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CAIRO BULLETIN: HAT U III) AY MORNING, MARCH 12, 1881.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
0re: Unlleiln HutldlnK, WaaliWRton Avenue
SNTKHKD AT TUB I'OHT OKKIC IN CAIHO, IL
LINOIS. AA HKCONB-CI.AH8 MATT EK.
LOCAL WKATIIKK KKI'OKT.
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Denture 4S; Kainfall. 0 mrh.
Tv (tail lrhe. Full 1 Inrhe raY)
Soru'l Signal Corn, C. 8. A.
MlHv.'ntfl t. ..llrli. .1 by my M;nl '
irr at number of fittx.-iiH who lave heretofore le'
Spp", i3Tom......HK.n become ' . ('
the mayoralty of the nty ol Oi.ro I ''' Jn
noiiurVnDwir for thai Pnl;n. ! y ue to hj
voter or Cairo to do lierctoliire. not i
my duty in the hour of peril, and aure them Hint
"If my .Vtiuii Mo.ll be to the tnterert of i'.lro and
h,., Cf.l-DH I remain ,?iVv wisTEK.
Mr Editor: ,,, ....
At the 'aruelo enanon oi innuj ........... ...
epecuveofcoloror volill... I have c.een.e.1 rk
become a candidate lor the office of ny t rk
and respectfully k the active and willing support
of all who are favorable to my ""j11 ,,
Cairo, IIIk.. March Will, IHHI.
poK POI.ICK MA'i I8THATK,
WpioMe arinoiinee me a a candidal.' ror re-election
to the olliee or roller- .VagUtrate at the mailing
ci.yelecliou. "'''tiKo!' OLMSTED.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In thl column, five cent pur line, each
lnertion. Fur one month, SO cent per line.
Closins? Out, Knots ami Sliocs.
Haying a very lanje. stock of winter
goods onhand consisting of Gents', Ladis'
and Children' wwed and pegged Roots and
Hioes, I have determined to close it out ut
prices that defy competition, in order to
make room for n immense stock of spring
goods which will lcyiti .o arrive noon. If
in want of anything in my line I would ad
vise you to cull on inu before purchasing
elsewhere, as I will assure you good bar
gains. I invite all to call and Bee for
themselves. C. Koch.
No. ill) Commercial avenue between Fiflli
and Sixth streets. Cairo Ills.
Oysters! Fish! Game!
Fresh oyster, tine and fat, for Bale, by the
cauorbythe hundred! Bulk oysters re
ceived daily from Mobile, and Raltiiiune
oysters received in cans, direct lrom the
packers, by every express. Fish of all
kinds -constantly on hand and always fresh.
The "lied 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 Levee and
Eighth street. Rohkht IIkwitt, Ag't.
Mme. Denmrest's New Patterns just re.
ceived at V. E. Uhnlson's. Call and get
Farm for Side.
700 acres of land in Johnson county, III.,
one mile west of Helknap on the C. it V. R.
R.; about iSOO acres in a tine state of cul
tivation; has good buildings, fine spring
water, well, and cisterns. Price $10.00 per
acre, cash. M. J. JIowi.ky,
Heal Estate Agent.
Messrs. Chess. Carley & Co. have re
moved their oil olliee from below the Hai
liday House to No. T Ohio Levee, up
Use TiikCaiuoI'.i i.i.ktin scratch books,
for sale at the olliee, 1200 leaves to the
The most popular and elegant tonsorial
establishment in the city is that of Wm.
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 are em
ployed there. Persons wishing a first class
hair-cut, shave or shiiinpoon should call at
the parlor of Win. Allm.
Moi ntkd and varnished mans of Cairo,
for sale, at Tiik liru.Kii.N office.
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. m. to 5 o'clock p. in., for the purpose of
receiving ilie same. Then.' is money saved
by paying taxes at once. Call and see.
Sheriff and Collector.
Caiko, III., March!!, 1881.
