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LL1N010 OKNTRAIi KA'MUIAD.
IP If 'tKiiwiuuvioAiJii ' l
Mallet.. VtolM; ....Dallv,
auprewa :uu p.m
freight a 4:00 a.m.,...exeept Sunday
Freight at i$0 p.m.,...
ARRIVB IT CAIRO.
Mail at 2:15 a.in.,.r.. Dally
BiprtM at .2.-00 pja,,. ...except tMday
freight at 0:15 a.tn.,rXeeept Meaday
vreigni at .7:iu p.n.,....ezciui ouaaay
rreigtitat 10.-0& p.ae......
168 2-17'if. JWW JoimsoW, Agent.
THE OAIBO AND VIN0ENNK8
On and 4Hr Sunday? February mp.ltfH,
trams wus im u iniiowa
Mound Otty, leave, ... Br22
Vienna, leave C:tB "
HanHlfff, leave 8:11) "
MorHa City, cv...,. t:l "
Uaial, arrive... i.
Canal, leave ..k:00 "
SrayrlHe, leave,... ...Huso "
fcutCaruiel,leeYa... .11:22 "
MetiMi, leave.... ..12:'i'i IMI.
1 ' 1 uuixa BOOTH.
, - PttfuwnKer,
0.111. Junction, Jev.. 7:1.'ia.m.
rVIWasines, leave 7 "
Ormrrliu, leave UJ8
Carml, arrive. 10:Ui
Cannl, leaver... 10:10
Koal City, leave 10:44
ararritburith. leave. ....11:43
Vienna, leave 1:77 r.M.
, Mound City, leave 'i-A'l "
, Cairo, arrive 3M '
i MOtJJfD OITT ACCOUUODATIOV.
Leave Cairo at 1120 a.m. and 0.15 p.m.
Leave Mound City at 12:36 p.m. and 0:10 p.m.
Freight tralni Hop over night at Carnil:
run from there at tnixed train, leaving at
' IM a.iu.; leaving Vlnccnnci at 7 p.m. the
taint evening Tor return trip.
At Cairo with the MWUilppl Central,
Mobile anp Ohio, for all jtoluu Mut; Cairo,
Arkansas anil Texa( for all point In Arkan
sas and Tcxm.
At Vlnccnnet: IndlanapolUand Vincennes
railway forlndlanapolls and all point north,
aaat and west; with Kvantrvllle and Craw
lordivlUe railway for Evantvlllc.Terra llauto,
UanvlUe, Chicago and all polnta north, cant
and west; with Ohio and Mltsittlppl rail,
way for til. Louis, Louisville, Cincinnati and
all points eatt and wct.
At Morrit City crotiinK the Sprlnslleld
and Ullaols Southeastern railway.
Ij. W. Palmer, Ocn'l Bup't.
)B. P. "Wilson, Gen'lTaisenger, ArL
HT. IX)UIS AND IR0X M0DXTIAX
AID SOUTHERN UAILRUAD.
Omnlbuiel arrlra at and depart from the
office corner Seventh utrtct aud Comiuer
clal Avenue a follow :
Through cxprtM, leave Xi noon, arrived
l.-OO p. ra.
Uharlcnton Accommodation, leave 9.00 a.
m.. aAd2:4&p. in.
" 'Jharlenon Acconmiodatlon, arrive, 10:30
a. ui.; and 1:15 p. m.
Tim loall polnta In Text and Arlan
1WRNTV-FOUR HOURS LESS THAN HY AXV
Time from Cairo to Little lto k 13 hoiin.
To Texarcana J2 houri.
To Jefferson. Texai, 23 hour.
To Marahall 26 houn.
ToShreteport, Loulilana, 2!) houn.
To Uallat, Texan, 'M houn.
To Hearne, Texa, 3.1 hour.
To Houston, Texat,41 houni.
To Ualvetton, Texai 44 boun.
U.JlXTKr.L, Chief Kntrlnoer.
CJJ'MlEtjUEMUot'na, Agcn:, Cairo.
Um Msrek !. INa.
OITY NATIONAL HAMK, OAIBO
A. B. 8AVKOBI), Praaldent;
H. B. TAYLOK, Vlca-Prealdent;
a. UVHLOP. Secretary and Traaiurtr
rt at. BaxnAT.
