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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH
TIFE DAILY BULLETIN.
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SiTir't Stunal Cortm, U. H. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Noticed In thin roliiinn. Dvn cent per lln. i'''h
lnerllnn. i'dr mic iniiiilh, Wl ci'tilH per litu.
A good stork of paper, rxpn-ssly Cor
Ht'ktograpli use, lor silo lit Tim Bii.i.ktin
Desirable furnished rooms at reasonable
rates, Inquire of Mus. Stanhkhy,
Ti'iitli, near Walnut.
Fou sai.k .VI empty vinegar barrels
at the Sharp Coi ner grocery, coi ner Popular
nnd Eighteenth streets.
Swonum & SrtiLi.'i i;.
Mr. Fred Kochlcr, sncccsssnr to Kindlier
Brothers, proprietor of the Omit
Southern Illinois oleum sausage factory is
now prepared to furnish nny style f the
best quality of sausages in any tUantity
upon short noiicc. The reputation i t Mr.
Keohlcr's manufacture in this line extends
for hundreds ot mile around us it having
taken the premium at a number ot fairs as
tin; best in every respect. Mr. Kenhlcr is
also prepared to duplicate any figures, no
mutter from whence they may come.
A neat cottage, pleasantly situated; for
particulars, inquire of 1!. F. Bi.akk.
Oysters! Fish! (iaine!
Fresh oyster, fine and fat, for sale, by the
can or by the hundred! Hulk oysters re
ceived daily I pun Mobile, ami Baltimore
oysters received in cans, direct from the
packers, by every express. Fish of nil
kinds constantly on hand and always fresh.
The "Red Snapper," tint kins; among fish
and the delight of epicures, fresh from the
fruit". Semi your orders to the headquarters
for oysters and lish. corner Ohio Levee mid
Eighth street. Roiikht Hkwitt, Ag't.
MoiNTF.n and varnished limits of Cairo,
for sale, at Tiik Biu.ktin office.
Two house mvl four lots, writer Tenth
street and Jefferson avenue, will lie .sold
Beperately, or all together, as suit.s the pur
chaser. Title perfect. Apply to
Mus. Samiki. Fish Kit.
Washington avenue, between Ninth and
New Hil Hard Saloon.
Mr. Joseph Stcagala has taken possession
of the building formerly occupied by Mr.
Dan'l llartinan, on the corner of Sixth
st net mid Commercial avenue, and lias
established therein a billiard saloon ami
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 lie
wished for in a first-class establishment,
he has spaired no pains to make his place
dite ot the most attractive resorts in the city,
and invites all to come and see him.
The best of corned beef in nny quantity
desired can be had at Fred Keohlcr's sam
ple shop on Eighth street, between the
avenues. Otncr meats of the best quality
also always on hand. Cull upon Fred if
you want good meats.
At 1'at Fitzgerald's.
The oldest and purest imported brandies,
jiurterund other wines may Iv enjoyed at
the elegant sample and billiard rooms of
Mr. 1'at. Fitzgerald, tit the corner of Four
teenth and Commercial; ami horses fat and
fleet, with every variety of vehicles
from n luisS down to a
sulky, all in a first-class condition, as well
as saddles and riding regalin, may be hal
at the most reasonable ligurcson a moment's
notice at his "Horse Miinson". His plnecol
HUs'incM 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 Oents', Ladies'
ami Ohildrens' sewed and pegged lioo'.sand
Shoes, 1 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 in arrive soon. If
in want of anything in my line I would ad
vise you to call on ine before purchasing
elsewhere, as I will assure you good bar
gains. invite all to call and see for
themselves. C. Kocil.
No. !i() Coiniiieicial avenue between Fifth
nnd Sixth sin els. Cairo Ills.
I!iieklen Arnica. Salve.
'I he best salve in th world for cuts,
bruises, wires, tilsers, suit rheum, fever sores,
litter, chapped hands, ehillilains, corns, und
all kinds ot kk'ui eruptions. This salve is
guaranteed to giv,. ,.rf,., t satisfaction in
every case, or money refunded. I'rice ir
Cents per box. For sabt by C,K()i . )i'AUA
( Ol iill hYlUT.
Cow Taken Up.
