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TIIE DAILY BULLETIN,
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HTBBKD AT TUI POST OFFICII IN CA.IBO, a
UNOIB, 18 SIOOKD-CLAU HATTtB.
oFWlJkl. PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notir !u tun co'.iimn, WRlit cuiiln per Una for
f rot mil Sve eonu vor Itii ocb iilioqiient lmor
lion. For odd wwk, 3d cvnta pur lluu. lot ouo
biouth, W) cooU pur lino.
Washington avenue, corner Seventh
etrout. Good day board at reasonable
ratos. Meal ticket for transient board
ers. Mus. Phil K. IIowakd.
Foil Rest. -Cottago on 10th street. Ap
ply to Mrs. Fitzgerald, Bulletin building.
ICE I ICE! I
Out of the fire, cor. of 8th and Levee, my
ico bouse and office is at present at the
City Brewery, on Washington aveuue, be
tween 8th and 9th streets. Orders will be
filled satno as usual, both wholesale and
retail Wagons supply regularly every day.
, Jacou Klee.
V r EtMit Dwelling-.
I will rent my house on Fifteenth street
to a responsible tenant. House contains
ten rooni9 besides brick baseineut with din
ing room, kitchen, pantry and wash room,
and is in good condition. Apply to me on
the premises or at Barclay Bro's Ohio levee
drug store. Jas. S. Reakden.
Flowers, Novelties, Millinery.
Mrs. M. A. Uoode, Eighth street ooposite
Bristol's has receieved a full line of new,
fresh and fashionable millinery, Straw
good Flowers, Ribbons, and fancy articles,
which is offered at very low figures. At
her store is the rlace to buy neat and cheap
flowers for adorning ladies dresses and
belts. All are cordially invited to call and
inspect her stock. tf.
Grand Musical Festival.
At Chicago, May 23 to 20, 19S3. The
Illinois Central Railroad will sell excursion
tickets Cairo to Chicago and return atone
and one third fare for round trip. Tickets
will be sold May 22d to 23th mclusive good
to return on until May 27th.
A. II. Hanson,
General Passenger Agent.
Use Tub Caiho Bulletin perforated
scratch-book, made of calendered jute
manilla, equally good for ink or pencil. For
sale, in three sizes, at the office. No. 2 and
8. five and ten cents each by the single one,
by the dozen. Special discount on gross
lota to the trade.
308,000 Brick for Sale.
I tlavo now in mv brink vard rrradv for
delivery three hundred thousand brick, and
will have plenty to fill all orders during
the summer. Jacob Kline.
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured aad for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
Mrs. Nicholson will commence a school
for children the first of June. Hours, from
nine till two o'clock; also lessons in music
during the afternoon.
Terms, one dollar a month.
Music, twenty -five cents a lesson.
For particulars apply to her at Tue Bul
Sproat's Retail Ice Box.
Consumers of ice are notified that for
their convenience I have built a large Ice
box on Eighth street in Cundiffs store where
ice in anv quantity can at all times be ob
tained. My customers will reniemler that
their tickets will be punched at this stand
jubt the same as by drivers of wagons, tf.
Rooms, furnished or unfurnished on sec
ond floor of Tub Bulletin building. Ap
ply, up stairs, Mrs. Fitzgerald.
Notice to Consumers of Ice.
My wagons will run through the season
delivering ice to all parts of the city. I
nave also an ice box on Eighth street at J.
Walters' and at my office on Tenth street,
at C. W. Wheeler's wood yard where
orders may be left. A share of your bus
iness is solicited and orders will receive
prompt and cnreiul attention.
Geo. W. Pi'ence,
A GOOD BAROAIN
Will be given some enterpriseini man
in Tub ucllktin Building, which is now
offered for sale on easy terms, long time
and low rate nt interest. The building
had rented for the past year for
fifty to sixty-two dollars per month.
The property consists of 4 lots, and two
brick buildings -a three story 40x00 and a
two story 10 x 45. Has a fronago of 50
feet on Washington avenue and 100 feet on
12th street. If desired the machinery, en
gine, boiler, &c, in the 2 story building
will 1x3 sold with it. For particulars ad
dress this office, or John II. Oborly, Bloom
Hope on, Hope Ever,
No matter what the ailment nmvbu rhi-nmn.
tiain, neuralgia, lameness, athuia, brouchitis
if other treatment have failed hope on
go at once for Thomas' Eclectric Oil. It
win secure you immediate relief.
