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JUIIN II UIIRIMjT. Edlnrand I'lililuin-r.
Hokdat Ali.nNiNO. February 11, 182
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THE Carbondafe Xe Kr" ?SJ'S
Brown, the ipreentative from Mntrac
county, is a nwn of " enlarged views."
So ho is his views arc so large they
can he on both sides of a question at
The Boston 1'utt say- "It is the
little soul that uses power to punish
another for the crime of differing in
Dorsonal opinion. Hut that is what
Grant has been doing by Hancock ever
since he entered upon the presidency.'
We have received tho first number
of the American Farmcri Advocate,
an agricultuaal journal, published at
Jackson, Tennessee. The Atlcwute In
a monthly pspcr of .sixteen quarto
pages, and contain" n largu amount of
Valuable agriculturalnows, and is fur
nished to the subscriber at S1.00 per
The Now York Timet proves tlint
several of the Denta'appointcd by tho
president arc not related to his wife,
that some of the Grants appointed by
Grant arc not related to him, and that
his wife's brothcrsare not related to him
at all. The next question is, are Grant
and his wife related, and docs Grant
regard his father as a family connec
tion? The educational bill so long pend
ing in tho house of representatives, to
devote the proceeds of the sale of pub
lic lands to educational purposes in tho
states, finally passed on Friday, but
shorn of its principal features to such
an extent that some of the democratic
members voted for it. The compul
sory mixed school clauso was stricken
out, while a proviso was inserted for the
distribution of the fund according to
A Bill has been introduced into the
legislature providing that the people
shall, at tho next general election, voto
for or again si lm ffiiiper.inro hill r
ccntly passed by the Illinois egislaturo.
The proposition is a just one, as in no
other way can a fair expression of the
will of the people of tio Mate nn
this matter be arrived at. And, if sub
mitted directly to the people, it will put
au. end to much fruitless discussion on
The Pittsburg Ditputch ingeniously
admits that Senator Morton's adjourn
ment resolution was intended to give
play to the work of re-nominating
General Grant, with whose wishes con
gress and the public affairs should not
be permitted to interfere. 1'or oppos
ing this excellent measure Messrs.
Trumbull, Sumner and Seliurz ahs
charged with blindness to the public
interests, and alliance with the Demo
crats, The radicals of Georgia have met in
convention, and appointed delegates to
the national convention, with instruc
tions to vote for Grant as the first, last,
and only choice of tho radicals of the
state In view of the muttering of
war with England, and the unpleasant
feeling existing between this country
and Spjin, the congratulations on
Grant's foreign policy have not quite
as much point as they might have,
while the discoveries which are made
every day of corruption and dishonc.-ty
in every branch of the government,
nullity tlie complimcuu us to thc"wis-
Horn, pruuence auu moileratW Grant
Ins shown in hisadmiuihtrittiouui'home
affairs. But theprocess of whitewash
ing hhs begun and will bt kept up
faithfully until Grant is nominated.
II EHE is the way Grant's Washing
ton organ talks of civil service reform :
Civil scrvlco reform is lust beelni.in.. m
be underload throuch the interior nor-
iion ui uiu anion, aim u i uguiuo lor mem
bers of conirreM to ascertain eorrcctlv
what public sentiment is on the subject,
wo advl.e them to consult this medium.
With fuw exceptions (he attire republican
ueai prcti oj int. country pronountr. agaimt
tt, andlook upon it at a triek oj the (rum.
trntie varty, Hided by n fow disaffected
ropublicnns, to break up our organization.
Forewarned Is forearmed.
This is a singular admimiou b a
radical journal, high in the counsels of
the party, hut the more worthy of in.
tice, of courso, on that account. When
radical newspaper come to denounce
all efforu.0f the public for an honest
government at, " tricks " to break up
tho radical parvy, wl,at other evidences
will bo required th0pon tho oyes of (J)0
peoplo to tho evil Vruetices and base
purposes of tho ruling pltty v
Ex-Sk.vatoh Gnii i:s of Irsv.a, died
t bin home in BurliDgtou, ou Thurs-1
d.v cvcitinjr. of heart disci';'. Ho w.i-
born in Dcering, N. 11.. 1. "!
i t .iiwiiitli in 1 Rill!