Taken un a few days since, a red and
white inilcli cow, with white face. Owner
uiay have same ly applying Ht
Iamkh Ciiknfy'r Store.
(J EN Kit A L LOCAL ITEMS.
Nntlri'n in tlici"' r ii tit iit . leu ruil" per line,
ciirh IiikitI Mill. MitrKiMl
Meerschaum pipes and cigar-holders,
a large stock at F. Iforsineyer'.s.
A new crossing is being laid down
over Washington avenue on Cross street.
Meerschaum pipes and cigar holders, n
large stock at F. Koistneyrr's.
A street crossing over Commercial
avenue on N'cond street is very much need
ed. The present is .
Tlie grandest miiMpicradc ball of the
season will be tint of llie Mystic K'rew ou
MiM'di Oras day.
Mr. L. M. Donaldson, of Macon, III.,
is in thtt city, stopping at the, residence of
Mr. David Thistlewood.
Mr. Win Knu rs will give another free
concert at the jewelry store of Messrs.
Tuber Brothers tlii ; week.
Check books, I'ti ipt hooks, order
book?, etc., made to order on short notice
at Tiik IU'i.i.kti.n oilier.
A large cedar rail is expected down
here to day from Duck river, up the Ten
nessee, for Messrs. Lancaster it Kiee.
A lamp-post was yesterday erected in
front of Mr. Al. Su.s uika's saloon on Ohio
levee, between KiuhMi and Tenth streets.
The water over the track of the Cairo
St. Louis railro.id has fallen about a
foot and a half, and is still on the decline
Hartinan's hall will be, handsomely
decorated by the boys of the Mystic Krew
on the lirst of March for their grand mas
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lent-., of Padti
cah, Ky., arrived in town yesterday, and
will remain a few days on a visit to Mr. and
Mrs. K. C. Ford.
Fine music and elegant costumes w
be tlie chief attractions at the K. M. Iv. C.
masquerade ball to be given on the Hint of
March at llartinanVhall.
- Captain W. P. llalli lay sent several
teams of mules down to his plantation in
Arkansas to be worked in prepaiiug the
ground and putting in a crop of cotton and
Mr. Charles Kdicker has already pur
chased the lumber to be used in building
Ins house near the Union depot, and will
have tho work ot building begin im
A lamp post has been placed at the.
corner of Eighth street and Commercial
avenue to shed a guiding light upon that
ba) crossing for the benefit of the be
-The high sidewalk on Ohio luvco be
tween Twelfth and Fourteenth streets is in
very bad condition, and if not soon repaired
may be the cause of some accident. It
The preparations for the Mystic Kiew's
Mardi GraH masquerade ball surpass any
that have gone before and those who fail to
attend will miss the greatest opportunity
for pleasure they ever had.
Mr. J. Stelt.cr, the florist, is making
preparations to build a new green house,
the one he now has, though a large one,
being inadequate to meet the demands of
his growing business in the way of early
lid.OOO envelopes just received and for
sale at Tiik 1!i i.i.kiin oflice. printing in
cluded, at prices ranging from $'2 00 to
f 1 00 per thousand. A good, nil rag X
Amber and white envelope, job lot, only
$2.50 per thousand.
Mr. Davidson, uncle of Mr. Win M.
Davidson, the Eight street tinner, has the
agency for one of the completest wmks of
the kind we ever saw. It is Cray's Atlas
of the world, finely bound in morocco
leather and contains valuable information
upon a variety of subjects.
- Jack Sullivan and Lilly 1 'age were
yesterday brought before Judge Olmsted
mi the charge nt fighting. They had fought
a bear handed duel, so to speak, and were
therefore not very badly bruised, though
their intentions to do so were good enough.
The judge fined them each five dollars and
costs. Hilly paid, but Jack went to the
Tickets for the grand masquerade ball
of the Mystic Krew, to be given on Mardi
Oras day at Hurtman's hall, can be had at
tho following places: Geo. E. O'Hara's
drug store; Frank Healy's drug store; Dan
Hartinan's queens ware store; 1'hil II.
Saup's confectionery; Tuber Brother's
jewidry store; E. A. Huder's jewelry store,
and Paul II. Schuli's tobacco store
Tho people ol Quincy, Illinois, are a
littlo alarmed at the rumor of the appear
ancu of small pox within their midst. The
rumor, after investigation, proved to be
without foundation yet the board of school
directors has decided that none but vac
cinated children shall attend the public
w ,ioi.1h. Cairo is as yet entirely lre I nun
even ho nnieh as a whisper about small pox.