Women are' everywhere using and
rec'immendinrr lnrliir'ii nin.n.r t,..,; i.
cause they have learned from experience
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heavv. mouth foul, uvi'n vi'llnw L 1.1
disordered, symptoms of piles tormenting
you, take at once a few doses of Kidney.
Wort It if nature's great assistant. Use
,11 u ma iuviuui nuara uu t wall lu gel
down nek. Boo largo advertisement.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Nutlou) in tbuoo coinmni, wa cnti per lluu
1Mb laierttoB, Harked
Window shades all styles and prices at
Jeff Clark's. tf
Thursday, the 23th, is the date of
tho grand Calico May Hop of ths MyBtic
Circuit court was not in session yestcr
day. It adjourned Saturday about noon to
conveno again this morning.
Mouldings ana picture iranies m j
... . .. t .--l Y..IV
Don't delay; prepare to attend the Cal
ico May Hop of the JMjstio Krew on Thurs
day night. It
Harry Walker's Comique band again
attracts largo audiences at tho corner of
Sixth street and Commercial avenuo every
night, and entertains them splendidly.
A small nicklo plated door key was
found on the post office steps yesterday.
Owner can have same by paying for this
Special rates to Chicago are given by
the Illinois Central railroad company to all
wishing to attend tho grand musical foati
val, to be given there from May 23rd to 20th.
See special locals.
In a report of tho names of thoso com
posing the royal party at tho Temperance
picnic on Saturday, that of the king was
omitcd. Mr. James Lockridgo was that fa
Tno eighth anniversary of the South
ern Illinois Normal University at Carbon
dale, will bo celebrated by appropriate exor
cises, beginning with the 11th and ending
on tho 15th of June.
The ferryboat excursion to Paducah,
which was to have taken place Sunday,
was postponed until next Sunday becausoof
rasn. The manager, Mr. Walker, is deter
mined to have a fine day for his eicursion.
Twenty-eight bars of silver arrived
here by express from Omaha yestwrday for
reshipment to the New Orleans mint.
Shipments of this kind have been passing
through here from and to tho same points
every week fur over a month.
Saturday's picnic was not as profitable
to the Reform club as it would have been
but for the bad weather. On the picnic
proper the club came out a little behind,
but including the proceeds from the elec
tion of May Queen, it will bo about sixty
Sunday night's lecture on "Modern
Doubt and Dogma," by Rector F. P. Dav
enport at the Episcopal church, is pro
nounced by some who heard it, to have been
an able exposition, and to havo been listen
ed to with deep interest by a large audi
ence. Tho observations of the total eclipse of
the sun in the Eastern Hemisphere, on
Wednesday last, seems to have resulted in
a most important discovery that of the
presence of a coment in tho vicinity of tho
sun. Speculation will now bo rife as to
the extent this celestial visitant is respon
sible for the remarkably wet weather of the j
past three weeks.
Yesterday Mr. Hudson, nephew of Col.
I. B. Hudson, arrived in this city from
Louisiana, bringing with him the hand cuffs
which Captain Hutchinson had put on old
man Atkinson's wrists when he was shot.
The cuffs belong to Officer Haz. Martin,
from whom Captain Hutchinson borrowed
them on his way through here in pursuit of
the fugitive murderers.
A negro named Elsa Jackson was
caught yesterday in the act of carrying
away a pair of shoes and three dollars in
money, which he had stolen from a room
over the store of Messrs. White & Greer.
He was seen to enter the room by Mr.
Jenkins, who occupicB it, and was stopped
as he came forth and turned over to Officer
Martin, lie is the same darkey who was
caught sorao time before, stealing a coat
from the I'alace clothing house, but lor
which he was not punished as he ought to
have been. He was jailed and will be pre
liminarily examined to-day.
The street committee met at tho council
chamber yesterday afternoon. Aldermen
Blake and McHalo, Mayor Thistlewood aud
Street Commissioner Baird were present.