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was irrniluaioii at
)H'i. wa. pbvic.i tu mo nisi ciii-mi
. .r!i n'SCfubU' 111 lowtl. He ,1,
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ot, nor III I OW.1 trolll lNJl lo 1 H
t-ni IHJT UI iuwi lruiii iui - ,
., 1S5'J waseluc'cd nonHh""!' !
to tl.e senate of .lie t'liiled Hate: Ho
sent ! in thcnafens chairman ol tlie.
committee on the District of Columbia ;
....i ..I-., fliriliiit on naval affairs, lie
:,Ut, for that on naval niiairs.
.,.o ,i delegate to tins peace cpn-
IM,M 1T ... ' -1 - -1 - 1 J..
gn!L "I 1 llc vils rc-eiecieu iu
ihc'i'iatc for the term commencing
lSli.'i .mil ciidinj' in 1871.
THE WAK Ql'KSTIOX.
W.i-hington dispatches, for the last
few il. ys. have related mainly to the
threatening aspect of affairs between
Knulniid and America. English jour
nals, according to cable telegrams,
have t Miicd with the subject, showing
a high . tate of excitement in London,
and no less interest has been shown
on this side of the water. The at
titude of the British government and
people in regard to the war claims ol
the 'United States against England,
which tho treaty of Washington re
ferred to the arbitrators at Geneva,
England nsonting in good faith, is
justly regarded by our people as whim
sical and perfidious, and will be met by
but one verdict, that the United States
cannot yield to the whimsical after
thought of the British government.
War is a gr.cat calamity, always to be
deplored and always to be avoided when
it U possible to do so. And there arc
many reasons why the United States
should avoid all foreign trouble at
present. We ate on the eve of an ex
citing presidential election. The pres
ident and his advisors have not met the
wishes of tho people in their administra
tion of public affairs, and it is the duty
of nil good citizens to bring about a
change if possible. Tho condition of
the south is not satisfactory to those
who desire the well being of the whole
eountrv. For these and other reas
ons, war would be a calamity
greater even than usual. Uut no
calamity is too great when
and national dishonor are the only
alternatives, and we believe if tho
United Stales has 'to choose tho
diver.o interests now moving the
people will disappear like chaff
before tho wind, and the whole
people know but one sentiment
that of patriotic devotion to tho
fair fame and name of tho United
Rtatcs. We hope for peace wo
earnestly desire tint tho tranquil re
lations hitherto felt and so .often
cxpw'iCil nn o-vfuling between Kuglaud
and this eountrv. may continue undis
turbed, but we have no fear that they
will continue sn at tho expense of na
B3uNc.il Hrown died in Ktduigh, N. C,
tho other day, mid u Im'iil paper thus sums
up his history : 'When Andy .lo!inon left
this city, n poor tailor-boy, at old l.ltch
ford's shop, Neal Jlrown wtnt out with
him two or tlirro milts, and carried on his
back, wrapped up in n picco of old carpet,
nil tho worldly c"d that tho poor tailor
boy possessed. They shook handa under
an old troo three mllus !rom herunml un
united. Neal lived iiiietly ntul worked
hard. Andy Johnion imvur went back on
his littlf hatter friend, oven when he was
president of tho 1'nlled States."
llSCUl'vory reader of newspaper in this
country and nearly every attendant upon
popular lectures and Protectant churches
ha heard at sumo time ubuut l'oiltivinin
slid l'mitivNts. Kxaotly what it is and
who they are, few know and few care.
"WIipii one leann that tho I'ositlvist doc
trine U contained in twelve volume, each
a lnrc as a Uihle, UU heart tinks within
him, mid hu inwnrdty groans that lin it
least ha no time to master it even if
noil!' Milvation depended upon It. Ki.
