OCR Interpretation


The Cairo bulletin. (Cairo, Ill.) 1872-1878, October 01, 1875, Image 1

Image and text provided by University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library, Urbana, IL

Persistent link: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn85033413/1875-10-01/ed-1/seq-1/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

W WW w w w
W.LBRISpL,
family' '
GROCER
Roepn cvorythiug pertaining to
ia.9 uno or Diapio ana ranoy uro
series, Woodenwnre, Vegetables,
Pruite, tic., &.Q.
Try My New Style Mixed
TEA,
Diflerent Combinntion From any
Before Offered iu tho Market,
and of Excellent Flavor.
Choice Selection of
QUEENS W A BE,
GLASSWARE.
CROCKED YWA RE
and FLOWER PCTS.
& Ml hi CRATE talisn,
THE "BOSS"
FIS.35 KINDLIER.
WISCONSIN BUTTER,
flw?t nrd Rich
Central Hop Yeast
Again TliU Summer.
IHHMiMMMiaMMi
No. 32 BIGHT STREET
CAIRO ILL.
IUAL.
Coal Coal.
PITTSBURGH,
PARADISE,
MT. CARBON(Big Muddy)
AMI-
PEYTONA CANNEL
COAL!
Orders for Coal by tho car-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment,
sromptly attonded to.
t&TTo largo consumers and all
manufacturers, wo are prepared
to supply any quantity, by tho
aionth or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL COMPANY.
Cf-HitllMiy Hro.'n office, No TU Ohio Lcvco.
Efltutrity Uio wluirl'boat.
tS"M Kifjiitimi IHU, or
tf-At tlie Urnl Duimi, foot jf I tilrty-Kilit
'jrrl
K3l'oat Office Drawer. 3M.
VALENTINE RESCH,
GROCER.
Dealer In-
Butter, Eggs, Fish, Poultry,
Game and all kinds of fresh
Fruit and Vegetables.
Eighth Street, Carro. Ill
reorder for Stmmuouts promptly tilled at
my hour, tuy or nintii. i-m-h
HOWIE BROTHERS,
PACKERS,
Wholesale, Retail and
Commission.
EIGHTH STREET.
HVHiRhest Cash Prico paid for
Hogs and Cattle.
A Book for the People.
M-TIOtOOV i. a koltUinto uiMIm! oi of W
or f lroifuuMiolumniiuMiii.fr.DQ.
' . " f urrliii.unliuiuluril,
M .iHBIAUE. J.iwril .'i!lrtllioin nl Ihe Ji7.
. , MjrlAie,ltiUiitK..aiidiliiqu.li!l-
ltni, th Uyitfrua erncproduotlou, i-o. Aim .lanl
a th-rttyou iiiohnuitiilHin.iiiittiinir navy mid Oca
i-i.iToOr aiauflHiilixxo.lncluaiuic k.i funuiurirrr
vftte. Vnn'e-I"11'1 ChrouloCIcei Mli.rtti, ih
i ttrrti of Var.y AbtneH im Ilia .viuul y turn ii.m ilic (Un.
iui vi vternvi Mm uml niter tu.rrlii.. IcKftigloprr.
iiwiuro d'tiiyauJ Impouuoy rliie ivuunliuiiuthc
.,.. k mltcti Uimitt. hut Uliie oiuyiKiiiiil.i Hiclir.l untk
Pile. Fl'r tom. !'. wwi 'ttu,iLlJ1J.J.,iJ..iL 1 !"
lUM l l'l. iniPrJVWUlTrUI".. HHVIMt-VM., Kit
mo'i't oi ntnip. Alia " luntl MoMoal fctie autSu
iuiillKtKt.)M(MiWlli. AiWini,
':ly
fill
VOL. 7.
' R, SMYTH & CO.,
Wluiif.Mli; mi Fitful! I)ra1ri lo
Foreign and Domestic
LIQTJORS
ASD
WINEN OF ALL MINIMA,
No. 60 Ohio Leveo,
CAIRO, ILLS.
