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W. L. BRISTOL,
FAMILY
GROCER
B.OOPH everything portatning to
tho lino of Btaple and Fancy Oro-
3orios, Woouonwaro, Vogetablos,
trims, to., eto.
Try
My New Stylo Mixed
TEA,
Different Combination From any
Bcloro O tiered in tho Market,
and of Excellent Flavor.
Choice Selection of
QUEEN8WARE,
GLASSWARE.
CROCKER YWARE
and FLOWER POTS.
& ME hi BR&TB kilin,
THE "BOSS"
-
WISCONSIN BUTTER,
Hwnt asd Rich
Central Hop Yeast
Again This Summer.
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
CAIRO ILL.
ro.i..
Coal Coal.
PITTSBURGH,
PARADISE,
MT. OARBON(Big Muddy)
!
PEYTONA CANNEL
COAL!
Orders for Coal by tho oar-load,
'.on, or in hogsheads, for shipment,
sromptiv auonaea to.
0To larKO consumors and all
niiniiffiptnrnrs. vro are croDarcd
:o supply any quantity, by tho
month or year, at uniform ratos.
CAIRO CITY COAL COMPANY.
ri-llHlllily llro 'oillce, Xo To Ohio Lf vre.
Cf"llinUjy Hro U wharl'liost
irAI tTirvtilliiii 11111m. fir
if-At the Coiil Dump, foot of Thlrty-ElBUt
twl
J3-l'ot Office Dnwtr. &to.
VALENTINE RESOH,
GROCER.
Hcslcr In-
Butter, Eggs, Fish, Poultry,
Game and all kinds of fresh
Fruit and Vegetables.
Eiehth Street, Cairo. Ill
rf-l Ir.V.ro r s r Sloinibo.in proinptly
my lintir, day or nlxlit.
IIIUM nt I
-n-tr
HOWIE BROTHERS,
PACKERS,
Wholesale, Retail
Commission.
and
EIGHTH STREET.
ftfjrHishOBt Cash Frioo paid lor
Hogs ana Cattle.
A Book for the People.
ny I l.r;o d ml)l. lolumo I'ltriul.U'jOfli.,
il" auil Mtli.K.n iu iiniuid,
. Marrla(.,liiliiUiicililiriU.lllli.
the My.t.rle. cfttoprobuctien, tie. Aiui.iliid
t)i niyi' i i.vini..Ui.iu.ii.itiiVr nrynUOtn
H..vaCr ft lHtlmi',iiK-luilii.n .i Iwiii.iiI 1 rr
vat. Vtwu. .l "1 Chroi.io Uiica.tmir MuXiri, Hie
iiiwU uf fcuny Abu.t. u.iitvul.y.itnni ail.idn.
trrt il i"i. liilor. .'tl.iu-r iii.rrUitf.nniEluitic
liilturnKi.yt'ut iJUPotl10y'-l,rii.ta iuui..lturltl
inftrrM if liifio cuii.mi.l1 k uurrUite. Nut ft intra
JUICftJnrllMluiiil,liillilu.u ri"luic innluil wk
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Fill "ouKult f III. .tiuv, noiinllu mini r.Kr on
THE UEDIOAL h BUEOICAIilBBTITtTE,
VOL. 7.
I.IUl'OK IIKAI.KKM.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
i
tVfcoln1e in1 rit.ill podm In
Foreign and Domeatio
WIXF.W OF AM. KIMN,
No. 00 Ohio Levee,
CAIRO, ILLS.
M'
l.Mf fMYIII & CO. ltave eonjUstly
k Urn- n!.rk if th ht rood In llir lliaf
let, and (five rclal attention tathe uiiolsaaM
much or tin; mimnr
ici:,
Tho Undersigned Having Given
up tho
CITY TRADE,
la now Prcparod to Furnish Ico
oy mo
CAB, LOAD,
At prices that will Compare Fav
orably with any Dealer. Ho
will now Devote his a ten
tion Entiroly to bin
WHOLESALE TRADE.
JOHN 8PROAT.
IIOTF.LM.
