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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1873.
THE BULLETIN.
.! JIIN II. OIIKRLY, Editor And rubllshn
TERMS OF THE DAILY IIULLETIN !
One week, tjr carrier $ 23
One yearhjr carrier, In advance 10 00
One year by carrlor l( not p lid In
advance , 12 00
Vne month, by mall , 1 00
ftirco month 3 00
Six month , D 2ft
One year 10 00
TUB DOLLAR WEEKLY MJLLETIN
John II. Oberly has reduced the stibfcrlp
on price of the Weekly Cairo Hullktin
o Ono Dollar per annum, making It the
heapcitpaperpublMicdlnSouthiTn Illinois
Tub Crodlt Moblllcr investigation goes
on and on, and every day it pitilessly
hooka up ono or tuoro of tho biggest fiih
in the puddle of Washington politics.
Who will not bo Impaled, it now tho in
teresting question.
Mrs. Sucruav, tho Connecticut mur
dereis, who has just confessed tho poison
ing of eight persons, knows now "sho wns
not Cbrisliati, or tho would not havo
dona as she did." Tho gentio poisoner is
right. Eight murders aro too many for
good Christian to bo guilty of.
Tuk murderers in tho Tombs prison
New York, are becoming very uneasy ns to
the fato In storo for thorn. Tho unexpect
ed verdict and sentenco in tho Stokes'
case have impressed them uncomfortably
as ft probablo foreshadowing of what they
may expect from an outraged and long
suffering community.
THE TETON SIOUX.
The great question now agitating the
legislative mind mid puzzling tho public
brain is "who aro tho Teton Sioux?"
Somo persons good guesscrs claim to
havo solved tho puzzle; somo give it up;
others say "myths." Our Undo Samuel
don't bolievo them myths; ho has given up
.a sum total of 5008,000 at different times
for their benefit, and tho question now
asked is 11 who are they?" Senator liar
lan who knows all about Indian rings, be
lieves in thorn and favors giving them
moro'cash ; Mr. Clagettof Idaho, also be
lieves in Indians on tho plains of the " far
west;" he has been there and for that
reason these Indians are realities; but he
claims that they belong to Johnny Bull,
and como from the Brittish American pos
sessions to raid our country. If Clagett
bo correct, wc, as a nation, aro doing a very
handsome thing by these raiding, scalping
"myths." In view of tho mys
tery that surrounds tho busi
ness, a bill will bo introduced into
congress authorizing the taking of a ccn
us of all tho Indians In tho country, ct
pecially looking after ibo real number,
and cot forgetting their names, so that
there may be no repetition of the "Toton
Sioux" ravstery.
situation. Ho knows that, If tho wife
whipporswero pilloried and whipped, they
would abandon tholr favorlto pastlmo nnd
tak'o to other nnd lets dangerous amuse
ments; that tho lash hold obovo a brutal
husband's back would bo an nngol of
poaco in many households, and that tho
whipping post at all cross roads nnd street
cornors in the slate would bocich of them
dumb but eloquent advocote of tho right
of a wlfo to do wbnlsho might plcaso with
out runnlns Into the danger of being
thumped by hor irato lord nnd master.
Wo know wo shall hiivolho civilization
of the nineteenth century flung into our
faco by tho opponents of Quinn's bill ;
that we shall be called upon to deprccnto
tho horrors of tho whipping post, and bo
asked to gnzo on Delaware; but wo do
not care. Ojilnn forever! Up with his
whipping post I Down with the man who
is not rcudy to demand its Immediate eree
tlon. It Is our Gessjor's cap, and wo aro
anxious to annihilate tho William Tell
who shall reluso to bow to it I May
Cuinn grow in graco and live foroverl
NEWSPAl'ER PROPERTY.
From tho Chicago Tribune.!
The aprlugtleld 'Republican' thinks that
tho prices paid for newspapers (tho prico
paid for tho New York ' Tribune' for in
stance.) are too high, nnd that better use
can bo made of u million dollars, in u
mere money point oi view, tiinn to uuy u
newspaper whuse nut prollts are ono hund
red thousand dollars. Tho 'Kcpublican'
thinks that considering tho risks und haz
ards of tho business, tho capital should
represent u sum upon which twenty or
thirty per centum is yielded, rathor
than tho larger sum from which
only 10 per cent Is obtained. Tho old rule
for'cstiniatltig nowspapcr piopcrty was on
the 20 pur cent, Imsls by virtue of
which a newspaper whoso uverago profits
for llvo venrs have been ilOO.OOy per voar,
would bo estimated to bo worth $500,000.
