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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 18,
THE DAILY BULLETIN
KNTKItKI) AT TUB CAIRO rOWTOfFICK FOK
TRANSMISSION THHOUOHTHB MAILS Al fkO
OND CUM HATES.
oKrtuiAL exenHvr city ano county
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Ko!ir lu tan column, eignt canu per lino for
Irnt ti'1 A cent) purlin 4cb uhnoquenl mior
'.Inn. For on wtwk. seceDl por imo
n otith, ttuceun par itnu.
Sew Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shoeing shop has been open
ed !y Mr. P. Powers on Tenth s'reet. All
manner of blckiraithinj and wagon work
done to order. Hpainn.; work a specialty .
Work done promptly. tf
Mr. J.ihn It. Bennett, DnuaUt, Muske
gon, Mich. In regard to your inquiries
about Elys' Cream B dm for tlie cure of
Catarrh, my answer is, I cn recommend it
always n tlie bt'Ht remedy I have ever
used. Dr. J. S. Vaughau, dentist, Muski
See a woman in another column near
Speer'a Vm'yardi, picking grapes from
which fp"er's Port Orspe wine is made,
that is so highly esteemed by the medical
profession, for tha use of invalid1, weakly
persons and the aied. Sold by druggists.
The Kef. Geo. 11. Tuajer, of Bourbon,
Ind., ays: "IJ th myself and wife owe our
lives to SLiloh's Consumption Cure. (9)
The U. S. government are using large
cumbers of the Improved Howe Scales.
Borden, Selleck & Co., ag'-n's, St. Louis,
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will cr-e you, fuke
OF charge. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
Send a sell-addressed envelope to the Itev.
Joskph T. In man, Station I)., New York
Free ot Cost.
All persons wishing to teat the merifB of.
great remedy oue that will positively
cure Consumption, Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Bronchitis, or any affection ol the Throat
and Lungs are requested to call at Harry
W.Schuh's drug store and get a trial bot
tle of Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption free of cost, which will show you
what a regular dollar-size bottle will do. (1)
Fortunes for Fanners" and Mechanics
Thousands of dollars can bo saved by us
ing proper judi;nieut in taking care of tlio
health of yourself and family. If you are
Bilious, have sillow complexion, poor appe
tite, low and depressed spirits, and generally
debilitated , do not delay a moment, but
go at once and procure a bottle of those
wonderful Kit-ctrie Bitters, whieti never fail
to cure, and that for the trifling sum of fif
ty ceuts. Tribune. Sold by Harry W.
Highest Prize Port Wine.
Tho best wine in the c-oiutry. that took
the highest premium at the Centennial, is
Spier's Port Gnpe Wine, which has bo
oomo the most celebrated product of New
Jersey. This wine and his P. J. Brandy
are now heing used by physicians every
where, who reiy up n thmn as bring the
purest to he had. It is unsurpisaed for
weakly fema'es, and old puople. Used by
the Fifth Avenuw Society ns sn vuing so
cial wine. For Sale by Paci, 0 Sunuu.
To The West.
There aro a number ol routes leading to
the above-mentioned section, but the direct
and reliable route is via Sunt L iuii and
over tho Mn-s uri P icitio Railway. Two
trains daily are run from the Grand Union
Depot, S lint Louis to IC ins.w City. Lu..vou
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and (Jonh i.
Pullman P-lace Sleeping Cars of the very
fices: make are atttched to all truiiis.
At Kinnas City Uu.no D ' t, pwengern
for Ktus'is, Colorado, New Mexico and Cal
ifornia connect with express tnins of all
At Atc!iisn, connection is mule with
express tra'ns for Kinsas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is mi le with tlie
Overland train for California.
This line oilers to parlies enroiitu to the
West and N"rthest, not only f irt time
and superior accomodation, but beuutifnl
aceuery, as it passes firo.ih the Quest por
tion of Miss'iuri and Nebraska. Send for
illustrated nvips, pamphlets, fcc, of this
line, which will bu mailed free.
C. B. Kisnan, F. Cha.nui.kh,
Aia't Uen'l Pass. Agent. (Juii'l Pass Ajjcot.
Having purchased the t'akery ot J.
