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THE OAIKO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, JULY 22, 1873.'
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JOHN H. OIIKIU'V. K.lllnr and Publisher
TKItSIS OK TltK DAIIA I'Ul.l.KTIN :
One week, by carrier
One year by carrier, In advance 10 00
One year by carrier It not pihl In
... 10 oo
Uno month, by mall
I'tireo month"... ..
Sir month. ... ...
One your .......
tuk nou.Ait wki:kly iiui.i.ktin
John II. Oltcrly h reduced tho sttbscrlp
tlon price oftho Wkkklv Caiho Hui.I.ktin
to Ono Dollar rcr annum, makini; It tho
itioipust p pjr puMWiod In Southern llllnol
UPHillnR miilti'r on iwr.v iiiibo.
Tho farmers of Normal township,
AlcClonri coiinly. are tnlLing of stftrtlhn n
Tho Carlinullo woolen mill, which
havo loon iJU) for n year past, worn put in
operation lad week.
A number of enterprising eitions of
Iluroittt county liavo formed a stork com
pany forllio purpose ufimHrtitic blooded
horses from franco.
A younc on of Alexander Johnson,
of Arcnzvillo, Cms county, aged 12 year,
was accidentally drowned in n creek near
Four toy balloons tied together wore
sent up Iroml'eorU on the Fourth of duly
and landed In Mackvlllo four hundred
miles anay. They wor. identified by the
canlt oftho owner uttncho.1 to them.
.Messrs. Jleatipro and (lebhnrt, of tint
citv, have f uceccded in rlosirif; a contract
with a firm in Now; Orleans to nianiifnet
ore tbo aiitoniitic life-boat in that city,
guaranteeing tho tlnifhing up "f ton life
boat! in ninety days 1 Metropolis Times.
The White Hall 'HcRlster' say. : Mr.
Scales, of Carrollton, now over 100 years
old, Is Just living, and daily expecting to
terminate, perhaps the longest life of any
citizen that ever lived in tho county. Mrs.
Klatt, Uvo rnilei west of town, 1 also over
W, and Is In tho lust stages of "Id ago and
A young man, named V.d. Daniels, of
Ulandluv'tlle, aged about eit-htcen yearn,
was drowned in HainVin't mill dam, near
that place, on last .Monday evening.
Young Daniels was a saddler by trade, in
dustrious and cvfl, and highly esteemed
by all tfioe acquainted with him. He and
eight or ton other young men wero in
bathing at tho samci time, and their etl'orls
to savo him from drowning wero unavail
ing. It was over half an hour before they
succeeded in recovering bis body, and all
efforts to restore bim to life proved unsuc
cessful. Macomb Englo.
W learn that on Thtirid.iy night of
last week, as Mr. Willam Kandall whs go
ing to his hotel in Sprlngtleld, 111., bo was
waj laid, beaten insensibly, nnd then rob
bed by two or moro of tho rullluns, of
which tho population or that delectable
city Is largely composed. Aftor robbing
him, tho monsters threw his insonsiblo
body across tho track of the Toledo, Wab
ash and Westorn railway track, and it
freight train which came along shortly af
ter, run over bim, sovcrinir both lege and
ono arm, killing him instantly. At the
inquest the physicians testified that tho in
urles which Mr. 11. had received proviou
to his beinc struck by the engine, wero not
Eeceisarily fatal, and bad not tho train
been going ut a rate of sp-:cd prohibited in
tho corporation, tbo painful idlalr would
not have ocrured, as there was light suf
ficient for the engineer to dlstingui.li
objects at a distance of ono block ahead on
tie tra:k. l'coria Democrat.
Two weeks ago to-day, Warren Hog
ersof Gcnosoe, Illinois, eloped with Mrs.
John Laurence of that place, she meet
ing him in Hock Island, mid from there
they started west, coining to Davenport,
with a span of burton, and n f.trin wagon.
