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JJruugUt. Cor. Conimurclil avu, & lHih at., Cairo.
Caiuo, III., Feb. I8th 1883
Prm-ut His Honor Mayor ThiBtlcwoml
nnd Ahitrmen Blake, Jlinkle, Humbert,
McIUlfl, Tutior atid Wood fl.
Absent Alderman Ilalliilay, KiinUrough
Pottit nnd Swoboda 4.
On motion of Alilorman Hlake minutes
of IftHt regular muetinn worn approved with
KKPORTB OF CPMMITTBK8.
Tuu committuo on streets to which was
rvfurrcd bid of N, A. Dtvoro & Co. for
ConatructioD of sidewalk as provided for
undor Ordinance, No. 9:2, recommended that
bid bo rejected, not bcin in accordance witli
ordinances, and ultio recommended tlutt the
cloik bo directed to readvertiso for propo
Hals for the building of said walk.
On motion of Alderman Blake report
received itnd recoiurnondatious concurred
The committee on claims to which wa9
referred petition of Sebastian Herbert lor
compensation for injuries recoivad by fall
ing off sidewalk, November 7th, 1882, re
ported on same, recommending the pay
ment of fifty dollars in lull of said claim.
Alderman Wood moved to reeoivo report
and that an order ho drawn on treasurer for
the mount recommended.
Motion carried by the following voto:
Ayes Blake, Hinkle, Hughes, McUalc,
Patior and Wood 6.
The commttteo on claims to which was
referred the following bills reported Bamo
back recommending payment :
N.Williams, 20 days labor on side
walks at fl.00 ;)0 75
C. P. Duncan, 18 days .19 50
re to waiucr, uituiing Z6 loaus lum
ber at 25 cents 5 75
John Ferguson, hauling 3 same at !J5 1 05
Wm. Oaron, ZyZ days hauling stone
for crossings 10 50
J. Meehan, hauling 2 loads 1 00
J, S. McGahey, 418 tt. lumber 7 07
J. Fetter, building stone crossings.. . 5J0 00
31. i uuiiadin, a Kegs nails, ll s5
N. Devore, 1 duy comtnisBioner under
ordinance 02 - 3 00
D. J. Oalligan, 1 day same 3 00
M. EusterJay, 2j days same 7 50
A. llallcy, 1 keg nails 4 50
Johu Cain, 0 days with jail gang on
streets at $1.50 : 9 00
I Magner, 1 day labor on streets.. . 1 50
Frank Drum, days same U 75
C. William, 1 1 d-iys in December ou
streets 10 50
J. 1'osey, 3 days same 4 50
Wm. Miller, 3 days saute 4 50
Mike Calvin, 32 days same 5 25
H. 11. B.tird, salary us strcxt supt... 75 00
Sum Brown, removing garbage as
per contract 20 00
L. H. Myers, money advanced lor
buryiug dead animals 2 75
St . Mary's lutirmary, care of patients 31 42
li. 11. Cunningham, rent of council
chamber , 10 00
M. Stielton, janitor tor same 5 00
U is company, gas for same 1 4n
K. A. Buder, re airing clock 1 00
f. 11. hchuli, stationery 1 15
F. ScliiMiinbs, repairing stand 25
C. W. Wheeler, 1 ton coal 3 25
Cairo Bulletin, printing scrip book.. 18 00
J. Cain, dieting prisom rs before hii1
alter trial 117 20
Smith Bros, dor.en brooms for
jail 1 50
A. 1 1 alley, repairs od jail 7 00
lute iSi Greer, bcddiog for jtil.. . . 10 7.)
Coal company, one ton coal for same 3 Oil
Uiih company, gus tor snme 8 80
Laird Bulletin, publishing ptoceed-
nigs IJ2 01)
(las company, gim for street lamps. .281 25
J. H. Robinson, J. P., percentage
on tines collected 07 50
W. i','. Hendricks, same 14 85
F. Vincent, rent of police headquar
ters 12 50
0;i8 company, gas for same 2 75
A. H alley, stove fixtures lor snme. . 2 75
J. P. flogan, expenses in returning
Whit Clemens, criminal 13 20
L. 11. Myers, rent of tool room on
10th street 0 00
E. K. F.llis, prtntiug legal brief.. . . . 30 00
Win. B. Gilbert, expenses paid in
nuns vs. uuy io .).
