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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; TUESDAY MOKMKtf.- JUNE 24, 1879.
J II. BRYANT, M, D.
OFFICE: Blebth and Wwblnston Avenue.
KKS1DKNCB: Corner Nineteenth and Vb-
yy H. SIAREAN, M. D.,
HomtKipatlilc Physician and Surgeon.
OfTica 1 Commercial avenue. Iteildunce corner
Fourteenth bi. and WaUlnlon avenue, Cairo.
yy It. SMITH, M. D.
Office and Residence :
NO. 21 THIRTEENTH STREET. CAIRO. ILL.
It. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
Ornrt-No. l:if. Commercial Avenue, between
Elifhth and Ninth Street
. YV. C. JOCELYN,
OFFK E-EiKhta Street, near Commercial Avenue.
Notary I'uMic ami Conveyancer.
OFFICE: -With the Widow' and Oorphana' Mu
tual Aid Society
JINEUAK & LANSDEN,
OFFICE No. 11S Commercial Avenue.
ENERAL DELIVERY open i:30 a. ta. clofea
VJ 6:80 p.m.; Suuday:8to9 a. m
p.m.: Sunday : 8 ton a.m.
Money Order Department open at 8 a. m.; ctoeei
Throucli Eipresa Malla -via Illinois Central and
JllmlKMppi Central Railroad clone at 12:30 p. m.
Cairo and Foplur Bluff Through and Way Mall
clet at 12:30 p.m. , , . .
Way Mall via Illinois Central, Cairo and ln
eeunua and MlotUKeippI Central Railroads close at
i(4? p. in.
Way Xall for Harrow Gail go Railroad clofca at 8
Cairo and Evanevlllo River Route clones at 6:30
p. m. dally (except Friday).
R. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R.R.
TOAlNa ABIUVB. ttUIN DKrAHT
Mail 4:( a.m. I Mall 8:10a.m.
Expreaa Si:U0 p.m. Expreim (i:U0 p.m.
' CAIRO &VINCENNE8 R.R.
Mail 10:00 p.m. Mail 4:45 a.m
CAIRO & 8T. LOCIS R. R.
Bxuruf ..'.. ... 5:10 D.m. I Exoren 8:45 a. m
Accom'dtfllon. 10:45 p.m. Accotn'dation.l2:25p. m
CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS AND NEW ORLE AN S R.R
Mail 5:30o.m. I Mall 5-OOa.ra
C. A. T. RAILROAD'
Texaa expnta. . .8:40 a.m. I Texas express .2 :15p.m
Accommodat a. .S:w a.m. I
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY
Only Jlornhiff Dally in Southern Illinois.
Siunai Omen, I
Caiiio, 111., June 21, 1871). I
Time. Ear. Thtr. Hum. Wlud. Vil Weuthej.
fl:4Aa ro HOMS
11:00 " Hfi.13
8:00 p.m 30.11
:):tti " :t0O7
Maximum Temperature. 75 0 Minimum Tem
perature, Kalufall.O.ll inch.
v W. II. KAY,
Serc't Signal Corns, U. h. A.
New Tf.a at Lowest prices and u nict;
present with fitch yound, nt
Pettis & Biniw.
THE VERY LATEST.
Persons desirous of supplying them
selves with the latest novelty in the wny of
decorating the person, have now the op
portunity of procuring the genuine
WHITBY JET NECKLACES
the latest and "nobbiest" ornament out.
To be procured of Tuber Brothers only.
128 Commercial avenue.
It'ii, Ice Wholesale and Retail in
large or small quantities. Wagons will
run daily to all parts of the city, delivering
pure Lake Ice in Bih'h quautiticH as cus
tomers may desire. Leave orders at my
residence on Seventeenth near Commercial;
at Hargcants, on Eighth street, or address
me through the post-office.
4 F. M. Waiid.
Thf. Nicest Stock of fancy groceries in
the city. Pettis ii Bird.
