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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 15, 1881.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY
iNTlRKD AT THE POflT OFFIC IK CAIRO, IL
UNOIrS, AS E(X)NlCLAM MATTEH.
LOCAL WKATI1KH KKl'OKT.
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Serg'l Signal Corps, V. B. A.
Mr. Editor: , ..,,.
Ilavluii bi'im ullrll'n liy my frli-nds'siul y
un-al number or oillxi'iis who Uavo inm-lorurf nt'i-n
uiipoafri in mc.io again hecoino randutsle lor
the i mayoralty of thu city of Cairo, I liwhy mi
nonnce rovwir for I hat position. pU-lui "
voters of i'airo to do as hureUiloro, U"l to shirk
my duly In I he hour of peril, and ssmini llnni that
all my actions slisll lie to the Inton-st ( I'airo autl
her cl.l.en-. I remain ''''NTKii,
Jtr Editor: , .,, .
At the earned solicitation of mauy cill.His- irre
spective of color or politic", I have consented to
become a candidate lor the office of Cliy Clerk,
and respectfully ak the active and wllltnu support
of all who are lavorulile to my candidacy
iJ N O. i) 1 I Kl
Cairo, Ills., March Huh, IW1.
Bavins been solicited by a iitimher of my friends
SI over IIIO Cliy 10 necome a e.nuniuiiiw mm i.i.j i
in Iho cumins city election, I iHirehy, lu compli
ance, with the wishes thim ciprcssiid, aiinoiiace
myself ana candidate for 1 tint office, anil hope that,
all my friends will stand by m.
JOHN I.AM.l .
JOU POLICE MAGISTRATE.
i'leain-announce me as a candidal;) for ru-e.lec.tlon
to the. nlllce of Police Magistrate, at the ensuing
city election. Respectfully, ,.,,
JEU K. OLMSTED.
We are autliorl.ed to announce Mr. ALFRED
COMINOSns a candidate lor the office of Police
MaElstratcfor the city of Cairo at the cominircity
IT,t n.tllntln TIimbp ainmnnre mv nnille US an
Independent candidate for the olllce of City Ireas
urer at the ensuing, city election
THOMAS J. KKRTI1.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In this column, Ave cents per line, each
Insertion. Kor one month, 50 cents pur line.
Closing: Out, I!ooto and SIioon.
Haying a vi.'ry lurgo stock of winter
goods on hand consisting of Gents', LaoVs'
and Chililrene' sewed and peggoil IJootu and
Hioes, I have dctmninwl to close it out at
prices that defy competition, in order to
make room for an immense stock of spring
goods which will hegin io arrive soon. If
in want of anything in my line I would ad
vise you to call on me before purehasing
elsewhere, as I will assure you good bar
gains. I invite nil to call ami see for
themselves. C. Kocit.
No. 00 Commercial avenue between Fifth
tnd Sixth streets. Cairo Ills.
Oysters! Fish! (iaiue!
Fresh oyster, fine and fat, for sale, by the
can or by the hundred! liulk oysters re
ceived daily from Mobile, and llaltimoru
oysters received in cans, direct trom the
packers, by every express. Fish of all
kinds constantly on hand and always fresh.
The "Red Snapper," the king among tish
and the delight of epicures, fresh from the
gull. Send your orders to the heiidiniarters
for oysters and fish, corner Ohio Levee and
Eighth street. IIobekt Hkwitt, Ag't.
Farm for Sale.
700 acres of land in Johnson county, III.,
one mile west of Ilclknap on the C. it V. H.
H.; about 300 acres in a tine state of cul
tivation; has good buildings, tine spring
water, well, and cisterns. Price $10.00 per
acre, cash. M. J. IIowi.kv,
Real Kstatc Agent.
Use Tuk Cairo Bcm.ktin scratch books,
for sale at tho office, 1200 leaves to the
The 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 are em
ployed there. Persons wishing a first class
liair-eut, shave or shainpoon should call at
the parlor of Win. Alba.
Mounted and varnished mans of Cairo,
for sale, at Tun Bulletin 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 the same. I here is money saved
by paying taxes at once. Call and sec.
