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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 13, ISfS.
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unly Morning: Daily in Southern Illinois
OKFK'AL PAPER OX ALEXANDER COUNTY.
M.H. Ilnrroll, Kill tor.
Thk intimation reaches us from Wah
inglon that if the inquiry into tlio South
(Vroliua election frauila bIiiiII show that the
frauds in the two "bluck districts" were
huflicient to invalidate the election, that the
new Congress will promptly declare the
eIi?fon void ami order a new election.
Thin suggestion meets tlic Approval ot lead
ing Democratic mt-mtors, as "well from the
S.mth as the North.
IYcxn-Ciioi That's the; ntmiu of
young yellow-tunickcd Chinese, who, ut the
head of fifty thousand armed followers, is
ilerasting ' the province- of Kwangsi, and
carrying everything before liiuoille asked
a jxisition of honor and pay at the hands of
the emperor, and being refused, at once tell
upon the province of Kwangsi, and demol
ished it. We commend this example to
McKcaig, Wright, Hughes, Yost, Close and
other applicants for the Cairo post office.
If they fail, let them avenge themselves, us
Li-Yung-Choi did, by shooting down their
friends and burning up their property.
Tub old man at the head of the naval
bureau is determined to place himself on
rtrcord a a stickler for economy. He didn't
sell off the useless and unseaworthy old
tubs that constitute uliout one-third of the
navy, and discharge tho officers and seamen
in charge, who are growing gouty and rheu
matic from over-feeding and non-action.
Not he. He saw extravagance, indefensible
txtravagance, in the use of buttons; and
sinung the buttons he at once placed his
pruning hook. From every officer's coat
he lopped off four buttons, allowing four
teen buttons to lie worn hereafter, instead
of the eighteen that were sanctioned by the
ruinously extravagant administrations that
preceded his own. All hail, then, the great
SouTHKitx men iu tho House of Congress
will, almost unanimously, favor the appro
priation of the money asked for by the pres
ident, to cnabhi him to carry on the federal
election trials. They court a thorough,
searching investigation into the alleged
frauds, expressing the conviction that rigid
and impartial judicial inquiry will satisfy
the country that the whole South lias lieen
slandered, becausj of the excesses of one or
mors isolated localities, That there was
violence at three or four voting places, tin
southern members are not disposed to deny;
but they feel persuaded that inquiry will
show that in some of thesu cacs tliu colored
people were the ngressors, being inflamed
by mischief-uiaking black demagogues, and
that the election frauds charged will be
found to Imvc been practised in but u few
counties in one, or at most two states. They
say that a judicial Inquiry will be a great
benefit to the South, as the evidence it will
Tarnish will enlighten the Northern mind,
and show conclusively that the offonces
were sporadic and not general; that they
had not the sympathy of the mass of white
people, but the contrary, and that the exag
gerated reports circulated there and in the
north, are put forth by the same class of
carpet-bag ltcpulilicans whose unscrupulous
ambition for so many years kept tlieeountiy
in a turmoil.
A CONCKITION WolU'HY OF THK
While almost everylnsly received the an.
nouuccmciit that old Dick Thompson would
be Hayes" Secretary of the Navy, with feel
Ings of absolute surprise, nolssly questioned
the old man's honesty. Enseonse;! in the
"woods" so to sH'k, In the Interior of In-
liana, as Ignorant of "naval selenee,"
the ltepulillcnn parly profess In lie of Hern
is:ratic integrity, nobody believed him to
be t, auitabln man for tho position; but
u,uito everyWly thought he would honestly
st ho cou'.d. In this,
bubly, tlio public la not disappointed j
; "old Ih'ck's up forms a conspicuously
! i 1 1 . ...
lame, not to gay lnty and absurd line of ac
tion. His great and paramount idea seems
to havq beeu to so ingraft himself upon our
naval nfliiiro as to live in memory after hi
term of service. This idea ho has finally
executed. After eighteen mouths of pro
found cogitation, ho decided to render his
administration memorable by leaving its
impress upon naval buttons and gilt cord.
Ho decided upon a design which ho thought
lwth original and pretty, and communicated
it to the officers and men, through a "naval
circular." Did tho officers and men receive
the suggestions of the circular with a grati
tude that betrayed itsolf in uncovered and
reverential heads? Not much. On tho
contrary, where not laughed into derision,
the grave suggestions were received with
such hoots of indignation that tho "Ancient
Mariner" was finally compelled to explain
that he sent out tho suggestions, not as nn
order, but to invito tho comment of the par
ties interested. It was a square, disgrace
ful back-down on old Dick's part, that
shows a want of decision and firmness, that
add most alarmingly to his previously
known deficiencies, and mark him out as
NOT the man to engineer even so trifling an
affair ns the American navy.
