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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 30, 1880.
ALL Al'VKHTIJKMRXTH tu thin column, of
ive lines each orle.swill bo iulill-he(l lorll
jtiu one lnertiou;S times, fill cents; 1 week, ln:
ontli. IV; S months without clmni;c,tl.tiii per
on til. bu ll tamilimal line, prorata, suuanuns
Wort inri dwelling house formerly occupied ly
Phil. 8. Ilteey. at (iroeiilleld's Laudine., Mo Ai
ply lo Mr. (irciulield.
FOR HALE. , ,
Wanted to mill the good will. stock and flx!nri-
of second hand store on Commercial avenue, ncur
Kltnatlon a laborer in warehouse or clsowure.
stone anxious to work. Apply hi Pclta hoteleor
jjdress Jfl'i" Wi "He.
Office moms -over Ta'irs Jewelry mre. Knr
terms, etc., apply at tlie More.
II. MAREAN, M. D
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
Office 140 Oo imercial avenue. Hesldence comer
f oartceotb St. and Washington avenuu, Cairo.
R. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Ottici-No. YV, Commercial Avenue, between
Bigbtb and Ninth Street
R. W. (.'. JOCELYN,
OFFICE Eii'lita Street, near Commercial Avenue.
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OFFICE: With the- Widow' and Oorpnaus' . il
eal Aid Society.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
Cor, Twelfth Street and Levee,
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Washington Avenue, Coi',
CAIRO. - - ILLS.
rpiIE CITY NATIONAL HANK
W. P. II ALL! DAY, I're!dent.
II. L. IIALLIDAY. Vlec I're-idcm.
Illo.-i. W. IIALLIDAY, CaMiier.
I. TAATTAYI.ll. W. V, HALLWAY.
BtMlV 1.. HAI.UIHV, It. II. ITNNINUIIAM,
. u. Williamson, nmin r.iitu,
II. II. CANIIKK.
Exchange, Coin and United States Bonds
lltil-t.HT AND S(iI.I).
Dopnhlturff.eivi-u and a jein nil liatikini! Iiiisiiie-s
I ALL SORTS. SIZES AX I) STYLES,
"'. MuiiulaMuivr of kikI Deu.ei' In Aim
( TIN,' COPPER & SHEET IRON WARE
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j Cord Wod, sstovo Wood,
;i BIG MUDDY COAL
WOOD AM) COAL 'AI!1:
n Tenth Street, Bet ween Washington mid
H ' Colunieiciul.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Only 3Iornlnr Dully in Southern Illinois
KNTLIllll) AT Till! l'OKT OKKICE IN CAIHO, IL
LINOIS, AS HECONO-CLAM MATTKH.
OFFICIAL rAI'KH OF ALEXANUElt COUNTY.
KrnoHt II. Thleleoke, City Kditor.
Caibo, 111.. April , IHSi)
Time. Har. Tier. Uum. Wind. Vel Weather.
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Maximum Temperature. 6.H0; tllnlmuni Tem
perature, S7i itaintaii u.tM menu,
ldver 31 feet 10 Inches. Kino 1 loot 5 iuoh.
W. II. KAY,
Seri't Simial Corps. U. S. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices lu thin column, five cent per line, each
Foh Sale For cash, n new two-hundred
dollar Mendelssohn piano, for 123,
and tlie freight from factory. Apply at
Just received at Thk Dulletix oflice u
stock of paper especially for "Hectograph"
ICE! ICE! PCRE LAKE ICE!
F. M. Ward will enter the field again
this season, with his ice wagons, and will
he prepared, as formerly, to furnish pure
lake ice, in any part of the city, every day,
in any quantity desired. Tlie fact that he
will give the busiuess his personal super
vision, furnishes a guarantee that his pat
rons will be promptly, faithfully and satis
The undersigned will, on and after
May 1st, lie prepared to furnish our citi
zens a first rate quality of ice cream,
equal in every way to that furnished in
Chicago, made fresh daily, and furnished
in freezer, from one gallon upwards; deliv
ered to any part of the city. This cream is
made by an experienced artist and cannot
tail to give satisfaction on trial. Orders
left at ice house, corner Eighth and Levee,
will receive prompt attention. Will be fur
uished at per gallon in quantities from
one gallon upwards, Robeut Hewktt,
To my old customers and as many n.'w
ones who read this, greeting: I am pre
pared to deliver in any part of the city ice
of best quality and at the lowest possible
price. I respectfully solicit your patron
age and guarantee satisfaction. Ice box on
Eighth street, next to Bristol's, open at all
hours, day or night. Orders tilled either
from wagon or at the ice box.