A good stotk of pnper, expressly for
llektograph use, for sale at Tiik Uiii.lktin
Iiticklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, lever sores,
etler, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds of skin eruptions. This salvo is
guaranteed to pive perfect satisfaction in
every case or money refunded. Price, 2.1
cents per box. For sale. Ly (Iko. K. 01 aha
The attention of the public is called to
the especial fact that the assignment of
John Taber, closing business uuder the
name of Taber Brothers, does not interfere
with the manufacture of jewelry of every
description, or the repairing of watches and
jewelry. The manufacturing and repairing
department will henceforth be conducted
by S. H. Taber, and any articles left with
him at the old stand, 12S Commercial ave
nun U' ill not onlv be kent Beoarato and
apart, but receive prompt attention, and all
workmanship (ilahani kki) oh monk im
FL'NDKD. I ask a continuation of your lib
eral patronage, Hespectfiilly, etc.
8. II. Tahkk,
128 Com. ave., Cairo, 111.
Wliittaker'a "Star" SiiL'ar Cured Hams
and Smoked Shoulders at J. C. Clark's,
on Kijjhth street.
Try It! Try It!
Use the Pantagraph Binder. Covers furn
iulm.l free of charge. No extra charge
over ordinary binding for the tablets.
Furnished only by nintAiiio iui.l.-m
for putting up Letter, Note, Bill Heads and
other printed stationery.
A car load or choice Michigan Apples
just received ami for sale by (1. M. Aldf.n,
78 Ohio Levee.
We've (Jot it.
Everything fresh and nice, at J. C.
Clark's grocery, on Eighth street.
Mrs. Samuel Fisher has received a fresh
Ktr.rU of new family irroceries, including a
supply of fine pickled salmon new and
nice. Try them. Store on wasuingion
avenue, between Ninth it Tenth street.
FouSai.k. Lot 4. block 40. in the city
of Cairo; lot 7, block 10, and lot 42, block
20, in the first addition to the city ol L-airo.
For information as to terms of sale, etc..
apply to the undersigned, or to John M.
Lansden. Thomas O'Callaiian.
March 12th, 1881.
Madame and Prof. Floyd have increcsed
their facilities for the accommodation of
their increased patronage, by having se
cured another large room adjoining their
school on Walnut, between Twelfth and
Thirteenth streets. Day school, 0 a. m.
Ladies' class at 3, and night schwol at 7 p.
m. Terms low, but invariably in advance.
New York Early Hose at J. C. Clark's,
on Eighth street.
A New Saloon.
I would respectfully call the uttention of
the Cairo public and my friends in Ken
tucky to the fact that 1 have opened a fine
saloon on Sixth street, next to Alba's bar
ber shop and have on hand a complete
stock of cigars and tobacco, Kentuckcy
whiskies and other liquors.
A. F. Wiley.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notir.en In theio column, ten cent per lino,
each Insertion. Marked
Another lamp po no, we'll not say it,
Mrs. Dumps is still at large.
The, little daughter of Captain W. M.
Williams is slowly improving.
See notice of O'Callahan's house and
lot for sale in special column.
Fresh oysters at A. T. Deliaun's, 50
Bloomington, 111., will celebrate the
ftOth anniversary of its settlement, July 4th.
"The melancholy day has come, the
saddest of the year." Eli Pkiuins
- The city of Alton has a new ferry
boat, which will run between that city and
The crossing over Washington avenue
on the south side of Eighteenth street needs
There will be no services at the Pres
byterian church this evening, as some
seem to suppose.
A large and elegant bnipiet has ar
rived for Eli Perkins, and will be pres
ented to him after the lecture to-night.
L. Miller, ol Ullen, III., is going to
start a first-class machine shop at Charles
ton, Mo something much needed there.
Fresh oysters at A. T. Deliaun's 50
Ohio Levee. ,
Mrs. Fisher has a supply of tine pick
led salmon for sale at her grocery neur
St. Patricks Catholic church.
--The latest number added to the tele
phone directory is one hundred and twenty
four, E. W. Green's residence.
The stores ol Messrs Swoboda it
Schultzo are now on rollers and will pro
bably be moved to-day or Monday.
Fresh oysters at A. T. DeBaun's, W
Hon. I). Linegar imido a lengthy
speech in the Illinois legislature in oppo
sition to the Pharmacy bill day before yes
terday. Check books, nccipt books, order
books, etc., made to order on short notico
at Tub Bi llf.tin office.
