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THE DAILY 0A1R0 BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 24, 1882.
TOE DAILY BULLETIN
9c : ButUUa DnUdtnc, Washington ATnoe
ITTBKEl) AT TUB POST OiriCI IN OAIHO, IL
UNOIB, At eBOOND-fllAU MATTIH.
OflOlAL FAPXR OF CITT AND COUNTY
8PE0IAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notic lu tm column, clslit conn per Una for
ilrnt tti a live onli Dor Hue mb turacqaoni inier
lion. Kr one wock, 3HCUHU per lino. For ouo
tiioaia, 00 couu pur line.
Howard House. - '
' Washington avenue, coruur Seventh
street. Uood day board at reasonable
rates. Meal, tickets for transient board
er. Mhs. Pinn Iv. IIowakd.
ICE I I CUM
Out of the fire, cor. of 6th and Levee, my
ice house and oflico is at present at the
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, be
tween 8th and Oth streets. Orders will be
filled same as usual, both wholesale and
retail. Wagons supply regularly every day.
For Rout Dwelling1.
I will rcut ray house on Fifteenth street
to a responsible tenant. House contains
ten rooms besides brick basemotit with din
ing room, kitchen, pantry and wash room,
and is in good condition. Apply to mo on
the premises or at Barclay Bro's Ohio leveo
drug store. Jar. S. Rkauden.
Flowers, Novelties, Millinery.
Jlrs. M. A. Uoodc, Eighth street onposito
Bristol's has reccieved a full line of new,
fresh and fashionablo millinery, Straw
goods Flowers, Ribbons, and fancy articles)
which is offered at very low figures. At
her store is the place to buy neat and cheap
flowers for adorning ladies dresses and
belts. AU arc cordially invited to call ami
inspect her stock. tf.
Cottage fob kbnt, in good location
Cheap to a good tenant. Apply up stairs in
The Bulletin building.
tf. Mus. Fitzgerald.
Grand Musical Festival.
At Chicago, May 23 to 20, 1882. The
Illinois Central Railroad will sell excursion
tickots Cairo to Chicago and return, at one
and one third faro for round trip. Tickets
will be sold May 22d to 25th inclusive good
to return on until May 27th.
A. II. Hanson,
Goueral Passenger Agent.
Da. Kli.nu's Okhat Nerve Rbstohek is
the marvel of the age for all ncrvo diseases.
All fits stopped free. Send to 031 Arch
Btreet, Philadelpia, Pa.
Use Tub Caiiio Bulletin perforated
scratch-book, made of calendered jute
tnanilla, equally good for Ink or pencil. For
sale, in three sizes, at tho oflice. No. 2 and
S. fivo and ten cents each by the single ono,
.by the dozen. Special discount on gross
lota to the trade.
309,000 Brick for Sale.
I have now in my brick yard ready for
delivery three hundred thousand brick, and
will have plenty to fill all orders during
the summer. Jacob Kline.
Receipt bouks, Cuiro date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured aid for sale at tho Cairo Bulletin
Mrs. Nicholson will commence a school
for children the first of June. Hours, from
nine till two o'clock; also luBsons in muBic
during the afternoon.
Terms, one dollar a month.
Music, twenty five cents a lesson.
For particulars apply to her at The Bul
Pproat'H Retail lee Box.
Cousumeis of ico are notified that for
their convenience I have built a large Ice
box on Eighth street in Cunditrs store where
ico in anv quantity can at all times be ob
tained. My customers will remember that
their tickets will be punched at this stand
just the same as by drivers of wagons, tf.
j John Simioat.
Notice to Consumers of Ice.
My wagons will run through tho season
delivering ice to all parts of the city. I
have also an ice box on Eighth street at J.
Walters' aud at my office on Tenth Btreet,
at C. W. Wheeler's wood yard where
orders may be left. A share of your bus
inesa is solicited anu oraers win receive
prompt and careful attention.
Oeo. W. Kpe.nce,
A GOOD BARGAIN
Will bo given somo enterpriseing man
in Tub uullktix Building, which is now
olTered for sale on easy turuis, long time
and low rate of interest. The building
has rented for tho past year for
fifty to sixty-two dollars per month.
