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THE DAILY CAIUO BULLETIN; FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 2, 1380.
ALL ADVEIti'lSKMKNTS In till column, of
B linen -ach or le will bo published for :
tanu one luMTilon;3 limea. mi ivm; i ween, in;
south, I. ; miiiitlmwIihuaiuhnnKu. Sl( pr
fcuitb. Kaeb additional tint), proruta. Hltuallomi
hCUOOL ELECTION NOTICE.
M . 1 ,i ,J tl.ut .... ut..l(s.n will
i c i . a I Hi i urn, k.. 1pI niin)
hoiie, for tha purpoo of lectin o cnool
JOHN M. LASSDEN.
BD U 17VT
K vy. .tun. ,
floor, with or without board. Inquire iorn.fr or
WhlnKton Avenue and Twoutlotb utreut, oppoalte
Lmr oil R
Aa ordor' eood for f 100. if applied on any etyle
Apply at tola office.
Vr. L. J. Hvrni' cn acromniodHto a few day
.1... I,'...r,l ami rnnm for two. l'rlce VtTV
low. Applv at her houac next to Uie Catholic
cnurcn on wanniuiciou an-uuc.
y n. MAREAN, M. D.,
Hompopathic Physician and Surgeon.
Office 140 I, imorrlal avenue. Residence corner
Konrteentu St. and Wanlnngton avenue, iairo
jyR. E. W. WHITLOCK,
(FFic No. l.Vi Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth and Ninth Street)
R. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE Eizbtk Street, near Commi'rcial Avenue.
Notary Public and Conveyaurev.
OFFIC5:-W!th the Widow" andOorpnsna' M il
eal Aid Society.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Denier in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads' a Specialty.
O F1 v i a k :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
yocuM & broderick,
STAPLE and FANCY
Washington Avenue, Coi'.
CAIRO, - - ILLS.
rpHE CITY NATIONAL BANK
W.p. HALLIDAY, Pr,idont.
II . L. UALLIIIAY. VlovlVxIdent.
THUS. W. HALLIDAY, Cs'liier.
ITAAT0 TATI.OR. W. p. IIALUUAV,
KINKY L. HALUIlAV, R. H. Cl'NMNUUAM,
. O. WIIXUMSON, MTEIUIKN BIKU,
II. U. CAXIJItK.
Exchange, Coin and United States Honda
BOl'liUT AN!) tOt.U.
Dop it received and goniirul banking bunltie
ILL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
-Mauulacturer of and Dealer IiiAIko
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
f&AI.L KIND (IP jl)U WOltK IMlNK TO mi)MJf.
NO. 27, MOUTH STRUCT.
nAUlO, : ILLINOIS
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TIIE DAILY BULLETIN.
Only Mornlna: Dally In Southern Illinois.
ENTERED AT THE rT OFFICE IN CAITIO, IL
I.INOIH, AS HKCOND-CLAS8 MATTEH.
OFFICIAL PAPEUOF ALEXANDER COUNTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Mr. John Major ia prcjiared to lurnish
all kinds of new wagons and buggies ou
credit, ou approved paper or very low for
FOR SALE CHEAP,
the following machinery, all in first-class
order: One boiler nearly new, 40 inches
diameter, 24 feet long, witli smoke stack ;
onp engine 10 inch bore, 24 inch stroke,
with heater, force and lifting pump; one
Daniel's planer; one 12 inch planer; four rip
saws and frames complete; one cut otF saw;
three shaping machines; one routing ma
chine for bed posta and rails; one self-feed
slat tenanting machine, one boring ma
chine; one power mortising machine; two
turning lathes; three Emery wheels. mounted
on shafts and frames; sixty feet of 2 incli
line shafting with pulleys. For price en
quire at Furniture Factor)-.
Mr. John Major has now on hand a
large lot of farm and spring wagons, log
wagon, one horse, two horse and sulky
plows, Tester's best, aud double and single
harrows. New and second hand buggies
very cheap for cfcsh or approved paper. Go
and see them.
The "Active" cooking stove, the best
ever brought to this market. Call and see
it, at Davidson's.
The Mendleson Quartette and Operatic
concert troupe are pronounced by press and
public, the finest organization on the road.
Atheneum, Tuesday, April Cth.
