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l.fAIIHMll llll ! III! II ,
I rxomsT hooictim .
1 1 J M rtwir tall the ttrnl Hid tUtrU M ('IJ
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n- , aV-it wvi-u, lii tni ir Mil in
MKal veauc, tM lwwn siilii ano jh'tihib
- r. I. Kasrown. -
Sjlo encampmiwm o. o. r i;
wia CM-IVllow' 1U11 ob the flrst "' thirt
I !) ib tt m.iBtti, ( Ul--l a
X CAIRO Utili. SO .vn,A.T. A AH
ud KlKlah tr, on the snowd wa
worth Mi4t of ftiontta.
1 3hc SSiiUtiitt.
Exoland made a jfood uVal oi fuss, but
aerer meant tight.
- Thb aasifftiee of Jacob Hccn, bunk
tupt, lays tl estate will pay wcnty-tl ve
fieiitu oil Uie dollnr, and'ulvw c wlltwri
not to Mcrlfiee their clalius.
Th house on Monday, by a vote ol 1 S"
to 79, passed, the Matthew' conclirr?nt
reiolutton Oil stiver, ili:lnrlny the Tljfht
of the g-ovprnuientto py tin public dfbt
Tub trial ol T. C. Atifterson. one ot the
tnembeis ot the Ute I.tmisima returning
board, for fraudulently nlt-rinjj the re
turns of the l;Ut' election, 1 Don- in pro
grets Itefore tlie i-Ute court l N:w
V Tbi American consul at Monjr Kong
telegraphs under dtte ot the 27th that aa
appalling famine preralls throughout
four proTtncea of north China. Nine
1 BilUton of people are reported to be in a
destl nte eon'lition, and children are
daily Hold for foo-1. Appeal are belnj:
. iuada to America and Kntlnint lr a
Taciii: la no new ot iwportunce from
the iatern war. The RustUns ot lift
ticcounts were apparently awaiting dt'
VelopuicLtfi, imd no Hdvaiiw n tMe ou
Con;antinople or (Uiltpoli- i bdn
1 coade; but In case nejfotiit oil Ixil an
orerwhelminx moveioent vlll I"1 ni'le.
Jlie ltomaniani ttormed the 1" urk t.-H
position at Widdlu on Su'iday, and It
' as anticipated that the Tnrki-U lor.'e
would anrrendoron Monday.
Gin. Mnxs.teh'xr Aphid to i!pm. Terry,
cowiiiaolintr the Territory t f luUoia,
' under date ot January 2C.h. that Win
Hull, wlthalare for; at w -lirriow. i
now on "Anierleaa wil, r"i1 iIik' he is
daily receiving relnforrt iocnt Iroiu the
Hed I'lond arfl Siio'tea 'J'nil A.?fn. :f.
The hostile ion tire inikinv propar
at!onn to move (outh, ond anoth'-r In.
, d:aa wr Is alinov. reriub;.
'., - lTlitobhopcd that the Mjri'latnro,
" next oc ion. will innke fiiieb alter
' be bet'er, cban-; the time uiUy .-Uior, It
' would be Diue'i lerfer an. I tiiX' would
fie paid waeli mow proinp'ly It (olle';t
ab!e In AurupI, Si'ptHiitipr and iietotr
than under lha present law.whieti re-
ijuire thtm to Ihj inid in the winter.
t GOVKRNOH Ct'LLOM, although niicn
d fo do no, has declined tn cull an eK'ra
eesion ot the legislarure lor tbt piir)i-i
ol extending th- titnc l"r collrctlnjf
laie. Ihe governor, If the Sta'e yt
ttr quote him correctly, I ol opinion
1 that therein no ncneMty lor an cxten-
rtlon ot time, and believe tht the vrih
" that tha legilature be coiivein.u ii eon-
rtoed to a lew itcrsoiii who i-h to get
a grab at the state treasury. IWUlc
tUls be contend that It U bow loo late,
"' and the'legilaturo could not ixi aem
i! bled In time to aflord the dealnsl ruliel.
i In the ca of Mrs. Mnria Clarke
f Gained as to right ot property in New
t trlean alter a Judgment ws ren-
' slered in her tavor for the preperlie
!: claimed by her, masters in chancery
1 were appointed to report upon what was
doe to ber by the several defendants
' who were ousted o! their 'ownership by
UiU judgement, and what she would be
i' bound In law and equity to credit them
with.;The reports of the master 'in
chaueery have been submitted, and
: New Orlearm Is troubled over the fact
tbat the two Imastcrt at r ire at directly
; tonflicllDg conclusions, making a differ-
' enc of several hundred thousand dollara
' :' in the amount paid.
