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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 5, 1881.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Ollc: Bulletin Building, Wuniagton Arena
INTKRKD AT Till l"OST 0PF1C IN CAIRO, IL
LINOIS, AS SECOND-CLASS MATTKK.
LOCAL WKATUKK KKl'OKT.
C4in, 111., Mur. 4, IHH1
Time. Ir. Thor.
Wind. Vi'l Weather.
t.ra SW 74
Mailroiim Temperature. 4J Mlntuiura Tern
pemtiire if ; Knlnra.ll. 0 HO Inch,
KlviT, 87 fi-et 7 Inches, Kull 18 Inches.
W. 11. RAY
Serg'l Hlcnal Corns. U. 8. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In thin column, nvo cents pur line, eaih
I Dnertinti. For one mouth, !W tents per llnr.
Farm fir Sale.
700 acres of land in Johnson county, III.,
one utile west of ISelknap on the C. & V. H.
It.; about HOD acres in a tine state of cul
tivation; luis good buildings, fine Hpriut
water, well, and cisterns. Price $10.00 jmt
Horr, cash. M. J. Howlet,
Heal Kstatn Agent.
A fine Square (irimd I'ian, new, ami
warranted. Can be sold very low for rash,
or on installments. Call ut E. E. Coming's
book store, corner Eighth street and Com
"Ever) body Cheep It."
The largest and best variety of cheese
ever brought t this city ut any tune is now
on sale at the saloon of .Mr. John Jvoeliler,
on Eighth street. Lovers of Sweit.er
cheeso or Limhurger cheese, High
land cheese, or Philadelphia hand cheese
should not tVil to call on Mr. Ivoeh
ler. The Highland cheese in par
ticular is the finest in the city, the fust that
has ever been here, and can only be had
from John Koehler. The best d beer and
other liquors always on tap.
The most popular and elegant tonsorial
establishment in the city is that of Win.
Alba, near the corner of Sixth street and
Commercial avenue. The most complete
outfit can be foiiml there, and none but tbe
best artists in that line of industry are em
ployed there. Persons 'vishing a first class
hair-cut, shave or shnnipoon should call at
the parlor of Win. Alba.
Horse Clothing for Sale.
An improved English saddle and bridles,
and one winter and one summer horse
blanket, all quite new, can be bought at a
bargain from J. W. Kverly, assistant signal
'service officer. Apply at the office in Cus
A good sto( k of paper, exmessly for
Huktograph use, for sale at Tiik Hn.LKTiN
A neat cottage, pleasantly situated; for
particulars, inUiie ol u. I . JJlakk.
Oysters! Fish! tiitnie!
Fresh oyster, fine and fat, for sale, by the
can or by the hundred! IJulk oysters re
ceived daily liom Mobile, and Jiultinioru
oysters received in cans, direct Irom the
packers, by every express. Fish of all
kinds constantly on hand ami always fresh.
The "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 and
Eighth street. Koiikiit IIkwitt, Ag't.
MoCM Ki) Hiid varnished mans of Cairo,
for sale, at Tiik llu.i.n in office.
Two houses and four lots, coiner Tenth
street ami Jefferson avenue, will be sold
aeperately, or all together, as suits the pur
chaser. Title perfect. Apply to
Mus. S.wii Kl. Fimiki;,
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 Kiyhth street, between the
avenues. Other meats of the best quality
also always on hand. Call upon Fred if
you want gisid meals.
Closing Out, I'm mid ami Shoes.
Haying a very large stock of winter
goods on hand consisting of (tents', Ladms'
and (,'hihlrens' sewed and pegged Hoots and
Shoes, I have determined to dose it out ut
prices that defy competition, in order to
make room lor an immense stock of spring
goods which will begin .n arrive soon. If
in want of anything m my line I would ad
vise you to call on me before purchasing
elsewhere, as I will assure you good bar
gains. I invite all to cm i I ami see fur
themselves, C. Koch.
No. 00 Commercial avenue between Fifth
nnd Sixth streets. Cairo Ills.
