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RAILROADS.
TIME OAKD.
LLINOIS UENTRAL RAILROAD
TI1AI.V8 LB AVE CAlllO
Mall at 12:lSa.m., ..Dally
Kxpressa ssw n.m "
Frolghtn 4.-0) n.m,,, ..except Bunday
rivjgutni u:on a.m......
I'relghtat t;00 p.m "
AtintVE AT CAHIO
Mall at 1-.T0 o.in Datlv
Kxprosa at '1-M p.m.,..oxcopt Hurxlnj'
r rui'iii ai im a.m.,. ... except .Monuay
rroigni ni....,iii:ui p.m., except Dummy
rroigiuai ,i:ij p.m......
168 2-17-tf. James Jojinhon, Agent
CAIRO &VINCENNESR.R.
CAIRO, RVANdVll.j.r, INDIAN
ATOIilH, CINCINNATI AND
LOUISVILLE.
rOt'RTKEN HOURS EACH WAV, AND
A Mi DAYLIGHT HONS, u.
RUNNING
THROUOH
Oi l A NO K I
WITHOUT
Indianapolis ami Cincinnati ExpreM,
Leaves i alro f:00 a. M
Arrlvo ,'nnl 10:0ri "
ia M. f.oulx ami Southeastern It. It.
Arrlvn Evatisvlllc Silor. m.
Arrlrcs Vlncennes 12!t&. ; ;
Vlit ImllaimpolU and Vluccmics, it. It. '
Arrives Indlonspolln 7:00 r. M.
Via Ohio ami Mississippi It. It.
Arrive North Vernon MUv.it.
Arrive, inc'nnatl 8r00 "
Arrive Louisville f0 "
C.tlro Exprc,
Leaves Indlahapolln
Leaves i iiH Innuil...
jVavr Lomivlilc
Arr vci inciiiuen
I.'.avi liicennes
Ij jmh I.vanllle
Arrives cnrml
Arn Imru . . . ,
tifO A. M.
Wj
tiX) "
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t-M "
12:10 "
fW
10) "
UOl'NII CITY ACCOM V1OPATI0H.
caves Cairo .tliMl aod S-.00 r. M.
" Motml Cltv 1:10 awl 6: "
MoujvI ( ity aceoundatlon.iuna Wedm-it-tlaynnl
-iurday. ', ',
'UkltiK l-o connection' to ami from all
pAtn'4 V. U and North, at Iniliaiianolls and
( rt i. and to and from all points
utli an I Writ ol Cairo ()- rait and
t.. r.
II. It Goowucii, II. I,. SI on mi. L,
den I ii. kct Ag'l. Gcnrral Sup't.
Ho l'frn rnn Intir r Itlllrr.a cur
i f u .iw '. :. t i icsn i rx unitci.. iir-
il t -lr ' , u'entt rtrt jei tjriiui tvi
i a in' 'rli am, aJ uUi crciiS 'tea
1 i.m if r I .ir.
f7irialHurliiJiurllan.I!i'a1a ! i P-.'n
tf.ii lcr, limal-n Hal.tiie w ct U,e t i,r-t.
1. Sjur l.ru""n'" r.-ml tUr Momar'i lJ
. - -. I Mil .ntu. Ill 1 1 . Alia. k. l'j,iMtnn
I s Heart lrflinjnaii 'U of the Lung. I'am in
i - r net tno Kiui' s '"' a li'imlreil oiher
.'jir., 'i iik. ire t' c uifpnii; of
, I i . ' v. i'i pror a uitcr K'unuic ot
i ' ,t I' uii a .'wfilij' a.UniiMincnt.
I or IVinnlo 'uri(iluliiia, m yn'.us or oM.
rt j i r i., a, tin' .lawn uftmiuanhiKxl, or
-i i f ip tiir Tmile inttrn ilinptar w
. .i u" u.o that tuiprovtuful u coou per-
I or liillnniitiiilnrr nnit Cliroulr Itliru.
mnllin I i."ul, llllluu-. I.i'inilicnt ami lim r
vers. plwiw tr t!m pnnul. Mrrr. Khl
I ' I .'i ler, in lutirra limr no rqujU
I 'far" cmiil l) Vmatnl Ir.wl
'I'lirj nrii it urullr I'ui snlltr II n
it 'I oiilr, i .-nine tlf Itirnt of artltt? a a
.rut in rrlirtiiw (-oncraunn ur In
i ' . rt'ie Uv cr :.!)! M- ii-t OrzaiiMu.t
, " I'.-rfMD.
t'nr Kliln lUrnrtKrnrtlnn T'tlrr. Salt
i It.iiclitf. Sii. I imi'it" IMfcitilfn. Hoi .