CBiCaOO.ClnclniinU.St. I.oul", ludlan.
I tapotia, '.Milwaukee, and IsmlsTttle, are
tle prioclpal pork packing centers in
1 ihisoountry. At these points ihenura-
bcr oi bogs slaughtered lor the current
! aeasott to January 23i reached 3.m,'m
I bead, agalost 1,875,000 lor the sp.me time
I last Jear. In comineotlng on the psck
f lng bropec.t, theCloclunatl Prist Cmrtttt
i m "The packing at, Chicago now ex-
. ceeds) (aoMi dl Ust year atO.uoO, and
llaat' trintwr' , aggregate ,iw and
I wliat point Ihe toul may reie'li by
I March 1 no otte ouuido oft'tii''tii:oeerin
fi eoupetetit to guess. Here at Cintinua'.l
reeeipt am v. ell maliittined, and are
fMtteh larger tlian a year ago ; Increase to
jdat2,M. At Ht. Louis the recelpu
J are lair, and the packing has caught up
wllb aame date ust year, is'iiuiupoiis
U rapidly reducing Uie drticlency at that
poliil, wMch is how bUKw. coiupsred
wita a year ago. Milwaukee Is doing a
rattier active Dullness, and is now 7.000
ahead of the astnn date Inst year. Louis-
,TUIa It praetleally dosed at about o,oi
Th- nnpklntf rl iluT nt ull
IpuhiU U now approximately ,Hi.0w,
aralaat iJK&filiQ a year ago. Last win
Itw'a total was 6,1 00,000. It Ii out safe
'now to calculate upon lmi than Ol.OUO
tffciercaat for tha winter at all points,
fwttk rJtU nuasber likely to be consider.
rWf tiaeeded, and auffloJent lucreese
a Wrt'l tomaka tha crop approxl
3tMJM bni vt lart.wiptft'a
iraictl? . .
THE CINCINNATI MURDERERS." 1
... w. .... k. ir.
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Mtllll.t lhti II km it in I He !
- ins HiiitMMii r inini sr-1
reeled t lmi. i
wvij iui. Um biubi-i'Miiuui-i. ,
lMixioUs. Jan, !. This uiorotng,
C'Hy .Marhnl .Manning reeeivvil u tele
gram imiu t-ointue:or Mnlih, ot the In
foninig train tiout Cincinnati, to.iiuet
hliu. MamUng, lu obedience to the te
uuest.wnl the iralu at N'eW London, un
accompanied by any one, and lifuor.mt
tfmt anything m rlous tvas at haml. 1 lie
couductor then Inlnriueii him that three
men had boarded ttio train lilteen n.llei
out (rum I'iiK'Innail, who answered in a
general wav the Jeticripiion giwn ot the
burglar who murdered Ollker Kunkle,
In ineiiinati, jcoterday tuorulng. Alter
leaving I. nvreneetnirj!, one ol tbwbrakc
iucii (tat In the scat with them, and en
gaged In conversation, during which, one
ol them, who igitered as John Iavi,
niter ihe anvH tins evening, voluntarily
mentioned the murder of Kunkel, and
regretted it had been done. All three
premMitcd a wearied appearance, which
Davis exiilalned by saying that they had
been up all night, miu white other
matters were being talked about, luvia
several timus referred to Kunkel' Wfi.
