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W. L. BRISTOL,
Rcops ovorything pertaining to
tho lino of Stuplo and Fancy Gro
lorioa, Woodonware, Vcgotnblos.
Fruits, ttc, &c.
My Now Style Mixed
Difl'oront Combination Prom nny
Boforo Oirorcd in tho Market,
and of Excellent Flavor.
and FLOWER POTS,
1 HIB tit MS Ma,
Svrco' a.jL'1 Rich
Central Hop Yeast
Airuln Thin Summer.
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
MT. OARBON(Big Muddy)
Orders for Coal by tho car-load,
ton, or in hoRBhcads, for shipment,
.iroraptiv niionaca 10.
SiSTTo largo consumers and all
manufacturers, wo oro prepared
io supply any quantity, by tho
aionth or year, at uniform rates.
CAIKO CITY COAL COMPANY.
tVIIallMay llro 'i offlce, No 70 Ohio I-cvoc
rj"llirnlay Ilro ' luirf uoat
STl-At Kcvntiiiu .Mills, or
tJAt the Coal Dump, fojt ot ThUty-LIslit
53-J'ost OlUce Diuwer.
Butter, Eggs, Fish, Poultry,
Game and all kinds ot frosh
Fruit and Vogotablos.
Eighth Street, Cairo, 111
ft-niiliTa for Mrumtiuiitu laoiiiiilly illliil ut
miy hour, tluy urtiulit. i-i:i ti
Wholesale, Retail and
KinilTU STIIEF.T. '
lHigh08t Cash Prico paid for
Hogs and Cattlo.
A Book for the People.
PJlYJIOLOav i a Iralikiww Wdllrnl ruX c.f v.tf
OT ( Iti il'iulito (uhuiiii titi h iiiILmi lliu
. n.. . . .... 1 1'' ' "'( i iiBriihiK.untlii'iKiiitnl,
IllllAut.. ) huirul miiikiul riluiiui,ullliit n'ih,
. . MnrrtaKO,lttiJutli'oi!'ttllin)lllriu
linn, tho Myitcrloi or lloprailuctlon. &c. A itanlinl
ai th nil)' uii ilioMirlou.ili.ruwa Mllla'tr.nary ndOi
cr..ilvoOrnclU.ili,ixi.,liiiliilllna u.l I'uimiul lrf
vats, Vuiaiclanil Cluoula Ciencai'l' l.otliVxt, ilic
t-nvcti ot Larly Abuscn on tlif twiiul .u-tn miil lliu iInii.
ICrn ot mMi1 In-lore unci lltr innrrl.lic, Imdlnit luiiri'.
luiluro Jify uJ Impotcnoy t otltatu louiiMllortullie
limntfj nd tlioio C"iniiilailia mirrlnco. ot lucre
iUllckoJl-nlt'll'nt,hillll(hf Uhlyiv.,ul.r mllnl work
ilyluK uuiiitroul ncr p'.lvu, tuf all tu alii,u ulnuirl.
J'llCV, I'.prr w5i"i5r Mill, fli"1'. A l aill
tri. el.ijuuiiillu rkt'i. il..'4l. a
ut ixuKiiU of tln aooio iii..nitlu.ilwriirnti
r itaiun. Alia a mull Modical Truatl.n mi Hi.
aliui i ill.eaii'i. to ) vii 10 ci. Audio,
THE MEDIOAL & BUEOIOAL INSTITUTE,
M .v.ai'UVB U'aata.
r8sV i 5
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wliolrnlc and Httiill Dealer" In
Foreign and Domestic
WINF-N OF AM KiXIS,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MKSSll- . .MYT1I A CO. Iiae runH.nlly
a Utile Mork of Ilir bt li, lliv innr-
Let, iiml irlw e,eclul attention to I Iks MioIumiIc
rancli of the liuslnesK
The Undersigned Having Given
Is now Prepared to Furnish Ico
At prices that will Compare Fav
orably with any Dealer. He
will now Dovotc his a ten
tion Entirely to his
Ooruor Xliclxtla. Qtroot,
W!l, WETZEL. Proprietor.
