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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Office; BalleUi Balldt, WasMiftoi Awaas
. CAIKO, ILLINOIS.
IHTKHKO AT TBI rOffT OFflCI IH CAIRO, It.
LINOIS, AS SIOOND-CLA8S MATTKB.
official" papir or city and coutt
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notteoe In thle ealumn, eight cent pr Una for
Ireland Bve cant per Una each eukeequent Inaer
lino. For one month, UlcenU pat Una.
at Do Hauu's 50 Ohio Levoo.
The Great TripleX.
"XXtf Iier," the finest malt produc
tion ever brought to this city, has just been
received iu largo quantities by Mr. Louis
C. Herbert, near the ' corner' of Eighth
street ' and Commercial atomic; Thb
"tripplo X" is super! jr tD nny other beer in
the country, is a cool and hoalthy heavorago,
which, once known, will bo preferred to
every othor brand. Call at Mr. Herbert's
and trv the "XXX."
A young man of experience wishes a posi
tion as clerk; good references given. Ad
dress "Z," BULLBTIN Office.
Ice, Wholesale and Retail.
I am now propared to sell ice by the car
load, or by the pound at prices beyond
competition. My wagons will run to all
parts of the city during summer, aerving
ico to customers in quantities to suit.
Orders for car-load lots will receive prompt
attention. My iee is Pure Lake Ice, from
the Kankakee Ice Co.,Kankakee, 111. Tel
ephone No. 02. P. M. Ward.
Oysters by the Can
at Do Baun's 60 Ohio Levee.
Headachk iB effectually cured by
WHIOHT'B INDIAN VKUKTABI.B TILLS, wllicll
cleanse tiie bowels and purify the blood. (1)
at Do Baun's CO Ohio Leyeo.
To All Whom it May Concern.
Notice is hereby given that Wo, the un
derstood, will malco application to tho
Board of Commissioners of Aloxander coun
ty, at its next regular mooting, for llconso
to run a ferry botween Cairo and Greenfield
Landing. J.B. Bmn.
1 Stephen Bird.
Tim ' very boat family medicine is
Wright's Indian Vegctablo Pills, which
clcanso tho bowels, purify tho blood, and
establish healthy action in the liver. (0)
Use The Cairo Bulletin scratch books,
ior sale at tho office, 1300 No. 8 book
leaves to the dozen books. - 10 cents each
or fl.00 per dozen.
In cans at De Baun's.
The Great Oil Stove.
The "Argand" is the boss coal oil cook
stove for summer work. Over two hundred
sold in Cairo, and all give satisfaction. For
heavy cooking, tho Charter Oak Stove, dis
counts alt others. These stoves aro for
sale by C. W. Henderson,
Commercial Ave., Cor. Twelfth.
Mrs. A. B. Clioato, on Cross street third
door west of Washington avenue, has
'roonia and first-class board for four gontlo
men. - '
For Sale Low.
Two lots on Seventeenth, botwoon WaU
nut and Cedar streets (31 and 33 in block
85). Apply at The Bulletin counting
To All Whom it May Concern.
Don't forget on tho 15th day of August,
that tho game season is opened ,snd all game
in their season will be tound at Avinger and
Tharp's, 72 Ohio levee, next door to City
National Bank. We have on hand now
Fresh OyBtors and a variety of game,includ
ing Wood Duck, Prairie Chicken, Squirrels,
Fish, etc. '
in cans at De Baun's.
Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer is the
marvel of the age for all Nerve Diseases,
All fits stopped free. Send to 981 Area
street, Philadelphia, Ponn. ;
Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
night, at John A. Reeve's auction house, cor
ner Tenth streot and Washington avenue,
largo assortment of Clothing, , Boots ana
Shoes, Crockory and Glassware, Furniture,
Stoves, Dress Goods, Ladies' Ware and No
tions. 1 1
GENERAL LOCAL ITEM:
...mm iu luvpe wjiumuv, tail oanw par una,
aeh Insertion. Marked
V ... I .... J . k . -
Hattle S. an elegant small Havana
cigar, at Schuh's. -
Ten dogs were captured and impound
ed by Marshal Myers yesterday." " 1 '
Mrs. Choate on Cross street has rooms
and board for four gentlemen. Advertise
ment in another column. ' ' '
( A new telephone directory will again
bo needed when the subscribers have all re
ceived new numbers. 'A',""', '.' '.
