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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 4, 1S81.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Oitle: Hnllrtln Bnildlu2. Wiuiiinston Avnoe
IKTKHKD AT TllK fonr OFHIC IN CAIKO, II.
I.INOIH, Art HKCONO CUHS MATTEH.
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SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Nolitt'K In column, flvn renin per Hi"?. I'X'h
I D'rrttiill. I'nr one nioiilli, Ml renin mt lin.
"Km tjImiiI.v Cliee c It."
The largest mid l"'t vmii'h nl' clii'i.st!
ever linnjg'lit to tins city at any tmi" is now
ou mile at the saloon of Mr. John Kxclilcr,
on Kiglitli strfi'l. Lovers of Swcitzei
chcesc or I.iiiil'iirpT cliecse, llili
land cheese, or l'liiladcliilii.i hand cheese
should not tVil to rail on Mr. Kocli
Icr. Tlw Highland cheese in par
ticular is tin" finest in tin' city, tin: fust flint
has ever Ix-i'ii here, iinl can only In: liaJ
from John Koehler. The lust of heer and
other liquors nlwiys on tap.
The must popular and elegant toie-oiial
establishment in tin; city is that of Win.
Alha, near the conn r of Sixth street and
Commercial avenue. Tin' most complete
outfit can be I'mind thiTi', and none luit the
best artists in that Inn of industry an' em
ployed there. Persons 'vision"; a lirst class
hair-cut, shave or shainpoon should call at
the parlor of Win. Alba.
Horse ('lolliitil' lor Sale.
An improved English saddle and bridles,
and one winter and one summer horse
blanket, all quite new, can be hoiieht at a
bargain from J. V. Evcrly, assistant siioial
service officer. Apply at the otliee in Cus
A good Shu k of paper, expressly for
Hektogniph use, for sale at Tun lit i.i.khn
A neat cottage, pleasantly situateil;
particulars, impure of
U. V. Hi. A K K.
Oyster! Fisli! Game!
Fresh oyster, fine and fat, for sale, by the
can or by the' hundred! Hulk oysters re
ceived daily from Mobile, and Baltimore
oyster received in cans, direct trom the
packers, by every express. Fish of all
kinds constantly on hand and always fresh.
The "Red Snapper," the king among fish
and the delight of epicures, fresh from the
gulf. Send your orders to the headquarter
foroysters and fish, corner Ohio J..vei and
Eighth street. Koiikkt IIkwitt, Ag't.
Mountkd and varnished maps of Cairo,
for sale, at Tiik Jlcu.h'HN office.
Two houses and four lols, corner Tenth
street and Jell'i;;son avenue, will he sold
seperately, or all togelher, as suits the pur
chaser. Title perfect. Apply to
Mas, Sa.mi i;i, Fisiikh.
Washington avenue, between Ninth and
The best of corned beef in any quantity
desired can 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 KitgeraltlV.
The oldest ami purest imported bra'idic s,
porter and other wines may lie enjoyed at
the elegant sample and billiard rooms nf
Mr. Put. Fitzgerald, at the corner of Four
teenth and Commercial; ami horses fat and
fleet, with every variety of vehicles
from a buss down to a
sulky, all in a first-class condition, us well
us saddles and riding regalia, may be had
at the most reasonable figureson a moment's
uotir.e at his "Horse Manson". Mis pl.uenf
ausiness is in connection with the telephone
hnd all orders received thereby will receive
Closing- Out, limits ami Shoes.
Haying a very large stock of w inter
goods on hand consisting of dents', lidi"s'
and Childrens sewcii ami pegged boot and
Wioes, I have determined to close it out at
prices that defy competition, in order to
make room lor an immense stock o spring
goods which will begin .o arrive soon. If
in want of anyihing in my line I would ad
vise you to call on me before purchasing
elsewhere, as J will assure you good bar
gains. I invite all r to call ami set; for
themselves. C. Koch.
No. 1)0 Commercial avenue between Fifth
nnd Sixth streets. Cairo Ills,
Uucklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, niseis, salt rheum, lever sores,
etter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds of skin eruptions. This salve is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
every case or money refunded. Price, 25
cents per box. For sale by Uko. E. O'Haka
All persons, owing taxes ou real estate or
personal property, will take notice that I
will be found in my office from 8 o'clock
a. in. to 5 o'clock p. in., for the purpose of
receiving the same. There is money saved
by paying taxes at once. Call and see.
