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lu r iltUi'ii". I rciimiii yoiirs riviircil'ully.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Ndtici'i" In tlili" column. Uvn rent pi.T llmi, each
l DKiirtmii. Kor him' iiiimtli. 5H ceiilH per tine.
Farm for Sale.
700 acres of land in Johnson county, III.,
one mile west of lielknap on the ('. it V. K.
K.; ahout .'illil acres in a line stale of cul
tivation; has pond buildings line spring
water, well, ami cisterns. Trice if 10.00 per
hi re, cash. ' M. J. IIowi.kv,
Ileal Estate Agent.
A tine Square (.mini Piano, new, and
warranted. Can he sold very low for cash,
or on installments. Call at E. K. Coming's
book store, corner Eighth street and Com
mercial liven ue.
"Ever) body Cheese It."
The largest and la st variety of cheese
ever brought to this city at any tune is now
on sale at the saloon of Mr. John Kochlcr,
on Eighth street. Lovers of Swcitzer
cheese or Liinburger cheese, High
land cheese, or Philadelphia hand cheese
should not fil to call on Mr. Koch
lcr. 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 Kochlcr. The best ol beer and
other liquors always on tap.
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, Everly, assistant signal
service officer. Apply at the oflico in Cus
A good stink of paper, expressly for
Hektograph ice, lor sale at Iiik Iin.i.tTiN
A neat cottage, pleasantly situated; for
particulars, inquire ot 1. r. I.i.akk.
Oysters! Fish! (iaine!
Fresh oyntcr, fine anil fat, for sale, by the
can or by the hundred I Bulk oysters re
ceived daily from Mobile, and Baltimore
oysters received in cans, direct Iron) the
packers, by every express. Fish of all
kinds constantly on hand and always fresh,
The "Ked Snapper," the king among lish
and the delight of epicures, fresh from the
gulf. Send your orders to the headquarters
for oysters and fish, corner Ohio Eevee and
Eighth street. KoniiHT IIkwitt, Ag't.
MiH'.ntkd and varnished maps of Cairo,
fur sale, at Thk Un.UiTiN ollice.
Two houses and four lots, corner Tenth
street and Jefferson avenue, will be sold
seperatdy, or all together, as suits the pur
chaser. Title perfect. Apply
M us. Sami'ki. Fish Kit.
Washington avenue, between Ninth and
The best of corned beef iii any quantity
desired can be had at Fred Keohler's sam
ple shop on Eiylilh sired, between the
avenues. Other meats of the best quality
ulso always on hand. Call upon Fred if
you want good meals.
Closing Out, limits and Shoes.
Having a very large stock ol winter
goods on hand consisting of (rents', Ladi"s'
and Childrens sewed and pegged I Soots and
Shoes, I have determined to close it out at
prices that defy competition, in order to
iiiake room for an immense stock of spring
foods which will begin ,o arrive sonii. If
in want of anything in my line I would ad
vise you to call on ini; before purchasing
clsevvh'.'re, as I will assure you good bar
gains. I invite all to call and sec for
themselves. C. Kocil.
No. !M) Commercial avenue between Fifth
ind Sixth streets. Cairo Ills.
nncklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, nisei's salt rheum, lever sores,
ctU'r, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds of nkiii eruptions. This salve is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
every case or money refunded. Price, !5
cents per box. For sale iy Vmt. E. O'Haha
Madame nml Prof. Floyd have inerccsed
llii'ir facilities fur tin; accommodation of
thoir increased patronage, hy having He
cured another lar;e rin adjoining their
Hi'luxil mi Walnut, between Twelfth Ktnl
Thirteenth streets. Day school, I) a. id.
Ladies' CIllSS lit 11, Wl'1 lli'llt School nt 7 ).
m. Teiius low, but invariably in advance.
Notice, Liquor Dt'iilci'H.
I hereby notified nil persons llmt I will
prosecute any one who sells my husband,
Bruce Howley, any intnxiniiim: lrinkn.
Caiiio, March 7th, ISHl.
The carpenter's tool, belonging the late
Mr. Morten, will lie rallied oil' to night, at
seven o'clock, at the bakery ot Mr. Frank
hil' Hi nt.
