s4MM, AR)H, KTOt
W. W. THORNTON,
hmnds, v in now glass,
LATH JHTID LUMBBE
Office on Tenth St.,
IMWIMI CmmkM ud Waohlna-ton
4QINTS) lor Rock River Paper Company'
BhMtkinf Pall ud Quart Cement.
,. W. John' Improved Roofing always on
Wkdsesdat Mornino, Juke 14, 1871.
JOHN H. OBER1.Y, Enrroa and Fiiiiihii,
Tiiu or rat Dailt Umrmi
On ak, by tinier IS)
One laoBth. by mall 74
Three aMathf,..... 12 2
Bla aaeaiha....... 4 25
Oae year - . s co
TJ tfkimt Ptr ofMmmkr result ami of (At city of
..." , - , . li .... i I . .
1 ma tuofecti or tnrerta to
tubttctt of Mtrnt to tht public ;
Urn mHatt Um pafronagt of Mcltigtnt ttaUri and
THE DOLLAR WKEKLY 1IULLKTIN.
John H. Oberly a Co. hare reduced the nb
aorlption price of tbe Weekly Cairo Itulletin to
Out DoUar ptr annum, in lilting It the cheapest pa
ynbliehixt la8outhrn Illinois.
Ttir Jacksonville Sentinel bus tnken
the Vallandighaiu rhoot.
Jtvr. Davis talks, not because he
haa anything to say but because he has
a fate-like voice.
Thi Quincy Herald lingers by the
wyiii, and hesitates to take to the
1"' r 1
In the New Hampshire houfc of rep
resentatives, every officer, including the
sergeant-at-arms and door-keepers, are
TllE Richmond Enquirer slaps Jeff.
Davis on the mouth, Haying: "You
talk too much." The Whig strikes
him, and says: "Shut up."
. EVXM the Mobile Jieytitrr a paper
leaked with the virus of Bourbonism
kaa departed, and swallowed the three
amendments at ono fell swoop.
Thr poor old Slate, lleghtrr is among
the democratic departuristH. A few
years ago the dear dotard read Tiik
Bcr.LKTiNoutof the party for taking the
position that accomplished facts should
Thk New York papers say that a
company of promincut capitalists, with
Cyrus W. Field at the head, proposes
to lay a BUbmarme cable connecting
South America, San Domingo and the
Weat India Islands with the United
President Gbant rent a letter to
the Morse statue committee regretting
bis inability to be present at the un
veiling ceremonies. If the committee
kad invited him to be present at a hone
race, he would have sent no letter of
declination. He would have been pres
ent But doing honor to merit not in
a hone is, in the president's eiroation,
a useless waste of time.
FsiD. QUANT, son of old Useless,
haa been betrothed to the English prin
was, Beatrice so a New York tele
gram eajs. We believe this to be a
ridiealoua canard ; bat, so many just as
wonderful eveota bare happened of late
jean, we would not be astonished if it
proved to be a true report. The pre
Meat ape the mannen of royalty, and
the marriage of hia son with the royal
daily of Saglaud would be altogether
proper ia Ma opinion; aud all the
latteriag felt owa who do the ayco
phaatie baalaeaa aroaad the presiden
tial tkrote, would declare the nuptials
Jtatt Mm ehiag, while the lady cour
ttm wiM iif1. aid say: '8o nice!",
TIIK OAIHO AND V1N0KNNK3 K.E.
The extract from a letter lately written
by lloraco Greeley, published this
morning in nnotltcr column of Tltr.
Hri.i.KTiN, inav call to the roiuds oi
the lukc-wartn friends and open and
untler-lho-bush enemies of the 'Cairo
and Vincentie railroad an appreciation
of the impnrtancc of that railroad to
The "International" road, of Texas,
will b" an accomplished fact before
next May, and in a short time thereaf
tor the cam will be rushing over the
Cairo and Fulton road along its entire
length. Thin will give to Cairo the
command of the great cattle market of
Texas ; and, when the Cairo and Vin-
cenne? railroad shall have been com-
jileteu, will inane mis city tne gateway
through which will pour into Texas a
great flood of emigrants from Europe
and the Eastern states of the union
where now poverty sows in rags and
reaps in tattcrn. Here, too in Cairo
will most of the business between
Texas and the great states
north of us be transacted and
millions of dollars be left in the
coffers of our merchants and mechanics.
