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OFFIOB, BXTXiXiaaTiajT S"CTIXi3pi2Sra-, COR. 12TH. .STE113I1T A.35T33
KZ2TGKT01T AVUNUI.
JOHN H. OBEKLY, PROPRIETOR.
TiUtBlPHH
POLITICAL.
THE CREDIT, MODI LIER INVESTIGATION.
THE TESTIMONY TAKEN BE
POKE THE COMMITTEE.
TI1K MEMBERS WHO HELD THE
STUCK.
NBW ORLEANS BECOMING
O.UIET.
DISSATISFACTION IN FLORIDA
ETC.
ETC.,
ETC,
THE CKKOIT MOIIILIER.
WABnixoniM, Jan 7. Tim testimony
glvon before tho Credit Mobllter Investi
gation committee bus bi-en made public
i d U quite yiilumlnuui. It it staled,
linwnvrr, tb it the testimony originally
given will probably never bo known
to the public, ui piTiont testify
ing hate bom hIIuwaJ to ruviia their
ev.denc, anl many channel an laid to
bare been made. The testimony of Oakcs
Amei goal over the wholo ground and
givct a connected accoint of bit transac
tions wlib tie different per ton a whte
name bava bam so frequently mentluned
In connection with the affair. Too tosli
mony at originally taken shi wi that speak
r Blaina wat entirely innicnt; that ba
was offered itock but declined, because be
thu't It Improper fur bim to bol I it ; that
'Brooks of Nw York had one hundred nd
any iharaa; that Blntfham of Ohio bad
twoBundrel dollars worth; that WiWon
of Uui, b id the tame, but both had given
it up; tbtt Colfax bad $1,000, and gave it
back, there ia utne doubt existing at to
whether be did not draw sorne dividends;
tbat Dawes bad tbe same amount and re
turned it; tbatOarBold bad l,0u0, but re
turned it, there are torn douhti eiisting
as to one or two dividend. ; tbat Scofield
wm offered the tame amount, but declined
it ; tha Hoi per of Massachusetts owned
large amount of itock, but wai in the or
g solution at tha itart; tbat Kelly of
Pennsylvania had $1,0' 0, but that it hid
bean filed up in tort of a loan ; thai
Wilton of Iowa bad stock for a wbtl,
but bad ditpotedof It before be became a
government director of railroads; that
Allison of Iowa bad at one time about
$1,000; Uritnes' of Iowa, like Hooper, de
clined: that senator Patterson of New
Hampshire, bad $3,000 deposited to bis
credit ia a New York bank ; tbat Conk
ling never was interested in tbe stock ;
that Fowler never bad any stock, and that
no member of congress ever received a
hare of stock trom bim without paying
for it.
m' comb
In bia testimony said : Brooks is the only
member of congress who is known to have
received any of this stock without a fair
consideration. I think the slock Brooks
received, was given by Alley's direction,
and not by tbat of Ames. I saw Brooks
and Alley together several times, and
beard Brooks pressing alU-y te let bim
have fifty shares of Credit Mobilier stock ;
heard him say to Alley tbat if he would
accord bim that privilege, (give bim the
tock), he would take care of tho Demo
care of the Democratic tide of tbe house.
Brooks was all that time either govern
' stent director, or said he would bavn him
self made government director of tbe
Unien Pacific railroad.
ALLOT FlMALLT CONSEMTXE
To give him fifty shares ol it tk. It wat
transferred to Brooks or his son-in.law
Wilson.