Sheriff and Collector
Caiho, III., March a, 1H8I.
A good stot k of paper, expressly for
licktograph use, for sale at Tiik Bulletin
Bucklcn's Arnica Salve.
The lest salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, lever sores,
etter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds of skio eruptions. This salve is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
every caws or money refunded. Price, 25
cents per box. For sale by Oko. E. O'Haka
Notice to Contractors.
Bias will be received until Saturday, for
building a two story brick addition 20
feet long to my store ; work to be commenced
immediately, For further particulars ap
ply at the store. C. Koch,
Bn it and Shoe Dealer,
8-14, 1S81. 'JO Commercial Ave.
5-fT New York. JH
EARLY HOSK sued.
Just received 1.10 bbls of New York
Krly Rose Seed Potatoes. Direct from the
East, choice Seed.
New Yokk Stoke.
The building of new and cleaning out
and repairing old cisterns a speciality.
Orders by postal promptly attended to.
.1. S. Hawkins.
W Seed. Seed. aH
Full lino of resit (Sarden and Field
Seeds just received. Over Seed, White
Onion' Setts, Sugar Corn, Timothy Seed,
Red Onion Setts, Early Pens, Blue Crass
Seed, Potato, Black Wax Beans, and other
kinds: Sweet Corn, Corn Hill Beans. Seed
Oats. Oursweds are fresh and will give
Full line of Plows and Plow Harness at
bottom prices, at
New Youk Stohe.
The attention of the public is called to
the especial fact that the assignment of
John Taber, closing business under the
name of Taber Brothers, docs 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 nny articles left with
him at the old stand, l'JS Commercial ave
nue, will not only be kept separate and
apart, but receive prompt attention, and all
workmanship ocauantked on money kk
fdnded. I ask a continuation of your lib
eral patronage, Respectfully, etc.
8. H. Tauku,
128 Com. ave., Cairo, III.
Mme. Deuiorcst's New Patterns just re
ceived at W. E. Gholson's. Call and get
Try It! Try It!
Use the Pantagraph Binder. Covers furn
ished free of charge. No extra charge
over ordinary binding for the tablets.
Furnished only by The Caiho Bulletin
for putting up Letter, Note, Bill Heads and
other printed statiouery.
A car load or choice Michigan Apples
just received and for sale by 0. M. Aldkn,
'78 Ohio Levee.
Mrs. Samuel Fisher has received a fresh
stock of new family groceries, including a
supply of fine pickled salmon new and
nice. Try them. Store on Washington
avenue, between Ninth & Tenth street.
Fou Sale. Lot 4, block 40, in the city
of Cairo; lot 7, block 10, and lot 42, block
20, in tho 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'Callaiian.
March 12th, 1881.
Madamo and Prof. Floyd have increesod
their facilities for the accommodation of
their increased patronage, by having se
cured another large room adjoining their
school on Walnut, between Tweltth and
Thirteenth streets. Day school,!) a. m.
Ladies' class at 3, and night sehaol at p.
m. Terms low, but invariably in advance.
The best of corned beef in any ttiantity
desired can be had at Fred Keohler's sam
ple Bhop on Eighth street, between the
avenues. Other meats of the best quality
also always on hand. Call upon Fred if
you want good meats.
A New Saloon.
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 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.
Notices In these colnmna, ton runs per lino,
each Insertion. Marked
See notice of seamstresses wanted, in
ten cent column.
130 is the telephone number at
residence of Dr. Marfan.
Moro telephone wires were put
along Commercial avenue yesterday.
The city council meets to-night
will transact somo business of importance.
A man named Cib. White was shot by
another named Harrison Sherlleld, in Car-
mi, III., last Friday.
Check books, receipt books, order
books, etc., mado to order on short notice
at Thb Buu-ktin office.
Jimmie Cannon w ill not return home
as was reported. He has decided to re
main at college until ho graduates.
A neat cottage and lots on Tenth, be
tween Walnut and Washington, is advertis
ed tor talc in another column this morning.
-The stern wheel steamer T. T. Hill-
man, Capt. Ambrose, proprietor, was sold
last Saturday to a Mr. Stein, of Jefferson
City, for the sum of threo thousand dallars.