But latterly this rulo has been undergo
ing achimgu from tho "0 pur cent, to a l'J
or 15 per cunt, basis. This chango has
been tho outgrowth of cvidonco furnished
by tho lnpso of time, that tho risks and
hazards of tho business aro less, instead
of creator, than thoso of busi
ness gcnorally, for it has been
observed that hardlv anything Is so indo
structiblo as tho valuo of u newspapor of
twenty yours stanuing. Tho unicago
'Journal' is a noticeable proot of tho value
oitnero longevity. Tho only nrticlo lu
thn '.lmirnwV liiftt ling nttra.ntptl Attpntinn
THE WHIPPING POST.
Representative Quinn of Peoria, has
not immortalized himself, but is on tho
highway at tho end of which fume s
proud temple shines afar. Wo aro not
sure wo havo not bungled tho figure of , t0 cntry under tho Homostead laws of tho
tho 'Journal that lias attracted attention
for many years was ono for which It was
unea by tno supremo court. Ana
still it is ono of tho most valuatilo pieces
of newspapor property in tno West.
THE SOLDIER'S BILL,.
The following is tho bill rccontlv passed
in the lower houso of congress by u vote
o( no to &u. Atter a tow wordy prellml
naries It provides that,
'i.vory privato soldier, musician una
officer who served In the tinny of tho
United States during tho Into war for
ninoty uayt.anu was honorably discharged
including troops mustered into tho sorvico
of tho United States by virtue of tho third
section of an act entitled an act making
appropriations for completing tho defences
ut asulngton, and tor olhor purposes,
approved Feb. 13, 180'J, and every seaman
marine and otuccr, una oilier person wn
served in tho navy of tho United State!
or in tho marino sorvico during tho iato
war lor ninety days, und wiio was honor
biy dlechargeJ, and tho widow of any sol
dlur, musician, seaman and olliccr, or
there bo no such widow, his orphan
children unuur tweiuy-ono joars oi ugo.
thttll ho entitled to outer a quantity of pu
lie lauds, not mineral, not toexcuod 100
teres, wnicii snail ijo composed or contin
uous tracts according to Jcini! eub-divis
Ions, including ultomato reserve sections
ol public land alum; tho lino of any rail
road or public work, of other land subject
Homo Advertisements.
DRY MOODS.
72. FALIAND WINTER 73.
C. II AN NY.
ARGE STOCK,
BROWN SHEETINGS,
PRINTS,
TioKiasro-s.
CHECKS,
STRIPES,
KENTUCKY JKANI , PXTRA,
OABSIMKUS,
BLACK ALPACAS
AND
LUSTERS,
G AOS ''RAIN SILKS,
I'OfMXN.
LAUGH STOCK OP CARt STING
oil; CLOTHS,
MATTINO,
Window Hbsm!,
OILT BANDS,
NOTTINGHAM LACE
Di.Ui.SX8.
Ul Entire Mtoek
VERY LOW FIGURES.
CORXZn 8TH ST. AND COMMSRCIAL-AV.,
Cairo. IUIdoIi.
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS
Charters nrets 11. isat.
quick or
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
ovricxaa :
A. B. 8 AFFORD, President;
8. 8. TAYLOR. Vice-President;
U. HYSLOP, Secretary and Treasurer
DepoalU of suit Asaoasst Kb Irad tram
iMTKKEST paid on deposits at the rat of ill
percent, per annum. March Island Btptenv
r lai. InUmat not withdrawn la tddad Immi.
dlately to the principal of the deposits, thereby
giving mem compuunu iDieroai.
MARRIED WOMEN AND CHILDREN HAT
DEPOSIT MONET
O THAT DO 01 IU1 OAK S1AW IT.
Onen eTorr business dT from i.m. to a p.m,,
and Saturday eyemng lor 8AV1MQ CKPOSlTt
only, from t to 1 o'clock.
ituuw n. n isiiUi i ATiuurnr.
VTIKRN AND E,I10DIIB.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
on i o tr.vis
OAIKO, ILIilNOIl,
Also, ketp cODjuotly on hand a most com
p!te slock of
Xiio.xroiea:
eooTcii xw inian wnisKiis
-o i n a.
