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DtAINs LK1VJC Cillll)
ilalUt 'i:i.M., Dally.
Kxprent 'i-M pan
Freights 4KX) a.m.,...exeopt Sunday
rrcigiiiai u:; a.ui.,,,,.
Freight at 40 p. m "
Mali at I'M n.ui Dally
b'xpres at '2K)5 p.m except Hunday
Freight at ,,..-.7:M) a.in.,. ...except Monday
Freight at 10:00 imii., except Sunday
ir.8-2.17.tf. Jamkb Johnhon, Agent.
TIIK CAIRO AND VIN0KNNE8
ni r nan.
'AIUO To jiniTnnati AND LOUIS
vii.m:. I On nnd after .luno 7ih passenger trains
a III run dally except rfunduy as follow :
'afro, leave B:Wa. h.
lenna, arrive ,.712
llarTlsburg, arrive n.-ai
.NorrU City, arrive 10:18 "
nrinl, arrlvo 10:.V) '
MirUarmcl, arrive 12:10 i: .
Mn;cniie, arrlvo I'.l.)
Union Depot, arrho
i , . " Maw,,..
- NorrUCIty, arrive
,10M r. M.
. 7:03 "
. 4 '
Krayvlllc, arrho ,.. 4:4(1
.Ml Carinel, arrive , 4:(io
" Union Depot, leave
" " arrho
. fcVi 1
. km '
At Cannl with St. I,ouln and .Houlhrattcrn
ti.inntonndlromOaiistlllii and point, went;
l.eatlng Cairo Ua.M,
Arriving In Kvaiistlllc....'. M.
Leaving YHV '
Arriving In Cairo IQitS "
At Mncenncs with Ulilo and MlnMntlpil
rail ry for Cincinnati and IxiulHVllie, anh
all poinU cast and west; '.with Indlau.p
oll. and Vlucennea railway lor
Imilaiiapolla and all points north,
ml and west; -with KvantvlUc and Craw.
fordsvlllu railway (or KvatiivtIle,Terra Haute,
Danville, Chicago and all points north, tail
At Norris City with tho .Sp-inirtlctd
autl lllnoli Southeaitern railway Cor .Shaw,
liectnwii and iHprlngtleld, III., and point,
At Cairo with the MUUIppI Central,
and Mobile and Ohio, for all nolnt. .miilir
ultliCalro.Arltun.ni and Tuxa,for all point.
Ill ArkuiiniH and Texas.
WOUND OITT ACCOM MPVATIOW.
l.taves Cairo 123Q p.m.
" il oiind City lsso
.M. II. (iooi)liicn. Ocn'l Ticket Ag't.
ST. LOUIS IKON MOUNTAIN!
AM) SOUTHERN RAILROAD.
Ouiuibuics arrive at and depart from tho
olSi-e corner Seventh street and Commer
cial Avenue a loilowa
Texas Kxprui leaven IKK) a.m. Arrive
2Mt a. in.
Clurlftton Accommodation leave IO::W
a.m. Arrive 0:(.'ia. in.
Columbuo Accomodation leaves 4:W p. in.
Arrhoa li& p. m.
TWK.vrV-FOUK IIOUHH LKHH TIUN IlY ANY
Tunc from Cairo to Little Itock 13 bourn.
To 'I'c xarckiia 2 hour'.
To Jeflemoti. Texan, 2ft hours.
To Marball 24 houn.
To Sbrcvrport, Louisiana, 29 boup.
To Dallas, Texa, III bourn.
To lleanie, Tcxa, S8 houn.
To llouMoo, T-xa,41 lioum.
To (ialvcKton, 1'tixai 44 houn.
D. Axtki.t., Chlof Knulneer.
t. V. llCfUKMlioUIKl, Agent, Cairo.
