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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY" MORNING, JANUARY 20, 1881,
THE DAILY BULLETIN
tNTKHfcD AT TUB IWT OKK1C IN CAIUO, II.
UMOIH, A HKOOND-CLAKS MATTKH.
OFFICIAL " i'AI' Ktt" OFCITV AN vTcOV NTT
LOCAL WliATIlKR REPORT.
Caiko. III.. Jan. 1H, Itwl
Time. Bur. Ther. Hum. Wind. Vcl Weathor
10 " 8041
4 p.m., Jill
Maximum Temperature. Minimum Tem
peratuiw tgrii: llinfU. 1 -2 liirli.
Hirer. IS led 8 Inches, Kino H '"."'".j ,AYi
Scrif't Signal Corps, U. 8. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Noticed in this column. flvo cents per lino, each
100 bak'S oats tttraw; 5,000 juiiui.ls clioico
roll butter, at 15 cents pur pound; 200 bbls.
uppks, nt $1 .00 per bbl., i'or salo by O. M.
Aldon, 78 Ohio Levee.
Day School for Hoys and Girls.
Night pchool for persons engaged durintr
the day, and lesxons in Latin, German,
French, music, book-keeping and penn
manship, by Prof, and Madamo Floyd,
Waluut st. between Twelfth and Thirteenth
New Rilliaid Saloon.
Mr. Joseph Steftfjnla has taken possession
of the building formerly occupied by Mr.
Dan'l Ifartman, on tlie corner of Sixth
Btnct and Commercial avenue, and has
established therein a billiard saloon and
restaurant, lie has repaired the building
internally, making changes in the arrange
meat to accommodate his views and furn
ished it with every comfort that could be
wished for in a first class establishment,
he has "paired no pains to make his place
one ot the most attractive resorts in the city,
and invites all to come and see him.
Oysters! Kish! Game!
Fresh oyster, fino and fat, for sale, by the
can or by the hundred! liulk oysters re
ceived daily from Mobile, and Ualtimore
oysters received in cans, direct Irom the
packers, by every express. Fish of all
kinds constantly on hand and always fresh.
'Tho, "Red Snapper," the king among fish
and the delight of epicures, fresh from the
gulf. Send your orders to the headquarters
for oysters and fish, corner Ohio Levee ami
Eighth street. Eoiskut Hewitt, Ag't.
Over 155,000 Howe scales sold. Bor
den, Selleck & Co., agents, St. Louis, Mo.
At hit Fitzgerald's.
The oldest and purest imported brandies,
porter and other wines may be enjoyed at
the elegant sample and billiard rooms of
Mr. Pat. Fitzgerald, at the corner of Four
teenth and Commercial; and horses fat nnd
fleet, with every variety of vehicles
from a buss down to a
sulky, nil in a first class condition, us well
as saddles and riding regalia, may be bad
at the most reasonable figureson a moment's
uotice at his "Horse Manson". His plaeeof
ausiness is in connection with the telephone
bnd all orders received thereby w ill receive
. DOWN TIIKY (10.
Winter's old reliable oyster depot have
reduced the price of oysters to 25, 35 and
45 cts for choice selects. Mobile oysters
in bulk received daily and for sale by the
do zen, hundred, quart or gallon. Reinein
Winter's OysTKit Depot,
On Eighth street.
Wood and Coal,
A full supply of Indiana coal, as good as
Pittsburg, just received from the mines and
for sale at $i 00 per ton delivered. I will
always have on hand a stncA of this cele
brated coul; also duily shipments of wood
is received and kept constantly on hand,
for sale. Apply, at tlieC.A V. U.K. yards,
Closing Out, Hoots and Klines.
Haying a very large stock of winter
goods on hand consisting of Gents', Ladies'
and Childrens' sewed nnd pegged Hoots 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. If
in want of anything in my line I would ad
vise you to call on me before pun basing
elsewhere, as I will assure you good Imr
gains. I invite all to call ami see for
themselves. C. Kocii.
No. !)0 Commercial avenue between Fifth
and Sixth streets. Cairo Ills.
ICO acres fine laud in Pula.-ki county,
one mile southwest of Villa Kidgc, about
thirty acres cleared. Title perfect.
