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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, JANUARY 19, 1873.
JUllNII.OUKRLY, Editor and I'ubllshc
TKUM3 OK TUB DAUA llULLETINl
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THE DOLLAJt WEEKLY HULLKT1N
John II. Oberly has reduced the subscript
on price of the Weekly Caiho Bulletin
a One Dollar per annum, making It tho
cheapest papcrpiihlMiod In. Anthem Illinois
"SVAsnixaro.v rocoptions aro (aid to bo
unuiually brilliant thli season.
The farmcn of llllnoii held n state
convention at Bloominglon on Thursday.
Tho iptrit of tbo mooting wai against tho
railway monopolies as opposod to
the Interciti of tbo farming community of
llox. Lyman Trumhull hasjbeon nom
inated by tho Democrati and Liberals in
thelegislature, tor tho United States sen
atorship. In tho caucus a motion was
made that the election of Oov. Oglcsby to
tho senate is unconstitutional, and a
committeo of flvo appointed to preparo n
protest against tho action ol tbo majority.
Tni woman's rightists havo another
plan to aid in tbo enfranchisement of
down-trodden women. Tho plan is to es
tablish a national woman's paper on tho
basis of a stock company, to bo chartered
by congross. So far nearly all tho jour
nallsticjjofforts made by tho woman su
fraglsts havo been mado futllary by tho
quarrels of tho fair croatures themselves.
Email jealousies and high tompors get tho
best of them and tho noble causo goes un-dor.
1 tlon ot taxes and assessments ; in all cases
1 oi appeal in writs of certiorari of justices
'of tho peace; in all cases for
' violation ot tno criminal codo,
'whero tho punlshmont is by Dno
'or Imprisonment in tho county jail, or
'both; and (hall also havo concurrent
'jurisdiction with tho circuit court In nil
'cases of suits at law in debt, assumpsit,
'roplovln, case, trover, trespass, attach-
1 ment, distress for rent, and in cases of
'foroclosuro of mortgages, where tho
'amount In controversy doos not exceed
'$1,000; In allj cases ol partition, ixssign-
' ment of dowor nnd homstoad, salo of
'lands, by nn oxecutor, administrator,
'guardian, consorvator, tbo procoss, prac
'tico, and proceedings aro to lo
'tho same, oxcept as to probnblo
'cases in tho circuit courts. The
'county clerk is to lo clork, and his fees
'are to bo fixed by tho county boards,
' Appoals and writs of error aro to bo
takon direct to tho suporior court. A
' liiilrn It In ho nlneted In .lnntmrv. 1873
y , (
for six yoars, and tho salary is to bo 2,-
'000 per annum, to bo paid out of tho
state treasury, and tho govornor is
'authorized to fill vacancies by appoint
ment. Tho stato's attorney ot each
'county is to appear and prosocuto on be
half of tho people
OUR ARCTIC ZONE.
ADDITIONAL AND DISTRESS
ING DETAILS OK THE
GitKAT STORM IN
THE IMMENSE LOSS OF LIFE IK
TIIE MINNESOTA VALLEY.
BEN BUTLER'S PLAN.
There is only ono Bon Butler ; he is the
slnglo specimen of his kind extant. IIo
Is nothing if not sensational. Ho is pos
scssod of a spirit of unrost that is rc
markablo, and ho is only complotoly hap
py when astonishing congress. A fow
days ago, ho startled his follow members
by a proposition to havo a commission of
mombors of tho houso appointod to hold a
new eloctlon in Louisiana, and thus scttlo
tho difficulties in that much perturbed
state. Ho claimed that it was tho opinion
of somo of the ablest constitutional law
yers, "yet nlivo,1' moaning himsolf, no
doubt, that congress has tho power to In
terfere. This Cromwollian proposition
was not favorod, but as Butlor had croalcd
a sensation, ho was contont, and tho littlo
episode passed away liko tho pop and flz
zlo of a bottlo of champagne on boing
THE ROADS OK TIIE FUTUUK.
