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TI1K DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 19, isai.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
aUtTKRKI) AT 'NIK POST OFHCS IN CAIBO, IL
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SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice to tble column, ftvs cents por Uhj, (Mb
Day School for Hoys and (iirls.
Night school for persons engaged during
the day, and lessons in Latin, . Germu,
French, music, book-keeping and ponn
manship. by Prof, nnd Madame Floyd,
Walnut st. fwtween Twelfth and Thlrtoenth
New Billiard saloon.
Mr. Joseph Stcu'iila Imn I iikcth possession
of the building formerly occupied by Mr.
Daa'l Hartman, on the corner of Sixth
strut uiul Commercial avenue, and has
tttablialied therein A billiard saloon and
restaurant. Ho has repaired the building
internally, making changos in the arrange
ment to acco lodato his views and furn-
Itbed it with every comfort that could ho
wished for in a lirst class establishment,
he has spaired no pains to make his place
one ot the most attractive resorts in the city,
and invites all to come and see him.
Oysters! Blah! Game!
Fresh oyster, fine and fat, for sale, by the
Oanorbythe hundred! Bulk oysters re
ceived daily from Mobile, and Baltimore
oysters received in cans, direct Irom the
puckers, by every express. Fish of all
kinds constantly on hand and always fresh.
The "Red Snapper," tho king among flsh
and the delight of epicures, fresh from the
gulf, Send your orders to the headquarters
for oysters and flsh, corner Ohio LuveoSuid
Eighth struct. Roiikkt Hkwitt, Ag't.
OVEH 105,000 Howe scales sold. Bor-
den. Selleck & Co., agents, St. Louis, Mo.
At I'at Fitagerald's.
The oldest and purest imported brandies,
porter and other w ines may bo enjoyed at
the elegant sample and billiard rooms of
Mr. Pat, Fitz " raid, at the corner of Four
teenth and Commercial; and horses fat and
fleet, with every variety of vehicles
from a lmss down to a
sulky, all in a first class condition, ns well
as Baddies and riding regalia, may bo had
at the most reasonable flgureson a moment's
notice at his "Horse Manson". His plaueof
Business is in connection with the telephone
bud all orders received thereby will receive
DOWN THBV OO.
Winter's old reliable oyster depot have
reduced the price of oysters 'to 35, 80 and
45 ots for choice selects. Mobile oysters
in bulk received daily and i'or sale by the
do ten, hundred, quart or gallon. Remem
ber the stand,
Wintkb'b ovstku Depot,
On Eighth street.
Wood and Coal,
A full supply ol Indiana coal, as good as'
Pittsburg, just received from the mines and
for sale at 4 00 per ton delivered. I will
always have on hand a stuck of this cele
brated coal; also daily shipments of wood
is received and kept constantly on hand,
for sale Apply, at tliedv. V. It. R. yards,
F, M. Waiuj.
Closing Oat, Boots and shoos.
Haying a very large stock of winter
goods on hand consisting uf Gents', Ladies1
und Childrens1 sowed and pegged Boots and
Shoes, I have determined to close it out at
prices that defy competition, in order to
make room for an immense stock of spring
goods which will begin to arrive soon. It'
in want of anything in my line l would ad
vise you to call on me before purchasing
elsewhere, as I will assure you good bar
gains. I invite all to call and see for
tbefeselves, c. Koch;
No. '.( Commercial avenue between Fifth
and Sixth streets. Cairo Ills.
Only 18.00; Strait (i Is. Try
loo acres fine land In Pulaski county,
one mile southwest of Villa Ridge, about
thirty acres cleared. Title porloct,
M.J. I low LET, Real estate agent.
In W I.
Morgan & Co., have a large'quantity of
good seasoned wood for sale, in lots to
suit purchasers. Leave orders at the office
ot Hannon ii Co. Sewing .Machine Dealers,
Bueklon's Arnica Halve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, uls i . nt tin um, lever sores,
iClter, chapped hands, chilblains, ( urns, and
all kinds ol skin eruptions. This salvo is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
every case or money refunded. Price, 30
coots per box. Fur sale by Geo. B, OTIaha
COI (.11 M KIT
New York Store Number i II-'
by telephone. Send your order for goods.