A dwelling house nl eight rooms on
Walnut struct, near Sixth afreet, and
another of seven rooins on Walnut street,
near Seventh street. Kent seventeen and a
halt" dollars per month, each.
M.J. IIowi.ly, Ileal Estate Agent.
A New Saloon.
I would respectfully call the attention of
the Cairo public and my mends in Ken
tucky to the fact that 1 have opened ft line
saloon on Sixth street, next to Alba s bar
her shop and have on hand a complete
stock of cigars and tobacco, Iventuckcy
whiskies and other liquors.
A. F. Wilky
Mine. Deniorest's New Patterns just re
ceived at W. K. Uhol.son's. Call and get
The Miller MUrc-Hip Corset,
The most perfectly boned and elegantly
shaped corset in the world. The boning
of the Miller Mitre Hip Corset is ot a spe
cial character, and so perfect, soft and
pliable that no displacement can occur and
the minimum of wear is secured by this
murine ami novel arrn;ement. For sale
bv Y. E. C.oin.soN
Messrs. Chess, Carley it Co. have re
moved their oil oihce from below the llai
liday House to No. 7." Ohio Levee, tip
Use Tin; Cairo Hmd.KTiN scratch books,
for sale at the ollice, 1200 leaves to the
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 completi
outfit can be found there, and none but the
best artists in that line of industry arc em
ployed there. Persons wishing a first class
hair-cut, shave or shampoou should call at
the parlor ol m. Alba.
All persons, owing taxes on real estate or
personal property, will take notice that I
will he found in my office from 8 o'clock
a. m. to Ti o'clock p. m., for the purpose of
receiving the same. I here is money saved
by paying taxes at once. Call and see.
Sheriff and Collector.
Caiho, III., March:), ltfSl.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Nntlnm In tlii'e column, ten cmtri prr line,
cacti iLiHTllon. Marked
Mr. Charles Mason is sick, though not
Check books, rcuipt books, order
books, etc., made to order on short notice
at Tun Kum.ktin ollice.
Mr. John Lehrer, the efficient assist
ant ot Win. Kluge in his grocery business,
went to Padueah yesterday on a visit to his
Sailing on Lake Elmwood was a favor
ite amusement among some of the
young folks Sunday, but the
lukes are now rapidly disappearing.
Wantud -Hoy to learn to set type and
work in Tun 15i'i.i.i;iiN news room. Apply
by lctWf in own hand writing. 4
"Frank Kexford," the trotting stallion
of L. J. Kochlcr, sprained his right hind
ankle a few days ago, He is rapidly re
covering under proper treatment.
Wantkd: Two good farm hands;
steady woik for the season and good wages
paid. Apply to No. ,Vi, Ohio levee. '
Mr. T. E. Clark, of the C. & V. Ky.,
has taken Walt. Wright's new cottage, and
will occupy it with his family ns soon as it
Cialesburg is strictly temperate -no
saloons, People get their whisky importe
in soap boxes and molasses kegs, and there
is in consniiuonce more drunkenness than in
larger towns where licenses arc Issued.
Wallace Luttrell, of Fulton Ky., was
in tho city yesterday. I To iH preparing
with his brother to open up in Padueah,
Ky., in the clothing business, on the first
The county commissioners met at the
court house yesterday and began the trans
action of business. They will liuvo about
all they can do for two or three days
Two coal barges, which probably
floated down the Mississippi river when it
was nt its highest this season and was on
the fall, were stranded near the Mississippi
levee, opposite the gas-house, whero they
Wo advertised for n boy to learn print
iDg. We have had several answers, but tho
one published in another column carrries
the best recommendation with it. "WO
pounds that never runs and will stand right
by us in a fight." That's tho kind of boy
wo ore looking for.
Messrs. Hush aM Hubbard, of Col
uiubiis Ky , will bo hero to-day, and speak
at the Reform hall to-night am to-morrow
night. These gentlemen ,are both goo-
speakers and earnest tempo 'unco workers,
who never fail to impress iheir hearers
with the justness of their cam fc
The member of the comply of Huston
Lancers who was struck in the forehead by
a piece of an iron hook on theeinof a haws
cr, which was being used in replacing the
engine of the excursion train on the) track at
Ccntralia, died before he reached! home
His name was Win. Daily.