Ilut kleii's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, tcver sores,
etter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kind of skin eruptions. This salve is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
every cose or money refunded. Price, 25
cunts per box. For saU ny (Iko. K. O'IIaiia
Use Tuk Cairo Bcllktin scratch books,
for sale at tbe office, 1200 leaves to tho
All persona, owing tuxes on real estate or
personal property, will tike notice that I
will be found in my office from 8 o'clock
a. m. to 5 o'clock p. ni., for tho purpose of
receiving the same. There is money saved
by paying taxes at once, fall and see.
Sheriff ami Collector.
Cairo, 111., March :i, 1881.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In these column, ten CbDts per line,
etch Insertion. Marked
-Ex-President Hayes and family will
leave Washington lor Fremont to-day,
Fresh oysters at A. T. DeRaun's, 5(1
The work of paving the gutter on Eighth
street was begun yesterday. Some cinder
is bcinz used in their construction.
Two plain drunks were brought before
Judge Olmsted yesterday and disposed ot
according to the law and the evidences.
Meerschaum pipes and cigar holders,
a large stock at F. Korsineycr's.
The "Seventy-first New York" regi
ment will arrive hero by special train from
New Orleans this morning.
Meerschaum pipes and cigar-holders, a
large stock at F. Korsineycr's.
Mr. L. I). Stophlet, a prominent mer
chant of Mound Ciiy, was in the city yes
terday laying in a new stock of goods.
Check books, nceipt books, order
books, etc., made to order on short notice
at Tiik Hcllktin office.
Mr. Thomas Morgan contemplates
making a trip to Scotland soon ami will
pass through here on his w ay there.
Fresh oysters at A. T. DelJaun's 5(i
John Welsh, who was to have been
hung at Columbus, Ohio, yesterday, has
had his sentence .commuted to imprison
ment for life.
The late gale ot New Found land was
the worst in fiO years. All the boats in the
harbor were destroyed. One schemer's
crew of nine were lost.
Wantki) Roy to learn to set type and
work in Tub Bcllktin news-room. Apply
by letWf in own hand writing.
Remember that to-day is the last day
of grace on which to pay gas bids and save
the discount. Step up to the Captain's
office and settle.
A man named Andrew Larson got the
fingers of his right hand mashed, while
working on a pile driver at East Cairo yes
terday. Dr. Parker amputated his fingers.
-Chess, Carley & Co's office, Captain
Swallow in charge, has been removed to
the rooms on Ohio levee, nwr the store of
Wood Itittenhou.se & Jlro.
The Young People's Temperance Club
will meet at Reform hall on Monday next.
An interesting programme has been pre
pared, and hence a good time is sim; to b.i
Mr. W. M. Davidson has built himself
a large green house back of his tin shop on
Eight street, which he intends to till with a
great variety of llowers, shrubs, trees, etc.,
Messrs. II unit hi it Co. received another
car load of "White" sewing machines yes
terday. This makes the third tar load they
havu received since January lirst.
The committee on claims, consisting of
Aldermen lilakc and Pcttit, met in the
council chamber yesterday afternoon and
considered a number of claims that were
referred to it at the last meeting of tho
-Fresh oysters at A.. T. Deli.umV, r0
A heavy smiw storm at the north has
again blockaded some, of the trains on
nearly all the roads. Tho Illinois Ontral
train, which was due here at e'even o'clock
yesterday forenoon will not be in until to
day some time.
The negro, who killed Mr. Zimmer
man near Mounds Junction some years ago
and who was caught in one id the southern
states, passed through here yesterday, en
route for Mound City fo stand his trial. So
we were informed.
One of Mr. John Atelier's horses broke
a leg some days ago and was so restless
(hat he could not be cured. Mr. A Ichcr
killed him yesterday and dragged him out
side of the city. This makes the second
horse he has lost within two months.
Somo weeks ago John Doyle, of Moa-
wequa, near Decatur, Ills., died, leaving
wifo and four children. Since then the
house has burned up, with all its contents;
and on Tuesday the children died of dip
theria, leaving Mrs. Doyle stripped of her
all. So sad a case is very seldom recorded.
Mr. James Foggy, son of Robert Foggy,
and Miss Susie Bogard, of Paducah, were
married in Paducah yesterday morning and
camo down on the Fowler in the afternoon.