Remember we sell goods less than any
other house in Cairo. Try life. Goods de
livered prompt. Buy where goods are sold
100 bales oats straw ; 0,000 pounds choice
roll butter, at II cent per pound; 800 bbla.
pples, Rt $1.00 per bbl., for sale by (i. M.
Alden, 7 Ohio Levee.
Choice white sugar at New York Store
New York store is the place to buy your
dry goods. All prices are. marked down.
Goods must be sold to reduce stock.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notlr.cn In thuan colnmria, len cents ner line,
each InitrUOD. Marked
Chief Robinson is home again from a
visit to Hico.
Wharlboat No. 2 again occupies its
former place at the Levee.
Meerschaum pipes and cigar-holders, a
large stock at F. Korsmeyer's.
Mr. Mike Manley, one of the oldest
residents of the city, who resides up town, is
-Rev. Mr. Ronnar,took his final leave
from this city yesterday. He left behind
him many warm friends and admirers.
The transfer steamer H. S. McGomb is
again making her regular trips, the ice
having nearly all passed down the river.
Meerschaum pipes and cigar-holders,
a large stock at F. Korsmeyer's.
The little one year old child of Mr.
Fred Serbian died on Saturday last of an
ailment the nature of which is unknown to
-Check books, riceipt books, order
books, etc., made to order on short notice
at The Bulletin office.
Mr. W. S. Finery, who is engaged in
the grocery business at Bird's Point, is at
present down with the measles at the resi
dence of Mr. A. J. Bird on Seventh street.
Yesterday's weather was decidedly un
welcome. It was worse than no weather
at all. The sky was. cloudy; the air was
moist, and the sidewalks were covered with
--A little girl, name unknown, yester
day morning made its appearance in the
family of Mr. John Welsh. Although a
stranger, Mr. Welsh has concluded to give
her a home.
-Mr.J. II. Metcalf yesterday took pos
session of the Wardner brick building on
Washington avenue, between Nintcenth
and Twentieth streets, formerly occupied
by Rev. Honnar.
Mr. P. O. Culil, formerly of the lirm
ot Bcbroeder ii Cuhl, w ho has been travel
ing in the far west since the dissolution
of partnership, is In the city and will re
main about a week.
A number of our merchants, among
them Messrs. Pettis & Bird, C. R. smart
and Goldstine & Rosonwator, are taking an
account of stock, which is not interfering
with their business, however.
A number of young ladies the most
irresistable, of course- have for several days
been out selling tickets tor a home enter
tainment, which takes place at the
athenouin on Monday evening next.
The Cassino's masquerade ball, which
was advertised to take place at Washing
ton ball last night, was, owing to the disa
greoableness of the weather, postponed
until Tuesday night, the 2ijtli inst.
Capt. Mallory, whose produce boat,
the "Louis Herbert," has been laying at
the Kast Cairo bank for a week or ten days
will, if the captain's intentions are carried
out, set sail for the sunny south this morn
ing. The Woman's Christian Temperance
Unions of the state have set apart and will
observe to-day, January 10th, as a day of
feasting and prayer for the success of those
who will to-day plead before the legislature
of 1881 tor the protection of our homes.
Mr. Will Smyth, who has been absent,
up the Illinois Central und Narrow Gauge
roads for several days, returned yesterday
evening. He spent the greater portion of
Ins time at Cobdon on the form of a mar
riageable young lady of many accomplish
The ball to be given In tho hall of the
Hibernian engine house for the benefit of
Mr. Patrick Nuughton, to-morrow night,
should not be forgotten. The best of mUSIC
will be on hand, and, since it is given for a
worthy object, a large crowd should be In
There will be a meeting of the young
men at the offlOS ot Squire Comings, at
7:80 o'clock, to-night, to perfect the or
ganization of the young men's club, which
will lit up looms by February 1st. Since the
election of officers. Will be held to-night
a full st! lance is desired.
Mr. 0. S. Meredith, who has been en
gaged in the stave business Up the Cairo
end Vineennss railroad, is in the city ar
ranging the preliminaries to forming
a partnership with Mr. w. B, Pettis, of the
firm of Pettil A Bird, The new firm
will bo ready for bUlinoiS in a day or two.
Tho Galley Slave Combination carry
with thrin their OWn scenery, ami ure there
by enabled to place their plays upon the
boards in the same complete, manner us in
all other cilies. They have alsu, n IUCL.t
the popular demand, reduced prices from
$1,110 to 00 and 75 cents- the first reduction
they have made since they entered the Held.
