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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 25, .1882.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Ilea; Boll Hi BaildUf, Wuldnftoii ireuae
vtxued at ran post omc r oaiho, it
. UMOU, AJ MOOND-PtASS K1TTKB.
UFlCiAL P1CBR OF CITY AND OOCNTI
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
rtnl flv ceuu ttr lln chiuliou.iu)iit luier
Hon. Knf ou wink. 30 cent perllnc For ouo
noDlh, 60 ceuto per lino.
Washington avenue, corner Seventh
street. Good Uay boara ut reasonable
rates. Meal tickets for transient hoard
er. Mhs. Phil K. Howakd.
"NEW YOKK STORE."
ALWAYS THE LOWEST.
Down with high prices. Buy your goods
where you will receive the largest quantity
for the dollar.
We quote below a few leading articles,
and guarantee all other goods as low. He
inenioer we have the goods and
T1IHY AHE KOli SALE.
Best Standard A Sugar lO.c per lb
Best Granulatod Sugar 10?4C Per 'l
Ex CL B Sugar Oc per lb
Best Rio Coffee.
15c per lb
. . .13Jcpcr lb
...11 Jc per lb
10c per lb
. ... 15c per lb
. 2!ic per lb
13c per lb
14c per lb
, ... .4c per box
Next Rio Coffee .
U It n
Golden Rio Coffee
Java Coffee. . . . . . . .
Arbuckle CofFucrpj.sted .
Levering Coffee, roasted .
Matches, 200 in a box . .
. .3 pkgsfor 10c
Am. Sardines, 10c a box, 3 boxes for 25c
Tea 30c, 40c, 50c and 75c per lb
Star Tobacco . .65c per lb
2 lb 8tandard Tomatoes 10c, 3 cans for 25c
3 lb " " $1.40 per doz. or 2
cans tor 25c
McMurry Corn, 3 cans lor 40c, 15c per can
Liberty Corn, 3 canR for 23c, 10c per enn
3 lb Apples, 3 cans for 25c, 10c per can
And all other canned goods in propor
tion. 2 oz. Bottlo Bluing 2 for 5c
7Jf lbs Best Lard lor $1.00
Creamery Butter 30c per lb
Country Butter 20c and 22c per lb
25 Bars Walnut Soap for $1 00
6 " " " " 25c
Kirk's Best Ger. " . . . .15 burs for tl.00
New Prunes 3 lb for 25c, 12 J lb lor $1.00
7 lb Alden Dried Apples for $1.00
Best Maple Syrup 00c per gallon
8alt, Flat Hoop $1.40 per bbl
Best Soda Crackers i per lb by lox
Laundry Starch 4lc per lb
BiCarb Soda 0 lb for 25c
1 IbSalmon, per can 15c
Tumbler Jolly 2 for 15c
Stove Polish 3 cakes for 10c
Best Coal Oil, per gallon 15c
We handlo the best grades of Flour
made, and guarantee every barrel, and our
prices lower than can bo bought in Cairo
TRY OUR P. & W. BRAND.
Whitakcr, Kingon and McAllister's Hams
at pricos lower than elsewhere.
We aUo offer same inducements in DRY
GOODS, NOTIONS, CLOTHING and
BootB and Shoes.
Low prices and small profits is our motto.
LARGEST STOCK IN SOUTHERN
ILLINOIS. SAVE MONEY.
Where the most goods are sold, there
can you buy tho cheapest.
Goods delivered free and prompt.
C. O. PATIER &
Grand Musical Festival.
At Chicago, May 23 to 2I(, 1883. The
Illinois Central Railroad will sell excursion
tickets Cairo to Chicago and return at one
and one third fare for round trip. Tickets
will be sold May 22d to 25th inclusive good
to return on until May 27th.
A. 11. Hanson,
General Passenger Agent.
Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer is
the marvel of the age for all nerve diseases.
All fits stopped free. Send to 031 Arch
street, Philadclpia, Pa.
Use Tue Cairo Bulletin perforated
scratch-book, made of calendered jute
tnanilla, equally good for ink or pencil. For
sale, in three sizes, at the office. No. 2 and
f . fire and ten cents each by the single one,
by the dozen. Special discount oa gross
lots to the trade.