Crand Central
HOTEL,
COMMERCIAL AVENUE;
Cox-ziox Slslxtla. atroet,
WK. WETZEL. Proprietor.
ATIIUsTY watch Ictjtt uiubt ami day lor
trulnn und atcambnali.
lie l!t of nccomruotlattom
fur trnnsleDt
3-lS-tf
(Oiejts Rt Two Dollars ir 1L1T.
WIIOLKNALK UROl'KKH.
STEATT0N & BIRD,
Wholesale Grocers
-And
Commission Merchants
AQENT8 AMERICAN POWDER CO
57 Ohio Levee.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
Wholesale Grocer
BOAT STORES,!
i Commission Merchant,
No. 76 OHIO LEVEE.
Sl'KCIAL ntnmtlon Klvm tocontlKiimcnts and
llll I in: onltm.
PAINT AND OILS.
B. F. PARKER,
-lelr In-
(Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Bnt7i
Wall Paper, Window Glass, Win
aow Shades, &c.
Alnrire on lmm! , tuu cvlturatcd Uluailuatlnv
AURORA OIL.
Broas
lutldlns,
Corner ElavaaUt Straat and Waabtnc
ton Avenuu
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
jr. o. xxxtjqxjw,
FR0VRIST0B.
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
MANUFACTURER.
lulletln Bulldlair, Corner Twelfth Street
and Waahlngton Avenue,
Olx-o, XUlneta,
UCouiitv Mi'l Unllroad Work t pwialty
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
SJItc uHittin.
THE GULF.
Incidents if
the Destructive Coast
Storm.
LIVES LOST AMD LIVES IR PERIL.
Tkr Htmmahlp Wary nud Mar Mrnvr
4.'aitaln.
Tiir. 1-OlNT DISAhTKlt.
About 8:15 p. tu. Wednesday, wind
northeast, tide high, the working yard
bt'Kiii to cover with water. Orders were
yivell to put up tools, and put thelil III
the tooMiousv, willed were obeyed. Then
orders were given to secure the mate
rial lumber, mate, gabion tops and bot
tom1!, etc
The ivutrr ros no rapidly that at 10
o'clock ull were obliged to abandon the
yard und seek refuge In the buildings, in
the current was ao nwift m to render it
dilllcult to keep one's footing.
At 1 o'clock Allison, MuUennlt und
unoiher man otarted to wade for town,
taklug the bench, but failed, und with
great dllllculiy succeeded ill reaching
Fort Point. Allison sunk twice. .Mc
Lk-riult wai wahed down, but Ills com
panion ut!UteI him In reaching the fort.
AllUon was llliy yards ahead, und hal
loed, warning tiieui while he struggled
with the breaker, und barely escaped.
At two o'clock eight imr.ilf boats marl
ed for town loaded, and the situation of
the men who were at the point was made
known.
At 4 o'clock Dr. I'ecte Rent his fuinil
illy
All
mid Mr. Williams over in a yawl
arrived tafe.
About o o'clock Dr. i'ecte signaled for
help. He Had a green nail-boat tied to
hit' yard fence. Some live men from the
emu pile tnited. out failed to r ueh
him. Mr. Child. Mr. Allison and Mr.
Marled over in Dr. JVite's jawi
to gel hiiu, making Ihe corner ot (lie
lenee. Mr. Child and , Tide
iaug"-kccper, jumped overboard to
check the yawl and low the boat to the
yurdg.ile. but wtnwept down by the
current. Child: caught the boat und the
oilier man the rope.' Alli-ou continued
pulling, w hiiu (Jluldn und the other nun
yut back into the boat, which then wu
in ilie breakers, tilling fu-i. They hailed
tier out. and s-tarled twiee alter Dr. l'eeli'.
but tailed. Allison, Child? and the Tide
Guiige-keeier ai rived about dark. The
loriner 1 badly bruNod up.