Indeed, we cannot trust ourself to at
tempt to picture the prosperity which,
in our oninion. would result to Cairo
by the opening of a grand thorough
fare from the heart of Texas through
this city to the commercial metropolis
ofthecountry. If we did, wo might be
accused of hyperbole ; but we submit the
matter to the thoughtful consideration
of our fellow-citizens, satisfied that the
most apathctio among them will at once
see that nuch a thoroughfare would
make Cairo a great city. Lot us, then
secure the Cairo and Vincenncs road
now that wemay, and, by doing bo, add
the most important link to that thor
oughfarc, and thus assure to our city the
prosperity we long for and the great
ness which her geographical position
proclaims she should possess.
A WOKD FOR JKFF. DAVIS.
(Extract from Jeff. Davl' AllautaBpl.J
"In conclusion. let me Mure vou that I
prefer a ditcuuion of tbe life insurance
businoss to a discussion of politics, and
that it will afford me pleasure to insure the
lifo of every man present and guarantee
to him an hundred years of existence."
The Atlanta aspeech of Mr. Jefferson
Davis has created a great deal of com
ment in every prat of the country, and
democrats and republicans alike have
denounced it as the utterance of indis
cretion not to say of foolishness. We
cannot asseut to this denunciation. It
is unjust, and the men who
indulge in it know little of
M r. Davis' character. To appreciate
the speech we must look at the sur
roundings of the speaker. He is no
longer a public man on whose words
the destinies of a nation may depend,
but a plain, simple businoss man, driv
iag the life insurance " trade" with en
crgy and tact. He visited Georgia in
his capacity of life insurance agent, and
made the .speech complained of in the
interest of his company. He did just
what the soup vender aud the wizard oil
man do every day in our streets. He
trot together a large crowd of people,
entertained them with a few oratorieal i
flightc, aud then invited them to in
sure in his company. "The American
'eagle is the proud bird of the clouds,"
'exclaims tho Wizard-oil man; "he
' soar aud soars and soars, but ho cau't
' compare with this healing ile, which
1 1 now offer you at tho low price of
1 twentv-five cents a vial. " 1 Will
' accept nothing," exclaim Jeff Davis ;
" and he is a poltroin who talks about
' accomplished facts, but if my friends
' who are now listening to me will per-
' mit, I shall be most happy to insure
their invaluable lives." Could
anything be more uuique?
And yet the soft-soap, wizard-oil, please
insure-ynur-lifu speech of the president
of u life insurance company has been
magnified into political significance
We cannot doubt that, if Mr. Davis
went out of the life insurance busi
ne.-s into the side-show profession, he
would be followed by reporters from
one town to nuotlier ; all his eulogies
of the fine points of the polar bear aud
comuliuc. of the five-legged sheep be
construed into uu attempt to create
another rebellion, and cuch sentenco of
his speeches be held up as conclusive
evidence that the southern people
should be kept under the heel of mili
tary power und the government retained
in the hands of the republican party,
ho, that is calm, can endorse this un
just crusade? We protest that Mr,
Davis, who is uow old and somewhat
garrulous, should be allowed to drive
his life insurance business in hit own
way. II 9 haa a right to do 10 under
tho constitution as it is, with all the
amendments from the first to the fif
Madame 1'srepa Rosa ii expected in
this country next month.
Senator Sumner has declined to deliv
er the opening address at the St. Louis
Mrs. Myra Clark Gaines has another
quarrel with tbo city of New Orleans about
President Grant has decided to trutke
a trip to tbe Pacific coast about the middle
of August. lie will be Cooorapanled by
Rov. Ltidwig Fink, of St. Joiephs
THE CAIRO DAILY
Church, Chicago, hu been comocrated as
bishop In partlbus and coadjutor to Bish
op Mleye, vicar apoitolle or Kansas.
Lady Polttsaora, t a recent drawing
room 'recaption .of uecn Victoria at
Buckingham palace, wore the vail worn by
Maria Antoinette on tha occaiion of her
marriage to Louis XVI. It I a magnifi
cent point d'Alencon.
Seventeen year locusts have made
tholr appearance Id some parts of Iowa.