Gas company, gas for library 30
L. h. Powell, siumy as librarian 1
month 10 OH
Marg.iret Purcell, jaiiitress (I 00
Jansen McClurg & Co., books tor
library 15 51
U. II. Baird, 450 foet lumber 7 05
P. Powers, pointing and sharpening
plow 1 00
Alderman Blake moved to receive report
and allow bills as recommended.
Motion carried by tho following vole:
Ayes Blake, Hinkle, Hughes, McIIalc,
Tatier and Wood 0.
Ordinance committee reported tho fol
lowing ordinances as per instruction of
Ordinances read the first time as follows
and laid over under the rules:
An ordinance granting permission to Z,
P. Hnlley to build a frame addition to
house on lot 7, block 28, City of Cairo. Bo
it ordained by the city council of tho City
Cairn, section 1; licence and permission Is
hereby granted to Z P. Holley to erect a
frame addition to his house, situated on lot
7, block 28, City of Cairo.
An ordinance grantiug permission to C.
Wilson to erect a framo building on lot 21,
block 28, City of Cairo. Be it ordained by
the city council of the city of Cairo, section
1; license and permission is hereby (ranted
to C. Wilson to erect ft one story frame
building, 24 by 00 foet, on lot 21, block 28,
City of Cairo.
Alderman Wood presented the following
OAIUO nULLHTIN: FRIDAY MORNINU, FEIiRUARY 11, I8f3
ordinances which was rend nt length first
time nnd referred to ordinance commi'tee.
ORDINANCE NO. -
An ordinance ulilUtilni: ih grade of lnv ai'rt
and curtain at rem within the dty of I'alrn,
therein named. Be tt ordalnfd by the City
Council oi l ho City of Cairo:
Hui'tion I. That the gradan and heljibt of Ohio
i.eveo ami i.evc mreut, iNew uivoh aim aew
l.nvea Street , MImImIpdi Laveoand C'rnm Levee,
In the roriherly petition of the city from Ohio
i.eren to ue iiitemectinu wttn New l.evee nireei,
h end the eamo ere hereby fixed end eatahllahod
8'T.llon 2. The datum plane from which eatd
gradoa and bi'llits (hall he flKured, la hurehy da
clared to he the xuruor low walur mark n tin' I'.
H. KOTemiiiont wamr gani;H, eltuatod on the outer
or rivur eldealope of Ohio Levee oppneiln the In-terei-rtlnii
of Levee Htreet and Fourth H'reet In
aid rltv of Cairo; ami the flKurpi hereiualler iHi
ci nnd shall mdlrale aud Ox thu helubt or elevation
above aald dium plane or r.ero mark, to which I tie
top eurface ofeald levee and et rente ehall lie made
to ronform and be hereafter malutalned.
buclluii s. The grade hereby fluid for Ohio
Levee ia flrty-tbrt.a feet ol ration at lie lnlurec
Uon with the Mieniaelppl Levee, In the eolith
eaelerly part ol the city; and thence rniiulnu
northwordly from aald point of Interaction, with
a gradually aacendlng tirade, to fifty-four feet ele
vation at the point of liiloreection of raid Ohio
Levee Willi aald Croae Levee la the northerly por
tion of the city.
Suction I, The grade of Levee Street la her.diy
fixed to ronform with thu grade of Ohio Levee
lurtin above cut belied.
Hertlon ft, he grade of eaid C'roM Levi'A from
Ohio levee to ita inunction with New Levee Street
and Now Levee built thereon la hereby Axed at
fifty-four feet elevation.
Sec Ion . The grade of Now Levoe Street anil
ol New Levoe bull thoroon Is hereby fixed at fifty
fonr feet elevation.
Kec.tlon 7. The grade of Mlwdeelppl Leve In
hereby fixed at fiftv three feet elevation at ila In
tersection with Ohio Levee, and thence runuiuit
wentwanlly and northwardly from eald point of
intereection with a gradually ancendini; grade, to
fifty four feet elevation at lta interaoctlon with Raid
New Levee Street and Mew Lovue built thereon.
Sections. All permone, corpora Hons, truetoei
and othen owning, or In any way controlling any
of eald levooa or any portion thereof, are hereby
requeued, notified and required to rauae the grailu
of auch levee or leveca, or portion or portiona
thereof, . owned or in any way controled by them
reapectlvely, to bo raised, wherever uecee-ary, to
conform to the provMona of thin ordinance, and
to he hereafter malntalneiraocordlng thereto.
