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THE DAILY CAIRO JtULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 4. s3
TIIE DAHY BULLETIN.
OFKICIt! SO. " OHIO I.KVEE.
KNTKHKI) AT TUK CAIWO I'OBTOKFICK roll
lBASyiB8lOM THROUGH TUB MAILS AT BKC
OKO CLAM IIATKS.
OtflUlAL PAPKKOK CITY AND COUNTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Mitttrnalu tni column, eight cenu per Doe fur
rt!nna entile par Una each uhaequent lnier
lon. for one wik. SOccute per line- For one
month, Wl ceute per lino.
Pima Cou LiteuOil made from selectiiil
livers, on the sea-shore, by Caawull, Hazard
A Co, New Yi rk. It is absolutely pure
and sweet. Patients who have onco taken
it prefer it to all others, PhyeictHus have
decided It superior to any of tlio other oils
Ciiappru Hands, Face, immple3, ami
rough skin, cured by usinf Juuiper Tar
fcosp, made by Caswell, Hazard & Co.
New York. (3)
For lamo IW.k, Silu or Chest usy
Hhi.oh'sPorouj Plaster. Price 25 ceuts.
Paul Q. Schuli, agent. (5)
To all who an suffering from tho errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, Ac, I
will seud a recipe that will cru you, khee
op charge. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
Hend a sell-addressed envelope to the Rev.
Joseph T. Ikman, Station D., New York
Ely's Cream Balm has completely cured
me of Catarrh, of which I have been sfflic
fed over ten years, after trying almost every
rfinedy recommended, none haying proved
so effective and thorough. S. J. Aiken,
Wholesale Dealer in Boots and Shoes, 143
Federal St.. Boston, Mans.
""" ' MicKien'ir Arnica Salve
The Best Salvo '.n the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Khcuni, Fevor
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Pi leg. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, nr money refunded. Price
'25 cents par box. For sale by Oko. E
' Brewer Bros., Monmouth, say: "We
can always say s good word for Brown'B
Over 200,000 Howe scale have been sold,
and tho demand increasing contiuually.
Borden, Selleck & Co., agents, St. Louis,
True to Her Trust.
Too much cannot be said of tin ever
faithful wile and mother, constantly watch
lug aud caring for her dear ones, never neg
lecting a single duty in their behalf. When
they are assailed by disease, and thesja
tem should have a thorough cleaning, the
stomach aud bowels regulated, blood puri
tied, and niuluiiil poison exterminated, she
must know that Electric Bitters are the only
BUie remedy. They are the best and purest
wedieiue in the world and only cont fifty
runts. Sold by llarrv W.Schuh. (4)
A Geucral Stampede.
Never was such a rush made for any
Drug Store as is now at Harry W. Schuh's,
for a trial bottle of Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds,
All persons affected with Asthma, Bron
chitis, Hoarseness, Severe Coughs, or any
affection of the Throat and Lungs, can get
a trial bottle of this groat remedy free, by
calling at above Drug Store. (4)
See a woman in another column noar
Speer's Vineyards, picking grapes from
which Sper's Port Gripe wine is made,
that is so highly esteemed by the medical
profession, for tho uio of invalids, weakly
persons aud the aged. Sold by druggists.
Happy homes and ainiliug faces are in
variably the result of wine parents constant
ly keeping "Seller's Cough Syrup" on hand.
Advice to Motlers.
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teeth? If so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieve the poor little sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhcea, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the guuiB, ie
duces inflammation, aud gives tone and
energy to the whole By stem. Mrs. Wins
low's Sootliiug Syrtip for Children Teething
is pleasmit to the taste, aud is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and tier-1 female
physicians mid nurses in the United State,
and is for snle by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 21 cents a Dottle.
Shiloh's Cough and Consumption Cure
is sold by us on a guarantee. It cures con
sumptii'n. Paul O. ischuh, agent. (6)
New Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shoeing shop hits been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Tenth street. All
manner of blacksmithing and wagon work
done to order. Uupairiug work a specialty.
W drk done promptly.
Having purchased the bakery ol J.
Anthony, on Wasthlngtun avenue between
ttth and 10;h streets, I prepared to offer to
the public at all times fresh bread, cakes,
Ac. of the best quality at thi luwest prices
in be found in the rlty. Call and see me.
12-18 tf Jacob LvrsKit.
Cottage For Sale.