Jacob Kline desires the public to know
that he has perfected his machinery for the
manufacture of stone in blocks, and is now
ready to receive orders for sidewalk slabs,
foundation stone, building corners, window
sills, caps, etc. Orders will receive prompt
attention, and be tilled without delay.
Mr. Chas. Shoenmeyer, proprietor of the
Germania house, situated at the junction
of Poplar and Tenth streets and Wash
intgon avenue, is prepared to
accommodate a few more day
boarders at reasonable rates. The
table is first class, containing always the
best the season atlbrds, and the general ac
commodations afforded are not surpassed
by any private boarding hous? in the city.
General repairing ot carnages and bug
gies. Go to John Major, Tenth street, Cairo,
Caiuo. Ills., March 2.1, 1830.
Public notice is hereby given to deposi
tors and all others that, on and after May
1st, 1880, the rate of interest allowed and
paid by the Enterprise Savings Bunk will
be four (4) per cent, per annum on all de
posits, under the rules and regulations of
said bank, until further notice.
By order of the Board of Directors.
Tiio. W. Hallidav,
Secretary and Treasurer.
Mlle. Adf.i.aiih) Tahem.i. the great
soprano; Jennie Mendleson, the world
renowned contralts; George Gale, the
favorite tenor, and IrvinT. B.isli, the great
est of all bassos, will positively oppear at
the grand operatic concert given by the
Meudlcson Quartette at Atheneum. Tues.
day, April tith.
Wanted. Two good journeymen tailors
None but the best need apply.
. R. Lf.hnino,
Ohio Levee, between Second and Fourth
Win. Eichhoff announces himself, not as a
candidate, not lining delivered from all
evils, but being delivered from those un
principled sharks that in vain sought his
ruin, aud the gentleman with his untiring
movement lins now rest. lie has not only
baffled the legal iraternity and wtrked
siiccesslully as agent the last two years,
thereby keeping the wolf at bay. but he
offers a reward of f MO for any bill that he
cannot duplicate at St. Louis, Chicago or
Cincinnati ;ric'es. It will be read
with pleasure by his many friends and
patrons that he lias secured the "Hamilton
building," and his immense stock of goods
will be removed from the factory and dis
played in his new place on first of April,
and sold ut rock bottom prices.
SEE YOURSELF AS OTHERS SEE YOU.
It you want a perfect, natural and life
like picture of yourself or friend in India
ink and water colors, albumen ink or oil
on canvass, give Light foot & Shclton, who
represent the celebrated Auburn Company,
your order. If not satisfied, no charges.
Agents wanted. Special terms on applica
tion. Call at Mrs. Stites', Seventh street.
Tim "Active" cooking stove, the bent
.ever brought to this market. Call and see
it, ut Davidson's.
The grand Operatic concert, to.be given
at Atheneuu, Tuesday, April Cth, by Men
dleson Quartette) will Ik-the grand vent
or the season m Cairo,
I would respectfully inform tho public,
that I huvo furnished rooms in connection
with my offlce, and am now prepared to
administer tho Electric Vapar and Medi
cated Baths, to the healthy to keep well, to
the Invalid to get well, and I particularly
invite all thoso who are suffering from
rheumatisms, neuralgias, catarrhs, constipa
tion, diseases of tho liver and kidneys,
uterine ailments, scrofula, syphilis, and all
diseases of tho skin, mercurial, malarial,
ond lead poisonings etc., to give these
baths a trial. All the above named dis
eases nnd many others, too numerous to
mention, yield to this mode ot treatment,
with a beauty and readiness which chal
lenges alike the admiration of physician
and patient. These baths are administered
daily, during office hours, to loth ladies
and gentlemen. A lady will be in attend
ance to wait on the lady patrons.
W. II. Mahean, M. D.
Wanted Immediately, a girl to do
housework and to cook.
Mrs. Samuel E. Wilson, ,
On Cross street, between Washington
Avenue and Walnut street.
GEXEARL LOCAL NEWS.
See notice of "gal wanted'' to do
Judge Severe Marchildon was in Cairo
Last call : Only one day left in which to
pay taxes. After that, take an additional
sum with you to cover costs.
Quite a number of our Missouri neigh
bors were upon our 6treets yesteiday. The
presence of these people among us always
-The "Just-for-Fun club" and "the
Merry-go-rouuders," are the suggestive
names given to two recently organized so
cial clubs among our young people.
