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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 1, 181.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
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SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice Id thl column, Ave conti pur line, each
I nuertion. For one month, 50 ceuta pur lino.
Hurrah! Hurrah! Hurrah!
Pretzels, Iresli, this niorniDg and every
Sunday morning hereafter, at Anthony's
bakery, on Washington avenue, between
Ninth and Tenth streets.
Two nice lots on southwest corner of
Commercial avenue and Twenty-first street.
M. J. Howlky, Ileal Estate Agent.
A large consignment of sawed and hewed
cedar posts and vinyard poles is just re
ceived and for sale at rock bottom prices.
J. 8. McUahky.
The shop of Mr. Nicholas Williams, at the
corner of Twentieth street and Washington
nvenuo, is constantly stored with the
finest meats of eviry variety. Ho invites
the public to call and satisfy itself of this
fact. His shop is open from 4:110 until 10
o'clock a. m., and from 4 :!10 until 0 o'clock
For Sul e.
House of Beven rooms, on l'oplar near
Eighteenth street, in first-class condition
Terms rcasonoble. M. J. Howley,
Ileal Estate Agent
Carnival of Authors.
To bo given by the ladies of the Epis
copal church, Hartman's hall, May 17, 18,
19,20,21. Ilepresentations from Shakes
peare, Scott, Dickens, Tennyson, Irving,
Whitticr, 1001 Nights, Moore, Mother
Goose, Fairy Tales, etc., etc. Gorgeous
costumes, beautiful tableaux, fine music.
Entire change of programme every evening.
Splendid dinner served each day from 12
to 2 o'clock. An unique, instructive uud
wonderful entertainment. Strawberries,
ice cream, flowers and fruits in abundance.
Over 200 people in costume. Unusual at
tractions. Lake Ice.
During the summer season I will run an
ice wagon to all parts of the city and will
insure prompt delivery of pure lake ice to
customers, in quantities lrrgc or small, to
suit. Leave orders at C. W. Wheeler's wood
yard, on Tenth street.
UliO. W. Pl'KNCE,
The stock of groceries etc., belonging to
the store of J. C.CIark.on Eighth street will
be sold at cost, in lots to suit purchasers
All persons indebted to tho establish
mcnt are requested to call ami settle and
thus save costs. 8. B. 1'knn, Receiver.
Fresh If eats.
The best of corned beef in any quantity
desired can be had at Fred Kcohler's sam
ple shop on Eighth street, between the
avenues. Other meats of the best quality
also always on hand. Also manufacturers
of all kinds of sausages. Call Uxui Fred
if you want good meats.
Mr. J. 15. DiKjrinir has purchased the fix
tures formerly used in the barber shop in
the Vincent block and has removed his
shop from the south side to the north side
ot Eighth street, back of B. F. Parker's
paint and wall paper store. Mr. Docring
now has tho cotnnlutcst barber bliop in the
city and asks everylxxly to call upon him
for a first-class hair cut or shave.
A good stock of paper, expressly for
Ilvktograph use, for sale at Tiik JJlxlktin
Dissolution of Partnership.
The copartnership of "Barnard &
Hi'Diiii'," composed of John O. Barnard
John T. Rennic, has leen dissolved. All
persons concerned will please take notice
ot the fact and govern themselves accord
ingly. John T. Kknmk.
t'uiro, III., April 2(1,1881.
Ice, Wholesale and Retail.
I am now prepared to sell ice by the car
load, or by the pound at prices beyond
competition. My wagons will run to all
parts of tho city during summer, serving
ico 10 customers in quantities to suit.
Orders for car-load lots will receive prompt
attention. r. M. Wahd.
Use Tiik Caiuo Bulletin scratch books,
for sale at the olllcc, 1200 No. il book
leaves to the dozen books. 10 cents each
or $1.00 per dozen.
Try It! Try It!
Use the Pantngraph Binder. CoverB furn
ished free of charge. No extra charge
oyer ordinary binding for the tablets.
Furnished only by The Caiho Bulletin
lor imuinn up letter, Note, Bill Heads and
other printed stationery.
JinW.1?" Mo have been
sold. Send for Uuto, to lk)r(ltm Ht;l.
leek & Co., General Ants, Chicago, Ills.
