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LL1NOI8 OKNTRAL KABOAD.
' 11 X TitAms lxavk cAino
Mall at H:15u.m., Dally.
r.xnressa sum n.m
ISA ..iOV jl.llJ...... .... ,
tn 4:00 a.m., ...except Sunday
tat ...UtfA a.m......
tat .. 40 p.m.,. " '
Aiintvu at ritun
Mall at 1-30 a.m.,... Dally
Kxprc at '-!:05 p.ni.,,,,. except Sunday
Freight at ,...7:fi0 n.m.,,. ..except Monday
r rcigui ai,,,,.ii';ui IMll., except Dunuay
rroigiiiai...,.,:i;u p.m...... " "
1M 'i-17-tf. .lAMKH.lOIIMeW, Agent
TUB CAIRO AND V1N01HN18
it i . i JyiMR.
AIHO TO' 'I'ulNNArt AND LOIIM
On unit after .lun7tn" passenger tMtaa
in run u.iny except nnuuayii m loiiowa 1
Cat to, leave ... .V. . i . . i .&: A. M.
vicuna, arrive X..j,..7li"-
HarrUburiyarrlve .Tt.iTi J9M V "
.''urti Clty.arrtre ......iWHH
.Jamil, arrhu ,10:.V)
'irayvilhyirrlve JTK...lliW "
lt:Caniil,iiittTo.,. 12:10 r. M
Vlnceunc. arrive.,?. i..lM' '
I'nlnn llittinf. arrivn '" li-lft '
1- leave, ilw 'V
i fl , . . . , . .
Cairo, nrriro ,
iV(irrl City, arrive. . .............
Ml Canncl, arrho.......
luccnnc. leave .r. .......
" Union Depot, leave......
' Inclnmitl, fcavo
CM A. M.
At I. innl wllli J.oul unil Southeastern
train tonml IroitiKvnrmlllo and point Wct;
l.ntlpg ttdro, " ft"1
Artmiig In l.'ilniayiric 3:iru'. W.
Aiilvtn In Cairo use "
At luttnnei Hli (Jblu and llwlilpl
rait nny fur Clnclnuatl aud UmiIivIIIo, aJj
II point cant and veit;tvUIi Jndlauap
(ilM and Vlueennea railway lor
ImlUimiKjlU mid all point nortli,
at and et; wlUi KvannYllle and Craw
lorilIUe railway for Kvaiuvllie.Terra Haute,
Dnntlllo, Culcaijoaud all polnti nurth, eatt
a ii 1 Went.
At Norrin City with Hie Hprtnuliold
ami lllnuln Houtlieutcru railway for .Sliaw.
Iitctown and .Sprlnjilli'Id, 111., and Jiulnti
At alro with tin: JIIN.Iipl Cvntrnl,
mnl .lulillu and Olilo, fur all point- toiitli;
ili( alrii.Arkaii'an and Ti'xa,fir all polnu
in Ark:una ainlTcxaK.
MOUND CITT ACCOUUOPVriOX.
Lcavci Cairo 13:20 i. m.
" Mound Clly ISM) "
Mj II. (looiiiiicil. (ien'1 Ticket Ag't.
ST. I.0CIS I HON M0D.VTAI.V
AMI SOL'THKKX ItAILHOAD.
Omiiiliile arrive ntand depart from the
oltlee corner Hcvetitli street and Coinmer
clnl Avenue a Inllows
Tfvai Uxprcii leave 1K0 a.m. Arm ex
2:!0 n. III.
iirIrtoii Accommodation leavea lOTfl
a.m. Arrhci U;Ca. in.
Columliui Aecomodallon leavea 4:00 p. in.
Arrive Irfa p. ni.
TWWiTV.KOUI. IIOCIW I.EM TII1K II V JINV
Time from Cafro to l.lltlo Itook 13 hour.
To Texnrcana 22 hour.
To JciritKon, Texan, 25 hours.
'I'd Mar-ball aC hour.
' To Miruvcpnrt, Joul.lana, at hour.