An'h'iny, on Wa-stlrngton avenue between
8th and 10:h streets, I prepared to offer to
tha public at all times fr.wh bread, cakes,
&c. of tho best quality at tho L.vest piiccs
lo i found lu tho city. Call an I s to mo.
12-1 Mf Jacou Lat.neii.
Wocld you iu trej troin 0 tt irrh, II iy
Fever and col 1 in Ilea 1? Try E'ys' Cre oi.
Bil'ii. It is curing hundreds of chronic
cases. Price (50 cents. Apply into nostrils
with little tinker,
Amtynu mvln mlserahlo by Indigestion.
Conatipa'ion, I)ir.ines. L" of Appetite,
Yellow Skint Sluloh's Vitalier is a posi
tve cure. (10)
Mary Qreetiliold, 0illati.,4ys:"Brown'i
Iron Bitters completely cured mu of nerv
ousness, constipation and general dnb;Uty."
Cottage For Sale.
I off r my coUaim nent to the
corner t Slat and Poplar streets,
East side, at a bargain. Ap
ply on premises or of me at N w York
Btore. M. 8. Lmoovrrcii.
LICENSE I LICENSE 1 1 LICENSE!!
owuers of billiard tables, bigatello tabtcs,
livery stable keepers, lumber, merchants,
hotel and steamboat runner ami all other
persons doiug buslunsi wbro license is ro
quired, are roquesto l to take out liceno at
once and save costs. u. u. Mr (tin,
9w City Msrstal.
A Special ileeliojr.
The stockholders of the Cairo Building
and Loan association are requested t meet
at tho office of A. Comings, on Eighth
street, on the 28th day of February at 7:30
p. ni., for the purpose of considering
amendments to by-laws. A full attendance
is desired. By order of the president.
A. Comings, Sec.
CAtno, 111, February 20 h, 1883.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Xotleot In tiMM eoinmnn, ten com pr I1n,
. 'n-"lon tai wlMihr markit or not, if r1cu-
I Hed to riw'l nay man's hwiiiiotis totcreat arc
TULKOHAPmC SEWS on fihbt page
AHK THE SAME AS THAT IN THE fT. L"OIS
rAPi:ns that will ahrivk to-moiit or
TO MOHROW MORNINO.
Mr. E. Sjorey representing Dr. J. C
Ayer & Co , of Lowell, Mass., is in the city
looking after the interest of the firm.
Secretary A. Comings, of the C.iiro
Building and Loin association calls a spe
cial meeting of the stockholders of the as
sociation for the 'idih inst. See special
Schoolchildren will rtnd The Bclle
tin scratch-books Nos. 2 and 8 tor si!e at
Phil Saup'scandy Btjre. tf
The Texas and St. Louis railroad is
cut off from the city by high water. The
Iron Mountain transferred its last train last
night. The St. Louis and Cairo is not the
only railroad that allows itself to be in'or
el with by a little freshet.
Charleston Courier: "Lo, the poor In
dian! L. W. It ibs, the fraud Cherokee,
who humbugged a lew of our citizens last
year, afterwards getting into trouble at
Cairo, litis turned up again. This tinii he
is in Fredericktowu, wben he was arrested
last Friday for getting good- under false
The hit of tho eoisonl The "Our
Bachelor Cigar!" at Barclay Biothors'.
If such c u-.ls A! tho following fr.jm a
Cincinnati firm were sunt out by mer
chants of Cairo, what a howl there would
he by the country press: "To our patrous.
As our works and w.xrerooms are located
in that part of our city which is most ter
ribly afilcted by the flood, we are ueablo
to flil orders for immediate shipment and
would therefore beg your indulgence for a
few days, when we expect the waters to
have sufficiently subsided to resume busi
ness. Truly yours, Charles Moser A Co.,
Senator Ilogan, of the 51st drjstict, has
introduced in tho senate a bill appropria
ting $1,000,000 for distribution among the
different counties of the state for construct
log and inaiut aiuiug public highways. The
bill provides that, alter the Couuty Boards
or supervisors shall bavemid ja tax-levy
equal to 20 pur cent, of the costs of the
roads proposed to bo constructed, they shall
be entitled to draw from this 11,000,000 in
tho slate treasury for an amount of money
equal to the revenue from the tax; and also
that the fund derived from the Illinois
Central railroad tax shall bo set apart for
tlie next ten years for the reptir and main
tenunee of these roads in good condition.
