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K. E. SLLKLK CO.. rop r. l'ltt1mru!i. Pa.
J II. BRYANT, M. D.
OFFICE: Eighth and Washington Avenue
RESIDENCE: Corner Nineteenth and Wash
yy II. MAREAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic I'liysician ami Surgeon.
O.tlee 13i Commi'rcla! inane. Kefldonce corner
Fonrtit-ulh t. ami Watuston aveuuf. Cairo.
B. SMITH, M. D.
OiHi-p and Ri sidonce :
NO. i THIRTEENTH STREET, CAIRO. ILL.
11. E. Xi. WIIITLOCK,
Ojtkk-No. VW ComniMcial Avouue, between
E'.uhiii uuil NiinU Struou.
11. W. C. .IOCELYN,
OFFICE Eighth Street, nar Comuaercial Avenue
JINEGAlt & LANSDEX,
OFFICE No. 113 Commercial Avenue.
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
'IDOWS' AND ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society.
Corner of Seventh st. and Comn.erclal Areuuc,
OFFICE HOCKS :-8 to IS o'clock a.m., 1 to 0 and
7 to 8 p.m.
THOMAS LEWIS. Secre.ary.
11. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R.E.
TKA1NS ARIUVX. TUAINS DKPAHT
Mail 4:05 a.m. I Mali b:Hla.m.
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Mail 10:00 p.m. Mail 4:4j a.m.
CAIRO 4 ST. LOUIS R. It.
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Acconrdiitlou.l'J:.V p.m. Accom'dntiun. i:Jjp.ui.
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Mail lO.'Wp.m. Mail Da'Ja.m.
Texa i'xprns. a.m. ! Texas express. . 2:15p.m.
THE 51 AILS.
(" ENERAL DELIVER open .M a.m.; c'.oks
VT ti::ni p.m.; Sunday: s to y a. m.
Money Order Ujpartmcut opvu at 3 a. m.j closvs
at 5 p. m.
ThrmiL'h E.vvre" Mails via IUinoi- fenlra! and
JlifWippl t'witral 1 :-iirc,;nl- elose at l','::i p. nt.
'a!ro and Poplar iiI:i;V Throitli and Way Mail
close at !'.':: li. in.
Way Mail via Illinois Central, Cairo and Yin
cemie.s and .Miss.si.ippi Central Railroads close at
9:45 p. M.
Way Mall for Narrow Oatv.-e Railroad c'.O'es at S
Cairo and Evaiiville Rlvor Pente elites at 0: J1
ti. m. d.'iiiv H'tfypt 1'riiiiiy).
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFi'ICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Only Morninsr Daily iu Sdiithevu Illinois.
pun ALDERMAN FOURTH WARD.
We are authorized to auuonnce L. S. Maiiiiam.
a a candidate for Alderman iu the Fourth ward to
till the vacancy occasioned by th" resignation of
Alderman Foley. Election to he held Dili of Mar.
DEMOCRATIC MASS CONVENTION.
Tho Democratic voters of AleyjunlrT
County, are requested to meet at the Court
House, ia C;uro, Sutunhy, May 81, 1S79, at
two o'cliK'k P. M., to select delegates to the
Democratic Convention, to be held at Cairo
3Iay Ctli, to nominate candidates for Cir
cuit Judij'e. Ix't tliere lc n full attendance
from all purts of t!ie county.
13. F. Hl.AKE,
Secretaiy Alexati'ler County Democnitic
fiuiKAi. Orrra. i
Cairo, III., April ,
Timj. Itar. Ther. Hum Wind. Vel. Weather.
Xaxlmuni Teiuperatnru. ; Miiilmuiii Teiu
tseratnre, 51; Uuiufall, 0.01 inch.
W. II. RAY.
Sera't S!;niil Cort, U. S. A.
IIou.T. W. ILilliday Hpent Sunday
with his family.
Mm. Linliall, snter of Mr. J. (J. Lynch
is in the city visiting her brother.
Mr. II. A. Fisher, of Gr'mncll,
Iowa, is iu the city, visiting his brother,
George Fisher, Edq., surveyor of customs.