Tho property consists of 4 lots, and two
brick buildings -a threo story 40xi() and a
two story 10 x 45. Has a frontage of 50
feeton Washington'aveiiuo and 150 feet on
12th street. If desired the machinery, en
gine, boiler, &c, in the 2 story building
will be sold with it. For particulars ad
dress this office, or John II. Oberly.Bloom
Hope on, Hope Ever,
No matter what the ailment may be rheuma
tism, neuralgia, lameness, athma, bronchitis
if other treatment have failed hope on
go at onco for Thomas' Eclectric Oil. It
will sccuro you immedia'o relief.
Women are everywhere using and
recommending Parker's Oinger Touic, be
cause they havo learned from experience
that it speedily overcomes despondency,
indigestion puin or weakness in the back
and kidneys, and other troubles peculiar to
tho sex. Homo Journal. Hue adv.
Guard Against Disease.
' If you Bind yourself getting bilious head
heavy, mouth foul, eyes yellow, kidneys
disordered, symptoms oi pucs tormenting
you, take at once a few doses of Kidney-
wort It is nature s great assistant. Use
it as an advance guard don't wait to get
down lick. See large advertisement.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notleei In then eoinmni, Ml eenU per line,
ten iMartioD. jaemoa
Window shades all styles and prices at
Jeff Clark's. tf
-Tho Chicago Tribune calls President
Arthur "his accidency."
A light snow fell in Chicago yesterday
morninu. 8o said a telocram received
Mr. 8addlor's clothing house on Com
mercial avonuo has undergone extensive
-Mouldings and picture frames at Jeff
A new enterprise in the form ol an ice
cream saloon in connection with a floral
stand is to bo opened by Mr. D. F. King,
onnosito the court house, Friday or Satur
At tho tea party of tho Presbyterian
ladies at Ilartman's hall Thursday evening
each person will bo furnished with a hand
some Jananeso cun and saucer, filled with
genuine Japanese tea.
Kunkle's Grand Concert troupe, or
ganized by the editor of Kunkle's Musical
Review, of St. Louis, with the world-
renowned pianists, Kunklc Bros, expect to
visit Cairo at an early date.
-Tho St. Louis and Cairo railroad has
not run its trains into the city since Satur
day, high water abovo the city interfering.
The water is going down, however, and the
little road will bo alright again in a few
Tho negro Elsie Jackson, who stolo a
pair of shoes ani three dollars Monday
from tho room of Mr. Bfady, over Messrs.
White & Greer's store, was held to bail in
thu sum of two hundred dollars by Magis
trate Comings yesterday.
Officer Hsz. Martin arrested a negro
named Robert Graham yesterday. Gra
ham was for some time in the employ of
Mr. Wm. Kluge, and at an opportune time
took possession of a pair of new pants be
longing to Mr. Klugc. He was jailed and
will bo examined to-day.
A convict in "tho Chester penitentiary,
named Wm." Walter, alias Wm. Schmidt,
sent up from Madison county for burglary,
made his escape Monday in a skiff, coming
toward this city. Ho was twenty-nino
years of ago and a Btono cutter by trado.
Chief Myers has been notified and will look
out for him.
Tho woman suffragists of Indianapolis
had an enthusiastic meeting a few nights
ago, Gov. Porter and others making ad
dresses. Woman suffrage, iUBt now. ap
pears to be rapidly gaining popularity, and,
from the way politicians are committing
themselves to tho project, it is fair to con
jecture that they expect to seo it soon be
come the law of the land.
Mr. C. R. Woodward is having a large
substantial shed built over his vacant lots
on the east side of Commercial avenuo,
opposite Eleventh street. It will be about
thirty feet high at the centro, and cover a
piece of ground one hundred , and twenty
five by ono hundred and fifty feet in di
mensions. It will boused for Btoring largo
quantities of wooden stock of every descrip
tion. Engineer Charles Thrupp laid out the
lot back of tho Vincent block, at tho corner
of Eighth street and Commercial avenue,
jCBterday morning- Mr. Vincent intends
to begin tho erection of a two story brick
house there immediately, us
ing tome cf tho remaining
material from his recently burned property.
The building will bo fifty feet long by
twenty wide, and Mr. Vincent will occupy
it as a lime store.
Bartons Froo Press says: "J. A.
Reeve, tho clerk of tho house of representa
tives, appeared among our people on Wed
nesday. Ho is one of the best fellows in
the world. His locomotion is not as rapid
as it might have been, had ho not on ono
occasion stopped an ounco of rebel lead.
