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LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Alexander county lands, Cairo lots,
n exchange for 8L Louis proiK-rty.
The south ImU crihe "1'ilol" house at
t'otlago (Hi .Sixth street near Wash
Cottage on Highlit Mreet near Wul
liwtllliifif, cortn r T'wctity-loiirlh and
First floor of brick dwelling corner
Nhiotwciitli and I 'oplar streets.
Cottage on Fourth Street, iK-tween
Commercial and Washington avenue.
Cottage on Ninth Street, west of Wal
nut strt et.
Cottage on Fourteenth tnet, twft
ot Washington avenue, $11
Saloon and fixtures, southwest corn
er Klghtecntli Mreet and Commercial
ivcniie, at a bargain.
Cottage on Twelfth Mreet, vect ot
.'oiii.nercial avenue, $10.
Dwelling Iioihc on rr.-s street, wes
of Washington avenue.
liUFinefhoii'-e on I-evee Mreet, alteve
A good cottage on Twenty-Ninth
'tre t, near Commercial avenue.
. tyore. room on Commercial avenue,
lextto Waverly hotel, $10.
Cottage of 4 room on Twenty-third
trcet, $. tiood yard and cistern.
(ood dwelling house on Walnut, tie
tween Twenty-second and Twenty-th'.rd
Store-room corner Twentieth and
!'olur street, $12 M.
Store room adjoining above, $.
lloue on Commercial avetmc, near
l'.itli Mreet. Suitable for business and
Tenements numlx-red 8 and 'J,
Vi inter's How, & rooms each tor $10
kt month. Will le put In flrt-clus
Store room In "Pilot Houe," lately
uccupied by A. Ilallcy.
dwelling hoiiM- on Sixth street and
Jelh-rsou avenue $10.
Orphan Asylum building and premi
ses. Ilelit low, to a good tensnt.
Store room, corner Twentieth and
Wahingtou aveuuc, $Ua month.
Koin In various parts of tlie city.
Foil I.KASKOIt SAI.K.
Land, In tract to suit, near Cairo.
JOHN Q. HARMAN 6c
J0M7KTASCEB8, H0TABIM PUBLIC
Land Airenta of the Illinois Central and
Burlington a.nd ulncy it. H.
IJnqlne?s House lately occupied by
Wood iritteiihou-'e A o., on I A-vee lie
low 11th street. Ke-it very reasonable!
Dwelling house, 7 rooms; 10 lots
enclosed, In good order, on Twenty
fourth and Walnut street. Kent low to
a good tenant.
Two tenements on weM lide of Com
nu Trial avenue near Fifth Mreet, suitable
tor Miop and dwelling. Kent for each, $s
Dwelling houe, 5 room", on Fitih
street near Walnut, in good repair. Kent
5 1 -J. 50 per month.
Cottage, 2 rooms ami kitchen,
Twenty-lint street, near Sycamore
north side. Kent $.", js-r month.
TwosmaTl houses, northwe-t corner
Fifteenth and Popular. Kent low.
Kascmcnt of brick building, west side
tf Vahingtoii avenue near Kightccnth
Mreet, live room in good coiidilioiil
Building on east side of Cummercia
avenue, near Tenth street. Mutable lor
carpenter Miop. Cheap rent.
Building on west hide of Commercial
avenue, near Twellth Mreet, Old "City
Hall." Kent very low.
Tenements, olllces and rooms in vari
ous locations. Kents low.
Lots and lands for sale or leiue.
John Q. Hakman A Co.,
Keal Kstute Agents, comer Sixth and
,evee Mrects. IH.Vtf
S. l'arelra announei s Kpe ial bargains
in Men's and Boy s lothing.good all wool
Cassimere suit only $'. 00. A good hoys
suit onlv $1 00 and upwards. All much
lees than heretofore for equal mialities,
The Dom l'edro's ns'assiuatioii did
not tnka nlace. but hundreds ot wives
uiid daughters all over the city are happy
to think that they can buy the best ali
coes at 0 cents per yard at
HJ and 1H tommcrcial avenue.
Solimon l'areira has received an uddi
tioutil stock of Dry UihmIs, Clothing,
Boots and SIuk's, which he Is ofli ring, to
suit the times. Therelore, If you want
to save money give nlm a call at 1 12 and
HI Commercial avenue.