A TUUSTY watch Upl tiittlit ami ilny for
.x. train and sieainuoait
The Urt nf arcominixlutloni
piertu at 'I wo IMI.irs ir Uur
wiioi.tiN.ii.i: ;ihm i:hs.
STRATTON & BIRD,
AOENTS AMERICAN POWDER CO.
57 Ohio Loveo.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
No. 10 OHIO LEVEE.
CM'KCIALntU'iitlnn glMi tucoiulaiiiinnts and
KJ llllliir onlcn.
I'AI.NT AM OIIS.
B. F. PARKER,
?aints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Papor, Window Glass, Win
aow ontiacB, ate.
AlwitTs on tiiiiul, tlic ccklnutisl IUumlimllng
Corner Eleventh Streot and WasblnK-
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
ST. G. ZZXTXlXiSr
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
lullatln Bttildintr, Corner Twelfth Street
and Washington Avenue,
CfCmintv Hint Hallrowl Work t pccliiHy
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1875.
LOSS OF THE MENDOTA.
I. Iil of the l.nH nnrt Hhii-iI.
f ine.,.. Cy.t.l 1't Tlir CI'VI'N linA(Ml-
"crficrthu.MeiHlotn who wvie picked tip '
r.. .1... - . 1 4 . f .IT,. V U.t.ttntl .....
uy me m;iiihiiii'1 uinr, uu .uiiuniju. in-
rived litre to-dav. 'I'liov tin: Cnjit. I alr
Iiiink", l'. W. VnlrlHinltt, S. I.. Siikc,
I'ntrlvk .Monalion, W. S. Crane, Amos
lle, nml (Juorgi! .McKInupy.
A iiiciiiIht nt the crew tnle tlmt nt
iiiio o'clock Friday morning this nave
lictfitii lircnklnt; ovor the, Mcntloln. nml
lie parted tin; line by which .-ho w.-mmv-Imh
tho barjju .Morning Star. The water
kept gaining till 5 o'clock, when the
other barge, Kvenln; Star, was thrown
.Soon nfter, the boats were loaded, mid
the Captain, hN son, the llrt mate and
oiiiu of the erew ellmbed Into the larger
one. Tho .tnaller one was taken bv
fcomi! oJ'tlie erew, who ulino-t initiiedi
ntelv pulled itwav. The father and wife
of the captain were li lt. Tim father wan
(event v vear old. He was trying to yet
to the "boat when hut teen. The -toward
tood with his w and went down with
'l'hi' lory Is related by another ineiii
ln;r of the crew, who speaks In terms of
praUe of the conduct of the captain and
The Memlota Is eighteen year's old. and
owned by Win. Cros-thwalle. of IliilV.do.
Ills ".on "perhhed on the boat. She car
rled a larue ear'o of coal, and was viil
ncd at SIW.OOO. The earj;o was iiiriired.
but the ve-el wa not.
It Is feared that the bar-re Kvenln-rStar
Is lot. She had .Mx men on board.
I.ISf 01' TIIK I.O'T AMI SAVKIi.
Ciiic.in.i. Sept. 1 1. -The list ofthe lot
and i-aved in tiin .Meiidota dla-ter, a
iven by Chief Knidnee r lles, are:
William 'r"thwalt',) fiwner's .von. ac
ting as clerk.
V. Talrbauk. the captain's father, who
wasalon-; on a pleasure trip.
Kli.a I'alrbauli-, the caplaln's wife.
Charle- I (can, Me ward, and hi wife, of
llayt. ity. They had been cooking on
the Ilrailbury for tour year.
Kd. Hughes second enirhieer. of Ituf
lalo, Mnle. thirty year" old.
Patrick livan, tlr.t wheelman, of l!av
William 'J rank ford, watehinan. of Hay
Kdward Moynhan. IMward Durrow,
Kdwiird .Mulligan, aud.Iohu Coriel,deck
Albert Fairbanks, captain,
rrjiiklln W. Fairbanks, captain's son.
.lolin .MelCliiueh. Urn mate.
Amos Hc.ss. chief engineer.
W. Scott Crane, llreman.
Thomas .Mnrpliy. llreman.
.lames Smith. 'Snencer I,. Sare. and
Cicorjju .MeKlnney, deck lianiN.
AXOTIIKII f ItVIVOK.
