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CAIRO, ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY MOBNING, FEBRUARY 7, 1883.
i'l, r -t'ni)l. J, Mey.
.ounn.-iur--Wm. U. Ullnert.
jlur.ual I.. II. Meyers.
SUAHD ur AMJIkNaN
r-irt Wll-Wui.Mclo.T. M. KliubroiiKa.
.niruud Ward-Je.se lltiikle, 0. M. Huuhee.
Thlnl Wrd-B. K. Blake. Johu Wood.
rVarlh Ward Charles 0. Filler, Ado;pb awo-
"kimii Ward-T. W. IUUIdav. Rrnret 8. Pittlt.
rirciili JurtKB 0. J. linker.
Circuit Clerk A. II Irvm.
County .ludic H. rt tucmn.
County Clem a. J. Huron.
County Attoruey-J M. Ittiiin.u.
roiiiiir Treasurer Miles W. Carir.
ilitr trf l fiu llodiies.
Uroiier-ll Kttitria .,,,,,. ,
County CorainUsionera-T. w llsllidur.
Ulhhi. eud rVu-r up. .
-s WHO UYrTHr.-Oorusr Teutu and Poplar
lnrei: preatuiuil ttr.t aud laird Sundays In
JiV mania. U . m. 4 7:i . J P 7" '
L Konrtwoih .treat; Sunday 7 :0 " .. Holy
K...-U.rirti : odM ".boo. ; .
Mormi.K t're.ers: a tout., to.. Jn.nlng Prayers. I
p. Intvrtipon, ST. li. Hector.
I 1 MISSIONAKV HUTtST CHCKOdj
w Mm at 1": "... V- " ViJ
.libe.n ..l., .1 f.W P- Kcv. T. J. hr,s,
It illKHAN-Tlilrtnenln stint; st-nriwt Sab
j Until 1 :l m : Bim.iay .'honl t p m. Re
MKruoUmT-Cur. KitfMf end Wawut streets,
Preaching S.hba.b lLuia. m. P-JJ'
Miudat cnu.il at P H.v. J. A. Barrett,
Ill(!-MIYTKKIAS -KI(hth street; preacnlus; 00
I h.Wh at 11:00 a. m. and 7:ip. p;'
itSpm. Re B Y. Georie, pastor.
JOsKl'lI b , Roman Catholic) Corner Croat
O and Walnut streeta; services Hahbalh JO.Wa.
ti.i N.nday rioh-l at p. m. ; Neepers 1 p.j n. . a
niracvvrj darat. m. Ku?. O Hara. i'ritf-t.
i 'p p THU K'8 H Koman Catholic) forcer Ninth
O .tr-et tti Waahlngton atenoe; aerrlcea H6
oat aad in a. tn ; Ve;p" p. m. ; "T Uoo
u. in. aervlwa ry day at B a m. Her. Maswrtum
f. K. TIME CARD AT CAIR')-
ILLINOIS CENTKAL K. K.
Mail .3:05 e.m tMal! .4
Arxii-u-dallon.il :!) Kura... ''J"-
C. tT. L. N. O, R. H. (Jackacin Umtt).
Mali 4:a.mtMall H',p.
f Ai;'modatlon 8: to p tn
ST.L.C. R.U. (Narrow Gauge )
Eiprea. m I KxprM.. v P-
Arrotn'datlon. 1 :W p.m I Accom datlon 11 M) a m
8T.L.. I.M. 4 . K. R.
Kxprem lVH.m tliipreaa t-H p ni
WAllAsn, ST. LOCH 4 PACIFIC KT CO.
Mall :M I'Mall I K'-i:
Wom'datloo :' p m I cci)'n datlon in:8H.m
rreiUt..M. T:n m. I FrluUt 6 4p.tn.
Daily eicept tfandiy. t Dally.
MOBILE OUIOH. K.
Mail 5:&5 a. m. I Mail... ....9:10 p. m.
