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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
NTKHKD AT TOE POT OFriC IN CAIRO,
MSOIB, - BKCOWD-CLA88 MATTEH.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In tnl eolumn, Ave cenli per lino, each
lDertiin. For oua monlh, 50 cent a er lino.
To Story House
of 7 rooinB,all newly repaired, on Washing
ton avt'tiuo below Sixth street, for rent.
Price, $20.00 per mouth apply to
Corner Washington and Seventh.
The ladies, who desire to participate in
the fair and festival to be held on the Hth
of Juno tor the purpose ot completing the
new cunvent building, are requested to
inert at the couvent this afternoon, at 3
Dissolution of Partnership.
The partnership, until now existing un
der the stylo of Henderson Brothers, has
been dissolved by mutual consent from the
date hereof. John E. Henderson will con
tinue in the tobacco business alone.
U.viuo, III., May 28th, 1881.
Notice, Owners of Doffs.
All persons, being owners, or having
control of dogs Uton which the tax has not
been paid, aro requested to call at once at
police headquarters and either pay the tax,
or bring the dogs to bo impounded. Per
sons, not complying with this notice, will
be prosecuted under the ordinances.
L. tl. Myehb, City Marshal.
Notice of Dissolution.
The partnership herctotore, existing be
tween John 0. Barnard and John T. lien
nie, under the fetyle of Barnard & Hennie,
is this day dissolved by mutual consent.
John T. Uennio is to pay all debts ot the
said firm, and is authorized to collect all
accounts due to said firm.
J. O. Bahnakd.
John T. Hennie.
Caiiio, III., May SS, 1881.
I oiler my store and residence, opposite
the court-house, together with stock and
fixtures, at a bargain for cash. Satisfactory
reasons for selling given. This is the best
business stand in tho city, especially for
doing a country business. Apply to
J. II. MKTCAW.
Choice Northern Butter.
One hundred small tubs of choice North
ern Butter, put up expressly for family
use, for sale cheap, at Q. M. Amjen's,
78 Ohio Levee.
lee, Wholesale and Retail.
I am now preparod to soli ice by tho car
load, or by tho pound at prices beyond
competition. My wagons will run to all
parts of the city during summer, serving
ice to customers in quantities to suit.
Orders for car-load lots will receive prompt
attention. My ice is Pure Lake Ice, from
the Kankakee Ice Co.,Kankakec, 111. Tel
ephone No. 02. F. M. Wahd."
During tho summer season I will run nn
ice wagon to all parts of the city and will
insure prompt delivery of pure lake ice to
customers, in quantities large or small, to
suit. Leave orders at C. W. Wheeler's wood
yard, on Tenth street.
Geo. W. Si'enck.
Having made extensive improvements in
the Planters House and being now thor
oughly prepared to accommodate any num
ber of day boarders, we woulU respectfully
solicit a ehare of Cairo's patronage in this
line. Our accommodations are equal in
every respect to those ot any hotel in tho
state and, as to rates, wo aro ready to com
pete with any one in the city.
BOTTO & GaZZOI.A.
Mast ralroads have discarded the old
mane of Bcales, substituting the improved
Howe. Borden, ftcllick & Co., Agts., Chi
Use the Pantagraph Binder. Covers furn
ished free of charge. No extra charge
over ordinary binding for the tablets.
Furnished only by The Cairo Bulletin
for putting up Letter, Note, Bill Heads and
other printed stationery.
Use Tan Caiko Bulletin scratch books,
lor salo at tho ollice, 1200 No. 3 book
have to tho dozen books. 10 cents each
or f 1.00 per dozen.
Bueklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulucrn. salt rheum, fever sores,
etter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
nil kinds of akin emotions. This sal ve is
euaranteed to give porfect satisfaction in
every case or money refunded. Trice, 25
cents per box. For sale by Geo. E. O'IIaka
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices to these eoiumui, ion ctuts per line,
each luRvrtloo. Marked
Nun Plug Ultra Havanas, 10
straight, at Bchuh'a.
Cairo hotels were all crowded with
transient boarders yesterday.
Tho narrow-itauge Alto Fuss excursion
on Sunday was a complete success.
To night the United Order ot Ancient
Templars meets up stairs in Reform hall.