JIUIV B. ALLEY
Testified that be never had any conversa
tion with Brooks relative to the shares ;
never gave or sold shires of Credit Molu
liar to Brooks or any other member; tbe
statement of McComb is false. Mi. Alley
then went into a lengthy htitory of the
frit starting nf subscriptions furthe Credit
Mobilier, and stated that it was only upon
tho most earnest solicitations of Oakci
Ami (that be (Alley) whs prevailed on to
take it"ok. At the start he invested Qity
thousand dollaii in it. Ames also cr
naded Senator Urlmis and Congressman
Hooper to tako stock at the same time, and
there was not the least suspicion that there
wat any corruption in it. Ames himself
put in $1,000,000,
ON CHrS-EXAWINATION
met testified that the Credit Mnbiller is
till in eilsttnca at a corpo alion, with
Sidney Dillon president, and Benjamin
Mara secretary, but tbe forty-five million
contract, as it wat called, was not guaran
teed by the Credit Mobilier. He then re-It-rated
bis former statement rewarding
. who look stock from bim, and the history
nf tome of the transactions. He further
i ted that he never had any purpose of
t-arrclsing any influence over thesu men ;
theie persons were friend of the road anil
bis friends ; witness had no intention of
Influencing these partiee in congress; did
not want any leg illation at that time j wit
ness fuiieV not say who spoke lor itock,
shareware '
'' . eo MsJiTor tsim;
Thinks tbat Patterson, Dawes, ScoBeld,
Bingham, Wilson and Colfax applied.
They applied when they thought it would
be a good Investment.
0 ll? AX TtsTCriBD
Te-day that Ire or els year ago Ami
i.
asked him to tako twenty shares nf Credit
Mobilier stock; tbat ho agreed to do io,
and subsequently paid flvo hundred dol
lars on tha stock, but was unablo after
wards, and novor did pay the balance due;
that ho never received from Amet the
itock or nny dividonds upon It; wlion
Amos failed two years auo, he (Colfax)
laid to dim to never mind tho five hun
dred dollars, and Ames bad acted accord
ingly, and never paid bark tho money.
This wss tha whole story of bit connection
with tbe Credit Mobilier.
CALDWELL INVKBTIOATIOX.
St. Louis, Jan 7. AjWaihlnnton ipec
lal to the Evening Dipttvh says that tho
publication nf tho testimony taken by tho
Credit Mobilier case line been tho subject
of much comment In congressional clruter,
and that several of the members appear
in tbe evidence as having held stock after
tbeir emphatic denial to tbo contrary, oc
casions uvJcti surprise.
The Kansas senatorial Investigation
case promises to bo very voluminous. Ono
deputy sergeant at-arm i of itm icnatu re
turned here last night from Kansas, whoro
be wassvnt to ub can a witnesses to testify
agstnt Senator C ild ell. Twenty-Ovo im
(ortant witnesses have been rul' o;ricl to
attend the oduning of thu elimination on
the 19th Inst., una it i staled suventy.fivo
mora will be called upon beforu tbe eluiu
of tho session.
Alley whs cross ex imincd as to tho capita)
of tho railroad company, value of divi
dends, ole , Tho chairman said ho hud
aent a subpoena to tne secretary of tho
company and to bring the books showing
tne holders stock or who have received
dividends. Tbe committee then adjmnied.
Alley's cross-examination will ba resumed
to-morrow.
LOUISIANA.
New Orleans, Jan. 7. Tbe city is
very quiet. Pinchbeck's legislature in
joint se-sion for governor and lieutenant
governor. 1'tople's legislature, hi uie 68
members and a quorum present; senate
no quorum.
IMT.1R RETIRED.
St. Lout", Jan. 7.-Col. William M.
Orosvernur retired from thn editorship of
the 'Evening Dispatch' in thicity to-day,
and Robert Barclay, principal proprietor
of tbo paper, assumed chief editorial con
trol., lie also announcut that William U.
Swift, who has been connected with tbe
St. L mis press in various capacities fur
many years, will bo associated with bim
in tbe editorial manacement.
CABINET MEKT1KO.
Wabiunoton, Jan. 7. At a special
cabinet meeting to-day, at which all de
partments wero represented. Secretary
Belknap read a tnl'gram received from
General Emory, sajing that everything
was quiet. General Sherman and othtr
prominent army officers, as well as prom
inent officials in the civil-sir vice, express
their belief that Ibero will be no trouble
in New Orleans. The cabinet did not
havo any matter of unuial importance
before It.