It eeemed to burden liw mind. .Ittt
boarding the train Maiirlng lound he
had a tough crowd to deal wan and
tailed for volunteers, and it wa arv
ranged that nothing ahould be done
to excito rffispicion until after reach
ing tills city. The truin stopped as
iuu.il at the car hop, within the city
limits, and the three men Httcmp ed in
leave the pmoking car by the front en
trance, bir found it locked. Thlsalanu.-d
llu ni, and they rushed JT tfie rear en
trance, and were iuei by Mmnlng, wh )
collared the tirst one. who is called the
"Kid," nnd exiled upon the others to
surrender. The 'second drew his re
volver, and Manning released his hold
on the lirst and gra-ped hi in, pending
the weapon down to the lloor, und fore
inif him back. During thu scuttle the
weapon was discharged. Tli third one,
who irt called Weaver, then tired upon
Miinmng, and with his cocked revolver
ih-oe the passengers from tho car, "iho
Kid"' clearing the pls'if irni. Chiet Fire
Knglneer Sherwood, of this city, showed
a disposition to interfere, but he was
inarched out. and before the passengers
could rally, or tho train employes co
operate, Manning's pr.sonor loreeil limi
elf liKtse, ana juluhu the "Kid" on the
outside, all three started on a r in tor a
street car several Kpiar3 (IHfiut. 1 he
iiaiifiiw and tram men oaeie.-u nn
which whs Khiriied. with the de.-lgii of
beating back the pursuers and giving
them u raaterial lead. They tlieu cap
tured the street car and compelled the
driver to gallop until they m-.'t the in
coming car Irom Irvington, which they
uUa captured, turned out several Indict,
went through one college student, and,
while two gtiaided the man, the othr
held his revolver to the driver's far, and
compelled him to turn about and drive
his teum at (till speed. At two miles
trom the city Hi" horses full, Hod tne
Weaver party then took to the wood. In
b short time the si'erid and pollen cbi..l
urganipd pursuit, and a detachment of
inili'ia. lei by ;nptiln Kordis and
Campbell, flushed the gimo in a vine
yard six tulles dwt'int Irom tliei ei:y.
-hots wei-e.exc.haned, and after a two
mile run. during w hich tb militia tnrce.J
out In every direction, the jratne n
surrounded in a barnyard and ripf.ircd.
They had thrown nwai thrlr weapons
uni aNo every scrsp ih.'it.in'aht lead to
detection. n the re.mn to the city,
Weaver said he resisted Aluniiing ta'cnuse
himsell Rnd party had been our "on a
lay" and hid the "bnodV1 with tiiem,
stid liavis swore ho had some ot the
"outer," wlilcU he had been passing,
ariillielearcdarrAitfor !hit. The'KiU''
niPi llVirmvuiiii' i iui in 4U iu
rays nothing heyondjoinlng Weaver and
Davis in denving lliut they hud ben lu
and Weaver remarked that hr-t. niht
they were in Connersviiie, und wen! do . n
tills morning on tho Valley Junction,
then he changed to Cambridge City, but
In talking ol tic Kunkle atl tir lutiiieited
to Capt. i'ordes that Kunkle had no
business to interfere. To Ihe fVW
Vfnicmt correspondent they' denied
knowledge of the Cineiiinat i murder, and
Davis atJerte.I utter indlttircnce, and yet
wss keeniv anxious toleiirn what elm;;
wa piclerrcd.and whether they would ho
lorwatMe'l to t inciiui.nl tor tnsi. A' jo
liro lieMilimarters tbiv ivgiatered as John
Davij. Frank Weaver and .lo.-oph Datls,
'I he tlrst named is evidently the leader,
lie Is asicd about thlrty-:ivo or forty,
strongly built, medium-sisl, dark eotii
plexion, dark hair, and a very resolute
I o j k . Ills companions addressed hlui as
Jhll. iVfaveria five .?t ten inches in
height, Irish nationality, heavy set. thirty
years of sye, light couiplexlqn, and large
eyes which haven p-.-euhsr glitter when
excited. ...i-,j,h DavN, "the kid,'' Is
smrdl-fi?od, boyidi looking, slight ills-flguretiK-nt
ol lower (aw. dark hair. All
are smooth-meed snd divssed in dark
clothes. They were tli -t " slali'd" f ir as
sault and battery, but the charge w,
atterwards changed to murder, and they
will be held to wail tho sstiou of III,
Ohio authorities. Notwithstunding tia
several hundred shots Mir.J by both par
ties In tho city and during tha clnse in
the country, no person was inpircd. and
Urn only thing killed was a farmer's dog i
killed by astray bullet. Altogether they
showed wotxlerlul nerve, and I heir r sisi
anoe under the odds agsiiint tiiem, is re
garded as a marvelous exhibition ol
Boston's Eich Men.
Krom IheS-n J iMiic-co u I.