Hogtrs is a joting man i yeara old,
mootb faeo. dark brown hair, and about
m feet eight Incho tall. .Mrs. Lawrences
"50 is twenty-sovun; dark hair and a httlo
gray m front, .piitii thick , t oyos, light
complexion, and is u very good-looking
woman. She look with her all tbo nor-
sunal propertv belonging to tho house, and
also meir hula sun, who,, name i Char
i .arunce, a vry bright irul
" years tins, lislu hair and
grey eyes. It appears that stealing other
men s wives run, it, u,,, (Muv Kb lwo ()
1J i .
jwger s ower brothers huvo eloped with
other men's t,ives in tbu last nifiit vm.r.
Mr. Lawrence u very much grieved over
..swnuuu ufoupio tbelimoor her
departure, ten years, without ever having
ft iHtlll V Lt ,1 .. . .
vv,.T ' .V . y iM- ripto.n whatever.
nuu no Kimii ,ii. uvurv
bunting for bis child.
in tho year 1801, after all tho January
coupons had been brought forward and re
gularly collected, and ho had boen callod
on lo inako out a full statomont of his ac
count for tho ntiditor, which In Itself was
full and satisfactory, It became known that
I would In a few days resign my placo In
tho cabinet, owing to tho eon tern plated
withdrawal of Mississippi from tho Union.
Then it was Mr. Ilslley tent mo bis con
fession that ho had, without my knowlodge
or consent In any way, delivered ovor lo
Messrs. Kussoll A- Co., largo government
contractor, bonds to tbo amount of $H'JI,
000, and taken In their stead acceptances
of tho secretary of war for tho same
amount. Ho stated that ho had taken tho
responsibility of doing this to savo tho
crodltoftho war department, and had not
advised mo of what ho hnil dotiu because
ho know I would condemn it and would
not allow him to touch a slnglo bond. As
soon n tho confession was received, tbo
keys of his snfo wero taken from him and
tbo contents carefully counted, and the
itato of thlngt showed his confession to bo
truo in every particular, Tho clerk was
dismissed for his infidelity to his trust, and
congress, then In session, was Informed by
n communicatlun from mo of what had
been dono, and this concluded with tbo re
quost that a committee, consisting exclus
ively of my political opponent", should be
appointed loexumlno into and report upon
ail tho facts. Tho commltleo was ap
pointed, nnd a most thorough search was
made Into all tho circutii'taticcs nnd facts
in tho case Tho committee wero un
animous in exonerating tbosccrotary from
all blamo whatever in tho matter, and their
report wail received by conuros without a
dissenting voice. TMi was at a tlmo when
party spirit ran high, out still at a time
whon members of congress scorned to en
deavor to all! i to tho namo of a public ser
vant any stlgmii unjustly aim ralsoly Ar
tor mofo than twelve years, thu auditor
reaches thu account, and by rejecting the
acceptance of tho war department, In
which, I think, be acted correctly, bo gives
this deficit a somotliing now.
The second auditor of I8il claims the
honor of making this discovery, when, in
truth, I was too lirst to make all tho tacts
known. Tor lidolity, etllclency and prompt
itude In the administration of tho in
terior department, from 18o7 to ISCI, I
am willing to bo compared with any ad
ministration of it either before or since
that time. Certain it is that no business
was twelvo yoars behind tlmo. 1 have
writton this much to you for your own In
formation. I would not have you Ignorr.nt
oftho facts, nut 1 bavo so often explained
this matter, and know so well tiiat ail
hnnorabla men are fully salistled with the
propriety of my conduct, that 1 must leave
maligners and the evil-disposed to think
and say what they pleaso. You can do
what you please In" saying anything to tho
editors. I do not suppose thoy meant to
do mo any injustice in publishing the dis
patch. If they had thought a minute,
thoy would havo remombercd publishing
my explanation, addressed to tho Cincin
nati Knqulror, which thov pronounced a
our truly, .J. Tnourso.V.
THE VIENNA EXPOSITION.
Of Cairo, In the lead, and In outer (o make loom fur hi lliiim ii'i'
now oilers lib entire stock of
Mock ot bill gcods,
SUMMER GOODS AT COST
Hi1 Mock eoinM In part of
( K rONA DINES, LAWNS,
M A KSAILLES, LINENS,
He will aUo "i ll all other good In proportion a.
inrilo rcpei't'iillv -illicit .in examination ol I I Mock, feeling aurcd that
can lie round In the .'itv.
