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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 22, 1P68.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
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OND CLAM RATES.
;,.,,AL FAPKKUF CITY AHUCUPMTT
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
flotirei In tnta column, etgnt cenu per line for
Brat and nva eetua pu i m """ri -Hon.
Kor one rwt, 80 cenu porllne. For one
month, 60 cent per line.
Best stock or staple and family groceries
In the city at lower prices than elsewhere.
H. & E. 8tn(hrd Sugar of all grades, best
lino of Coffee and Teas in Caiio, best
Wands of Flour in the Creole Purity and
P. &. W. brands.
Bend your orders to us and got your
Koods low. Gt. C. 0. Patiek & Co.
"IIackmktack," a lasting and frattrant
perfume. Price 25 and 50 cents. 13
See a woman in another column near
Speer's Vineyards, picking grapes from
which Spwer's Port Grape wine is made,
that is so highly esteemed by the medical
profession, for the use of invalids, weakly
persons and the aged. Sold by druggists.
The best and cheapest car starter is
sold bv Borden, Pelleck & Co., St. Louis,
Mo. With it one man can moves loaded
R. S.Gordon, Mt. Carmel, III., says: "I
have never heard a customer say that
Brown's Iron Bitters does not do all claim
ed for it." '
"I gave the child a dose of 'Dr. Sellers'
Cough Syrup,' and it was all right in an
hour." swld by druggist at 25 cents per
bottle. ... .
UucKien'8 Arnica Salve
The Best Salve In the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped llands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
23 cents per box. For sale by Geo. E
Faumeiu and others desiring a genteel,
lucrative agency business, by which $5 to
t'JO a day can be earned, send address at
once, on postal, to 11. C. Wilkinson & Co.,
195 and 107 Fulton street, New York.
Worthy of Praise.
As a rule we do not recommend Putent
Medicines, but when we know of one that
really is a public benefactor, and does
positively cure, then we consider it our
duty to impart that information to all.
Electric Bitters are truly a most valuable
medicine, and will surely cure Biliousness,
Fever and Ague, Stomach, Liver and Kid
ney Complaints, even when all other rem
edies fail. Wo know whereof we speak,
and can freely recommend them to all.
Exch. Sold at fifty cents a bottle by Harry
W. Schuh. (.0)
To all who aro suturing from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will cere you, fukk
of charge. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
Send a sell-addressed envelope to the Rev.
Joseph T. Inman, Station D., New York
SiiiLon'a Cure will immediately reliove
Croup, Whooping Cough and Bronchitis.
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
douo to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work done promptly. tf
Having purchased the bakery of J.
Anthony, on Washington avenue between
9th ami 10th streets, I prepared to offer to
the public at all times fresh bread, cakes,
&c. of the best quality at tha lowest prices
to bn found in tho city. Call and see me.
12-12-tf Jacob Lat.nek,
Engines and Saw Mill for Sale.
Two engines and ono saw mill complete
tosell, or exchange for lumber by Cuhl
Bros., I))ngola, Ills.
Two furnished rooms for rent,
to Mrs. S, Williamson.
at New York Store Early Garden Pease of
all kinds; Seed Corn; BeBns;best stock of
garden seeds in the city, in Bulk or Pack
ages; Onion setts of all kinds.
Michigan and New York Early Rose
Seed Potatoes; 1 car of choice Peach Blow
potatoes just received; full linn of field
eeds of all kinds. Plows and Plow Har
ness, Field Hoes, Garden Spades and Rskes.
Dog Tx Due, Notice!
All persons owina dog-taxes or other tax
es or hcenae will save annoyances and costs
by calling at tho city marshal office at once
and paying lime. Louis H. Mykhu,
Cairo, III., March 12, 1883.
Ice, Wood ami Klmlliiiir.
Northern Lake Ice fiOc. per 100 lbs.
good, dty wort, sawed, tl per cord, and
kindling $1 per load, at Jacob Klco's
Leave orders at City Brewery. tf
Notice to Shippers.
The damage to track on tho Texas and
ht, Jiuis By. Co., caused by tliu nccnt
high water having been repnirixl the
line between Cairo and New Madrid, Mo
and JoDesboro, Ark., is re-opened for buhl
bbis. A. E. Buchaxan, Hupt.
