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W. L BRISTOL,
FAMILY
GROCER
Hoops ojrorything portainintt to
tho line of Staple and Fancy Oro
ocries, Woodenwaro, Vegotablos,
Fruits, too., too.
Try My New Style Mixed
TEA,
Dill'urent Combiimtion Prom any
Before OH'orcd iu tho Market,'
and of Excellent Flavor.
Whittaker Hams
WISCONSIN BUTTER,
.Sweot ud Rlrh
Central Hop Yeast
Again This Summer.
'NEW STYLE
LAMP CHIMNEYS,
SEE THEM
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
CAIRO ILL.
t o il .
Coal Coal,
PITTSBURGH,
PARADISE,
ST. JOHN'S and!
PEYTONA CANNEL
Orders for Coal by tho car-lond,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment,
promptly attended to.
fcaTTo largo consiunors and all
manufacturers, wo aro prepared
to supply nny quantity, by tho
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL COMPANY.
CTMIalllday Mm, ' ofllre, Xo 70 Ohio Uu-c
liainday itru uluirflioat
ti-Ai r.irjpiuni .hum, or
C-At the Coal Dump, foot nf Thu-ty-Klghl
aint-i
rj-lot tlfflt Druwr. :kr?
JOHN TANNER,
Iti'lnil Diiilcr In
SCOTCH AJJLmJEJ
"WO
English. Porter
Imported from Now York City.
lll.Mlfi'P . No. 178 WaahiiiKton Avo.
J)bl Ul ! Cornor Elevonth St.,
OAIJIO, IIjXi-
411-5-1s-iu
REST ! REST !
Ever present "Rest for tho Weary."
luttn'i", I'iiluwrt nn"l )lultiT :il
G. W HICK'S
Mattress Manufactory,
Corner of Xlnilifiilh uinl I'ntilar Mnvta. Ik.--wn
llii- Srvt York slore ami Vit , 'I'aylnr'a nf
ll, as fiillow: i;xii'laliiv nml Mmck Mat
trrm, ftill uliu, cotton top, .vii mtuihI clt-,
t otton top, .)) koikI plain chuck Matlm-M. 'l
anl l.ouniri', Dtu, ami Cilli Mult rexes nt
icilucdl iivlci' to Hill tin- haul Huh;. Icllili
all Icily ranli. IIIkIk t unh prh' aM itr nn
klmi'ka. ilcllniil at mv l.utoty
li.!U-il.tw.iw
The Private Proirriptinn Book,
ie i n4 Boiuiil liivcHHce,
hrcD.iUU, ('KUtrb, C'uniumi twu lU
I'ltttiU, VrfiU-u'tfttf lltiu(tk fti'lu
u,H.Tf hlUiU hlxlfkln I'Ufuit, 1 1
ir Cutwi'Ul'il, l-tmal VfhVutri l.i.lno
il4-. Bcinluul uuU Nvi vou IJi
b(UynU yjhamitrii, lni(ot(tn
l C. tll'fl, "UKtuir ui.tl blltltHkM- Jfl'
hn Mia.... I'M t)U fur ilt tilvftle
PrftMription Hick. iw Uit nitirt
MARRIAGE GUIDE XiXfilSXlZX.
!". ."l V."nUSew Mtlhod. of lTt-atnieat I. r
l..lJr .'! rt.Dl onnn, ta aU iiU. , ;
uiturti.Mwkglnhr.llt. .UU Oold. for M
Uurl.4 J llux. comenrUtUii U.rrlw.. f lULr.oluj lu
uorual tuu lliuait la a. uiLr U'tl u Jr k.I .a
IWtlrS tt ti i14nM
THE AMERICAN REMEDY CO..
Ho. 70S Ploa wrcet, r, lona, VO.
VOL. 7. CAIRO, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, JTJNK 24, 1875. NO. 159.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wbolejulc and Retail Dtalrr In
'Foreign and Domestic
LIQUORS
ANI
Ul.MlH OF AM laIMS.