$30,000 WORTH OP GOODS
ON AND AFTER
I will sell in v (Mitiro slock of
Dry Goods and Carpets
AT ACTUAL COST
As 1 am determined to close out my present busines soon a-poisiblo.
N IS. TO AVOID A Ms MISTAKES IIKIMIAITKH. THIS STOCK
WILL UK SOLO STIUIT1.V VOli CASH.
HKAL EM TAT K AUKNUY.
John y. Ilarman. cha. Thrupp
JOHN Q. HA KM AN A CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
COLL KOTO KS
North O r utill.i HI. nu.l Ohio l.eet
Oiler lor -ale at low llguren and eay term
the tallowing real ctutu :
No 1 An elegant cottage, corner Twelfth
and Loeii-t trcct, N'JT andlW, l 1, third ad.
Lot-above grade, ft lota in li 4, In what Is
known an tlu "Itldgo Week:" tkoe lots run
tlirom,'li the block irom Kiftecnth to Six
toelith AlreeU, and tho hot rt-pfifenci' prop
erty In the city adjoining property highly
No 'J Lot nil and 4. b 4T. eitv. Washinirtnti
avenue, between Thirteenth and Fourteenth
(drccus wet Mde. (iood two-.-tory building
on each lot.
No IlAI-o, vacant lot. "i anil l!, adjoining
the above. Lot II, b J.'J, city.
on bixtu Mreet, Miutli tide.
between Commercial and Vabington ave
nues will be -old In tract, to ull itirchaser,
very low and nnoaay term.
No t Lots 7 and s, b MS, corner ol Four
teenth and Poplar htreets, front on l'oplar
trcot, wet i-lile, opposite pot-o!liee block.
No r Splendid hulnuss bulldlug, rt'fl
deiiee III i-eeond nory, 0 room-, hull and
front and rear talrway. wateron both Moons
In iiumlier one condition: hltuated on north-
we.t corner ol Commercial avenue ami
.treet. A great bargain if Mild
duly 5, lhT,.
R. H. CUNNINGHAM.
C O V K H A S
Our Homo Advortiaors.
IjJlMMIHNION MEHOIIA JITH.
G KN ERA L AGENTS
w. II, Moms,
Noutj Publla o. Pub. arf tt. H Oom
K1KK, UULL. OAKOO, LI VK HTOOK
Our Homo Advertiaorg.
NUHTll AMKHIIU, Vk.,
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INTEHNATIONAL, N. T
DEALERS IN FIOUH;
Al.t kru. ol
OHIO MlVHH INIl UlNiWUl
H A r.'I.' OO M' H A IvTTlhlt-l.
PUTNAM, U A KIMIHII,
AMl- l,7 I
AMKHIUA.N OKNTKAI., MO.,
OONNEOTICUT MUTUAL. I.IKK.
If vwe.tio i'
THAVKI.KIM', IIAUTMIhll, I.IKK AND
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KAll.WAt I'AMSKNllKIW AHIIHA.NOIC
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HA FFUKD, MOJUUH A UANDKK,
71 (tlllO IIVM.
Jiirtrt l irnts II, Ills,
CITY NATIONAL IJANK, OAIKO
A. U. HAKFOKD. I'roildcnt;
S. H. TAYLOK. Vlce-l'resldeulj
II. IIYMLOI. Secretary and Treaturei
t. M. IUiolii, Omi. Uiiiatisi,
r. u.nrooarLiTH, rivLU.twaeH,
X. II, Ovaaiauusa, U, H, IUliilh,
j, m. riiiiiipt.
UcpualU ut ui AuiotiBl IttMMilf dlruna
tci sjenus upttstras.
NTKKKHT pal J oo doioill at lh rait ot an
M. Iiveui, pniwiiiuiui (nnfuii iiiidu aDplltlu-
bsr 1st, lDlrtt not wlih.lrann li tdJta linui.
illaUly Uilt e innclNil of the .ln.onl la, ILfteLi
KlTlox Idem cotiioiiDj Interest.