Ho'ton cannot, like .San Pranelseo.
count In inlllionaires by the huuilreds
jBtithas ipiitea large' Dumber of rich
men, as wealth govs In the eastern cities,
An xsniinstlon of the as-Fsur'si boL
showed that a comparatively lew men
pay the tsxw, whilo thotuands of tho
cltiiens j.ny a poll tnx only. Much of
tho wealth of New York city is inherit
ed, while that of Boston Is found in men
who havo made their money within the
last hall tenturv ; yet Boston Is tho rich
est city In tho Uulted States, eaf. ot the
Slissliiiippl, according to its optilatlon.
The appraised valuo ot many estates U
from b to Vi per r?nt. lower than they
were a year ago. Among thebeiwv tax
payers is Win. F. Wen, mi w.ai7.7iM:
Joshua Monfgoniry Scsrs, $;l,lfi7.''iJU :
M'jscn Williams. f.2.2;5rt!i(l; John
L. Gardner. $l,X!4 LSs ; VIIIimiu
T. Andrews, $1,ij47.isiO; r'ranklln
Haven, $1 027.000; Augustus H,-ruen.
wav (heirs), 1.0'..7.700; Jordan, Marsh
A Co., f 1 049.100; Joshua Montgomery
8ears, who attained his majority two
years ago lrst Chrlstmss, Is ihafe,ef,
young man in the city, If not In the
country. He married a few months hio
and settled down In a Sioo.coo hon-ie,
which he gave his wife us a present.
Augustus IJetnenway's heirs who are
taxed on Il.0li7.y00. left mi esiiif valued
at JIO.000,000, a largo proportion nf
which consists of corner mines In S.mtn
AtnerH and sugnr plantations In the
" est Indies. There aro several hundred
citizens who psr tax oh iOXijiOOesch.
and the taw.OOO fellows aro very nunier.
ous. The w-altb of Hoston u. pel bans
ninre tnually distributed among lu
citizens timn Is that of almost any other
citv In the nnl in. On of the most
pensive btilldinjs In tho riry Is That of
the .New York Mutnsl fJfo In nr ties
Compacy, Ta'acJ at fl.fHS.WO. '
'tr !teiiwrc.Hirt baau.fcredaiiu-i
vision lu Hie capital stock cuso oi the 1
t(i' ChL-ajfo. iiurliiiKtoa aji'l
3ui,,(-y rni.ro,. in Mvor of... Mat, a,,
agJtlliM tlw rj'ltro-ul tHlip:My. f " ,
as yiiiuiillj" liiouatit lo Knnvi r Ihe
tuxes upon th cnplial stork ol ihe com
ii.uiy for theyciir 1H7', a:tl by sili'ii!..-. .
tlon, the taxes of the years l3 and
wcit included. ..V decision lias also
breu rendered against Ihe tliicao and
Alton railroad company, tho deel'ion
(Ming bi-cl upioi that of the t.hicsijo,
Burlington und ( ulncy case. It i- sup
posed that i'lOOWJ will be unlocked and
gotolhebemUt ol the several eo.inties
through which thcsn two roads inn.
I'ku i uk It m time if yu witli to save
doctor b!!l. It. Hull's fwigh Syrup.
Price 25 cents,
Tint Hvrrf Itnyn ollllt.
Iii reading of tho middle iiges ine Is
Kt ruck hy the accounts given of feat ol
strength, etc., of the Iilo actor" id Ihos
times. The suits ot armor worn, would
certainly indieatothe possession ol great
er phydcial strength than is developed
by moii In these- latter days. What
wrought tho change f Men lived in the
merry days a more outdoor lite than this
advanced civilization ot ours can afford.
There is a greater consumption ol hr.vin
matter, and that increased demand on
mental and nhyMal power i essltatcs
tlioiMcnf a pure vegetable, rilniulaot
ionic, such iu tho Homo rttomaeli litt
W)ii:n your baby Is res'.lea wh'le
teething, pet Dr. Hull's Hahy Syrup, a
dose ol It will relieve the liutc sulVrer a',
once. Only '.'5 cents a bottle.