Port, Maderia, Sherry and Catawba Wines
TJ SMYTH 4 CO. sell eiclo!ly for cash, to
XV. wmcn laci inej lmuo mo cipfciw iiwn
lion oi cioie critin oujers.
V. M. STO0KFLETII,
vcctno o ronn a itocirtiTn
I'.ectltjrr and K'tiolranln Deale 1st
I'rlicn nnd Domentle
WINES AND LIQUORS
No. 62 Ohio Levee,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS
Hnkrepton liin-1 constamlr full slock
Old KrrituckT llourbon. live und Monon!
p WlilakK-H, Kreuch limndiei, l I u U
RhlntKtiil (l.illfnrol Wine
I.U.tlHKIt.
speech wo endeavored to get into tho abovo
sentence; but we ate sure that Quinn
honored be his euphonious name I has
made a ten-striko in tho game of notoriety
tcckinsr, a little game, which in the Illi
nois legislature, Is at innocent as a gaino of
"sell-out" for amusement. Ho that is to
say, Quinn has determined to
stand as a breakwater between belligsrunt
husbands and wives; and ho will, if tho
female heart has not been hardenod by tho
malign influences of modern civilization
Quinn will bo hailed by women every
where as tho evangel of domestic fellci
tudo. We uso tho word felicitudo
with a calm determination to stand
by it. It is tho only word
our respect for Quinn will permit us to
use in tho connection above. It may not
be a word which tho Galaxy's White
would take to his wordy heart ; but,
whether It is good, bad or indilferent, wo
are determined, having a high regard for
Reformer Quinn, to stuud 1 , it. Quinn
will then, as wo have said, bo hailed by
femaloaclaim as tho evangel of domestic
fellcltudc. And why should ho not be ?
Wo havo not bad tho pleasure of gazing
upon tho "mortal fruma" oi Quinn, but,
"in our mind's 'eye, Horatio," he btands n
ligure of comely proportions a man who
might bo described with precision, by
using tho language of Hamlet when
ho described his father to his
kind-hearted mother. A grace,
wo havo no doubt, Is throned upon
Quinn's brow, and wo will take un vuth
he Las Hyperion curls, tho front of
Jove to threaten and command i a sta
tion like tho herald Meicury, und all
that sort oi thlug. Ho must have.
But whether ho has or not, is nellhtor
here nor there. Tho fuct remains, that
Quinn has made ten-strike. Arid he
did It, and did it boldly, loo, by Intro
ducing into the legislature a bill for un
, act to punish with stripes, inflicted in
public, any man who may whip bis af
fectionate wife. No irate husband can
escape by the defense that ho only
walloped bis wife gently. Tho
gentlest whipping will, whn Quinn's bill
becomes an act, call for twenty. nino
laibci.
We aie fer Qutuu, Hi appreciates th
United States, und receive a certificate of
such entry on payment of t;ovorinenl tecs.
Sec. -. i n ul sucu entry snail ue muuo
in tho namu of the per.on entitled at
abovo to tnako tho same, in porsun or by
agent, under such regulations us the secre
tary of tho interior shall prescribe, and u
patent for tho lands so entered shall be is
sued only to such soldier, musician, sea
man or olliccr, or to his vridow or orphan
children, provided for iu tho 11 rot section
of this act; but no sale of such laud,
or interest therein or power
of attorney uuthorizinc; such
rule, or ottior contract or agreement in
any wiso ailecting or concerning any such
lunu, main, executcu or entorcd into prior
to tho issuing of tho patent thorcfor, and
thoactuul iluli very of tho same to thu per
son to whom issued, shall bo of any eti'ect
wtiiitovor, out mull no nun ana voiu.
rjKC. 3. That tho secretary or the inte
rior shall prescribe rules und regulations
to carry thu several provisions of this act
into ellect.
BANKS
ANNOUNCEMENT!
BIMOTOM
M. Baiclat,
H. BtOClfLlTB.
R. II. CCKMKOIAH,
i. M. Pmitin
Cias. (UliasMn,
Paci O. Bcitm,
II. P, Bauisut,
lawdtrlo make room for their SPRING
STUCK
GOLDSTINE & ROSENWATEK
THE CITY NATIONAL
BAXI"EC.
