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THE DAILY CAIRO. BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 18, 1S3.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
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utriUiAb rAFKHUV CITY AND OOCHTT
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice lutnu column, eiat etnu per line for
Brrl and Ota eenta per line aacn suDseqiwni iu
tinn. For one wouk. 80 cent! per line. For one
month, (to cent per lino.
Best stock of staple nd family groceries
io the city st lower prices than elsewhere.
II. & E. Standard Sugar of all grades, best
lino of Goffdo and Teas in Caiio, best
brands of Flour in tlie Creole Purity and
P. &. W. brands.
Send your orders to us and get your
Roods low. Ot. 0. 0. Patieb fc Co.
Skb a woman in another column near
Speer's Vineyards, picking grapes from
which Sper's Port Grape wine is made,
that is so highly esteemed by the medical
profession, for the use of invalids, weakly
persons and the aijed. Sold by druggists.
Tdk Rev. Qoo. II. Thayer, of Bourbon,
led., says : "Both myself and wife owe our
lives to SLiloh's Consumption Cure. (9)
(lalranized Scales for Creameries, Dia
ries. Butter Dealers, and Grocers. Send
forcircular. Ilowe Scales Co- St. Louis
Millions Given Away.
Millions of bottles of Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds, have been given away as trial bottles
of the large size. This enormous outlay
would be disastrous to the proprietors, were
it not for the rare merits possessed by the
wonderful medicine. Call at Harry W.
Scbuh's Drug Store and get a trial bottle
tree, and try for yourself. It never fails to
Mrs. Melissa Damoni, 165 W. Indiana
ave., Chicago, 111., says: "Brown's Iron
Bitters has proved itself to be the best
tonic I ever used."
For loss of appetite, nsuesea of stomach,
nd indigestion, "Lindsey n Blood Search
er" has no equal. Sold by druggists.
Ely's Cream Balm has completely cured
me of Catarrh, of which I have been afflic
ted over ten years, after trying almost every
remedy recommended, none baying proved
so effective and thorough. S. J. Aiken,
Wholesale Dealer in Boots and Shoes, 143
Federal St., Boston, Mass.
A Car a,
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 core you, fukb
or charge. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
Bend a sclt-addressed envelope to the Kev.
Joseph T. Insus, Station D., New iork
Ark you made miserable by Indigestion,
UonstipAtion, Dizziness, Loss of Appetite,
Yellow Skiof Shiloh's Vitalizer is a pom
tve cure. (10)
New Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Tenth street. All
manner of blacksmitbing and wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work done promptly. tf
Having purchased the bakery of J.
Anthony, on Washington avenue between
8th and 10th streets, I prepared to ofTer to
the public at all times fresh bread, cakes,
&c. of the best quality at the lowest prices
to be found in the city. Call and see me.
1212-tf Jacob Latskb,
Cottage For Sale.
I ofTor my cottage next to the
corner ot 21st and Poplar streets,
East tide, at a bargain. Ap
ply on premises or of-aie at New Tork
Store. M. S. LKKTcovrrcH.
Engines and Haw Mill for Sale.
Two engines and one saw mill complete
to sell, or exchange for lumber by Cuhl
Twofurnikhed rooms for rent,
to Mn. 8. Williamson.
at New York Store Early Garden Pease of
all kinds; Seed Corn; Beans; best stock of
garden seeds in the city, in Bulk or Pack
ages; Ouion setts of all kinds.
Michigan and New York Karly Rose
Seed Potatoes; 1 car ot choice Peach Blow
potatoes just received; full line of fluid
certs of all kiud. Plows and Plow Uar-.
ness, Field Hoes, G;irden Spades and Hikes.
Dog Tax Due, Notices
All persons owing dna-taxet or other tax
es or licenao will save annoyances and costs
by calling at the city marshal office at oico
and paying eirae. Louis II. Mtrrh,
Cairo, III., March 12, 1883.
Ice, JiVood and Kindling;.
Northern Like Ice 50c. per 100 lbs.;
good, dry wood, sawed, 14 per cord, and
kindling l per load, at Jacob Klto'i,
Leave orders at City Browery. tf
New Gooda, Cheap Goods, Good Goodi!