Mrs. Henry Wells mil Miss Hattiu
Morse returned to the city, Sunday, from a
protracted visit to lriends in Mason, Illi
nois. Fred Tcichiiian w fitting up the room
Sn "Wiatcr'i block recently vacated by Par
ker, and will rdaco therein liW !ck of
M 6! N. 8 Clear
nj i N. '. Clear
iiT .VI N. T dear
St N. ! Clear
cigars and tobacco. We hear it stated that
the building he vacates will bo torn down,
to give place to a substantial brick struc
ture. Ilai'tmaii will soon be re-installed in
his corner store. The building lias been
very thoroughly overhauled, and is a first
rate substite for a new house.
Preparations on foot indicate that our
temperance folks will have a grand tune
of it Friday evening next. We shall speak
more in detail, when furnished with the
Judge Raker left by tho C. & V. road
yesterday, to mingle awhile among the
sovereigns of Saline and Johnson counties,
which is a very proper tiling for Judge
Raker to do.
Wc hear it stated that Mr. J. J.Stelzer
will establish himself in business in the
rooms lately vacatea iy jir. Harrison
Houpt Mr. II., as is known, having loca
Dan Fitzgerald who has a "big broth
er" in the person of "Pat," contemplates the
early trcctiou of a brick building on the
Ohio Levee. It will be built a few doors
above his present place of business, and
will be occupied, iu part, for saloon pur
poses. We have a toy baloon manufacturer in
the city, who will remain here until lie
supplies the market, and will then depart
for more profitable fields of operation. He
pays no license, because lie inflates his bal
loons in the city. The balloons being of
rubber, are, of course, manufactured else
John Cella, who owns and for several
years has occupied the property on the upper
corner of Commercial avenue and Twen
tieth street, will leave, in a few days tor
the land of his birth, the sunny land ot
'Italy, and will be absent five years. He
will leave his business here in charge of
James Duffey, the duffer who vis
pulled, in this city, several weeks ago, as a
vagrant, turns up in Paducah in the role of
a thief. On Saturday last he was commit
ted to the Paducah jail iu default of filling
a $000 bond, to appear hui.1 answer for steal
ing a satchel containing articles worth
:J0 or $40.
Alex. Frothingham Sc Co., have been
for many years stock brokers and bankers
in New York, at 12 AVall Street. They
have the reputation of gaining for their
customers large returns from investments
ranging fron f 50 to $200. and have the en
viable reputation of always making quick
returns. Send for their Financial Report
In conformity with a custom that has
obtained here, the High School will hold
only a single session daily from this morn
ing forth until the end of the scholastic
year. School will be called at half past 7
in me morning, aiki uismisseu at l p. m
making a continuous session of four and a
The editor is stiil on tJie sick list, and
writes purely from the force of habit. How
long this "force" will maintain the mastery
over the aches that run riot throii''h his
head and body he is not able to determine.
If it surrenders at all, it will be so because
the aches have been re-inforced by great
ympat hy for his readers.
The excursion on the Ste. (ienevievc,
to-night will call out a large number ot
young people, and a respectable showing of
those who, despite their years, retain festive
inclinations. Men who have shaved otl
their whiskers because many years have
frosted them, will lie there; and altogether
it will be an occasion long to be remem
bered. The temperence reform people are pre
paring for their reunion and social dance,
in a manner that carries u conviction that
it will be the best one of all. The com
mittees are all nt work, and Capt. Wil
liams, who is a host in himself, is oversee
ing, directing and managini;, and promis
ing that this shall eclipse everything in the
past. See advertisement.
Gen. Loguti having published Repre
sentative Lowe, of Alabama, as an infamous
liar, was asked, by that gentleman to re
tract or fiyjit. Lojfim refused to receive
the challenge although sent to him three
times. The last note written by Lowe was
published, with comments in the Washing
ton papers, and is reproduced in Tun
Bulletin this mornim;.