I utlll you have
uletn ami I ii r re st
rxainlncl tho only com-
lete mill hirrcst tock of Confectionery ever
kept In Cairo. Kvery dealer hhould know
be ran buy Cheaper and Heller Roodn where I
iney are iuaui',iiiaiiiroiu Keconu iianu ueai
cm. Itemcinl.t r there li hut one place to do
ROSE & TEMME
Manufacturer, Wholciala and
Ketall Dealeri In
No. 17i! Waihlngton Ave.
Look to your Intercut and buy direct from
tin! only .MiuitifacturiuK Coufemlonern In
C? N. "hughes, '
General Insurance Agent
Ohio Loyco, over Mullius & Ulil'n.
JayA'oHf hut first-chm Oumpunu
Safford, Morris & Camleo,
7! Ohio Loveo, Oity National Haul:
Iluildiug, Uaiuo, Ills,
T 10 oldest csUblUbed AKMiey In Soutbe
HllnoW, representlni; over
. F. M.STOCKFLETH,
lteciltier wnl Wholcsnlo Uoalor In
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
LTOUOItS AND WINES.
NO" 4, OHIU IiEVKK,
50 Ohio Lcvoo -
EDMUND HUEFNER, Proprietor.
Tho Planter's Houso in located on Ohio iTcvco Street in
CLOSE PROXIMITY TO RAILROAD DE
POTS AJfD STJSAMBOT LANDINGS
And in tho Center of tho IiuMnee
and complcle in all itH apriointaicnt. The rootnn, aro lartre and airy, heidca
boing olegantlj furnished and carpeted. (Jucatu will receivo courteous treat
ment and tho best of accommodations. ,
Transient Guests S2 por Day.
A TrustyWatch for Trains
I lillil: STOCK
Oilereil for Salo nt
GHEAT HEDTJCTIOW IN PRICES
Cor., 8th. St. , and
LARGE STOCK OP DRESS GOODS
- - y.
LAWNS, SUIT1KGS, . . '.' ."
JAPANESE SILKS, SILK rdPElNS,
LARGE STOCK OF WHITE GOODS, Victoria Lawns.
Swiss, Marsailles and a Large
Stock will be sold at Actual
Call and be convinced of Great Bargains.
Bristol & Stilwell
h eii tivory thiuij iicrtuinitiK to tho
line of .Staplo and Fancy OrocencH,
Woodeuwarc, VuKetallcH, Fruits, ko.,
Choice Dried Beef,
F.ine Pears and Peaches for
No 32 EIGHTH St.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. THURSDAY. AUGUST 27. 1874.
- CAIRO. ILLS
Portion of iht Clv. The 'Hoiikn ! n
Day Hoarders $20 per Monti 1.
and Boats Day and Night.
Of nil GOODS
Stock of Ribbons. This entire
Cost, and continue, until it is
CO A I,
lire preparml to aupply eiiitomer
' ' wlttl the nut
I.KAVK OltHKHH AT
tSJTHallldny Bro,J olllee, Ho.
ESrilallldsy Hro.V AVharfboa
Eaj Air.so-piian jiiu; or
rTTAl tho eoal illllilli.
SijkiirlidMiffltstf (o Lit;?' Containers
To'tho Kdltor of Tllie Hullutin: . . .
Ktkrmkii Kiiiknd: You will nlcase iin
form your rcadern that I have a positive
CUBE von C0JiVMI0Jf
and all disorders ol tho Throat and Lung,
and that, by iu uuo In my practice, I have
Hundreds of cases, unil will glo
or a rasa u will not lienctlt. Indeed, ho
trotigliLinvJalth, 1 will einl n Samplk,
vhkk,' toiHry miflorer adilrelnx mo.
l'lcato show thlu letter to anvono voumav
inonwuo is .uuenoR iroinHn.no uiHoafeO
ina opnjje,;!: uimnuiy lours,
- DR. T. F.-BURT,
no WUIImu H t. Hew Yor
And Dealer In
ObMUKKCTAtfAYi.'td.lolning Uanuyip. r
Keeps the best of Beol, Pork, Mutton yesl,
Lamb, Sausage, etc., and Is prepared to
lira, r.mlllna I. .i...nl.K1a mftlltior fl
V. W . HU.... U . ... I. HIVW..W H.......W. I
MR IIKKCJIIKHON UAKHUllK A L. MVOUCK.
