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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 1G. 1886.
A LU AUVKHTISKMnNTS In tlila column, of
l Sve 1 id wo mictj ur iis trill lo puMltlied lor in
veil ono inwrtion; some. ceutu; i weou, iw;
oath. 19; U mouthx without change, 81.00 per
Mailt). EiicU additional lino, prorata. Situations
PIANO FOK SALE.
A aeven octave, rote wood cum plnno, four ronnl
cornt rr and carved leg, lu ijoimI condition, for aaWt
nt t irreat bargain. Apply at the residence 01 m
B. lUrn ll.
A Rood bouDkeepr, one who 11 intt-rf tnml lionet
Voonimr mill luiiiiiiiif rhllil run. German nrvfurred .
Appl at thi oltlco for farther lufiirmBtlou. lief.
Hot'NE FOK BALK.
A onu atnnr. 3 roomed cotuuii. roof nearly new,
timbers all found. Can bo removed with little ox
pnna. Heon lor Mllnif want tho lot for oilier
purpose. Apply l na leiim, uunr naMiiuir
Furntahad room with hoard for gentleman and
witt! or two indU'f . K nature at tin omcc.
II. MAREAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
Office 140 U, amerclal avenue. Hestdonco corner
I'oiiru ruth tst. and V iifliluton avunuo, Ciairo.
R. E. W.WIIITLOCK,
OrmrB No. 136 Commercial Avenue, between
aUk.h .....I VI... V.
J)U. W. C. JOCELYN.
OFFICE Eighth Street, near Commercial Avontio.
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OFFICE: With tho Widows' and Oorpnans' Mil
ual Aid Society.
PROPRIETOR OF SrROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON,VELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
YOCUM & BRODERICK,
STAPLE and FANCY
Washington Avenue, Cor.
CAIRO. - - ILiIjS.
rjHE CITY NATIONAL HANK
W. P. IIALLIUAY, President.
H. L. HALLIDAY, Viro-l'reMdeiit.
THUS. W. IIALLIUAY, CVIiier.
1. STAATS TA VIZIR, W. I". HAM.I'IAV,
BINKY L. HALLIDAT, R. It. f'CKNINUIIAM,
a. D. WIU.UMHON, OTKrilKN IIIHII,
a. n. cakdes.
Exchange, Coin and United States howls
JiOUliUT AND SOLD.
Dopltrecotvcd and a usnornl lianklnu Imaiiifrt
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Miaulacturor of and Dealur InAlao
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
, tSTiix kind or job wons rms to onnsnjfl
NO. , EPiHTH STREET,
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THE DAILY BULLETIN,
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LINOIS, A9 SECOND-CLASS MATTER.
OFFICIAL TAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY,
Sionai Owog, I
Caiho, 111.. April 15. ISsO f
Time. Ilur. Ther. llum. Wind. Vil Weather.
6 .m an.!)? 6
7 " 2II.OT i-i
in Nun ca
2p.m., S9.ffl m.
Culm 13 Lt.IUIn
Calm IS Threafu
Culm 34 FocL'jr
H K lu Fair
Maximum Temperature. 8 j Minimum Turn
perntiire. MS; Kiiiul'ull 0 !i Inch.
River 30 feet V luche. Full 1 foot 10 Inches.
W. II. KAY,
Serc't Slcnal Coma. lT. S. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Jacob Kline desires the public to know
that ho has perfected his machinery lor the
manufacture of stone in blocks, nnd is now
ready to receive orders for sidewalk slabs,
foundation stone, building corners, window
sills, cups, etc. Orders will receive prompt
attention, and be filled without delay,
FOR SALE CHEAP,
the following machinery, all in first-class
order: One boiler nearly new, 40 inches
diameter, 24 feet long, with smoke stack;
one 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 off saw;
throe shaping machines; ono routing ma
chine for bed posts and rails; one self-feed
slat tenanting machine, one boring ma
chine; one power mortising machine; two
turning lathes; three Emery whee!s,mounted
on shafts and frames; sixty feet of 2 inch
line shafting with pulleys. For price en
quire iit Furniture Factory,
Tue "Active" cooking stove, the best
ever brought to this market. Call and see
it, at Davidson's.
