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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 9, 1881.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OUto: Bulletin HulldlDR, WMiunRion Avenus
BNTKHKU AT TflB 1'OBT OFFICR IN CAIIM), IL
LINOIS, AS HKOOND CLASS MATTER.
LOCAL W HATHKK KKl'ORT.
Camo. III.. Mr. 8, IWtl
llr. Tliur . Hum. Wind". Vrl Weather.
II a.m tn
1 " '.M'il
Mailinmn Temperature. 411" Minimum Tern
pemtnru .! Rainfall. O.il UKh.
River, to f-x'l S Inch., hull 17 Incht.
Sens'! Slg-nal Corps, U. S. A.
Mr. Editor: , . .
lint in" lieen ollclii rt liy my fi I.-ihIh mikI '' a
cr.at mi .iiIh t ol rltiisi'iia who have heretiilore lieen
"mooted to mi', .o iiKiim hecunie o nuitlldatii lor
Ih.'intvoniltvof ID.' rtty of Culm. I lierehy an
UOIIIMC IhVUr'll for lll'll (lOfillllll, ll(Ulll lO till!
voter of ( nirti to do heretofore, not to dura
my duty In tin' hour of peril, and ni-fiiru tlimii that
ml iiimriloiitmliHll 1 l thu intrrwl ol Cairo h'iu
b-r citUi-nf. I r.muin yuurs Hpt-oifrilljr .
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SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice tnthi column, live centa per Itnu, each
.i ueriion. Kor oue monlli, Nlienl per Hue.
Fa nil fr Sale.
700 itcrcs of land in Johnsoii county, III.,
one mile went of liclkuap mi the V. it V. R.
' I ,KI0 acres in a tine statf of ctil
' "I'linoc, lino npiing
"""0 $10.00 per
Messrs. Clichs, Curley &, Co. nave, .
movml their oil ntlkc from below thu llai
liday House to No. 75 Ohio Levee, up
Use TiikC.mho Htu.t.KTiN scratch books,
for sale at the oflico, 1200 leaves to the
Tho most popular and elegant tousorial
establishment in the city is that of Win.
Alba, near the corner of Sixth street and
Commercial avenue. The most complete
outfit can be found there, and none but the
best artists in that line of industry arc cm
ployed there. Persons wishing a b'rst class
liair-cut, shave or shnniioiin should call at
the parlor of Win. Alba.
All persons, owing taxes on 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. m., for the purpose of
receiving the same. There is money saved
by paying taxes at once. Call and see.
Sheriff and Collector.
Cairo, III., March it, 1881.
Xotic.c, Liquor Dealers.
I hereby notified all persons that I will
prosecute any one who sells my husband,
Bruce Bewley, any intoxicating drinks.
Caiiio, March.Tth, 1881.
A good stork of paper, expressly for
Hektograph use, for sale at The Uii.lktin
A neat cottage, pleasantly situated; for
particulars, inquire of B. F. Hlakk.
Oysters! Fish! Game!
Fresh oyster, fine and fat, for sale, by the
can or by the hundred 1 Bulk oysters re
ceived daily from Mobile, and Baltimore
oysters received in cans, direct I mm tho
packers, by every express. Fish of all
kinds constantly on hand and always fresh.
The "Hed Snapper," the king among fish
ami the delight of epicures, fresh from the
gulf. Send your orders to the headquarters
lor oysters and fish, corner Ohio Levee and
Eighth street. Roiikut Hewitt, Ag't.
MocMT.n and varnished maps of Cairo,
for sale, at The Hi i.i.ktin office.
The lest of corned beef in any quantity
desired can be bad at Fred Iveohler's sam
ple shop on F.iglilh street, between the
avenues. Other meats of the best quality
also always on hand. Call mum Fred if
you want good meats.
Closing Out, Boots mid Shoes.
Having a very large stock of winter
goods on naml consisting ol Oeiils , LhiH"b
and Childrens' sewed and pegged Boots and
Shoes, I have determined to clone it out at
prices that defy competition, in order to
make room for an immense stock of spring
irooils which will bc'dii io nrrivo soon, if
in want of anything in my lino I would ad
vise you to call on ute before purchasing
I'lsowheri!, as I will assure you good bar
gains. I invite all to call nnd see for
themselves, C. Kocn.
