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TI1K DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 20, ls3
TKE DAILY BULLETIN.
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tRANBMIMION TIIKOUOHTHB MAILS AT SEC
OND CLASH KATES.
1) KKHJiAL J-APKKUF CITY AND COUNTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Sour, iii tni column, eignt conn per Hue for
I rut ami nv cnli pur lin och idhaequent tliaor
idu. Knr one wuvk, SUeeuti per line. For onu
mouth, 60 eenn per line.
New Blacksmith Shop.
A new horso shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers ou Tenth street. All
runnner of bUck.smitbinj; aud wagon work,
dono to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Vork douo promptly.' tf
Seb a woman in another column near
Speer's Vin"yard, picking grapes from
which Spner'n Port Grape wint is made,
that is so highly esteemed by tho medical
profession, lor tho ua of invalids, weakly
persons and the aged Sold by druggists.
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 eve you, fhek
o cuahhe. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
Send a sell-addressed envelope to tho Uv.
Joseph T. Inman, Station U., New York
"IIackmbtack," a lasting aud frairrant
perfuiro. Price 25 and 50 ceDts. 13
"Dr. Sellers' Cough Syrup," without
exception, has given satisfaction. Our read
ers give it a trial. Druggists keep it.
Price 25c. pur bottle.
Where machinery is used the Drew Oil
Cup will save 50 per cent, of oil. Write
for circular. Borden, Selleck & Co., St.
Louis. Mo. (2)
What is more nasty than runiuog sores,
ulcers, pimples, boils, scrofula, erysipelas,
etc.? Now "Lindsey's Blood Searcher"
cures thera a'l.
Woman's True Friend
A friend in need is a friend indued. This
noue can deny, especially when assistance
is rendered when ono is sorely afflicted
with disease, more particularly those com-
11 ai tits and weakness so common to our
female population. Eery woman should
know that Electric Bitters arc woman's true
friend, and will positively restore ber to
health, even when alt other remedies fail.
A single tr.al always proves our assertion.
They are pleasant to the taste, and only cost
fifty cents a bottle Sold by Harry W.
J. J. Lnrender, Oallatia, III., says: "I
have used Br.iwn's Iron Bitters lor indiges
tion and it does all that is claimed for it."
Highest Prize Port Wine.
The best wine iu the country, that took
the highest premium at the Octennial, is
Bpeer'a Port Or ipo Wiue, which lias be
oorao the most celebrated produ.it of New
Jersey. This wine and his P. J. Brandy
are now being used by physicians every
where, who rely upnn them as being the
purest to be had. It is unsuipsed for
weakly females, and old people. Used by
the Fifth Avenue Society as an evening so
cial wino. For Sale by Paul 0 Schuh.
To The West.
There are a number ot routes leading to
the above-mentioned section, but the diroct
and reliable roulo is via Saint Louii and
over tho Missouri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily are run from the Grand Uuion
Depot, B tint Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman I'-ilace Sleopiug Cars of the very
finest make are attached to all trains.
At Ktnsas City Uuion Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Cal
ifornia connect with express trains of nil
At Atchison, connecliou is made with
express trains for Kansas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is made with the
Overland train for California.
This line oHer to parties enroute to the
West and Northwest, imt only fast time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
ceuery, as it passes through tho fincBt por
tion of Missouri and Nebraoka. Send for
illustrated mans, pamphlets, &c, of this
line, which will bo m iile I free,
C. B. Kisnan, F. Chandler,
Ass't Oun'l Pass. Agent. Oen'l Pass Agent
Having purchased the bakery oi J
Anthony, Oil Wasthington avenue between
0th and lOih streets, 1 prepared to otter to
the public at all times fresh bread, cakes,
&c. of the best quality at tlm lowest prices
to bn filial in the city. Cull and see m.
13-1 8 'tf Jacob L ats k n.
Siiiiin's Cure will immediately relievo
Croup, hooping Cough and Bronchitis.
A. Vcxea Clergyman.
Even the patience of Job would becomo
exhausted were he a preacher and endeav
oring to interest his iiudioucft while they
were keeping up an incessant coughing,
making it imprssil)li for him to be heard.