BOUTIIEKX GRATITUDE AND EAST
At a recent mass meeting held in New
Orleans for the purpose of expressing, in
proper form, the gratitude of that commu
nity towards the country ut large, for its
gcuerous aid during the days of the epi
demic, the following was ono among tlie
resolutions adopted :
lieiulved. That In tliii universal testimony of onr
fellow -cotinlrymeu, that wo arc ono forever more, In
woe id In weal, we reeognizo the bculKnsnt voice of
a great peoplu, w liU'h should tllnnco with s stern re
buke, the evil ntwrsnew of wicked men, who, for
lguolile and iclilMi ends, would arouse onco more
the claaiors of MH'tltmnl discard, and we declare, as
ouru'iianluiouj rentlment with affected sincerity of
grateful heartt, that no difference of political creed
can weaken, and uo evils of designing politicians
sever, the ties which bind Ul by moat loered and
tender Memories In bonda of s national brother
hood, one and ludlnoluhlc.
While tho" warm-hearted people of the
Bouih'WcM adopting this resolution amidst
loud and enthusiastic acclaims of approba
tion, the cold-hearted, venemous James G.
Iitnine, the great apostle of Republicanism,
was hurling at them, from his Senatorial
quiver, the poisoned arrows of his hate, dis
trust and malevolence. The friendly, recon
ciled, grateful hand of the South was ex
tended to him, and he spat upon it.
DISHONEST THEN OR NOW.
Republican newspapers aud orators be
came alarmed at tho extravagance of James
Buchanan's administration, and declared
that unless a check were interposed by con
gress, the country would certainly go to
eternal smash. At that time, 1839, the
Uuchanan administration was expending
money at tho rate of $00,000,000 a year;
but because of the general outcry against
administrative profligacy, the old gentle
man, (for such he was, every inch of him),
arrested work in tho way of ship-building,
and lopped down expenses otherwise, until
the expenditure of 1800 fell short of $01,
000,0110. Rut even this effort at economy
failed to satisfy the people. The Republi
can press grew furious over the villuinous
waste of public tseasure, and predicted
hopeless bankruptcy as the certain result of
If those Republican protcstants against
governincntol waste and extravagance were
honest then, they arc brazen-facedly and
villainously dishonest now, in commending
the prudence and economy of tho present
administration. One of the two horns of
the dilemma they are bound to sicze upon.
There is no escape for them.
They wen, ns we have sail', loud and fu
rious in their denunciations of the expend
iture of $0 4. 000,000 a year under u Dem
ocratic administration; but applaud the ex
penditure of 1134,500,000 a year under the
present Republican administration. In
neither total have we included any expend
iture of money on account of interest;
hence it oppears that with the same army,
the same navy, and less than !10 per cent
increase in the actual needs of the country,
we find a Republican administration ex
pending more than twice as much money
as a Democratic administration, yet, from
the Republican standpoint, the former is
prudent and economical, while the latter is
villainously extravagant and criminally cor
nipt. And the farther we go back the
deeper we dive into the history of Republi
can rule, the mure alarming and astounding
do we find the prodigality of tho waste,
the munificence of the losses and tlio In
tlefensibillty of the extravagance.
It seems, however, that a Republican od
ministration Is unable even to make two
dollars serve the samo uses that one dollar
served under Uuchanan. With characteris
tic shamelcssness, the administration' See
retary of the Treasury makes this confes
sion, and demands of Congress $140,000,'
000 for the current ytar, and $180,000,000
for tho year following.
strive to do tho I
Not satisfied with two dollars, whet "on
extravagant Democratic administration"
made ono sufflco, tho Hayes' administration
has tho unblushing effrontery to ask for
three! In view of this desire to squander
tho public treasure, the "average American
citizen" has cuu.hu for exultation iu tho cer
tainty presented, tlmt, in another 'year, tho
samo power that held tlio purse-strings in
tho days of so-termed "Democratic extrava
gance," will again hold them; and tlmt, cry
as tho Hayes' cabinet may for its $180,000,
000, it will never get it.