Sherilf and Collector.
Caiko, III., March:!, 11.
Farm fr Sale
700 acres of bind in Johnson county, III.
one mile west of IHknap on the C. & V. It
It.; about MOO acres in a line stale of cul
tivation; lias good buildings, line spring
water, unli, nnd cisterns. Price $10.00 per
acre, cash. M. J. Howmcv,
Real Estate Agent.
A fine Square (irand Piano, new, am'
warranted. Can be sold vi-rv low for cash
or on installments. Cull at E. I). Coming's
bookstore, corner Kigbtli street and Com
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
N'ntici-n in Kin"' r .: oiii i ik . n-n niiin per line,
eiirli insertion. Mr;ml
rhePaducah li li nliotie. exchange lias
now fitly subsctib'T-.
Meerschaum pipes and cigar-holders,
a large stock at F. Korsmever's.
A snow storm is predicted for this part
of tl.e country by Prof. Wnnor on the Sth
Col. Keardeu mnved into his new resi
dence on Fifteenth direct between Cedar
and Locust htrecb. yeteid iy.
Lovers of fancy chce.-e are respectfully
requested to read J"hn Keohler's adver
tisement in our special local column.
Meerschaum pipes ami cigar holders, a
large stock at F. Koismevei 's.
Win. Alba, the fashionable barber,
speaks to the people of Cairo through the
special local column of Tiik Hi'i.i.ktin.
Men are still at work on tin; Missis
sippi levee tilling in, where it is needed
and making it as strong as circumstances
If you want aline farm cheap for cash,
study our special local column, and then go
fo M.J. I lowly in Winter's P.lock. He has
just what you want.
Check books, pceipt books, order
hooks, etc., made to order on short notice
at Tiik Huli.ktin otliee.
Pyatt is hiniselt again. We dropped
in on him in rear nl Fills' job otliee ami
found him getting the machinery of the
new bindery in running order.
Mr. Floto's Cue writing-desk will be
rallied olf to morrow ; tin manner of raf-
tling decided upon is by shooting at a re
volving shield, which cannot be but fair to
A Mrs. Younger living in Craves
County, Kentucky, about seventeen miles
from Paducah, hung herself a day or two
ago, alter having quarreled with her bus
baud. Mr. fieorge W. Chellett will occupy the
house on the west side of Washington ave
nue, between Seventh and Eighth streets,
belonging to Mr. W. F. ltussell, anil yes
terday vacated by Col. Rcardeu.
The work of removing some of the
surplus mud from the Ohio levee sidewalk
and using it in repairing some of the cr ss
streets goes forward with vigor, and al
ready the levee is assuming a greatly im
Considerable excitement prevails in
Metropolis, Ills, because of the death of a
number of prominent citizens of the place.
Not less than seven have died within the
last week. The disease is pronounced to
be spinal meningitis.
The ladies ol the Presbyterian church
desire to return thanks to the merchants
who kindly loaned tin' i tises in which the
articles on exhibition were placed, and to
all others who rendered th-iu assistance
during the week of the Loan exhibition.
-Mr. W. F. Cherry has already laid the
sills andjoists for Charles Kdicker's new two
story frame building on the coiner of Second
street and Commercial avenue. It is about
twenty-live by fony feet in si.c, and will
be quite a good looking structure when fin
ished. The P.ostoii Lancers ami Charlcstown
Guards returned by special train from New
Orleans arriving here yesterday afternoon.
A number o them took possession of sev
eral of our saloons and restaurants while
the train wan waiting for a short time to
allow another train to eonie in.
The street lamps that are in perfect
condition have been lighted every night
this week. Mr. (ieroiild has several men
at work everyday putting up more posts
and lamps, which leaves no doubt but
that our city will have plenty of light be
fore the month passes.
- Mr. J. E. Parke, ihe cooper, bought
fifteen thousand hoop-poles within the last
two days, and expects to buy about one
hundred and filly thousand more. He has
about tlvc thousand flour barrels on hand,
of which ho shipped two thousand (We hun
dred to Memphis, Tennessee, yesterday.