II. Bloms advertises a houso for rent
in another column this morning.
Mr. Jake Walters Is having the front
of his butcher shop, on Eighth street, new
Full stock ol Nos. 1, 2 nd 8 Bulle
tin scratch books on hand and for sale at
the office 1 -l ;
LobtA gold Alaska scarf-pin. Find
er will please htavesanio at J.H.Kobliwm'H
cigar store, on Eighth street.
Tho Southern Illinois M. E. conference I
will 1)0 held at Greenville, Bond county,
Many of our citizens will leave for
summer resorts before continued hot weath
er reaches here.
From a notice in Bpecial local column
it will be sceu that the firm of Henderson
Brothers, tobacco dealers, has been dis
solved. They say that nine women out of ten
who see Forepaugh's beautiful woman for
which he gave f 10,000, say sho is not a bit
Judge Harker will open court again
in Carbondale this morning. The chancery
docket will be worked upon, and, if pos
sible, cleaned up.
The Sparta Plaindealer lias changed
hands, Taylor Brothers having sold to
Campbell and Detrich. Don. E. Dotrich
assumes editorial control.
The boys of tho "Thrco States" will
give a grand excursion to Columbus, Kj.,
next Sunday that promises to be a well
patronized and pleasant affair.
Marshal L. II. Myers scoured the
city and suburbs tor tho escaped city
nriunnorafllinilllV. but Without nVttil. It Is
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likely that the fellows have luft tho city.
Gardeners are securing boxes for tho
purposo of shipping vegetables. The early
crop was ruined by the recent hail storm,
but subsequent sowings promise a good
A county temperance convention will
be held in DuQuoin on Friday, Juno 3rd,
which will bo addressed by Hon. J. L,
Pepper, president of the state temperance
Henry Rudolph has resigned his chair
in William Alba's barber shop. He is a
good barber and his friends will probably
soon find him at tho head of an establish
ment of his own.
Passenger business was never better
than at tho present time. All trains that
pass through and leave the city are crowd
ed with people, many coming from and go
ing to long distances.
Circuit court resumes bnsiness this
morning. Nothing but chancery business
is now to be transacted and there is not
much of that; tho court having disposed of
a great many cases this term.
For the number of strangers in the
ritv vPRtnrdav. the nolice business was
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verv ouiet. There wore in all three cases
two of drunkenness and one of disorder
ly conduct, all tried before. Esquire Robin
Large quantities ot strawberries are
now being shipped north on tho Illinois
Central railroad from the southern counties.
Tho crop is said to be abundant, and there
is also a cood prospect for peach in that
About sixty hogsheads of tobacco were
sold at the warehouse of Messrs. Uinkle;
Moore & Hinkle during last week. To-1
bacco is beginning to come in more plcnti-1
fulthan heretofore and has an upward
-Tho salo of oil paintings on Eighth
Btrect ccaBed several days ago and now
Mr. Louis Herbert has had a petition run
through the large room occupied by tho
picture gallery, thus making two nice store
rooms out ot it.
Marshal Myers and other officers were
out looking for Monroe Purcell, tho de
ranged man, who was Bent to the Anua
hospital from here, and who escaped from
custody several days ago. Ho had not
been found last night.
Yesterday morning a large hog fell
into a sink situated near tho corner of
Seventeenth and Locust streets and filled
with stagnant water and foul matter of
various kinds. The hog came near drown
ing, but was assisted out before it had
ceased to struggle.
Tho national turn-feste of tho Turners'
association will be held this year at St
Louis, beginning Saturday, Juno 4, and
continuing four days. Sunday will be the
great day, and excursions aro being organ
iz'id in all the leading cities of the country
to visit St. Louis on that day.
A mad dog was brought over on the
steamer Morgan yesterday morning with a
crowd of passengers. Considerable con
steruation prevailed among tho passengers
for a while until Conductor Dennis Culla
han. of the steamer Morgan, threw the
dangerous animal into tho river and shot
him while swimming around tho boat.
