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TUB DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 3, m.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
omCK: NO. 711 OHIO LEVEE.
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OFlOlAL, PATER OF CITY AND COUNT
We art illi(irl.'nl lit announce that It. A D.
WILB ANKi, if J itriMnti couniy, It a candidate
rir:l'rnif"i A) 'llilu Court In the Knurl h
Divfsl'in of liunoM. tnlijxct to I hj Oecliilon of a
C'tnveniiiin of Hi ) D.'ni icraho puny
C'Ut'N IT JL'IMiB.
We an a'lthorl.il to autininca Ihu name if
WAI.TEK WAIlitilt a a-.nlldn e for tlie office
of County Jiidje of Alexander County.
We are authorised to announce .lattice JOHN
H. HUM N. -KM a an Independent candidate for
County Jiitlse at th corning Novemnor election.
We are authorised to aiinoiin-.e Mr. MILES V'.
rAHKKK af an Independent caudidate for irean
nrer of Alexander county at the coming Novenitn-r
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice! In m: co'iimu, eignt centa per line fur
ffretaudtlve cenu er line each utequeut Inter
tlou. for ouo wot'k. 30 conta per line. For oue
ti onth. hHceut per line.
DuBauns 50 Ohio Levee.
...-Sew Butcher -Shop.
A now butcher shop h. been opened
by Sir. Charles Gilhofer in the stand former.
If occupied by Ir. Kynastou, on Commer
cial aveDue, between Nineteenth and Twen
tieth streets. A full supply of all sea
sonable varieties of meats will le always
kept. Mr. John Hagey will have charge
of the shop. tf
The officers of the different fire compa
nies are requested to meet at the hall of the
Rough and Ready Fire Co. on Friday even
ing, August 4th, at 8 o'clock. Important
business will be transacted, and all are re
quired to be present. By order of Picnic
Committee. D. J. Foley, Sec.
C. C. Mason, Chairman. 2t
Out of the fire, cor. of 8th and Levee, my
ice house and oltice is at present it the
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, vie
tween 8lh and 9th streets. Orders will he
filled same, as usual, both wholesale and
retail. Wagons supply regularly every day.
at DeBauns 5(1 Ohio Levee,
Southern Hotel ami Restaurant
Leo Kleb desires his friends and the pub
lic to know tti tat tin's iavorite hotel is now
thoroughly repaired and refilled in better
condition than before the fire. Meals at
reasonable rates are furnished at all hours.
Good rooms and beds for the tired, good
tare for the huugry, fiuu liquors lor the
thirsty, is the rule. Give him a call, tf
in market at DeBauns 5(1 Ohio levee
Three rooms, furnished or unfurnished.
Enquire ot Jno. Reese, 20th street. (it
Harry Schuh's residence, 4th str bet.
Wash. ave. and Walnut. 5t
Slimmer Excursion Tickets.
The Illinois Central railroad has How on
aale excursion tickets t all tho principal
summer resorts in Wisconsin, Iowa, Min
nesota and Michigan; also, Denver, Pueblo,
Toronto and Niagara Flls. Kales low.
Call or address J. II. Jones, Ticket Agent,
Cairo, for excursion guides.
A. II. Hanson, General Passenger Agent.
50 to DeBauns 50 Ohio levee.
Notice to Consumers of Ice.
My wagons will run through the season
delivering ice to all parts of tho city. 1
have also an ice box on Eighth street at J.
Walters' and at my olllee on Tenth street,
at C. W. Wheeler's wood yard where
orders may be left. A Bhare of your bus
iness is solicited and orders will receive
prompt and careful attention.
GKO. W. Sl'KNCK,
J. ft. Hawkins is prepared to pump out
cisterns aud repair tbetnor build new ones
promptly and at fair prices. Orders by
postal promptly attended to. No. 2 Win
ter's row. tf
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured aud for sale at thu Cairo Bulletin
at DeBauns 5u Ohio levee.