IfiyThe IJoton W tell in thut i.
"colored divine" vn recently armled in
Misi.iippl for fleaiini; a watch. . It Is
very cruel In arret nn humble, chrUtlan
for such a thine ns that. Thu poor fellow
was commanded to watch and pray, and
what fjoijd doyou Hippo-o tho prayer was
Roinj,' to do him without tho watch ? Cour
Efiy The London Timet was the ilrst
paper to tnko pay for marriage adver
ttiMni.iit. .Mr. Waller aerctd to cive
the feu t.. his wife for poekot-money, and
aUicr deaili she gave tho right to her
dauBbut. Wl,..n tho ritfht Was repur
chased, u few jttu a,,t ty t)0 pr0S0Ilt pro
pruThe Leaven nh .;,m(,f,Wa .
"Kiiti-iu bus her share of uuu ,p.
were Wild Hill, liu.lalo 1X111. A,, ,,,,
Comanche Hill, llueL.kin Hill, IliU M,ai,l
ow. and now we hive u 'IViiwmii.,i
before the lejjMatore. which threat,.,,. .1
rnun n, .1,.,,.... win. ..n. i
.... ,uu ,.'iiu-niis in
i2fTlie man who has kopthUow
Year's resolution lives In Indianapolis.
Ho resolved to keep drunk for the round
year, and thus far has uovor flickered. In
deference to hi modesty wc withold bis
name. E. Jour.
fiiy- Suniia v Oi r-JIcUy : ".Shall you
bo a-golii' out tliis n'Urnoon, mom 1 ' .Mis
tru: "1 think not, llotsoy." " Cos yer
can if yor like, I don't want to g(1 out."
r?T The proprintoi of tho Louisville
Gait houso now writWhi mmiu thus :
Ool. Jihonoll' JohiuouofV, a-id allows only
Itunian lo lo spoken in hit family
THE GATRO DAILY
Tl v I" " 'l'm that tt citizen sue
onvileJ l rliu.itltnf pi company'recent.
n ,, 1.1 i i
The largo polutoJ lar veil, now take
ic place of the tiny voll'ottis whlol. have
JtJltl 'I'll Jl I.MtlA lllli .41
-According lull., Sornervllti-Fnloon,'
ti.m tv umvu bins -un.iu.
Fayette county, Ten.... confined 2io.0oo
worth of whiky, alone, lat year. .'q. '
to $20 worth of tho beverage tor ouch man,
woman and child in the county.
Mr. John Martln.who lives In Cannon
county, Teiin., I reported by the Wood
bury l'resn ns being one hundred and
nineteen years old. lie is unquestionably
"tho oldest Inhabitant" in that state.
Portsmouth, N II., take the premium
for long and faithful domestic service. A
maiden rccet.tly died there who was a ser
rant woman In one family for sixty-nine
ycart. Tho aver.igu ol such service now Is
hardly shl -nine days.
Articles i f i'vrr offered as wedding
presents have been VoteJ, nut exuctly vul
gar, but "uncul'.ivatedaiul unretlued." In
stead of theie, works of art, statue and
paintings, "someihing about which a sen
timent can be entwined," aro henceforth
'.o bo tho thitins to proller to the newly
Elizabeth Cady Stanton has tho cour
age to mention the faet that certain
women suflragist once picked up an or
phan bov, bought bim nico ebtlies, educa
ted him for the minister', nnd when thoy
went to bear his first sermon were struck
with consternation lohear tho text: "Lot
tho woman keep silent In tho church."
A ladv school-teacher In Omaha, hav
ing nn Inordinate dread of the smnll-pox,
sent homo a littla girl because sho said her
mother was sick and bad marks on her
face. Tho next day the girl presented
herself nt tho school-bouse, with her fing
er In her mouth and her littlo bonnet
swinging by tho strings, nnd said lo the
teacher: "Miss , we've got a little
babv at our houso ; but mother told mo to
tell you that it itn't catchin'." The teach
or said sho was very glad, and told her
pupil to tako hur scat.