Ten Cents Worth. If you want a neat
flmooth shave for ten cents, or a fashionnblu
linir cut for 25 cents, or anything else in
the tonaorial line, remember the place to
go to is Henry Schick's, No. 143 Commer
Fishing tackle, Rous, bait, etc., wire
cfotli for screens, ice cream freezers, etc.,
nt bottom prices; also Stoves, Tinware, nnd
Hardwire of all descriptions. Dog collars,
Refrigerators, Revolvers, Razors, Pocket
Knives, silver pUted knives, forks and
spoons, lamptt and lar.ip tlxtiin a and a
thousand of other articles at C. W, Hen
xlurson's, Commcreial avenue, corner
We hem. (StiocEitiKN cheaper than the
cheapest. Pettis ii Bum.
IUkidkki-k Foil Sale. At the hour of it
o'clock p. m. on the 2(lth instant, IJwill sell
at public miction, on the premises, lot iM
and south half of 21), block 811, corner of
Poplar and Thirty-fourth strrets,and all im
proveuiontH thereon. The building is a
' ijooH two story frame in comiletc order, with
" cistern, outhouses, etc.. Terms nunle known
on day of sale. Bulo positive and without
reaorve. Edmcno Huannessv.
Tiios. Winter, auctioneer.
ENVELOIH printed nt tho Bulletin office,
$1.00 perM. Envelops furnished at St.
Loiiia wholesale List prices for tho next 1)0
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
The HiberriotH have concluded, wo
bear, to abandon the idea of engineering a
celebration of tho Fourth.
Engines numbered 14 and 87 were sent
from this city to Chicago, yesterday, to un
dergo a general ovcluuiling.
Jno. P. Holmes, is at work in Denver,
Col., much improved in health. Mrs.
Holmes left Cf'ro Inst Saturday to join him.
Mr. M. S. Eusniingcr, who was pros-u-ated
by heat, last Monday, was able to be
at his otfice, attending to business, yester
day. John II. Beecher has domed tho white
apron, ns assistant to Joe Ronckcr, nnd
nsks his friends, whose name is legion, to
corao and see him.
While o:i its rounds,yestcr morning.
Spront's ice wa-roii took a grand tumble, in
consequence of thn giving wny of the star
board front wheel.
Timber from fie lino of the Missis
sippi Central nnd cattle from Tcxr.s, foim a
considerable item of the north bound
f'reidit over the Iil'-iois Ccniral.
Mr. Barnes, for n long time numbered
!u Cpu-o's frrco of coopers, sold out Ins per
sonal cQccls at auction, yesterday, Willi a
view to on immediate removal to Chi
cago. A good many people liavo taken tho
Mayficld water elerator, sold by Lancaster
& Rice, on fetal and not one has beeti re
turned. They never fail to give satisfac
tion. A few more of thoso cedar chests
left, and a tew families in the city ore not
yet provided with one. The opportunity
should not be neglected. Go to Lancrster
The gloomy, unpromising weather
yesterday evening, coupled with the 'ndi
cations, caused tho Lincoln lodge of col
ored Masons, of this ciiy, to postpone their
contemplated excursion to Mc-opolis, ritil
some future time.
George nnd Will Hendricks occupy
an office in Bross' block, jointly. The up
per poi.'.on of the block is given up to the
occupancy of those who live by the law, al
together. 1 no :mc never has been when
it was not "infestod" by lawyer.
An indii idual named Charles Totten was
hauled intQ Judge Bird's court, yesterday,
to answer for having gestured too violently
wiih his "bunch ot fives." He was fined
$r nnd costs, and in default of payment,
calaboosed for a term of eight days.
It is nnt cipated that a large crowd
will Hccompeny f'to Mesor'c fraternity to
Cape Girardeau to-day. If the weather h
pleasant the i -ip will prove quite an en
joyable one; and tho Cape people are noted
for their hospitable treatment of Cairo peo
William McGjc was brought before
Judge Bird, to explain why ho
lived without rny money or the
use moneys suoslitut?, laoor or
personal credit. Hav'ng no satisfactory
explanation to offer, he wps subjr .-t.'d (o
tho usual fine, end given six hours wherein
to leave the cii.