I ,n ' ' Hliia-Krn. Svi.l lli'al. Sore l.tc,
I - a Itrh N'urr. i.onitonrr tliM.1n.
ran 111m I i li kiiiuf uliatrvrr nam'
i . ' rt urn litora.iT ili.tt mi iti't arrifMont (.1
i - i ,n In a olibit Uuk L) l: u-t- bt n.eko
Orntrrul Tlioinninl. pr" I'l'n Vivr'.in
nf r i,. Mt wi'iiilerr,,. I.i. ra:.M(.t cicr
li riiikinir 1 1
i:.ii.itirno.vi.i a- co.
I - - lt ami titu. Ab' . .s m 1 1 i- al., .
ijr tt Wiunir.i.'1'in aintt lui tins'" , N V
. il II VA AM. 1IUK.I.IMS A IICALI.IIS-
I'M ti: KO. 1.
VLVCU o. 3.
Tlll'.iXEW CHROMOS-ntOM WII
LARD'S 1'AMOUS PA1NTIMJS.
Thcso Ijpgant Cliromos nro by lar tlio inoH
Ixprcufive pictures ever nlvni to tlio pub
Ic bolna lull of humor and 'Tliifk" to tlio
Mt oxtcnt. SIzo 1U by 22 Incliw. mou ntpd
.,., nnvntj mill trnl 11CM . 1'rlCO 810 tllO
,.,.lr w,.t.,l nr.lura to tlin lilllilUIllT. 1"
1tvnitU.':t!iSuiiorIor btrcet. Cli:clii 1.0
lij-U4Hli:iai-wUin
PATIIONIZK
HOME a?K-DEl
CAIRO CITY BINDERY.
,orner Twelftlt atroet and Washington A
J. C. H U EL S .
(Lato ol St. Louis,):
PllOPJUlSTOU
BOOK BINDER AND HUNK HOOK
MANUFAOTUKKK
.mt.ANIC HOOKS of ovory. doncrlptlou
ono with nontnm-a and tlispatc i. All Kindt
..r 11 l..nn nt klinlt 110 CO. IllblCH
miii. Mni?azliio8 ami l'crloillcuU bound
neat and at tho lowert poss blo rate..
nXnntV wnrL-. aimll 119 UcCOrd. Docke
Kco HookK. UliinWi, etc.. niaUa a M'ejlalty
lloxcis. Pocket llooks. Envelops, etc., tnapo
VJltfTEK?
at lowest rates.
111
OB'B'ICin,
VOL 0.
AIIVEKTI.SL IX
or?.
WIW
.V man Intruding to do Imsliicss must
lln.t prepare lnimcir lo meet Hie re-
iliilrpmcnts of Ills customer; next he
must let eierr possible or probable
ustomcr know that he Is so prepared.
In u very small place ho may TELL nil
tlio people At hat he tan do. Inn largo
illago it printed handbill, pouter or
Irculnr, properlr distributed, will ho
nicatlouy. but WHOEVER IS IX A
I'liACE I.AIKJE EXOL'HH TO SUP
PORT A NEWSPAPER WILIj EIM
I HATIT1STHE CHEAPEST MEDIUM
THROrOH WHICH TO ADDRKSSTHE
l'UltUC.
ADVERTISE IX
i
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BTJ - XiIiSTIK' 031TIItt)I3Sra
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. IWDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1874.
S1rtU
J.' iuu.i.LLy XUUOl'B
Ifccp every tiling pcrtaininf; to tlio
lino of Htnplo mid Fnucy Groceries,
Woodcnwaro, Vcgolablof, Fruit, &.O.,
HYACINTHS.
suw is inr timr to pot your jsuiut tor
i ..... .... i.
early winter Floieert. Wn have a utock
of finer Dutch Jklli for winter and
rpring blooming than tvr bfjorc offered,
imported from Holland for the
autumn trade of 1S7-1, by J). Jf, Firry
iv (Jo. J hey can be rehedon u$ choice.
A variety oj
Hyacinth,
Till Ips,
Crociiy,
JouruiI, kc.
Itnlli?,
Hyncinlli (.'Iiismm.