A year or so ago, tbo frionds of tho
narrow-gaugo railroad system worked
against a wall of prejudice upheld
by tho power of established Mid
woalthy railroad corporations. Tho
advantages of tho nnrrow-gaugo, demon
strated by practical ujo, havo, however,
worked a revolution in public sentiment
in a remarkably short space of time.
Tho necossity for moro railroads as
an outlet for tho great und grow
ing traffic of tho country in ovory di.
rectlon, bocomos overy day moro pressing
and whilo tho experience of managers
proves that as much business can be done
on a gaugo of.throe foot as)nn ono of the
standard gaugo, tho cost of the formor
being less than half that of tho lattor,
there Is roason to beliovo that tho roads of
the futuro will bo principally built on tho
narrow-gaugo System. Tho Now York
Evening '1'ost' of a lato date, contains a
very interesting articlo on this subject
which concludes as follows :
Thore are numbers of these roads already
in operation, ono of which, tho Denver
and Bio Grande, will b nearly a thou
sand milos in length, and has thus far
prqyed exceptionally successful. Tho Erlo
Is now almost tho only road in tho coun
try which adhoresto tho old broad gauiu
of five foet six inches, and not only havo
many portions of that lino been altered,
but we are told that a change will bo
mado throughout its wliolo extent so soon
as the present vehicles are worn out. It is
ubouta year since the gusgo of the road
between Cincinnati and St. Louis was
changed to ono of four foot eight nnd
ealf inches, and that, too, in tho course of
a single Sunday; and a few weeks at;o
two hundred miles of the Grand Trunk
road, between Harnia and Fort Erie, was
changed from flvo foet six inchos to four
foet eight and a half inches in ono day.
The failure of the broad-gauco plun seems
to bo an established fact, and we think thu
reasons why it has failed are too plain to
need further elucidation."
Senator Casey's bill, "An actio divide
tho state Into Judicial districts," is tl.o
,flrst bill ordered printed by tbo present
senate of Illinois. A spockl to tho Chi
cago Times gives tho substance ot the
bill as follows: "It is based on section 18
of article C of the constitution, and pro
' vldes in brief for the district courts there-
'In mentionod. Four torms per year are to
'bo held in each county of tho district,
'and the judges may cull special terms as
'often as necessary. The courts shall
havo original jurisdiction in all matters
i of probate, settlement of estates of do
' ceased persons, appointment of guardians
and conservators and settlement of their
'accounts; in all matters relating to up.
'prentices; in proceedings for tho colloc-
From the St. TaulFrcss, Jan. II.
As intimated in tho 'Press' immediately
after tho eubsidunco of tho terrible storm
of last week, tbo record of tho disasters to
Ufa and property resulting thorefrom is
thoroughly sickening to contemplate.
Whilo ovory section of tho stato contrib
utes a portion of tho harrowing details,
th'o ontiro western frontier of Minnesota
sends up a return of dead, missing and
maimed, which seems moro liko thu carn
age of battle than tho result of any erratic
and wondorful commotion of tho elements.
Tho accounts ngrco in ropresonting tho
storm as travelling with remarkable
velocity, and enveloping thoso caught in
its deadly meshes, alinoU beforo thoy
could turn their steps homeward, To il
lustrate tlio power of tho wind in exposed
localities, tho statement is mado that
sloighs woro overturned nnd men prostra
ted as though thoy wero nothing moro
than straws in tho path ot tho galo. Tho
destruction of life is greatly atlributoblo
to tho suddenness of lu appoaranco and Its
tromendous commotion tho degreo of
cold not being so great as many preceding
it, but which havo not mado a titho f tho
awful havoc. Thero is littlo room to
doubt that the major portion of tho list of
casualties and deaths was completed in nil
us tauuening ctuiptcrs, between 4 o clock
on that fatal Tuesday afternoon, nnd
Wodnesday morning, and as but fow could
bo so foolhardy as to vonturo on journeys
whilo it was raging, it is nmsonablo to
suppose that tho deaths and sutl'urings aro
contlnod to thoso surprised by it whilo at
a distance from homo.