An attempt was made to burglarize
Judgo Wall's residence in Du Quoin last
week. Tho thief climbed one of the pillars
of tho front porch, but could not get into
tho houso. He succeeded however, in get
ting thoroughly daubed with fresh paint,
which had that day been applied to tho
Through our inadvertence the name of
Mr. John Sproat was omitted from the
card of thanks concerning the Carnivals of
Authors last week. Mr. Sproat geuerously
donated tho Ice used on that occasion and
merits the grateful thankt of the ladies for
his generosity. Favors Wore receivod from
so many persons that it has been a difficult
matter to distinguish.
Tho Pulaski Patriot says that The
Bulletin Is going to suo tho News for
libel. The Bulletin hat said nothing, that
could bo construod into such a moaning
It has attempted, in various ways, to draw
from its defamer spark of honesty and
manliness, but it ha totally failed in
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN;
this noble purposo. But sue for libel, ana
the News? no, neverl The Bulletin has
not yet commenced to scalp fleas for their
hide and tallow and does not intend to
como down to so small a business.
Bills are out advertising tho coming of
Capt. A. J. Bird s floating palace opera
house ami museum, with a large troupe of
performers, giving an entertainment that
will be of tho highest order. Thursday,
Juno 2nd, is the day Bet for the captain s
arrival at this port.
On Sunday whilo tho little son of Mrs.
James W. Stewart, on Tenth street, was
playing in tho street, a wagon camo along
at a rapid rate and, knocking tho little fel
low down, passed over his arm and shoul
ders with two wheels. Tho httlo fellow is
not dangerously, but yet rather severely
Thrco men wero seen to float down the
Ohio river holding onto an overturned skiff
yesterday evening. They made
strenuous efforts to get ashore,
but without success. Finally another skiff
with krew was sqnt out from the steamer
Ttavnn. which was lvinsr at tho Eighth
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street, and tho trio ot watery men saved.
In a notice published in The Bulls
tin some days ago, in which it was said
that Mr. R. S. Reynolds, brother-in-law of
Mr. Os. Greenley, had been killed and that
ho had shot three or four other mon, Tun
Bulletin erred. Mr. Reynoldsdid not shoot
three or four other men and ho Is uo$ dead.
TIi trial for tho murder ot Frazer is to
come off in this county.
The newly elected directors and some
other dignitaries of tho Illinios Central rail
road company were in tho city on Sunday
making their annual tour of inspection
That they were ashamed of tho passenger
depot they maintain at thi3 point and that
they will make up their minds to compete
in this respect at least , with the Cairo and
Vinccnnes and Cairo and St.Louis railroads
is devoutly to bo hoped.
The large number of country peoplo
that are beginning to visit tho city again is
a sure sign that they are nearly through
their planting. Tho unanimous opinion iB
that largo crops will bo tho result in all
partnof the county, and in anticipation the
farmers feel proud. The Bulletin is
pleased to chronicle this fact, for when the
farming element is in a prosperous con
dition trade is always good in Ihe city,
Some weeks ago Mrs. Nott, mother of
Edward, William and James Nott, went to
Chicago in the hope ot recovering
from an ailment with which she had
been suffering for some time.- It appears
that neither change of climate, nor of phy
sicinns, was able to help her. Sho died on
the night of day before yesterday, and her
remains will bo buried in Villa Ridge to
day. Persons desiring to attend the tuner
al services can board the eleven o'clock Il
linois Central train.
At the meeting of the Young People's
Temperance Club at Reform hall lost even
ing, the programme was. somewhat differ
ent than usual. Some business was trans
acted, the most important ot which
was tho election of Miss Jennie Wilson
as a delegate to the temperanco convention
to bo held at Vandalia shortly. After some
time spent m social conversation a dance
was had, which chased the hours way into
the night and afforded the most exquisite
pleasure to the young people.
The cruelty attending walking matches
is illustrated in lire one which mmuu m
Chicago a few days ago. It is stated that
during the day a dispatch was received an
nouncing the death of the wife of Khrone,
one of tho contestants but this was kept
from tho walker and a dispatch of a con
tray nature wa9 manufactured to quiet him.