We esk al.entioii to the adven'se-
ment of the C? h) Jockoy c'ub.
The promises are that club's eflbils
to provide cnteii;"'.nent end amuse
ment for e;trz!s lf.vo h t'tc e:.ty, w '1 bo
crowned with undoubted su'-riss. -1 no
programme is ceitaiuly an al -ne: vo one,
and will be ce'iied out t-) the letter.
In these times there is no surer or
quicker method of making money than to
invest a few hundred dollars in stock specu
lation. Alex. Frothingham & Co., brokers,
13 Wall Street, New York, tire reliable and
experienced brokers, nnd have been the
means of realizing large amounts for many
ot their customers. Their Weekly Financial
Report is sent iVee.
Tom Poison the colored man who
never filled to stock the reporter with a
sensational it im, i'l wli'e'i he manage-; to
fix himself us the lioro him left Cairo, and
gone to New Orlei's. lb; di.chi-od that if,
within the next two yenih, the people failed
to elect h'tii Stat? flupeil'itendent of Public
Education, he would rcu'-n to Caro nnd
run a hand cm t.
For two weeks past the weather has
been of a most remarkable tempt rature,
but rarely exceeding a maximum of 80,
mid nverag'ng way down in the 70's. As
it is not out of harmony with the predic
tions Homo Iown fellow has grounded on
alleged planetary disturbances, his believ
ers will bo apt to put their houses in order
for the dire calamities predicted.
The Champion innkes nn excursion to
Capo (iiruvdeau to-day. Detai's cm lit
leai ned by referring to her adveil' n-ment
in another column. The boa! U admirably
arranged for the aeeomnioda 'in ot excur
sion parties, and under tho niiiiiir;- 'nieiit of
very curctul stoamboalinen end courteous
gentlemen, there is no apparent renson
why tho trip will not be n delightful one.
Marshal Li Hue has been furnished,
from tho books ol the clerk's olllee, a com
pleto list of a l persons in the city w ho
have paid their licenses, ami of all persons
who are delinquent In that respect. As the
number of the bitter Is large,
ho bus been instructed to instituti
vigorous measures to compel their
compliance with the ordinances, He
will commence npuraboiiM in that line of
duty to-day, and ns none of the delinquents
can know wheie "the lightning may
strike," it behooves all of them to "stand
from under." To render ourselves a little
more intelligible, parties who nro subject
to such tax, may save costs, by takhg out
their licenses without further delay.
' Tho Cairo Jockey Club's full sheet,
double sizo 4th of July poster, will be is
sued from The Bi'M.f.tin office to-day.
While it is a job of which any printing cs
tablishmcnt might feel proud.we call atten
tion to it merely as proof of The Bulletin's
ability to cxecuto any kind ot job work,
whether fn answer to ordinary demands or
Two or three ot our citizens turned
their horses into tho park Sunday to
graze, intciuVng, wo suppose, to keep them
in view until the enimnls n'ppcd a mess ol
cotporation gra9. Officer Dunker Imp
pen'ng along that wny, and observing the
iafrngmcnt of tho ord'nrnres, took steps
to enforce the procribed penrd.y. 1 no pr
ties were brought to i,-inl yesterday, end
Tho Ciii-o City inilU will undergo a
very general over-hau);ng. The grinding
capacity will be doubled, by tho introduc
tion of seven more runs of otones, tho pres
ent number be'ng seven. Under the mm-
agement of Mr. Galiher tho, establishment
lias alway? been a pronounced sucees3, and
certainly will prove none the lcrs so by be
ing made the largest mills, with a single
exception, south of the Ohio nnd Missisippi
Aided, somewhat,, by tho compositor
wo made quite a botch of the effort to ad
vertise Ed. Shanessy's dwelling house for
sale. The sale will take place at 3 o'clock
on the afternoon tho 26th, and. not to-mor
row afternoon, as stated ; and John Shan-
nessy is in no manner connected with the
ownership of the property. It is a comfort
able two-story residence, in thorough repair,
and will doubtless be sold at a great bar
gain. Sec the notice.