Hew Goods, Cheap Goods, Wool Good
On band and for tale cheap as any living
man can buy Annies: Early Rose; Ohio and
Know-Flake potatoes; Silver Soap, a set of
Silver Tea Spoons In each box Cheese; But
tor: Eggs; Canned Gooil; Tomatoes; Corn
reaches; Strawberries; Syrup; Salmon;
Mackerell Pot Luck and many other goods
too numerous to mention at my storo on
PloaM give me a call. Respectfully,
U 0 M. Axom.
W. C. T. U. Supper.
The ladies of the W. C.T. U. will give
one of their excellent suppers in thoir hall
over Bristol's store, on Friday night, Marcn
23rd. Everybody invited. Do not torgot
this, as the supper is only 25cts., and wil
be ready promptly at six o'clock. 2c
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Notices In these eoinmns, ten cents par line,
itch Inimrtton and whether marked ornoi, u caicu
lHted to Toward anv nan's buslnose Interest are
always paid for.
Cooking Oil at G. I). Willhamson's
The work on Eighth street was re
sumed yesterday. "Tho surface is being
prepared to rocoive the gravel.
Fou Sale At the Bulletin office,
12-foot tablefor $3.50.
Mr. A. Werner has returned from his
eastern trip- havinc bousibt a big stock of
goods for his ''Chicago Clothing House,"
on Eighth street.
Railroad men apprehend no freight
blockade in East St. Louis this spring, as
the yard facilities have been improved and
enlarged at that point.
-Attend Mrs. S. Williamson's grand
opening to-day. It
-Mr. George W. Parker, general mana
ger of the Cairo Short Line, after an absence
of several weeks in Mobile and New Or
leans will return to his post of duty to-day
Reports from different parts in south
ern Illinois are to the effect that wheat gen
erally needs rain and it is probable that the
snow of yesterd ly will, iu a measure, meet
The entrance to Tub Bulletin news
and job room9 is from Ohio levee No. 73,
and is open day ard night. tf
-II. C. Bouton writes from Anna under
date of the 19th, that "the change of 35
degrees in the temperature since last night
dots not injure fruit prospects. The largest
crop for years is expected'"
Mr. C. W. Henderson has purchased
the residence of Mr. Barnet S. Crane, on
Washington avenue, just above Twelfth
street, and will occupy it soon at his per
Andrew Lohr's Genuine Aromatio Bel
fast Ginger Ale, a pare pleasant and
wholesome- temperance beverage, is now
on salo at the leading saloons. tf
Mr. Henry Cuhl, of Hot Syrings, has
been in the city for several days. He carries
a fancy cane mido by himself, which took
the bluo ribbon at a state fair lately held
To-morrow night the ladies of the
Woman's Christian Temperance Union will
give a supper at Reform ball on Eighth
sircet, which all are invited to partake.
See notice in special locals.
Mrs. S. Williamson's grand opening
begins to-day. Don't tail to attend. It
Captain Bradley has recovered his
shoes and the relief committee has decided
now to turn the fund collected to purchase
him a new pair, over to some charitable
In 1813 we bad just such a March as
this one has been, only the snow was just a
leettle bit whiter than that of yesterday, if
we may judge from a poetical effusion of
School children will find The Bclle-
tin scratch-books Nob. 2 and 3 for sale at
nil Saup's candy store. tf
Messrs. Smith & Brinkmeyer, merchant
tailors, havereceivedtbeirspringstock, com
prising all the latest novelties in their line,
and will sell at the lowest figures and guar
Attendance at the colored school this
week was a little better than the week be
fore. About one hundred children in all
were in attendance, on an average, every
day this week so far.
Call at Mrs. S.Williamson's, on Sev
enth street, to-day, and attend her grand
A large number of new box-cars are
being built for the Cairo Short Line. Dur
ing the past few weeks several extra trains
have been running on the road daily, both
north and south, owing to an increase in
the passenger traffic. '
Superintendent Hill, of the Vandalia
road has issued a second circular prohibit
ing all employee from coupling cars by
hand, the rules requiring the use of a stick
for that purpose. Tho order might, with
benedt, be promulgated on other roads.
Gentlemon if you would purchase a
bcautitul tie for the "Myths" ball, call
and see the almost endless variety just re
ceived at Sam Burger's clothing palace.