No. !Ml Commercial avenue between Fifth
Hud Sixth streets. Cairo Ills.
liucklen'H Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, Bori's, ulsers, salt rheum, tever sores,
titter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds of skin eruptions. This salvo is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
every casfl or money refunded. Price, 25
cents per box. For Bale by Geo. E. O'Haiia
con. ii hYiiviv
Madame and Prof. Floyd have inercescd
their facilities for the accommodation of
their increased patronage, by having Be
cured another large room adjoining their
school on Walnut, between Twelfth nud
Thirteenth streets. l),iy school, 9 a. ' il.
Ladies' class at IS, and night school at 7 p.
m. Terms low, hut invariably in advance.
A dwelling house ol eight rooms on
Walnut street, near Sixth street, and
another ol seven rooms ou Walnut street,
near Seventh street. Rent seventeen and a
half dollars per month, each.
M.J. IIowlky, Ileal Estate Agent.
A Xew Salooil,
I would respectfully call the attention of
the Cairo public and my friends in Ken
tucky to the fact that I have opened a fine
saloon on Hixtti street, next to Allia's bar
ber shop and have on hand a complete
stock of cigars and tolmeco, Kentuckcy
whiskies and other liquors.
A. F. Wii.kv.
Mine. Demorest's New Patterns just re
ceived at W. E. (iholson's. , Call and get
The Miller Mitre-Hip Corset,
The most perfectly boned and elegautly
shaped corset in the world. The boning
of the Miller Mitre Hip Corset is of a spe
cial character, mid ho perfect, suit and
pliable that no displacement can occur and
the minimum of wear is secured by this
unique and novel arrangement. For sale
,v W. E. Ooiilson
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
- wi. i oe prayer meeting at the
Methodist and Presbyterian churches to
night. The board of eminty commissioners
finished their work yesterday forenoon and
ttev. Bush, of Columbus, Ky., will ar
rive here to day and speak at the Reform
hall to night.
The metalic root on the corn meal
mills of Messrs. Green, Wood & Bennett is
The Choral had a good meeting last
evening at the office of Dr. W. C. Jocelyn.
Tis strange but true.
The farmers ot Southern Illinois have
begun to plow their fields preparatory to
putting in tho seed.
Check books, nceipt books, order
books, etc., made to order on short notice
at The Bulletin office. '
Mr. Henry Kinnear will probably be
gin the erection of Mrs. Cunningham's ne w
home on Ninth street to-morrow.
The board of commissioners, which
appraised the railroad strip lots put their
aggregata value at twenty thousand dollars.
Wanted Boy to learn to set type and
work in The Bulletin news-room. Apply
by lettur in own hand writing.
In another column may be seen the
advartisement of Mr. J. C. Clark, the mam
moth grocery dealer on Eighth street.
Don't fail to call and sec him, and also his
handsome and polite clerk.
In yesterday's issue of The Bulletin
the net proceeds of the entertainments of !
tho Irish Minstrel Company of
this city in was stated to be
eighty-seven dollars. It should have read
ninety-seven dollars. t
The rivers generally are falling. Tho i
Ohio was reported to be rising at Cincin
nati, but that will not effect it at this point
for sometime yet. It is probable that it
will fall to twenty-live feet on our
gauge before the rise from above reaches
"Eli Perkins" made fifteen hundred of
Baltimore's most melancholy people shako
with laughter last night. A grand sue
cess. Sew on your buttons and go."
Reform Hall. March 12. Admission '.i'
cents; children 25 cents.
City Engineer Charles Thrupp
has finished the construction ot
the Illinois Central embankment,
and the company has now a number
of men at work putting the track in order,
which, when finished, will bo used as a
Bide track for freight or passenger cars.
The rsfflo for the elegant writing desk,
which was exhibited for some time near the
corner of Sixth Btreet and Ohio levee by
Mr. Floto, its maker, came olf according to
previous arrangement on last Saturday, and ,
resulted iu favor of Mr. Otis Batto, of tho
Planters house, who held the winning num
ber. The temperauco people of Nokomis,
III., had a grand jubilee day before yester
day over the success of their cause in tho
election of a town board last year, which
was contested and has just been decided in
their favor. Their average majority was
thirty. Tho village of Hillsboro also elect
ed a temperance ticket.