Various matters relating to the streets and
walks of tho city were considered, princi
pal among which were the new BewerB
which arc to be constructed in accordance
with an ordinance recently passed. Plans
were submitted by the committee, showing
tho location and extent of the sewers, for
tho benefit of thoso who may wish to bid
for their construction.
Those in this city who havo lost cows
by death from disease recently, begin to
suBpcct, in the light of recent developments,
that their animals died from the effects of
poison administered by persons guilty of
stealing other cows, to mislead tho owners
of these into the belief that their cows also
died with disease. If this belief bo truo,
then it muBl be admitted that the thief or
thieves acted wisely, for both Mr. Schrooder
aud Mr. Redburn concluded that their cows
had gone away and died, when in fact they
were stolen. What lends additional sup
port to this belief is that somo of the cows
which died within tho last few weeks, nota.
ably those of Mng.strato Comings', had all
tno symptoms ol poisoning.
After speaking of tho donation by
Mrs. Sufford of two elegant biiBts of Wash'
ington and Lincoln to the Odd Fellow
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
lodge of this city, tho Bloomington Bulletin
pronounces tho following well-deserved
eulogy of Mr. A. B. Safford : "Mrs. Safford
is tho widow of tho lato A. B. Safford, Esq.,
of Cairo, who died suddenly and unexpect
edly in Burlington, Vt., in 1877. Hlsdoath
was felt as a personal loss by every man,
woman and child in Cairo. They felt that
'tako hinvfor all in all, they no'er would
look upon his like again.' Noted for his
devotion to his family, his friends aud his
business, nnd for a singlo-lieartod interest
in tho public schools of his town, he had
also sincere and unalterable attachment for
his 'lodge.' Mrs. Safford's gift ia a beauti
ful expression of her reverence for this
Beutiment, and as such is- evidently fully
appreciated by tho recipients."
MAOISTltATK COMINGS' COUIIT TKSTEKDAT.
Lewis Parker, for vagrancy, fined fifty
dollars and costs.
Frank Williams, drunk, fined fivo dol
lars and costs.
J. W. Bradshaw, carrying . concealed
weapons, fined twenty-five dollars and costs
and given a stay of three hours on condi
tion that ho leave tho city.
Ellen Foy, drunk, fined fivo dollars aud
Lizzio Norman, disorderly, lined five dol
lars and costs.
John Johnson, drunk and disorderly,
fined six dollars and costs.
A. Bracket, disorderly, fined fivo dollars
NEW POSTAL ORDER.
EXTRACT FROM CIUCULAll KHOM TI1K FIUST
ATSI8TANT I'OSTMASKH OENEKAL DELIV
ERY OF MAIL TO riUVATE MESSKNOKll.
cihculau no. 1190.
Post Okfick Detainment,
Washington, 1). C, April G, 1882.
The department has been advised that
various persons are proposing to employ
messengers to call at the 'post office for
their mail, to give orders on the postmaster
for the delivery of the same to the bearer of
Postmasters, therefore, are advised that
where application is made to them for the
delivery of letters addressed toothers than
the parties claiming such delivery, and it is
evidently the purpose of the parties niak
iug the application to make distribution of
the mail tnattui in boxes provided at their
private office, the delivery Bhould be re
fused, except of lei ters addressed to the per
son making tho application.
Where tho application, however, is not
made for this purpose, but to serve tho con
venience of tho persons giving tho order,
postmasters should treat the messenger as
one caller representing for the time being
the first name on the list, and wait on him
delivering any matter addressed to this
name, and should then wait upon the next
person, if there bo any there present, de
manding mail. After supplying all present
in their order, he should return to the mes
senger delivering in nil addressed to the
next ramo on the list, attending then to
other applicants, if present, and proceed
accordingly until his delivery is complete.
Postmasters are forbidden to keep gener
al callers waiting in order to pick out the
mail for an indefinite number of persons
upon the application of the agent tmloyed
by therxi. Persons giving such an order
should be served in the same manner as
they would be if they were to call in per
son. Postmasters are also forbidden to pick
out the mail addressed to persons thus repre
sented, or to put it in a separate rcceptuclo,
as this would be giving au unduo advan
tage to such person.
Postmasters should put tho mail of box
holders in their boxes, and all other persons
in tho general delivery, in accordance with
Section 302, Postal Laws and Regulations,
viz: Each box tuust be restricted to the
use of ono family, firm or corporation.
