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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 23, 1881.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
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SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notiri'K In thin column. nvo cent per Itne, each
Inwttmi. For one moiilli. coiili jut line..
Tin1- lmvc Come.
Tlic first invoict! of Spring Hoods arrived
yestcrdav, ant will lo followed by tho
largest stock of Hoots and Shoos brought to
tlu; city. Call and examine, and be con
vinced. The City Shoe Stoke.
HO Commercial avenue.
Two bouses and four lots, corner Tenth
street and Jefferson avenue, will be sold
seperately, or all together, as suits the pur
chaser. Title perfect. Apply to
Mns. Sam cm. Fihhkk,
Washington avenue, between Ninth and
Cairo Steed Railway Company.
The undersigned corporators of said
company respectfully represent that they
have long appreciated the want if not the
necessity of a street railroad in this city.
Theretore, that such a road might be built,
we in contormity with the state law applied
for a chatter, not for the purpose of secur
ing a franchise to dispose of for pecuniary
gain, but that a road may be constructed;
hence no charge for the franchise. It is
our desire that the stock shall be solely
owned and controlled by our citizens.
Having complied with both state ami city
laws, and obtained the right of way by
unanimous vote of the city council, we now
oiler the stock to citizens in any amount
from one share upwards. The capi
tal stock is 0,0(10, divided into
shares of $2.1.00 each; as the length of
road will not cost 120,000 to build and
cipiiip it, we propose to dispose of no more
stock at present than will be necessary t
complete it, reserving the remainder of
stock until such time as it may bo needed
for extending the road. The undisposed
of stock cannot participate in dividends
until sold and paid up. We hope that
sufficient of the stock will soon be taken
to justify the letting of contracts, so as the
road may be completed and in operation
within a few months. For information or
stock apply to the secretary at office of
. Widows and Orphans Mutual Aid Society,
corner Commercial avenue and Seventh
street. ' A. Goi.dstine,
Wl 1.1.1 AM STllATTOS,
t Caiho, Feb. linh. issi.
New Milliard Saloon.
Mr. Joseph St "tgala has taken possession
of the building formerly occupied by Mr.
DanT llartman, on tho corner of Sixth
street and Commercial avenue, and has
established therein a billiard saloon and
restaurant. He has repaired the building
internally, making changes in the arrange
ment to accommodate his views and furn
ished it with every comfort that could be
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.
The best of corned beef in any (puantity
desired caii be had at Fred Keohler's sam
ple shop on Eighth street, between the
avenues. Other meats of the best quality
also always on hand. Call upon Fred if
you want good meats.
At Pat FitGerald's.
The oldest and purest imported brandies,
porter and other wines may bo enjoyed at
the elegant sample and billiard rooms of
Mr. Put. Fitzgerald, at the corner of Four
teenth and Commercial; and horses fat and
fleet, with every variety of vehicles
from a buss down to a
sulky, all in a lirst-class condition, as well
as saddles ami riding regalia, may be had
at the most reasonable tlgureson a moment's
notice at his "Horse Manson". Hisplaeeof
ausinets is in connection with the telephone
bud all orders received thereby will receive
Closing Out, Hoots and Shoes.
Haying a very large stock of winter
goods on hand consisting of Gents', Ladis'
and Childrens sewed ami pegged Hoots and
hhoes, I have determined to close it out at
prices that defy competition, in order to
mako room tor an immense stock ot spring
iroods which will begin In arrive soon. If
in want of anything in my line I would ad
vise you to call on me beforo purchasing
elsewhere, as I will assure you good bar-
trains. 1 invite all to call ami boo for
themselves. C. Kocil.
No. !i) Commercial avenue between Fifth
Hud Sixth streets. Cairo Ills.
Hiu klen's Arnica Salve.
'I hi! best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, tever sores,
ttter, chapped hands, ehillibiins, corns, and
nil kinds of skin eruptions. This salve is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
every case or money refunded, Price ij!J
cents per box. For sale by (Iko. K. O'Haka
Reduced Rates to Washington.
For Inauguration Ceremonies; the Illi
nois Central Railroad will Bell tickets,
Cairo to Washington and return, for $31.00.