Any one desiring auything in Mrs. S.
Williamson lino will do well to call on
her, as she is selling out her stock at cost
for the next week. It
Through the loud and persistent warn
ings of approuching certain danger of an
overflow, indulged in by a few alarmists,
some of tha colored clement
is aroused to so unreasonable
Jegren of excitemeut. So much so
that an org iu'izjJ effort is strongly urged
by soiiu promiuent agitator among them,
to tako prompt po-sesiiou of somo of the
public building, notably the court house
and custom house. Their right to do this
thing is clear. The institutions nsmed are
public property sud may bo taken posses
sion of by the public whenever the public
nisy see tit. The colored lolks are easily
alarmed and pr.,uipt to seek places of sif
ty. But we are incliiind to bulievo that
there i.i ii 't 'lui siihmt reason for uneasi
ness on the p irt of anybody Mayor. Thistle
woo 1 and others aro on tho alert) some
prompt action that will prove effective has
already been taken by them, and they are
prepared to do on short notice all that may
be necessary to do in any contingency to
render clt z tns entirely sale in their pos
sessions. Pulaski Patriot: 'There are six pri
soners in our Jail awaiting trial at the coin
ing term of tho Pulaski ewun'y circuit
c mil. How is this compared with Cairn,
wln-ro tho J dl contains thirty-four prison,
ers." PuUeki couuty is under obligations
to the Cairo police force and Alexander
county, for stopping, convicting and send
ing to the penitentiary the tMrty-tour pri
soners referred to bi-fore tluv reached
Pulsskt couuty for which some of them st
ltast, were bound when they wura nabbed
here. If tho Cairo police were lost vigilant,
Alexander county would have a less num
ber of transient criminals t take csre of
and save thousands of dollars yearly, and
her sister counties would have to beat i
more Just proportion of the burdon of pro
tecting tho law abiding citizens of south
rn Illinois in their possessions and lives
against the magi.- of traveling thieves and
thus. Our neighboring counties for many
mues around should see cause for praise,
rstber than reproach in Alexander county'i
and Cairo's successful eflorts to stop hro al
invaders of a danuerous character, hotin,
on raiding tour through aouthorn Illlnnlu
and semi them to a pwfl f nt'oty st Chos-
A STRONG DEFENCE
The question of a practical application
of the system of "Organized Charities."
seems to be misapprehended by your cor
respondents. No intimation was given
that women fail in organizei societies
the experience ot such societies in our own
city, as well as all over the country, effectu
ally proves the contrary. Neither was it
asserted that a "man should be st the head
of it" (the organized charity association)
and receive the pay, while the women
should do all the work. In iny article I
said "a board of directors choseu from our
best citizens should liavo charge of the
work." In Boston and Indianapolis, this
board of directors is composed equally of
men and women, who work io perfect bar
mony for the common good, and have sn
equal voice in the management of affairs.
Tho clerk iu tho ceotral office acts under
the direction of this board of directors, and
since "all cases of destitution must bo re
ported" at this office, and from it "investi
gation of doubtful cases must be ma le, the
position will not ba a sinecure by any
meansif its duties aro faithfully performed,
As the office work, the takiug of nams,
places of residence and other details of in
terest, to be kept as a permanent record for
reference and furtlv;r use w.111 be considera
ble, so will the time to be yiven and the
labor involved in looking up of many of the
cases personally, visiting raiiros l depots,
wharfboats and like places, bj no light
and easy tak. While the ward committees
of the lvlie, who will look after cases of
destitution belonging to the city and report
and care for tho needs of our own poor, will
do a great deal; tho bulk of the labor and
responsibility, on account of Cairo's pecu
liar situation, will fall upou thesnent ot the
association. SiKh a person will have nped
oot ouly of good judgment, but alio of "trie
philanthropy," ss it will not be possible
to pay him more than a "fi r t-aWry"
f'r his services. I am informed
that tho sum known m the "p iortund"
amounts to about twenty-live hundrd do.
