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THK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, JUNK a. m.
THE DAILY BULLETIK
ttra: BnlUUt BaUdlnc, WMhlnjtoi Atsd
INTHHKD AT TOt roST OFflCI IN CAIRO, IL
LINOIS, At SEOONlMiUM MATTIH.
OVIOIAL PAPKROF CITY AND COUNTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notir in inn column, eignt ctratt per line for
ntml Av udU per Inn ieh tuhtpqnent luw
Hon. Hur on week. SOconti per lino. For oue
mouth, SO ceuti y line-
Washington avenue, currier Seventh
street. Good dny board at reasonable
rates. Meal tickets for transient board
ers. MllS. I'll Hi K. Howaku.
Iff on want a good Bquare meal call on
"Cliarloa Schounmyer. Ho has also accom
modation for a few mora day boarders.
His tablu is known to bo tirst-clnss and
ICE1 ICE II
Out of the fire, cor. of 8th and Levee, my
ice house and officii is at present at tho
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, be
tween 8th and llth streets. Orders will be
filled same as usual, both wholesale and
retail. Wagons supply regularly every day.
Furnixlied Rooms lor Ueut.
Several large furnished rooms for rent up
stairs in Thk IiuuxriN building. Apply
I respectfully announce to the business
nien ot Cairo, that I have decided to make
collecting a specialty. Terms reasonable.
Can be found at office of A.. Coming's p. in,
during business hours, or whereabouts as
certained. 4t. W.C. Nkwsom.
Court House Uakery .
The undersigned having thoroughly ren
ovated and fitted up new his Bakery for the
Summer business. and stocked his store
with newgoiids throughout, invites the at
tention of his old patrons and t ho public
generally to the fact that he is prepar
ed to supply them regularly hereafter with
tho best of everything in his line of trade.
John Kicks, Proprietor ol Court House
Uakery. Cairo, Juno 1, 1882.
Flower, Novelties, Millinery.
Mrs. M. A. Goodu,.Eighth street opposite
Bristol's has receieved a full line of new,
fresh and fashionable millinery, Straw
goods Flowers, Ribbons, and fancy articles,
which is ottered at very low figures. At
Iter store is the place to buy neat and cheap
flowers for adorning ladies dresses and
belts. All are cordially invited to call and
iuspect ber stock. tf.
Mr. Fred Whitcanip ha re opened his
butcher shop near the comer of 18th and
Poplar streeti. Meats of all kinds and al
ways fresh are on sale.
Notice to Consumers of Ice.
My wagons will run through tho season
delivering ice to all partB of the city. I
have also an ice box on Eighth street at J.
Walters' and at my ollice on Tenth street,
at C. W. Wheeler's wood yard where
orders may bo left. A share of your bus
iness is solicited and orders will receive
prompt and careful attention.
Geo. W. Si'Knck.
Double cottage on Ninth street bet.
Washington and Walnut renting for $'J0 per
Use Tub Caiko Bulletin perforated
scratch-book, made ol calendered juto
niauilla, equally good tor ink or pencil. For
sale, in three sizes, at thu "(lice. No. 2 and
I. live and ten cents each by the single one,
by the dozen. Special discount on gross
lota to tho trade.
CoTTAdB kok UK nt, in good location
Cheap to a good tenant. Apply up stairs in
Tub Bulletin building.
tf. MUB. FlTZUKUAl.l),
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufaC'
tared and for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
Mrs. Nicholson will commence a school
for children tho first of June. Hours, from
nine till two o'clock; also lessons in music
during the afternoon.
Terms, oue dollar a mouth.
Music, twenty five cent a lesson.
For particulars apply to her at Tine But
Hproat'H Retail Ice Box.
Cousumers of ice are notified that for
their convenience I have built a largo Ice
box on Eighth street in Cunditf's store where
ice in anv quantity can at all times be oh
tained. My customers will remember that
their tickets will be punched at this stand
Just the same as by dnversof wagons, tt.
Fur lif tit Dwelling.