Mr. C. W. Wilkins, one of tho sub
stantia! men of Collinsville, this state, was
in the city yesterday and favored Tiik Bul
letin with a call.
-Services were held at tho German
Lutheran church on Thirteenth street last
''iiing. Hev. Knappe officiated and the
attendance wan jjood.
Those of our saloon keepers who con
sider themselves the subjects of unreasona
ble) demands, in that thry aro required to
pay a license n one hundred and fifty dol
lurs per iiiiniiin, can find somo consolation
in the fi-eatcr sufferings of their brothers in
Mount Vernon, III., who aro required to
pay a round one thousand dollars every
Mr. Kobler, the up town tailor, has
had a new fenne built in front of his resi
dence on Eighteenth street and other im
provements made about tho premises.
Mr. Al. Sloo, who has been confined to
his home for several days, was out again
yesterday. Ho will probably return to his
business in Kansas in the course ol a few
Mr. L. P. Parker, who will have
charge of the Ilalliday House, when it is
finished, is now traveling to the principal
cities north and east, selecting furniture,
etc., for the new hotel, which will soon bo
ready for business.
The school board of St. Lotus has de
cided that a woman's marriage incapaci
tates her tor teaching, but they forgot to
define the status of an engaged young lady.
One condition seems to be about as dis
tracting as the other.
"Manifest destiny" is looming up
again, ami it is openly talked, as a part of
the Blaiue policy, that the next great move
ment in this country will be to make North
America a republic under one government
that includes Canada and Mexico.
The dry goods store of Mr. Colin, at
Fulton, Ky., was burglarized night before
last and robbed of quite a quantity of
goods. City Marshal llobinson was noti
fied of the fact and tho circumstances in
the case, and will watch for points around
Mr. Kelly, the carpenter and bricklay
er, is building for himself a new shop near
the corner ot Twelfth street on the cast
side of Washington avenue. His old shop
which is situated on the same lots, facing
Poplar street and which is in a bad condi
tion, will be torn down when the new one
"Gatlf says: "It was a sad scene to
see Carl Schiir., the hybrid of Amer
ican politics, drop out of the game
and give way to a successson who is una
ble to lubricate a campaign with a speech
at any price. He yielded gracefully, how
ever, and to-morrow will start for Boston
and have a final wake over his dissolution."
Yesterday evening a displaced rail at
the top of the Illinois Central incline
caused three of the sleepers attached to t!ie
five o'clock Mississippi Central train, which
was being brought up tho incline, to jump
the track. After about an hour's work
they were again placed on the track and
all was well nothing having been killed
The threatened rain last night did not
interfere very much with the performance
of the Victoria Loftus combination at the
atheneum. The attendance was good and
we suppose the performance was up to the
expectations of all who went. The troupe
was certainly a large one, being com
posed of every variety of artists and had
the reputation of giving very good per
formances. As was expected the Just For Fun
club had a grand time at the residence of
Judge Coleman last night. The phantoms
were numerous and gay, giving full play to
their love of fun and frolic. They had mu
sic, dancing and an rlcgant lunch, served
by the young ladies ot the club, all of
which everybody there enjoyed heartily.
The crowd numbered about thirty five and
did not depart until late.
Carletou's Encyclopedia of general in
formation is the most complete that has
ever come under our eye. A complete
mastery of all the principal points in geog
raphy and the sciences, as well as history,
can be obtained by its aid. The subjects are
analyzed by questions and answers, and
each one is carried through without a
break, thus making it easy to follow out,
and as a book of reference rendering it
On February 21th an agent of the
Southern express company was robbed of
$282 while sitting asleep in tho Iron Moun
tain depot at Charleston, Mo.; and Frank
Orvis, night telegraph operator was sus
pected, Hiid being arrested owned up, plead
guilty in circuit court, and in exactly one
week from the tune of the robbery was
journeying towards Jefferson City on a two
years sentence, lie could scarcely explain
why he took the money; and after hu got it
he did not have the nerve to spend it but
The city of Peoria is troubled with a
haunted house, which has been the cause
of considerable newspaper comment and
excitement among the people. Several
sccanccs have hoen held theru by a full
fledged medium and the haunting spirit
has tapped upon the table in reponso to
questions asked it. Tho spirit claims to
have once inhabited tho body of a woman
who inhabited a particular room in the
haunted house, which has sinco recently
been occupied by a family. The spirit
objects to having tho room occupied, say
ing that it wants it for its own uso and
keeps up a continuous racket because its
wishes are not complied with.
