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LYNCH ft HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Colum
- Alexander county land, Cairo lot
mi exchange for St. Lotus projierty.
The south halt of the "I'llot" houxc At
Cottajt o on Fourth Street, between
Commercial and WaMilnglon avenue.
-Cotttgo on Ninth Street, weot of W'al
lint street, f 13 60.
CottAgo on Fourteenth Mrtet, went
of Washington nvcniie, $11
Saloon atnl llxturci, southwest corn
er eighteenth atrcet and Commercial
ivciiiie, nt a bargain.
Cottage on Twelfth Mrect, west of
v'oiuinerclal avenuo, $10.
Dwelling house on Croii street, we
nl Washington avenue.
IhiAlnesghoujoou Levee street, above
A good cottage on Twenty-Ninth
street, near Commercial nveuue.
Store room on Commercial avenue,
vxt to Wnvcrly hotel, $10.
Cottage of 4 rooi.s on Twenty-third
treet, $0. Good yard and cittern.
Uood dwelling homo on Walnut, be.
tween 'f wenty-iocond and Twenty-th'.rd
Store-room corner Twentieth ami
I'oplar streets, $12 CO.
Store room adjoining above,
House on Commercial avenue, near
Itrth Mrect. Sultablo for lmlness and
Tenements nunilered 7, 8 and
9, Winter's How, 5 room each for $10
er month. Will bo ut In flrt-clx8
Store room in "I'llot Houc," lately
occupied fcy A. Halley.
Dwelling houe on Sixth street and
JelFcron avenue $10.
Orphan Anylum building and prctul
es. Kent low, to a good ten mt.
Store room, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a month.
Rooms In various parts ot the city.
I.nnil", In tracts to suit, near Cairo.
Vlriuin Nalvniar Herr
at the Timlin saloon, opposite the Hti.
ti olllee. tf
Kilty ecnt, nt Winter' Gallery.
The undesigned i preparrd to pump
out and repair citterns or build new one?
ou .short notice and at f atisfactory prices.
.1. S. Hawkins,
i!.Td and Cedar .streets. I'ostofllee box
L.UllKS L'.NIIKItCI.OTIUMl. J.aillcs'
ChemUc. Drawers, Skirt" and Night
gowns In Hue Muslin, tucked and em
briodered at reduced rates at
1 Timid Hi Commercial avenue.
Solimon I'urelra has received an adi'.i
tlunal stock of Dry Uoods, Clothing,
Hoots and Shoe, which he I? offering, to
suit the. time-. Tlierelore. If you want
to save money give iiiiu a call at 142 and
1 tl Commercial avenue.
I'icces of choice print1! at the New Verk
More for.. f and 7 eeiila per yard, nlo
a large line ofmu'lliH erylow, and la.
dies' trimmed huts ju't In.
M.Vit CO. IVridirtCn.
f'ottagp on Tenth street, south s'de,
between Walnut street and Washington
avenue, will Iks let until 1st of November,
to a good tenant. Impure at Itui.i.i.iiN
otllee. K. A. nrn.NK.n.
Thl popularsaloon, corner Fourteenth
street and Washington avenue, to open to
the public. The bar Is supplied with
pure wines, choice liquors and the finest
brands of cigars.
:i-2"-tf A. Kitors, Proprietor.
15. .1. Cundlll has ust received a ear
load of Dubuque Ice, ami will continue
to recelvo Ice throughout the entire sea
sou to supply the Jobbing and retail
trade. He respectfully solicits a share of
your patronage. Ice depot, No. 17,
Eighth street. .1-17-tf
For the place to buy lumber cheaply,
go to.l.S. Mcfiahey, corner of Twen
tieth street and Washington avenue, w here
he Is locating bis new lumber yards, and
during the month will bo prepared to fur
nish all kinds of building material.
All the down stairs and part of the bar
room fixtures nl the house now occupied
by Fritz Slicelcr, on Washington ave
nue near the Catholic church, will bo
for rent after the 27th lust. Inquire on
the premises up stairs.
Mits. L. J. Uvnsi:.
Tlie Ri-nton Why t'liniHiT Kliould lo
1'nlroiiUeil In the Ire Hiialiie.