IN THE MINNESOTA VALLEY.
A few authenticated cases of freezing
occurred near St. I'etcr, and mention Inn
alroudy been mado of them. Gentlemen
who returned hero yesterday, statu that it
is yet impossible to mako nnvthini; liko a
correct eitlniato of thoso who perished or
becamo disabled. Narrow escapes from
death or permanent injury aro too numer
ous for moru than a general refurencij, and
it is learcu tnat hundred of cultlo mid
horses havo been dostroyod throughout
llio unqoi runner settlements, unending
from tho Bod Blvor of tho North to the
Dr. Drako, in chnrgo of tho telegraph
office at Mankato, stated on Suuday that
the astounding total of thlrty-fjur persons
had beon returned as frozen to death in
tho settlements along thu lino of tho St.
l'aul and Sioux City alone, during thu
prevalence of tho storm, whila n number
of additional aro reportod missing whoso
fates aro unknown.
Now Ulm reports present a sccno
which cannot bo adequately pictured. A
man who loft Nlccollot for New Ulm at !i
p. m.on Tuesday was found frozen dead
in his sleigh.
Anothor mar. was found frozon, stand-
ing ny tils uarn door near Ulm.
Two mon nro reported to havo been
found dead. Anothor is supposed to bo
lost. Ills team camo home without him.
It is feared that many moro fatal cases will
bo roportod as thoru wero ovor two hun
dred teams in .N ow Ulm that started out in
various directions for homo, us tho storm
A school boy at Now Ulm left school
about three o clock Tuesday, und on Fri
day afternoon tho body of thu noor hid
was found on tho wind-bcalon pralrloa 8
nines irom us sorrowing liomu. Another
man was found dead on tho railroad track
botwocn &t. l'eter and Now Ulm.
THE ST. PAUL AND I'ACIFIC.
A number of cases of freezing havo
beon reported on thu main linu of tho St.
raul and ruclUc road some of them in
telegraphic dispatches, and othors by pri
vatu individuals. Many of theso nro un
doubtedly exaggerated, but bare facts uru
enought to horrify nnd appal, Tho storm
in the vicinity of Litchtleld is thus de
scribed In tlio last Usuo or tho ' Ledger : '
" About noon tho rain changed to snow
but thu air was still warm and damp witli
tho wind In tho south. About 3 o'clock
tho wind changed to tho north. In lues than
twenty minutes it changed from wurm
spring weathor to tho worst wintry storm
we evor witnessed. Tho wind blown pur
fect hurricane, and tho snow tilled tho air
so that a person could not see moru than
twenty fcot. Tho morning being eo pleas
ant, many farmers wore in town, and
many of thorn sturtod for home beforo thu
storm camo up, and doubtless suliortd,
many perhaps being frozon, for it seemed
as though it wore impos.lhlu for a man to
buout in tho storm (or half an hour with
out freezing to death. Thoso who wero in
town when tho Btorin hot in roiimlnid,
thero being u dozen or fifteen Scandinavi
an!, who slept In Ileard's store, besides
many who stopped at tho hotels and other
places in tlio villttge."
Among tho cases reported last ovening
by gentlemen arriving from tho Interiur
ot tho state, nro the following: lr, y
0. Clarke, traveling agent for 1'. F. Mc
Qulllun, weathered tho storm at a station
near Alexandria, and pronounces it m
furious beyond description. Between
Alexandria and Fergus Falls, eight per
sons are reportod frozon. Cattlu havo
been found dead or burlud in drifts, whoso
owners nro still missing. Ono woman
living neur Aleiandria remulnr-d two
nights and ono dav In n slelirli ami u-.