To Dall.i", l ia., 31 hour.
To Hcarne, Texun, .'W hourn.
'!' Ilou-too, Tcxni,41 houtT.
To Oalvetou, Taxni 4t hour.
D. Axtem.. Chief KtiKlnocr.
V. W. Ili:jl":MlioL'lUi, Auent, Cairo.
I'liilll vnu hive examined the onlv com-
lelo and lareittoek nf Uonfeetlouery ever
tut in CaJru. .JJvery, dealer nhould know
lie can liny licapcranu lutter kooiI- wncre
thry are made, thnn from Vccnnd hand deal
er. Jtemeinher llicruli but ono place to do
ROSE L TEMME
Alauufacturen, AV'holeal and
llotall Doalera In
No. ITU Wmtlnnton Av.
Look tn your Interest and buy direct from
the only Mantifacturln); Confectioner In
ttKAl. KflTAl'K AWUIU.
J. Q. HARM AN &. CO.
And Land Aj,'cntNot the IIIIiioIh Central and
Ilurllugton ami .MUMiuri it. it. ion.
Nortli Cor. .Sixth and Ohio Lovco,
C, WINSTON," CO, .
llofiV Estate Agents',
7-1 Omo Lkvek, (Second Floor,)
, CAIRO. ILI. .
tluy and Sell HKAt. KSTATK. l'a'y TAXES
Ktiruliiliea Aliiitraet of Title.
A man internum? t do lnisiios4 mut nit
uronare lilm-cll to miet the renulremenu
of lili ciMtoruera : next lio inuit let every
iiotsllile orirqhablB eimtomur know that lie
la HO preparmi. in urj uiu uu
iniiy Tr.M. all the people what lie can do. In
i.t-nnnr V illktt rl hlltntl. Will liH etnciL
clou, bill VIIOKVXK 18 IN A M.ACK
ji.NouiuiTo surroiiT a nkwhi-apiir wili,
uiunllliTlT III Till! CIIKAI'KST MKPIUM
1 HltO 1011 WHICH TOi ADDKKbs TIIK PUflLIC,
. i kiki Mil
O Ohio Ixevco
Tim riautcr'o JIouno is located ou Qhio IjOyco Strccl in
JOTS A1STDSTEAMB0 LANDINGS
And In thb CcnUfoftho Jl5ilns I'ortlon of 'tlld City. (TIib IIou.o in now
nnd complete In nil Its appolrittncntH. The roome, nre larconnd nlrVboxidos
being elegantly furnished and carpeted. OuCBta will receive courteous treat
ment and tho beat of kccbmniodatiooH.
Transient Guests 2 7erfDFTl)ayai()ar(lcrs$20 per Ivrontli.
A Trusty WaicH' for 'Trainband Boats Day and Night.
Lll!l,: IWIM DM GOODS
GREAT REDUCTION UT PRICES
Cor.. 8th St. and
LAEGE STOCK OP' DRESS GOODS
LAWNS, S LUTINGS,
JAPANESE SILKS, SIL.1V I'Ul'LiiiNS,
LARGE STOCK OE WHITE QOQUS, Victoria Lawns.
Swiss. Marsailles and a Lanre
Stock will be sold at Actual
Call and be convinced of Great JJargains.
TERMS, STRICTLY CASH.
' 00 7-S-tf.
Bristol & Stilwell
Keep every thini; pertuiuinR to tho
lino of Stnplo and Fancy Urocerica,
Wiiodenwavo, A'ectablcs, I'ruitB, Ax'.,
Fruit bars 'usfcrc$vdi
The Queen Mason's Porce
lain Idned iop.' Laest lm
proved j ellu 'Glasses,
No 32 EIGffHSt.
CAlIiq, ILLINOIS. SATURDAY. AUGUST 22, 1874.