Tne following DdiPirUl, ntitia "Tho
Uhrutlnn liiW of .Mafrin. ' fim tho
Chriitlan Union, ai.il
i tood to bo
from Mr Iloochor' p m
Inloreit from tho fact tbnt r apprnred at
oo nmo wiien air ur.cner wai Mini?
nvoroiy cruicuen 10 certain 'lUnrlori for
otllciatlng nt the doad-bod marruiro of
Alborti) i'.lcbnrdten and Mri. McKar
land, and wltbln tho term during which,
according to Tllton, ho wm ptillty of cri
rnlnal rolatlon with MraTilton:
ll'romtbe ChrUtUn 1'nloii. neeenibcr 11,
That Chrlit lauirht a mora inirilfiKl m.
K'uu iu.li Jjofri-Kpnouro in innnv .
recorded by thu :vao'Keit, In Men
Latlil a fdcai came into onnn mniiii
tho Moialo law, or went beyond it and
abovo IttoniRhU ol bollncis ncaror to
God and bardor of attainment to inau.
The cbrUtlan law of mattiaa which wss
delivered In the lermon on tho mount
elcnal IHuitrallon of tba
fpirhualllr of chrUtlanlty. SM tho Ul
vino Teacher, an hli word aro Riven by
"Vo have heard that it wr.j (aid by
them of old time, 'Thou ahalt not com
mit adulter' (Kx. xx, 14; Djiit. 5, 18,-1
but I lay unto you that wbosonvor look
tb on a woman to lu.t nflor hor hath com
mltcd adultory with hor already In hli
heart. And It thv right oyo ollund th o,
pluck It out and c'altTt from theo ; for It
li proflublo for thno that ono of thy mem
ben ihould perlih and not that thy wholo
body should bo caet Into bell. It hath
len said: 'Wbojoover a ball put nw.iy
his wife, let him glvo her n writing of di
vorcement Deut xilv., 1) ; but I lay unto
you that wboioever lhall put tway bin
wife, laving for tho eauio of fornication,
cautoth hor to commit adultory, and wbo
ioever shall murry that li divorovl com
Tbeio wurdi aro blazing with tho pur
ity and penotration ot heaven. They
mine and plorcn llko thovery oyo of God.
Undor tholr Influeoco we aro convinced
tbat tin it a (hiog of tho heart not noco
arily o( tho will,) and tbat the mastery of
our pauioni, by tholr crucltlxtloti, If need
bo, U an essential condition of Ubrlstli
nets, and tbat Uhrlitlineii in ilielf ii woll
worthy of tho lacriflco. Tho crown far
mo to than compensate for the croir. Then
IHV1KK IDEA Of MAMIIAOC,
which Is indleiolublo till doath, excoptfor
one single cauie; nad, in thU calo, bo it
remembered, on tho ground that tho
crime thrualoos thu world with tbu fub
verilon of tbo holy Initituti6r, and all tho
horrori-of unbridled lull. Adultereti,
the mortal enernioi of Chriitlan marriage,
re to ba treated at unworthy of tbo rela
tion. Divorce for adultoiy is retribution
for sin, and ibowa at onci tho dWInu
sens of tho tanctity of marringo, and tho
divine wrath against lis violation. And
II this, bcaub0 God Ui.-.olt U love; and
thaw., th.i a true marringo Is
The Jewish tcacbcri bad heard that
Jeius taught with authority unil not as
the scribes, ho tney inprte k ten oi mar
riage probably be:uin they lelt that
there was a bighor dectrinoof it than tbat
wbiob was taught by ."Uose. Tho sconu
s graphic, anil tho words aro memorable.