Tickets good to return on until March
10th. This Line runs two daily trains,
making direct connections, ami arriving in
Washington as quick as any other route.
Pullman's l'alace Sleeping Cars through
from Cairo to Cincinnati without change.
J. II. Jonkh, James Johnson,
Ticket Agent, Cairo. (Ion 1 Agent-
Desirable furnished rooms at reasonable
ratCB. Inquire of Mas. Staniikuy,
Tenth, near Walnut.
Two desirable lots on Commercial ave
nue above Fifteenth street, cheap. Title
perfect. M. J. Howi.ey,
Heal Kstate Agent.
Mr. Fred Keohler, proprietor of the
Southern Illinois steam sausage factory is
now prepared to furnish any style of the
best quality of sausages in any quantity
upon short notice. The reputation t Mr.
Keohler's manufacture in this line extends
for hundreds ot miles around us it having
taken the premium at a number ot fairs as
the best in every respect. Mr. Keohler is
also prepared to duplicate any figures, no
matter from whence they may come.
A neat cottage, pleasantly situated; for
particulars, inquire of 15. F. Hi.akk.
Oysters! Fish! (Jaine!
Fresh oyster, fine ami fat, for sale, by tho
can or by the, hundred ! Hulk oysters re
ceived daily from Mobile, and Baltimore
oysters received in cans, direct Irom the
packers, by every express. Fish of all
kinds constantly on band and always fresh.
The "lied 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 and
Eighth street. Koheut Hewitt, Ag't.
Christ. Oehhek; Wholesale Hardware,
Toledo, Ohio, says: The Excelsior Kidney
Pad has accomplished more for my wife in
three weeks than all the medicine she has
taken in three years. Refer all skeptics to
me. Sec Adv.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In thco rnlninnit, ten ctnts per line,
etch insertion. Marked
Mr. Keohler, Sr., is suffering consid
erably with a frot bitten leg.
Attend the great sale of the Planter's
House, this morning at 10 o'clock.
One or two of the little children of
Officer Schuckcrs are slightly afflicted with
.The steamer Gus Fowler will change
her whistle for that ot the Idlewild as soon
as the change can be made.
Meerschaum pipes and cigar-holders,
a large stock at F. Korsmeycr's.
Messrs. Smith Brothers are having tho
roof on the old portion of their business
house replaced by a new one.
Mounted ami varnished maps of Cairo,
for sale, at The Bulletin office.
Song by Treasurer Ed Dezonia, 'Its
nice to be a father;'' son; born last Mon
day; approximate weight, 12 pounds.
Meerschaum pipes ami cigar-holders, a
large stock at F. Korsmeycr's. "
Prayer tnfeting at the Presbyterian
church will be held at seven o'clock this
evening, instead of half-past seven as usual.
Check books, nceipt books, order
hooks, etc., made to order on short notice
at The Bulletin office.
All the trains on the Illinois Central
railroad arn making regular time now, the
snow storms having ceased to interfere
As will be scon elsewhere the ball and
and raffle, which was to come oir at
Scheel's hall on the 21th iustant, has been
-Sol Silver will oiler you bargains in
household goods at the Planter's House
sale this morning at 10 o'clock.
Mr. A, Black leaves to-day for Roches
tor, New York, Baltimore Philadelphia and
other eastern cities lor the purpose ot lay
ing in a largo stock ot boots and shoes.
Mr. George W. Morse will remove from
the Mackie house on Fifteenth street into
the house of Mrs. S. G. Taylor, on Wash
ington avenuo and Twenty-fourth street,
about the first of March next.
The Planter's House, furniture and
equipments, for sale, without reserve,
at auction, this morning at 10 o'clock.
- Mr. C. R. Stuart left at four and a half
o'clock yesterday afternoon lor tho east.
He will bo gone about two weeks and
return with a full line of notions and dry
Tho rise from tho Wabash, Cumber
land and Tennessee rivers reached Cairo
night beforo last und caused tho Ohio
river to crawl one foot and eight inches up
on our guage during the night.