-Instead of complying with tie ordi
nance, which requires that a Hag-man shall
he stationed on the various railroad truck h
in the city at certain street crossings, the
companies have adopted the prnctiise of
stopping the trains m the points desig
nated and sending a mn nut nir,j to
sec that all is well. At night a man with a
lantern is sent out to give warning of the
approach of a train. This saves the com
panies the expense of keeping men ron
stautly employed to stand at. the crossings
and give warnings, and also improves upon
(he requirements of the ordinance in so far
as the train is actually stopped and thus
any collision with vehicles or persons much
more surely avoided.
President-elect (larlield called at tin.
white house Tuesday just to see it the resi
deuce he thought ol taking for the next
four years, would suit him. Ho was en
tirely satisfied with the rent, the repairs
and the view from the back windows and
will move in without further consultation
with the agent.
--About twelve o'clock night before last
the north bound freight train on the Illinois
Central railroad, ran olf the track just be
low Carbondale and was considerably danr
aged. Four cars were thrown promis
cuously oil' the track in all directions, am:
were all more or less wrecked ; but no loss
of life or limb occurred. This caused the
passenger train, w hich was due here yester
day morning, to be three or four hours late
(tilth" says: I saw Could ami his
children at the theater last niuht. He was
as attentive to the play as a little child.
His daughter was dressed without a parti
cle of reference to fashion or style, and
looked like a plain girl who had just conn
out of school in In r school clothing. lb
had two rather big-headed sons of the saint
d irk complexion as his own, but without
the liner lines in his head and jaws. Coiild's
profile is strong and worth studying.
The people's representatives at Spring
field have been looking forward with much
pleasure to to-day, for the great Sarah
lieruhardt is there and will present to them
the popular French draina.'"Camille." Tin
wives and daughters of the senators nnd
representatives have all arrived, and after
Sara's departure on Saturday or Monday
there wiil be a grand reception at the
Leland hotel at which Covcrnor Culloin
and wife will figure most prominently.
At the meeting of the Knights of Hon
or held in their hall night before last sev
eral new members were initiated among
whom was Mr. Ed. Dezonia, our city treas
urer and teller of the City National bank.
Hoii.T. W. Halliday was present, and in
remarking upon Ed.'s initiation, said that
he had simply changed from nn ''Honor ol
the Night" to a "Knight of Honor." The
pun was hugely enjoyed by the knowing
- H. Jefferson, a negro, was yesterday
brought before Judge Olmsted charged
with selling liquor without license at a ne
gro masquerade ball recently held in this
city, l.ut the judge found that the charge
was brought out of malice and not suffi
ciently sustained by the evidence. Hen
ry admitted having a few bottles of wine
at his stand on the, occasion but claimed
that he gave it away to his friends, and the
judge, alter carefully weighing all the evi
dence in tin; case, discharged him.
- The City National bank of this city,
following tin; example of many of the
eastern banks, has withdrawn half of its
ninety thousand dollars government bonds
from the United States treasury, which will
cause the calling in of forty-five thousand
dollars of its own currency uow in circula
tion and a consequent shrinkage of the
circulating medium of the country, in the
the same amount. This process is being
resorted to by the banks of the country m
ordei to prevent the passage or enforcement
of the new funding bill.
-- If there is to be a norginization of
the senate, it will of course be when that
body meets at the call of President Carfield
toaet upon cabinet and other nominations,
which he may send in. There being thirty
seven republicans and thirty-seven demo
crats in n full senate, and Senator Davis in
tending to vote against reorganization, it is
evident, that Senator Carpenter's death
makes a partizan reorganization impossible.
I lis successor cannot be legally chosen in
tune to take part in the early proceedings
of Ihe called session. The senate must
therefore remain demociatic.
-Who can tell what has become of the
old military bounty land warrants? There
is outstanding m arly twenty-five thousand
of U10, 120. 80 and -ID acres, each which
were issued to soldiers or their heirs for
services rendered in the Revolutionary war,
Florida war, 18I'J wat, Mexican war, Aros
took war, and Indian wais. They amount
in the aggregate to over two million and
five hundred thousand acres. They must
be among the old papers left by your
grandfather, your father or your mother,
and not thought to be of value. Let the
reader of this article see if he or she cannot
find one or more of them; when found,
write to Charles I). Cilmore, of Washington
city, I). C, '.'!) F street, and you will be
informed what to do to make it available to
The regular meeting of the Woman's
Christian Temperance Union was held in
Reform hall yesterday afternoon. The.
ladies manifested their undying interest in
the organization by a good attendance.