We are not of those Democrats who are
blind to tho faults of our Southern breth
ren. Neither are wo of that class who dis
credit all reports of "bull-dozing" tho col
ored voter, simply becnuso the reports find
expression iu Republican newspapers. Wd
believe, in fact we are thoroughly con
vinced, that negro voters in the South ar
influenced to vote the Democratic ticket of
remain away trom the polls, through mean
quite as reprehensible as auy employed by
tho Republican manufacturing unlto! of
New England in controlling the votes of
their hull-starved Democratic operatives. ;
There is no doubt in our mind that frauds
of grent magnitude were perpetrated by
South Carolina Democrats at the election
ou the 5th of November last. No well in
formed man will honestly deny that there
is n legitimate Democratic majority in that
State; but that there is seventy thousand
majority, no reasonable Democrat will
claim. Such a tremendous majority can
not bu accounted for on the ground that ex
traordinary efforts wore put forth, or by the
refusal of tho blacks to go to the polls.
The ballot box stuffcrs were at work, and
it is but little better than folly to deny it.
13ut, admitting that fraud was practiced,
who is to cast the first stone at tho offend
ers? Not the Republican party; foi ut tU
dmirs lies a mountain ot such offendings,
which were practiced just as long as the
party could profit by them. The villain
ous methods which Grantism left us u legacy
to the South, have been seized ujon by the
party against which they were used ; and
now if the Republicans are forced to drink
of the samo chalice they placed to Demo
cratic lips, they may make wry faces over
it; but they are nvtopped from crying out
that it is a draught that should be spared
them. Rut no patriot can contemplate such
frauds upon the ballot Ihix, without feeling
grave misgivings as to their effect upon the
future. They work a virtual overthrow of
popular suffrage, corrupt and debase the
party that practices them, and render elec
tions a painful furce, instead of a means
for the expression of the people's will.
FROM THE FEDERAL CAPITAL, i
Maine's hesoixtiom ok inquiry thk ik
imn bl'ukau mexican vetkitanh oen-
EltAL ni'KNSIDK MAH81IAI, PITKIN, KTC.
Washington, December 10, 1878.
Debate on Dlaine's resolution authorizing
inquiry into ullegcd intimidation of voters
will commence on Wednesday next, with a
speech . by that seuator. It is said that
Senator's Thurmnn and Gordon will speak
on the subject, but that there will be no op
position to the resolution if it is amended so
as to make it general in its application.
Unnecessary debate on this subject will
have tho effect to retard the necessary pub
lic business, and to disquiet the public
mind, and patriotic men of both parties
are anxious to avoid this at present. For
somo thirteen days befor3 the holiday re
cess, congress will be in session, and in that
time, by n judicious course, it may greatly
strengthen the country financially ut a pe
riod when all its strength is needed, or by
nn opposite course, may produce directly
the contrary effect, "Let us have peace,"
for the next few days.
Interior department officials have been
for the Ia3t few days giving testimony and
opinions against n transfer of the Indian
bureau to the War department. They claim
that the change, would bo injurious to tho
Indians, and expensive to the government.
The army officers who have testified, think
the change would benefit the Indians, and
save money to the government. The com-
missiou will report at an early day.
Veterans of tho Mexican War will soon
hold their annual meeting, and renew their
request to Congress for those pensions which
tho country has never failed to grant her
military and n.wal defenders in their old
age. In the Senate the eloquent Mr. Voor-
hecs'has their cuse in hand.
General llurnsidc says his commission on
tho reorganization of tho army is ready to
report. There aro contradictory statements
as to what the commission will recommend,
but it seems certain a reduction in the force,
and especially in the number of officers has
been agreed upon.
There is said to be a prospect that l'itkin
w ill be made marshal of Louisiana in place
of Colonel Jack Wharton, and that Packard,
lute "governor' of that State, will bo nvado
Collector of tho port of New Orleans.
This would be in the line of reform as
understood by Ren Butler, Zuch Chandler,
and the rest. If we may judge by the lust
message of Mr. Hayes he has now no in
terest in reform of any kind, as ho does not
mention it, and it may be that tlio sturdy
Republican reformers mentioned, with sec
retary Sherman, arc to take charge of the
Southern appointments of the administra
tion. They could do no more than Mr.
Hayes did while the retorm enthusiasm pos
nhtrohy elven to Nellie (iulTney, Timothy (Isftliev.