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
CAino, ILLS.
1VL Utfr Mock (if tlin beat Roods "' II mar.
Lit, and KUe(4fclil attention lot l- uliulrsnle
hi:.
ICE ! JJJ ICE !
HUSE, LOOMIS & CO.,
I iiVp RiKit plmMirc in Hiin-iiMK lux tliat lli-y
nr.' now irejnil l i'i'' ,H'riiii wili
LAKK ICE
tit thorny unality, tlltn r ! their hoiim or
ai mi moii. unicr) qii'Miiii ut iu ni u'
oftlcr,
No. 00 Oldo Levee, CAIRO, ILL.
ICE ! ICE ! ! ICE ! ! !
JOHN SPROAT,
Wholesale and detail Dcalrr In
PURE LAKE ICE
Cairo and Kankakee, III.
cairo orncE
At Hulen & Wilaon'a. ComerTwelfth St
and Ohio Levee.
I ill run an In: uapon throughout the
i-iainn, drlherlng pine hike iu; In any
art of tin city at Hi. lowr.t lnnrl.it prhc, and
will alo furnhli my friend out.lde the city with
tebythe cake or car load, r-icLed In Miwitutt
or ablpineul to any distance.
iioTr.ut.
GRAND CENTRAL
HOTEL,
COMMERCIAL AVENUE
Corner X31.sla.tlx JStx-oot,
WM. WET7.UI.. Proprlutor.
A 'I IUVrY vatrh lipt liiclit ami day for
...X irilim ami M.timboaU
'I he l-r-l (if ntrommod.illoii, Tor tmnaUnt
Ktift at 'I wn Dollar irl.iv S-tr-tf
WIIOI.I'.SAM. ISIMII'KUN.
STRATTON & BIRD,
Wholesale Grocers
Ami
Comniiosion Merchants
AGENTS AMERICAN POWDER CO.
57 Ohio Levee.
II A Tlmius. I. I. 'i'lionn.
THOMS & BROTHER,
Citrrraaon l II l llultn,)
Commission Merchants
Ami iU-uUtd In
STAPLE AND FA N C Y
GROCERIES,
Foroifrn and Domoatio Frulta and Nutn
184 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
Wholesale Grocer
leaUr In
BOAT STORES,:
Commission Merchant,
No. 10 OHIO LEVEE.
Ql'KCIAI.ntk-ntlun kUvii to cril;:iniicntn anil
lllliiu.' onters.
PAI.Vi AMMIII.S,
F - - -
B. F. PARKER,
Dealer In
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
ATall Papor, Window Glass, Win
uow nnaaos, aso.
Ahvaya on luml, the ri'lrhratvil llliimlnnllna
AVllORA. OIL.
Broaa' Butldlnci
Oorntr Elevsnth Street and Wathtav
ton Avenun
A RICH HAUL.
Hero fry ifllir Niifo Vnun (lie M'rrrk
nf Ihf I'tillo.l Nlnlt-a .1fnti.ol.Uiir
t'uiubvrlHiiU.
(rroiiithn.S'allonnl ltepulillcan
Tin- Iron latulv taken from tlio
wreckiifthulll.fateil United States aIiIji
of war CiihiIrtIiiikI, run Into nml mink liy
tlio Confederate rain Murrlnme, In llnmji
ton Hoail, In 1S'J2, is now on exhibition
In tills city. It l an old-fashioned eon
cern, wii:ire, adout the il.u of a roininon
le tea-eliet. and Imllt of it Iron.