"Tho 1'naruuoa nun camo unto nun.
tomptinu blui.and layinc unto him, 'la it
lawful for a man to put away nu wite lor
every cauet; ' And bo nnswerod nnd laid
unto them, Havo yn not bard that ho
which made thorn at the boeinnine m.vlo
them tualo and female; undsatd, 'For thu
came shall u man leavo father and mnthor,
and shall uleavo to hi; wife, iud they
twain ihall be one fleih?' AVhcrefom they
aro no more twain but one Ueh, "Wbit,
therefore, God bath joined together let no
man put aiundor. They say unto him,
Wby did Moos tlion command to give a
writinc of divorcement, and to put hor
away7' Ho laith to tlim, ilojoi, becauso
of tbo hardness of your hearts, pull'ered
you to put away thuir wives, but from tho
beginning it was not so. And I say unto
you, wboaoover eliall put away ins who,
except it bo lor fornication, mul eh ill
marry another, committoth adultery, and
whom marriutb her that is put away, doth
commit udulwry. Ilia disciples say unto
nlui, 'It tno caio ot liio man u'j su wuu uu
wife, it is not good to marry.' Hut liu
aid unto thorn. 'All men cannot rocolvo
this saying savo they to whom it i' glvon.
Tne, aticipltn' lolt tnnt whs i"
lizher law. It was to lilish for thorn. It
demanded morerthun thoy werfi willing to
glvo. Thoy had not oven timcuou iuiu
point at which tho divlno boauty of
rHRIIST'S IllKA 0V MAHIIIAUU
is diicuniftble. "If tho cao of the mau
bo so with bis wife," mid they, "it is not
good to marry." What Is ho to do who
finds his wife sour-tompurod instu.id cf
uunt. .Ill v instead of faclnatinv'. uxtravu-
gant instead ot tbrify, jcalcut initcad of
trustful, carrou insiuuu ui iruuiui, .nu
and fadod Instead of young and fair
May bo not cease to bo hor nusband and
marry again? f nt wbilo she lives, if
the be not an aduttrcts. Ho bus changed
her; condition. Tnoy two are ono Uesli.
As long us sbo ls froo trora tbo crimo ot
adultery uoa nan not iree irom us pen-
nit v. Thus it is Willi tho man In refer-
unco to tbo woman. Hut society alro has
its claim. And of nil tho laws tbat llo nt
tho foundation of rol progress which tho
world has uiaao, nnu or wnicn it is capa
ble, nono lbs deeper, or has more doporid
nnt upon it, tbau tbu law of Christian
marriage, tiio uivino tunni or urnu, ot
woman, and of homo with nil Us Inestima
ble relations, is involved In Clina s Uuu
Uut tbo Saviour recognized woman u
separato and'equal ngeut in mitrriiigo and
divorce, no rumuiueu ins ijuoiiionorn ui
an older law than that of .Moses the law
of ctoatlon. "sjg Gpd created mun In bis
own image; Ini'tbo.Iinago of Uod crcatod
bo bim; male and female croateil bn
them.1' Christ, therefore, hold tho woman
not only amenablo to his law of marringo,
but also competent to enforco it, It it
were noedful, against her husband.
We learuiln Mark that, after ho hnd
Answered the l'hariiuoi, his, illirlples
asked htm again of the same matter In
the boiiso, and thon bo thus rt'vorio.t tho
posltlbni of tho two autors: "If a woman
fh.ll'nbt away hr;hiishnd. and bo ninr-
".rled to ftpnthor. shHcommltKithadtllUry "
We do not oeuevo viih means ttini a
woman has no right to nsk socloty to step
between her' and'her husband If bis con.
duct is unbearable. This is another thing
j frora'being discontented with hor mar-
riago relation bocauio sbo wants to mar
ry unolhor man. Her huibaud may bo so
ctuol tbat her Hfo is embittered or ovon
in danger, Ho may bu such a profligate
that she cannot bolievo it Is bur duty to
li vo in his company. He may bo such a
spendthrift tbat sbo Is deprived Oi the
necessities of lite fur hunolf and her chil
dren Bomu women haya carried such
croisus to Iho gate of heaven. Hut thoy
should not Jo It uf their own choico
not by legal compulsion. Tho separations
whlcli the courts grant nro, th.reforo, al
fowaLlo. Hut thov shouldnot Inlp.rl
tboy :annot nnnul tho marriage of the
two persons. Neither is froo to marrv
again whll. tho other is living. Hopara
ticn Is una thini!. dlvorca U mnihtr.
