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LLINOI3 CENTRAL KA.t-BOAD.
THAWS LItiVK CAII10
"Hint 12:15 a.m., Dally.
.-txprons .2:30 p.m
Freights ,.4:(K) a.m.,., .except tiumlay
Freight at ... 4:00 p.m " 1
AltllfVK AT CAIRO
Mall at 1-30 a.m., Daily
FjtproM at ....26 p.tu except hunriav
Krclghlat, .. .7:MI n.in except Monday
Freight at tmoii inn., except Sunday
fiuifjuiAv ,i;w p.m.,... '
Itw 'i.lT-tf. Jamkb Joiinhon, Agent,
IIIK CAIRO AND VINOKNNES
en m. , riMK.
AlltO TO I.NU.NWI'l ANI 1.01II9-
On nnd after .lilnc ".Ui passenger trains
mil run tuny except minuay an loliows t
alro, leavo 6:30 a.m.
icnua, nrr.vu.i .7:32
llnrrldljiirLynrrlvo USO "
Norrls Clty.arflve lous '
-,'arml, srrho , ,.10:. "
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Jit; Uarmel, arrive 1J:I0 r. M,
Vlnreiiiic. arrive 1:10 '
" union Depot, arrive.... 1:'.!0 "
' leave 1:10 "
rinc'nnatl. arrlvo H:i0 "
J.miuvllJc, arrive HM
( alro, arrive. 10:35 1. u.
leima, arrive HM."
elarml, arrive trfl)
(irayviUc, arrlvo I:I'I
Ml funnel, arri0 4:11
n ciil. , leave -:.V
" Union Depot, leave 'J:l."i
" ' arrho '1M
i inrlmiatt, leave fi:.0 a. m.
I.ouljvtlle, leave tJUVJ
At ( .amil vrltli Ft. lu ami .Southeastern
t nil in tumid IromKvalinvllIu and point Wot;
Leaving (.alro ft'fi a. m.
Arritlng In Kvauitlllc... i. m.
Leaving " ....... 12:30 "
Arriving III Cairo I0.r "
At Vlucennep with Ohio ami Mlislpp
rallaay for Cincinnati ami l.mihvllle, anil
all points cast and wtt;;wlth Indlsuap
oll and Vlncenuca railway lor
lndlsnaolls and all point nortli,
enit oml wilt; wltli Kvansvlllo and Craw,
fordsvllle railway for Kvamvtllc.Terra Haute,
Danville, Chicago and all point nortli, cat
At Norrls City with the Jty-imrtield
and Illinois Southeastern railway for Fhaw
Iieetowu and prlnglleld, III., and point
At Talro wltn the MIU.ppl Central,
riiil Mobile and Ohio, for all point noiitli;
ltliC'nlro,Arkana and Tcxa,for all iolnt
In Arkatm nntlTcxa?.
HOUND CtTT ACCOMMODATION.
Leaves Cairo IVrtW v. M.
' Mound! Ity 1:20
M. II. (iooiiltlCll. Hcn'l Ticket Ag't.
ST. I.OUIS I K0X MOUNTAIN
AX1) SOUTHERN B.VILUOAI).
Oiimlhiue i arrive nt and depart from the
dlllie corner Hi-vcnth rtrecl and Coiiuucr
ilal Avenue at follow
Text Kxprei leaves 1:00 a.m. Armei
2:31 a. n.
Chirlonton Accommodation leave I0Q
a. in Arrives U:l!ja. in.
( oltimliii Accomodallon leaves 1:00 p. in.
Arrlvo bi p, in.
: WK.vrv-i-ouu nouns lv.m than hv a.w
Time from Cairo to Utile Buck 1.1 hours.
To Texarean.i 1M liount.
To Jelfer.on, Texan, U6 hour.
To Marshall ':0 hour.
To Mircvrport, Ioullana, 20 hour.
To Dalian, Texas IW hour.
To Heat lie, Txu, S-1 hour.
To llnti-tnn, Texas, II hour.
To UalVeilon, Tvxu 41 hour.
1). Axtki.l, Chlor Kni;lneer.
C W. Heqi kmiiouro, Afc'ent, Cairo.
L'ntlll vou have examined the only com
plete ami large st stock of Confectionery ever
kept In I aim. Every dealer should know
he can titiy Cheaper and Better oodwh re
they arc made, than from neconu hand deal
era. Itcuumhcr there it butouo place to do
ROSE & TELILIE
Manufacturers, AVbolcialo and
Betail Vealort in
No. 172 "Washington Ave.