When found It was lyluK on Its -Ido, bu
rled In aliottt four liet of mini on n denk
next to tho one where It toxd when the
-I il 1 went down, l!ut has eaten through
It In M'Veral tilare-i, and there Ls an ojicn
liift on ll sldii about three Inehes wide.
eauctl, It Is .iilipoed hy Iho uxplo-Ion
of a torpedo. It U mid that throii'Mi this
openlnj,' a chower of SWXl In uold coin
marked thu truck ol Uk no'iit from the
wn-ek lo ihe H;liooner. Xonp of It of
course can be recovered, us Hip watrr
lliere Is m arly 100 feet deep and the tldu
vet.v will. The patties ate sllent In re
irard to Its eontunt'', and are not llkelv
to tell the amount of its treasure, but ft
l conllilentnlly believed that their bank
ing aeeoitnt has been lncreaed about
7.,(W iu 'old. Fully this amount has
lKn I'Xpended In various vain endeavors
to tlml it More these parties umlertook
thejob. One comp.tny alone, at the head
of which was ex-Oov. Gilbert O. Walker,
N known to have fmnk ii",000 In the
frultle's enterprl-e. It Is known now
that thoe who formerly tearihcd for this
money were many limes either standing
on the very .'pot or very near It. and
had they known it eould have ea-llv put
their handfi on It. The deck around It
had been "-battered and the .safe it-elf
lieen partly blown open bv torpedoe.-i
Iwln exploded befldy It. 'hlle Capt.
Ilrowu was earchlu for the epot where
lie fiiliio-Ml lliu sati- to be he tiiuiblcil
nx-'die-t what he suppo?ed to b- u Jo" of
wood, mil wnat no i uii-npietitlv wa hor
rified to llnd was the ha-tly iliualns of
a man, iiarueneu ami petnucd into .-.lone,
(landing o!id and erect, a lone ientinel,
wateliln-.', a-ltMCtv. the treasures of
the deep surrounded bv the hones of hi
io-t ('ouinides ulio dli-il with liim wlill.t
vainly and nobly battling lor the pre-rva-
iiiin oi ineir 'oou ami oeiovetl old .-lilp.
It wa? when endcavorlii',' to rai-c till
strange object out of it, -.'rave of mud he.
found the safe, which was linmedialelv
taken up and brought to of
folk. llrown has been a most
Micco-sfiil diver, havlm,' pcriormed inanv
dangerous and dilllenlt operations of tills
kind, both here and iu Ktiglaiid. O. K.
C. .Mahbv, whoemiiloys him, anil who
gets the bulk of tills monev. Is a mer-
chant ol this city, and 1 largely engaged
in wrecKing openuions in an parts or tlio
I'nlted States, lie will doubtless nut tho
gold where It will do tho most good.
Several sti-picioit-. characters, attracted
Here, Ills Miiwo-ed. "V tbe announce
ment that the safe would not be opened
until thu arrival of certain Intere-ted De
troit parties, have been nut uniler the
surveillance of the police. Three of them,
two nigni- iHMorc me sale was ota-ncd.
fiu iiiinm n-en-ieii in inii imi.K uru oi
ll.i ,)- l"ll. .v." l.... ).,
jut made their e-eapc before they could
be arre-tcd.
A ItrinliilNceiire or U'atnrliMt
When the French and allied arinle-
were iienrlug each other on the fateful
Held of U'alei loo, all men recognized the
Intere.-t of the llual strug.'le, and looked
it it trom their ditlerent .MaM(l)olnts hi
dllh-ivut ways. Old Uarou liothjchlld
a u wuii iinauciai eyes, aim peroeiveii
tliat tlie opportunity was too good to be
Io-t. lie lollouisl the allied nrmv. atid
at a -alo di-tanee awaited the re-uft. So
oon as It was dellnitelv known tleit tin-
allies wei e victorious, he started byre-
nv oi norscs tor i.omion. lie ar
rived at the Channel ; n -torm wa nig
ing,and no one could be found to take him
over. At la-aa poor boatman was found,
who. on the payment ol what was to him
a fortune, ri-ki.'il his own life and tliat of
the Itaron on the stormy strait iu an
ommi boat. They crossed iu safety, and
tlie isaron mounted trie norse already
provided on the KnglMi .-Ido and has
tened on to the capital, lie had caused
all things to be In readiness, for he fore-
aw the chance ot turning r. knavish
penny, and was prepared, iiu arrived
in London late at night, and kept his
coming secret until the next morning,
wiiue nt agcni.s were spreading tne te
ports of a terrible defeat of the Kngllsh.