M. J. Howi.ky, Heal estate agent.
Morgan & Co., have a large quantity of
good seasoned wood tor sale, m lots to
suit purchasers. Leave orders at the ollieo
ot Hankon & Co. Sewing Machine Denlers,
Buckleii'd Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the wmld for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, fever sores,
Letter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, ami
all kinds of skin eruptions. This salve is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
every case or money refunded. Price, 25
C'JQts per box. For sale by Oko. E. O'Haiia
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Noticed In the eolnmns, ton ctnta per lino,
etch lusertloD. Marked
Mr. Louis C. Schuekcrs left.for Bloom
ington yesterday to stay.
Mr. Thos. Wills, of Kansas City, is in
the city on a tew days' visit to relatives.
Meerschaum pipes and cigar-holders, a
large stock at F. Korsmeyer's.
-Mrs. II. Bloms was suddenly taken
very sick night before last.
Several cases of disorderly conduct
was the extent of the business before Judge
The Clark case terminated in tho su
preme court yesterday. Tho trial resulted
in Clark's acquittal.
Meerschaum pipes and cigar-holdeis,
a large stock at F. Korsmeyer's.
The regular weekly prayer meeting
was held at the Presbyterian church last
nL'ht, the attendance being good in spite
of the disagreeable weather.
Check books, rfceipt books, order
books, etc., made to order on short notice
at The Bulletin office.
A number of men wero yesterday at
work on the call wire of the telephone, un
der the supervision of Superintendent IluO
remedying the evil caused during sleety
weather by tho call wire being too low.
Mrs.WoodKittenhou.se, Miss Maud
Rittenhouso and Miss Ilattie Reardcn, last
night very pleasantly entertained the vis
itors at the Reform Club hall. This even
ing Mrs. F. S. Kent, assisted by several
young ladies, will be at the hall.
Hon. 1). T. Linegar has been appointed
a member of three committees, viz: On
municipal affairs, on revenue and on elec
tions. Hon. Harmon Black has been ap
pointed a member of the committee- on
elections and on senatorial appointments.
The Illinois Central pay car did not
arrive yesterday as was expected aud, biiicc
about two hundred men depend upon it for
the money with which to pay for their last
month's victuals, etc., a number ot our mer
chants are more or less disappointed at the
Mr. S. B. Penn, who has been engaged
in the grocery business on Eighth street,
with Mr. J. C. Clark, is now devoting all
his time and attention to his tobacco bus
iness in a building belonging to Mr. Tony
Cella, situated on the corner Nineteenth
and Poplar streets.
Mr. W. L. Bristol has already con
tracted for the br;ck for his new business
house, which is to be erected on Eighth
street, and the contract for the work will
also soon be let. Preparations for laying
the foundation will be made as soon as the
weather will permit.
It is surmised by sonu of our citizens
that the colored man and brother will run
one of their kind for the mayoralty at tho
coming election. Since they have long ago
firmly resolved to pluck their rights from
tho tree of liberty any action on their
part would not be a surprise to our citi
zens. Sara Bernhardt will go to Charleston,
South Carolina, if the people of that city
guarantee her $3,000; and sho will visit
Nashville on a guarantee of $3,000. She
will give three performances in Memphis,
and while enroute for that place curious
Cairoitis will doubtless be offered an op
portunity of seeing her.
-A number of our juveniles will give
a party at tho residence ot tlio
parents of Miss Mamie Purkor on to
morrow night. A committee composed of
Masters Jewctt Baker, Charles Jenkins,
Walter Comings, Clarence Ellis, Robert
Olmsted, Fred Bross and Alex Korsmeyer,
has charge of the affair.
Which is right? Parson Fowler, of
the Northern Methodist church, says the
heathen will be damned nnd burn eternally
in hell. Parson Newman, of the same
church, gays they will not. We suggest
that, Instead ot quarreling and snarling
about it, cither or both of these learned
doctors of divinity no to hell nnd find out.
Mr. A. J. Carlo proposes to run a hack
for the accommodation of parties wishing
to attend tho party to be given lit Mr.
