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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN : ... SUNDAY :, . MOKA Ui (j. , JUNE 29. 18T9.
J n. BRYANT, M. D.
OFFICE: Eighth and , Wiwhlngton Avenue.
RB8lDESCE:-Corner Nineteenth and Waih
ngtop. H. MARFAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
Office IS Commercial avenue. Residence corner
Konrwenth t. and WanhluRton avenue, Cairo.
R. SMITH, M. D.
OfBce and Residence:
0. 81 TUIRTEENTU STREET, CAIRO. ILL.
J)R. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Dmci-Ko. 136 Commoxclal Avenue, between
ElKhth and Ninth Btroeui
QR. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE Eighth Street, near Commercial Avenue.
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OFFK'E:-Vlth the Wlduwi' and Oorphanii' Mu
tual Aid HocU'tv. -
JINEGAK & J.ANSDEN,
OFFICE No. 113 Commercial Avenue.
Ci ENEKAL DELIVERY open .:3U a. m.; cloud
T ::wp.m.; Sunday: 8 to 9 a. m.
Money Order Department open at 8 a. m.; clocce
at 5 p. in.
Through ExpreM Malls via Illinois Central and
Mississippi Central Railroads close at 14:80 p. m.
Cairo und Poplar Bluff Through and Way Mall
closes at 18:30 p. m.
Way Mall via Tllltnols Central. Cairo and In
ceiines and Mle.lppl Central Railroads close at
Way Mall for Narrow Gauge Railroad closes at 8
Cairo and Evnnsvllle River Route closes at :30
p. m. caliy (except Friday).
R. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
TRAINS ARIUVB. TRAINS DEPART
Mail 4:05 a.m. I Mall J:10a.ra.
Express 8:00 p.m. Express 6:00 p. m,
CAIRO A VINCENNES R. R.
Mail 10:00p.m. I Mall.... 4:43 a.m.
CAIRO A 8T. LOUIS R. R.
Express 5:10 p.m. I Express 8:45 a. m
Actom'datlon. 10:45 p.m. Accom'dation.l8:85p. m
CHICAGO. 8T. LOl'IS AND NEW ORLEANS R.R
Mail 5:80p.m. I Mall 5:00 a.m.
C. A. 4 T. RAILROAD'
Texas express . .2:40 a.m. I Texas express 8:15p.m.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Only Morning Daily in Southern Illinois.
etoNM. Own, I
Cairo, III., June 21 IS7S. 1
Time. Bar. Ther. Hum. Wind. Vil Weatln-j.
a m H.tHi
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ii-M p. m 8K.88
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Maximum Temperature. 7!'; Minimum Tem
perature, 70S; Rainfall, 3.C8 Inch.
W. II. RAY,
Serg't 8lj;rml Corns, U. S. A.
NONE SUCH HAMS,
.lust in receipt of. 2,.r)00 lbs of this
celebrated ham. , At retail, 10c. Also
Morrison's Olorry Breakfast bacon at HJc.
-Sugar cured shoulders Cc. '
' ' At New York Stork.
FOURTH OF JULY LEMONS.
Just received fresh und in good order,
100 boxes' choice' selected Sicily' lemons,
w hich I offer to the city und country trade,
at reasonable figiues, . S.E, Wilson,
No. Kt, Ohio Levee.
Tub seasou lor ague, chills, jaundice and
malaria, has come und with it the time to
put on and wear the "Holniun Pad." It is
u certain preventive to all hiloiis, liver or
spleen disorders, and should In worn con
stantly lor several weeks. Hundreds of
them were worn last summer in Cairo with
happy results. Htid the buyers itre all buy
ing fresh ones of Pah. O. Seunr, agent
for this summer' wear. He keeps them, new
and fresh and of all sizes.
10 lbs A sugar for $1.
11 lbs extra C sugar for f 1.
At New Your Stokk.
Fish i.no tackle, Hods, bait, etc., wire
loth for screens, ice cream freezers, etc.,
nt bottom prices; also Stovctif Tinware, and
Hardware of all descriptions. Dog collars,
Refrigerators, Revolvers, Razors, Pocket
Knives, silver plated knives, forks and
upootis, lamps and lamp fixtures and a
thousand of other articles at C. W. Hen
derson's, Commercial avenue, corner
I('K, IcK WHOLESALE and Retail in
large or small quantities. Wagons will
run daily to all parts of the city, delivering
pure Lake Ice in such quantities as cus
tomers may desire. Leave orders at my
residence on Seventeenth near Commercial;
ut Pargi.'Riits, on Eighth street, or address
me through the post-ofilec.