If this is a fact it is another nail driven in
the coffin of walking matches, for public
sentiment will be quick to condemn a
money-making expedient capable of such
A youth ami maiden of color,
from near Dr. Wood's place,
came down to see Esquiro
Osborn about a matter of importance yes
terday afternoon. Tho youth brought a
very serious charge against tlio maiden. He
complained to the Bquire that sho had been
guilty of theft sho had stolen his heart
away and had refused to surrender it
to him; therefore, ho asked that
sho be placed with him in tho bonds of
wedlock. Tho maiden had no objections
and hence the wishes of the youth wero
Gun. Grant and Capt. Eads are coming
homo from Mexico on tho next steamer
from Vera Cruz to the port ot New Orleans
They have secured from tho Mexican con
gress tho concerns they desired for building
railways in that country, and it only ro
mains to arrange to prosecute the work.
Tho Texas systems, embracing three separ
ate lines of railroad, are now knocking at
tho very doors of tho republic beyond tho
Itio Grando, and work is going on actively
on tho other Bide to meet their lines. When
tho Texas Narrow Guago is finished to this
city people can board hero and go almost
direct to tho Mexican capital.
Several days ago Mr. Youngblood in
the legislature, in a question of privilege,
defended himself at length, and closed
with a disparaging allusion to Mr. Lincgar's
democracy and habits. Mr. Llnegnr ro
tortcd that ho had been a democrat for 01
years, except a short time when the demo
cratic party denied tho early teachings ot
democracy, that all men wore created fre
and cquil. Ho did not preach on tho floor
of the house the Hinds temperance bill and
when outside practice something else, and
had never been arrested tor disloyalty, nor
been a member of tho Kuight's of tho
Golden Circle. Ho was in favor of econ
omically maintaining all state institutions,
but proposed to do what ho could to slop
extravagance and luxury among those in
charge of thorn which tho taxpayers them
selves could not and did not enjoy.
On Saturday evening a branch county
society of tho Illinois State temperanco al
liance was organized by tho temperanco
peoplo at Reform hall. The officers are as
follows: Rev. B. Y. Oeorgo, president;
Mr. M. Eusterday, vice-president;
Mr. Casper Yost, secretary.; Mr.
Phil. W. Barclay, treasurer.
Tho executive committee Consists of Rev.
B. Y. George, Mr. Casper Yost, Mr. T. W.
Fitch, Mrs. L.J. Rittenhouse, of Cairo, and
Mr. Planert, of Thebes. Tho object of tho
nization is the consolidation of the
temperanco work in the state. All officers
of other temperance societies and all min
isters and Sunday school teachers who
have signed a total abstinence pledge aro
members ot this.organization.
One of the 'greatest evils at
Mound City, or rather between
Mound City and the cemetery,
on yesterday was tho dust and
tho inhuman treatment of tho horses
nnd mules that were used for hacks, etc.
The former was so thick along tho entire
road that, at limes it was impossible to Bee
anything ten feet away and travelers were
completely demoralized both going and
coming. Tho latter was a matter of gcuer
al comment. The poor animals wero kept
constantly on a run resting only long
enough at either end of the road to allow
persons to get into tho wagons. There
were horses, mules and vehicles of all ages
sizes and shapes. Some had seen many
years service and seemed about ready to
fall to pieces, others were diseased, or hod
met with some accident, which rendered
them pitiable cripples.
Some of our congressmen and senators,
who have been detected of late years only
too frequently fingering tho profits that
come out of fat government contracts,
must frequently sigh to think how "them
fellers of the press" aro treated in other
countries and wish for similar good times
here. ome twelve months ago, when the
German census was being taken, an ob
scure paper published in South Germany
referred to the immense amount of paper
that was used in taking the census, and
quietly hinted that Prince Bismarck was
the owner of largo paper manufactories and
might bo making a handsome thing of it.
The paragraph escaped the notice of the
authorities, but was copied into other pa
pers, and finally got into tho Strashurg
Union. Here it was observed, and the
editor of tho Union was pounced upon and
made to pay a heavy fino, lmsidcs giving
tho namoof tho other editor who was
guilty of originating tho enormity. That
other editor will probably get it hot.
On tho 27th instant a young man of
Mayfield, Kentucky named Ewing Graham,
a young man, about 23 years old, attempted
to commit suicide at the residence of Dr.