Foit sale fiO empty vinegar barrels
at tho Sharp Corner grocery, corner Popular
and Eighteenth streets. Swoboda &
Notice is hereby given that the ball and
ralllo udvertised to come oir at Schools'
hall on the 24th instant, has been nostrum-
ed indefinitely. Notice of the day of hold
ing it will . R;VL,n through the papers in
duotinw. M . E. Powers.
-A telegram from Mr. J. J. Merry ex
cursion agent of Mississippi Central
railroad, at Now Orleans, dated February
10th, states that thero is no overflow what
ever, tho weather is flno ami tho streets,
bo tar irom Doing wet and muddy Bro uctu
Mr. R. Hebsacker, tho Eighth Btreot
baker and confectioner, has erected a largo
and elegaut Boda fotiutain in his bakery,
and will dispenso tho cooling draught to
his customers during the coming summer.
--Mr. John Seheels had a uico crowd of
pleasure-seekers at his (Washington) hall
last uight. It was the occasion of a ball
given by him in celebration of Mr. Wash
ington's birthday. Ho entertained his
guests handsomely with music, dancing
and elegant supper to which all did full
Rev. II. B. Thayer, who was, some
years ago, minister of tho Presbyterian
church in this city, is now stationed at
Bloomington, III. Mr. Thayer is a learned
man and a forcible speaker, who was well
liked by hiscongreation hero and who will
not lail to make himself felt among the
"sheep" as well as the "goats" of Bloom
The Irish Minstrel show camo off at
the atheneum last night. The young actors
wore greeted with a good crowd which ap
preciated their efforts. They performed
their parts well from beginning
to tho end and were applauded accordingly.
They deserved to succeed for they had
spent much time in preparing for tho en
tertainment. Here is what Vonnor says of the
weather during the closing week of this
month: "The last week will open with
brilliant, mild, spring-like weather, melt
ing the sncv. A few days before the close
of the month, high winds are likely to pre
vail, with gales around New York and
other points, and blustering weather in the
northern states. The last two days of Feb
ruary arc likely to be fair, with little snow
remaining on the ground."
"Illegal" comes out again in the last
issue of the News and finds fault with our
city clerk for not answering some questions
which he asked in a previous issue of the
same paper. "Illegal" must know that the
city clerk is being paid out of the funds of
the city to attend to the city's business only.
We are authnrzed to say, however, that ho
will willingly give "Illegal" any informa
tion at his command if ho ("Illegal") will
call upon him at the office.
General Mahonc, the Virginia senator
elect, has taken his scat upon
tho republican side of the senate.
Wo expected nothing else. lie was
under obligations to the republican party
for helping him and his gang of con
scienceless repudiators in the Virginia
state election and, as is well known, the
republicans always take pay tor service
performed and they always demand
either money for electioneering purposes,
The Presbyterian Ladies' Loan exhibi
tion opened last evening in grand style at
Hartman's hall. It seems that the affair
will succeed even beyond the expectations
of the most hopeful among them, for the
hall is filled with innumerable articles of a
curious antique and valuable nature.
Many visitors were there yesterday 'after
noon and evening. Tho programme, pub
lished in yesterday's Bulletin, was car
ried out to the delight of all present.
Another highly --interesting literary pro
gramme appears in another column this
morning, which will be carried out this
Quite a number of flags appeared in
different parts of tho city yesterday, in
respect of the birthday of George Wash
ington. Some of our business houses had
their fronts handsomely decorated
with small flags and several
had some waving from poles. But the
most magnificent display of this kind, was
the front of tho Rough and Ready fire
engine house, on Washington avenue. The
pi tcuro of George, adorned with ferns and
flowers, was placed over the large center
door and flags were stretched in the form
of scallops across the entire front of the
The Rough and Ready fire company
gave their usual Washington's birthday ball
last night. They had decorated the front
of their engine house handsomly with flags
and evergreens and the picture of
tho man whose birth they were
celebrating. Their hall was also nicely
furnished, the walls being covered with
fine pictures of (different kinds ami flags
and otherwise ornamented. There was a
large and a jolly and handsome crowd
nearly all night, all of whom participated
in the festivities and enjoyed themselves
hugely. The company certainly has reason
to feel flattered at their success.