To the Citizens nf Cairo;
I propose entering tlie ice business
in Cairo, and have nlready received my
tlrst car load. Believing that If the peo
ple ot Cairo understood this matter, I
would receive a fair sharo ot their pat
ronage, I have chosen this method of
bringing It to their notice. If any one
llrra had a monopoly in sugar or coftee,
they would be ablo to set their own
prices, and consumer would lie com
pelled to pay them. The citizens of
Cairo know as well us I can tell them,
what la to their interest, and what will
tend to keep such a necessity as Ico has
, become, at a lair and living rate, and I
leave the matter in their hands. '
5-18 Ct. K. J. Cundii-t.
Thirty thousand just received at the
$be nil i; tin.
..,Y....."..Vl,"ot,,'', 10 announce Joll.V II
ii.iii.-,,-.u.- a a rnlitla'e rr Mifriffor AIx
niltr county, atth coming county rlccllon.
Weareaiitliorlted to announce tint It. A. Kit
munition Isiin ltiilittnil.-n I!i.iiIiiih ii.
(talc lor Mittiff, t tlie ensuing comity election.
ttV Br fllltlmrlvMt nannA.iHn IIL'TVtl U A III
for an lndtiemlentcniliUle for . sheriff i'if Al-
rianutr county , at itif rnnulna; rounty election.
A8CAI.O.N WUUK, NO.
Knlihts of I'rthlaa. run In iverv Frl
day III lit at luilf-wnt nyen, in Odd-
ItllOWt' 1UII. HOWE,
AI.K.TANDKIl I.OlKiK, NO. !4
lnilrtnilent Onlrr of Odd-ftl
lows, innets erery Thnrwlay night
i iimir.tMjii Miru. in mir nation
)iun rrjul aieniir, tietwern sixth and Hvrenlb
rtni ;iit i. ami, n u
'"UIIIO KNOAMI'HKNT, I. O. O. merti
.Au Odd-fellow' Hull on the nrstund tlttnl
Uu-jclu) In eierjr month, t Uair-pM! een
Jno II Uohsmah, 0 1'
A OA I HO IXJDUK. NO. 217, A. I'. A A. M.
Hohl finilar communications In Ma
aoulc Hull, corner Commercial arenue
' 'ami Klrhtli atrrrt, on the second and
norm MonniT 01 eoui mouin.
RATES mr ADVKBTINI.-fU.
CfAlt bills for adtrertUins, arc due aud ly
able !.'( AbVAxes
rranalrnt wlrertlsinK will lie Inserted at (lis
rate of 11 O jer'jiure for the first Iniertion
and 3" rents for each subsequent one A llbsral
discount will be nude on standing- and dlsl
For Inserting Funeral notice $1 Notice of
meeting of societies or secret onlers M cents for
Church, Society, Festlrat and Sutiiier notices
wilt only lie Inserted as adTertlsetnents
No ailrertlseroent will ue received at less than
Hi cents, and no advertisement will be Inaerto
fur lest than three dollars tier month
local BuslnM Notlcsa, of
Un UnMor mora. Inserted
In the Bulletin aa follows :
Commence Counting- at ten Lines.
One Insertion per line S Cents
Two insertions per line 7 Cents
Three insertions per line 10 Cents
Blx insertions per line 15 Cents
Two weeks per line . 86 Cents
One month per line .36 Cents
Mo Reduction will be made in above
Fit IDA V. MAY 20, lf.70.
luteal Weather port.
Cairo, lu.., .May 2", I7C.
Tn. Wind, i Vsx. I WrAni
:si HTl c.
N I 4 ICIoudy
V I 8 I do
NW 1 lo
N 1 it )
! Ii. in.
Eergeuit. Slirnal hvrrtre, L'. S. A.'
Drv ii no tls .
Stock of Dry Goods at very low prices
.i-l l-lm. C. JlANNi .-.
l'rints and Muslins still cheaper at
5-N-Iui. C. Hannv's.
Lirge stock ot Carpet? ottering very
cheap at il-l-l-lin. C. Hanxy's.
Linen Damaek Napkins and Towel
ing oflerlng at redueeil prices at
5-1 Mm. C Manny's.
iilleriiH lurllir I.inlle,
.lust received a large awrtnient of
Bazaar (Uobe Kitting l'attern, the Ust
fitting In ue, at liu. C HaxnyS
Large stoi k of Ladies, aud Children,
Hoots and Shoes at low price, at
.VI 1-1 in
Drill Al I hi- lieii: Hi.