Sprout's Retail lee Box.
Couuutners of ice are notified that for
their convenience I have built a large lee
box on Eighth street in Cundiff's store w here
ice in anv quantity can at all times be ob
tained. My customers will remember that
their tickets will bu punched at this stand
j ust the Bame us by drivers of w agons, tf.
Use Tub 'Cairo Bi-llktis perforated
scratch -book, made of calendered jute
manilla. fmiallv irmul i.,r lnl :i 'lv .
, - 1 j ,--" 'i inn ,m I'l-uuii rur
sale-, in three sizes, at tholhVtj. No. !i and
O J'... ....I I. I . . . 1
o. uTouu'i iuu ctjum uauii oy me single one
by the dozen. Special discount on gross
lota to the trade.
Want KU Agents to know that "Thayer's
Patent Household Combination" is the hist
and fastest selling article of tho dav
Alexandor and a few adjoining counties are
still unoccupied. For particulars address
DcPleacx is Bakrktt,
Lock Box 20a. 5t Springfield, 111,
Guano Excuksion to 8t. Paul, Minn.,
via Illinois Central R. R., leaving Cairo
August 7th, 3 :05 a. in., only $21.50 for
round trip. Tickets good to return on
until September 0th, 1883.
A. H. Hannon, Geu'l Puss Agent.
J. F. Mekhy, Excursion Agent. 2t
Thk annual meeting of thd W.&O. M.
A. Hi'c. held on the 1st inst. was one ot un
usual interest, in which perfect harmony
and unanimity prevailed. The report
showed an increase of 35 1,000 of Insurance
during the year after deducting the lapses
consequent upon tho Hood and otherwise,
including death losses. President P. H.
Schuh called tho tuoeling to order at half
past two o'clock. Several important
amendments to the constitution were un
animously adopted, ami the following per
sons elected managers for the ensuing year:
J. A. Goldstine, J. 8. McUahey, W. F.
Pitcher, A. Lewis, II. A.Chumbley.T. Lewis,
Dr. W. II. Marean. II. Sanders, R. II. Bair l,
E. 11. White, J. W. Spier, E. E. Walbridge,
F. L. Gernigon, E. B. Deitrich, M. Kobler,
Jeff M. Clark, W. T. Rudburn. J. E. En
glish, F. Vincent, L. H. Phelps, W. C.
Jocelyn, S. H. Tuber, J. II. Robinson, Dr.
J. S. Petrie, H W. Next wick, E. E. Jarboe,
M. Phillips, L. S. Thomas, Dr. J. W.Tarrey,
Rev. F. A. Wilkerson and H. Leighton.
At 8 o'clock p. m. the board elect met
for organization, 20 members present. Ou
motion Pro. Rev. F. A. Wilkerson was
called to the chair. Tho following officers
were elected lor the ensuing year: J. S.
McGahey, pres't; J. II. Robinson, first, and
M. Phillips, second vice-pres'ts; J. A.
Goldstine, treasurer; Doctors Marean and
Petrie, medical examiners, aud Thomas
Lewis, secretary. The president will np
point the executive committer. The pro
ceedings will soou bo published and copies
mailed to each member.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notlr in theM cciiumns, ten cents pot line,
See A. T. DeBaun's notices in special
See notice in special Jocals of an excur
sion to St. Paul, Minn., on the Illinois Cen
tral railroad at extraordinarily cheap rates.
Attend the sociable, and Ico Cream and
Cake Feast, of the W. C. T. L. at the
Eighth Street Reform hall Thursday night.
Coik wanted-to go to Dixon Springs
to-night. One that can cook tor sixty
hoarders. Apply to Mrs. Burnett, Tenth
Street near Washington.
Miss Ma Williams of Jonesboro, who
is employed at the music house of Ralmer
& Weber, Si. L mis, Mo., is visiting at the
residence of Mr. II. Elliott.