Hection 9. All railroad companion, truateee, re
ceivere and oihere, which now have laid, or may
hereafter lay, any railroad truck or trarka upon
anyof ll)eleveerlre ta In thU ordinance men
tioned, are herebr reqnuetud, notified, and requir
ed to raiHe eald t acki, wkere uecexrary, to con
firm to the gradoa herein etnbliehail, and to here
after ao maintain the same.
Committee un police, jail and fire depart
ment to which was referred reports of A.
Comings, P. M for November ami Decem
ber, 1882, and O. A. Osborn, J. P., for
November and December, 1882, reported
haviug compared same with dockets and
found theni to agree substantially.
On motion of Alderman Wood received
Alderman Mc Halo offered the following
Resolved, That the street superintendent
be, and is hereby, instructed to have cross
ing put in on the south side of Fourth
street across Commercial avenue as soon as
tho weather permits.
Alderman Wood moved to amnd reso
lution by including crossing on north side
of Eighteenth street across Commercial
Amendment accepted and resolution.
adopted by the foPnwing vote:
Ayes Blake, Iliukle, Hughes, McIInU-,
atier and Wood fl.
Alderman Mcllale also offered the lol-
lowing preamble and resolution:
Wheieat, by Ordinance No. 108, it is nr -
vided that the streets of the city shall nut
be used by railroads for the purpose ot
switching freight trains, but that practice
is still continti 'd by which great da;nag;
is being done to business and property
along the whole line of Commercial avi.nne
and especially south of Sixth street; there
fort, be it
Resolved, '1 hat the mayor be reriues'ed
to report to the council at its next meeting,
the reason of the continuance of this prnc
lice and what instructions have been given
or measures adopted by him, if any, to
prevent this continuance.
Resolved, That the city marshal lie ami
he is hereby instnicted to enforce the otdi
nance al linled to without further dclnr.
(Alderman Pet tit. appeared in his scat).
Alderman Patier offered the following re
Whereas the Wabash, St. Louis & IVilic
ruilioad company have not Complied with
the ordinances of this city in relation to
their tracks on Commercial avenue alter
being notified so to do by recoliiti"n of this
bedy ; therefore, be it
Resolved, That their track on Commer
cial avenue be hereby declared a public
nuisance and that the city marshal is here
by instructed to employ such labor as may
bo required and that he remove said nui
sance at once.
, Alderman Woo 1 called lor the nyes and
nays ou adoption of resolution.
Not adopted by tho following vote:
Ays -Mcllale, Patier ami rettit-It.
Nays -Blake, Hinkle, Hughes and Wood
The mayor called the attention of the
council to the advisability of conferring
with the officers of the Illinois Central rail
rond, looking towards an amicable arrang
ment by which the Ohio levee may ho
raised to tho grade which bus Boon here
toforo established by the city council.
Alderman Mcllilo moved that tho street
committee be relieved of further considera
tion of the matter relative to tho above.
Motion can led. r
Alderman Wood moved that the rules he
suspended for the purposo of placing ordi
nances granting permission to erect frame
buildings on their second reading.
Motion carried unnuimmisly.
Ordinance granting permission to C,
Wilson to erect framo building read second
Alderman McIIalo moved to adopt ordi
Motion carried by the following vote:
Ayes Blake, Hinkle, Hughes, Mcllale,
Patier, Pettitand Wood 7.
Ordinance granting permission to Z. P
Holley to erect frame building read tecond
Alderman McIIalo moved to adopt ordi
Motion carried by the following vote:
Ayes Blake, Hinkle, Hughes, Mcllale,
Patier, Pottit and Wood 7.
The committee tin claims 'submitted ad
ilitional report tin the following bills re
commending payment :
Cairo City Coal Co., 2j,' tons coal lor
police headquarters, $7 75.
Cairo City Qua Co., 0 loads cinders at
25c , 12.2.1.
Tlalliday & Phillips wharfboat company,
tarpon lios lined and not returned Febru ary,
Alderman Pettit moved tn receive report
and allow bills as recommended,
Motion carried by tho following vote :
Ayes Blake, Hinkle, Hughes, Mcllale,
Patier, Pettit and Wood 7.
Alderman Pettit offered the following
Resolved, That the street committee be
instructed to notily Mr. Jeffery and Mr.
Hudson by telegram, to meet us at our
council chamber on the 10th inst. at 2
o'clock, in regard to previous matters in re
lation to break on levee and heightening
Alderman Putier moved to amend by
striking out the words street committee
and inserting tho wotds city council.
Alderman Blake offered the following
substitute for resolution, offered by Alder
Resolved, That a special committee of
three, be appointed to confer with officials
of I. C. R. U. Co. and parties interested in
regard to repairing Levee street, between
10th and 14th; also, in regard to raising
levees to the proposed new grade.