R. It. Ooaanaauii, U. V. Uaujoii,
JSTUUHT paid oa dapottU at tha raU ot tix
par teat. Mraaanm, March lttaad Btptam
r Ut. lattrattaot wlibdnwB U addtdlmm.
dUWlr to the pnaelpal of tb dtptttu, tktrtby
atvtM UMW ofesponad laktrut.
i U ARJUB WOMRH AJTB OHILDBH MAT
I ssrosiT MOMT
m r. HAIJilDAT, Frtldtal
HKflBT Lw HAXUDAT, VloPf8itltBl
A. B. aurr ORX, Oaahter 1
WALTKR HTBIiOP, Ataltttn Oaibltf
aao, O WiiAiMMoa.
Roaaar II. OcaaiaaaiH,
V7. 1. Htnmav,
xebama-e, Ootxt ad United amtea
UomA aWasht aad Sold.
DRP OMITS received, aad
a orl btnkloi
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
B. W. Millrb, PretldonU
J. M. Phillips, Vice-President.
C'HAS. OnXMUtOUAM, Catbior.
OOIiLlHTTIONH PKOKPTLY MAUB.
IHOHANOI, ooln, bask roles aad Ualt4
Jil BUtaa MOOlittM boasht tod told,
x MwtAUtvtU Time llopoatta
COFFEY, HARRISON Si CO.,
' (Siiqceieori to D. lturd &.Bon.)
k 9MMVm,aUhlU AMU WAT.
Wo 63 OUo LT, OAIBO, ILLS,
JOHN H. 0BERLY EDITOR;
The Situation Unchanged.
Tho Lerifllaturo in Sossion.
Message from Gov. Baxtor.
Littlk Hock. Ann. Mav 16. Krcnnt.
Ing the talal woundlnc of one raan by tho
plckott In the atroot lait nieht. and the
capture of several picket on each tide by
we cooMnaing jorcci, noining oi impor
tance tranaplred. I tay that becauio tho
plcketa and guar 4 firing hat become to
common that scarcely any attention what
ever ! paid to It, and thorunnlnj; In of
tho scouts of either lido U almost an
ourlr oeeurrenco. Hometimadurlni. tlm
nlcht oo e company of the
went across the river, and taking charge
of tho shops ot the Fort .Smith railroad.
found as engineer, and getting an engine
repaired started out at an early Lour this
moraine to bring in one or two compe
tes saia 10 co waning traniporiauon,and
Iso for the purposo of brWinir a taw
more msmlori of tbo legislatum. The
company returned, however, this mom.
ing. having accomplished their oblcct.
THI LEQIfll. ATUKK
met again this mornini; in tho Uittar
block, and on account of notei it was
discovered that there weie exactly forty
membtrs in tbo bouse, three lot than a
quorum, and eleven in the ssnats, alio
tbree abort of a quorum, both bodies
adjourned soon after, without transacting
any important business, me noun hold
ing a recess aeafn this aflemcm. bat
didn't even arrive at any concluskn as to
wnai wouiu oe the proipects ola-juorum
in tbo morning. I noticed amen tbo
new arrivals of the lower houie another
etrre, which makes in all five th.t now
it and hold daily communion with tboir
thlto bretberen. Some of Ultra. It li
said, ate llrooks men, but the two inter
viewed to-day by your correspondent are
openly for Ilaxttr, and said they fbould
stick to him through thick and tbin
Twonty-eoTun ex-union soldiers and
northern men havo Joined in a dispatch
to Senator ilorton and Oen.Jobn Coburn.
contradicting a telegram tent to thoie
gentlemen by Mr. z. YY. Kimu&n, a law
yer ot tbts city, to tho etisct that it the
llaxter government tucciods, northern
rutin will be didvun out of the state.