I will runt my house on Fifteenth street
to a reniHiiiMiWu tenant. J louse contains
ten rooms besides brick basement with din
Ing room, kitchen, pantry and wash room
and is in good condition. Apply to mu on
the premises ot at Barclay Bro's Ohio levee
drug store. Jan. S. Kkaudrn
Bucklen'H Arnica Salve
The Best Salvo In the world for Cuts
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Halt Rheum, Fever
Bores, Tetter, ChapH Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, ami positively
.. tVI..- 1a 1 - ... . .
cures i uos. ii gusranieei to give per
, feet satijaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents pr box. For (tie by Uko. E
Dit. Klihe's Great Nrkvr Restoueh Is
the marvel of the ace for all nerve diseases
All fits stopped free. Bend to 031 Arch
trwt, Pbiladelpia, r.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice in tliein eolnmni, lea cents per Hut,
lull laevrtlon. Marked
-King's Ice Cream Garden is all tho go
-See notice of furnished rooms lor rent
in special locals.
-Good music at King's Floral Hall to
night. The temperance alliances in Southern
Illinois hold a rousing rally at Carhoudale
All kinds of lioquds at King's Floral
W acknowledge tho receipt of some
of Mr. King's excellent ico cream which is
"hard to beat."
Tho Cairo Glee Club gave a grand Her
nade at King's Ico Cream Garden last
The steamer Ous Fowler brought down
from Fnducah and Metropolis a largo ex
cursion party, which wandered about the
city in squads while tho boat lay hero.
Mr. Harry Walker and his Comiquo
band and "St. Louis Comody Company"
returned from Paducah yesterday after
noon, having had a very successful trip.
Fiod Welch and N. Marquctt wero ar
raigned beforo Magistrate Comings yester
day for ret using to pay their street taxes.
Each was fined live dollars and costs.
The first peaches for this market ar
rived yesterday ami wero sold by Mr. G.
M. Alden. Two for five cents was tho re
tail price. They wero small but nice.
I Ialf a dozen farmer's wagons came over
from Missouri and Kentucky yesterday.
They were tho first for several weeks back
which had anything to sell in the way of
stock ami produce
There are still about twelve cases ol
small-pox and varioloid in tho city hos
pital, all but three or four of whom are
convalescent. There have been no new
recruits within the last week or so, and it
is probably safe to assume that there will
be no more.
A now earthen drainage sewer is being
laid through the alley-way leading to tho
rear of the whilom Arlington hotel. It is
to couuect with the city sewer system and
serve to conduct the offal from tho upper
stories of the building away into the sew
ers. Mr. John Recs has an advertisement in
special locals of interest to tho general pub
lic. Hohnsgivcti his Court House bakery
a general overhauling, increased his facili
ties and his stock, and will henceforth fur
nish his customers with everything in the
bakery line and of the best quality.
A largo water tank standing upon ele
vated platform in the rear of the European
hotel, fell dowu yesterday and bursted. It
was full of water which deluged the ground
for some distance around. No one was
near when it fell, consequently no oue was
The merry mouth of May seems to have
been more prolific of suicides than any pre
ceding month of the year. While this has
been tho effect of the unusually disagreea
ble May weather in other parts of the coun
try, here it has had a less ghastly effect ; it
has been content to create, in one instance
at least, only an inordinate taste for crow.
A new bakery is to be started in the
small frame building on Commercial av
eflue, between Eighteenth aud Nineteenth
streets, formerly occupied by Mr. George
Bradish for a tailor shop. Tho building
belongs to Mr. Peter NelF, arid his nephew
is to run tho bakery. Brick for tho oven
is already on tho ground.
Mr. Harry Walker's Coruiquu band and
variety troupe, under tho Home do plume of
"Thu St. Louis Comedy Company," has
been entertaining Paducah's merchant
guests in good stylo during the past few
days. Paducah merchants know how to
induce their country customers to visit them,
and how to entertain them when they get
there. 1,280 pcrsoiiB were in the excursion
Grandmother Argus of last evening
promises that Grandmother Argus of this
evening will publish an answer to "the sipo
water article" of yesterday
morninii's Bui.lictin, "which will
be interesting to taxpayers,
puddlers and citizens generally." Why this
distinction? Dues the old lady mean to
intimate that the advocates of puddling
aro not "tax-payers" and "citizens"! If
not, why this separate enumeration? If so,
The fires have been ()Uonched in thir
ty-six rolling mills surrounding Pittsburg,
employing 18,ri()U men. Brown, Bunnell &
Co., of Voungstown, 0., have thrown out
10,000 men by closing all their furnaces am
coal mines. With one exception, the iron
and nail works at Wheeling have stopped
for an indellnite period. Thirteen hundred
men of tho Calumet iron and steel works
at South Chicago struck Wednesday even
iug. In St. Louis the Laclede rolling mill
tho lloluibocker force, and tho Harrison
wiro works shut down yesterday morning.