The "Faultless" is a pure Havana fill
er, bright Connecticut wrapper, and sells
for only five cents, at F. Korsmeyer's, Ohio
Levee, corner Sixth street.
Newspaper thieves are getting boldrr.
We know flie names of a few of those who
steal The Bulletin from subscribers' doors
and intend making an "awful example" ot
Capt. Bill Woods, of Santa Ft?, was in
Cairo, yesterday, and invested four dollars
in a subscription to the Weekly Bulletin
which paper he classes among his indispen
Ther election of one school i.ustec for
township IT, range 1 west, will be held ut
the Arab engine house, on Saturday, the
10th instant. Official notice of the election
is published in anotlier column.
Attorneys or others wishing to pur
chase a few copies of the Journal and De
bates of the Illinois constitutional conven
tion, can receive serviceable information by
applying to the editor of The Bulletin.
The examinations in the High school
yesterday, were eminently satisfactory to
nil concerned. The examinations named
for to-day will prove especially interesting,
aud will doubtless call out as large a crowd
of listners us tne room will accommodate.
Capt. J. C. Willis, ot Metropolis, was in
the city, yesterday. The captain has, we
are told, no congressional aspirations this
year. He is a man of great personal popu
larity, however, of sterling practical sense,
and would "cut an infinitely better figure"
In congress than the present member, Capt.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Cairo Tax-payers' association will bo held
in the office ot Squire Comings, this even
ing. As matters oi importance will lie
brought up for tho discussion and action of
the association, a full attendance of the
members is especially desirable. Hour of
meeting 7 o'clock p. in.
A big negro, named Jim Lane, visibly
intoxicated, entered McCammon's meat
shop, yesterday evening, and while discuss
ing a business transaction, became both
furious and noisy. He was taken in by
Chief La Hue and Policeman Schuckers,
and stowed uway for the night under the
cover ol the calaboose.
The sewers were opened yesterday
morning, and commenced uctive and effect
ive duty ut once. Before uiglit-lull it de
cline of one inch, or more, in till ponds in
the lower part of the city was visible to the
naked eye. Tho sewers have a fortnight's
jolt ahead of them in the work ot ridding
the city of its liquid nuisance.
Among other county offices to lie filled
next fall.is the office of coroner,so faithfully
und efficiently tilled, during the past sixteen
months, by Mr. Richard Fitzgnrald. Mr.
L. 8. Marshall, who ran a very respectable
race for the position in 1878, will probably
bo a candidate again, but the people of the
county seem abundantly satisfied with tho
Prof. Floyd, at present engaged in
school teaching in the Sandusky district, is
posted for a speech before tho Reform club
on Friday evening next. Ho is a man of
bruins, ami has, although a comparative
stranger among us, given very satisfactory
proof of his ability to entertain an audience
on the subject of temperance or any other
subject ho may choose to discuss.
The parlor concert by Miss HarroU's
pupils, will be given ut the residence of
Mr. und Mrs. Wood Rittenhouse, on Satur
day evening. April 10th. Tho interest of
tho occasion will be enhanced by the parti
cipa'.ion of two or three of tho finest lady
vocalists of the city. The concert will
signalize the closo of Miss IPs teaching ia
tho city ot Cairo.
Our semi-woekly market reports, give,
us they profess to do, actual transactions.
No better reflex of tho Cairo market is ob
tainable, and business men, who are not
subscribers to the Price-Current, can al
ways do the handsome thing by their
country patrous by mailing them copies of
the prices-current as given in Tuesday's
and Friday's Bullet in.
A white woman named Dora Moore,
maintains an establishment ou Fifteenth
and Cedar, of alleged ill repute. At all
events the frequenters of the place raised
a row there during Friday night, and offi
cer Winis putting in an appearance ut the
right time, effected tho arrest of the chiet
offenders, and held them for trial. What
disposition was made of them we were not
The new officers of the Temperance
Reform Club, to be elected this evening,
will serve six months, and not one year, as
some mistaken persons have insisted. Be
sides the flection, tho business of the even
ing will consist of the reading ot the re
poitsof the outgoing officers and the sev
eral committees. A desire is expressed
that there be a full attendance as well of
ladies os of gentlemen.
Rev. E. B. Olmsted was still in the
city, yesterday, a regular attendant upjn
the examination in progress in our public
schools. The reverepd gentleman has for
forty years or more, been a staunch and
useful friend and advocate of every moral,
charitable, humane or educational move
ment or enterprise within the reach of Ids
aid or influence. No man has been more
consistent, steadfast or zealous in that line
of effort than Rev. Olmsted.