About 9 o'clock yesterday morning, a
horse attached to a spring wagon, started
from the levee, nnd dashed down Sixth
street at a lively gait, knocking Joe Pesde
monia's sign down. Joe was considerably
exasperated, of course. He didn't put up
signs to be knocked down, and for a time
became quite earnest in his search for
somebody to foot the bill of damages.
Whether he found the right man, or not,
we didn't learn.
The rhyme and harmony (but
not the sense) of the ''Lines"
by I. A. M., published Sunday,
were somewhat marred by the omission
of u line. The first quartet of the closing
stanza should have rend :
"Send forth ttio victories that you cnln,
To light the paths oitrli f,
To tirlirhtcn error's benteu track,
ToliriUKsome soul relief."
The second lino was omitted; but
whether in the transcription or the compo
sition, we are now unable to determine.
A novel fentuo of the celebration of
the coming 4th, under the auspices of the
Cairo Jockey club, will be pn Archcijr
Tournament, in which ail the clubs in the
city and neighborhood are expected to
participate. An elegantly finished bow,
with tho accompanying quivtr of arrows
wiil, we hoar, form the leading prize, to
by awarded to the gentlemm who shaH
make the best score at 30 yards, or to the
lady who shall innke the best score at 20
Tho committee of the Temperance Re
form club, lies arrangements in progress for
the celebration of the coming Fourth by
en excursion t Caledonia, and a picnic in
the woods there. Tlie st.'mier Cnampion
and n large birg') will be chartered for the
occasion, and the two wi)' fiimMi ample
room for 2.000 exeurnion'sta. Every pre-
.union agtrnst innhaps w'll be taken, and
means for amusement find pastime will be
provided, i'i well by the conim'u'i".', nsby
the individual members of the excursion
The city jail is we" tilled a large per
cut. of the inmates being colored females.
One of these, professing to speak for the
alance, declared the prevalence of a pur
pose to bankrupt the city. They avowed
themselves perfectly happy one of them
leclaring that if she were out. she would
lo something that would compel the city
to put her back again, before 24 hours had
passed. She intended to make the city
sick of the business paying her board bill,
and getting nothing in return for the
It lias lieeii suggested almost every
year since the streets were tilled, that the
slopes of the till should he liberally seeded
with clover and blue grass. In time a sod
would lie formed, so compact us to prevent
all washings, which have not only marred
the appearance of the streets, but been the
cause of considerable cxponditurcof money.
I he suggestion is now made that the com-
inons as well us the street slopes he seeded
in the same milliner. Once well started
the blue grass would choke out the weeds
and fennel, altogether.
Sophie Reed and Mollie Lewis, col
ored, were standing on the stri'd Sunday
evening, engaged in conversation, when a
oue-iirnied colored man, naiiinl John
Smith, put in an appearance, ami unlifeil So
phie to leave, Believing that her rights on
the public highways were equal to Smith's,
and as she was first on the ground, sh,, SHW
no good reason for obeying Smith's orders,
so she disobeyed theli), whereupon Smith
shipped her in the lace. Mollie j,,,vvjH Wls
holding u knife in her hand,, ami by a
qtliclt Uiisii noplilt) possessed ,.N,f ,,f
this weapon, and made at Smith with tho
savage purpose, as she avowed, of tutting
his heart out. Smith retreated, and was
about to arm himself with a brick, when
tho police arrived and stopped further pro
ceedings. Yesterday morning Sophie swore
oflt a warrant for Smith's arrest, protesting
tho whilo that it would be her last proceed,
ing at law, for Smith was a desperate man
and would surely kill her. Tho trial has
The salo of Cairo lots, delinquent for
taxes, is progressing rapidly; and all tho
lots offered ore sold to rcspoDsiblo buyers.