MK."lf SMYTH A CO. tiavo constantly
lurfWJtork of tli bvit twl ii.inclnor
lift, mi' I Klmp:lal attention to I lie liol9fle
rncti r ttie limlnci
ici:.
JOEL
Tho Undersigned Having Given
up tho
CITY TRADE,
Is now Frcpurcd to Furnish Ice
by tho
CAR LOAD,
At prices that will Compare Fav
orably with any Deulcr. lie
will now Dcvoto his a ten
tion Entirely to bin
WHOLESALE TRADE.
JOHN SPROAT.
iiot:i.n. " "
Grand Central
HOTEL,
COMMERCIAL AVENUE!
Ooruor XDimlitli Btroot,
WH. WKTZEL. Troprlstor.
llilT.ilV wati'lt krut liliflit Mini ! fur
7Y miltn nii'l MtiiiibKit.
"IhH of arciKiimfHiatiolts fur truiitlwt
Kii"3t .it Two Hollar ihtL-v. .Mo-tf
wniti.iMAi.i: ;no t.hs.
STRATT0N & BIRD,
Wholesale Grocers
.Mill
Commission Merchants
AOENTS AMERICAN POWDER CO
57 Ohio Levee.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
Wholesale Grocer
DuaUr In
BOAT STORES,!
Commission Merchant,
No. 76 OHIO LEVEE.
SI'KCIAI., attention given tocouitlguintnts ami
Ulllnif orilera
MINT AMKIII.H,
B. F. PARKER,
Dutlcr Iu
r?aints, Oils, Varnishes.
33 nTjrxx,
iVall Popor, Window Glass, Wi
dow unaaos, etc,
Always ou band, tlie celebruUil illtiminutlnjr
AUIIOIIA. Olli.
Brom' X3axtXcil'Ki
Corner Eleventh Stroot and Wahlug.
ton Avenue
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
or. o. jcrjntj ,
PE0PEIET0B.
BINDEH AND BLANK BOOK
MANUFACTURER,
lidlottn Bulldlnir, Corner Twelfth Street
and Washington Avenue.
OaIi'O, Xlll-xolw,
WCeoatr nmt allrod Woik trwinltj
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER X, 1875.
AN HEIR'S RETURN.
A Mllnsr YiiiiIIi Tiirim t'i In Null.
haail Alli'r THpnty Henr in Aiiir.i
It.
Fr-mi tho 1'llhlittiK O'ntcttu 1
Xcnrly twenty yvnn u) a youth ol'u ;
roving turn ot niliitl und ilfi iikdiy lotnl
of ailvt-ntiirt- took lilt ili'i:iiiure Iruiu Ills i
piitx-ntitl rt'slilcnci! In Slluo, on thu South
!i.(U',antl liti-hwl out oiilils own nccoutit 1
Into tiio nroau uml ttnirtLiI wo nil to art
his fate uml I'ortiuif. lie hatl Ikcii rnUttl
nio-)t temltrly; Uvhin i.n only mjii of
wt-ultliy tart'iit-j,hiiuvL'ry wish ami whim
wcru ratllUtl, ami nelthur Hurt nor
inputs wt'rtt ri;ii eil to iiropurly cUikmiu
lilm'tor tliu Ijiltir walks ol lite, hut still
Im: tni tiot li ippy or conicntcil. Wltliont
utukln'nny pn panitloii lor a ilUtnn(unil
priiliincd Jmiriify, or iitturiithir uilliir
irifittl orielatloiM of Ills intuntlotii. tie
ijuittly It-It his hoini', Mttnowlmt unit. ten
iionaliy piiluniiln' a inybtcilim-nli-ap-M'araiiw.