There are five vacancies in the sacred
College, which consists at present of sixty
fivo cardinals. Of these thirty-four, or
more thin a majority, had the happiness to
I lie Italians. Tho nationality next highest
I ul'n the roster is tho French, with but nino.
Irolfcud. like America, has but one cardinal
wherin the Turks are euually fortunate,
The oldest of the cardinals Is Donnot, arch
bishop of Bordeaux, who is 87; tho young
est isZigliart, a I)ominican,'Who is 4J. The
average age of these princes of the church
ia 52 years.
The fivo or six cows killed or injured
near Goose pond by a Wabash train Weil -nesday
all belonged to parties in this city,
and wore nearly all valuable animalB. Ho
far ono has been identified by Mr. John Bar
ry, up town. As water stands on either side
of the railroad embankment, tho cows
sought reluge on top of tho track and were
unable to get out of the way to avoid a rap
idly approaching traiu. Under such cir
cumstances it is cruel, not to say criminal,
for an engineer to dash in among tho drove
of frightened animals and kill or maim
thorn all. Several citizens who miss cows,
visited the scene of tho massacre yesterday
and found some of them dead, ami others
lying near the track in great agony.
Tho annual meeting of tho Illinois
Central stockholders, held at Chicago on
tho Dlst inst., ratified tho lease of the Chi
cago, St. Louis and New Orleans railroad
unanimously, to go into effect July 1.
They also approved tho construction of
two short branch linos running east and
west from the Chicago, St. Louis and New
Orleans railroad, and which will be built as
feeders. The first is the Canton, Aberdeen
and Nashville railroad, and the other is
the Yazoo and Mississippi Valley railroad.
For both special charters have been grant
ed. Messrs. Gebhard, Vsnnest and Elliott,
of New York, were ro cketed directors, aud
Sidey Webster, of New York, was elected,
and Win. Tracy. One hundred nud ninety
two shares wero voted.
A letter from the assistent private sec
retary of Dr. J. H. Rauch, received yester
day, acknowledges the receipt ot the peti
tions of citizens asking a change in the lo
cations of the marine service here. It states
that the petitions wero received just as Dr.
Rauch was about to depart for St. Louis,
but ho turned them, and tho accompanying
correspondence and maps over to Governor
Cullom, with a request that he use his in
fluence to further tho aims sought by the
petitioners. Governor Cullom accepted the
documents and promised to turn them over
to Congressman Thomas and urge upon him
the necessity of a change in the marine hos
pital servico here. Dr. Rauch alsopnuuis
es to give the matter his personal attention
as soon as ho returns from St. Louis.
A young white man came into town
from Elco a few days ago and lay around
the streets without any visible menus of
support ami in a condition which rendered
it impossible for him to work. He bad
been in a fight at Elco aud had received
several bad cuts one on the back, one on
tho shoulder and auuther in his thili.
Oflicer Haz. Martin gave bim a place to
stay and oomething to cat Thursday night
and yesterday, and sent him to Dr. Wood
yesterday to have his wounds dressed. Hut
tho Dr. refused to do Ms, although the
young man is in every way a fit subject
for treatment at county expense, anil the
county poor fund for this fiscal year has not
yet been exhausted.
A charitable way of accounting for tho
smallness of tho audience at Hartinan's hall
Thursday night is to assume that tho good
people of Cairo do not know exactly what a
"public rehearsal" by a musical organiza
tion is. The common belief probably is
that it is only ail ordinary meeting for prac
tice by the society to which tho public is
graciously admitted at tho rate of twenty
five cents per head. This is not true. A
public rehearsal is generally one of the fin
est musical exhibitions given, to which or
dinarily, in large cities, only a select audi
ence is invited. When given by societies of
acknowledged superior taleut, such as the
Cairo Choral society is, then it is usually
considered a great privilege to bo entitled
to a seat in thu auditorium at all. The
Choral society spent much timo and effort
in preparing for the grand entertainment of
Thursday night; it succeeded beyond its
own and the expectations thu select few
present; it should have met with a brilliant
ovation from the Cairo public.