Oallgher's residence to night. Partus
wishing to attend can procure passage at
his stablo in person or by telephone at
reasonable charges. The conveyances will
cull at tho residences of those ordering
Mrs. Zaiiotie has been in tho city tor
several days, awaiting tho decision of
Judge Baker in regard to the motion for
a new trial made by her husband's lawyers
in tho divorce suit, to which reference has
been made in these columns. Mrs. Zaiiono
manifests a deep interest in the case, and
is anxiously expecting its speedy settle
ment. The decision will probnbly bo
To night a party will ho given by Mrs.
Charles Galigher, nt her elegant residence,
In 'honor of Miss? Smith and Miss
Galigher, who hnvo been visiting her for a
short tiino and who will return to their
homes in Zanesville, Ohio, in ft few days.
The party will ho a brilliant one as niny bo
expected, nnd those who will have tho
honor of beinn present will doubtless not
soon forget it.
The Metropolis Democrat says: From
a reliable source wo uiu Informed that a
colored mnn tins contracted' for tho Cairo
News ofllco and will shortly assume con
trol both as editor and proprietor, Ho is a
practical printer, said to be keen as a brier,
and just tho Moses to lead his party to tho
desired Canaan." Tho gentleman referred
to In tho above is Mr. Alex. Leonard, a
practical printer, who has been an em
ploye of tho News office since its birth.
The Southern Illinois Medical Associ
ation is holding its annual mecting'at Du
Quoin. Yesterday was the first day of the
meeting when, according to programme,
Judge G. W. Wall delivered an address of
welcome to the association, and Dr. Ward
ner delivered a lecture. To-day a lecture
will be given by Dr. II. It. Guthrie, of
Sparta, to be followed by the valedictory
aud an address by the retiring president.
The temperance ladies of tho stato are,
nnd lately have been, exerting themselves
for the cause at Springfield, where tho
legislature is in session. Whether they will
accomplish much with tho dignified login
lators is a question that will admit of con
siderable doubt since they claim that the
condition of Springfield water isBuch that,
with tho best of will, they cannot possibly
Mown" it. Hence they are driven to the
adoption of a substitute.
rrof. Sanders has finished a fine oil
painting which may bo seen in his studio
It is a picture of the river front of Cairo,
about three by seven feet, and shows the
wharf, the steamers and tho buildings on
on the levee, the bnnk, etc., nnd, most prom
inent, tho new Halliday house, with its
tower, ladies' entraxce, etc. The picture
is elegant in design nnd artistic in finish
one that would grace any publie hall or
fine office, in this or any other city.
Mr. Harry Walker will to-night open
tho Broadway opera-houso at Paducah.
He has been in Chicago for several weeks,
and procured a large company for the open
ing night. The Cairo band has already
been sent to Paducah, to discourse the
music and all other necessary arrangements
have been made. We can assure the citi
zens of Paducah that Mr. Walker, having
had a goodly amount of experience in the
business, will give them a show worthy of
patronage and keep a first class and or
"The Galley Slave" will, on Friday
and Saturday nights, bo produced at the
atheueum, by one of the strongest compa
nies traveling. Tho Baltimore American
has the following to say in regard to the
play and the company producing it: "Bart
ley Campbell's drama, 'The Galley Slave,'
drew a laige crowd to Ford's Opera House
last night. The success of the play else
where and the strong cast that presented it
here, both had their inflnence in drawing a
full house; but it was the merit of the act
ing that made it so striking a success, and
which won it double recalls from the close
of tho second net to the final tall of the cur
tain." Mother Shipton predicted that the
world would come to an end in 1881. Not
content with this, some fellow has predict
ed that a terrible plague would sweep this
earth fiom "eend to eend" in the yekr 1881.'
After tho plague has spent its force, con
tinual conflagrations will occur in all parts
of the globe, and then will come the final
reckoning. Those who are inclined to be
superstitious will be constantly in "hot
water" until the dawning of the new year
of 1882. They have the consolation,
however, that they will bo accompanied by
their "sisters ami their cousins and their
aunts." Wo shall see.