Alderman Hughes moved to amend sub
stitute by making it a committee, of five
instead of three.
Alderman Blake's substitute adopted as
Tho mtyor appointed as such committee,
Aldermen Ilalliduy, Hughes, Kimbrotigh,
Patier and Wood.
Alderman Mcllale moved that the clerk
be Instructed to subscribe for the Chicago
Legal News and that same be filed in his
Motion carried by the following vote:
Ayes Blake, Hinkle, Hughes, Mcllale,
Patier, Pettit nnd Wood -7.
Oa motion of Alderman Hughes meeting
D. J.Folet, City Clerk
Arms and Legs.
There is more pity in u wooden leg.
but more elonieuce in ft n empty sleeve.
I remember that in the second day's
tight before Richmond n captain by the
name of Coward srtw the sergeant shot
down and the colors fall, nnd hecnught
ti)) the Hag imd waved it high and for
ward with a shout, and a cannon ball
come whizzing along and took off his
arm, nnd the colors fell again. He
caught them with liis other hand ami
kept on until be fell hinisell I never
saw as brave, a timn with thai sort of a
name tacked onto him. lit! always
signed his name A. Coward, and when
asked why he didn't sign his full name,
ho said bis lirst name was Adam, and
when he used to sign it that way at
school the boys called him a d- coward
which was w orse, and he bad to light
out of it. (Jen. Dick T lor didn't have
much opinion of a man's legs. He says
his own trembled and wanted to run in
every battle and he knew a bravo soldier
who bad to talk to bis to keep Yni
steady: "Now just look at yon, gone to
shaking again, with the enemy a mile
oft. What are you in such a hurry about?
Can't ou wait until they begin to shoot
at you, you eiis.-ietl cowards?" and he
would wrap hi knees with his sword like
he was ashamed of 'n.Hill Arp.
Landor's Literary Work aianship.
Landor had the gift of literary ex
pression from his youth, and in his ma
ture work it shows as careful and high
cultivation as such a gift .ever received
from its possessor. Nono could givo
keener point and smoother polish to a
short sentence; none could thread the
Intricacies of long and involved con
structions more unerringly. Ho had at
command all the grammatical resources
of lucidity, though he did not always
(rare to employ tiicm. He knew all the
device of prose composition to conceal
and to disclose; to bring the common
place to issue in the unexpected; to lend
tip. to soften, to hesitate, to declaim; to
fx tort all the supplementary and new
suggestions of nu old comparison; to
frame a new and ncrfeet simile; in short,
he was thoroughly trained to his trade.
Yet his prose is not, by present canons,
perfect prose. Il is not self-possessed,
subdued, and graceful conversation,
modulated, making its points without
aggressive insistence, vet with certainty,
keeping Interest alive hv a brilliant but
natural turn and by the iiricf aud lumin
ous Hash of truth' through a perfect
jihrase. His prose is rather the mono
logue of a seer.-- l-'i hritttry AHittilic.
The Cheapness of Mankind,
Nothing is so cheitti in tho market of
the worlifas men. The very ox that is
to be slaughtered to-morrow is worth
more than n man, for he can he eaten
after he is killed. The must worthless
thing on the face of the earth is thehit
mnn creature, whom religion calls
"the child of (Sod," Whole fontinents
could be sunk and never missed. It is
true there is, incidentally, a value at
tached to men. They are good to make
nations, armies and churches. The
worth of a man cannot be estimated
until you determine tlie worth of Im
mortality. -Measure: man not by what
he is, but by what he is to be" wl'ien lie
is fifed from all the bonds which hind
him here. '. It'. Ikcrhxcr
A legacy of the war in Oovgin In n
plant called by the people Egyptian
clover. It. is very hardy, kills out weed
ami other forage plants, Is highly es
teemed by stock and affords abundant
pasturage where nothing else will grow,
if unmolested It will of itself take pos
session of a Held and produce a sod, re
quiring no seeding, -cultivation or tit
teuton of any kind.1 No sayw a South
ern paper, and, if true, the plant is
. Tho Groat L"ss of Time,
A man, not the conventional genlln
man with wild eyes and a sorrowful
face, entered Tin' Arknnmw Tmmlrr
ollice, and will I a characteristic
movement, nnd without dropping into n
chair, the paragraphic wont of nil news
paper visitors, quietly seated himself,
without spitting on the exchanges, and
"I am a mathematician, and I am
"Mathematicians are alwavs in trou
ble." "Yes, and like Holmes, 1 can fancv
Hint. lean hear (he wheel click in a
calculator's brain. I have tried to throw
aside this terrible inailcrof fact calling,
but it hangs to me. The multiplication
table rises with me. in the morning aud
lies down with me at night. But sir,
what are we going to do about it?" and
his eyes for a moment glared like the
inevitable who calls on the newspapers
all over the country.
