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TflK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: Fit! DAY MORNING, MAY 20, 1882.
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THE DAILY MJUETIK
Sees BnlletU Bulldlne, Wuhlngtoa Atom
KTKRKD AT Till f08T OFFICE IN OAIBO, IL
UHOW, AS BKCOKD-rLAM MATT1B.
0?lyiAL PAPBB OF C1TV AN I) COUNTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Noiirelu tniK column, eigbt conw pot lino for
rt mil if cent lur im ch nulxuqiwiiUniat
lion. Ko on wuok, SO cunU pet lino. 1'or outi
month, 60 cenu pur lino.
Washington avenue, corner Seventh
street. Good day board at reasonable
rates. Meal tickets for transient, board
era. Mils. Phil K. IIowahu.
"NEW YOKK STOUE."
ALWAYS THE LOWEST.
Down with high prices. Buy your goods
where you will receive the largest quantity
for the dollar.
Wo quote below a few leading articles,
and guaranteo all othor goods as low. Ro
member we have the goods ami
TUEY AHE KOU SALE.
Best Standard A Sugar, . . :. . 10's'c per lb
Best Granulated Sugar 10?.C per lb
Ex CL 13 Sugar
.DJc per lb
Best Rio Coffeo
10c per lb
HJc per lb
10c per lb
15c per lb
, 25c per lb
13c per lb
Next Rio Coffeo
ii tt i
tt it it
Golden Rio Coffee
Java Coffee. ..... . . . .
Arbuckle Coffee, roasted
Levering Coffoe. roasted
, ,14c per lb
Matches. 200 in a box 4c per box
Stove polish 3 pkgsforlOc
Am. Sardines, 10c a box, 3 boxes for 25c
Tea 30c, 40c, 50c and 75c per lb
Star Tobacco 65c per lb
2 lb Standard Tomatoes 10c, 3 cans for 25c
3 lb " " $1.40 perdoz. or 2
cans for 25c
McMurry Corn, 3 cans for 40c, 15c per can
' Liberty Corn, 3 cans for 25c, 10c per can
3 lb Apples, 3 cans for 25c, 10c per can
And all other canned goods in propor
tion. 2oz. Bottlo Bluing 2 for 5c
1 lbs Best Lard lor 11.00
Creamery Butter 30c per lb
Country Butter 20c and 22c per lb
25 Bars Walnut Soap for $1 00
6 " " " " 25c
Kirk's Best Gor. " . ...15 bars for tl. 00
New Prunes 3 lb for 25c, 12 lb for $1.00
7 lb Aldcn Dried Apples for $1.00
Best Maple Syrup 90c per gallon
Salt, Flat IIixip $1.40 per bbl
Best Soda Crackers Co per lb by box
Laundry Starch 4 c per lb
Bi Carb Soda 0 lb for 25c
1 lb Salmon, per can 15c
Tumbler Jelly , . . , 2 for 15c
Stove FoliBh 3 cakcB for 10c
Beat Coal Oil, per gallon 15c
We handle tlio best grades of Flour
made, and guarantee every barrel, and our
prices lower than can be bought in Cairo
THY OUR P. & W. BRAND.
Whitaker, Kingon and McAllister's Ilams
at prices lower than elsewhere.
We also offer sanio inducements in DRY
GOODS, NOTIONS, CLOTHING and
Boots and Shoes.
Low prices and small profits is our motto.
LARGEST STOCK IN SOUTHERN
ILLINOIS. SAVE MONEY.
Where tho most goods are Bold, there
can you buy tho cheapest.
Goods deliverod free and prompt.
C. O. PATIER & CO.
Du. Kline's Gkkat Nkuvb Kkstokkr is
tho marvel of the ago for all nerve diseases
Ali fits stopped free. Send to 931 Arch
street, Philadclpia, Pa.
UsoTukCaiho Bulletin perforated
scratch-book, ruado of calendered juto
manllla; equally good for ink or pencil. For
sale, in three sizes, at the ofheo. No. 2 and
8. five am ten cents ouch by the single one,
by the dozen. Special discount on gross
lota to the trade.
Upon the first ot Juno I will reopen my
Louse for tho reception of boarders, and
promise to havo as good faro as tho prico
and market will afford. I have a few nicely
furnished rooms for those desiring board
end lodging. Day board, $18 per month.