Tho salo will bo resumed again at 2 o'clock
this afternoon. Quito a number of tax
payers have called at the office within the
pn3t day or two to find out thnt their lots
had been sold. Ilenco it behooves every
body who knows himself to be delinquent
to delay no longer. A single day may cost
him 23 per cent on tho whole nmount of
his taxes, besides the cost. The sale will
now be pushed through to an early con
clusion. Tho report that a colored man hnd
lfcn murdered a short distance above
.Mound Lay, Saturday cvcp'ng, is con
llruiul. The incomi-ig passenger t.-u'n ran
over the body, which had evidently been
dead several hours, es it was cool, and the
blood in the ve'ns so thoroughly coagulated
that the sevoi'ng the head from the trunk
caused no flow. The murdered man had
been seen in Mound City Saturday fore
noon; and it is believed that no was mur
dered for tho few dollars ho had received
for his week's labor. This, by the way, is
a mere conjecture.
The Caiuo Bulletin says that the
threat of the Argus-Journal to run Craw
lord for congress in the ISth district n
1880, is all bosh; that after being defeated
by Harker for Circuit Judge, he could not
hope to win the congressional race against
any good Republican that might be put
forward. DuQuoin Tribune.
By all the furies of Tartarus, that's more
than we propose to patiently eudure! The
editor of The Caiuo Bulletin never said,
intimated or thought anything of the kind.
On the contrary, he believes and has de
clared that if Judge Crawford is the Demo
cratic nominee in 1880, he will "sweep the
congressional platter." "Them's our sentU
ments," now, and always have been, since
the determination of the late judicial con
test. Our police received notice from Fred
erickstown, Missouri, some time ago, to
look out for a colored cattle-thief, that had
eluded the officers of that portion of Mis
souri. The name furnished was thnt of
George Fisher. While on his rounds yes
terday, officer Sheehan came across a
strange negro, who seemed to lit the
description of the cattle-thief, and took
him undrr arrest. He protested his inno
cence, and gave his name as Jim Johnson.
There were found about his person a revol
ver, and that ugliest ot all weapons in the
hands of an enraged black man, a razor.
Hence, it was thought, whether guilty or
innocent of the cattle-stealing charge, Mr.
Johnson was a very proper man to put in
the calaboose. He was. therefore, confined
in the city jail, and the fact of his arrest
telegraphed to the Frcderickstown aiithoii
ties. In the event that he is not the man the
Missouri officers arc after, he will be held
under our ordinances to answer the charge
of carrying deadly weapons. There is n
chance, therefore, that in almost any event,
Cairo will be spared the infliction of his
Up to the conclusion of his harvest
work Joe Dupoyster, at the mouth of May
field creek, had in his employment, a man
named Sam Kilgour and bis son. Having
no further use for the pair he paid them off
and they left the neighborhood. A few-
days afterwards a couple of officers visited
Mayficld in search kf the Kilgours. They
were wanted in one of the counties of the
"Purchase" to answer the charge of mur
der. One of them was captured in south
Ballard, but the other succeetl in making
his escape, and is said to have passed
through Cairo yesterday. The details of
the charge against them is that during the
harvest of 1878, they had some words with
the farmer, for whom they were working,
ami announcing their determination to
quit, demanded thoir money. The tanner,
also high tempered, perhaps, refused to re
spond to the demand, whereupon the Kil
gours set upon him with their knives, left
him horribly mutillated and dead in his
own field, nnd then fled the country. Much
excitement prevailed in the neighborhood;
but all search for the fugitives failed to dis
close their hiding places. Finally $1,200
reward was offered for their capture, it is
said, and this offer begat the vigilance that
resulted in the arrest ot one of the mur
derers, as above stated. Tho one still at
large will probably seek employment in
Southern Illinois. He is described as over six
feet in height, has light hair and whiskers,
the eye of a rogue, and broad shouldered,
though rather slim. Further details might
bo obtained by addressing Mr. Dupoyster.