Choice hams of Henry Ames and alo
Woreter's brands at the
,V2:i."t Ni:v Vhiik Sioiti;.
Lliicu llbre, plate tluMi, letter aud note
paper at the Hullktix olllee. Blue and
cream laid, Ir'Iow St. Louis prices.
On and alter this date C. W. Wheeler
& Co. will otter cord wood at $3 50 per
cord ; same sawed and split, $ 00 ; sin
gle loads $1 75 per load. Strictly cash.
Waste wood from Foreman Saw Mills
for sale at $8 00 per car. Inquire at
Cairo A Vlncenncs Irelght depot.
t a meeting ot Fire Companies held
at the Itough and Heady engine house
last evening, a committee ot twelve was
appointed to canvass the city for the pur
pose of soliciting subscription for the cel
ebration ol the centennial lourth.
The Clonlnit Kxerclnei.
The closing exercises of the Normal In.
stltutc, which has been in session for sev
eral weeks, will take place, at the high
school bulldlug to-morrow at 2 p.m. A
cordiil Invitation 16 extended to all.
Piiuiii: A. Tayi.oii,
Co. Supt. School.
open Air Concert Tu.Klwht
The National Cornet hand having been
prevailed upon, will resume open air
concerts this evening. Tho band will
play ou tho Tenth street stand, owing to
the (act that tho uptown stand U out of
order, and aflordt them no conveniences
In the way of light.
Howe's HlK Show.
In this morning's Issue of the Bui.i.k
tin will he found the mammoth adver
tisement of Howe's Great London show.
This Institution Irotn the reports that
come to us from both tho press aud Indi
viduals, must certainly be the most
worthy and truly excellent organization
of the kind traveling.
Mrs. Stewart, having moved to the
largo frnmo ;iiou so nt tho corner of Sev
enth street and Washington avenuo, will
hoard and lodgo good reliable peruana,
at $20 per month. Ilonms large nnd
The Freewill Baptist Church, corner
of Walnut and Flltecnth streets, will be
dedicated on next Sabbath afternoon at
2 o'clock, Prof. Dunn, of Hllldale Col
lege, Mich., will deliver the dedication
sermon. Several dlllcrent soelclle au
expected to be present, and the public
are Invited to attend. Mr.Mov ltn.K
.lames M. Craig, who Is charged with
the murder of Thomas Morrow, nt Unity,
in thU county, and who escaped
from the ofllcer In charge ot hltn, lat
Friday night, was captured lu Hickman,
Ky., on Wednesday, lie was brought
to this city aud placed In the bauds of
Sheriff Irvln on Wednesday night, who
locked him up In the county Jail for safu
keeping. He will be given a preliminary
examination as soon as witnesses can be
brought to this city, who are now being
The A.ccii.-lou day services ot the
Kulghts Templar, nt the Kplsco-
pal church yesterday, were attended by a
large crowd ol people. The address was
delivered by Sir Knlrht Gilliam, and was
a very line one. Alter tho ceremonies
at the church, the Kulghts paraded
through n number of the principal
streets. When It Is remembered that the
Cairo Conimatnlcry Is acknowledged one
of the het drilled, and best looking body
of men In the country, It Is not to be
wondered at that they wtre the recip
ient ot the most Mattering praise from the
bystanders who thronged the stice's as
they marched by. They certainly make
u niot Imposing appearance, and the
people of this elty arc duly proud ol tho
Circuit Court Miiy Term.
The first ease Killed on yesterday
morning was that of George Baxter,
charged with burglary. He svas found
guilty and sentenced to Imprisonment in
the Penitentiary for three years. On
Wednesday the same man was sentenced
to two years Imprisonment, for a like
otlense. At tho termination of the trial,
Baxter's counsel entered a motion In
arrest of judgement, which is set for
argument on Saturday.
The next case was that of .lolin Hour!.
gan, charged with an as'.'iult with Intent
to commit murder. He was acquitted.
Then came Mollle Ballcy, a half
witted negro girl, charged with the lar.
ccny of some clothing. Found guilty ol
petit larceny and sentenced to the county
jail for fifteen days, and to pay a line of
one hundred dollars aud costs and .-tand
enmm'tted until paid.
Helen D'Ksto and .J. G.Stutz to
night In the Hunchback.
It will pay all cash buyers to examine
the immense stock of hoots, shoe;, dry
goods, hats, etc., just received by
C-2C-:it O. Haytiioiin & Co.