On hand and for sale cheap as any living
man can buy Apples; Early Rose ; Ohio and
Suow-Fla-ko potatoes; Silver Soap, a set of
Silver Tea Spoons in each box ; Choose ; But
ter; Eggs; Canned Goods; Tomatoes; Corn;
Peaches; Strawberries; Syrup; Salmon;
Mackerel! Pot Luck and many other goods
too numerous to mention at my store on
I'loase give me a call. Respectfully,
tf 0. M. Aldkn.
Notice to bhippers.
The damage to track on the Texas and
St. Louis Ry. Co., caused by the recent
high water having boon repaired the
line between Cairo and New Madrid, Mo.,
and Jonosboro, Ark., it re-opened for busi
ness, A. E. BuciiAHAjt, Supt.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices in thete coinmni, ten cents per line,
sar.h Insartlnn unit whather merited or not, if Calcu
Utod to toward anr man's business lntereet are
always paid for.
The Eighth street improvement is pro
gressing rapidly and satisfactorily.
Cooking Oil at G. D. Williamson's
For Sale At the Bulletin
In the Episcopal church Rector Davcn
port will conduct the usual services to-day.
Tree trimming aud house cleaning
time is upon us now. as may be seen from
almost any street corner.
There is a temporary lull in real estate
transfers in this county. Nobody wants to
sell property, which is a good symptom
-School children will find The Bclle
tin scratch-books Nos. 2 and 8 tor sale at
Phil Saup's candy store. tf
-There will be services as usual in the
Methodist church to day. Rov. B. Y
George will preach in the morning; Rev.
Scarritt at night.
The Rev. A.W. McGaha, of Louisville,
Ky., will hold services at the Baptist
church this morning and to-night at the
usual hours. Sunday-school at 0:30 a. m
The entrance to Tub Bulletin news
and job rooms is from Ohio levee No. 78,
and is open day ard night. tf
A rising thermometer, low barometer
and brisk winds were indicated for this
weather district by yesterday evening's re
In some of the low places the sipe
water falls very rapidly and is nearly all
gone, while in others the fall has been but
a few inches.
Andrew Lohr's Genuine Aromatic Bel
fast Ginger Ale, a pare pleasant and
wholesome temperance beverage, is now
on sale at the leading saloons. tf
The Illinois house having passed the
bill establishing the whipping post for
wife-beaters, it would seem to be now in or
der to do something of a similar nature for
Messrs. Smith & Brinkmeyer, merchant
tailors, havereceived their spring stock, com
prising all the latest novelties in their line,
and will sell at the lowest figures and guar
The verdict of the jury iu the case of
the death of Joshua Smith Friday night,
was accidental death. No blame could be
attached to any of the employes of the
County Clerk Humm will probably
have the county court room repaired dur
ing this week. The room needs it very
much. It baa now the appearance some
what of a dilapidated chicken coop.
County court will convene in law term
again to-morrow morning. During last
week nothing was done because none of the
parties to the cases pending appeared. No
jury cases can be tried, as ttie county
court fund is too low.
Jno. Rouke, Wm. Jones, James Folden,
Jno. Davis and Michael II arson all observed
St. Patrick's Day yesterday in a manner
probably most congenial to their tastes, but
contrary to law, and they were each fined
one dollar and costs by Magistrate Com
Hon. R. W. McCartney, representative
in the legislature from the Metropolis dis
trict, was at The Ilalliday yesterday, on bis
way home to spend Sunday. He believes
that Mr. Linegar's levee bill will pass the
senate without much trouble.
Frank Carle has opened a boarding
stable in the Perry Power's barn on Com
mercial avenue. Frank has been brought
up to the care ol horses, knowB all about
them, and owners may be assured their
animals will be well cared tor and tt rea
sonable prices. Call on him.
N. W. Ayer & Son's American news
paper annual contains full statistics of al)
newspapers in the United states and Cana
da, also populations from the census ot
1880. Sent postpaid on receipt of price,
three dollars. Address N. W. Ayer & Son.
Advertising Agents, Times Building, Phila
delphia. Mr. Victor F. Lawson, publisher ot
the Chicago News, has sent out to nearly
every paper in the country a large photo,
of a newt boy just as he appears, one out of
1,500 to 1,800 in Chicago streets, selling
the News to an average of ninety thousand
readers per day. The picture is ornamen
tal and strikingly natural. Tue Bulletin
acknowledges the receipt of one.