They seemed all to be engaged with heart
and hand in the work of furthering tho
object adopted by them, nnd were quite
enthusiastic in tho transaction of tho busi
ness before the:n. The meeting was opened
by the usual devotional exercises, which
were conducted by Mrs. Hargent. Tho
other exercises were of a varied character
and quite entertaining. The most important
business transacted was tho appoint
ment of a committer, consisting of Mrs.
Kent ami Mrs. Junes, to visit the several
jails in the city and distribute tracts and
rending matter generally. Another com
mittee, consisting of Mrs. Fred. Smith nud
Mrs. Jones was appointed to visit the sever::
trains and railroad depots to scatter tern
peraiice literature there for the benefit o
the traveling public. The subject of a
'coffee-house" was also discussed at soini
length, but no conclusion was arrived lit
I ho meeting was adjourned until next
-The obelisk was dedicated on Wash
ington's birthday in New York city, ami
the park policemen on duty in its vicinity
have been driven crazy by the thousands
who ask daily what it means. "Is it a
needle?" "Did Cleopatra make it?" "And
who was she, anyhow?" "And where's the
eye?" "Say mister, "is that the pillar that
Lot's wife turned into;" "Did Vandcrbilt
get it from Sodom and Gomonah ?" "How
awfully it got scratched-just see." "Is
that Creek, sir?" "It looks like a circus
advertisinent." So it goes nil day long
ami half of the visitors can get no clear idea
as to what it moans, and they go away
calling it very ugly and wondering how a
sharp man like Vandcrbilt could give so
much money lor an old blackened stone,
when he might have had n new one for a
tenth of the money.
-The street committee met in the council
chamber about half past four o'clock yester
day afternoon, with the object of transact
ing some business ot importance refer! ed lo
it by the city council. The most important
was the consideration of tbe plan for a
street pavement, submitted by City Engi
ncer Charles Thrupp. lis chief objection
to said plan was its cxpensivenc.ss, and after
some deliberation, it was decided to adopt a
plan similar to it but less costly and recom
mend it to the council at its next meeting
this plan is to hegin with a pavement ol
large, rough rock, set on edge, as the first
layer; spread over this a layer of fmall
rock and finish it olf with a layer of gr ivi
This pavement is to be twelve inches thick
all over, instead of twelve inches ut tin
sides and fifteen at the crown, as was sp'-c-ilied
in Mr.Tliiupp's plan, nnd it is thought
by some members of the committee, w
cost much less.
-The inaiinc ho.-piial here is a great) r
institution than most people have any idea
of, and it is one of the most popularities
pitals of its kind with river men. The
New Orleans and Memphis hospitals ate
not favorably thought of; nor is the St.
Louis hospital. The reason for this it is
not easy togucss, but the objection seems
to be mostly to the manner in which they
are managed. At any rate Dr. Carter, the
marine physician hen1, informs Us that dur
ing ins teim he received several pa
tients hue who had been taken
sick at New Orleans and Memphis;
but who bad paid their pa.s-.ige to this
point in preference to going to the hospital
at either of the places named. More than
this-the Doctor informs us that he has
treated, during the time between July 1st,
INN0, thi! beginning of (he last fiscal year,
up to February 2sth, 1S, about half again
as many patients as were treated in the
marine hospital of Itostou, Massachusetts,
md more than twice as many as were
treated here in the same period the year
lelore. The number of patients treated
from July 1st, lsTlt, to February th,
I8SD, was one hundred and eighty-one, and
the number treated by Dr. Carter trom
July 1st, INK) to the first of this month, or,
more properly, February ','ntli, is, is
three hundred and sixty-eight, which shows
in increase of over a hundred per cent, of
the business of our marine hospital. The
number of patients under treatment now
is seventy; three were discharged last week
and two others were taken in. Since the
Doctor's assignment here he lias had over
two thousand ami one hundred cases under
-Among the guests at the Planters
House yesterday were three Chinamen who
arrived here on the afternoon train from
Denver, Colorado. They were dressed in
the usual style, with loose thin pants and
saque, small caps, plenty of underwear of
some kind, which made them look much
better conditioned than they really were,
nnd, last but not least, they wore the gen
uine Chinese wooden shoes ami pig tail.