J alive, but to terribly frozen thul death was
certain. Her husband nnd father, who
started with her on Tuesday, wero found
dead near tho spot whoro sho was discov
ered. A rLKASAKT INCIDENT,
A school teacher, at Judson, Blue-earth
county, Hugh Jones and ho deserves the
record rotuscd to pormlt his scholars to
leave thu school house, and he kept, thorn
thoro forty-eight hours in safety and com
fortprocuring food nnd bed-clothing
from a man named John It. Griffiths.
This is nchcoring cxamplo of good judg
ment, interest in the safety of tho littlo
ones under his chargo, nnd coursgo to pro
vido for tholr wants, oven at the risk of
suffering nnd danger. Thoro woro from 30
to '10 children in tho school and tho num
ber goes to show how much Mr. Jones had
to do, to clothe, feed nnd warm thorn.
Ono man living near Judson lost his
horses in n ploeo of woods, nnd snvod him
self by remaining in n strnw stack 24
Vasiiinoton, Jnn. J4, 1873.
COTTO.V TAX IIKVUNDI.no UtLL.
Tlio hill for rofunding tho tax on cotton
collectod from tho South, has assumed a
rcmarkablo degrco of strength in tho houso
of representatives. A memorial has boon
presented to each member offcongrcss con
taining tho arguments of lion B. B. Cur
tl, lion. James Hughes, Hon. W. L.
Sharklry nnd Hon. llcrschel V. Johnson,
nnd memorials from tho legislatures of tho
Southern states, nnd figures and statistics
all of which eavo no doubt of tho justness
of this mcasuro. Tho memorial Is slgnod
by overy Southorn member, of both par
ties present, savo two, and theso will vote
for tho bill. It snys: "Wo intend to
press it in tho nnmo of our constituents
tho ontiro pcoplo of tho cotton states
claiming only what wo beliovo to bo tholr
own, nnd nsk n candid examination of the
subject, Tho supremo court having divi
ded equally upon tho constitutionality of
tho law, our pooplo havo no remedy save
in tho direct application to congross."
Tho 'Chronicle' here, Radical, vory pert!"
ncntly tas: "Those who havo stigmatized
this bill as simply n huge job, nro invited
to nnswer the question, whothor overy
member from tho South of both political
parties, Is corrupt and mercenary. Tho
opponents of tho bill wit bo thoso who aro
inscnsiblo to thoso higher feelings that
prompts reparation for it wrong dono.
From tho feeling that exists among mem
bers, I havo not tho least doubt of tho pas
sage of tho bill.
Yostcrdny Mr. Dawes wn boforo tho
Credit Mobilior Investigating committeo
nnd told his littlo story how ho bought
$1,000 worth of Credit Mobilior stock nnd
then got frightened and made tho congres
sional Mophistopliiles Oakos Ames
tuku it back, and so Mr. Dawes has cloar
skirts, if his talo bo true, which I, for ono.
do not doubt. Tho examination of Chas.
II. Noilson, son-in-law of Hon. James
Brooks, shows that tho latter put up tho
monoy for his son-in-law to purchase
101) shnres of tho stock, Mr. Brooks trans.
acting tho business but Mr. Neil-
son receiving tlio dividonds. Mr.
McCoinb and Mr. Brooks had quito
a tilt over their rcspectiro characters.
Tlio formor was cool and collected, whilo
Mr. Brooks was norvous and hasty, nnd
looking very badly, owing to his rocont
sickness. It is clalmod that boforo Mc
Coinb gets through ho will foveroly dam
ago a good many reputations. Ho says if
Amos cand nothing for bin frionds, it is
not his, (McComb's) placoto protect them
when ho is engngiid in u strugglo with tho
most powerful and unscrupulous corpora
tion in tho country.