W. A. Boyd. Graham had been on a spree
for two or thrco days, and had frequently
threatened suicide when on one of his peri
odical spreeB. Ho had just gone down to
his boardinghouso with Mr. J. F. McEl
rath, whom ho told of his intention to kill
himself. Nothing was thought of it, how
ever. Ho walked in tho house, and then
camo out immediately and going as far as
tho gate, drew a small pistol, 22-caliber,
placed it to his side and shot. Tho ball
took effect in his right side, striking the
lower rib, and, it is thought by tho sur
geons, ranged downward. The wound is
considered very dangerous and will proba
bly prove fatal. No cause for the deed is
known except that he is a monomaniac on tho
subject. Ho had a brother who committed
suicide in Murry about two years ago by
taking morphino. Craham is a wcll-bc-heaved,
gentlemanly young man when so
ber, and lias a great many friends
at Murray, where ho was raised.
A larger crowd gathered at Mound City
yesterday than on tho same day of last
year. All trains from north or south and
several steamboats were crowded with pas
sengers of all colors and ages. The Nar
row Guago road brought down a packed
train; tho Chicago, St. Louis and Now Or
leans road brought several coaches full
from Kentucky and the Iron Mountian did
likewise from Missouri. A train of thir
teen coaches, crowded almost to Buffocation,
camo down to Mound City on tho Cairo
and Vincenncs railroad and a boat load
was also brought down fro m various points
up tho Ohio river. The Cairo and Vincon
nes railroad ran ten trains from Cairo and
eleven from Mound City, all well
crowded with passengers. At tho grounds
tho mass of human beings was incalculable
and all seemed to bo determined to enjoy
themselves. Tho ceremonies at tho grounds
' wero soon gono through with. Not many
graves woro decorated. In fact, but very
few, indeed, of the tho thousands of marblo
stones boro tho small token of loving ro
mcmbrancc. This Is to bo dcplorod. Most
peoplo who went thcro did so in tho samo
spirit, and for tho Batno purposo that they
would attend a picnic. There wero not
such disgraceful scones as characterized
former occasions ot this kind: Thoro was
no clown of twenty years' experience,
cracking coarse jokes" over tho groves of
tho illustrious dead, thcro was not tho
MAY ai, 1881.
100 Commercial Ave. between Eleventh and Twelfth Streets,'
Is very busy making
Now is the time to give him your orders to get work
and promptly done.
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE REPAIRING DONE
VE II I
A. BLACK'S Shoo Store,
ON COMMERCIAL AVENUE, BETWEEN EIGHTH AND NINTH STREETS
Largest Shoe House
Ladies' Buttoned Shoes, Goat or Kid, per
Ladies' f miaui'iphia Make, worked ijiittonhoiex, per pair
Ladies', Misses' andChildrcu'd Serge Shoes, per pair
Ladies' Kid or Goat Newport Ties, Kid
Children's Solo Leather Tips, Buttoned,
Ladies' Cloth Top Buttoned Shoes, per
Children's Slippers, any style, per pair
tdies' Kid Opera Slippers, per pair
drunkenness of former years; but, every
thing considered, it was "decoration" day
only in name. Tho difference between this
farce and an ordinary political barbecue
are about two : Tho absence of beef and
tho presence of tomb stones.
Have the same ceremonies a thousand miles
away from the sacred resting place of tho
brave, men whose valor they are. to com
memorate the uninformed observer
would pronounce it a perfect old-fashioned
political gathering, needing only the roast
ed bullocks to make it a barbecue. The
music was good, of course it would have
been equally good and appropriate any
where else; the oration was olso good it
was the best part of the ceremony; but it
woa listened to by only about
one-fourth of tho people present,
and, with a few changes, would
make an excellent stump speech.
Tho management was good
enough; nothing can be said
against it. We have reason to believe that
but few sensible people, who attended the
"to do" (we haven't the facial urea to call
it "decoration" ) are not satisfied with their
Rev. Edward Werner, formerly min
ister of the German Lutheran church,
of Golconda, is in the city, stopping with
Ttev. Hossfeld, of the Lutheran church of
this city. Rev. Werner and wito are bound,
for St. Louis, and is compelled to stop over
here on account of the illness of his wife.
Mr. Anderson and wife, formerly of
Cairo, but now ot Vincennes, Ind., were in
tho city yesterday, visiting friends and
Miss Anna Jones leaves this morning for
riqua, Ohio, her former home, where sho
expects to stay about three months. 1
Mr. C. W. Wheeler has been very ill for
somo time. Ho was reported to bo danger
ously so yesterday.