Mr. ("has. Shocnmeyer, proprietor of Hie
Germania house, situated at the junction
of Poplar and Tenth streets and Wasli-
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 n fiords, nnd the general ac
commodations afforded fire not surpassed
by any private boarding house in tip city.
For Sale For cash, a new two-hun-Ircd
dollar Mendelssohn piano, for 123,
and the freight from factory. Apply at
ICE! ICE! PURE LAKE ICE!
F. M. Ward will enter the field again
lis season, with his ice wagons, and will
be prepared, as former! v, to furnish pure
lake ice, in any part of the city, every day.
any quantity desired. The fact that he
will L'ive the business his personal super-
visi n, furnishes a guarantee that his pat
rons will be promptly, faithfully and satis
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 c.mvass, give Lightfiot & Shelton, who
represent the celebrated Auburn Company,
your order. If not satisfied, no charges.
Agents wanted. Special fi rms on applica
tion. Call at Mrs. Stiles'. Seventh street.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD CO.
TO THE PUBLIC.
CmcAiio, March Hist. 1S0.
On April 1st, the Illinois Centihl
Railroad compny commences the sale of
local tickets on all of its luu" in Illinois
at three cents per mile, in place f four
cents as heretofore.
We trust thatthis reduction will meet the
approbation of our patrons, -uul will nse.lt
in materially stimulating local trawl along
the lino Respectfully,
W. P. Johnson, Gen. Pass. Agt.
All members of the Delta City Fire
Company ttro requested to meet at theii
hull at 12:110 o'clock, for the purpose of
participating in the ceremonies intending
the reception of Gen. U. S. Grant.
15y order of company.
Ciiai'.lks Osri-iiLoii, Sec'y.
GENERAL LOCAL NEWS.
Go to Coming' for sheet music. A
large invoice ol all descriptions jiM re
ceived. General Grant and party will go north
from this place on a special train, placed at
their disposal by the Illinois Central.
Should there be no mishaps oruimvou'.
able tUlays, General Grant and party will
arrive in Cairo about two o'clock this after
noon. Wo havo heard of only one new case
of scarlet fever in tho city, as the develop
ment of the past few duys.
Two hundred, and fifty new pieces of
Tocal and Instrumental music Just received
John Qulucy McGee, late city attorney,
arrived in tho city yesterday, and will "fes
tlvite," to day, as becomes hU now rolo of
Ilartman's new hall, the most spacious
iu tho city, will be Illuminated this
evening, and open to tho Inspection ot
The Anna National Guards a well
drilled and thoroughly equipped military
organization will be numbered among
our visitors to-day.
-Mrs. Clara Kyle and Mrs. II. II. Mil
burn arc absent on a visit to Charleston
Mo., and not an a visit as stated, yesterday
to Chsrleston, S. C.
The dog pound is located for tho pres
cnt, in the rear of the Arab cnglno house
Our only purpose in mentioning this fact is
to bo "newsy"this and nothing more.
Among the able and distinguished
Democrats of Southern Illinois, who met
the congressional central committee, yester
day, was Hon. W. J. Allen, of Carbondal
The city was full of "leading Demo
crats," yesterday. Most of them, subsided
into the quiet dignity of substantial citi
zens, will remain among us during tho
Tom Richardson was arrested by Slice
han for disorderly conduct yesterday, aiul
Squire Comings imposed the fine, which
supposed equal to Thomas' offending, and
the marred peace and dignity of the muni
Visitors among us to-ilay, will 6co
Cairo at its worst. All Its ugly features of
sipe-water, muddy streets nnd stilted side
walks have combined to give onr city its
most unseemly aspect. This fact the
strangers among us should bear m mind.
Squire Osbnrn issued a warrant yester
day for the arrest of Marion Garrett,
against whom a charge of disorderly con
duct had been alleged. The complainant
failing to put iu an appearance, the accuset'
was discharged from custody.
Johnny Marnell is in the city. During
the two months past he has been a resident
of St. Louis. He is not here by "special
appointment," and desires no diversion or
division of "honors," etc. He hopes to pass
the day simply as one of the observers. He
will remain in the city a week or two.
The heavy, drenching rain of last
night, was certainly indicative of impassa
hie streets this morning, or a portion at
least, of the line of march fixed upon. If
the result be as indicated the line should
accommodate itself to the streets and side
walks that are passable.