All the facts thnt were given into our pos
session are detailed above.
As not a little interest has been
awakened in Cairo in connection with the
great international walking contest be
tween "Blower" Brown, the Englishman,
and Weston, the American, we give below
what is said ol the wind-up. A London
dispatch, dated 11 o'clock, Saturday night,
says: "The great contest is mushed, and
Weston is proclaimed with shouts and
cheers the champion of tho world." Wes
ton completed his MOth mile at precisely
10 :5fi o'clock, thereby winning the belt, his
bet and the championship. Front two
o'clock this afternoon until eight, Weston
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Lovers of the weetl who appreciate a tine aromatic smoke
will do well to try
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The above brands are especially adopted to fine trade, and no dealer should bo
SOL3S AGENT FOR CAIRO,
Call and examine and he convinced. H. MEYERS,
accomplished the astonishing feat of mak
ing five miles an hour. During these six
hours the excitement was something won
derful and the plucky hero of the hour
was greeted with shouts and cheers ns he
boldly plodded along against time. From
eight o'clock the excitement steadily in
creased and reached its culminating point
just before the finish. At 9 :S0 Weston had
made the highest score on record, namely
543 miles and 5 laps, beating the "Blower"
Brown's great score of 54!2 miles. The
hall at this time was filled with an enthu
siastic crowd, who seemed never to grow
tired of the cheering. Wis'on, though suf
fering somewhat from fatigue, maintained
a smiling face ami was the recipitc.it of
many friendly greetings. The great strug
gle came to an end. at 10 :".) o'clock, Weston
doing S.'O miles with live minutes to spare,
fid beat'ng '-Blower" Brown the tnomitus
d'stnee of f'7 miles.
Q-.ite a commotion was created in the
neighborhood of I-"'.vi and t'ommeicial,
1; st Sunday, by the attempt of two vici
ously inclined negro women t kill each
other. A lew hours before the fins Molly
Bailey visited the establishment kept by
one Aria Balall, and calling Mary Thomp
son to the door, demanded to 1 iow why
she had del', nied her eha-ac'.er.' M:' y de
nied the accusation quite warmly, and Molly
accusing w.th equal wannth, a red-hot
quarrel ensued. A man wrs at the bottom
of the ma'...r, of course; but he was
kept well -. tin; back ground. Mary
Thompson tmn'.'y started home
ward. Molly followed closely ut
her liec's i idi-.t-l::g in violent threats,
among the trim; ot wl.i h was the avowal
of a purpose to have every drop of Mary's
hearl's blood. Mary succicdeu in n nviiing
her home, without being ta'led iiib active
host"''' "cs but when she r.;.empt;d to as
cend .the stair-, Molly hurled a piece of
stove at her Lend, whi h. but for adroit
dodg'ng, would have pr pared a uibj-u
for a coroner's inu-st. M.-.:y immediately
drew a revolver, end eltning at her nall
nnt tired. No harm done. Again Molly
threw a piece of the broken s'.cv, and
again Mary used her revolver. When a
third mNsiie had been thrown and a third
shot tired, the disturbance was quelled, end
the belligerents sep,-ii'..'d. Molly swore
out a warrant for Miuy, and the trial came
on for hearing before Squire Iiobbson yes
terday afternoon. The testimony was of nn
astonishing character: but out of the
tangled mass it was easy enough for the
Squire to determine that Molly
was the aggressor, nnd that Maty
tired only in answer to deadly missiles
hurled viciously a' her head. The result
was that Mary was discharged and Molly
was held for the costs. From all we could
learn we are disposed to regard Molly as a
hard case. She has, we are told, anwered
(I'voral indictments for petty larceny; and
as to her skill in the use of indecent epi
thets, any one of the hundred persons who
hoard her Sunday, will freely testify,
Pnopi.K learn wisdom by experience.
A man never wakes up his second baby to
see it laugh, but always keeps Dr. Bull's
Baby Syrup handy.