UOe.OOO 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 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 tlrst of J une. Hours, from
nine till two o'clock; also lessons in music
during the afternoon,
Terms, one dollar a month.
Music, twenty-five cents a lcBson.
For particulars apply to her at The Bul
Sproat's Mail Ice Box.
CouBumciB of ice are notified that for
their convenience I have built a large Ice
Wixon Eighth street in Cuudiff's store where
tee In anv quantity can at all times be ob
tained. My cuHtomers will remember that
thoir tickets will be punched ut this stand
just the same as by drivers of wagons, tf.
For lleut-D welling.
I will rent my houso on Fifteenth street
" to a responsible tenant. House contains
' ten rooms besides brick basement with din
Ing room, kitchen, pantry and wash room,
') aad ill ia good condition. Apply . to mu on
the premiss or at Barclay Bro'i Ohio levee
drugstore Jas. 8. Rkardkn..
. ICEI ICE!!
Out of tho fire, cor. of 8th and Levee, my
ice house and office is at present at tho
City Brewery, on Washington avonue, be
tween 8th and Oth atroets. Orders will bo
filled same as usual, both wholesalo And
retail. Wagons supply regularly every day.
Flowers, Novelties, Millinery.
Mrs. M. A. Goode, Eighth street opposite
Bristol's has rcceieved a full lino of new,
fresh and fashionable millinery, Straw
godB Flowers, Ribbons, and fancy articles,
which is offered at very low figures. At
her store is tho pluce to buy neat and cheap
flowers for adorning ladies dresses and
belts. All are cordially invited to call and
inspect her stock. tf.
Cottaok kou uent, in good location
Cheap to a good tenant. Apply up stairs in
Tue Bulletin building.
tf. Mhs. Fitzgerald.
Poor Man's Friend.
I have cash in sums of f 100 to $1,000 to
loan. What have you gotf Business
strictly confidential, and undoubted securi
ty given for transactions. Will call. Ad
dress P. M. Friend, Post office,
Upon the first of June I will reopen my
house for the reception of boarders, anil
promise to have as good fare as tho prico
and market will afford. I have a few nicely
furnished rooms for those desiring board
and lodging. Day board, $18 per month.
Send in your application as soon as possible.
MRS. UUAS. ITIKFEKLINrt.
Notice to Consumers of Ice.
My wagons will ruu through the season
delivering ice to all parts of tho city. I
have also an ice box on Eighth street at J.
Walters' and at my ofliee on Tenth Btrcet,
at C. W. Wheeler's wood yard where
orders may bo left. A share ff your bus
iness is solicited and orders will receive
prompt and corelul attention.
Geo. W. SrENCK.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice!" tn tbee columns, lei cent per line,
lull Insertion. Marked
Wiudow shades all styles and prices at
Jeff Clark's. tf
Array yourself in calico and attend the
Krew'g ball to-night. It
Mr. Leo Klebb is having the damage
done recently to hid levee houso by fire re
paired. Frost on Sunday and Monday nights
did some damage to crops in the north and
Mr. DesRocher bus the contract to
furnish plautB and flowers for Mr. King's
floral hall and icecream garden. It
Mrs. Charles Pfifferling will reopen ber
private boarding bouse about the 1st of
June. See notice in special locals.
It is expected that trains on tho St
Louis & Cairo Railroad will again begin
running regularly into the city to-day.
Mouldings and picture frames at Jeff
Mr. II. Sargent has openod his new
shoe bhop in the building next to Mr.
Francis Kline's butcher shop, on Washing
ton avenue, near Seventh street.
Another meeting will bo held by the
Republicans at tho old Turner hall to
morrow night, for tho purposo of com
pleting the plans of organization begun at
Monday night's meeting.
Remember tho Mystic Krew ball to
night. Tho hall will be specially prepar
ed, fine music and other necessaries will be
The young uegro Win. Fountain was
brought before JuBtico J. II. Robinson yes
terday for a preliminary bearing, lie
waived an examination and was held to bail
in the sum of two hundred dollars.
- It is asserted quite confidently that tho
owners of tho lots at tho southwest corner
of Ohio leveo and Eighth street, recently
vacated by fire, will soon begin the erec
tion of a fine brick structuro there.