We will furnith catalogue contain
ing direction for culture and manage
ment of the above, free, on application.
II ill take orden for anything m the
lint of winter gardening.
No 352 EIGHTH St.
OAIXIO, IZtXi,
T. J. KER.TH,
Successor to
BEER. WART. OR.TH &, CO.
Dealer In
STOVES,
HOLLOW WARE &C-,
Manulacturor and Jobbor of
TIN, SHEET IKON and COPPER-
WAKB.
Pump1-, Dlrd Case. Ico Cream l recez
Water Cooler!', wire uiotn lor wiu
dowScrci'H,Japaned Ware,
Etc., Etc.
TIN ROOFING
Cuttrins imrt Jol) Work
MADK A SPECIALITY.
Agent lor tbo
GARRY IRON ROOFING CO.
Tho best Iron Hoofing in tho Market.
rim
Abroad will Receive Prompt
Attention.
ono with Dlrpatch and Warran
W rk dto bIvo Satisfaction.
Dlt . W. JJLAUW
GERMAN PHYSICIAN.
Iiidcrs illrcl;(up Mans) corner fib
v ond Waahlugtnn Avenue.
Hire
9-31.tr
if'
CAIRO, ILLINOIS
- , COB. 12TH QTiiisasi1
TM6BAPHI6.
LOUISIANA.
Gov. Kellogg Replies
the Conservative
Committee.
to
New Oiilkans. Octobor 7 Tho follcw.
Inic letter Ii In reforeiict) to tlio addren of
tbo coniorvatlvo conimlltos, which wut
talngrapbed benco latt ovcnlni:
Statb or IiOUisiABA, Kr'Ttva Dkit,
MW UIII.KANH, UCt. 7, IB4,
Hon. R. H. Marr, Obalrman Demosratlo
Htato Central Comtnltlet:
Sir- I have lutt read with aurnrlio and
regrot tho nddrt of tbo1 coioiultteo of
uf vour addrou 11 tho announcement of
your aequloccnco In tbo proportion with
rfirnnl to tbo method ot boldlnc tbo ccm-
lu election, rocontly agreed to in cuolor
oueo, both by Oie Republican state central
cummlUfO und your comuilttto. X ttk
you to contrast tho mannet and spirit in
which this proposition uai boon recaivcu
and aclod upon by tboso conitnittcos, re
spoatlvely. Tbu JSepubltcan commit
tuo actuatel by spirit which
was habitually supposed to In
tplro such mcaiuros of adjustmunt, re
frained from any alluiion torocont occur
rences in this city and state, and abstained
from any denunciation of tbuir political
opponents. In your addreis you tako
occasion to recapitulate tbo old charges
of oppression brought against tbo repub
lican party and tho preiont etato govern
ment. Notwithstanding tho uncontra
dicted and iQcontroverubUE-tatcments in
my published addressed of tbo 30:h tilt.,
show tbat tho present stato govornmont
Is not respontiblo for either tho present
stato dobt or taxation, but has reduced
both, and also show that for most or tho
debt and taxation of both stato and city
tho democratic party ere directly reipon
iible. You complain that tho polico Juries
of tho parishes aro swelling tho taxes,
but you fall to stato that tho taxes aro
highest In some of tho strongest demo
cratic parishes You assort us a reason
for tho recent disturbances that wo havo
been engaged In Inciting hostilities be
tween whites and macks, and that arms
had been and woro being furnished the
latter. Tbts 1 emphatically deny, and
challenge you to prodnco any prooi to
sustalu tbo assertion. Un tho other band,
you are ft ware that largo quan
titles of arms havo been shipped to
this , sioto for tbo purposo of
arming whites against blacks, with a view
to intlmidato colored pooplo nnd over
throw tho constitutional authorities of
tho state. But perhaps tho motit extraor
dinary statement in your address Is ths
following: "II en co tho presidential pro
clamation was no soonor heralded but ho
(referring to myself) managtd to Inaugu
ratu a couforenco to adjust tbo troubles.
A committee oi conference solectcd by him
mot a similar commiltou solectcd by Gov.
McEnery and Lieut. Qovernor l'onn." Mo
uncalled for and groundless Is tho state
ment, 1 ca.mot for a moment bellevo those
who represented yourparty in tho com
mitter e! conference were consulted be
fore tbir publication whi made. I was
not pryscnt when a commiUao from your
sldo first called upon Mr. Packard and
others at tbo custom buuso, directly after
tbo events of tho 11th of September, l
was much t-ratillud at tho prospect which
thu conferences so held seemed to oll'or of
a fair rogiatmtlon, nnd of un election un.