- CAIRO, ILLS
TO RAILROAD, BE-
for Sale at
Stouk ofRibbons This entire
osi, auu conii.nue unui it is
1 THE CAIRO CITY 1
I Are prepared to atipply ciiBtomersI
I with the nost
I.KAVK OUDK1I8 AT
tSTlIalllduy liro.'e olllee, So.
jSiirAi i.(typiian.aiiijj or
ISTAt the coal dump, foot of F
To tho Hditor nl Tiik Ilm.i.nTiN:
i:nTi:i:Miii) FniKNn : Vol) will plcao In
form your reader thftt ljiave Jo'HiVO,
cuke von coxsuMrxioN
ami nil tllKordvrH of tlio Throat and Luugft,
and that, by It u mi In my practice, I have
cured hundred of cases, und will glvo
or a -jto u will not, boneUL, Indeed, m
trong liunv faith.' ,1 will send a SAmpi-k,
iitKK.toOTrsiiil'urer udilrp.lns me.
1'leaao show tills letter to anv one von mn
OSiowwho 1 Millcrlnpf from theso ilUeaae,
uu (iuiie,iuuiiniiiy lutirs,
( DR. .T.F.BURT,
HWllliaiu N t. Xw Vor
And Dealer in
KldllTII KTllltBT, IIKT. "WASHIKUTOK AMD
OcMMKHClAL.AvK.ailiolnlni; Jlaony s.
Keeps the bent bfHeel.'rnrkrdtldn veal,
l.mob, Baungc, etc., und I prepared to
tui'Ve luiniiie in u accepiauio manner.
HOW MOULTON CAME
TO COMPaOMJSE THE
ULS SKCONJ) statkmj:n.t
WILL JJE rURLISIIJiU TO
THE SCANDAL A MATTER
OFFICIAL RECORD AT
TILTO.S'a ANSWKH TO IILKC'UKR.
tlVom the New York ller.tld, Aliguit 18.1
Air. Til ton baa promised to make a
reply to ill. Usocher uttor Mr. Moulton
lin pukin. It will La found, howovor,
abat tho Outline of tbat reply' I given be
low. It was comuuuioalud to a friend of
.Mr. Tilton'a on Sunday for publication,
uud 1 in every lluo indoried by Mr. Tit
toaai hi nuiwr to tho d.fenae of tbo
lJyiuouth pastor. It attack aomu of tho
Incidental detalli of Mr. lleecher atatt
mCnt, and only render! It- inor. i mpo ra
ti vo that Mr. Mouiton .fhould explain
what Mr. Tilton allege bol entirely Ig
Mn. Tilton did not make her confut
lion ai Mr. liaecher atatu it. She made
it July 3, 1870. Shovrai not lick or feeble ;
the waj In perfect, robust health. ,3ha
bad boen llvo weokt in tbo country; no
ono called her home, no one azpected her.
Within ono hour attar tbo crime into the'
houta iho entered Mr. Tllton's room, and
made a full, clean confeiilori. No con
variation cllo4 it out; co alluiion had
baon caado to tho subject oftbeconfenlon.
Up to that hour Mr. Tilton bad no iui
nielon of anytbiD; wrong botwocn bis
-wile and Mr, lioecbur, and tbat was six
l.looth bifaro the timo named by Mr.
Ik'iciibr. 'J.'ha ground ot the oontculon
wai not tho i.'ncomtnittod.but tho wretch
edne iwd dog.'odatlon ariilng from tbo
deception practiced. Tho oCfe"!"" wa
repeated to the mother (Mrs. MoriC;- and
to btber wuuto namuaare meniiooeu,
Mr Tilton den.'u that ho wont to Mr
ik'ochor to liavu birn inlercode with
llowen. There was no need of any inter
cession. Tbu scaiio iu tho locked clinm
her wan on tho UOth of December. Five
days boforo, Tlllou had inado with Uoyvon
two contract, each runninK for live ycari.
lly the ene ho was to edit tho Union, by
thii other bo wa to correspond for th
Itidopundent, tho salary in each case te
bo $1,000 a year. Tho day aftor Decem
ber ill the apology was oivon, Tilton re
ceived from llowen a letter breaking hit
ovutractc, and Mr lleecher did tho deed.