FLORIDA.
Tallauasse, Jan. 7. Tbe governor's
selection of state officers bas given greit
dissatisfaction to Republican olored mem
bers of tbo legislature. At a caucus last
night they determined to nominate J, .
Wallis, colored, for United Slates senator.
CRIME.
BOY STAHBKD TO DEATH IN
CUIOAUO.
STOKES' APPLICATION DENIED.
HORRIBLE WIFE MURDER BY
JcAL'RJS IIUSBAAD.
ETC.,
ETC.,
ETC.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 8, 1873
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGTOI-AT.
WEATHER REPORT.
STAHBKD.
Cjiicaoo, Jan. 7. While two swedes
named Lars Larson and Charles Iriaisin,'
the latter only fifteen years old, were pars
ing tho corner of Hunt and Elizabeth
streets last night, thn buy was so'.nd by a
number of roughs assembled on tbeoruer,
violently knocked about and thrown oil'
the sidewalk. Lnon went to bis issWt
ance and was stabbed by one of the vil
lains, and dii'd In a fa minutes. Tbe as.
sassin it not yet arrested.
puicidk.
Baltimore. Jan. 7. Jud,o Charles O
Line, a wealthy itnd InfhiHruial ritizn ol
llageritown, committed suicide on Satur
day morning by hunting.
htoke-i.
New Yonic, J in. 7. In th court oyer
and terminer this morning, notwithstand
ing tho urgent endeavors nf the counsel of
Stokes for further postponement, Judge
Davis refused to entertain such a motion,
and ordered that the criminal trial of
Two'd, in which he Is implicated with
Connolly for frauds, bo proceeded wi h
S okes when sent buck to the Tombs yes
terday was assigned to tbe murderer's
cell. II a was confident tbat bis counsel
would obtain it stay of proceedings and
thus secure bim n new trial.
4KALOONLV MUltDRR.
Adbhu.v, N. Y Jan. 7, A Mornvia.
near here, on thu olb Inst., Wm. J. N.
Shopperd and Mrs. S iphia M. Ilillttun
were foully murdered by John Hiltsmm,
husband of Mrs, Uilisnmn, ut tho resi
dence of Shopperd, Hlltintmi was from
Madison, O t.,aiid wus slayinujat Shepperd'
house Ho wus duiibttuis j iulous of bis
wife. Shepperd was highly esteemed, and
leaves a widow and three dugtcrs.
New Yore, Jan. 7. Ellzibuth. Taylor
Church.residlng on N inth nv jntie, died Inst
night from the nffeots ot abortion. After
her death twenty Inches of tronw!re was
found in her body, penetrating the dla
phragm and right lung. Investigation ii
proceeding. TWOMrtsll.
REMARKABLE ATMOSPHERIC
l'HE.NOMENA.
TELEGRAPHIC COMMUNICATION
1NTEKFKRKD WITH IN
THE NORTH.
Wamiisoto.v, Jan. 7. Probabilities
For New England easterly to southerly
winds, lij;lit rain and increasing cloudi
ness on Wcdncsdtiy. For Middle state
falling barometer, fresh southeasterly to
southerly winds and cloudy weather, with
probably ruin over northern portion to
morrow. From Atlantic and Eastern
jjtilf coasts to Ohio valley easterly to south
erly winds, generally cl. udy wealhor,
with probably light rain. OverTcnnosseo
mid Kentucky from Ohio valley to Lako.
Erie mid Michigm southerly winds and
cloudy weather, wi h rain. Over Ohio,
Indiana and Southern Michigan cloudy
weather with ruin, but snow over north
ern part or Michigan. From Arkansas
to Liku Michigan nnd Superior und for
tho Nortbweit bilik hm1 high northerly
to westerly windi, rapidly rising barome
ter, low temperature ami clouding but
partly cloudy weather. For Western
Gulf rtate-t wind veering to westerly and
northwesterly.