A tele-'ram received here fays . h.
UrnHtlivultu, con of the owner of the
wreckeu vuhmji .Meiiiliiui, wus jilcucil up
to-uay ami uiKen io ucoiuo.
An Hour With Thomni Ciirlj lr.
Clarence V. Ilowen wrltc 1'roin London
to tin- Imlrpaultnt: lJoviu:oint'5 Thomas
Otrlylo from liU aiii:ttiin Into tliu liall-
way ayr.iv-wnl-ktrt'ti old man wnii cyu.4
li:tll'clo-cil, a- if poinliirin over oinu
mental abstraction nntl -Imttiu out tliu
external world. Ho placid upon tliu
table a Iontr clay iiine. from which lie
had been r.iUlni: aelotid ot -tiioue. and
took tip oneof half a do.en felt hats, with
a broad a brim a you sec on a Colorado
ranchinaif head. UU clothing was ot
the coarsest .Scotch twill, and like a
(nakei-,.s stilt, va- fjray and of onu color.
ill coat reaencu ueiow ni kiicc'-.
riniili! Who are your heat length
said, wlien hU brother remarked that
somebody was standing near by.
s r. I am one oi a intiiumtic in Amer
ica who, having read a few of your work?,
havo long had a de-Ire to call on you."
After the uual courtesies, I explained
to lilm that my wish In seeing him had
now been gratilled, and that I would
most rcpeetfully bid hlui good afternoon.
Another grunt, was tliu only reply.
While bowing my way out lie stopped
me with the remark : "I am going to
walk. Come with me.'' I went. Ilu
started oil" at a good pace, with his bauds
c i ml him ami Ills head siigiuiy inclined.
When, alter a few moments, I ventured
a question, lie answered u in me uiu no
critic fashion by asking a do.en. He
wished to know about thu United States,
our churches, our colleges, our public
men. Most irrcat men when you cuter
their presence Inspire you with their
greatness, and either ny word or intinia-
t on lHveai men Mimes. j uunnn
Carlyle is a conspicuous execution.
It was with diiueuiiy mat i coum pei
him to talk oi h ni'e or tret his views on
oiiest Otis ot tliu uay. uermauy, nu ai
li'tlglll Saul, Wits III a si.iu: ui iiiL-uiuiv..,!
trMii.ltlon. DoL'inii was vleldiiu: to fact.
.. , t - t.. ,., f ll.....ln.tl.in
'rim t: br t an c litre i was cnaiii'iiii', nut
th.. -'nun truths ot Christ unity were iiu
alterable, lu thu hands ot Bismarck, tliu
ehlefest statesman ol thu age. Its progre
was as certain a tliu rising oi to-mor-row's
sun. Nothhur was to bu feaivtl.
W th Kim am there was more siiioku
than lire in thu air. lly Carlisle, a plain
Scoti hiiKiii. reared lu tliu k'ood old I'rcs'
bvteriau ttishlon, the new inovenieiit lu
thu ritualistic nartv of thu established
chinch wcro rtaided with
dislike ; but the points In i
dispute weru trivial and should soon
vanish wneu weigiiuur prouieius n:
nitilu unsolved. Ilu spoke soniuwhat
fillghtlnglv of Gladstonu anil his recently i
published" pamphlets. He had watched
him us In changed from a high tory to a 1
most outspoken ifauicai. uiiuistoue s i
gravest taint, inoiigiu v-ariyie, was mat
lie looked exclusively at thu side Issues of
trreat fiue.itlons, lie recoirni.etl Ihc
Gearings and appearances, not the under
lying tact ; nntl a met, uu continued, was
H divinu reveiaiinu, nun uu who iicicii
contrary to It sinned against Rod.
"Is GludMone. then, only tt politician;"
I linked. "Much worse," wa the an
swer, "tor uu always acts uiu pniiuciaii
with the wisdom oi a siaieniau."
Hero we approached n street crossing.