On Friday, the eleventh instant, the
atheneum will be thrown open to the pub
lio by the Victoria Loftus Combination, a
largo company composed of crory variety of
artists, each specially adopted to his or her
particular part. It is a congross of celebri
ties and they are reputed to give one oi tho
best entertainments of the season.
Miss Tennie Woodward occupies a
desk in tho great iron establishment of her
father, Mr. C. R. Woodward. Wo might
remark here that Mr. Woodward was the
pioneer in Cairo in giving responsible posi-
tions iu his establishment to young ladies
nnd his example has been followed by
nearly all the laigest business houses in
A solitary drunk in our town yesturdny
acd that was a Paducahite. If 'twere not
for the close proximity of Mwund City and
Paducah how happy we could be. N.
drunks,no robberies, no burglaries, no gam
blers, no murders, no police courts, no
jails, no lawyers and no crazy women, who
leave their babies in payment for board
and lodging. In short Cairo would bo as
good a paradise as we could wish for.
The board of commissioners appointed
by the city council to assess the value of
tho railroad strip lots, met at iho office of
Alderman Howlcy yesterday afternoon and
came to a final conclusion as to their value
and signed a report, which was submitted
to the city council last night. The com
mittee was composed of Messrs. L. II.
Meyers and M. Eastorday for the people
and Aldermen Make and llowley for the
One of the plcasantest affairs of tho
season was the anniversary celebration of
the Knights of Honor at tho Odd Fellow's
hall last night. A good crowd was there,
nearly all the members of the organization
and a number ol invited guests, all of
whom took an active part and a lively in-'
terest in everything that was done and said
and partaken of them. The event will
live long in the memories of all who were
On last Sunday a number of tho small
paper contribution boxes spoken of in The
Bulletin some time ago were distributed
among the children; the balance will bo
given out next Sunday, and on Monday,
the 28th of March, they will ho called in,
and a nico little entertainment given for
the benefit of the children exclusively and
the boxes will be opened. There ib a
great deal of fun in this arrangement for
A largo party of excursionists from
Cairo will visit the "Crescent City" about
the first of next month, making the round
trip on one of tho fine passenger steamers
of the Anchor lino. Among those who
will compose the party, we mention : Prof.
Alvord and several of the teachers of the
public schools, Dr. Dunning and family,
C. Ii. Woodward and family, Mrs. Henry
Wells, the mother of Mr. Wells, and Miss
The grand hotel in Chicago, known as
th(! Gardner House, which was under the
management ot our former fellow citizen,
Jewett Wilcox, has been sold to Messrs.
A. Cobb and A. Bradley, of Cleveland,
Ohio, and will hereafter be known as the
Leland House, after Warren F. Lcland, its
futuro manager and son-in-law ot tho first
named purchaser. The price paid for the
building alone was a quarter of a million
and the fixtures arc said to be worth half
as much more.
The down passenger train on the Illi
nois Central railroad yesterday evening
ran over a man somewhere between Du
bois and Tamaroa. It is not known wheth
er the man was alive when run over or not,
tor it is possible that he was killed and
then placed upon the track to bo mutilated
Ml , f,w1iorf Dl,annnn
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side ot the rail and the body on the other.
The coroner of tho county was notified of
Mr. .1. II. Everly, the assistant Bigual
service officer here, brought with him,
when ho came here from Dodge City, Ark.,
a large cat, of a peculiar gray color, which
he prized very highly having refused an
offer of twenty dollars for her. She was
allowed to run about the custom house at
will and always appeared on hand when
looked for, but since noon, day before yes
terday she was seen for the last time. It
is bolievud that she strayed away Irom the
building and was stolen.