Tho genuineness of all orders for delivery
must be ascertained and the orders filed for
Signed J Fhank Hatton,
First Assistant Postmaster-General.
THE TIIIAI. WHICH HAS AUSOHUKU 1'UJiLIO
INTEREST FOR TIIE LAST FEW DAYS.
In Justice J. H, Robinson's court yester
day morning tho preliminary examination
of young Lulu Koehler, for complicity in
tho theft of a cow belongijy to Mr. Charles
Gayer, was resumed. When tho court ad
journed Saturday tho evidence for tho pros
ecution had all been taken, so that yester
day that for tho defeimu was inroduced and
tho argument began. The people aro rep
resented by States Attorney Damron alone,
who made tho opening argumcut early in
tho afternoon. Ho was followed by Messrs.
Lincgar, Loek and Mulkey for tho defense,
tho latter concluding about six o'clock,
when court adjourned to meet again this
morning to hear States Attorney Damron '
concluding arguinout and to render a de
cision. Tho witnesses for tho defense wore,
CharleaTorry, who testified, 8ubstance,
that ho was next door to Koehler's butcher
shop all of Monday evening, but had not
seen the negro Fountain around there, or
, Lulu Koehler leave tho shop, as the Baid
Fountain had tcssiflod. But upon cross ex
amination admitted that ho had not been
always in a position to seo who went in
and out, ami that, although a number of
persons had gono in and out, ho could hot
remember in a single instanco who tlioy
were. Hwould not swear positively that
Fountain had not visited the shop and that
koohlorhau not left the alio p between four
and six o'clock.
Mr. Fred Koehler testified that he had
not, as sworn by Fountain, tended Bhop
tor .young Lulu Monday evening
while as claimed tho latter
was in company with said Fountain
pointing out to him what cow to catch and
kill. He was ut home asleep all evcuing.
Louis Koehler Jr., sworo that he was in
tho shop with youug Lulu all Monday ev
oiling, from four to six o'clock, and that tho
latter did not leave tho shop that evening
But upon cross examination ho admitted
that he was a witness in tho Dounally caso
at the court house Monday aud heard Don
nally's testimony, which was given between
four and fivo o'clock in the evening.
Louis Koehler Sr., swore that he
leased the slaughter houso in which Mr.
Gayer's cow was killed from Messrs. Henry
Sayer and Charles Gillhoffcr; that ho sub
leased it to any ono who might wish to use
it; that he was at the slaughter houso Mon
day evening and night, and that, a number
of persons w ere then engaged there in kill
Mrs. Fountain, mother of tho principal
witness for, the prosecution, was introduced
by the prosection in rebuttal. She testified
that Mr. Fred Koehler had sent a negro to
her to tisk her to induce her son to retract
all he had said implicating young Lulu
Koehler and assume all blame alone, ami
that he (Fred) would then seek, by petition
to the governor, to have him, Fountain,
pardoned if ho wire sent to the penitentiary.
She also testified that young Lulu had vinit
ed her, and while trying to get her to uce
her influence with her sou to induce him to
withdraw his damaging testimony and as
sumo all responsibility himself, he (Lulu)
remarked that tho whole business would
cost him about six hundred dollars and
they might send him to tho "peu" for a
year or two, but that Fountain would get
at least ten years.
This closed the testimony in tho case.
Other witnesses who had been subpoeaned
by the defense were not examined. The
cajo will probably be concluded this fore
noon. MUST THE SISTERS GOl
A petlon, the substance of which is to
expel from this city the good Sisters of the
hospital, has been industriously circultated
with a zeal worthy of a nobler cause, for the
signatures of our citizens. This rash, un
just, uncharitable and seemingly malevo
lent action is calculated to disturb that
peace and harmony which hitherto reigned
in this community between people of every
class, creed and nationality. Experience is
the best toaehcr and experience should
have taught our soi-disant philanthropists
that the Sisters' hospital here, including
the marine hospital station, has been pro
ductive, not of evil, but of greater good
than it could be' expected of worldly
minded people to comprehend or appreciate.
When, or in what manner, havo the Sisturs
or their hospital proved injurious to the
welfare of society? Never in nny way.