The steamer Charles Morgan arrived at
our landing yesterday crowded with excur
sionists from all along the Ohio river from
Cincinnati down. They were principally
ladies and some really good looking ones,
too, wo know, for we claim to bo a fair
judge of feminine beauty. They were all
bound for New Orleans to attend tho
Mardi Gras turn out, but availed themselves
of the boat's landing here to tako a good
look at Cairo, by promenading
through our Htreets. They indulged
in numerous comments upon what
they saw, tho chief attraction to them
seeming to bo tho weather, which they alt
voted to bo perfectly delightful. A postal
card written by one of them, intended for
their friends at tho north and seen by one of
our citizens, stated that as they (tho ex
eursimiists) canto further south, tho snow
gradually disappeared and here, in Cairo,
it was entirely gonoand tho weather jiuat
like spring. But whilo the comments in
this respect wero favorable,
they wore tho revorso when our
streets becamothe topic of conversation.
Eighth street particularly was tho subject
of many very ugly as well as mirth pro
voking thrusts, but this cannot bo other
wise; we have uot tho least doubt, but that
the very ladies who pretended to be so
horror struck at tho little clots of dirt on
our crossings will wade through mud sever
al inches deep when at homo and never
wince, thinking that it must be so "in
cities, you know."
A dispatch from Officer Lcary, of Pa
ducah, Ky., reached Officer Schuckcrs
yesterday evening, which requested him
to arrest one Akers, a printer, who came
down on the steamer B. S. Rhea Monday
morning. The dispatch did not stato what
the fellow was wanted for. Officers
Schuckcrs and Dunkcr started out in search
of him and traced him to The Bulletin
office, whore he had been at work on Mon
day afternoon, but had left and
gono to work tor Engeno Ellis.
They followed the trail ho had thus made
and finally, last night, about nine o'clock,
they caught up with him on Ohio levee,
nearG. I). Williamson & Go's boat store,
and arrested him. While he was being
conducted to jail he confessed
that his name was John Henry
Akers, that ho stood charged
with robbery at Nashville, Tcnn., and that
he had been released on bond, and had
availed himself of his temporary freedom
to get away entirely. He will be held in
the city jail until called for by the proper
Judge I). J. Baker left for Mount Vernon
day before yesterday.
Mr. W. I). Moore and wife, of Clinton,
Ky., were in Cairo yesterday.
Mr. J. F. Singers, of Hodges Park, was
registered at the Planter's house yesterday.
Mrs. II. Leighton came down from Villa
Hidgo on a few days visit to her Cairo
Mr. J. M.Gibbs, of Mattoon, III., was in
the city yesterday, stopping at the Planters
Mr. Thomas Hails, ot Centralia, was
among the guests at the Planter's House
Mr. J. S. Morris and daughter, of Ulleo,
Illinois, were guests at the Hotel do Winter
Messrs. Win. Tippen and V. W. Con
Ion, of Essex, Missouri, were at the II itel
de Winter yesterday.
Dr. J. II. Bryant was called to Columbus,
Ky., yesterday alternoon on business of a
1 1 rof e ssi o n a 1 character.
Mr. I. N. Smith, of the firm of Cunning
ham & Smith, left by river for Commercial
Point yesterday evening.
Rev. J. W. Walder, some years the min
ister of the Methodist church here, was in
the city on visit to his friends yesterday.
Mr. E. P. Jackson, salesman of Mr. I leury
Breihan, returned from an extended tour of
of the south, in the interest of his house, yes
terdvy. The superintendent of the telephone ex
change, Mr. II. C. HufT, returned to Padu
cah, Kentucky, yesterday to perfect the sys
PATHS OF SIN.
PURSUED IIY A NUMREHOK MEN YKSTEKIMY
IN THE MANNER FOLLOWING I
Patrick Kelly and Tim Mitchell had
"tipped the rosy" several times too often,
and they wore arrested by the conservators
of peace mu taken before his
honor, Judge Olmsted, who fined
them each one dollar and costs
John. Murphy is a man ot more than
ordinary wisdom, lie was sick at the
stomach yesterday and the reason of it was,
he thought, that tho world kept moving
about under his feet in other words, it was
drunk. John ngrced with The Bulletin
in that it claimed that the street crossings
are too narrow, but he went further and
uttered imprecations against the city
council and the street committee lor
building the sidewalks too narrow also.