The latter was neatly rolled no in a coil at
the back of their heads, which were shaven
clean from crown to neck. They bad with
them a quantity of baggage, seeming to
consist, mostly' of tea, for the hoves;
were covered with the kind of straw doth
usually found around Ihe outside of t,.
chests. They spoke English tolerably well
and were not a bit bashful or confused,
though they weie the closely watched and
.logged wherever they went by a crowd of
curious men and boys. We had a short
but interesting conversation with them ami
learned that their names were Sun (Juori"
Wo, Ah King and Ah Yune; that they had
left Denver because it was dull and over
crowded with Chinamen and were bound
for Mloointield, Mo., intending to establish
a laundry then'. When we ventured 0
ask the first named for his cognomen be
quietly handed us a business card, which
boro the following: "Sun Quong Wro,
importer, wholesale nnd retail dealer in
sugar, Japanese and Chinese teas, rjw.
opium, and all kinds of Chinese provisions,
fancy goods and silk handkerchief, eon.
tractor lor railroad, water-ditch, mining,
etc. 40J Rlakc street, (between Sixteenth'
and Seventeenth) Dunver, Colorado."
Across tho face of the card in red letters wus
printed; "Pure IIabana('igiU-8 ori Chinese
Medicines" and on the buck, the name of the
, Braces, Eto
nt ' XKlrHcniiVHSd"0"' CU1P,U"! of ,hM "'- "'""' " the
Whirl, U ihe Snl.Ht and EKlet l'vurinJ?'j'jfj'J. ml now u.i-d exclimlvely In the iiiv..rmu,it
-MUST HARD IlUHHKll TIIUSSKS. 81. SO-
OlLur dealers auk you $ ,50,
Prices Always the Lowest. GEO. E. O'HAKA.
merchant was printed with red ink in
Chinese characters. We asked "Sun" if
that was his card, and lie shook his head,
saying that it was his brother's, who was in
business in Denver, and upon being asked
if bis name and his brother's were identical
he replied in the alliriiiutive. They leave
this morning for their future home in Mis
Miss Kannie I'.arclay is at home again
Sipiire Comings went to the country on
business yesterday afternoon. He will be
back to day.
Ci'y Marshal itubinsnn returned from
I'len yesterday, and has resumed his duties
on the c ity police force.
Mr. W. K. I'.lunt, of Maylield, Ky., son
of ll"ii. W. K. HI tint, of Texas, was in the
city yestenlay on his way to visit his father.
Mr. Knglcr arrived in the city with Mr.
F.asterdy from Vaudalia, Ills., day before
yesterday and will remain a few days on a
Mi. Win. Murphy, deputy internal rev
enue colb ctnr of this district, and James A.
Carfield, an intei prising muic driverof
I iliiu, nn- in Washington, D. (,' on busi
ness. Mr. Aiidnw Davissjon takes the
Ioi hiit's place In re during his absence.
UKAI, I'.STATK MOVKMKXTS.
l.l i i'KIi.l I.N 'I III; I II!) I IT CI.MihV OKKD'K
i K M.IA NIII.H ( nl N y MM K MAUI II
Win. K. Wru.d and wife to Simeon It.
Jones; sti list deed, dated November 27th,
111, south half claim f.M), survey .VJ.'i ; also
trl.s. w. section one, town sixteen, range
three; and frl. ii. w. section twelve, town
sixteen, lange time Consideration one
Taylor A I'urons to Jacob Klein; deed,
dated T binary 17th. 11, for eight and
a half acre of land as described in deed.
Consideration two tle'ii-and five hundred
and tilly dollar,.
Ceorge W. Miort to Win. Holmes; special
warrantee ded. dated February th,
for lot six, block one, in town of Sanduskc.