Go to Harry Walker's Comlque to-night.
; y ",j v ' 1 ;
1 The Hibernian flra comjtany will meet
: on the eighth proximo for the ; purpose of
holding iu annual election of officers. . 1
The business house of Mr. John
Clancy i being raised six Indies above its
former level. Mr. James Summorweil is
doing the work.
A fire broko out on Monday In a grist
mill about Alteon miles from Carmi, owned
by Mr. Frank Dsmron, and tho mill was
Cairo dealers in grain options in tho
Chicago exchange are said to be several
hundred thousand dollurs ahead in their
simulations within tho last few weeks.
Men are employed in. the preparation
of lumber for Mr. Thomas Keano's busi
ness house on the went side of Washington
avonuei between Eleventh and Twelfth
Yesterday's property record consisted
of one doed as follows: T. W. Halliday and
wife to heirs of II. 8. Thompson; quit claim
doed, dated August 12th, 1880, for west
fractional half1 and cast half, north-east
qoartor bf section one, township seventeen,
rarigo twd, in Alexander county.
The city council will meet in the cham
ber this morning at nino o'clock for tho
purpoBO of hearing tho report of tho com-
mitteo on waterworks and tor tho transac
tion ot somo less important miscellaneous
business. The meeting will bo of more
than ordinary interest.
A now and brilliant caste of charaturs
at Harry Walker's (tomique thin wook.
During Wednesday night tho little
eight yoar old boy of Mr. Phillip McCarty,
who lives on Twentieth street, between
Washington avenuo and Poplar streot, died
after an illness of a tow days. His re
roaina wero conveyed by special tram to
Villa Ridge yesterday and there interred.
Men who claim to bo competcntjudges
state that never since 1832 has there been
such a failure in the com crop in Southern
Illinois as in this year. Moreover, wheat
and othor small grain look below tho aver
age. Few peaches aro to bo seer, and
there will be about one-fourth of an ordin
ary crop of apples.
A branch of tho Western Union Tele
graph ofllco has boon established in the
office of Tho Halliday, in charge Mrs. Nis
bot. Tho office has already provon of great
convenience to tho traveling public, and in
several cases messages have boon sent and
answers received with the greatoet dispatch
Tho company deservos credit lor establish
ing tho branch and "Tho Halliday" is mmlo
the more convenient for having it.
President Garfield used to have a pro
sentiment that ho would die at 8:1 the age
at which his father did but he passed that
point. Ho then thought ho would die at
43, the number of his regiment, but he
passed that point also. His friends say
that tor some reason he lias ot late appro
hendod that ho would die at 4. mat is
his age now. ' Tho world will prayerfully
hope that ho is again to bo disappointed.
Tho president's nurso states that tho
dressin ; of tlio wound is very painful to
the patient. .Nearly everything that could
possibly bo of use in Hie sick-room has been
forwarded by a sympathizing public, among
others a largo downy pillow in four sec
tions. Although very weak, tho president
is able to move his head until it rests com
fortably. He can now open his mouth
freely, and is scarcely troubled by secretions
in his throat.
A fine cow belonging to Mr. Jiuncs
Greaney died yesterday of what was bo
lieved to be dry murrain, said to have re
sulted trom lack of water to drink. Own
ers ot cows in the city and vlsewhore may
be induced to tako warning from this in
stance and see to it that their stock does
not suffer ior tho want of water. Since tho
pondB in and arond the city aro all dry and
the rivers in most places unap
proachable cows aro dependent entirely
upon the public wells and cistorn water,
and this should bo given them in sufficient
' natty Walkor's Comiquc is crowded
every night this week with interested spec
tators. The store room of Mr. W. L. Bristol's
new building will soon bo ready for occu
pancy. The floor is laid, the walls plaster
ed , and t work on tho ceiling
has been commenced. The
second floor is doublo and filled out with a
concrete substance to denden Bounds that
may be made in tho room above, which, it
is believed, will bo occupied by a socity of
some kind. As a whole ti e house, though
slowly built, will bo one of the most sub
stantial and best cmstructod buUdings in
the eity, as Mr. Bristol hits taken spocial
pains to render it proof againBt dampness
Mid vermin of every description,
; The adulteration of lood is becoming
fearfully common of lato, and it is not con
fined alone to preparod articles, but it has
been discovered that custom stock raisers
teed 'beef cattle with arsenio toimprovo
their appearance Anionic is an unsolublo
poison and remains a long time in flesh tis
sues, so that it is subsequently transferred
to the stomach of consumors of beefsteaks.