It is confidently stated In railroad cir
cles here that Mr. Moore, superintendent of
the Cairo division of the Wabash road, lo
cated at this point, has resigned and that
Mr. Broughton, heretofore the train master
for the main lino, has been appointed in
As tho wator in the Mississippi goes
down revealing the work done on the Mis
sissippl lavoo dona by Mr. McHale for the
Trust Property company last fall, It appears
that tho work has not boon in the least
affectod by the flood, but remains as perfect
as when first finished.
The annual meeting of the stockhold
ers of the Toledo, Cincinnati and St. Louis
railroad, ono of Cairo's soon-to-be narrow
gauge roads, was held inToledo Wednesday
The following directors were elected : George
William Ballou, New York; John McNab,
Gldvcrville, N. Y.; Theodore Adams, Phil
adolphia; G. C. Moses, Bath, Me., and John
Felt Osgood, Boston. A little over $125,
000 shares of stock wcro votod out of $250,
000. The board of directors meet in Bos
ton April 2d for the election of officers.
The largest, most varied and finest dis
play ot notions and millinery goods may be
seen at Mrs. Williamson's place of business
on Soventh street to-day. . 1 1
The late high wator interfered some
what with the running of the machinery in
the Cairo elevator and it is likely that be
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lore tue neii uig" "" wiuco ujuhi un,
some important changes will be made in
the way of raising some of the machinery
several feet higher than it uow is.
Tho fine, new steame, City of St. Louis,
will arrive hero Friday, to-morrow, from
St. Louis, on her first trip south. She will
havo a largo party of distinguished plea
sure seekers aboard. Captain Shield's cx
tends an invitation to all friends of the
Anchor Line company hero to pay tho ele
gant craft a visit on her arrival hero.
A meeting of the street committee last
Tuesday it was decided to remove tho ob
struction in the sewer leading from what is
known as the Singer pond to the pond be
ow onnosite the postofflce. Commissoner
Baird carried out the decision of the com
mittee Wednesday morning, and the water
from above ran in a rapid current through
the sewer to the pond bnlow, out of which J
it has a more ready oujlet to the river.
In anticipation of the raisins of Ohio
levee to 55 feet, the Illinois Central com.
nanv is preparing to also raise i,s depots
and freight sheds and platforms so as to
conform with the new condition of things,
These will all have to be raised about three
feet and we understand that an order to be-
cfin this work on the stone depot has
already been issued.
The Belleville and Camndelet branch
of the Cairo Short Line, extending from
nMW;il tn Tst Carondelct. will be con
pleted and open for traffic in a few days,
Work on the branch ha been in progress
r several years, but its completion was
retarded by high water, which prevented
piles from being driven near its eastern
terminus. The roai wss built for the ac
commodation of the coal business, its length
being about 18 mites.
The New Orleans newspapers express
alarm at the probability that the Missi
sipi river will, at an early date, be diver
ted into the Atchafalaya. and that New Or
leans will be left on a shallow pool medi
tating sadly over her lost grandeur. By
examining a m .p, it can readily be per
ceived that if the deflection of the Missis
sippi, at its junction with Red river, into
the Atchafalaya is not promptly arrested,
tho Mississippi from Rel river down will
become a phantom stream. The Atchaf-
lays channel, which is wooiag the o'.d
father of waters from his accustomed path,
runs directly to the Gulf of Mexico at a
pointy seventy or eighty miles west of New
Of late there has been very little
switching on the Wabash tracks, on the
lower end of Commercial avenue, during
the day time; but residents down there say
that during much of the nighttime their
slumbers are much disturbed by the run
ning back and forth of engines and trains.
It is evident that the company is trying to
do as little switching there as it possibly
can without cripplina its business too
much until such time as it shall be able to
complete arrangements for doing it all
elsewhere; but, of course, in order to give
the residents there complete relief now the
company would have to stop business en
-Cairo elected her first mayor in 185,
and he was Col. Taylor, who was elected
seven consecutive times in as many years,
elections being then held every year. n.
Watson Webb succeeded Col. Taylor in
1802; Col. Taylor was again
elected in 1883, then came
Judge D. J. Baker, then Capt. Thomas
Wilson, Jno. W. Trover, Dr. Holden, non.
