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JOHN H. OBERLY & CO., PROPRIETORS.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1871.
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASHINGTON AVE.
II. SMYTH & CO.,
OHIO L E V K E ,
J A I K O . II.IilNOIH.
Also, keep constantly on hand n Inoit com
plete stock uf
SCOTCH AND IRIFll WIIIHKIKtt
-0 I N H,
Port, Madcrla, Sherry iind Catawba "Wines
RBMVTlt CO. aril exclusively for oa.h.lo
. which fact titer Invito tho i-ppi-clal atttn
lioa t cos Iwrfcsm btiyers,
Special ailtntion yhtn to Filling Ortltrt
HOOTN AND NIIOK.
BOOT AND SlIOK MAKER,
Between Washington Arcnuo and l'u.lr Street,
ti0ti ead Bhnti Mule to Order,
FIdi Workmen Employed.
C1TV SHOE STORE
HOOP SKIltT FACTORY
Mtr mci ro
BOOTS AND Sno'KH
CMiaierctal A vena?, crnrf Klsrlitb
TAHTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO ALL OR-
DIRS TOR nOOPBKIRTV AND SHOES.
BILLIARD SALOON AND DA It
JOHN UATKW, Proprietor.
M Commercial Avenue, CAIRO, 1I.L1N0IH
Beet brand ot CalifornlaClttars just received,
sILLIAIU) mloon tarnished with the lst ol
... i . . i i . i i . ! . .. :
-A. 2& P L E BOOMS,
Cor. s?oarteth tit. and Com
with pure Imported wines, liquors and cliur.
iniiM tivt.avtv (itirwtv
1 1 i-piiiii lie nnnnra. itr. .rp.. anil irnpriinL
Havana always od band. Those desiring de-
era. All their fiiti will te attend to in a mm-
ne ud cigars have been selected with great
KEAL, EHTATE AUEJ.T.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
EAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (SECOND FLOOR) OHIO LEVEE,
Buy and Sell Real Estate,
ItNlSll AUSiitAtJXO Ut TliliJ".
Ax I prepare Conveyances of Kinds.
OROCI ll E B ,
mo Lxvxk, : : t : t : OAino, III.
ostuas raOMFTLi rintp;
O. D. WIELIAMSON.
N. 76 Ohio Levee,
PUBLIC NOTICE. , ,
treat, William l. nurse ana nosanna iiurno
Ife, did on the 22d day of June, A. I. ISM,
it their certain mortffagoor deed ol trust
nm N. Ilavnlato secure carta n natea there-
ntionod, which deed of trust was duly ao.
ledged and recorded In book )!)', jiaKcaaa3(
iuols. And whereas, default haa been made
i payment of said notes. Mow. therefore,
ordance with tbe provisions of said deed
I Via nnri thAr-ln nntitAlno,! 1
a rrldar. the 1st da; of Hentember, A.i),
a the froat door of the court house or Al
ler county, BUte ol Illinois, at 0 o'olock of
y proceed to sen me luiigwinj; ueicrtueu
rty, situate lying in the tlty of Cairo, to-wlt:
numbered seventeen (17). eighteen (18),
ten (19) Inbloekfifly-lour (Mj.a the same
imrxl In ba Dlatted and recorded br Messrs.
r ana imiin, ins eaiue vein ucscnueu in
eed ot trust, foreash In hand to the highest
. and win execute to tne purennser or imr
KLliuAnK lit V, HAIKU., .
Admialslratrii for Ishnm N. llatnle.
im,im, IrSO-tOtU. '
lleinrlHl riirrllly for the C'nlro IIul
Iclln. Ten liottrn in ntlvnneo at Ht,
l.otil iner. "
CIIIEF-JUSTICE "SMOTE" ON
THE COOLIE TRADE.
MAYOR HALL AND THE ITAL
I, IAN PROCESSION.
THE EMPRESS EUGENIE ON
YOUNG LADY KILLED BY A
KILLED II T A KALI..
Nkw- oitK, Auguit 7. Early on Sun
day tnornini; a German girl, tixtocn yean
of age, while in a somnainbuliitlo lit,
walked or fell from tbo attic of hor rcsi
denco on Eatt Droadway and on itriklng
tbo pavement was instantly killed.
Tbo National Uazette tayt, In an nrtlclo
on tlio Weittlcld catastrophe, that they
ball Biktho coroner to take tbo tcitlmony
of tho gentleman who refuted the certifi
cate to tho boiler of the "Vctfield not two
years ago, and who told Jacob II. Vandor
Lilt that If ho did not obtain a competent
snperinlendcnt, some terrible accident
would befall bis boat.