This, ns wo understand It, Is ll.o Christian
law of marriage.
It ne.d not ba expoctod thst society
will llvo up to this standard, fair snctetv
duos not accept Chlst as tb. leader. Hut
over themott prollitjato would hoiitat. to
lower forever tho Chriitlan Idea of this
rolation. They see something ot Itsboautr
and Import, although they rcslvt Its in-
lluenco. buroly tho Church of Christ
snottld glory in maintaining It.
TUB KENTUCKY CLANS!
Special DUpatcli to the St. l.otll
Louisville, Ky., Au just 25. All day
rumors havo been coming in from tbo
seen) of the riots in Owun and Henry
eountlei, and it is difficult to collect
Bny rtliablo news. As nearly as can be
ascertained at this writing, tbo following
may be relied upon as thu truo origin and
progress of tho outbreak :
ft'A band of outlaws beaded by William
Hmoot, Jno. CSrnost, Hud Smcot, George
MilTord, and others, nave be.n roaming
over Uw.n and Henry counties for three
yosri, niurduriog nnd driving pooplo out
ot the country. Tbo local authoritlei,
either through sympathy or fear, failed to
etop the, outragci. A party of law and
oruor people was formed, Sproimnent
among whom wero Willis lluiiell, Jas.
l'.unoll, William Walkor, and others, Wil
lis Hussell acting as Deputy United Hiatus
Marshal. Warrants were luuod from the
United States Court hero for tho arrest of
the dmoots, Mitlord and others, and re
wards wero oirered for their capture,
beveraloftbo parties wore arrested and
aro now under bonds to appear for trial
before tho Unltod Statoi Court for the
William Kutiall, with a brothor of Wil
lis and a ponu of men, havo been attempt
ing tho arrest ot more of tho gang, ana on
the 10th inst., were in tho neighborhood
of I.oekpoit, whero Kusiel and Christ
opher, uuo ot his men, woro arrested upon
Kwarrant,for carrying concealed weapons,
iworn out by
John o.vak asd jtM n asking,
wbii are now under bonds in the Federal
Court for tbu uurder of n nogro. Somo
timo aeo a crawd of Onan's frionds set
upon Hunoll aud Christopher, took their
arim from them, and boat Ilusiell over the
bead with a pklol. Onun and Ilasklns
gavu thomselves up, but nothing has been
dono with them. A warrant was subse
quently sworn out for tho attest at Willis
Kus'ell, by ono of the tiaioot party, for
carrying concealed weapons. Ho plead in
vain that he was notion ns Deputy Mar
shal and in thu lino ol his duty.
Hutsell was to havo an examining trial
on Saturday last nt Mont.roy. The
bounty Attorney went to Monterey with
the ttWitr uo.l h cuurd selected from thu
Mmoot psrty, MilTord boing ono of tbem.
Whon they approach tho town they wero
fired upon by Kussnll and his friends, nod
MilTord was Imnntly killed -ana several
other wouuded. At this juncture tbu
County Attorney dispatcheJ to tlia Gov
ernor for afeitnce, and on Sunday night
the Strilleld Killo, from hnm, were ord
ered to tho Hpene of conflict.