Consideration, three hundred and seventy-
J. N. A. iiiwahl and wife top. Fitz
gerald ; special warrantee deed, dated Feb-
runty l'lth. 11, lor lot seven, block thirty-
one, in city f Cairo. Consideration, two
hundred and seventy five dollars.
John l.evith to Horace Warduer, war
rantee deed, dated March 2nd, lbl, for
south-west ouarfcr of north-west cpiarter,
section twenty lour, town fifteen, range two.
Consideration, tim hundred dollars.
John M. Luivh'ii to Julius Serbian;
Special uai.uitee died, dated March
1SI, lor lots twenty five, twenty-six.
twenty seven and twenty-eight, block live,
in third addition to the city of Cairo.
Consideration four bundled dollars.
II. M. II. Taylor and wife to Charles
rinton; iiit claim deed, dated Decem
ber y'Jth. 1u, for south half and north-
cast quarter of south cast quarter, section
seven, town fouiteen, range one. Con
sideration one dollar.
John J. llileinan to Joseph Mayer; war
rant).)! deed, dated October tilth, 1N, lor
virt of north -east, quarter of north-cast
quarter (west of Cairo A, St. Louis railroad)
twenty-one ace's, section six, town fourteen,
U'iik.n vou have a thing to do, do it;and
when you have a Cough to cure, cure it, by
using Dr. Iliill s Cough Svrup, the safest
and best made.
(iic. IIiiost, Clinton afreet, JIulTalo, says,
your Spring lilossoni is a first class remedy
or sick headache nnd stomach derange
ments, nml also acts well on the kidneys.
rnei's, !fl... VI cents, ami trial bottlea 10
Few persons w fully appreciate the value
newspaper advertising as those suffering
from Hilioiisness, or Liver complaint, when
they road the advertisement of Sprint; Mob-
hoiii aid! try it. Prices; 50 cents, and
trial bottlea 10 cents.
A Coiiifli, Cold or Sore Tlirout
should be stopped. .Neglect frequently re
milts in an Incurable Luny dincaso or Con
sumption. Ilrown's llronehial Trochui do
not disorder the stomach like cough nyrup
nnd balsams, but act directly on the inflam
ed narts, allaying irritation, give relief in
Asthma. ISroncliitis, Coilgim, Uitarrn,
the Throt Troubles which Hin
Public Speakers lire Riihjeet to. For ininv
vcars llrrm'ii'u Itr.meliiiii Troche llRVO been
recommended by physicians, snd l)'1
give perfect, satisfaction. Hayinf,' been
tested by wide and constant uao for nearly
an entire generation, they Imvn attained
well merited rank wnnntf tho few staple
remedies of the nge. HoM t 25 cents ft
v vou want to get rid ot pimplcn, boils,
tetter, &c, uso '-Limlney's Mood Searcher."
Sold by all druggists.
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MOVKS AM) TINWAJtK.
ALL SORTS, siZKS AM) STVLKS,
Manufacturer of and Dealer in
TIN', COI'I'KK ic SHEKT-IIION' WAKE
AM. KINOS OK J01J WOKK DONE TO
NO. 27 EIGHTH STHKET,
Cairo.'- . . Illinois
NKW YOKK STORK,
WHOKLSALK AND II ETA II..
The Largest Variety Stock
IN '1'IIK CITY.
(iOODSSOLl) VERY CLOSE
O. O. I'ATJKR CO.,
Or, Nirieleenlli nlrw ) )' ill
Cummcrim! Avuini.' lilllO, JJ1.
rUOPKIETOK OK SPKOAT'S PATENT
Wholesiilo Dealer in lee.
ICE BV THE CAK LOAD OU TON.WELL
PACKED FOIt SHIPPING.
Our lioadrt a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
(j W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
coimtAnily on tiniia
At Seventy-live eonta per load.
Stavo Trim mint? s
At one dollar jwr load.
Thit "lrlmmltiiii"iiri! tonrw xtinvtiiuniml ninkn
tholii'Kt nmuniT wood fur conkliiK l)iirini'nim wull
n tho chitnixmt iivnr fold In t'ul.-n, Kor lilnrk
mlth'i turn In miltlnu tlre. Umy are iineqiiiillnd.
Lotvu your onion at lli Tvntli ttruut wood yard.