Day rolled away Into wwk,
weeks Into monllts ami nioiitli?
into yuar., anil tin; crushed hearts
ol tin; (lari-uls were not rellevftl Ity any
laiKoui',' tklliifrs fi oui their hoy. They
rarly pivu way to di-'ponilenuy, ami,
while .seltlln' down to thu heliel that lie
was ilead uml never more would return.
Mill hoping naiii-t hope, they iim iI all
exertions to learn i-oinetlilnx ol liini and
1 1 In wlierealtoiu-', hut all to no avail. No
word, no netVNtio letter, no aiiiwur to
their atlilretd Inquiries to all parrot
the worltl, utmu to oolvi! the tntery
whleh o litittleneil their hearts. A lew
years ao the lather pa.-?ed away iu
death, and the recollection ot hli way
ward con was with him to the Itual mo
uiei.t ol' departure. Jioiiietlilii,' Inwardly
told the xood old man that hu Ijo wie
yet in tint world, and lli;piicele?ileaauy
of a lather's liler-lii' he It IX lor linn.
Ike uiollier, likewise liupelui, Mtrvivcd
tlie partner ol lierjoyii and .sorrows only
a lew yfar-, anil with her last breath he
iptcath d to Alexander the pri-cioui trill
ol her uiateruid betii-un. Ami thus they
p.ied away.
Iliirin t fit' lonw and fretful suspense
ot tlie lovln and ditre-ed iiarent-. the
on wai living the lite ol a wanderer, lar
oil auioni: the ruined 'old lilll-of Aus
tralia, making hi liveltliood iu the wil
derness ui a new humanity to him. lie
had not lorotteli hl oill home, ami his
hem olien returned to the dear old
eotiple ho;e root ami protection lie hatl
so -iu;ularly abandoned. He was not lou
peituaui'iitly doiulelled In liii new home
till he wrote hack to his parents explain
ing his ah-eiif - anil telllnjr them allahout
hi; roiiianlit: trlaN ami thrilling ex pet i
'iiw in Ids Journey to laud- m far away
from the old hearthstone. The letter
never cauu hack to check the doubt. and
uil-srlvinjrs of hi friend or a-iiiaye the
halloweil yrief of the father ami mother,
lie waited iu vain lor an ainwerin echo
to hi' me-ia'e of unabated lovi; ami filial
duty. No word reached him. and araln
lie wrote home, and fearinjr the reliabil
ity efthc null he Intru-ted tho iniivc
to u eotnrud'j wlio va- coining
hither. That letter was never
rfcelvcd : the courier never va heard
from. Altar this Alexander inanitled
his nilen-e Into ravu proportions, ami
felt that lie was ' iinlorL'iveii tlie tratt"
refesion anil wantonly forgotten, lie
wrote no more, and iu Ids' dreams the
oltl folks ever appeared, hut no ;rood
guardian anel ever wlii-peretl through
them how two oltl grey headf, bowed
iu rief, implored thu bles-lnti oftJod
upon him. or how two loving Itearts heat
in prayerful anxiety and ?upcu-u iu IiU
heliitll. He married, and Mum three rcy
clteeked elilldren clamlx-red upon Ids
knee, and In them and his wife he found
objects to divert his mind away fiom the
oltl home and uiceuteutlves to make a
new ami happy one. lor him-elf. Mis
whe ."Ickcuul r.utl died, and Ills Uriel was
made all the jfreater on receiving by
post the caid, lejral auuouncetuent that
he wa left the heir to a lar'e .tatu by
the death of botli Ids parent-. Tlie law
yers had ili-covered his address, even
though tlie cllorts of others In the sainu
direction hatl failed a thousand time-.
The last will and testament of the lather
left all ills estate to his wife, the mother,
to he held for her Use during life, anil
to pass to tltn son, provided ho anpeariil
inlde of ten years after Iter death to
claim tlie posse-ions. If Alexander did
not appear In the allotted time, all was
tor. vet t to St. l'aul'f Roman Catholic
Orphan Asylum, and designated cliiuit
able lu-tliutlon-i and purpo'e.s. Tho es
tate U worth S100.000, and consists of
suburban and city property, bonds, etc.
