Quisenberry's Grove 4th of July 1881

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Quisenberry's Grove 4th of July 1881 - over- given notice that, owing to the...
over- given notice that, owing to the disgraceful proceedings at the Druid's picnic In that city on Sunday week, he will not allow another Sunday picnic, where beer is sold, to be held in Pekin, during his administration. Detmmn Aaucrliper. The Fourth of July is to be celebrated at Quisenberry's Grove, Eminence township, Logan county. Hon. G. W. Miner, Prof. W. W. Richmond, Elder B. Chaplin and Rev, Chase are the speakers. A drair fox chase bv J . w. Miller's pack of twenty hounds will be a noyeity on the occasion. While the celebrated pacing horse "Capt. Durland," owned by J. H. Bacon, of Fort Madison, Iowa, was being exercised on the fair ground track, at Danville during the races, it dropped dead. The cause is supposed to be heart disease. The hoise

Clipped from The Pantagraph24 Jun 1881, FriPage 3

The Pantagraph (Bloomington, Illinois)24 Jun 1881, FriPage 3
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