Admonished by an early racket on
Fifth street, yesterday morning, young
John Ilogan, officers John P. Hogan,
Henry Duncker ami John Tyler, repaired
to that wicked locality and raided Mary
Lee, Eva Jones and Bill Swank, while in
dulging in a head-cracking jamboree, and
took all of them under arrest. Squire
Robinson fined them $ and costs each,
and in default of payment calaboosed them
Ike Walder's son Louis, was seriously
hurt, day before yesterday. The mule
team he was driving ran away, and the
young man was precipitated with great vio
lence from the wagim to the ground. The
mishap occurred at Mr. Walder's farm:
ami Dr. Dunning reports that until time
more plainly indicates the extent of tue in
ternal injuries, he cannot with certainty
forecast the result. The doctor returned
from the young man's bedside yesterday.
The hearing ot the case before the
county court, wherein Jewett & Adams ure
plaintiffs and E. F. Davis defendant, con
sumed the whole of yesterday and still the
beginning of the end had not revealed
itself. New witnessesysomc of them bear
ing ponderous ledgers, were brought in
during the afternoon, and the indications
were that even another day would fail to
bring the trial to a close. Considerable in
terest is manifested in the case, but the de
tails are insufferably tedious.
Intelligent stockholders in the Cairo
Builders and Loah association declare that
the aims of their association will be in no
manner crippled or hindered by the recent
decision of the supreme court. They would
probably disavow any purpose to impugn
the honesty of ot the court, ut they insist,
nevertheless, that the decision is mert ly the
culmination of a raid upon building and
loan associations, by the savings banks,
which, in the absence of such associations
would enjoy, a "clear field" and "unrestrict
Mr. F. A. Miller, general passenger
agent of the Cairo & Yincennes railroad,
uives notice to the public that on and after
the present date, stop-over checks will be
given by conductors on unlimited first-class
coupon tickets only. It is suggested to
passengers taking tickets of any other class,
to buy to the point at which they may de
sire to lie over. Bv heeding this sugges
tion no one can incur either loss or disap
pointment. Conductors are allowed no dis
cretion in the matter, as the rule applicable
to them is inflexible.
One William Windrem engaged in an
ungry controversy with Dr. C. R, Clarke,
yesterday evening, nnd permitting his
anger to rise to un uncontrollable pitch,
made an assault upon the old gentleman,
inflicting upon his face u number of
bruises, nnd manifesting a disposition to
"go in ami spare not." Dr. Clarke sued
out a peace warrant against his assailant,
and that individual found temporary quar
ters, last night, in the city calaboose. He
will probably have u hearing this morn
ing. Tho Paducah News is disposed to be
ill-naturod because of uufavorablu refer
ences in the Cairo papers to the Olympic
minstrels, of that city, who recently made
an incursion into Cuiro. It may surprise
the News man to hear it, but it is a fact,
nevertheless, that no newspaper man in
Cairo has any grievances to redress through
the proprietor of tho Olympic or any mem
ber of his troupe of minstrels. Indeed,
whether tho Olympic is likely to prosper or
perish is a matter of such supremo Indiffer
ence in Cairo that wo have never heard it
In a local paragraph, a few days ago,
wo referred Incidentally to a rumor to tho
effect that tho St." Charles hotel would so;'n
pass under tho control of Mr. Thompson, of
the Planters' house. The rumor had no
foundation m tact, and, wo arc sorry to
loam, has operated to tho annoyance ot Mr.
Robertson, tho present proprietor of tho
St. Charles, and somewhat to his embarrass
ment. No change in tho management of
that excellent public house is contem
plated. Mr. Robertson will remain In his
present position, and maintain the house as
he hitherto has done, as one tf tho best
hotels in tho state of Illinois.
The staid and modest editor of tho
Sun, alluding to Zeuobia's philippic
against tight-lacing, declares that "al
though corsets may uot be the best thing
in tho world to wear, they are much better
than nothing." Now we'll bet "a peck of
pickled peppers" of Peter Piper's own pick
ing, that if Davis had a chance to vote an
unrecognizable ballot, he'd negative his
own proposition, and declare that "noth
ing," as a summer costumo at all events, is
far preferable to corsets. Assuming this
to be true, we assert, with our character
istic boldness, that Davis ought to be
ashamed of himself.
