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The Daily Bulletin.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice in tne eoinmni. ten cent per Una,
tch insertion and whether marked or not, if calco
luted to toward any mu bunlneii lnleroil are
Mies EfTiu Close returned from Dixon
Spring Siturday u'ujht much improved by
Don't fail to see the great show at the
Theatre Comique this week. New faces,
new songs, new dramas, new everything. 8t
Mifs Lizzie Wood and her little sister
M iry have had a pleasant vacation at
Dixon Springs and expect to return home
The Wabash road ha, brought down
another train load of gravel and is distrib
uting it along; the Commercial avenue
Mr. and Mrs. II. King White and a
party of gentlemen, all prominent citizens
of Pine Bluff, Ark., wero guests at The
Commissioner J. P. Robarts, of the
Chester penitentiary, was in tho city yester
day evening, on business. lie returned to
his post of duty last night.
Mrs. C. O. Patier and family and Mrs.
Wolf spent a day at Crcal Springs last week
ami several days visiting friends at Vienna.
They returned home yesterday.
The Theatre Comique Btage presents
this week one of the largest and best cata
logues of stage artists that has ever appear
ed there. No one who would spend a few
hours pleasantly should miss this perform
ance this week. 3t.
Sunday Major J. II. Smith, postmaster
at Memphis, was at Tho Ilalliday. lie re
mained until yesterday morning, paying a
brief visit to his brother in-law Captain W.
P. Huliday, and family.
Mrs. W. A. Drips is in the city on her
way home from a five week'B visit to Dixon
Springs. She is accompauied by her sister
Miss Nellie Lemen, and both will remain a
few days visiting Mrs. Burnett.
Bank checks made to order, bound in
books, $4.00 per thousand.Jat TnE Bulle
tin office. Perforating 25 to 50c, number
ing $1.00 per thousand extra. Linen or reg
ular folio paper. Call and see samples of
paper or checks. tf
Two negroes held up a white man
Earned Wm. Johnsun, on Fifth street, Mon
day night, but got nothing. Johnson is
sexton at the Villa Ridge cemetery, was on
a spree, and had spent about all the money
Twelve first-class artists appear upon
the Theatre Comique stage this week, in
groat specialties, sensational songs, comic
acts and extraordinary renditions, every
night this week. 3t.
A negro entered the shoe shop near
the corner of Twelfth etreet and Commer
cial avenue yesterday and, snatching up a
pair of new shoes, ran up tho street and
was out of sight before the proprietor
could follow him.
Four sick tramps were wandering
around the city yesterday. One of them
had been lying in a down town warehouse
for a week and was in a deplorable condi
tion. He was taken in charge by Chief
Myt-rs aud given board and lodging for a
A white man named James Jones died
at St. Mary's Infirmary Monday. He was
found about a week ago by Chief Myers,
lying on the floor of the Wabash freight
depot in a very sick condition, and by him
sent to the Infirmary. He was about seven
ty ye irsoM and a trump, having no rela
tives and no home anywhere, he said.
Mr. ami Mrs, S. P. B-mnett, Miss Mamie
Bennett, Master Smiford Bennett aud Katie
and Fruikie Bennett have been spending
the past two weeks at Dixon Springs, and
having so delightful a time that they dis
like tven til-; thought ol coming away; but
tim 'j has reached its limit aud they will re
turn on t io Intiu tlii-i evening.
OlhVers Mahanny aud Hogan came
u,d!i the Uo negroes who attempted to
rob Wm. Johnson early y. Hti-r lay morning;
but the iit-grof caw th"in at a distance and
without miniliii commands to halt and
several shots fited after them, ran iuto the
commons in the durkiiiss and were lobt
bight ol by tin: officers.
It has become a settled fact that the
'Illinois Central treight dep it is not to be
Tiiied, in order to conform with the ucw
grade to which the tracks have been put
up. In loading and unloading cars at tho
depot, inclined platforms will bo used to
render the work easy. The difference in
the level of tho platform and the floors of
cars on the tracks will bo about a foot.
A negro named Laz Price was a parly
to a disturbance in front of the saloon of
Mr. Clancy, on Ohio levee, yesterday after
noon and was fined $5 and costs by Magis
trate Comings. The disturbance was created
first by the negro's undue familiarity with
a white man, which led Mr. Clancy to be
lieve that he intended to commit robbery,
and Mr. Clancy ordered him away.