An Italian who has been bogging in
St. Louis is worth twenty thouiand dol
Thera is a great demand for harvest
hands' throughout the southern and cen
tral portions of this state,
Jasper, cornelian, moss-agato, me-
thjrsls, garnets and chalcodony, are found
in abundance in Nevada.
On July lit, the rates on cable dli-
patclie are to be advanced to $1 00 per
word for pens, general and commercial
newa, end to 2 00 per word for public
anu pren cipner menage.
(Vtoka aad Magauaea.)
A new edition of Agf.es Strickland'a
"Queeos of England" has Just beeu pub'
Marlon Harland, tho popular author
of " Alone," 11 Nemesis," and other novels,
has compiled a book of receipts and gen
eral directions for houiekeeptng, nigniy
pokon of by the pren.
It has been discovered that Hacklard's
famous fairy tain were not original pro
ductions, as the author claimed, but trans
lations from tho work of an obscure Ital
ian author named Cevalll, who died in the
year 1605, at Mlland.
Dr. Mary Walker has Juit published
a book entitled "Hit." and In the prefaco
accounts for the crude appearance of the
work by saying that If sho were to delay
lta publieatioa longer to Improve It
" thousands of women would suffer agonies
in the waiting.'
Tbe American Odd-Fellow for June
la ono of the beat numbers ever Issued. It
contains eighty pages of Interesting and
instructive reading matter.. A Noble Re
turn, a story of changed fortunes ; The
Young Bride; Notes of Travel lllustri
ated) ; Loiter from England ; Life.on the
Great Plains ; Humors of the day ; Odd
Francies; Uniform for the Patriarchs;
Depatroents for the Homo Circle; Ac
counts of the Fifty-second Anniversary
Celebrations ; Extensive Correspondence,
etc, etc. Published by the A. O, F. As
sociation, No. 96 Nassau street,New-York.
$2.60 per year.
Advance orders for Mrs. Alcott'a new
book, "Little Men," already exceed '20,
000 copies, and the book is likely to rival
even " Little Woeaen " ia popularity. The
peculiar system of education which la Illus
trated In Its pages is understood' to be the
same as practised in the Alcott household
during the author's juvenetcencf . ' Alcott
pert, now famous as a conversationist, was,
many years ago, a teacher, and on one
occaslou punished a mlsdttneantng boy by
compelling him to ferule bis teacher. A
similar reversal of the usual order of ped
agogical discipline is described in "Little
Scrlbner's Monthly fur July is fully
equal to its predecessors. J. T. Headly
leads off with a splendidly illustrated ar
ticlo on "Phlladoiphla." Mr. W. H.
Hal lock's 'Saints in Japan" gives much
valuablo information concerning that
marvollous island. The most important
en ay in tbe present number ia Horace
Busbnell's able discussion of "Fieo Trade
and Protection," ia which this distin
guished writer and thinker' presents what
soeras to be a very common-sense and
Judicious view' of a mucb-rnooted question.
Mlu Louisa Busline!! follows her father
with a charming account of a "Fete-day
st Melmatsop," which will be read
with peculiar Interest at this
time. -A most curious article is R. W.
Wright's "Samson's Riddle Solved tbo
Lion-cup vrrsiu tho Lion-cup," by which
the learned writor appears actually to
havo discovered tbe solution of Samson's
celebrated riddle, which has puxaled tbo
world for three, thousand years. The" Plea
far Chinese labor" Is timely and sonsible,
and "back-Log Studies," by Charles Dud
ley Warner, (author ofAy Summer in a
Qarden, is one of tho mott witty, thought
ful, and suggestive papers of the writers
of tho geuerHtion nearest to Charles
Lamb. In the story element, this num
bitr is particularly strong. First, there
is MacDonald's grandly beautiful Wilfrid
Cumbermede; then wo huro a capital
Fourth of July story, "Tho Gunpowder
Plot;" a tale by Julia C. R. Door,,with tho
taking titlo of My Husband's First
Lovo;" and''Edson's Mothur," a quaint
storv by Susan toolidgc. The
editorial departments aro as uausl
very readable. Tho "Etchings" consist of
another clover poem by ilakor, "Up tbe
Aisle," with exquisite illustrations by MIjj
Ledyard, boing a sequel to "Love's Young
Dream,1' and closing a number of Scrlb
ner's which will form delightful reading
for the summer days. Scribner & Co.,
New-York, $3 a year.