"Do about, what?"
"'The time we are losing."
"I am losing no lime. I have been
at work since daylight, and haven't
been docked jet."
"You don't understand me. Now,
in a year how many, days are there?"
"Blamed if know."'
"There are :Hi5 days, '5 hours, 4M
minutes and 48 seconds in a vear."
"Each year lo.MS 11 minutes and 12
"Every four years loses 1 ( minutes
and 18 seconds'."
"So in IXim) years we lose 14 days."
"What are we going to do about It?"
"That is just what I don't know.
Where docs that time go? Where is
the dark cavern of it retreat? Some
mathematicians provide for a jump to
to be made every so many years, but,
hang it, sir, we can't jump time. No
man can jump lime, ('an a boy jump'
into manhood without waiting for the
the years toslowly drift past him? Can
a colt become a horse in one day? No,
sir! Now, I want to know what we are
going to do about this ruinous all air.
Just think 11 days lost since the eruci
lixion of the Savior. This business
must n ol go on, for look at the time we
will lose in n million years."
"Do you know the caue of this great
assassination of time?"
"Yes, sir." he said, looking cautious
ly around him.
"What is the caiM ?"
"Carpet baggers," we repeated in
"Yes, sic; carpet buggers. Takethem
in Arkatisaw, for instance. Look at the
time they have killed. Look how. dur
ing legislative sessions. I hey killed time
and charged it to the st:ite. Now. sir,
time has ever been money. Look how
much money the world has lost sinee
the christian era. It bows me down to
think of ii; it is turning my hair grav.
Who is that groaning in t In' next room? '
"What is the matter with him?"
"Got the smallpox and can't work."
The visitor lot no more time.
A Cough. Cohl or Sore Throat
should be stopped. iSeglect frequentl re
sults in an Iucurable Lung disease or con
sumption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder the stomach like couh sy.ips
and balsams, but Met directly on the inflam
ed parts, allaying irritation, give relief 'in
Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh, and
the Timed Troubles which Singers and
PuMie Speakers are subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troches have I men
recommended by physicians, and always
give pei feet satisfaction. Having lw;en
tested by wide nod constant use for nearly
an entire generation, they have attained
wcll-nicrited rank among tho few staple
remedies of the age. Sold at 25 cents a
From B. F. Liepsm r, A. M., Red Bank,
N, J.:I have been troubled with Catarrh so
I) idly for several yeirs that it s "riously affec
bd my voice. I tried Dr. "s remedy with
out the slightest relief. One bottle of Ely'
Cream IJalm did the work. My voice is
fully restored nnd my head feels better than
fa years. B. F. Liepsner.
Nkkvoi:snkis, Nervous Debility, Neural
gia, Neivous Mmck, St. Vitus Dance, Pros
tration, and all diseases of Nerve Genera
tive Organs, are all permanently and radi
cally cured by Allen's Brain Food, the great
botanical remedy. $1.00 pkg., 0 for $5.
Mrs. Hannah Tronson, Chicago, III., nays:
"I gave Brown's Iron Bitters to my two
children as a tonic, alter they had suffered
from scarlet fever, nnd it restored their
Fahmkus and others desiring a genteel,
lucrative agency business, by which $5 to
$20 a day can I earned, send add res at
once, tin postal, to I'. C. Wilkinson & Co.,
105 and 107 pulton street. New Vuk.
Will you Cough when Shiloh's Cure will
give immediately relief. Price, 10c. 50c.
and $1. (11)
Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy a positive
cure for Catarrh, Dipthcria aud Caukcr
'l people are alwaj a on the look'
nut for chances tn tncreaae
their earning, and In tlmo
become wealth) ; tlione who
ilo not Iniprovu their oppor-
1 unit inn remain in poveriv.
Wo offer a great chniic.e to make money. We want
many men, woman, boye and glrle to work lor tie
right tmhulr own localities Any olio ran do tho
work properly from tho llrat mart. The hntmcus
will pay mere thm tun times ordinary wagua. Kx
nuiieivoouifit fnrnlahodfrne. No ono who engage
tat to mako money - rap'tlly. You can devote
your whole time to die work, or only your spate
tnoinunte. Full Information and all that I needed
enlfree. Addreea HTIN SON A CO. Portland, Mo.