At 7 o'clock the carpenter shop und ull
theit tool went. .Sirong hope.- prevailed
amour Ihe men that Lieutenant Quiiiii
would .eud them aMstaiice. whileoilier
beeau to make raU, Imviug decidcil on
la-nuig iIh-iiim'Ivi s to the lumber, us the
remaining buildings showed every frigti
ul tailing; yel many expressed hopes ol
CaptHiu Miller coming down, us but u
few days previous lie boasU-d wli.it u
good tea boat the lirolyricux was. Vet.
iliniiiL'li re:irou best known to IiIiiim-II
mill i.KllH.llllllt Uulllll, tllt'V llUft'l"
Kulura wliarl,ulllioiii;n lliv
llOTtLKSS SITUATION or TUB MRS
was know ii ut the point. The news ruaclicU
tuvMiuliuui4 o'clock, und every boat's
cicw uracil a5U-iuiicc to tie M-nt; but all
lulled in iliiiliii' hieiiteiiani Quinn or uny
)iuriy miiu wuuUI e.ceU the uiptuiii
ul Hie (jeiieml Van Vliet, who tolil tlie
men it Lieutenant Quinn wUlietl it he
uonuljjo down unit brin the men up.
It aiptur that hi. eervice. were not ui
e jitcit until about -1 o'eloek '1 liiirsduy
uiornliiL'. while the men were left to looK
out tor ttifUiseUi'd.
At VI o'clock the main bullulng gave
way. Two men were killed by It and
several slightly hurt and two deriuusly.
liy UiU time imicli exeiteiuetit na-vailed.
Mr. l'ease. the superintendent, and Bar
ney, ihe loreinan, encouraged the men to
Use their utmost exertions to save them
selves any render uasistuueeto tltose who
vere caught in the timbers ol the lulling
bu.ldiug. some got oil the roof, but lidd
ing that the seui w ere breaking it up taut,
they started lor the boat piles aud reached
them. Those on the pile began helping
others up. .Mr. JJ.irm-y la.hed Ihe strings
together, as the spikes had begun draw
ing out, aud commenced throwing out
lines to assist others l'l reaching the
piling. All the men behaved well, rend
ering every nsslstatice they could to each
other. Mr. Pease, with three other men
and Mr. Clnlds, clung to a portion ol
the root, and were picked up about
o'clock Thursday nioruiug.
About 6 o'clock Thursday morning tin
tugboat General Van Vllet rescued some
thirty-nine irom the piling and some
tuvlvt! irom tho bar ires aud nuinn boat.
and landed them salely at tuu Central
Wiiuri. when the men irave three cheers
tor Captain Miller and three lor Ihe cap
tain of tho tug. They were all called
over to a b:ii-rooni and given some
linuor. and then scattered on, many
tu-arlv destitute of clothing, and
neuriv one-nan uareiuuieu ami uare-
.v . .
,-:).(. Thuotflccrs und crew of the
Ulo llravo divided liberally with some of
these UlllortUll'lies wiiu were iiesuiiue ui
clothes, and others are about the city
otill In want.
KILLED, DltOWNKIl AND MISdlNfi.
The I'ollowliiL' is a list oi those killed.
drowned, missing aud injured : 1'utrick
Limdriuaii. ,lohu titromkuUt und Harry
lirady, Killed; two names not yet Known;
thirteen iu all missing; Dr. Peete and boy
not yet heard from ; Campbell, Jackson
nnd'AUison badlv iniured.
All whu had been driven irom tueir
houses night belore last by the gale re-
resent it us terrible in appearance anil
frightful in Us roar. Sonio who lived so
exDOscd that thev not the full force of
the sea. believe the waves were at least
ten feet high, and the water on M and X,
between Kluvmiih and Twelfth, was luliy
tlvu feet deep ill the 6treet, mid very
rough. One large four-rooin liouso was
directly in the middle of Fourteenth
street, and fully 100 feet from its tonne r
position. Iu tact, it Is sato to say 160
houses within a radius of ten blocks went
wore or less injured, while thirty, inclu
ding negro cabins, are entirely gout, por
tions ot which arc scattered for blocks,
uud the furniture with which they wero
vunnlied can be nicked up by piecemeal.