Yet, how very easy can all this be avoided
by simply uning Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, Coughs and Colds. Trial
bottle given awny at Harry W. Schuh'i
drug store. (2)
Cottage For Sale.
T offir my cottagi next to the
corner ol 21st and Poplar etreots,
East side, at a bargain. Ap
ply on premises or of mo at N w York
Store. M. H. Lr.rrcoviTCU.
MCEVSK! LICENSE!! LICENSE!!!
owners of billiard tables, batellc thk,
Hverv atablo keepers, lumber, merchant,
hotel aud steamboat runners and all other
peraoru doing business where license Is ro
quired, ara requests! to take out license at
noce au lsavscosu, u. u. niriM,
2 City Marshal.
Ewrlnes and Saw Mill for Sale
Two oogimit and one saw mill complete
4oiell, or exchanae for lumber by Cuhl
Pros Dongola, I III.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In thane eoinmni. tea eentt per lint,
tenh tnnerttnn and whether marked or not, if talr.n
lited to toward my nun'i builnoM Interval are
always paid for.
Cuhl Bros, advertise engines and saw
mill machinery in business locals for sale.
Mr. Lambdin, river editor of Tub
Bulletin, has gnno to Paducah ou busi
ness. Rev. B. Y. George returned Saturday
from the east. He had a very satisfactory
Miss Mary Towers is cashier at Mr.
E. B. Pettit'a Boston cash store. She is an
Mr. Bob Davis, of tho Wabash office,
checks an Increase in his family of a flue
daughter, born Sunday.
Mrs. N. B. Thistlewood has returned
from hor extended tour of the south and
east, very much improved in health.
The hit of the season 1 The "Our
Bachelor Cigar!" at Barclay Brothers'.
Preparations were made yesterday to
have the drive-wells in the city all stopped
up as rapidly as they begin to leak.
At 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon a dis
patch from Grand Tower announced that
the Mississipi river was ou a stand there.
Sunday morniug Alderman B. F.
B'mke hud a successor born unto him, over
which ho is exceedingly hippy.
The heavy ico coming down the Missis
sippi river is grinding along the Missouri
shore and cutting it away rapidly at Bird's
Geo. Latner is determined to have pure
water. Tho link he ia putting upon tres
tle works at his building will hold over ono
- Mr. J. W. Rittenhouso i still crippled
in one band, in consequence of a fall on the
sidewalk during the several 1hiI y days of
a wok or more ago.
Cairo's harbor presents a inagui'Jcent
sight right now. The six or eight grout
steanu-rs lying at our wharf loom up
grandly nod make things look like a sev
Schoolchildren will tin J The Bulle
tin scratch-books Nob. 2 and 3 lor sale at
Phil Saup's candy stare, tf
News from Paducah yesterday after
Doon was to the effect that the river was
rising there at tho rate of about a quarter
of an inch P'T hour. At the same tune it
was rising at the rate of about one-third of
sn inch per hour here.
The outlook is very encouraging. We
feol warranted in saying tbat all danger of
an overflow is past. The rivers are falling
all around us, our levees are safe, and the
water will undoubtedly begin to recede to
day. -Telegraphic news on first page
AHE THE SAME AS THAT IN THE ST. LOUIS
PAPERS TnAT WILL ARRIVE TO-NIGHT.
Yesterday Commodore Tom Thumb
and wife were at The llalliday, accompa
nied by another member of their company,
ventriloquist. They were bound for
New Orleans and went down to Wickliffe
on the Three States.
Three hundred men are thrown out of
employment at Metropolis by reason of the
flood. The May Quid bank removed its de
posits and books and business to higher
ground yesterday, and yesterday morning
at 7 o'clock the guostsot the largest hotel
wero taken away in skiffs.
Yesterday Mr. Jeflreys, of the Illinois
Ceutral railroad, was busy at Wickliffe,
having a temporary incline constructed at
that ulaco for the transfer of (rains between
the Illinois Central here and tho Mississip
pi Ceutral and Mobile & Ohio there. The
incliuo at East Cairo was damaged by the
A flat-boat which left Smilhlaud, Ky,,
at 2 o'clock yesterday moruiug, arrived here
about 8 o'clock p. m., running a distance
ot sixty Ave miles in thirteen hours, or at
the rate of five miles per hour. It would
bu safe to calculate that tho current of the
river was half a mile less rapid than this
and that the full reported at Evausville Sun
day night will reach here, a distance of two
hundred miles, by noon to-day.