UAHHICU WOMEN AND Ulllt.IlftKN MAT
o t Hit mi am iuioin uii it.
Unco MCf biisluw dnr from a. in. iu 3 u.tu..
and HMurdar ,un lor HA VINO liKI'OMI a
uhi., rrouia to so mom.
7(1 Ohio Lkvkk,
EI RE AND iM AR1NE
NIAdAHA, N. V,,
MlliI.KIl St l'AKKKK, oehwania, n. y.,
1 Aaai-ta t,(Ji,7l 76
GENERAL COMMISSION I .unov.m, . T.,
J Anft. M
I HKI-UIILIC, N. T.,
I trrils 7ll,iM
' UumiirlrlDK the UBdrwrltri' At-oof ,
",, rONKKkl", H. T.,
Ant S7r Kt
..7'is i i"
Kt)KWAUl)INO il KKOH ANTrl,
DKALKKS IN PI.OUK, COHN
Oata, Hay, otc,
AdtNTS ioh KAIKUANK'rl .SUA LKH
Ohio Levee. CA1KO. 1LL1NOIM.
H R O -M O CHLOK A L U M
C A R 15 O L A T E OF L 1 K
PERMAN6ANA T E O F V 0 T A S II.
CARBOLIC ACID POWDER
CHLORIDE OF LIME
No Lntk i, 7 and !. li eltv. on
Commercial avenue, beweeii Fourth and
lltli Mreet-. Lot 'JO and li ".'I. eliv. mi
VahliiKton uenue, between Filth and
ixtli .iruet". I wm cay, price low.
No , Lot II, in h IS, on Nineteenth
tree!, between Commercial neuue and
oplar trcel a ureal bargain. LnfJ."., li .'i.'i,
tad.,ou U'ii-lilnL:t(iii nveiiiic.
o lwo erv dehirablo huslnes house
mil two ot. on sixth fctrcet between Coin-
merelal and Wa-hlugtoii avenues, will lie
Mild at tenm to pay pureha'cr rental of '1U
jier cent on invcbimeui.
No '.i-six huh in ii ai, it ad. I Ituti
ground. i'iWeaeli on eay pa) ineiiti.
o in i.n i aim ., in n n nortii comer ol
i'enth and Lecc htreeti. Itert liin-lnes loea-
tlnn In the city tenm eaiy. Lota'Jl, 'ii and
l- in li in, l t-t ud., souiii coi ner ol 'I'wenlletli ,
did roiiluratreelK. AIo threo lots in coin t-
huuso block, troiitliiK on l'oplar street. '
mi li a Miteiiuui iwo-niry lesiiienee on
nmtlieu-t corner of Walnut and Ninth
Hlieet, Willi two lot wry ilelrable prop
No VI l.oli. IS and 10, b 70 toiutli side i.l
rwenty-tlrt stieet, oijio.to "Coiiwnt
lllock" ei) dcliitble lor reldeuee pur- i
lifi.ei", cheap, '
No l;l A well improved farm oCJIO awe.
macrcuiidereultlaliiii; holi-chaud barn 1
uood orebauLbearlni; licen: iiiiiiiIiil. WlltlM' I
through I'aim aboe oNeillow, line iiluiii'i
mile Irom xtiillun and ilejiot ol Culm ,v m
Loul railroad. Will he Mild on eay lelin
lor t12J per acre.
Noll Ten ol the chilliest loin, in 1iii,k
'iT, 1st aildltlon, almw crude, bcautllill lesl
deuce location, will be sold at a iciil Imr-
uain. We call particular atleutlun to lid
propel t a. It will lie sold wry low.
A I'lNK CHASrK I'lilE ivi'vuriliri!!
I In addition to the loreK'iln we oiler lor
i.v c-iv, ii i vi. . i.,"; ... s.iie.ni li'.ie. a laiKo nuinlier ol vacant lot.
V.X ShUfhl AHj Ol T1IK INTl'lt l ditlcicut paria ot the city, finiiiaclni,' No
101. JACOH TllK.MI'SOV I 1 liii.iiics.and lesldwice puipcil).
ifEMl'ltlH, July 1&. 'Ihe l.illowint; Kp
ponred In the Avalanche thin munun
OxKOiii). illfi-i., July nth, .; i
To James M. Williamson, K.