Never has a case of contagious ' disease
spread from tho hospital. Tho main
building in their large plot of ground is in
a comparatively isolated position, being far
removed from the public street and farther
from the public school houses and the
church. The other building, in which
are quarantined contagious cases sent there,
occasionally, by the government and the
city, is still farther back toward tho unin
To exemplify: The families on'cither
side of the hospital, and who live in closest
proximity to it, wholly escaped small-pox
this year, whilst stray cases of it could be
found all over tho rest of the city. This
instance is of a kind with all previous ones,
which shows, conclusively, that no danger
is to bo dreaded from the position of the
hosital. Hut some, for want of argument,
may urge that tho danger lies, principally,
in mariners, afflicted with contagious dis
eases, passing through populous parts of
the city on their way to tho marine hos
pital station. Tho sumo objection holds
good of similar patients sent to tho pest
house from tho lower portions of the city.
Besides tho Sisters' contract with tho gov
ernment does not oblige them to receive
Tho curly profit they durivo from their as
siduoushard labor etines from tho govern
ment, and to deprivo them of that is to
deprive 'hem of their only means of sub
sistence bore, and to deprive them of this
is to starvo them or force thorn to leave tho
All who signed tho petition claim to bo
friendly to tho Sisters, and most of them
siguod through thoughtlessness, or because
they wero misinformed a to tho true na
ture of tho case. Now, irontloruou, you
say you had no intention to hurt tho Sis
tors; but tho Sister Superior told me that
"everyone who signed that petition did
them a great injury." If you wero their
friends, why did you not consult with
them before you signed? Of course, it is
still possiblo for you to demand tho erasure
of your names ands'gn thecontra-petition.
Otherwise your friendship must be likened
to that of Judas who botrayed our Lord
with a kiss. These Sisters ask nothing of
MAY 23, 1882.
Of Every Description, from the minutest article up to a
Youth's or Geutleman's Complete Outfit. A large Assort
ment of STilAW HATS AND STIFF MUMMED FEALT
HATS of the latest styles just received.
ADVANTAGES WE HAVE:
Sll'iT,r1U,ftntlty ur ""'''"'d'su w buy to supply ,mr numcrniiB stores.
Turn n w "V Tplu C'lI,itftl 1111,1 ure l,,L'l'!U' to buy cash down.
wlIS M "
Now, it is by taking advantage of these opportunities that we do from time to timo
name such apparently ridiculously low prices. For instance we are selling Middlesex
Blue Flanne Suit, our U suit I tiw.fl.w,. l.;h, cii ..,,. um.i. , b..'.. J.
.. .- i L.SL.X ,0 Kill 111 iNntlfl
genuine without ticket. A very nice Cheviot Suit for 9.30, worth l 3.0, . A very nob
by Red S.Ik Mixed Suit at SiSSJJO, worth 10.Du. Wedonotsell Jods tor lm than cost
We want it distinctly u..,!,.,,.,,.! ti.t ... .!, c.ii ,.,n .... . ... J..l r KHS llmn.co.hl'
that principle by which a merchant can sell
has never v,.t ..,... ,i;u,. 1 . i .
to buy "av.w.u.v.j. wume mm
I J ' ' if
' " .' ' ""It,...
the city or people, and never did, except to
belet alone, '.'.ley would ratlu r die thu
cause "the physical or mental injury of any
creatarc much less of a whole community
of human beings.'' But there are com
munities of women hero who spread con-
tat,'iotis diseases, aud who occasion physical
mental and social ruin, and, worse still,
are the nurseries and hot beds of crimes
that lead to hell. Thi.se live luxuriously
on patronage. Do our aforesaid philai.
thropists petition for their removal I Oh,
nol Thtjy are too gaiLut t' t that; but they
want to exterminate the inotLnsive, purn
Virgins of Holy Cross tho greatest and
most self sacriticing benefactresses in our
community. O, temporal O, moms!
Wero it possiblo the spirits of bur brave
warriors, who died for their country, fur
principle and for freedom, .would rise up a
mighty host and shower down their male
dictions on the persecutors of the Sisters
those angels of mercy who faced und
braved both shot and shell, aud all the art
ful implements of war to succour suffering
humanity, our falluii herpes?