Great revolution In the line of Boots
and Shoes, which I oiler at prices never
heard ( t helore. Men's boots at $2 00
a pair, mid all the rest in proportion.
S. 1'AIU IIIA,
112 and HI Commercial ave.
ly of t'Mlro,
colore.1 ami vamWied, for sale at halt
price (f 2.60) at the Bt'tl.ETIN orllee.
1.AOIK TmVkii.oTIIIXi. Ladles
ClieioUe, Drawers Skirts and Night
gowns hi tine Muslin, tucked and cm
briotlc red at reduced rates, at
Hi and IH Commercial avenue.
Just rewived at the New Vork Store
Choice Northern Peat h Blow Potatoe
tor Table and Seed, lor f ale low.
5-31-10t C. O. Path R & Co,
M'p an- nullmriml to announce .lollV II.
ItoKINrtoN iu laii'liila r rr Midriff ul Ales-
n-lcr county, at lomhig county election.
Wt reauthorize! toanniiiinrc Hint II. A. Kd-
miiiii'Imhi ix an inli-K'iiil-iit Ki'imliliran rainh-
iMif lor Mii riu, al me rnsuiUK cuuiur cio non.
We n niitiiorizril tonannuni I'KTKKS At'T,
ir hii Imli'iH-niltMit cii(li(lt for r-lirrill or Ar-
mii'lrr county, ihr rnxnititf county rlcclion.
SATIKDAV, J I' NIC .1, 1S7C.
The. TurncrlcM to-inorrow at Scheel's
I.inen til no, plate flni.-h, letter and note
paper at the r.t i.i.ki in oilicc. l.lin; and
ream laid, Is low St. l,onis prices.
Dr. Smith has removed his
room X and , Winter's block,
on Seventh ssreet.
To-day the champion leapers of the
world will nppcar In Howe's Great ln-
lou Miow, headed by OTlrieii, Bachelor,
S arland mid Bachelder.
I'lirnliui r nf Aui'lion.
I will, on Monday moi iiing, .Tune 6) h,
70, Isgm felling the entire stock Or
iit nltnre of Joseph Smith at his More on
ommerelal Avenue, iM-tween loth and
Hh Sts. John Ho;n, ConMable.
l'hu veteran clown and mimick, w ill ap.
lar at each pei6nuroice of the big .-how
thli atteruoou auil evening, and material.
ussi-t in making the, brilliant exhibi
tions pas ott harmoniously.
Anal vrranr .
The airo Turner Society will ccle-
trate thgir sixteenth annivcrury next
Sunday with muie and its iieconipatd.
ments. atSi hci l's hall. The invitation
to the public to celebrate with them Is
general. Admission 'Si cents. The fes
tivities will wind up with a dance in the
The only member of tlie Hunling
lo key will apeiir umler tie- pavillion o.
tbcirciit I.oimIuii Miow, and give bril
liant and dailiing acts ot eiiucstriauism
twice toilay alternoon and night. This
a t Is entirely new in this country, and
.Mr. Melville has .-reated an immense
eenuatiou wherever he has appeared.
t ralic Walvea Cinmluallon.
Mr. Morrow, a brother of the late
Thomas Morrow, with whose murder
Jauics Craig is barged, was in the city
yebterday. Craig was taken from the
county jail and arraigned In-fore Judge
Bros-;, but waived examination and was
returned to his quarters in pri-oii.
M ll Kill lrkrill.
The peerless and unapproachable lady
efpiestrienne, ot Howe's Great London
ireus ami Sanger's Koyal Kuglish Me
nagerie will apHar under tlie broad iu
Viltons twice to-lay, and render her
thrilling acts in the big show.
t:i--lloii l ttlla-rra.
At a meeting of the Odd-Fellows at
their lodge on Thursday evening the
following olllcers wore elected: N. A-
Devore, N. W. K. HawkiiH, V. G..
T. J. Kerth, Kecretaiy; F. Bross, treajur-
C. K. Slack, representative to grand
OH lor I lie 4 -iiI-iiuImI.
Dr. Warduer left the city via the Illi
nois I entral railroad for Pbihelelpliia and
the Centennial yesterday al'u-rnoon.and to
nltchd the American Mnliciu association.
will return by way of New Voik,
'.oslou and Niagara Falls, Und will be at
home again about the tHth of June. Dr.