When tho news rosebud tho rity that
Deputy Mnrihl Ittitioll bad been at
taeied by iho Hburik's guard, General
Hli H Murray, United Stale Marshal, ap
plied to General McDowell, commander
of thu Department of the South, for a de
tail of troopn to march from Frankfort for
the protection of Km. nil, and sent tho fol
lowing telegrrm thit morning:
TO UOVKttXOK LlbLIK.
LTvin:i State Maushal's Omen,
JiOUJSVILLE, IvV,, August :J4. To Guv
ernor 1' Jl Leslie, Frankfort, Ky : Wil
liam Itusaell, uf Monterey, is acting as a
Special Deputy Marshal. Two of bis
poise uro reported to uiu ns having been
shot at Luck port under color uf Slate law.
Tno mou who aro put suing Kussoll, as re
ported to mo, aro tbovo Hy:aint whom
IhuCii la prouosf in my liands for violation
of thu Uw of thu United dates. I re
spectfully hik tbat tho Mlato militia be
withdrawn from thu pursuit of him and
his poise. I will hold him auswurublo to
my cburgo against him for violation of
any law. l'loase answer.
(Signed I Km II MumiAV,
United tilatos Marshal,
To which tbo governor repliid as fol
FltANKKoKT, Ky., AUgut 21. To E. II.
.Murray, United Stiiu-s marshal: Tho
tft-tto m 11 i tin was orderuj out to assist tne
civil oUIcors in Owen county in arrestlug
and ont'pn'.lng thu law ugninst those
uharged with crime, nnd some uf whom
bavo been resisting tuu omcors, xuo
mililitv bnvu not nor shall thoy bo uicd to
hinder tho execution of any procoss of
tho United ritutcs court in your hands or
your deputy; nor shall tboy co-operats
with or shultur those you desiru to arrest,
but rather shall auist In the oxecution of
your process. Tho shooting at Jiockport,
to which you refer, was not undor color
of Statu law, but occurred, as 1 am in
formed, between tho parties named ana
two nlllzous. You do not aeem to bu in
pokSoaMou of tbu .facts which have lod to
thu calling 'out of tho militia, I Bbould
bo glad to lmvo n intorview with you.
Can you not'eomo hero In the morning?
If not, I will send some ono to eeo you
and confer with you. I'loasu answer.
(Signed) V II. Lkslik.
Gen. Murray went to Frankfort, und
from thero ttart6d to-day for the rescuo of
ltussell, with n body of United States
troop, but nothing ban yut been heard
tho Uusiol party had loft Montery, ami
wero ut Gratz, wllb thu Smoot party In
pursuit. Hill Smoot, with tlfiy armed
ineu, wore reported in Henry county,
'marching to the usistance of tho HhoritT.
The lateit dlipatch itatos that John U.
Smoot and his father have been killed by
Hoavv llrln'g was board in tbo dlrtc
ttonofUra'z, which js mpjoiid t) bo
fighting between the state militia and thu
It is reported to night that trouble is
anticipated between the white! and blacki
in Hart county. Hoih sides are said to
LouiawiLLf, Kr, August 26.-Qen.ral
Murray bad a consultation with the Gov
ernor b.fort he left Frankfort la rolatlon
to the Owen county riot. There wi .
dliagreetnent Utween tbem. O.h-r ,
Murray statod tbat he weuld do nutl.iriif
more than arrost the parties lor whom be
7nl, and would assist the local
authoritlei to arrest all outlaws whore
aver they could bo found.
1?PV,U. .r nh,,nR Oft been
contradicted. Wnthing baa be.n heard
from Murray sine, h.left Frankrort. An
Interview with B.rry, the county altor
5 ZXlflm,t n.C0UBly5 h? 'frOwenton
I hi h 5 7t' in '"i4 h' late to.
. uwj-.fc nuiuing new
IOB! ICE! ICE!