"Ir. Thomas Clark, the negro who has
figured so lnt,K ftll(t H0 prominently in our
courts of lutein Mlit with Mr, Join
McNulty, who wanted ,HH(,BI,ion f u,0
ttrttnnrtvr Lit it 'limU v ...
,.,..,.v .... (v.e.,11, wuH occupying as a
saloon, at last concluded to nvnrender tho
property and moved out of it yesterday.
He bus rented a house from h'm namesake,
Dr. Clark, in the Clark block near tho
corner of Fourteenth street and Ohio levee,
intu which he moved all his "contraptions"
and where he will open out in full blast
to morrow or the day after.
Miss Adelaide Zatione and Mr. August
Cniesta were united in marriage at St. Pat
rick's Catholic church on Sunday forenoon,
by Father Masterson. The church was
crowded with friends of the young couple,
who wished them a happy life journey in
their new slide. They will take up their
residence in the city.
The tree trimming time has now ar
rived. All trees should be shorn of their
superlliious branches, in order that the oth
ers may grow more vigorously and tho tree
assume a symmetrical form. We notice
that some of the trees in the city have al
ready undergone this treatment, ami some
of them look something like hi'go egg
beaters stin k in the ground handle down
wards. --Yesterday afternoon between two and
three o'clock the freight tr..in, going north
on the Chicago, St. Louis it Is'ew Orleans
railroad, ran over and killed a white man
that was quietly of walking along the track
between here and Hardwell station. The
name of the man we could not learn, but
the supposition is that he was a farmer of
the neighborhood, bound for Hardwell, and
that his hearing was not perfect.
Mr. L. S. Marshall, the up-town under
taker, has purchased the property of Mr.
C. IJ. Howell on the corner of Thirty-fourth
and Sycamore streets. He is Laving a new
kitchen built to it and other improvements
made internally and externally with the
intention of occupying it as a residence
when it is finished. It is his intention also
to go into bet; culture, being well versed in
all that pertains to that art. May he be emi
nently successful in his new undertaking.
The Ueforni club will probably hold
its meetings every night next week, in or
der to infuse new life into the organization,
a thing which, to judge from the wmk the
adies of the club have done of late, seems
hardly necessary. lint however active the
club may have been or be, it is certain that
Col. Lowry, who will be here for next Fri
day, can increase it greatly; for he never
fails to make an impression upon his hear
ers and excite them to more vigorous action.
Friday or Saturday of last week the
county of Alexander, but more particularly
the precinct of Elco, lost one of its oldest
inhabitants in the person of Mr. John
Hurston. He was one of the first settlers in the
county, being known by some of our citi
zens who have lived here forty years, to
have come here a number ot years before
they did. The old man was well and favor
ably known in Cairo, and his death, though
it occurred at a good old age, will be re
gretted by many.
Thomas Strattun, a colored farmer, up
in Alexander county, was the first to come
to town yesterday since the water cut Cairo
oil' from the country above. He came
through with his team without any dif
ficulty, and it is now a question of but a
little time when our streets will again be
crowded with teams and our stores with
country purchasers. The roads in Ken
tucky and Missouri are reported to be
improving, which gives additional force to
the above statement.
The people of the Mount Vernon
judicial circuit itre dissatisfied because
Judge Drowning failed to open court there
at the time set for that purpose. They do
not, however attach any blame to the Judge
himself, and in this they are right. The
Judge has had his hands lull here and
though he has done all in his power to get
through in time to open court nt Mount
Vernon on the day set by the new arrange
ment, he has not been able to do so. The
White amp case was the great clog upon
the court wheels here, being prolonged be
yond the time it was expected that it
- Yesterday, about noon, the frame
building on the Missouri shore, opposite
this city, which was occupied for some
years by Mr. Phil Hysey as a general store,
but iimre recently only by a family who
lived upstairs, caught fire from a defective
Hue and burned entirely down. The fire
was seen by many people here and created
some alarm, but there were no other houses
nenr by, and hence only that one was swept
away. The house was the property of Mrs.