The Comique band was abroad in full
force yesterday, discoursing very choice
street music. It would be difficult to call
together six "hornists" who play in better
accord than the six ot the Comique band.
The orchestra is the largest nnd best that
ever played in a Cairo theatre.
Hon. John II. Obcrly, who was cx
pected in the city, yesterday, failed to make
"(lose connection" with the out going train,
thus necessitating a lie over. He will
reach Cairo this morning, however, accom
panied by his two daughters, Edith and
The young gentleman who indulged in
the rare diversion of plunging their unpro
tected fists through the windows of busi
tiess houses, a tew evenings since, have
been "spotted" by Officer Schuckers, who
will, as soon as he accumulates a little more
e vidence, bring the young gentleman to
Collector Hodges paid over to the city
treasurer, yesterday, the round sum of ten
thousand dollars, and to the school treasur
er of this township, (17, range I) the fur
ther sum of live thousand dollars. Such
heavy payments, at so curly a period in the
sei.son, are unusual, and speak of very ef
fective work in the collector's office.
The colored population.including their
several societies, will take part in the
parade to-day, under the marshalship of
Mr. Samuel Owens and his several assist
ants, The following named persons will
art for the colored people as a Grant recep
tion committee : W. T. Scott, J. W. Sides,
N. Henry, John Gladney and T. C. Clark-
The Rough and Ready and tho Delta
City fire companies will take part in the
parade to-day; but the Arabs nnd Hiber
nians will participate merely ns citizens.
Should the streets be in a passable condi
tion the procesnon will be one of tho larg
est seen in the city, since the time when
the city's honored guest was tho comman
der of the post of Cairo.
Tho Illinois Central train will remain
in Cairo until 1 o'clock in the morning, that
the excursionists may participate in the
festivities of the evening. The Cairo and
Ymcennes train will leave, on its return
trip at (1 o'clock this evening. Parties who
may wish to remain over, however, can take
the train that leaves at 15 o'clock in the
The linlies of the Women's Club and
Library association are peifecting arrange
ments for a dramatic entertainment at the
Athencum, on Thursday evening, April
29th, Tho niimes of the ladies who arc
active in the preparations, furnish in them
selves, an ample assurance that the enter
tainment wilt be of i high order and de
serving of un overflowing house.
The ladies to whom has been commit
ted tho work of decorating the reception
and ball room for the evening's use, deairo
a further and liberal supply of Spanish
moss, autumn leaves, flowers and ever
green, delivered at Reform hall this morn
ing or at as curly an hour during tho day
as possible. Let tho response bo prompt
and equal to the domands of tho occasion
Tickets for tho ball and reception in
honor of General U. 8. Grant, have been
placed on sale at O'Hara's drug store, Uu
der's jewelry store and F. Korsmeyer's
cigar store. This is dono to enablo thoso
holding invitations, to conveniently supply
themselves with tickets during the day,
ana to thus avoid delay that may be inc:
dent to the rush in the evening.
J. R. Mayham, Esq,, of Murphyshoro,
arrived in the city yesterday, Rtid will rc
main to participate iu tho ball and recep
tion of this evening. Democrats in a!
parts of the district are strongly in favor of
making Mr. Mayham our next state sen
tor. He is a gentleman of ability, of great
personal popularity, and would serve his
party and people faithfully and intelU
Tho lady managers of the St. Joscp!
church fair, will furnish meals during the
day and evening, at the low price of
twenty-five cents. The menu will be found
to embrace most toothsome luxuries with
nn abundance of substantial, including, of
course, n supply of most excellent Mocha
Java and Rio coffee. The table is spread
in the hall of the Hibernian engine house
Tho brick dwelling, occupied by M
R. Harrell's family, can now be runted by
a good tenant. It contains nine rooms, has
recently been painted, grained nnd p.ipere
throughout, nni is one of the. pli-nsuntest
ana most conveniently arranged homes in
tho city. Possession can be obtained Mav
1st. Apply, mean vhile, to Mr. M. J. Row
ley, or on the premises.
Hon. Win. Hartzell, the predecessor
ofCapt. Thomas, as our representative in
congress, arrived hi Cairo yesterday, an
participated in the Democratic conference
invited Ky the congressional central com
mittce. Aside from the friends made
through his prudence and industry as n
representative, Mr. Hartzell has hosts of
friends, of all shades of politics, in every
community in the Eighteenth district.