CAIRO, ILLIHOIM
CAPITAL, 1100,000
orriciisi
W; P. HALLIDAY, Presldea :
HENRY L. HALLIDAY, Vio-Prildni
A. U. SAPFORD, Cashier I
WALTER HYSLOP, Assistant Cannier,
Biiicroast
Btaati Tatioi. RotiiT B. CcnmrMAii.
nHBT L. UAttlDAT. W. r. 1IAL1IDAT,
Qo. 1). WlLUAjtsox, HtifBiK Died
a. a, BArroas,
Bxobssssst. Cola ssad United Htsslca
Bostdi BDKlt ssad Hold.
EPOSITB rMlTd, and a general banklni
business none.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
or CAIRO.
DANIEL HURD.Preeldsnti
ROBERT. MIL.iBtt. Vl.l?l esldsnl
C. N. HUOHES, CasnUr.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE,
1?XcnANGE, coin, bank noUs asd tJnlUd
Xli Htitea eearitles bouttit and sold.
lDtrat AllowMl ossTaeDiMnal
NEW LIVERY STABLE
TENTH .STKEET,
UETWKKN WAHH'.t AVENUK AND WALNUT
Dr. II. K, KIoMh Informs tno uiiblle tlint he h.ii
i, i v e n y a t a ji l ;:,
on (tin norlhwi'f t pido of Tenth utroM n nroc
Ilia B'ablra will Im filinlnliM with nnnn but ttiit
BEST HORSES
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and the lmlillomav he necommodatcd at nl
hour" of thu ihiy and night with eMa teams
on tuu lowest term.
Dr. l'"ield aknii hliaro of public patrouai;c
and will endeavor to merit It by fair dealin;
unu strict attention to miMiien.
FRED ROSE
No. 104 COMHKRCIAL AVENUE,
French, Scotch and American cassimercs
or all colors, ana ucavcr anu Droau ciotus
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
Anil made up InVhe
LATEST STYLE,
And ut the lowest price. A Uae fit aud first
el&H work guaranteed. Satufuctlou iu
respect warranted.
REAL ESTATE AGENCY.
GRAND
Have determined to ofler their
ENTIRE STOCK OF FALL AND
WINTER OOODS
AT
ACTUAL COST PRICE!
Our Homo Advertisors.
CMIIMIM ARB rOBWABBINU.
HALLIDAY BROTHERS,
GENERAL AGENTS
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
HIHCIAKI,
DEALERS IN FIOUR ;
And Agists of
IBIO RIT1R AMD KANAWBA
Q.XjT companies.
70 Ohio Lkvkb,
Cairo. Illivoii.
Z. D. MATBDM..
B. O .UBt
The Stock Is roinnlut In alt narltncot.
and the Announcement Is made To Uood
taiui. Aow is trie time tOfet
EARS 33 .A.IE2 O- AIK S
In all kinds of
AVINTBR CLOTHING.
The people are invited to call at GOLD
ST1NE A ROSEN WATEH'S and
MATHUSS k UUL,
AMD UKBXBAL.
Co mmi a sion Merchants
DEALERS iH
iAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
40BIO I.KTBB.
J. M. PniLLIPS & CO.,
IHuccMtort to E. B. Hiadrleai A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
MERCHANTS,
AID
WHARP-BOAT PROPRIETORS.
UUral AdTineemtuli mad a2gM
upon Consl(nmwti. aBton
An prapared to raeeiTi, stori and forward
freights to all stolaU and buy and
Mil on commission.
Builnasa attmdid to pmrnpUr:
BE
l-KKlt
C03STVI3STOE3D
BOOK BINOINO.
OO TO
W. W. THORNTON'S,
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
13J TXKTH BTIIKKT,
VOB
Doors, Huiiti.UllnilH. MonldluKH.
EnvoSlnltcn, (wood) Window null Door
rramrN, I'loorlnKt I.attJ,
hlilnKlex. Ulnard Nnab, lnMl Nlde
I.lKhta, UlnscU Transoms,
Kai.li WelKlitN, Nnah IMilllrn nnd V
llllsid FitxtenluttH, Uoollnsi
I'cll. Uoolluu Criuint, I'laalerln
i'nier, 'Hri't Volt, Wlilte
I.mmI, I.lnuvil Oil, American WIsmIow
illithM, KiikIIoIi itndFrnucli
S'lulx SIIuhn, I'Htly, fliaaler'H l'nssat
Newer l'lit y, 1'nti'iit t'lilmiK-y,
n., Etc., Ktc.