. MAYOR HALL AND TI1K ITALIANS.
The Italian general commltteo have re
ceived a communication from Mayor Hall
doclining to review tbo Italian procession.
Tbo Mayor says his rctuial is from rea
sons arising out of hLs late official action
respecting streot processions, and that ho
may be compelled hereafter to declino re
viewing all civic processions. Tbo com
mittee, at a meeting to bo held to-night,
will mako arrangements for tbo celebra
tion. THE COOLIK TIUDB.
A Washington special says the, question
of supprcMing the coolie trade is possibly
to have judicial solution.
Chief JusticeSmotc,atIIoug Kong, has
been applied to for a writ of habeas
corpus to sot at liberty Cbineso coolie,
Notnub Kwolr, and Ausang, who bad been
arrested for mutiny on high icas and for
murdering tbo captain and certain mem
bers of the crew of the chip Penelope.
After hearing n long and able argument,
thbtcbief-juitice ordered thoraloaioof tbo
prisonors. at tho same time going beyond
tho questions strictly involved In tho case.
Tho chief-justice decided that tho cool I o
trade was a slave trade and tbut vessels
engaged in it are carrying on piracy; tbat
tho "coolies woro not l'iablo to punishment
for using any rneuns whatever to gain
their freedom, and that thoir soizlng tbe
vessel and killlrt tho crew if necessary to
that end was justified.
Tho English law if this is pronounced
good law in England, and it Is believed it
may be tho intno view will bo taken by
France, the United States and tbcOerman
If tbe coolie trade is slave trade and
piracy, it cun bo swept from tho seas in a
few mon'hs and more ctlectually than tlio
African slave trade, nnd by tho tamo
EMI-REUS EUGENIE ON TROCHU.
Tho Herald publishes n private 'letter
from the Empress Eugcuie, dated Chisel
hurst, Juno 27, upon Trochu'e character,
and which animadvorts upon him with
severity for his defence of tno Fronch As
sembly. She says ho betrayed tho repub
lic and was equally falsa to tho empire,
and charges him with having known tho
plans of tbo revolutionists of September
4, which frustratod tbo intervention to
which certain powers would have been
THE LATE EXPLOSION.
Commodoro J. II. Viong, an inspector
of tho liiht bouso, tost I fled at the inre'sti
cation of tbo "Wcsttleld this morning that
when in tho Staten Island forryboat three
weoks ago ho noticed llvo minutes beforo
starting that the steam was rising and no
ono present to look after it, and he informed
onoof tho hands to look out or they would
l.-OA n .in l)nl4 mit..A-
gauge-maker, went to Staton Island on tbo
Wcstfleld tbo Sunday boforo the explosion.
Fivo minutes beforo starting ho saw no"
ono in tlio engine room, and tho steam
gauge indicated nearly '29 J pounds pros-
THE ENGINEER AND FIREM'AN
DEATH OF CAPT, JOHN B..WEA-
, . i ,. , tfw n'
St. Louis.. AiiL'ust 7. About 2 o'clock
this morning tbo boiler la tbo Union flour
ing mill of II, CYneger &.Cd,at tbo
foot of Florida street, exploded with' ter
rillo foreo, instantly k'.llinp John Scott.
encineer, nnd James P. Jones, llroaian,
ana blowinc out tho entira east end of the
building'. Fragmontaof tbo boiler, woro,
niruwii iium n uunriur to nail a mi0 trom
ttios scene of disas'or. Tho' oxnloaion' ii
accounted for as follows: A small amount
of water was being heated to raiso 1,9am.,
Fragments of timber woro thrown in over'
direction! The loss is estimated at from
110,000 to 12,000.
DEATH QY J.'AVT..JOIUC 11..WEA.VJCS
Capt. John B. Weavor. ,promlnontly
indentlfled wittl tho tho steamboat Intoront
of thfa'clty for tho pas,t twonty-llvo years,,
nnd ono of tho lessees ot tho Liodoll Hotoi,
when it burned, dlea yesteruay, ngea pj.
SCHOONER JENNIE MULLEN
' 6Weoo. Aucust 7. Tho schooner Jen
nln Mullon from Toledo, loaded, . with
whoat, went ashoro nlno miles aboyo, hero,
Saturday, prooauiy 10101 iobs.