(Kroji Tli Joonbuio Gazette.
Twin Brothers, James A John Kerr,
were born in the year 1798, boing 78 years
of ago on the 8th inst. (to-day) Both
havo raised largo fauilUs. John hss
live sons aud five daughters, ell
!l.Tlnf ,.Btv,.r. ,hTi.n d"t0 In
his family. He hu beta married 51
years. These brothers and tbeir families
all reside in the vicinity of Cobdsn, and
attended the same church on last Sunday,
Both hs-e belonged to the M. . Church
for tbe last 54 years. The wife of John
Kerr Is evor 73 years of age. These br.
then are farmers of this county. John
raised thiee hundred bushels of corn latt
year with his own labor.
Soldiers are advised not to sail r
part with their dlscfaare-ea. which ar in
active demand ia tbe west. The naw.law
of Congress so modifies tho requirements
of the homestead act that a soldier tor sailor
who served ninety days or more during
the rebellion may deduct his term of en
llstment from the Ave years' settlement
nuneno required to perreet Ms title, rcr
instance, if be seived three years in the
army or navy, he may acquire a full title
v a quarter section oi laaa fcv a teetaasvaa
of two years. Thera is evldeae the the
shark are piassarini to wring dlsbosevt
lortunei out oi toe law. -
CAIRO AND TEXAS.
HORACE ORRELKY ON THE "IN
TERNATIONAL " RAILROAD.
WHAT UK THINKS ABOUT IT TUX KKART
If TEXAS TO BR BROUGHT WITHIN FOUR
DAt'H TRAVEL OF NKW-YORK, VIA
Mr. Horace Grcoley Is now writing let
ters to the Now-York Tribune giving his
imprtnloni of Texsi, In which state he
hu lately been sojourning. In the Tri
bune of tho 6th lust, threo of hli letters
are publtihcd, In which ho pronounces
Texas water "bad;' the roaas aino;
potnts to a great deficiency of railroads,
ud five thouiand square miles of coal
beds lying practically useless; says that
the people buy flour from Minnesota, pine
from Loulnana and Florida, hams from
Ohio, and butter from New-York,
ate., and then dechrcs that rail-
roadi will revolutionize tho social
and builnon condition of the
state. On tho subject of railroads, hoaayi,
tho commonwealth is arouied, and he then
enumerates the entorprlics of this kind
that aro being rapidly pushed forward to
wards completion. He then says :
But the most ImDortant and effectivo
single line of railroad in tho state is tho
"international." wblob connect! at Juilon.
Arkansas, on her northeastern border, with
one from Cairo, III- and thus with Chica
go and New York, running diagonally
tnrougn Texas rrom nortneast to south
west, crossing tho Southern Pacific and the
"Great Northern" near Tyler, tbe "Texas
Central" at Hoarne, and thence pushing
straight for Austin, tho capital, and thence
to san Antonio, ana so on to me xuo
Qrando not far from Loredo. This road,
though begun last Kovomber at H earn a
where it crosses tho "Texas Central," and
Impeded by' the necessity or importing
corn at a cost of $2.10 per buthel and bay
at SBo per ton, tor lis oxon ana muicr, nai
Wn nuihed nirht vigorously in either di
rectlon, ana win nave crosica oom tiiu
Urazos and (Joiorauo, anu rcacneu auiuu
on the ono hand, tho Trinity on tho other
by noxt May. Two years henco It will
navo Deen compicioa irora ruuuu iu amu
Antonio 1400), ana win tnon nave nrougnv
the heart of this stato within four davi'
iravtl of the Commercial Emporium, whero
it will be known as one of the most judi
cious and successful railway enterprises
ver ntanned. It will carrv moro bcof
cattle than any road on tho globe, and it
will bring into Texas moro Immigrants
than railroad ever carriod Into any state
HOW AN INDlANAroUS OROCKR IIXCAMF. A
rrom th ladlanapo'ls Sentinel.
Honry W. Caldwell, the well known
formor Indiana avenuo commission mer
chant, residing at No- 175 West Michigan
street, has just turnod a page in the chap
ter of his history that seems more like fic
tion sober truth. i.ate n tne soventeentn
century, his great-grandfathor came to
this country and settled in New York
state, and purchased In what is now the
neart or tne city oi ew x ora oigm acres
of land, upon which he built a mill. On
tho occupation of tbe city, be was. driven
out and the mill taken possession of by
the British soldiery. Afterward he leased
the property, and moved Into New Jersey.