Mrs. Frank Oazola met with a severe
internal injury several days ago by falling
from a chair, while attempting to light tho
RM. Rho has been confined to hor bed
Mr. C. Koch went to St. Louis yester
day on business. In another column will
be found hii advertisement for bids for
building a two-Btory brick house to accom
modate his large tock, and increasing
business. This incroasu in business may
bo accounted tor by tho tact that ho is a
steady advertiser in Tbe Bulletin.
Mr. Albert Thompson, a Missouri far
mer, has reali.ed over seven thousand dol
lars from his corn crop -this year, having
sold thousands ol bushels to the merchants
of Cuiro alone.
Tho grocery stores of Messrs. Swohoda
& Sclmltze have been removed from their
old site into the new, under tho direc
tion of Mr. Robert Baird, where it will re
main until the new iron front, brick store
Harry Walker's bands havo again ex
changed places. The Paducah band, with
Al. Ooss as leader, made the rounds here
again yesterday oud tho uniformed band
lias gone back to Paducuh, we suppose.
Goss' bund made splendid music yesterday.
On St. Patrick's day, in tho cvoning,
Rev. Father Eckles, of St. Louis, will be
here and deliver a lecture in St. Patrick's
church on the corner of Ninth street and
Washington avenue. Tho prweeds of the
lecture will bo used to insure the church.
"Bill Scott," who runs tho saloon
known as Scott's Congress below Fourth
street, and which is a notorious resort for
men and women of doubtful character,
was arrested and tried before Judge Olm
sted yesterday, on the chargo of permitting
gambling in his place, but, lor the want of
sufficient evidence, was discharged.
Yesterday afternoon, as the Comiqtie
band was passing the court house, a horse
attached to a buggy and tied to the railing
around the court house pump, broke loose
and made a violent effort to run away; but
the wheels of the. buggy caught between
the sidewalk and the railing aforesaid and
le didn't get away. One side of the buggy
top was broken off, which was all the dam
The little boy of Mr. Boot Perm, who
was reported us lost Saturday night, and
was being searched for by his father, reap
peared at home before his father did, and
then was sent out in search of him. He
had gone over tho river on the transfer
steamer Morgan with a youthful friend of
his, and the boat was delayed beyond her
usual time by some disorder in her ma
chinery. He did not arrive home until ten
o'clock at night.
The two greatest sensations of the last
few days were the assassination of the Czar
of Russia and the burning of the elegant
steamer James Howard, at St. Louis, on
Sunday night at ten o'clock. Both of these
events are noticed more at length elsewhere.
The steamer Howard was finished in the
year 1870 at a cost of $240,000. Sho was
considered an unusually lucky boat, having
never been on the docks tor repairs and
never meeting with any accident.
Saturday morning at ono o'clock an
other fire occurred in Paducah, Ky., in the
principlo portion of the town, destroying
the restaurant of Messrs. Boyd and Wash.
It was a two story brick, the property of
Mrs. Fannie Holland, of Ballard county,
Ky., and was insured for twelve hundred
dollars. The fire originated in tho kitchen
spreading rapidly over the entire building,
but the fire department did good work and
prevented it from spreading -to adjoining
We announce Mr. Thomas J. Kertli
this morning as a candidate for treasurer.
He is the first that has so far come out fur
that position and ono of tho best gentlemen
in the city tor any position. He is an old
citizen, has held many offices of trust and
always discharged his duties with credit to
himself and satisfaction to the people. He
is in every way well qualified for the posi
tion and would, without a doubt, hold the
office in a manner that will give those who
may bo instrumental in electing him every
reason to be proud of their choice.
John Lally, or "Jack," as ho is famili
arly known, comes out in this morning's
issue of The Bulletin, as a candidate for
the office of city clerk in the April elec
tion. Jack has many good qualities, which
have gained for him a host of friends in
thb community. He is intelligent, honest
and worthy of the confidence reposed in
him, and would undoubtedly fill the office
ho seeks as acceptably as uny man that
ever held it. Ho has met with several
mishaps, which have resulted in permanent
physical disorder and which would render
a recognition, such ns he asks for, doubly
welcome to him.
