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R. W. MILLER,
FLOUR, MEALGRAIN HAY,
OttM, aiu.lltiia. aivtUAlsic, OstMi Twelfth. MtxMt ni Wmlilatt o r. Avanu.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 19, 1875.
RcopH ovorythinjr pertaining to
tho lino of Staple ana Fancy Qro
, soriofl, Woodcnwaro, VcgotablcH,
i Fruits, &c, &c.
?&tpi ' .ipsa .
My Now Stylo Mixed
Different Combination From any
Rcforo Offered in tho Market,
and of Excellent Flavor.
Sweet asd Rich
Central Hop Yeast
Attain This Summer.
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
MT. CARBON(Big Muddy)
Ordors for Coal by tho car-load,
'on. or in hoEsheads. for shinmont.
. promptly attended to.
CSTTo largo consumers and all
Manufacturers, wo aro prepared
:o supply any quantity, by tho
Month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL COMPANY.
r3-II:ilIMay Ilro aonlc, No 70 Olilo Leuc,
fVIIairiday Itio ' wliarfboat
C-At Kifvptinn Mllla, or ,,, ,
CJ-At the Coal l)uiiii. tuot of Tlility-l.lslit
KJ-l'ojt Offlce Drawer. ,"W).
'Butter, Eggs, Fish, Poultry,
Game and all kinds of fresh
Fruit and Vegetables.
" Eighth Street, Carro, 111
30nler for Stcamlioat promptly Idled ut
any hour, ilny or iilsht 7-i:i-tf
Wholesale, Retail and
ytST Highest Cash Price paid for
Hogs and Cattlo.
A Book for the People.
(jp f Unt il.iuble ruliiiim I'.fi'ni.J'.KHhn
.,. ..... (l"l'iUiijuvliia,iiutlii!iiiurul,
JI AIIII I At. I.. J morul ai jciw ri , Uu,iut th avar a,
tlnna, tho Myaterlea or llojiroauctlon, &o. Aauwlma
mthirltyjm iKf; i;jli.i.i.1,iiiijL,r nary amlOcn-oruiWoOr(aniurMliwr.,im-iudliii
ii f.,i,i,,r pri
vate, Viiie'S1' t-luoulu Ulaeaacaufbuili'aearMlif
v Early Abuaej .. ii. .,,,(., u,, J,.
gfr. i.t ran in. '" ,.!" '""."'"Il', Ir.dms luiirf.
lualurodimyauJ Impotency-a .rli. touiuililrlxiln
nuark auiiTl iini.m, liiiiuinouiuj iiuiar m I hi I w(,rW
ur k atli irlliiiiitnt, lal I Hi' "
lying mimi'mui ln.'r ptlun.
l'rlw,iiiirlH'ri,IMNlJUUCiUhl illt'i. tl.lo A j.,
i liltt on mo liavrotni ireaimeui ui Dvcriuatorrntn, (T.
IiiX vuiilrut. uf Hid alime nrk.jeiil l ii'a tappet ou
h-cipt tir.tamli. Aim a aiiiau mvuius. svmwo uutat
ulHitt ilinf.., , 41 pak't a, lUda. AJitK',
TI1U MEDICAL 4 BUF.QI0AL1NBTITUTP,
JIII.WAI Hr.K, WII.I'.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wliolrsalc and Ititnll Dr-.ilera In
Foreign and Domestic
WUVKN OF A IX KIXDM,
Mo. 60 Ohio Levee,
MKSflltr. SMYTH CO. have cciiiiuutiy
n Inrse ntiK-k of the. beat Kwl In lliemar-
a.rt, ninl Klve. -tim attention ionic wuiwu
rnncli or the lnihn.-aa
The Undersigned Having Given
Is now Prepared to Furnish Ico
At prices that will Comparo Fav
orably with uny Dealer. He
will now Devoto his niton
tion Entirely to his
Corner XOislxtli Btroot,
WB. WETZEL. Proprietor.
TIll'STY watch kept ntplit anl day for
train ami ateamlo.itJ
The of r-,mnilallona
irunu at 1 wo Dollar. tr dar .
whom nam: .HOO.UK.
STRATTON & BIKD,
AOENTS AMERICAN POWDER CO.