InlluenceU by vlolenco, intimidation or
fraud. This I buvo fiom the first doiircd,
and still wish to see, as 1 took part for a
few moments by invitation at two ortbrco
of tho discussions, I entered in with
this object; but the statement tbat I man
aged to inaugurate a conference Is entirely
untrup, hi is also tho assertion tbat I so-li-cted
tho committee who acted In behalf
of thu Republican party. 1 refrain from
saying more, on this polut, except that 1
and my friends will faithfully carry out
tbo terms of tho agreement wo had entered
into, whicU I desire to remind you was
strictly confined to matters of registration
and election, and I trust your party, who
virtually assumed the responsibility of
tbo violence and Intimidation horotbforo
exiitiog In tho stato, will carry out your
part of the Kgrooment by suppressing tho
same. In your address I porcoivo you
say wo merely pledge our-selvcs to lend
our aid and Influence to pre.'orvn order.
Tbo agreement is In its spirit f irly exe
cuted in all respoct. In tho formal
protocol signed on tho 38th of September,
your ropresunativo said tho commtttoo rep
resenting tlio Conserativo peoplo's pnrty,
pledge thomselves to coasu all violence
nnd intimidation, of aud exist, throughout
tlio State, and assist tho constituted au
thorities in maintaining and Insuring n
strictly fair and Impartial registration
and election. Permit mo to say, In con
clusion, tbat tbo wholo tonor of your ad
dress, whiah assumes towards tho Repub
lican party ft tone of superiority, nolthor
becomes tho eubjoct nor tho ocension.
Very Itespoctfully, Signed
ym, i . JlELLCQu.
MINOR TELEGRAMS.
Wednesday, Oct. 8. Arrlvod In New
York, tho steamship Russia, from Liver
pool.
Tho National Convention of the Catho
lic Total Abstinonco Union is in session
in Chicago,
Tho tlrasshoppors Aid Society of
Omaha has itsucd a call lor additional
subscriptions.
Tbo court of Commissioners nf Ala
bama claim havo adjourned until Novem
ber. .1. L. Mills, of tho Ogoawa Lumber
Company, was accidentally, drowned to
day at Toledo,
Thoro will bo a loss of $300,000 lo
$100,000 to the crodltota of tlm Freed
moo's Savings bant;.
Tho redemption buroau will not rosumo
tho rodomptlon of national bank notes
till tho 20th lust.
jTbo quadrennial session of tho Ameri
can christian convention Is in session nt
Stnnfordville, N, Y.
Tho oloctions for members of tho Geor
gia legislature, yostorday, resultod In 'fa
vor of tho Democrats.
Tbo Grand Lodge of Masons of Illinois
havo oleoted Jonn n. i,oiunuorry, of .Mo
tropolls, Grand Master.
The (louring mill of Reiser Ss Marvin
Terro Haute, burned last night. Loss,
SlS.000. No Insurance.
John Young Brown was renominated
WASHIlTQTOlsr
to congress to-day by the Dsmocrala of
tho second Kentusky district.
Count Von Arnlm is kopt a closo pris
oner at Ileilm, and still roiuies to surren
der tho political pnpots in his charge.
Tho Brazilian govornmont has issuod n
0 per cent, loan of 527,000,000. Nutnor
nu failures aro roportod as being Imml
ncnt In Iluenoi Ayrcs.
Col. John Coohrano, of Dodge, Wl'Con
sli, was nominated to-day for member of
Congress by tho Republicans. Col. Coch
rano it master of tho state grange.
A flro at Oxford, Ohio, on Monday
nlgbt, destroyed n saw-mill and a stablo
containing 100 tons of broom corn, belong
ing to P. Kagor. Utt $18,000. Unin
sured, A special to tho London Post says anar
chy reigns In Turcisttn. Tho Turcomanj
aro plundering tho ulbos friendly lo Kus
la, and hor armed Intervention is Inevit
able. A London dispatch says : It is rumored
lUt ttan Kmptror William, who Is at
nauen. was grtatly surprised at Count
on Arnlm'a nrrcst; and has domandtd
mo roaron.