Parties in need of groceries, dry goods,
hoes, flour, meats, in fact all goods for
family use, will save money by buying at
tho Now York Store. Largest assorted
sdock In Southern Illinois.
Ten Cents Worth. It you want a neat
smooth lhavc for ten cents, or a fashionablo
hair cut for 23 cents, or anything else in
tho totunrlal line, remember tho place to
Ko to is Honry Schick's. No. 142 Commcr
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
There was a remarkablo quiet in polico
At Smith & Bro's Silver Gloss starch
can be bought in any quantity desired.
Everything In tho line of Fruit Jars
and Jolly Glasses to be had at Hartman's.
Rising Sun Breakfast Bacon at Smith
& Bro's very fine, and at bottom figures.
Smith & Bro. are the only firm in tho
city that retails eleven pounds ot white su
gar for one dollar.
Hanny's Mound City store is said to
give very fair promises. Wo hope Chris
will find a "bonanza" in it.
Fireworks, Chinese Lanterns and Flags
in abundance at "hard time" prices, at
Hartman's Crocker)' store.
Judge Baker leaves the city tc-morrow
evening for a protracted terra of service on
the appellate bench in Mt. Vernon.
The Rev. Mr. Steel will officiate at tho
Episcopal church to-day at 10 :30 a. ra., and
7 :45 p. m. Sunday School 9 :0 a. ,
The principal ailment among children,
just now, is diarrhea and dysentery We
have heard of no scarlet fever in the city.
Smith & Bro. are still receiving those
choice and Immensely popular Missouri
brand Hams the best in the market.
Those wishing Fireworks, Flags and
Chinese Lanterns, may obtain them at
prices to suit the times at Hartman's Crock
There will be services in the Church of
the Redeemer at the hours of 10:30 a. nv,
and 7 At p. m., to-day, tho Rev. Mr. Steele,
General stock of staple and fancy
Queensware, Crockery and House Furnish
ing goods at prices that defy competition,
Col. Bob Townes, one of the attorneys
in the Reynolds-Frazicr murder case, is in
the city, and paid his respects to The Bul
Fresh Graham Hour, from new wheat,
tresh and choice; Oatmeal and Cracked
Wheat can always be had at Smith & Bro's,
corner of Thirteenth and Poplar.
The rain fall Friday night and yester
day morning, was cnormons tho heaviest,
perhaps, for many years. The streets and
sidewalks were completely deluged at mid
night. W. II. M's article on scarlet fever and
diphtheria is timely, and it will atfoid us
pleasure to give it place in our next issue.
Want of space excludes it from our col
The "biggest gun" in Cairo is the
doubled barreled shotgun at Ince'sgun shop.
Tho barrels are about 18 feet long. It was
made by Ince from the best wood, and
will be used for a sign.
As many as thirty of -our draymen and
teamsters asked us yesterday, to swear at
the Tenth street pump. It refuses to re
spond to the workings of the handle, and
hence the general exasperation of man and
beast. It should be repaired ut once.
All the roads running into Cairo will
give excursion rates on the 4th of July.
The I. C. has already announced a willing
ness to accept one and a fifth fire for the
round trip. The little narrow-gauge more
liberal still, fixes the rate at one fare for the
Mr. Reynolds, confined in the county
jail for the murder of his tenant, Mr. Fra-
zier, is a little, mild visaged old man, who
looks incapable of inflicting harm upon
anything. He will not weigh to exceed
110 pounds, probably, and is (10 or 0." years
of age. The man he killed was a large man,
of great physical strength, and alxmt (10 or
IS.) years old, also.
The Appellate court of this circuit,
will meet in Mt. Vernon, on Tuesday
morning next, juoge i.aKcr wm leave tor
that point to-morrow evening. The docket
being a very full one the term is very
likidy to be a protracted one. With the
exception of brief intervals the Judge ex
pectsto be absent from the city, the greater
part of tho summer.
A horse tumbled into au open cistern
a few blocks above the court house night
before last, and had not been removed yes
terday afternoon. The- cistern is n
shallow one, but the animal is a cripple,
and can't get out unless assisted. Health
officer Wooten notified the owner of the
lorse, yesterday evening, and will give the
Col. Wood is in receipt of a letter from
Mr. W. llyslop, dated from Galashiels,
Scotland- Mr. Hyslop's home. He says he
arrived on the 10th, after a pleasant and
most enjoyable trip; is now blessed with
good health, and is enjoying himself am1
his surroundings heartily. Mr. H.'s hosts
of Cuiro friends will be pleased to receive
this assurance, coming as it does, directly
from his hands.