The noor womiiii. Mrs
ucaKt'ii, who was
cirowiiui. was iomm piirtniiiy coventi
with rubhisli nuross thctitrci'iii'umwhL'ru
their hoitko tuniu-rlv stood.
Twas n slum pitiable Indued to mo
weak, frail voimu, thllUrt'ii ol nil Hires.
ns well m uhh'-hoilcd ini-ii, thu formiT
but lightly dit'sscil, uml hair Htmiiiiing
In thu wind, wiidinj,' nrouiitl In vwiier
Irom om to thiiD tret dtt'ii, pullliii; mid
hunliiii; about miniums of IiotiHf.iryiiit;
to lluu souift hlnif ol (buir lutt pk'tuaiil
mid Iiuddv hoini's.
All tlioM visiting
the wharves vister-
day fcuw wltb
ptououtu tlmt ibu Quarau.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1875.
tine Station, or home built lor (luaratlno
purposes, near to where , Dr. leetes
late residence was, Is Mill aiaiiuwg.
Muny iMjonle expressed regret that .the
doctor hud not taken relugo upon It In
stead oriiW dwelling. Irom wiikii.tiount
less, the doctor und his son were lost.
Alderman lioyd, A. C. Hill ami others
nre using every exertion In their power
to give reiiei to mo uuiierers. je.oi;
have been provided to bring Ihcui Into
the I'ltv. mill IVir iIim nriroes. Leu Hull.
No. .. w ill lw liiiilnieirLi-rs. and tor while '
men, Hall ot Washington und Hook und I
I iul.l..r v.. i K......I., u'lm liavt; bi'i-n 1
driven from their home? are in actual
wuiitortood. . .. .
Their rrl.n tin out to ull charitably ill' I
cllned.und It wtuu duty, lmienilive duty, i
ot our citizens to come lorwurd and help.
As no oue could get to the rauroau
bridge, It could not be learned positively
whether or nut it had stisiulned uny dam
uge. Hie reiwrts are that u coum uoi
Btanu. aim ii woum not be a mailer oi
stirprlMi to hear of damage to some con- (
8iueraoieexieui.
T, J. Murphy and hU tumlly, living at
tH'eorner iA' Avenue K mid Konietli
street, met with an ueddeut that ulmo'il
proved lUtul Thursday night. At 1:30 a.
ui.. while all were in Hie house the wind
took it up und turned it over. A cisterov
containing 2,0U0 gallons of water, wits
upset at the fame time. Mrs. Murphy
had u little child eight mouths old at her
breast. All were sav:d.
T1IK HTKAJISIIII M.MtY
started Irom her wharf at U'ulvcstou on
Wednesday morning, while the wind was
blowing a gale, and evidently It was the
Intention ot the (Jalvcstou ugeiit to send
her to lirasheur, but knowing it perilous
to put to sea during such a storm. Cap
lulu iieiisou concluded to go no further
than the bay, aud after gelling usufu ins
tance from the wharf let go both anchors,
his judgment forbidding niui lroui pro
ceeding timber, nolwitlitanduig the, as
our reporter learned, imperative order to
go lo sea. Had he done o. the boat, willi
all on board, would doubtless have been
lost, ai sliii could not have withstood thu
terrible Oulf teas that prevai.ed ull that
night.
That the public may more readily per
ceive the eMtviii in which Captain Hen
sou and hi' olllcei's uml men uiu h-jld by
the puv-eiigeri who were on his ship, we
give the lollowlug resolutions, which
were handed u-, lal evening, by u coin
uiltleii appointed lor that purpose, and
euiisi'tlug of Messrs. N. P. Uouglax, ol
Covington. Ky., aud I). P. Winuc, of
New Vork :
SrKAMsiiii' Maiiy. Gn.r or Mi:.ico.