THE FENIAN AMNESTY MEET
ING BROKEN UP.
A GREAT RIOT THE RESULT
THE POLICE AND THE PEOPLE
FORTY-SEVEN PERSONS KILL
ED AND WOUNDED.
HOUSES STONED FOKSnOWINO
THE ROYAL FLAG.
Oil EAT ItlOT IN DUIILIN.
LoNDON.Angmt C -A reat riot oc
curred in Dublin to-day. Tho board of
works prohibited tbo propotod Fenian am
nesty meeting, orgnnirod by Smyth, a
mcmborfrom West Mcath: Sullivan, edi
tor of tho Irish Nation ; and O'Brien, edi
tor of tbo Irishman.
Notwithstanding the order of tho board
of works, at four o'clock In tho afternoon
vast crowds of mop, women and childron
assembled around Wellington monument
in l'hfcnix park, nbout thrco hundred
yards from Ico Royal Lodge, where tbo
royal party woro staying.
A largo forco of policcrrcn woro hold in
reserve. The procession was formed with
Smyth, Sullivan and Nolan. Five hun
dred men wearing green urrlvcd on tho
ground when Smyth mounted the monu
OPENED TnE MEETING.
As tho superintendent of police ad
vanced the people groaned and biased, and
the superintendent, who showed a deter
mination to break up tbo mooting, was
knocked down. Then the police rushed
up and a
ensued. Tbo officers drow their arms and
FELLED THE PEOPLE JIT B00KK8.
As tbe conflict became hotter, stones were
thrown and sticks flyed by tbo mob, and
women and children tratupelled under
lasted .half an hour.
. TOETr-HE VEX .PERSONS
are known to havo been wounded, many
of them seriously. Smyth, Sulllvao and
Nolan, wore badly hurt, and many police
men received truues.
re full of the wounded. Tbero is
throughout the city.
The Dolico wcro attacked roncatcdlv.but.
eventually, order was restored.
of tho military aro to bo prosecuted. Dur
wero prepared but woro not called out. 1
Tho fighting extended all tbo longth of
tho Quay. Every window showing a
FLAO IN HONOR OF LOYALTY
A number of tbo members of tho
FLU8UINO YACHT CLUD
including tbe District Attorney of Surra
gate, tho troasurer'of Queens county, and
other prominent citizens, yeitorday, om
barked on tbo yacht Long willon for a
pleasure cruise. Tbe yacht struck a sub
merged stake and went down at what is
LITTLE HAY BIDE.
Tho party narrowly escaped.
Great excitement prevailed, tho Flush
ing disaster boing reported greater than it
HEADY FOR HEA.
Tho Standard of to-day says that tbo
French iron-clad war steamer, " Magenta
Maguargio Kevouche," has been got ready
for sea, in view of poesiblo complica
tions in tbo east.
continuo in portions of Franco now occu
pied by tho Germans. A Prussian subject
caving ooen nangeu, a uay or two stneo, at
Polagney, in tbo department of tho Jura,
a riot followed, in which tho German sol
diers wounded about twenty citizens, and
then threatened to burn tho place.
Quiet was restored, and tbo authorities
promised to cause tho arrest of tho offen
is about to romovo his official residence to
ALL QUIET IN DUBLIN.
A dispatch from Dublin, to-day, says
that tho city Is nulet. Sovoral places vis
ited by tho royal party wero gutted on
Sunday by tho mob. The hospita's aro full
Ashbury's now yacht,
disappointed tho owner in Inr lato con
tests, and sho will not como to Amorica to
compete lor tuo quoon's cup. xno " cam-
orm win do rcuiiou 10 ioko nor piace.
Idaho, from Now-York, and Peruvian,
from Quebec, toucbod at Quccnttown to
Tho cltv la almost desoited in consc
ience of Ihe'rr sular-oank holidays.
A COLDTBL'OODED murder,
I .'if It.. I' ' "" '
. 1 1 ' '
AN BX-POLICEMAN SHOOTS
' mWh mi I
MURDER AT BLEDSOE'S LAND-
1 Trn tit." A va A 0
,TUU UUkbMR AT MKMl'lilH.
Memphis. Aucust 7. A deliberate mux-
dor was committed in the southern por
tion of tbe city yesterday. Nat. Reeves,
au ox-nbliooraam bocominc iealous of
n colored boy turned Dick. Johnson, who
was his 'rival in' tho affections of a do
bauched Svoman, seeing Johnson driving
some cows, dppreachod Him and drawing a
revolver 11 rod llvo shots, two of which
took effect causing his death. Reovcs
Hod and has not yet bcon.atroslod.