They went to Norfolk, Kentucky, on tho
lurry boat "Three States" yesterday after,
'"xui, where they will reside in the future.
-The caso of Officer Wims, for mistreat
ing a white woman in attempting to arrest
lr, came up Wore Htnilro Comings yes
tcrdayan.l the officer was honorably dis
charged. It was proven that the woman
had abused and resisted the officer in the
performance of his duty ftn,l that ho had
not mistreated Jier.
Owing to tho fact that the track of the
Iron Mountain railroad on the Missouri
shore is torn up the steamer Morgan can
not transfer any cars and it is probab
that she will make no trips until the track
is repaired, which will be in a day or two
The passengers and baggage for the road
will be transfered by tho ferryboat Threu
Mr. Brown, tho housn mover, has put
Messrs. Swoboda it Sehultze'a small store
house on wheels and, from yesterday morn
ing up to noon, had moved it from its old
site near the corner of Eighteenth and
Poplar streets, around by way of Washing
ton avenue to a point on Nineteenth street,
between Washington avenue and Walnut
The commissioners appointed by the
city council fo revisu tho assessed value of
the railroad strip lots, met yesterday and
accomplished their work. Tho previous
valuation was made when railroad strir
there was only a twenty-live-foot alley, but
since then tho alley has been changed into
a sixty foot street, w hich would, of course,
alter the value of the lots abuttirg it.
Messrs. D. 15. and B. F. Thistlewood
finding it necessary to increase their room
to accommodate their large business, yes
terday bought the stable of Lee Boicourt
and will use it in connection with their
other stable. They have several new bug
gies in store, waiting for spring business to
open and on the first of April will bring
on a number of entirely new carriages and
buggies for tho driving season that will
make their stock the best ever seen in
Southern Illinois. They are enterprising
men, and justly entitled to the success that
has attended them.
The train w hich took the Boston Lances
and Charleston Guards back to Chicago,
coining through heie day before yesterday
evening, met with an accident when it
arrived at Centraha yesterday. A mis
placed switch caused the engine to run off
the track, but without doing any damage
A heavy rope with an iron hook was Used
in the attempt to get the
engine back on tho track
The passengers alighted from the cars and
stood around watching the work and when
the strain wa3 put upon the rope and hook
tiie latter broke, and flying around struck
one of the Lancers in the forehead, kill
ing him almost instantly.
-The Shreveport (La.) Daily Standard
in an article concerning Capt. A. J. Bird's
Floating Opera-house, which has 1 een at
that city for some days giving performances,
after speaking of the enterprise as meeting
with great success there, touches thus upon
the captain's lute trouble with Dan Rice:
"In the purchase there was a lot of bills
and posters with Dan Rice's i.ame upon
them which, by the understanding, Captain
Bird was allowed to use until others could
be procured. It is on account of the use of
these bills that Dan Rice brings suit, claim
ing fi,000 damages, we believe, for Using
his name. If our information is correct, it
seems to be a matter of spite on the part of
Rice more than anything else."
About sixty-five men are yet constant
ly at work on the foundation of the new
elevator. Some are breaking rock; some
are preparing mortar; some are wheeling
material to others who are building the
foundation, and thus the great mass of
solid masonry grows slowly but surely day
by day, and before many of our citizens
know of it completion, the
superstructure will be begun.
Great piles of heavy, planed lumber
about thirty-five in number are piled
along the railroad track, and a number of
men are yet constantly at work unloading
more. The sight is certainly an interest
ing one. The Ohio river is now about four
feet up against the outer side of the foun
patiou. The News says that had the repub
lican nominee for sheriff in the hwt county
election "had an interest in several saloons
in the county" and had the nominees for
the other offices "distributed liquor by the
wholesale'' the republican ticket would
have been elected; and claims that the
republican parly carried the temperance
cause into the election. If temperance was
at all spoken of in connection with any
of the republican candidates it was done in
a whisper so low that the whisperer himself
could not l.eur it. The intimation that
"democratic whisky" secured republican
defeat is certainly a sad commentary on
the republican voters of the county; for it
is plainly charging them with being not
only whisky guzzlers, but so utterly de
praved in nature that they sacrificed the
most glorious privilege of their citizenship
for a touch of "democratic whisky." We
cannot see any signs of temperance in such
a defeat. Tho News man has evidently
grasped a two-edged sword by tho wrong
end, and is slashing himsell and his party
in a pi ty less manner.