Tn k Bulletin having duly informed
its leaders in regard to the prophecy of
ancient "Mother Shipton," arises to state
that, were sho alive to-day, she would no
doubt find u congenial spirit in tho pcrsou
ot Miss Cornelia Seibles, of Brookhaven,
Miss. Miss Seibles doesn't fortell a
final disruption of torrestial affairs, but she
predicts an occurrence equally disagreea
ble. Sho says and pays emphatically
that there shall come to pass a grand,
awful upheaval mid general chaotic
intermixture of all things political before
tho 4th of next month; that Garfield will
never be inaugurated, ami that this country
will bo ruled in future by a king. Miss
Seibles buses her prediction upon a wonder
ful vision, which appeared to her many
years ago, the particulars of which have
repeatedly gone the rounds of the papers.
She is firm in her convictions, and awaits
with culm confidence the alleged govern
mental change. If there is any patriotism
lying around dormant in tho country, it
should uwako nnd prepare for the emer
gency. A chaneo for local Btar gazers to muko
money lies in tho following lines forward
ed to us this week from a New York Astro
nomical society, which, learning that tho
Iuipciial academy of sciences of Vienna
bus withdrawn its oiler of a gold medal
valued at $(10 for tho discovery of comets,
ami being desirous that the search for them
shall not bo abandoned, offers for every
such discovuiy, subject to tho conditions
which follow, the sum ot $200 in gold as a
prize. Condition 1. Tho comet must bo
unexpected and telescopic, excepting only
tho comet ol 1813, which Is expected to re-
appear during tho coming year. 8. Tho
first discovery must be inado in tho United
States or Canuda. 3. Immediate notifi
cation by telegraph must he made to Prof.
Lewis Swiff, of Rochester, who will cause
tho sumn (o bo cabled to Europe, nnd will
nlso send notification to astronomers in this
country by special circular or associated
press dispatches. 4. Tho telegram must
give the tiino of discovery, tho position,
direction nnd daily rnto of motion, with
milllcieiit exactness to onnblo at least one
astronomer to find it. 6. In tho event of
any dispute which may arise regarding
priority of claim or non-conformity with
the conditions named, tho decision shall
bo referred to Prof. Asaph Hall, of tho
naval observatory, Washington, D. C, and
Prof. C. A. Young, of Princeton observato
ry, and their decision shall bo final. Tho
offer, unless previously renewed, will expiro
January 1, 1883.
Tho Mystic Krew has taken tho in
itiatory step toward getting up a grand
Mardi Gras celebration. They have ap
pointed a committee from among them
selves to eo-operute with another commit
tee of citizens, composed ot Messrs. B. F.
Blake, Herman Meyers ond Capt. Shields,
who aro to solicit subscriptions
from the business nion of tho city
Tho .committees will probably bo
out to-day and it is certainly very desirable
that they meet with the greatest encourage
ment from all who are honored with a call
from them. That the Krew will give a cel
ebration that will bo in every respect
worthy of it and creditable to Cairo, pro
vided they are properly assisted by the
people, is assured. The Krcws' efforts in
this respect in former years aro a sufPcient
guarantee of that. Wo hopo therefore that
for their own, nnd the city's interests gener
ally, the merchants of Cairo will meet the
committees referred to with open purse in
hand, ready and willing to contribute liber
ally, though according to their means, to
this very worthy purpose.
At the last meeting of the city council
Aldei man Blake, with an eye to tho com
fort of tho good people of tho Third ward,
introduced a resolution having for its object
the reconstruction of the walk around the
corner of Fourteenth and Cedar streets. A
walk around that corner is a necessity ser
iously felt by those who reside west ol
Cedar street, and has been devoutly prayed
for by them. The cinder walk on Fif
teenth street, which is now being used, is a
collossal nuisance nnd a disgrace to that
part of the city. The cows -of the ward
have made if their headquarters.