William l.iillney and Marydafl'nnv. Unit Isabel (laff-
nitynu (lied a petition attain! them for partition of
the ;reinla duscrlbed Iu said petlllon, which null
Is imw pundliitf in the Alexander circuit court, and
thai summons lias been Issued in said suit nuslnst
you reliiruablv on the lirst day of the next Jauuary
tern, 1SVU. of said Alexander clrcnlt court, to ho b-
fun ami liolileii at the Court-house In the cltvof
sk-o. Alexander couuty, Illinois, ou the llmt Mon
day of January. ISTli.
l a'tro, III., November III. 1HTS.
J NO. A, HEKVK.
Clerk of said court,
Is htrehv given that default hnvlna beeu made for
more that sixty din Iu Hie payment of a portion of
llin aii" "'"uri'd to be paid by a uiorlaa mm
ruled by Max Kueuun uil Michael .lnui;nieler, to
tiaimml Vtaats Taylor and Kilwln I'limm, Trustees
of the Cairo City 1'roi'iTly, tinted August Ulh. A. 1,
1HT:. uml recorded In the llvt'order's OHlce. In and for
Alexander couniy. In the Stale of Illinois, Iu Hook
8 of Heeds, on piiu'u M, 'I'll" undersigned, the suc
cessor of said trustees, will on Hatunln.v. the -till day
or Jumiury, A. !.. 1STH. at IU o'clock In the fore
noon of that day. under anil by virtu of thu power
of sale conlaincd In suld niorttrai.'e, sell at public
auction, to the highest bidder. I'm eah. at his nttice.
corner of Waliili;lnu Avenue and Mt'lili-entli
street. Ill smil i lty of Cairo. In Alcxantii-r county
and Slate ul Illinois, all the riiflil. title sad Interest
of said -Max Kuehne urn! Michael .lituijiueler, or
their assluus. In and to lot numbered 0. mine tin
block numbered TU. (seventy threei. In said Cll.v of
Cairo, according to tho recorded plnl thereof, with
the appurtenances, to atify the purposes and con
ditions nfiulil Mortfsife.
Hand, Cairo, 111., November llh, 1K7K.
, K. NT A ATM TAVLOIt.
Trustee of the I air City I'roperty.
WH0I,KSA1.K W1XKS AM) LIQUORS
Wholesale ami Itetail Healers Iu
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wines of all Kinds,
NO. CO OHIO LEVEE.
MESSRS. SMYTH A CO. hate constantly a lwr
stock of the best good in the market and give
especial attention to the wholesale branch af the
Stockfleth & Bkoks,
Sutvcsiiora to F. M. Stockfleth.
Importers ual AVliolsulu UcbIitw in
, Foreign and Domestic
LIQUORS AND WINES,
Kblnt. Kelly Island, Catawba, California and Im
ported Port, bherry, Mudara Wlnv and Cham
paguet. . .
No. 62 Ohio Levee. Cairo, 111.
Decorative Paper Hanger
A SPECIALTY MADS OP
Glazing nncl KnlHomining.
Leave Orders at llarclay'a or Parker's Book Stare.
" il'K BAKKttY."
Eighth Street, near Commercial Avenue.
V. HESC'H, Pitoi'itiETou.
Having started a flrst-clast Bakery, and placed a
flrst-clars St. Louis baker in charge, I am prepared
CAKES OK EVEltY DESCRIPTION.
from tho plainest to the most elaborate kind, suit
able for weddhe.'s, balls, etc.; also all kinds of
Bread. Pies and Pastry, at the very lowest rales.
Orders will he promptly tilled. A delivery wnfon
will run dally to all parts of the city for the accom
modation ol customers.
A share of the public's patronage Is solicited, nnd
PAINTS, OILS. WALL l'AI'KIl, KTC.
Window Claws, Window Similes, Ete .
Always ou hand the celebrated iuxminatinh
Bros' Building, Com-1
morcmi Av.. I
DUY (JOOHS, ETC.
U " ROSENAVATER.
The largest w holesale and retail Dry
Goods and Clothing House Iu this City;
are rerciviui: new Good daily and lire
offering great bargains in theniosl hand
some lines of CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS
and MATTINGS; Silks, Cashmeres. lion
retted, aud a great many other new
styles of Dress Goods, Fans, Kte.; in
fact in every department of their bnsi
nss, they cordially invito the public
to call and see their stock. '
(JARL PETERS, l
COMMKKCIAL AVE. between Finland
SIXTH HT9 CAIItt), ILL. ,
HOIlHK-SHOKWOt specialty. KepulMifc- of all
kinds of vehicles done neatly aud ou iliort no
tlce, at the lowest possible cost,
ALL-ID AY BROTHELS,
FLOUR. GRAIN AND HAY
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
Signof ths Buffalo Uead.