Gentlemen, you made a similar attempt
in a covert a few years ago. It failed. So
will your present one.
Hyiiucriey cliid iu iilil!untlirojy'i cloak
Felt Joyful und irnii(l 'Ml tint iiwncr llinx cpoke:
Hurauiilty hurubli tl licr htail liuns In sUmc,
Ao'l Cairo illi-irrrnxd wuile ln.r lillhud kiuA
Caiuo, 111., May 20th, 1SS3.
F. A. Scratch, druggist, Ruthven, Ont.,
writes: "I have tho greatest confidence in
your Burdock Blood Bitters. In one case
with which I am personally acquainted
their success was almost incredible. Ono
lady told hip that half a bottle did her
more good than hundreds of dollars' worth
of medicine Bhe had previously taken."
l'riee 1.00. Paul O. Schuh, Agent.
John Hays, Credit, 1'. O., says that for
nine months ho could not raise his baud to
hishVad through lameness in the shoulder,
but by tho tise of Thomas' Eclectric Oil he
was entirely cuied. Paul 0. Schuh, Agent.
It People Will Chew,
they should counteract the injurious effect
of tobacco upon the teeth, with the atcrling
preservative and purifier, Sozodont, which
not only whitens tho tooth and rendora tho
gums healthy, but ImniUics from tho breath
every objectionable odor. . Certain tooth
powders, paBt is and washes, although they
cleanse, also injure tho dcnt.,l enamel, but
this matchless toilet auxiliary preserves
and strengthens it. Us origin is botanic
and ita flavor and odor delightful.
Pill II I IWIII-IB MM
as being a certain cure for the worst forms
of dyspepsia, indigestion, constipation, im
purity of blood, torjild liver, disordered kid
neys, etc., and as a medicine for eradicating
every, species of humor, from an ordinary
pimple to tho worst ulcer, Burdock Blood
Bitters stand unrivaled. Price $1.00. Paul
O. Schuh, Aqent.
yoods for less than cohr, and still keen Vtorn
i. .. ..! . 1' mu
bcu our Koiiu. i ou win not l.'e importuned-
J . BU RGlllB & BRO,
At; Palace; Clothing ITouso,
108 Commercial -A.veiu.io.
The Man doi Honor to Jliru
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rulf Hand S'cw.-d Bniton (iait-
i T-. ThcV are Alu ivsi Pf.1lai.in
i lid Uiei'.p,
Fred. Amos, Tyler Street, Rochester,
writes: "Your Spring Blosfom is wonder
ful; I never used anything that acted so
well cu the bowels, and at the same timo
was so free from the drastic properties of
medicines usually sold for tho purpose."
Price SO cents, trial bottles 10 cents. Tsui
0. Schuh, Agent.
The Voltaic Bki.t Co., Marshall, Mich.,
will send Dr. Dyes Celebrated Klectro-Vol-tu;c
Belts and J-Ilectric Appliances on trial
for thirty days to men (young or old) who
are nl'licted with Nervous Debility, Lost
Vitality ami Manhood, and kindred troubles,
guaranteeing speedy and complete restora
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as ubove. N. B.-No risk is incurred, as
thirty d.iys' trial is allowed.
Found at Last.
What every one should have, and never
lie without, is Thomas' Eclectric Oil. It is
thorough and safe in its effects, producing
the must wondrous cures of rheumatism,
neuralgia, burns, bruises and wounds of
every kind. Paul O. Schuh, Agent.
B i L wr douX
V'uh dueled liy a majority of ton thontund votes
to ho the lineal 5c. dijar Iu tlio market.
TOVKI. AND IN'l'BUKSTINO KNTKIITAIN
Japanese Tea .Party
AT UAUTMAN B HALL.
Uy t lis l,aUe Socluty of tlirri'Ml)vti'rlnChiircL,
nt xtulit n'-.luck, TlmriMlay Kvu, May iBth .
l'rorainma to coiihikI of Mimic, Sconon from Ja
paueaullfu, audtuouovul curuiuouey of a
Fancy artldtin, doll..Iapau(u Articles for annua
bold dvrorulloni'. chlldrmi'i toys will bo for sale.
Tea will bu aurvud by laulua iu
Ticket, tncladluit cup and taucur, 31 couti.
Ico cream oxtra.