SALT'S ICE CREAM PARLORS.
The warm weather is here and Phil. II.
Saup has prepared for it. He has estab
lished himselt in his new quarteis next to
the corner of Eighth street and Washing
ton avenue, and is prepared to furnish the
best of ice cream and anything in the con
fectionery line, in any quantity. on short
notice. His rooms tor the accommodation
of parties wishing to refresh themselves
with a plate of his delicious cream, are ele
gant and complete in all their appoint
ments. He deserves, and no doubt will re
ceive the liberal patronage of our citizens
for tl.e pains he has taken in furnishing
them with .such an excellent establishment.
Give him a call.
THE TIME AM PLACE.
The time is now, and the place is ('. V.
Henderson's, corner Twcllth and I'unmer
cial, to buy Simmon' patent refrigerators.
A large stock, ali sizes and prices, just re
ceived; also a lull assortment of watir
coolers, fishing tackle, win.' cloth for window
screens and a full slock of the cc!ol;r,;ted
"White Mountain" ice-cream freeze! s.
Prices, "mck bottom."
A No. 1 dressmaker, cue that can cut and
lit, lo go to work immediately, to whom
steady employment will be given. Will
pay as much or mote than any one. Apply
to Mrs, Driscoll, Commercial avenue, near
Counter, shelving and show ca-cs. New.
Inquire at 1'. il. S m u.
I am prepared to pump cm! an i repair
cisterns promptly and at piics t x 1 1 1 the
times. Apply at No. Wititei'-. t".v; or
by postal rurd. ,1. S. Hawkins.
Cairo, April '.'!i, tn.
NOTICE ()F REMOVAL.
For the accommodation of the public
generally, I have removed from the factory
building, corner of isevenleeiiih street and
Washington avenue, toNo. 101 ('nmnit icial
avenue, where I am better prepared to dis
play my large stock, consisting of household,
parlor und kitchen furniture, which fur
quality, .neatness and pi ie" cannot be stir
passed. ('AMI' I'll M1!S AM) ( lill.lUll.N'. 1Uii(;;,s
A specialty. Everybody is invited to ex
amine my stock. Reiueiubcr the place. Sixth
and Commercial, next to Dan llartmann's
old stand. Respectfully,
Wm. Etaiitoi I-.
VERY DROLL TO THINK OF
If not uIkivo being taught by a man, use
Dobblu's Electric Soap next wash day
Used without any wash boiler or rubbing
bourd, and used dill'ercntly from tiny other
soap ever made. It seems very droll to
think of a quiet, orderly two hours' light
work on wash day, with no heat and no
steam, or smell of tho washing through the
house, instead of a long day's hard work;
but hundreds of thousands of women from
Nov ia Scotia to Texas have proved for
themselves that this is doue by using Dob
bins' Electric Soap, Don't buy it, however,
if too set iu your ways to use it according
to directions, that are as simple as to
seem almost ridiculous and so easy that n
girl of 12 years can do a large wash with
out being tired. It positively will not in
jure the finest fabric, has been before the
While for fifteen years, and its sales double
every year. If your grocer has not got it.
he will get it, as wholesale grocers keep it
leyer & Kespohl, wholesale agents. I. L
Cragin & Co., Philadelphia.
G. D. Williamson &, Co.,
Wholesale Agents, Cairo, Ohio Levee
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice in tlu'i"u columns, tea ctnts per line,
Mr. J. C. Zimmer has returned Irom
Remember that Harlow, Wilson, Prim
rose A West show at the Atheneuin to
night. Mr. E. F. Davis has settled with his
creditors, paying twenty-five cents on the
tine of Cole's agents says that t!u elec
tric light is "x blazing beacon, without
blur or blot."
It was with regret that we yesterday
learned of sickness in the family of Mr. H.