57 Ohio Levee.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
No. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
QI'IX'IAL attention glu-ii toconslKiilnenta and
U ii 11 ins oniera
B. F. PARKER,
?aints, Oils, Varnishes,
33 XI. T7 IS XX 23 19.
iVall Paper, Window Glass, Win
aow onaacs, acc.
Alwiiya on h.md, the celebrated illuminating
Corner Eleventh Street and Waahinir
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
bulletin Bnlldlnir, Corner Twelfth Street
and WaihlnKton Avenue,
J-Coiititv and lUllrond Work a siwelaltT.
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Between WaaJUnirtoD nd Oomuerolal
Avenued, aajomiOK nanny .
XT UKl'S for tale the heat Ilccf. I'rk, MuUou
11 v t-iti, jaiiiu, (?uuaiv, nun a itm
parwt toaerru lunilljea In nn uccptiile manner
an Aur.n man'm noi.ii.amir.
Wm I n clilM Willi fair, firr. flaxen locl,
licliKlitel morr to Miliar lioll)riocka
In huinnifr ilayn, or ililile from the aaoil,
Hian Alexamltr, natlona to coiiitiunu?
DM I InilM Un ol litrawn un'l ainli", ll-ti
Tlitm proudly, iu IIioukIi knowing ILeyMt-ie
Ktauncli , ,
f.lke Ni-Uon'a flrtl, orTyrlan Arifoslef?
And lliouxlit 1 then lo liarnexn ttrfls of files!
To koI my cliarluti of Iwndnl ipillla,
With all llic ixiiiip of Itoiiu'a hills'
A lily-i:up van u fairy', unte-rooni,
A grai plr ncniaader'itiuuteil pliimc
A rpider'n weltu lUhvniinii iniKhtdraw;
'lliundrr oiceoftioil, not .Suliirt'n law.
ImaKltiatlon. roUil In IrU Into,
Wai then my Infant nplrlt'a youthful urnt
Her hrow la carp-italnul now t hrr crmlnr cloak
Ik-llta her J ears, an tno6ta wmptlieoak.
Kalnt, far away , a memory, a aonnd,
Keliunt. twin, nturna, mv luore profoiinuj
Oil it no koitow for the "it I name
It llo. or rrophrcy.e'eii though Itcalne
KartnroMgli the Intrleaclrn ofthv mind,
C'oudolinK lf with "elf for hrvathluB Mind.
It wax my childhood) not raau'a llrsl estatr,
Hut hli existence intermciliate
' I wetu the Kternal 'I hotiarhl, cre-atuc fe-nt,
When tuoeternltlea, with naei un.nt,
Each other liallol acroi the l'rrjent'a floor
'Jlic raat,andtod'aiintrjtelel Eiermore.
ilils, twi, la dentlny, gift mot auhllme
'I lie labyrinthine wa r. make IhrouKh tlmt
I count it alKite and more than man can give,
'lh' iiulNirtere.lcoiirclouaneai that till 1 lite
'I hough I had harder leciom yet to learn.
Yonderinr cblldhoixl'a innocence return!
Though deloti h;Ue hreii the wan nr. d drt'tit
'Ihrough chilling abadotva tip the mountain
Stumbling ami urary 'neath my mortal mak,
Curtains of acn-e are falling Irom the horcu
Moody nml hnnkey.
DwIIit I.. Moody is a New KtiL'laiider,
born in 1KJ7, anti lirouKht up In the Uni
tarian faith. When about 17 yearn of
he went to J!oton to obtain t-nuiloy-ment
in a tlioc store, and Mtiji attracted
one Sabbath evening to Lr. Kirk's
ehurcli, the sermon that he heard made
liltn fuel very itneotiifortnbk'. and Jiu rc-.-olvetl
never to jro there atiin or lo any
other church. He went then;, however,
the ne.M Sabliatli evening, and became
impressed with thu truths of religion.
Sliortly alter he left ltoton for Chicago
to enter into btiiue. llerche taugliUn
inliou .Sunday school, collecting Uh
pupil s from the streets, and the school
wliieli, when lie llr-t went there, had
twelve teachers and sixteen pupils, be
came one of the most nourishing .-chools
of Its kind in the city and oversowing
with pupils, ills success encouraged him
to hire a hall, which lie f-oon tilled with
children In like manner, lie made it
as attractive a possible with pictures', il
luminated texts and cheerful music.