K.uly next day he went on tho i-treet
and aided to sweel the panic bv
orrowfnllv .-hakim: his head when
ever the ISriti-h army and thu battle were
mentioned. .Meantime i.ngll.-li rtocks
were lading wuii Jigntning speed, and
hi- clerks were buying, at ruinous rates,
all they eould Hud. So It went on, all
that day. everybody i-elllng, and Huron
llothscliild alone buying. Xext day
came tlie government vessel with life
olliclal report of a groat victory. Stocks
went up if fa at as they had gonu down;
the Haron unburdened, sold out at a
large advance, and pocketed, nobody
knows how much ome say X3,fX)0,0i)U.
Sow comei the sequel. Years afler,
llothsclilld aked Horace Veruet to paint
liUltortrait. Vernet did ;-o. and after
the work was done two thousand Irnnes
were tendered him in payment. This,
to Ids notion, taking into consideration
ids own reputation mid means, ami the
fabulous wealth of tlie sitter, was a ridic
ulously small slim so small, indeed, tis
to enrage nun to tuu nisc degree, lend
ing back Iho money, he asked that
the portrait bo returned. "Tell
your inaMcr i win paint mm a
portrait tliat will make him immortal."
The portrait was returned, and when
Vernet's next great iiattlu acntie ap
peared, u was seen now wen no nail Kept
his promise. In the background were
struggling groups ol men mid horc,
half bidden by suioku ami dust; on tho
ground lay dead and dying, wounded
trodden under tool, broken mnskcte-. mid
all tho other accompaniment of a hard-
lougnt nay.
Iu the Immediate foreground, with
mean, disordered garments, disheveled
hair and a pauloati lcken countenance,
was an old Jew, running with all hato
front the seeiie of thu eonlllet, toward the
ob.-erver, and lightly grasping a uionov
hag under each arm. The countenance
was that of Huron ItotlnchUd, and an ex
cellent likeneis. ,n recognized lliu re
semblance, all ivuiumbered how
Iho Huron had profited bv
FranroV mUfnrtuno.imd the revenge wa's
complete. lEothclilld applied to the
French (ioveriimeul to havu the matter
righted, but the Assembly declined to
"fiavo any government pleturo defaced,"
and lo-day iu tlio lloyal Uallory at Paris,
thu old Jew still hurries away Irom the
vicinity of cold steel mid hot lead, and
Iho eager guide relates to amused visitors
tlie story of Haron Hotlischild mid tho
Hattlo of Waterloo.
BETTING ON THE RACES.
A Neriie nl Jeroinr I'lirk-Tlic Uiuilh
lllilf I'ropeiialllea or Metro Silolile
Kiiya.
The New York Sun describes Ihe an
tics of the negroes at .Icromc park on
raceHlays. They aro the hostler and a
few Jockeys who belong to the stables of
the races, and aro privileged on that
account to aemhloon the lawn, between
the running track and the exercise
ground. F.ach darkey lets on his horse,
the horse that belongs to his favorite sta
ble or his friend's stablq. "1'nclc Tom,
what boss voit bet on V I bets on He
lorni." "flow much you bet? I'm go
ing to double your money on Aaron l'en
iiliigton," responded tJikloTom. "Done!
dar' mv monev,"' 'ays .lack, drawing
out a twenty-live cent 'tamp. "An'
Tom. you hold do money." "Xo, no ! I
won't let dat nigger hold my money."
crle" I'ncle Tom. "Sam, you come heah;
you Hole de money, ".o, uat
I Hole de money, ".o, uai
Vt do," responds Jack, "ham can't
e itty money.'' iVcIl ilea, doe ; let
hole de in'oiiey." say. TutU'Tom.
won
hole
.loo lioiu tie indncv." sav
Thcv ncree on Joe. and the betting nro
gres's;s. The boys crowd their favorite
horses on L ncle Tom until they double
his pile, which Is ull of four dollars.