On Haturday last tlie heir to all, thu lony;-nb-f
tit sou, Alexander, arrived iu our
city, and sought out the friend of Ids
boyhood. N'eed we attempt, to portray
the feeliiiff of tho now subdued and set
tled man as he once moro sits at the oltl
tlrcslde ant) relleets on the history ot his
life, of thu persons and thing that were,
hut an! not now, of thu mighty changes
wrought out in tho past eventful twenty
years.
A GULF STORM IN 1856.
The Terror nt Hie f.nlenn I, nil Inlnml
Xliielrvn 1'rarM .ki.
The late disastrous Uorm along the
coast ol lite Unit reuillsa tragic occur
rence ol a .luillnr cliaraclcr during tho
Full of 1S50, more than nineteen years
ago. At that time hast Island, situated
sixty tulles west of the mouth of thu
Mibsistippl, ami not far liom liaraturia
Itav. was a favorite watering place, and
a reMirt lor visitors from New Orleans, I
to whom tl was uccoslble iu u few hours i
time. Foi two or thrco seasons previous 1
Iu nonulurlty had been uradualiv
Increasing until considerable improve
ments in thu way of a large
hotel, numerous colleges, stables, etc.,
had been mmle. The island is a low
sandy strip, thirty miles long, and thrco
or lour unit's wide, almost dcsUtiuo of
vegetation. Early on the morning of the,
18th of August, IBM, agaluseilu, which,
In live hours' tiiuu einued tho water to
rise and sweep over tho cntlro island to
tho depth of tight ttet or more, Tho
large note) tmiT other buildings wero
blown, to pieces and b wept away, together
with thu people who sought refuge there,
in. Many were washed out Into tho Gnlt
ou plccct) of debris, mid lost. A small
steamer moored at tho Island hud her
upper workb stripped from tliodeck as
clean as if cut away by mechanics. Tho
hull oi this vesel rode out tho
storm lit safety, and about 120 poopln
clung to It. and were saved. About 1C0
ncrsons altogether wero ou the Is.
land at thu time, nud of thoso who wero
lost, numbering about 275 souls, many
belonged to the best known und wealth
iest families of New Orleans. Since this
fearful disaster Last Island ha!) been In.
habited by only a few Ihhcinicu. In tho
smno gale a steamship called thvAtitllutt,
helonglng to llio Morgan line of Texa
vccK and plying lioiw ten .New Oilcan
mid the l.'lo Grande river, was capl.cd
and lot smut! 00 intle from tin: mouth
of the Mississippi. Of 100 s.oul on board,
including pasenge and crew, all per
ished except one pt'Mon, who was
i nicked upallnat on a log t ight days niter.
Ituv. T. I '. Twitclicll, a nromtnent divine, ,
was among the lo'l. Tim Kiciieh Milp
Manilla, loaded with a valuable cargo of
u'limfa ..ml lln. f'r.iin Itnrilfniiv tt'tiiz
blown from her anchorage at tin.' mouth
of the Mississippi river ashore near Tim
bailor Maud, La., and her cargo was
Fcattered for many mile along the ,
marshy coast. A portion ol her crew
wit also lot, am) two or three do.cn
vessels were wiecketl ami ioi iu various
part of the Oulf by the same gale. The I
inhabitants of New Orleans were thrown 1
Into grid and mourning by thu lo-s of ,
menus nun KUitircil. ami rccouuction oi
tlie sail disaster will not be ernsed Iu a
gencratloiu
GRAND REUNION.
Jrll'rnon Intl, l'..(Jivrrnnr llnrrln.
mill Urn. 1'orri'st to lie I'renenl.