Ovei'tnsMnv Iho l'.nrrt.
it Is not advisable for any ol u toowr
(ask our energies, corporeal or mental,
but In the eager puruit ol wealth or
funs! or knowledge, how many transgress
this salntnry rule, it must be a matter
ol gr"Ut importance to nil who Ho so to
know how they ca.i regain the vigor so
recklessly expended. The remedy i
neither oo.tly r ditlkult to obtain. Ilos-
tetter ! Stoni'Hti Hitters proeimo.e ;n
every city, towii and seMlmetii m
America, and It compensates lur a dram
of bodily or mental euei iy more irl'C
tually than any invigor.mt evr pre
scriovd or advcril-ed. Iiloring iiten,
athlete, idudonts, journalists, lawyers,
clergy met), pbysieiaris.all hear testimony
to Irs woivlrouny renov.vln ".er.
It Inereu-ei the, iapabllillrs for under
going I'lii'jjitH, and coitnteraets the in-juriou-
eltwti upon ihe sjreo of ex
posure, srilentury "habit-, unhealthy or
wearying avocations oi tin insnliihrioui
ciira.ne. Mid Is a prime nlieri'iv. di
uretic and blood depuren, if
ttrnerxt IHl.lllij .
Viul wekior deprssl.m: a wink
exhaii -t. d f'ling, no energy or e..ur,itre;
Hie reiulf ol mental over-work. lodi
cretions or exc( ?ses, or scone drain on the
system, is always tired by Humphrey's
Homeopii'hic j.peeiiie No. H tones
np and invigorate? the system, imparts
streng'h and energy ptop? the drdn and
i , r,
reiuvenatc; tho entire Diau. I.n used
per single vial, or. ji.l per package d' nve
vials and $i vial ot powder. Stilt by
mail on reccrpt ot price. Address
Humphrey's lUiiticopathlc Medicine
Company. lti! Fulton -Irret N. V.
1 5C0 TIMES
l.rer llmu I.lle t
Oii receipt of l.5'U will send to a;y
addr" an Imported Fren'-h Microscope
that will imigidty over r.'l times, any
snull o'.i'. er. A very ti-rlttl and iiHtruc
live iii-trmm nt, hrs-'i loountc I and put
up in a neat earf, vsaii antod as recmu
uiend'.'ior the money rcfotideil,
lis Dlagnllj lug jiower is so gresi that
living objects can be readily di-covercd
in it drop ot w,itcr, and tor examining
small olj.c!, all m iniier ot ius. cts. Ihe
texture ot cloths, ,Ve., .Meeting foreign
matter in susjar. il.uirniiil otlifr article'-
Of dlef, tir dele ting COlflltertlei! Ituniry,
and h him li'-il other ii-ettil iiirp(i-rs, it
will hi; found invaluable.
An endless source o urmisemuit for
the coining winter evenings. Sent by
mail on receipt of piic,
SKAVLll A CO.,
61 Park I'lac, N. Y. city,
A 'Jenile Mini.
lu our My ol climate, with u sudden
chang" ol tcniperatnre-raln, wind and
Hiustuim open interoiingl-j In a single
day-It is no wonder thai our clill ren,
It lends nnd relative are so f'eipu rilly
Uken Irom u- by neglected colds, half ihe
death resulting-directly from this eaue.
A hottli-ot HoeliM()erHian Syrup kept
nberut your bom... f.,r Immediate use will
prevent note sickness, a largo doctor's
bill, and perhaps death, by the use ot
three or lour doses. For cm lug Con
sumption, HeinniibHses, Pneumonia,
.N.vere Coughs, Croup, or nny dlseamt ot
thu Throat or Lungs, Itatiueeees Is simply
wonderful, as your drugt will tell you
German Syrup is noa uld Inewry'towu
and vtilage on this continent, temple
iK'ttb for trial. J0c; regular size, ;..
In ordir to lotroipico our lllg Seed
Spring Whsat, Tue Wheat ot Taos, in
)nur Incslity-stirie grains uciiurloi; oae.
Lull tn ju In lengthI profisc to seiel a
siniple ot tbe wheat tree of chs'ire, to
oery sul urtW to this jsper Who will
state tbe usnie n tuo newrpaprr ond tcud
a tin io teat stamp to rsy pustsgs.
Aifcnta wsDtad In svtry county to st U
thU as w naval. Address
L. I- Osmint, C'levt'tsnd, Teoii.
)u trilurr hy Unvoting y.-r sratll uur'toi ol
your lflt llom in niy Idler. t. I ,fu ,v.