This real estate since that time has been
transferred time and again, but always by
lease, inasmuch as a clear title could not
have been glvon. Mr. Caldwell's ances
tors seam to havo neglected their interests,
and in course of time to have forgotten
all about it. Some threo years
since tho Indianapolis Caldwell
discovered a clue that finally
led to tbe establishment of his claim as
one of tbo Ugal heirs to that property.
With his customary tact and perseve
rance be set to work to nather up what
evidence was necossary, and so succesful
was the search that last week he started
for New York city with all the material
to make his title eood. Upon arrival
there he laid bis claim before some influen
tial lawyers, and through them a proposi
tion was made to tho holders of this
estato Vanderbllt, one of the Astors, and
others to glvo them a quit claim to his
interest for $1,000,000, Thli proposition
was taken under advisement by them,
aad Mr. Caldwell thereupon startod for
home. By tbe time ho arrived at N lagara
Falls, a telegram was received here by
nia wire irom tne new xorx parties
accepting tne lerint proposed, inn was
forwarded to Mr. Caldwell, who returned
toricw xorx, mado over a quit claim,
received tbe money, and now holds certifi
cate of deposits fur $1,000,000 in somoof
tne national oanics ortnatcity.
tT Tho Pike Ccuily Demccrat gives
a isnetny anu interesting account of a re
cent visit made by Mr. Bush, tho editor,
and James L. Erwln, Esq., to the mam'
moth cavo discovered a few months ago
on mo itno oi tne rtKO county ttaiiroad.
Tho mouth of tho cave was discovered by
some nana wno were Dinning rocK ror
culverts. Mr. Bush describes it as con
taining severul lakes and many wonderful
curiotltlff. They pentratod 6M feet, tho
cavo Is attracting many visitor.
19 Two little school girls woro latoly
prattling together, and ono of thorn said,
"We keep four servant, havo got six
horses and lots of carriages; now what
have you got?' With quito as much prldo
the other answered, o have got n skunk
under our barn.'
ajsjr-Tuko tbo selfishness out of this
world and tbero would bo moro happiness
than we should know what to do with.
SMSTSI ANB BJHOEa.
HOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
BtwQ WanbiDgton Arrnue wi.l Hoplsr Street,
Bools and Bhn Mad to Ordtr,
k'ia Wcrkmtn Employd.
Satisfaction Warrant J.
CITY SHOK STORK
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
on aaivci ijk
BOOTS AND SHOES
Ceea t rUtA veeasaa. Censer Back Ik
ATICULAB ATTa-NYION V-AID TO ALL OS
iiias roa booi'skiris anp uok.
JUNE 14, 1871.
LADIES, TAKE NOTICE!
r.InllTH STRIRT, BKTWKKN WASHINOTO.V
AND C0MM1CRC1AI. AVKNUF.",
Hon Juit raeelre a full and nplfnll.l line of
SILK G A LOON,
SILK AND VELVET BUTTONS,
PLUSH AND TRIMMING VELVET,
HATS AND BONNETS,
PINE KID GLOVES, -
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES,
And a full and complete iteek of
Millinery and Fancy Good,
All of which she repof to dl at
TIIK VK.KT LOWF.ST CANU 1'RirK.t.
MRS. M. 8WANDBU,
DEALER IN MILLINERY
LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS,
t'oMaatrtJatl Awnur, stpoalte r.lllott
m May skeins Vi
CLOTHING FOR LADIES' WEAR
Marie to order, or Iteadylfade.
A full assortment of Mlssos'
W. O. CARY,
SALES ROOM, No. 13 SIXTH STREET
' WMkltKts-iv.aMil 1lth-l.
l.lreriKHil, NewVurk and Fliilu IflphU
fNIHB CNTACt ITU V.MTID UtAtr H BHIIKII
For CrrylnK the Mall.
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
01 tl'kTHCS IXrotMlTION
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aot.,
I Jo Broadway, New York, or to
H. lis SB l,
M Washington Arenne, Cairo, IIIIuoIk.
FOR SALE, 1 ForB.je f FOR SALE,
' iKcrBalel '
FOR SALE. J KorHlel FOR SALE.