The case of Thoi. Clark, charged with
keeping a disorderly house, was heard by
Squire Comings yesterday. A number of
witnesses were examined, but night Over
took the proceedings, which will be con
tinued to day.
The finest sausages iu America; the
juciest steaks; the tenderest roasts; the
iattest beef; the sweeb st pork, and in fact,
the best of everything in the way of cut
meats, will always be found on the counters
of Fred Koehler, at either his Eighth
street or up town shop. Fred does his own
buying, and is one of the best judges of
good beet cattle in this country. Therefore,
his customers can always rely upon getting
Mr. w. N. DeWolf, of Vinoennes,
and Mr.J. E. Iglehnrt,of Evansville, I ml.,
lawyers, were hero yesterday, taking de
positions in the interest of a party to a suit
pending in the circuit court of Vincennos.
in which $150,000 are sought to be recover
ed from the E. &T, R. R. R. us damages
sustained in the destruction by fire of u
large starch factory; tho lire originating, it
is alleged, from a spark which flow from u
passing engine belonging to the laid road.
For the benefit of those who desire to
have street lamps in their neighborhood we
will state that iron lamp posts, with Inn
tern am) burner complete, can be furnished
for from twelve to fifteen dollars; wooden
posts with all necessary attachments for gas,
tor from seven to eleven dollars, and wood
en lump posts with lantern and lamp for
oil, tor from five to seven dollars. Posts
must stand two hundred foot apart and
will bo kept in order and lighted by the
Mr. ('has Pfifferling was yesterday in
receipt of B New Year's remembrance
which, although it was a little tardy, was
none the less acceptable. It was in the
shape of half a dozen kegs ot the famous
Salawator XXX beer, manufactured by
Messrs. Anthony & Coon. With his usual
liberality ho will this forenoon, between the
hours of ten and eleven o'clock, treat ull his
friends, patrons and acquaintances to the
same free of charge. A general and cordial
invitation is extended.
For some reason, known only to a
favored few, the telephone instrument at
police headquarters remains unconnected,
or, at least, in a useless condition. There
may be a good reason for tho delay
manifested, but it is not aparent, and
some complaints are being uttered by
persons at what seems to be an inexcusable
neglect on the part of somebody. We do
not know with whom the blame lies; we
know only that the instrument should have
been in working order some time ago, for
the failure to have it so may, at any time,
result seriously in a ease of fire or other
instances in which the police can be of
Mr. .las. Coleman is negotiating for the
purchase of a bindery to add to his book
store. TlIE BOLLETDt office has already
purchased an elegant piece of new ma
chinery, in the shape ot a paper cutter, cost
ing I'.'OO, which is now on the way from
the type foundry of Murder, Luse&Co.,
Chicago one that will cut anil square
thirty inches. We have also purchased the
Stock and tools necessary (excepting a
ruling machine) to do all kinds of ordinary
binding called for m a printing office. We
keep constantly employed in our press
room a good binder, so that the removal of
the City Bindery from Cairo need not in the
least discommode our customers, nor our
selves. The Central Catholic Advocate, of
Louisville, Ky., contains tho following:
"There nro rumors of a new See being es
tablishment at East St. Louis, Belleville or
Cairo, to embrace ull Southern Illinois; but
this is not authentic." After commenting
on the above and considering the
probable establishment of a new See,
the Fast St. Louis Herald suggests
therefore our former fellow-citizen, Father
O'Halloran. It says; "Without, dis
paraging the qualities of any priest in the
state for the elevation, we claim that in our
own city we have in the person of the Very
Rev. p. J. O'Halloran, V.F., one of the most
acceptable to the clergy of Southern Illinois.
He is known and recognized all over the
state us a good financier and a man entirely
above reproach, If such would be the
good fortune of his fellow-brethren in tho
priesthood to select him as ilignissimus, a
new era in church a Hairs would undoubted
ly be the result. Tho elevation of Father
O'Halloran to the episcopacy would be an
interesting event for this section of the
COUStry, and we only hope that it may be
pushed to a successful conclusion."