Gossmau. Two of his children are quite
The wonderful electric light produces
a dazzling and bewildering effect, and is
used in Cole's circus.
The poem with which Kate W.
has tavore 1 us will be found in these col
umns this morning. It is fully up to the
('apt. McKinney. has been tinder the
weather for several days, but his illness so
far, we are pleased to learn, has not inter
fered with the discharge of his duties.
The sales at the Planters' warehouse
were as well attended as it could have been
expected. A dozen hogsheads were sold,
the highest price received being six dollars.
We have sampled the fresh baked
cakes of Jno. Rees's bakery and pronounce
tlieiu iu variety and quality, unsurpassed
by auy similar establishment in the west.
Some parties, who had more knowledge
of "hunting the turkey and the quail" than
of tlie law, yesterday brought some of the
aforesaid birds to our market and disposed
The communication of "A Reader of
Thk lii j.r.KTiN," reached us at a late hour
l-t night, and hence we found it impossi
ble to make room for it. It will appear to
morrow. Perhaps the lowest portion of Wash
ington avenue, and therefore the muddiest
iu wet weather, is the stretch between
Eighteenth and Twenty-first streets, upon
which earth was yesterday being hauled
underthe supervision of Street Superin
Mr. Patrick O'Cullahan. one of our
staunch and industrious Irish citizens, w ho
has resided her tor not less than twenty
years, will leav - the city with his family to
day tor Kansas. As is quite natural, the
family has w host of warm friends here
whose best and k'n.lest wishes they have
tor t'.ieir future.
The Genera! Conference of the Metho
dist Episcopal Church will meet at Cincin
nati Saturday. Over rive hundred delegate-,
will be present. Among the leading
subjects to be considered is the extension
of the pastoral term beyond three years.
Four or five new bishops will be elected.
Rev. Whitaker will attend from this city.
Sheriff 1 lodges left the city for the
country yesterday going to Thebes on
business connected with his office and
will be ab.-ent until Saturday. He has
pres-ed our Coroner, Mr. Dick Fitzgerald,
into service and that gentleman, who is an
excellent penman, will not only adorn the
office with Ids presence, but will als d',s
eitaige its duties during the absence of our
A colored gentleman, who, Squire Rnh.
inson informs us. fis "nameless." was ar-iv-tea
by '!ieer Tyleryesterday for assault
ing and striking another gentleman who is
no; nameless," but whose name we have
forgiven. The nameless negro was lined
live di. lliirs and costs fur his willtul viola
lion of the ordinance, and not having wh it
Wa-Ymeton ir ing culls "the almighty dol
lar," w as sent to the lock-up.
Mr. Jno, Hagey will on m-xt Satur
day, be pivpatvd to furnish! the public
with all varieties of sausages, made in tin;
most approved style and of the best mate
rials. He will be found in Mr. Frank
Kline's bun her simp, near the comer of
Seventh street on Washington avenue,
where he will place on sale his celebrated
"Ruck" sausage," together with all other
sausages which lie will manufacture.
Mr. Louis C. Herbert has made exten
sive preparations nt his place of business on
Commercial avenue, near Eighth street, to
lurnihh all who may feel Incljned to avail
themselves of it, an opportunity to enjoy
themselves. He has secured somo of the
bet uctors, actresses, musical
talent and tricksters lu tho
country and will this evening open his
placo of amusement to the public, 41
As will he seen from a notice iu an
other column, Rev. A. Mann, a deaf-mute,
will hold services iu the Episcopal church
on Monday, the 10th proximo, in the lan
guage of the deaf-mutes. It being the first
opportunity ever offered our citizens her0 to
witness something ot this kind, ami tho ob
ject biting in part to draw, forth a small
contribution to a very worthy cause, we
have no doubt that our citizens will turu
out in force.
We desire to npprise tlie public of the
fact that the programme at tho Reform club
to-night will be one ot unusual interest.
The ladies will conduct the meeting and,
although they are capable of furnishing
very entertaining exercises, they will be as
sisted by the Reform club which has pro
cured several able speakers for the occasion.
This being the case the exercises will be
doubly interesting, nnd the meeting should
We regret exceedingly to hear of the
serious illness of Mr. Frank Metcalf, son of
our esteemed fellow citizen, Mr. James H.