VlrfltDEK AT BLEDSOE'S LANDING.
A negro named. Frank Dry war shot
and klllod at Bledsoe's landing, Arkansas,
on Saturday, by 'a. man na'mod Adams.
Dry had drawn a pistol on Adams when
tho latUr fired killing him Instantly.
THE ELECTION YESTERDAY
Louisville, Ky., August 7. Tho elec
tion In till, rttv trwUv ahows a heavy re
publican gain. Tho roturns from 27 out of
Jority of 87. Ho is probably 300 ahead In
tno wnoio city, xno voio an
flth and 7lh wards stood 470 for Leslie,
and 52 1 for Harlan.
Bowlin'o Ork'ev, Ky., August 7. Tho
Hi rln.Vw! nl nnnn until 2 o'clock ! Lcilio.
nn llnrlan. nRS. Tho roDublicans aro
greatly aisappointcj, aa tuoy uxpccieu
Bowling Oreen precinct to go 300 major
ity for Harlan. Tho county will glvo
Lesllo aomo 800 majority.
Bp art A, Ky., Augujt 7. The stato vole
of Sparta district was as follows : LHie,
48; Harlan, 11.
Walton, Ky., August 7. In Walton
precinct Lesllej received 101 ballots ; Har
lan, 40; Carlislo, 103; Thomas. 41; Rod
man, 00 , Smith, Tato, Henderson nnd
Grant, 07 each; Brown, Ruppen, Stopel;
Fry, Moborly, and McOIeary, 40 each j
Fish, 88 j Bakor, 43.
Laqranoe, August 7. Tho following
list of votes was catt in Lagrango precinct:
Lcilio 100, Harlan 110; Carlisle l'JO
, - .
Thomas 107; Rodman 193, Brown 107,
Smith 190, Krlppenstaplo 107; Tnto 100,
Fry 107; Henderson 100, Prat' 107; Grant
IS'J, McUlcary luv.
Campiiellsburo. Aueust 7. Tho fol
lowing is the voto csvstfn Campb llsburg
precinct: Loslio 88, Harlan M; Carlislo
86, Thomas 61; Smith 85, Krippcnitaplo
01; Tate 86( Fry 61.
OwENsuono. Ky- Aucust 7. Tbo voto
in Owensboro stands, Leslie, domocrat,
"1,030; Harlan, republican, C10.
Danville, Ky., August 7-Reports
from the election at noon shows Leslie,
3(53; Harlan, S82. For reprcsentrtive,
Uaskins, democrat, 893; Barkloy, radical,
Fhankfoiit, Ky., August 7. At ono
o'clock the voto stood, Uarlin, C'JQ ; Leslie,
Paducah, Ky, August, 7. Tho voto
in this city stands democratic four hun
dred and ninety, and tho republicans five
hundred and sixty-eight. Tno republicans
aro jubilant over the victory.
BRAND1NBURO, Kt AugUlt 7 0
o'clock. -On tho stato ticket 83 democratic
tnajoritv; Representative, Richardson 44,
Bio Spring, Ky., August 711 a.ra.
On the state ticket 91 domocratic majority;
Richardson 84, Allen 68.
Cabxyville. Kt Aucusut 7 11) a.m.
The stato ticket stands 60 democaatic ;
mcnardson 'ii, Allen, cu.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
St. Louis, Augu't 7.
FLOUR (Julet and unchanged.
WHEAT Steady ; No. 3 red fall in el
CORN Quiet; No. 2 mixed, in eleva
OATS Quiot ; mixed, In sack, 3738c.
RYE Dull at 6556o for sackH.
WHISKY 94o and unchanged.
PORK Quiet ; 13.60bld onordorlots;
f 12.60 seller January and February.
BACON Unchanged ; order lots of
shoulders, Cle ; clear rib, 8c ; clear, 8Jc.
LARD Quiet ; choico steam, in kegs,
Cincinnati, August 7.
FLOUR Firm and fair demand; fimi
New Orleans, August 7.
FLOUR -Dull at $6aC.50a7.
CORN Drooping. Mixed 70.; white
OATS Dull and nominal at 50c.
PORK Dull and nominal at $14.75.
BACON Dull ond lowor at 7Ja7J ; rib
0; sides OJc.
WHISKY Quiet at Ufica$1.02J.
COFFEE Firm 14alCc.