A very perceptible dash of hail accom
panicd the rain, letween the hours of 9 and
10 o'clock, last night. For an interval of a
half hour or more succeeding.this dash the
rain came down as plentifully and almost
as noisily as "the waters at Lodore
poured, and was perfectly merciless on the
remnant of hope left of fair skies and navi
gable highways for to-day's doings
The recent rains have had a tine effect
upon the wheat crop. Gentlemen I mm
different portions of southern and central
Illinois, with whom we conversed yester
day, inform us that the prospects of a mag.
niflcent crop were never more encouraging.
Added to a largely increased acreage the
excellent condition of the crop augurs well
for the "hardy tillers of the soil," and en
courages very pleasant anticipations ot
"bursting granaries'' and "plethoric purses."
The Mayor has appointed n special
police force, strong enough, in conjunction
with the regular force, to quiet turmoil and
prevent disturbances in any part of the,
city. Rut as everybody will come to Cairo
in a complacent mood, genial and good
natured, the police, we opine, will have but
little service to perform. But the extra
force is, as Mrs. Tuodles remarked about
the coffins, "a handy thing to have" about
T. F. B)Utou,of the Jonesboro Gazette,
and member of tho Democratic state central
committee, was m the city, yostc-Muy, m
consultation with the Democratic congres
sional committee and other leading D"ino-
crtits who had been invited to attend the
committee's meeting. Ronton is one of the
ingrain Democrats of southern Illinois, is
a hard worker, and publishes one of the
best and most reliable Democratic weekly
papersth.it reach our exchange table.
The report recently telegraphed from
Cairo to the effect that the fruit had been
killed in Southern Illinois, lacks, we are
glad to say, the essential clement ot truth.
The fruit is neither killed nor seriously in
jured. In the low lands strawberry blooms
have been blighted to some extent; but tho
peach crop promises an abundant yield.
Indeed, now that we may consider ourselves
"out of the woods" of climatic dangers, we
are counting upon one of the most abun-
lant yields of fruits, produced in
Southern Illinois for many years.
The committee of arrangements have
asked us to request our citizens U display
from their residences or business houses,
such flags, banners, mottoes or transparen
cies, as will be fitting to tho occasion, dur
ing the day and evening. The respect and
honor due to the city's distinguished guest,
would move many of our people to testify
in that manner the pleasure inspired by his
visit; but now that the committee- add a
respectful request, it may bo hoped that no
citizen who has hunting or other means of
decoration at his command, will fail to dis
play it from his residence or place of busi
ness. We are pleased to announce, in accord
ance with u notice given elsewhere, that
two of our fire companies have concluded
to take part in the parade to-day in honor
of General Grant's presence. Tho fact that
many of our firemen ore employed un
der salaries or connected with business
that requires their personal supervision
may prove an obstacle in tho way of a full
turnout, but a fair display and proof
f good will (which wo know actuates all
of our firemen) will be tho result in any
event. A call upon the Deltas is published
every Delta who can possibly attend, is ex
pected to report himself promptly at tho
Ella Davis, a colored damsel, has, lor
some time, been suspected of abstacting
from tho dry goods store of Mr! Charley
htuart, certain articles of dress goods, to
wit: Seasonable silk stuffs, fashionable
embroideries ami other nrticles essential iu
the adornment of the female form divine
Officers Sheehan and Dunker, obtaining
small clue "worked up the case," und yes
terday took the colored damsel under ar
rest. The preliminary inquiry was made
before Squire Robinson, who, considering
the evidence sufficiently strong to warrant
further proceedings, required of Ella a
bond in the sum of $100, to await the uc
turn of the grand jury. Tho bond was n
filled, and the sable damsel languishes
Charles A. Gilbert and Miss Emma
Parker, a good looking and sprightly ymin
couple came into tho city from Hodge's
Park, yesterday, and after visiting County
Clerk Humm, repaired to the office of
Sqiure Osbnrn, and intimated a wish tube
matrimonially hitched in the most expedi
tious manner sanctioned by custom or law,
as both of them were unxions to go out by
a conveyance that was impatient to be off,
Squire Osbnrn being engaged at the mo
lnent, the anxious couple stepped into the
shop of L. S. Marshall, hard by, and there,
surrounded bvsueh gloomv reminders of
one's latti.r cm!, ns empty burial cases and
wooden loffins, were made one flesh by Mr
Marshall. 1 lie knot thus tie.'., the couple
hied tlii in tiwav, an I "may the Lord be
merciful to them as they are loving to one
The delinquent tax list, which will be
published in Tiik Wkekly Bllllti.v, of
Monday next, is the smallest one published
m Alexander county during the past
twenty years. This fact argues that Collec
tor Hodges has made the closest collections
effected during that period that, while he
has oppressed no one, he has exercised
great vigilance and industry iu securing to
the state, the countv, citv and schools the
sinews of successful administration, there
by earning the prui.-es of all concerned
Mis collections last year, even before the
stimulus of the new revenue law came to
his aid, were t!ie best that had been made
for inoif than a half score of years, and
this result lie accomplished, not by bully
ing or threatening processes, but by con
stunt watchfulness, by friendly reminders
to the slow und careless, an 1 through a de
termination, well pursued, to leave no sum
uncollected whatever labor or inconveti
lence tne couccuun might miprose upou
him, personally. To employ plainer Eng
lish, a better collector than Hodges has
shown himself to be has never tilled the
office in Alexander county.