Then it was that Moody conceived tiie
idea of instructing this motley gathering
of Germans Swiss and other foreigners
from the lllble, and before lie was aware
ofit he was a pastor nnd had gathered a
church about film. Ills work so multi-
tilled on his hands that lie was comiim.-IIi-1
to "ive till Ills secular bttilnets and de-
" ... . .... . . I A
vote mtitecli wnouy to me luimsiry.
Mien tlio rvMlllon broke out In Wtl,
Mr. .MockIv Ititureated himself in thu
spiritual welfare of tliu rccrnVU nnd
went tiauy to me encampments to uis
tributc tracts and ISiblc. When, in the
earlv part of the war the Christian Coin-
uiU-lou was etatjiishel, he was presi
dent of the Western branch. lie made
several vllt. to the H-at of war. In his
operations in the field lie was greatly
aided bvOen. O. O. Howard.
When thu war closed he settled down
again to ids work In Chicago. There he-
was imrned out, mil auer mc sreat. lire
of 1&71 lie had a tetntiorary building
erected and ready tor occupation. A
.short time before this lire
Ilia i. SANKEV,
a Melliouist, a native ol hdiuburir. I'a..
and sou of Hon. David Sankev. of West
Newcaitle. then 35 years of aire, bvenu to
work with Moody. At a convention of
i oung Men's Christian Associations held
in Indianapolis, liid., in ls71. the two
Kvangcllsts met for the llrst time asdele-
brought up by religious parents, nnd at 10
venr.H of aire (1S.V1I. lie i-mhmced rellir.
Ion, nud, possessing a awett voice, he
mane sacreii music his special study ami
took great interest in Sunday School
singing. At the Indianapolis conven
tion his charming voice attracted Mr.
bloody 's attention, aim tney formed an
en fakement to labor together in Chicago,
and from this time forth they became
steadfast Iriends and religious co-work
A characteristic story is told of Moody.
to wiiom an r.niriish uciiticmau oiiereii
C1.000. He declined it, saying, "Not
vours. but vou." Durinir tlieir absence
in hugland their Iriends In Chicago have
one torwurii in uie erection 01 a ciiurcn
building which will contain 2,500 people,
in which they win iiouotiess soon preacii
i lie eiown
IX A IU'llLI.V HIKAli:!!,
wishing to throw ridicule on the revival
ists. said, one niiriit. "I feel very Mood v
to which Harleuu u renl ed. "And I feel
qulto Sankey-monlous." Tho audience
hissed, and those in the gallery lustily
sung Sankey's favoruc liymn
Hold the fort, lor I am coining.
So it will be seen, from this triflimr hi'
clilcnt, that they have in a large number
01 cases emicareii tiiemseives to tnc Jint
ish pcole. The ltev. J. M. Itecd, (Meth
odist) ot this city, was associated wit)
Mr. Moody at Chlcaco lor four years
Mr. .Moody will probably go, shortly
after his arrival, to see his mother in
Massachusetts, anti Mr. San key will
probably retire to his old home in i'enu
sylvania; utter which they may visit
Kocnestcr, (jiiicugo, Cincinnati ami in
r ranc sco.
Saukcy'tt soul's have been translated
into I rencli. German, Gaelic and Swedish
llelore he lett London he paid a. flying
visit to nwiizcriuuu s glaciers aim moun
talus, ami when intue cities, inrourn an
interpreter, ho gave 6ovcral addresses.
The Tobarro Crop.
Tho Manufacturers' and Mechanic;
Hire; (lfr, ui j.uuiot niv, nj, iuicrgiv
lug a detailed account of the various ills
to which tho tobacco a on has been sub
ject during tho late storms, concludes us
From present outlook we think It Is
Ininosslblc. tinder tho most favorable
circumstances, to have more than three
fourths of an average crop m mummy
nnd nearly all of inferior duality. W
expect u large quantity ot tlio crop ot i
1870 will be worse tliuu our common
frozen lugs ot tlio crop ut 1874.