Look to your interest and buy direct Irom
the only Munulaetiirlnv" ConfecllmierH In
Il AT NTOItl-.M
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer In
No. 711 Ohio l,ovcp, CAIRO, II-LH
ggrSpeclal attention given to
menu and tllliru: order.
Groceries, Provisions, Etc,
TTo. IIO Oliio Xiovoo
F. M. STOCKFLETH,
Tlcctirter nml Wholesulo Doalcr
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
NO 4, OHIO LEVEE,
RA1R0. - ILLS
PLANTER'S HOUSE -
50 Ohio Lcvcc -
EDMUND HUEFNER, Proprietor-
Tho IMantor'a IIouoc in localcd on Ohio Lotco Street in
POTS AND STEAMBOT LA DINGS
And in tho Center of the UuMncsn Portion of the City. The House is now
and complete in all its apnointmcntn.
ucinc cicL'unuy lurniHiicu uuu carpeted.
went nnd the bct of accommodations.
Transient Guests 2 per Day.
A Trusty Watch for Trains
SB.EAT EEBUCTIOH IS PRICES
Cork, 8th St. and
LAHG-E STOCK OP DUESS GOODS
JAPANESE SILKS, SIIjJv. l'UijliNS, .
LARGE STOCK 01-' WHITE GOODS, Victoria Lawns,
Swiss, Marsaillcs and a Large
Stock will be sold at Actual
Call and bo convinced of Great Bargains.
TERMS. STRICTLY CASH
Bristol & Stilwell
Kiopcvory thitig iicrtainint; to tho
no oi' Stanlo and Fancy Orocorius,
Wooden ware, Vegetable, lruits, sc.,
Choice Dried lleef,
Mine Pears and Peaches for
No 32 EIGHTH St
nATRO.TTXTNOTR. WTiinNKSDAY. AnfSTTRT 7R7I.
- CAIRO. IUImS
TO I1AILR0 AD DE
The roomc, arc Jsro nnd airy, besides
GuceU will receive courteous treat-
Day Boarders $20 per Month.
and Boats Dav and Niriit.
III Dm lillllll
for Sale at
Stock of Ribbons. This entiro
Lost, ami continue until it is
THE CAIRO CITY
!Are prepared to iupply customersl
1 - ' with tbe fjoft i
I.EAVR OltPRIIf) AT
rSTlIalllduy Bro.'e olllee, Ko, 70
EfTAt Kiryptlan 5II1N; or
tlTAt the coal iluiiij), foot ot
Special luincmuli ti hm- Xtmmi
I'o tho Kditor ol Tin: Bur.Lr.TiN:
K.htkkmki FitiKxn : You will nlcaso in
form your reader that I havo a positive
CURE FOR CONSUMITIOX
ami all disorder ol tho Throat nnd Luni"),
and that, hy Its mo In my practice, I bae
cured laiudrcds ofcaiea, and will give
or n cuo ,1 will not benefit. Indeed, ho
trong im jnv laiui. 1 win benti u SAMI'
vnr.K, to ally miU'ercr nddrowlij mo.
l'leaso tboVlhlH letter to" any one you 1
enow who la kutfering from tlicso diseases,
md ouiiKe,.Faii)lnily vourji,! ,
DR. T, F.
no wiUliuio 8
t. New Yor
, And Pcaler in ' '
Kiouth Htnicir, hit. Wahuihoton ahd
Keens tbe beat of Bf el. l'flrk. Mutton voal
l.aiub, Saimage, etc., and Is prepared to
serve families in a acceptable manner.
BEECHER. MAKES A DE
NIAL OF TILTON'S
MISS ANTHONY DENOUNCES
THE STORY OF BESSIE, THE
ANOTHKK 1NTKKVJKW OK OATU
WITM TilKODDllK TiLTON.
UE aTILIi INTKND.S TO 8UVV0UT
AND MAINTAIN 1113 WIFL
IR. UEECUXR A DK.MIXI. V.SDEU
OOMCORD, li. 11.. AUL'Ult 24-lltV
llonry Ward Hoechor left tho Twin
lountain Usuji on thu morning tram to
day, arriving at Littleton at 10 o'clock.
11 proceeded directly to toe law emco of
Harry BinKUam, wnoro Iih slenel tnd
wore to a paper whlob bad 1(03 drawn
up by bis counsel, Thomas O. iibjarnian,
ot Mew York, and wMch was in uipllclt
denial of nil the charges madu in tho al
legation of complaint brought apalnit him
by Thtodore 1'ilton, oicepl tho ipcclilcn
tion that bo, Mr Tillon, bad been married
to Klir.atieth K Blehards, now Klizabeth
B Tillon, Tbe paper was very briof, rnak
Ing not more than ten lines of manuicilpt.