How happens it that our saloon keep
er let the first of May steal so closely upon
them without Mirring; them to the umtal
hurrah about "buck beer?" Ordinarily,
about this time of year at least three or
four of them are in print, each claiming
for himself the possession of the best
"bock beer" ever brewed in America -and
each in his turn usually commands edito
Two colored boys boot blacks by oc
cupation, engaged in a terrific, bout at flsti
ieull'son the levee, yesterday; and both of
them being old enough to know better,
were taken before Squire Robinson. One
of them, Grinnelle, became decidedly re
morseful, promised never to do so any more,
indulged in a copious shower of teurn, and
was lectured upon the cnurmity of street
fighting and sent adrift. The other party,
who gave the nnmo of Monroe, was impu
dent even to bra.enness, would make no
promises; but would "chug" any 1 my that
didn't tote fuir with him. Ilein-r told that
he would be Imprisoned unless he promised
better behavior, lie became quite defiant
said "there was us much money In the cal
DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
aboose with two square metis a day as
there was in boot-blacking," and ho didn't
know but what he'd as soon hoard tliere
uwhile as to be thrown again on his own
resources. A mittimus was made out, and
the saucy youngster started fir the cala
boose. Whether ho relented or not at
sight of the prison door, we didst learn,
The Rough and Ready, Delta City and
Arab fire companies will join ia a water
throwing contest, tilt or joust, on the 13th
ot May, proximo. 'The water vill be
furnished by the tank of the Uliaiis Cen
tral railroad. It is the arrungeiient, we
believe, that the Rough's large engne shall
throw against the Delta's engine, md that
the little Rough shall thorw against the
little Aral). The contest will exetc con
siderable interest, and, should tho veather
be propititious, the crowd of looiers-on
will lie an immense one.
It begins to look as if Mr. Marshtll is to
have "a walk-over"' atthespecial election i:i
the Fourth ward, on the 6th instant. A
half-dozen candidates were named; kit oit
ot the whole number only one has declared
himself. The Bulletin" going into nltii'M
every business house and family in tie
Fourth ward, the candidate who uegleits
or refuses to announce, will by that vy
act, render success very difficult of ncciai
plishment, if not impossible. No nmi is
so strong that ho can afford to throw avny
the votes an announcement in The Bulle
There is a camp of gypsies iu the up
per limits ot the city, who are all of the
usual stamp, except a girl who is cviibntly
about seventeen years of age. Partiej who
have seen this girl pronounce her winder
fully handsome, faultless in shap; and
most refined iu manners. She keeps close
within the tent, and is manifestly spcrior
in every respect to the people with whom
she associates. Our informant is srongly
impressed with thtf notion that the grl has
'blue blood" in her veins, and that hvesti
gation into her history would deviop a
The present owner of the race; Har
lem, is of the opinion that there is much
better speed in the animal than his ever
been brought out of him. lie has beaten
everything that has been brought against
him; but has never, so tar as we kiww, run
against time. To determine, tlerefore,
what Harlem cau do in that way, le will
be sent to St. Louis, in a tew days, md go
in training for a mile and a half i''t'h tliere
on the 15th of May. A very lively per
formance is anticipated, and wc ar? much
inclined to the belief that the animal will
make a "splendid record."
--About 10 o'clock Sunday night a Ger
man inmate of St. Mary's infirmary took
the quilt off his bed and procuring a candle
and a pitcher of water stole out of the
building. Where he wandered during the
night no one knows, but next morning be
was found wrapped in his quilt lying by
the street side on Tenth street. When
awakened lie was suffering from a very
high fever. He had no recollection of the
previous night's proceedings, ami was much
comforted by the assurance that he had not
been placed then; by the manag -rs of the
hospital. He was returned to his ward, of
course, and properly cared for.
Pat Carroll died of pneumonia, in the
Mockler house, in this city, about 1 ) o'clock,
a. in., Sunday. U had served the gas com
pany long and faithfully in the opacity of
joint maker, and being almost constantly
on our streets in the line of lib duty, he
became known "by sight" to neirly every
body iu Cairo, lie was an tipwrijbt, hard
working, straightforward man, aid it will
be with some difficulty, we predier, that the
gas company tills his place. Tie funeral
ceremonies took place yesterday ifternoon,
after which the remains were coivcyed by
special train to Villa Ridge, vhere they
were interred in Calvary cemetery
When the means an' questioiable we
must, before condemning them, hint for a
justification in the end to be uttitned. In
the Relorin club reading room nuy be seen
nn old, but elegant family Bible, Mid lying
beside it is a sheet of paper that tells, in
strange words a story of pressing vant. It
runs thus: "This Bible is the p'operty.of
a very worthy lady, u citizen of Ciiro, and
is now offered at the very low prite of $13.