Our temperance people expressed
themselves more than pleased with tho
short address of Rev. Mr. Fly, on Friday
night last. Ho urged temperance work
as a religious duty no Christian could safely
neglect, depleted in a masterly manner the
horrors of drunkeness and tho blessings of
sobriety. His language was pure English,
his ideas were presented In very attractive
vocal garb, while his gestures and delivery
lctry a zeal and earnest that gave most ex
cellent effect to all lie said. A gentleman
for whoso Judgment wo have much respect
gives Mr. Fly credit for the morso terse,
entertaining and pithy address ever deliv
ered in the club room. This is bestowing
upon the Reverend gentleman a very high
compliment; but the common testimony is
that ho deserves it.
Coroner Fitzgerald concluded a flying
trip through the county yesterday. He says
tho wheat crop surpasses anything ever seen
in this section of country tho quality be
irfg superior, tho yield extraordinary, and
the average much greater than ever before
- ., .1 e i )
seen, u mo wcauier piuvi-B luvurnuic w
threshing (and there's tho rub) tho result
will prove most gratifying to the farmers
especially and bread-eaters generally.
At an hour too late to procure another
copy, our foreman discovered that the MSS.
of a poem by I. A. M., which had been
specially reserved for to-day's issue, could
not be found anywhere in the office. With
a printer such losses are regarded as a
"matter of course ;" but almost anybody
else will be apt to ask "how could they?"
The collection and removal of about four
bushels of manuscript a week explains the
Judges Baker, Harker and Browning
have not, as yet, agreed upon a division of
the circuit hence it is not yet known
which one of tho Judges is to preside in
Alexander or any other county. It is
highly probable, however, that each Judge
will bo assigned his own county should he
desire it. A meeting was held in Harris
burg last week to arrange the matter; but
the conference adjourned before reaching
The first escape from the city jail that
has occurred, to our knowledge, during
Mr. Mahanney's services as jailer, occurred
Friday afternoon. James Madison John
son, the negro who was imprisoned for car
rying an ugly knife, being permitted to
pass out into the yard for a bucket of wa
ter, got away. An officer from Fredricks
town arrived yesterday to determine if J.
M. J. was the individual he is looking after
for cattle stealing; but Mr. J. M. J. was not
on hand to inspect. The city is happily rid
of him, anyhow.
The colored girl, Emma Houston, of
whom wo spoke a few days ago, has
through the efforts of her attorneys, been
released from the county jail. As Emma is
quite young, ill-favored, and scarely able to
provide for herselt, her attorneys propose to
still further interest themselves in her be
half, we hear, and bring to account the in
dividual who is responsible for the condi
tion of the girl that rendered her discharge
from confinement a necessity. Like efforts
might be made in scores of similar cases,
much to the improvement of public morals.
In the examination raised upon the ap
plication of Mr. Reynolds to be admitted to
bail, the first witness was put upon the
stand about 7 o'clock yesterday evening.
The hearing was continued several hours
and then adjourned over until 8 o'clock
Monday morning, when two or three wit
nesses for the defence, not here yesterday,
will be brought in. Hon. I). T. Linegar,
Judge M. C. Crawford, Hon. Jesse Ware
and Col. R. R. Townes appear as attorneys
for the defence. Major Dennis, of Cape
Girardeau, Mo., and Mr. Day, States Attor
ney for Union county, appear for the peo
ple. A very large element of our colored
population manifest great interest in church
work and religious services. In one of the
colored churches out in the bottoms, meet
ings are held nearly every cveni ng r f the week
and not unfrequently are protracted until
after eleven o'clock at night. Besides this
all the colored people are very fond of sing,
ing, the measure of excellence in their vo-
cal efforts being determined by the strength
of the voice. As all the exercises are lib
erally varied with singing, families in the
neighborhood ure thus serenaded into
placid slumber nearly every night. Some
ill-natured people profess to be annoyed;
but we have always observed that these
people are of a class that have no music in
their souls, and don't know a "concord of
weet sounds" when they hear it. Furth
ermore, if they don't like it, there is no
law to intervene to prevent their removal
to some other locality.