KLKCTRtC.lL.
Clinton, low, Jan. 7. A mow stnrrn
accompanied by n hili wind und striking
electrical plieiiuinenu set in abhul G
o'clock this evening. The wires uro suri
ous'y interfered with.
AT DCsMOtNKd.
There n was high wind here.thi evening,
accompanied by electrical phenemenu,
which interrupts telegraphing.
AT OMAHA.
It has been blowing a perfect gale sinco
half-past eloven o'ebek. Tho force of
tbe wind seems now" to be spent. During
the time there has been considerable at
m ispberiu electrical display.
AT CI1ICAOO.
The "effect of the electrical storm on tho
wires west of here, this evening, is differ
ent from what tho telegraph offlco has
heretofore observed, in rao of manifesta
tions of Mtmopher!( a' electricity. When
the line was open at this end, ll was very
heavy, and a "continuous charge of elec
tricity would pass across thu opening to
tbe ground wire.
MAKKETREPORT.
Chicago, Jun. 7, 11 a.m. Live hogs re
ceipts as bours 21,370, market weak, 1U
15c; lower declining. Cattle very quiet,
only few sales at previous prices; receipts
763.
Cincinnati, Jan 7, 12 m. Flour strong
$7 t)&!4 1U Wteal firm. ti. Other
kjrain unchanged Cotton ea.ler l'JJc
Whi.key Urm eOo. Pork firm UJQl-J;
bulk moats and bacon unchanged; green
meats ti nr. and unchanged. Hogs active
4t 20; receipts 0,100. Lard arm and
unchanged.
ltiver risen 4 feel 9 inches, making 28
feet 3 im:be.
New Orleans, Jan. C Arrived:
H. C. Yapuer. Uroscent City and barges.
Cairo. Ddparted, Peytona and barges.
Receipts: ri"Ur 'J.U33; jorn 7,274, 4,'JOS
husbelc oats 2,8'JS; hay uOr; bran G'O;
cetton 9,180; pork 30; bacon 120 casks, do
J.i imxes; nams w tierces; lata 233 tierces;
do 10U kei;.; whiskey 163. r lour demand
local XX S7. low XXX $7 l'6f318: irood
$3 5U. Cornqmet with light at 707ic
Oats do &7l9c Hay scarce at $40.
Brn nulet, ilemrnd liirlit at $; 40. Pi rk
dull at $13 76. Cotton tnoderato demand.
iiiiddlini; i8Jc. Sterling V.H; sitht 4(31
discount
St. Louts, Jan. T. Flour steady.
Wheal Quiet, No 2 sprinz SI 25): No 3
fall (1 76. Corn quiet 36c. Oils itendy
27c. itye and uariey unchanged.
Whiskey quiet 02c. Pork quiet $11 60
Salt good demand for future; clear rib Cc
buyers February and March; short Wear Go
huyers to Ifitb instant Lsrd qoiet 7c Ba
con nominal, lings mner ?3 6UrS U4.
Cuicaoo, Jan 7. Flour quiet : wheal
lower but fairly active mi $1 21 cash on
I lie spot, at $1 22 ca.h in January and at
$1 'J4 cish In February. C-rn easier ;
anii cash, 3 1, Jo ra.h in January and
3l(3)lc cash r.-ortiary. 0l firmer, at
-4tolu h(l Januaiy, 25i Fuhruary
ho i ujo April, Rv llrioer t)6li6ocaili.
uri y nrm, niooeraieiy artivo el GUv cadi
in January, 53o bid. Provisions quiet.
t'ork $rj March, Il 0j Januarv. Lsrd
a (hade easier, rales $7 40. seller March
nominally $7 10 oanh and January. S. P
hams Heady, 7N3M. Green ham fl-m at
tijc, 18 pound Bvrrngo, OJo 17 pound
averaun. iiner green meals nrmiy held.