I offer my cottagu neit to the
corner ol 21st and Poplar streets,
East side, at a bariain. Ap
ply on premises or of me at N w York
Htore. M. S. Lkptcovitcii.
Emrinea and Saw JIM for Sale.
Two engines and ono saw mill complete
to toll, or exchange for lumber by C'lhl
Two furnished rooms for rent. Apply
to Mn. 8. Williamson. ft
Just received, two cars choice E. Ibe
Michigan potatoes. 8. K. Wilson,
It 77 Ohio Levee.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Nntlcaa In thai eoinmna. ten canta tMt llB
crt lnrtton tad whether marked or not, if catca
Mod to toward idjt mau'l biialaete Interuit ara
Cooking Oil at O. D. Willliarowin's
Read S. E. Wilson's notice of seed pot a
toes for sale.
The first regular meeting of tho city
council for this month occurs to-nigbt.
Captain George W. Dunn is out again
after a four weeks' eonfinemmt with pneu
monia. At Shawucctown 'the river was four
and a half feet higher than it was ever
At the present stsgo of tho sipe water
in the bottoms the river must fall to about
forty f'iet before the sewers can bo opened.
For Sale A white Leghorn Cockerel,
May hatch. Price $1.00. Apply to E. A.
The case of Neff vs. Smyth was con
cluded yesterday forenoon and the court
took it under advisement.
County Commissioners met yesterday
and were in session the greater part of the
day. Only routine business was done.
Miss Fannie Barclay has just passed
through a long spell of sickness and was
out yesterday for the first time in nearly
School children will find The Bulle
tin scratch-books Nos, 2 and 3 for sale at
Phil Saup's candy store. tf
The first train on the Wabash road
since it wa9 cut off from the city by flood,
came in Sunday evening.
The public is cordially invited to go to
the Methodist church to-night and enjoy
the entertainment given by the W. C. & L.
A. No admission fee is charged.
A lall of one foot In the river here is
recorded by Sergeant Rv for the tweuty
four hours ending at 2 o'clock p. m. yester
day. A fall of ten inches took place at
St. Louis during the same time.
Trains on the Wabash, 9t. Louis A
Pacific railway are no running through
from Cairo to Danville without change,
transfer or detention. F. A. Millar, ticket
Those who have given the matter at
tention, believe that Southern Illinois fruit
is yet safe, and that unless we have severe
weather during March or the first half of
April, we will have an abundant crop of
apple", penile :, ('homes, etc.
The water got the better of Captain
Thomas Tarr at Wolf Island. It cut the
bank sway so rapidly that it was impossi
ble to save the captain's house. But the
ntnck f goods was all saved. Captain Tarr
is in the city now, he came up Sunda).
Paducah News: "Citizens of Cairo held
a meeting on tho lstinst. and "chipped in"
a thousand dollars for the benefit of the
sufferers by the overflow at Shawneetown.
The denizous of the Egyptian city are not
only energetic, but noble people."
The publication of the Anna Advocate
has been suspended. The editor Bays all
the excuse he has to offer is, that the paper
was uot a financial success, and that he has
determined on taking Horace Greeley's ad
vice to "go west and grow up with the
Mound City has set her pumps to go
ing, which throws a stream of water 6
inches deep by 23?4 inches wide- out of the
city. Tho Patriot believci that if the ma
chine is worked steadily, the city will be
free of water before tho river reaches the
poiut at which the sewers can be opened.
A wreck occurred Sunday on the Mo
bile and Ohio railroad, not far from Mobile,
in which the loss of property was consider
able and several train men were injured.
Harvev Bay, express messenger for the
Adams express company here, was badly
huit about the lower limbs. A broken rail
is said to have been the came of the wreck.
A dispatch to River Editor Limbdin
received st th'i office from Paducah last
night about 0 o'clock, stated that Mr.
Charles Reed had been re-elected mayor by
a majority of one hundred and sixteen
votes. The total number of votes cast was
only one hundrod and twenty-four, bo that
Mr. Reed's Republican opponent, who,
aside from politics, is a very popular geo
tleman, received on eight votes.
The Mobile A Ohio railroad is now
open for business to all points south. Train
leaving Cairo at 3:53 a. m. runs through to
Mobile without change, and has Pullman
sleeping cars from Columbus, Ky., to
Nashville, Mobile and New Orleans. It is
tho best and quickest route l Memphis,
Vicksburg, Nashville and the southeast. It
has the best road-bed in the south the
finest passenger equipinont snd tho best
eating houses, p, A. Millor, ticket agent.