lar per snnitm. I should jud that this
am unt might be increased, at a moderate
estimate, by private subscriptiuu, at least
a thousand dollars. Doubles two or three
times thut amount is now givou in indis
criminate clnrit by our gonerous citizens,
who never fail to repoud nobly to any call
for help. If, of this sum, tbirty-tive hun
dred doling, one-tenth or three hundred
and fli'ty dollars, sh"uld bu paid annually
to a careful concientiou agent whose busi
ness it should bo to see, that the remaining
nine-tonlhs, shall bo spent wisuly aud to the
best advantage, certainly the "salary would
not absorb all the spare charitable means
of the community." In mentioning the
above sum, no account is taken of the pack
ages ol clothing, household good, medi
cines and gratuitous srvico ofourgiol
physician, and other donations that would
be apt to come in liborally, to be received
sn 1 properly distributed from tho central
offlo.'. The w irk of the ward committees,
of course, would ho dono gratuitously, snd
probably would be no greater than is now
being d me by our nobl .-spirited women, but
conducted in a loss eysteiun'io and sti'is-
factory niaoner. Ia conclusion, I will sy,
that I hive spoken of a system with fie
workings of which I atn aeqaiinted and to
which I h'o given sotue attention a sys
tem which has been practically tested in
many citiu, and fouolto b quite success
ful. If your correspondents have tny other
or better system to offer; any plan that will
do tho w irk in re thoroughly nod sitisf .c-
torily, it will meet with my heaity co-oper
ation, aud sincere ami person at sympathy
and assistance. C.
The following statement giving the
stages of the river during February, 18S3,
will not b'i without interest at this time:
February 15ih, lb"2
The rain fall during February, 1882, was
as follows: 10th, 2.03; lDth, ,O0;20ih, 1.01;
07th, .14; 27lh, 2.17.
The total rata full of January, 1H83, was
0.811 inchcsjihat of January, this year, was
but 2.75 lnrh.es. The ruin fall of Febiuai J,
1882, ws 10.14 Inches; that of loss than
half the saino month this year, up to
Thursday tho 15th, was about 0,50. Thus
it appears that the rain fall here during the
last month and a half this year, was about
7 60 Inches more than for tlio flnt ten
months Inst year.
A FUIEND IN NEED.
NOBLE WOIIOS SPOKEN II Y tilt. JEFFREY
OF TUB ILLINOIS CENTRAL
UOAD AT A fTKCJAL UICKT
tNOOF THr.CITT COON.
Ctt. LAST NIOHT.
A special mooting of the city council was
called last night by Mayor Thklowood for
the purposo of hearing tho report of the
special committeo with reference
to ttm conference hh Mr.
Jefforys of tho Illinois Coutrsl
road, snd doing such other business as
occa-lott uiight dnmand. Tbs full council
was present and the report of the commit
tee, which wss as foreshadowed elsewhere,
was approved, all present voting "yea" but
one. A resolution was adopted, constituting
tho city council and twenty citizens to be
appointed I y tha mayor, t committee which
shall have charge of all matters pertaining
to tho protection of the city from the flood.
Mr. Jeffrey w.is present and addressed
the council briefly with reference to tho
matter uppermost in their minds. He as
sured the council that the Illinois Central
railroad company would do all withiu its
power to prevent an overflow. It would
take charge of the Ohio levee from Four
teenth street up to the junction and would
guarantee that not a drop of water should
paFS throug'i or over it. A hundred car
loads of stoue were ready for transportation
inti the city and fifty men were now at
work quarrying more. A small army of
men would be put to work on the levee to
day and trains of flat cars would bring
down Villa Ridge clay as fast and in as
ltirge quantities as would be needed. "D n't
give yourselves any anxiety about that part
ol the levee gentlemen," said he, "I'll
promise to take earn of it and we are amply
able to do so'
Mr. Jeffrey wss loudly applaud! by
those present as ho will be by all citizens
who read this.
Mayor Tliistlewood will probably to-day
complete and call a meeting of the commit
tee provided by resolution, and it will or
ganized and prepare for action.
WORK TO BEGIN.
YfH'ercUy sf'ernoon Mr. T. J. Jeffrey,
of the Illinois Central road, arrived in the
city by special train in response to a tele
gram asking him to meet the special
committee, appoin'ed by the city council at
itilift mei tiug, for the purpose of arriving
at some understanding with refen uen to
tli-j improvement of Ohio h vee.