The papor passed through the bands oi
tho tiecrolary of riuu thU evening, and
ho made the noces'ary cortlllcate upon It,
aflsr which It was tent by mail to Mr
Shearman, at New York. Mr I!echer
rolurned to tbo Twin Mountain llouto ut
ter concluding his business.
HUB ASTHOHY INDIOKANTLV DENIES THE
BT0UT Or IJKIklKj THE HKKVANT 01RI-.
BocnrsiKii, if. Y., Auguit 21. Tho
Union publishos this afternoon thu remit
of the interview between ono of its re
porters and Mis Anthony, relative to
tbe statement of Mrs. Tllton a servant,
llosile, ImpIicAlIng Jllis Anthony in an
improper teto-a-tete with Thnodoro Til
ton. MU Anthony denies tho wholo
story, but regards it ai too abiurd to be
worthy of z.otico. iibi says eho never
beard tbat tbo iflrl lldiiio wai nnvthinc
more than a servant In TiUou'e family;'
inatsnewas nan an uiot, and Jirs. niton
had repeatedly said she could not instill
into the girl tb. llrt olomonts of truth.
tETTZIt rOM "OATH."
Correspondence of tbe Chicago Tribune,
What is said of
Tbe Kow York press has lost its dignity
nd sense In Indorsing 11. J-no pross waa
in n maudlin condition, readily to Indorso
bnytbing hu might suy. It has tukua him
many nours unu commoi a explain mm-
elf, and tuere is aiuiosi an oniiro aDtenco
)f that atronc, consecutive docunieatary
matter by which Tllton throw society into
panic, it is porsiuago iu wuicu .ur
itecher speaks, cuanlng. llo druw
commonplace drawings. lie is always in
(to rtlio-o. x noru n art, cnoan r.rt. in
what ho ban to say, art without heart, art
without candor, nrt without manhood.
What a thing u tuw mgu rrmd, tno
hutllo-cock between linwun, Moullon
nd Tittou. ita followed the profeition
I tellini: us bow to itvu, so tbat, when
our summons comes to lilu, wo (bail nut
walk, liko tho csllory-slavo, t5 tbo vhir:
and then bo shows us etraighway tho g-l-
11. is noi a Dom man. us is no-, n
dirnct man. Ho tubmitt to tbo mera buH
f a nistol. Ho mortgages Ills wife 8
bomo to pay a mystorious sum 01 monoy.
lie walks this oirth like a shadow, not liko
man. And yet he duals in tho gospel
f that tiod, who eaid 1 I'Lot your I'uiiver-
sation be 'Yea' nnd ',' "
W by all this conccnlmunt ' Aro theio
oung men, in whosu company ho spent
manv veari, auudonlv uacoiua mercuuiits
tho reputation oi Jir tieocner : is no
rich tbat bo Is mtrkotublo with such
None 'of tlicso thoorics will stand.
Tburo must bave coma, lil;a tbo ruTun
over tho poot'e bust tho bird callod Uullt.
NOTU1NQ II UT OUILT
has mado tblt desolation. NotLing I011
will account tor it. lilack-mall u 11 tnllo
in this aotion. That which dasolatoB tho
house, makes tho vlto a wretch In the
huiband's sight, makes tbo husband s a
horror to blnuolf, makes porpotual out
break nnd wrangle In tbo sight of tbo
ohildron, makes friends rusji iuto tho vor
tei with compromises, uiakusJ"covenants''
aud go-butweeas, aDouco am; agony
that can bo nothing short of Guilt.
On tblJ tnpry overytning is explain
able." On no other tboory is anything
consecutive or logical. And comparison
of character in tho mattor is ot no avail ;
for Boechor's cbarcter is mwrely supposi
tions, while Tilton'sis equally tho con-
truotlon ol outsiaori. nuoii uus never
outraced his own soir-eslimatlon us Mr.
lleoobor has. jioibiu. vim iauy uoin,
protett too much.
the uuwordly man ol tho world, said to
me, tpoaklng togathor candidly 119 two
oung men, he aggrieved and I sympathi-
tie : .