A dispatch from Waco, Texas, under
dale of Aug. 1st, Says: "The St. Louis
Narrow Outgo railroad reached Leon river
yesterday and will reach Gatesville by Sep
Wo understand there has been quite
a raid upon the Widows and Orphans
Mutual Aid Society tho past few days, for
certificates of membership, exceeding f 10,
000 a day.
A sociable and Chicago Ico Cream
supper will be given at tho Eighth Street
Reform hall by tho W. C. T. U. next Thurs
day night. Supper 20c. St
France, Germany, and Austria, have
withdrawn from tho compact with Great
Britain concerning affairs in Egypt, and
England is left alono to 6ght Arabt Pasha.
So say tho latest dispatches.
Nine dogs wero executed in the city
dog pound yesterday by Chief Myers.
They had not the necessary brass to faco
the law, hence they wero compelled to face
Prepaiations aro in progress to put up
an elegant awning in Iront of tho building
on Ohio levee, below Sixth street, contain
ing the general offices of tho Wabash, St.
Louis and Pacilic railroad company.
Mr. John Stewart who went to Rock
ford Ills., on a visit sotnu time ago, has
been quite sick there, but was improviug
until a day or two ago
when ho took a relapse and will prob
ably have to remain away some time yet.
Chicago Ice Cream will bo an impor
tant feature at tho sociable of tho W. C. T.
U. at new Reform hall Thursday night.
Cake and Ice Cream only 20c. 2t
Tho entrance to Tun Bcllktin news
and editorial rooms is on Railroad street.
Tho front entrance to job office is closed
after seven p. in. Visitors will always find
the Railroad street entrance open. tf
Tun Bulletin had a pleasant call yes
terday from Prof. Clark, Cairo's new school
superintendent, who came down from Me
tropolis to make tho acquaintance of the
people of Cairo and complete arrangements
for his speedy permanent location hero.
Two victims to yellow fever have been
buried this season at Westorfleld, on Hta-
ten Islaud. There is a prospect of war be
tween the quarantine authorities and thu
people of tho Island. The latter threaten
that if tho quarantine is not removed they
will take tho law into thoir own hands
and will protect their rights even if they
have to resort to arms.
Many persons will bo surprised to
learn that the Putt -Office Department has
on its pay-roll about 1,000 cats, which aro
regular in its employ throughout tho coun
try, and are pail for their services with
food and shelter. These estimable creatures
make themselves very useful by keeping
rats and mice out of Ihu inailmatter. Their
number ami the cost of thoir maintenance
are stiictly accounted for; and, when any
one of them declares a divedendthat fact
is auly reported and provision is made for
The officers of the several Are compa
nies in the city are requested to meet
Friday eveuing, August 4th, at tho hall of
the Rough and Ready fire company, for the
purpose of considering important matters.
Sueuotico in special locals.
Burglers entered the clothing house of
Mr. Sadler, on Commercial avenue, Tues
day night and took six pairs of pants,
a oat, several shirts and a satchel to carry
them in. No clue to tho burglars could bo
obtained yesterday, though the officers
were diligently at ".fork on tho case
The Alexander County Sunday School
convention will convene in this city, at the
Baptist church, next Saturday afternoon at
two o'clock. It will continue iu session
that afternoon and, perhaps, part of the
night, and will be in almost continuous ses
sion all Sunday. A large attendauce and
interesting proceedings are expected.
Mr. Nicholas Feith was called to Cin
cinnati last week to attend
the bedside of his sister, who was very
sick. He returned Tuesday, leaving
his sister in no immediate danger. A
niece of his, Miss Louise Winter, accom
panied him homo and will remain a few
weeks on a visit.
The case of Webb McKinuey came up
for trial in the court of Magistrate Com
ings, yesterday. The prisoner was charged
with being a gambler, aud with having
assaulted another gambler, a boy, named
Critchlow. Mc Kinney pleaded guilty
to the latter charge and was fined five dol
lars and costs; aud the other case against
him was dismissed.