IIo can run, however, and to see bin do it
we have only to put him up for tho legis
lature." Barton's hints are about to bo
taken if reports hereabouts are truo.
Of the Binall-pox cases now undor treat
ment at the city hospital all but six or sev
en are nearly well. Several of those who
are well enough to leave refuse to leave and
a child who had left, returned yesterday
from its homo and expressed a desire to re
main permanently at tho hospital. The
actions of these inmates of the city hospital
do not thoroughly sustain tho chargo that
the patients aro not being properly treated
by those in charge.
-"Flako" Smith, tho marshal of ML Vcr-
non, who shot and killed a man in that
town a few days ago, and thon escaped,
was captured yesterday at Murphysboro by
tiio Biierill ot Hamilton county, lie was
heavily armed with a gun and four pistols.
Being commanded to throw up his hands,
ho attempted to draw a pistol, when the
sheriff opened fire on him and continued to
shoot until hi, did throw up his hands
One ball took effect in Smith's hip, tho
others missed him. A reward of eleven
hundred and fitty dollars, was offered for
Pulaski Patriot: "Wo havo beard
oonsidorable grumbling lately in rogard to
the condition of tho telephone line between
this city aud Cairo, and there are good
grounds for it, as tho persons who sub
scribed to tho enterprise are cntitlod to
more consideration at the hands of tho
telephone company than they aro receiving.
For somo timo post the Una has been in a
condition which makes it wholly inopera
tive and useless. Tho present stato of affairs
was brought about by tho high water of
March, but since thon tho company havo
bad time to havo the liueropaired and had
they tho inclination to do so, would have
taken steps to accomplish that purpose
The citizens of this place subscribed in tho
neighborhood of $200 toward tho construc
tion of tho line, and they have cause to
expect a fair return for tho money invested
and should havo it. Lot tho telephone
company attend to this matter at onco, and
see that tho lino is put in good working
Tho Cairo Oil mills havo stopped ope
rations for tho summer. They ran longer
than tho southern mills, and might have
continued several months yet but for the
shortness of cotton seed, occasioned by tho
overflow in tho south. Mr. O. W. Davis,
tho manager of the mills, had contracts with
southern planters for enough seed to enable
him to run the mills day and night all Bum
mer, but, in view of tho fact that the water
had, in many cases, destroyed tho seed
held for planting, he allowed the planters
to keep tho seed sold to him for their next
seeding, and fill their contracts with him
from their next crop. Mr. Davis will dis
pose of tho stock of meal and oil now on
hand in tho mills, and then make a trip to
Nashville, Memphis, to Texas and other
places, in the interest of his company. lie
will mako contracts for a large quantity of
seed for tho several mills of tho company
ia different parts of tho country, and will
return in timo to start the Cairo nulls again
about the 1st of September, when it will
bo run to its fullest capacity both day and
night all through tho tall, winter and
THE KOEHLER CASE.
Upon opening of Justice Robinson's
court yesterday morning the trial of the
case of Lulu Koehler for tho larceny of Mr.
Charles Gayer's cow was resumed. The
testimony on both sides had been taken the
day before and the defense had closed its
argument, so that tho closing argument ot
tho prosecution was next in order. This
lasted until after ten o'clock, aud the court
rendered a decision soon after, fixing the
bond of defendant first at two hundred dol
lars, and afterward raising it to four hun
dred. Tho bond was given, signed by
Messrs. Fred and Louis Koehler, who quali
fied under tho law.
In giving tho testimony for the defense
yesterday morning The Bulletin om'tted
that of Mrs. Koohler, who was called to
rebut that of Mrs. Fountain. Mrs. Koeh
ler testified, in substance that Mrs. Foun
tain had expressed tho belief that it her son
William Fountain had sworn to tho truth,
much trouble would have been avoided.
Sho confirmed tho testimony of Mrs. Foun
tain, that an interview had taken place be
tween tho latter and young Lulu, which
Lulu had denied in his testimony.
The negro Wm. Fountain is still in jail.
He has not been examined, but probably
will bo in a day or two.
CAIRO THE PLACE
AND THE lJTH OK JULY TUE DATE KOK
noLDINO TnE REPUBLICAN congressional
Pursuant to a call issued by Chairman C.