As announced, yesterday, the Temper
ance Reform cluh will hold an election for
president, secretary and other officers, this
evening. As the continued success, even
the existence of the club, is largely depen
dent upon the intelligence, zeal ami activity
of the president, no mistake can be made
in the re-election of Mr. George Fisher S.
Fisher. His predecessors were all oi.Diuen,
who proved themselves industrious und ef
ficient officers: but wo deny to thvm no
measure of the praise to which they ure en
titled when we say, that, although quite a
young man, Mr. Fisher has. in point of en
ergy, ability and sound judgment, shown
himself the equal of the best of them. He
should, therefore, be re-elected, with loud
acclaim, 'though he resign two minutes af
terwards. By an advertisement elsewhere, it will
be seen that "Uncle Tom's Cabin" will be
presented in the Atheneum, in this city, ou
the 7th instant, by the popular and really
talented dramatic company under the
management of M"vrs. Rial & Draper.
For a period of tw o weeks the compunv
called out crowded houses nightly in the
leading theatre iu St. Louis, and the Globe
Denmcrat, speaking of the company's ren
dition of the play, s:tys that it was pro
duced with all po-siWe spectacular and
realistic effects blood-hounds, donkeys,
colored jubilee singers and plantation
scenes appearing with marked effect,
where they belonged. Popular juices of
admission will be maintained, au l tin
Atheneum will, we dare y. be filled to
We received a call, yesterday, from
Mrs. Dr. Holden. late of Jonesbiro. The
doctor died, as the readers of The Bulle
tin were daly informed, of cancer of the
stomach, from which he wis a sufferer for
more than three years. For several weeks
prior to his death his agony was extreme,
but he endured it with a patience and
fortitude characteristic of the man. Mi.
Holden will leave Cairo for Metropolis, in a
day or two, and reside there for a brief
season with her fattier and mother. It is
her purpoe, however, to take a jiermaiient
home with her daughter, Eddie, who is
married and lives in Deer Lodge, Montana.
By a recent letter from that distant region
Mrs. II. was informed that the thermome
ter, on Christmas day, scored 4H degrees
below zero, with the snow lying iqion the
ground three or four feet deep. Rather u
rough climate that for "yellow fever
germs," aud not a climactic jiaradisp, we
should say, lor human beings, and cspeci-.
ally for those who are acclimated only to
the mild temjeraturc ot Southern Illinois.
The Illinois Central railroad has just
issued the following circular regarding ex
cursions rates: "When jmrties of twenty-five
or more desire to go on an excursion, tick
ets to go and return on regular trains, good
for two days, will lie sold for one ami one
half fare, adding, when necessary, enough
to make the rate per ticket terminate with
0 or 5. Excursion tickets sold as alwe on
Saturday, or jireeeediug Christmas, New
Year's, Fourth ot July, or other national
holidays, may be made good for three
days, but in all other cues, must not ex
ceed two days. Where forty or more are
going on excursion tickets, agents will noti
fy the division sujierintendent of the day on
which they will go so that if necessary, ex
tra cars may be attached to regular truins.
Excursion tickets should be reported iu the
usual manner, in weekly and monthly re
ports, and care should be taken to always
keep a good supjily on hand. The excur
sion rates on this road heretofore were ono
and one-fifth fare. The increase to one and
one-half fare, however, does not materially
change the rates in force heretofore, as tho
company has reduced its local rates from
four cents per mile to three cents.