Dunning had anticipated accompanying
Dr. Warduer on this trip, but owing to
urgent professional husincs here, was
ciMiiM'llcd to remain at home.
I'ultoikl t'outiiy u veiitiou.
The Pulaski County K jiublican con
vention for the nomination of candidates
for county lliccs, ou the Kcpublican
ticket at the coming flection, will be held
on Monday, July 10th, at 2 o'clock p.m.,
at the court house In Mound City. The
precinct meetings for the election ol del
egate to the nominating convention will
be held iu each precinct ou Saturday,
July sth, at 'J o'clock p.m., at their usual
place of meeting.
Mr. Jaiiiea Melville
Iu his incomparable acts of bare-back
horsemanship, lit which he Ins no equal,
w ill appear without fail both ulteruoon
and evening, to-day, and carry his littlo
son, Alex, upon the top of his head, while
mounted upon his Hying steed, and rid
a iK'il'eet whirlwind amid tho storms of
applause from the vast crowds, who daily
assemble under the mammoth tents of
the big show to witness him.
Look Out lorTlicui.
Two ol the higgest and most rogue.
Hi fun-makers that ever wore out slum
leather, w ill como wandering into town
to-day. The proprietors of Howe's big
show heard they were coming, and hired
them to go under their big tents und
make the people laugh; their names are
Ben Magiuley and Bill Conrad. Wear
good strong pants, and see that your cus
ponders are new,
It is known to iuot ol our citleus that
the machinery iu J. P. Gamble's late
wagon factory belonged to the city, und
was given by it to that gentleman as an
inducement to him to establish a wagon
manufactury In this cily. Since the d
structlou ol the factory by tire a con
lllct has arisen Ix-tween Mayor Winter
ami Mr. Gamble. The last-named gen
tlciuau placed a watchman la charge, ol
what reuiaiued of the boiler and engine
Mayor Winter also appointed a watch
mail. Tlie mayor's guard drove the
wagon-maker's away. Mr. Gamble sig
gest that the mayor and city council
bhould not act so hastily but wait until
Uiey ascertain whether lie will bo ubl lo
Business Is very quiet.
- Fishing and hunting parlies are now
the order of the day, and Kentucky Is the
popular resort for them.
The marine ways nt Mound City
will be sold at public auction to-day, the
owner having gone Into bankruptcy.
The Great London show comes to
day, but It should not keep you from go
ing to sec Helen D'Kste,nt the Atheneum
W'e are to have no celebration, not
even a picnic on the Fourth of July, Irom
the way things look now. What lias got
Into tho patriotic people of Cairo ?
The Mound City Patriot says City
Attorney Anderson has commenced suit
ngaiust the Kmporium Co., of that place,
for live thousand dollars bat k taxes, and
also against the airo City Property for
two thousand five hundred dollaru back
Circuit court was attended yesterday
by a number ot prominent legal gentle
men, including Judge Allen, I.. P. But
ler and several others. Mr. Canda, that
untiring friend, and one of the high of
ficials of the Narrow Gauge railroad,
was also thcte
The weather Is very w arm, and the
times are propitious lor mad dogs. May
or Winter has therefore ordered that all
canines running at large shall be adorned
with a muzzle and tag, or the owner who
fails to comply with the request shall
sutler a line.
The Paducahites are disgusted with
airo's base ball material, and want to
know if a stronger team than the Idle
wihh have yet encountered from this
city, cannot be raised. Tlie Idlewilds
cordially invite Cairo's club, when it is
organized, to come to Paducah some
time during the present month, and they
will return the call ou the Fourth of
(. Iu I lie
TurnerfeM to-morrow. A good time is
IliberulMiia f tlie t rout
The proposition to haye a general cele
bration in this city ou tlie Fourth ot
July haying fallen to the ground, the
Hibernian Fire company comes to the
trout and will give a grand parade
and pii'-ui,-at Schecl's Washington Gar
lie Mill i:ulr all You Miy.
If all the t 'barter aks now iu use are
as good as the one we have used lor
nearly twenty years, you can recommend
them with entire confidence, and we will
udorsc all you fay, having thoroughly
tested their many excellent qualities, we
are pleased to ay that it Is absolutely
without a fault or imperfection, and a
marvel of economy and neatness. 10
Jaulnu, I lie laid of tlietloutl.