Jno. U. Obcrly, Captain Thomas Wilson
again, Hon. J. M. Lansden, Col. Jno. Wood,
Hon. Henry Winter, and lastly Capt. N.
B. Thistlewood. Tho term was changed to
two years with the election of Mr. Lansden.
All but ono of these centlumen are yet
alive, the exception being Dr. Holden who
died but a few years ago.
Yesterday afternoon the mayor called a
meeting or tho street committee for the
purpoBoof coBsideringsome matters of im
portance to the city. It was decided among
other minor things, to recommend to tho
council at its next meeting that a stone
crossing be constructed over Commercial
ave on Twelfth street; to construct anew
sewer outlet through Ohh loveo at Thirty
eighth street; to enlarge the sewer on
Tenth Btrcet, and to reconstruct the sewer
on Twenty-fourth street; to fill Washing
ton avenuo from Eighteenth to Thirty,
fourth streets to a grado even with that of
the avenuo below Eighteenth street; and to
construct a sidewalk on tha south aide of
Eighth street, between Railroad avonuo
and Ohio levee, by days labor, as no bids
for tho work had been receivod. The com
mittoe also decided that the work on the
stono wall, on Ohio levoe street, be
continued, but that the foundation of the
wall be laid deepor. The full committee
was presont and the proceedings were very
To the rather candid criticism of Mr.
Leonard and colored Republicans in geuor-
al, which appeared in Bartou's paper last
week and was reproduced in these col
umus, Mr. Leonard makes a pointed reply
at sonio length, in the last issue of the
Gazette, from which tho following extracts
are taken: "If wo have never rendered the
party any service in tho past, we shall not
do so in the future; we wish to live to resent
this, and other similar insults. Tho extract
will bo food for our thoughts in '84; wo
wish to be placed on record to this affect
We wish to see tho day when colorod men
will goto the polls and vote like men, and
not as machines" "We shall
help swell tho number, who aro sick and
tired of being load by the noso. The day
is not far distant when a man's politics
cannot bo judged by his color or tho
kinks"in his hair; not allow one white ReJ
publican to lead a hundred colored to tho
poll and voto them as though they wero
machines, but voto as they ploaso and for
whom they please and relieve the Republican
party of this "Negro business." ,
"Uncle Dan'l is a boldly-sketched char
ucter of simple go.tduoss and faith in human
uature, but great shrewdness and cool man
ngemcnt when business upon his intollect
aud energy. Mr. McAuley takes this part
and plays it with force and effect. His
dialect is broad; his manner countrified,
without rudeness, and perfectly natural;
his affections hearty, sympathetic with all
sorrow and distress, and indignant at all
meanness ami corruption. When he gets
into the hands of the gang who threaten
him with death his conduct takes on an
aspect of heroism but in the simplicity of
perfect honest." The above clipping from
the New York World has refsrenco to an
actor of special ability and power, and who
lor years successfully managed the celebra
ted Wood's theatre at Cincinnati and tha
Grand Opera Hous-j at Louisville. Mr.
McAuley will appear at the Opera IIoUBe
in this city on the evening ot April 4th, and
will present for the first time in Southern
Illinois the splended comedy drama "A
Messenger from Garvis Station." While
thegenial McAuley comes to us a compara-
live stranger, we can assure our friends that
he is first-class in every respect.
About a month ago there were sent
here by express a large number of empty
egg boxes of the patent kind. They were
all painted blue and bore the etimp of "E.
Todd & Co., Chicago." They were sent
here by this firm, and to many other points
all around here, for the purpose of being
filled with eggs and returned to Messrs.
Todd & Co. F.ges were high in Chicago
then, ranging from twenty-five to thirty
cents per dozen and this firm claimed to
making a specialty of them, flooded the
country with circulars, offering to send
boxss free of charge to any one who would
send eggs and guaranteeing higher returns
than any other commission house could
make. Responses to these circulars were
enmeroji. Expty boxes were sent by car
levis to all important points along the Illi
toil Central road and its southern branch,
an i thousands upon thousands of dozen of
tzgi were sent to E. Todd 4 Co. One ship
jr nine distance below sent a whole car
load in barrels at Once. In this city several
business men m.de each large shipments,
buyiDg eggs whenever they could find them
racking them in these blue boxes and send
ing them to Messrf . E. Todd & Co. Chicago.