Shoulders 3'', rib tides 4jc, Ion i clear
nn snnri rma o j(ajo, nimri oiear P jc boxert
I'nmily held in fail demand, and sales .short
ear i jc, Whisky quel and held at 88 Jo.
St. Loum, Jn. 7. Flour firm but
quiet. Wheat quiet and unchatiurd, de-
naiiti Hiii, i'" iru IMII el IHryi 02,
.-o j ei iv. v orn urio, imu -j, mixed so ;
No 2 white mixed 3Ulc. ()iii in Hemno
and firm, No mlxid J7271o. IK r ley
very quiet but sellers firm. Rye dcalere
apart as to price and nothing done, to day
Salt me.it quiet but hollers Urm, citv
rh'iulders 4c; clear rib Oi'j cleir sides Un
clear nb buyers Felnuiry and March 6 ;
iii'.'ou nuniiiiaii); qny packed sliouldr.
5reSc: clear rib 71f7A73-: clear sides 8c-
Lard firm but quiet, prime steutn 7c.
IliilliwiNes diclitiinir. 9l(HlHo- Cattle
dull, Mr to prime $3i; cholro $ Go.
". Iloig aillve and hiither, quality gen
erally niM.r; range $3 03 00; mostly
fj i.i(ni oii recinpis u 2uu.
Ciiiuaoo, Jan. 6 Wheat In fair de.
tnand, but lower and unsettled; number I
pring $1 24, Nn 2 $1 21 p.a 234 K, b,
No 3 $1 najfa)7t. Corn dull and a hade
lower, No 2 mixed 30Jjn spot, 3l(o
February. Oats steady. No 2 2i38.
Itye steady, No 1' G6o. ilarlev in fair de
mand and higher. Nn 2 fall G0j7. Fro.
visions steady. Pork $11 GO siait $12 in
March. Lard steady, $7 IIST 12 spot
Green bams in good demand, bulk meats
firm. Shoulders 34c loose, 4o packed. S C
parked 6e, S R 6) loose. Whisky 88)c.
Naw York. Jan. 7. Flour firm; more
doing;' suporfl.no wetrn 96 900 Ct;
common to good, $7 lu7 G5; gmd to
choice 17 (15; white wheat extra $7 78
0 60. Whiskey 022c, Wheat heavy
holders disposed to realize; No 2 Chicago
string afloat fl 80; Northwest In More
ft U) No 38 alied II tfrftl M. Bye
firm. Barley quiet; No 2 western 90c
St. Corn In giaid demand, new western
mixed C.1ju0c; yellow western 67c;
white 75c. Oats quiet and stadv. now
western mixed. 4U(49c; white 55J",
black 4o47c. Coffee firm, Rio 1619)c.
HucarduTl refining 9f9)9c. Molasses dull.
Pork firmer, mejs SU 76014. Beef dull
and unchanged. Cut meats quiet, bellies
7J8c; licht short cut hams 10c; diddles
scarce and firm; long clear 67c; a n 7a
Marrh. Ijard firm, No 1 to prime steam
7f7ft8c; kettle 8,c.
N kw Orleans, Jan. ". Corm easier,
mixed and yellow f.fc-70, while 72c. liar
scarce; prime 40c. Suits r cured hams 17
18c, Whiskey sraft-e firmer 03c; others
unehaneed. Sterling 211 slritt, discount.
Gold 41 l. Co(ton dull; sales 3,000, good
tn ordinary 18c. low middling inr, mid
dllngOr'..tns Ifljc. Receipts 10,184. F.i-
ports to ureal uritian 4,004; Ueooa 2,190;
Boston 1,850.
RIVER. NEWS.
ftlaeaae Fall r tie Cslvev.
rrMhounntnllas;atXp,ia. Jia. 7, 1172.
Abv.
STATIONS.
ttt
ft In1
St. Paul .......
Fort Dtntoa..