The street committee met at the coun
cil chamber yesterday afternoon, passed
upon the notice to the Wabash railroad
company drawn up by the C;ty Attorney
Hendricks, requiring said company to
comply with certain ordinances regulating
the construction and maintenance ot tracks
on the streets of the city, and ordered the
mayor to serve said.notice upon sai d compa
ny. The mayor having carried his poiut
that thenotice juust be passed upon by
the street committee before it illegal, will
now probably serve it.
The particulars of the difficulty which
occurred at St. Louis between a negro
roustabout and the mate on the steamer
Faume Tatum, to which reference was
made in yesterday's Bulletin, are given in
the following dispatch from St. Louis un
der duto of July 31st. "In a row about 7
o'clock to-night between William A. Da
vid, second mato of the steamer Fannie
Tatum, lying at tho loyee, aud Charles
Wilson a negro roustabout, the latter threw
rocks at the former, striking him in the
right Bide and on the head, inflicting a
wound which caused death in three hours.
Wilson, who belongs to Wheeling was ar
rested, aud David, who has a family in
Memphis, was taken to the City Hospital,
where his body now is. The trouble occur
red about $'j which Wilson claims
was due him for wages. Wilson also says
that David hit him over tho head with a
club on the way to Cairo."
Another organization of which Cairo
Btauds in need is a humane society, com
posed of men and women who will bo ac
tive in accomplishing tho objects of such
an organization. The necessity for such a
society exists; tho inhuman treatment of
animals is of almost daily occurrence in
some part or other of the city ; horses and
mules aro maltreated, and in these dog
days, very ofteu the poor, half-starved,
friendless and tagleBS dog is rudely
dragged through the streets, at tho end of a
stick with a wire ruuning-noose, by a street
Arab whoso naluro is not unlike that of a
savage. In tho fall and winter season,
when tho roads are bad and hauling by
teams is in demand, man's most
faithful and most useful beast is often
cruelly maltreated. A humane society
should bo organized and kept in active
operation to uct and speak for those who
cannot do so for themselves.
Considerable wrangling occurred at
the meeting of tho city council Tuesday
night. One of the causes of dissontiou was
the failure on the part of the mayor to send
a second notice to tho Wabash railroad com
pany officials to comply with cerrain ordi
nances concerning tho maintainanco of tho
Commercial avenue track. The mayor hud
notified tho company once, but it was
found that tho notice, iu order to bo legal,
should have been mado under authority
from tho street committee Accordingly
the street committee mot, ordered tho city
attorney to draw up a notice; the notice was
drawn up and given I he mayor who failed
to serve it because the street committee had
not passed upon it. It was claimed
by somo members of the street
committee that action by the committee
upon tho city attorney's order was not nec
essary, but tho mayor maintained that it
was, and tho result was a discussion in
which bad louling was freely given vent to
in naughty words, cutting inuendoes, etc.
Another cause of spirited discussion wa9
the petition of the joint Fourth of. July
celebration committee, 'askiug that the city
bear all or a portion of the expense of fill
ing the St. Mary's park track. It was
favored and opposed in short speeches by
nearly all of tho aldermen present, and the
proposition to grant the petition was finally
voted down by a majority of one. It will
probably be again takon up next Tuesday
by a motion to reconsider. Tho meolinir
was a very turbulont and a very Interesting
otto throughout, luruisliiug much entertain
ment to the audience which was larger
Two negroes fought a duel with
knives near the Cotton Seed Oil works
Monday, which rosultod in somo blood
letting for both. Roth stripped to the
waist, 11ml armed with huge-bladed pocket
knives, proceeded to a vacant lot near by
and went at each other savagely until
parted by persons who accidentally camo
upon them. They succeeded in making
their escape, however, and hid, and have
bo far eluded tho officer). "A woman was
at the bottom" of the fracas.