The present system of Bewers, which
will be kept in good repair, will servo to
drain tho low lots us well after the streets
arc filled, as they do now; heuco tho sug
gestion by tho Argus that Messrs, Linegar's
and Halliday's plan of street improvement
will bring about a state opposite to that of
Venice, by making the streets high land
and the lots water, is tho merest stuff.
A negro named Geo. Williams died
yesterday afternoon at tho house of Pleas,
Goodman, on lower Commercial avenue.
He came here in July on the steamer Aleck
Swift, and has been sick several weeks,
Efforts wero being made yesterday after
noon to have him conveyed to tho marine
hospital; a wagon was on its way to take
him to tho hospital, but when it got there
he was dead.
Mr. C. O. Patier is making extraordin
ary efforts now to settle up the business of
tho old firm of C. O. Patier & Co. Ho de
sires to start anew at tho expiration of
about twenty days by which time the set
tlement must bo made. He has a large
stock of goods yet to dispose of and, as
may be seen from his advertisement else
where in these columns, is offering to close
out the stock at tho lowest poosiblu figures.
Consumers will find it greatly to their in
terest to lay in a supply of everything they
need while these reduced prices prevail.
Twolittlo boys aged apparently about
eight and ten years respectively, accompan
ied by a huge dog, came to this city on
foot from Edwardsville, Ills. They are
youthful tramps; they claim to be twins
and orphans, and Bay they ran away from
an uncle at Edwardsville because he mal
treated them. They are hound for some
part of Missoari where they claim to have
an aunt residing. They are sharp little
fellows; mako friends of the boys they
meet in tho street wherever they go and
beg for something to eat for themselves and
Sunday Sheriff Hodges took a drive
over the county lino into Pulaski county,
and just as he got lo Cache he espied a
huge snake, making trucks toward the
creek. It was the biggest animal of the
kind he hsd'ever Been running around loose
and ho determined to kill it. The snake
made straight for the water, Bwam through
it and was climbing up the steep bank on
the other side when the sheriff caught up
with him, and slew him with a pole a very
long pole, says tho sheriff. The snake was
about four feet long; about six inches in
diameter at the biggest part of the body,
and carried ten well-developed rattles on
It is now about time for another crow
from the Argus, over the death of "the
street filling scheme." It is fully three
weeks now since it strutted about, flapped
it's wings and sang in clarions tones the
song of it's third or fourth victory over the
dead body of this thrice-killed monster,
and again the troublesome thing came to
life with every evidence of having gained
iu strength and spirit during the time it
passed in what the local ot the Argus
would probably call a "Catamouse" state.
Just kill the horrid animal once again,
Brother Potter; experience has proven that
it doesn't hurt the animal in the least, but
it does give you so much satisfaction.
According to the Argus' own statement
the population of New Orleans, its ideal
levee town, has been steadily decreasing
rather than increasing within the last ten
years. It says that the population of that
city numbered tweuty -five thousand more
in 18S0 than it did in 1870. This may b.
true, but the natural increase in the city
from a population of two hundred and
twenty-five thousand people (which was
about the population of New Orleans in
180) would be much more than twenty
five thousand in ten years. New Orleans is
doubtless what the Arus says it is, a city
where the beauties of low grade and all its
accompaniments, both good and evil, are
very faithfully exemplified; but it seems to
us that the beauties and advantages, such
as they are, are almost completely buried
out of sight by tho many evils and disad
vantages it presents.
The following from the Carbondale
Free Press ol a late date would apply to
some people here, who persistently com
plain of violations of oidinances applicable
to other offenses:
There is considerable howling because
the upper stratum of society has not been
dititurlied during the recent raids on gam-
speis. J lie following colloquy shows where
the screw is loose :
Citizen (who wants fair play.) "Sun ire.
why don't you officers arrest some of these
high-toned, broadcloth chaps for gambling?
You are afraid to that's what's the mat
tar." Squire. "Who are these big guns you
C. "Why, Doutor A., and Lawyer 11.,
and Meiclunt C, and dozens of others."