Metcalf. He is at Aim Arbor, where dur
ing the past three years he has ni'iidc re
markable progress as a medical student
and has gained many honors. His ailment
is neuralgia and so very serious is it that he
will, if able, return to this city next week,
with the hope that the change of climate
may. in part at least, effect a cure.
It is with pleasure that we this morn
ing surrender space for Lin wood's poem.
It id, as her poems always are, full of the
choicest thoughts elegantly expressed
and eviuces but we will say no more, tor
we once undertook to do her justice by be
stowing deserved praise and thereby fright
ened her off, and hereafter we propose to
"lay low" if thereby we may bo more fre
quently favored with her productions.
The little unpleasantness which occur
red in California the other day was not
such as to deter Mayor Kalloch, the father,
from indulging in his usual relaxation.
While the body of the slaughtered Do
Young was being taken to the grave, this
ministeiial oilicial of 'Frisco was dashing
along the drives behind a spanking team
with his wife. And the son was lying in a
cell. Surely it is in that glorious climate,
and not in Southern Illinois, that a i ian
can enjoy life. I
Mr. Jim Greaney, the gentlemanly pro
prietor of the saloon ami boarding house
on the corner of Nineteenth and Commer
cial, day before yesterday received through
the postoffice, from St. Louis, a package
containing sixty tickets tor the ruffling off
a valuable black mare. The amount which
will be realized by thi-i scheme will be sent
to the stricken Irish in the old country, and
this being the case, we give publicity to
tlie fact that Mr. Grenney has the ticket
for sale, free gratis and without being re
quested to do so,
Not having been present at the entev
tertainment given for the benefit ot the la
dies of the Library Association, last night,
we cannot speak from positive knowledge
of the affair. Hut one who did attend, and
who is a competent judge of such things,
unhesitatingly pronounces it one of the best
entertainments, ol the kind that has ever
been given. Judging from the talent that
contributed to it. we cannot help but believe
that our informant spoke the truth, and we
have no doubt that the affair turned out
satisfactorily to all concerned.
-"Relative to physical beauty, our
American women pos-ess merely beauty of
face, almost never of form. Unfortunately,
the drying', irritating effects of the climate
and of American life cause the early loss of
even this. The English women, besides
beauty of face, possess beauty of form (as
well as character), and keep both to an ad
vanced age." So writes Mr. C. Howard
doling iu the "Sanitarian" for Mny. J(..
fore he had thus made up the verdict
against his countrywomen, .Mr. Young
ought to have visited .southern Illinois, es
pecially Cairo. Here he would have found
not only beauty of face, bet of form lithe,
graceful figures, the curves of which would
have delighted the eye of the most culiiired
of tin; ancient ( Jrct k..
Mr. Geo, Olmsted will probably re
ceive his papers that is his commission
Irom Springfield to-day and will have bis
oflice open for business on Monday uevt.
He has secured the room in the Herbert
building on the corner of Twelfth ami
Washington, which was formerly occupied
by Judge Hird, and which has been newly
painted and wall papered. We took a look
at the office yesterday and found it tube
quite hamUoinely furnished, it containing,
lim ing other things, tt hamii-oine desk
which was procured at St. Louis, nnd the
necessary accommodations i( .i- attorneys,
Mr. Olmsted h iving ih;- confidence ol our
pi opto will doubtless receive his share of
the civil business as well us nf ihi. criminal
business of the c ity nnd we may ninark,
while we are at it, tint we believe that
those of our people, e may entrust their
business to his care, will never have occa
sion to regret it.