Liebig's eclobrated extract of meat at
Ucnulno walnut and mushroom ketch
ups, at Jorgcnscn's. jy2Ctf
Tho best fruit jars in tho world for
saloat Parson Davis & Co., on Tenth
Importod London biscuits at Jorgcn
East India prosorves at Jorgcnscn's.
Shriver's oyster ketchup at Jorgcn
Oonuino Spanish olives at Jorgcn
Imported gherkins, chow-chow, picca
llllo and onions, at Jorgensen's.
Anchlovls, in picklo,' oil or .salt, at
Mason's improved fruit jars wljh glass
topsjTold by P(r8on, Davla&.Co.
jj26d2w ' ,
Wo guarantee tho glass top jars as the
best. Parson's, Davis & Co.
Ono thousand fruit jars, choapor than
ovor, forsalo by Parsons, Davis & Co,
Go to Parsons, Davis & Co's frlut-jsr
omp9rIum, Nos. 6 and 7, Tenth streot.
Importod London Club and Wor
chostershlro sauce, at Jorgensen's.
Tho old, roliablo Groovo rlnir fruit
Jars only $1,50 dozen and sealing wax,
lor saio by I'arsone, Dnvls & Co.
Wm. Ehlors, at his shop on 20th street
Is still manufacturing every variety of
boots and shoes from genuine French calf
(heusosno other kind) which he sells
roady made or mado to ordor at. ptIcos
that defy competition. Jyictf.
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
M Kit CIS AN IN,
' . '1 .
DEALERS IN ELOUR;
And AtontV of i '
Ohio Klver mid Knnntrlin
70 Ohio Levee,
WINF.S AM) X.IHC01U.
WM. H. SCIIUTTER,
Importer nntl Wholcoalc llcnlcr iu
TOBACCO 8c OIGAES.
Agent for (he best brands of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE,
Imported AIcm or Ilirrcn( Hindu.
75 Ohio Levee,
tl C.UHO, ll.UNOl?.
F. M. STOCKFLET1I,
sccctitoa roui.c a eidcKiLCTii
Eeetiryer nnd Wuoleiutle ncnlcr u
Forciicn mid Uotuottlo
LIQUORS, WINES, ETC.
No. 78 Ohio Levee,
Sr-HixuniLD Dlock, CA1B0, ILUNO'.
rEkeepaon hand constantly a full stock of
Lulu nemucKY ifouruon, ityu anu jiuoujikii
u Whiskies, Krencli Hrandicx, Holland Gin,
I. & E. GREENAVALD.
Klonr ond (!rlt Mills,
Tho "Tupper" I'ntent Orate tr,
MAOHINERY FOR OENERAL l'UUl'OSES,
F. S. MURRAY,
GAS AND STEAM FITTER
. HAS REMOVED FROM FERltY HOUSE
BRICK "BUILDING on SEVENTH ST
OPPOSITE WINTER'S BLOCK,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. .
HE has greatly Improved Ills slock, nnd tins
now on hand ell inula of
PENDENTS, HALL LIUH
OLOBES, 8HADES, ETC.
HE HAS MARKED DOWN PRICES
To tbe lowest living flgnras, and he invites (he
patronage of thp public.
J. GEO. STEIN1IOUSE,
r. Biss-et. mid Coiunierelnl-nv.
sMrClcan Towels and
eWLadloa' and children's hnlr cut nnd sham
pooed, either at the shop or at their own home,
SHrGentlemen'a whiskers and hair dycl In it
clentlBc manner. Butlnlattiou KuarauU'e.1,
PRACTICA L WATCHMAKER.
NO. 150 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
Uxi on hand
A FINE STOCK OF WATCHES,
CLOCKS, JEWELRY, ETC.
1'nrUctiUr nttcnlion given to
REPAIRING FINE WATCHES.
Tho largest stock of
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES
' IV Tllg CITV.
W. II. MORRIS. It, If. CANHEB
Notary Public, No. I'ub. and U. S. Com.
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK,
AmpIi ?;,JI5,50I 97
NORTH AMERICA, PA.,
Asset'. .-. 2,783,000 00
AfCtJ.- 3,111,210 72
AnsutH 1.7S1.1I3 80
INTERNATIONAL, N. Y.,
As"ieU I,i1,W9 17
Assets 700,937 00
Aict 51S.C73 88
An-eta 115,278 13
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Assets EW.niO 00
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE,
Asiets .3i,rj0,000 00
TRAVELER'S, HARTFORD, LIFE AND
Axcts 1,.VX),000 0
RAILWAY PASSENOERS' ASSURANCE
Asset C3O,S02 08
S AFFORD, MORRIS & CANDEE,
71 Ohio I.eicc,
City National ll.ink. CAIItO, ILL.