But the officers ascribed his woes to whisky
and took hint beforo Judge Olmsted who
fined him two dollars and costs and all
because John wasn't acrobat enough to
walk along our sidewalks without a balanc
Wm. Thomas was disorderly to such an
extent as to violate a city ordinance and ho
was arrested, tried by Judge Olmsted aud
fined five dollars and costs. '
TRAMP ROBBERS IN DONGOLA.
A CAKl) KUOM OUtt REOULAll COllltESrONU
ENT Wo received the following card from
Dongolu late last evening:
Donoola, Feb. 22d, 1881.
Two "tramps" entered tho house of G.
W. Pennington, near Dongola, on the 21st
instant, and finding no ono at homo but
Laura, daughter of Mr. Pennington, they
demanded the keys, but failing to get the
keyB, they proceednd to demolish drawers,
until they succeeded in obtaining 3!) dol
lars in money. Tho daughter fired two
pistol shots at them. Her undo immedi
ately repaired to the hoiiso and fired on
them again, but without effect. Tho
tramps aro at large, but men are in hot per
uit. Old Turn, i
PHOOKKMl IN TI1K WnrTCAMP MCKDEK TRIAL
The court room was crowded all day
yesterday with people of all classes sexes
colors and from all parts of the city and
surrounding country. Every seat was taken
and the side aisles wore filled nearly to the
doors. Complete silenco reigned among
tho audience, which was broken
but a few times during tho day. Every
body was listening intently to the ques
tions ot tho lawyers and thu answers ot the
George Kohl was again placed upon tho
witness stand in tho morning and cross
questioned for an hour or two, with regard
to his relations with Mrs. Whitcomp, but
the bulk of his testimony hail already been
given and ho was soon dismissed to
give place to others. Mr. and Mrs.
Schlanimer, who were neighbors of the
Whitcainps, were placed upon tho stand
and whose chief testimony was that whit h
corroborated Kohl's, when he said that Mrs
Whiteamp took her daughter, Caroline, am
left the premises in order to avoid being
present while the crime was being commit
ted. The Sclilammers testified that Mrs
Whiteamp ami her daughter were
at their house on tho fatal day
Henry Whiteamp, brother, and Fred
Whiteamp, the nephew of thu murdered
man, were then successively placed upon
the stand nnd their testimony was princi
pally confirmatory of that ot Kohl
They reiterated some of tho facts us
to the actions of Mrs. Whiteamp subsc
quent to the murder by which she sought
to clear herself of suspicion. Among other
things the fact she had offered money for
the recovery of her husband's IkmIv am
subsequently for the capture of Kohl.
N'ich. Williams was examined in the
afternoon and he told a very straightfor
ward story. He it was who elicited aeon
fession from Kohl and helped to unearth
the remains of deceased. He told how he
obtained a confession and where, and how
he, Sheriff Hodges and several others went
to the scene of the murder, am
told Mrs. Whiteamp of their mission an'
how she had tried to mislead them by tell
ing them that her husband was drownei
and offering to show them where ho foil
into the water, etc., and how afterwards
she had acted when the lumber was being
taken from her husband's grave, saying
that had she known that he
was buried there she would have
taken him out long ago; and
then, when the foot-print was discovered on
the grave, how her left slipper fitted it
exactly. But we have no room fur more
Court will open this morning with other
witnesses on the stand and, from present
appearances, we julge that the case will be
prolonged through the balance of the week
Ci.eah head and voice, easy breathing,
sweet breath, perfect smell, taste and hear
ing, no coiii'li, no distress. These are con
ditions brought about in Catarrh by the use
ot SanloM s judical Cure. Complete
treatment lor f 1.
I'ltOOItAMME Km THIS EVEN I NO,
1. Music, Intlaminatus Rossi bo
Mrs. Lansdcn and Chorus.
2. Reading from Shakespore
U. Music, Wedding March and Fairy
Miss Kids Corlis.
4. Tableau, Wooing of King V
5 -Music Sonir from ML'um
Miss M. Corlis.