Mr. King's floral hall, opposite court
house, will soon bo completed, and is af
fording great attraction. Ho expects to
open free to tho public from Saturday 2
o'clock p. m. till Monday night. It
Tho Southern Illinois Fair Association,
propose to celebrate tho fourth of July by
a series of horso and bicycle races at the
Anna fair ground. Tho premiums aggre
gate seven hundred dollor.
The postmaster general recommends
the abolition of postage on papers and mag
azines. Ho states that merchandise rated
as fourtli class is carried at a Ions, and if
the government is to bo taxed for transpor
tation it should bo on reading matter.
News rcachod hero yesterday to the
effect that on Saturday evening a wbito
man named Creets, liv'nir on a farm at the
foot of Island No. G, assaulted another man
with an axe, inflicting wounds in his bead
which resulted in his death a few hours
afterward. Creets made his escape, and
had not been captured up to yesterday .
First upon tho programme at tho Jap
anese Ten party, at Hart man's hall, to
night, will be Japaneso music by a Japan
ese band; second, a Japanese wedding;
third, about nine o'clock, Japaneso tea in
Japanese cups, and a variety of other do
licious delicacies; and fourth, about ten
o'clock, an exhibition by tho Cairo Broom
Brigade, to which there la no superior in
point of beauty or infection in drill.
Cards announcing that Miss Alice
Waidner, nieco of Dr. n. Wardner, and
Mr. Fred M. Slack, will bo marriod at Chi
cago on Sunday, tho 28th instant, have
reached this city. Both young people are
known by many in this city and will bo
heartily congratulated. Mr. Slack is now
in solo charge and half owner ot a largo
drug store in Chicago, and is doing well
financially and in every other way.
Persons who have made the rounds of
tho MisBissippi levee recently assort that,
beginning at tho intersection ot tho new
and old, and extending down, tho outer
slope of tho levee has been badly torn up
by hogs.' As is known, the outer slope of
the old levee has boeu covered by a thick
matting of grass, and it seems that the hogs
in their search for food have been driven to
uprooting the sod for roots, etc., to the in
jury of tho levee.
As foreshadowed in tho dispatches, the
court of the District of Columbia, iu banc,
has announced its opinion, which is unani
mous; affirming the judgement of tho trial
court in tho Guituau cose, so thcro is now
probably no legal moans of preventing tho
execution of the assassin on the 30th of
Juno. The court seems not to have had a
doubt about tho jurisdiction in tho district,
the point on which greatest stress was laid
by tho defense
To-night tho Mystic Krow's much
talkeJ of Calico bull conies off. It is to be
the last ball of the season by that popular
organization and will bo a grand aff;iir in
everyway. Hie K.row has made extra exer
tions to tnako this a brilliant finale, and all
who know the Krew's capacity for institut
ing aiid managing publicentertainments will
admit that when said organization makes
extra exertions something superlative may
bo expected. Don't fail to attend the bnll
At nine o'clock Wednesday morning,
May 81st, at St. Joseph's Catholic church iu
this city Mr. George J. Lattncr, and Miss
Bridget E. Hogan, will be united iu the ho
ly bonds ot wedlock. A reception will take
place the same evening at the residence of
Mr. and .Mrs. John Barry, relatives of the
bride. Mr. Lattncr is a rising young busi
ness man and Miss Hogan is an estimable,
popular young lady. Both are surrounded
by a largo circle of friends who will rejoice
with tho happy couple in their union.
Tub Bulletin thanks the ladies iu
charge of the entertainment this evening for
an invitation, and in doing so takes tho op
portunity of saying that those who attend
will pass a delightful evening. Hartman's
hall ought not to bold the people. Tho ad
mission is only 33 cents which includes a
cup of genuino Japan, tea served by Amer
ican japaneso ladies in costume, and tho-cup
given to tho drinker of the tea; attendance
at a Japanese wedding; a view of the dress
parado of the Broom Biigade, etc, etc.
Johnson County Era: "Yo editor took
a short trip last week to Carbondalo and
Cairo. At the latter city we were greatly
surprised by tho vast change since wo last
picked up type in tho Evening Sun. Al
though tho Ohio river was on the rise and
numerous cases of small pox reported, Cairo
seemed to bo more thriving than usual,
what that city needs now is protection
against tho waters of the Mississippi, that
work accomplished, tho prido of Egypt
would rival the city on tho lakes and Illi
nois could proudly boast of two leading
cities in tho western states."