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Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
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i no uusi suivu iu ma wonti lur mm.
bruises, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, lever
ettcr, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds of skin eruptions. This salvo U
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
very case or money refunded. Price, 23
cents per box. For salo by Oko. E. O'Haiia
Canckk. No knife. No Pain. No
Sickness. No Fearful Treatments. Treat
ment is free. Go or send to Dr. Kline, OKI
Arch 8t., Plillndii,
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice! In theie columni, ten cnti per line,
each Insertion. Marked
Smoke Schuh's Gilt Edge five-cent-cigar.
The Peoria Free Library lias 1,264
See notice of Mr. Nich. Williams in
special local column.
A full stock of Hats of all kinds.
Farnbakcr, the Clothier.
There is to be a national convention of
brewers at Chicago, May 11.
Rock Island has sixty-nine saloons, or
one for every one hundred and seventy in
habitants. George W. Hall, of Highland, has a
wooly calf, for which Robinson's show has
-Taxes to the amount of $0,734.30
were paid by the Wabash Company at De
M. J. Howley offers two good lots for
sale, corner Commercial aveuuo and
The lower portion of the new flag pole
arrived day before yesterday and Is lying
on Fourteenth street.
Check books, receipt books, order
books, etc., made to order on short notice
at Tub Bulletin office.
The marriage of Walter Fillebrown
and Miss Harriet E. Cox took place at
Quincy Wednesday evening.
A pair of mules, valued at $423, were
stolen Irom the stable of J. W. Mishler,
near Cerro Gordo, Tuesday night.
An all Wool Cassimero Suits for Men
$10.00. Farnbaker, tho Clothier.
Rev. J. II. Borbridge, pastor of the
Methodist church of Rockport, died very
suddenly of appoplcxy Wednesday.
In another column will be found the
first notice ot Grand Carnival of Artists by
the ladies of the Episcopal church.
Fok Sale A good milk cow, with
calf, three days old. Can be seen in court
house yard. Apply to John Hodges.
To morrow evening the Good Templars,
now comprising a membership of seventy
five, will meet at the hall of the Mystic
Tho townofTowanda, McLean county,
has been sued for damage done to sheep by
dogs. This is the first case of the kind
Rino Found Enquire at F. Teich
man's billiard parlor. Any ono describing
samo and paying for this advertisement
may secure the ring.
Place wanted By a young lady of
respectable family, as saleswoman, or as
accountant in an office, Best of references.
Apply to P. O. box 850.
Georgo Keller, a boy 0 years old,
working at theQuincy paper mill, was caught
in a belt Wednesday, and thrown against
tho ceilng.killing him instantly.
The farmers on the jury in Morgan
county were excused the other day on ac
count of the lateness of the season and the
urgent need of their presence at home.
A large stock of Boys' and Children's
Clothing at Farnbaker, the Clothier. "
The Rev. F. P. Davenport, of Tullaho-
ma, Tenn., has been called to the Church
of the Redeemer and will visit the city and
officiate this morning and evening in that
Anthony, the Washington avenue baker,
has fresh pretzels this morning and intends
having them every Sunday morning as will
be seen by reading his advertisment in
Burglars entered the railroad ticket
office at Vandalia, Tuesday night, getting
only a little over $2. The ticket office at
St. Elmo was also robbed of a small
amount of cash.
. The Illinois house of representatives
ended its dead-lock over apportionment
Friday, practical surrender of the majority
to tho minority. The house then adjourned
until Monday evening.
The St. Louis street car troubles arc all
over, and the boys are satisfied. They have
secured tho coveted reduction ot the hours
ot labor, and have resumed tho whip and
bell-punch with cheerful alacrity.
On Wednesday last Mr. Jerry Hart
nett, one of tho oldest conductors on the
western division of the Illinois Central rail
road, was instantly killed by falling be
tween two cars near Masonville, Iowa.