Three young boys were day before
yesterday caught in the act of perpetrating
a rather serious crime. It was nothing
less than forgery fwr tho purpose of obtain
ing money. They had written orders on
several of our proinir.eut business men and
signed to them the name ol another prom
inent merchant and obtained the money
upon one of them. The other was not
paid. The parties to whom it was ad
dressed suspected wrong and instituted an
investigation and learned that their sus
picions were well founded. This order
read as follows: "Messrs.
the hearer havo twenty dollars. I need
the money to pay a draft. Respectfully,
- ." The youthful criminals were not
Seven members were present at the
council chamber yesterday evening and
transacted some routine business of but littlo
importance. Several matters of greater
moment wore laid over until next meeting
because it was desirable that a fuller coun
cil Bhould be present to consider them.
Among theso measures were tho ordinance
extending the fire limits of tho city, us
recommended by the committee to which
the matter had been referred, and tho ordi
nance requiring that tho mayor shall bo In
attendance at the clerk's office for a certain
number of hours during thu day, and also
the report of the commissioners, appraising
tho value of railroad Blnp lots. A number
ot claims were allowed and a number oi
liquor bonds approved, among tho
latter was that or Thomas Clark, tho negro.
The other business was of but littlo import-ance.
Carter Ventus, a youth of twonty-throc,
and Mattio Green, a damsel of nineteen,
both of a sable color, appeared beforo
Squire Osborn day before yesterday even
ing and charged one another with larceny,
or theft,or something like that, and demand
ed mutual satisfaction, but their demand
did not partake of that character of fierce
ness, which it would seem persons who are
beut upon revenge would be subject to. The
fact is they complained to tho Squire that
each had stolen tho other's heart, so to
speak, at which they seemed to bo rather
pleased than otherwise and only wished, as
a matter of form, that the Squire would
give each the other's hand also, which was
done in tho latest approved style,
The Temperance people had cue of the
most interesting meetings of the year last
night. A good number of peoplo were
present and the enthusiasm ran high for
quite a while. The principle features of
tho evening's entertainment were a number
ot short and spirited speaches delivered by
Dr. Petric, Rev. Whitakcr and Mr. 0. M.
Alden, who advocated an aggressive policy
for the Club. Pursuant to the suggestions
of these gentlemen a committee was ap
pointed to confer with the proper
partien with a view to bringing
forward in tho coming city election
a candidate lor mayor, who,
though not in favor of total abstenance,
is yet firmly oppostcd to tho whisky traf
fic. This is the first step over the line
drawn by Dr. Reynolds, tho founder of tho
institution, and we shall seo if his predic
tion that such a step would lead t& tho
extinction of the club, will be verified. The
next step will be watched for with interest
by all the voters of Cairo.
Our former health officer, Samuel Orr,
who has made a lengthy visit to the south,
more particularly to Canton, Miss, has re
turned and will again take up his residence
among us. While there, among those
"rebels," although a strong republican and
not afraid to tell anybody so, he was not
ostracised, intimidated, mobbed and tarred
and feathered as some of theso howling
wishy washy republican sheets would have
sensible peoplo believe they do all north
erners in that country; but, on the contra
ry, he said that tho people he came in con
tact with were among the most hospitable
he ever met anywhere, and he would have
stayed down there if he hadn't heard that
the republicans of Cairo intended to put a
city ticket in the field for the
April electiou; and, knowing
that the party would need bis vote,
he was too loyal a republican to remain
away. He says that tho cotton planters of
Mississippi have sustained great losses from
rain, but that tho yield has yet been con
siderable. By way of showing the loss
this year compared with last year he gave
to us the following figures: Number of
bales weighed in Canton last year, 19,078;
number ot bales weighed this year, 14,030;
showing a difference of 5,048 bales, which,
estimated an average at fifty dollars each
would give f 282,400 as the actual loss.
Miss Jennie Gash lias returned from New
Mr. B. F. Curtis, of Hodges Park, was in
Cairo on business yesterday.
Captain M. E. I). Wilson, of Caledonia,
was in the city yesterday on business.
Mr. R. Hickman, of Ullin, Illinois, was
in the city yesterday, registered at the Hotel
Miss Mamie Corlis left yesterday after
noon tor Cincinnati to attend college for
Mr. Charles A, Grcig, a prominent farm
er and old resideut of tho county, was in
tho city yesterday and favored The Bulle
tin with a call.
Mrs. Samuel Fisher and daughter, who
havo been hero visiting tho family of Mr.