The weather of this circuit waa some
what mixed according to last evening's bul
letio. There were some heavy falls in the
thermometer at points which usually govern
the weather here. At Bismarck s fall of
thirteen degrees occurred, leaving the In
strumcut marking twenty-seven ; at Dodge
City there wai a fall of tbirtoeo, making
forty-five; at St. Luis a fall of nineteen,
standing at thirty-five. At Yankton It
marked thirty-four. Omaha thirty-eight,
Chicago thirly-fivs. Bilu was reported
at Keokuk, Lttavenwortb and Louisvillo.
A switchman in the Illinois Central
yards came very near getting both his legs
cut off or perhaps being killed. He was
running ahead of a train, along side of the
track, on top of the earth olevatlou made
for the hulkheading, wboo he slipped and
full with both legs serosa the track. The
advancing car-wheel caught him and
draggedjhim for thirty or forty feet, but,
strangely enough, without paasing over bii
legs. Ilia shins were bruised and he re
ceived some injury in the back; but other
wise be is all right. Drs. Parker gave him
what surgical and medical attention he
James Gordon Bonnett sent $1,000 to
Shawneetown; the Chicago hoard of trade,
$847; Jno. Shilletto A Co., of Cincinnati
and others, $1,000 and a quaoity of provi
sions; the Indianapolis board of trade sunt
a relief boat down the river to distribute
provisions, bedding, etc. Besides these
smaller amounts of mouey and provisions
wero received from differont persons and
communities aud organizations. But the
state authorities and citizens of Springfield
are still to bo heard from. Ctiro's sub
scription amounted yesterday to $33-1 which
had been sent to Shawneetown in several
The city has made acontract with Cap
tain Colo to furnish the rock uccesssry for
building tho wall along the outer edge of
Ohio Joveo street, between Twelfth and
Fourteenth streets. Tho wall will have to
bo about two hundred and fifty feet long,
about ten feet high and three or four feet
thick. It will be a dry stone wall, no mor
tar to Im used, aud five hundred cubic
yards of rock are now thought to be neces
sary. Captain Cole has the rick all ready
quarried aud needs only to load it. It is
expected that he will commence to bring it
down immediately and work will begin us
soon as the water is down.
The man drowned at the upper wharf
boat Friday night is believed to have been
a sliip-carpenter named Jns. Edwards, well
kn- wn here. He was employed on tin tow
boat Jno. Dippold which lay here Friday.
He went nshore for his tool client and it
seems he was caught in the current on his
way back to the boat and lust control of
the skiff. The Dipp ild went away without
him and he is not at his boarding house in
this city; two oais belonging to the Dippold
and a small tool lux belonging to Edwards
were found Sunday in the drift near the St.
Louis and Cairo depot all of which sckils
to confirm the opinion that Edwards was
the victim. 1lo was a member of Cairo
Lodge No. 237, and it is likely that gome
effort will be made to prove the truth or
falsity of the theory of his death.
ExprcHslouB of kind feeliug and ad
miration, by correspondents at u distance
writing to friends here, are numerous and
often eloquent. Business letters even have,
many of them, short p ists-scrips congratu
lating the people of Cairo upon their happy
escape from all damage by the flood. A
business letter from a former Cairoite to
one of our commission merchants says, "by
the time this reaches you, Cairo will, no
doubt, be glorifying in her esr.p front
the dreadful Kporijnce of an overflow, I
have great confidence in Cairo and her peo
ple." A Michigan Udy who was here ou a
visit during part of the flood wrius: "I
admire your spirit io holding your city so
cure against the flood. I am inclined to
believe that all the. water in the United
States couldn't prevail against the btave
people of Cairo;-' etc., ad infinitum, or
words to that effect.
Harorly'a Mastodon Minstrnls gave a
splendid performance at tho Opera House
last night. Although tho weather was
threatening thero was a good audience
present. Tho performance opened with the
singing of the Bolls of Cornville in a man
ner that enptivatod the audience. It was
a grand picoo of music grandly produced.