Officers Martin, Mahanny and Wims
had a lively 'cbaso after tho prisoner,
Ilacket, yesterday morning. Whon Hacket
was lead forth from court on his way to jail,
he asked to bo permitted to step into Mr.
Parker's store for a drink of water, which
permission was granted. Instead of enter
ing Mr. Parker's store, Hacket marched
through the hall into tho back yard jumped
the fence and ran at full speed down
Ninth street toward Washington, and
thenco out Fourteenth street toward the
Mississippi levee. Officer Mahauny soon
suspected the truth, and in company with
the other officers named, gave chaso. After
a hard run of about twenty squares the
fugitivo was recaptured in a vegetable Cold
near Mr. Kline's brick yard. Ho was some
what bruised in jumping fences, etc. Gra
ham also made a break fot liberty, while
the jail door was open for tho admission of
more prisoners, but was soon recaptured.
Tho desperate efforts of these meu to
escape may be taken as evidence of guilt.
Tho caso of tho negro Robert Graham,
who was arrested by Officer Martin Tues
day on a chargo of having Btolen a pair
of pants from the store of Mr. Wm. Kluge,
has developed into something more serious
than was at first supposed it would. A
study of tho circumstances of tho case
aroused the suspicions of tho chief and offi
cers, aud lead to tho belief that others
were implicated. Graham's home, on
Fourteenth street was searched, ami a
child's fino saquo, a knit jacket, two pairs
of cossimero pants, an umbrella and two
hats -all new goods, wero found. Oflicors
Martin and Mahanny took possession of
these goods and took them to Magistrate
Comings' office, where the saquo was iden
tified by Mr. W. F. Gilbert, as that be
longing to his child and stolen from him
soruo timo ago, and tho other goods wore
all identified by Mr. Klugo. Graham was
examined before Magistrate- Comings yes
terday morning and held to bail in the sum
of ono hundred dollars. But during tho
trial the defeudant, and his principal wit
ness, Thomas Ilacket, swore so outragious
ly that tho oflicors coucludod to bring tho
charge of purjury against them. For this
purposo ho and Docket were brought out
again iu the afternoon, when tho officers
were prepared to prove that both prisoners
had puijurcd themselves; but this charge
was withdrawn and Ilacket was charged
with complicity in tho larceny of tho arti
cles, which was proven. Each was thon
held to bail in tho sunt of three hundred
dollars and committed to jail.
The St. Louis Republican ot Tuesday
contained . nn item ' relating how
one August Muth aud Sallio Taylor of
this city, had married hero last Thursday
and then gono on a wedding tour for Penn
sylvania, arrived at East St. Louis tho bride,
having gained possession of her husband's
purse, loft tho hotel saying that sliu intend
ed to do some shopping and never returned.
Muth, after searching for her in vain for
several days returned to Cairo. Tuesday
evening, says the Repuhlio.au : "Mrs. Muth,
nee Taylor, poppod into tho Relay depot
baggago-room at East St. Louis and called
for tho trunk which tho pair had started
from Cairo with. She said that she saw by
the paper that Muth had gone home, and
she was not trow afraid to bo apprehended
by him and had ventured out for tho trunk,
which she stated, contained many articles
belonging to her. Slio was asked by the
blushing baggage agent why she had desert
ed her young husband, and she, with a con
temptuous curl of tho lip, said that she had
had enough of him during the few davs they
had been married, concluded to give him
the slip and did so. She averred that she
wanted a mm with more gut up to him than
Muth had, and also that he bad docieved
her as to his wei'th. She wms told that the
trunk and contents had been pawned bv
Muth for the price of the ticket back to
Cairo and that n'.ie coul 1 not have it. She
then give her opinion of Muth in particular
and Imgg.'ige agents in general and left,
vowing that she would have that trunk cr
some ono would sull' r. It is said
that on Friday evening she was
seen to get on board a Cairo Short Line
train in company with a young man and to
get off at Lenzburg, a station about forty
miles from East St. Louis. Having seen in
the papers that Muth had gone home, the
ventured forth fu secure thu trunk which
contained clothing, etc., belonging to her
ami her duped husband."