The aerial phenomena of the nine
teenth century, whose chaste, fearless,
but at the same time brilliant perform
ances upon the cloud swing, have gained
for her a notoriety and tame world-wide,
has been engaged with Howe's Great
London show, and will appear at each
entertainment iu her thrilling act enti
tled "tilt? leap iV.r liU," in wourwr-rtnri
with Mr. Ge. Brown, i hose name ami
fame stands at the head of American
Mr. Hubert lllluuhnui.
Howe's Great London has been fortu
nate in securing the services of Mr. 1.1
lingham, the gentlemanly ma it re !n rirqut
of their grctit exhibition, a position he
has long occupied with signal success.
For what circus was ever popular without
a ring master V lb k the riht man iu
(he l i;-hl place, and will prove it concln-
ively to-day ; and not a word or deed
will Im! allowed to mar the pleasures of
tin' brilliant entertainments while under
the mim i vision of Mr. Llliugham.
County Commissioners I'hos. F.
liord and I'd. McGuire ot Jackson
county are in the city.
-J mine Allen of Caiboudale, is iu the
city on professional business. He is one
of the attorneys tor Jackson county In
her suit with the Cairo and St. Louis
-Mr. Charles Mason, well and favora
bly known to all the young people ot
Cairo, left via the Illinois Central railroad
on Thursday afternoon, tor a visit to tlie
large cities of tho east, ami the Centen
nial. He will be absent about two months.
The Helen D'F.ste combination played
tho splendid comedy of "Married Life"
for the second time la t evening, to a fair
audience. A more delighted crowd has
not assembled iu tlie Atheneum for many
a day. The piece is well caste, each
ladv and gentleman being perfect in hi
or her role, ami enacts it w itli a vim ami
trueness that never fails to please. This
Is a iday w hich all ladies tlio.-.e ladies
fond of line dresses, especially should
see, for there has never, wo are told by old
play-goers of the city, been more elabor
ate ami really elegant costumes seen
u lion the sUl'o here than worn ou each
piear:inee of tho ladies of this troupe.
The company appears again this even
Tlie DroMiiiuiful C'liurlcy Frailer.
Yesterday afternoon between 2 and I
o'clock, little Charley Frazier, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Alex. Frazier, was drowned Iu
the Ohio river near HaMlday Brothers'
warehouse. The unfortunate little boy
was out bathing with a number of coin
panions, and ventured beyond his depth
and was lost helore assistance could reach
him. Mrs. Frazier, the almost distracted
mother, was in attendance at the gradii
alin:r exercises iu progress at the hih
school at the time of the death of the
boy, and was listening to her daughter
Lulu, who was a member of the gradu
atlng class, read an essay, when she was
called from the room to learn of little
Charley's sad fate. The information
prcad a feeling of deep sorrow over the
assembly in tho school room, as It did
over the entire community, and the be
reaved parents have tlie sympathy of ail
l.ATKK. The body of the unfortunate
boy was recovered about 5 o'clocLlast
evening near the iot where lur went
THE "CENTENNIAL" CLASS.
The graduating exercises nt the high
school took place yesterday afternoon.
The graduating class tiuniliered ten
young ladies and gentlemen : William
J ml sou Ayers, Bello Cecilo Gafluey,
Niks Llewellyn Fraser, Henrietta Foss,
Charles Louis Johnson, Anna Laura
Kennle, Anna Prentice Alvord, Klla
Florence Armstrong, Lulu Agnes lice,
George F.dmond Clarke.
William J t id son Ayers delivered an
oration on "The Past." Tho subject
matter was interesting and the young
gentleman did himself credit by his man
ner ot delivery.
The essay by Miss Bello Cecile Gaflney
on "Opportunities," was a creditable pro
duction, and the young lady read it in a
very distinct tone of voice.
Miss Niles Llewellyn Frasler's essay
was also well-read. The subject was
"Change" and Miss Frasler treated it In
a very happy manner. The fact that at
the time she was reading, the news of the
sad death of her brother was
announced to her mother and other
members of the family, gave the essay a
significance not realized by the reader or
the audience until a few hours after.
Miss Henrietta Foss read a paper on
"Sculptors." This was one of the best
of the essays read ou the occasion. The
line of thought and its expression were
Charles Louis Johnson delivered an
essay on "The Present." This was an
address, patriotic la sentiment, delivered
with patriotic fervor and was very credit
I table to the declatuu-r.