City Clerk Foley yestorday notified
Col. Charles Hamilton, of the St. Louis and
Cairo road, of the action of the city coun
cil upon bis last proposition, and also that
the council joint committee was still wait
Ing for a reply to its proposition of a year
ago and ready to confer with him further
upon the matter at issuo whenever he should
find it convenient to do io.
All is now quiet among tho colored
followers of Bishop Rix. During the last
few days of the wock the attendance at the
colored school was a littlo better than it
had been, about forty scholars being pres
cut Thursday. If the design to carry the
matter loto the court is still ontortained
soriously, it is kopt very quiet. It is un
dorstood by some that strenuous efforts
have been tnado to raise the monoy necos
sary to prosecuto the case, five hundred
dollars, and Bishop Rix't visit to "his peo
ple" in Pulaski county tovoral days ago is
understood to have been for tho purpose of
extorting a per capita assossment from
thorn. Sovoral hundred dollars are 6ald to
have already been raised. This is all
rumor though. Those who ought to know
are mum on the subject.
This morning The Bulletin gives its
readers a chapter from an able article in the
March number of the North American Re
view, written by Judge Robert S. Taylor,
a member of the Mississippi river commis
sion. As it would be impossible to con
dense the article without seriously impair
ing it we have concluded to publish the
whole in chapters and we feol sure that the
readers of The Bulletin will read it all
with interest and give it such thought as
the great importance of the subject de
-Yesterday afternoon an incipient fire
that might have culminated in a disastrous
conflagation started from a defective flue
in the grocery store of E. B. Pettit. The
alarm was not given as the cool-headed
proprietor promptly applied the remedy a
few buckets of water, where it would do
the most good and the fire was extinguish
ed.Jdoing but little damage except to epoi
the looks of a newly painted ceiling. Mr.
Pettit has just completed the repairs on his
place at an expense of five hundred dollars
and does not relish the idea of a fire.
Among the weather phenomena of the
past winter was freezing cold at Mentone,
a winter watering place in the south of
France, where snow and ice bad never been
known before. The temperature remained
below freezing point for several days and
nights; snow fell heavily and the orango
trees were laden a'ith icicles. The houses
were not built to keep out the cold, and
there wis no fuel to heat them ana no
stoves or fireplaces. The healthy people
got the chills and the invalids who had
gone to Mentone for cure were terribly
Du Quoin Press: "The Ilalliday com
pany are just about completing 12 new coke
ovens at St. Johns. Tbey have found this
disposition of the slack so convenient and
profitable after over a year's experience
that they are constructing enough ovens to
use all the slack and perhaps most of the
Pea coal. The ovens are built in the niOit
scientific and substantial manner, and after
plans now in most successful operation.
A machine which is a great novelty in its
principle features is being built and will
be used in connection with the ovens. Its
purpose is to draw the coke extinguish the
incou escent mass and load it upon the
cars at one operation occupying only a few
minutes. The construction is being pushed
very rapidly to completion and will be in
working order in a tew days."
Bloomington Bulletin: "Mrs
rine McLean, a good-looking lady, some
time ago, sued the Blooinington Printing
and Publishing company, in an action of
libel, for $5,000; and, not satisfied with
this action, also sued Mr. Oberly for 10,-
000. In the suit against the company,
Mrs. McLean was overwhelmed. The
company justified the publication it had
made about Mrs. McLean, aud proved it to
be true. The suit against Mr. Oberly was
set for yesterday, but it did not come to
trial. It was dismissed at Mrs. McLean's
cost. We regret that under the circum
stances we were compelled to refuse Mrs.
McLean the little sum of money she de
sired us to pay, but times are hard, and we
are compelled to economize. We beg her
pardon for our apparent stinginess."
Yesterday morning Mr R. M. Kinsey,
a young man of Vienna, Johnson county,
arrived io the city. Mr. Kinsey is a son-in.
law of the late Joshua Miller, killed on the
Wabash tracks Friday night, and he came
down for the purpose of preparing the re
mains of the old man for burial at Vienna.
The remains lay in the Arab engine-house
during Friday night; yesterday morning
they were dreBBed and placed in a neat
coffin, and were taken to Vienna on tbe
evening train. Mr. Kinsey says tho old
man went to Sbawnectown, Mo., yesterday
week ago, for the purpose of selling out
his share in a small woolen manufacturing
establishment there, and that he was on his
way back home, on a farm near Vienna,
where he has lived for some time. A wife
and three daughters survive him, the latter
all grown and married.