FIRE AND MARINE
NIAOAUA, N. Y.,
As.U tl,430,210 10
OEHMANIA, N. Y.,
AMet 1,008,721 78
HANOVER, N. Y.,
Assels 720,602 00
UEPUIILIC, N. Y.,
Assets ,7H,92i 00
Comprising the underwriters' Agency.
YONKElti), N. Y.,
A'teti S78.414 15
Asset 153,193 23
FIRKM EN'.S FUND, M. V.,
Assets 07tl,O00 OO
SECURITY, N. Y. MARINK,
atsftH l,432,i9 CO
STORIJ, rwellings, Furnltuiw, Hulls nnd Car
goes, Insure, t ut ratt'i m favnrnblo ns sound,
jierui.inent security will warrant.
1 reiporiiuiiy niK 01 1 no citizens 01 iitiro, n
share ot their imlronagc.
C. X. lIL'tJIII'.S,
Ollioo at First National Bsnk.
MOUND 'lTn; AND CAIRO.
THE STEAM TUG, CACHE
Capt. William H. Sandusky.
FOUR TRIPS EVERY DAY
toot or naimi sruiir.
At 7 A.M.
At 10 A.M.
At 1 P.M.
At 5 P.M.
Leave Mu, City,
At 8.30 A.M.
At 11.30 a.m.
At 2,30 p.m.
At 0.30 p.m.
WILL LAND. AVIIEN HAILED,
BOX FACTORY, HAWK t LANDING, KY.
MOUTH OF CACHE, MARINE WAYf,
AND NAVY YARD.
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
I F-SIDKNCK-No. 21 Thirteenth street! be
V tweou Washlnglon avonuo and Walnut stret-t.
Olllaw 121 Coiniiierulftl aventin, up atalrs.
A. WADGYMAR, M. D.,
PSIYSIUI AN, Burgeon and Accouhour, fotraojly
of Anna, Union county, Illinois, has per-
iiiuiu'uiiv luvmuu iu .uiru. L'tiice-uorumeraiai
nyenxe, botween Eighth nnd Ninth streota West
U. W. DUNNING. M. D.
pEfllDENOE-cornerNlnth and Walnut ats,
sjrjiune corner 01x111 airoei unn uiuo levee
uiuco Hours rroiu 0 a.m. to 14 m., anil U p.m
C'OMMINSION AND FODVWAUDINQ.
STRATTON & BIRD,
(Saecessorfl totif ration, lludion Jt Qark.)
57 Ohio Lcvco, Cniro, Illinois.
VAgenla of American Powder Co.' and'nnJi
facttirers agents for cotton yarn. jyTdtf
JOHN B. PHILLIS,
(Huccessor to Tarker A Phlllls,)
DEALER IN HAY, CORN, OATSJ
Flour, Meal, Bran,
Con. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVEE,
CLOSE & VINCENT,
DEALEE3 1 1ST LIME:
Cement, Plaster Pari?,
Corner Eighth Ntrcet and Ohio Levc
No. 80 Ohio Levee,
Orders solicited and promptly filled.
II. M. HULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
No. 134 Comnicrcial-avo.,
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.
58 Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLS.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Successors to K, B, Hendricks A Co.,)
Forwarding and Commission
WHARF-BOAT PROPRIETORS r
fLiberal Advances made upo:
Aro prepared to receive, storo and orward
freights to all polnta and buy and,
sell on commission.
suriluslncss attended to promptly
(Successor otAyers Co.) .wtT
. ..s.iv 4ir.
' .Uu sti.I. j
;.nnJ li.tst v...
Genoral Commission Morcliant
t 133 OHIO LEVEE,
HOUSE MOVIHQ. .
, HOUSE MOVING.
HOUSE lOVEIt AND BUILDER
Is prepared to do all kinds of v ,
HOUSE MOVING, HOUSE RAWING
REPAIHiNd OF, EyXttY JMCUt7lOH
Ol TMK MOST B1AS4IAM.1 TSSKS.
OUDEI18 left at the niiTdenco el Ut, Kaadr,
on Ceater street, next door to the aaw rchool
house, or addressed to the ear of P. O. Box IU
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