The alarm ol tire was sounded for the
second tune yesterday about half past one
o'clock and was caused by the burning out
of the Hue of a house on the corner of Fifth
street and Jefferson avenue, occupied by
Mr. John English. The fire was put out
before the engines got there. No damage
Geo. Chellet was on the street yestcr
day afternoon shaking hands with his
acquaintances and receiving congratula
tions over a h ippy event that happens in
nearly every well regulated family tlic
welcoming of tho first born. George is the
tather of a bouncing boy 11 pounds born
10 a. m. yesterday. Next!
The city council meets to-night. The
business to be transacted is mostly routine
but not entirely without importance. The
most important will be the settlement of
the fire limits, about which there seems to
be some excitement and dissatisfaction
among some of our citizens, especially those
who contemplate the erection of new build
The negro Redding will have his pre
liminary examination to-morrow, when it
will lie established whether or not there is
any necessity of holding the two other ne
groes that have been arrested. Tin
feeling against him in the community where
tho crime was committed is intense, and
his story implicating the negroes !lai
and Perkins is not believed,
taptain Miller, ol the Chicago. St.
Louis it New Orleans railroad, reports the
business of the road to be greater than its
facilities for transportation can aecom
modate. ('alls for more freight cars from
the south are quite frequent, which is not
only a sign of the popularity of the road.
but also of the prosperity of tho south; for
it proves that a southern produce and
manufactures are beginning to move to
northern markets and a corresponding
movement of ready wealth to the south
From the two entertainments given
lately by the Cairo Amateur Dramatic
Company for the benefit ot tho Sisters of
Loretto, $198.40 gross was realized. On
receiving the net proceeds $87, the Sisters
thanked tho ladies and gentlemen of the
company for their voluntary and energetic
efforts to help them replace their burnt
building. They were also pleased to know
what a profound interest our citizens gene
rally manifest in any enterprise having for
its object the early completion of their new
and much longed for academy.
A fire broke out through the roof ot
the frame building occupied by Mr. Daniel
Hole ns a shoe shop in one side and by a
negro, Thomas Freeman by
name, as u barber shop,
in the other. It came through the side
occupied by the latter, and destroyed a
good portion ot that part of the roof. Hut
the fire engines were promptly on hand and
the building, which is the property of Mr.
Hole, was saved. Freeman sustained some
loss to his effects from water, but this is
only nominal. There was no insurance
upon tho property.
We would like to trade our teh phone
wire, or number for some other number or
wins or a small boy to carry messages or
anything else that can be depended upon.
Number H'J will do very well in bright,
clear weather, when one would as soon
"take a walk" as not, but let it rain or
snow, or even threaten and immediately
and invariably the wire gets crossed, tied
up and mixed up with every wire in the
city, and we hear everybody and every
thing but the person or thing wo want.
Who wants to trade, borrow or buy? Don't
all shout at once.
--The Young Folks Temperance Club
had a spendid meeting at Kelorm hall last
night. In spite of the fact that it rained
the greater part of tho evening and the
sidewalks were wet and crossings muddy,
quite a number of tiio members and some
visitors were congregated to witness
the exercises and enjoy a social evening.
Miss Nellie McOahey was the first on the
roll with a select reading; then came a his
torical question, by Miss Emma Shepard,
and next another select reading, by Miss
Jennie Wright. All were exceedingly
well rendered. Two weeks from yesterday
the literary exercises will give place to a
sociable and a feast on coffeo and sand
wiches. It is not generally known that hotels
as a class are imposed upon by professional
beats, who are so cunning that it is only
with groat shrewdness ono is outwitted and
brought to justice. AH manner of tricks
aro resorted to in order that landlords may
be defrauded. Empty trunks often secure
a week's lodging at a first class hotel. Tho
female beat is by all odds tho worst of all.