AOENTrl lor Hock Mver Topor CompKny'
HiioHhinn Foil and Quiirli Ccinfnt
11. V JoIiu'd laiproTtnl Kuonuj! Hlwajrs on
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
Al
AUCTIONEERS,
"4 (8KC0KI) J" LOOK) OHIO LKTIX,
CAIflO, ILLS,,
Bur and Sell Real Estate,
PAY TAXES,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
And pf?r GonTejsncos ofKlodi!
I'llVHH'lVNH.
DU. 1J.U. TABER,
Will reMimu tho practice ol Iili profession
with especial ri-Iercnce to the clcctrlca
treatment ol dUcanes in all the new aud Im
proved methods of application.
In all cbm'h of feiimlo eoiuplaititit a lady
will ho Iu attoudauco.
Ufllec, 1W Commercial inenuc, up tal.
WILLIAM It. .SMITH, M. I).
RESIIENCi:-.Nn. St Thirteenth atrwt, bo.
twrmi Wnshmsion avenue and WHlntit airett.
uince liiuumini rciiiuvenuH, up stalrn.
0. W. DUNNING, M. I).
IJI.SIUENOB-cornfrNinth aud Walnut U,
i.VJttii' coiner blxth atreet and Ohio lutoe.
Otnce liuura from a a.m. to Vi m., nod p.tn
II. WARDNKR. M.D.
OEHUlKNOK-Corner Mnetcentli atreet and
IV Washington avenue, near court houae. Of.
acnover Arior's Grocery Htoie, Ofllcu Hours Irom
lun, m, io is in. ana ;-om i to p. m,
81 000 IN ONE WEEK.
To any shrewd man who can do UuslticM
on tho fjulct, (utiniiitco tin liuiiicii-o Km-,
ttinee, easily, rapidly, mid In perfect safety,
iiuivaa in iviiri:v eoiiuuenee,
WM. 'WAnitKN,
M West rourth street, New York
l'1-ih w im.
S. WALTERS,
PIALri IN
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
o evry description,
LATH, BU1NOLK3, OKDAR POSTb
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS
or dicks solicited.
Steamboat Lumber,
Furnished on ehorteat notice,
Uomuicroial-av, bot. 10th and llth-Bte,
UAIRO ILLINOlh.
Tdr
WUUU I WOOD I 1 WUUD 1 1
Th undersiitned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Ai('litni,tl not 'lirnitr
liad nnv wood dealer In Cairo. I.cavn nnte
on tho slates at tho rottofllce and at Itos
coalytinl, on commercial avenue, hetwee
Tentli and twelfth streetH, Cairo. Illinois, l
Bive Rood meastirti and will cord the wood
up iruesireu.
aulU-U DENNIS BALKY,
PATRONIZE
HOME I?!R-A.!DB !
J. C. HUELS,
Late of St. Louis.
BOOK BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
MANUFACTURER,
BULLETIN BINDERY,
Corner Twelfth street and Commercial Ave
BLANK BOOKS of every description done
with neatness and dispatch. All kinds of
ruling done at short notice. Bibles. Mtiilc.
Magazines: and Periodicals bound ucat and
at the lowest possible rates.
County work, such as Records, Dockets,
Fee Books, Blanks, etc., made a ipeciallty
ouxex, rocKei uoons, xviiveiopci, etc.,
uuua iu vnnr u-.l II.
John O. llarmati. Chas. Thrupp.
JOHN Q. HARM AN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
COLLECTORS
ANU
CONVEYANCE. RS
XorlU for, nils HI. nnd oblo Levee.
Cairo, Illinoih.
Abstract of Title. Conveyancing made a
specialty, ucat rotate nought anu soiu.
VIOKSBURG HOUSE,
On Cuminerclnl avenue, between
und Thirteenth street,
Twolith
(IUESTS WILL FIND (100DltOOil AND
THE VEKY BX8T OK USDS
.T THIS HOUSE:
Transient Patronage Solicited.
Mits. Kmxn McCaiitiiy, Prepr.
1-lUtf
ARTHUR BOYLE,
Contractor and Builder
Das returned to Cairo und Is prepared to
take comracii ior
ALL KINDS OF BUILDINGS
And especially refers to his past record lu
Cairo us a nuiiuer.
Ileuduuarters ut R. 11. Cunningham's,
Commercial avenue. References to Heed A
jibuu, II. u. cuumnjuam auu doau wood,
esq. i-iwtr.
IAM riTTEKM.