HUSE, LOOMIS & CO.,
Tukci crcat uleasure In announelni- t
they are now prepared to supply everybody
with lake lee of the very best uualltv. either
at their homea or at the store. Order.
uuiuu u leu at tno office, Xo, GO Ohio
flh'.h .Street, bctt.ren Wahhlngton and
All cutaneous eruptions on the face or
AN IMPUEE CONDITION OP
ami IhU may, or may not bo sciiokula; but
iu cllticr eaeo the ilin'uo Is iiothinu more
than uu INMUIOIM 1'OtnO.N tlut
lUJUNS LIKE A TEKUIHLK FIltE,
us llcuiir.e through the veini.HOWlng needs
ot death mill etcry pulsation.
In 'hN condition of things something Is
needed at once to cleame tho blood uml
SOOVILL'S BLOOD AND
will positively ellVet IhU desideratum, ex
pelllni; every tiaee of tllneasu from tlio liludo
and system, aud leuvlng tho xklu
SOFT, PAIU AND BKAVTIFUL.
Hundreds or certificates attest Its aluo.
l'rlce )1 per bottle.
JOHN V. HENHY, CURItAv& CO.,
8 nnd 9 Collcijo Place, Now York.
ALSO PltOPIUETOHS OP
Hall's H.ilsam for the I.ung, Carbolic Salvo,
jgiiuy'H uarnoiio 'troenes, uxygen
utcd Hlttere for Uysprpslu,
Or. Motl'i Liver I'lll
Dr. Uoger. Vegetable Worm
Syrup, Dr. lirnnett.a Huro Death to
Hats, Mbe, and Vermin, Itunsla llslrPye,
life., l.'to., Ktc.
FOH SALE IlY ALU DRUGGISTS.
ST. LOUIS JJiNIVERSITY.
THE FOHTl'-FIFTU ANNUAL
HKHSION of Studjes In thu
ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY
Will begin on
MONDAY, SEPTEMliER 7th, 1874.
tfnr Prasnnctus.' irlvlnv tnrnis. Instruo-
tion to patents, &c., &c, apply to or
KKV. JOS. G. ZEALAND, S. J.,
St. Louis University, St, Louli, Mo.
MATHU88 & lHL,
Forwarding & General
FLO UK, GRAIN, HAY AND
Ohio Ltvxt, . Oaiso. Ill
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AgunUs Ainorican Powder Company,
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Wood Rittenliouse & Brother
OENtllAh COMMIBHION MxROIIAMT,
183 Oblo Lctee. Cairo.
BKHWAL COMMISSION MtMmtMnra
No. 7H f.v..()ntnOAto. IttJL
J. TM. PHILLIPS,
I'roproparcd to forward ah Jcioda of
FrogLt to all point.
tSTHmlnesi attended to promptly.
And Dealer la
Xime, Cement, Plaater, Htir, Ac.
jTI Will Hell In carln.il Intu m.
turersprlceif, adding freight.
JOHN B. PHILLIS &SON.
(Successor to John 1J. Phlilw,)
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FORWARD WG MERCHANTS,
MR AT.. BRAN. -Agtnti
for LiBla & Rw4 Powder Ojaptny.
COll. TK.VTH ST. OUIOLKVXE,
MILLER. &, PARKER,
FORWARDING MERCH S.
FLOUR, CORN, OAT8, HAY, 4o:
Ageutfl for Fairbank's Scale.
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO ILLS.
H. A. Ttioms I.. D. TMBM
THOMS Jt BROTHER,
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'JOMMlSdltm MERCHANTS, BROKKka
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KorelKn and Dons.stlo
1M Commercial Av.nu.,
OAIKO. - IbUMOlH.
N. It. TbltUewood. T. J. ThlsUewooU
THI8TLEWOOD & CO.
Flour, Corn, Oats, Hay, &o
No. 78 0UIQ LEVKp,
COFFEY, HARRISON k CO.,
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No OS Ohio Utss, OAIKO, ILLSi
WHOLESALE AliD KITAIL:
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OOUDB BOLD VIJiT QUMM.
WOOLCTrS PAIN PAINT
Cure, all kin di nl palm, Jforaal by
BARCLAY BSO'M. '