"I hopeTOU will nover hoplacod In my
position, tbe target for everybody, a more
foot-ball 01 puuiicivy, nun lorcen upon
oursalf solely, 1'el lull nt thlnea neuliur
politic nor jusv 10 uu, now camo you 10
t.lrn anv interest in mo 1 '
Ilecaiiso you are a curiosity, partly,"
m d I. "1 wanwu 10 iook in ut vour win
dowa. lioildes, 1 am in favor of nothing,
howover big, wblua is pushing tbo littio
man to tho wall. It this Is a piece of do
colt on ypur part, you will only bpjn
lurinc tho rlitut man tho 'othori Hum
Now toll mo, Mr. Tillon, as you have
given mo tho liberty to ask Ireoly, when
was U yabotn souuecu t-
"That 1 cannot iay.'of my knowldgc,'
aid he. but 1 tblnlc It Vai when her
mind-was in a yary wk oouditicn, nfter
the1 loss of a olillo. Ulia wm tboii drawn
closer to Mr. liuocber as bor spiritual
l'u do. a'he' tuyslety 01 nor haiiy's de
rarturo demand a closo insight into th
life beyond, 6hiwa,ln noci uf onnsolai
tion. Thon In that timo 01 sorrow
BUC WAtt TUB l'MAeilKK'S HANDVMAID.'
"Do you baliavo'isaid I tbat sto loved
,1 V...n ..r ii ?"
i),u,UUU( IUUIU 1 u a. ;.m
"No. But be was tho sympathetic
ever-preiont triend. in my lamlly Ufa
0 tsl.l not glvo her 11 novolty ot fympa'.by.
alia reached for somothini; boyond mj
sulii he was tbo pricit. For yours ito
had trll to draw 111 together, nnd mako
two men, muub unlike inultul psrtakurs
ot Loronthu,Miui U jocber was h..rOod j
1 was her husbind."
"l).i you auppfHo hi) e.lucol her by
long slij'.oj by crowding you nut; by ac
vlung against you '("
No. i have no reason to botlovo that
ho did bis treachery except out of mere
voluptuous spontanlety. But ho loved
Klir.abQtb. Sho was ndaptod to bim. Thi 7
woru both ocitatio people. Onco tbo
boundary passed, their natures strove lo
eoek conustoncy for it. Thoy grow moro
religious In lentimcnt, more bodily In ac
qalntance. At last Uullt was their pro
tecting genius. Hhe fallod to keep up to
his mark, lit) was all self-love And she
was merely cotivontbla. In ono of Mrs
UoecUer iilowo's novels, tbo remark Is
male, that a seduced woman thinks her
self purest when sho Is nearest tho point
of boine debauchod, Had tbo data of
tout novo), 'Tho Minister's Woolnc' boon
nearer our time, i fhould havo thoucbt
Mn.Stuwfl drew that point fiom iJlizt-
"Why nra you, Mr Tllton,
tsj i'laciu t:e Tina uim.s?
Iluve yru been hardened by tho timo It
baa beep gnawing on you?"
10. my lamlly ts always cooiosuniua
worst circumstances. Wo are gathered
up br injury. 1 always feel uiy head
clearer and my nerva steadier when there
is a groat suffering to undergo. It Is tbo
"110 you thinx you can dom tho powor
of Plymouth church ?"
"i uon t know wnotner 1 can or not.
But 1 shall lOio no pull", wbo'.bor or nol,
Tbcy are fighting to sustain n debauchod
reputation. 1 am dom:; my Doet, witn an
tho sagacity 1 can get from tnyio'f
and my couneol, to keep tbem from prot
ing mo n fool. A victim I wi. An i lict
1 will no) ho, It 1 can ncip it."
"After your rcsolvo to hush tho subject
up, what peri'ius, do you tblnk, began to
cpruid the etory ot your noutcnoiu skele
ton?" "Tbero Is soma myitcry thoro. I can
scarcely credit the etory tbat Elizabeth
rnadit a confession 10 Miss Anthony, al
though they wero intimates. I tblnlc my
mother-in-law, Mrf. Mcrso, loarningoftbo
story from her daughter, apprehended
that, In tho long reiult, it would divldo
my family, and sho be?an to proparo the
way for tho rupture and Elizabeth's vin
dication. I think sbo worked upon Mrs.
Honry W. Bevcher to help her. Of
course, Mr. Beochor wanted mo out of
tho way. But tbo idea that Klizabeth
waft not neart anil soui in iuo woman's
Sufferaga movement is absurd.
SBK TIIC LETTERS."