They assemble there aud occupy
it every day in the week during all sorts
of weather rin or shine, and at nights
rest their weary bones unon it to the dis
comfort of pedestrians who, upon dark
nights, not unfrequcntly stumble over them
in a decidedly undignified manner. It has
caused more hearty profanity in the Third
ward than all other causes combined. It
has created discord in families; has suc
cessfully retarded the progress of religion,
and will some day indirectly be tho cause
of some dire calamity happening in the
ward. The cows have dragged tho mud
of the street upon it and have combined
with the hogs in rendering it uneaven anil
generally nasty to such an extent that there
should be no question about thp immediate
reconstruction of the other walk, or the
building of a walk on the north side of
Fifteenth, between Walnut and Cedar
Rev. Johnathan S. Haskell is still
preaching the gospel to tho poor of New
Orleans. He conducts services in the
variety threatre and repeats the 6ame start
ling stories which ho told here. The fol
lowing is one of the interesting incidents
which he recalled Sunday last and which
he said had come under his own observa
tion : "John Blank was a well know actor
in New Orleans, when Ludlow & Smith
ran the St. Charles theatre. John, excelled
in a play wherin in one of the scenes he ap
peared manacled in a cell, and by his
truthful impersonation of a convicted
murderer, calling on God for repentance,
moved his nudience to tears. One morning
John awoke from a debauch he was
manacled chains encircled his ancles and
wrists. He thought he was acting, and in
the parlance of tho stage, began his busi
ness, when interrupted by a friend who
through the wenry hours of darkness
shared his cell. 'Where nm in Ned,' he
asked. 'Am I In a cell?, Yes John you are
for murder,' was the reply. 'Then, Ned,
for God sake don't tell Lizzie, don't tell
my wife,' he excluimed, raising his ironed
nnd still bloody hands to his head. "Great
God, John, don't you recollect you went
home drunk, and in your frenzy you brain
ed your wife, even as she, with all tho ten
derness of a woman, strove to wean you
from intemperance?" Ami then there camo
a cry from tho murderer a cry that camo
from his very soul and John, the popular
actor, was a maniac. Now he walks the long
corridors of an asylum, and at each turn
calls for Lizzie. 'Lizzie, my darling, comn
back to mo.' "
Our aldermen havo so far failed to
show an over anxiety to provido a rock pilo
for tho punishment of criminals. It is truo
a step in that direction has been taken, but
it was only a small step and was taken with
a sluggard's slowness and, if wo may judgo
tho future by tho past, tho present genera
tion will pass away ere tho council toes tho
mark. Of course, nothing better than a
rock pilo could bo devised for tho punish
ment of minor offenses, but if this cannot
bo procured without much troublo and do
luy, wo suggest tho erection of a whipping
post which, oncu established, might bo used
for tho punishment of a long list of minor
offenses especially thoso ngainst tho per
son. Thoso pests of society, tho petty
scoundrels, care not a farthing for the short
terms of imprisonment meted out to them
for minor crimes. But it would make their
hair stand up in abject terror to know they
wnrn to be hound to a nost and nnLltnlv
floggod. Such punishment is not only I
painful, but degrading; and a degrading
punishment is what the average rascal
needs. To be imprisoned and "do time,"
makes him a sort of a hero in tho eyes of
his comrades in crime; but no stretch of tho
imagination can make a hero of a man
whom the strong arm of law strips and
flogs. Tho whipping-post would force so
cial vermin to act decently and honestly,
or else drive them into tho higher walks of
crime where tho gibbet stands ready to
claim its own. In either case wo would bo
rid ot-them, and riddance is the only object
of our whole system of laws and penal
DAMAGE BOND BY FLOATING ICE
AT THIS TOUT LAST NIGHT.
At ubout ten o'clock last night a large
cake of ice, floating down the Ohio river,
struck Halliday Bros' shanty boat, which
was laying at the coal dump, and sunk it.
It also tore from their moorings the dry
docks and pump-boat of the firm, which
wero laying at the same place, and carried
them down tho river, but only injuring
them slightly. Tugs were sent after them
nnd, in all probability, succeed in landing
them in safe quarters. Tho shanty boat,
with contents, was valued at about seven
As announced in the dispatches, the rival
ry between the Western Union and the
American Union Telegraph Companies has
coded in consolidation. Tho consolidated
company is to retain tho title of the West
ern Union Telegraph Company, with a cap
ital of $80,000,000. To rerfect the com
pany, a new certificate ot incorporation,
with the capital fixed at that amount, is to
be filed. The shares of the several com
panies are to be merged in tho consolidated
company at a valuation of about $1.29 for
Western Union, $1.13 for Ar.iencan
Union, and 00 cents for Atlantic and
The consolidation of these noes is an
evidence of the superior sagacity and
management of , the Western Union Tele
graph company, and makes the company
tins strongest corporation in the world.