Adam Forepnugli, tho great showman,
oilers u reward of ten thousand dollars to
tho most beautiful woman in tho world,
who will travel for thirty weeks with his
mammoth show, appearing in tho proces
sions and in Jho ring. He lias scattered
large posters all over the country, calling
upon liulies to send their photographs to
Chasles It. Day, his agent, at Philadelphia,
Penn. We have no doubt but that Cairo
could claim the prize, for if there is any
thing above all othor things that Cairo can
feel proud rf, it is the exquisito lovlincss of
her women; but they are all too modest to
make the application, which is only anoth
er ot their numerous virtues, and hence it is
not at all probable that the little ten thou
sand will find its way hero,
Tho people of Louisville, Ky., are
somew hat excited over the state of their
city's finances. Mayor Baxter's last mes
sage to the council, delivered about thrco
months ago, gave assurance that all the
liabilities of the city liad been promptly
met, many important internal improve
ments had been made and paid for and
thut the cash still in the treasury was
something over ninety thousand dollars.
Tho mayor attended tho late Mardi Gras
celebration at New Orleans, and during his
absence the actual state of tho municipal
affairs were inquired into by somo over
inquisitive citizens, and it was discovered
that city warrants of last year which were
long overdue, had not been paid, and that
there was no money in tho city treasury to
pay them with. What a contrast is this to
the state of Cairo's finances.
A fine illustration of the abuse of the
insanity plea in a murder cose lias just
been afforded in Cincinnati. A man named
Plyton was guilty ot tho brutal murder of
his mistress something over two years ago.
After two trials, in which tho plea of in
sanity was put forward, a jury finally ac
quitted the man. Ho was then, according
to law, rentanded to the probate court for
trial as to his sanity. The trial was con
concluded yesterday as neither the examin
ing physician nor tho court could find any
evidence of insanity about him, he was
discharged. In short, tho man committed
a murder, was cleared because lie was in
sanp, and then released becauso he was not
insane. One thing seems assured. If a
jury absolve a man from murder because of
insanity the verdict of that jury as to his
insanity should be considered final and his
confinement in an asylum made imperative.
A beautiful incident of the New Or
leans Mardi Gras celebration was that in
which the several military companies from
Boston and New York visited tUu ceme
teries of the confederate '.'end and while
standing in soldierly order, with heads
bared, the mar of cannon broke the silence
and wr.d followed by a hearty cheer from
the breasts of the boys in blue, in respect
to the vallor of those who slept beneath the
sod. It gave evidence of a manliness within
the natures of tlioie men from the north,
which is not loiind over plentiful within
the ranks of the average republican
politicians and which, if it could spread like
a poisonous contagion over all the land,
proving fatal only to the political pigmis
and conscienceless scoundrels whose thirst
for office leads thorn to abandon evrry no
ble attribute ot the human soul and seek to
keep alive the fires of hatred which good
men have sought to extinguish for the last
fifteen years if this could be done then
there would be no fierce partisanship in our
elections -then there would be no north,
no south then there would be a union in
spirit as there is a union in law. Choke off
the rabbid ignorant editors and politicians,
let the people alone and all will be well.
Bain did not appear to offer any hind
rance to the temperance people last night,
and it would have been somewhat in con
flict with their professed faith it they had
allowed it to do so. They came out from
their pallors with umbrellas and rubber
coats, and crowded Beform hall almost to
overflowing. A good treat awaited them
there -one which they did not expect; for
instead of one.there were two speakers, Hev.
Bush and Col. Lowry, tho latter having ar
rived unexpectedly on the evening train.
After the usual songs and prayer, I!ev.