The elpe water has nearly all disap
proved ; It has been with us a good long
while, and now that we arc to see the last
of It, everybody Is happy.
Don't fall to see Helen D'Ksto to.
-There has been very little done hi
police circle for the pa-t mouth. An
unusually limited number of arrests have
been made by the otllccr,and the courts,
consequently, have been very quiet.
Thirty thousand dollars wortii of boots
ami shoes lor ale by O. Ilaythoru & Co ,
tor le-s money than good goods cm be
bought anywhere el-e. ri-20-.'lt
We made a big start for a Fourth o1
July celebration, but It dickered,
and now thn tlreincn, who always
do thing; up brown, have taken
hold and will arrange a jollllcallon
that will bo of credit to all Interested.
S. Pareira announces special bargains
ii Men's aud Boys Clothliig.good all wool
('a?slmere suit only $9 00. A good boys
suit only $1 00 aud upwards. All much
less than heietolore for equal qualities.
Ileserve seats at Hartman's for Helen
West Brother's line shoes for ladle
and children1 wear, have no equal for
neatness and durability. A full assort
ment just received by
n-2U-3t O. Havihokm: & Co.
Great revolution in tho lino of Boots
and Shoes, which I oiler at prices never
heard ol betore. Men's boots at $2 00
n pair, and all the rejt In proportion.
1 12 and 111 Commercial ave.
Since their minstrel purtoruiance at
Mound City, last Saturday night, the
Taylor Literary Club has subsided Into a
quiet, knowledge seeking body, and each
nnd every member swears by all that's
good and bad that he never will be
guilty of taking part in a "damn nigger
The cheapest aud latest style Dry
goods, in the city also the cheapest lot o1
Embroidered Parasols, and notions can
always be found at
142 and 111 ConimereIal7ivenue.
.Mr. Blchard Powers, the well known
farmer on the Cairo ,fc Vhielunes railroad,
was taken very sick while at work a day
or two since, and was compelled to go
home. Upon arriving at his abode, how
ever, he was presented with a twelve
pound boy, a new arrival, which had the
effect to make him forget entirely his Ill
ness, aud he is now the happiest individ
ual hi these parts.
Golden Itlo collce, -libs for
Choice " " -libs "
Pea berry " libs "
Prime Itlo " lilbs
New York, A sugar, 0 lbs for
Prunes, Illhs "
Being determined to sell goods low,
we Invito all to call and buy where goods
nro sold the lowest.
ft.2:i-5t Nkw Yoiik Stoiik.
Kerni Iron Wuiilcil,
Wanted, 500 tons of scrap Iron in 10
tons lots for cash,
Vulcan MANiTACTiuiixri Co.
, -il McLeans1 Block, St. Louis, .Mo.
Cinto, III,, Thursday livening, 1
May 2.., 1870, (
The weather has been cool and cloudy
since Monday, nnd several showers of
rain have fallen. The river has been de
clining gradually, and the slpe water has
nearly all disappeared. Bates to tho
south continues the same,
Business has not Improved any. Flour
Is about as quite as It can be. liny Is
very dull and In great quantity. Com
continues pretty active. The demand Is
good, but dealers ilnd dllllculty to fill or
dors, owning to the scarcity. The arri
vals of oats arc few nnd far between, but
there Is a good supply ou hand, lully
equal to all wants. Meal Is in good sup.
ply. It has been more active than uual.
Bran Is plenty and very dull. Butter is
very plenty ; tho demand Is exceedingly
stock that will be sold at any price, aud
until this Is disposed ot, the trade will
light. The market Is full of common
remain, doubtles'ly, very meager. There
Is a fair supply of eggs, but none too
many for the demand, wjilch is good.
Strawberries sell fast at good pi Ices.
There Is very little being done lu this
branch of trade. Stocks arc ample, but
the demand Is very light. We note the
sale ot 000 bbls various grades, $. 00 to
$0 50; lOObbls various grades, Jl 00 to
$7 25; lOObbls various grade, SI 00 to
$0 75; COO bids various grades city. S3 75
to 8 50; 100 bbls S3 75 to 0 50.'
Hay is very dull. The market Is over.
slocked, nnd there is no demand. We
note the sale of 1 car common Timothy,
$10 00; 1 car common, $0 00.