IMcinpblt ..Kul 1
It has alreaily been announced that tlie
surviving members of thu Seventh Ten
lie see regiment had tlctertulued to have
a grand reunion at lirnwul!lc on thu
7th and Stli of October. This an
nuuueenK'Ut hasaroii-cd no little Interest,
and it I fair to piviuin- tnal the occasion
will prove niieoi Hie imi-t attractive of
the kind that Ilnnviisvllle has ever wit
ne.cd. Kxien-lve ireparatiouaru being
made for the reunion, and a programme
of no ordinary nature iiiraugeil lor the
Till and 8th of Octolivr. Kx-Prrsldi'iit
.'effrn-on D.tvi. Oi netal Forrest ami Kx
(overiior llarri-, be-hles many other
tli-tingui-lied citizens of thu .State, are
cxpeeied to be pit-cut and participate In
the excrel-c-. dipt. I.awler. of Com
li.iny ('. Ii is alreaily reipieted the meiu-ner-
of hi command to report at his ot
lice ou .Slieiby between this and
the old ot October, so n to make the
uece.-'.iry arrangement lor attending the
reunion. H'e ln-ar that a good mauv
Mriiiuhl.il.- expict to he pre-ent. and
that an Invitation will be extended the
Chickasaw On irds and Irl-li Volunteers
of this city to ohi iu thu parade ami he
present at Hie reunion. Tlie citizens of
ISrownsvlllantleipate a large uumlier nt
visitors, and will be p!e.i-cd to entertain
them in tlie liberal maimer characteristic
of that wariu-hearted communitv. From
what we can learn it lsrea-onabieto Inter
that the reunion of the Seventh Tennes.
see regiment at llroivnsville. thu seventh
and eighth of October, will be an exent
of great magnitude and uenenil enjoy
ment. The reunion will beheld at the
fair grounds, where the veterans and
their Irieiids will be haml-nniely enter
tained. Ou the eighth of October'u grand
barbecue will be given, ami in addition
to tho other excrci-es for that day ad
dress' will be made hv Mr. .tellersou
Davie and Kx-Oovrnor Harris.
ttir- DurliiL' tho epidemic of intermit
tent iu the UVst this season, tho whole
immcii'c stock of Aver's Ague C'uro hc
caint! exhausted, and tlmprodiifhi'' power
of ills Laboratory was found lnade(uate
to meet tho demand. Many who knew
Its extraordinary virtues for the cure of
Chills and Fever, paid exorbitant prices
for it. Thi- Ague Cure is said, by thin,.
who u-o It. to never fall. Header.!! you
must havo medical ad. take the bei of
nietueine. roor ictitcuics are dear, as
good are cheap, at any price you h tve to
pay lor tnein. Uutrtettvii Courier.
The Beat i always tho Cheapest ?
Oil TAME I
roa
Grocers,
Druggists,
Mills,
rlfsTC
Tho slldlnn ton la wlthnur ..nm.
hinges, and cannot get out of order.
The measuring Pump Is tho easiest,
fastest, and ONLY PATENT PUMP used
Inngnlvnnlied Iron tank. Prices reduced.
Send for Catalogue.
WILSON Sl EVENDEN,
lV.tcKCI i I M,e:rtuen, t & 49 W Lk. Si., Clic
For Sale at Ltauut'acturers' prices by
Barclay Bro's.,
Wholesale Druggists,
CAIRO, ILLS.
lm-eoil.
DANIEL LAMPERT,
Fashionablo Barber
XXA.IFL unEasEri,
NORTH SIDE OF EIGHTH STREE'i
Botwoon WahliinKton ami Commercial
Avniiiixs.
CARL PETERS,
HORSE SHOER,
BLACKSMITH
AND
Wagon Maker,
SIXTH STREET, Botwcon OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
AVENUE.
Manufactures bla own Horse SUoosand
can Assure Oood work.
PATRONAGE SOLICITED.
B-'Min
Wedding Cards
LATEST STYLES.
R.P.STUDLEY&C0.
mi Kwtk MM Itmi, ST. LOCTi.