Among tbo passenccrs from .Now
for urono to-day were His Kxcolioncr
Itoost J'Lfmbouv nnd lad v. Lord Mnvor
of Dublin and lady, Dr. Hamilton and
Wilton, of tho Irish team.
U J Stnev A II llavliss and Daniel
Dows, ot Now York; A il White or
Brooklyn, nnd 0 il Smith, of Massachu
setts, woro to-day olected diroctors of tbo
loiedo, Wabash and western railroad.
A Berlin dispatch sayst Count Von
Arnim's family havo been informed tbat
bis imprisonment is not Intendod as a pun
Isbment, and tbnt ho will bo released on
tho restoration of tbo documents.
Tho mall stcamor Constitution sailed
from San Francisco for Panama Friday.
She takes a cargo of silks and toat brought
by tho Colorado, and is ordered to mako
the fastest posslblo tiino to Panama.
I.A.WYBIW.
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
T0RNEY& COUNSELOR, AT lkS
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
0Sicc Over Kirt .National Bank. 5-lMm
John 11. Mulkcy.
MULKEY
ATTORNEYS
WlUlam 0. Muikey.
So SON,
AT LAW
CAIEO. IXjIiS.
Ofilico: Eighth street bctwscn Cotnmcr
cial and Washington avenues a-lt-tf.
GREEN & GILBERT,
ATTORNEYS
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William II. (ireen, 1
William II. Gilbert, V
sliles 1 Ullbcrt, i
CAIKO.IOUS.
"special attention given
md tcuint.ojt buaincAS.
to
Admiralty
Ottlco:
Ohio I.cvee, J!eomt .'
Cltv National Hank
and S ove
BE. ROGERS'
mmilSWEMKMr
A brave man may till'erpaln, when Inillcto
upon lilui-cir, beroWali)-; but he
CANNOT SEE HIS CHILI) SUFFER
Thero Is ho other malady, Incident to child
hood, tbnt lo iiRiMiinnaniril liv more IihIr
scribablo wretL-bc-dueioftbe little millerer
man mat
PRODUCED BY WORMS j
and when the parent rully unilcrstunds tbo
situation ho will not delay 11 moment in t,e-i-urlo.'
thu nio-t prompt and t'tlk'b'iil remv
lies to lnmro tlio fxpulniouof tho Intruders.
The remedy may be tound iu
DR. ROGERS' VEGETABLE WORM
SYRUP.
1'leaso bear In mind that
ItOUEItS' WORM SYRIH
Is tho reliable preparation
HOGEltS' WOHMSYHOP
to a palpabio preparation.
ROGER'S' WORM SYRUP
is llkod by tho chlldrcu.
ROOERS' WORM SYRUl
positively doatroys worms.
ROGE1ES' WORM SYRUP
leaves no bad cll'cet.
ROOKllS' WORM SY11UP
Is highly reeommended by phynlelana nnd
la unquestionably tho bct worm medlclno
in tlio world.
I'rlco 25 cent, l-'orsalo by all dnigglsU.
JOHN F. IIL'.NUY, CL'RRAN fc CO.,
Proprietors,
8 ana 0 Collcim Place, New York.
FITS CURED FREE.
Any person suffering Irom tbo abovo dll
eako is ruquctlod to nddrcMS Dll. Piiici:, and
a trial bottle ol medicine will bo forwarded
by oxprcM), I-'ltKKI
Dr. Prlcu Is a lobular physician, and has
siado thu treatment of
FITS OR EPILEPSY
i t-tudy for years, and ho will warrant a
jure, by tbo uso of ills remedy.
Do hot fail to semi to lilm for trial bottle;
I costs nothing, und ho -
av 1 1, j. oil m: x v.
iu matter of bow long
nay be. or bow many
Htaudlng your c.'io
otlic. rciueiliod may
DUVU inilRtl,
Clrctibtra and testimonials scut with
FREE TRIAL BOTTLE.
Addicts
DR. CHAS. T. PRICE.
tu-u-sa-d&wiy
UAiNlWL LAMl'ERT
FASHIONABLE BA11BER
AND
.A. X 33. DB ESaEE
H;hth Streot, betvun Washington and
Commercial Avenue.
L'AIRO, ILLS,
NO. 249
SPEND YOUR MONEY
5o tbat you will get II alt back In
For Real Solid Comfort,
By Investing it ono of our new patont
faakg &r Sim
Fnmoiu for giving out a Wonderful
Floamniit srt.xx.cl.