With the present prospect staring ns in
the fuce less than one-fourth of a crop
last year, not over three-fourths of an
average erop tills year prices do not ad
vance In proportion, Tliero lias been an
advance of Jc on common low graded
to I lo on good to lino leaf In tho past ten
days. Tills time last year, as tlio plant
ing season was Incoming extraordinary
late, prices would advance as much in u
day. Jteccipts from the country nre 1
about done, and we doubt if thu Ktate ,
louwiue oi inarKftsi was ever so eiean oi
tobacco. Our stocks arc (sold ui,d un
sold) only 11,277 hogsheads, of which
one-third has never been opened; it Is
mostly red r led leaf, put up to supply the
demands or plug manufacturers and cut
ters, and will not Ihj sampled Ijefore Sep
tember, or later, depending a good ileal
on the weather of the next two or three
weeks. Jt Is held by some that there Is
considerable "come out" in the crop In
certain sections, which hope would be
entirely prostrated by a wet spell In tho
coming week. Some hope exists of an
addition to quantity from a crop ot
"suckers" from tlio stumps of tobacco
that has been cut, or may be cut in Au
gust. It has been the ease that a large
quantity of such tobacco has been saved
successfully, but it requires a long fa
vorable season hi the fall to do so.
Should we have such a season, there is
no doubt but the "sucker crop" will be
far superior to thai which has been or
may be cut out before August 10th.
There ure doubts whether or not the dis
eased or drowned stumps will pioduce
suckers, but it will not be long before the
fact will be fully dcniontrated, and wc
can give (he tacts In our next.
fopnlaltonN or XmIIoiin.
According to population China takes
the highest relative rank among thu prin
cipal Stales of thu world. According to
territorial extent, Kussia Is first. China
has 425,2i:i,152 Inhabitants, in an area of
3,ltt l,27 square miles, u liile It'ussia, third
in population, having ',172,022 Inhabi
tants, lias an area of b. JOI,707 square
miles. The British Knijiire is second in
rank, both as to inhabitants 19'J,817,10S,
and as to area, l,M77, i:).' square miles.
The United States is lourth in area and
fifth in population ; while Germany Is
fourth in the latter and eighteenth to the
rormer. Germany had II,0.",I39 at the
last enumeration fu 1871, and the United
States .58,558,371 in 1870. Everything
indicates that the latter has since
grown more rapidly than the former.
The area of the United Ststc is .1,603,8-14,
and that of Germany Is but212,0!il square
miles. Other countries stand in order ol
population as follows : France, 30,102,
021; Austria-Hungary, 3.i,!Q4,t33; Tur
key, 33,330,000; .lajiau. 33,000,000 ;
Italy, 20.7l!,253 ; Spain, 10.301.851 ;
Slam, 11.800,000; Urazil, 10,100,328;
Mexico, 0,170.083; Sweden and Nor
way, 11.001,310; Helgtilin, 5.087.105;
Persia, 1,400,000: Portugal, 3,005,152;
Netherlands, 2,074, 03; Peru, 2,100,000;
uoiomnia, a,iw,ikM: .Morocco, J.iou.uw;
1,8, .Wrf. .UUIVCCU, i,IOV,WV,
laud, 2,000,117; Chili, 1,033,801;
k, 1,784,741; Uolivia, 1,742,352;
Argentine Confederacy, 1,730,022;
ureece, j.h,sui; raraguay, 1 ,.u"j,uw.
As to areas, Itttssla, Uracil and Mexico
possess the largest in proportion to inhab
itants, while Belgium, Great llrlUan,
itself, France. Japan, Italy, the Nether
lauds, Slam, Denmark, Sweden and Nor
way, and Portugal are among the most
densely populated of the Suites in propor
tion to area.
TeMMf-Mea? ai, Smaarovniieilln.
(koo.Xallle I'reaa and lfrra'4.j
There are about one liiinifriil mm......
ioed iu tiiaUlnir liiiiirfiv.'iiii.iiru n, ii...
Island shoal. The tilir w wm..-
vented much progress Uh the v,,ri! ...
these joints, and lias prevented miy
channel work entirely. At Soddv an.
other wing dam is building, near thu
foot of thu shoals, which will supple
ment the elleet of the dam already con
structed at tho head of thu shoal-, and
gives three feet of water at all stages of
the river. There is a good deal of work
to be done in blasting rocks tit various
points, and this cannot bu done while
the river is up, as men cannot work the
drills where water is over four feet deep.