Some of tho readers of Tun Bulletin
having assumed from the item with refer
ence to the illness of the family of Circuit
Clerk A. II. Irvin from eating ice cream
Sunday, that tho cream was purchased from
Mr. Phil H. Saup, it is necessary injustice to
that gentleman to say that this was not the
case, but that the cream was made at the
home of Mr. Irvin, in a new freezer,
which latter fact is assigued as the cause of
the evil effects upon those who partook of
For nearly a week past passeuger con
nection has been made at this point be
tween St. Louis and points on tho Texas
and Cairo narrow gauge road. The passen
gers arrive here at 0:40 p. m., are transfer
red by the ferryboat Threo States to Bird's
Point, from where they leave at 0:30 a. m.
The train on the narrow gauge is a mixed one
and runs to Paragould a distance of about
one hundred and ninety miles,
where the Paramore and Gould
roads connect. The place is named in hon
or of both these railroad kings.
A match game of baseball, for a slake
of one hundred dollars, was to have beon
played yesterday alternoon at Mound City
betwecutho "Riversides," of that town, and
a "crack'Taducah nine, but the latter did
not come to time. The captain of the Pa
duch's was on hand, however, and put up
the money, one hundred dollars, for a
match garao to be played at Mound City
next Sunday afternoon Mr. George Era
ser is to bo umpire. It is expected that
an excursion from this city will go to
Mound City on Sunday to witness the game.
Two men, Michael McGrath and John
Heffly, had a little skirmish with fists on
Eighth street yesterday forenoon. Mr.
Heffly was walking quietly down the street,
when McGrath came up to him and struck
him unexpectedly in the face. Just as
Mr. Heffly recovered from tho shock
and was about to give his assaulter a warm
reception, he and McGrath were taken in
charge by Constable Sheehan and by Jus
tice Robinson, who were just across tho
street aud saw the whole affair. A trial
was had, and McGrath was fined fivu dol
lars and costs. The cause of the trouble
was something that had been said about
the dog that attacked McGrath a day or
Sufficient returns have now been re
ceived from the counties that have chosen
delegates to the Republican Stato Conven
tion August 2 to insure the nomination of
Gov. St. John. The State Convention
will be. composed of 270 delegates, reqtiire
ing 186 to nominate. St. John has already
Becured 190, and it is thought his vote on
the first ballot will exceed 220. He has
carried more than two thirds of ho coun
ties. The opposition votes are divided be
tween Judge Thatcher, Capt. Johnson and
John A. Martin, but in all probability
their names will not be presented to tho
convention, the disposition being to renom
inate St. John by acclamation. Gen.
Rice, E liter of the Fort Scott Monitor,
who has opposed St. John, says to-day that
ho will heartily support the Gov.
At the several meetings held in the
Hibernian engine house last Sunday and
the Sunday before, for the purpose of divls
ingsomo means to assist the Sisters of Lo
retta to fit up their convent, a number of
prominent gentleman of the city decided
that a fair and Bociahle should be given some
time during the latter part of this month.
Much interest was manifested in the pro
ject to aid the sisters. The gentleman who
are at tho head of the movement aro with
heart and hand in it and will push it to a
successful conclusion. It is desirable
that tho charitably disposed
peoplo of tho city, and who appreciate the
value of the academy as an educational
institution, should also enter into tho spirit
ol tho enterprise and make it what it
should be, a grand financial success.
Ou Thursday of next week tho people,
especially hu fruit growers, living
in and around Villa Ridge,
will give a grand fair at Villa Rtdgo, at
which fruits and vegatbales and
flowers and grain and neodlo work
and all kinds of household industries, such
as bread, cako, butter, canned fruit, etc.,
will be exhibited aud a prize awarded to
the best of each. It it is tho "fifth annual
picnic and exhibition of farm products,
given by the Patrons of Husbandry."
Tho place whore it is to. bo given
is a beautiful grove about
one and a half miles east of Villa Ridge.