H. T. OEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
LSlLla II
OAH riXTCHEM,
Oai Fitter's and Clumber's material, Wood
pamr . riod auu angle vuvn, stop
oocKi,onecx valves, sic.
ALIO iQMT WOt
Tnlto Brothers! Patent DrdssKsIsi
ind Morenouae, Wells A Oo'a Automatic Wtl
indicator anduupply valve for steam Donors,
imtuh'si nLortx. nniiMKnn ial-avkhh
TOYS, NOTIONS,
AND
FANCY GOODS.
MISS il. J. OAItSOJN
Wishes to cull attention to her utockof Tovs
Notions and Fancy floods und Staple Arti
cles couMHiinj; oi uous in great variety
Lamer worauoxca oi line quality, untin,
Desks. Children'i Dishes. Toy Wagons. Do
Buggies, Ilnbby Horses, Fine Silver-plated
ware on Aicicei silver, f lue Tauie-Kiuves,
Knankln Rings, China Vaen. and a good e
lection of cheap Jewelry. Also line
Call Bells, Pictures and Picture Frames, and
many oilier articles too numerous to men
tion. All are invited to call. No. 15U Com
mercial avenue, between Ninth and Tenth
streets'. l-10-liu.
Home Advertisements.
emeu.
P. G. Sciiub..
t
in
S.D. AYKRS. E.J.AVKII8,
AYERS & CO.,
FLOUR
AMD-
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Ohio Levis, Cairo, 111.
:tr,
I
hookn,
J. A. 'JUNNINOHAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AMD DKAUIIl Ul
HAY, OATS, OOIEWS
AND MILL FEED.
CAIRO, - - - ILLINOIS
JOHN B. PIILLIS & SON,
(Huceessorsto John 1). Chillis,)
GENERAL COMMISSION
AVD
FORWARDING MERCHANTS
SB
DEALERS IN IIAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Cor. TENTD-ST. and ODIO LKVE
oairo. in.a.
G. M. ALDUS,
Late of Thomas & Aldeu,
TOEWABDIlira-
a n n
COMMISSION MERCHANT
FLOUR, MKAL, GRAIN, 11AV, Ac.
NO, 135 OHIO I.KVKE, CAIltO.
JSTCash advances on Ooodn on sight.
IluirKKKNCKH City National Bank of
Cairo, First National Bank of Chicago.
1-10.
IDLEWILD MILLS
Corner Twenty-second street and Ohio
Levee.
SUPERIOR STEAM DRIED CORN
MEAL
Always on band, and at the lowest marks
price, Also it good article of
OOW PEED
Very cheap. Leave orders at 1IALLUAY
BROTUKKs, or apply at U ul
10dU.
MILLER & PARKER,
GENERAL COMMISSION
AVB
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
AID
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS for FAIRBANKS SCALES
Oblo Levee, CAIRO. 1LUXOI8.
u
I 1
WW Z,
)
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03 rn en w
' 3 E
J ( - ft
$ Z -2 i 55 - S
S i 2 5 a 5 I
0 A ' 6
d j 7 s
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BDTCIIEBSI.
IIYLAND & SAUER,
BUTCHERS
WOOD MTTENHOUSE & BRO.
FLOUR
AID
Uonoral CommUin MtrohDta
181 OHIO LXVKB.
AND DKALKR8 IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OF EVKRY DESCRIWION,
Comer 10th street aud Commercial aVeuu a
next door to the Hyland saloon.
-11-16 tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
JAKE WALTER,
BUTOHBB
axo ostisa m
FRESH MEAT,
Kioarn Strkt, Srwhv WAiHinotoa
AND COMMEBCIAI. ATXVDKS,
AdJolsslssK lU'tesstoosssi Hsibssi'si
Kp the best or Beef. Pork, Mutloa Veal.
Iirab,' Stuusa, etc.. Bd it prepared to ssrre
cltisons Id the most otptabl meaner.
JAMES KYNASTON,
UUTOIIKH AMD DAR IN All KINDS Or
FRisn Mxati.
Corner Ninktkntu and Foplab Sw.,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Uuyi and slaugbtora onlr the .,?
hogi andsbeep. and U prepared to All any
demand fo? frMh m.au 'from one pound to
ten thouiana pouno-
BEMI8, BROWN & CO.,
BAG MANUFACTURERS.
Aoxkti Uoui Cotton Unit
WO. M OW Iatm, Oafr), m.

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