Geo. Fisher for a few days, will leave ' to
day for New Orleans.
Among tho guests at tho Hotel de Win
ter yesterday were: Messrs. W. O. Muzzy,
of Pittsburg, Penn.; Charles F. Webber, of
St. Louis, Mo.; F. W. Tyler, of Chicago,
111., and R. M. Fuller, of St. Louis, Mo.
Mr. D. A. Norris, of Connecticut, repre
senting the Standard Manufacturing Com
pany of Pittsburg, arrived in tho city by
tho Narrow Gauge train yesterday evening.
Ho speaks in tho highest terms of the ef
forts of Conductor Koefo to mnke tho trip
from St. Louis a pleasant one. Courtesies
oi this kind aro making Mr. Kcefo one of
tho most popular conductors on our west
THE NEW CABINET.
Tho appointment of tho now cabinet of
tho new president was mado and confirmed
last Saturday, and eastern newspapers and
their readers aro enjoying a breathing
The appointment of Blaine was ex peeled
of course, but some of tho others were a
matter of surprise, in some quarters.
The cabinet officers aro: James G.
Blaine, of Maine, Secretary ot Stato.
William Window, of Minnesota, Secre
tary of tho Treasury.
Wayno McVeigh, of Pennsylvania, At
TIiob. L. James, of New York, Postmas
Samuol J. Kirkwood, of Iowa, Secretary
of tho Inferior.
Uobt. T. Lincoln, of Illinois, Secretary of
ASA PROOF OF THE SUPERIORITY OF THE CHAM
j PION TRUSS we would state that it is now supplied to
the U.S. Army, Navy and Pension Department, also the
U. S. Marine Hospital Service. They are now used exclu
sively by Eminent Physicians. See them before buying.
GEO. E. CTHARA.
William II. Hunt, of Louisiana, Secretary
of the Navy.
Comments of tho press of the country are
favorable as to the cabinet, though it does
not contain as many big men as was antic
ipated; in fact, in that one sense it may
be said to bo something of a disappoint
ment. Commencing with Blaine, who is
the only really great man it tapers down,
as it were, in regular gradations to a small
point. The general verdict of the press
may be summed up as being, that tho
cabinet is a practical, not an imposing one.
For Tho Cairo Bullcliu.
THE FLOWERY LAND OF TONCEDE
A fparkln of bounty, mimic of bird,
The prlnof life'i dcn'rt melody itlrrcd
A Ungle of glory, hloMom and vine.
Tliu llm of the RUrllghi preMlng the wave,
Tho realm of the moon the waters her elate.
Oh, flowery land, thou pllgrime' nwect ahrlnel
In drnamn one mlxlit clasp nluht'a llvry lauce,
And In the wild life of magnutic traace,
Daeh tangle of green and garnet away,
Iterealins the ajiot, where hidden from view,
'Mid delicate mom, 'mid fragrance and dew,
The "Fountain of Youth" lieata mnilcal upray.
March, 1HSI. Linwoou.
THEBES PUBLIC SCHOOL.
THE KOLUIWI.MI IS A l'UOoKAMME OK THE
CLOSING EXKKCISK3 OK THE THEIIK8 PUB
LIC SCHOOL, TAUQHT 11 Y MK8..I. A.M. GIBBS
"Oreetirfg Song," by the young ladies.
Mrs. C. A. Marcliildon at the organ.
"Charade Colorado," by Miss Lillie
Lightncr and tho littlo folks.
Song-'The Old Man's Song," ly the
Dialogue "School" and Tableau, by
Miss Maud Garner and the little folks.
Song "Katy Did and Katy Didn't," by
Misses Annie Holden and Mattie Boles.
Dialogue "A Hard Case," by Eddie
Anderson, Marion Garner and Richard'
Song "Sweet Summer Time," by the
Dialogue "Frightened at Nothing," by
Misses Minnie Cullcy, Annie Holdea, Pet
Asher and Mattie Boles.
Song "Tho Old Black .Cat," by Bee
Marcliildon and Genie Asnor.
Tableau "Floral Guide," by Misses
Lillie Lightncr, Emma Bitter, Maud Gar
ner, Ella Slauscn and Master Eddie Ander
son. Song "Trip it Lightly," by the young
Select reading "The Curfew must not
rin to-night," by Miss L. Lightner.