While we don't subscribe to the adage
that "a little learning is a dangcrousthing,"
we know it to be a tact that the little-
learned individual who pretends much, not
unfrequently invites derision. An instance
in lino is the following: Several days ago
a lady and gentleman who had just arrived
by way of the C. and V. handed their bag
gage checks to an unlettered white baggage
carrier, and directed him to bring around
their baggage, Unable to decipher the
meaning of the letters stamped upon tho
checks, the carrier proceeded to the Illinois
Central instead ot the C. and V. baggage
room. Espying a colored man, who was in
charge lor the nonce, the carrier handed
over the checks, and demanded the delivery
of the baggage. The negro took the checks,
eyed them intently, and then with a full
appreciation of his importance, informed
the white man that he was sorry to say that
the baggage hadn't arrived; it ought to
arrove; but hadn't, but would surely bo
along on to-morrow." And then patron-izingly-"dar,
my fren, you seo do great
misfortune of not knowtn how to do readin.
You'd a knode, by the writiti on the checks
when to have como for the baggage. Par
lore, its nilsfortunate for any m,m to j,bvo
anything to do with baggage wlmt can't do
readin ami especially is it misfortunato
for an unreadin man, to drive a wagon."
Tho negro hsd just roncludcd his rigma
role, and the white man wns about to com
mend the Mundncsj of hU philosophy,
w,hcn tho baggage boss arrived, glanced at
the checks, and directed tho carrier to tho
Cairo & Vlnconnes depot, whero tho checks
atonco commanded tho baggage. "Damme !"
exclaimed the driver as ho tumbled his last
trunk into his wagon: "Damme, if I be
lievo that nigger can read a syllable raorc'n
lean." And, for a truth the carrier was
right. The negro was merely an ignorant
"Old Trim" is a Republican, but his
political convictions do not blind him to tho
worth of The Weekly Bulletin as an
Egyptian newspaper. Wo value his good
opinion because he is a sensible man, and
of excellent discriminating powers. It is
true, as conjectured by "Old Trim," the
Weekly has a good circulation in all the
lower counties oi the State; but it is also
true that its circulation is not as large ns it
ought to be. Recognized as a lending
Democratic organ, and published in the
metropolis of Southern Illinois the conver
gent point of our railroads, rivers and tele
graph lines the paper should have a bona
tide circulation of five thousand copies.
To clubs of ten it is furnished at $1.50 a
year, and being one of the largest sheets
published in the State, and tho publisher
being required to prepay the postage, lib
eral men cannot ask us to furnish it
Mr. Reynolds, charged with the mur
der of Mr. W. II. Frazicr, is now in our
county jail, having been brought from the
jail of Union county, Friday evening, on a
writ of habeas corpus sued out before
Judge Baker. Should the witnesses and
attorneys all bd on hand the case will be
heard by Judge t Baker, to-morrow, and the
question decided whether the accused shall
be admitted to bail. The communication
from Clear Creek which we publish else
where was placed In type before we learned
of the application of the accused to be ad
mitted to bail, else, we might have ex
cluded it until after the hearing; although
tho statements made have already, in differ
ent form, been widely published. We have
no desire to "warpv the ends of justice in
the interest or to tho injury of either the
living or dead. R. S. After writing tho
above, the attorneys and a part ot the wit
nesses arrived, and about 7 o'clock p. m.,
the Court commenced examining the wit
nesses. In reading over our large exchange list,
which embraces a majority of all the news
papers published in Southern Illinois, we
have failed to find a word written in de
fence of the Southern Illinois Normal.
Neither have we read any expression of
sentiment that is not in entire harmony with
the views expressed by The Bulletin.
Two of our cotemporaries ascribe the on
slaught upon the management of the Nor
mal to the desire upon the part of certain
parties to displace the Rev. Mr. Allyn with
the Rev. Mr. Clark Braden. If there is any
truth in this intimntion,the effort will meet
hearty, and we dare say, successful opposi
tion. Rev. Mr. Allyn stands in the fore
front of western educators. Rev. Clark
Braden has no more than a local reputa
tion. Allyn is a Methodist. Braden is a
Campbelite. Hence it is manifest that, in
stead of curing any of the eviis complained
of, such a change would greatly aggravate
them. The way to remove the "bone of
contention" is for the legislature to yield to
the popular demand to a demand in which
Republican as well Democratic papers join
the demand that not another dollar be
appropriated for the support of any of the
Normal schools of the State of Illinois,
Every considerable community in the
country seems to be making preparations
for the celebration of the Fourth ot July.