It is expected that everybody will be there,
and if any extra ordinary proof wore needed
that the affair is to bo oue of tho most
"recherche" over giveu in that part of tho
county, it would need but bo mentioned
that Mr. Phil H. Saup, "Ice Cream" Saup,
is to furnish sovonty-flvo gallons of ico
cream for the occasion.
Ten days ago last Monday Chief
Myers bad tho inmates of a houso of ill
fame at tho corner of Fifteenth street and
Commercial avenue arreted with the inten
tion of compelling them to vacate the
p Tiuim s. But the ci .es were all dismissed
ou coinltiou (hut t!m defendants vacato
within ten diys, whiili they agreed to do.
Tho ten ilays 1 xpireil on Monday, but tho
institution ol' w.cImIikss was not abolished
and was siiil in lull blast yesterday. The
neighbors living iu the immediate vicinity,
have entered complaint to the marshal, and
he is determined to break up the institu
tion. He will have the inmates all up be
fore some police court again to-day and
prosecute them to tho end of the law. In
hiseffi'its to promote decency and to re
strict, if he cannot abolish, the evil of
prostitution, tho chief has the moral sup
port of all those in the community whose
moral support is worth anything. A few
professedly respectable men have boasted
that they will use their influence anil money
against the chief in his intentions with refer
ence to this particular institution, but they
will find, in the end, that th. y did uot have
-a ninny to deal with w hen they pitted
themselves against the chief.
THE TEXAS AND CAIRO ROAD.
ITS U0LLINO KTOCK.
In an interview with Mr. George W. Pies
cott, superintendent tf motive power and
machinery of the Texas and Cairo railroad
some interesting facts concerning tho rolling
stock of tho company were learned yesterday
by a representative of The Bulletin. It
appears that while an army of men is con
stantly engaged in grsding and laying and
leveling the tracks of the road in this part
of the country, there is auother .army of
skilled mechanics iu different parts of the
north aud east, preparing; the rolling stock
which is to be the completest in every res
pect of any road in the country. Iu fact
the great number of cars and engines, and
the unusually good quality thereof, have
been matters of comment in some of the
principal northern and eastern journals.
Besides the rolling stock already in use the
company has orders out for twenty paascnger
engines, twenty mogul engines, thirty pas
senger coaches, six Pullman sleepers
aul one thousand freight cars,
all to be delivered by the 1st of October
on which day the road is to be opened for
general business from this point through.
The passenger coaches and sleepers are
being manufactured by the Pullman pal
ace car company near Chicago, the en
gines aro lwing built by the Grant loco
motive works at Pittison, New Jersey.
Two of the engines, and twenty-four
freight cars passed through this city yes
terday and a casual examination of tho
former proved to the writer that they
were of original design and masterly
workmanship. One of them was named
after Geo. W. Lilly, general freight agent
of the road, and the other after a promi
nent cott in dealer of St. Louis, named
C. M. Donaldson. Both engines were
well proportioned, much larger and
heavier than those of the St. Louis
aud Cairo railroad company, were
constructed in without regard to any
established design, but in accordance
with specifications prepared by Mr.
Prescott; and, while combining
strength and ll the good qualities of or
dinary engines, showed many innovations
which were adecided advantage aud looked
neat. Their principal weight is at the base,
so that they are not in the least top heavy.
The running gear is especially strong and
heavy; the drive-wheels, two on either
side on ordinary engines and three on the
moguls, have three and a half inch steel
tires, are unusually wide and are fifty
inches in diameter, which makes them the
largest narrow gauge drive-wheels in uee
in tho country. They are hut ten inches
smaller than those ol the engine on the
Pennsylvania roa I, which recently mado
the fastest time on record. They will,
therefore, be able to make very goo I time
on this new road when the tracks are in
Mr. Prescott expresses tho opinion, and
there will bo none to dispute him, that
tho new road will bring a hundred and fifty
thousand bales of cotton to this city during
tho next year. Tho road runs through
some of tho best cotton country in the south,
the crop is good, the demand for tho cotton
in the north is iu excess of tho supply.