Governor Newell, ol Washington ter
ritory, rises to talk a little about that dis
tant corner ol the nation. His Information
is fllhy odorlforously fishy -but it IS in
teresting, at least, to such men as John
sproat, Valentino Resch, Jack Winter, Pete
Kukyondall and other dealers in flsb, if
not to consumers of the "meat" themselves.
He calls attention to the fact that the bus
iness of planting and cultivating eastern
oysters in Puget's SOUDd is rapidly pro.
grossing, ami predicts that the territory
will soon become tho grout bivalve pro
ducing si ctiuii ol the western const. The
trade in clams, also, is very important.
They are found in great abundance in the
Hound, many exceeding ten pounds in
Weight (lo thfl governor says). As to the
Simon fisheries, he snys the cnlch lust year
Smounled to 40,000,000 pounds. Fish
caught iu the sound wore shipped to every
market in the world, tho returns being over
$8,000,000. As another source of wealth
the territory contains 10,000,000 acres of
the best timber land 0Q tho globe. The
facilities of cattle raising are likewise
represented us superb, Taking it alto
gether, the enthusiastic governor believes
that the obscure territory is dostinod to
become one of the greatest stutos of the
Many of our citizens uro well pleusod
with the recent uction of our city council,
in voting to again light the streets with
gas. It is now nearly four years since the
streets of our city have been lighted, ex
ccpt here ami there, where an oil lamp has
been kept lighted at night by some of
our enterprising citizens. Tho question of
lighting our streets with the electric light
has been broached by some of our alder
men, but the time lias not yet arrived
when it can be well, and economically
done in that way. It bus recently been
decided by the commissioner of sowers ot
the city of London to light tho bridges and
some of the leading thoroughfares of that
city by electricity. The Anglo-American
Electric Light company have been awarded
the contract for lighting two of the prin
olpal bridges and a portion ot ono of tho
principal streets at a cost four times that
Ot gas. When it is remembered that if
anything occurs to stop the machinery for
an instant, the lights go out -we feel like
saying that we want none of it until the
lighting by electricity is so perfected
ns to be as cheap, and ns sure as oil or gas
lights. Hut to return to the subject of
lighting our streets. There will bo need
ed, tohuve it well done, about one hundred
and fifty posts. One hundred of them can
be erected on the line or gas mains the
other fifty need to be erected In portions
Of the city where the gas mains do not run
und where, of course, oil lumps must be
used. We have about fifty-five iron lump
posts, many of which although without lan-
terns,could be gotten ready to bo lighted by
February 1st, if the citizens take
hold of the matter at once. Lan
terns, all of tho sume pattern,
should bo used, as the oxpense of keeping
them in repair would be much less, besides
adding to the general appearance nf the
"In the coming city election no money
should be used to procure votes. Our side
bus no money to spend und if the other
side will drop its old practices, the will of
the people will prevail." So said ono of
our ward politicians, with pious solemnity,
a few days ago iu the course of u conversa
tion concerning the probable future occu
pant of the mayor's chair. We take occa
sion here to say, that the continual cry of
"money did it," after tho election is over,
bus become exceedingly "thin" and thread
bare. We will not say that u few dollars
in the possession ot both sides do not
change hands during elections, but the
practice is by no means as gigantic as the
alarmists would have u& believe. It is true
and we say it in a tit of candor- that at
all elections all parties believe more or less
in "a free circulation ot money," since
there is no argument so thoroughly per
suasive with many men. "The country
must be rescued from the flagitious enemy"
is the staple cry of politicians of both sides
at national elections, and tho same cry a
little differently worded is echoed by
many during municipal elections. Rut ad
mining this, may we not pause to think und
ask if lucre may assist a purpose
so patriotic, is it an ignoble instrumentali
ty? Lives, property ami prosperity are
staked in battle, and why should not the
minor moralities be sacrificed in the pres
ence ot a great national peril or to secure
u respectable city government? Is some
one to step forward and bother us with
scruples lor which wc care not u-dramf
Not if the court knows itself. It should
be remembered that the government of our
little city depends upon the consent of its
citizens and if some citizens falter iu their
opinions until two or twenty dollars in
hand omboldons them to declare their con
sent by ballot, why should not wo "got out
the will ol the people" us best wo may.
The reader will see that we are anything
but onesided In considering this matter.