Mr. Joseph Stcagala sent out two men
yestorday, decorated with broad-brimmed
straw hats, green ribbons and placards ad
vertising a St. Patrick's Day free lunch at
his saloon. The men made the rounds ot
the city quietly, distributing hand-bills as
they went, but they were the observed of
many and were followed by a crowd of
tnUehiovous boys. They were looked upon
with frowns by some of our Irish fellow
citizens, who mis-interprcted their perpoae,
thinking that they were burlesqueing St.
Patrick's Day. But all went smoothly un
til tho two men reached the Illinois Central
passcngor depot about noon, where they
were watched by several men and others
employed about the depot yard, who were
greatly diseased at what they looked upon
as a sacrilege, and they gathered around
the men, tore the placards from their backs,
gave them a good shaking up, flnd told
them to go home and sin no more. When
It A I
me excitement naa somewhat subsided,
an explanation was madu and listened to,
the men were permitted to resume the
fragments of thoir advertising placards
and wont on thoir ways rejoicing.
"Don't monkey' with tun buzs-n was
the advice to a prying visitor; don't fool
with rheumatism, but cure it with St. Ja
cobs Oil, is ours, and we know, too.
'HIE SUBJUGATION OF THE MIS
BY HOB Ell T S. TATLOit.
The Mississippi River Commission was
created by Act of Congress, approved June
28th, 1879, It consists of seven members
appointed by the President, ef whom three
are required to bo from the Engineer Corps
of the army, one from the coast of Geodetic
Survey, and three from civil life, of whom
two shall be civil engineers. Itisprovid-
en in tue act mat me commission snail
Take into consideration and mature such
plan or plans and estimates as will correct,
permanently locate, and deepen the channel
and protect the banks of the Mississippi
River; improve and give safety and easo to
the navigation thereof, prevent destructive
floods, and promote and facilitate com-
merce, trade, and the postal service.
The commission was duly organized,
and, after consideration of the subject, re
ported a plan of improvement, which has
been adopted1 by Congress, and for the exe
cution of which an appropriation of $1,000,-
000 was made by Act of March 3, 1881, and
another of $4,123,000 by Act of August 2,
1882, all to be expended below Cairo. Un
der these appropriations the work is now in
progress, its execution being in the hands
of officers of the Engineer Corps detailed
for that purpose by the Chief of engineers
Its completion, according to ttie plans pro
posed, will require a number of years, and
further large appropriations. There is,
therefore, added to tbe interest which be
lougs to the subject as a great engineering
problem, that which attaches to every ob
ject of public expenditure.
It is the purpose of this article to set
forth briefly the general plan proposed by
the commission, and the reason upon which
it rests. In order to have a clear apprehension
of the questions involved, a short descrip
tion of the river in itB unimproved condi
tion will be useful.
At the city of Cairo, upon tbe southern
extremety of the State of Illinois, are gath
ered together the waters of five great
rivers, viz.: the Missouri, tbe Upper Mis
sissippi, the Ohio, the Cumberland, and
the Tennessee. Between that point and
the Gulf of Mexico lies the Mississippi
river proper, 1,097 miles in length as it
fiows. Its course is through an alluvial
plain, six hundred miles long and from
twenty-five to eighty miles wide. In this
basin is embraced an area of 41,000 square
miles, of which 32,000 square miles are
liable to overflow. Borings made at eighty
three places between Cairo and Vicksburg
show one hundred and thirty-one feet
mean depth of alluvial soil. From Cairo
to the mouth of the Red, the width ot tbe
river between banks varies from 1,900 to
13,800 feet, tbe mean being 4,400 feet. Be
low the Red the width rarely exceeds 8,500
feet, the mean being 3,350. Between C&iro
and Memphis its least depth at low water
is five feet; between Memphis and Red
river and New Orleans, fifteen feet. The
variation in its discbarge is enormous,
passing from 100,000 cubic feet per second
at low water to 1,600,000 at the highest
flood. The range between high and low
water mark at Cairo is fifty-two feet; at
Memphis, thirty-five feet; at Vicksburg,
fifty -two feet; and at New Orleans, fourteen
feet. In its greatest floods its water sur
face s'retches from bill to bill, across the
entire valley; at extreme low water, it
flows between banks from thirty to forty
feet high. The depth, of its inundation
bears no comparison with its area, being,
on an average, less than three feet over the
arable lands. In the swamps it is much
more. Its flood elevation at Cairo is three
Lundred and twenty-two feet above tbe sea.