At Metropolis (which is u; on a big
hill)puople are paying ten couta to be fer
ried In Hkiffs from their homos to market
and stories and back. At Cairo (which is
commonly supposed to tie not exactly ou
top of a hill) the hidewalks and streets are
alive wth ladies and gentlemen in holiday
attic, promenading leisurely back and forth
and admirtug tho grand surging waters of
tho booming Ohio as it passes harmlessly
by tho city.
LaHt Saturday evening tho m ite on one
ol tho steamers at wharfboat No. 2 raisud
disturbance ou the wharfboat by quarrel
ing with and striking a spunky young col
ored fellow. OfBours Martin and Ma
hanoy got after him and he bid on tho boat,
The boat was about to leave, but the officers
gave tiio captain to understand that she
cnnldu't go until tho mate was delivered
up. The mate was brought forth, takrn
boloro Magistrate Comings, required to pay
a fine of ten dollars and coats which he did,
and then permitted to dnpart.
From 11 o'clock a. m. Sunday until
0 o'clock p. m. the following night Hie
ferryboat Three States mado throe relief
trips to different points abovo and below
tho city. The fiiat was to a point some
distaneu above E ist Cairo whoro a lot of
stock was in danger; the eecoud was a farm
near Chuto No. 2 to tako away from two
to three hundred head of cattle which she
landed at Columbus; and the third was to
near Wickliffe to pick up a largo lot of
gloves which were in danger of being wash
Mr. Joseph E. Letnen, proprietor of
Dixon Springs, passed through Cairo yes
terday ou his way to Pike county, Mo.,
where ho will be married to Miss Dora
Hughes on the 27th inst. The young cou
plo have been lovers for years; ever s'uee
tho time when he, a wild boy, used to
snatch the child in short dresses up to the
saddle of his pony and scurry on a ii.ad
ride across the prarie of Madison county
whore as children they played together.
Tiro young bride will prove a groat acquisi
tion to Dixion springs the coming season.
Circuit court convened yesterday morn
ing as usual. The case of Jno. A. Weaver
taken up, but was continued until
to-morrow morning and court adjourned
uutil that time after attending to a little
busiuess of minor importance. The reasons
why the case of Weaver was continued, v re
that ono of the jurors had been called homo
by a dispatch, announcing that his family
and property in the upper portion of the
county were in danger of overflow; and
also that defendant's father had telegraphed
that ho would be here with an able crimi
nal lawyer by Wednesday, to defend Weav
er. These facts were mado kunwn to the
court by Judge Yocum, one of defendant's
attorneys, and the court granted a con tin -ance.
The river stood at fifty-one feet even at
6 :30 o'clock last night. At 2 o'clock p. m.
it marked fifty feet nino inches, showing a
rise of one foot five inches during the pre
vious twenty-four hours, andoftluee melius
duringthe following four and a half Lours.
At Louisville the river fell two tret nino
inches. Private dispatches from vins
ville also announced a fall. It came to a
stand at the latter point Sundiy ulght
which will miku itself felt here this even
ing according to the rate of the cuiront.
At St. Louis the fall during the twenty
fours ending at 2 o'clock p. m. yesterday,
wss five inches and a private dispatch from
Grand Tower, eighty miles abovo here,
announced astaud at tbat point at 1 o'clock
yesterday afternoon. There was a general
risii iu the thermometer all arvind, but no
rain rr-pirted from anywhere.
Mr. DeWitt Ray, special correspondent
of the Chicago Tribune, has been in tho
city several days in the interest of that
paper. He came here in order to !earn
tho true state of affairs. He says there arc
two classes of people in the city; oue over
confident and one pnic-strickeu, and be
tween the two some very contradictory re
ports have left the city. Ho camo hero to
write a truthful account of Cairo's condition
and we are satisfied tbat if he does this,
as we believe be will, thoe jealous of
Cairo's good name will bavo nothing to
fear. He is a gentlemen of goo 1 judgment
and has been hard at work during his stay
here, posting hiuj'i'lf. Yesterday ho walk
ed along the entire lungth of thu city's five
ruilesof levee and found everything in what
be considered a safe condition. Hewill re
main among us until the situition here
shall bo entirely uainteresting, which will
be about this afternvin or to morrow morn
ing. Byron uovnr uttered truer words than
when he said, "Physicians mend or end us."