Tim point at iscue hot eu ihe r.omp-tny
and th? city w.ii, and has always loeti,
wfl'thcr or not the rity should hent a por
tion of the exponm of repairing 'he abra
sion in Ooio levee between Twelfth rihI
F urteeut'i slte 'ts. Mr. .Uffrey pr-pnied
sotii't time ag, that if tho city would
build a stmn! wall or' revetment abxig the
'ibi's,ion, the company ould d what till
ing itiieht be necessary, or vice versa, and
would riis-j the tn'ire levee to the grade
recently cstablinhed by the city council
Tlvs wis a very reasonable proposition a id
at the conference yesterday, the committee
agreed thst tho city should build the H
or revetment. Tliis wall or revetment will
need to he about two hundred feet long
and eight or ten ft high, and will he
built up us th GUing proreses. The
work proposed to be ,done by the filiooi.
Central company is couaiderable, namely
the raising of Unt Ohio levee, aud Crosn
levte to is intersection with New Levee
street, to a grade of fifty-three and fifty-four
Preparations were completed yesterday
afternoon by Mr. Jeffrey for beginning
woik immediately. A construction train
and a largo force of men were immediately
put to work and will be kept at It Bteadily
until the propose! improvement shall have
been completed. The weather will proba
bly interfere with the nising of the tracks
now snd for the present the work will
prihitbly cousist of strong bulkheadintr
where the levco is lowest, which will eeivo
evcy purpose in cise the river cotncup
1 1 s point where there is danger of over-
THE RIVElt AND I HE WEATHER.
Indications are favorable to a st and iu
the Ohio river at this point some time dur
ing to-nibt. List night at CiUO o'clock it
marked just 48 feet, showing a rise of four
inches in four ami a half hours, beginning
with 2o'ch ck when, according to the report
of Sergeant Hay, the river stood at 47 feet
8 indies. This wss about tho same rate at
which it had risen during the night be J
But those best informed agree that in
view of the very general cold weather, tho
rise herd cannot coutinuo beyond to-night
aud will not reach fifty feet.
At Cincinnati the fall wa two feet one
inch during the twenty four hours en ilng
at 2 p. ui. At Louisville, four inches. At
St. Louis there whs a rise of three feet leu
inches. This latter rise was caused by tho
breaking ol the Alton gorge, which oc
cured Friday night. But a dispatch lo
Captain V. P. Halliduv at 1 o'clock, stated
that the river had beunn to fall at St.
Louis. News from the Wahaith late last
night was also to the 'O.t that tho river
List evening's weather builetin showed
a general and vety heavy fall of tempera
ture throughout this weather circu t. It
was below the freezing point at all but
thr'e points reported from, but it had
risen twelve and thirteen degreea rcspict
ively at Dodgo City and North Platte,
while it was stationary at Bismarck.
How natural It is to be suspicious. Truly
this is an ae of suspicion. Nevertheless,
Capf. F. M. Howes, of the utesitier Willlnm
Urtwu, Merchants & Minor's Transportation
Line between Boston and Baltimore, who
suffered severly from rheumatism, caused
by the exposure Incident to his profession,
was cured by St. Jacobs Oil. This is no
Charles Wilson, colored, charged
larceny, wss acquitted.
Whlttleld Clemens, charged with compile
Ity In tht Fitzgerald safe robbery, was dls
LADIES, ATTENTION !
You now have the opportunity to mnko nnvnid
attractive, with hri;ht colors, your laded ribbons
and otli"r articles of apparel.
Every package of the
HANDY PACKAGE DYES
IS WARRAN TRDcjinah'tt of cnlorinsrinore in
auantitvaiid better in oualitv than nnv other 1un
I hilt liovi liann Titv)l
mm imiv muii uuqilui iiiw.. JM. jm;i jkii ivn ,; ,
for 25c. Try them and you will be, delighted.
CALL AND SEE SAMPLE COLOR OAHD.
7t 03aio Leveo and
Cor. 8th St. $c Wash. Ave.