Other songs, varied in character, followed
and were equally excellent in their exocu
tion. The serenade by Mr. Walter Haw
kins, "Tcvesa," was beautifully given, in a
voice naturally as sweet as a woman's and
as highly cultivated as any. Tho music,
both vocal and instrumental, both solo and
choruses, was all fine and ptoved the com
pany to bo composed entirely of rare talent,
to be strong in quality as well as in quan
tity. The performance was also brimful of
sparkling fun which niado everybody in
the house happy, and some of them boister
ous with laughter. As a whole the per
formance was one of the best of its kind
over given here, and this was the verdict of
the audience if we may Judge from the
many and loud expressions of favor in
dulged in by them. Mr, Haverly and his
excellent company carry with them the
best wishes of those they entertained - and
amused last night aud they will be looked
for anxiously when nxt thoy conclude to
come this way.
About two hundred people made the
trip around the city aud toWickliffe on the
Throe Statei Sunday afternoon, and all
must have enjoyed it, for it was interesting
from begiuning to end. At this stage of
the water Cairo shows up splendidly from
a steamboat near tho middle of either of
the rivers. From the Mississippi side the
view Is the Quest; the city seems to stand
on a hill; oearly every house can bo seen
and the larger ones, The Halliday, the custom-house,
tho Dew Mobile and Ohio depot,
St. Joseph's church, tho olovntor, tho mills,
snd some of the fine residences these give
the view a touch of grandeur. In Missouri
the water still prevailed over and around
everything, No grouud was visible and
people wore rtlll living ou the roofs of sev
eral houses and on the pile driver, at Bird's
Point. Though the water had, fallen about
two feet (which was observable from the
marks loft on the trees by the passing ice
gorge) the only house above tho water was
that of Mr. Bird, which stood on a brick
foundation raised about four. feet over the
highest ground. All other bouses are
in water either above the second floor or, if
one story, nearly up to the evea. When
the water pies down farmers In Scott and
Mississippi counties will have a week's
work clearing their land of drift wood, re
setting fences, outhouses, etc. There is a
heavy gorge of drift wood in Mr. Bird's
backyard, held there by his fine orchard
which is doubtless seriously damaged. Mr.
bird's Iioubo now stands about thirty
feet from the river when in
banks its and as the wtter
slowly moves buck into its channel it will
cut the b ink away to such an extent that
Mr. Bird will be compelled to move his
house inward for tho fifth or sixth time, iu
order to save it from inundation. In the
Mississippi, a short distance below Bird's
Point, is a small island bearing willow trees
twenty feet high. At an ordinary stage of
water the island is visible; last Sunday only
about six inches of the tops of the trees
could be seen above the wster. At Wick
liffe the effects of the water wero beneflcia'
rather than injurious. The town presented
a very lively appearance for its size and
considering that it was Sunday, Evidences
of a healthy growth aud prosperity were
visible on every hand. Most of the houses
were new and there were about half a dozen
at different stages of development. The
hills are growing smaller under the con
stant use otthe pick and shovel by builders
oj railroads and wagon roads; the gulches
are being tilled up at different points; the
woods are growing thinner everything
looks less wild than it did six months ago,
and the settlement of a year sgo is n iw a
live little town with every evidence of biil
liant prelects. The boat Uy at this (cut
for about hall'au hour, during which ma-t
of the excursionists went ashore and touk
a g xd r-M-w iif the town.
or tub eiohth anniversary or the w. c.
AND L. A. Al' THE METHODIST CHI'RCH,
MARCH 6, l8fW, 8 O'CLOCK P. M.
1. Vocal Duet "Flow Oently Deva,"
Mies Mamie Corliss and Mr. Crowell.
2. Annual Address "The Social Fa
bric," Mr. II. H. Candee.
8. Poem -"The Vanished Year," Miss
Mary McKee; read by Miss Bettie Kors-
4. Duet "Come Love," Piusuti Mrs
W. P. Halliday and Miss Annie Pitcher.
5. H-;adii.g-"After The Battle," Miss
6. Annutl Poem, Mrs. B. Y. George.
7. Vocal S do "Answers," Blumenthal
Mrs. J. M. Lansden.
8. Taper "The Public Library, its spe
cial value and influence," Prof. E. 8. Clark.
Trio-"Te Sol to quest anima.
Attila" Mies Annie Pitche', Prof. E. 8.
Clark and Mr. F. Metcalf.
Mr. J. H. Metcalf, member of Parliament
from the city of Kingston, Ont., was form
erly sut'j ?ct to extreme somiess of the chest,
tor which he could find uo remedy but St.
Jacobs Oil, the Great German Remedy.
The following is a list of subscriber to
Halliday Brothers, $23.