The sham battle in Montreal seems to have
given people a hint by which many propose
to profit. In localities where there are mili
tary companies, sham buttles are to be
fought one sid.- representing the British,
and tho other the 'Continentals. Of course
in every case, the British forces will bo put
to ingloriotii flight, and Jlu; Continentals
left in full possession of the hotly contest
ed fields. Such results didn't always crown
the efforts of the Continentals when they
faced sure-enough red-coats; but nny other
termination of a sham light, on the Fourth
of July, would be unbearable. The unarm
ed rabble would "let in" with fists and walk
ing-sticks, and by larruping the victorious
red-coats, vindicate American prowess, mi
teach sham red-coats that they mustn't wh'p
the scions of Undo Sam even in fun. In
the South as well as the North, these .sham
battles are to form a feature of the cele
brations. If a half hundred or more of
the "soldiers" arc not, through awkward
ness, negk'ct, misconceptions of orders,
premature discharges of fire-arms or some
other cause, left dead und wounded on the
W,eld, the day will puss off more fortunate
ly than any body now' supposes. But the
peoplo must have excitement. Talking
has lost its charm; let's try, then, the pre
tence of fighting show tho rising genera
tion how our forefathers fought, bled and
died for the liberties which they' the In
grates fail to appreciate.
Our funding arrangement with the
American Funding association, whereby
wo expect to fund 370,000 of our city
and county bouds and over-due coupons, is
progressing quietly but very encouragingly
indocd. So far about one hundred thous
and dollars of tho city bonds and forty-live
thousand of tho county bonds huvo been
funded; and the prospects are that tho close
of tho year will llnd tho work nearly com
pleted. Tho uniform success of Mers.
Green and Gilbert in securing permanent
Injunctions against the Auditor's levies to
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SOLE AGENT FOK CA1KO,
Call and examine anil be convinced. H. .MEYERS.
provide for the payment of interest, and
the determination expressed by both city
and county authorities to resist with all
means known to the law, the payment ot
any part of the principal r iuterest of the
old bonds, will serve to bring all the bond
holders to terms, ultimately, if not at once.
And it will be money in their pockets to do
so. Most of them purchased their lmnds
at about 80 cents (some, much less) on the
dollar. They have already received about
30 cents on the dollar in the way of inter
est. They will, under the new arrange
ment, receive half of all tho interest due.
half of the principal, and about seventy
cents on the dollar interest. Consequently
the original 80 cents invested in the
bonds, will under the operation
of the funding arrangement, pro
duce to the investcr at least 170
tents. While this may not be considered
an extravagant return, it is cettainly a fair
rate ot interest, and as much as any cau
tions nnd properly managed corporation
ought to engage to pay. But, be the re
turn meager or liberal, it is all the city
and county feel able tn pay all they can
pay, and parties who may refuse the offer,
and undertake to enforce the original
agreement, will, beyond all probability,
have their trouble for their p:iy.
THK ULLIX SENSATION.
Mil. lil'NTEK's VINDICATION.
Some time ago we published reports that
reached us from I'llin to the effect that the
dead body ot an infant had been found in a
well of the village, the body being wrapped
in aquilt that wasknown to have been in use
in the family of Mr. M. D. Gunter. From
this circumstance it was argued (very a!
surdly, we thought) that Mr. Gunter was in
.some way concerned in the child's murder
The imputation is shown, in the following
correspondence, to be wholly groundless:
The local items in your paper, touching
the "I'llin sensation," demand some explan
The facts as gathered from parties on the
spot, are us follows:
A. V. Brown and other parties found the
dead body of a well developed infant in an
old well, as stated by your informant.
A coroner's jury was empanncllcd. I was
called us it witness, among others, and in
stantly recognized the piece of quilt in
which the child's body was enveloped, ns a
part of a quilt that had been in use in my
family for several years. It had been sur
reptitiously obtained by some party and
used as indicated. I had not missed it from
There was no pretense that I was a party
to the crime. I have lived within fifteen
miles of this place for twenty-three years,
and I certainly think I have lived in vain, if
one single person could think me capable
oi so great a crime.
I enclose the correspondence between
Ksquire H. L. Niekensand myself, which I
hope you will give a place in The Blm.k
tix. Thanking you for your kind words in my
behalf I remain,
Yours etc M. I). Gcstku.