Iieet yon W es'itM for clobnutU l.tiv's
m-vm 1 W iIn of yea Is IkUi uIiitm nd
boiii lrwl mj
walnut, jrm tsrU'lsri fee. -d4rs
OUR MOTTO: The Best
C. HANNY, . ,
Corner 8th street and Commercial Ave.
aif .QG CIO CP .EE ;DDXLIB)SJ,
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes,
Clothing, Hats and Caps, Ooftees, Teas, Sugars,
Bacon. Hams. Specialty in Butter,
Cheese and flour.
Prints, Domestics, Bleached Muslins, Shirtings,
Flannels. Tickings Dress Goods, Silks.
A lull Hue of Carptts, Mattings, Floor Oil
Ladies' and Misses' Hoots,
This stock Is entirely New and Fresh,
(I ir .Stock embraces everything needed In
Goods, i'b asc give us a call, examine
Miner, to rox i raitori.
OcplCC Ol' CITV Cl.IKK, )
Ciiro, Ills., Jan. 18TS.
Uesle.t rropo-nln ill he received at this
( iiU, elii t' t'.'l to the city coundlof Cairo,
Illinois, until ') o'clock I'utkitay tvenlnij,
Kehnury Mh, A. D. 187. lor the construc
tion oi a enu span Iron nridp-, together
with :he approieaos or utiiumenl ami
loiiudatioii, serosa Cai'he. river, ahnut one
und one. hii onies iruat .Mouml Clrv rail
rttd iicpo'., sod four miltisntirthof tfieeity
of Cairo, iu Hie countivs of Alexander and
I'ul.vkl, utat. j ol Illinois, uecoronur. in the
iil:ni ami iwiii,'iiuii8 prepared ny .1 -lin
l'. Hely, L-i., C. K., now on dIh and sub
jo'jlto examination in this utAve, tho spect
lie itioos el which arc a- fallows, via :
mJ I brtdco wid treotle wntk o uc. lua-lo
up of tlKli'.cva i op, niosol eight enW)
lei I tlooi I'Biitre io centre ol po is, and oue
H'.'.n ot one hun. Ired i.Mn feet airuss tho
lUe one hundred (100) fnl sisu t be of
Iron, end -) nroiiortioned tii&ta load ol ten
,ldi lou-ui.-i Hiu'eu overisrnpiy (:m uneai
at the. c litre o' thi i-jian, vU ol not
-into the Iron over twelve luousand
12 miij; I 'lindK per r'juare inch tensile, cr
over sttV.n ilmu-and live buadrnt ioOj
piruu.li per ff;',iiio lueh MivsrinK strain
ibi! i-tr.irn in coioptt Inn lu he In ut,
ica t iu tile prop'iriiun to the mtio of
,. !.( n to iisineier, i.y (iordon's foriuiila.
1 no siiii oi mi ill hrldg.) to he one tiun
ij'cd iloii) leet iu (he clear and the roadway
iwele (IS) feet wulo,
Itiatl iortii Ire ol whits oak plank two
and om-ha'.t ii!-,; inches tulek and not over
iwvtvtf iiK-hes wide.
Tli - fjor bs auis fo be of white oak and la
proportion to the biliinyr of the onn Iran
tie.; 0) feel spun structure, noi also to
he pr"ul6d with a suttitbio axlo guard,
t Id ubjvo to re-t upon iron columns pro.
l'.iione.a io the ktiueturetobe auppnnvd.
the eoiunios at tacli end ot ttj bent or iron
pin to lie pi ice j on mud -.ill t'.'Xli, twen
ty i", lert Ioiik morticed and o uonsd tta
miiliei'cbt uiiiuli. r ( wnito oas puev, lirui.
IvurlvtD Into tha river hsiik.
'fiie l.ens to h i lorineil o) le.ur pn-'s 10X10
In.'hes iia?', tlie n,o Inner parts to stand
, l . ,11 Jl'.ll.Ui.,! IUU If.U IV,' ,.r, ... , .rtiitu
1 1 trano d and Murd at a bnvti- ot on iu
eijjht. 'i'hf i"ii nod sill ol the bents to be
)2Vi Iik i Kiiire timber, r.re caps to be
twenty; l'.'et Iodj;, nnd the sills to pr
j.'et on nfii end two leet. pan tho outer
eilkje of t lio ou ,.ido prints, Tbo posts to he
WlfMUrnoncd iutn'haj7jn,arid "rllti
ttiive.rjinirter - V Inch square Iron p!cs, snd
each hoi't ti !io brseer l.y two disionsl
liis. es ol YIMi iich iilsnK, well littid and
spiked on c'tm, ii.)ti and .il-.