S. "Are tho mayor, or the aldermen,
or the justices,' or tho marshal aware of
C. "Well, flo; not that I know of."
S. "You are turo that gambling has
been and is going on among this class?"
C. "Of course, I am; everybody knows
S, "Now, my dear sir, I am tired of
hearing that fame old song. Hero are
blinks, paper, pen and ink. You will
greatly oblige mo by filling complaint
against tin-no parties. In fact it is your
duty as a citizen who wishes to see the
laws enforced, to do so."
C. "Well, you sco that is you know"
and so lorth and so on. Exit citizen who
wanted to boo fair play.
-Belleville News: Southern Illinois is
looming up, and tho signs aro favorable
for a general awakening in every nook and
corner of Egypt. Old things aro passing
away, and tho new order is being moulded
into a system of progress that will in the
end make this section populous and pros
perous. Our farmers aro beginning to real-
CAIRO BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 20, 18.
liz.o tho advantages of intelligent farming
and tho improvement of tho Boil. Tho old
stylo of relying on ono crop is going out
of favor. A diversity of crops, with neces
sary attention to fruits and live stock rais
ing, will make our farmers independent
and prosperous. When we add to tho ad
vantages offered by this innovation our in
exhaustible coal fields wo shall awaken
our business men and attrnct capital and
manufacturers uotill this portion of our
great state shall tako its proper rank.
In comment upon tho promise of tho
Pulaski Patriot, that Mr. John A. Reeve, of
this city, can have a solid delegation from
this district if ho will run for state treasurer
on tho Republican ticket at the next elec
tion, the Chester Tribuno (Republican)
speaks thus sarcastically: "We always
knew Joe Robnrts to be as generous as ho
is big and clumsy, and ho is exceedingly
kind to make such an extravagant promise
to Mr. Reeve without stopping to ask per
mission of the ten counties in this cougres
hional district. As Joe's generosity knows
no bounds he has also doubtless already
given tho same 'solid delegation' to Hon.
John M. Hamilton for governor and Hon.
Dan Hogan for auditor. This 'solid del
egation' in tho next state convention is a
big thing tor Joe's favorites to start iu with.
Then again Joe's influence certainly ex
tends beyond this congressional district,
and he might be able to lug iu a few votes
from other parts of the state. However,
wo w ish to give the gentleman a poiuter.
He had better confino himself to his friend
Gov. Hamilton, because without Hamilton
he never would have been known, and
might as well never have been born. Wo
had half an idea, at leas', than Randolph
county would be for Obi Dick, but if our
fat friend who carries the 'solid delegation
of this congressional district' in his capa
cious breeches pocket says Hamilton must
have it we could give a chromo to learn
how we can help ourselves. We have al
ways liked Joe Robarts, becauie of his
generosity and good nature, but we fear
his generosity is being imposed upon.
Nevertheless, we love him still."
The Arab fire company contemplates
making a trip in a body to the extreme up
per end of this county, next Sunday, for
the purpose of examining apieco of ground
containing three hundred and twenty acres,
which that company bought in 1S65 or '(!G,
and still owns, haviug paid taxes on it ever
since every year. The ground was bought
by tho company originally for tho purpose
of making it one of the principal prizes in
a lottery the company conducted in what is
now the Alexander County Bink building,
which had then just been completed by
Mfssr. Rittenhouse & Hanny for their dry
good 3 business. Chief among the other
prizes was a lot on Sixteenth street. The
company realized upwards of ten thousand
dollars from the lottery and drew these two
principal prizes itself. The money it spent
for the steam engine and necessary hose,
which cost all of the ten thousand dollar?,
the hose costing about three dollars per
foot. The engine is as good as ever, and
the lot and the land the company still has
also. The latter is said to bo cut up into
patches, each a hundred feet square and
each standing on edge at an angle of forty
five degrees. That is to say, it comprises a
series of rocky hills and deep,dark ravines.