Thu blasting Is done with giant powder,
which is a combination of nltro-glycerinu
with a kind of Infusorial earth which is
brought from Germany. The iriant
powder looks and feels like dirty putty,
hut it will not soil tmner. It is made up
in cartridges in a kliul of parchment pa
per, anil is Ignited by means ofa percus
sion cap placed at the end of a water
proof fuse. The explosion of the charge
kills all the fish in the neighborhood, who
are attracted by the bubbling ol the fuse,
iinaer tnc water, i no nanus are nil cm
nlnvinl In- the lrovornmt'iit. nml i-im-.1v-.i
seventy-five cents per day and board, lor
dry work, and a dollar n day and board
for work in the water.
JuJiro iX'linar had a oncer ciso this
tnoriiinjf. Ait old ninn, neatly dressed,
was arrunjfed for vayranuy.
"Wliatexeusu have you to offer for
waiiuerini: throitli tho streets;"' kindly
Inquired the Judj;e.
Uiuy wauinif,'' repueu tnuol'l eiitle
inan In a plaintive tone.
"Uiuy waiunjr, ior wnat ;"
"Only waltini; till the shadows are
a Iiuio longer roiMi, Digued the old
"Have you a home? ' asked the Uidjc.
The white head was bowed. "Home,
sweet home," came in a halt whisper
from Ills Ilp-i.
ills nonor prereiveu mat mo old gen
tleman was stiU'eiiti from mental de
rangement. "lie must 1 10 m-ovided for and his
friends niut bo found," said the judjjoto
".Some tlava must be cold nud dark
and dreary," muttered the old man.
All o nicer leau mm awny, auu lie sal
down, reeatinjf: "Oh, for tlio touch of
a vanished hand, and for the sound of a
voice that lttlll."
Kvery effort Is beliijr nmdo to find
tho relatives of the iwetleal old wan
dercr. O CALLAHAN & HALL,
Roofing and Guttering a Spooialty.
JoUUg Promytlr Von,
LAKE FOREST ACADEMY.
A College Preiiarntorj' nutl Arftilemle
Hrliool far Moyn nud Vuimir Mh.
Full ciulpHxl wllh a corpa of aix exiwrleucvd
teacliera. Four malt) Kraduatea ol Eastern col
legia. Uoanl and 'lultlou, tlou l,r uukum.
Fall Term Uxlua tk'iH 8. For calaloguu and
Inforinatlon adihena tlie I'rlncluul .
ALIIKttT K. SAHIN, A M , LikelorealJU,
llev. U W. I'ATIEBSON. 11. D I'rfaldrHi.
Ue?. AltTIIUIt MITCHELL, V.l'rti.
Importer and Wholesale Dealer in
Wines and Liquors,
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Eoop.s a full stock of
Monongahela, Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KELLY ISLAND AND OALIFOKNIA WINES.
THE NEW LOW RESERVOIR "STANDARD"
Great Durability with Handsome Designs, and Giving PERFECT
MADE ONLY BY
Excelsior Manufacturing Comp y
012, 014, 810 and 018 N. MAIN STREET, ST. LOUIS, MO.
AND SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY
,. C. W. HENDERSON, Cairo. Illinois.
ILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
nKSlDKNCK: No 21 lTiiitccutli street, be
tween WaalilnKlon avenue and Wulnut street.
OtTICK; North Me of Kiglith stiwt be
tween Commercial nuil WaaliliiKton avenue.
W. DUNNINO, M. D.
HES1DK.NCK; Corner Mntli uml Wulnut
Ort'lCK: Corner Sixth atreet awl Ohio Leave.
OFFICE IIOUUS: FromCa ni. Um., nml
fromi to s p.m.
-OHN H. MULKEY,
Attorney ut I-juv.
WVFICK. VllKlitli .Stritt, Utwirn Commer
clal awl Wnahliuctun uvvuues.
gAKUEL P. WHEELER,
Attorney at l.uw.
OFFICE: Ohio Levee, over room formerly
occtii!el ly Flr.t National Hank,
Q.REEN 6c GILBERT,
AttorncyN and ComiNclorN
OFFICE: Ohio Levee, room 7 and 8
City Nutionul Hank,
WitlUmll Green, )
William II. Ullbert, CAUiO. ILLINOIS.
O.Seclal nttentlon given to Ailminilfy anil
ki:ai. kst.iik .vu:.r.
JOHN a. HARMAN & CO.