."jepleuiber IS, loio. At a inrrtllig ol the
passengers liehl Uii day iu Die cabin ot
the stiraiiiship Mary, the lollowlug prc
tiinble and resolutions were unanimously
adopted :
U iihitKAS, Our slup and ourselves have
been in great peril in the late terrible
storm, and
WntltKAS, Danger is now passed, and
we are ah iin to reach port; therefore,
Iteiolccd. I. That we are devoutly
(haiikiul lo Uod for his piotcctiug care
extended to u- amid ihe ierils of the sea,
uud lor his uiaiiifesi iuieiveulloii in our
deliverance lmm a watery grave.
Resulted, u. 1 hut our thanks are due,
uud an- hereby t ml. rui to Cuplahi John
Ui'Usiiil. ol tin sli aiiielilji Mar.v. tor liis
skilli'ul an i prudent mauageuient of the
ship under cMX'iiiiiMances the most try
Ink lii Ids tWelily und counrge. uud Unit
we recognise ourselves as deeply indebted
to til tu lor bis enol uml persUteul elli
ciency hi discharging the duties ot his
most respon-lble position, uml ior the.
(hscii)liue iiiaiutalued In those davs of
storm and danger thai befell us on the,
sea, and we cheerlully commend lain lo
the traveling public a an olllcer worthy
ot the uiino-t coutidence.
Ruoltcd. 3. That all thenllkers oftho
ship d' Sen e high commendation lor their
unremitting tolls tor two days ami night:,
to save ship and those on board, aud that
wj hereby return them our thanks lor
their constant, exhausting aud succes-lul
e Moris to extricate the ship from danger
uud save the lives ol those committed to
their care.
Jieaolced, 4. 1 hat a copy of the above
be handed to Capt. John Ueusou.aud the
same be published in the .New Orleans
aud Oalvestuiipapers.
Ii. T. Movers, u. s. a. , 11. li. rarns
worth. U. S. A.: W. W. Auuur, New Or
leans: L. lloth Kainin, Houston. Texas;
Hev. J. T. Zeal. 1. D Houston : V. did-
lice. Ga veston ; ev. . S. Giliesn e.
lelton, Texas ; A. H. Smith. New York;
U. tr. Minue, ev lurit; b. Jlercier
New Orleans; J. Kels, Cliieiunatl; P. P,
L. Frank. Shreveport, La.: N. P. Uouir
las, Covington. Ky.; trancls Traytr,
uaivcstou, lexas.
The Mary arriveu at urashear, yester
day morning, looking some the worse
Irom her storm experience, her officers
uud pasengers reporting a pleasant voy
age, the passengers arriving here at 5
o'clock last evening, many Who reside in
tins city meeting nnxioiw mends or rela
tion nt .Morgan's Ferry Lauding, on this
side of the river.
$3f During the ppldemle of intermit
tent in the West this season, the whoio
immense stock of Ayer's Ague Cure be
came exhausted, and the producing power
of his Laboratory was found luuileipiato
to meet the demand. Many who knew
its extraordinary virtues for the cure of
Chills and Fever, paid exorbitant price
for It. This Ague Cure Is said, by those
who iie it. to never fall. Header. II you
must have medical aid. take thu best of
medicine. Poor icinedies are dear, as
good are cheap, at any price you have to
II 1) 1W IIIVJIII, Vll'ii
The Beit it alwayi tha Cheapest?
OIL TANK
VOR
Grocers.
Druggists,
Mills,
Etc.
The aildinc top Is without eama or
i ningea, ana
isea. ana cannot oi oruer.
Tha meaturlns Pamp ltho eaaleit,
raatost, and OMLV PATIWT pumpuaed
In a alvanlted Iron tank. Prices reduced.
end for Catalogue. .
WILSON A EVCNDSN,
P.tiulin.nd Uuuuiuin,4l 4) W,ilUko8u,Cjicu ,
For Sale at Manufacturer' prices by i
Barclay Bro s.,
Wholesale Druggists,
CAIRO, XUS.
im-id.
nlirtm
iFROHDKHT MAMIES;
THE NEW LOW BISERV0IR "STANDARD"
lVM,-.