Omaha
t'avenport h
tavenworth
Kcukuk
Cairo
St, Louis ..J
rimbiiri
i uvair itiuir.
leU
12 vi
IU 6
1
STATIONS.
Cincinnati.
Louisville..
Memohli. .
Vlckitairc.
IShrTtport . ...
Mihille...
N'cwOrleant,
Fun Smith. ..
I lltt stock
Florence
Ab'v
t.W
a.
ler.
ft in
is li
P.
x q
a
fried. tlkluw bJxh water.
Offtlal. THOMA L. WaTSOV.
Obserrcr Sl. Scr. U. S. A.
CiNdKKATr, Jsn, 7. River thirty feet;
rising steadily. D-pirted: Nick 'Long
worth and Loulivilln for New Orleans.
Clear moderating weather. Ice floating,
bu not h.vy,
VicKoBfo Jan. 7. Down: Common
wealth,, Natchez. Up: Fanny Lewis.
Clear and cool. River rising,
Pitthburo, Jan. 7 Weather clear.
Mercury 37. The river continues to re
cede very slow'y with 9 feet 7 inches; n?
departures. Anna and Exchange derarted
fr Cincinnati; to-merrow the Belle
Vernon will probibly leave for Nashville;
mt nf tha coal &et sttrceeded In gettlne
off this morning snd afternoon; the fleet
cnnltts of 47 slea-ners. 400 barge contain
It flqo and a quarter million bushels of
eaal.
MEMPnts. Jan. 7 Clear. River fall
In e. Arrived: Northwestern, City of
Cairo and Indiana. New Orleans. D
parted : Mayfl wer. New Orleans: City of
Cairo, LouisVilln; Indiana, Louisville; Jo
Kinney,. ft Lwii.
Naavii le Jan 7- River rising with
12 feet nn Uarpeth Shoals. Weather fair
and milder.
EvAMaviLLE, Jan. 7. Alternately clear
and clniidv; mild during the day; mercury
27 tn 40.' River fallen 10 inches and sta
tionary Nn arrivals or departures; heavy
iceslill mnvintr.
Fr. Lnma. Jan. 7. River still falling
slowly. Nn movement in ice to-Hav ex
cept breaking of lnwr edge of gorge
above bridge by roof h. water, caused by a
stiff sooth wind. Weather mild. Snow
thaaintr rapldlyf
I ST. NICHOLAS
BILLLIARD HALL
HARRY WALKER CO., Prop'rs.
This house Is newly fitted up with two
excellent
BILLIARD TABLES
ad two fine
JENNY LIND TABLES
Tho saloon Is stocked with the Best
Brands of
WINES,
LIQUORS,
and CIGAItB
are compounded In the most approved style
tarCome and see lor yourself. jEI
SCnWBITZER CIIEESE AND HOL
LANDiiKKRlNO.
REFRESHMENT TABLES
are spread morning and evening at 10
iVIock, at which all are invltid to partici
pate tree of cuarge.
OYbTERSI OYSTERS I
At wbolenle and retail, stewed, fried,
broiled and baked, raw atidontbehalf-abell,
by tbe can, keir, box or barrel, at Harry
Walker's M Nicholas restaurant on Com
mercial avenue, oysters in every sty.e at
all hour day or night. Many walkerure
rides over tbe culinary department. As a
caterer bo has no equal, and Harry's cus
tomer can always be assured ol a warm
meulal any hour of the day or night, thai
will meet the requirements and please the
taste ol tho most fastidious.
THE
CAIRO PRICE CURRENT
ISSUED SEMI-WEEKLY.
DAYS OF 1SSUETUE?DAY AND FfllDAi
Office in the Bulletin Building, comer ol
Twelfth St. and Washington ave.
Furnished In quantities to suit subscribe
era, with their card at the head of the Irnt
column: Price 14 per hundred, payable
everySaturday.
latLeaYe erderi narelng of Ueue, ,
Home Advertgiements. I Homo Advertisements.
jnaieittiiN ANie rssRWAailsiaist.