The stock raisers claim that tho quantity of
tikis delitorious article is so used, from ne
cessity very small, and tho amouut of beef
consumed by each eater is but an infinites,
imal part of the animal, so that no harm to
the gourmand results from the uso of tho
Judge R. 8. Yocum convened county
court yesterday for the purpose of trying
"Jim" Orange, on the charge of insanity,
and for othor miscellaneous buslnos. The
case of Jim Orange was,howevor, the most
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
important. A jury of six men, composed
of Messrs. J. H. Mtr,alf, William ,Nowst
ney, W. M.C. Heath, John Epperson, Frsnk
Kpperheiraer and 1. Sullivan, was sworn
in, which, after a csreful , investigation of
the evidence, decided that Mr. Orange was
not insane. During tho trial Jim gave evi
dence of a desire for a different verdict, for
he plead guilty , to the charge prclerrod
against him, saying that he had ."been dat
way cber senco President Gaaflcl had been
shot" and ho had "boon a-watclira de moon
and de staas to toe when he would dio."
Yet tho jury didn't tumble as he wanted it
to and ho is again turned louse upon the
community to continue his astronomical
THE COUNTRY'S EXECUTIVE
Tho condition of tho President continues
to bo critical at last accounts, but yet tho
attending physicians had not given up all
hope. The dispatches yesterday were as
Washington, August 2.1th, 8:30 a. m.
President slept most of tho night. Has tak
en liquid food by mouth at stated iutervalr,
and in sufficient quantities, so that the ene
mata have not been renewed. No modifi
fication of parotid swelling has yet been
observed. His general condition Ib much
the same as at this time yesterday. Pulso
i0o, temperature 08-5-10; respiration 18.
w.mihinoton, Auir. 25, 12:30 p. in.
Since tlin infilling ot tho morning bulletin
rise in tho President's temperature, similar
to that of yesterday, has been observed, nis
pulso is some wli nt more frequent from the
incision on tho parotid swelling. A few
drops of pus wore discharged this morning,
The size of the swelling has been dimin
ishod. In other respects his condition has
not principally changed. Pulso 112, tem
poraturo 99 2-10, respiration 19.
Wahiunoton, D.C., August 25th, 6:30
p. m. There has been littlo chango in the
President's case since the noon bulletin was
issued. The frequency of his pulse
now the brtio as then. His temperature
has risen, but is toot so high as yesterday
evening. There has been a slight dis
chargo during tho day from the incision in
the parotid swelling, but it is not dimin
ished in size. No unfavorable change has
been noticed in the wound. He has taken
by thu mouth a sufficient supply of liquid
food. At present his pulso is 112; tempera
ture 90 8 10; respiration, 19.
D. W. Buss, :
J. J. Woodward,
J. K. Barnes,
J. II. Hamilton.
Since the above was written and in type.
tho following short dispatch arrived, which
speaks for Itself:
WAsniNOTON, D. C, August 2.l5tn, 10:20
p. ni. Tho President has taken a serious
turn. Report discouraging.
This brief telegram may tend to prepare
tho people for another, this morning, an
nounoing tho President's certain and rapid
A BIG CONCERN.
r. mi. ' . i .a ...
air. inoinpson, president or me uixio
Cotton Seed Oil Company, has been in the
city for several days perfocting the prelim
Inary arrangements for commencing work
on the buildings of the company.