Its fall from Cairo to Memphis is about
Bix inches to the mile. Thence to the
gulf its fall steadily diminishes, being
about one and a half inches per mile at
New Orleans. It is one of tbe muddifRt
rivers in the world. The greater portion
of the sediment received by it at Cairo
comes from the Missouri, but this supply
is constantly reinforced by the caving of its
own banks, which are washed into the
river at an estimated rate of 5,000 acres
A Minister, in Lowell, Mass., bass been
obliged to give up preaching on account of
trouble in his throat. If this reverend gen
tleman had taken Dr. Bull's Cough Sprup,
he would have Btill been a useful member
of bis profession.
Col. S. S. Taylor has sent a large num
ber of circulars to all parts of the country,
setting forth the following important factB,
among others, as to the efToct of the
lae flood upon Cairo: "Cairo has agiii:i
aidVy passed the watery ordeal. Her levees
liuve stood and are still standing -intact
against tho greatest floods ever known in
the country. While every river town and
city in her neighborhood both above on tho
Ohio and below her on tho Mississippi, to
and including Hickman, has been totally
or partially submerged, Buffeting incalcula
ble damages. Cairo has been and still is
unaffected by the waters, hor levees, streets,
houses and improvements uninjured, her
Industrial pursuits moving on in the even
tenor of their WHy, and hor inhabitants,
although a littlo anxious from the appal
ling disasters about hor, satisfied with the
situation, and confident that heroafter they
can lauuh tho flood to scorn." The Evans-
villo Tribune caught sight of one of these
circulars and from its comments thereon
one is compelled to conclude that ite editor
is a very narrow minded individual, whose
prejudice in favor of his own narrow muni
cipal surroundings rondors it impossible
for him tc see anything but defects in other
cities, and who, to bolster up this prejudice,
chatters like a parrott all the stale non
sense of the dead past, which has long since
ceased to cause anything but amusement for
men who are up with the times in knowl-
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REPORT OF THE CONDITION
CITY NATIONAL BANK
at Cairo, lu the State ol Illinois, at tbe clou or
March 13th, 1883,
Loana and dlaconuu
Ore rd raft
$ S7,im V
U. 8. bond to iccura circula
U. 8. boudu on band
Other ttocki, bouda and oiort
KK Due from approved reserve
acenta 1131.779 01
Due from other National banks 13. UH M
Due from biaio bank and
bankera 95,885 ll-im.Mt BFi
Real estate 95,400 87
Current expenses and taxes
paid.... - 8.157 05
Checks and other cash itemi. .$ 3.1)6 59
Rills of other Hanks lx,.V!l (O
N Ir.kels and pe notes 4S)0 00
Gold $42,578 l
stiver 7,ytii so i,aw )
Legal Tender notes 15.OU0 0U 87,1.86 0
Itedemptlon fund with I'. 8.
Treasurer, (5 per cent, of cir
culation) 9.950 U0
Due from V. 8. Treasurer,
other than 5 per cent, re-
Capital itock paid in . WO.onn 00
Surplus Fund M.utf) 00 93n,0Co00
Undivided Profit 19,81 80
National bank notes outstand
ing 45.000 00
Individual depoells subject to
check $1W.04S 89
Demand certificates of dcpoxlt, 15. MH 48
Due toother National banks, 8,5'j8 75
Da to state banks and
banken o,13 59 471.S5 09
ToTiL 1 75o.6h3 41
State of Illinois, conntr of Alexander, ss.
I.Thoa. W. Ilalliday, Cashier of the abova named
bank, do solemnly swear that tbe above statement
Is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
Tho. v. iialudat, cashier.
Hubicrihed and sworn to before me this lStb day
of Marco, 1W, M.J. Hownr, Notary public.
K. H. CCTKKrNOlIA,
O. D. Williamson, Directors.
edge and in thought. His comments give
no evidence that he has any knowledge of
Cairo except as it wag described about fifty
years ago, by a man who didn't know any
thing about it; hence his reference to "Mar
tin Cbuzzlewitt" is not surprising. Ilia
questions are such as not even a country
lad of ten might have asked without arous
ing the contempt of his fellows. We im
agine that the only important circumstance
in tho history of Chicago, remembered
by tbe Tribune man, is that once upon a
time the whole swampy, disuase-breeding
site upon which the great metropolis now
stands was offered to a man for a pail of
old boots and refused by him because he
didn't have the boots. Tbe Tribune man
ir a silly fool or a Rip Van Winklish old
fossil, and in either case has do busincs in
this progressive world.