When the race begins these excitable
children of Africa grow wild and shout
their hope-i and fears to the top of their
voices ami in their peculiar lingo, "Dar
now : dar dev go. Orlnstead's ahead.
Dltln't 1 lell you my bo's gwlne to beat
(IN race';" "I'shaw! you ditnno wnt
you tnlkln' 'bout. I.ook a-yondcr! 1'e
lbnn's ahead! Dar'.s my hos! lie's
gwine to win all tie money for tils nigger,
shine." Then. us the hor.-es dart up the
hoinestreteh. they toss thelrfinns up wild
ly, shouting lu-tily. each for his favorite.
Hut when the winning horse pacs un
der the wire a dead silence follows,
broken only by the voice ot Uncle Tom.
who says, in -conilul tones : "What did
I tell you: C'ouiu to me next time when
you want to know what hos going to
bat.'' Then all the other darkies turn
away with drooping heads, go oil' to the
stables, and are seen no more until the
net race leglus.
llmlurrt-tl TaiTil.
IX. Y WorW, It'lli.l
Mr. Tweed converses freely with hl
eoulldeiitkd friend-, and from them the
following lacts have been obtained : Mr.
Tweed, from the time iiu was sentenced
and placed Iu prison to the present mo
ment, believed that the entire procedure
was wrong and utiust. He considers tlie
imprisonment lias been the direct eau-e
of the disease from which lie is now suf
feringdiabetes, it will be remembered
that the council of physicians who ex
amined Tweed, shortly aller ho was
placed in thu hospital, stated iu Its report
that .Mr. Tweed could not live ten years
longer in thu penitentiary. Mr. Tweed
is sanguine about Ins prospects for ob
taining bail. Said lie, iu conversation
with a friend two or three (lavs ago,
"Wnv, .Mr , I can get my ball re
duced. Other men do it, and to refuse
some reduction on such a large amount
as $:i,000,000 would be preposterous."
Mr. Tweed Is in excellent spirits now. At
times during his confinement he would
grow de.-pondent. and has several times
exclaimed : "Well, there is not much use
lor me lo live, i mwin -well n.-."
xVM u.'t ....(.mi it.- reyTtmc', uo-t-
nes In ease he should be relea-ed on
ball was asked of an Intimate friend ot
Mr. Tweed. The gentleman replied :
"Only yesterday Mr. Tweed said to me :
'1 will not leave Xew York, come what
may. If I stay in prison, then prNon It
is.' As to ids resinning bu-ines, In case
ofrelcn-e, I do not know what Mr.
Tweed'- Intentions are," said the gentle
man. David Dudley Field lelt Xew York for
Ho-toii ye-terday afternoon, Lat even,
lug a H'w-W reporter called on F.llhtt
Hoot, one of Tw eed's lawyers, to obtain
information in regard to the release of
Tweed.
"Mr. Tweed will not leave Hlackweli's
Island until next Tne-day," said .Mr.
Hoot. "His counsel cannot complete
their arrangements In regard to his case
until tliat time. 1 presume that there is
an understanding between .Mr. lYckham
and Mr. Field as to when Mr. Tweed will
bo discharged. I do wot know that a lall
it re to obtain ball ls preventing ids ill
charge." "Will you inform me what arrange
ments have been made In regard to ob
taining hail'"
"Mr. Tweed will have no ditllcnly iu
obtaining bull on thu criminal indict
ments. Whether he will obtiiln $.1,000,
000 Iu tlio civil stilts ls a (iite.-tlon. Von
must understand that it's a mighty hard
matter for any man to obtalr. so large
bail a tliat. We may succeed In getting
the ball reduced, which is proiable. An
other dillleulty iu the way of jetting ball
is that thu bondsmen must own a certain
kind of property. Hallroad stocks are
regarded In a vastly ditlerent light fiom
real estate hy the law."