Send in your application aa soon as possible.
AlUS. UIIAS. I'FIKKEHLINU.
Cottage vou kknt, iu good location
Cheap to a good tenant. Apply up stairs in
Tue Bulletin building.
tf. Mils. Fitzgerald.
Receipt books, Cairo date line, porfora
ted stub, suited to any busiuess, manufoc
tured and for sale at tho Cairo Bulletin
Mrs. Nicholson will commence a schoo
for children the first of Juuo. Hours, from
nine till two o'clock ; also loasous in music
during the afternoon.
Terms, one dollar a month.
Music, twenty-five cents a lesson.
For particulars apply to her at The Bul
Spro&t's Eetall Ice Box.
Consumers of Ice are notified that for
their convenience I havo built a large Ico
boi on Eighth street in CundifTa store where
ice In anv quantity can at all times be ob
tained. My customers will remember that
. their tickets will be punched at this staud
just the same as by drivers of wagons, tf.
John SritoAT. -
For Rent Dwelling.
. I will rent my house on Fifteenth street
to a responsible tenant. House contains
tea rooms besides brick basement with din
. ing room, kitchen, pantry and wash room,
and is in good condition. Apply to me on
tho premise or at Barclay Bro'a Ohio levee
drag store. . Jas. 8, Rsakdkn.
ICE I ICE! I
Out of the firo, cor. of 8th and Levoe, my
ice house and office is at present at tho
City Brewery, on Washington avenuo, be
tween 8th and 0th streets. Orders will bo
filled same as usual, both wholesalo and
rotail. Wagons supply regularly every day.
Flowers, Novelties, Millinery.
Mrs. M. A. Goodo, Eighth street opposite
Bristol's "has 'reccicvcd a full lino of new,
fresh and fashionable millinery, Straw
grtods Flowers, Ribbons, and fancy articles,
which is offered at very low figures. At
her store Is tho place to buy neat and cheap
flowers for adorning ladies dresses and
bells. All aro cordially iuviteil to call and
inspect her stock. W'.
Poor Man'8 Friend.
I have cash in sums of $ 1.00 to $1,000 to
loan. What have you got? Business
strictly confidential, and undoubted securi
ty given for transactions. Will call. Ad
dress P. M. Fwend, Post office,
Notice to Consumers of Ice.
My wagons will run through tho season
delivering ico to all parts of the city. I
havo also an ice box on Eighth street at J.
Walters' and at my offlctym Tenth streot,
at C. W. Wheeler's wood yard whero
orders may bo left. A share of your bus
iness is solicited and orders will receivo
prompt and careful attention.
GEO. W. Bl'KNCK,
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notlcon In these coromni, tea ctuU per lint),
eacti lwsortli Marked
Window shades all styles and prices at
Jeff Clark's. tf
Mrs. Jesse James will soon onter the
Large quantities of drift wood are
again floating down the Ohio river.
Mr. Joseph Roneckor's saloon is being
newly painted all over.
Tho sale of property, upon which taxes
are delinquent will begin on the 1st of June.
Mouldings and picturo frames at Jeff
Two cases of drunkenness and one of
disorderly conduct were tried iu tho court
of Justice J. II. Robinson yesterday.
Mr. George W. Dunn has resigned his
position as city salesman for tho Cairo City
Prof. Floyd leaves for St. Louis to-day
for business and pleasure. Ho will return
in a day or two.
Delinquent tax payers muat pay up be
fore the 1st of Juno if they would save
their property from the annual tax sale.
For over a week paBt a largo forco of
men has been employed on Ohio levee by
the gas company, examining and repairing
the gas mains the entire length of the levee
Mr. C, Koch is giving his business
houses on Commercial avenuo, below Sixth
street, an overhauling that improves their
Tho bail of Win. Fountain, tho negro
cow thief, was four hundred dollars, not two
liundrcd, as stated in yesterday's Bul
Mr. Dyas T. Parkor, of Fulton, Ky.
arrived in thu city yesterday. He reports
cropB around Fulton generally iu splendid
condition and business prospects good.
By a fall from a high step ladder Mr.
A. Swoboda received boiiio bad bruises and
a sprained onklo last Wednesday. He is
able to bo about tho store, however, and
will bo all right again soon.