Very few of the present members of the
company have ever seen this piece of real
estate, and there are probably very few citi
zens in Cairo who are any wiser in this re
spect. The company, that is, those of the
members who are sturdy fellows and lovers
of adventure. They will tako the narrow
guage train to a point opposite the land, as
neirly as they can guess, and then take a
drive of five miles, more or less, in wagons
carrying provisions and refreshmentsenough
for a fornight, and ladders and hooks and
ropes, ami a compas and surveyor's tools,
etc., etc. They will, of course, bid their
Mends and relatives a tearful adieu before
leaving, and will exact promises from them
that, iu case nothing shall bo heard of the
explorers tor sixty days, a searching expe
dition shall be organized, that shall hunt
for and gather up from the many hillsides
and gulch'- and rocky peaks, bucIi bones
and other remnants of the foolhardy ad
venturers as may be found bleechiug there,
and inter them decently in civilization's
cemetary. We promise them beforehand,
that we will do what may bo in our power
to bring about this humane result.
FROM DIXON TO DIXIE.
Editor of thu Hulletln:
From tho ice cold waters of tha justly
celebrated Iron and Magnesia Springs
which bubble up from the vasty depths of
Dixon's Glen; to the boiling, seething, caul
drons which discharge their millionsof gal
lons of hot waters teaming with life, health
and strength to the thousands of invalids
who visit this wonderful city for health or
pleasure. A most enjoyable buggy ride
over and through the picturesque hilhi mid
valleys of Pope county. A delightful stay
of a few days among friends in Cairo where
tho invigorating breezes which almost con
stantly fu ntho cheeks of her busy citizens
and tho fragrant odors arising from the
"Own and Only" "Punctatum Rotatum"
was most grateful to my Olfactories,. A
grand night ride made glorious with tho
light of a harvest moon, over the Iron
Mountain road to Poplar Bluff somewhat
poiled by a tedious wait in a nasty depot.
A hot, dusty, smoky, but safe and speody
run to Malvern, a close connection with tho
model narrow guago which climbs and
squirms and wriggles in and out and round
about the spurs of tho Ozark ami invaria
bly lands its load of heavy invalids aud
tired pleasure seekers on tho platforms of
its nice little dep it, where they nro greeted
with tho usual rabble ami franileiuonoism
incident to such places, but aro all quickly
provided for among tho best hotels and
boarding houses equal to any. I BCattcr
from the crowd and soon reach my moun
tain valley homo where I urn glad to bo
A hasty glance through our busy littlo
city reveals, the wonderful march of pub
lic and private improvement now going on,
excavations are being mado for three more
palatial bath houses. Also for the army
j and navy government hospital, largo gangs
of men and teams aro at work excavating
and walling on either side of the creek-bed
uniler a contract from the government; ele
gant private resiliences and rows of small
cottages are rising like migic all through
the valley, streets are being tilled up to
grade with the excavations. This city Las
been on wheels and j u k screws for tin- pa-t
five years, many houses having been raised
two or three times to conform to the risi;ig
grade, aud this reminds me of ilu efforts
now beiiti male bv many of Cairo's IcmI
intr citizens to boost her up i-ut of the u-'st
where she h is .vit t l-m.;, and place her
where she can bid dttUuco to the m:g! ty
flood which semi-aunui'.ly thriven her de
struction. The cost ..! tf lli: t-re .! I
be merely nominal eotupinrd vm-.i the e t
of excavating here. You can w r' ,;, m
shovel, en I railroa i track for dumping,
here nothing short of dynamite aud giant
powder will start these rocks from their
flinty beds, and only trucks and te uns i an
be used to move them. The raising of
Cairo in the manner proposed seems to me
to be entirely practicable, and the people
who have shown their indomitable w ill and
peraeverence in su :cessfu!ly fighting the
flood", have just the right rit to put it
through if once begun, and so mote it be.
Hot Spring, Ark., August 25th, l?o.
Mr. John Cusack, St., Mary's The lngi
cal Seminary, Baltimore, Md., says af'er
having suffered months with pleiirndiiiia
(rheumatism of the chest), and havii.g tried
everything medical talent could u rgest,
without relief, the pain-cure, St. Jacobs Oil
was recommended anl it cured him.
INTERESTING TO LADIES.
Our lady readers can hardly fail to have
their attention called this week to the lat st
combination of improvements in that most
useful of all domestic implements, the
As we understand it, a machine for fam
ily use should meet first of all these re
quirements: It should be simple in its me
chanism; it should run easily; it should do
a wide range of work; it should be as near
ly noiseless ns possible; it should be light,
hands ome, durable, and as cheap as is con
sistent with excellence throughout.