It originally cost $110. Take a chance."
When the chances, which are 50 cents
each, are all taken, the book will be dis
posed ol by rallle. It has been a most
pressing want indeed that hits dnvvn the
"worthy lady" to this extremity to sacri
fice her family Bible for one-fifth its cost.
The council meeting to-night, 'hi dos-ing-up
of four year's of Winter, wil be apt
to call out quite a crowd of Inoken oii. We
suppose the Mayor will take oeasion to
read from inauuseiipt a few "inpromptu"
remarks, recounting the hardship am) tri
umphs ol Ins stewardship; am that the
out-going councilinen will havi sometin"
to say. The council will of imus,,( uft,.r
its four years of "jowering" sik ju corn.
plinicntary terms of the mamer jn winch
the Mayor has presided, and l(j a iimumoU8
vote put it on record that PIUlis ,Ur.
ing his whole term of servieo, shown him
self a faithful and cupujle dork an
avowal which tho penile of cuir,
who know anything about lie nutter will
heartily endorse, for it is a fact that tho
city of Cairo was never latter served n itu
clerk's ofllce than during. he tern, ,,f John
B. I'hlllk Of course tin tispiralls ,,.,,.
fcitions under the incoiuug iidniiiiistrtim
will be in full force; am' if thy ,K.VV M,,yor
ami Council udge wirfly of ti '.'..,n.
cants they will hold their fitness for the po
sitions to which they aspire in inverse pro
portion to their eagerness to obtain the po
sitions. There is much in the adago that
'the ofllce should seek the man," and the
new administration will not go far wrong
if it givo tho adage heed.
Of course the Sabbath day could not
pass without the regular matinee on Pop
lar street. Except Fourth street, and no
where else in the city are thero such dis
reputable carryings on as disgrace Poplar
street, from Seventeenth to Twelfth streets.
About ten o'clock our reporter happened
to be passing up the strcet.Jand met a lie
negro coming down from Seventeenth, full
speed, with a red-turbauned negro woman,
with an arsenal of stove-wood, in his wake,
making the whole neighborhood vocal
with her oaths and vulgarisms. From
what could be gathered from the infuria
ted woman's ravings it was inferred that
the man had not payed certain money lie
had agreed to pay, and the woman had con
cluded to receipt the bill with stove-wood.
To the women and children that thronged
Washington avenue the foul language was
most outrageous. If these oft-recurring
orgies, in that locality, cannot be prevent
ed otherwise, tho hovels that house the
actors thereiu should be razed to the
The Presbyterian church, on Sunday,
was literally crammed. Every seat was
filled and many persons turned away from
the door because tliere was no standing
room. The occasion, as we annouced Sat
urday morning, was the installation of Rev,
B. Y. George as the church's pastor. It
was iu the nature of a latification of a con
tract that the Reverend gentleman should
permanently serve the Presbyterian congre
grtion, or until relieved from that service
by the Presbytery. It may justly be con
strued as a high compliment to Mr. George
and as indicative of most pleasant and fra
ternal relations between him and his peo
ple, The sermon, or oration of the occas
ion, was delivered by the Rev. Mr. Wilson,
of Mt. Carmel, and it is spoken of a3 a vety
able and highly entertaining effort. Mr.
Green of Centrilia, who was to have deliv
ered the charge to the congregation, tailed
to arrive, and that dutyjuvas well perform
ed by Rev. Mr. Swan, who also delivered
the charge to the pastor. The occasion
throughout was highly interesting and the
turnout probably the larges that ever gath
iu a church building in Cairo.
The present Republican General As
sembly will go down to generations yet un
born as "the grand aggregation of human
sloths." No Legislative body ever moved
so slowly; and had the majority of the
members taken an oath, before entering
upon a discharge of duty, that the progress
of every measure introduced should be im
peded by all the tactics known to the most
skilled parliamentarian that nothing
should be disposed of that admitted of
further postponement had motives of this
character governed, from the start, mutters
could not have moved more sluggishly
than they have moved. If the majority
bad worked as hard to forward business is
it has to "kill time," its record would be
infinitely more creditable than it now is.