Greenfield, who has been living here for
some time and was worth about six hun
dred dollurs. Everything in it,wc under
stand, was also consumed.
On Sunday night the dry goods store
of Messrs. (ioldstine it Kosenwater was
burglarized I y one or more rascals who
were in search of money only, it seems, for,
so far as is known, they took nothing else,
although they iniuht have taken many
little articles that would never be missed
by the clerks or proprietors. They tried
to open the safe with the key, which they
found in the money drawer, together with a
little change, but di 1 not succeed in doing
so. They broke; open all the desk drawers
they could see, but iu vain, for none of
them contained either money or other
valuables that they seemed to care for.
The Whitcamp trial is ended, the ver
dict rendered and the defendant is a pris
oner no more. She has gone through a ter
rible ordeal, which does not, however, hccih
to have affected her very much; for she looks
as healthy and as robust as ever sho did.
As was stated in Sunday's I!i;u,r;TtN, the
case was given to the jury ut ten o'clx:k
Saturday ulght and they returned a verdict
of not guilty at four o'clock Sunday morn
ing. The court convened on Sunday to re
ceivo the verdict (the law permits this to
be done) and the prisoner whs released im
mediately after, Wo firmly believe that
with theevideiice nnd tho law given them
they could not have done otherwise, and
flint they rendered a verdict in accordance
with the dictates of their consciences. But
that said verdict gives genernl satisfaction
to the people of the city, we are not pro
pared to say,
The steamer Grafton, belonging to the
St. Bernard Coal Company, camo down
the Ohio river Sunday with a barge loaded
with eleven thousand bushels of coal for
the steamer A. J. Baker, lying at our
wharf. When she got to a point a little
above Grand Chain she was wind bound
and remained there from Sunday eveuin;
until last night, when it was concluded that
she could make it for her destination. But
she had barely gotten out into the river
when the barge was caught by the wind
and entirely demolished, some
of the heavy timbers shooting down
into the water and coining up under the
boat, which caused her to tremble violently
and nearly turned her over, but did her no
serious damage. The barge and coal arc
of course, a total loss to the company. The
boat arrived here late last night.
A largo crowd greeted the Mystic
Krew at the atheneuin last night to witness
their minstrel performance, which was in
every respect equal to any ever given in
this city and did great credit to the Krew
as a whole and to every member who par
ticipated in the performance. The music
was excellent, the humor original and ir
resist able and the rest of
the acting entirely up to the expecta
tions ot nil present. f-.very seat
up stairs and down stairs was occupied by
some of our best peophs and to judge from
the manner in which they received each hit
and each act, they must all liav been well
pleased. The hoys cannot help but be
satisfied with the result of their efforts. The
programme was as long as they ordinarily
are and it was led until after elevi n o'cloi k
that the audience was dismissed with a
hearty laugh that must hive lasted
many of Ihetii till they reached home.
The candidates for mayor seem to be
scarce this time or else those who have de
cided in th"ir minds to become martyrs of
public opinion, have kept theinnvn coun
sel. But we have, nevertheless, in our daily
rounds, heard some faint rumors as to who
would be bold enough to announce himself
first, and also as to who ought to be urged
for the position. At the head of the latter
class the class that is and ought to be
urged tor the mayoralitv by their many
friends, we find the name of Mr. M. J.
Buckley, and after that come the nanus ot
our friends, James Summerwyl!, the man
who Ins lost all faith in juries, and Ben.