Mr IiEAIi.SlK Your letter of ycstotday
was received by mo this evening' 1 thank
you for tbu extract clipped f'ruiu thu A
uUiiibe beaded "n lurgu delicti.' Thu facts
In this case are few, and have been to oftun
paraded buloru thu public in all thu dis
torted forms that malignity and prchidko
could give them, that 1 recurto them with
reluctance. I bavo always, bud faith in the
power of truth and Its ultimate triumph
ofer falsehood , lut after twelve wars thu
second auditor takes up tho account and
present! the matter to the public as thnii;h
aomotbinjj now had been di.eovured The
wLule case It this The department of
the Interior Is made the ctuiodian of the
bonds held In trust for various Indian
tribes. The Interest on these bonds is rn
gulstrly collected and paid over to their
tribes. A cloik in tho department is
charged with ibeit luttody, tid if the
couponi are regularly brought forward lor
collection, the head ofthodepurtrueiitpri
urooi.M matter of course, itut the bonds
on band. In this case, during my admln
lltratlon oftho duparluieut a Hairs, Itttiluy
aclark of high utanding and uuqnuitiom-.i
taleati, was charged with this duty Kur y
P O W 1) E It E D CHAKCOA L
FOfi SA-E AT LOW PRICES
UOllNHU WASHINGTON AVKN'UK AN I) HIllHTU STHKUT.
COFFEY. PACK & CO.,
A N Ii
riHtuiN'e runii, n. r.,
aXCUHITV, N. T. IIAK1NI,
tJtores. IhtelllBKs. Kurnllura. Uulla an.l Car
i gun, intureu ai rates a tatoraiieaa soiioj, fitt
uauvui asouriiT win warraau
1 raapoitruilr ask or lire clllsaasol Ca
sbarrof ttitir palronaji.
! TEUTON I A LIFE INSURANCE
COMMISSION MERCHANTS. ! OK OUIOAOO, ILLINOIS.
KLOUK AN U COUNTIIY I'KODUOK
KTO. 74 OHIO 1VJ3
ST. CHARLES HOTEL
I'OIlt I I
1 1 at w 1
111 Ki l l
M 1 1 f . ssssni . g
.Til II (till I 111 J I lift
'verS.-i.lKw ueres In Alexiinder and l'ubki
lOUlitles, ut inliea raiiKln Irom ii lo il.'i
periuie, anil ate prepiil'ci! to oiler luilllir:
Hu nts lo nurcna-ers Hint cannot lie eipialleii
tn t'uloraibi, i'liins or any oilier iil.u e or b
an) ottier nun." A lurKfuiiioiiuiot lainlo
the ery be.t ipiallly, iu AliiMindiTiiud l'u
uU eountle. Iielunulmr 10 the IMItmUi .....
Hal Itallrou.l vompuny, lor the sale o which
te at e tins utft-itt. will he sohl ten low and
on such e.iy tetui that u person ol Imlii.ui
mis habits, with loery small sum ot leadt
money, ian In a lew year- beiume Ihe
owner of a prodiieilw larm. 'u
iilals and ilesiiliitb.n ol all lainl. olleitil
for sale and w ill lake pleasuie In sliowlni.
ilirehasers the iiiieiy Titles lo .ill ImiiU
sold by us Kuar.iuteeil, and shown Inini ihe
patentee when n ipilred by abstiacls. a.,.
d) lo . JOHN 4i. IIAKJIAN A- Co., n
Cor. Sixth and l.itlee !-..( 'iiini. III.
.f tint 7. IhTil.
The S.i ul Clinical we" -Hid widel) kliimn Hie leading and
LARGKST HOTEL IN SOUTHERN ILLINOIS
And In all the appointment of a lirst-ela. house, Ins no compctior in Calio, and no supe
rior ill the tate olltsiile of Clilcatu.