P. & W.
Patier Wolf's best flour best in Cairo
only $7.00. Every Barrel Garanteed or
money refunded whitest of the white,
Lilly White. Choice Extra family lloiir
Office of Miih r it Drew, Insurance 162 La
CHICAGO, January 10th, ihsi.
o P. Carrtn, Managor Kqaltabla Ufa Assuranct
Dear Sir It affords me pleasure to no
knowledge the promptness with which the
Fqiiitublo responded to tho claim made by
mo, for the amount due under policy No.
00,082 for $0,000 on the life of .lames R,
Miller, which was paid upon receipt of
proofs without deduction for interest.
The Equitable seems to have established
a new practice in making its policies abso
lutely Iticon testable alter the payment of
three full premiums, as well as in the pay
ment of claims without the usual delay of
sixty or ninty days, which must make it
immensely popular with the insuring pub
lic ; since it shows its desire to be Equitable
in the full sense of the term.
Very truly yours,
signed On&S. W. Dhkw
Enquire by telephone for prices at Now
York store, for your family groceries, und
then buy of thfl cheapest store. Goods do
llvered prompt. C. O. PATIBR& Co.
The Mississippi River Improvement Hill.
Why congress hesitates to act favorably
and promptly on the hill tor tho improve
ment of the Mississippi river is unaccounta
ble and incomprehensible. The only reason
advanced for delay, so far us we know is,
that the bill Iris not been duly considered.
This reason is not supported by the facts,
us the history of the hill shows. Long be
fore the bill was framed the purposes
sought to be accomplished by it were fulllil
inr to the whole country, so tlii! when it
came before congress it contained nothing
new or startling. A year ago last .June,
the act creating the Mississippi river
BOmmmlssion become s Isw, und
the commission, having made thorough
survey of the river, reported to congress
a comprehensive and satisfactory plan,
with estimates, for its improvement.
The bill was drawn in accordance with
this report. Before the bill was shaped,
however, a special committee of congresh
visited and carefully inspected the river
and made a report so favorable that it was
expected that legislation, authorizing the
commencement of the work and making the
necessary appropriation, would Immediatly
follow. This expectation lias not been real
izod ami notwithstanding the feet that the bill
is us fully comprehended as any measure
that was ever before congress, the pros
poet of its passage this session is fur
from promising. The committee on
commerce, which now has the matter of the
appropriation In charge, wants further In
formation, and from dispatches we see it
has Invited Captain Fads and General
Wright, engineers of the Mississippi river
commission, to come before it ami give their
view s about the proposed improvement of
the river. This, of COUrse, will occasion
further delay and retard the progress of the
bill. General Gibson, however, who is
pushing it with all his influence and skill,
may succeed in getting it through. In
last Friday's Washington Post there is an
able and exhaustive article from him. in
which he presents the history of the bill,
and advances unanswerable arguments in
its behalf. With regard to the amount of
tho appropriation ask fur, he says:
"The engineers ask tor five millions of
dollars, about one-half the amount the
commerce on tho river is taxed annually for
increased and unusual rates of insurance
the bill allows them $1,800,000. Tho river
and harbor bill for the last year appro
printed $8,902,000, and out of which the
Mississippi river below Cairo received
$105,000, and so from year to year and
from congress to congress we have made
lavish appropriations for our ocean fronts
and for the upland rivers, but really have
not done anything for tho trade and com
merce upon this great national highway
from ( lairo to New I trices
Speaking of the great Value of tho Mis
sissippi river as a competing outlet to the
markets of the world he has the following
to say :
uIt is said there was no difficulty in im
proving the Tennessee, or the Cumberland,
or the Ohio, or the Wabash, or the Missou
ri, for the engineers were ull agreed as to
the methods to be adopted, but the great
trunk lino to which these ar- tributaries
bus received no appropriations because it
required systematic treatment, and no com
prehensive survey had ever been made.