Mr 'Tilton denies that no received any
money from Mr Hecher. On onjy two
cabus could Mr Iioeuher have paid ti dol
lar. If he paid money In eitlior case. -Mr
Tilton knew nothing about it. In tho
one cuie.'a capital was formed for tho
Ojltlon Age. Tilton put In some money.
Frank Moultcn put In from $5,000 to
$3,000. If Mr liocchor paid In any
money, Tjlton ncvor heard of It till
, Jf cache r'i itatoment came out. Tbo other
erne was money paid for tbo education of
a girl sent out West. Mho was a waif
an illegitimate child. Sho whs takon Into
Mr Tllton's hooto out of charity, Bha
found out tbo confession. It was thought
bet to sond Iter away for an education.
Mrs Tilton rec;ivod all the bills, and tbeso
were paid by Frank Mouiton.
Tilton pronounces Mr. Ileochor's ac
count of bis remvrse a asllnploablurdlty.
If Mr. Tilton "condoned bis wife's fauty,"
there was a fault to be condoned. That
word applies to but orto wrong. Why
should Mr., lleechor livo on the "ragged
edgo of remorse" for turoo and a half years
for advice given that was not followed ?
Why sheuld he bavo yoars of sorrow fr
breaking up a homo which was not broken
up, as Mrs. Tilton'a letters clearly show 1
The quotation from Mr, ltecber't let
ter are acknowledged to be correct ex
tracts, liut two variations aro pointed
out, and those are Immaterial. In each
case tbo whole, letter dyoi Mr, lleecher
moro damage than tho extract.
The printed loiter of.'Mra. Tilton cover
tno wuoie time irom loo? onwaru, uunng
which Mrs. Tilton was alleged to tuUer
from the neglect and cruel treatment of
hor husband, Tho letlors are more speci
mens of love and alleclion which Mri.
Tilton profosiod to her husband. They
wore preserved by herself, both those sent
nnd tuoee recolved. They woro full COO
in ndmbor. most of tbem lone letters, cov
ering throo pages, and occupying a period
from IBott to too conireiiuu, xnoso not
printed aro equally full and Rushing.
It! When Mrs. Morse received hor daugb'
ters confession eno aia, "Jillzabotb, now
look out for a divorce" This Idea
haunted tho motbor, and from tbat grave
attacks wore made on Mr, Tilton' charac
ter. The trial or Mr. Uecchor by a commit
too of hi own choosing Is simply a farce,
Tbo remit was forshadowed at tbo start.
Not many men would bo'convicted In our
court if tho acauied solectod his own
judge and jury, shut out the aqcusor, and
made the crosa-eiammatlon a more
excuse for ullmg.the chinks nnd straight
enlng out tho testimony. Mr. Tllton's
statement I tbo complaint. Mr. Iloocher's
dofonio 1 tho answer. Now comes the
trial and the proof, .iioulton must now
spoak. llv must'eome to tho'front. Ho
dan no loDgor keep silence. Tlioro will
bo no backward stopi taken, Compioinlso
la nut 0 f the nueetlon. Mr. llnnolmr'.
aavago attaok on tbo best friend be ever
.nau, makes priyatu au.kigment impossible,
A few Jay will decide, the couro ot
TUB JIUSTOM-HOUtt)? TltpyiHES.
fWathlngtou DlMiati-U to the New York
The name of, Henry, Ward lleooher
having beon connected wUh the houso of
which Mr. Frank Mo-tltbn'ls a'partner.m
regard, to certain aliened lrrvgiUHtl4
amounting to ajinaoi souu iur remov
Ine bondod'eood frbm 'warohouso 'with
out fulillliog the treasury regulation, the
treasury aopartmeni auiuofize tuo state
ment tbat the offense was so strictly tech
nlcal as reatlv not to amount to vlok
tion of tho law; but, Secretary Klcliard-
son having itupotod) the lino, the law
mado it impcrattVo to collect it, with no
power to romlt. It wa siibuqimiitly
made clear that tbo Qno was impoied on
ex parte evidence, and the Arm were told
to look to congress for relief. Mr, Ueeeher
and Mr, Mouiton fame to Wasoington for
the pdrpose of having the tine remitted
by congreu. The moiety business made
Jayno, who I Moutton'i friend, unpopu
lar, and the Sanborn contract helped to
strengthen tbo disfavor of remission of
Ones, forfeitures and ponaltles. Ho Mesn.