Tbo general asiembly met in joint con
vention this oven In ir and received the fol
lowing message from the governor :
Kxecutlve office, Kate of Arkatnas
. m Little Itock, May 14, lfiTi
Gentlomon of tbo oenato aud llouio of
Iteprtiantativei: As tho chief executivo
of tbo itate, I am vesttd with power to
convene the legislature on extraordinary
occasions, and deeming the present a time
that demands the vxerciie of that power,
have called you together to UeliLerato
and act upon matters ol grave import
anco to tbo people of tho state. It is a
source of plotAure to mo as well u of con
gratulation to the state, that you havo ai
ambled so promptly to the call. Doubt-
lets tne circumstances mat maao in necei-
arv for mo to asiembla you at tkis time
are known to you all. Tbo matter of
conte.t for the ofllce of governor of state
between the lion. Joseph llrooks and
yielf, having been paud upon at
vour last eesilon. wis supposed
to be finally settled, but during the lait
summor, after your adjournment, upon an
application far permisilon to file an infor
mation by the attorney.gcneral, for a writ
of que warranto te try my right to the
ofllce of governor, the sup'reme court de
cided and adjudicated that tbero
juriidiction In any court u -.no stnte to
try the quntlou, and thai tne icjlilature
alone could determine tne tamo. a. row
months after that time in another tmo in
which the right to tho auditor'i ofllce was
involved, that opinion was approved and
reaffirmed, and than it was universally un
derstood that the question was at reit.
Notwithstanding theao twodtclsioni,on
tbo 16th of lait month in a ca brought
by Joseph llrooks against mynlf in .he
circuit court of Pulaiki county, a deter
mination was arrived at in over-rulllng a
demurer to the jurisdiction of the couf-t
by a protended judgment by the authority
of wbieb llrooks claimed tho rlgbt to
oust mo from the ofllce of governor. In
my opinion the action of tho court wis
arbitrary and revolutionary, as it had no
jurisdiction whatever to render such a
judgment. So believing, I at once ad
dress myself to tho tatk of maintaining
my authority as governor. To my call to
suppress what I consider an armed insur
rection against the lawful authority of the
state government, tho people roiponded
promptly and In numbors greater than I
required, but in ray efforts to movo on the
state houso and to repoiien the samo, I
was thwarted bv the Interference of Fed
eral troops against whom I would not
make war, or pormit war to bo mado.
Tbui, preveatoi from auertlng my rights,
1 organized a sufficient force to protect
myfelf and those with anil around mo and
appealed to the national authorities under
tbe constitution of tho United Statei, for
aid to suppress such insurrection, and to
prevent domostio tiolonce. But in caio
aid could not be obUined from that source,
I proposed to convono the legiilature in
extraordinary sonionto settle tho question
which has boon uisd at a pretext for tho
unlawful oQorts against tbo stato govern
ment. To this requiiition the proildunt
rosponded, favoring your meeting
and guaranteeing you protection in your
deliberations. With this anuranso from
tbe chief maglstratu of the nation, I am
glad to meet you and oiproii the bono
that tkreugh an by your instrumentality
jteace, order and quietude may bo rostured
to the country. To you is submitted tbe
quostlon who Is tho governor of Arkansas
under the general olectlon hold on tho Clh
day of Novombor, A. D. 187J, and your
.early attention is invited to its contldora.
lion. Owing to tho unsettled condition
of affairs in our state and the groat
want of harmony In our laws,
statuary and constitutional, your earnest
attention is Invited to tho consideration
of tbo propriety of culling a constitu
tional convention, a move which 1 doom
at this time of absolute necessity. 1 nopu
it may be your pleasure to call a conven
tion of the state, in order that tho pooplo
may have an opportunity to speak nnd
act at once as they deem best. Should
there bo, in my opinion, a necessity for
actlpn on other matters by you at your
r - -
present meeting, I will indicate tho
same by special message Hoping that
your deliberations will result in restoring
order, confidence and proiperlty to the
pooplo. Eljsiia Daxtkr,
Oovernor of Arkansas,
Another Finance Bill Passed
By tho Sonate.
THE BILL WiLL PA8S THE
HOUSE WITHOUT MUCH
"Wasiiisbto.v, May 16. Tbo struggle
In tho senate over tbo finance bill reported
by Mr, Hbernun, was renewed to-day
with Increased and intense interest. It
will be romembercd that on yosterday
MrJtVrlghtof Iowa offered anamondment
redtjlng tho amount of United btates
notes to be rotired frctn CO per cent, upon
tbo increase of national bank notes, as
fixed by the committee, to 33 per cent.