A small drove of cattlo which arrived
from Missouri on the Three States yester
day, was the subject of much interest from
a squad of our butchers and was speedily
bought in at good prices. Cairo lias so far
been supplied with beef at fairly low prices.
Chicago groans under a tax of thirty cents
per pound for beef; Texas sella porter houso
steaks ot the finest cut for threo conls per
pound. In Chicago none hut a bond holder
dare ask the price of such a cut. But a
better time is thought to bo coming. Tho
live stock market cannot hold present
prices beyond June, and by tho glorious
Fourth it may bo possible for a Chicago
man who lias a moderate income to renew
his acquaintance with beefsteaks. It will
be interesting, if not provoking, to noto tho
altered perceptions of tho man who wcilds
the retail cleaver in that city. Whereas,
when the market was rising, he was instan
taneously alivo to the situation and advanc
ed prices to his customers with great readi
ness, ho will bo dull in discerning the al
tered condition of the market aud dilatory
in waling down to meet it. It is asserted
upon high authority that man does not livo
by meat alone. At the present market rate
of that edible at some places it is fortunate
for bim that he doesn't.
SEVERAL SERIOUS ACCIDENTS.
llytho falling of n brick wall of the
Hiuall houso, which is being torn down in
order to inako room for Mr. C. It. Wood
ward's largo store houso on Commercial
avenue, a little white boy who was playing
near it was se riously injured yesterday af
ternoon. Men were at work taking down
the wall and fu order to hasten tho work
made preparations to push it down
entire. Juht as they wero
in the act ol pushing it over, the boy catnn
running toward it, aud it caught him and
bore him to tho ground. Ho was quickly
rescued and taken to his homo in the Clark
block on Ohio levoe. Dr. G. O. Pinker
was summoned and he found that thu little
fellow WttB very badly injured. Both tho
boy's arms were lacerated ami bruised,
a bad gash extended from
his nobu across the fore head to the top of
tho head, penetrating tho scalp clear to the
skull, n rupture of tho lungs had resulted
which caused him to spit blood frequently.
Dr. Parker, gave him all tho aid that surgic
al and medical skill can givo, and though
tho boy is dungerously hurt, there aro hopes
of his recovery. The boy is but ten years
old. His name is Charley Huh.
Yesterday afternoon about three o'clock
Mr. Al. Susanka boarded a Wabash train to
ride up to the round house. Arrived at
Twenty-eighth street he juiiip oil' and fell
heavily to the ground, breaking his right
wrinl and sustaining slight bruises about
the head, lie returned home immediately
had his wounded limb properlyuttendcd to.
Cuoice Noitli' in Strait Peach Blow Po
tatoes for sale at New Yoiik Stow;.
riant the best Goods always, lot
THE SLACK-WARDNEIt WEDDING,
Under date of May ."Oth, Thk Bui.i.k
ti.n'h Chicago correspondent gives the fol
lowing interesting account of tho wedding
of Mr, Fred M. Slack and Mies Alice
Warduer, at Chicago:
Sunday evening, May '..'8th, at Op. m.,
found a large and well pleased-looking
audience assembled in the Baptist Taberna
cle on Wabash avenue, near Harrison street,
to witness tho marriage ceremony between
Fred M. Slack and Miss Alice Warduer,
making of the twain one flesh, etc. Of
course all tho young people in Cairo will
ask, in one voice, "How was she dressed?"
Well young ladies and gentlemen, she was
dressed, and that is about all thm veracious
chronicler can tell you, except that she
wore a lovely hat or bonnet or something,
on her head that was all cream colored satin
and ostrich tips, and that madeher look just
too sweet for anything ;and a lovely bouquet
of sure enough tea mses at her throat (a la
dy ut my elbow is prompting mo and suys
"a bunch of flowers on her corsage and an
other at her belt") and another bud or rose
ami leaves at lirr waist. And gloves
("kid," my prompter says) to match the
head gear; and the nicest sort of fitting
lmota; ami a dress and things that look like
a little lady's, and that's all I remember
about her dress. But I know all about how
tho bridegroom was rigged out, from bis
button hole bouquet to his boot heels, but I
won't tell, because nobody ever wants to
Know how ho was dressed. I could givo
ydu a pretty good description of tho taste
fully decorated interior of tho Tabernacle,
but there's a steady little hand on my shoul
der and a warning voice in my car forbid
ding too long n letter. One thing I must
tell you, and that is that all wo fel oh !