;0NVEYANCEKS. H0TARIES PUSLIC
Land ARenta of tho Illinois Central and
Burlington and Qulncy R, R,
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Levee,
I. (I. LYNCH,
II. J IIOIVI.KV,
LYNCH & H0WLEY,
FtTTl ATa DE3T-A.T,E3
Collectors and Conveyancers.
OFFICE At the Court Home.
MRS. L. J. SPEARS,
Weat aide Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth and Ninth atreeta,
(Next door to .1 Hunter's dry jrooda aloir.)
A fUll Itnu of IlietiiUaluud mo.t la.aidoimlile
HATS AND BONNETS
alwuv on hand. Al.o evurr variety of
Ribbons Laoos and Trimmings,
a...... 11... ,.i,iint In' Ilia moat uoatlv, Ladlra
will Und any and everything iu her atore for a
complete atreet, ball or party "'!. ,
I'rlcea to coinpeto with any In the w eat.
rfAlao agent for the Home Sewing Machine.
AM ECONOMV IN I'RR'E.
QUICK AND UNIFORM
112 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
Ranos and Organs,
SHEET MUSIC AND
I MUSICAL MERCHANDISE OP
HALLET, DAVIS & CO.'S
Of World wide Reputation.
Acknowledged liy oil good Muiiclnna to lie Hie
Lest l'iiino nor nuulc.
THE GREAT UNION PIANO,
Of which wo have snli over -100 during
twelve j cat " pant, becoming more and morn
popular every ilay.
SMITH'S AMERICAN ORGAN,
Splecdld tone, l'owcr and Durability.
Kimball's Orchestral Organ,
A very tine Instrument, adapted to fiutni
111 ntal as well as vocal inilah'.
AM, THE AHOVE AUK OFFE1IEI) ON
Kasy Monthly Payments, at low figure
rejfardlesi of List l'ricc.
In 'rcat variety, Incliulln all the new
and popular muMc ot tho day.
Orders from tlio Country
promptly tlllod und sent
VIOLINS GUITARS BANJOS
Band Instruments of nil Kinds
Kui'r.lslicd to Order.
STRINGS FOB VIOLINS, GUITARS, ETC,
Ol the Host Quality.
Classical Studies and Exercises
Of all crudes for I'i.uio or Voice.
ESTKvcry uY.crlptlon of Mimical .Mer
ehandihO furnished to order, promptly und
at prices lower than ever ollcteil before
tiENCY Al-iO OK
ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
Send for Illustrated Catalogue aud Trice
List of theso heutillful KioupoH.
All Goodi Warranted m Beprtiented.
ROBBINS' MUSIC BAZAP,
BOX and BASKET CO
AllVlnda bard ami soft,)
I FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, Sio
Mill tutd Yard,
Corner Thirty-Fourth Street and
AND lit.AI.KX is
LIMB, CEMENT, PLASTER,
Under City Wotionr.l Dank.
I; Vm.Lat.ll In car-lnai!
'lirlcta, aililhu; Frclslit
I lnt at vosn fjcluifta
JOHN B. PHILLIS
(Hticcciaort to .lolni tl I'lilllli)
.Vii'l l)(.ilcra in
HAY, CORN, OATS, FLOUR,
MEAL, BEAK, ate.
Aganti for LAFL1N k BAUD POWDER CO
7.. I). Mutluxa.
MATHUSS 6c UHL,
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
04 Oliio Lovoo.
No HI Ohio Leiee,
E. J. Ayrea,
S. 1). Ayrea.
AYRES Sc CO.,
X.. 1. THOMS,
And dealer in
STAPLE AND FANCY
Foreign amd Domestic Frulti and Nut
18 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
II. II. CCNNINGUAU.
PARKER & CUNNINGHAM,
(nceessoia toillllir A Parker,)
And Ueulera In
WHEAT, MEAL, GRAIN. HAY,
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house, aloniite capacity 3,tjn lona, which Klvea
111 aiiiiilf fucililica fur atorlng and alilpjiliitf.
O. N. HUGHES,
0rr atathtui ft Tmi'i.
Flrat-CUss Coinpunie ltre-
S AFFORD, MOEEIS
78 OHIO LV.
City VaUivBal luk Bnlldlag, Sf-italn.
The OldeatKaUbllahed Aa-aaoy W louts
uiuaoia. repraie wuaaj evar
165 000 000.