While there are some who profess to see in
this movement tho organization of another
gigantic monopoly, an increase in rates,
and all that sort ot thin?, we
believe the idea to be a most excellent
one; and that instead of increased rates, it
will result in a speedy reduction, and to the
general advantage of every one who has
occasion to use the wires. The bitter
rivalry that existed between the companies
was of no good to cither the companies or
the public, but now that peace has been
purchased by consolidation, and the con
solidation backed by a capital almost be
yond the comprehension of the average
mind, we may confidently expect the public
to share in the benefits the W. U. hoped to
secure by the consolidation.
We apprehend no such evil results from this
consolidation as are pictured by some of
the newspapers of the country, and predict
there will be no departure lrom the long
established rules of the Western Union in
its business relations with the public. Its
management has always been commendable
and every way consistent with the highest
principles of honor, justice and equitable
Mr. Wkslky Sissok, a widely known
lawyer of Chicago, III., was cured of a most
serious attack of Inflammatory Rheumatism
complicated with Sciatica, by the use of St.
Jacobs Oil. He flatteringly praises it.
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
On and after Monday, June 7th, and until tnrthcr
notice the furry bout will wake trips m follows:
LEAVES LEAVES MAVIS
Post Fourth nt. Missouri Land'. Kentucky Ld'g.
8:on a. m.
2:00 p. m.
8:W a. m.
11):) a. m.
i :) p. m.
fl s. m.
11 a. m.
3 p. ru.
3 p. m
STOVES AND TIN WAKE.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KINDS OK JOB WOltK DONE TO ORDER.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Caii'o, - - Illinois
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
I?Ott HALE. -Tli Window Shutters belonirinit:
1 to the Bulletin Bulldluu Apply at the house"
inft ACRE FARM FOR HALK ON EASY
I UV Terms. The land is siluuted four miles
west of Hodges Park, ucres In cultivation. For
particulars upply to Wm. IIoLDEN.
'l-MIR CITY LIVERY STABLE Is 0red FOR
A HALE, or will trade for cliy or country prop
erty, ThH outfit Includes hum. norm-, carriages,
wagons, Huron, etc., etc.. all complete, with
clear title to the tinpertv. For Information as to
terms, etc, apply at the City Livery stable.
Extraordinary Attraction. The Fushlonuble
Event of the season,
FRIDAY & SATURDAY. JAN. 21 & 22.
MATINEE, SATURDAY, 2 P M.
Kepresentltifj Society abroad. Inlrodiicititsci-ncs
of Koine. Venice, 1'nrin, Marxallles.
Superb CoftuuieH and appolntim-m.
Interpreted by tho
T1II0 GALLKY SLAVE
Iturtley Campiiell's latect triumph,
MATRl M ON V,
HIGH LIFE AT I.OM1 JiKANCJI.
1.) 't ('en's
. .. . .VI anU '.'.) Cents
Reserve seatu without any e.tlra chariie on sale
STKVv YORK STORE,
WHOELSAI.E AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE
C. O. J 'A TIE It &CO.,
Cor. Nineteenth street ) fViSi.v III
Commercial Avenuei VclllU, 111,
(.KOCERIES, BOOTS ANUS1IOES.
TIIK BOSTON STORE
STAPLE iu u I PA N C V
Provisions, Green, Dried mid Canned
Fruits, tyneens (ila.-s WikkI
and Willow w are.
BOOTS axj) SHOES
The Rest Rrand of Flour -
always on band.
TO! ACCOS-CIG A HS.Etc
N. H. -Country I'roduce taken. All Orders
Cor. WashitiKton Axe. and Tenth St.
PROPRIETOR OP SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in lee.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
0:v Loads a. "Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street ami Levee,
Q W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
constantly on hium
At Seventy-live ccnls per load.
S t a v o T rimmincfs
At one dollar wv load.
The "trttnmliiL's"nr coarse sliavlnt's and make
the best summer wood for cooklntf purposes ax well
is the cbvitpest ever sold In Cairo, For black
smith's use In seltlnn tires, they ro unequalled.
Luavo your orders ut the Tenth street wood yard .
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