LLIN01S CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest ami Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Line Hunuine;
0 DAILY TRAIKd
Making Diekct Connection
Arrlvltmln . Louie :4S a.m.; Chlco.: p.m. j
Jouuici t at Odin and KiWna.u for Cincin
nati. I. uvUlo, IndlaDapolii aud piilnU Baet.
11:1 . inn. St. Ioui and "WW
ArrlvlnainSt. Loula7:05p. m., and eonuerttnn
for all poitita
3. no p.m. Kant Kipma.
,irt. Lonla and Chicago. arriviLg at tit. Louli
0:40p m., and Clilraio7; a m
:i:0O ivm.Clnolnnti Kiprwti.
Arrlvinu at Clmlnatl 7:) a.m.; Lontirlll 6:55
a w.i Indlanapolla 4:06 a.m. I'aawnirote by
thta trin rearh the abovs points 1U to 30
UoCKrt In advance (r auy other roate,
t"The 8:6.1 p. m. eipreei hai TULLMAS
tiLEKI'InuCAR Cairo to Cincinnati, wllhoit
changct, and tbrotigb eleepen to t. l.oaii and
Fust Time Kast.
1. 1.. 11,1. Mil. notlirilUith 10 KaM.
raSSeiljrCra em poime wlthont auy delay
caused by Sunday luterrenlutf. The Bjl'tfjlaj- after
noon tram trom vairo arrifo. m - v
nnrnlitu at 1:8.V ThIrty sU hours In advanreol
by othnr ronu.
ISfl'or through tickets andfurthur Information,
apply at Illinois Central Rallmad Dopot.Calro.
1 J. H. JONB8.Tlr.nut Agent.
A.H. HANSON, Gun. Tars, Agent. Chicago
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO It. K.
TRAINS RUN AS FOIXOWS
01 D AfTB HOKDAT, OOrOBCIttl,
Rxprnasan.l Mall leayes Cairo, earv day nii Hpl
hunriav. at 8:15 . in. Arrly.e at Kaet St. Lula at
3:lp.'ru Arrlyusat Cairo at 4::p. m.
AoroiumodHtlon arrives at 11:10 a. m and do.
parts at l:fl p. tn,
XEW YORK STORK,
WIUH-KHALK AND RETAIL.
Tim Largest Variety Sloi'k
IN TIIK CITY.
OOODS SOLlTvERY CLOSE
. O. O. PAT1KU Ac CO.,
Cor.ffluOUsrithflrMtl Cliiril 111
ConimrcllAyna VirU 111
Natural Fruit Flavors.
Prtpared from the choicest Fruitt, with'
tut coloring, poisonous oils, acids or artific
ial SiseiKes. Atwnjri uniform in strength,
without any adulterations or impurities.
Have gained their reputation from their
perfect purity, tupurior strength and qual.
iljr. Admitted by all who hare used them
as the most delicate, grateful and natural
flavor for cakes, puddings, creams, etc.
' MANUFACTURED BT
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, 111., and St. Louis, Mo.,
akmLa.all. Vol Orm; Dr. frlM'a trfm Baklaf
P..(tMr. aad Ur. Prto'. liiiyi f rfuM.
WE MAKE NOSFCONDCRADECOODS.
f KW FIU AND 0YT8K DEPOT
Having n-) perfertel my arranitemeuts to
supply tbu tr.de with
OYSTERS AND FISH,
I Cm Now OlTer as Fallows: Oyster
Taken From tlie Stiell Here Fresh
an From ttit Gulf.
Devon Cook. .. ..S1 SO p-r in.)
" Hi inns 1 'i" '
' llanlno M 75 "
Oy.tf ri la b ilk i "
Oytr standard In can. SO "
lied SimppT 10c. per lb
Crokie. - " '
Hheep Head, &c ...4 " '
thrlm, Lob.t". C'an and Turtles a'l Ip .eason
LIBKRtL DHCUCNT TO TUB THADK.
PROnitKTOR OF SPROATB PATENT
WhoUwnle Doalnr in Ie.