CREDIT .MOIIILIKK AND UNION 1'AClriC
This committeo, of which Mr. Wilson is
chairman, met yesterday, when ho slated
that thu attorney general informod him
that two attorneys under tho Uundnll re
solution, would bo appointed to assist in
investigating tlio responsibility of tho
Credit Mobilior nnd Union Pacific railroad
to tho government, From tho words of
Mr. Sloeum, ono of tbo committee, it
would seem that thu railroad has at least
ono warm friend, but as ho is a fair
gentleman, ho will no doubt bo just to all
THE KANSAS llltlllEUY CASK.
Tlio investigation into thoSonator Cald
well bribory casu has disclosod that from
$1,000, n vote, up to $22,000 for Ex-Governor
Karnoy to withdraw from tho sen
atorial contest, had boon; paid. Tho revo
lations nro perfectly nstounding, but as
Senator Caldwell was not tho principal in
thu bribory, I doubt vory inuchjif ho will
he kicked out of thu sonata as ho deserves,
Thoro nro so many senators in n liko con
dition that a fellow feeling will mako
them wondrous kind. This is by odds tho
worst caso that ovor was Invosligatod.
THE WOMAN SUFTIUOISTH
Aro assembling horu inforeo, preparatory
to their national convention to be held on
Thursday land Friday of tills week, at
Lincoln hall. Thu "Woodhull and Clnllin
will bo on hand, notwithstanding their
recont sot-bnek, nnd Suo Anthony, thu
martyr, will nlso blazo.
Co.NTBACTOK AND IiuILDER
llai returned to Cairo and is prepared to
take contracts for
ALL KINDS OF BUILDINGS
And especially refers to hU past record in
Cairo ii" a builder.
Headquarter at It, II. Cumilnphum'H,
Commercial avenue. UcIcioiiitm to Iteed.V
.Mann, It. II. Cunningham aiid.Iulm Wood,
'Ml. , I.UItf.
FOR LADIES, MEN AND CIIH.DHKN,
Eighth St., Ht. Com. A Wash.,
lias Just opened a new and stylish estab
l.khmoiit, fully up to the times, and Invites
old customcrx and now, ladle, children and
all, to fuvor lilm with thulr patroimgp,
EST All work done lu tho Latest Style
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
100 BfllMtlse BlsertMUUatfl
Eighty; Miles the Shortest Ho ate
TO ST. LOTJIS
NO CHANGE OF CABS
FROM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CABS
OM CAIRO TO
Cincinnati, lllniollf, Toledo,
Detroit, CletrUnil, Nlnffsra Kills
Huflalo, I'lttMitiiK. , WMhlnaton.
Baltimore, 'Philadelphia, Nw York,
Boston and atl points cast.
Milwaukle, JsncMllle, , .. Madison.
LaCroste, Ht. Paul and all points north.
This is also the only direct mute to
Dceatur, Dloomlngton, Npringftd,
1'eorla, Quinor, . Keokuk,
Burlington; lloek Island, l Ballo,
Moodota, Dixon, FrMporl,
Gslena, Dubuque, Hloui Uity,
Omsna and all points northwest,
Eloqant Drawing Room Stooping Car
On all Night Trains.
Ilafgage Checked to all Important points.
For tickets and information, apply to I, C, K.U
depot nt alroi on board tne transit steamer tie
tweeu Columliua and Cairo, and at the prlnclp
railroad ticket offices throughout the touth.
W. P. JOHNSON, Oen'l Pass. Ag't, Chlcaio.
A. MitcniLi, Oen'l. Hup't. Chicago-
J. JOnNSON, Ag't, Cairo.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTUEASTEIIN It. It.
On and after Monday, April 24th, 1872
trains will run as follows:
TtillS OOIXO SOCTUIIST.
Leate Vlrilnis Otto a. m l:3Ap,m.
Hprlngfleld 0:0 ' 3:00 '
,' Tjrlorille loo ' 8. e "
Arme at Pan.- 11.10 6.17 "
IlilXB Q01KO XOSTUWIBT.