Wo acknowledge the receipt of a nice
little lot of Bock sausage from tho Bhop of
Mr. Francis Klino. It was manufactured
by Mr. John Hagey, notoriously ono of the
best sausage-makers in this part of the
Fine lino of Gents' Summer Under
wear just received. Farnbakcr, the Cloth
At the fair, given by Bt. .Joseph's
church at Reform hall on Tuesday, Wed
nesday and Tursday laBt, Miss Addie Feith
was voted to bo the most popular young
latly, she receiving five hundred and
1 -Tho young puople will meet again at
lUiftirm hall Monday night and entertain
those wh my ftttond wUh inUirt,tinB m.
erary and musical exercises. These meet
jngshave become very popuhr.both among
the young and tho oMcr (h
thero is seldom any moro room in tho hall
than will comfortably accommodate those
that attend them. Tho reason for this must
bo sought in tho excellent entertainment
The father-in-law of Marshal J. H.
Robinson, who died at Elco the other day,
was born in Ilarrisburg, Penn., and was
eighty-five years old at the time of his
death. Marshal Robinson returned to Cairo
Tho finest Bock sausage in the city
made by Mr. John Hagey, the expert, can
be had at Mr. Francis Kline, on Washing
ton nvenue, near Seventh Btreet. Fresh
meats of every kind and of the finest quality
are also to bo found there.
A man named Legler was kicked iu
the face bv a mule at Alton, Ills., last Fri
day. His nose was mashed out f shape,
one of his eyes almost kickod out and a
hole about an inch deep made in his fore
head. He is not expected to live.
The reunion of the Funk and Kerrick
families, two of the most numerous in Mc
Lean county, was held on tho 2Cth inst. in
Bloomington, at tho homo of Lon II. Her-
rick, whoso wife was a Funk. There were
nearly 100 persons present, all of whom
were in some way related.
The Aurora city council has contracted
with cx-Ald. Hill, of that city, to light the
city with electric light. He is to furnish
sixteen lights of 2,000 candle-power each,
for $0,000 a year, and run them 300 nights
a year on tho Philadelphia schedule
twelve being thrown in for stormy seasons.
Mr. Sol Steilbcrger, general agent of
Henry C. Funison, map publisher, is in the
city taking orders for their latest and best
work. Tho map is very complete in all its
details, giving counties, population, dis
tances, in the United States on one side and
on the other a complete map of the world,
and sells at the low price of $3.25.
Col. Lowry and Rev. B. Y. George en
tertained a very nico audience ot temper
ance people at Reform hall Friday evening.
Their speeches were both of the usual good
quality and made the audience feel that the
cause of temperance was just as noble as it
had ever been. Col. Lowry will remain in
Cairo for a much needed rest.
Mr. Mike O'Donnell has opened a new
saloon on Commercial avenue, just below
Esquire Osborn's office, and has stocked it
with a variety ot the fiuest liquors to be
had. His place is one of the most at
tractive of its kind in the upper part of the
city &nd is destined to become one of the
most popular. He desires a share of the
public patronage and guarantees satis
faction to all his customers.
At the meeting of the temperance peo
ple at Reform hall on Friday evening a
committee was appointed to take into con
sideration the matter of holding tho regu
lar annual pic-nic of the Reform club am'
to select the place and make all arrange
ments necessary to make it pleasant for
those who attend. Messrs. G. M. Alden, C,
R. Stuart, P. W. Barclay, M. Easterday
and Geo. S. Fisher, were appointed on the
Yesterday about five o'clock , the little
son of Captain W. P. Wright was leisurely
riding a horse down Washington avenue
and when he got down to Eighth street the
liorse shied and started on a brisk run. The
ittle fellow became frightened and betran
to cry for help, but it was probably fortu
nate for him that no one attempted to stop
the horse in his wild career, for it
likely that if any 6uch attempt
had been made the horse would
have thrown the boy and injuned him. He
was followed, however, and the horse stop
ped near the gas house and the little rider
was taken off, uninjured.
Some time ago Mr. John Petrie, the
butcher, received about forty fine sheep
from Kentucky and he was in the habit
icrding them out side of the Mississippi
levee until they became accustomed to the
place, when they would go and come at
will without any watching on his part.
But he noticed that his flock was gradually
growing smaller and, instituting an investi
gation, he found that twelve sheep had
been killed by dogs and the thirteenth had
)een attacked and badly wounded about
the neck and head. Since then he feels
inclined to assist in the enforcement of the
dog law by the use of powder and ball.