Messrs. Charles Nowland & Co. aro hav
ing an additional water tauu constructed at
tho corner of Tenth and Loveo streets, in or
l;r to increase their facilities for supplying
water from tho river to their several sprink
lers and for water carts.
Mrs. W. A. Drips, Mrs. Ida Jamos and
Miss Mamie Kenny arrived in tho city yes
terday afternoon by tho Iron Mountain
train from St. Louis, and will remain
several days visiting tho family of Mr
Mr. Jordan, piano-tuner of St. Louis,
is in tho city. Will only remain a couple
of days. Fortius having pianos they
with tuned, should lcavo orders to-day
and to morrow with Dr. Jocelyn at Taher
Bids for sinking a drivo well at St,
Maiy'B par1! wero opened at tho last council
meeting and referred to tho proper com
niittcc. Thu well should bo sunk, if pos
sible, before tho coming Fourth of July,
for tho benefit of tho many people who
will congregate there.
A dispatch from Loudon says "the
Irish police and thu government have now
abandoned all hope of catching tho assas
sins of Lord Cavendish and Mr. Burko or
unearthing their instigutors, an offer of
10,000 having failed to produce tho least
grain of information."
A colored boy in tho employ of Mr. A
J. Carle, whilo fooling with a feed cutter in
tho stable yesterday, accidently got the two
middle fingers of bis right baud between
two cog wheels and had them badly lacor
a tod. Dr. Parkor chloroformed him and
amputated tho fingers.
Tuesday Mr, Dowell, purchasing agent
for tho Chester penitentiary, panned through
the city on his way to St. Louii. lie had
nearly recovered from tho fearful wounds
inflicted upon him by tho negro convict
recently, though the scars on his throat and
neck will remain always.
Tho steamer Throe States is having
tho finishing touches put on hor new drcBs,
Bho will look like a now boat and excite
admiration, especially on her trip to Padu
The weather of the northwest, accord
ing to yesterday cvoning's bulletin, wos
clear and fair. The thermometer ranged
between sixty and eighty-four degrees
above zero. Rain was reported from Pitts
burg, but it was too slight to measure.
One new case of small pox was dis
covered yesterday in the second story of Mio
frame building abovo the Hibernion engino
house.' It was ft woman who had lived
thero during all tho timo that tho disease
had existed in tho house. She wus taken
to tho city hospital.
A late dispatch says that "Hon. J. It.
Thomas, of tho Cairo district, succeedod to
day iu procuring, under a suspension of the
rules, tho passage by tho house of his bill
appropriating $25,000, to bo expended un
der tho direction of tho sectary of war, in
grading and macadamizing a road running
from Mound City, 111., on the Ohio river,
to tho national cemetery located a mile din
taut from that place"
As predicted by The Bulletin Grand
mother Argus took a column ot crow un
flinchingly yesterday. Sho had uot the
encourage to meet Tue Bulletin's fair
interrogatories, but ignored thoin entirely
Sho seasoned her unsavory dish with pre
tended new discoveries, which either exist
only in her own dull mind, or have been
known to the publiS and to her for months,
even years, alio is a cowardly, mercenary
old hypocrite, and she knows it.
Tho littlo three year-old Bon of Mr.
Stephen Schwanitz had a narrow escape
from death ycHtcrday. Mr. Schwanitz'e
cow was eating bran from a bucket and
tho little boy stepped up and playfully
tossed a stick into tho bucket, when the
cow, enraged, turned upon the child, caught
him upon her horns ami tossed him some
distance in the air. Fortunately the little
fellow fell in a manner that resulted ouly
in a severe jolt, and is about all right again.
Snow and ico on the morning of the
23d of May wero the meteorological phe
nomena existing over a very wide extent of
country in the temperato zone. Tho dis
patches Wednesday morning shows that
frost and snow wero general throughout
Iowa, Wisconsin, and Northern Illinois. In
many p'aces garden vegetables and fruit
hove suffered severely, but serious injury ap
poars to have been the exception rather than
tho rule, whilo wheat, com, and other
grains have escaped damago altogether. In
Tennessee the wheat yield will be 50 per
cent above tho usual average, counting tho
increase acreage, and much of it has already
been harvested in good condition. The
outlook for corn, oats, cotton, and crops in
general in that State is better than for sev
eral years past at this season.