ICF FY TIIK CAR I-OAD OR TON.WEU
r':KFI) FOR BHIPPINO
Oar- Loads? a Speoialtv.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Lem,
II. T. OEROULI) AND
C. P. N E W L A N I).
AND (.AS FITTERS,
DRIVE WKLLS FORCE NI)
LIFT FUMPS H'RVISHKD AND PUT
TJP IX A WOKlvMASLIKE
MAXSRU, OAS FIX
TURES Of all Itind.lurnUhodto ordnr, o'd dxtor.'S ro
bronxoil; ) ihln pDiuptly altondid to. Ord"
ncclyod at Danlol lla tiuan'a or at thfl eliop,
COMMKUCIAL AVENUE BilTWliEN
SINETII AND TENTH STREETS,
.A-lltO .... IXA.
Q.EORGE II.. LEACH, M. U.
Phvrtioian and Sarproon.
Spuclal Httnntlnn paid to ths Hotnnopathlc treat
m.-nt oratirnlcal dlaeenes, and disetsos ot women
and rhtldrim. . . , nM
Offlcet On Hih tret, opposite lbs Post Olllc,
J)R. J. E. STRONG,
128 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAPOR. BLECTItO-VAPOB and MBDICATKD
A lady lu attoudaucu.
PR. W. C. JOCKLYN,
OFFICII Blshth Street, near Como srolal Avenee
pR. E W. WHTTLOCK,
. Dontal Surgeon.
Uynot-Mo, 188 Oomnarelal Awmoa, Mim
ttght'uand Nlntk HUmu
CHICAGO MARKET REPORT
CORRECTED DAILY Y CI1AS. CCSNINO
9:30 A. M. February 0, 18e3.
february, Maich, ; April. )lay.
Pork...-. $ I i'm uy. I I
Wbeut... I 1 it,-, 1 O'iH I I II,
Coru.... 58 I Jiv I te,
Oats.. . I ' I
liM I. M
February.) Jiaicn. I April,. May.
Wheat.. I iKift 1(1 1 Ui,
C..ru.. ;ns b'J
l! 3l P. M.
Kebruarir. March April. I Jlay.
Pork....- 8 10 I Ih"s i'8HJ'i
Wheat.. 1 i(7 J 077-4 1 1 W
Corn.... ?7',i I :7S 5 Is 5''4
Oats.... 3a;, .Hit .Ha'. 41
Chicago, February 5, 18M
Wbea I4, 7 8.1S8
oru lM.t.71 5, Hl
W, F I.amrimx. rl""" flttor of in Doi.i.eti
aud stea.iilioit paie i;'r a';..nt. (rrt;r for all
kindsof utria'ahoat Jon pnniltig aniiclted. OIBre
a. Bower's European Uotel. No. 73 Ohio lyee.
HTA0B4 Or" TIIK RIVKK.
The river rnnrkiid by th gaugB last
eveniriK at tin purl, 29 feet aud 11
inches and falling.
Cincinnati, Feb. 6 -tt . ui. River 29
feet G inches and falling.
Pittsburgh, Feb. (1-0 p.rrt River 20 feet
1 inch nml falling.
Louisville, Feb. 6-0 p. id. River 13
feet 0 inches and fulling.
Nashville, Feb. 6-0 p.m. River 16 feet
8 inches and rising.
St. Louis, Feb. 0-6 p. m. River 7 feet
1 inch and filling.
The present stage of the 0!i') will b5
feast for tow boating.
The Golden Rule from New Orleans is
cons'id rably cm-rdue f r Cincinnati.
The Cons Miltar from Memphis passed
up last night for Cincinnati with a good
Sol Silver is taking advantage of the
holiday for his line of bouts and enjoy
ing a country visit at home.
The Chss Morgan from New Orleans
follows the Rule and will report here- Fri
orSiturday for Cincinnati.
The Will Kyle, Ctptain Lew Kates mas
ter and Mr. Jas. Alexaadcr in the office it
due this evening for New Orleans but will
remain here several hours receiving freiat.