HALLIDAY BROTHERS,
GENERAL AGENTS
POBWARVINQ amd COMMISSION
MIHCHANTa.
DEALERS IN PI OUR ;
Aad Aetata of
niO B1TIK ANIt KANAWHA,
SALT GOJwlI'.ISriES.
70 Ohio Letex,
Oaika. It.Ltwnta.
K. B. THISTLXWOOD. p. J. THISTLEWOOU.
THISTLEWOOD & CO.,
CEXEKAL
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
DIALERS
FLOUR, CORN, OATS, HAY, ETC
7SOsW Levee. CAIRO. ILLS.
E. D. atATBUas.. B. O .CHI
MATHUSS & UHL,
FBaBaBaW Q eW-
Commissi on Merc hants
DEALERS iN
IAY AND WESTERN PKODUCE
mn ifiir.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Baecosora to E, B. HeoJrtcaa A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
MERCHANTS,
AP
WHABF-BOAT PROPBIETOBS.
mws Liberal Adraneemeala made
EBtSBa Ofiou CoBSlgonieBta. CBT
Are prepared to receive, store aad forward
freight so all points aad bar aad
teU oa commission.
asiaets aileBded to prnmptir;
JK. A. CUNNINGHAM,
e
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AMP DEALEJl DT
HAY, OATS, COBU
AND MILL FEED.
CAIRO, . . . ILLINOIS
MlLLEll & PAUKKU,
GENERAL' COMMISSION
A
FORWARDING MEROOAKT3,
AD
DEALERS IN FLOUR, COl
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS vob FAIRBANK'fl SOALES
Ohio Levee, CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
JOHN B. PHLLIS k SON,
(Successors to Joha B. Pbtllis.)
GENERAL COMMISSION
AMD
FORWARDING MERCHANTS
Ann
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
Cob. TENTn-ST. ad OHIO LEVI
oauo, iLLa.
WOOD KITTEN HOUSE & BRO.
FLOUR
us
0 eoeral CoBmieeion Mercbiati
111 OHIO UtTll.
'72. FALL' AND WINTER 73.
C. HAN NY.
LARGE STOCK.
BROWN SHEETINGS,
PRINTS,
TIOKIIsrOa.
CHECKS,
an
STRIPES,
ZBVTUOKT JEABf, 7XTBA,
CASSIJIERS,
BLACK ALPACAS
AX
LUSTERS,
QjaOSlKAIN SILKS,
ntntnm.
LARUE STOCK OF GARP3TINQ
OIL CLOTHS,
MATTtVO,
tsstew Bawslee,
OILT BAMDe,
NOTTINGHAM LAOS
DAMA1E.
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STEAM AND OAS FITTER
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MAJS riXTOBtaf),
nan FitUr'a and flumber'a material, Wood
purni , glob aad angle valvs, stop
oocks,ehjk valTe,ete.
a lao assit roa
Tsife Breaker PaSeeit atiy daw Meter
and storenouM, Wells k Oo'a AatOBuUe Watst
Indicator and Supply Valve for ateam boilers.
WtHTm' nt,or. cnMuaantAT.AVasrE
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1IYLAND k SAUER,
AMD DBALBM IM
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Corner 10th street and Commercial avenue
next door to tbe ilyliind saloon.
IMC if. CAIBO. ILLS.
JAKE WALTER,
BUTCHER
a BBAtta ia
FRESH MEAT,
EldHTH STEEET, BeTWBEX WAIBtXOTOk
A WD Com II EEC1AL Atbmcbb,
AtlJsslsilsiB atl 'Sesshaaae saasl BaaiBy'e
Krep tbe beat or Beet, Fork, Hattoa Veal.
Lamb, Saosais, to., ad are prepared to etrre
cltiMD ia the most acceptable maaaer.
JAMES KYNASTON,
btttobbb axd dealeb iv all k ibm 01
Fbbsb Meats.