K0EHLER BROS., Proprietors,
JOI: AHEM,. AtfC-nt,
A full and complete supply of lh best of all
kinds meal alwars ou hand. Orders filed at any
hour, day orulidit.
M M BLR,
The Cairo Box and Basket Co.
Flooring, Siding. Lath. Etc
At the very lowest rales.
Havirur a Heavy Stock of Loffs oh Hand,
We aro prepared to
SAW OUT SPECIAL ORDERS
On the shorten,! otlce.
a HPECIAf.TY mads of STEAMBOAT LUMBER.
A W also manufacture Kltl'lT 1IOXMATKHIAI.H
Cracker, Candv. Psckln Boies Stavea. Ueatlntrs
LEXAXDEK COUNTY BANK,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Struct,
OK Kit EU.S:
F. BItOSS. President.
1. SKrT. Ice -President.
II. WKLLN. t ashler.
T. J. KKUT11. Assistant CasUler-
F. Bross. Cairo: William Klnire, Calm;
IVi.t i 'aim: William Wolf. Cairo:
(.'. .M . Osterloh. K. 1. ltllllnu'sler. M. Louis
K. Under. Cairo; J. . Clemsou. lalsdonla
4 0 ENEMA I. nAN KINO BUSINESS DONE. El
chuiiL'e sold and bouetit. Interest paid In the
SavliiL's Jlepartnieiit. Collection made and all
business promptly attended to.
rPHE CITY NATIONAL RANK,
W. P. IIALI.IDAY, President.
II. I.. II.M.LIIIAV. Vice-President.
WALTK1I 11 VHLUP, Cashier.
S. STAAT TAYLOIl. W. P. HI.!.m..r,
HKN11V L. IIA1.LIIIAV, H. II. Cl'NNINUIUM,
I,. I). WII.LIAHSON, STBl'USS BIHII,
II. II. rANIIXK.
Kxi liiiiiire, Coin and United Status llonds
IIOI'OIIT AND SOLD.
Deposits received and a general banking business
jTEKPKISE SAVINGS BANK,
I'liiutered Mureli ill, 1UC1.
OFKICF. IS CITY NATIONAL HANK,
T NTKBKST paid on deposits March 1st and Sep.
teniher 1st. Interest not withdrawn Is added Ini-
uiedlalely to the principal of the deposits, thereby
Hiving litem vompuuuu luiercai.
tVClillilrentnil married women may ilepoalt
money inl no one fit ran drwlt
WALTKU HVSLOr, Thkaswikm.
GREAT OFFER FOR
HOLIDAYS ! ! !
Wo will during tho HOLIDAYS dispose of i
PIANOS aud OHtJANS at KXTHAOUOIN'AItV
LOW prices for cash, Splendid Ormnis.ll 85 seta
oi reeos, wo, a sets Willi hud Has and CmiDls.- 10.
8 set J.VI. 1 set $-KI, 1 set T Octave all Hosewoon
Pianos VJO. 718 do II4U. warranbwl fur HIH wh
Aormts Wanti. illuslrnled Catalogues Mailed.
Mnsle at half price. lloltAi.K WATKKS A HONS,
Maiiiifactuiers uud Dealers. 4U East I4lh St. N. Y.
WIIATKMI.MLNT ST. IMVIH PHYSICIANS SAY.
PiiKVKXTATtvie Of Mai.ahu. Colden'a t li,l,l'.
Kitrael of Ib'ef and Tonle Urlicoriitor Is a very
aireuahlu artlolu of diet, and particularly useful
wheu tolilca ara reoitlred. hi-In a UilersU'd uh,.u
oilier forms ofanlmal food aro njected. In Jli-
therla, A cue, Malarial Fever, Typhoid Kever. aud
every deprrsslnu disease. Its uhs will be aliended
with limit advautaiiu. Wo haw preacrllMid It with
excellent success: J. II. Leslie, M. I). ;0. II. Copp,
M. V.; H. B. Pratous, M. II.; It. A. Vauuhii, M. h.;
Ilrs. S. L. and J. C. Mdelet; Wm. Porter M. I).,
and inauy others. Sold by all Druggists aud Gro
Matthew Hale's New Ihsik.