I mean all us boy Pshaw! I meant to say
that all tho gentlemen present did heartily
envy tho happy bridegroom when ho kissed
his pretty little wife twice right before 'cm
all, and no other follow there dared to kiss
her even once. (My ! but don't a box on
tho ears make ono see stars!) Tho venera
ble minister tho Itev. Lo Roy Church
talked liko a daddy to them (to the newly
married couple) and made us all feel a lit
tle queer, and a little older than wo had
ever felt before, by pronouncing Fred tho
head of tho family. Now, wo had never
thought about Fred as anybody but one of
us boys, and to hear him denominated the
head of the family, and prayed for, coo, in
that capacity, .quite- nearly overcame us,
and di steady us up a bit, I can ".tell you.
Aud right well ho carried his newly bestow
ed dignity and honors. If ho had towered
up to six feet two, and been thirty years old
ho could not have carried himself with
more dignity. As for tho little bride she
was tho veriest little queen nothing could
exceed tho sweetness, ease, affability and
grace of her deportment, in this, the most
trying epoch of a young girl's life. Tho
hridemaid, Miss Cora Warduer, and tho
"best man," Mr. W. C. Host, were equally
at case, and though vory youthful in up -pearance,
filled tho position assigned them
with all the dignity imaginable. Tho on
ly ono of tho wedding party that Boomed at
all cmlmrruBBcd was Mr. Dick Slack, who
certainly wiib tho worst scared
looking young man I ever saw in a wedding
party. Indeed, it was tho first and only
timo Dick was evur known to bo embar
rassed nt all. lie's not that kind of a hair
oh, I mean, he is not easily embarrassed,
you know. .
After tho minister had pronounced tho
benediction, tho happy couple adjourned
intott livrgoalcovo that had been prettily
fitted up lor that purpose, where they re
ceived the warm aud hearty congratula
tions of tho host of friends present; after
which the entire party returned to their
carriages and wero driven to (I for-
I ill T 1) T ICu IT T
01' Every ltoswipliiui, from tho minutest article up to a
Youth's or (iciitleiiiaii's Complete Outfit, A largo Assort
ment of stkaw hats and stiff brimmed fealt
HATS of the latest styles just received.
A I) VANTAO EK WE HAVE:
FIRST The quantity of men huiidiso wo buy to supply our numerous stores.
SECOND Wo have ample capital ami are prepared to buy cash down.
THIRD We are at all times represented in eastern markets by a resident buyer,
who is always on the lookout.
Now, it is ly taking advantage of these opportunities that wu do from time to time,
name such apparently lidiculoiisly low prices. For instance wo aro selling Middlesex
Blue Flannel Suit, each suit bears the ticket with full name Middlesex Co. 1 10.011. None
genuine without ticket. A very nice Cheviot Suit for $!).,'-,(), worth $15.00. A very nob
by Red Silk Mixed Suit at 1- W, worth $10.00. We do not sell goods for less than cost.
Wo want it distinctly understood that we make a small profit on everything wo soli, for
that principle by which a merchant can sell goods for less than cost, ami still keep store,
has never yet been discovered. Come and nee our goods. You will not be importuned
,1 . I W RG K 11 & 13 HO,
A i l 'iilacc (.MotliinLC 1 louse,
' 1 OK Commercial Avenue
got to ask their destination, ulii'-h ii too
bad in nio I acknowledge, but Hum I
was ho engrossed by a luvely picture th it,
filled my memory that I had
no reason for anything else.
There she goes again! if I hud i? to buy
over again, I'd buy a ilat
engagement ling, that 1 would!
