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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 13, 1881.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OAm: Bulletin Building, Wiwblngton Aventw
gNTKRKU AT Til It I'OHT OKFICS IN CAlllO, IL
I.1NOIH, AS SECOND-CLASS MATTER.
LOCAL WEATHER Klil'OKT.
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perature fx) : Rainfall, 0 10 inch.
Riwr, 3H feet Inchea, Full 'i lurl'"jj RAY
Scrir't Signal Coroa, D. 8. A.
llitvlnii !-tt millrtit'd by my frlriidH and ly a
gn at number ol i'ili.i'ii who Uaw hurrtoforu bi'iu
opposed lo tm in niriiin lu-comu ft csmliduto for
tne mayoralty of Ihi- city of Cairo, I hereby an
uouiice Mnflf for that position, ploilniiic to the
voter of Cairo to do an heretofore, mil to alilik
uiy duty in the hour of peril, and aurt Ilium that
ell mv action ahull tie to the interest of lairo sud
h"r citizen . I r- m.iin y o i i tm r.r o tfi m y N , p K (j
At the earueft aolu-llallon or ninny citt.ena- Irre
pecilve of color or politic, I liavu connentedto
become a candidate lor tho olllcu of City Clerk,
and reepeclfullv aik the a live and willing support
ol ali wlio arc lBVorble to my randidary
.INU. J. IUK1).
Cairo, 111.. Mnrch Mth, Irwl.
poll I'OI.RK MAI.IHTIIATE.
I'leaar announce inn a a in ml I dut . fur re electiou
to Urn olllcu of rolii c MiiuiHlrnte ill lliu (-imtiiug
city elrctlnn. Ileepeelfiiliy,
' CiKO K OLMSTED.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In till column, hvn cent per linn, each
Insertion, for one mouth, 50 cetita pur line.
Closing Out, Hoots ami Shoes.
Haying a vcr luru Btock of winter
giHuk on hand consist iiij of (tents', Lad)"'
and Childrcna' wwed ami pegged Hoots and
Shootj, I liave determined to close it out at
prices that defy competition, in order to
make room for an immense stock of spring
Roods which will hegin in arrive soon. If
in want of anything in my line I would ad
vise you to call on m before purchasing
elsewhere, as I will assure you good bar
gains. I invite all to call and see for
Micmsf'lvi's. C. Koch.
No. !)0 Commercial avenue lietween Fifth
and Sixth streets. Cairo Ills.
Oysters! Fisli! Oame!
Fresh oyster, fine and fat, for sale, by the
can or by the hundred! liulk oysters re
ceived daily from Mobile, and Baltimore
oysters received in cans, direct trom the
packers, by every express. Fish of all
kinds constantly on hand ami always fresh.
The "Hed Snapper,'" the king among fish
and the delight of epicures, fresh from the
gulf. Send your orders to the headquarters
foroysters and fish, coiner Ohio Levee and
Eighth street. ltoiiiiUT Hkwitt, Ag't.
Mine. Deinorest's New Patterns just re
ceived at YV. E. Uholson's. Call and get
Farm for Sale.
700 acres of land in Johnsou county, III.,
one mile west of Belknap on tho C. ifc V. It.
It.; about !10() acres in a fine state of cul
tivation; has good buildings, fine spring
water, well, Bud cisterns. Price $10.00 per
acre, cash. M. J. IIowi ky,
Heal Estate Agent.
Messrs. Chess, Carlcy & Co. have re
moved their oil ollice from below the Hal
liday House to No. 7.' Ohio Levee, up
Use Tiik Caiko Bi'M.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 W in.
Alba, near tho 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 'vishing a first class
hair-cut, shave or slminpoou should call at
the parlor of Wm. Alba.
Mounted and varnished maps of Cairo,
for sale, at Tiik Bulletin ollice.
All persons, owing taxes on real estate or
personal property, will take notice that I
will be found in my olllcu from 8 o'clock
a. w.tn 0 o'clock p. in., for the purpose of
receiving the same. There is money saved
by paying taxes at once. Call and see.
Slierifl" and Collector
Caiho, III., March ;i, 1881.