Faro from Livkkfool,
Fare from Loypo.vDKitKT,
Fare from Glahoow,
Fare from Quef.nstown
SarTord, Morrl a Candee, Agent.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
1 1. 1. mailt
A'o, keep coBiltallr on hand a most ooiu
pleU stock of
Ht'OTKn AMD IRISH WIIIBKIItS,
Port, Madorla, Sherry and Catawba Wlnoi
B8MVTU a CO. U iolulTly for cab, to
wtitah. tact thr tarlte trie aiiMelal tto-
nwa 9i ciau uariaia buyars.
Bp refill a(frnr7on5rrn to Filling Orders.
L ill l,
C v w S I M aBaaaV
Tf. 11. MORRIS,
II. H. CANDKE
No. Pub. und U. B. Com.
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK,
XTHl, HARTFORD, .
AU ....'......"..'......tA.aO.S0l 7
XORTII AMKRICA, 1-A-
AMfl'.- 2,73,000 (
HARTFORD, CO UN,
riKKNIX, HARTFORD, WK
At 1,7Sl,t4S 80
INTERNATIONAL, -f. Y-l
Anel t,xM,ws 17
Anel MS,I i
AMXR1CAN Cr.MTHAI., MO.,
Aet. WVliO (
OONNECTlCUTi MUTUAL LIFK,
Asset J0,X),(l (ri
TKAVKLUR's, HARTFOni), LIFK AND
Aseel lVW.O") tio
nAILWAT FASSENQERS' ASHURANUK
A.'iets ;i,in 00
SAFFORD, MORRIS & CANDEE,
71 Okto Ive.
City National llnnk,
FIRE AND MARINE
NIAGARA, N. Y.,
At ii,t.".e,m M
IKRMANI A, N. V.,
At l.fVA.rJI 78
HANfiVKR, N. T.,
Aiet TJI.Sfii (O
RKITHLIt', N. V.,
Comprisin: the Underwriters Agency.
YONKKRs, N. T.,
Aet W,1W !CI
fireuenV vund, s. rn
AMeU : 67S,l li
SECURITY, N. Y. VARINK,
At.. :,4,n,Kt co
CTORK. Iiaellins. Furniture. Hull and Car
O Coe, insured at rate a favorable a aonnd
ixrmaneni security win warrant.
I resrwctlully aik or the cititeo of Cairo,
hare n their patronue.
. n. nvonrjt.
tf OtTice At First National Dank.
JO A I. AMD WOOD.
W.OOD AND COAL
IJ M. WARD Is prepared to deliver the be
a . run noon una Bione tiOai
IN ANY PART OK THK CITr.
And in any ijusntity deird, on short notice,
COAL DELIVERED at 34.50 kf.k ton.
OFFICF-OTr llt.rwart, Orth A Co store,
two door abote the corner ofKignth street and
Coanmereial avenue. ilecfll
CAIRO CITY COAL
Is prepared to Mipply ciutomen with the best
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDER? Uft at llallldar Ilroa. oBice, 70 OHIO
I.EVEK, or at the Coal Tard below tha St.
Charle Hotel, will receive prompt attention.
THE TIKI 'MONTAUK'' wlllbriogcoal aloni
id steamer at any hour. ociJtf
LAND FOR THE LANDLESS
HOMES FOR THE IIOMELESS
ONLY $1.25 fKR ACBK.
FOR ACTUAL SETTLERS.
TASK THK CAB OF TMr
I.KAVX.VWORTU, I.AWRltNOK AND OAI.VKFJ
TON K. R. LINK
From Lawrence and Kan City aud wtait the eel
braled Osay country,
Thk Gardkn Si-ot ok Kansas.
rOVMBKT AMD MACHIHB sjaflor.
I. & E. GREENWALD.
FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP
STEAM ENGINES, BOILERS,
Corrxa and Shkt Iron Work.
No. 248 East Pearl Street,
COMHINdlON AND FORWARSJIKtl.
CLOSE"' & VINCENT,"
DBA1EES I IT X-IlB
CP.MK.NT, J'l.A.HTKIt P.tHIH,
MILLER & PARKER,
Dr.ALKItS IN FI.Ol'R, CORN.
Oats, J lay, etc.
r.s Ohio Lkvf.k, CAIRO, ILLS.
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