They waited patiently for several weeks for
the returns, or at least an acknowledgement
of the recipt of the goods, but none came,
and the latest information the shippers
lave is that Messrs. E. Todd & Co. are no
more, having "failed" a week or more ago,
and left the scene of their swindling apper
ations. The losses sustained by the sever
al shippers here will foot up thiee or four
'THE SUBJUGATION OP THE
BY KOBKgr S. TAYLOR.
At a bank full stage the river has a rapid
current and is heavily loaded with sedi
ment. At tho overflow stage tho water es
caping laterally over the banks is suddenly
checked in its velocity, and immediately
begins to drop its load, leaving a dimi pish
ing deposit as it receds. To this layer tho
next floo'l adds another, each being thickest
at tho margin next the river, where tho es
enpiug water experiences the first diminu
tion of itH velocity. In this way tho river
builds up its own banks by overflow; end
in consequence of this method of building
them they are highest nearest the river, tho
receding declination sometimes ranching
twelve feet in a mile, and being barely less
Following the courae of great overflows
through tho forests adjacent to the river,
the observer will find on the farther side of
trees, logs, and other obstructions, sand
reefs and areas of deposit marking every
place whore tho advancing water was
chocked in its velocity.
It occasionally happens that the river
outs off a long bend by a short channel
across its neck, leaving a horseshoe-shaped
section of the channel unused. At the
open ends of this abandoned channel tho
water in it mingles with the current flow
inir past, and so has a gentle Inward snd
outward flow as the river rises and falls.
The consequenco is a deposit of sodiment
at tho entrances of the abandanod channel,
by which they are ultimately Allot up and
cut off entirely from the new channel, form
ing deep, clear, cresent-shaped lakes. There
are many such lakes In the valley, some of
Ready for Uso. Quick Drying. A Pure Fine Oil Paint.
Glossy and Durable. Make Old Things Look like New.
Beautiful and Economical. Quick Drying and Convenient.
At all tint' 8, in every home, there Is
wanted a little l'aiut in convenient
form for immediate two upon the va
rious articles wnlch require occasional
decoration to preserve and beautify
them, as well as to gratify the taste
which is rapidly developing Ibr means
to add to tho attractiveness aud com
fort of American homes. To supply
this want, tho Osborn Family Paints
have been prepared iu a large variety
of colors, ami with such combination of
rnre materiuld an tn c-Iva irinrt Hut.
74t Oiiio Lerce and.
Cor. 8th St. Wash. Ave. JESyf
NEW ADVERTISES! KNTH.
Notice, lo llila colnruu lliree lluei or lor. &ceui
onelu.urtlun or $1 (M p rweck.
LV)K ALK.--l!Unka, L'hulta! Morgan.'., Kpu. lal
A Warranty and Warrantr llvedi at Lha Uulletlr,
Job office 7S Ob lo Levee
JOuD LOTS FOR KALE.-Oa Railroad clreot
J below lilh. three lolati, H arid 1. block IS. 25 bT
dOeat'h, making TS feet on Railroad utrent and tt)
feet deep. For particular apply at Bulletin otfee.
Ij'Olt bALK Dwelling houe. "mail (lore noun
and two lota. Ounier lith and Loeo.t; Muhe.t
irrouud In Cairo. a-Ui WM. 1IAKKHLL.
SOMKTHINU NEW for Cai vaer and Hlreet
men. 8ell at tlibt. -nd n imp for M-paua
catalogue K. S. HOfSK. Cincinnati, u.
m. B. surra.
Grand Central Store.
OA.IKO. - - ILL.
4 DMISISrRATviK'i SALE.
I will lell at I'libl'f aale at .he late residence ot
David R Thiatlewood 1; tulle, west of Halaakl,
Saturday, March 2i, 1883,
commencing at 1 o'clock In the lorotioon.
J'er.oua. property at follow.:
HORSES, CATTLE. HOGS, WAGONS.