A good stock of paper, expressly for
Ilektograph use, Tor sale at Tiik dullktin
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in tho world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, fever sores,
etter, chapped hands, chilblains., corns, and
all kinds of skin eruptions. This salvo is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
every case or money refunded. Price, 25
cents per Imx. For sale by (Jko. E. O'Haha
COllill BY ltd.
The attention of the public it called to
the especial fact that tho assignment of
John Taber, closing business under 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 bo conducted
by S. II. Talier, and any articles left with
him at the old htand, 123 Commercial ave
nuc.'wiU not only be kept separate and
apart, but receive prompt attention, and all
workmanship guaranteed oh money re
funded. I ask a continuation of your lib
eral patronage, Respectfully, etc.
128 Com. uve., Cairo, 111.
Try It! Try It!
Uso tho Pantagraph Binder. Covers furn
ished free of charge. No extra charge
over ordinary binding for tho tablets.
Furnished only by Tun Caiko Bulletin
for putting up Letter, Note, Bill Heads and
other printed stationery.
A car load or choice Michigan Apples
just received and for sale by 0. M. Ai.dkn,
78 Ohio Levee.
Mrs. Samuel Fisher has received a fresh
stock of now family groceries, including a
supply of fine pickled salmon new and
nice. Try them. Store on Washington
avenue, between Ninth & Tenth street.
Fun Sams. Lot -I, block 40, in the city
of Cairo; lot 7, block 1!), and lot 42, block
20, in the first addition to the city of Cairo.
For information as to terms of sale, etc.,
apply to the undersigned, or to John M.
Lansden. Thomas O'Cai.laii.vn.
March 12th, 1881.
Madame and Prof. Floyd have increcsed
their facilities for the accommodation of
their increased ivitronage, by having se
cured another large room adjoining their
school on Walnut, between Iivelttli anil
Thirteenth streets. Day school, 9 a. m.
Ladies' class at l, and night school at 7 p.
in. Terms low, but invariably in advance
New York Earlv Hose at J. C. Clark's,
on Eighth street.
The best of corned beef in any quantity
desired can be had at Fred Keohler's sam
ple shop on Eighth street, between the
avenues. Other meats of the best uuality
also always on hand. Call upon Fred if
yon want good meats.
A New Saloon.
I would respectfully call the attention of
tho Cairo public and my friends in Ken
tucky to the fact that I 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, Kentuckey
whiskies and other liquors.
A. F. Wiley.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In them colnmna, ten cwila pr line,
each inaertion. Marked
The poet Longfellow was 74 years old
Fresh oysters at A. T. DeBaun's, 50
The new postmaster general was once
a printer's devil.
Lawrence Barrett, thetiagedian, called
on the president Thursday.
Fresh oysters at A. T. DeBaun's 50
Land sold at auction near Jackson
ville 200 acres at $05 per acre.
Leading democratic senators appear to
favor a compromise organization of the
Fresh oysters at A. T. DeBaun's, 50
Check books, receipt books, order
books, etc., made to order on short notice
at Tiik Bulletin office.
Baptist services will be held at Itcform
hall this morning and evening, by Kev. A.
J. Hess. The public is invited to attend.
We have a letter from Mrs. Sally Dig
on file, which will be published as soon as
a note ot introduction from her to the editor
The piling for Ilalliday Brother's new
coal dump is now about finished. Work
on the superstructure will probably begin
The Hibernian fire company will meet
this afternoon at their engine house for tho
purpose of testing their new suction and
play pipe, which arrived a few days ago.
Tho little boy of Mr. Boot Penn
strayed away from homo yesterday evening
and at nearly nine o'clock had not been
heard from. Mr. Penn was out looking
for him until late in the night, but whether
ho found him or not we do not know.
C. I). Oilmore, lawyer, has brought suit
claiming f 200,000 damage against Carl
Schurz for debarringhiin,without just cause,
from practising in the interior department.
Col. Lowry left yesterday for Louisana,
Mo., on the Missouri river, whero he will
continue his labors in the cause of tem
perance. Ho goes trom there to tho cen
tral part of the state.
Mr. T. M. Kimbrough has built a new
plank walk in front of his hotel, tho
vvavorly House, and has his largo tank
ready to receive water. It will be fed
from tho ro.r of the hotel.