Our readers will remember tho des
truction, by fire, of tho large cotton seed
oil factory at Hickman, Ky., which occur
red about two weeks ago. The proprietors
of tho mill were wealthy men and have
ample capital left to rebuild the institution
on a larger scale. But they do not desiro
to invest their money again at Hickman
and are in search of a better point, where
they intend to erect a largo brick structure
for the purposo of carrying on their business.
Their attention has been called to Cairo as
a placo centrally situated, amply provided
with facilities for shipping their wares and
receiving their raw material, and if tho
merchants or city council of Cairo wore to
make somo effort hold out somo kind of
an inducement to tho gentlemen, wo be
lieve they could bo induced to embark in
business hero. We urgo this matter upon
tho attention of our peoplo, tor it is import
ant, The means aro there, the
skill is there, Cairo's natural
advantages aro acknowledged and aro
recognized by tho men referred to, and all
that is required to bring to this city another
largo industry an institution that will
bring hundreds of thousands of dollars to
our city yearly, u a little display of homo
enterprise on tho part our citizens. The
offer is open, will Cairo make an effort to
tako it? A golden opportunity is present
ed, will our people Brouse themselves from
their lethargy and seize it? Wo pause for
a reply; let us not pause too long.
Saturday evening Mr. John English,
who has tho contract for building Mr. W.
B. Gilbert's two cottages below Fourth
street, was at work on tho roof of ono of
them, shingling. Suddenly tho strip of
wood, which ho had tacked upon tho roof
as a stuy for his foot, gavo way and ho slid
down the roof, striking first the scaffold and
then the top rail ot a fence with his back,
before landing on the ground. The house
was probably twenty-five feet high, but the
scaffold broke tho fall somewhat, and it is
due to this, perhaps, that his back was not
broken when ho struck tho fence, though
he was severely injured. At lost reports
yesterday he was resting easily.
General R. N. Pearson, wife and little
daughter, who have been here for several
days on a visit to relatives, Mr. E. E.
Wulbndgc and family, left for Springfield,
Ills., yesterday, where tho general goes to
attend the legislature, he being n member
of that body. On luat Friday Mrs. Pear
son and her little daughter, May, visited
the high school and tho little girl's peculiar
talent as un elocutionist being known by
some one, she was called upon to favor the
scholars witli a declamation, which she did
to the delight of all present. Sho seemed
to be perfectly at easc,i!veu before a strange
audience, and spoke in a manner that be
tokened a thorough acquaintance with the
rules ol rhetoric and elocution.
The people of Russia have at last ac
complished their purpose of destroying
their ruler, the czar, as will bo seen from a
dispatch published elsewhere. That they
were urged to this proceeding by causes of
no unimportant character is tolerably well
established and cannot be well denied. It
is true that at times a conspiracy against
tho life of a ruler may be formed by a few
dissatisfied leaders in a nation, whose
hatred is the result of personal motives or
fancied injury, but in the Russians' case the
injury must have been real and more than
local, for the hatred against the czar was
almost universal. Tho people rose against
him as a body and the people are seldom
'mistaken in their conclusions, especially
when these conclusions have, time and
again, passsed through the crucible of
persecution ami death.
Strange rumors will sometimes get
afloat without having any foundation in
truth and this is much oftener the case
about persons than things. But the rumor
that a prominent down town cooper loft
town last Saturday without giving a fair
warning to his friends and creditors is tol
lerably well sustained by the facts. He left
no tracks behind linn, unless that term can
be applied to open accounts with a number
of our merchants. It is not probable that
his business was insolvent for he was doing
a large business, having only recently
greatly increased his facilities for doing all
manner of cooperage; but it is likely that
other causes induced him to resolve upon a
clandestine departure. One of these causes
was, perhaps, the indictment which was
found against him by the grand jury
that was recently in session.