Yruardtty was one of the mo6t disagreea
ble days of the whole season, entirely disa
gree ible for travel on fwit; business on the
wharf and throughout the ci'y was very
Navigation from St. L mis up and down
to Cairo lias not yet b-een resumed, but we
think it will not ba but a few davs until
boats will leave there for New Orleans and
th.s Ohio river.
The Jas. W. G iff. familiar t everybody
on the Oiiio and Mississippi from Cincin
nati, is flue here to-day from the former
city and will tnke freight and paaseogera
here for Memphis and way points.
The Uenry A. Tyler did not get up from
Osceola until noon yesterday, having been
detained by bad weather. She leaves here
at noon to-day for Osceola; on her trip up
she had seventy-fivj deckers and 50 cabin
Sfeakiso of the Great German Remedy
to a friend, 0'Unovan Ross a said : "Mrs.
R'issa lias ben cured of a very severe at
tack of neuralgia by St. Jacobs Oil, as
she will gladly tell you, it you call at my
residence, 879 Bushwick avenue, Brooklyn,
If our readers will face tho south and
raise their eyes to the utarry heavens at nine
o'clock next Sunday night, February 11th,
they will not fail to see on the meridian a
brilliant, intensely white star with a sap
phire tinge. It is Sinus, tho leader of the
host of Hoaven, a glorious object, far ex
ceeding the sun in s;ze and splendor, ond
holds a place in the firmament at a distance
of at least a million times greater than the
distance from our earth to the sun. It is
so far away that light is twelve year in
spanning tho distance. The flashing light
that comes from the star is twelve years
old, and if it were this night blotted from
the sky, it would continue to shino there
for twelve years to come. Its dimensions
bavobei-Q approximately measured, and it
is found to be a magnificent 8'jn, at least
two hundred times as large as our sun.
Inequalities in its motion were long ob
served, and were attributed to the attrac
tion of a companion. But no one succeed
ed in detecting the disturbing element un
til 1802, when the eon of Mr. Alvan Clark,
the famous telescope maker, in testing a
powerful new instrument, turned it upon
Sirius, and beheld a tiny pniut near the
star tnat proved to be the long looked for
companion. Sirius belongs to the highest
order of stars, known as w hite stars. Its
color tias changed, for Seneca describes it
as ruddier than Mars , and Ptolemy classes
It with Antaros. It h is boon seen with
the oaked eye in broad annshine, sod is
brilliant enough to cast a shadow,
THE TEXAS AND ST. LOUIS.
A new map of "Tho Great Cotton Bolt
Route" has just been issued.
Cul. Psramore, the presideut, and Mr.
Ristin, the general manager, have been in
New York for several dys completing ar
rangements for the opening of the line
through Arkansas, and the gip in that
state being so nearly joined, the printed
map closes it up. In glancing over the
projected brunches, it is noticed that trac
ings appear fir an eiitensiou from Pine
Bluff, Ark., to Monroe, La., in order to tap
anddiain a very rich cotton pioducing sec
tion. From McNeil, Ark., there in also to
be, it would seem, a brnnch to Shrevr-port,
La. The Dalian branch is sketched tin to
Las Vegas, N. M., the route, as projected on
the printed map, making a considerable
curve in order tu reach the moit important
points. If it is retdly intended to bu l l to
Laa Vegas, it would result in great let)r
fit to the Texas and St. Louis, for then cot.
motion ran bo ma'le with the Denver and
Rio Grande, by means of the Santa Ft
road, which mee's the Denver aad R 0
Grande at Trinidad. This would give li e
Texas and St. Louis narrow gauge connec
tion with Denver, Salt Lake City, Utah,
Leadvilleand all the principal cities and
towns of Coiorado. The map also shows
that tho road is completed to Gatesyille,
some distance beyond Waco, Texas, and
branching off from the projected L iredo
txteiisioti at Uvaede, it is proposed to run
a short line to Fort Duncan, on the RiO
Grande, some distance above Laredo. The
dotted lines also intimate that the narrow
gauge will ultimately have a branch tn
Memphis, Teun., starting at Ooear, Ark.