BUGGY, OARSESS, FARMING IMPLEMENTS,
Household and Kitchen Furniture and article! too
Term, made known on nay of tala.
thoui now several miles from the river
Such a cut-off occurred at a bend opposite
Vicksburg in 1876, leaving the city upon
uue arm of the abandoned bend. The
ower end of that arm is already filled up
to the height of twenty-five feet above low
water, and fifty feet above tho old bottom,
earing tho city's wharves and elevators a
mile and a half inlmd at ordinary and low
By shifting: of the channel the forma
tion of islanda, and other causes, the sub
sidiary channels, called chutes, are formed
in large number. If a swift current set
through a chute, it enlarges; if a sluggish
current flow through it, it fills with sedi
ment. Sloughs and outlets leading out of
the river into the swamps, In which the
free flow of water is obstructed by willows,
are often permanently closed in tho same
As the river elongates its bends by cav-
ng off the outer bank, there is commonly
ornicd a sloping bar on tho inner bank,
which advances b tho outer bank recedes.
As fast a this bar rises above ordinary low
water, it is covered by a growth of willows.
At high stages, tho water flowing over tho
bir is obstructed by this growth, and suc
cessive deposits of sediment are thus
caused, which ultimately build tho bar up
to tho full height, of the adjacent bunks.
!y this procens the river shifts its channel,
tearing down ono bank and building up
the other as it goes.
The now Duchess of Westminister, wife
of one of tho richest men in Europe, was
married in a dreimof white foulard, costing
soventy-flvo cents a yard. ' This certainly is
economy, and economy it is to use Dr,
Bull s Cough Byrup the great remedy tor
coughs and colds.
CARD OP THANES.
Mr. Davenport, Csnduo, lUUlday, Hbtnlda and
Your very cmuplimontary and flattering
favor of tho 20th inst. to hand, and in re-
lv will atato that such an exhibition of
partiality and friendship is exceedingly
gratifying tome; and I aHtiro you that it
would afford mo great pleasure to comply
with your request. I am gentlemon,
Yours most ropectrully,
Annib P. Pitch kb.
Cairo, Ills., March 23d, 1883.
. Personal Item.
'I believe St. Jacobs Oil to bo tho great
est modiolno of the aao," M Stato Sena
tor, Thru. P. Grady, of tho 4th N. Y. Dis
trict, to an Albany Daily TroM Knickor
COLORS AND PRICES.
H pints, 10 cents.
Kphiii, is "
Kin i, 8u "
DARK BLUE, )
The color of Ilia PhIiiI la i,n tha .,ii,),. ,.
can, enabling thu purctiancr l tukcl ibe exact
Nelson Comity Whisky,
137 OIIIO 1.EVEK.
GOLDSTINE & ROSENWATER,
'"'eSi'fn Cairo, Illinois.
DRY GOODS and X0TI0X.S,
a full line of all the latent, nweat colon
ami qnalltjr.and bent maauft' ture.
CAHPKT li K PA 1 IT M EX V.
Hod Bruaiiel, Tatitrlca, I grami, Oil
Clotba, ft-,, Ac.
Clothing aid Gents' Furnishing
Thla Department oeropiea a f i'l fl.j-r anil
la compieia lu all rcii'c . Oooda ro
guarauted ol latest a t v I e aLd bvtl ma
terial. Bottom Prices and First-class Goods!
NEW YORK STORK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
in tiik crrv.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT IE I i CO..
Cor. Ninoteimth 'treat 1 Palm 111
i:omrorclalATnuf ..mn, UN
N. K Thistlewood & Rro.,
an A IN,
GRAIN SACKS and TWINE.
NO. 80 OIIIO LEVEE,
Cairo, - - - Illinois.
The fine paMnngcr and freight etestiier
Leavot (ft. Louli for Cairo Tliuradav, SI arm !d
4. p, m. Leavoa Cairo for Ht. Lou'.a, and way
landltiK' Saturday, March U4, B a. in.
Nashville, Paducah & Cairo Packet.
The elegaut and palatial atoamcr
B. S. EHEA,
J. S.TYNEtt Maattir
BILLY HOUSTON I'l"'
Loaves Cairo every Monday at i p. in. for Nash
ville. Nashville, Paducah & Cairo U. 8. Hall
V. II. CHERRY,
PINK DUKS Mister
JOLLT 1IAHD ,..-. , CUirk.
Leavee till1 port avory Wednesday a( 4 p. w. fur