Wearied from non-action during the week,
the majority go home on Saturday, and re
turning m Monday, too late in the day to
convene for business, it is Tuesday morning
before a quorum is secured. Thus it occurs
that during three days out of the seven
there is no pretense of business. Of course
the responsibility for this state of affairs
rests upon the shoulders of tho Republican
majority. Ther..' are Bemocratswhwillingly
avail themselves of the luxurious idleness
consequent upon these adjournments: but
Democrats are utterly powerless to prevent
un adjournment or to effect one. They
can neither hasten busin-ss r.or delay it.
The Republicans have complete aud un
deniable control in both branches find in
all the committees of both branches, and
can do precisely a they please. It pleases
them to do nothing to idle away their
time, and make the people pay them $3
per day while they are doing it and now
it remains to be seen what the people are
"going to do about it." If they tamely
submit if they fail to rebuke the guilty
parties, they will thereby show themselves
undeserving ot better public service. They
will show that the laziest convocation of
law-makers that can be got together, is as
good as they deserve.
' Adirondack, an entirely new play to
the patrons of the drama of this city, was
presented at the St. Charles last evening.
Perhaps it is not too much too say that the
majority ot those present were disappointed,
not that the play did not meet their expec
tations, but that it more than met them.
The average society play lias little in it, mid
it is very seldom that one of them over at
tains any popularity or is heard of uftcr a
few representations. Adirondack is not a
remarkable play by any means, and yet,
while it is faulty, and in many respects
weak, nevertheless it has compensating
strong points. The materials out of which
it is framed are old but they have been
very cleverly worked over. The substance
of it is that a warm-hearted and hot-blooded
young fellow falls in love with a heartless
and beautiful young widow. She does not
believe nltogcthcMn his protestations of
love, nnd' not heing at all smit
ten with him, refuses to receive him as a
lover. In his disappointment he takes his
life. Hh brother, who is present in dis
guise, witnesses the tragedy and swears to
be revenged. He determines to win the
love of the widow nnd then discard her,
APRIL 2fl. 1870.
NEW ADVERTISES! EXT.
Is not the power employed which attracts the man of
taste aud judgment, hut the .superior makes, excellent taste
of selection, mapiiticent cut and lit, and the remarkably low
prices offered by
Immense Clothing House !
H irU Prices Repudiated!
From 7Tj cts. to 81.50 saved on every vest. My new
prices hailed with trreat satisfaction.
Men's White MarseiU Vest $ .I'D
Duck " 1.00
Mai'stili '" 1.50
Fancy Liuin " 1.7."
A.MAIX, Gl Ohio .Levee.
He succeeds admirably in his plan. . When
be is sure that her heart is his. he takes oc
casion to compel her to publicly acknowl
edge her love and then reveals himself as
brother of the youth who threw his life
awav fir the beautiful widow. This closes
the second act and is by all odd the
strongest scene iu the play. In fict, all
tha precedes and all that follows is quite
tame compared to this closing scene of the
second act. The beautiful widow goes
crazy and the revenged brother goes travel
ing. However, as most drai ias of this
character have a happy ending so has this
one. The brother returns, and by a
successful experiment the widow's rea
son is restored. All is forgiven aud every
body is happy. The first act is laid in the Adi
rondaeks, the other two inXew Yo;k city.
As Edith Royston, the charming widow.
Miss Louise lVneroy shows a degree of
dramatic talent fr which her admirers in
this city have not heretofore given hercred
"it. She is easy and graceful iu her man
ner, and displays taste and skill in the var
ious, and sometimes difficult situations i
which the play present. Neither does she
lack dramatic power. Her acting in the
scene where she discovers the object for
which Ralph Challiss, w ho seeks to be re
venged for the death ot his brother, bus
sought and won her love, is really very tine,
and last night excited merited ami hearty
applause. Mr. W. II. Leake is an actor one
sees and hears with pleasure His Ralph
Chal'.iss is a creditable performance. It is
not flashy and loud, but strong and clearly
defined. He impresses one as being in
earnest. Mrs. Jenkins of Mis. Lizzie H.ir
el is fine and worthy of ni"ntion. Indeed
the support is very good, and the perform
ance off-rs exceptionally goi 1 evening's
entertain!. r n. New Orleans Times.
Experience has proven that the best
remedy for colic, dhrro'.-i, teething and
other tp-ubles of infancy is Dr. Bui's
Baby Syrup. Price 35 cents.