Last evening the scholhrs of the high
school again gave their usual Friday after
noon exercises', which had fallen out tho
Friday before because of the celebration of
Washington's birthday. Eight or ten
scholars took part in the programme, each
with a different part and all giving entire
satisfaction to thoso present. The exer
cises were as follows: A composition en-
titled "Tho Seasons ol tho Year," by Miss
Nellie Reed; another on "DresH," by Miss
Nellie MeGahcy; a composition entitled
"Indiumse at Home," by Miss Jeniiio Mc
II ale; a composition entitled "Hypocrite,"
by Miss Edith Martin; a select reading en
titled "Not Fair," by Miss Nellie Perce;
historical question "The Loan Exhibl
tion" by Miss Eva Shcpard; another
"Jennie Patterson, our School Teacher,
by Miss Mary Zimmerman; a composition
entitled "Our Ideas," by Miss
Maud Ritteiihouse;auother entitled "Hope
Hope! Hope!" by Miss Annie Wilson; am
another composition entitled "Mo.arth, the
musician," by Miss Laura Walbridgo closed
the exercises. Miss Patterson made a few
remarks to tho school after the exercises
were concluded in the course of which she
said that thcro would be no Friday exer
cises for two weeks to come. After this
Mr. Goldstinc said a few words ot encour
agement to tho scholars, which conclude
the entertainment for tho evening.
A disastrous fire occurred at Hickman
Ky., yesterday morning at four o'clock
A large cotton seed oil mill caught tire
from a lantern which was accidentally
dropped ly a man wlio was passing
through it and in a very few min utes the
fire had spiead rapidly over the entire
building. A strong wind was blowing at
tho time, which caused several small
houses not far away to catch fire nud all
were entirely destroyed. In one of the
houses a little colored boy perished, but
his body had not been found last cveuing
A negro woman, who was walking by nt a
distance of uUmt fifty feet
from the fire, was caught
and she burnt to death before assistance
reached her. A cow also perished in the
same manner. I he loss on the mill alone
is about ten thousand dollars. Further
particulars we could not learn.
Senator Adams has introduced a bill
in the Illinois legislature giving cities and
villages power to license tax and regulate
all kinds of business and every trade or
vocation whatever; and to license, tax,
regulate or supplies t lie following rather
curious array ot occupations: Peddlers,
pawnbrokers, public masquerade balls,
street exhibitions, fortune tellers, pistol
galleries, corn doctors, lock, private and
venereal hospital, museums, menageries,
equestrian performances, horoscopie views,
lung-testers, muscular developers and
magnifying gasses, when such views,
testers, developers, or glasses are exhibited
and used in public; billiard-tables or any
other tables used for amusement, circuses,
operatic, theatrical and other exhibitions,
shows and amusements. The bill is vehe
mently opposed, but Mr. Adams says
"The system had existed in St. Louis for
over ten years. This kind ot tax was levied
in that city under special charter. No bad
effects were complained of, and St. Louis-
ans were satisfied with it."
-Col. Lowery arrived yesterday, as was
expected, an I addressed the Cairo Tem
perance Reform Club yesterday evening.
His coining had he n prepared for by the
ladies of the club, win determined to re
ceive turn in a manner due so dis
tinguished an advocate of a cause in which
they were all so deeply tut Tested. Reform
hall was made to look ils grandest last
night. Some ot the ladies and L'ent emeu
pent much effort in making it look attrac
tive and thev succeeded remarkably well.
New, bright-red, fancy stitnhed covers
bedecked the several tables
and desks in the room, chairs
and lunches innumerable were placed
in regular order before the platform, which
is handsomely carpeted, and also furnished
ith a number of chairs and a desk for tho
speaker or speakers. The pictures, and
banners, and mottos on the walls were re
arranged and new ones added, and back of
the platlorm, in. letters ot black, about
twelve inches long, were tho word "Wel
come Lowry," which expressed the feelings
t the temperance neoole here.
ir he is a great favorite with them.
