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:-: VIEWS OF MOUNT PULASKI OF YESTERYEARS '0 .R'y .ULVlSTFF: 'E GOSPEL, OR OTHER .UTHORISD F.PEIt SO.. GRETI.,'N : "THESi ar to lion, and permityou to join to'ther iu the hol) bands ReUnion " - aM of the county of Sang'mq and for so doing this shall be your sufficient warrana , ........... , . Gith under my hand and seal of-office, at Springfield, ip THE OLD SETTLERS OF LOGAN ,ouny, this /)Q da.yof':/ J''-'z- ,Je:Z FIRST ANNUAL RE-UNION IN Oapps' Park, ]st. Pulaski, i ON" W]Dl%T)ISDA.Y, OC]P. 1, lS'3. The object is to revive the memory of old associations, md perpetuate the past, by gathering together the PIONEER and EARLY SETTLER, and enjoy F]AST after the olden time style, All from mr ana near are cordidlly invited to attend, es- pecially the Old ettlers and their wivea Bring your bMket well filled, and make it a day of feasting and sociability. Wa- ter in abundance, will be furnished on the groundl. Among the invited guests who are expected to address the meeting are Ienator Oglesby, Gv. Beveridge, Ex.-Gov. Palmer, Hen. C. H. More, ][][on. John T. lturt, Col; I.,atham, Jndge S. C. Paz'ks, and other. COMMITTEE OF GENERAL ARRANGEMENTS. Hon.C. W. CLARK, JOHN BUCKLES, Rev. JOHN ENGLAND, CRAS. S. ('APPS, JOHN SCROGGIN, L.K. St'ROGGIN, 30HN D. GILLETT, Judge ALEX. FISHER W. SKINNER, W,M. DONNANt CHRISTIAN DANNER, J.E. LOUGHRY. J. T. HACKNEY, BALDWIN HARPER, JANES DOWSING SORRELL DOTEN, MILLER COPELAND. C. W. CLARK, Chairman. S. LINN. BEIDLER, Sev'y. ]xpect to get Excursion Rates on Railrmtds.,j SLEIGHS AND SURIIEYS (without the fringe on post office which was located in the top" enabled these residents of the community house for a number of years. ]l/t. Pulaski Star Print. to get into town in the winter for their mail at the i I' i i = ? ABRAHAM LINCOLN. /ANDREW JOH00TSO00. FgIS A. HOFFMANN. BBNJAIN M. PRENTISS. i JAM.S C. CONKLIIG. -JOHN V, FAIWELL. :WILLIAM WALKER, qION . MILLER. THOIIASW. HARRIS. JOHN V. EUSTACB. i NATHANIEL K McG1TRDY JAMES S. POAGE. HENRY S. BAKER. JOHN I BENNETT. i ZELOTES S. CLIFFOR RCHA.RD ,Y. OGLEIBY:. , go$. r.ta of 9ate, SHARON I'N])AI. of ti A, O. H. MINI.R.  rro., JAMES H. BEVERIDGE. For tmtcndnt of Pddlc I,,:tructiem, NEWTON BATEMAN. For Jvresetatie in Oongret fo;  t al Lcrge. SAMUEL W. MOULTON. For Rerentative in (7ong,'ess--S Ditrict SHELBY M. CULLOM. . For qenator lit/, Ditrlct, GEORGE W. MIMER. For eseltatiee 20Ih Di#trict, A. M. BLAIR. -. 1-. v.. .ates Attorney--Sth fudicial Ditrlet, HENRY S. GREENE. For Gerl of 'reult ourG FRED. C. W. KCHNL'W... For iej, " WILLIAM" G. SA.RKEY. "FOr' Coroner, NORMAN SUMNER. E. A. DANNER & SON CLOTHING & TAILOR SHOP about 1900 which was located one door north of the Chestnut Hatchery on South-Washington. Louis Danner and Anna Kellar worked in the tailor BOARD WALKS AND ITCING ]POSTS were part of Mount Pulaski's business life way back when. It looks like walled parking was in force shop. Shown are, left to right: Anna Christmann McKellar, E. A. Capps and Fred Danner, all decease& then. Needless to say "dey's been made",