The death of Miss Annie Laura Ken
nie's mother prevented the presence ol
Miss Laura iu the class. The cause ol
her absence created much sympathy
among her class mates.
Miss Anna Prentice Alvord's essay
was entitled "language, the repository
ol ideas," it evinced considerable, study
ot the subject, was smoothly written and
was read iu a very pleasing manner.
Miss Klla Florene Armstrong read
"Keiuiniscenees." Miss Armstrong Is
also a good reader, and showed that she
had spent thought and care on the prep
aratiou of her paper.
Tho last essay, by Miss Lulu Agnes
Pace, was "True Greatness," and by her
manner of treating it, the writer showed
that she appreciated the diflerenee be
tween the false and true hi life.
George Ednioud Clarke delivered an
oration on "The Future," pronouncing
at the same time the valedictory od-
dress to his classmates. The subject
matter of the oration and tlie declama
tory abilities of the young gentleman
showed thai iu choosing him to speak
tor them on the occasion, the class had
made a happy selection.
Tho distribution of the diplomas was
preceded by an address to the class by
Mr. Alvord, an address full of feeling and
well suited to the occasion.
The number of bouquets presented to
tne gtuiiuau-s Miwn..i timt the audience
were well pleased with their ett'ori.
The singing of Mrs. John
M. Lansden and Mrs. W. P. Wright
contributed largly to the picas
ore of tlie afternoon. At the close of the
exercises, a henediction was pronounced
by Kev. Mr. Gilbert.
Little Willie lrr.
The wonderful child gymnast, a little
boy only six years old, who throws four
teen consecutive double somersault", a
thing tiiihearit of In the annul:; ot arenit
history; strange and incredible as it may
seem, he w ill pertorm the marvelous feat
twice to-day altemoou and evening, uu-
ler the tents of Howe's Great London
OrNHil - BHiikruitf Halo ol Miiait-nl
1 will to-day, Saturday, Ju.ie :i, IS7G
at Kobbin'a Musical Bazar, oiler at pri
ate sale, at cost, the entire stock of
musical goods belonging to the estate of
C. Bobbins & Co., now bankrupt. This
stock consists of tine new sheet mush
over 1,00) pieces, double bass viols, gm
tars, banjos, violins, aecordeons, French
harps, druma, musical toys, tuning forks
and a complete assortment of musical
goods and fittings. 1 will sell to dealers
in jobbing lots in quantities and prices to
suit. I will receive bids lor the entire
stock in bulk. Such an opportunity was
never before ottered to tho citlicns of
Cairo and vicinity. All sales to la for
cash. No goods delivered until paid for
(all at om-e. 1K not put on until to
morrow what should be done to-day.
Provisional Assignee of C. Bobbins
i'Aiito, June 2, 170.
.Sixtcrntli annivprsary iiromiHori to Ih a
Urand llaiikriipt Male of Hooka aud
I will tonlay, Suturday Juno 3d, lsTfi
at tliu old stand of W. It. Hot-kwill X Co,
(I'ubblus iuuicul b:iar), oiler at privut
pkIo, ut t-ost lor c ash, the litr'e Mock o
jfoodi belonging to tho estate V. U
Kockvvi-ll, now bankrupt. Thin ttoik
coiulsts of a large assortment ol stationery
cnoiiKli to ruply K-veral Eiuall book
stores, inlscellant-mis books by standard
authors, suhoid bookx, bililen, hyuiu
books, liookn of coiuiiioii prayer, pho
tographic albums, diaries, wallets, pix-kef
knives, braekets, writln; ilesks, work
boxes, tlove boxes, dressing t-a's, card
casi-s, hroinos, sttx-l enravins, plcl tires
in water colors, pieturo mats, stcro
coea and iderescopii views, artists ina
Icrlals, t-tc, 1 will make It an objec t for
dealers to buy iu iobhlnir lots. 1 will lor
a few days receive bids lor the entire
stock In bulk. Now is I ho time to buy.
Come buy books and ttaliouci y w ithout
much money and without large price.
No good delivered until paid for.
i'rov lslouul assignee of V. B. Itoi kwi-U,
, C'aiHO, June '2, lt7C.
The Centennial Carnival !