(Noto from tbo correspondent: Mr
Turnbull, an imtiniato frolnd of Ooinmo
doro Yitr.derbuiJt, told mo uttiaratogn tbat
when Woodhull and Clallin woro in Lud
low stroet jail, Mrs Elilabeth Tllton In
person applied to Commodore Vanderblli
to give them reioasa and coma to tnulr
aid. ejuery s uiu. iieecunr or um xiuou
fond bur, both men knowing the women ?
Bnmcmber, Mr Tilton says his wife hated
thoto women, and would not havo them In
tbo house ? Could be, therefore, have
made her go to Yanderbelt for them?
Was bo as likely as Beochor to know Yan-
derdllt? Did Beechor or Tilton have
most eolicitudo to close thoie women 1
Tho letters ebowed that tbn wlfo was
apparently In conionnncn with ber bus
land enthusiastic, indeod on tho sub
ject of woman's emancipation. I took
tho liberty of cxprcieiog tbo hope that
Mr Tilton sad cxporisnce would maku
bim somewhat more frigid on these loose
matto.-iof giving to tho wifo 11 political
identity separate fromthe family, Mr
Bencher alio provident of 11 woman's
sutl'rngo society. 1 said that I believed
this drama in 'Brooklyn would arrest tho
tondoncy 01' tho tlinei toward certain
kinds o't prcgrcos. Mr Tilton made no
"What sort of creation might
be, Mr Tllton''
(Hero I am noi sure I roinember.)
'iho is a woman wbo ran away from
boardiughojsi) and married nt slxtoou.
6bu began guihing, nnd grow worldly, and
bad a judiuiul speratlou from 0110 of
her husbands. Shoopposod bur daughter's
marrying 111c, nnd wanted bor to accept
the olIW of 11 rtth man from , Man.
After 1 cot nlonc rapidly and made soma
ame, kbo becamu very of proud. After
tho ounfuralin of her daughter, she began
to tako tbo stops 1 havo intimated, M10
lied and gOMipcil auoui mo, anu 1 saw srio
wns only hanlonlug tlio tiling eno ivnrod,
nd 1 told liur to iiuit iuo nouee. now,
look at tbuio letters, writtin by Mrs
Tho first lottcr said nearly like this:
"You aro telling lies when you say I
over admitted my daughters eiinruo wim
Mr Beeebar. What I did eay was, that I
accused Elizaboth of adultery with bim,
nd that sho bowed her lioad."
Thu (ocona lottor said approximately as
followj : ...
'Now. 1 will tuaka this bargain
with you, Thoodoro Tilton: If you will
reat my daughter ns jou uieu o uu, mm
nnvnr mnnt on ner ono ououio. 1 wiuuo
all in my power to koup tbo troublor away,
end to mako nor a pouituni nuu uuvuieu
Tho third lottcr s.Md this procuoiy, mr
1 have Bd memory lor giJod swoar-
"VOU INKKUNAI. OLD CCOUNUUEl.,
vnn mii'ht tol u In tail.'' etc.
Thrt mual motbor-ln-biv wbj in the
case. 1 Isugbwl, i.nd Mr Tilton emlled.
"That woman, ue sr.m, -11110 k sue uas
boon my doajly enemy, but she has been
tn hor dKllhtor.,,
"Do you not suppose that Mr lleccbor's
wife has been vary jealous ot him, sitting
on your floor, bringing liowurs so your
wife, writing Iter ecstatic lottCM, nnd all
"Oh ye Bl 1 supposo ho has passed
through, tbo torment of tho horaon won
uncomp.inionalilu creature. As I told you
bofoto Bco'kur should bavo marrlU Ell-
7aboth. neocuur iui,"b'ji."'"
of mo until I became ft trille too Import
ant, llor husband was my altor ego for
voarf, nml 1 wo" & Sa Miylhtng for bim,
as f.m Cbnm In school would do an lm-
notuous turn mr nuuuivi, jnmu
has been put by n part of tho press as that
of a childish, erratic, pootin man. At tho
timo ol wy cOnuectloii with tbo Indepen
dent I vaa
A.M0HX WOHLDLT VKS0ALlTV..
than Mr. Boocbor. The slronEoit tnon In
tbo coYornment were my friends: Stan
ton, Colfax, Lincoln, Ohtse. On ore 00.
om on Wr. Bohor'( on-a volunteor
in a New York regiment-fell Into
"What was tho cllenie?" 1 said.
"That is not vital to the sbbject," re
plied Mr. Tllton. ''Ills father was In
loop trouble. 11. fold in. bit itory. Mld
I, Instantly, give mn your pocket-book.