Tho ground.which is block number sixty
one, lying botween Jefferson avenuo and
tho Mississippi levee one way, and botween
Third and Fifth streets tho other, and
which iH now in part occupied by the Cairo
and St. Louis railroad, has been ordered to
bo cleared, so that tho work of building
may bo immediately begun. The contract
for furnishing the lumber for the buildings
was let yesterday evening to
Messrs. Lancaster & Rico and
calls for very nearly three
hundred thousand feet of lumber. There
aro to bo four buildings, varying in sizo as
follows: One, one hundred feet square
and two Btories; one, fifty-one by sixty-one
feet and two storms; another seventy-three
by fifty-six feet and two stories; and the
boiler and engine house is to be twenty -five
by fifty feet and one story. Tho latter
will bo of brick and will tako about three
hundred thousand brick. All the buildings
aro to bo finished and everything ready for
work within seventy -five days from yester
A SURE RACE.
losieroay aiternoon arrangements were
effected between Mr, Boklns, of Ballard
county, Ky., and Messrs. Robert
Smyth, and Lippett and O'Hara,
of Cairo, by which their reapoc
tivo horses, "Romeo," "Harry Hill" and
"Julia," aro to run a racoinSt. Mary's
park on next Monday afternoon. Each of
tho parties have put up tweoty-fivo dollars
as a forfeit in the hands of Mr. M. O.
Adams. The race is to be run for olj hun
dred and fifty dollars, one hundred dollars
for the first best and fifty dollars for the
second. All parties concerned have
pledged themselves to be promptly
Mr. G. M. Alden has returned from a re-
cont trip to Chicago.
Captain J. M, Phillips is in Chicago on
business and pleasure.
Mr. Robert Hinkle went to St. Louis yes
terday on business. ;
Miss Clodfelter has gone to Thobos to
attend the Institute that is in session there.
Mr. R. W. Miller left yesterday aiter
FRIDAY MOItNING, AUGUST: 26, 1881.
noon for Dlouiiiington, Ills., on a short
Mr. Henry Wells and family returned
yesterday afternoon from their visit to Cin
Mr. Joseph Burke has returned to Bloom
ington after a few day's visit among his
Mrs. F. Bross and daughter left Wednes
day for St. Louis, Mo., on a visit to rela
tives. Captain T.W. Shields left yesterday lor
Louisville, to witness the- launching of
several new steamers thore.
Misses Emma and Mary Webster, and
Daisy Farrin left for Clear Creek. Misses
Webster go thereon a visit and Miss Far
Mr. Samuel McKnight formerly of this
city, but more recently a member ol the
United States engineer corps, and employ
ed up the Mississippi river, was in ti e city
THIEVES AT WORK.
Yesterday Marshal L. H. Meyers received
information from Hickman and Paducah,
Kentucky, telling of tho robbery
of tho post office in tho former
place and ot the capture of what is suppos
ed to be a stolen watch, by Officer Goary, of
the latter placo. The dispatch from Hick
man is as follows:
Hickman, Ky., August 85th.
To Chief ot Police, Cairo :
Stolen, nineteenth instant, from New Ma
drid. Mo., post office, lot of ono, three and
ten cent stamps; stamped envelopes, nuui
bored thrco, four and four and a half; five
or six dollars silver, and a lot of pocket
knives. Two tramps are suspected who
left that night. Pktkh Hacker.
Officer James Geary, of Paducah, writes
as follows ot a transaction ho had with
who arrived there on the Gus Fowl
Paducah, August 2r)th
A yellow negro giving tho name of Goo.
Robins came up on the Fowler yesterday
morning and offered to sell an old stylo
English gold watch, single case with enped
lever, flowered all round the edges, worth
about $35, for $1. I told him I would take
charge of tho wutch and telegraph clown
the river and soe if it was all right; that he
could see me after dinner and get it back.
I have not scon him since; the watch is no
doubt stolen. If you find out let me know.
Tho farmers of Whiteside county talk of
forming a vigilance committee for protec'
tion against horse thieves.
John Buckingham, ono of the proprietors
of tho Illinois Central elevators, Chicago,
died ounuay at ms summer . Home near
The Grand Jury of Cook county propnso
to look into tho. matter of carrying con
The C. B. & Q. has broken ground for e
now freight depot at Peoria, which will
cost, witn the ground, f 50,000.
Tho National Cigar Company, of Chica
go, wnoso. contract tor convict laoor at tne
Illinois State penitentiary expired alwut
week ago, and who wero unable to renew
their contract, have made arrangements for
the erection of a largo cigar factory at Jo
liet, where they will employ several hundred
Tho Stephen A. Douglas monument at
Chicago, which has just been completed
fifteen years after it was begun, cost in all
$06,!iOO, of which $25,000 was for tho land.
i no site ot tne monument is as nearly as
possible the site chosen by Mr. Douglas for
a residence when he was in prosperous cir
Terrence Conolly, of Newton, N. J., after
abstaining from food for forty-three days,
has commonced to take nourishment.