STUART'S POPULAR and RELIABLE CASH DRY GOODS ROUSE,
A new pair of Milch will be piven lor nuy of our Custom
snoes that KIT or DURST within thirty slays. .S-ir.-im.
charged ly the sWe's Rt'ony.
George Washington w Oeorye VVM
Hams, tlt-2 r'i'z.'crild ante tmrLrlnr. were
sentenced "r.h to thrv? yenrs in th-' jx-ni-touUHr)'.
Tlio cac of Pavi.l ,. Wesver, rhireii
with emhezzulinij l,n.0 while asisttit
agent of the Ti x is .t St. Louis railroad st
thispoin', was tikvn n. JuJie li. S.
Yocum ml Mr. Gu . Hendricks wer st
sijneil liirn liy tho com t as council, a he
had hi l no ine'ins to employ one himself.
A jtirwfts euiisnn;l!d and then tbo cmdd
w is continued uniil Monday morning ut II
o'clock, to which time court aujourn:d,
after dischariin nil other jurors but tin 3
in the case ahove mentioned.
Farmehs wisjii iny; to im mectsMul with
sliiep yusrd lli'Oii njiiiiht expumre. Hut
il iu she. term:; liin cheep the firmer expinci
hiniselt nnd ein hes cold, hj must use Dr.
Bull's C'Ui;h Syrup.
k AO KK I N'l.
No lctto ID tli i t ulimiu .t:n line ( ..-( VitK ut
onetn('rtlnn r $l 0 p r week.
ItTu dAI,U.-.illi,ril(. Clrot-ii MoruKKf, pc( ir.l
W'rrnlv ft'irt Warratily liiml it ttu Ilullrtln
JobutllceTH t'hlti Lv(
1 6" I U '1 ,s .'( j H "sTiTk. On hllrort nirecj
1' hdo fith, ili " - IntfH. 9 niid io. block IV fchy
IMeicb. Disking 7 1 f i t on Kiil roitil ttreet tnd i)
fuet d ep. For part tc ilnr .p y at Bn:ltin oilier.
BW FHH AND OY8TKK DKPOT.
Uavlngniiw perftKloil my nrriitiiomint to
supply tUti trmla with
OYSTERS AND FISH,
I Can Niw OlFor as Follows: Oysters
Taken From tlio Shell Here Fresh
as From the Gulf.
Bi' ou Cook ! M per 103
Sulmn 1 Sit "
l)lno T5 "
OvKtnri Id b ilk IW "
Oynuiri) itnatUlilK la c&di 80 "
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hlioop UeKd, Ao
Shrltnon, holiktoi OrnH and Tnrtl nil In on
LIBKKlti DISCOUNT TO TUB TKADK.
Ihiiim 1 Kit .m. t. .l.-o ir'i V)
Thin is a correct nit of nnr lie
TIip nt'W.fd, nobbicnt ilmur out I'linn
Ivlrt, patent leather tip, ll- bvl.OO.
l'inest Kid Vmp, with U oo Kil loji.
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Pill If ill HIT I I'll 111 (Ml ILL . .111 f
JHble (Siat fr KM Jint!r: V k at
r.ll I II 1 1 11 I 11 tf mill I I G U lil(ll
MiOs hi I to 13.
I.H nd 118 Conmcr- Til.'..,.:..
t full llu of nil t) lt"l. ii w t cwl'im
nil q'tiillty. tii'l h.t msiiiifi iur..
CAHPKT DKl'AHTMK.N i'
hoAt ltruml, Tnwrlr r. l (.' hv 'Hi
Clolba, 4 Ac.
Clothing and Gents mm
Th ) pnnn'ir octuji fall fl r n -t
l fomple e la nil rmpi'f'. i,o ut ntv
Kiurnutt.'d ol Ulurt Hvle nn.t i- t i: i
tof.il. Bnttoin Prices and First cl.im fiood
N. IJ. Thistlewo:)il &. Pro.,
( 1hi n in i s i mi foivli 1 ntc
w sws W a suvi 1,1111111 J 4
GRAIN SACKS and TWIXE.'
NO. 80 OHIO LEVES,
Cairo. - Illinois:
;a. I. MITII,
K1HHIT A. NI1I
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CAIRO. - 11 A.
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