The connections as shown an excellent
ones in Arkansas, Tens and Louisiana,
despite the fact the Iron Mountain, Texas
and Pacific and the Memphis and Little
Rock roads will probably endeavor to make
it decidedly warm for Col. Paramorc,
though there seems to bo no doubt that
there will be plenty of business for all the
lines in the rapidly developing south
The Illinois Central and the Cairo Short
Line have a fifty-year's traffic agreement
with the narrow-gauire, and it is generally
conceded that they are strong allies, and
that it will be to tln-ir interest to etand by
the infant road.
Expressions of gratitude on the nart of
the public are always impressive and
solemn, it is pleasant to know that tue
people are justly praising the merits of
Dr. Bull's CoUl'Ii Svrnn. a safe remedy fir
coughs, edds, bronchitis, croup and tore
The World's Cyclopedia of Biography.
Cyclopedias of Biography are usually
made up of an a'phabetical list, with brief
nketchi-s, principally of the name of peop'e
Ol fthoin you have never heard, anJtoknow
whom woulJ add greatly neitner to your
pleasure, nor your mental wealth, "flie
World's Cyclopedia of Biography," now
publishing, is upon a different plan. It con
tains only the stories of the lives of th
Umous men and women who have made
the world's history; who are really worth
knowing, and who are written about by au
thors often equally eminent, iu the field of
literature, witti the subj-.'cts whom they de
scribe. Eacn volume is complete in itself,
so that if you do not want, or cannot afford,
all, you can take what best plcaees or is ol
most worth to you. The five volumes thus
far issued narrate the achievements"!' no r
y two hundred of tho ni' St funnus and
worthy of the world's heroes Volume IV,
recently published, a very haudsome large
12mo., of about 7o0 pages, for the price of
TOefs , contains a new aud excellent "Life
of Washington i"a reprint of the standard
and thrilling Weems' "Life of General Mar
ion," and a new l,Life of Oliver C'tomwell"
hv the brilliant writer, E. Paxton Hood.
To illustrate the remarkable economy in
cost, compared with previous publications;
tho present importiug price of the Life of
Cromwell is $3 here, in equally good type,
handsomely printed, with two other impor
tint works thrown in, it costs only 70 cents;
even beyond 'his, as a means of nionf wide
ly and effectually advertising the biograph
ical series, the publisher will send, post
paid, a paper-bound edition of the Hood's
"Life of Cromwell," to any address, on re
ceipt of 15 cents, nnd volume, willcredit 15
cents toward the price of the same. It will
be strange if such books, at such prices, do
not find their way into almost every home.
"Biography is the most universally pleasant,
universally profitable of all 1 reading." well
said Thomas Carlylt. How indeed, can
the heroes of'fjeiion" be compared in In
terest with these heros of all tim", Wash
ington and Cromwell? 3 hn B Alden, Pub
isher, 18 Vesey Street, New York.
Oolil Drinks in OM Weather.
There h n pnu'Uce ngmnst which m any
1 to I
persons ueod to bo )'iit on their gutu'tl-
nnmelv, drinking fold water beverages
in eold weather. ' Cold drinks tiro tie-
pressing in their itillut'tn't', and the re
sult of taking such draughts when
performing more than common fouls of
strength nnd endurance, partictilurly in
middle ugo and advanced life, is to
lower the tone of the nerve centers at a
timo when it is most df slruble that they
should bo In exceptionally pood working
order, so that they may retain the vital
ity iiceessary to meet tho unusual need.
The phvsiologlfal efl'out of iced pota
tions taken hastily when putting forth
("pedal strength nnd making a peculiar
ly lnrge demand on tho vital force of the
nervous system, Is cither not understood
or is forgotten, It Is desirable to point
out ,hnt tho worst illness may and does
proceed apparently from inslguiiieiuit
causes. This Is one of tho petty causes
whivb nay lead to sad result.