The Saint Charles Is built Iu the most solid unit nibtatilial manner of brieW and Iron, h
foursiorles- in height, exeluslte ol liaetnetit and attic, has Irontaee ol 110 feet on the
Ohio river, li'i feet on SeeouU stieet and a wing tor culinary purposen; liln thorough repair
Hint will eotiitortahly aeeouuiinilate 'JOO gticstx. In now doing a line paying business, whieh
will b largely Inei t aed during the preset year hv the new railroails now being built Inlo
Caho, and wlinse depott will be III eloe pruxluilty to the house.
Parties wishing to engage In the hotel huine hae now an evcellciit opportunity to
puii liase the entile propeity. or one-third Intern! wills management of the business, in
i lilillng lurnlluie and gmiil will, on very reasonable teiini, at low ligiirea, and easy pa).
Care of Tlcknnr & Co., ST. LOU Iri,
Or 0. V. COCIIUAN.
tt I'l ididorilreet, .New Orleun.
KSTA III. INIl Kl IIS.'..
.1. O. .MATH EWSON,
COMM ISSION MERCHANT
Anil Agcut for
Haz.kii and DliroNT I'owhick Co ,
OKNtyuOrricK, 17'J WabiiinotonSt.
This Uerroan Life Insurance Conjoint
guarantees not ouly Paid-up 1'oliclea but
also a Value in Cash on the Noti-forfelture
JOHN A. UUOK, - - - President
U. KNOUEI.9UOKF, . . Secretary
JOHN W. I'ltUKSS,
Agent for Cairo and vivlulty.
' 11 ISM A HK HUM).
1 SKCTION NO. 47.
I Association for uromotlnir Life Insurance
and Hick Keller by weekly dues and mutual
I'O-operullun in oiijecln 01 puiillu lieuellt.
The Lite Innurauce Policies will he Issued
, hy the leutonla Lire Insurance Couipauy.
JOHN V. PHUKS3, Ao't.
W. IIYHI.OI'. Tr.a.urar.
I'HE (MTV NATIOaNAIj
HAN IC .
41 A I HO, IM.IKIlia
CAPITAL, - . 1011,000
W. f. HAI.I.ItiAT, frmJ.Lt,
IIKWKI I,. HAI.I.IOAT, Vic. Hrs.-1J.ai
A. ILHACKIIItlJ, Uaalilari
WAl.TKh IITHLOr-. A ..I. .1.1 IUl.ir
rltnT. Titl). K.itsaT II. Ulssisima.
Ilaaas I.. lliLlll ir. W. V. HtniLai.
Iltu. I), Wiuutisua, MTrnls lliau
. it. Oilman,
KHeliaaa;, 4'olai aatl Usslts-d Nlaloa
Hoatda BaaRtil aad Mold.
IiKI'OrtlTb rwirel, an J a (antral l,aoklO
FIRST NATIONAL HANK
ur (i a i m.
It. V. Mil. Licit, President.
.1. M. 1'llll.i.lKi. Vlce-I'reildint
CllAsj. CDNNIMlllAM, Cashier
OULLKUTlONd I'KOMPTLY MaUB.
EXOIIANHK, coin, tack aoloa aaJ UaiuJ
Htatra t arurltiva tuutlil aoJ ahU.
latlarral Allowed m 'lliue Dapaalla,
Will T K CO I. LA U PLAN IN(J MILL
N WAI.TKUSS, Froprlelor,
HARD and SOFT LUMBKU
LATU, SHINOLKiJ, OKUAK PO.STd
UOOllS, 8AHH, HLINDH
Kurnlslisj on sbortast notioc.
t'ommercinl avonuo, between Tenth arid
hoot ami Miiom
WIN KM AHUUCIOUHI.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WINSTON A CO.,
RI5AL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (cKniMIl IPLOOh) OHIO LIVItH,
IIijy and Siij, Real Khtatk,
nJllNlBH A11STUAOTS OK TITLK
Ami ir(re Uuot)aajas of KloJs!
I OLE WILD MILLS
I I'ninerni Twenty.sei ond slieel 1
1 ami tihlo .eee. )
M. I) (llJNTKIl,
CHOICE STEAM-DHIKI) CORN MKAI,
A BOOK roil THK MILLION '
A Private Connaolstr ta UsaHarrleil
or I boo about to Marry, on lb Phf alolof leal urn.