Dihd At her residence on Seventh street,
Saturday at 4:30, Mrs. Annie Shafter, aed
Funeral service will be held at St. Pat
rick's church, at 1 :30 o'clock p. m., to-day,
and special train will leave foot of Fighth
at 2 o'clock for Villa Hidu-e. Friends are
"O, she was such a proud Ladye!
Suitors came to her, one, two, three,
Sighing, and praying on bended knee,
Seeking the love of the proud Ltdyo."
These words begin tho song ot "Tho
Proud Laydo," (35 cts.) who condescends
to be ono of a very munical company of
songs and pieces. The others are, "Forget,
forgive," (30 cts.) a Bong by Wullings,
'Meet mo at the Gate, Lovo," (30 cts.) by
Major, "Sandy is my Lid," (30 cts.) by
Annie Moore, (if there are annio moore
such sweet ballads in her mind sho could
publish them,) "True Heart," (35 cts.) by
a son of W. Vincent Wallace, "The Engi
neer," (50 cts.) grand song by Burton, a
Transcription from Parsifal, and the
'March to Calvary," (35 cts.) from Gounod's
new and solemn Ovatorio, The Redemp
tion. These pieces aro all sent us by Oliver
Ditson & Co., Boston. They can do as
well as this any week in the year.
Theroadersof this paper are cordially
invited to attend my spring opening which
comes off on Thursday, Friday and Satur
day; March 23d, 23d and 24th. I "ball
take groat pleasure in showing you the
finest stock of goods ever exhibited in the
city, 4t Mns. S. WiixuMflOS. ;
COLORS AND PRICES.
Y it I. LOW,
DARK BLUK, 1
lbs color of the Paint
a in lb out I do of each
ran, enabling tbe purchaser to lolect lue exact
Notices In this column lure lluea or less Stents
one Insertion or p r week.
VOH 8ALK. -Blanks. Cbatt t! Moiaages, special
7 W,mn'fn.!Mi',rra"lJ' Ueoilaat tu Bulletin
Joh office 78 Ohio Leveo
iW'P LWTS KoK 8 ALE .On Kailroad street
" below th, three lots, 9 and In, block 15. ittby
90 each, making's feet on Railroad street and 20
feet dep. Kor particulars apply at Bulletin office.
UOK 8AI.E Dwelling bou-e. small store bouse
nd two lota, oorner lith and l.nrijt: blithest
ground in Cairo. 8-uaw H M .H AKKK LL.
I will sell at public salt at , be late residence ol
David B. Thlstlewood 1'4 miles vn.ti of Pulaski.
Saturday, March 21-, 1883,
commencing at lo o'clock in the loreno'.n.
Perioual proper! 7 as follows:
HORSES, CATTLE, HOGS, UAOON9.
BUGGY, HAKNES8, FARMING IMPLEMENTS,
Household and Kitchen Kurnliure and articles too
numerous to nentlon
Terms made knowu on day of sale.
'JAS. B. aMITH. kUB BUT A. SMITH.
Grand Central Store.
CAIRO. - - ILL.
N. Ii. Thlstlewood & Biu,
GRAIN SACKS and TWINE.
NO. 80 OHIO LEVEE,
Cairo, - - - Illinois.
Nelson County Whisky,
137 OHIO LKVEI3. f
13S and 1M Commor
j Cairo, Illinois. ;
DRY GOODS and NOTIONS, l
a full line of all tho latest, nuwost, colon
and quality, and bust niiinufuctaro.
OAHPKT DKPAHTMISN r. i
Bodv Brusael, Tapestries, Iunraiiis, Oil 1
Cloths, &.' c. I
ing and Gents' Furnishing
This Department occupies a full flour and 1
la comDloto la all rc peels. Uoods aro '
(tuarautued ol latnst sivla and uost ma
larial. Bottom Prices and First-clasS Goodn!
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLDVERY CLOSE
O. O. PATlEli &, CO.,
0or, Nineteenth itraet 1
Commarclal Avanna 1