When half way over, Mr. Carlyle muI-
(lenlv stonneil. and stoon Inir down
Kicked soiueiiiiiig uiu in uiu uiuii, iii uiu i
risk ot being run over ny one ot um
many carriages in thu street. With his
. , , ,t l ......
oaru nanus uu orusueu uiu mmi uu mm
placed thu white substance In a clean
spot on thu curbstone. "That," said ho,
in a tone us sweni nun in worn us ueim-
llful as 1 havo ever heard, "Is only a
crust of bread. Yet I was taught by my
mother never to waste, and aoovo an
bread, more precious tlinu gold, thu sub
stance that is thu same- to tliu body that
thu tnlitd is to thu soul. 1 um sure tho
llttlo sparrowe or a linnirry (hit will et
iioiirNliment from that lilt oi bread."
l- lewlaml IMalwtralfr.l
1'olire department' sometimes recene
letters and deierlptlons of a peculnr na
ture, but the lollowiiiK Hei over any
thluKin the line of ''complaint" we re
member to have ever seti. It has served
Its purpose, hence the chiel permits iu to
publish, without giving me name oi mo
Sr. I.dl-h. Mav If. lS,.i.-;hler of
I'olke. Cleveland. Ohio: W .11. Hunt Is
a large sauare-bultt man. is pompous
' lookhiL'. with a face broad rather than
loiifr. lie lias the smile ol an lintel and
tlits heart of u demon, yet women like
hlni,as they generally do.
ItUotranee. but a woman Kcnerally
'rKVnffiX ftXOT -ft 1
in the quiet waiu of life. lie has ihtiit .
nan. iiiiiu ujes aim n i;uiii'iuaioii iiiuuu
up ot "beer madi" and "iu cockUills."
From the records lie lias played it
Mveet on some thirteen women, and
three more States to hear Iron).
He fought, bled and died for gills all
over the land, from Maine to Mexico,
and was not partlclaras to class, liking
and loving girls In the parlor or on their
There are H'Veral here aching to see
him. but. so tar, he Is lion e-l.
I. Itlle wee ones are Muiallhig "papa"
all over America Tor hliu.aud inativ more
peei i from foundling hospitals fulliurles.
He manager to dre-s well upon what
he can get out of the people without giv
ing the in any equivalent.
If you i-ee hlui.eatth him for the ake
of "tillering hiiinanllv here.
Signed by a St. I.ouMady.
N'Ktv Voisk, S' pt. II. This morning
while experimenting with Mrs. Suhda's
patent aerial ladder In Kutger's square,
an appallhi'; accident occurred, whieli re
sulted hi the death ol at leat three men,
and probably two or three others. It appear-
that as soon a the ladder had been
put together and placed hi tio-lliou hi the
center of the square, the chief mounted
to the tup, billowed by elghtorten of hl
men, ranged m various iioluis along ine
ladder. The ladder louked to be nearly
100 tiet in height. Thu men had not
been on tliu ladder more
than half a minute when it swayed
backward and forward and suddenly
snapped in two. Thu men were Instant
ly iirecitated to the ground, three of them
killed outright, and a-, many more dan
gerously, If not fatally injured. The
bodies were immediately removed on
trucks. The chid was among thu killed.
J.ater Information says it wa Win. Xa'h,
chief of the battalion, and not the chief
engineer, who was killed. Thu others
who were killed outrijrht bv the tall were
riilllin Morse and Willlam'lltighes. Thu
Aerial Ladder Company had been ordered
for practice, and while the men were uo
ing through their evolutions the accident
A fifth Nlory.
,,A ,;irlll' correspondent of tho Atlanta
lltmld, ill the course of nil Jult-renfiij;
communication regarding Florida fMiur"
tesiiy: "The bet fl-herinen in Flori
da are tin: pelicans ami osprevs. The
pelican consumes about a peck of fish a
day. i ncy nock about the straits and
inlets by thousands. Jiuppothv then
are L',000,000 pelicans In Florida ami
there are cerlalnlv more than that they
would cat .VXMXkJ bushel of ll-h each
day, or l.'.oOO.uOO bushels per year.
J lie millions upon millions nl white and
blue cranes, herons curlews, rUj
fishhawks. klngll-her-, and "other
water fowl, devour thousands f bushels
of II si i every twenty-four hours. An ex
perienced cracker estimates that 700,000
bu-hels of ll-h u day are required to feed
the birds of Florida alone. This would
uiaku 2J.",000 bushels each year. Add to
this the billions ot iish swallowed bv
harks, bass stud others, and the sum to
tal will reach nearly '.'.000.000,000 bushel
destroyed by leathered and finny tlsher-
ineii on thu peiiitisiila in twelve mouth-.