Yesterday morning the horsoWtachcd
to tho delivery wagon ot Messrs. Yocum &
Brodcrick, while standing near Ilalliday
Ilro's warehouso on Ohio levee, became
frightened at a bargo canvass that was
being handled by the men, and the driver
being away, dashed up tho levee with tho
wagou at his heels. Ho ran for some dis
tance without doing any damage to tho
wagon, but, before reachiojf homo, ho tore
it all to pieces by coming in contact with
-A Chicago butter dealer has just tail
ed, tho remote cause of his troublo being
tho shipment to England of butter adulter
ated with lard. Satisfaction over such a
failure ought to be general.
To be healthy it is necess-iry to drink
and use puro water; to get pure water
your cisterns must be cleaned; to have
your cisterns cleaned you must call on
Haw kins. Head his notice in another col
umn. Jessie Griffith, of Swansonville, Va.,
went up to the county court, last week,
and lodged a complaint against a horse
drover, named Lester, for stealing his wife
and taking her away to one of tho westorn
counties of (ho state.
Olivo Woods sues tho Franklin Life
Insurance company, of Indianapolis, for
$5,000, on life of her husband, who com
mitted suicide 48 hours after policy
was issued. Company will set up that he
was insane when he made application.
Angus Cameron, of Wisconsin, the
man elected to Carpenter's place in the
United States senate, is a long-headed
Scotchman, equally well known in the
northwest for his shrewdness in politics
and in business ventures.
The great number of teams and saddle
horses that surrounded our business houses
yesterday all day gave evidence of an im
provemeut in the country roads all around
us. The roads in Missouri, particularly,
are reported to be in a first rate condition.
Another barge load of rock for Eighth
street is being unloaded on the levee oppo
site Eighth street. It will take about one
barge load more to paTc the street, but
then we may rest assured that the street
will always be one of the best iu the city.
On St. Patrick's day, in the evening,
Rev. Father Ecklcs, of St. Louis, will be
here and deliver a lecture in St. Patrick's
churc'u on the corner of Ninth street and
Washington avenue. The proceeds uf the
lecture will be used to insure the church.
The Wisconsin legislature has rejected
the prohibition and woman suffrage amend
ments to the constitution of that state.
The objection to imitating Maine's style of
keeping a jug in the house and Wyoming's
style of politics seems to be just as general
There will be the usual morning and
evening services t the Presbyterian church
to-day, Rev. B. Y. George officatinir. The
Sunday afternoon services at the Delta
engine-house will be held on the last Sun
day in every month, instead ot the first as
The Illinois Central railroad
company has reconstructed alsmt
three hundred feet of its
trestle, situated between here and Cache
river bridge. The work of reconstruction
will continue until the entire trestle is
A new steam water-pump arrived for
the Illinois Central railroad company yes
day. It will be set up in the place or the
old one (which is out of order) back of the
stone depot on the river bank, and will be
used to pump water into the boilers for the
The revenue committee having report
ed unfavorably on Mr. Linegar's bill to tax
the gross receipts of railroad, telegraph,
express and insurance companies, he (Mr.
Linegar) presented a minority report, hih!
the two reports were made a special order
for Thursday next week at eleven o'clock.
Tho Itev. Mr. Wendle.who last Sunday
denounced tho Cincinnati school board of
education as "composed principally of men
low in flioials, mental culture and social
standing," was on Monday night elected to
fill a vacancy in that body; but he declines
and says the proffer ot the place is an in
We regret very much that we could
not find room for a very interesting item
which the secretary ot the Library Associa
tion kindly furnished us. It is tho secre
tary's report for tho last year and would
havo been excellent reading matter for to
day ; but we arc compelled to let it stand
over for Tuesday's isaho.