The picture, I saw, then, and see, now,
was too pure and full ol" ni iiniiig to
arouse even the littlest spurl; of jealousy
in any breast. I wish I could paint it for
you, young people d" C-iiro. The aleoyr,
to which I referred, faced tin; west -tho
hour wa:i the sunset hour, and as they stood
there, "Alice and FredMho la-t ray of the
setting sun threw itri warm, red light
upon them wrapping them in a gold
en glory bathing them in a sea of rich,
mellow light, and casting athwart and o'er
their pathway long shafts of beati'iful yel
low rays; ga.e iutothe interior of the rapid
ly shadowing Tain nricle, where they blend
ed into ono, and I thought then as I think
now, may these he prophetic id' the hie be
fore them themselves a- young, standing
on the threshhohl of life, with all about
them brightened by their own happiness.
(Yes I know we are greedy also, my own
ownest, but it does sober one to think about
such things, now don't it Laura?) There now
I have made this too long, I expect I have
left outmost everything I wanted to say, at
last. Well I don't care; I'll do like a woman
does, I'll add a postscript. (Don't, please
don't my dear!) Yours etc.
I S. Knowing your desire to furnish your
readers with everything that will prove con
ducive to their happiness must be my apol
ogy for attempting to 11 write up" a wedding
a subject to which my pen is unfamiliar
I give you the skeleton outline you can
till it in to order. If.
A reception was given to Mr. and Mrs.
Slack at the resilience of the groom's par
ents at Anna, where the following list of
handsome presents awaited them:
Jewel case, S. L Collin and wife, Mil
Dressing case, Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Slack,
Klcgnnt morocco Hiblo, Kev. 15. F. Ja
Pope's Poetical Works, Miss L. liistman,
An alarm clock, Mr. nud Mrs. Dr. Ivos,
Toilet set, Uohemian, J . 11. Orovengreiser,
Fruit basket, Miss Kllen Cloud, Chicago.
Headed Spanish luce collar, Mrs. Dedcr
Ono dozen napkins, Mr, nnd Mrs. T. II.
Combination ink stand, Mr. and Mrs. C.
K. Parks, Anna.
Solid silver napkin rings, Mrs. Jenuio
Matthews, Uockford, Iowa,
The Man does Honor- to Iliin
elf Who Wears a Pair of Our
Hand Sewed Button Gait
They are Always Reliable
Wear, Kasy, in Good Taste
Iheuktast cap, Mrs.
Hudson and daugh-
ti r, Chicago.
Cut glass inkstand,
Luce handkerchief. Mrs.
Half doz. ilv. r knives, Mr. and Mrs. T
W. Schick, Anna.
Silver sugar spoon, Mr. and Mrs. W. II
One half do.n silver knives and silver
butter knife, Mrs. II. lloyt, Chicago.
Tidy and linen towels, Mrs. Morse, Chi
cago. Magnolias, Mrs. W. V. Slack, Anna.
Magelica water pitcher, Mrs. Averill.
Cut glass goblets, Mrs. Packard, Chi
cago. Japanese tray, Mr. Henry Loucy, Chi
cago. Silver pickle castor, Mr. and Mrs. H.
Kuil u'oidereil pillar shams, Sadie Niminc,
Moss rose China tea set, Mr. and Mrs.
II. Slack, parents of groom, Anna.
Pair oil paintings, Mrs. S. J. Wardner,
mother of bride, Chicago.
Ornament, W. C. West, Chicago.
Houquet, Miss Mollio Nordling.
Linen towels, Mrs. Autin, Chicago.
V.'um elected liy a mnjorltv of tun tltiiiiBaiiil votes
to bo tho iluost 5c. cigar lu tlio market.
(J RAND BENEFIT.
CAIRO PUBLIC LIBRARY.
CAIUO OPERA IIOUSK.
Tiumluv EvnliiK June llth, Issi, ut H O'Clork.
MAY POLE C1HCLE AND COMIC
(Hi'Pnti'd by KeqiiPRO.
1 temiatln KmllK byl'rof Hrowu.
ln, "I' JitrhonttHlH.
DilllH by 1 1 IIlUclrunrd and
Cairo Hroom JtrigndH.
TAUI.KAIIX, MUSIC, ETC.
AtlmlHulou: l'nrqiiut Hint Parquet, Circle, 5"c .
Fuiuily Clrclii, n."c. Oallery, arm. C'hililrun Uac.
No extra chargn lor renervod mmln.
TlrkeL on mile, MouiUy and Tuemliiy, Juno 5th
ami ilth. at tho ilrii Moron, Urtran nud Tho
Halllilny. And oxeuaDalle at Hartaian for re
served scats without vxirkchargo.