The heiits to rc-l or s.la'id U'jon four uiud
ailis l'.'XIi inches and t ;iit ;S; feet long set
in the (-round ond placed on tUe aiinmeDt
nf the work.
Tbe carriage way ol the Jtrestlewftrk to
be sixteen (It; leot w ide, the floor plank
o be tin co l.n Inehe nnd not over twelve
;t'.'! Inches wide, and to he wcii spiked or
to the Hungers and lloor beanis.
Tho rionr beams to be njicie up as follows:
twa : 2 stringers of SX12 Inches sit on the
e.ips and eiiteeu (10) n et apart from nut.
snlo to out-idn, 'i he npiow between said
Ftrlnyer to he equslly dlvlood for seven
(7) heiims of 3XI2 inches each and each Set
ol t'.uiirbeanit or spans tohavc threoi"j80ts
ot h;:niiintione bridging ot UX4 lucJi scant
lio. The "trincers and floor beams to rest at
les-l ill (!) ioches on the caps.
Tha stiitiKers to connect by half Joints
aud to tie fattened to the caps by one inch
round spikes or bolts eighteen (18) inches
A r iihoif ot battiMr-rs four (4) fet high
t ) he eonjiructcd on each side ol nbove
ended trostlework. 'i ho posts to be 4X4
inch cl:faicl braeedon tlieeapsandfaien.
ed on to thu si i infers by two 12; ono-half
iuch baits. The parts to be six (U) Icet
ap u;; the Isnd rail 2Xt IdcIics, aud an
svl guftr-l of 2X12 lnchsf, all well tssteiwd
on to the posts.
All of the above timbf-rs to b ot white
or burr oik of bust quality, aud
tha work dune lu a thorough and work'
mntilike. in inner, nnd under t he supervision
oi'p'teh p-mon as tbe commutes on streets,
or iho city council ol the city cl Cairo may
The approaches to h'kiy trettlewevk and
bridge to be of caith and with a slope of
lint more tbau one in ten nnd not lo than
sixteen (!) leet wide on lop, with a elope
to the h ise of one in two, Heperate bids
willtiB received, for Iron span, ioeludlng
aliuliuer.ts and foundation, for the woodeu
tre.tlu portion of said bridge, nnd for tbe
cir'hen approaches, or tor tha entire
". ho iiybt to reject any or all bids, la re
rved. " J. II. Piiuxis,
Can Ba Beautiful
ly Dyed or He-
DAlrod at A Trif
Liiisj' id a o. d.
Old Hats Made New.
X. 30, i;ialiih Street.
13 OHIO LVE,
by .VtiluinU lUnk DulliMBf , cp.slr
Jin owm rr.t wwt Agtney a leatkiBi
riinoU, ad i,rMdBt ei
US OOQ QOO
J.'1L.BI-U 11 - 'JJJJiHU-lULL'iLUaU
Goods at the lowest Pri
t'lotha, Curtain Damasks,
Children's Shoes, dents'' Boots and Shoe!
f pcelal attention given to Country trade.
the City or Country. In Groceries or Dry
our goods and price before you buy.
s o a a.
- ' -
Orders for Coal by tbe ear-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
To large conauniera &nd all
manufacturers, we aro prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
ti&cvn Wt'sri bott. in.t of Aula ?trH
U0ir oi Uallula? EroUierj, opposite Si,
C harley iiofcd.
ilmuijan Mills. Ttremltth tfv- l.
v Diuiip. foot oi Ttiicv-ciitaik str't. or
roil i mm ii rawer .vj
Paints, Oils, Varnishes
33 XI. XT HS XX 13 (9.
sVall Paper, Window Olasa, Win
dow Shades, &o,
Always ob baiul, U liBbsl. UJaadJuiU
Ooenr XUranth BttUt and Waeal
STEATTON ft BIRD,
t:AMERICAN POWOEH CO.
hi Ohio Lvce,
Saloon and Restaurant.
TilE BEST OF
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS
Constantly on hand. Also hss constantly
on hand a ,
Large Supply of
ORANGES, APPLES. ETC.,
At WkolesaU sh4 lUtail.