At llr.-t glance the-e llguri-s. appear enor
mous, but tot any man make bi own es
timate, and earclully lljruie it up, and he
will llud them under Instead ot over."
It is stated upon what Is rernrded by
the Atlanta Constitution as rellitblu au
thority, that den. Joseph K. .Johnston
has been appointed and has accented thu
position of Cotnniaudcr-ln-Clilef of thu
Army ol hgypt. only a short tlniesluci
and lor thu third time, was ho tendered
tliu position, lids time It was urged
upon him so strenuously that hu at
length consented, and is making Ills prep
arations to go over and assume hi posi
tion Immediately. He is to get $100,000
to prepare hluisulf an outilt, and i to re
ceive thu sum of $25,000 annually for
having siiiircinu control of thu army of
tlie Khedive ot Egypt. The Amtricun,
fciST Uuiinir the epidemic of iiitermlt
tcnt.s in thu West this eeason. the whole
immense stock of Aver's Ague Cure be
came exhausted, and the producing pow er
of Ids Laboratory was found inadequate,
to meet tlw demand. Many who knew
Its extraordinary virtues for the cure of
Chills and Fever, paid exorbitant prices
for it. Thl Ague Cure I said, by those
wlio use It. to never full. Header, it you
must have medical aid, take the best of
medicine. Four leinedles arc dear, as
good are cheap, at any price you have to
pav for tin-in. Charleston Courier.
Mme. S. A.&P. Johnson
Wish lo lufoim tin Ladle tlmt llicy Imvc culled
hue Willi :iii
Elegant Assortment of Human Eair.
Will ivueiv tiiul woik oi r ullpld Imlr In tin
newest uml most fusliluimblot.vlc. Lndlin un
liivlnil tu call rally, m oar i-My U lliulti-il, nml
umiii k-IIIiik . ,
At tho Very Lowost Prices.
Iliivlns reienlly iinlieil I'lom London and
I'tirlj. n i-nii I'liiitlili ntlv Klve yon tin- lutet
btj les in eirry t ai Icty t tmlr lUest-liiK
Storo on Elchth Street, Near the Bank.
Wantlnif School yuriillureoriunpllcjihoulil write
J.K, IIAKKIt.No.il N hcTeiithM..Ht.Loul,Mtk
i UU CAN MMCK IT VAX.
s u.l Hump f.r inntl lontml ilrcuWir. of im-at nluo.
Hr. H. ll ,1'AItll, II K. Wiuh. bt. liuluajiolli, In..
THE NEW LOW RESERVOIR "STANDARD"
Great Durability with Handsome
MADE ONLY BY
Excelsior Manufacturing Comp y
012, 014, 016 and 018 N. MAIN STREET, ST. LOUIS, MO.
AND SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY
8..:-2m C- W HENDERSON, Cairo, Illinois.
ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.
ItKSIIIENCK: No 1!1 'llilrtirntli ntrert. tf
Iwwii Wulilnton oxemif ami Walnut .Mnrt.
OFPfCi:: North nfilo of Eighth stmt bo.
tin fit Comnn-rol.'il and W.ililnKtnn!iv'UU'.
W. DUNNING. M. D.
(.ortn-r Ninth and Walnut
Ol'KICK Corner Mxth ln-t ami Ohio lew.
OFFIUK HOt'ltS- KroniOn m. I2ni , nn.t
irniu 'i tn i v m.
OHN II. MULKEY,
Attorney nt 1mv.
OFFICE: At resMenrp on .S'liith Slwl, be
tween WxOtliiKt')" avenue uml Walnut -I
gAMUEL P. WHEELER,
Attornej- nt Iinw.
OFFICK: Ohio Levee, over room formerly
occupied by Flral National hunk,
QREEN & GILBERT,
Attorneys nntl Counselors
OFFICU. Ohio Ixivee, rooms 7 ami S
city .Naiiomil llauk,
WIIILimll. Green, ) I
William 11. Gilbert, V CV1UO. ILLINOIS.