Grandmother Argus dosireg to know
what The Bl'LLLTIs Ihiuks of Rev. Thomas
Masrcrson's letter, n:id whether it has
pluck enough to give its candid opinion of
said letter. The Bulletin has repeatedly
staled its position upon the matters dis
cussed by Father Maatcrson, and failed to
see any necensity fr reiterating what it had
said a dozen times before. The Bulletin
thinks that Father Masterson's letter was
an able statement of the matter under dis
cussion viewed from his standpoint.
Tub Bulletin endorses Father Mastersou's
letter in some particulars, in others it docs
not. It is of the same opinion it has al
ways oeen with reference to the influence
of the marine office and stuthm in their
present locations. It is also
of the same opinion it has
always been with reference to the
good influences of the Infirmary proper,
and believes, with Rev. Masterson,
and every citizen of Cuiro that a
departure of the Sisters from Cairo would
be a calamity. Unlike Granny Argus, Tub
Bulletin did not allow the firt note of
opposition to supprcs-s its voice
in the advocacy of the ban
itary good of the community.
And now that Tub Bulletin has gracious
ly submitted to being impertinently (.ata
chizd by Old Granny Argus it may be per
mitted to ask the old lady what she thinks
of the .Reverend Factrcr's letter? Docs she
endorse it? Has she the pluck to give tho
public an honest opinion thereof? Does
she still believe, as she did before the pub
lication of "A Lover of Justice's" firht com
munication in her columns, that the public
health is endangered by the marino office
and hospital in their present locations!
Does she still believe that tho marine hos
pital station iu St. Mary's Infirmary was
infected and caused the disease to break
out in a family living over a square away,
as she intimated when the case broke out,
but which Tue Bulletin took occasion to
deny? Of course, she does not. Her ob
ject in asking tho above importimcuf ques
tions was to gee an opportunity to cat
crow, and sho will eat crow
with as much apparent rellish as
any hungry porker would devour carrion.
Sho will deny that she ever published a
word of objection to the present locations
of tho marine service in this city; she will
deny that she ever h'ntod that tlio small
pox was communicated by tho Infirmary to
a boy living over a square away ami all
for whut ? Lucre, filthy lucre. For this
she would stultily herself, deny her identity
and play tho meek dissembler.
OLD TRIM'S LETTER.
Danoola, May 82, 1882.
The hateful cut-worm is now lost sight
of, and that terrible destroyer of field crops,
tho "army worm," is engaging tho atten
tion of everrbttdy. They aro hero in num
berless millions, and tho indications are
they have come to stay. Meadows all
ruined, many corn fields taken, aad, in
some instances, wheat crops materially
damaged. Your correspondent, after hear
ing frightful accounts of their ravages, and
listening to lots of prattle concerning a
famine in prospective, sallied forth among
thofarmorsto sue how thoso things bo, and
ho is happy to statu that the whole uffair is
similar to a hog shearing, which means lots
of squealing and very little wool. 'Tis
Of Every Description, from the minutest article up to a
Youth' or Gentleman's Complete Outfit. A large Assort
ment of STJtAW HATS AND STIFF BIUMMED 1'EALT
HATS of the latest styles just received.
ADVANTAGES AVE HAVE:
FIRST The quantity of hierchandiho we buy to supply our numerous stores.
SECOND We have ample capital and are prepared to buy cash down.
THIRD Wo are ut all times represented in eastern markets by a resident buyer,
who is always on the lookout.
Now, it is by taking advantage of theso opportunities that wo do from time to time,
name such apparently ridiculously low prices. ' For instanco we are selling Middlesex
Blue Flannel Suit, each suit bears tho ticket with full namo Middlesex Co. $10.00. Nono
genuine without ticket. A very nico Cheviot Suit for $U.50, worth f 15.00. A very nob
by Red Silk Mixed Suit at $12.r0, worth $10.00. Wo do not sell iroods lor less than cost.
We want it distinctly understood that wo make a small profit on everything we sell, for
that principle by which a merchant can sell goods for less than cost, aud still keep store,
has never yet been discovered. Come and see our goods. You will cot bo importuned
J. BUEGER & BEO,
At. Palace Clothing TIouso,
108 Commercial Avenue.
true some fields of wheat are, to a very
limited extent, damaged, but in the main
the crop is tho most promising wo have had
in twenty-five years. Union county will
haivcbt over a fourth of a million bushels ot
wheat, and tho famine in prospective will
not come. What a sad thing it were if all
that "they say" were to come to pass. Some
folks are always on the fault-findiug side of
Gertrude raises Cain and flics to Tim
Bi'LLKTiN, to abuse a Cairo "Masher," just
because he sat on a beer barrel and gazed
upon her as she wi led ber way to school.