1 took from it fifty dollars and procoed.'
to Washington. I had that young man
reinstated, transferred to tbo rogul.r
army, and, whon I roturnod to Brooklvn
Mrs. Beecher was my enemy: Bha
t.n 1 hd 100 much Influence."
"Tell me, sir, where do yoa think these
been hold ?"
"Anywhera while I blind. Mr
Bencher's wife was absent from his own
House. 1 was atllandlng to tuj offlca
work on two journals. Ua cam. lo my
nouse, ana road all tho fruit of his pro
dtictlonij Norwood, bit sormons, tho Life
of Christ what not.
I CANNOT oniM'lt ant iion
thr"Kh this labyrinth of guilt. God for
bid that I continually rolraca tbe course
of those veara tn l,ifn r
- & - . ' v.w. V.'V. . ' .
IOJE! ICE! ICE!
HUSE, LOOMIS Sl CO.,
Takes great pleasure in announcing t
tbcy are now prepared to supply e ery body
with lake icoof tho very bct quality, either
at their house oral the itorcx. Orders
should 1, lett at tho otBce, No. CO Ohio
All cusanoous eruptions on tbo face or
AN IMPURE CONDITION OV
and this may, or may not be scuokui.a; but
in cither casu the dlirase Is nothing more
man .111 insidious 1'oison tuat
BUB.S LIKE A TERRIBLE FIRE,
us It court is tlirnuli the vein, nowlng iecds
01 ucaui iui every puisaiion.
In tills condition ol tilings something is
uccdcil ut once to cleanse the blood aud
SCOVILL'S BLOOD AND
will iioilllvelv effect this desideratum, ex
pelling every traco of dlxeaso from the blodo
aim gyrieui, uuu lonving wio rhiu
SOFT, FAIR AND UEAUTXFUL.
Hundreds of certiilciitus attont its lvalue,
l'rlcu $1 pur bottle.
JOHN F. HENRY, 0U1UIAN& CO.,
8 and 9 Ofcllegc Place, Now York.
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's B.iUam for tbe Lungs, Carbolic Salve,
IMdy's Cnrbolla Troches, Oxygen-
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Dr. Roger's Vegetable Wonn
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A man intending to do uiuiuesa limit litt
prepare liluiell to meet llm requirements
of his cuitomcrs ; next lie must let every
poeklblo or probablo customer know tbat he
so prepared,, In a very small place lie
may thix all the people what ho can do. Jn
11 large vlllaire a printed handbill, poster 01
.Insular, uronerlv distributed, will he edlioat
clOUS, but WHOBYKH IS IN A TLACIS I.AKOK
v.NOuaiiTO scrPoitT x jexwswrR witt
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GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
MQ.7B LY.OmnOAnu. Ixam.
J. .M. PHILLIP8,
I'reprcparcd to forward all kinds ot
Froigbt to all pointa.
t3rBusincs attended to promptly.
II. A. Thorns r D. TkoM
THOM8 & BROTHER,
Ruccesosrs to II. JtHuJen,
AND CIALMX4 Df
(tile and Ttmty UrtMarlaa,
Corstgn ana Doa.sUo
1M Commercial Avsana,
OAIBO. - . IM.IHOU.
And Dealer In
Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair, io.
t3TI will roll In car load iota at tntnulio
turera prices', adding freight.
JOHN B. PHILLIS &SON.
(SucccBsor to John B. Vhlllis,)
FORWARD ING MERCHANTS.
MEAL, BRAN, Ao.
Agents for Lifiin & Ran j Powdsr Cmfuj.
COB. TBNTU ST.& OniOIiEVES,
MILLER Sl PARKER,
FORWARDING MERCH S,
FLOUR, CORN, OAT8, HAY, Jbo:
Agents for Fairbanks Scales.
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO ILLS,
N. B. Tlilstlewood. I. J. TbUtlswood
THISTLEWOOD & CO.
Flour, Coru, Oats, Hay, 4o
Ne. 78 OUIO LKVEE,
COFFEY, nAIUUSON k CO.,
(Successors to D. IIurd'A;Soa.)
ri.ovu.auAin ahb mat.
No 03 Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLfl.
WHOLESALE AND B1TAIL.
LAUOHST YA.MMT ITOOX IsT M ssjsTI
OOODB BOLD VlKTOWsW.
O. O. PATUW
WOOLCTT'S PAIN PAINT
Cures all kin dt nl palm. Torsal jr,
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FINN AND METZ