The programme pr pared for the
government of the State Sunday School
convention, which is to bo held ut Cen-
tralia on the 3rd, 4th and 5th of May, is
one that will prove to bo highly entertain
ing as well as instructive to all who attend
the convention. The following persons of
known ability will take part in tho exer
cises by discussing questions of vital im
portance to the church and Sunday school :
Kcv. B. Y. George, of Cairo, on "The
'astor's Place in the Sabbath School;"
Rev, J. H. Brooks, of St. Louis, on
The Bible for All;" Rev. R. Allyn, D. D.,
of Jackson county, on "Tho Teachers
Work," and tho "Question Drawer" will bo
answered by Win. Reynolds, of Peoria
Cairo was very fortunate in not huh-
Btaining severer injuries from tho storm
than it did. It was probably less injured
than any other city or village over which it
passed. A gentleman from Commercial
'oint who was in Cairo yesterday, states
that tho storm there was moro terrible by
far than it was hero. He states thatsomo of
tho chunks of ico that fell there measured
twenty-two inches in circumferenco
11,1,1 that others would have
measured fully twenty-eight Inches. All hU
wheat, (inlotm imd vegetables gtmerally
weie beaton into the ground nearly out of
sight; eleven of his finest chickens and
threo-moiilh old calt were killed by the
hail, and the roof of his house was riddled
as witn leaden balls. Mr. Trueman (that
is tho name of our informant) says that the
water iu tho river splashed fully twenty
feet high where tho hail fell tho thickest
The farm products aro entirely ruined all
around Commercial Point.
An item concerning tho change in tho
management of tho telephone exchange
which appeared in yesterday morning'i
Bulletin, seems to have been construed by
somo into a reflection upon tho young )a
dies who have charge of tho central office,
This is doing Tu k Bulletin an injustice
for no such reflection was intended or could
properly be drawn from tho item in ques
tion. Tiik Bulletin has always hole
tnose who tiave charge ot the olhce in
the highest respect, believing that
they performed their duties faithfully and
admirably and has studiously uvoidet
when speaking of the disordered condition
of tho system, to say anything that migh
cause even the slightest shadow of blame
to darken the fair famo ot the fair oc
cupants of the central office.
Alba's barber shop on Commercial
avenue near Sixth street is now the largest,
most completely lurnished, and generally
the most magnificently gotten up shop o
its kind in the city. Mr. Alba's increasing
business at first compelled him to enlarge
his institution and, knowing that next to
advertising, beauty would make a place
popular, he resolved to employ the best
artist in the city to renovate his
shop and transform it into the
brilliant tonsorial parlor that it now is
Mr. Jeff Clark was accordingly employe
and to say that he displayed exquisite taste
in the selection of materials and more than
ordinary ability in their use is but telling
the truth, as all who have visited Mr,
Alba's shop will acknowledge.
Professor Vennor's predictions for May
are as follows: Toward the end of the
first week in May, or about the 5th or Cth
snow-falls may be looked for in the lower
provinces of Canada, and atwut May 3rd
frosts are probable in Central and Southern
Illinois, with rain and snow prevailing in
some localities. There will also, in nil
probability be snow-falls through the Gulf
and St. Lawrence district about the 7th an
8th. After the 10th of May, however, hot
weather may be expected, and after the
15th bush fires will probably break out iu
certain districts, although thunder storms
are also probable on the 13th and 15th.
Between the 20th and 25th there will
probably be cloudy weather, with rains, and
vegetation will have advanced considera
bly by the end of the week. Between the
20th and 25th the weather will be cool.
The month will end hot and sultry.