N. Hughes and Secretary W. n. Eubaaks,
tho Republican Congressional committee
met in the parlors of Tho Ilalliday in this
city yesterday. All but ono of the ten
counties in the district were represented as
Alexander, C. N. Hughes; Williamson,
W. II.Eubanks; Randolph, James Bottom;
Jackson, Harry Mertz; Union, E. II. Finch;
Perry, R. W. S. Wheatley; Massac, J. C
Willis; Johnson, F. M. Jones; Pulaski,
George Mertz. From tho district at large,
JudgoJ. J. Bird, of- Cairo, and E. J. Ib
gersoll, of Carlwndale.
The committee was called to order early
in Uio forenoon with Chairman Hughes and
Secretary Eubanks in their places.
The meeting was vurv harmoni
ous and the business ' to bo
transacted was disposed of in quick suc
cession. After a strong fight for Carbon-,
dale, Cairo was decided, by a majority of
ono vote, to be tho place whero tho con
gressional convention shall bo held, and
July 13th"as thu date. Tho ratio of repre
sentation is to be one for every one hundred,
and one for every faction over fifty, of tho
votes cast tor Garfield in 1980. This will
givo a convention of one hundred and seventy-one
A number of prominent gentlemen, not
members of tho committee, were also here
as visitors. Among them 'wero Messrs.
Joseph P. Robarts and Daniel Hogan, of
Mound City; Mr. George W. Smith, Mur
physboro'H favorito candidate for congress;
J. H. Barton, editor of tho Carbondalo
Free Press and J. 8. Cruui, of Viouna. Most
of tho committco left on yesterday aftur
noou's train, tho ramainder left during last
AN INTERESTING LETTER.
Laramie Cut, Wyo., May 15 1883.
It makes my teeth water when I read of
strawberries and cream and such delicious
dishes as belong to a fruitful country liko
Egypt (Ills.) I see by tho papers that ev
ery thing is suramcr-liko with y()U in rjairo,
and tho May showers bringing their flowers.
Wo had a heavy fall, about 3 inches
deep, of the beautiful snow. If such showors
brings May flowers wo will liavo thom all
the year around. To-day tho road, west of
here, was blockaded with snow, and tho
company had to send two engines w"lth a
snow plow to open the way for tho mail
train. Mother Earth is coatod with
snow somo places 2 inches deep, whilo
other places it had drifted to tho depth of
3 feet. I am told that it is not an uncom
mim thing to havo Bnow here on tho 4th of
Linen coats and fans nro not needed in
Wyoming, but a heavy overcoat comes in
good all summer. Laramie, though a cold
place, has its advantages over many of the
Wo havo not had any rain for months,
und yet there is a clear stream of water on
each side of our streets, coming from a
spring 130 feet above the city. This
spring also supplies tho city with good
water works, tho pressure coming from the
reservoir is strong enough to throw a good
stream 60 feet high.
Since last I wrote you, wo havo organized
a Bicycle Club. Thero is no such thing as
archery in Wyoming. I often think of
what a good placo this would be for archery.
In the first placo there is plenty of space,
and secondly, thero is no grass to lose the
arrows; thirdly, there is no such thing as
sipo water to spoil the feathors on tho
arrows. West of here they have archery
clubs amoug the Indmns. They have no
targets, but mako them out of white men
when they get tlu'm almio.
Laramio is overrun with men waiting for
tho weather to let them to tho mountains.
The Bnow is very deep in the mountains
at present, and prospecting almost impos
sible. There are thousands of idle men in Den
ver waiting for a chance in anything. Bus
iness is not so good in Colorado this year
aa it was a year ago. There is a great deal
of suffering and want among the Italians in
Denver at present. Many of them come
thero and cannot get anything to do.
Tom W. Morgan.
THE FIRST POW-WOW.
MAKING DKSl'KHATE EKKOltTS TO HARMONIZE
THE I'ARTV IN CAIRO.
Monday night the Republicans held a
mass meeting at the old Turner hall on Fif
teenth street with thu evident purpose of or
ganizing the party for a vigorous fight for a
party ticket at the coming election. There
wero present something over a hundred per
sons, both white and colored, with the latter
greatly in tho majority. The former were
composed principally of post-office, custom
house and internal revenue officials govern
ment office, rs generally. Prominent colored
men of the city were conspiciously absent
until near tho close of the meeting.
The meeting was organized by the elec
tion of Col. John Wood to tho chair and Mr.