Leare Psna 4.ou a. m .3.M a. m.
" TbvIomiIIp S.40 " 4.5 "
Arrive at apnngfield...e.l1 " 6.08
Learn HpriniBeld. O.S " MO
Arnrent Virginia 8.5 " 8.16 11
tsaiks soma seCTOtisT,
Leare Rdgwood 5.30 . m. 10.10 p.tr
" Klora S,S .11.40 "
Arrive al Hhawneet'n .Si S IS
D I ALU B IK
BOAT STOEEa j
a BO CZRIIS,
Oni Lvb Caibo, III.
1IYLAND St SAUEU,
AND PEALKIta IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OF EVEHY DESCItlP'J'ION,
Corner Hltli street and Commercial a Venn j
next door to thu II) land saloon.
11-10 tf. CAIItO, ILLS.
AMD DMlSa IM
Eianm Strkkt, Bktwxkn Wasiiinotor
and Commercial Avinues,
AilJnlutnK Ul'tentioaaei nnd Ilanny'a
ll Uie bom or Heel, Pork, Mutton Veal.
I, Hint), SuKt'. etc., -nd are prepared lu ikrve
cituonH In tliti most iu-ckpUIiIh manner.
llOTCHKll AND DkaLKK IN ALL KINDS OF
COIINKH NlNKTKNTII AND 1'orLAlt ST8
IIuvk and daughters only the hent cattle
Iiol'k and cheeli. und in nrenared to 1111 unv
demand for fresh meuU from one pouud to
ten wiouwanu ionniH.
CAIRO CITY COAL
Is prepared to supidv customer with th
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
OltDEUS loft at Ilalllday Ilros. ofneo, 7
win" ,.r.?.r., ui iiiu vuui xuru ueiow uie
Ht. Charles Hotel, will receive prompt atten
tion. The Tua "Montauk" will bring coal
uiongsiue to sieanicro at any iiour.
PA11KEU A BLAKE,
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
Putty, Denalsse, Usuiollne,
And the celebrated illuminating
IIROAS' LOILUINf), OCR ilTO T. COM
Cairo .... Ilinois.
In order to make room for their SPUING
GOLDSTINE & ROSEN WATER
Ilavc determined to oiler their
ENTIRE STOCK OF FALL AND
ACTUAL COST PRICE!
Our Home Advertisers.
The block Is complete In all departments,
and the Announcement Is made lu Uood
alth. Now Is the time to get
lu all kinds of
The ppoulp are invited to call at OOLD
STINK A ItOSKN WATER'S and
HOME TRADE !
No. 104 COUMKKCIAL AVKNUK,
French, Scotch and American cuMmcrcs
of all colors, ami heaver und hroadvluths
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
And nude up InMlie
And nt the lowest price. A tine lit and Und
vhu work guaranteed. Satisfaction In ev
J. C. HUELS,
Late of St. I.oulx.
BOOK BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Corner Twelfth ktrect and Commercial Ave
III.ANlv HOOKS nf nvnrv ,l,.,l .l
with neatnesi and dlnpatch. All klndu of
ruling done at idiurt notice. Ulhles, Mutlc,
Magazines and I'erlodlcaN hound neat and
at the lowest poenlhle rates.
t-ouniy work, such u Records, Docket,
rve ltooks Itlaiike, etc., made a ipeelallty
, "VT1 1 "tkct 15ool",' Kuvelopes, etc.,
madu to order 1I.S4 tf.
H. T. UEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
Oa Kitter'a an.i l'lumter'i matonal. Wood
pumpr, K obe and angle Talrei, atop
auo aosnt roa
TnlU Rrothera Patent DrrGaaMnter
And Morenouse. Wells & Co'a Automatic Water
Indicator and Supply VaUe for steam boilers.