N ew York Stuue 1 5 1 .:
leans sugar for -!O0, at
lbs of New ( r -the
For. First Class day board for $!,00
per month, go to the Planters House.
I.o!i;i,:,akd's Tin Tag smoking tobacco
in eighth, fi urtli. half and pound packages.
Also Lorilhird's N'ckto Nuggets and Dime
Nuggfts. for sale at F. K.irsmever's at f'ac-
i ton- prices
Hams, Hams. Best hams in the city.
Warranted at J and 9 V. at New York
Ten Cents Worth. If you want a near
smooth shave for ten cents, or a fashionable
hair cut for 35 cents, or anything else in
the tonsorial line, remember the place to
go to is Henry Schick's, No. 143 Commer
Rusto.n Bctter. We now offer this cele
brated, choice butter to families, by the
tub at cts. Guaranteed best in the
market, nt New York' Store.
A. Halley, tin? Commercial avenue Hard
ware merchant, invites attention to his
large and varied stock of tinware, stoves,
cutlery and fancy goods. His cook stoves
arc among the latest and best patterns and
are not excelled as bakers by anything in
the market; they tire of the heaviest make
and will last longer and use less fuel than
any other. Sold so close us to make it an
object to call and cxunine. Breech load
ing Shot-guns, Fishing Tackle etc., and
everything else low to suit the times.
11 pound Old Barry Letter Heads.
5!a " " " Note Heads.
5 " Linen Letter Heads.
2,'a " Linen Note Heads.
The iikst quality of paper at prices of
the cheapest grade.
!-i pound .statements all colors.
10 pound Bills Lading.
11 and 10 pound Bill Heads-all sizes.
Extra super white Envelopes t St. Louis
wholesale prices. Printing $1,00 extra.
Ruling and Binding, all kin'' nt Tub
V M I? 1) T Ct M
Xo Compromise! I Come to
Ke - ue!
Yoc Must Cure that Cough. --With
Shiloh's Consumption Cure you can cure
yourself. It lias established the tact that
Consumption can be cured, while for Coughs
Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Asthma, and
all diseases of Throat and Lungs, it is abso-
! lately without an equal, Two does will re
lieve your child of Croup, it is pleasant to
take and perfectly harmless to theyounge.;
child, and no mother can eflbrd to Ik.- with
out it. You can use two thirds of a bottle
and if what we say is not true we w ill re
fund the price paid. Price 10 cts. 30 cts.
and $1,00 per bottle. If your Lungs me
sore or chest or buck lame use Shiloh's IV
ous Plaster. Sold bv Barclay Brothers.
Have you Dyspepsia, are you Coustipa
t"i. have you a Yellow skin. Loss of Appe
tite, Ilea 1 Ache, if so don't fail to uc Siii
ioii's System Vitalizer. It guaranteed tj
relieve you. and will you continue to suffer
w hen you cau be. cured ou such terms m
these. Price 10 cents, and 73 cents. Sold by
Well's Persian Perfume "Hackmetack"
is rich aud fragrant try it. Sold by BarcJav
Fihst cLA-s cut cards at the Bulletin
office at St. Louis wholesale prices. Print
ing $1.00 to 1..V) per thou-and.
Temperance 1 la 11
Friday Eve.. May 2. 1!5T!.
I'.. ;.. '..'::eS; of the
Tickets at .'. :. IV:
I'Ciitleiucii. Si. - - I.adio. Fn e
e-:iiU' lit 7 ::io-..
ir.r if the Cl ili tbc s".
1 Xiirlits and .Saturday Mat
Assisted hy the F.avorite Tragedian
"Vm. II. I .cake
and her New York Company of Shakes-'
Wednesdy. April :0,
The latest great s;icces,
Thursday, May 1st,
Shakespeare's Exquisite Comedy,
AS" YOU LIKHIT."
Fridav, Mav 'Jd.
The Great Emotional Play,
EAST L VINX ft.
Sat urday, May 3d.
Saturday Matinee, future aiiiiiuiiice
incut. AiiiIhmIou GO timl 75 C'tw.
No extra eliave fur reserved seats, at Hun
Horses boiided by tho week nt mason nllu rate.
GOOD HOUSES AND BIGGIES
At prices tu milt the tltnci, CUve mo a cull