But while doctors disagree, all the world
has agreed that there is no remedy equal
to Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup.
HOW WE WORK.
Sunday afternoon tho committee provi
ded for by resolution at tho last special
meeting of the city council, uv)t at p.ilioe
headquarter by order of the mayor tor the
purposo of organizing for work.
The meeting was called togeth'-r by
Mayor Thistlewood, and organization was
effected by electing tha inayot chairman
and City Clerk D. J. Foley, secrotary.
Mayor Thistlewood submitted to the
committee a plan for tho work in hand.
He had divided the city's levees into five
imaginary miction, and proposed that
twenty-five of the committee of thirty be
divided into sub-committees of Ave mem
bers each, and that each of said sub-committees
be charged with one of said five
sections of the lev.-c. Tho remaining live
members of the committee were to bo as
signed to such other duties as time might
make advisable or necessary to pel form.
The plan proposej the division of the
levees aud those in charge of (inch division,
as follows: ,
nntt division, from Uth street to the
juuction of tho Ohio and Mississippi levees,
In charge of Messrs. C. 0, potior, Jno. Wood,
Charles Lancaster, J. N. Carver and W. I).
Hjcond district, from Uth street Ohio
levee dowu to point, inchargnof Messrs, T
W, Halllday, Jessu Hinklo, IVi.-r Ssup, H.
A. Ilauuon and E. A. Smith,
Third soctlon, from north junction of
Ohio and Mississippi Ujve (() Graveyard
Kidgo, in charge of Messrs. E. 11. Pot tit, A.
Swoboda, Jeff. M. Clark, Jno, A. Poor and
Fourth section, from Grave) ard Ridge
to lower rock pile on Mississippi levee, In
charge of Messrs. Win, Mcllslo, Wood Hit
tonhouse, K. II. Cunningham ami W. 0.
Fifth district, from lower stone pile to
St. Louis and Cairo freight depot, fa charge
of Messrs. B. F. Blake, C. N. Hughes,
Major E. W. Hallidfly, Horman Myers, ai.d
A votn was taken and the plan sugges
ted was adopted unanimously.
A motion was mado by Alderman Blake,
that tho fivo committee do at once exainino
each the section of levee under its cure,
and report what work, if any, may be nec
essary thereon, at a meeting of the com
mittee of the whole at 0 o'clock Sunday
An amendment was offered by Aldeiman
Wood that the s .b-comotittees examine
their respective sections twice each day and
report at 10 a. m. and 3 p. ni. daily.
Captain W. P. llalliday was of opiuion
that too much time would be lost if tho
sub-committees wero required to report only
what was needed. He considered prompt
action necessary. Tho river was still rising
aud would very probably rise until Tues
day ; it would rise enough during the com
ing night to bring it ou top of the lowest
portions of the Ohio levee, and by Tuesday
it would be near the top at other places.
There would be no danger it timely steps
were taken to avoid it, but danger would
lie in delay. Bulkheading would perhaps
have to bo raised all around the city and it
would bo well to commence preparation and
work in the lowest places at once. He pro
posed, therefore, that the several sub-committees
make tho inspection provided fm
ascertain what might bo necessary, and put
mtu immedi itely to work to do it; then re
port each day what they had done instead
of what ought to be done.
The motion before the house was changed
to conform with Captain Halliday'e sug es
tious, and was adop'ed without a dissent
T le meeting then adjourned and each
committee proceeded at onco to its dutira.
every part of thw lovees were viited and
carefully examined and at six o'ch ek the
following reports were made in writing:
Mr. C. O. Patier reported for sub-coin-niitt
e ou action No. I, that 'he I. C. If.
It. C. is doiiijr all work required tor this
n i g h t an 1 that Mr. Jeffreys lufurmed us
that the company will have all work done
at hoid of incline n I ('r levee on ill
s'. c:ion by 9 o'clock.