In the evening the people turned out iu a
,'reat mass to hear him speak. The hall
was crowded every seat being occupied.
The meeting was opened with prayer and
song, anil then Col, Lowery arose to address
the throng and was enthusiastically re-
ivrd. He spoke in his characteristic
manner, though not quite as freely as on
former occasions, He was more earnest,
more serious, yet his vein of humor showed
elf on several occasions. His speech as
whole was as his speeches
always are. full of sound reasonim'
' - n
Re spoke for ab nit three quarters of an
our, during which the audience followed
his every thought ami laughed or became
grave as he spoke in a humorous or a seri
ous strain. Five persons were persuaded
to sign the pledge, and after singing sever
al more songs and providing tor a futuro
meeting the audience was dismissed.
Col. Lowry will be on hand again to con
duct thi! meeting on next Friday evening.
On next Tuesday and Wednesday Messrs.
Bush and Hubbard, of Columbus, Ky.,
will be hero to speak to tho tem
perance people, and it is the intention to
keep up the interest for as long a timo us
The New Orleans Times, in bidding
farewell to tho many northern visitors that
thronged tho hotels and streets of tho city
during mardi gras celebration, uses the fol
lowing language: "To our departing friends
wo say in all heartiness, 'Coma ugain, and
if you choose, como to ntay. W'o need
your new motives and vitality, wo havo
ample room for your broadest endeavors,
and wo care not what may bo your political
opinions, if you provo co-laborers with us
in our fervid endeavor to erect Louisiana to
her duo rank in tlio sisterhood of states.
We aro blessed with a soil ami
climate that are unsurpassed, with
city' WtpW bd..U .a ,U
CHAMPION THUS S.
WI.I.-I. I .1... B,-., Hufct and Easiest "mAL8 "d D U'ud "c1""'" " vermnuut
-BKHT 1 1 AH I) HUBnKlt TItUSSKS. Rl.f0.
Ot bar dealers uak you $ j 50
Prices Al way, tbe Lowed. GEO. E. O'lIAKA-
a river that is a tireless carrier and with a
natural right of commercial empire that
assures to us a glorious future. Come, be
one with us, rivet your homes to our soil
and know that honest purposo and diligent
effort will straightway enfranchise you
civilly ami socially as Louisianians.' The
curtain has fallen upon our annual lestal
day the king discrowned himself and
faded in the gray dawn, and if wo mistake
not many feet and hands aro sorely weary
now. But we tender no languid hand to
those who arn now betaking themselves to
trains and steamers. We are glad they
came, and assure them 110 less hearty a
greeting when they shall revisit our old
city, waiting upon tho Mississippi bank for
tho hour when she may wed the west and
the southern seas."
Mr. J. P. Wood, of St. Louis, Mo., was
in Cairo yesterday.
Miss (ieorgio Scott, of Ilinkleville, Ky.,
is visiting the family of Major Hinkle.
Mr. J. S.Crum, of Vienna, 111., was in
Cairo yesterdiy, a guest at tho Hotel De
Mr. Frank Smith, of Columbus, Ky., was
among the guests at the Hotel Do Winter
Mr. I). W. Phillips, ot Lebanon, Ills.,
was in the city yesterday registered at the
('id. James Johnson returned from St.
Louis yesterday evening, after an absence
of several days.
Mr. John W. Mordick, of Golden City,
Mo., was among the guests at the Planters
Mr. W. S. Emery, of Bird's Point, Mo.
and Mr. John Cock, ot Kentucky, were in
Cairo on business vesterdav.
Major Hinkle left the city for New York
yesterday, to attend to the tobacco interests
of the firm of which he i a member.
.Mrs. Lippett, mother ot Mrs. Charles
Galigher, is quite sick. Mrs. Galigher, who
has been in St. Louis several days, arrived
Miss Oshea, a young lady teacher in
Blnndville, Kv arrived in the citv vester
lay evening, and will remain several dayj
on a visit to her parents.
-The names of Messrs. R. Reynolds, of
Jacksonville, HI.; A. H. Ellington, of Jack
son, leiin ; .1. i;. Buckley, of Gravville.