Tho cotton is bound to come
here, but it is to be regretted
that but little or none of it will
stay here, either as a basis for speculation
or to serve as raw material for manufac
turing establishments. A littlo reflection
would seem to suggest to capitalists that
no better point than Cairo for a cotton
goods mill exists in tho United Status; no
place whero the raw material could
bo so readily and so cheaply and so plenti
fully obtained, aud noplace from which
the manufactured article could be so cheap
ly, quickly and easily put upon tho eastern
or southern or western or northern markets.
Why will men of wealth persistently closo
their eyes to Cairo's advantages as a manu
Free of Charge.
All persons suffering from Coughs, Colds,
Asthma, Bronchitis, Loss of Voice, or an af
fection ot tho Throat and Lungs, are re
quested to call at Harry W. Schuh's drug
store aud get a trial bottlo of Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption, free of
cbargo, which will couvince them of its
wonderful morits and bIiow what a regular
dollar-Bizo bottle will do. Call early, (3)
If You are Kuined
in health from any cause, especially from
tho linn of anv of IliH thousand noMtrnma
that promise so largely, with long fictitioua
restimoniais, nave no tear, ucsort to Hop
Bitters at ouce, aud in n short time you
will have the most robust and blooming
OLMSTEAD & WINTER,
Auctioneers and Commission Merchant 1
No. 23 Eighth Street,
Between Commercial and Washington A vs.
JWICE TO CON'TKACTOUS.
City Clerk1 nttlie, Cairo, III , Auk "SI.
Sealed prnpimali will he r.cin.l at tliin office
flirectod to tho city council, of llin city of Cairo
nntll meeting of the rliy council Motidny t renlnit
Aui(ast Hih, lHfcl for furulnhini! ihe material and
doing tba work or lining itn- work ijcc fhry for
thu reconduction l the fullowli hWIfkhIIoi, to be
constructed of wood, viz; ii tlie wuri ride of
Commercial avenue, between IW1I1 amU.'nd Mreeu.
The contractors to use all old muritl fit for nue.
A (rood and mfBclent hond for twice the amonut of
hid mniit accwmpatiy bid. Tlie werk to l done to
thevamfuctlou of tne committee on aireri. Tim
rllit to reject any or all bld nrvol for the city,
1. J. FOLK r, City Clerk
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Tlie Largest Variety Stock
IN TJIK CITY.
(.OOPS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. P ATI Kit at CO..
Oor, Nineteenth ftnml I)it't Til
Comnmrclal Avenon i I fill U, JUi
MILL AND COMMISSION.
I Commission Mordants,
FLOUR, OB A IN AND FAY
nhrbest Cah Prle Paid for Wheat.
rpiIE CITY NATIONAL I'.A.Vv
Of ( 'al r, I Hi iimm.
. 71 OHIO LKVKB
CAPITAL, IS 100,000
A (ieaeral Banking biisii.e.'-s
TllOri. V. 1IAI.I.1DAV.
JNTEKl'KIoE SAVINo HANK.
Of Cairn. .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINOS HANK.
T1IOH. V. II AJ.Mn.YY,
C O A- J j
33 Stoves :D
No. 27 8th St.
S Tinware. S
IB LAJ N IKI '
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street,
oa mo. ILLS.
P. DROSS, President. I P. N PPP, Vice Prea'nt
II. WELLS, Celilur. I T. J. Kerlli, A't cimli
P, BroDR.. i.ita lie
Cs'ro I William Klute. , Cairo
PetnrNetr ," ,1 Wllllnm Wolf..,, "
O. Al Oeterloh O. O. Patler
B. A. Budur.. ...... " III. Well
J. Y. CIuiukoii, Caledonia.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSIN BUS DONE.
Kxeuanaa told aud bought.. Intersil paid It
the Havtnge Department, Onllomlons mad sua
ail baslutiii promptly attended to.