Tbe debato on this amendment to-day
was by Mr. llayard and Mr. Washburn,
the latter making bis maiden speech and
bowing a fair amount ot ability. Both
speeches were against any Increaio
of tbo circulation. Tbe vote was
tken taken on Mr. Wright's amendment,
which was tho main issue betweon tbe ex
pansionists and the contractionists. The
farmer wero victorious and carried tho
amendment, much to Mr. Sherman's dis
gust, by 32 to 21. Tbe west and south gen
erally voted aye. But the Ohio senators
voted no. Mr. Alcorn of Miislisippi, and
Mr. Oilbert of florlda wero among tbe
accessions to tbo ranks of the expansion
ists. Mr. Chandler of Michigan. n m
disgusted at this deleat that he moved to
lay the bill on thJ table, for which motion
Mr. Shorman, tbo author of the bill, and
eighteen more of tbe'contractlonists voted.
.Mr. Wrlebl who conducted tbo fleht on
tbe side of tbe expansionlts, offered a
serins of amendments, all of which wero
adopted. By tbe second it was provided
that beforo any contraction of United
Stato notes occurred tho National Lank
notes should bo in excels of tbe blehest
previous outitandlne volume, and this was
carried by thirty to twenty-threo. Tbe
third amendment to the provision which
allows the greenbacks to be ruLded hero
after in a five por cent, gold bearing bond.
A feur and a half per cent, bond wu sub
stituted by 32 to 1C; Mossers. Davis and
Waibburn, of the bard money party,
being amongit the ayei. Mr. Wright's
fourth amendment increaiod tho term of
the bond from ten to fifteen years, which
was carried. Another amendment fol
lowed, and was carried, providing tkat
this funding should tako plaoo on tho 1st
of July, 1878, instead of the 1st of Janu
ary, 1877. The bill had now changed
suiucienuy to make r. entirety acceptable
to mo inuaiion party, ana on tne
other hand odious to the contractionists.
Tho Utter now devoloped tbeir tactics,
which were to antagonize with tho bill as
It stood, providing for free banking, a
icheme professing to give a redistribution
of forty-six millions of national bank
currency. This was o'fiered as a substitute
by Mr." Conklin, and strongly Incited
upon by him. It was not acceptable to
tho friends of relief for two reasons.
First, It gavo no additional circulation,
and second, that it was delusive, congress
having legislated directly to this end some
years ago, without securing one dollar ad
ditional circulation to the western and
Messrs. OonkKn, Sherman and Buck
ingham made speeches for tho amend
ment, and tho major portion of this strug
gle was to carry this substitute. Judge
Tburmaqcamo to their aid, Insisting that
tho porftng bill should become a law.
Mr. ZIortoa briefly ropliod to thee
spoeches, but ieoling that victory was at
hand for his friend avoided a general de
bato. Judgo Merrlmon at this stage brought
forward a proposition to substitute green
backs for national bank notes and to re
peal tho tax on stato banks. A good deal
of parliamentary fencing by Conklin and
others now followed, much hair splitting
debato by Mr. Edmunds and Judgo Thur
man and a long spocch by Mr. Edmunds,
pitched on tho usual suggestive and ex
cited style. Tke reiult, however, was a de
feat for Mr. Conklin' j proposition and a
preforence by the senate for the free
banking bill to the redistribution card
which Mr. Conklin cunningly endeavored
to slip Into the hand of the majority. Mr.
Merrlmon'i amendment was boaten over
whelmingly, as woro several attempts to
aramd by tbe minority. Tbe bill was also
amended an motion of Mr. Wright, so as
to provide that the funded greenbacks
shall bo rc-isiued by the treasury to ineel
current payments. Tbo bill having boea
now amended by the friends of Inflation
to suit their own viows, It was pasted by
25 to 19. Thero wero a good many sena
tors paired and soma abitnt on the final
voto. All preisnt voted si they had done
beforo en the senate bill, except Mr.
Howe, who, on this occasion voted with
tbo inflation party. Tbe bill a pasted is
regarded as a great triumph by the infla
tionists, and is bitterly denounced by the
contraotlonlsls. Tbe best opinion seems
to bo that it will pass the haute at an early
day and probably without debate or ro
feronco to a commltte.
Tho Republican inflationists claim that
the president will sign it, while the con
tractienisfs confidently f predict a voto.
Who in right remains to be seen.
Tho CiYil Rights Bill ami
THE SUIT AQAIHaT TBS CUICAUO AND AL
iSi'niKari kli. May 16. Tho action of
tho Chicago and Alton railroad company,
in taking the case ponding against it un
der the state low to tbo United States
court is recognized as themost important
step in tho railway contest in this state.