Bush spoke to the throng, and in his pecu
liarly etlective style entertained the audience
lor nearly an hour. Col. Lowry followed
with a short, vigorous speech,
which was characteristic, of the
man and which carried his hearers
with linn to a full realization of all that
was said. His speech commanded the
closest attention of those present, and was
the subject of much praise afterwards.
Another prayer and another song con
cluded the exercises for tho evening. Tho
meetings will be continued throughout
next week, prominent speakers having
promised to be here.
Our readers will probably remember
that some days ago we referred in Tiik
Blllf.tin to a female "deadbcat," who
attempted in a most brazenly manner to
swindle the Planters House out of several
days' board and lodging. They will, per
haps, also call to mind 'another item, a
day or two later, in which wo spoke of a
Mrs. Harris, who was staying at the
Waverly House and who pretended to havo
been favored with a communication from
tho Buler of all, instruct ing her to go her
way and tell the fallen that Ho had como
to raiso them. It turns out that tho Plant
ers House beat and the Waverly House
saint are one and tho same person. She
was Mrs. Johnson in tho former and, presto
change, she was Mrs. Harris in tho latter.
In the former sho wrestled with
tho clerk over her . trunk, and
in tho latter sho wrestled with the Lord
over her sins. How wonderful! Truly,
tho ways of n woman are inscrutablo and
tho averHge man iinderstandeth them not.
But this Mrs. Johnson, tho beat, alias Mrs.
Harris, tho saint, was in trouble,
and troublo always makes ono more or less
desperate, Mr. Kiinbrough, the proprietor
ASA PROOF OF THE SUPERIORITY OF THE CHAM-
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. O'HAKA.
of tho Waverly house, suspected that she
was the owner of the trunk at the Planters
house and therefore not entirely as reliable
as he would like a person to be whom he
was feeding and lodging, and to prevent
her from repeating her game upon him he
demanded his pay every day. This did
not serve the woman's purpose and she be
came angry, tried to intimidate Mr. Kim
brough when he came after his money by
drawing a pistol, and when she saw that
her purpose was not being served
in this way she concluded to leave
and tramped all over town
for another place. She told the story of
her Bufferings to all who would lend her a
willing ear and she found several who
listened, but only one who was taken in.
She related to him how that sho was a
poor lone orphan, without money and with
out friends, roaming from city to city seek
ing peace, but finding it not, being buffeted
by tho cruel world wherever she went.
She longed for a kind world, for some one
to love her ami to caress her, but had long
ed in vain lor lo! these many weeks, and
then she sobbed. Her listener was a youth
of tender feelings and he drew torth his
bandana and boo-hooed. His grief was as
sincere as his head was soft, and when
ho had wept he said to tho woman, "come
you say your trunk is at the Planter's
and you wish to flee from this cruel town.
All right, I will assist you. I have fifteen
dollars m the bank, Wr T'canVgcT the
oionryja It's after banking hours. You
IncTrom Paducah and have parents and
friends in Paducah. You shall go there.
They went to the Planters House together
late night before last. The young sap
head asked for tho woman's trunk and
left his bank book as security,
and then helped both the
trunk and its owner to the
wharf-boat to take the first boat for Pa
ducah, where, perhaps, Mrs. Harris will
find among the friends ot her benefactor
what she failed to find here. Thus did
this gallant youth act the good Samaritan
towards a fellow creature, fcnd like the
good Samaritan spoken of in holy writ he
got bis reward. Before parting, he said
"josio dear, I've paid for your
Ixiard and lodging and got your trunk for
you, now won't ynu kiss me J" and she did.
George Olmsted announces himself
in Tiik Bi li.kii.n this morning as a candi
date for re-election to the office of police
magistiate. What can we say in his favor,
or more properly speaking, what can we
truthfully say about him that is not in his
favor - that does not commend liiru to the
voters ot the city as a model man, a model
official? His term of office has been mark
cd by some very important cases, and in
all tin.' decisions he has rendered, there was
visible the fairness, intelligence and honesty
of a thoroughly conscientious man who
was guided by the law correctly interpreted
and by a good judgment. Not a whisper'
connecting him with any wrong, has fallen
upon the naturally suspicious public ear,
either during the time of his official career
or before that. It honesty, competency
and faithfulness to duty entitlo a man to
public confidence, then George Olmsted
deserves that confidence, and if a perfectly
satisfactory performance of the public
trusts confided to him render a man
worthy of a reward, then GeoJge Olmsted
should receive that reward. The people
will know how to show their appreciation
of Judge Olmsted's services, and we have
no doubt will place him where he will do
them the most good.