Last night was one to be remembered
by tho largo number of young people wlio
attended tho calico ball eiven by the
Mystic Krew at their hall. Tho attendance
was as largo as the spacious hall could well
accommodate, and made a good-looking,
lively company, all arrayed in tho material
suggestive of tho occasion. Dancing began
early and continued till late, as is always
the case when everybody is well pleased.
Nothing occurred throughout tho night
that could mar tho general pleasuro for a
moment; all came with high hopes of a
night of carnival, and all left with those
hopes fully realized. The music and
lancing was interspersed briefly with con -
versation, laughter, confectionery and re
freshments. As tho Krew's closing hall of
tho season, tho affair must certainly have
proved eminently satisfactory to the man
agers aa it did to tho dancers.
Advance sheets of tho forthcoming
crop reports of tho Illinois' agricultural
board speak thus of the prospects in South
ern Illinois: The condition of winter wheat
in Southern Illinois promise's three per cent,
more than au averago yield per acre, and
the prcseut prospects, as shown by the table)
aro good for 50 per cent, more wheat per
aero than tho sumo counties produced in
1881. With thu exception of Madison and
Effingham counties, tho condition promises
about an averago or better yield per aero in
all the Southern counties. In Jasper, MuH'
sac, Monroe, Pulaski, Randolph and Wil
liauisou comities the condition indicates ten
or more per cent,, abovo an averago yield
per aero. Tho number of chinch-bugs and
army-worms reported in Bomo of tho central
and southern countieB should preparo the
public for a largo reduction in tlio outcomo
of tho growing crop of winter wheat.
In tho Circuit Court at East St. Louis,
Tuesday, quite a largo judgment was ren
dered against tho St. Louis, Alton & Torre
Hauto (Cairo Short Line) Railroad Com
pany, tho sum being $21,000 and in favor
of Geo. W. Hill & Co., millers at Now
Athens. Hill & Co. brought suit against
tho railroad fur unjust discrimination and
extortion, iu that the rates charged them
for tho transportation of froight were not
pro rata with those given to firms in other
places, particularly those iu Bollovillo
Tho firm admitted that the rates charged
them wero less than those prescribed by
tho Btato Board of Railroad and Ware
house Commissioners, but that they wero
not proportionately reducod as those of the
firms patronizing tho load at Relluvillo.and
asked that the damago they hud sustained
since 1876 bo awarded them. Tho rail
road company ploadud specially to the
eighteen counts sot forth by tho plaintiffs
that tlio statute of limitations intervened,
that it made no unjuHt. diwriminatioiiH, anil
that it charged loss than wan prescribed by
the Statu Board of Railroad and Ware
house Commissioners. The plaintiffs de
murred to this special pica, and tho Court
sustained the domurrec Thereupon tho
defendant withdrew the general ismio and
stood by it special pleu. The jury then
hud nothing to do, on this state of plead
ings, except to fix the damages proved by
the plaintiff, the defendant introducing no
wiUieum'H. The daiiiiifeH awarded to Hill
& Co. by the jury ore $21,000. The com
pany rely upon their plea to have the
judgment reversed in tho higher court, to
which they will appeal the case. G. A.
Koerncr anil Dan Turner appeared for the
plaintiff, and R. A. Htilbert for tho rail
From the action nought to be taken by
the leading white Republicans of this city,
at a meeting held at old Turncrhall recent
ly, it appears that they, the leading white
Republicans, intend, not only to make
nominations for county and other ollkeB.but
to make a strong party fight for the entire
ticket, especially for tho county offices.
This presumption is streiigtcnod by the
fact that they can have no candidate for any
but local offices from this county. Tho
state Hemitorship, to which alone, accord
ing to the etiquette observed bet-ween the
three counties composing this senatorial
district, belongs to (this county, will be a
Democrat, because this district is largely
Democratic. Of the candidates lor the
lower house and for congress, Alexander
county will have no Republican nominee.