When he began his abstinence ho was un
able to leave his bed, but of late has walk
ea across cue room and seated nimselt in a
rocking chair.. He ceased to cat because
his Btomach would notrotain food.
Mrs. George Stouo of Waukegan, 111., was
lodged in jail Wednesday night for causing
tho death of Mrs. Frank. Foster, whom she
frightened into premature confinement by
her jealous rago.
, A military company took possession of
tho jail at Orange, Tex., aud prevented a
session of Kangaroo court ' Newspaper cor
respondents and telegraph operators wore
bounced from tho town. Armed men are
scouring the swamps, for the desperadoes
who escaped lynching.
William Groenway, the son-in-law of
General McDonald, of the! whiskey . ring,
has been arrested in Milwaukee for burglar-
zing a saloon in company with Alfred
' : Captain Howgato's embexzlcmont bids
fair to show up $400,000 on the books. The
attorney general has caused, him to be re
arrested and held in $90,000, bail. , General
Iazcn believes that Howgate has appropri
ated to bis own use about one-fourth ot tho
signal service fund, over which he had, ab
solute control. His private yacht on the
'otomac was actually constructed with gov
ernment money in the back .yard of tho
signal offloo. . Hia. method of securing sig
natures to blank vouchers was , audacious
enough to entitle him to a premium. He
owns real estate in Florida, yirgipiA. and
me uisr.net vi vuiumuia, ana is jipown. to
hold large quantities of stocks, from which
tho ' publltf, treasury may possibly realize
something. ' ; ;
The shops of the Galveston road at nous
ton, Tex., WBre swept away by firo Wednes
day evening, causing a heavy loss.
The election in France gave the republi
cans 403 districts and the monarchists and
Bonapartists 80, Gamhetta obtained a
petty majority in Belleville. The doleat of
the Bonapartists in Corsica is regarded as
an event of great political significance.
Paul de Cassagnac was elected at Mirande.
It is reported from the Canadian side of
tho St. Lawrenco that Roscoe Conkling has
purchased Robinson's island.
Senator Beck has been interviewed as to
the probable course of the democrats in
case of tho death of President Garfield.
Ho counseled tho sinking of party feeling
and the election of a conservative republi
can to tho presidency pro turn of tho senato,
naming Henry B. Anthony as a type.
The Irish Land league reports roceipts of
1,315 for tho week. Tho sum of 50 was
granted the Whelm brothers, who were ac
quitted of ttio charge of murdering Boyd.
Rumors are afloat in New York that tho
Russian government has decided to request
the extradition of Hartmann.
A fire at Raymond, III., on the Wabash
road, coDsumod twenty-one buildings with
all their contents. The loss is believed to
In a game of twelve innings the Chicago
nine deteatod the Detroit club by 8 to 6.
Boston beat Worcester by 8 to 4, and Buf
falo waxed Cleveland by 2 to 0.
Tho national board of health has been
advised of tho development of a case ot
yellow fever at Key West.
A. O. Armour, of Now York, wants tho
public to understand that there is no corner
in August wheat, but that a shortage equal
to our entire export of last year has brought
prices to a fair level. Ho thinks corn will
fall below an average crop by 300,000,000
to 400,000,060 bushels.
It is said that the deanery of Westmin
ster has been accepted by Rev. George G
Bradley, for some time honorary chaplain
to the queen.
Reports from tho harvest in Europe givo
France a bettor wheat crop than last year,
while Great Britain falls 10 per cent, below
the average and Austria yields something
above. Tho wheat crop in the Turkish pro
vinces on tho Danube is classed as medium;
in Germany as good; in Switzerland as
very poor in quantity but very fiue in qua
lity, and in Belgium as very far below the
average. Russia reports barley as the best
crop of the year. In Holland all cereals
are in good condition, while in Spain the
reverso is tho case; m Italy the crops are of
medium quality and below tho average of
Two auctioneers were selling pools at
Hartford Wednesday evening. Little Brown
Jug stood at $100, to $30 ior Mattio Hant
er and $20 for the field.
General Hancock has a very high opinion
of Dr. Agnew. In conversation recently he
said that Dr. Agnew once attended him
when he was hurt, and added : "He is a
very fine surgeon, one of the very best."