I-jr Seed. Seed..?-:
Full line of fresh Garden and Field
Seeds just received. CUvcr Seed, White
Onion Setts, Sugar Corn, Timothy Seed,
Bed Onion Setts, Early Peas. Blue Grass
Seed, Potato, Black Wax Beans, and other
kinds; Sweet Corn, Corn Hill Beans. Seed
Oats. Our seds are fresh and will give
Full line of Plows and Plow Harness at
bottom prices, at
Nkw York Stows.
CHANGES IN PROPERTY.
John A. Becve and wife to Edward
Shaw; special warrantee deed, dated March
11th, 1881, for lot two, block tweuty, in
Hodges Park. Consideration fifteen dol
lars. J.W.Campbell and wife; special war
rantee deed, dated February 2Cth, 1881,
for lots three and four, block thirty-threo,
in city ot Cairo. Consideration two hun
dred am! seventy-five dollars.
John Hodges, sheriff, to James Bell and
Wm. P. Ilalliday; sheriff's deed, dated
March 1 Ith, 1881, for lots ono to eight, in
block one, and lots ono to eight, in block
eight, in Fifth addition to the city of
Cairo, including box lactory, machinery,
etc. Consideration six thousand dollars.
Colo is antagonistic to health, inducing
Coughs and other dangerous Bronchial dis.
,i,:..i :niriv viuld to the sooth in IT
unmr, nuiuii uun.v - ... ,, V
yet positivo influence of Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup. Prico vo ceuw wuie,
AJvtrtiitmntt in mmmrti (tut huiinai cards)
of flrt Iiiui or tut in tku column, 10 cnt, imK in
tiritm. A COOKING HTOVtt for ule.wlth Iwo Iron pot.,
V twobtlte pan nd two Krlddlon; will bu ola
for ten dollar. Apply t Bulletin office.
WANTED-Partner with niall capital to en
gai'ii In a paying maiiufaclurlnif limine, Ac
ply at No. 81 Ohio Levee.
VOH HENT-Ilooni. runiirlied oy iinfiiriilHbed
A with or without board, at reasonable ralea
Apply at Bulletin building.
rpHE CITY NATIONAL BANK
W. P. HALLIDAY, President.
H. L. IJALLIIlAY. Vlro Tre1deM.
TH08. W. HALLIDAY, C'ahler.
iTAiTlTATLOB, w. P. HAI.MIUT,
RIMr t. HAUJDtT, H. H CCNNINSHAN,
a. o. wujJAiiaoN, htki-uih Mian.
H. B. t'ANIlIC.
Exchanjre. Coin and United States Bonda
BOUGHT AND bOLI).
Depoatta received and a ireneral tanlcin hdtr
eonrfaetad. - - '
YOCUM & UKODERIUK,
STAPLE and FANCY
Washington Avenue, Cor.
CAIHO . . ILI.S
BOOTH AND U11UKS
Atheneum Building Commercial Av.
'e only the ery Boat Imported Stork and em
ploy the nioai competent workmen .
RICKS REASONABLE and tifacllorf
STOVES AND TINWAKE.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Manufacturer of and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KINDS 0? JOU WOltK DONE TO OBDER.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo. - - Illinois
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN" TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIElt & CO.. 1
Cor. Nineteenth atreet) PnitA Til.
Commercial Avenue UlirO,
Qt W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
constantly on hand
At Seventy-live cents per load.
At one dollar per load.
Tho "trimming" ere eoer ahavlng and mik
thebet summer wood for cooking purpose well
M the cheapen ever (old In Cairn. For blck
pmlth't ne In letting tire, they are uneqnaued.
Leave your order at the Tenth etrevt wood yard.