These conditions the "Light-Running
New Home" certainly meets. It has also
several very important and useful attach
ments and "notions''of its own, which tjo
far to make good its claims to popular fa
vor. The "New Homo" specially recommends
itself to pun haserson account of its supe
rior iii -ch.inical construction, eae of man
agement and reasonable price. Over half
a million I ave been sold in the last three
years, all of which are giving universal sat
isfaction. This unrivalled miehine is man
ufactured by the NEW HOME SEWING
MACHINE CO ,30 L'nion Square, New
York, win wish us say tint all who will
send for their n-w illut:ated catalogue
and enclose their advertisemsnt (printed on
another page), will receive a set of fancy
advertising novelties of value to those col
letting car-Is, ifcc.
O.NI.Y TW'K.VrV-HIVK DAYS MOItK ! ! !
In which to buy your Dry Goods, Cloth
ing, Hats an I dps, Ladies and Children's
Shoes, Men's Boots, ifcc, CvC, On Sept.
20th, 1MS:J, this sale will close. No such
chance was ever offered in Cairo, to buy
goods at less than cost and almost your
own pi ice. Stock iuu.it be closed out and
many bargains yet remain. This is no ad
vertisement for buncoinb. Tha stock must
be sold to closo the estate of Win. Wolf.
We offer Bryan Brown Custom Shoes for
f-i.Jji) and 12.75; former price, fl2o and
if'1.75. Children's Shoes, 2:., .V), 7oi:, and
ll.OO; goods that sold before at 7-V,., $1.00
and tl..V), Everything else as low. Ladles
Hose at Tic, lOV., 20c. and JiOe; formerly,
10c, 20c, and 10c. Men's Shirts that
sold at 1 1. .10 and $2.00, now half prion.
Prints for .'IJc, lc.., i:.and Be. Good new
styles. Lirg! stock ot Ribbons that sold for
10c, 20c, 10c. un TjOc per yard, now hull'
Remember this is your last chance, Tho
stock is still larger. Having done both h
wholesale and retail trade, wo required a
Many winter goods which must bo sold,
aud will soon be needed, are now open. We
cnuld write u paper full of quotations of
these goods; but prefer to havu you call
and obtain our prices, and then compare
them with prices of good, Bold clsewhoro.
Bargains in every line for those who want.
P.S.-Wo shall after Sept. 1, ISSU, re
duce our stock of Groceries, in order to
have it appraised. Hero aro bargains also.
820-15t C. O. P.
HEALTH and COMFOR1
Msinfoct your PBKMISES. Wo Iiavea large
COPPERAS, CHLORIDE of LIME,
IIROMO CHL0RALUM, GIR0NBIN,
CARBOLIC ACID, Etc,
Also (iKXUINE DALMATIAN
M KUCHA NTS.
t ! atnl 1 Cirainii-r
I Cairo, Illinois.
DRY (iOODX and NOTIONS,
a run ltiif nf all the latent, ncwi-nt eolort
a 1 ij-jh.I:;.-. mul !n-t manufurtnre.
i) k i'ai iTM rcx r.
Tipctni', IcKtam, Oil
I'tutb. A ., Ac.
Thic i) purule nt. K-ru,. a full flir unci
U coniliitee in nA rji'TO". imN nre
t"Wnlwl ol U'.i-Kt ctvle and Ije-t ma
terlal. Bottom Prices and First-class Goods!
.N.nif t-f :ii tin r.iK jinn, vigv.i c.'iit pr line for
HrH arj'l flvt renu j.;r line each uhaeq'ient tnior-
i.n. Knr one t.-,n. yice-uts icr line, i'or one
Onk furnished room fur rent. Apply to"
Mrs. M. B iyle, over the Parlor Shoe Store.
Saddle Rock Oystc-is at DeBaun 50 Ohio
A Urge number of men wanted to make
staves. Steady employment u'iveu from
now until next spring. Full wages paid.
Apply toj. McRay, R-ctor, Ark., or to
Furnbaker & (Jo., Cairo, Ilia. tf
Restaurant and Oyster House,
Hcgi A Bucher.