It is often played that they nre robbed of
various articles, and sooner than hnvo the
report gain currency a small fee is given,
besides the loss of board, &c. (Juito often
men have gone into hotels with naught but
a long duster and no trousers on. A big
TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 8, 1881.
row is raised and the unsuspecting keepe
feeds the alleged vctini of bold robbery
and ho goes about again doing likewise un
toothers. No landlord tells of his misfor
lime to a fellow business man in fearo!
damage to his house. And thus they aie
allowed to prowl about devouring all whom
chance may have thrown in their way
It was only yesterday that one ot these hu
man parasites or walking and talkiu(
sharks attempted to beat o prominent hotel
of this city.
1 he Knights of Honor will celebrate
their second anniversary to-night with mu
sic, dancing and fasting. Tho organiz
ation has reason to feel good over
the manner in which tho first two
years of its existence have passed away
There is not an institution in the city that
has been more prosperous from every point
of view that it has been. It has lost only
one of its members by death and has con
stantly increased in membership, and its
assessments have always been promptly
met. The celebration to-night will be a
me mystic Krow celcbrateil tno in
stallation of their newly elected officers last
night in a magnificent manner. Tho full
membership was present including a great
many invited friends and the
ceremony was conducted in
manner highly creditable to those who
had it in charge. The table was especially
line and called forth many exclamations of
satisfaction from those who partook of its
dainties, It was spread by Mr. Win. Cun
diff, O. (',. C. and his wife. We regret that
the lateness of the hour and tho lack of
space prevent us from saying more about it
at this time.
The latest addition to the telephone
directory is the residence of Mr. Andrew
Lohr, which is numbered 121. Mr. 8. P.
Wheeler's law office has also been connect
ed and is numbered l!Jii. The system
seems to continue to spread, slowly but
surely, in spite of the fact that so many
muttered implications aro called forth
from some of the subscribers. There
aru various wavs in which all things may
become a nuisance, hut in most cases
where a really useful article, becomes so
the cause is not in its use but in its abuse
The telephone system here is one of incal
culable value, but it is just like all other
great blessings it is not en
tirely beyond the reach of evil
minded or mischievous persons who
use it, or rather misuse it, tor the purpose
of vexing persons, w ho have neither time
nor inclination to servo as tho butts for
foolishness. And when they have irritated
some poor overworked clerk into madni M
they withdraw and let him find out the
best way he can who his tormentor was.
The victim, then tilled with wrath, strikes a
trail and pursues it iu hot haste until
he comes upon what he supposes to be the
wretch that dared to mock und abuse him.
He pounces upon him intending to chastise
him for his hrazenncss; but alas, the sup
posed wretch proves a pretty good pouneer
himself and the victim of verbal abuse
now becomes the victim of physical abuse.
I'h is is shameful. The teleuhono is to
lame. Through it the mischief was done.
It does not shirk tho responsibility and it !
should feel the heavy hand of the victim.
Tho difficulty experienced in securing
jurors in murder cases where the accused
has money or friends suggests the advisa
bility of a ehanue in the law delinin" tho.
nullifications of jurors in murder cases. As
the law is at pres-nt it is almost impossible
o get intelligent jurors. In every commu
nity nearly everybody is a newspaper read
er, and those who read little else are pretty
sure to read the accounts of murders. Ev
eryone is influenced in some measure by
what he reads, hut because a man forms an
opinion from newspaper statements, it
oesn't follow that he is unable to change
that opinion if the testimony brought out on
the trial of a case justifies a change. A man
is haidly entitled to be considered intelli
gent who, having formed an opinion from a
statement of facts which he has read or
ml, admits that his nl ready formed
opinion would not bo effected if the
statements on which ho based his opinion
were shown to be erroneous. A great
many intelligent men, in order to escape
jury duty, take advantages of the law nnd
boldly declare they have formed no strong
an opinion that it is impossible for them to
judge fairly between the state and the ac
cused person. Very lew of them would bo
so positivo in their declarations if they wero
not influenced by n desire to avoid the per
formance of a disagreeable duty, or if they
did not think that their private business
matters were of more importance than the
enforcement of the laws against criminals.
The result of this condition ol the law
which encourages false Bwcnring on tho
part of tiiose who are summoned as jurors
is that the proceedings of courts are ob
structed and delayed, the state is put to a
very heavy expenso in securing a jury.