"If Tweed can not give ballon the civil
suits he will bu obliged to llvf In I.udlow
street, will he not;"
I sunno-u so. II thu sheili does his
duty. Hu did not In the cai of Sonet.
I ilon'l-thlnk .Mr. Tweed would leave
Xew York, nor I don't want you to un
derstand me as saying that thu bhcrilt
w ill not do his duty. 1 tliink I have
nothing lurthcr to communicate."
KINGSFORD'S
PURE AND
Silver Gloss Starch,
For tlio Xj.iuacli-y.
MixrFACTUKF.il IIV
T. KINGSFORD & SON,
Tho Beat Starch in tho World.
UIVK& riKAUlIll'I-FiXISHTUTlIK MX US',
unit the lUiflirmalu cnt between It and coin
Dion btaicli U ariuiely hull acnl for an ordin
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RKSIDENCn: Xo 21 Thlrlwnth atreet, he
tw'n Wuhlnslon avenue and Walnut atm-t .
OFFICE: Xorth aldr of KIslith utrttt he
Iweon Commercial ami Whlngtonaenne,
0.
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ItKSlliKXCKt Corner Xlnth ami Walnut
trivia.
OFFlCi:: Corner Sixth ativet ami Ohio U-ee.
OFFtCK IIOUIIS: FromOa.m. ISni,, and
frum 2 to 8 li. in.
D
It. W. BLAUW,
Gorman Physician.
OFFICE: lluiler'a Illock, (up-italrs) , corner
r.ighth street ami Waihlneton avenue.
l,AWYi:itS.
JOHN H. MULKEV,
Attorney ttt Iiiiw.
CAIItO, ILLINOIS.
OFFICE: KlKhth Street, li-tween Commer
cial ami WnaMnirton avenucB.
CJAMUEL P. WHEELER,
D
Attorney "t Iiinv.
OFFICE: Ohio U-v, over room formerly
occujiletl hy First X'atlonal Hank,
CAIItO, ILLINOIS,
QIIEEN & GILBERT,
AttorneyN nml ComiKflorN
at IiUW.
OFFICE: Ohio luf, rooms 7 ami w
City Xallonnl Hank,
William II Gusn. )
William II tiilh.it, CAIllO ILLINOIS.
Miles Fud'k UllUrl )
Cj!RsTlal alleiitlun fdtcu Ailmlralty aud
jteuiuhoat hulurii,
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
PROPRIETOK.
BINDER AND BhAiNK BOOK
MANUFACTURER.
iulletin Butldlnir, Cornor Twelfth Street
and Washington Aronue,
OaIto, XUlnola.
t3Connly iiuJ Ilallrotvl Work a ipenlalty,
.ni.wlv i.iVKxtKii
MRS. L. J. SPEARS.
Weit sldo Commercial Avenue, between
Aienm ana rtinin aueeta,
(Xi-xt iloor In .1 Ilurgcr's dry gomU Hloit.)
A full line of the late-it and mnt fashlQuahle
styles of
HATS AND BONNETS
alu'uv on hand, Also every variety of
nibbonn Itxoos and' TriTUEQingS,
from the chcapot to the most coxliy. Lailie
will llml any and everytlilnB In Iterators fora
complete fttreet, hall nr putty outllt.
l'riera to roraiele with any In the Went.
Hj-AUo liKent fur the IJoine Sewing Machine.
iw-s-w-tr
HOWIE BROTHERS,
PACKERS,
Wholesale, Retail and
Commission.
vv lloo ac'm 1 loo 1k.
Comer Poplnr and Eleventh Streets.
S&'IIighcBt Cash Frico paid for
Ilogs and Cattle.
DANIEL LAMPERT,
Fashionable Barbor
XZA.XR
xi. xi ana 3D xi.,
Noivni suit: of maiiTii street
Between Washington and Commercial
Avenues.
JACOB WALTJSie,
BUTCHER
AM)
Dealer in Fresh Meats
EIGHTH STREET,
Between Washington ind Commercial
Avenues, adjoining Hanny'a.