-
"s3
:
Great Durability with Handsome
SATISFACTION
m aw i
Wt&vrmm
MADE ONLY BY
Excelsior Manufacturing Comp'y
ei2, ei4, eie and eis n. main street, st. louis, mo.
u AKD UOVD EXtTyIVK.T T
,-.:-2mC' W HENDERSON, Cairo, Ulla.lt,
WEEKLYBD11ETIK
ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.
PHYNICIAXN,
SMITH, X. D.
HES1UKNCE: No. 21 Thirtntli itmt, be
twtxa WnehlnKton avinut anil Walnut ttmt.
OFFICE: North Mt ut Eighth Untt be
tween Commtrclal uil Wlilnirton avenue.
c.
W. DTXNNINO, X. D.
UKSIDKSCK: Corner Ninth and Walnut
ttm-u
UFFlCKi Corner Sixth street and Ohio Leu.
OFFICK. HOURS: FroniOs.m. 12m.,nt
i"rom i to b p ra.
I.AWYCKN.
OHN R. KTTLKBT,
Attorney at Law.
CAIKO, ILLINOIS.
OFFICK: At mlilencc oil Ninth Street, be.
tweeu Wusblnstuu nvmue ami Walnut st.
g AMUEX. P. WHF.KT.KK,
Attorney at Iaw.
OFFICE: Ohio Ltrec, over room formerly
occup'ed by Fimt National Ban,
CAJUO. ILLINOIS.
ft OXXBEKT,
AittoriicyN and CounMelorn
at Law.
OFFICK; Ohio Ivet, roome 7 and 8
City National llauk.
William II. Green. )
William 11 Uillwrt. CAIKO. ILLINOIS.
Mlled FreU'k. Gilbert, i
39pecial attention given to Ailmfralty find
Steamboat biuincna.
UK A I, ESTATE AGENT.
JOHN a. HARMAN &
Real Estate
CO.
house Axa-EiErrs
COLLECTORS,
JOKVKYAHCXM, IT0TAJUU FVKJC
Land A rent of the Illinois Oantral and
fluillngton and Qutnoy K. B.
Oompanlea,
North Cor. Blztk aad Oklo Lavaa,
OA.IRO. ILUNOIB.
I. II. I.YMI II.
U. J. IIOWLKT.
LYNCH & H0WLEY,
EiEIATi mmTA-UHl
AND
Sous aats,
ollectors and Conveyancers.
OFFICE-At the Court Houio.
CAIRO
BOX and BASKET CO
Dealer iu
LTJMBBE,
All kinds bard and noli,)
FLOORING, BIDING, LATH, Ac
Mill ui Yard,
Dorner Thirty-Fourth Street and
Ohio Loveo.
CARL PETERS,
HORSE SHOER,
BLACKSMITH
AMD
! Wagon Maker.
SIXTH STREET, Retween OHIO
LEVEE AND COKMEJiOIAIi
AVJCWUB.
Xanufaotureablsown Xorae Shoes and
con Aasura Oood Work.
PATKOKAB SOUOITEO.
fl-'Wai .
NO. 237.
ARE ECONOMY IN PRICE,
SUPERIOR CONSTRUCTION.
QUICK AND UNIFORM
Designs, and Giving PERFECT
Everywhere.
BOBBINS1
I
COMMERCIAL AVE.,
CAIBO ill
Pianos and Organs,
SHEET MUSIC AND
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE OF
EVERY DESCRIPTION.
HALLET, DAVIS & CO.'S
Of World wide Reputation.
Acknowledged by all Rood Musicians to be tbe
beat t'lano now made.
THE GREAT UNION PIANO.
Of which WO have auld over 400 diinnir
twelve year- past, becoming more and mora
popular every day.
SMITH'S AMERICAN ORGAN,
Splendid tone. Tower and Durability.
Kimball's Orchestral Organ,
A very fino Instrument, adapted to lnttru-
iu niai as wen as vocal muate.
A LI. THE ABOVE AUK OVFERV.lv ON
x. Kasy Monthly Payment", st low figures
ii-SBriiirrn Ul J.I31 1'ncc.
SHEET MUSIC
In jrreat variety, Including all tho new
and popular inuMc ol the day.