It not being a fact of great importance
it slipped our memory yesterday that a ne
gro man had died in the boarding house of
a white woinan on Fourth stri ct on tho
morning of day before yesterday, He was
a river man, and being 111, was given a cer-
tiflcato by tho captain of tho boat iu order
that ho might gain admittance to our umr-
iitrt Lvu-iU,.! Tint .!,. , l. ir i
lut ius on iiisro late
tn Lrt tll'tlit I. A ..mil.l 41... I A
in the night he sought tho house of tho
auovo mentioned wonjau and obtained
lodging for tho night and was fouud dead
in the morning. Dr. Wood was sent for
and found that heart disease had been tho
cause of his death. He was asked to
bury tho remains but refused. Cor
oner Fitzgerald was then sent for and was
asked to hold an inquest over the body and
bury it, but the negro's death having re
sulted Irom natural causes he refused to
touch it. The captain's certificate having
been found, Dr. Carter, of the marine hos
pital, was next sent for und although the
certificate was O. K. he refused 'to take
charge of the remains, because the negro
had not passed an examination. Finally
Mr. Fibber was notified, but his objections
agreed with those of Doctor Carter, and tho
remains -ere left upon tho hands of tlie
woman. ' All of which argues, if it argues
anything, that Republicans have a more
kindly feeling for live "niggers" than
As is usual at about this time of the
year the voice of the cluonic grumbler, is
heard in our midst from the cross levee to
the point and from the Ohio to the Missiv
sippi levee, but especially are the ears ot
the newspaper men utllicted with the
"buzz" of these busy bees who, however,
are only busy at buzzing. They do noth
ing themselves, propose nothing, but growl
at everything suggested by others. Noth
ing pleases them. Everything is objection
able. They whine and snarl like a wild
animal devouring its prey. They find
fault with everything even with us occa
sionally. They pretend to examine every
thing proposed by enterprising men for the
public good for the sole purpose of finding
something to damn. These grumblers are
a public nuisance the torment of the
churches, tlie seedsticksof nolitica oarties.
barnacles upon civilization and pestiferous
canker worms upon the community in
which they live. They will persist in tell
ing us. without furnishing the proof, that
this officer ol the law has done this and
that officer has done that and
ask us to give publicity to their tale in or
der that our new council may not again
confirm them. They will bring in their
complaints against the health officer or
rather his assistants for industriously dis
charging their duties, and tell us with a
wise look that we ought to advocate their
removal from the force or there will be
h 1 to pay when the viinnier nioiiths coine
around. "They have notified me" "Yes,
and in u too," breaks in another, "to do this
and to do that, and there is that house
down on Washington avenue which you
know is a public nuisance, and ought to be
declared such, in the inter, -t ot public
heuith. And why don't they concern them
selves about important affairs and act
like sensible nun toward
I wish you would say something about this
in to-morrow's Bcllmin." We tell them
they ought to report tncir grievances to the
health officer himself, but no, they will :int.
and finally we part, telling tlieiu we will
think of the matter - w hich we ac
cordingly are now doing. These
growlers complain that the city au
thorities will --in the future, mark von.
not adopt the ncee-sarv precautions again
epidemics, and they growl still louder at
everything proposed or done by th. se offi
cers. They blag of what they would do
for the people in case of danger from any
disease in the future. nnd will
b. the fir.-t. like p.iuther Davis,
to ttee at the approach of
disease, and lire--We regret it -the first to
return when there is no danger and com
mence anew their old business of fault
finding. Tl.iy damn the action of the city
couneil in passing the privy vnult ordinance,
etc., and continually di -covering that
the cow has eaten up the grind stone, and
when we refuse to give voice to their
numerous complaints without first obtain
ing the proof, they smile sadly and tell is,
in a manner which is highly complimentary,
that "the d -d newspaper men of Cairo
ought to lie drowned in the ( Mi ii river."
DEAF MUTE RELIGIOUS SERVICE.
The Rev. A W. Mann, a deaf mute, will
hold services in the Church of the Redeem
er, Cairo, for deaf mutes on Monday, May
Kith, at 7 ::10 p. m. Any mutes not resident
in Cairn who desire to attend the services
are reiptesti-d to send word to the Rev. D,
A. Iluniar, Rector of the church at' Cairo,
at. once. All interested in the carrying of
the Word of Life to lire children of silence
are cordially invited to Attend. An offer
ing will be made for the benefit of The Mis
sioil to Deaf-mutes, the only Work ol tlie
kind in the country.
Papers in the neighborhood please fopy
and oblige D. A, I!os vit.
THE MI N 1ST It ELS LAST NIGHT.
Although the mime of the
minstrel troupe which held the
the stage at the. ( pera house last evening is
an awkward one, there was nothing awk
ward about the performance, which was the
best iii this line seen here of late, Harlow,
Wilson. Primrose & West's minstrels com
bine the best und most taking features of
tin; business, They are a large company iu
numbiT nnd great in lyrical, pantomimic,
farcical, gymnastic, and ojlier features.