Ueochor and Moultan eoncludod
ti defer prosilng the claim un
til the next session of congress.
While tho matter was pending, the
Treasury offlelals wero acquainted, long
before the public, with what would bo tho
scope of tbo Tllton-Deocbor scandnl. The
rotations ot each momber of the lleecher-Moulton-Tllton
trinity are amaltor of offi
cial rocord in tho treasury department,
and it Is a wonder, among thoso who
bavo known of the excepted exposition,
that it did not occur lon ago. Black
mail, it is alleged, sooms to have botn the
atrofig cord which bound Jayno and
Modlton togothor, and a the lattor wa
tbroatored with exposure on account of
alleged technical violation of the revenuo
law, the former did all In hi power to
firevonltho conipiratlors from succedlng
n their design.
It is now said in tho treasury depart
ment tbat Plymouth church has failed to
tumtuon a most Important wltnest In neg
lecting Jayne. lio can a tale unfold moro
interesting than all the rost, and show, if
ho willj to what extent the scandal is a
matter of official record,
From tho Utlca (N. Y.) Observor.
VVo suppose it is no secret to tho publlo
that the Urm of Woodruff A: Koblnson, of
which Francis D Mouiton is the senior
partucr, woro charged by cortaiu custom
bouse official! with perpotrntlng frauds
upon tho revenuo similar to those on
which tbo house of I'helpj, Dodgo & Co.
was arraigned. Tho case was set forth in
an Interesting lcttor from Now York,
?rnted tn the Observer nearly a year ago.
t Is revived now in tho form ot a threat
ascribed to "Mr Boochar, to expose Moul
ton's dealings with tho government if he
does not keep silent in regard to tho scan
dal. Kmanatlng from the alleged victim
of a conspiracy, such a threat sounds odd,
to say tho least. Wo bosltato to bellevo
that Mr Beechnr would report to such
means to procuro the silcnco of suoh an
THE 1I1STOUY 01' DISS IE.
From the Brooklyn Eagle.
Tbero haa been an occasional mention
In tha Tilton-Beecbor acandal of a voune
woman named Ucssio, who, it seems was
one of the wllneeies examined by tbo in
vestigating committee, and of' whom Mr.
Tilton ii reportod to have mado some rev
elation concerning her knowledge of the
lntlmaev between hi wifo and Mr.
i,...(, . Tbore is a uiost .romantic bli-
tory Involve 'Q ,h0 Pon!ity o t Menle,
apart from bei Connection with the
"goat-scandal." It PJ"1! JlTEL that
has been learned in r(..:l,,n
.h. a. Uterally a waif, who,
younR, presented herself at tho .(.,
Mr. Tllton's home and asked for sht. .'
as she had no homo hor anv friend to
whom sue could appply for
aihlstance. Sho was takon in
and kindly treated, and after awhile it
was discovered tbat she was the daugbtor
of a well-known Tammany politician in
iiuw iui, -who una neen uivorrod irom
hi wife, and refused to make any provl
vision for hU child. Later it was dis
covered tbat tbo mothor of Iloisio was liv
ing in opulonce in Fifth avenuo, and tho
Tilton took the young sjlrl in a carriage
ono day to tbo splendid residence of hor
unuutural parent, who refused to see her
or do anything (or her. liesslo is said to
have beon a very docilo, bright, and ami
able clrl, quick to learn, fair In comnlez.
loo, modest in demeanor, but of a tad and
drooping manner, ai if she foil tho pres-
enco ci unpenning uangor. Tho tamo
Fuddonly misfortunos which attended her
from hor inrnncy, still appoar to surround
hor in bringing her so conspicuously bo
fore the publlo in connection with the
" great jcandal."