The demand for corn Is very good. I
Thu supply is light. Wo note the ale ol
1 car mixed, in bulk, on track, 13c ; 1 car
white, in sacks, 50c; 2 cars white, lu
sack-, 51c; 1 car rejected mixed. In sacks,
Oats are very dull. There Is not much
ilnding its way to this market at present,
but there Is still a supply fully equal to
the want. No sales were reported.
Meal Is hi good supply, and has been
pretty active. We note the sale of 200
sacks, $2 I52 55.
There Is no demand (or Bran. There
Is an abundance on hand. No sales were
Butter Is very plenty nnd dull. Tho
demand Is unusually light. We note the
sale ot C; packages. 15c; 20 pails, 12jc; 15
jars choice, ISc; 10 palls Southern llli.
nol, 12Jc; 3 tubs, 15p.
Eggs are In good supply, but there Is
no excess. The demand Is fair. We
note the sale of 12 packages, 12c; 000
There were no sales ot'poultry given in
for tills U'ue. There is a good demand,
however for old hens at from $3 75 to
$4 00 ; tor roo-ters at from S3 00 to
S3 50 aud lor Spring chickens nt from
S3 OOlo S3 50.
There is a good demand for new pota
toes and cabbage. They are scarce. We
note the sale otSnbls, $5 25; 2 crates
cabbage, SO 25.
We note the sale of 10 bunches. $2 00
to SI 00 according to sl.e.
Strawberries are lu very good demaiH'f
They do not come in fast enough tosatUfy
tho want. We note the stle of 30 crates,
S3 00 to $3 75.
l'he demand for pie plant has entirely
died out. since small fruit- have come
into market. We note the -ale of lit bbls,
1 aud 2 cents,
HIDES AND FL'KS.
Hides and furs are quiet at quotations.
limns Dry Hint, 12 (Ji 13c; dry salted,
10 11 ; green salted, 5 0c; damaged,
Ft its-Beaver-No. 1 $2 50; No. 2
$1 50; No. 3 St; No. I 50c. Otter No.
1$0; No. 2 $1; No. 3 $2; No. 1 $1.
Mink No. 1 $1 ; No, 2 75c; No. 3 50o;
No. llOe. Uaccoon-No. 1 70c; No. '
-10c ; No. 3 20c ; No, 1 10c. Skunk No,
IS5u No. 2 00c; No. 3 30o; No. 1 15c.
Fox Gray No. 1 $1 ; No. 2 75c; No. 3
50o; red (ox No. 1 $1; No. 2 i5c.
Opus-urn No. 1 10c; No. 2 So; No. 3.
5c. Mukrat-No. 120c; No. 2 15u; No.
3 10c. Bear No. I S10; No. 2 $7 No. 3
$3; No. 1$1. Wolf .Mountain No. 1
$ 50; No. 2 $1 75 ; No 3 SI ; No. I 75c;.
Prairie Wolj-No. 1 $1 25; No. 2 50o
Wild Cat 25c. House Cat 10c. Badger,
Siii;i:. Piw.is Green 75c 25; dry
10 OOe ; hearing'. 10 20c.
Wo quote salt In car load lots, $1 00 ;
less than car load lots, si 5. We note
thu sale ol 150 Mils at quotations'.
We quote Paradise and Ml. Cnibon on
track, lump, S3; nut, S2; delivered car
load per ton, lump, S3 50; nut, $2 75;
delivered per single ton, lump, $1; nut
S3 25; ltauin or Ilarrl-burg coal ou
track per load, lump. $27 ; nut, $1(1 ; de
livered per ton, $3 50; Pittsburg coal
car loads ou track, $5 50 per ton ; single
ton, delivered, $.
Thu Doin Pedro's assassination did
not tako place, hut 'hundreds of wives
and daughter all over thu city are happy
to think that they can buy the bet Cali
coes at 0 cents per yard at
112 and 111 Commercial avenue.
Helen D'Esto has returned, give her
n cordial welcome.
noo Hook AlfcuW
Wanted lu Illlnlos lor tho new Illus
trated Thistle Edition or Sir Walter
Scott's Wnvcrly novels and other popu
lar publications, Liberal Inducements to
good agents. Send lor circular and
terms to W. II, Easton & Co,, 125 Clark
street, Boom 70, Chicago, l-27-eod-lm
The Centennial Carnival !