Each of the following named trcn gave
$10: O. D. Williamson, J. W. Scott, Bar
clay Brothers, Stratton A Bird, H. and
P. Wharfboat Co., Charles Gayor, Chas.
Galigher A Son, Wood A Bunnett, C.
O. Ptticr A Co., W. B. Nowbogin, S. 8.
The Jaraos of those giving $3 each were:
John Hodges, Daniel Hartinan, Wm. M.
Murphy, A. Marx, N. B. This
tlewood, A. Comings, Thomas Wilson,
Goldstein A R)senwater. Sam'l J. Huoim,
B. F. Blake, J. HinkleA Sou., Thomas W.
Shields, F. Bross, Robert Smyth A Co.,
R. W. Miller, White A Greer, Wood Hilton
houpe A Bro., C. It. Woodward, Peter Neff,
J. AL. Burger, Geo. W. McKeaig, C. M.
Howe A Bro.
The following each gave $3.00: F. Kors
meyer, M. J. Howlcy, Jno. Gates, Otis
Botto, E. A. Buder, Win. Kluge.
Then follows a long list of two and oue
d 'llai subscribers.
.Making a total of $114.00; less previ tis
draft, $237.50; draft Monday to balance
ite.'t, or $no.3o.
rrfin mailed to J. M. Wil!sp..ii,'h,
in tyr of Shawneetown, Ills.
F r the Committee, Thos, Wiuon.
Pug doga as pets have had their day
among the extremely fashionable, but colds
never go out of fashion, so that it is always
necessary to know that Dr. Bull's Cough
nyrup is a sure euro ror an cougns and
DiKD-yesterday afternoon at the resi
di bee of her son, Patrick Clancy, neat the
corner of 14th and Ohio levee, after a ling
eiing illness, Mrs. Jane Clancy, thn.motlmr
of Patrick and John Clancy.
Sim w is a Udy of many fine qualities,
sUays ready to lond a helping hand to
those with whom she cann In contact; a
faithful mother; a holoved friend and ovsr
helpful neighbor. The funeral cortege will
leave tho house at one p, in , to-day, for St.
Patrick's church where servicoa will be held.
A special tr tin will leave foot of 14th stroet
at two o'clock for Villa Uidge. Friends
and acquaintances of tho family aro Invited
LADIES, ATTENTION !
You iiow have the opportunity to make new and
attractive, with bright colors, your faded ribbons
and other articles of apparel.
Every package of the
HANDY PAOKAGE DYES
IS WAR RAN TED capable of coloring more in
quantity and better iu quality than any other dyes
that have been offered. Trice: 15c. per package; 2
tor 2yc. Try them aud you will be delighted.
CALI, AND SEE SAMPLE COLOR CARD.
: 1 n
Cor. 8th St. & Wash. Ave. eL
STUART'S POPULAR and RELIABLE CASH DRY GOODS HOUSE
and Misses' School and Dress Shoes, ami Ladies' Shoes on
every last from "B" to " F".
You will find it to your interest to buy Shoes from
CAIRO AGAIN TRIUMPHANT.
After having reached a height on the
government yau'e of fifty-two feet, two inch
es, and tbreo and a half inches h'gher than
the highest water of last year, the waters
in the rivers have begun to rec du. Cairo
has nasi" safely passed the watery ordeal.
Uer levees have stood and are still stand
ing intact againat the greatest floods ever
known iu the country. While every river
town aud city in her neighborhood both
above on the Ohio and below her on the
Mississippi to, and including Flickman, has
been totally or partially submerged, suffer
ing incalculable duunges, Cairo has heeo
and still is unaffected by the waters, her
levees, streets, houses and improvements
uninjured, her business uninterrupted, her
industrial pursuits moving on in 'tho even
tenor of their way, and her inhabitants,
although a little anxious from the appalling
disasters about her, satisfied with the situa
tion, and confident that hereafter they can
'laugh the floods to scorn."
They wero eeatcdon the aofa-that Is,
ho was tiilting on the sofa and )w had
a kneosy position on his lap. They
weren't talking, for he had seemed sari
during the three hours und fifty min
utes they bad been sitting there. A
sigh, sounding iih if it had been drawn
out with a cork screw und broke off with
a sledgo hammer, broke the awful still
ness. Sh" clasped her sixtecn-button-kid-glove
nrnis around his lifteen-anda-hnlf
neck and planted a crop of kisses
on his downy lip.