The old building that was standing
back of Messrs Swoboda & Schultze's
grocery house, which has been removed
onto a vacant lot on he south side of Nine
teenth street, between Washington avenue
and Poplar street, is being repaired and
changed so as to make a nice comfortable
dwelling and will probably bo for rent
The people around Nineteenth street
are still waiting to have tho sidewalk at
the corner of Nineteenth street and Com
mercial avenue repaired. It is true that
those whose duty it is to do this havo had
their hands full of late and cannot servo
in all parts of tho city at once, but this par
ticular place has long been in a bad condi
tion and the people havo somo reason for
another wagon. Tho firm then borrowed
another wagon and hitched the horse up
again. Tho driver h,id tho team backed
up In front of the store and was about to
loud a barrel ot Hour onto tho wagon whon
a boy threw a top, which flew over tho
horse's head and caused him, to start off at a
teritlc rate onco more. This tirao ho made
lor his stable, which is situated In tho yard
of thu City Brewory, and ho ran through
tho gateway leading from tho street into
tho yard without touching anything, but as
ho entered the stable door he left tho
wagon behind, a total wreck, the door being
too uarrow for it to enter. Messrs. Y. &
B. were compelled therefore to borrow
another wagon in order to be able to dehv
er their goods.
Another county heard from. The
"Benton Standard," of Benton, III., clips
the item recently published inTiiKBuL
let in about Mrs. Ilarrlsa, the hotel-beat
and "masher," and recognizes in her a
Mrs. Mat Sanders, who was probably
guilty of somo deviltry in that city. But
Cairo can congratulate herself on being rid
of her and owes the youth who so disinter
estcdly lent his services to get her away a
debt ot gratitude.
All our churches will point out the
way to virtue and to heaven to-day. All
our ministers are at their posts of
duty ami havo prepared themselves
through tho week just past to entertain
and instruct the pooplo to-day; there is,
therefore, good reason to believe that the
food for thought furnished from tho dif
ferent pulpits to-day will bo abundant and
rich in quality. Everybody should gird
their loins and go to some one ot tho houses
The Rev. Dr. Armstrong, of Alton
will be in Cairo near the closo of this week
to assist in a scries of meetings in tho Pres
byterian church. His labors in other
places, during tho last year, have been very
highly appreciated and very successful.
He was for many years pastor of tho Pres
byterian church in Alton, but gave up his
charge in order to superintend the homo
missionary work within tho bounds of the
synod of Illinois south. He will be nc
companied, in his efforts, by Mr. Douglas,
a layman, who is said to be a very efficient
One case in Judge Olmsted's court
yesterday was all the police business trans
acted in the city. Tnis was the case of Mr
Lawson, the man who, Bom's time ago,
while working tinder Mr. Hotchkiss at one
of the pile drivers on the Cairo & Vincen
nes incline below the city, got his hand
mashed. He (Lawsnnj sued the contractor,
Hotchkiss, for damages in the sum of one
hundred dollars and the case was to be
tried by jury. But after some reflection
the judge decided that he had no jurisdic
tion in the matter, and the case was dis
missed. The lxys of the city arc a little too
bold of late iu their phys. They gather in
crowds upon the side-walks and at the
street corners in the most populous portions
of the city and throw tops and balls and
Ulk slang in a manner that is calculated
not only to frighten horses but
to offend pas.-er.i-by who have a right to be
exempt from such things. Permit us to
call the attention of the police to the prev
alance of the small boy and to beg that
they provide themselves with a shingle and
use it whenever occasion offers not to
maim, but to make all proper impression.
This would be fundamental reform.
In another column this morning will
be found the announcement of Mr. Alfred
Coinings as candidate for police magistrate.
Justice Comings is an old citizen of Cairo,
and is probably as well known to the voters
of the city as any man in Alexander coun
ty. He has tilled many offices of trust in
an acceptable manner to his constituents,
is an educated gentleman which, with a
good knowledge of law, will enable him, if
elected, to administer justice .is police
magistrate fairly and impartially under all
circumstances and in a manner that will
never cause the people who elected him to
regret their choice.
County court commences in the court
house to-morrow, Judge It. S. Yocum pre
siding, and the most important cases that
are likely to come up before it are those
which result from tho indictments found
by the hut Kthw jury. Chief anioni: these
are the following: The people vs. B. F.
Duncan anil Jessm Duncan; Andrew J.
Brown; Mary and Maggie Lee; Julia Jones:
II. A. Hannon; Bridget Calahan; Geo. W.
Mch'eaig; Maria Geek; Alex Sweeney and
Ed. Coleman; Francis Vincent; Alex. H.
Ireland; Win. Robarts; Nathanial
Newman; Johnson Fisher; Grace Winsor;
John Smith and J. Anderson.