Order from tho Country
promptly flllrd and nent
by mail.
VIOLINS GUITARS BANJOS
ACCORDEONS. CLARINETS
FLUTES,
PICOLOS,
TAMBORINES
FRENCH lIAltPS, ETC., ETC.
Band Instruments of all Kinds
Furr.hb.cd to Order.
ITBIHOB rOK VI0LW8, OUITABI, BTC.
Ot tho llest Quality.
Classical Studies and Exercises
Of all grades for Tiano or Voice.
J3f Every description of Mimical Mer
ehaudlse funiisheii to order, promptl) und
at prices lower than ever offered before
lin.NCV ALSO OK
ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
Send for Illiltrated CalaloKtiu and Trice
LUt of these Nailtiful rotlpeH,
AU Ooods Warranted ai Repntsatsi.
Addrenti,
BOBBINS' MUSIC BAZAP,
Cairo, Illinois.
VARIETY HTUHi:.
Wew-York Storo
WHOLESALE AND KKTAIL.
aCeSBt
VARIETY STOCK
IN THE CITY.
Goods Bold Very Close.
Uorner 18ta St. and Oomsssreial At
OAIBO.
OLDTOIt
0. O. PATIXX 00,
BAZAR
112
torwawjwo
AJro
OommiMion Mtrohant,
Arxlikidcr In
MEAL, GRAIN
STOV
FLOUR,
HAY,
M OIIIOLfAtL'.
--tr.
CAIRO, IM.tNOlJI.
a CLOSE,
t. if-
Ocntrnl
Commission Merchant
ANtl rJCALkll IS
LIMS, CEMENT, PLABTEB,
HAIR, .,
Uadar City fUtloaid Eamk.
IWU.Laell In car-load lot at uvtiJattartH
pnci, adduiKFreutht.
JOHN B. PBIXXX8
AND SON,
(Hucceoors to .loliQ II. ItillllO
FORWASDINO
Commission Merchants
An t)lr In
HAY, COUM, OATS, PLOUB,
XKAl, BJLUT, tU.
iUU for LAILIH SAKO PSWSEX 00
Coraar Tatk Straat aad Okla
Lavaa.
7.. D. MathuM. K t..
MATHUSS it UHL,
FORWARDINO
And General
Commission Merchants
Dealers hi
FLOUR, GRAIN. HAY AND
PRODUCE.
84 Olxlo Xjbvm,
P. CUHL,
Exclusive
Hour Moictant
Millers' Agent
No so Ohio Leveo,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
K. !. Ayres,
S. D. Ayr.
AYRES Jc CO.,
TIiOUB
And fen em I
Commission Merchants
No. 75
OHIO LEVEE.
It. D. THOMS,
Commission Merchant,
And dealer In
TAPX.E AJIO FAHCY
GROCERIES.
ForelaTi and Oomaatlo Frolta aad Nuts
1M COXXUCIAX ATBrxnc.
S-tf.
dtast. rxuKtn.
II. II. CTSHLNOUAM,
PARKER & CUNNINGHAM,
(SucceMora to Miller A Tarkrr,)
FORWARD G
AMD
Commission Merchants
Aud Dealer In
WHEAT, MEAL, GRAIN, HAY,
ETC,
CI omoiSvEE. C UR. ".USOI8.
0Wchavelcasel tbe Lartte Yellow Ware
house, (toraie caac!ty a,(w ions, which f Ivra
u amgle (acllitlra fur atoiinir and chipping.
INNVBANCE.
C. N. HUGHES,
Oeneral
Insurance Agent.
OFFICK:
ZXO XjXj-VJUB,
Orsr lUUnM UU'i.
firit-CIaaa Cvuiani4 Krt
INSURANCE.
KSTABUSKU !
S AFFORD,
MOUtll .
AND CAXDIki,
Uenfral
Insurance .Agents
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City XatltUl laak BviUlaf, v-staln.
TS OUaftBaUaUakad Ann lm ImU
ni lUtoate. sisriisiwst vai

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