C. Music, Invitation to dance Weber
Miss Emma James.
7. Tableau. Standing, Ceus-Juno Hcbo
8. Song Mrs. W. P. Halliday
Dinner will be served daily from 12 to 2
o'clock. Dinner tickets, including admis
sion, 50 cents.
REAL KSTATE MOVEMENT.
KKHKUAKY 22.M), 1881.
S. S. Taylor, et. ux. to Sarah J. Sproal,
8. w. deed, dated October 29th, 1880, lots
twenty-two, twenty-three, twenty-four.
twenty-five and twonty-Bix, block twenty,
four, city of Cairo. Consideration four
No KAMII.Y that Iihm nnv repnrd for
oomestic satety and comfort can nflord to
bo without Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup in tho
nouso. rnoe cents a bottle.
Leaf from a Diary.
Monday wont out and caught cold, Tucs
day acnes all over,
Wednesday heard of and tried Kclerfrir fill
Thurday felt all right. Mem. always keep
h supply on mum.
Let tho poor sufferer from female com
plaints take courage ami rejoice that a pain,
less remedy has been found. We refer to
Lydia K. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound.
It is prepared at 2:i:t w,.a.. ....-
Lynn, Mass. Send to Mrs. Pinkham lor
If atuan's kind to you, bo to him a kind
For Burely "ono good turn's deserving an
other," But if men aro ungrateful with wine nover
Nor fool like "niako feasts for wIho men to
If your body is ailing, don't wait till your
But take Spring Blossom ot once and you'll
not need a nurse.
Prices: $1., 50 cents, and trial bottles 10
pVinitENT-Room, rurtilnlied or urifiirnlNM,
with or without board, at rfanuimbJu rnte.
Apply lit llulk'tln building.
1fifiACHK FARM votl HALK ON EAHV
lUVTrm. Thu lund 1 ltuuled four iiiIIok
went of lludi'i' I'urk, 45acrol in cultivation. Kor
particular ajiply to Wm. IIOI.UKN.
1OK HALE OK EXCHANGE 1'OU ( AIJM)
propiirly. A ood farm of -J-Kl arn-N, lim uiuti-r
i : nl ll vn t ion. halam e In timber; aituati'il about 1,1
tnllii from Evannvllle. hid., H tulle from Nw
burf, ono mllu from Ohio Klver. 'Mwrn are thri'it
hoiicMH on tho fiirm. viable, three orehardu and
pluiily ot ifood water. Tim Newburu coal vein
riina beuoatU thl farm. If'or ternm, etc. hijiiIv iu
at Alexander Co. ilanic.
YOCUM tt IJUODEIilUK,
STAPLE and FANCY
Washington Avenuo, Cor.
CAIRO . .
LOOTS AM MKiKS
SHOE -MA K E R.
Atheneum Building foniinoK ml Av.
''-en only tho very llent Impnrvd Mm k h, , , m.
p'oy Hit) nioxt competent wolkmill.
IU(.KS KKASONAI1I.K and htactlou
STOVES AND TIN WAIiK.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Manufacturer of and Dealer in
TIN, COrpEH d: SIIEET-IRON WARE
ALL KINDS OP JOU WOHK DO.NK TO OltDER.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo, - . Illinois
NEW YORK STOIIK,
WHOELSALK AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN '1JIK CITY.
GOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE
C. O. PATIKK CO.,
Or, Nini-tiu-rith Mreet ) III
Commercial Avenue J I .fill Of 111.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oax Ltoads a Specialty.
C) V F I (J K :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
MILL AMI COMMISSION.
FLOCIt. GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Hlarbest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
C. W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling-
coiwuutly on inn a
At Seventy-five cents per loud.
Stavo T r i ni m i ji c: s
At one dollar jior load.
Thn " trim III I II en" b rn rnurnit ulinvlliun nliil tnnkn
the bent milliner wnnd fur cnnkliitr miriiiiHen HH Willi
M tho chi'Hjieitt. tivwr mild In Cairo. Kor lilHrlt
emtth'i line In nettinu tiren, thoy art) uiiemmllud.
LciYs your ordurs tt tho Tvntb itruut wood yard.