Cairo, Saturday, June 3d, 1870. 1
THE SATURNALIA OF PAGAN ROME!
THE SPIRIT OF
Booming of Cannon-Fire Works! Every Day a
Largest Show Upon Earth Hippodrome, Menagerlo, Circus, Mardl Grat, tc.
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SANGER'S ENCLISH MHHACER1H I
Has mado a upei-iulty of Training Wild Ht-asta, soinc of whl h bave beretofore been tupohed to be untamable.
Thirty Cages, Dens and Corrals of Wild Animals,
And in not only the largest, the most novel, gorgeously appointed, and perfectly original in deek'ii, evi-r presented in one aggregation
ot iiiuu-eoitut, but rnutaius the uiost piili tly traim-d uniumls, live peiioriuim; Klfpinintii, live purlormiiig Koyal Uegal Tlgars, aud
All in the l in-iiM Kini; nt tbe Name time
Our Arenic Stars
Champion Female Ihireliack Kider.
The Australian llor einiiii.
The Iteautit'ul litoude (iymnasl.
Wm. II. Bntcliolor,
The Champion l.enM-r
THE GRAND MARDI-GRAS CARWIVAL
A Scene of Beauty, New, Novel and Interesting, Representing
The il'liit of '7i, Ibe Coutlnmil il Patriots, etc
ii.-rn. ills satiiuiu M netlv.
VI7o Oliallonso tlio "Woxl
AJDMISSIOIT-Uaual Prico. 1200 Opora
Doora Oioit At 1 and 7 O'OlooU
For full particulars see ricloriuU, Programmes, and our Illustrated I'ieloilal, the
For Sale at the Jewelry Store of . Sc W. Dnder, Corner of Clchth Ct. and V7cj
On the Dav of KxLlbitlou. at o'clock iu the morning, at a Ilirlit advanc to cover eowmlaaloBf,
76 CENTENNIAT PATRIOTS!
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MARDIGRAS CARNIVAL COMBINATION 1
T y oaei
mmssmmsJ fill g
by Railroad Exclusively
ruum i-i wu ur uun uwn uak-do
UuJt, flatrorm, i UiiVKatr, IU fulace
locoiuotivea to transport tula Laviathau
amm. xm.m.0 Xlaioavt Ooudition.
bh are always fouml In Companies traveling by LanJ and Wagon Buown.
rn,t more money aul niako a grander UixpUv while in tbe puhlio proertxlon than all tbe pre
tention "rtv-liy-ulhtsi" iu the country put together.
The liirdiOl tue air. the watch of Knder.
uud iboiiHUiids ol tfroleoiie, Hutorie and
t'ai ieulure lit Carnival Uaiety aud Spleudor,
Meats, ami also Tlckcis tor t.rucrai auumssioii, .. x .
Grand Fourth of Julv
Inoludinff 8 Wuntr'i IImmm.
Horn Uun, and 2 Palao
xhibltiou (nuiUwta ulaoa.
The Magnificent Wardrobe
Maiuilaetiired by Dl.ney Hrotber A Carnton ol
1 uuiluu, rert-entlnif the reln ot tba Uaurya
il Ruiiland, KiltU uud Klbth. DazzllDir and
t.rwil.Wriii. Herald, Kings, Knlghtx, liody
Ouard. LudittMol tin) l!uurl, Waiting Malda,
Soldier 4, IJiUlo Men, r U'., clad in solid armor oi
ailvi-r, su-i and Kold, with riib silk, tatiu and
e.vi-t iln-Kim, studded witb Kiuerald'. Bill
liuiit anil Maibire, and sboweii-d Wilb goll
aud nilvvr Hiiiiiileo, i-uuvex and cmu-y, lb
roalH ot arm or KngUii.l, with blt-ldt, Huoqom
t'ssqiu-H and battlr-acrs ol tboss aiuli-ut Ktus,
tutiuinir one ut tlio i,'rauiet and most HiatCuTu
ceul Mii;lil cvt-r l.c bvlil, tn lOUUScttOM MUbtUo
(JiMud Uiiipodroiiiiitio (-nut tula on tne Dublin
Mr hh, a uio during I lie grand qu-.oolo-ilippodriuatii-iueitat
leinlde tba l irtjue-Ulp'
jiodrouiullc audturiuui, capable of
SEATING 10,000 PERSONS!
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