Yesterday morning about sixty of the
laborers on the foundation of the new ele
vator struck not for higher wages, but for
"full time." It has been the habit of the
company, when there was no work for tho
lack of stone, to "dock" the hands for the
time they were thus compelled to loose,
which has occurred several times during the
time that the work on tho foundation has
been goin on. This most always caused
a general dissatisfaction among the men,
but it did not show itself in a serious form
until yesterday morning, when they were
again told that they would have to lay off
a few days until more rock could be pro
cured. The men vented their dissatisfac
tion at this and when finally some rock was
brought in, refused to go to work unless a
promise was math- that they should reccivo
full pay for every hour they lost because of
tho company's failure to havo material on
hand. This demand was agreed to, but on
condition that the men should be on the
ground to tin work, whether there be any
work to do or not: .
On Sunday night the police force of
tho city, headed by Marshal Robinson, de
cided that it was a good timo for raiding
tho houso of John Oladnoy, who keeps a
saloon on the corner of Twentieth street
and Commercial avenue. Accordingly they
procured a Bearch warrant from Squiro
Osborn and proceeded to the house, a little,
dirty, dclupidalod old shanty, and sur
rounded it. Tho shanty was full of ne
groes and when the officers burst into tho
room where they wero gathered they shot
out of doors, windows and into adjoining
rooms as though the infernal regions had
suddenly opened beforo them and the fiend
himself had each by tho ragged bosom of
his pants. A large table, rudely construct
ed out of rough boards with a
thin slat tacked around tho edge
and covered with an old picco
of faded green cambric was standing in tho
middle of tho room. This was lined as the
crap toblo and to judgo from tho appear
ance of the cloth, it had been put to an
almost constant use for a long timo. This
piece of precious furniture was taken pos-
IB A PROOF OF THE SUPERIORITY OF THE CHA3I
riON 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.
session of by the officers and will be pro
duced against the wiley Gladney at liis
trial beforo Squire Osborn to-day as a posi
tive evidence of his guilt.
The Hist evening of the week turned
out to be a very pleasant one for tho tem
perance people and henco it is presumable
that all the following ones will do like
wise - provided, of course, the first evening
be a fair criterion by which the balance
may be judged. Reform hall had a very
good audience last night to hear the
speeches of Mr. J. W. Reed and Rev. Bush,
both of whom said some excellent things.
Mr. Reed is an old man, above eighty, but
in spite of this, he is hearty and spoke in a
manner that showed him to have a vigor
ous nature and to bo with heart and hand
in the temperance cause. Rev. Bush spoko
for about thirty minutes. He spoke well,
as he always does; giving facts which
could not fail to convince, even the most
sceptical of the correctness of his position
on the temperance question. The audience
frequently gave evidence of its approval of
the utterances of these gentlemen. Tho
meeting closed with prayer and song about
ten o'clock. To-day, at half-past three
o'clock, in the afternoon, another meeting
will be held ; also this evening, at tho usual
Hay! Hay! Hay!
Ti Livery Stable, Dairy Men, Stock
Feeders, Ac, will be sold at public auc
tion on Tuesday morning, March 15th, at
10 o'clock, on the Ohio Levee in front of
the Wharf boats, a large lot of damaged
Mr. A. Black returned from the cast Sat
urday. Mr. John Sproat returned from St. Louis
Mr. Pike, of Vandalia, Ills., a friend of
Mr. M. Easterday, was in the city yester
day. Mr. M irean's little girl, the oldest, is
very sick with a well defined case of
Mrs. McLeon. who has been confined to
the house tor several days with an attack
of fever, is out again.
Chas. Stuart returned home from New
York on Sunday. His new goods have al
ready commenced to arrive.
Captain W. H. Sandusky, formerly a
citizen of Cairo, now of Owensboro, Ky.,
is in the city circulating among his friends.
At the Hotel de Winter were registered
yestorday, J. H. Holloway, Mo.; E. G.
Brown, Paducah, Ky.; George Higgins,
Olmsted, Ills.; T. J.Neclyand wife, Me
tropolis, Ills.; J. S. und E. W. Morris, Ul
lin, Ills.; J. H. Burke, Carboudale, III.