To always protect tho weakest parts is a
duty, and it is especially the duty of those
whoso lungs are being weakened by tho
constant wear of coughing to protect them
by using a soothing remedy, such as Dr.
Hull's Cough Syrup. Price 25 cents.
To all who are HiilTcriiigfrom tho crrois
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weakness
early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I will
gend a recipe that will euro von. free of
charge This great remedy was discovered
oy a missionary m South America. Send
a solf-ftddressed envelope to the llcv. Jniumh
T. Ionian, Station D, New York City.
oily' ''ZZnHSr''1 Cn"""a" R"",r,""!n, ur '"- "' '""'""'
Willi h Is , Hint, Hnf.nl mid EiikIchI and now u.c.1 exclusively lu llic (ioveri,.i.t
HKST HARD ItUHUKlY TUUKSKS. 81.fi
HI her dualum Hnk you J j .io.
Prices Always Hie Lowest.
Mr. (ins Williamson, of Joneshoro, was
in town Sunday.
Mr. A. C. HartlesoH, of Villa Ridge, was
iu town yesterday.
Mr. Al. Sloo is reported to be confined
to his homo by illness.
Mr. C.L.Wolfe, of Olmsted, 111., was
hereon business yesterday,
Mr. Frank Finly.of Du Ojioiu, was at
the Hotel Do Winter yesterday.
lion. Justus R. Cunningham arrived in
town yesterday. Ho lias been making an
extensive tour of the south.
The mayor of Chicago, Hon. Carter Har
rison, passed through Cairo Sunday on his
way back from New Orleans to his home.
Mr. Tweed Parker, who is in the millinc
business at Fulton, Kentucky, is in the city
and is being heartily greeted by his many
Misses Kate and Laura, sisters of Jude
11. S. Vocum, are here from New Grand
Chain, visiting their brother, the Judge,
Mr. J. A. Woodson, for some years an
attache of the Illinois Central railroad
company at this end of the road, but latter
ly in the employ of Mr. Samuel Waters,
has accepted the po.-dtioii of delivery clerk
in the postoflice.
Messrs. Garrett ami Ralston, United
States steamboat inspectors for the district
of Memphis, arrived in town yesterday cv
ning to in-pect the steamer Silverthorn,
ami to attend to other ollicia duMen
They will probably leave to day.
there were registered at the Hotel dc
W inter yesterday: Messrs P. E Crook, of
Chicago, III.: N. I). Newell, of St. Louis,
Mo.;Thomas J. Renerbert. of Metnnhis.
I - - -- 7
1'cnn.; Joseph W. Martin, of St. Louis,
Mo.; W. J. liurgcr, ot Ontraha, III.;
Henry G. Wood, of St. Louis, Mo.
WHO l'.sKI t'.NDKIl IT YKsTKDAV AS IT
WAS IIKI.II AUIKT I.N THK HANDS OK JflXiK
Hich Grace was drunken with too much
of the lifiiid, which eateth away the un-
erstanding, and was arrested by the con
servator of the peace and brought before
us honor who fined him as the ordinances
the nature of his offense demanded.
Hut, though itich, (J race had not a red and
ho went to the dismal city dungeon for
four o)'' days.
Thomas Smith wiw drunk. Ho was not
fill I V drllllk. I III t III' WW irri. ,ln.r,L- I.,, I...
J acted as though there was only ono Smith
in the woi Id. He was white, so-called,
but he bl ukened the good name of a num
erous and withal a glorious family, und
therctore Ins crime was the more heinous.
I he iudi'K nondered over TomV r. Imih
a,l sorrowfully, but finally sent' him to
jail for a time to sober up and repent.
Thomas McCarty was drunk and found
it dillicult to move about without being run
up against by rude men and women and apple-stands
nnd hmp.posts and things. An
otlicer pittied him and took him to Judge
Olmsted's who fined him one dollar and
costs, which was paid.
Frank Jenkins was arrested onthcclmrgo
of brutally beating one of his mules but tho
evidence was insuflieient to sustain the
charge, ami he was discharged.
PAU1) OF THANKS.