L
2S
PROMINENT
THE NEW LOW RESERVOIR "STANDARD"
s .-.CjfljAV , ARB ECONOMY IN TRICE,
-ifiiCl! Gfo-'- SUPERIOR CONSTRICTION,
QUICK AND UN',F0RM
Great Durability with Handsome Designs, and Giving PERFECT
SATISFACTION Everywhere.
MADE ONLY BY
Excelsior Manufacturing Comp'y
012, 014, 010 and 018 N. MAIN STREET, ST. LOUIS, MO.
AND SOLD EXCLUSIVELY DY
-i7..,C' W' HENDERSON, Cairo, Illinois.
NOW IS THE TIME!
Presents For All !
A Now Method of Making n
"Revolution in the Dry Goods Trade !"
UV jtiiiotiiicp to thcrulilliMif Olio anil Vlcinily Hint we Inn.- nmilu irtiniil to Oilni .mil
i'iifl nt itir tilcl -t niil
ITo. 142 c& Gommorcial Ave.
, full, riuiiiUlcti .mil WVtl clretoil lili-Vnr
DEY GOODS & CLOTHIITQ,
Iji'Uh ' ami i.i'tilli iihmiV 1 imilililn t.ooits, li tc v will nuM am now pn-pninl m offer
THE BEST INDUCEMENTS EVER GIVEN BEFORE.
Wo proper to jrive In our Ilry flowls Pturo to
ot'.-ewti liollnrsi (iT).'li'ii anU of Uilico
iirninioir juuoe t in us, auriti llic 11111111011111 nur liit i-IToitt Will tio.u.ii! to invill lite nme.
Wo aoliclt n call from ono and till.
HEILBRON & WEIL,
142 & 144 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
-l-!in
Great Exposition.
Head-Quarters for Groceries f
IMMENSE STOCK! (T VIJIETV ! LOW PRICES!
Provisions, Scuds, and other Produce.
Wna.. Giexxxi & Sons,
S. TO, iiiul 72 Vim' Ntvv(, I'lNCIXX ATI.
! 'I'.'t,
WEERLYBDLLETII
ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.
I'll YNK'i ANN.
YY"ILLIAM R- SMITH, M. D.
UKSIDKNCi:: Xo. 21 Thlituutlt etrett, be
twin Wasliltitfton avenue ami Walnut etivt-t.
OFriCCi.Voitli llo of KIkIUIi strwt be
tween Commercial anil VaililiiKtuuiicmic.
0
1 W. DUNNING, M. D.
ItKSilDU.N'CE: Coriitr .Ninth uml W'ulnut
ttrix-ts.
OKriCKs Corner Sixth blixft uml OliloIvi.
OrTICK IIOUUS: KromOa.m. l'.'in., ami
rtutit v; tu a l' in.
I.AHYKHS.
JOHN H. MULKEY.
Attorney at T.uw.
CAIItO, IU.INOH,
OKI'ICi:: At iviMenre on Ninth Ptreft, le
twrvn Witshlnfc'toli tivenue uml Wuluilt M.
SAMUEL T. WHEELER,
Attorney at I.uu.
OlTlCKi Ohio Lcuc, (M ruoni tounvrly
occnji'id liy first Natiouiil lluuk,
CAIItO. ILLINOIS,
' 1 KEEN GILBERT,
Attorney and CounNelors
nt liiin.
OKnCL'i Ohio U'M, vooru. 7 B'l
City Nutlonal limls,
SnlilSl, i C'AIUO. ILLINOIS,
Mild Fretl'U. Gilbert 5
3bSpe.'litl aiteutlou given to AUulralty uu4
3Puiuoai uueim-J.
CAIRO
BOX and BASKET CO
Denier in
I-CJ333E,
AUhlmU harilnnilnofti)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, tto
Hill mxA Vnrrt,
3ornov Thlrty-Fouvth Btroe nd
Ohio Lovoo.
NO. 24-2.