Our state law declares that cortain rates
made by tbe railroad commissioners shall
be prima fade evidence of what is just
and reasonable for cortain railroad ser
vlco, thus throwing tho burden of proof
in case of a suit on the railroad company.
But of course this kind of evidence would
not govern a United States court, and of
c:urio in a suit for extortion, such as was
brought against tho Chicago and Alton
railroad, tho stato would be obliged to
prove that tho rates charged woro unrea
sonable and extortionate, thus dofoallng
the whole Intent of the law.
Tho republlcan;pollticiaDi about town
- , oob. istk 13x1303007
CAIRO. SATURDAY. MAY 16. 1874.
are terribly porplexod, as tbe civil-rights
bill and Its amendments were pushed
through congress as an exclusively re
publican measure, and now with an elec
tion for stato officers at hand it returns to
plague its inventors and to bo used by
tbe railroads to evade the railroad law of
1873, tbo passagoof which was the boasted
effort of the samo party. Tno farmers
will make a great outcry when they meet
hero on June 10th, at tbe undisputed ob
stacle to tho enforcement of the railroad
law. The railread board has been
greatly oxereised to-day and proposed to
send a memorial to congress, asking such
a modification of the civil-rights bill as
would prevent interference with tho state
railroad law, but afterwards concluded
upon legal advice that tbo United Start
court could not take jurisdiction of tho
case, and therefore determined to meet tho
ease in its now aspect.
WANTED Every morchant
in Cairo and vicinity to know
that tbey can buy assorted stick
candy of HOSE & TEMME at
12 cents per pound at thoir man
ufactory. The goods can also be
obtained from the New York
Store at corresponding figures,
OOMMIMHIOM M EBC'II A NTH.
MILLER. &, PARKER,
FLOUK, CORN, OATS, HAY, 4c;
Agents for Fairbanks Scales.
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO, ILLS
PARKER & AXLEY.
Comer of Sth Street aid Wahlnou Ave,
3To. OO OIilo Xjovooi
B. Thlstlcwood. l J. Tutstlewood
THISTLEWOOD & CO.
Flour, Com, Oata, Hay, Ac.
-No. 78 OniO LHVEE,
. CAIRO, ILLINOIS
MJ5W YORK STOxtK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAROXsr VARIRTT STOCK IB TUB CITT
GOODS HOLD VEltY OLOBK.
Gurncr of Hlaeteeatb atroot ot Cotu
O. O. fATIKlt
rr"in fir-fN-i efriifirxjw
DR. M. HOWARD,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
OKKICE-COlt.NEU COMMERCIAL AV.
AND SIXTH UTItKET.
RESIDENCE Seventh street, between'
Waihlugtou Av. mid Walnut Street.
DR. W. J5LAUW
duacrs Illcck (upstairs) rorntr Elb titro
and Washington Avenue.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY.
Phil. H. Sanp,
Washington Ave. Cor. 8th Strict.
This i'a tho only nlnco in the Uily
American and French Candied. All
"COCK OP THE WALK1"
Andrew Lolir desires to let the people
know that he 1 mill living and dolus lual
neitat hit old tnnd In Cairo, and U ready to
receive anv order from tho city or country
for Soda Water, Cider, Ale, and fit. Lnnit
Ho has alw commenced tho manufactura
or the celebrated Uelfait OiiiRcrAle, which
it put up In soda water bottle, and Is the
llnett beverage ever yet manufactured foi
family ute. SOW-t-lm
I THE CAIRO CITY
are prepsre 1 to supply customers
with tho beat
leave onnnns at
trilalHtlav llro.'n offlrp. So. 70
. . . . . i
rgrHalllday llro. tVharrboat;
STAt KVvDtlan 31111: or
t3TAt tlx, oal tluinii. font il
Spdil Inducemenis io Lirgs tmmti
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
Ofllce over First National bank. S-IASni
John U.Mulkcy. Wtllam C. JlulUoy
MULKEY & HON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Office: KtKhth streot, between Commor
olal aud Wanhinj(ton avenues.
GREEN & 01LRERT,
OOUN8KLOHH AT LAW,
WiUlam II. Green, 1
Willitm D. QUUrt, OAIKO, II.UMOJ3.