TJxxXox-xx Xlontf
at a urn m urn '.
Simple lit Construction,
Easily Managed,
Carolully Matto of Very Best Materials,
Alwayibas Firs'.-Kato Draff, aud Is
famM is Eire hMulm tmlm
And Under all Circumstances.
BOLD 11Y
Excelsior Maii'fg Co
012 & 01 1 X. MAIS STREET.,
NT. I.OUIN. MO.
AND BY
HEXDLHSOX. Cairo.
C.W
Ills.
THE
Ianufacturcd by
JOUST P. GAMBLE
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Tho Best and Cheapest "WnBon Man
ufactured.
MANUFACTORY:
O XX X o
j 33 -V 33 E
NEAR JJ-lTH bTHEET.
tnNVBAXVZ
C. N. HUGHES,
General Insiiranco Agent,
OFFICE,
Ohio Lovce, over Mathus itUlil'n.
a-A'oic
represented.
hut flrst-chts Companies
mSUEANCE,
-EsTAin.mil eo 1SCS.-
SntTord. Morris & Caiulce.
Insurance agents,
73 Ohio Loveo, City Nntioual Ran
Uuilding, Caiiio, Ills,
C le oldest CHbtblUlietl Agency In Southo
Illinois, representing over
$65000,000.00.
EoW. Wood & Oo
RIDGE AVENUK
riLILADELAlIIA, PEKN.,
Pountniiis, Van's, Animals, Iron Stairs,
Lump Post, Slnblo I'ittlnga,
M'iro Works.
JAST, WH0UGHT'& WIRE RAILINGS
NEW.nudlMROVEPDOUAlKfortboatrcs,
Couuortand Loeture. Halls.
And a General Assortment of
mental Iron Work
Orna
if
HN
COMMMMQW HEttCHANTH.
, O. CLQSE,
QErtErt!' i
f
3
Commission MorchanU
And Dealer In
Lime, Comcnt, Plaster, Htir, Ac.
OHIO LEVEE.
ZSri will sell In car load Iota at manurtiv
turern prices, adding freight.
COFFEY, HARRISON Sc CO.,
(Successors to D. flurd.';Bon.)
Afro
Commlaaion IMoTclianta,
Hom.sjimnianHAt.
Ho r. Ohio Love. OAlho, n,ta
Wood Rittenhouao & Botlier
AND
GENEHATi COMJH8SION MEnCITANT,
133 Ohio Lovco, Ciro.
Z. D. MathiiH4
E. 0. UK
MATHUS8 &. UHL,
Vorrrardlug ti Oen.ral
Commission Merchants,
Dealers In
JU.OV1V, GllAIN, 1IAY A2fD
OlHO XiBVEB,
0Arno, Ills.
II, A. Tlioms Ij. r. Thorns
THOM3 & BROTHER,
SuccetosTS to U. ll.Uulcn,
COMMISSION MEROH ANTSi BROKER
AMD SBAUinS IM
laplo sunt Fnney Urocerle,
Korelgn and Domesuo
PEUITS JSTTTT1
1C1 Comnorclal Avenue,
CAIRO. - - ILLINOIS.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAUQXIT VAniETT STOCK IH TUB 0
QOOD3 SOLD VB11Y OLOBB.
Sorner of HtueloeniH Htret aad Com
raerclol Aveaas.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
O. O. 1'ATIBH
MILLER & PARKER,
General Commission
-AND
FORWARDING MERCH
s.
Dealers in
FLOUR, CORN, OATS, HAY.io;
Agents for Fairbauk. Scales.
OHIO LEVEE. CMRO ILLS,
JOHN B. PHILLIS 4i SON.""
(Successor to John 11. Phlllw,)
General Commission
AND
FORWARD ING MERCHANTS,
Dealers In
HAY, CORN,
OATS, FLOUR,
MEAL, RRAN, &c'
Agents for Laflin & Rand Powder Company.
COR. TENTH ST. & OIUO LEVEE,
CAIRO, ILLS.
D .AYBllO.
K. J. ATna
AYERS & CO.,
AUD
GEN EH AL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. IH Lnvxn.OniiiOAiso, Ixxa.
W. Strulton.
T. Bird
STRATTON & BIRD
WHOLESALE GROCERS
AND
ommission McrchantSi
Agents Amorican l'owdor Company
!7 Clio zsrJt-E. Quito.
R. SMYTH & CO.
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No. GO Ohio Lovoo,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
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