Njw Tive-Cont Coin,
Upon the nvtirnniendatioii of Super
intendent Snouili'ii, of the Mini, tho
Secretary of tho Treiniiry ha approved
a f htinge in tho ileuef, inscriptions
and diameter of the i'i-eeiit nickel-copper
The present coin was ifsued under
act of Congress approved May 6, 18ofi,
and made the weight live grannueS and
the diameter two centimeters,
This was the first attempt, iu the his
tory of our coinage to prescribe by
law the diameter of a coin. 'I Ids hail
always been left to the iliscret'ou cf the
mint oflU'iaK w hose jtidgme it could
bo better trusted than that of ( 'ornT-s-men,
w ho of neet's.-iitv have but little ex-
fiert skill or know ledge on such subjects,
The result of this attempt was the
i.suo of a coin without dm; proportion
of thickness to diameter - without, so
nority or ring, and devoid of beauty.
The object of this unusual legislation .
wits an attempt on tho p:irt o( tti
vooatesof the metric system to make '
coin useful in educating tho public to
a knowledge and acceptance of the me
tric system iti our daily transactions.
This attempt to educate by legislation
has proven a signal failure. As the
law liad to' allow of a divergence ol
two grains above nnd below the pre
scribed standard, it was inaccurate and
unreliable as a weight; and as tho di
ameter of the coin could tmt be made
uniform, owing to a want of uniform
ductility of the nickle-copper alley, it
was obviously no standard to use as a
The devices on the coin were alsi un
artistic. The shield ou the obverse was
made so large as to crowd the other
work and compel the unc of very small
figures in the date, nnd a vory narrow
border around the periphery of the
piece. The nioito: "In God We Irt'st,"
above the shield, was forced so near
tho edge of tho coin as to excite appre
hensions that it "would not be able to
hold its place.
To remove these defects, and also to
make tho inscription and devices con
form to the requirements of the coin
age act of 1$"8 and to good type, Colo
nel Snowden prepared and submitted
to tho Secretary of the Treasury a coin
of increased diameter and new devices,
The coin is to be twenty-one milli
meters in diameter. On tlie obverse is
a classical head of Liberty, with tho in
scription "Liberty" on the tiara, and
the date below, nnd all surrounded by
thirteen stars. On the reverse of the
coin is the Roman numerical, indicat
ing the denomination of the coin' sur
rounded by a beautifully arranged
wreath composed of cotton, wheat and
corn, products of the country, and all
surrounded by the inscriptions, "United
States of Ameriea" and "E PluriVms
The coin is a great improvement on
its predecessor, and is beautiful in it
design and execution, and reflects cred
it upon the taste and skill of the offi
cers of the Mint. VIUladdphiaTdtgruph
In a Chicago school recently wiio
children wire asked to give a seiitenco
with the word "capillary." A little
girl wrote: "I failed across the ocean
in a capillary."' When asked what alio
m":mt l. v t!i:if, she turned to WebMrr's
Dift';ri""'ry and triumphantly pointed
out this definition: "t'rpi!!arv, a lino
that n.i .
her Livcstigfifion showqd
u twenty, scholars had
made the same Wiu- lcr
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, Backache, Headache, Toothache,
Sore Tlinmt. Snrlllnir. Miriiln., Ilrulaea,
Itii in., tii-ulil. I-'i-imI line,
AMI Al.l. IHIIHt IIIIIIII V I'lS MI Allies.
Sold by lleijKH'l ili.l ll."iln rrlwr. Hfiy tuull i bMllr
liim o .ih iu II l-tii, imrf.-..
THE I'll IM.r " . VOUH K It CO.
Ivmiiu A. luui.u.1. SCO.) Ilalllaim. !., 1.9. A.
v r v
I. . h
I ST ISA '
Sk. V .SSB -m
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health and avoid sickness.
Instead of feeling tired and
vvorn out, instead of aches
and pains, wouldn't you
rather feel fresh and strong?
Vou can continue feeling
miserable and good for no
thing, and no one but your
self can find fault, but if you
are tired of that kind of life,
you can change . it if you
How ? By getting one
bottle of Brown' Iron Bit
ters, and taking it regularly
according to directions.