W. M. Murphy as secretary. After some
less important business, the cat was let out
of tho bag by tho introduction of a set of
resolutions, or rather a pledge, setting forth,
in substance, that the signers would support
and vote tho straight republican ticket at
the coming election. To this plodgo fifty
two signatures wero obtuiucd, but there-
liiainder of those present'' refused to thus
sign their manhood away. They made a
firm and manly stand against tho effort of
tlie minority faction to shackle tho majority
and betray them into the support of a tick
et already prepared iu secret cau
cus and without . tho knowledge
of the intended bondsmen. Iu
order to induce tho obstreperous colored
voters present to sign the pledge, it was
promised that a colored man should be
placed upon the ticket for county judge or
clerk ; but Mr. W. T. Scott, who had arrived
a few moments before, entirely overturned
the plans of the schemers by a short, sunsi
1)1 e, forcible speech. He questioned the
sincerity of tho white republicans of the
city and county, in their professions of love
for tho colored man. The white repub
licans were loud in their professions of
Biich lovo before election, would even go bo
far as to givo tho negro race representa
tion upon tho ticket in an election, but
when tho day for voting came, every one of
them would voto against the colored candi
date and would help to swamp him. But
one colored man in tho county was quali
fied to hold tho oflico of county judge
or clerk, and if ho wero nomiuated, he
would bo buried under a majority of two
thousand republicans and democrats com
bined. If tho white republicans wero sin
cere in their professions of love for their
colorud brothers, they should givo said
brothers some representation iu thu ap
pointive service of the government. They
should not induce them to make a race for
an office and then do all iu their power to
defeat thorn, but appoint somo good colored
man from Cairo in the post offico or cus tom
house. Thero had been ample op
portunity to prove that tho white repub
licans wero the truu friends of tho colored
man, but the opportunities had passed, un
noticed by tho former, and whito men, not
oveu citizens of this city or county, had
been given tho preference. Mr. Scott
would not pledgo himself to support the
republican ticket in the coming electiou
without first knowing what that ticket
would bo. Mr. Scott's little speech had a
noble ring and had its effect in that a
number of thoso present resisted all efforts
to place them in tho stocks
and willoxereiso their own good judgment
in casting their voto at tho coming election.
It is understood that tho county aud
Of Every Description, from Hie minutest article up to a
Youth's or ficntleinau's Complete Outfit. A largo Assort
ment of STKAW HATS AND STIFF URIMMED FEALT 4
HATS of the latest styles just received.
ADVANTAGES WE HAVE:
iMvi1jTiTIr(lU,an,ity of '"thandise we buy to tupply our numi-mug rto.-ce.
riTn 7.. avu "mil capital and are prepared to buyem-h di.u'u.
UIIKD-Wcaie at a 1 times represented iu eastern markets by a resident buyer,
who is always on the lookout. ; '
Now.it is by taking advantage of these opportunities that we do from time to time
na.no such apparently i i.liculously low prices. For instance we me ,cliii,r Middlesex
IJluet-funnel Suit, eacli suit bears the ticket with full name Middlesex Co 10 00 Ninn
genuine without ticket. A very nice Cheviot Suit f.,r '..Su, vorth jla.w. Amy nob
by Red bilk ) Mixed Suit at I i 50. worth 19.00. We do not sell uoods tor less San cost
Wo want it distinctly undeutood that we make a small profit on everything wV sell for
flint principle by which a nn.rr.himt ran rII imn.U f.,r I, !, n..t ... i ...2, i... '.
. - ,
ms never yet been discovered. Conic and
:l Ph s
state tickets havo already been secretly
mado up in tho custom house, and that the
mass meeting last night was heid merely
for the purpose of getting the colored ele
ment ol tho party which is hugely in the
majority here, to commit itself in a manner
that would pn elude the probability of a
lnilt when Baid tickets are brought out.
By way of form made to appoint a commit
tee whose duty it should be to frcloct candi
dates for the several offices. It is also un
derstood that prominent upon the custom
houao tickets are the nanus of Mr. W. I).
Lippett, for theolliccof county clerk, and
Mr. John A. Reeve, for the legislature.
Another meeting will probably be held
"NEW YORK STORE."
ALWAYS TUB LOWKST.
Down with high prices. Buy your goods
whero you will receive tho largest quantity
for the dollar.
Wo quote below a few leading articles,
and guaranteo all other goods as low. Ry
inember wo havo the goods and
T1IKV AUli HOll SAI.H.