MlIeeFn-d'k. Gilbert. S
K3SH-clal attention ghen to Admiralty and
HK.II. estati: Aii:.VT.
JOHN a. HARMAN & CO.
JONVEYANCEES. NOTARIES PUBLIC
Land Airents of the Illlnoia Central and
BurllnBton and Quincy R. It.
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Levae,
I. O. LYNCH. M. . IIOWLKV.
LYNCH & H0WLEY,
FtTFI ATi EISTATEI
3olloctors and Conveyancers.
OFFICE At the Court Ilouao
BOX and BASKET CO
' All kinds linrtl uml soft,)
FLOORING, BIDING, LATH, &0
Mill and Yard,
ZJorner Thirty-Fourth Streot and
SIXTH STREET, Botwoon OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
Manufacture hla own Horao Shoes aud
can Aaauro Oood Work.
ARK ECONOMY IN PRICK.
QUICK AND UNIFORM
Designs, and Giving PERFECT
Pianos and Organs,
SHEET MUSIC AND
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE OF
HALLET. DAVIS & CO.'S
Of World wido Reputation.
Acknowledged by all cood Musicians to be the
DtJi i-uino now mime.
THE GREAT UNION PIANO,
Of which wo havo sold over -100 dunug
twelve years past, becoinint,' more and more
popular every day.
SMITH'S AMERICAN ORGAN,
Splendid tone, l'ower snd Durability.
Kimball's Orchestral Organ,
A very tine Instrument, adapted to lmtru-iu-ntal
u well as vocal music.
A LL Till: AllOVIi AHi: OKKKItKll OS
X. L.iy .Monthly l'ttjnicnts, at low liijures
In great variety, Including all tlin new
and popular lnut-iu ol the day.
Orders from tho Couniry
liroinjitly tilled and .sent
violins guTtirs banjos
FHKNCll UAltl'S, ETC., ETC.
Band Instruments of all Kinds
Fundnticd to Order.
STRINGS FOR VIOLINS, GUITARS, ETC.
Ot the Hunt Quality.
Classical Studies and Exercises
Of allKrade.1 for Piano or Voice.
dTKvcry description of Miislunl Mer
uhundltiu furnlslieit to order, promptly and
at prices lower than oer oll'ered before
ULNOV ALSO OV
ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
St-iid for Illustrated Cataloguo and Vrlco
Llstoflliej-e beuutltul Kroupc.
All Qoodi Warranted Reprtiented.
ROBBINS' MUSIC BAZAP,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Bold Very Close.
'Jornar 18th St.
and Ootnmercf! At
C. 0. PATIEE & CO.
And dealer la
I CAIKO, IM.IXOIS.'
LIME, GEMEKT, FLA1TXS,
Vmimr City Nattaat.! Daak.
IW1M. icll hi car-load lot at ir;niircturrrf
rricra, adillnf Frriaht.
JOHN B. PHIXXIS
(Successors Io John B. Phlllis)
Ami Urultrs hi
HAY, CORD, OATS, FLOUR,
XXAL, BXAX, etc.
Agsnu tor LA7LIX BAXD MWDKX CO
7. I) Jl.ltllllJ!
MATHUSS Sc UHL,
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
Q4 Ohio Zjovoe.
No fi) Ohio Letce,
K. J. Ayrea.
9. I. Ajtt.
AYRES & CO.,
Ii. D. THOMS,
And dealer In
BTAPLE AND FANCY
Foreign and Somaatle FruiU and Mate
14 COMMUtCIAL AVX1TVX.
II. M. L'l'NMlKaHAll.
PARKER & CUNNINGHAM,
(Successors lo Miller A l'arktr,)
Aud Dealers lu
WHEAT, MEAL, GRAIN. HAY,
tJWehaveleaeil the Ijirge Yellow Wart
house, atonure ruiiucity J.emi toni, which glrM
us ample fiicllltlea tor storing anil tninpioir
C. N. HUGHES,
OXZZO Xj XI XT 3d 33.
Om MatluM UW'.
flnt-CUat Coiupaulu rrjut
S AFFORD, MOKKIB
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City KatltMl Balk MUiaf , Main.