Mr. T. W. llalliday reported f. com
mittee in charge of section No. 2 as follows:
Having looked over ground and found
everything in good shape for tho night.
Theonly work necessary was at point, where
Hill id ay Bros, had already put a gang of
men at work at bulkheading, and the
work had progressed sufficiently to aff rfi
ful' protection for the ninht.
Mr. F.. B. Pettit reported for committee
in charge of section No. 8 : Height of levee
above level of river at Desrocber's, i feet;
at Kendall's garden, 8?; at county road,
2 feet. Levee in g'od condition all
Mr. Wood Rittenhouse reported for com
mittee in charge of section No. 4 : Find levee
in good conditiou with four feet embank
ment to go on the Miseiss'ppi levee and six
feet ou New Levee. Inner slope at Dutch
gp needs more dirt and have ordered men
aud barrows to go to itork to-morrow.
Mr. B. F. Blake reported for committee
in charge of section No. 5. River wittiih
3 ig feet of bottom of railroad ties, except
at place near point the leveo is considera
bly lower and where about one hundred
yards of bulkheading will be needed to
mr rrow. Find sotno places where there is
some washing and all crossings have robbed
levee of dirt. Bat Col. S. S. Taylor hat a
large number of men at w irk repuring
Mr. E. A. Smith offered a resolution re
quiring tho mayor to issue a proclamation,
calling upon all ahU'-bodiod body men to
come out with picks, shovels, etc , and pro
ceed to build bulkheading all around city;
and that business houses all close and spe
cial police be appointed to see that procla
mation bo enforced.
Mr. T. W. llalliday thought that such
measure wa9 not necessary and would only
create noodles excitement.
Mr. Smith withdrew his resolution with
the understanding that tho comtuitte should
report yesterday morning aa to the advisa
bility of issuing proclamation.
The meeting then adjourned.
During the night Mayor Thistlewood
and Chief Myers and members of the sov
erul sub committees made rounds ot the
levees, seeing that work which was neces
sary was being proporly done. It was a
flno night for work. Bright moonlight
'and just cold enough lo induce men to
work with energy in order to keep warm.
Yesterday forenoon tho committee met
again at police headquarters nnd after re
ceiving the following reports adjourned
until ft p. in.:
Mr. Blake reported for committee in
cnargo ot ntn section, that river rose one
foot since Sunday ul'ternnon at 4 o'clock
There is 2) feet of loveo to bottom of rail
road tiea. Col. Taylor lias forco of forty
men at work ou our section, protecting all
dangerous places. The one hundred yards
of bulkheading at point is now being built.
E. B. Pottit reported for commlttoo in
charge ot section No, at Rivnr below top
of lovtte at telegraph office 10 inches; at
county road 18 inches; at Kond all's garden
8 feol; at Graveyard Ridiro 8 foot. River
rose 13 inches during eighteen hours,
At night Mr. Wood Ritteohouse reported
for committee iu charge of soctlon lour,
that levee on that section would stand two
and a half feet more before it would be
necessary to put up any bulkheading. The
tilling ol Dutch Gap will bo finished by to
Von now. have the opportunity to make new nnd
attractive, with bright colors, your faded ribbons
and othfT articles of apparel.
livery package of the
HANDY PACKAGE DYES
IS WARRANTED capable of coloring more iii
quantity and better in quality than any other dyes
that have been ottered. Price: 15c. per package; 2
for 25c. Try them and jou will be delighted.
CALL AND SEE SAMPLE COLOR CARD.
7l 32Lio Levee and
Cor. 8th St. & Wash. Ave.
STUART'S POPULAR and RELIABLE CASH DRY GOODS HOUSE,
A now pair or shoes will b g-iven for any
Shot's that RII' or IU'RST within thirty iiavs.
Mr. C. X. Hihi! reported for coin iuittVi
iochargu of section the, tint thu river rosv
four inches from 9 o'clock m. uUil 3 p.
m., beirii nt rite of hilf an inrh per hour,
The one hundred feut of unlklieadiu at
poiut i shout completed. Mr, Win.