Special Ulcpiitcli to the Chicago Tribune.
HfllflTAv'fl 'f. . I, 1.
Nw Yoiik, August 19. Boyond the
anticipation that a gtartllng statoment
from .Mouiton ana a run ropert or tbo
work of the committee will be presented
on Saturday morning, tbero U nothing
new in tho lleecher case. Mouiton
has commlttod himself to no one
since his return, except to doclaro that
bis statoment it in tbu hands of tho prin
ter),' and will be put In type and nronf-
shoots takon for distribution among the
paper. Ho proposes to have no errors in
tlio document, hence tbo care. It will
not be published, he says, until Saturdav.
COMl'LXTKD ITS llKroKT,
and will submit it to tho wholo comraittoo
to-morrow, and very probably tbe exam
Inlnc committee of tho church, to whom
this sub-commlttoo will report, will tako
cognizance of it to-morrow night. At
any rale, it will do sent to tne cnurcn on
Filday, and bo read.- 'It la suggested
h'oro by Boecbor'i friends that Moulton's
delay in producing his long statement, is
because he w linos it to appear sim
ultaneously with tbo report of the com
QfOnOK II. 1IKKCIIXR,
a nephew or uonry ward, puDUiu.es a
long letter in the Kaglo of this ovening,
in which he undertakes to dofend some of
Uoeohor'a expressions, This article is not
of special intorett, except on one point,
whlou loresuauows tno production ot loi
ters making assignations botweon Beccher
and Mm. Tilton, Alt ucu aocumonts are
pronounced forgorles iu advance. If
Mouiton produces such documents, It will
be eafo to concludo tbat they are not
forgorles In ndvanco, as in tbe presont
state of public lentlmont ho will bardly
to apt to do anything desporato. Thus
far publlo scutitnont is vorv strong
against Mouiton. Ho sudors tne fato of
the mutual friend, and gets kicks from
both Bides, Whether his statemont will
change the feeling on the subjoct or not
Is a matter you can guest a well a thoio
of us bare, of,'whoninono actually aware
of tho natura of bi itatemont.
Dklta Cigars. Mr. T. K, Sullivan,
druggis, 132 Commercial avenuo, baa
something new lobo way of cigars, Ho
Is nowsoUlug a brand of his own called
tho Delta, put up in handsome package,
made of the very best tobacco, and sold
for yivc CKNTa eatb. Those who smoke
tbem wlll agrei with ui In. saying that
they are far superior to most of the ten
cept cigars told in thit market. Try tbe
Dolta cigar. i-H-lm
MAMUAL lAXAlXK XZPLA1N8 DOW UI
I'AMla, August 1!0-Marbat lltzilnl
ha written a letter to the Minister of a.
Interior In which ho says tbat neither
Colonel Vlllelte nor say of the other pri
soners now In custody, aro responsible
for hi escape from prison. He declarss
that ho bad no accomplice la the fort or
olsowhoro except bis wife and nephew.
The Marshal doscribes how he eluded the
survoiuanco onus jailor, and In conclus
ion, says t "Kcseoltng the humiliating
prison regulations, 1 fait Justified la an at
tempt to recover my liberty. Aslwn
not tried by peer, my sentence was lilt
JU1JICIAL 1KVEHTIIUTI0N 01' DAZAIMb'h
i:m r k.
1'AKii, August Jio.- At a mooting of the
pormanont commilieu ol tho national at
sembly to-day. Jf. Chain bfl'd Ij Tour,
Jiinnter or mo inierlor, in reply to an
Inquiry by member of the left, prora
iied that judical proceedings in relation
to tbeescapo of Uazaino should be vigor
ously prosecuted. Ho acknowledged tbat
there had beon a laxity tn precaution
against the escapo of prisoner, but saU
the Investigation Instituted by tha govern
ment showed tbat tho military authorities
at tho Fort woro not compromised in the
atfalr. Ho doclincd to givo any further
details of tho investigation.