Mr. Martin Gladden, the colored gen
tleman, who busied himself in the interest
of the Republican party in this city and
county during the last national campaign
by importing voting material from the
south, has been in Springfield since the
campaign (which resulted in the defeat of
his efforts in the county) and been circula
tory quite freely among the stalwarts of
Springfield, who have the handling ot the
political flesh pots. It appears that the
"dirty work" he accamplishe 1 here for
the party during the election has not
yet been recognized by the bosses. This is
shameful. Mr. Gladden worked hard for
the party in Alexander county, importing
voters from the south upon thc-mule-nnd-
twenty-acre plan and he has a right to ex
pect his promised reward. But it seems
that he has failed in bis efforts to loom up
among the bosses and hence seeks to make
himself more conspicuous in the future by
criticising in tho newspapers.the remarks of
Democratic members of the legislature. In
yesterday's issue of the Springfield Journal
he takes a member to task for expressing
his preference in a rather naughty way. It
is true that Dr. Hill from McLean county,
the member referred to, made a
very foolish remark one that will
find no echo in the breast of any
intelligent man, regardless of politics
but it was only the more unworthy of no
tice for that, and the fact that tho man
Gladden should grasp ut it and mako it the'
basis for a newspaper article over his full
signature, in which he displays the same
kind of foolishness that he undertakes to
denounce, is proof that he has a burning
thirst for notoriety anil is not very parti
cular as to tho quality of tho article either.
"THE CUIKL'S COMING."
IlL'Ml HO HNS AMJCOLVIN'SOKKAT AMEIll-
CAXAS'MOEHMA.N ALLIED SHOWS.
This great and honest menagerie, trained
animal and circus combination, which is to
exhibit at Cairo, Wednesday, May 11th,
moves steadily on, meeting every advertise
ment and obligation most honorably and
promptly, daily educating and amusing
thousands, and leaving everywhere an 11-
ustrous reputation. It comes to us tri
umphant, and everything points to such an
ovation as it deserves to receive from ull
clossoB, for tho rigid decorum and Bcrupu-
ous delicacy of its management aro as con
spicuous as its pre-eminent Htiponorlty in
all other respects.
As regards tho npocinl possessions and
presentations of this great exposition, they
will bo found duly set forth In tho various
advertisements; suffice it hero to say that
they embrace a host of genuine features,
many ol which would once havo alone
made the stock In trade of a satisfactory 50
cent show. Added to these is the grand arena
brimful of illustrious riders, leapcrs, turn
biers, clever clowns and a whole caravan of
acting up, educated animals Europe, Asia
and Africa, and North and South America
rolled into one all for one ticket. Go I ot
course you will; and want to go again
Wait for it.
Judge W. II. Green has returned from
Pulaski county, where ho attended court
Mrs. L. J. Rittenhouso celebrated her
birthday in a very happy manner yester
Mr. John L. McConnell, of Dongola, was
in Cairo yesterday stopping at the Hotel
The son of Mr. E. P. Axley, a youth of
twenty years of age, was taken with a dis
ease of the spine a day or two ago.
Messrs. John W. King, ot St. Louis, Mo.
and Joel Ilillman, of New Orleans, La
were guests at the Planters House yester
Mrs. Nettie Robinson will arrive in the
city this morning from Memphis, on a few
weeks' visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs
Among the guests of the Hotel do Win
ter yesterday were : Messrs. O. H. Smith
J. I). Westerveld, C. S. Parrotte and T. W
Lermott, ot Chicago.
Mr. Georgo II. Robinson, formerly assis
tant agent of Ilaverly's European Minstrels,
but now press agent for Burr Robbin's and
lOiiin s shows, arrived in the city again
yesterday after a trip to other parts of the
Two river men commencad a rough fight
on Ohio levee yesterday afternoon about
sli'dit misunderstanding thev had and
which thpy could not settle in any other
way. 1 hey were arrested and taken before
A. Comings P. M., who fined them each
five dollars and costs. One of them went
to jail for nine days, the other forked over
Before Police Magistrate Comings yester
lay, Virginia Mohan was brought upon a
warrant sworn out by her husband, Ad.
Mohen, charging her with disorderly con
uuct. J Ue case was a very aggravating
one and the woman was fined ten dollars
and costs. An execution was issued and
the line will probably be paid in which
case Ad, may prepare himself for another
Stephen McFoy, a white man of a rather
mean disposition hail been disturbing the
peace of the neighborhood around Twen
tieth street for some time. He and his old
woman didn't pull very well together in
the same yoke and each gave tho other
many a wrench of the neck which never
tailed to call forth a howl of raire. Stenhen
j a -
was brought before Esquire Osborn yester
day, charged with disorderly conduct and
was fined five dollars and costs. He went
to jail for nine days.