Ill , were upon the register of the Hotel
De Winter yesterday.
Misses Carrie and liiKsie Boren, two of
Mound City's fairest charmers, came down
on the steamer Fowler vcterdav to visit
Mr. H. A. Harmon and family. They will
return by the same boat this afternoon.
In iiiosk advanced stages of bronchial
sea-e, w here great organic decar ore-
hides the possibility of restoration. Dr.
hill's Cough Syrup givea verv prateful
ease and relief to the weary sufferer.
REAL ESTATE CHANGES.
Fred Caiubell to Thomas H. Cambell;
warrantee deed, ,t,., February 20th, 1881,
lot six, block three, in City of Cairo. Con
deration two hundred dollars.
Within the hist few days a number of
our citizens have secured lots in different
parts of the city with the object of build
ing dwelling houses upon them. There has
been a marked increase in the number of
changes in real estate this year upon the
year previous ami it is safe to expect that,
though a gr. at deal or building has already
been done here this year, there will be
much more in the near future. Our car
penters and mechanics report an unusual
activity in the way of building and
work in their line generally. All arc em
ployed and many of them have contracts
ahead, which will keep them rushed with
work for some months fo come. This is
certainly a sign of solid prosperity.
WriXAN'A CLI II ANU 1.IHIUKV AHiH UTIIIN HIXTH
ANNivrnnAiiv. - -it a 1.1. or Tint mini 11 ami iirAtiv
rmt COMI'ANV, THIN, HATI'imAV rvEMN.I s
o clock. ' '
1 - Instrumental Duet, Zither nnd Guitar
(imd RuHnlnn March
Wll.l.T. ItKIPIII'IlN, II. II. SI'KfK.
2- ltiqiort of thu Secretary.
Hy the l'resldont
"as. e. a. tat 1.0 a,
MBS. WH. WINTKIl.
Thr Hung of Kllvsny-Anoa
4 Voral Hnlo,
0- InstrnmcniHl Duet, Zither and Oultnr
WII.I..T. IIKIHII'HN, 11. H, NPKrK.
1-Asniial Poem Tho HambnrB noils
3-Vocal HoId The Vlolnt-Blehof
3-AddrcM Home Members or an Old Clnb
icdiii n n. vneeM.
5- tJiiartotta Como wnnro th Lilies
mkn. w. r. waimiT, wish m'ker,
.HKSHIIS. IIAI Kill ANU M'KBI.
GEO. E. O UAKA,
A IftHl Slim IT morn iiu Iim.i...
. t wn-k SL'O
nit In 1,1 ins
WANTKD-I,rtnerviihai.inHlli-)ltHl to en-
Apply al llullelln hulldini;.
KAItM KOH SAI.K ON RAKY
The nnd In iti,ui.,j ....- .,,
wi-i-t of HotlK, Park, 4r.rrr In cultivation. Kr
.rt!cnln. upply to vM. Jo,ijKN
I. Hot HltlKS
YOCUM As imODK UICK,
Washington Avcfino. Cor.
cj-wro - . n.r.s
HOOTS ASH M1UKS
SHOE-M AK BR.
Athcneuin Building foinnerciul Av.
r.e. only the very ll.-.t Imported uk st d cm
ploy the mom eompei.nl workmen.
HIOVEH AND TIN WAKE.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Maijufactuicr of and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER Jt SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KI.Mirt op JOB WOKK IXlJiK TO 0l(IER.
No- 87 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo. . . Illinois
NKW VOKK STORK,
WHOELSALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK. CITY.
GOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE
C. O. PATIKK & CO.,
Cor. Nineteenth Mreet iiln Til
Commercial Avcntm I VflHUj Jilt
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Specialtv.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Leree,
(Jt W. WHEELER, "
Summer Wood and Kindling
constantly on hano,
At Seventy-live cents per load.
At one dollar per load.
Tho "trlmmlnna"re eoain shavlnjrs and mak
the best summer wood for conking purposes as well
as the cheapest ever sold in Cairo. Kor black'
smith's use. Insetting tires, they aro unequalled.
Leave your orders at tbe Tenth street wood yard.