Lynch, the man who his lost all faith iu
good whiskey, and Val. Hcseh, the man
who has lost faith in all mankind. Either
of these gentlemen would undoubtedly be
elected by overwhelming majorities, for
the people have unbounded faith in each
and every one of them, and would only be
too proud to be given the opportunity of
showing their appreciation of them. It is
hoped by maiif that either or all these gen
tlemen may be prevailed upon to make the
The prisoners in the county jail are
stiU'ering very much from idleness and a
lack of entertainment of any kind. They
are enclo.-eil by twos and threes in small
cells with bare stom; walls, stone floor,
iron door and barred window, which admits
two or three rays of sunlight --one ray for
each prisoner. The chief furniture of the
room ( ?) is a bedstead and bad air and the
sum total ol their employment after having
exchanged a few words with one another,
consists in looking at the walls or at the
iron door or the barred window, or lying
upon the bed contemplating their dark
fate. These men are probably guilty, but
they have not yet been proven to be so;
hence it is possible that some of them are
suffering innocently, and these deserve to
be pitied. But, since we do not as yet know
who are and who are not guilty, and since
pitty is cheap, we would ask our readers to
pitly theiu alia little and seek to break the
monotony of their lives, by sending to the
jailer, for distribution among the prisoners,
a few periodicals, which are of no more
use to them. Such kindness would be ap
preciated by tho poor wretches, and might
have a tendency, if the literature be of the
right kind, to work a change for the better
in a sinful career. The ladies of the Tem
perance club -Mrs. Wooil Kittenhouso
and ol hers -took the first step
in this direction nnd nearly ever
body can follow their good example; for it
does not require an outlay of money and
but little effort and it can' do no harm, yet
it may be a cause of much good.
A TKIiltlllLE MYSTMIIV.
Some time during Sunday night, or, per
haps, it was Sunday evening, or it may
have been before that, another Inmp of bfo
was extinguished -the numberof animated
existences in this city was lessoned by one
in a manner that bailies tho ingenuity
even of the officers of the lnw, the coroner
and the undertaker. It is one of those
cases where tho contest between the un-'cls
of life and death is neither seen nor heard
by mortal eye or car, und where the latter
enjoys the results of his victory in a shroud
of dark uncertainty, laughing, perhaps, nt
tho pale, troubled faces of th0 children of
men, bending In horror over tho ghastly
I new hint' in Kim k Ihe Imuiail uiel iml complete a-Horl men I of then ;wuilri ever tutidleci in tliu
city Muke H iieciiillv of tlie lelelirati'il
C II A M riON T U U S K,
Which in Urn Bi d, halenf nnd EimicMt e vt!r4in at n ftieni reil. ami now ued exclunlvuly in tliu (invenimciit
-HMST IIAKD KUHHNIl ' TItUSSKS. 8l.."S0...
Olber denier" ui-k uil $i .7),
i'liees Always flic Lowest.
remains of his victim. Profound, impene
trable mystery Kin-rounds this latest
tragedy. It may have been cold-blooded
murder, or deliberate suicide, or it may
have been an accident, which none could
foiesee and none could prevent. It may
have I u cither of these things that rent
nssiinder the delicale thread that holds
prisoner within the form of clay that
mysterious something called lite; but the
cold form lying in the gutter of the
street gives no response to the anxious,
questioning looks of the crowd gathered
around it; it is silent to all whispered in
quiries; it lays there, still and stark, the
mute evidence of some awful, unexplained
and uncilainable, shocking event. But,
to the tacts: yesterday morning as the first
lavs of sunlight shot over the distant hori
zon a, id played among the church spires
and house tops of the city, the business men
ill their carriages and laborcis with their
dinner buckets and ch-iks with their store
ki ys, were hutrying down Poplar street to
their respective places of employment, and
as tley neai'd the poii.t where
Nini ti eiiih street crosses Poplar, thev
lieeame con, 'ions of a peculiar scent in the
atmosphere, nhii h grew stronger rs they
approached nearer a certain spot and van
ished alter they had passed on. But soon
others, who were no' in such a great hurry,
stopped to in vi -tiga'e, and found that the
unplea.-aiit mor pim-redcd from the inani-
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in to- i Illinois i ' i i '.im e 11,10 oeing. I I icy j
stood and gard ; p t--erdiy te-rccived then
ti'.iiibled looks and stopped al-o; the crowd j
gri-A- until the shh walk was blockaded and
poipii: vvne coinpi iieij to step, ror a
tine-it wis a tableau that would have
ause I even the chronic disturbers of
the last tiieatie act to become
riveted to the spot. None spoke
at first; bar and horror and anxiety and in-
q'.ny was ilepicatnl upon every pale
countenance; but hnally some out ventured
to whisper, "what's the matter," and in a
hollow tone the answer came "dead."
I'll'! man, iv ho had tu h-ly disturbed the
spell by his bold question pushed through
the throng; he was the eoronr, nnd the
undertaker, with Ids tape line, followed
close at his heels. They reached the spot
where lay tie- tau.-e of all this disturbance
und found ye pillars of Jeiualem a
carcase, swi ie I out of all proportions aud
hardly to be r cognized as the once beauti
ful form of Mrs. McFlaherty's hog.