Therefore it is sale to assume that the des
peruto effnt to org.ini.o in this county is
mainly fur the purpose of putting forth
und seeking to elect a republican county
ticket. The wisdom of mieh u step seems
infiiiitisinml in the light of the hist county
campaign, in which the straight republicnn
ticket sustained such disastrous defeat. A
wise man would take a word of hint; but
evidently tlio loading republicans of this
city and county refuse to profit even by a
vigorous kick. The verdict of the people
of the county at the last county
election was a str ing endorsement of Tue
Bulletin's position, that the interests of a
city or county demand the election of men,
not with reference to their views upon fed
eral question., not according us they
were lahlod 'Republican" or " Democrat, "
but with reference to their views upon local
affair, witti sole reference to their character
and ability. In this opinion Tur. Bulletin
fought for the nidi-pendent ticket, in this
opinion the people elected the independent
ticket in every ense but one, and in that one
case they have had ample cause to regret
their action and have regretted it sorely.
The gentlemen who am at the Lead of this
movement, to repeat tlio mistake of 1SS0
can not possibly have any but partisan in
terests in view. They can not say that the
independent ticket, so far as it was elected,
did not give entire satisfaction to the
people; they dare not deny that the reg
ular republican ticket, fo far as. it was
elected, has 'given just cr.ipe for dis
satisfaction, for deep regret; because in
the on 3 case the people's hilars were thor
oughly, judiciously and honestly adminis
tered, in the othor they wero not aiwajs so
administered. The only object tho L'eutle-
men aforesaid can have iu their effort to
make the coming campaign a partisan one
in tlio county, is to serve party interests,
They are driven to this action only l,y
what they conceive to be a necessity in
order to keep the colored voters inline.
They see danger to party organization in a
non-partisan campaign. I hey fear that if
the colored voters of the county, eight or
nine hundred strung, are once allowed to
go into a campaign- unshackled, as free
agents, as keepers of (heir own bodies and
souls, as nidi competent to exercise their
own good judgement and own free will in
casting their ballots they fear that if they
once permit this, then the colored man will
become infatuated with his new found free
dom, and there is danger that ho will
escape entirely the political bondage in
which his white republican brother?) have
saught to hold him tor these many years.
With this fear agitating thir bosoms they
make desperate efforts to induce the color
ed brother to "make his mark" under a
document binding him to support the
straight ticket whatever that may be.
Evidently tho gentlemen consider the party
ailment a serious one, one that will justify
tho use of desperate remedies, and they
do not hesitate to use such remedies even
at the sacrifice of t heir patient's manhood.
A blind devotion to party which would in
duce men to pledge themselves to support
anybody the partisan leaders might dictate,
is not creditable to tho pledge taker, and is
prejudicial to the public interest. The
Democrats of this city and county will do,
it seems, as they did before : cast their votes
for such independent candidates for county
offices as, in their judgement, are best
qualified to hold the offices, without any
regard to the political complexion of such
candidates. This is much tho more manly
course, aud, as experience has proven,
much tho wiser aud more conducive to pub
THE TEA PARTY.
Last night tho ladies of tho Presbyterian
Church presented their new entertainment,
tho Japaneso Tea Party, to tho Cairo pub
lio iu Hartmnn'B hall, and made a "big
hit," to uso tho professional phrase. Tho
cntertaiumuut was au innovation in Cairo
amusements, and was a very pleasant sur-
Ol'Kvery Description, from tho minutest article up to a
Youth's .or Gentleman's Complete Outfit. A large Assort'
meiit of STJtAW HATS AND STIFF MIMMED FEALT
HATS f the latest styles just received."
A I) VANTAGES .AVE HAVE:
FIRST Tho quantity of merchandise we buy to supply our numerous stores.
SECOND We have ample capital and are prepared to buy ciudi down.
THIRD Wo ore at all times represented in 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 timo to timo,
name such apparently ridiculously low prices. For instunco wo are selling Middlesex
Rlue Flannel Suit, each suit bears tlio ticket with full name Middlesex Co. $10.00. Nono
genuine without ticket. A very nice Cheviot Knit for $0.50, worth 15.00. A very nob
by Red Silk Mixed Suit at fcilL'iO, worth $19.00. We do not sell uoods for less than cost.
