelntud HpccUltltii
Kliow a-T.D.'e Mliiiaturo Circuit.
A VERITABLE MARDI.GBAS
D!to , M.i. aart T5c. No nxtra chargo for tesorved
neati. Itoeurvod auat ou tale at Uudur'i Jowolry
GKQ HIDNE1T .Acting Manager