But that's what it was and
It Is there yet, Ulldlsturlieii
by the loud voices of passcrs-hy, which jar
like a discord in some mournful strtin
11 1 ion the eats of all the little orphan hogs;
nor yet by the city's health officer, w ho is
no more, having succiinied some time ago
to official 'Heeapitation ; iior yet by the
city undertaker, w ith Ids mule anil dray,
who never transforms his vehicle into a
learse mid a ts in the combined capacities
of driver, s( 1)ni fimetal procession nnd
priest, 1 xcept his eye catch the blink ot a
silver quarter or half-dollar. But he will
not remain theie always. The worms of
the earth and the birds of the air are more
kindly disposed toward him than is inhu
man man and ere long naught will remain
of the unfortunate hog, but a few Imries to
tell the sad stoty of what once was but is
.Mr. Mai ion Wright was iu Cairo yester-
Mr. C. ('. Harp, of Mdburn, Ky., was in
Mr. Abe Hover, of Metropolis, Ills., was
at the Planter's House yesterday.
Mr. Phillip Ilciiiis, who has been sick for
some time, is able to be out again.
Mr. ('. W. McKinney, a miller of Mil-
bum, Kentucky, was in town yesterday.
Mr. (!. M .Ahlen has been ill with a
throat disease fur about a week, but is now
.ludge Browning left for Mount Vernon
Sunday evening, where he probably opened
The Chiel Engineer of the Molile it
Ohio railroad, Mr. Spiller, arrived in the
city with bis family on Sunday.
Hon. F. K. Albright h ft for his home
yesterday morning to take a few days rest
after his incessant work in the Whitcamp
Mr. John A. (Ircenhoe, of Mount Vernon,
llls.,and .1 H. Mulcahcy of Commei
cial Point Ills., were iu the city on busi
The names of If. A. Killer, of St. Louis,
Mo., and J. It. Hobbs and II. C. Flake, of
tho Illinois Central railroad, were upon
the register of the Planter's House yester
day. Among the guests at the Hotel Do W'"
ter were Jacob Wheeler, of Sprinfe'H'-'l,, Illi
nois, and Thomas U. Dugan, J. & will8
and Benjamin O. Jones, of Metropolis, Illi
nois. Captain Fred Miller, Mr. & It. Wood
ward and Miss Jnnlo Oash
went to New Orleans yesterday
morning, by the Chicago, St. Lotus & New
Orleans train. They will witness the Mardi
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Dealer. in --
V:ishinLrlrM Avenue, (.'or.
HOOTS AM) Mini-s
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1'AssH ION A Jll.l :
SHOE-MA K E .
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S IHVES AM) TIN WAIiK.
ALL SORTS, SIZKS AND STYLUS,
Manufacturer o and Jtenler in
TIX, (.'OPPKK i SHKKT-1 BON WAKE
AM. KINlis OK .101! WollK DUSK TO OltDER.
N. i.'i KK.HTH STHKKT,
Cairo, - - Illinois
XKW YORK STOIIK,
WHOKLSALK AN J) KKTAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK Cl'fY.
(iOOI)S SOU) YEIIY CLOSE
C. O. PAT IKK tSc CO..
Cur. Nineteenth Html 1 'l!w 111
IntniniTciiil A veiitie I illlW, ill.
PROPKILTOIt OF SPBOAT'S PATENT
Wholesale) Dealer in Jco.
ICK BY THK CAK LOA D OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Cat' liOjidrt ti Speoialtv.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
Qt V. WIIKELEIl,
Summer Wood and Kindling
ccitinuntly on hntm
At Seven! )'-ilv(j cents per load.
S 1 11 v o Trimmings
At ntit! dollar per load.
Tim "trlriinlnfi"Brn rnikroii ulisvim; nnd mnko
tho hunt KiiininiT w ood Tor couklnu purnoKvnnH wull
tho cIcupi'M over sold In t'ttlrn. Kor hlsrk
mlth's iihv In ncttlnK tlri'D, tlmy nru muitiHllud.
I.eavo viinr unlem t tliu Tuntli etruut wood yard,