The railroads, to-day, promise to biiug
into our city all t!ie visitors their available
rolling stock can accommodate. More
especially will this be tho ea-e if the
weather tie propitious. The Illinois On.
tral has fixed its excursion rates at such a
low fmurc that cost will scarcely prove an
impediment to the coming of the inot im
pecunious. The road will run a special
train from Centralia, and as the round trip
from that point will cost only 2.2o, and as
the fare from intermediate stations has been
put "way'down" to one cent per mile, we
shall expect a great "army with banners"
y that route, immediately after mid-day
say about 2 p. m. The Cairo and Vinceii-
nes will also run an excursion train from
Mt. Carmel, leaving that point at :) a.
m. lhe lairo and incennes like the Cen
tral, has established remarkably low, rates,
and will bring in its hundreds of sturdv
i'lgyptains, at about the same hour the
Central train arrives. Tin; Cairo and St.
Louis road has also offired most liberal in-
lucements to residents along the line, and
will contribute a quota to our crowd equal
if not larger than the hosts that
will arrive by the other routes. The "over-the-river"
roads will bring iu their lain-
Ireds; crowds will come by steamboats and
other moans of conveyance spelling the
number of our visitors up into the thous
ands. These calculations, as we have al
ready intimated, are ma le from a fair
weather standpoint. In any event, how-
ever, the presence of General Grant anion"
us, will call out a large number of people,
especially from tho immediate neighbor
Hon. T. W. Halliday has, as our read
ers have been apprised, yielded to the pub-
icly and privately expressed importunities
of the voters of tho Fifth ward, and con-
finted to stand for re-election to the ollice
of alderman 'from, that ward. Adolph
Swoboda, an intelligent and thrifty busi
ness man, has announced himself ns a can
didate in the Fourth ward. Mr. 11. F.
Rlake, an active, energetic and substantial
citizen, is a candidate in tho Third ward;
and Mr. C. R. Woodward, acceding to a
public call, will stand for re-election iu the
Second ward. With these candidates in
tho field, tho voters of tho wards named
should bn satisfied, as all of them will be
moved to a discharge of their duties by tin
lonest disposition to do thnt which they
may conceive to be most conducive to the
public welfare. They are men of practical
sense, havo engineered thoir personal af
fairs with eminent success, and all of them
possess a property as well as a common in
terest in Cairo. In tho First ward no can
didate is formally before the people. We
havo heard it intimated that Mr. Saup
this morning, and as we wfcro admonished
to "give it a ?ood place," wo take it that
will bo a candidate for re-election. Wo havo
also heard tho naino of Mr. Mocklet men
tioned in that connection. In any event,
there seems to bo a determination among
tho voters there to uot permit the represen
tation from that ward to tall bclov Its pres
ent standard of integrity and intelligence.
Mr. Howley, who holds over, is ono of tho
most faithful nnd useful members of the
council. Ho should be furnished the sup
port of an able and trustworthy colleague,
let his name or nationality bo what it may.
Well applied industry, characterized
by the virtuo of continuity, und clfort lim
ited by the sustaining power of tho capital
at command, has Invariably brought suc
cess to ono und till of our citizens who have
established skilled industries in our midst.