At the Old Delmonioo Hotel,
S im o. 6S Ohio
MANITACTUREH AUD DEALER In
. O TOTOM HADE
Wr. Block daalrai to call tbe atttotloa ol
tbe Publto to the fact tbat bo haa al
ways on knda Urge, ntw and laabloaabia
stock of resdy-nisde costou iiaoU and
Shots ahteUba will sell at
TIIE LOWEST TRICES.
Call Oa Dun At
tiiCjala Si Sit WtilGa An.
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Levee,
SIGN OF THE CRYSTAL MORTAR, '
Washington Avenue and Eighth Street
White Lead White Zinc,
Linseed Oil, Turpentine,
Window Glass, Putty
FaintB--iII Ci--S5adj fur ill Bnski t .
Lard Oil, Whale Oil
Signal Oil, Neatfoot Oil,
, Tannei's Fish Oil
West Virginia Oils.
ThoElgi i -it O8 U0 Can
The OnlyPertcnt Can ii
th" World. Mde of Glass
ond Warranted not to
Leak, Ccrrodo or Break.
Every family should have
OIL TANKS and
MMSISIStttSI M A S.1H
Tha best in Use. Patent Domo
? -e r
ana measuring rurcv ruuiu,
. . f- - II. . ui'i I
rvianufaciurea uy wiisun anu
Fwutn. we sen ax tneir prices
Agency and Depot for Ayers' and Jaynes Medi
cines. Also for Wakefield's, Hartin's end Mc
Lean's Medicines. We control the celebrated
Aboriginal Indian Oil, Egyptian
Malaria King, and DeOinchon's
Peruvian Bark Bitters.
HOUSEWIVES USE WASHINE
"Lxtweek I ljOUKlital0centjnick3eof W.ishitie soil dint' ro wiiiir, In niii i.ji:i
tba usual lioic at Ic-s Uihu halt tUo oot ul Hn, .My clmLf woru viliirr, 1 o , .J . ...
bsve to rub them, m! it d I-1 not cbriolt my wooIud.. sml lor oticn 1 wn cnubu-.l . x.-i .
hot Uiniier on Monday. 8n Is lles tiy it, su.l you aitl sje !:iK.r,iinir aul m-utiv. ' n i
perffctly s:ife to u-e It. M fits." A.
5 and 10 cent Packegcs. II uy WASnitfE AT BARCLAY 'fl.
Br. Woods' Fever IMIh
Wholesale and Retail, at Dr. Woods' Prices.
Golden Lion Cologne--0'
German Syrup and August Flower,
Irish, French and American Glues,
Gelatine for" Table Use-Very Oheap
Shoulder Braces for Ladies and Gentlemen
The Best Trusses, All Styles
Coarse and Fine Combs, and Hair Brushes
Shoe Blacking. Stove Blnnkintr
Buy Copperas, Blue Stone Indigo, Madder,
Wax Flower and Artists' Materials
French, English and American Perfumery
All Kinds of Almanacs Freo to All
The Best Extract of Buchu,
' Tho Best
Holmans' Aguo Pads, Woods' Pills,
Malaria King, and all Aguo Medicines
Quinine, Smith's Tonic Kress Tonic,
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipples and Rubber Cloth
r I. Feather Dusters and Counter Brushes
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink, .
Paper Bags, Wrapping Paper and Twino
Shoe Blacking, Shoo Dressing, and Stove Pollih
Pure Imported Hay Rum, Siikiidtd-t aimdu Tnr
Soap- Englifth and Aiucrk nu isoaps-FInc I in
ported Haitdkerrlilvr Extract la orll- "
ual Ilottle or lu Droken tuuuli
tg an wanted at low price.
Bey Your Bruno
The Family Safeguard
Awarded First Centennial Premium
and adopted after a thorough Scientific
and Practical Test by the U. 8. GOV
ERNMENT LICHT-HOUSE DEPART
MENT, Highly Commended by the
U, 0. STEAMBOAT INSPECTORS
BOARD OF WASHINGTON CITY
Fire risk for Elaine and Gas rate the
same with Insurance Companies, Used
by Railroads Street Cars and Hotels
t: ', ';:::
SarsaDariila and Blood PurlrW
At Barolayts9 Drug Sioro.