John Hegi and Kl rliard Budicr Imve
formed a partnership jtl butchering and
will continue the bo.sin.-ss t the old stand
ot John Hegi oil Cuiuiuerciid avenue, be
tween 19th anl 20:h. Oil and new custo
mers are invited to cull on them and they
will find a full assortment of the best of
cut meat-, at all times mid all kinds of John
Hegi's celebrated make of sausages during
the R-HMin. tt
For a good ucal g(J to DeBaun's, 51 Ohio
N'W Boarding Houso.
Mrs. R, K. N'onn in hm opened a fir-t-cUss
boarding house in the Bribach house,
opposite Court IIotj,e, where regular board
ers and transient guests will find good ac
commodation, Boird and lodging $1.00
per week, rates to transients $1.00 per day.
Table, supplied with the best the market
oysters at DeBaun's, 50
TO CON'I IIVC I'OIIS AND HCII.DKItS.
Sealed !iids will be received at the office
of IJ. II. Cm l.-e, (,'itiro, Ills., any time be
fore no on of August :ilst, 11, lot furnish
ing the materia, s and erecting a building
at Cairo, Ills., to be known as the A. B.
Salford Memorial Library Building, accord
ing o the plans and spicillcations ("printed
copies of the specifications can be furnished)
to be seen at the office aforesaid.
Bids may be submitted for any part or
parts of the work, or tor the w hole of it.
Uood and sullicier.t bond will bo re
Any or all tuds may he rejected.
Address to the undersigned marked
"Proposals for Sall'ord Memorial Library
Building. ' Anna K. Safpouu.
Cairo, Ills., Aug. 10, 181.
For a good cup of tea or colfee, go to
New Blacksmith Shop.
A r.ew horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. I'. Powers on Tenth street. All
wanner of blacksmithing and wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work done promptly, tf
Iv. Kiclihoirn Furniture Room.
Don't buy any kind of furniture until
you have seen the beautiful stock at 101
Commercial avenue near Sixth street, up
stairs. All tho latiibt styles at cltmo prices.
For Sale or Trade.
A first-class property consisting of J acru,
garden, etc., a good dwelling house, a store
house 70 feet deep, 2-story barn, ico house,
corn cribs, smoke-house, well, cistern, etc.,
at Uu-enlleld Landing can be bought for
cash or I will exchange for Cairo property.
I mean businesH. Comoand seo mu.
02l)tf John Tammku.
I GOLOSTINE U
OHIO LKVEtf 1
anil Cor. Bth & Wash. Ave,'
QEOKOK H. LKACH, M l).
PHYSICIAN fe SURGEON
Htieclal attention trnlJ tn tli u ...i.i, ......
nif.tii of aurulcal du:m . aiel flU.-a.s r womei
iuu i iii.urt'u.
mr.t-r, ojitmi the J'oit
onite, Cairo. III.
J)R. J. K. STRONG,
128 Commercial Ave, Cairo, III.
VAi'OIi, ELKCTUO VAI'OK asu MEDIC ATKD
HAT I IS
A Isrljr iu attundanrK.
CO N SULT ATI O X FHKK.
)R W. C. JOCELYN,
D K N T 1ST.
UKKH.'K K.ghth Utrwt, nr toico r rcia'. Atido
J)R. E W. WHITLOCK,
Owei-No. 13 Commercial Av.-tio, betwwa
Keht i and Sli.th Ht'er
XKW YORK STORK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN' THK CITY.
GOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE
I ATI VJi CO..
Cor. Niiiuloontb itriet 1 i.,' til
C'ommorcia! ATi-nna I
I Ulllll, 111.
4AI. B. SMITH.
eubiiit a. itii.
Grand Central Store.
DKAI.E US IS
CA1KO. - - ILL.
Shop on llallliluy Avenue, tiet wi.cn r'nurth and
Klxtli btrectv Cairo, Illiniili.
tWAII kliirln nl light and heavy hlackumlthlnif,
waifon anil carriage work done fn the most work
manllkt) manner. Uirsc-ilioi;lii a upecialty and
attraction Kunrati teed
f ALL IDA Y BROTHER.
FLOUR, OEAIN AND HAY
Highest Cash Price Paid lor Wheat.
PROPRIETOR OP SPROAT'H PATENT
Deal or in loo.
ICK BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELl
PACKED FOR SHIPPING
(Jnv Loads a Spocialtv.
Cor, Twelfth Street aud Leree,