The members of the Woman's Club and
Library Association desire to express their
obligations to many friends for favors ren
dered during the past year. Their thanks
aro duo to ('apt. W. P. Halliday for his
continued liberality in giving the associa
tion the use of the library room ; to Mr. II. T.
Oerould for donating gas used in the libra
ry room; to Tim Caiko Hum.ktin and Cai
ro Argus for many favors in the way of no-
.' ticesaiidprinling;toHon, Henry Winter for
entertainment of lecturer; to Mrs. W. P.
Wright, Miss Melu'c, Miss Pitcher, Miss
Alvord, Miss Warder, Judge IJ. S, Vocum
Messrs. Hacker, Mclvee, Itcdhtirn and
Speck for their assistance nt the anniversa
ry exercises, as well as to ninny other
friends who have aided in other entertain
ments during the year. Last but not least,
they aro especially rald'nl to the Hough
and Heady Kim (. fr tm UijC of t(0 ,mll
in which the anniversary exercises wero
held.aml to Mr.W. C. Mehnerand Mr. C.Toll
for favors rendered on that occasion.
M. IL H. Candkk, Sec'y.
Dr. Kline's ;n,,it Nerve Restorer is tho
marvel of the a for all Ni.r Diseases.
A-11 ''" "hipped free, Send to 031 Arch
street, rwiiidelphiu, Penn.
Few persons so fully appreciate the value
of newspaper advertising as those suffering
from Hiliousness, or Liver complaint, when
they read the advertisement of Spring Blos
som and try it. Prices: $1,( GO cents, and
trial bottles 10 cents.
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ma I Kt
(EO. E. O'lIAKA.
i (nlH) , uv. lino orlui.il In tliln column, 1U
ri'lltmwli limtTtlun. 1
J IhkI Sunday morning Aoi.ly hi Tub Id IWI .
WANTKD -Partner Willi a mnull mpltnl to tri
uw In ii payliiu mmiiiuictiirliiH liuini-iH, Ao
ply til No. si Ohio Lnvco,
0''1I KENT- IIiiiiidh, fiirnlcliid nt n n fnrrilKlicd
Apply at HnllHin IiiiIIiIIiik.
Af'KK KAIIM FOH SAI.K (.V Vxuv
mm. The land la .l,n,,.rl r... ...n...
wet or lldi!( Park. 'ir.a. roH In cultivation, hor
particular apply to M. Jloj.pKN.
I'OltONK Mi. II I' ONLY.
Friday Evening, March 11th.
THK VICTORIA LOFTI S'
Congress of Celebrities
Tin. I ar-e-l Vari-ty of Artlrla cvrr !,roi!-l,t to
Si iUi-rinio oru company.
Kor l!t of Ar'lan ( variolic p,,l,ll, aliona
Calorlui; to (Irnt cUc. audience, only.
Iic-erved .. .I. now on na'c at Uart.nan ii.
YCUM it BUODEUIUK,
Waliinton Avenue, Cor.
ClKO . . 1L,LS
Hoots and miukh
SHOE-MA K EK.
Atlicneuiii liaiMintr foinnicrcial A v.
!' only Ihe vi-rr IU.t l mrirtptiM lii..rl. .... .
plojn the mom rnmpi-trtit workmen .
STOVES AND TIN WAKE.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AXI) STYLES,
Manufacturer of and Denier in
TIN, COPPEH & SIIEET-IH0X WAKE
AM, KINDS OK JOI1 WOKK DONE TO OltliKK.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
NEW YORK STOKE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
I N" TUN CITY.
(J00DS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIEH & CO.,
Cor, Nlnotnnntli atroot )
Comiiiurclal A vhiiiiu J
(jt V. WHEELER,
Summer Wood anil Kindling
coiuiAiitly on nana
At Seventy-live cents per load.
At one dollar per load.
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ine tiuM nimnnir wood for cooklnu porimnpti nn Wul
m tho clii'MK'iit cvr Hold In Cairo. For black
mlth a uku In m'ttlritt tlrm, tlmy aru iiiieiiiwiiud.
Loavo your ordura at tho Tenth atreut wood yard .