They were received by a full house, und
from beginning to end the programme w as
applauded and greatly enjoyed. The or-
chestral part was excellent, and the funny
sayings of tho ten end men wero fresh and
taking. Hartford Daily Couraut, Jan. 6.
a . .
uo to uio Atnenuum tonight an 1 see them.
TWENTY-EIGHTH APRIL, 1880.
Thy birthday, Oh, my darling!
And thou art iu tho vale.
The strong, bravo hands are silent,
Tho tender lips are pale.
Soft through tho tall pine forest
The breath of sweet winds blow,
Hut they touch not the gohl-browu ringlet,
Nor tho face of shaded snow.
The hills iu emerald beauty,
With tho dew ol dawn are wet,
Tho valley still is pressing
To her breast the violet;
Still in the sunshine's crimson
They bathe in shade of eve,
Still in the moonlight's bilver,
Their fairy dreams they weave.
The humming-birds arc kinsiu.
The wild buds o'er thy head
Once the budding roses glistened,
Heneath thy feet iustead.
Forever in that valley,
Flushes and flows the stream,
Forever the birds are singing,
Forever thou dost dream.
Never again 'mid its blossoms
Shalt 'thou stroll to dream and think.
Never again from its streamlet
Sliall thy proud lips bend t drink.
The vale, that was familiar
To thee, I ,'iave not seen
I long with a silent yearning,
But fate's mountains rise between.
Yet I think of thee, my Darling,
So handsome and so brave
So young to leave life's springtime,
For the shadow of the grave.
God's hand hath never chisled
A truer heart than thine--I
could trust the dark translation,
Were thy heart but pressed to mine.
IN MEMORIA OF VIRGIL DEL03
Ium tiW-4 to hi" lieri'Uvd t.ri:u'
Can we forget the riugs of shining hair,
l an we lorget tho baby brow so t'nir
Though months luce pass'd since we ww
Above our precious darling's lifeless brow?
Can we forget the lifeless halt-sl Hit prp
The babv voice that "'ive luck no rAnlu
To all our pleading making weary moaD
inai we niusi give oacK dust, to dust alone!
fh death! how silent is thy deep ' repose
nasi inoii no mercy on our human
Tlr.ne ear is silent to the bitter cry,
Ot aching heuris, in putting agony.
Give back our dead! the child of worn in
Our clies ascend above the rlouds nt" mnrr.
(Jive back otir dead! heart stricken still we
Mom answers not night gives us no re
Give back our deal! vet still tLf tmnt
The red brcti-i warbhs o'er the little tomb
And nature's hand tin; wavv grass hath
Above our darling's, lonely, narrow bed.
Oh. mighty love' one ear hath hear 1 t1 v
At heaven's portal waits the nveet reply;
God's angel waits to roll away the stone
From the dark tomb, where sleep t'.y
Then what to thee, the trows ot t!)-'
The swan's death song, or joyous sky iatk's
While ange'.s sing, above the clouds rf
With Christ arisen: the child of woman
Kail W .
interWhng To FARMERS.
I:irmcrs ami all othes in making invest
ments or pun liases are always glad to know
where and how they can do the best. If a
line bugey or draft harness is wanted,
manufactured from the very best material, or
good saddle for either man or woman, or in
fact saddlery or harness of any descriptiai.'
the largest, newest and most complete stock
will always be found at Wm Li own. &
Co.'s r.M Commercial avenue; aNo a full
stock o curry combs, brushes, bridles, hal
ters, lmriies oils, whips, collars, haaies.
straps, lines. Imggv cushions.
( N K N 1 i I IT ONLY,
Fi'Mny Xi-ht. April :ioth.
KRK TIIKY (10MK.
THE GREAT, THE ONLY
PRIMROSK it WEST'S
M l NSTitKJfl.
II. J. CLAPUAM Manager.
'v "After the most Triumphant Tour of
any Minstrel Organization in the United
I '"Endorsed by the press and the pub
lic" as the BEST ever seen.
lifW Complete Victory for the People's
MnUc Way lor tho
.Kin- Pins of Minstrels)'.
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