-- From the last issue of the Charleston
(Mo.) Courier wo learn that the now Dan
forth hotel of that city, which burnt down
several days ago, was occupied in ono cor
ner on the first floor by a saloon, and that
the fire caught in tho saloon and spread
rapidly trom room to room until tho entire
building was in flames and entirely beyond
the control of the fire department. The
hotel cost Mr. Danforth something over
seyen thousand dollars and was not insured.
Besides the total destruction of the hotel
and the saloon, a drug store near by and
mr. rrana Schuh's confectionorv and tn.
bacco store were badly damaged. These
latter were partially covered by insurance,
Eli Perkins drew a cood audienco to-
gethor at Reform hall hut n in-lit and In aav
that ho entertained everybody well is put
ting it entirely too mildly. His lecturo was
not exclusively composed of jokes, without
carrying with them anv moral.
but he minded tun ami
instruction n such a manner that
nono who heard could fail in K l,ni,
agreeably entertained whilo thnro and
Ctirry ttWay with tlletn anmnlhlnrf that
would bear moro serious thought that
ASA PROOF OF THE SUPERIORITY OF THE CHAM
J PI ON TRUSS we would state that it is now supplied to
the U. S. Army, Navy and Pension Department, also tho
U. S. Marine Hospital Service. They are now used exclu
sively by Eminent Physicians. See them before buying
GEO. E. O'lIAKA.
called for more than a mere burst of laugh
ter. The speaker was frequently interrup
ted by applause and laughter and his jokes
will probably bo remempered by nany long
after ho hasforgotton all about Cairo.
Yesterday afternoon tho ferryboat
Three States, on her two o'clock trip, took
aboard from tho Missouri shore, a cow a
little old rough skinned cadaverous looking
muUly cow, with a peculiar blecr in the
off eye and a shambling gait, and she
looked as though she'd been fed on corn
whs for ten months. Sho camo aboard
gently and looked so harmless that she
was allowed the freedom of the boat. But
it appears that sho was tired of life, just
like a good many other people, and she
watched her chance to commit suicide
When the carpenter, who was puttinu a new
jack staff in the bow of the boat and
hail torn away the railing to the extent of
about six feet, went to auother part of the
Ixmt to get some tool, tho cow deliberately
walked up to the breach and jumped into
the river right in front of the lioat which
was running at full speed. She went un
der, of course, and the boat passed over her
ami she came up behind the boat, having
liceu struck by the wheel, which sent her
whirling around in the great waves made
by it. Captain John Hacker noticed
the accident and stormed thn
boat as - soon as possible
The yawl was lowered and clerk Bob. De
vore and a negro went out after the unfor
tunate cow. They caught her, tied a rope
around her neck and towed her to the
Kentucky shore, where she was landed.
cold ami wet ami somewhat bruised, but
still alive and, after being trotted about for
a short time, she was all right again
and went with her owner whither
soever he desired to i?o.
147' Seed. See J. .-J
Full line of fresh Oarilen and Field
Seeds iust received. Claver Seed. Whiti
Onion Setts, Sugar Corn, Timothy Seed,
ueu union Setts, harly Peas, Blue Grass
Seed. 1 otato. l.liirk Wax l.rans and other
kinds; Sweet Corn, Corn Hill Beans, Seed
Oats. Our swells are fresh and will give
Full line of Plows and Plow Harness at
bottom prices, at
New Youk Stork.
Mr. B. O. Jones, editor of the Massac
Journal, was in Cairo yesterday.
Mr. T. W. Gum and wife, of Anna, 111.,
were at the Planters House yesterday.
MissSallie Roberta, of Cobden, Ills., was
among the guests of the Planters House
Mr. II. M. Smith, Jr., of Olmsted, III.,
was in Cairo yesterday, registered at the
Hotel de Winter.
Mr. Thomas Wills and wife left yester
day for St. Louis, from whence they will go
to Texas and other states south.
Lieut. J. S. Powell, the inspecting officer
of the United States signal service arrived
in the city yesterday to inspect the station
"Eli Perkins" was at both the Planter's
House and tho Hotel de Winter at the
same lime yesterday. Ho is certainly a
Messrs. John II. Brown, Wra. Wetter-
worth, C. Murphy and O. C. Kraum, of St.