Ot'STKK TO NICKP.NS.
Pt i.AsKt, June 20,1370.
II i. MtkciliH,
Dear Sir : I enclose you two extracts
from Tub Caiiki Bim.i.dtix in reference to
the infanticide that excited your people a
few days ago.
You will see by the extracts that my
niinio is used in a manner that allows tho
inference that I was a party to the crime.
Please inform me if the coroner's Jury,
of which you was foreman, took this view
of the matter.
Your attention to this request will greatly
"bilge, Yours truly, etc.,
M. 1). Gt'NTKIl.
NK'KKNS TO (IUNTKK.
Ul.MX, Im.h,, June an, 1S7D.
Mr. M. D, Hunter:
In answer to your letter concerning your
implication in tho murder of tho infant
that was found at I'llin, wo would say that
the evidence did not Implicate you in any
manner; and wn arc satisfied that yon wero
not n party to tho crime. .
H. I- NirnKM.
Foreman of tho Jury.
GIVE IT A TRIAL.
THE CAIRO TEMPERANCE REFORM
CLUB AND THE FOURTH OF JULY.
In consequence of the committee not be
ing able to make satisfactory arrangement
for transportation on the 4th of July, the
picnic proposed for that day has been aban
doned. The members of the club, the members
of the W. C. T. V. and those interested in
the cause ot temperance, will meet at the
hall on Monday evening, June 0th, at H p.
m., for the purpose of arranging a gigantic
entertainment to take place at the hall on
the day aud evening ol the fourth of July.
By order of the Pkf.s.'dent. I
Graham and corn flour
New York Store.
always fresh at
AjT TI1K PLASTERS' HofsK.
J.I). Halls, Sikest.m, Mo.; Kith. Bus
teed, N. Y.; S. Seetey. St. Louis; Mrs. J.
II. Melvern, Little Bock; ("has. Lundry,
Charleston, Mo; Krg. S. Gotthold, Edward
Hills, St. Louis; Cl.iy Hunter. New Mad-
i. i- i . i .... 1
ri'i; . anucmecie, Jn. Louis; n . I . (iray.
Str. John A. Sculler; Wm. Dukate and
wife, New Orleans: (.'. I). Undley. A. Van
Cheap a,t New York Store. Lad im
port Ties at !0c.
ICE! ICE! ICE! (
t I am prepared to furnish he wholesale
or retail all through the season. Office,
Eighth street, Mwicn Commercial and
Washington avenues, next d'xr to Bristol's
grocery store. Jacqii Ki.f.k.
Ht'sTON Celebrated Bitter at retail at
New York Store.
Wanted, a L'ood ir'.rl tnwlt nuldok'i'tn'ral hoiie
work In a inall fumtlv. To une cumins WI riv
ommmded. a pleasant. tt-rmar.vnt home and ni f
WttL'!. win iicki.i-u. AI V HI
Mn Pr MAKEAN.
C'orniTl'ourti-i'Lta st. and Wahinirtiu av.
IllliliY AND IIAKNESS.
l-ir nale. ulnde i t of harm-M nnd a r.carlv new
flrte bur open buapy, Apply at tho Bull. tin i.ttiro.
FOURTH OK JULY
St. Makys I'auk,
I'ndi-r the niinplccj of
CAIRO JOCKY CLUB
5 HACKS 5
Nliwlu mile (lufh. puivc ". ..t.yi m
Hull mile ilncn. purm in ik
nun muc uiimi, l ntro work borne, purse - in OH
Mule race m mJ
irottlni! race, mile heat, beat two In three.. . 2." of
Ten per cvnt ontrunce fee to bo added to the ule,
ded to the ule
Glass Hall Shoot in,
Foil FIVE PHIZES
Sliootlnu to be under the manaift-ment of K.
Kent, Efil., of this city.
Music, Diincliijr, and Grand Display ot
r ii'oworks in Evening.
The CliiS cuiiriintee a good time to all In attend
nnre. imou iiitncitiK noor ami rcirehmtuti!.
NEW GUN SHOP,
NEW GUN SHOPJ
Commercial Ave. op,,,,, Seventh ut.
CAlltO, i : s 1L,mtois.
Gnn, Pistols, Safes and Locks Benalrad
Keys Made to order.
CIIOKK BORINO I ON ' BMACn.tOADIJIO OtW
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nan cuu bu ubtulnod at any otber plicg to T ciAl