She don't state whether the gaze intoxicated
her or not, but fiom her letter ono would
infer that sho would vote for a law to gougo
the gazers eyes out, or move the beer barrels
out of the city's limits. We suggest that
an ordinance be passed that all mashers bo
compelled to wear a boa on tho head when
they sit on beer barrels. If Ocrtrudo had
to paBsthc "monkey corner'' in Dongola,sho
would thank her stars that her lot had
fallen in Cairo. Think ot a crowd of fif
teen or twenty young men and a monkey
congregated on a corner where two streets
cross, all splendid "mahhers," smoking
their pipes, cigars and nasty cigarettes, guf
fawing and using ail the low slang of the
language, and you will think of a crowd
and a corner in Dongola. This crowd con
sidered separate and a part from tho mon
key, don't remind ouo of a symphony, and
considered with the monkey, it is "two
awfully too too and utterly utter" for any
thing this side the infernal regions.
We are still waiting tor warm weather,
and not at all discouraged with the pros
pect. Our mind is made up to wait with
patience, hoping if it does not get here
this summer, it will come next fall, and if it
does liko the ono hundred years old to
bacco, (mit coining altogether, we will con
sider it all right.
The Dongola school is now contracted for
by Mr. Fariner.of I'ickneyville, as principal;
his wife, in tho intermediate department,
and Miss McElfrcsh, of Jonesboro, in
primary department. Wo hope we shall
have a good Bchool. Teaching is a profes
sion. None dispute that. We hold that
employing new teachers every year is de
structive. Why not when wo have a good
principal pay him a salary upon which ho
can livo and keep him all tho time. Tho
idea is extent that one term in a placo is as
long us a teacher can bo useful. This is an
error beyond a doubt, und our school
boards should get out of it, got the right
man in thu right place and keep him there
all tho time. Wo would rather pay taxes
to employ n teacher ou a high salary than
lmvo a failure of a teacher to teach for noth
ing, After gutting teachors employed, wo
should havo compulsory laws compelling
parents and guardians to send their chil
dren to school. The parent who refused to
The Man does Honor to Him
self Who Wears a Pair of Oar
Calf Hand Sew.d Button Gait
ers. They are Always Reliable
for Wear, Eay, in Good Tante
s 5 C
2 S S
3 . S
send his children to school should be dis
franchised. On Saturday night, 20th instant, we had
floods of rain, and to-day the farmers are
murmuring over their gully washed fields.
We heard one man say, "the whole coun
try is ruined and starvation is coming."
To such "yarns" we pay but little attention,
but we do often try to pcrsuado men to
not murmur and prophesy evil. The right
time to cross a bridge is when you come
to it. Old Turn.
F. A. Scratch, druggist, Ruthven, Ont.,
writes: "I have the greatest confidence in
your Burdock Blood Bitters. In ono caso
with which I am personally acquainted
their success was almost incredible. Ono
lady told me that half a bottlo did her
more good than hundreds of dollars' worth
ot medicine sho had previously taken."
Price 1.00. Paul O. Schub, Agent.
Waielocted hy majority of tun thounaud votes
to bo th tlneet 5c. clr In the raarknt.
OVEL AND ISTRItKHTINQ BNTKBTAIN-
(TapauoKO Tea 1 irtv
AT OAKTMAN'B HALL. '
Ilytlui Laillm Bocloty nrtlicPrt'Hhylurlnn Church,
at (ilk'Mt o'clock, Thumilay Kvtt, Miy iirlh.
I'roKMmm to connit of MukIc, Scene from Ja
pnuuuvllfu, nil tho novel ooromouuy of a
Kmicy trtlctu, doll. Japanono Artlctos fnruonoo
hold docornlloDHi chlldrun'it toys will bu for talc.
Tub will bo tervod by Uilloe la
Tlckutit, InclndlDH CUD and iiucur. SB tanK.
Icu cream tstr.