Wo want it distinctly understood that we make a small profit on everything we sell, for
that principle by which a merchant can sell goods for less than cost, and still keep store,
has never yet been discovered. Come and see our goods. You will not be importuned
J. BURGER & BHO,
At lJalaoo Clothing House,
108 Commercial Avenuo.
prise to those who attended. For once iu
a series of yearly entertainments by the
Presbyterian ladies, the weather did not
veto their efforts, but smiled graciously all
day and at night wa "mild with the tender
beauties of fair May." This fact ulono was
a sufficient guarantee in advanco that the
hall would be'taxed to its capacity by
a large, elegant, intelligent and apprecia
tive audience, for the Cairo public had
learned long ago to look forward wi.h ex
pectations of unusual pleasure to every en
tertainment given umler the auspices of the
And, certainly, those who attended last
night were not disappointed even in their
ighoat anticipations. Aside from the
entertainment Toper, tin beautifuljapan-
esc decorations in every part of the spacious
hall wero an important and attractive
feature. Tho walls were covered with a
profusion of Japanese banners, flags, fans
and other devices ; from the ceiling were
suspended, in artistic order, a great num
ber of Japane.se umbrellas, lanterns, varied
in form aud color ; the chandeliers were
decorated with festoons of green aud Amer
ican flags, and servod also us so many
brackets for Japaneso toys of unique con
struction the whole presenting a decidedly
foreign, and therefore the more attractive,
appearance. On the lloor, around tho sides
of the great hall, several largo booths were
erected, and these wore filled with Japan
ese toys, both useful and ornamental, in
every conceivable shape, all displayed in a
manner which showed rare good judgment
and taste. In the center of the floor, in
two rows, wero placed a series of little square
tables, neatly decked, each with a
a boquet of fragrant flowers in the centre,
around which tho company gathered later
in tho evening to partake of tea, cake, etc.
About 8 :!J0 o'clock, after a dense crowd
had gathered in the hall, Prof. Al.
(loss' excellent orchestra gavo forth the
first notes of tho entertainment proper.
Following this Mr. Thomas Winter, arrayed
in characteristic Japanese apparel, 'an
nounced, as master of ceremonies,
that next upon the programme would
bo music by his celebrated Japanese baud.
The, band composed of a uumbcr
of our popular young peo
ple, all dressed in huge-figured,
biight-colorod, cross-cut and bias-trimmed,
but nono tho less fashionable, Japaneso
costumes, slowly filed upon tho stage, sat
down in a semi circle and procedod to play
upon a variety of indescribable instruments
a most hor oxquisito medly of Japanese
music, which would doubtleBB have moved
a company of enlightened Japanese to
transports of delight, but which only ex
cited tho vulgar Americans prosont to fits
of laughter. Tho baud retired, and Mr,
Winter again stepped forward to announco
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was next in order. In this interesting act
two little children, Master Miles Gilbert
and Mi6s Laura Halliday, were principals.
Mr. W. B. Pettis and Mrs. Dr. Jocelyn acted
as parents of tho littie groom, and Mr.
Thomas Winter and Mrs. S. Williamson o
parents of the bride, while ten o. twelve
young ladies were tho retinue. All wero
dressed in Japanese costumes and prcsentod
a very beautiful picture. Tho claborato
ceremony was gono through with grace
fully, with dignity, and with enforced
seriousness by all, to the delight of tho
After this camo more music by tho or
chestra, which was characteristically fine.
Refreshments were next in order, and the
little tables wero crowded continually for
over an hour by happy little squads, sup
ping Japanese tea from tiny Japaneso cups,
and partaking of tho many delicacies pro
vided for the occasion.
Onoof the most interesting features of
the programme was tho drill by the Cairo
Broom Brigade. Tho seventeen young
ladies who took part in it acquittud them
selves fully as creditably as they had dono
before, which is equal to saying that they
performed their parts to perfection. Every
movement was gracefully ani promptly
done, and the storm of applause with
which they wero greeted after tho drill was
"Between the acts" tho audience feastod
upon tho many beautiful objects displayed
everywhere. Tho booths were liberally
patronized, so were the refreshment tables.
Three hundred and fifty Japanese cups and
saucers wero distributed by tho ladies, giv
ing one to each person holding a check,
and it was necessary to send for fully a
hundrod and fifty more in order to accom
modato all present. It was a grand enter
tainment from beginning to end, and tho
managing ladies may justly fcol froud of
Was oloctod by majority of tun thouannd votes
to bo tho lined Be. cigar lu tho market.