INTBR'a IILODK. CO MM Itan IAT.-AVKNr
WUUD I WOOD I I WOOD 1 1
The undersigned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Am cssvstpi II not Cheaper
had any wood dealer In Cairo. Leave order
on the slates at the l'ontofflce and at !Ion
coal yard, on Commercial avenue, between
Tenth and twelfth streets, Cairo. Illinois. 1
Klv Kood measure and will eord tho wood
up lr desired.
aUKlO-tr DENNIS HALEY.
MISS M. J. CARSOK
Wishes to call attention to her htockof Toy,
Notions and Fancy (Joods and Staple Artl
cles conHlsthur of DoIIh in great variety,
Ladle' Work-lioxes ol line (uullty, WrltliiJ
j)esks, Chi dren'a DUhes, 'Joy Wagons, Doll
llUKBies, Ilphhy Horses, Fine Silver-plated
JV are on Nickel Silver. Flno Table-knives,
hnapkln HIiirh. China Vases, and a Kood ne'
?c1lilMniiof,,iC"onl' Jewelry. Aluo tine
Call Hells, Pictures and l'lcturo Frames, and
many other ortlclcs too numerous to men
tlon. All aro Invited to call. No. IM) Com
iiicrclal avenue, between Ninth and Tenth
Corner Twenty-second street and Ohio
SUPERIOR BTEAM DRIED CORN
Always on hand, and at the lowest marks
price. Also a good articlo of
tmftn&ffi:. ''""Ve orders at HALLWAY
WtOTHKRS, or apply at the taUI.
OeHMHMiair A1V rOBWABBIHCI.
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
DEALERS IN FIOUR ;
And ignis ef
into UrU AMD KANAWHA
70 Ohio Levkk,
E. D. If ATHDM.. 1. 0 .U11I
MATHUSS & UHL,
Commissi on Merc h ants
IAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
J. M. PIIILLirS & CO.,
((Successors to E. D. Hendricie Co,)
Fonvarding and Commission
Liberal Adfaneemems made
Are prepared to receire, store and toroard
freighte to all points and buy and
sell on commiaaion,
arnimineaii allende I to promptly;
S. D. AVKIIS. K. J. AVKIlS.
AVERS & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 73 Oil lo Levkk, Caiko, Ills.
R. A. CUNNINGHAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND UKALKK IX
AND MILL FEED.
JOHN U. l'ULLIS Si SON,
(Bucceaaora to John II. Phlllif.)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Moal, Bran, &c,
Cor. TENTD-ST. and OU10 LEVE
G. M. ALDUJf,
Late of Thomas & Alden,
FLOUR, MEAL, QRAIN,I1AY, &c.
No, 135 Ohio Levee, Cairo.
tSTCash advances on Goods on sight.
Uevkiiences j City National Hank of
Cairo, Flmt N'utlonal Bank of Chlcaeo.
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS for FAIRDANK'S SCALES
Ohio Levee, CAIRO, UXINOIB.
WOOD RITTENHOUSE & BRO.
General Commission. Merchant
183 OHIO LlYJtB,
P. G. Schuh.
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NEW LIVERY STABLE
BETWEEN WASII'N AVENUE AND WALNUT
Dr. B. r. FleUs Informa tne public that be has
on the northweit side of Tenth street as lass
Ills Hiables will be furnished with none but the
AND GOOD VEHICLES,
and the public may he accommodated at al
hours of the day and night with safe teams
on the lowest terms.
I)r. Fields asks a share of public patronage
and will endeavor to merit it by fair dealing
and strict attention to business.
BEMIS, RROWN & CO.,
Agents Houx Cotton Mills
NO. 80 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Ills.
On Commercial avenue, between Twelfth
and Thirteenth streets.
QUESTS W1LL7IND GOOD ROOMS AND
THE VERY BEST OP BEDS
-A.T THIS HOTJQB:
Transient Patronage Solicited.
Mrs. Ellen McCarthy, l'ropr.