Jsrlas aud raralations of tba ssioal jjitani, l Hi i L
lalail illscoTtrlaa lo produclof and prartotlcs- cu
'rjjnc. praaanlng lb cemplailon, Ac,
V Tbls Is an taarastlos work of two b4M to I
V'.'J PC"' "ltB "earous BfiTlof,atiJ comnM
aluabU lDfomn,tlon for taoaa vbo ar marriit at
coui.mpiata marrlaia; stltl II Is a twok tbat ou.hi
to b wilar Ixk and ktj atxi sot laid caul,,,"!
i turn uoiiiv.i,
III lota to slllt the tluik'
1 I iu
B.atuaaraatlrrMiaMlasa) Sir rUliOttU. At..
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A YKI'iS ,V CO.,
GKNKItAI, COMMISSION MKKDHANTS
No. 78 Ohio Lkvkk, Oairo, Ii.i.m.
J. M. I'HILLIl'a,
Forwarding and Cominiaaion
VV U A H F- BO AT P HO Pit 1 KTO K
pr.ip ire I lo fonv.trd all kinds oMrels;lit"
lo nil point.
aw iiu.iui'o aitf odo.t to tiruiuptlr;
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No, MO OHIO I.KVKK,
3.'J0tf. OAIRO, ILLINOIS.
WOOD MITTENllOUSK & BBO
Ueueral CommiDBioo Merohan
U3 OHIO LstVaCK,
J WUOLE3ALK OHOOKKB, J
AUo, keep ciiDaUotlx on hatiil a mint cum
plain stock uf
nooTon and mmu wiiiskib'
Von, Madoria, Sherry and Catawba Win-
It. Smith ,1 Co, are ulso agent for ripen
eer. SleKuy ACo.'s I'lltsbtliK ule.ol w lilt Ii
larve slock is kept constantly on bund at
PAKKKIl A BLAK'K,
WALL PAPER. PAINTP,
follf, HaDBlssr, Uaaiilliir,
W IKDOW OLA8B.
Ami tli I'elel.raifil illuinlnalln
IIROM'l.t!II,IIIN(l OOP 11 Til ST. A (JO II
(IBHOli ' . V.,
Oaimo - . Illinois,
And buy your
3 d Ji-N A-J a W Vi -
Cor. T si III atrrcSaml f'otiiinerrlal A
I am now prep.tred to manulacture al '
siiiiij,'sljl.siicli a patent leather, morroco '
bilek and eall-skin boots., .Shoes, with hot
toes, eork and pump soles, .Scotch bottoms
and bevel ed;e or any othor style yon tvMi
I am alo iiiattttrtic'tiirint; an extra ipiallty
of billies' shoei. My material and work- )
luanshlp are warranted to be ol the best, I i
am deteriiilned to not be undersold for the ;
same ipiallly ot kooiK
Hepnlrlnj; done neatly and on short .'
notice H. .Ionkh.
BOAT STOB-S j
Ohio Lhvii (Jaiko, III
HKMLS, HKOWN .V CO.,
HA 0 M A N U FAO'I'U RE RS
Aiiknts Home ('otton Mii.i.h
.NO. N) Ohio t.cveo, Cairo, Ills,
VAU MANUFAOTOK V
For Sulo at Wholonale or Retail.
OOHNKIl ;1'JD-HTBHT AND OHIO LIVC
NKW YOltK STOAtK,
WUOLK8ALK AND RETAIL.
LAMOKkT VABIKTT ITOOK IK TUK OITT
GOODS SOLD VEKY OLOHK.
Curuer of Fllntileaallt alraaf assd S'osu
O. O. i'ATlKlt
J. f. SiAMHI.IC
WAHD & ROBKRTS,
Dkalkrh in Window Shahk.-,
Wall Pai-kk, I'ukb Wuiti
Lkap, Linoeid Oil
til'l HITS TUHI'KNTINB, OLUK
.SiuLt-Af, Alcohol, Etc., Ktc.
Washlugton avenue aud Eleveulb itrttt,
OAIKO, ' ILLINOI