1.10 proinliient persona men and women an
alysed. Sreel purl rails of A. T. (J'l'll'lVA W
Vasihiiiiii-t, Iknhtt, etc1 ' li j
I ue seussioio in iuu nrni,iin. irnw is ine ume ror
MiL'V'rCIo secure territory. A'ldrvsa for
' Tiil X ' s.:eniy tln ulurs and lerma,
American PiihllshluiiCo. tilt Itantlolpb St., CttleaKn
x. t tiiiinir mckboks
POSITIVELY Cl'PED. tho worst cases of the lonu
est standing, by tisini; DR. HKllllAltli r THff.
"NO Ill'MHCU." IT HAM CLIIKI) THOU'
HANDS. WII.I. CilVK fl.UUU FOH A CASK IT
WILL NOT UK NEWT. A sample bottle free U
all addresslnx J, K. I1 HULK K, Cbetnlit, OIBco
1,32b liroadway, New York.
lint thrvi.Kj ijnU-m snt tifHna i latUuf iW,
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on svsr slo. tloM s .11 iImI- h.i r... ...Js
trss. to C. A .scsjua 4 Co.. Utri. fsUrsan.
Cl t)A(k pwifltsoii'Jfldvs Investment of Clfiii
C1')UU WMtera I'nlon. Novembers. CI'"
ProHirtlunal reluriei every week ou clock options of
A). . .Vi. isi. . t:tu.
Ofllclal Hermrts and Circular", Krc. Address.
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AtiKNTS WANTKD - Kor the !! and fastest
sellliiK PlclorUI Monks and Rlhles. I'rlres re
duced SI p r ceul. Address Nat. Pub. Co.. I blcao.
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V o. vie
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Hudson. N Y.
( Mlved cards. Hnowllake. Damask. Jtt
alms, witn name,
Nassau. N . Y.
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Ml'Tl'AL AID HOT1CTY.
A snWTITl TK FOR LIFE IXSl'R
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society
Orttiiiilw il July l Vtli, 1B77, Vndrr tlm Uwaol
tliu Suite of Illltioi. CopyrlKlited July
9, 1877, miller Aft of I'ougTww.
WILLIAM STHATTON, PRamuasT.
Mils. P. A. TAYLOR, Vipb-Pwuiidwit.
J. A. OOLDSTINK, Tunaai-KKM.
Dn. J. J. OOHDON, Mud. Advihob.
THOMAS LEWIS, SttewfrABT.
BOARD OK MANAOEllS:
J, J. GORDON. Phvelclan Cairo, Ilia.
Mis. 1. A. TAYLOIl, Superintendent of
Schools, Alcitinder County.......
Mrs. K. C. V'tlKD. Variety ltracket Store,
J. A. OOLDSTINK, of (Joldsllno A Ku-
In Staple and Fancy Dry Oooda.
N. H. THISTLE WOOD, of Hlnklo A
Thlstlowmid, CuuiuilMslon Merchants,
Cotton and Tobacco Factors. .
8. 1). AYE1IS, of Ayera A Co., Commla- (
alnn Merchants ;
THOMAS LEWIS, lnaurance Manamr
and Attorney at Law VViTj
WM. STHATTON, of Stratum 4 Ulrd,
GKO. M. ALDKN, Commlsaloii Mer-
Chant, 78 Ohio Levee.................
JAS. S. KKAKDKN, Aaent Mississippi
Valley Transportation Comfiiuy . . . r. . . "
IIAHHISON HOUIT, Watchmaker and
CHAsl' H. 'sTUAnT. Who'lasalo and Ku'
tall Dry Oooda aud Notion ' "
KDWAHl) A. Dl'DKlt, Mantifacturlnir
Jeweler and Wholesale Dealer iu
Watchmakers' Tools and Matertala.... " "
tDWIN H. KONKW, Proprietor Bt,
Charles Hotel " "j
II AZKN LKiOHTON, Commission Mer
ehant " "
Dr, KDWAKl) H. HOK. L',,S. Marshal
Southern District Illluola,, Sprlupflrld, Ilia.
Mrs. 8.A. AYKKS ..Villa Kld(-e,
Dr. It. S. BKIOHAM, Physician.. Indianapolis, Ind
JAS. M. OKLATT, Heal KsUtt
Aiiont Keoknk, Iowa.
Rev. , DAVID C. WKLLS, Mnthodlct
MUitstcr Orand Junction, Tewn.
J, U. Ul'LLKY. Merchant Merldau, Hisa.