McIInle, sup'Tinten letit for Col. S. S. Tuy.
lor, ie loin(; !l nwp-wtry work on this
The city h b ut one huudreil and
uovtDty five men nt work altogether. Some
are helping the Illinois Central force, some
are at work Ht I) itch Q i;, smue near the
point, and U-.t ni,'ht n strong force H
put to work bu'.kheaiiijn the short stretch
of Cros! levee between New levea Mrett
and the teletrrnph house.
From ill this it will appeir thut nothing
is heinif loft undoue to innke the people of
C.iro entirely sf; tint what in belndono
proven amply nulflaicut to protect them,
and also tlmt we are perfectly able lo nn.tt
any emergency tint U at ill likely to arise.
A further rise in the rivr of about two
inches is expected by those best iuformi'd,
and the prrptutions Are such as will in
sure prompt and sufficient action whenever
neces-ary. That tho leyets aro strong
euoujjh to withnian l any pressure thu can
be brought agitint th.:m by the rivers can
not be dou l ted by any one who baa taken
tho trouble to t-xumine them, or who places
any nonfldencc in the report of the com
mittees. s published above) tbat we could
keep out a flood several feet abovo the
luveesall mound us and are prepared to do
so, is a. palptble as it is certain that, unlets
some unforeseen contingency arises, we
shall not .be culled upon to Uie our resour
ces. In view of ail these things the jieoplo
ot Cairo m ry rest assured of perfect securi
ty at least of us much security as they
would in tho ordinary wnlksof life.
1'kck'b S in regards !t. Jacobs Oil ah il
'hi''," and everybody agrees with it.
The hhsl sly Mali tliinff ill socii-lv in
for liulie.i to keep a "luiir album.' in
which is nrrnii',vd Mk of hnir from the
heads of rti t liiist friend. This !. a
roiifoiindi'd Minnie. Nueh a fashion v, nn
no doubt started by sunic fellow who
eouid rnisc hiiir fii' ibc niaiket. bin it
will not become popular, from tho fact
that some of the most estimable (reuile
men have no hair to spare. We know
plt'iity of men who would do anything
Iu the world for their lady friends, ex
cept to part with a single' linir of their
heads, It is. hoped that the crazo for
hair albums will not become general,
and that the ladies will be contented
with n soft nuswor when they ak for ft
lock of hair from tho head of a bald
man. Cut if they do get wdld on tho
subject of hair, no" Kcanl haired man n
going to be oafe, as the ladies will have
tho hair, by fair means or foul. Picture
asiuiu with little hair, nfraiil to go Into
tho presence of ladies, for fear be will
be despoiled of bin glory, his hair. It
will be ueee'savy to loek up hair In a
safe with n lime lock, and forget tho
combination. Tiii k Indeed, the last
fashionable hairikil bivnks our back.
.'('(.'' i $101.
Nk.tt A I) V KHI'INK.M KNI'H.
Noilci'K Id tlilo column three llii;6 nr luc iMKtuo.
onelniKtrtlou or IM pi rwoek.
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i Wrru!ymid Warranty IHiudi at tiio Bullutlu
Job nflko 78 Ohio 1,1'vimi
.(F'nUYif fOHHAI.K.-On llallro.d utrmit
U imiow Mlh, three Into S. and in, block IS. !by
tDxach, mnklu. TS fui't on Kallroad urm't and 30
lent drop, Knr particular! apply at Dullulln oJlce.
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This in a correct rut of our new
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npwi'M, nobbiest thinir
patent leather tip, !
1'ioesi Kid Vamp, with t'oe Kid Tui),
patent leather trimmed at ,SiJ.50. N
tur I'thhle (ioat r Kid Itnttnn sho, at
82.50. fhildr n'a aud Mi h? irintr
Hel Hion lu Mz' I to i:.
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DRV GOODS and NOTIONS,
s full Una of all the Itt'j.t. o -weKt color,
nd qatllty, and he.t msniifa tur.
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Body Brnl, Tt!riei, Ii jrirut. Oil
Clutbt. A , Ac.
thins: and Gents'
Thi 0 psrimuu ocrupiv a full fl.i r and
l CotDDlda lu til rrifctn. OukU ore
gturaulcrd ol lito.t ryo aud inert run
lantl. Bottom Prices and First class Goods!
N. D. Thistlewood & Dro.,
GRAIN SACKS and TWINE.
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