Mansfield, Ohio, Nov. id, t88i.
Gentlemen : 1 have itiffrred with
pain in my aide and back, and great
soreness on my breast, with hoot
ing pains all ifirounh my body, at
tended with threat wiakncM,d; pres.
aion of spirits, and loss of appe
tite. I have lateen several different
medicincs.andwaitreateri by prom
inent physicians fur my liver, kid
neys, and spleen, but I Rot no relief.
I thought I would try Urown's Iron
Ditiert ; I have now taken one bottle
and a half nnd am .bout wcM pain
in side and back sll gone snrencs
all out of my brenst, and 1 have a
good appetite, and am raining in
strcngt hand flesh, It ran justly be
called ilittitfo mtUUiiut,
John K. Allsndhs.
Brown's Iron Bitters is
composed of Iron in soluble
form; Cinchona the great
tonic, together with other
standard remedies, making
a remarkable non-alccholic
tonic, which will cure Dys
pepsia, Indigestion, Malaria,
Weakness, and relieve all
Lung and Kidney diseases.
Ivead and Circulate.
The Illinois Central Jl. R. Co.
Will selt any of lis remaining lands st nno do).
Inr peracrti i Huh the prenit iir.es. from this
t'nie until i bii rlr-t city of o tiHior, ltni. Alter
Unit dai" tho prteiLt pri- e will U n-Hton d. Ail
hi' desire t" Pirn-lid . .hoiilii ava l !h,:n-l es of
"'"'' bfclYil ,, iks. I'. PAUOY,
F.it particulars liui'ilre ni 4 ""tnilouir.
M. KAsTl'Iin.WJtl,' ..
AlH. fur 1 f. li. K. Lands,
NotieuTo ' 'otitractors.
City Ci-Kh'a Urnes, t
Caiko, It,' .. J .n'y iiStn, lrW. f
Soal d propoa' Hi bo r, ctlv. d at this i ltlce,
dir.ir.ted toiho City Couril of the t'ilycf l airo
u ui II mt'ulinirof the City Cmincll, 'i to-mlsy i vcnlnt',
t'elinisrv Oth. let ) li r Pirn hini; the tnalerliil unci
dol the Work, or dol)i til i work ncccs-ury for
the cdnstrtirftun of fro' fiilliiw'tnj tlduu-allc, to ha
cnmt acted oi wieiil.vii: On ih. .onlhcrly plda
"f EliJhih trc t, be'ween Mail read Sin et and Ohio
Levee, Mtu' II i leet in Jen-'t ti, as i rov ded by
Ordinance No !i. aoprovcij A'iift II h. A.
l-b.'. wljich Ik ou H e In iUii ulllco and subject to
examination at nv il e.
A unnd ami mftlc i nt hnnd for twlc- tho amount
rr nni a conipimv all prop .mltlnti.. T'.io rilit to
reject any and ail bids e served liv the city.
l. .1. 1'ot.T, Cllv Clerk.
.it and below COST
(UhSlX OUT; SALE!
A pai tla! IHt of I Ves, Mid pr'rrs,
Miiall Sales, - - M .() tn8.'l 75
('uiihoiint, 5 Od lo 5 60
Cane Chairs, " 00 a set.
Urcakl'dst Tables, - - 2 25 to 2 50
Solas, . - - ii 00 (o 6 50
Bed loaiiffM. - It 00
Carpets, - - Hc to 15c per yd.
Ward rob - - 7 00 to 12 00 each
A Cane K icker for 7.V., Iirye sizo.
And a'l uther Hon ehuld and Kitchen Flirnl.
tnre at -anm prom t on. W'v. lusic ua tmmtlDia
sioek of all k.iinl mid murt ell.
11. J. UlNrfON.
Cor. lOlh r3t. AC V'll:tiiliKtoii Av.
CAtrt , Ut.lMtil!.
naAi.s is ii
KI.Ol'W (rSAIN AN1I 11 K
Egyptian Flouring Mills
HUieBt Cub Prk t Paid f"T Whent.