OUR PLACES OF WORSHIP.
Services will be held in all our churches
to-day and in several other places, so that
no one having uny inclination to spend the
Sabbath in a manner acceptable to both his
God and humanity, no matter what Chris
tian denomination he may belong to, need
want for a place.
Father O'Hara occupies tho nulnit
St. Joseph's church, at the corner
Cross and Walnut streets, at 10:30
oleock' this morning; Sabbath school will
be held at 2 o'clock p. in. and vespers at 3
Rector F. P. Davenport, of Tennessee,
as arrived nnd will conduct services in the
morning at 10:30 o'clock and this evening
o clock, at the church of tho Redeemer,
on Fonrteenth street. Sabbath school is
held at 0:30 a. in.
Ihe Presbyterian church has been re
paired Biifliciently to permit the holding of
rvices therein and Rev. B. Y. Georgo
will preach both morning and evening to-day
io former taking place at 16:30 o'clock
and the latter at 8:00 o'clock. Suuday
school is held at 3:00 o'clock in tho after
In tho absence of Rev. E. Knappe, Rev.
Hossfeld will officiate at tho German Luth
eran church on Thirteenth street to-day.
Services will be held this morning at ten
o clock and Sunday school this afternoon
at 3:30 o'clock.
In the pulpit of St. Patrick's church, on
the corner of Ninth street mid Washington
avenue, Father Masteson will officiate,
preaching iu tho morning ut 8 and 10
o'clock and holding Sunday bcIioo! at 3
o'clock p. m.
In tho Methodist Episcopal church Rev.
W. F. Whiluker will hold forth, preaching
tho word of God after tho Wesleyati idea.
Morning service takes place at 10:30
o'clock, evening service at 8 o'clock nnd
Sunday school ut 3 p. in.
Rev, A.J. Hess Is on hand to conduct
services for tho Baptists of Cairo at Reform
hall to-day. Sunday sclnxil will bo held
at 0 :30 a. in. and preaching at 1 la. m. and
8 o'clock p. m.
Rev. T. J. Shores preaches the word to
the colored people at the corner of Tenth
und Cedar streets, and Rov. Rix tloeg tho
same at tho comer of Fourteenth and Cedar
streets. Tho pulpits In the various other
colored churches in tho city will In oo
cupiod by colored diivlnes strong of faith
and equally strong of lungs.
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carrlaico, 1 uprlntr wagon. n:w buvi'U-a.
second hand buy auu four Hittta aitiuli- liari
Apply at liable to
IjVJIt HALE-Heven octave Piano; Ko0d mak
IOR SALE. A tnouau colored mare, a I no a Ian
. auow window. Applvto 1
VOH RENT -The l)!ta Uounc, comer of Hil,
ftreet and Commi-rrlal avenue. II sh neon tlim
ouuhljf repaired Internally and eiK-mallv. Ik mi
Dated only one block from all Hie railroad depot
lauding. Apply to
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with or without bonrd. at nucoi nl,i mi,
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DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP
1 he coartnerlilp heretofore exlmlnit In twei i
the unpenned, James 8. Mom.. K. llV Jtoo.l an,!
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lorrlx, Itood A Co . of L'lllli, Pulaski cohoIv
tutu of Illlnoli.U thi dav ln-n-by illsolv.-d bv
iiutual conm-iit. All periMiuB IihMh-IhI to ail i o
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unMiirri-ini n in par 10 or Heme win, nIK Kli,t
JanieaS. Morrla or K II Hood, and the unld Jaiui-
8. Alorria and E. II. Hood will pay and ft-Hi- all
u.:,n iiiiv or uwiiik ny lut- vain Copariui-rxli u
Thla liMh day of April, lKHl. v
JAM M. MOIUdS,
K II. Ill ion,
J NO. A. I'.TKN EVt'K.
Notice la hereby given to all rur-li a having con
tract with the city, the expiration or which titkea
place May lut, M, to enter Into new contraeta lor
the further continuance of aame.
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