Miles r. UtlWtrl,
VSpMlal atttstion xlieu to AJtutrtllr tad
f!0 oniOLHVMB.BOOka T avd b ovaa
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
OP . AM, KINDS, IIAHI) AND SOFT,
' ' ' '' Keep eohtlaiillj' on hand
ALHO. I AT II ,
land Yard,! 1
and Ohio Levee.
II. WA11DNER, W.l).
II, 0. STALKER, M. D.
Oilce aud retldeiise 111 Comuircjol Ave
noxt door to tbe AthenenBi. -AI-lB-tt.
wlicro tlicro ia n Qenoral Assortment of
I ask ia to call and cxamino thorn for
C. N. HUGHES,
General Insurance Agent
Ohio Lovco, over Mnthus Si UhlV.
OayJfo,i but jint-clati Vvmpania
Safford, Morris & Cantleo,
73 Ohio Lcvcc, City National -Rank
-Hutlding, Uahio, Ills.
The oldcat patabllthi-l Agency In Southern
llliuoU, rypii -uitliijf over
of tlio best Inturauco Capital ol tlin IJ. S
And Dealer in
Eimim SmiciT. urt. WAsiitKuTOtf avi
Uomuekcial, AV.ndjoiniii; Hanny .
Keep the bet oflleef, l'ork, Mutton veal,
l.amli, Sausage, etc., nnd Ih prepared to
si'no I'jliilllr. In it ucccptjiblo liuiini't.
J AS. KYN ASTON
And Denier In
ALL KINDS OF FKKSII MEATS
Near Cor. Twentieth Street and
HYLAND & SAUR,
And Dealer in
CHOICE FRESH MEATS,
Of very tlecrlptioii,
Cor. 10th Street ami Commercial Arenut',1
Auxt door to tlio llj land Saloon.
IIKAX KMT At K AUCIUr.
John Q, llarmin.- Chas.Tlieip
J. Q. HARMAN &. CO.
Ami lniil Affent of Uic IIIIikiN Central aud
lliirllngtmi and MlMtoiiri II. It. Cut.
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Lovco,
C. WINSTON & CO,
Real Estate Agents,
71 Ohio Levee, (Second Floor,)
n!iy ami Sell IIKAL KSTATI3, lav TXXVA
I'lirulslici Abtractt of Title.
DAN I EL LAMl'ERT
, . AND
HAIB ID H 33 G S 33 33,
Itlgh'.h' Street,. bptyeii AVathiUKton .and
MATHUS8 Su UHL,
Forwarding & General
F1lc'a,9.UAIN. IJAY AND
Om Lr.VEt, . Cairo. Ivim.
Vfood Rittenliouso & Brother
GtNF.nAi. Commission lEnoifAivT,
133 Ohio Lcvco; Cairo.
U.AYIHS. . - : - . - K. J. ATaUia
AYER3 & CO.,
F L O If B
GENERAL COMMISSION MER0H1HIS
Mo. TH IiHYx.OwioOAjTio,Irvjs.
J. M. PHILL1P8,
l'rcprcparod to forward nil kindi of
Freight to all pointa.
JSCT'llUdlneti attended to promptly.
J. IC, Lane.
LEVY & LANE,
Succtssor to U. I.ovy
aud dealers In
HIDES, FURS, FEATHERS,
Orders and Consignment .Solicited.
No. 91 Ohio Levee. CAIKO, ttt.
11. A. Tnom
L D. Thai
THOMa & RROTII3IR,
Succesosrs'to II. MJIulen,
A-'fD BHALXKn ES
ntnpln itsrt Vanrj (1 report
Koretgn and Domettto
134 Commorrial Avenue,
OAIKO. - . I1.LINOD3.
And Dealer lit
Lime, Coment, Plaster, Hair, Sco.
X2TX will fell In car load lot.s at luauufao
HirerapriccH, adding freight.
JOHN B. PHILLIS & SON,
(Suocosnor to John It. l'lilllu,)
FORWArUNG MERCHANTS,! I
MEAL, BRAN, &e.
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STRATTON & BIRD
Agents American Potvdor Company,
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G. p. WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer In
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No. 7fl Ohio Lovee. UA1U0, ILLS
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Groceries, Provisions, Etc,',
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