ARE OF EVERY DAY OCCURHEN
Not i 81NULE INSTANPK ON HK lJt) In
pt S5 yeara wheru one of
llaa been broken open by burglar and robbe
Hall's Standard Patent Fire-Prd
S A FES
Have NEVER FAILED
ritESKRVE their COX
TENTS AC A INST
Itliawell kuown fact that thi re la NO HA
inaiia in mo woria I MAT til VKS AS tiltEAT
CLUITY AS 'J UK HALL'S BAKU.
They alwaya protect their content
Persons: having- Valuables should
he without a Hall's Safe.
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.TOHKni lt, JIAI.U Ireioi
CINCINNATI, NEW YORK, CHICAGO
LOIT3VI1.LK, SAN FKANClHCO,
ST. LOUIS, CLEVELAND.
PORT (tRAPR AVIt
Sp Mill's Poht Grape
FOL'R YEARS OLD.
Til IS I tt t Villi 1TP II V TI VP U'l V If I. m. t.
thi country, lta Invaluable tonic and :renk'th
irtiui mo juirn ui inu umi u iiriioc. rnipcu 11
hiiiii iirouKrim are uueurnaeaca nv hot nine
Nftlivfl W inn. it-lntr Ihu nnr. In'r nt tlx, limn,
produced under Mr. (Miner ' own personal aupervi
fion, it parity and geuulm neea, am guaranteed
'1 -1. . . . .Liu . i . . r l . .
qualltiea, and the weake-i invalid one it to edvan
.HLrr l, in ,'.llll.uill, liriiruuill IU III? HVII II -
aenunaien, ano iiu.-n to ne venom aumenu tna
ff"rt the weaker a-r. It la In every reapert
WINE TO BK ItEI.IKl) ON.
Sneer's P. .1. Slierrv.
Tho I'. J. S1IKKHV ia wine of Superior Char
nv.i.i an', , .u,urui .tic iiliiiUI,i .H'u, ill KiHi'
from wh en It ia made For I'urlty. Ktrhne". Kl
voi and Medicinal Propcrtum, It will be tond tin
Sneer's 1 J. lirandv.
Thi UKANDV -land niiriva'ed in til Country
iiviiil; mr ell fwnur 1U( Ilirinci loll ,UMnni-p. 11 in n
I'liii'uit, bi u i uuui , in L'r.ii r. kuu ,iii-BiitB-ni-
vnr. ilniiLrli iKttlnr Ihu nmtitB n.,m tvhlrh It Im
distilled, Bnd I in great favor ainonir flr-t-rlaa
fnmllUn. .see Dial the aieuiture of AI.KHKU
HI'K Kit, I'aMalr, N . J I over the cork of each
old Hy PAUL SCI I UK
AND DKITtlOISTS KVEHYWHr HK.
PROPRIETOR OF 8PROATH PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICF. BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELl
?','KED FOR SimTIPHf
Oar Loads a Wpeeinltv.
o P' it; ki
Cor, Twelfth Street anil Levee,
LOUIS C. HERBERT,
II. T. GEROULD AND
O. P. N E W L A N D.
AND H AS FITTERS,
DRIVE WELLS, FORM, AND
LIFT PUMPS FURNISHED AM) PUT
UP IN A WORKMANLIKE
MANNER, (IAS FIX
TURES Of all klnititfurtilsheil to order, o'd llxtureK re
hroiiaedsjoubluit promptly attended to. Order
received at Daniel UaMinnu' or at the "hop,
COMMKKC1AL AVEMJIt IlKTWICKN
N IN B I'll AND TEN TH STltlCl.TS,
OA. I HO .... I1T.H.
tCW Ktsit AND OYSTKK DKPOI'.
Havlnuuow perfuetoil my arrnnffeinoiiia to
luppiy me initio wivu
OYSTERS AND FISH,
I Can Now Oiler as Follows i Oysters
Taken From tho Shell Here Fresh
as From the Gulf.
Bavon Conk ,,. J? Pr tiKl
'' Hailnu "
Oyter eUindaida In can HH "
Rod Huiippiir I"c ii" r Ih
Crokle i " "
Sheep Head, &o
Bhrlmoa, Lnlmli'i. (Ira1! and Turtle a'l lp mnisoa
LtUKIt.Vb DISCOUNT TO TIIK THAI) It.
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