Cobxbb NofETEirrn um Foflab Ste,,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Buys and slaughters only the best eattlc
hoes and sheep, aad is Dretjared to til am
demand for fresh meats from one pound to
ten inousanu pniimiR.
UWTMI.
LINEGAR, MUNN A POPE,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
OFriCE WINTER'S BLOCK,
Cairo, llllanls.
GREEN & GILBERT,
ATTORNEYb
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
WiUtaaa B. Ursea, 1 ....
William B UUbs rt, CAIBO, lU lNOW,
HilesP.ailkert, J
aVSpeeia. atUatioa f Ivea te Adsnualtr aad
arnboet buslaeM.
or r 101 obio leveb, booms T abd oteb
OITT NATIOMAI. BASTE.
SAM WILSON,
OBUOBBIBE.
PROVISIONS XTC.
MB
Orib Lbtbb Caiko, III
II 000 IN ONEWhEk;
To any shrewd Bum whe can do busies se
on the quiet, I entrants an Inmease Kor
tunes, easily, rapidly, and ut perfect safety.
Address ia Berfeet eeaMeaee, -
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W. W. THORNTON'S,
UILDERB' SUPPLY DBPOT
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A .?!T 'rBok Bits Better Ctossessae'
A BbMthiM Felt aad QearU Ooaaeal ' "
ST. W Jba?s lssrevt4 Boodaa alvafaae
8. WALTERS,
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
e every deserlailoe,
LATH, 8HINGLBS, CEDAR POSTb
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS
ORDERS SOLIOmo.
Steamboat Lumbbb,
raraiaUd afcafieel aseJis.
CoBtBtereiaJ-av, bet; 10th aa4 llek,
OAIBO tUBBOta.
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ENTERPRISE 8AVINGS
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CITY NATIONAL BANK, OAIBO
i
A- B. S AFFORD. PreetdeBt; ,
S. B. TAYLOR. Vlee-FreeldeBt;
H. HY8UJP, (Secretary aad Tn
sxaaoTMat
Treaeurer
P. It. Baboiav.
P. B. Brocasina. pAn0.Baam.
R. H. OeaaiasBAH, H. P, Buiisav.
J. at. rauxin.
BUS
susy Abmbui
TesaOeasU Cb
TTKBXST paid on deposits at the rale el tt
&pr eeas. per aaaaas, amatea sss aata i
r 1st. laterestnet Itbdrava Is sAdei
aiateiy to ire pnaoipau or tee depeel
BtABBIBB WOHBB ABD OBIUWBf. BUT
DETOalT MOBBT
so vast bo eia aua cab bbaw it.
Oaaa everj buslaeao day rroaa esas. so Saav,
aadBaturday evoBiax lor eUVIHO OBMam
al, frost to I o'oloek.
anuu w. BiBixjr. Troosarev.
THE CITY NATIONAL
CAIB), .aVlSejIes
e
CAPITAL, . . 9100,00
W. P. BALL1PAT. Presldea I
CMBT L. BALLtOiT, VMe-PrMMeei
A. B. BAPPOBX7, Oashiert
WALTER BTSLOP, Aselstaal Oaefeier.
8f AAT TAitaa, Baeaav B. Oviwaua,
Hsbbt L. HauisaV, W. P. Hauisas,
Oa. Ol WiiiiiaMai, Braraaa Bia
A. B. Barvaaa.
rsoeoei
aVOBITfl raeatvee, aad a aiasial
baslaoes aoao.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
T VellelVl
OaNIBL BUBS, froaldsoiti
BOBBBT Jl L u t. lo-Pr44eA
O. B. auaaUM, Ca4r.
COLLBOTIONg PROMPTLY MADB.
EXOHABfiB. eeta. eeah aetoe aad VeMBd
atatos sssMMsUmaaS aad sold.
IsiSair I MUeredl saTNis Heeieeiea.
LIME CEMENT I
JAMES ROSS,
OAPB GIBABDBAU AND ILUftO.a
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