Each one of these tributaries lias received
larger appropriation! in the last six or
eight years than the Mississippi itself, and
some of them have not one tenth of its com
merce and trade. At last we have the sur
veys, specifications and estimates, and why
shall not the work begin? Shall the peo
ple of this great Valley find their only out
lets to the markets of the world over the
railroads corporations that defeat w hole
some competitions by far reaching, all
grasping and all-powerful combinations
which, at the bidding of a few capitalists,
may determine the rates of freight, and,
therefore, tho value and price of property
and the wages of labor; or shall we open
the great highway, and give them a cheap
ami unobstructed and untaxed communi
cation with tin' 1 1 i '
General Gibson calls attention to the
amounts which have been expended in the
north and west for internal improvements
and shows that no difficulty is experienced
in getting appropriations for bayous and
creeks which are wholly u ithm the districts
of particular members. He says;
"Authority was found for espi ndmg over
$6,000,000 for the Cumberland river; lev-
ral millions lor the Delaware Water Gap;
$4,500,000 for the canal around the Dos
Moines rapids; marly as much for the canal
at Portland, in the Ohio river; $2,000,000
for Harlem river, in New York J $7,000,000
for Alaska; $0,000,000 damages even for
tim fisheries; $'200,(Mio,i)00 since the estab
lishment of the government for internal
improvements, and $8,000,000 to $0,000,-
ooo per annum lor tho improvement of
rivers ami harbors generally.
"Members of congress find no difficulty
iu securing appropriations for the rivers,
creeks, bayoui and trout streams in their
listriets, but when it is suggested that this
great inland sea should be improved, as it
is nobody's district, it is held to be beyond
the pale of appropriations and ot constitu
tional authority, Why Should W0 deepen
its tributaries and its mouth, ami leave the
main streams obstructed for four months
ill tho year, so that navigation is suspended,
or provide no remedy to prevent the Hoods
that are alike destructive to life and pro
perty upon its bosom and borders when
the engineers demonstrate that the nocos
sary improvements maybe made by meth
ods and plans simple, practicable and In
The president ane! the secretary of war,
in their annual messages, favor the improve'
ment of tho Mississippi river, and General
Garfield, in his letter aoceptiog tho presi
dential nomination, doolares that this great
work is ot vital und national importance.
With the present and the incoming admin
istrations committed in favor of tho Missis
sissip river improvement bill, wl,y should
congress hesitate to act upon it? General
(lilmon shows that congress
has tho iiuthor-
ity to puss it, and, also, that tho best .titer-
csts of the country require it.
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particulars apply to Wm HOLDEN
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J BALI, or will trana for oil) ot oouutri prop
erty. Tin' iiiilllt Includtl Iirni. Iiiirni-K, ftamSfM,
wagons, Hsrncaa, etc., etc . nil complete, with
rleHrtnic in tlic nriperiv. fur Information M to
terms, etc , apply at the City Mvor Stable,
AMI SK VI KM
Extraordinary Attraction. The ftBlblODShla
fcvent ol' thu aeuHon.
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M A T If 1 MO N Y.
HIGH LIKE AT LONG BRANCH.
SVS-l'SL' !'!(I('KS 7 indBOCenti
MATINEE PRICES BOandSSCeal
Reaervc aeata without any i-ir aareat Ml
KfEW YORK STORE,
WSOBL8ALE AND RETAIL
The Largest Variety Stock
IN i ll ED ri S'.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE!
C. O. PATIER v ( o.t
Cor, Nlneteeath itreet ) fa Inn in
Commercial Avenue J ' illlO. III.
(iROC'KHIES. BOOTS AXDSHOII
THE BOSTON STORE
STAPLE and PA 1 Y
(J IKK' KIM E3 s
Provisions, Green) Dried und Canned
Fruits, Qneens, Rhus Wood
1K)0TS and SHOES
The Best Brand of Flour
alwayn on hand
TOBAO ' S,OIGARS.Etc
N. II. Country Produce tiikm. All Orders
t or. VfaahlSfteaj Atc aadT nth st
CAIRO, : : : : ILLINOIS.
PROPRIETpR OF BPROAT'fl PAT T
Refrigerator Oari ,
Wnolesale l)':iler in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOB BHIPPING.
Car Ijo.-kIs a Spt toialtv
) IT I'M' K :
Cor. Twelfth street and Levee,
1 - s
1 r .
K B i
5 C 5 M
Jy 9 u:
gS'C s -
q W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
cotmtunlly on hBBQ
At Seventy-five cents per load.
Stavo T r i m m i ii ix s
At, one dollar por load.
The "trimmings" sin coarse shavings and nsko
the best lutnmer wood for cooking purpoyeisi woll
si tin' (h"iiii Hl ever mild In Cairo. For black
mlta'i nso In setting tins, thay ara unequalled.
I.onvuyour order at the Tenth atreel wood turd