Among others the following were regis
tered at the Planters House yesterday:
J- (i- Bell, Cape Girardeau, Mo.;
S. K. Hale, Paducah, Ky.; Ed. Braid
win, Memphis, Term.; A. R. Jackson, Pa
ducah, Ky.; II. C. Bell, Columbus, Ky.;
W.I). Bowlhy, Murphysboro, III.; G. R.
Jenkins, Wickliff, Ky.
Mu. Havkhly Knkiht, of the extensive
Carpet House of Reeve L. Knight & Co.,
Philadelphia, Pa., reports the case of a
friend whoso hand was absolutely deformed
by rheumatism of seven years standing,
who was cured by the use ot threo bottles
of St. Jacobs Oil. and rendered able to use
his hand perfectly.
The following letter was banded us by a
party to whom it had been given for that
purpose, with instructions that it be pub
Caiko, Ills., March 12, 1881.
To Hon. Henry Winter:
DkakSik: The principles of tho groat
Union Greenback Labor Party must and
Khali be vindicated and known before our
peoplo as the greatest interest they havo be
foro them. If you run on that ticket, all
right, if not, my friends urge me to repres
ent tho party, and I shall accept their
wishes if you fail to adopt what jou so re
cently professed, as an; independent candi
date for mayoralty of City of Cairo, however
having faint hopes of being elected' This
method will keep our principles beforo the
oyes of the people.
Yours Truly, Dr.C. R, Clarke.
Cold is antagonistic to health, inducing
Coughs and other dangerous Bronchial dis
eases, which quickly yield to tho soothing
yet positive influence of Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup. Price M cents a bottle.
, Lovely Woman.
Hard is the heart that never felt for woman
And cold tho breast that never throbbod to
make her sorrow less;
For man's cares and man's delight was
lovely woman born,
And curst bo ho, where'er ho move, can
treat her worth with scorn;
Tho tear it starts from woman's eye, to'soe
you racked with Colicky pain,
And sho wisely gets Spring Blossom to
mako you woll again.
Prices! $1., GO cents, and trial bottles 10
- GK0. X. O'HARA,
NK V7 ADVKKTIHKMBNT.
AJvertuemtmti in nofar,il htintu card.)
fit hntt or lai in tkii column, 10 cenli ta.h ..
WANTED. Two flrslrls emslrssi-s An
ply .1 tie corner .r Eleventh sir, u nd'tJ-m-'
mercUl avenue. ihuliu.
I OH 8 ALU. -The tutlftil eotuifi) lmt i... nn
Tenth Htreet Apnljrto Mr.. Ma Z T.t 'V,?
milliner store on Eighth street. ' r
A V00""0 TJVK for sale.wlthlwo Iron p
t two b.ke pan, and two rldll ; will Vd'
for ten dollars. Apply at Bulletin ofllcc.
"W'ANT?CDI'ar,"r ,nl1 iH rnpUfil to rn-
Apply at Bulletin bulldliij.. ""'"wi rates
BOOTH AND hllOKS
SHOE-M AK ER.
Atheueum Building Commercial A v.
rr.ee only the very Beet Imported Block and em
ploys the most competent workmen.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Manufacturer!! and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL IINDS OF JOB WOKK JJONK TO OIUjEK.
. 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. PAT1EII & CO.,
Cor. Nineteenth street 1
Commercial A rendu J
(J V. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
constantly on Dana
At Seventy-five cents icr load.
At one dollar per load.
The "trimmings" aro coarse shavlniis and make
tbe nest snmmer wood for cooking purposes ss well
as the cheapest erer sold In Cal.-o, For black
smith's use In setting tires, they are nneqnalled.
Leave ronr orders at the Tenth street wood yard.
rpHE CITY NATIONAL BANK
W. p. HALLIDAT, President.
H. L. HALLIDAY, Vlce-l'msldont.
THOU. W. IIALLIDAY, Cashlur.
i. STliTI TATLOR, W. P. RALI.rDAT,
HIKH L, BAUJD4T, H. H. CltNNimiHAM,
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Exchange, Coin and United States Bonds
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Deposlta received and a general banking basltiesi
YOCUM & BRODERICK,
STAPLE and FANCY
Washington Avenue, Cor.
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