KKF.1'8 for tale thetmt Beef, Perk. Mutton
Veal, Lamb, SunsAxe, o., and I pre
pared to nerve fiunlllea In an acceptable manner
FOBWMDXHO
CommiMipn M (trchant,
Anddatler la
FLOUR, MSAU. OBATJl KAY,
TO. ' 'v..
5ohw2v. 1 CAUO,H.LlifOf
r.-s-tr. ,.
O. OLOflE.
Commistion Merohmnt
aitd mahk in
LIMB, OXMXKT, PLAITXX,
HAIB, 0.,
Vader City lUUml 'ak.
Wn.I.wJl lo CM-lovI loti
prices, oldlnx KrtiaTht.
JOHN B. PBUXIS
AND ION,
(Hiircetaun to John B. rhiaU)
torwabbhtq
ajtu
OommiMdon Merchant
And UMder In
HAY, ORIS, OATS, VLOUB,
MIX, lXaUT, tU.
Agtau for LAnnr mm towois oo
ZOormar Tamth ftraat ul Okla
Ziawaa.
Z, I) MathiiM. K, C.
MATHUSS fc TJBX,
FOEWABDmO
And Gancral
Commission Merchant
Dealer in
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AlfD
PBODUOX,
04 OHIO
E, -I. Ayrea, 8. I). Ajtss.
ATRES tfc CO.,
And (enetal
Commission Merchants
No. 78
OHIO LEVEE.
M.W. MlUrtH. W. P.AXLKT. J. M. WtU).
PARKER, AZLEY & WILD,
(Successor to Farkcr ft Axlej,)
uBjtxn-U.
COMMISSION , MERCHANTS
Dealers lo
Ha-, Corn, Oats, Flour and Coun
try Produce Generally
ORANGES,
LEMONS,
and CHOICE
BUTTER,
A Siwclaltr.
100 Commercial Avenue, OAIBO, IZX.
43J-5-il-tf.
DYAST. rARKEIl. B. II. CCKXIMOBUM.
PARKER & CUNNINGHAM,
(y'ueceaaora to Miller ft rarker.)
FOEWAED O
AMP
Commission Merchants
And Dealers In
WHEAT, HEAL, GRAIN, HAY,
61 ouw2t. i0AO. "ilHOIS.
J3"Wenare fanif.r tne Ijiixe Tellow Ware
hou.e, storage rapacity a.nou lona, which give
us ample facilities for storing and shipping.
INMVRANCB.
C.N. HUGHES,
General
Insurance Agent
0FFICJC:
3CXO
OTMstaUuMftUsl'l.
VTOXE but Fint-Ulaaa Compaalts rtpra
aented.
INSURANCE.
etablhhep Ibis.
S AFFORD, MORRIS
AND CAUDKE,
Gentral
Insurance Agents.
13 OHXO LEVEE,
City )(aoaal leak Miliar, tsalrt.
rne Oldest KsUbllaksd Agtey ls sth
era Illinois, representing ovm
Mk 000 000.
Tow-Boat For Sale
TIIIK fltihat-ritM nlm for sale IBB III
X Towing- Sttm-Wtwl Daat, lka Uaaaaam.
furniture aa abc now lies at Cairo. IU. n
llrr lrtxrth la 143 (ett, her bnsdtalitMt, tm .
Jepth i feet end aieaaurcs tit leaa. ajaa kaf S ft
boUers 84 feet Ionic sad M Inches rtlajnaster. I ; Ugh,
BreaaureiajlnwwlOiertlndari. ITS hlli nm
llawater and a (Ml tloksi S tsstt isjnjl, is '
ekes in diameter and IT lacaes itnM aaitli
modera IffiproremsaHaa u It.MlfMill
lUuuch, cs worthy, sod U good. fiUtlml
navigatloa. rertsms W.' j T
CAtso, T1U., KnfmbrS, WJiH-Mjpl
1 m.

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