"Why does my darling sigh?V she
Whntdoyesny? Evangeline, haven't
I always treated you as a gentleman
She nodded ullirmatively.
"Haven't I always done my best to act
the true lover?"
Nod number two.
"And haven't I hugged and kissed
you for hmii at a stretch, until my arms
nehed as if with ringbone und ni'v neck
wan bent like tin ox yoke?" '
The third time she nodded.
"Well, knowing this to be tho case,
why do you mistreat mo ns you have to
night, as you did last Sunday night,
and every other night for six iuonths?
Why am I Ihus tortured by you?
Would you have mo think you false?
( hire more she (rriniuul liim eitli a
convulsive motion and exclaimed iuroll-ii-niill
"Oh, Charles Augustus Suprcrun Lex
F.fite, what have I done to make you
think me false? I low, iu tho name of
tho seven wonders and the mammoth
cave have I mist rented you, my lovo,
'Well, if you aro not false, prove it,"
"(live me the test," she replied with
"Heasn nit on tho sofa, then, or
change knees. 1 have been nearly dead
for the past two hours1 ' '
An hour afterward he left.
"Tired, indeed," she naid to herself;
"I only weigh one hundred and forty,
and Mary Jenkins weighs one hundred
and eighty, and Frank Fisher can hold
her on his knee for a day tit a time and
not get tired."- Knob tfotkr Ocm.
The colored population in tho South
lias Increased about '.M.im.hj la twenty
Our "KENSINGTON POLISH
continue as popular as ever;
our Stock of Spring Shoes '
is now nearly complete, a large
invoice having been received Sat
urday, and consists of Children's J
I Notice In Itiii column tbre Uoei or Icti Anmi
onlnirtlon or $1 01 prtwnek.
6TTATkninki.t Uaiti Mm !:'. mkcuI
Wtrrantjr and Warranty IKeda at tL llulleda
Job ottct TS Ohio l,e
'iNTKD-SUck barrel cooperi; tleadj ork
' fur envl men
CHICKASAW COOPSKAOB CO..
firtl.ll IllTU Ul.U 111! V I In .h..,
" balow Slh, thr- lntas, and H, block IV lby
SOeah, making 7S feH on Knliroad atm-t and l
fMt diwD. For partlculara api y at Itaileila n flc
HOt'S 8 KOR RkNT On nr1n aide of 4th
.treat, near Waahiiiirtnn ati'aiie. TS fwt lonif.
part two atorv. tUIi 7" 1 ClKttTO ; a'xiUt thrhlZO-
tat natnral Kroond Cairo. App.r to H. llurko,
cjrner ttu aireei ana aauingioa avenue
tit. K. a KITH.
Grand Central Store.
T-kTi? ry i rVc
CAIRO. - - ILL.
N. U. Thistlewood & Dro.,
Commission Merchants, j
GRAIN SACKS and TWINEi
NO. 80 OHIO LEVEE,
clal Avenue, (
Cairo, Illinois. 1
DRY GOODS and KOTIOXSJ
l fall line of Ml the luteal, newest' colon
and quality, and beat ffiamifitcture.
Body Tlriisni'lii, Tapeitrlea, Iiigraitu, Oil
ClolbK, ., Ac.
Clothing -and Gents' Furnishing
Thin Department otcupleit a full Hot and
la complete In all rcipucta. (jooiia arn
Siurantevd ol laluat atyle and lel mv.
Bottom Prices aud First-chwH (iuods
Notice to Oontrnotorn.
ClTT Cl.KHK'a OF NCI,
Caiho, 111., rnnry lti.
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diluted til thtfltr Council of the City i.l c U III
mull ii eutlntf of the City Coimcll Tui-kIm) evening 31
1 re h 'lib. 1H83, ror niriiiiiing me niaiuniii ani
doing the work, or doing the work noretmary fo
tDf COnairUOt lliu Ul ill. it'll, iwiuk Biucnniap, iu u
eonttructed or wooa.vir: nn i no oinm riy aid
of lubtb atreot between Itattroad Htrcet and Olil
Levee, being Hi feet In length, an provided b
Ordinandi No. 18, kpproved August lllh, ,I)
iihs, wnicn lenn rue iu ima omen nnu subject t
(lamination t itnv time. '
A good and ufUulent boud for twice the amoutil
muai accompany an propneiunne, mo right t
reject an and ail blda reaerved bv the cltv
n. 1 City Clerk.