Best Standard A Sugar lO'c per lb
Best (iranubitcd Sugar 10:lc per lb
Ex C L 11 Sugar .9,'c per lb
Best Bio Coffee .... 15c per lb
Next Rio Coffee 13cper lb
" " " 12'ieperlb
" " " ll'icperlb
" " " lUcperlb
Golden Riol'offco 15c per lb
Java Coffee 2.r,c per lb
Arbuckle Coffee, roasted loo per lb
Levering Coffee, roatited Mc per lb
Matches, 200 in a box 4c per box
Stove polish !J pkgsforlOc
Am. Sardines, 10c a box, !1 boxes for 2.1c
Tea :i()c, 40c, 50u and 7 fir. per lb
Star Tobacco Cr pur lb
2 lb Standard Tomatoes 10c, ,'l cans for 2.c
ail) " " $1.40 perdoz. or 2
cans lor Stfc
McMurry Com, U cans for 40c, loo per can
Liberty Com, 3 enns for 25c, 10c per can
3 lb Apples, ;i cans for 2.fic, 10c per can
And all other canned goods in propor
tion. 2 oz. Buttlo Bluing 2 for fie
1i lbs Best Lard lor f 1.00
Creamery Butter 30c per lb
Country Butter 20c and 22c per lb
25 Bars Walnut Soap for. . . $1.00
(5 " " " " 25c
Kirk's Rest (ler. " . . . .15 bars for ft .00
New Rnuies 3 lb for 2fie, 12!(J lb for ifl.00
7 lb Aldon Dried Apples for fl 00
Best Maple Syrup 00c pur gallon
Salt, flat Hoop $1.40 per bbl
Best Soda CraekcrB G'c per lb by box
Laundry Starch 41c per lb
Bi Carb Soda..' 0 lb for 25c
1 lhSalmon, per can : 15c
Tumbler Jelly 2 for 15c
Stove Polish 3 cakes for 10o
Best Coal Oil, per gallon 15o
We hnndlo tho best grades of Flour
made, and guarantoo evory barrel, and our
prices lowor than can bo bought in Cairo,
...., .... ...md ......I vi.pi, Mim ui.iu Keen store
see our goods. y1(U w jt not i,0 importuned
J. B (J UG liIU & B RO,
A t Enlace Clothing J-Ionso,
108 Commercial A venue.
The Man do Honor to Him
self Who Wears a Pair of Our
Calf Rami Scw.rt Button Gait
w. Tuev are Always Reliable
ior Wear, Easy, in Good Tato
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THY OUR P. ii W. BRAND.
Whitaker, Kingon und McAllister's Rams
at prices lower than elsewhere.
We iil.-o olLr sainu inducements in DRY
(iOOI)S, NOTION', CLOIIJINO atd
B'Mits and Shoes.
Low prices and small profits is our motto.
LARGEST STOCK IN SOUTHERN
ILLINOIS. SAVE MONEY.
Whcru the most goods are sold, thero
can you buy the cheapest.
Goods delivered free and prompt.
C. O. PATIER & CO.
K. A. Scratch, druggist, Ruthven, Oct.,
writes: ''I have the greatest confidence in
your Burdock Blood Bitters. In one case
with which I am personally acquainted
their success was almost incredible. Ouo
lady told me that half a bottle did her
moro good than hundreds of dollars' worth
of medicine she had previously taken."
Price $1.00. PuulO. Schuh, Agent.
I ELECTION RKSULiT.
- THK -
Whs elcelcil ly 11 mnjuritv of tun thotmnufl vote!
to bo tin: IliieBl Eic. clijiir Iu the market.
UVUL AND INTKIIRHTING KNTKKTAIN
HUNT. Japanese Tea lirtv
AT llARTMAN'S HALL.
Ilylh-i I.hiIIik Hni'lotyoftlilWiVlnrin Church,
HI Hlpht o'clock, llniii'iliiy Kvo, Mny tf.HU.
I'roKfnmin to cunHint of .Mimic, Hcnu'S from Ja
lmuueo lll'ii, aud tho novul corumonoy of a
JAPAN KHK WEUMNO.
Kiuioy HrilctitM. dnll. Juiiancxo Articles forhotino
luilit iliicoMllmiif, chtldrtiir toys will lio fur Bulo.
'fuu will by norvtul byWilUin In
TIckutK, liiclinllng cup und saucer, 35 conti.
uti"Biiiif' i i p. n