ADVANTAGES
M
nifli ami rvi ry ni-tomcr pttifhit'lns to tho amount
(Ittriitm nil! Ik to ilp-rrvo tlm Uiliiro rnnlMriice
iikai. K.sr.iri; ai;i:.t.
JOHN a. HAEMAN & CO.
Real Estate
AND
HOUSE A-CB-EInTTS
COLLECTORS,
;0NVYANCRB, NOTARIES POJiLIC
Lurnl Aoutn of the Illinois Central and
Burllniiton and Uuutcy R. R,
Oomptuneu,
North Cor. Sixth oad Ohio Levee,
CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
I. O. I.VNCII. 31. J. IIOtVLKV
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
AND-
Bouae Agents,
Collectors and Conveyancers.
OFFICE-At the Court Houso.
VAKIt'.rV NTOHK.
OTew-York Store
WHOLESALES AND RETAIL,
VARIETY STOCK
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Clooo,
Corner iflth St. and Cominvrrlsl Av
0AIR0. ILLINOIS
0. 0 PATIER & CO
R. w. killer,
FORWARDING
Commission Merchant,
Alidilciilcr In
FLOUR, MEAL, GRAIN HAY,
-iTU.
S.,Sti;. I WIIW.IM.IXOI.1.
t -tf
-
C. CLOSE,
(Jencnil
Commission Merchant
t lir.At Kit 13
LIME. CEMENT, PLASTER,
HAIR,
Under City IfatloaiJ E-ak.
T WILL sclt In rnr-loail lot? st um fncturrrn
X in let-, milting r rrunt.
JOHN B. PHZXLIS
AMD HON,
i!ucccsots to .)olm U. riillllc)
FORWARDING
Commission Merchants
Att'l Dr.iItTJ III
IIAY, CORN, OATS, FLOUR,
MEAt, BKAN, etc.
Agent for LAFLIN JiHAHD F9WPKB CO
.Corner Tonth Street nad Ohio
LoToe.
z. i snthtui. t: c.
MATHUSS & UHL,
FORWARDING
Ami (Jfneral
Commission Merchants
DUrM In
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
PRODUCE,
04 Oliio Iiovco.
P. CUHL,
l-lt!lliC
Flour Merchant
Millers' Agent.
No 'fl Ohio l.ct.rv,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
;-i-Mf.
K. ). Ayrc.
S I. Ayr
AYRES & CO.,
AuO geiifr.il
Commission Merchants
No. 76
OHIO LEVEE.
L. D. THOMS,
Commission Merchant,
3 IX fold 33 IX
Ati'l iltihrln
STAPLE AND FANCY
GROCERIES,
Forciirn auU Domeatio Fruits ana Nuts
184 C0MKKBCIAL AVENUE.
S-"fJ.
Ur.lt T. I'.MIKKM
It It. (.I'.N.MMillAM.
PARKER & CUNNINGHAM,
(Succtaor to Miller I'inker.l
FORWARD Q
- ASD-
Commission Merchants
Ami Dcalm in
WHEAT, MEAL, GRAIN, IIAY,
orncE ! (
U1 OIIIOLCVLE.
L.lllJO, II.LIMU.1.
S-WVliiive Iwmil 111.) IjirLO Yrllow W'Air
liou.e. tinvveriiiinclly a.Kiu mil", which itm
iu niniili' liu'llltJi'i. 1'ormmliiK mul ithiiiiK
C. N. HUGHES,
CfiKial
Insurance Agent
OFFICE!
OXZXO Xj33-VIiiU.
Over Mttbuu & Ubl's.
NONE but I'liit-Cbts Corui'iiultn n'
tmtnl.
INSURANCE.
ESTABLISHED 185B.
SAFF0RD, MORRIS
AND CAKDEk,
-(mcinl
Insurance Agents
13 OHIO LEVEE,
City MftUual Bsak BtUliUf. vtUin,
The Oldsst Established Acwor la MfiMh
rn IlUuols. reprssBttn otJ
tas 00b 000.

xml | txt