Richmond, Virginia, iB suffering from a
water famine, the like of which was never
known there before. A few manufactories
have closed and a number of householders
are inconvenienced by the scarcity of the
Gold shipments from Europe have been
resumed. One vessel a few days ago brought
$500,000. Franco and England are both
expecting to unload their surplus on us
this year, in exchange for brcadstuffs, end
the Government has emptied the Sub-Treasury
vaults in Now York in preparation to
Rev. R. E. Beyer, of St. Louis, Mo.,
formerly Missionary at Now Guinea, ad
vises evcryliody to use 8t. Jacobs Oil for
rheumatism, gout or other painful diseases
of this nature. He says after using it for
his own case, that he felt more and more
of life returning to his lame limbs, and all
rheumatic pain was subdued at once.
Go to Paul G. Schuh for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color aro unequaled. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directions in English
and German. Price 15 cents.
It is conerally conceded that tho matur
ity of diseases are accompanied by faulty
digestion. No remedy has beforo boen dis
covered which has so beneficial an influence
as Follows' Syrup of Hypopbosphitcs. I
have derived much benefit from using Fel
lows' Hypophosphitos in cbronio constipa
tion. John B. Moore,
Forest City, Montana.
TO YOUNG MEN AND OTHERS.
Wt and on trial for thirty diyi our Iloctro Vol-
tale Bolt, Binds and Bmpcnaorloa, to young an
and othart inlTartiB from waaknoiiaa. narvoua (la
bility, loat vitality, lost manhood, and many other
dlaaaaoa. WamuantM anaod enrol and aodv
Slot restoration of manhnod, address wit boat
lay, VOLTAIC 00. MarabaU Itlob.,
ACOOKtNO 8TOVK fur aalo. with twolron pnta
, . .'".V" Pnndtwa gnddiei! will ba sold
for ten dollar. Apply at Bulletin office .
CAIRO AND NEW MADK1D P1CKIT.
TO NEW MADRID.;
W J. TUKNElt, Master
J. K. MUSK, Ulurlc.
teavfli Cairo for Naw Madrid and way points
every Tueaday, Thjidaf sod Saturday at t p, m.
fnT Uoftu'l"""' W.dn.Jd.y, Friday,
Fur freight or paaxaire snply to
J AM Kb BKIOH, Agont.
THE IOE KING.
Heady nor, to furnlfh and deliver 1CK In toy
quantity both wholesale and retail, and at
ROCK BOTTOM PRICES.
I reapectfully solicit the patronage of all my old
frlenda aud aa maor new onea, and luarmtoeihem
latlefMtloa. . . JACOB KLKK.
Commercial Avenue aud Eighth Street.
F. HROR9, President.
T. J. KEltTIl, Annuitant Cuehlvr.
F. BroM. Cairo; William Klugo, Cairo:
Peter Noff. Cairo: William Wolf. Cslro:
C. M. Oaterloh, Cairo; C. O. Patter, Cairo;
K. A. Kuder, Cairo: J.Y.Clemion, Caledonia:
II. Well. Cairo.
A GENERAL BANKING BU8INES3 DONE.
Exchaniro eold and bought. Internet paid In
the Savlnra Department Collections made and
all buineaa promptly attended to.
11ILL AND COMMISSION.
DBA LI KB I
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY f
Hitrhest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
Summer , Wood and Kindling
conttantly on hand
At Seventy-flve cents per load.
At one dollar per load.
The "lrlmmlno"r eoaraa abavlnca and make
the best summer wood for eooklni nnruoaea aa wall
aa the eheapeat ever told In Cairo, for black
smith's naa Inaettlnt tlree, they are unequalled
Leave root orders at tne Tenth street wood yard
0AIRO CITY FERRY CO.
t ' ,m I,.
,On and atT Monday. Jsneftk, aid until lirther
notice the feifyboet will make trips ai followi:
li trie uatii. urns ,
Foat Fourth it. Mlnonrl Land's, Kentucky Ld g.
1:00 a. m. 1:80 a. . 1a.m.
10:00a. m. " I0:s0a.a. 11 a. a.
9:00 p. . 1:80 p. at. Ip.m
4:00 p.m. 4:80 p.m. . SiOOp.m.
1 p.m. ' 1:80 p.m. I p.ss