Cairo. Saturday, June 3L 1870.
THE SATURNALIA OF PAGAN ROME !
THE SPIRIT OP ,76-:CEIITEpiAT PATRIOTS!
Booming of Cannon-Fire Works! Every Day a Grand Fourth of Julv
Celebration ! . J
Largest Show Upon Earth-Hippodromo, Menagerie, Circus, Mardf Graf, itc
HOWES' GREAT LONDON OIRCUS
Travel by Railroad Exclusively.
in tho taUr.- POUnTVWOF OUR OWK CARo gore. W .ep.r.,
ant Cara, requiring three locomotives to transport tills Loviatlinn Exhibition from place to place.
Stools. in tli IPiixoaBt Oonclition.
No tlreil ami woruout hone-, tueh n arc always found In Companies traveling by Laud and Wagon Shows.
SANGER'S ENGLISH MENAGERIE Z
Has undo a f-cclal'y of Tr.iihlni,' Wild llcts, tome ot which hau hcietoluro been Miipoed to be untamable.
Thirty Cages, Dens and Corrals of Wild Animals,
And U not onlv tho largest, tho most novel. Knrieously appointed, and perfectly oils I ml In dcslmi, over 'presented In one aggregation
ol arotueinoht, but contains tho most perfectly (rained animals, llvo performing Elephants, tiiu performing Hoyal ltcgal Tlgan, and
SIX FBRFOXlMINa A.FXU.OACT HYHKT.
AH In the-Circuit King nt the ranio time; cost more money and make a grander dlspUv
tontlous 'llvliy-nlghtii" In tho country put
Our Arenic Stars
Champion 1'eiualu llareback llider.
The Australian llurfeuiaii.
MHo. or ixtevxx,
The llenutifiil lllonde (iymnast.
Wm. lET. Batoliolor,
The Champion l.c-apcn
Tho plri or 'TO, I bu 'Jouttueiitiil l'alrluis, etc. The lllnlsol thu air, tlio watch of Eudcr, the DonUciiiof the Juawle, ,tUck;lri2
Deep, 111. Satunlu Majclv, and thousand ol (irotcupie, UMurlcnud itnprescntatlve C'haraiteriJU J"" T
Caricature lu Carnival Uaiely and Splendor, ifc-i4r.,jttiji
Wo 01itillotx';o tlio World to 23ca.XAl Xt.
ADMISSION -Usual Price. 1200 Opera Cushioned Seate.
DoaiM Opou t,t 1 nud "7 O'Oloolt X. M.
ror full particulars ho I'lclorlals, frogratnine", and our Illustrated I'lcloilul. the Advanco Agent. Tickets for fiuhloned
Opera .Seats, and also Tickets for Oencral Admission, 1-
For Sale at tho Jewelry Store of E. & W. Budor, Corner
On the Pay of Kxhlhltlou, tit
XIIPPODnO 3VX XI
CARNIVAL COMBINATION !
MARDI GRAS CARNIVAL
A Scone of Beauty, Now, Novol and Interesting,
D o'clock In the iiioriihitf, nt a flight advance
Tho Magnificent Wardrobe
Maimliii-turcil by DUney Hrother A Carnton of
l.onilon, iuri'i'iitliiK the ruiKnol the lloury
ut i:ii-Uinl, Kirth ami Kl-htli. Dazzling auJ
liuwililerln, Ueralil", Kings, Knights, lloilv-(luiu-J',
I auitsof the Court. Wafting Maids,
Soldier. Ilitllo Men, etc., clad In solid armor or
iillier, i!e I nnd gold, iiith rich silk, tatin and
luiut rirrtim studded with Emerald, brll
Hants nn. I ,S:i phlrcs and Mioweicd With gold
aiM, oilier i.myl4s, cirnc.V nnd rosVuvea, I tie
coat- t tii'ins m Kiu;'aiid, with sblcldi, llanncrt
C':iMiu- ami lintlliMXes of thoo ancient Kiiun,
forinlni; mm u( the grandest and 'mot mairnltl
cent sl;;lit eicr helicld, In connection with tlie
Oirnd lllppndmuialle t.irt-tai'lR on tho public
tr elt., u iiNo during tlie gruiid Kuuta-Zonlo-llliiindrni.itle
aprrlncle Intldf the Clrque-Hlp-rodrouiatlc
nudtorluui, capable of
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