HEC0QHITION Of STAIN.
The Duke de Ca)es, minister of foreign
affairs, states in regard to the recognition
of Spain that the government was anx
ious to act In accordanco with other
powors, and would proccod In Unison with
the British government, which had com
municated Its view on tha subject.- No
power had yot accomplished the act of
rooguition. The dtlay is caused by a
question as to the exact form in which
that step shall bo takon. Tbo members
of tho cxlrcmo right oxprossed a disap
proval of the conduct of the Duke do
CaJet. but a larco majority of the conven
tion, inoludtng tho republican members,
tustainea tni courie.
C. N. HUGHES,
General Insurance Agent
Ohio Lcvco, over Mntlius &UhlV.
fy"Aorte lut Jiril-clau Cbmpimii
Saflbrd, Morris & Caiulee,
73 Ohio Lovco, City National llank
Huildiug, Caiuo, Ills.
T ie oldest ctt-ibllthcd Agency In Southe
lllluoU, reireseiiliiK over
F. M. STOCKFLETH.
Itccllller nnd Wholesale) Dealer In
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
LIQUORS AND WINES.
no; in, omo lkvkk,
CAIRO, .... ILLS
ICE LTCE! ICE!
HUSE, LOOMIS &. CO.,
Take great ple.nurs in niiuounclug t
they are now prepared to supply etsrybody
with lake lee oftho very bet quality, either
at their homes or at the' torc. Urder
hliouHl b lea lit tho office, No. 110 Ohio
i.evue. o-j-o-ix-f ui
u WELL AUQEff AND
ILL la rood inrimr. HluitAJr
'awnMOJtiAia riiuxi oovchnou
,0 IOWA. AfUCAKSA AND DAKOTA.
CatalocvunM. W. OIU:a, tL Ludhlla.
.Korwardlug & Qcnenl
Commission, , .Merchants,
i i , "iDoaleri In h '
VLOUK. fvIlAINI '1TA ' ANi)
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ommission Merchants -AgcnRAlncric"afiTovraSr
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No 7H f.'iivaW.flitir.dAiao. ItrjL
J. M. PHILLIPS,
' WftAttrAOAT PnorniETon.
I'rcproparcd to fofwnrd all kiodn at
Freight to all points.
t5Tllusliic!i attended to promptly.
II. Ai Thoma ' l. D. Thorn
THOM8 k BROTHKll,
duccesotra to U. M.Uuleb,
AXD DMLX)tg Vi
tale and Fannr Oroeerie.,
foreign and Domestic
B'K.Tji'rB jiru asrxrora
131 Commercial Avenue,
OAIHO, . . .iLLINOiH.
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-ilillMi jiL oiUl't . il
k And Dealer iu .
Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair, &o.
KIT I will bill in, ear lo.ul low at niiuiiilne
turer price, iiilillny freight.
JOHN B," PHILClS SON.
(SiicVbAortd John 1!. 1'hlllK,)
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c0RWARO 1NG MERCHANTS,
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HAY, COIt. '
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Agents for Lafli'n 4 Rand Powder
COII. TKNTH ST.& OHIO LfeVEE,
MILLER & PARKER,
FORWARDING MERCH S,
YI.OU11, CORN, OATS, HAY, &o.
Agents for Fnirbank's Scales.
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO ILLS
N. B. ThUtlewooiI. r. J. ThliUowood
THISTLEWOOD & CO,
Flour, Corn, OatP, llay, ko
No. 7e OHIO LKVKK,
COFFUY, IIAlUHSOiN & CO.,
(b'ueceator to D. liurd & Son.)
ri.OUH, CHAIN AMD HAT.
No U3 Ohio. Levoe, OAIHO, ILLH
WHOLK8ALK AND RETAIL.
LAUoatv VAmiaw to i thm cjtt
GOODS SOLD YSUY'OLOBB.
O. O. l'ATIICl
WOOLCTT'S PAIN PAINT
Cure all kind ot pain. For sal hy