For the following two edged "j ike" on
Lon Faxon and tho city of Cairo, the edi
tor of the Mempkis Avalanche is resjionsi
ble: "After the overflow of 1858, which
nearly washed away Cairo, Len Faxon, h
noted joker, then editing the Cairo Times
and Delta, with tho vicarious helji of Sam
Hall, Ed Willctt and Moso Harrcll, posted
off to New Orleans und called upon Collec
tor Hatch, collector of that port, presented
letters of introduction from prominent Illi
nois Democrats more plentiful then than
now and asked leavo to go down to the
mouth of the river on a voyage of explora
tion, the precise nature of which ho did not
explain. Tho collector, a staid, solid gen
tleman of the old school, gave the desired
pfriUssion. Len boarded tho vessel and
wan monon his way to the Balizo. Tho
officer tu command put himself under
Faxon's (rjer, after reaching the mouth of
tho river, nl desired tho gentleman to
designate t.0 points which ho wished to
explore. Lcl requested him to steer to the
nearest mud-luip, and on arrival there he
punched his cant into tho oozy mass, and
after feeling of it, welling of it, and other
wise examining it, desired to be taken to
another, with a like nsult, and followed by
an expressed desire to Inspect more of the
ugly protuberances. Ihis was kept up
nearly all day, until tin officer, growing
tired of the sport, asked Ln "what in h 1
he exjccted to find; maybe he could help
him." Leu said no, hu didn't believe any
body could help him: didn't think it had
lodged any where. "What is not lodged
a body?" asked the officer. "No," quietly
and sadly replied Len. "It's not a body,
but I bought a lot up in Cairo a coujde of
months ago, and tho d d high wuter has
brought it down the river somewhere; I
looked all along on the bank, and as I
could see it nowhere, felt sure it had
lodged here somewhere, but it hasn't, and I
don't supjiose I ever will get it back; it
must have gone on out to the sea." The
officer evidently agreed with him that fur
ther search was useless, aa he headed the
cutter off for Pilot Town as fast as steam
could curry her, and there duuijed jjooi
Len on the rickety wharfjirivileged to watch
for his real estate, it so minded, while he,
boiling with rage, put off for New Orleans
to rejiort to Hatch the disgrace to which
the levenue service had been put by thii
trifling Illinois joker. The curses of Hatch,
when told of the affair, gives the New Or
leans custom house the lopsided look it
WANTED: A LOST POEM.
Kditor Cairo Bulletin:
Once upon a time there apjiearel a little
lo-in in the columns of Thk Bulletin, the
title of whieh has slipped my memory a
jioem so touching!)- pathetic that the spirit
it breathed has dwelt in my heart all these
years. A single line, recently quoted by
you in one of your!ocal paragraphs, las
brought the little poem singing in my eirs
again, and revived in my heart a strong de
sire to possess it; and to kuow,
if I might, the authored of
it. I say authoress, because
I feel, in my inuwt soul that no mv.i
could have written it. Can you, my very
dear sir, help tne to find the little poem?
The line to whiclli I refer ran thus: "As
women do, as women will." Unfortunately
I am shamefully deficient in my ability to
retain the words of anything in my mind.
I am sure, Mr. Editor, that the republica
tion by you of the beautiful little jioeni,
somewhere atlout on the sea of literature,
will j.lease iiiiny, beside, yours truly
(Can any f our readers furnish u- the
jKjem? En. Bulletin.)
, AT THE I'LANTKKS IIOIK.
Simon Holt, Ballard. Kv.; Robt llo'.t,
Ballard, Ky.; C. F. Dodge, St. Louis; E.
M. B.-echer, St. Lmis; T. M.Brown, Pa-.h,
Ind.; R. B. Witldrojie, Murj.liysboro: F.
Weber Benton, St. Louis; O. G. Hoffman,
Grand Tower; W. Coffey, Jackson, Teun.;
J.C. Willis, MetrojHilis; R. i. Grist, Pa iu
cah; F. L. Liuous. Ma lisonville, Ky.; Si
rah Linou. Madisonville, Ky.; John Bums.
N. O.; T. J. Keefe, St. Louis; J. D. Keu
dnck, Cincinnati; Tlioj, Hails, Centralis:
G. W. Martin, Bardwell, Ky.; Tlnw. J.
Dodge, St. Louis.: A. S. Hills, Charleston,
Mo.; Mrs. Lillie Walle, Charleston, Mo.; G.
W. Shields and wife, Sikeston. Ma.; John
T. Milliken, N. O.; Fred Hoffman, Ul'.iu;
F. Silverman, Charleston, Mo.; C. II. Call,
Ullin; M. V. Cassener, Fanny Farm, Ky.;
Jus. J. Irvin, Poj)!ar Bluff;:. G. Degoff.
AW'diirsday, A pril Tt 1 1
AKTKllNOON AND RVKNIMJ
RIAL and DRAPER S
Fumoiiit t oinpany in the gicHt moral ami pUlii1-"
"Undo. Tom's Cabin."
(iratnl So'nle. nnd Mrhanlral ftl'ertH. A triiiu'd
donkey. Fall baud of COLOHKl) JL'HILEK.
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