We can call to mind no instance of failure,
where these important essentials jn nearly
every productive pursuit, have been duly
observed. We have in our mind's eye. at
this moment, respected citizens ol Cairn,
who came here quite penniless who com
menced at the "lower round" of the indus
trial ladder, but who, industriously em
ploying the helps they possessed in the
strong muscles and sinews of their good
right arms, and circumscribing their oper
ations to the supporting means they secursd
as the fruit of industry we have such citi
zens in our mind's eye, we repeat, who, to
day, are the proprietors of large and pros
perous manufacturing interests, and who
are pursuing the certain highway to world
ly plenty. The ascent of "the ladder" in
volved toil, a careful study of those "means
that make both ends meet," but the upper
"rungs" arc now in iew, und the future of
these men is all aglow with bright
promises. hence we say, as
wo have said a thousand times before,
that no locality in the west or south pre
sents better opportunities, or guarantees
ampler rewards for the industrious and
provident artisan for the manufacturer
who is content to prosper as his ow n means
may justify his prosperity. no point on
cither of these great rivers presents strong
er inducements or greater advantages to
such a man, than does Cairo, Illinois. Wo
deal in these generalities, now, in the hope
that of the great multitude of people who
will congregate in our city to-day, the
.subject may arrest the attention of those
whom it may concern, and lea 1 to an inves
tigation into the details, with which, we
have, at this time, neither time nor space o
THE DAY'S PROGRAMME.
WHAT IS TO LE PONE, HOW AND liV WIIoll.
The following is the programme adopted
by the committee having In charge-the re
ception ofOciicra! Grant and party, to-dav.
The train upon which the General is
coming, will arrive at 2 o'cloc k p. m. As
the steamer conveying the party passes the
city a national salute will be fired. Toe
General's car will be brought to the IlIinoH
Central depot, where the party will disem
bark and be conducted to carriages. A
procession wi.l then be formed on
Fourth street, in the following order, with
the right resting on Ohio levco.
First Grand marshal and aids nn horse
ack. Second Comique band.
Fourth General Grant and party in car-
Fifth Committee of arrangements in
Sixth His Honor. Mayor Thistlewoud,
the city council and visiting municipal au-
Seventh Delta silver cornet band.
Eighth Cairo fire department.
Ninth Civic societies.
Tenth Citizens on foot.
Eleventh Citizens in carriages.
1 lie procession will tlcu move up the
Ohio Levee to Fourteenth street, west on
fourteenth street to Washington avenue,
south on Washington avenuo to Twelfth
street, east on Twelfth street
Commercial avenue, south on Com-
ncrcial avenue to Sixth street, west
on Sixth street to Washington
avenue; north on Washington avenue to
the Tenth street music stand, where ad-
lresses of welcome will be made by Mayor
I'histlewood on behalf of the city, and by
lion. W, H. Green on behalf of tho citizens,
after which a public reception will bo held
at tho stand for visitors.
A public reception will also be held at
the rooms of tho Reform club (which havo
iceii handsomely decorated for the occa
sion by a committee of ladies).
From 7:30 p. m. to 0:110 p. m., a fine die
play of fire works will be made from tho
Tenth street muyic stand, beginning at 8
grand ball and supper will be given at
the St. Charles hotel in the evening.
Societies intending to take part in tho
parade are requested to iiftify the grand
inar8lml,athis headquarters, in Cunningham
Ss Smith's oflicc, No. 77 Ohio Levee, not
atcr than ten o'clock, this morning, stating
the number ot members that will urobably
be iu proccssion.so that proper position may
lo assigned them, in duo season to prevent
delay or confusion.
A ERR tn your own town, and no
capital risked. Yon can glvo the
bualncaa a trlnl without vspenan.
Thehuit opportunity ever offered fur
tlnmo wlllinii to work. You ihould
a try tiuihniBelao till you aeo fur your
;lf what von can do at the l.imlncM we offer. No
irtom to explain horn. You fan devo'io all yur
tlniii or only your aparo time to the bumncm, and
malco great uuy for rvury hour that you work.
Women tnaku aa much an num. Ho ml tot attuclat
private terms and partlculura, whlcu we mall Iron,
,1 oBtrll frvo, Iton'tconiplaln of hard time wlilla
.uu uaT iucq cnanca. Auoruia u. u&i,l& it a