Song "The Wild Ashe Deer," by tho
Dialogue "The Colored Witness," by
Henry Rolwiug, Henry Ritter, Frank
Planert, Elmer Perry anil ChrissieBur
gett. Song, (trio) "Making Honey" Misses
Minnie Cullcy, Annie Holden, Pet Asher.
Tableau "Happy Present and Frightful
Future" Misses Anna Holden, Sarah
Hamn, and Masters II. Rolwing, Frank
Song "Jolly Boys" By the sclftM.
Recitation "Hon Your Own Row"--Elsio
Song-"The River" Miss Mattio Boles.
Dialogue "Mind Your Own Business"
Misses Sallio Burgctt, Minnie Cullcy, Lilly
Lightner, Sarah Hamn, Annio Holden and
Master II. Rolwing.
Song "The Foolish Maiden" Pet
Tableau - "Vegetable Garden" Henry
Rolwing, Frank Planert, Mollie Marchil
don, Harm Oibbs, Marion Garner.
Song "Sounds of tho Sea" Young La
dies. Dialogue "Lazy Lawrence" - Henry
Rolwing ami Frank Planert.
" 8ong-"Sweet Evelina" Misses Lillio
Lightner and Minnie Cullcy.
Dialoguo "Aunt Jemima's Money"
Misses Sallio Uurgett, Lillio Lightncr, An
nio Holden and Sarah Hamn.
Song "My Sweet Mary Ann" Young
Tableau "Family Jars."
Song-"Tho Old Oaken Bucket" The
Dialogue "Orit as well as Manners"
Henry Rolwing, Eddie Anderson and Mar
Song "Corporal Schnaaps"-Pet Asher.
Dialogue -"Census Taker"-Missos Min
nio Cullcy and Lillio Lightuor; Masters
Frank Planert and Harrie Oibbs.
8ong-"Holi(ttyBy the School.
Dr. Kline's Great Norvo Restorer Ifl the
marvel of the ago for all Nerve Diseases,
All fits stopped free Bond to 931 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Penn.
Bon.s, pimples, and all blood diseasos
are curod by "Dr. Lindsey'a Blood Beach-1
er." Sold by all drugtfsts.
"Du. Sellkh'b Couoh Btrup" will on-
suro you a good night's rest. It Is the best
cough uiedicino in the market. Price 25
ADVERTISEMENTS In nonpareil (not bimlucim
crd" of Ave linei or lone In tbia column, IU
centieach Insertion. 1
WANTKD-Partncr with a amall capital to en
, ?vKU ,EV"J,K Boo'luringbuilnea. An
ply at No. SI Ohio Luvee.
Volt RKNT-Fooma. fnrnlnhed o,' niifumliihed.
t with or without hoard, at reasonable ratea
Apply at Bulletin building.
FOH ONE MlillT ONLY.
Friday Evening March 11th.
THE VICTORIA LOKTl'S'
Congress of Celebrities
The LarRPut Variety of Arlum e"r brouuht to
gether into one company.
For a lint of Anlntn f, e vanuim pnlilii ation
acHttercd everywhere by the million. Everything
urn claim and
Catering to flrat-elam audlencea only.
Kttnerved Kcata now on rale at Hartman'l.
YOCUM & BRODEWCK,
STAPLE and FANCY
Washington lAvenue. Cor.
OAI31C- - - ILLS
BOOTS AND BUOKS
Atheneum Building Commercial Av.
i:e only the very Beat Imported Stock and em
ploye the Doit competent workmen.
pRICBS REASONABLE and attraction
8TOVE8 AND TINWARE.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK DONE TO ORDER.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo. - - Illinois
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
c. o. patieii & co-
Cor. Nineteenth street )
Qt W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
constantly on nana
At Seventy-five cents per load.
At one dollar per load.
Thn "lrtmm1nui"ar coame havlnc and make
the beat minimer wood for cooking pnrpnsaa aa well
a the choapeat aver aold In Cairo. For black
jmlth'i use In letting tlrea, they re unequalled,
Leavt your orders tt tha Tantb itnut wood yard .