Louis, Mo., were guests at the Planters
Among the guests of the Hotel De Win
ter yesterday were Messrs M. F. Flinn and
It. Trevor, ot St. Louis; George A. Shivers,
of Louisville; J. F. Jackson, of Chicago
and Fred Lanter, of Cincinnati, Ohio .
Republican members of the United
States senate seem greatly troubled over
the discourtesy of democratic members in
going on with the body's organization
belorc new republican members are elected
and tho prone nt democratic advantage lost.
It is ridiculous to suppose that the demo
crats, or republicans, would loso Huch an
opportunity. Lofty courtesy in politics,
whon it involves loss of power, is not only
out of dato but would be absurd. Tho
democrats in seizing an opportunity are
exercising a right which no politician will
lonestly deny them.
W New York. -J
KAIILY ROSB SKKD.
.Tllst received 1.1(1 l,Ma nf "Knvt Vnrk
Carly Rose Seed Potatoes. Direct from tho
East, choice Seed.
New York Stork-
Cistern h! Cisterns!
Thn biiililinrt nf nnur nnri rlaninff out
and reiinirbwr L1 fdutnrna u anecialitY,
vj m . . . . vy.wv.. .... i
Orders by postal promptly attended to.
J, D. IIA"""--Afirn
ii IliTixiivMiiMKivn inn Broadway,
T-essnn ol' tin, v. HLin ituuii Hall trrounus,
says lie has UBod tho Ecloctric Oil for
sprains and contusions mislainod by ball
playing, and considers it invaluable. In
ono instance whore his thumb was severely
sprained a steady application of it cured
t.i... i ......'. Paul G. Rehllh
niui in less man u unrD - "
QEO. S. O'DABA.
AJvrtununl, in nonpanil (not buintti cnrJ.S
Y.Z " 10 fc!
A COOKING 8TOVR for talalwlth t, Iron poll
for ten aollare. Apply at Bulletin office.
-lyANTED-PartnerwIlbaimallcapltal to en-
puK REHT-Hoiiiiia.runaaJied or unfurnished
with or without hoard, at ri-anin.lt .. ...
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Saturday Evening March 19.
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Will proaont Oflenharh'a flri-atc.! Kurort
Translated and adapted from thn Krcnrh ejpre.,
iy lor Alice Oat
ROLAND, a younjr adtetitiiriT fE (iaTKS
i v J J '.h" r,h",,Hri"l' - t'a. Allnon
T E K KI Klo. Vi rJl-rlt J aV'I ' Junes
TU E M LXKTKK It ' --iC
1 UK MLLETKMl t ower
I Creditor! of Ho land 1
BOOTS AND UHUK8
Atheneum Building; Commercial Av.
nH'.?ny ,he y'n 'k'1 InWl Stork and em
ployg the inoai competent noikmin.
STOVES AND TINWARE.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AXD STYLES,
Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KINDS OF JOB WOKE DONE TO ORDER.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo, . . Illinois
NEW YORK STOKE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIEU & CO.,
Cor. Nineteenth Htroctl fninn Til
Commercial Avenue I I a 1IO, lilt
Qt W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kiudliiis
coniuntly on Dana
At Seventy-live cents jier load.
At one dollar per load.
The "trtmmlnin"ira eoarna ahavinea and malta
the beat mmmor wood for cooklnu pnrponeaas well
the cboapeat ever aold In Cairo. For black
mllh't Uiolnaettinn tlmi, they are uuequalied.
Leave yonr order at the Tenth atrnet wonrl yard
Mayor N. B. TblaUewood.
TrBMurer Edward Deaonla.
Clerk Dennis. J, Foley,
Counaelor Wm. B. Olfhort.
Marelial-J. H. Roblnaon.
Attorney William Hendrtcki.
BOARD Or ALUIHMSN.
riral Ward-M. J Howley. Peter Sanp.
Second Ward-Darld T. Linear, Junao Hlnklo
Third Ward-Egbert Bmith. B. K, Blako.
Fourth Ward Charlm n. Ptlnr. A,l,l,,t, o
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Fifth Wtrd-T. W. HaUlday, Ernoit B. Pettit.