Mr. Ed. Morton, editor of tho Vienna
(Johnson county) Times, was in Cairo yes
terday and Sunday."
Mr. John E. Henderson went to Paducah
Sunday on business. Ho will bo gone a
Hon. Emory A. Storrs was a guest of
Col. John Wood during his Htay In this
Miss Suo Bozman, of Metropolis, is in
tho city visiting her sister, Mrs. John Rec
tor. JAIL BREAKERS.
Saturday night, about ten o'clock, three
prisoners broko from a cell In tho city jail
by tearing up tho rotten floor and digging
a nolo under tho wall. Thoy wore Thomas
Lynch, Oeorgo Williams' and James Casey;
the first will bo remembered as the des
perado who had boon ironed somo timo ago
in order to keep him from breaking out.
Tho irons wero removed somo days ago
becauso ho behavod quite well. Tho other
two aro tho two young villains who mado
thomselves bo disgracefully notorious on
Nineth street , Saturday morning, and
of whoso crimo a full account was given in
Sunday's Bulletin. If tho rogues are
gono and will never como back thoro is no
reason to regrot tho escape.
Iu Hot Water.
Orpha M. llodgo, Battlo Creek, Mich.,
writoi: "I upset a tea-kettlo of boiling
hot water on my hand. I at onno applied
Thomas' Eclotnc Oil, and tho effect was to
immediately ally tho pain. I was cured
In throo days." Paul 0. Schuh, Agent.
M A CALL.
in Southern Illinois.
Lined, per pair
Advtrlutmtnlt in nimfiartil ( luiinrti rard-)
o fit tinti or kit n thii ci'nnn, 10 (mil talk in
urtim. i.itntur iiui me, .Seventeenth street, ln-r
J. J lommer
Hoard liv tht diir or i-ek.
JOHN LIMliKKT, rroprlctor.
llocflif , fiimiflu (1 tir in. In ml lied
J -llh fir uith.iiit h.i.rri
t rtni-oLal.lu rail
Apply it liulk'ttii bulhllriK.
A COOKINO HTuVE for mlo.
1 1 It two trim pot
if. will l.e cold
V two hake paci and tw irnilcUe:
for ti-u dollar. Apl at Bulletin ultire.
fTMl KKK will tie a meeting or the ladlff of the
1 KpUroral cliurrh thin. Tofdv. aft.-rtioon. at
four o'clork, at the rt-HMlctice olJIti
11. 11. Call-
di'f. A full attendance lit ri-qncated .
VUTICK All pernio having linlnee with the
i. nndi-mlirned are hrcli)r noli fled to leave order
on fllu at police headquarter)1, during my ahneuco
from name. J. It. l'HILLI.S, Health Officer.
LOK SAI.K. At a bargain, a ?ood liuggy
nM and outfit rompletu. For further partlctilara
Innulii) at my residence on Croc utreet. third riimr
ranoie norm; bio a good lop nuggvwlth
eact of high rcbool building
WALTK H W'A ItDKH.
VOR IlENT -The Delta Iloune, corner of Third
-1 rtreet and Commercial avenue. Ha been thor
oughly repaired Internally and externally, la alt
uated only one block from all the railroad depot
and only two blocke from the principal Mramlioat
lauding. Apply to W.l . Mc 1IALK.
Sunday, Juiio8, 1&81
ON TUE STEAMEH
The crow of the Three Rtatea will give a prand
excartlon on that day to our neighboring city,
t The bout will leave Cairo at 9 a. m., landing; at
Bird's Toint, Fillmore,
Wickliffe and Norfolk.
Arriving at Columbna at 11:40
a. in. Kcturning
will leave Columbus at 4 p. m.
arriving at Calm
A new floor la being laid on the forecastle of the
boat that w ill be equul to that of any dancing hall
The Anna IlniM Rand and a flrt clun rlrlng,
band haa been uugnged for the occasion.
FA HE FOItTIIll KOUNDTK1I.
Cientlemen. $1.0); Ladlet and Children. 50 cents.
Ticket will be (at salo at Phil Snap's, C. It.
Ktuart'e uud I'aul Hchuh's cigar itoru.
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