Tun Palack Saloon is tho plan- to ob
tain the eoohst.creainie-d aiidntot delicious
glass of beer to be had in Cairo, If any
body has doubts, let him interview John
Koehler who is always on hand to serve
('hoick Hams and Breakfast Bacon, at
Pkttim & Bum.
Tun season for ague, chills, jaundice and
malaria, has come and with it the time to
put on and wear the "Holinun Pad." It is
a certain preventive to all bllons, Ihvr or
spleen disorders, and should be worn con
stantly for several weeks. Hundreds of
them were worn lat summer in Cairo with
happy results, mid the buyers are all buy
ing fresh ones of Pau, (I. Sciirn, agent
l'r tliissuiiiincr wear. He keeps them, new
ami fresh and of all sizes.
Iliirn', hurm-M nud new sldclwr top huejy.
1'riru of nutflt. JlT.VnO. AUo second tuna sprine
wauon. I'rice AMilyto
LOt Is H. MYE11S, (iMiir.
For nale. Mnelc M of harm nnd a nearly new
slue liar open niy. Apply ut the llutletin oltice.
FOURTH OK JULY
St. Mabv's Pakk,
tnder the aueplces of
CAIRO JOCKY CLUB
Steele rillr dnh. pure
Half n.lte (liii, purfe
im.i mue u:if n, l airo work uoru'd. pur-c in m
Mu me in in
Trottltii: race, mile heatn. bent two iu three . il
Ten per titit i-ntrunrrlt't- lo ! added to the aliovi!
I uren. u
Glass Hall Shooting Matrh.
FOH FIVE PHIZES
Shooting to 1e under the ni-uiHu'i meU of F. S.
Kent, tnj , of thif city.
Music, Dancing, and Grand Display of
Fireworks in Evening.
Tlu1 Cluh u-usrufitce h i-ood time to all 111 attend
ance, tiood (lancing floor and refreshment".
Tuesday, June 21tli. lliT'.t.
On tin-1 Ii i.-:int excursion uteanier
t'lidcr the aiii'pli'lei' of
CAIRO LODGE A. F. it A. M.
i; l'r-!i tncii t " fitriiirheil on hoitrd nt u-rv rm-on-ul
A line I'mm and ri n L-band will lie In atti tid.uice
llllil u plod time III liy be expected
The frlfi.ils of the order and their fionlllei corili -ally
Tli keti ciin u-iIt hu li nil of the midernlirned coin
ni.ltee. lo Innire freedom Irotn niinoMiiiee nt Im
proper character end prevent ciowdiir.-ni the hnal,
'ri'li keix lor round trip. Adults inc.; (,'hil
('.! li. from Ti to li yei.rxof nu'e. ,
Ticiii-t ia.iv be HiO'linm-d of .loliu Antrim. Her
man .'Iyer-. .1 S. Kciirden..!. 11 Mtllcahy and 11. 1'.
Il.i.ke, l ommlilee of iirnincementi'.
5 CENT. COUNTERS! !
TOTIIE TltADK: Tin- l)ttivM mid moi-t Siicce.
Iu: rm r. l.ntt-K ot the day are UnrOni! Cent Counter-.
A Mini v.tll convince. We Iiiim- the ,mv two
i' '!ii-lii' "i cent J i il,; ii ir lloue in the i:. .
jy.-ehd lor CiiUloue ui.il piiitlcuiiirn.
JM.' I'I.l-'U JIUOTJIKl's,
-.on A '.Hi Hi.ndolph St.. Chi, hicaw
A! mi id ,V v Chun my St., lleion. Mum )
W, M. DAVIDSON,
Tin, Sheet-Iron and Copper.
COOKING te HEATING
Tinware ami Hollow ware of every
lleerwart' old lum,on Eighth atruvl.
OA 1UO, . . . IlllrLolM
Hoi-flittf mid (liitlenntj n npoclalty. All kluda
of work klllfullv and promptly performed, and
prlccK iimda ittlMfHiitory.
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