An English writer of a hundred
years ago thus speaks of tho status of tho
potato : " This root incroases prodigiously,
and is vary proper for feeding and fatten
ing cattlo. Thoy aro boiled in water, and
require but littlo boiling, though they
mayhuvo been kept two months in tho
storo. Cattlu eat them raw, but for tho
tablo thoy arc wholcomo boiled. 1 ear
nestly recommend tho culture of this plant
to husbandmen, as It js not only cxcollcnt
food for cattle, but good for man In years
of scarcity. Alter a little use tho tasto
becomes nt least as agnccablo as turnips,
and particularly If tho potatoes aro boiled
with bacon and suit pork."
JUDGE IiKINKKKHOFT, OK OHIO,
KiTJ-.tj AliUUT Til ft AI)JU.-
1 ST It AT I ON.
STUOSO l'OJNTS OS CllAXVlSM.
(Truiii Hie Cincinnati Commercial.)
MAMmELli, O., Kt-ti.C, 1S7J.
lion. .1. II. Stullo, Cincinnati :
.Mv Dkah Sin: I havo observed with
pleasure the card of .Messrs. Cox. .Miit
thews, lloadlv and yourself, published in
tho Commercial of tho 3,1 inst., approving
tho call of tho lato .Missouri convention,
for n national mass convention of liberal
republicans, at Cincinnati on tho 1st of
.May next, llelng with you in sentiment
and' opinion, I will endeavor to bo there in
It fccmsto be a foregone conclusion that
(ion. Grant is to bathe nominee of the
republican convention, to be, hold in Phila
delphia in June next. Considerine; tho
vast official patronage pertaining to tho of
fice of president, and the manner in which
Unit patronai'O has beon employed, this
foregone conclusion is not a matter of
wonder, altliougu it is to me, auu 1 doubt
not to thousands of others, hitherto mem
bers ot tho republican party, a matter of
deep recret and dissatisfaction. As for
me, whatever elso 1 may havo bccn,l havo
not been nor do 1 intead to become, thu
slave of any political organization. Horn
so to sneak n meinour of tho old democrat
ic party, I continued to net with it until I
thought, and ttill thiuk,lhat it had degen
erated into mero subserviency to slave
'loldini: interest and aspirations. Kor
thi reason and this only, and f.tillng to
n ml indications oi reiormation in tuts re
spect, 1 left tho party thereby, n to my.
su!f, abandoning every prospect and poli't
ical preferment in thu future nnd thence
torwnrd I co-operated with the Preesoll
party, until it was merged, on tho basis of
Its own principle', in too roputmenu party,
and with that 1 zealously acted until after
the inauguration of (Inn. Grant, and up to
the dovelopemontJ of his peronal and po
litcal administration, which aro the foun
dution of mv obkcliun lo both.
Under a republican government, atten
tion to polities, in thu higher and proper
fciiso of tho word, U personal duty; nnd
every citizen if ho would work effectively
In politics, must work through thu medium
of parties. Hut partie. nrn made for men,
not men fur parties. They are instru
mentalities, not dictators. ' On no .other
giound than this cm tlm exUtcnco of
political parties bo justified ; and thu man
who adheres to a party when it has coased,
in tho main, to represent, or has become
antagonistic to ms own convictions ,u
towhatisjiut and wise, nbut'dons nliko
Ills freedom ami nisdutv, ami voluntari v
nssumc tho poaitiou of a tlavo.
Vs to tliu personal admiiiUtratlou of
Grant. 1 do notllKuliis acceptance, nrl.
or to his Inauguration, of munificent pres
ents from men distinguished for nothing
but their wealth, and then appointing
tlioso'same men to ofllco I do not liku
'd shainoful and shamelc.s nepotism ; his
MM'i'urentiy iniinvite. ami contlnuoiu as-
'""stations with stock-jobbers : his project
for v, ,lri, ..r..n iv. ..i..i. 'i...
""f1, ' " "f'ueli men as Sumner, Jloar
mnl iw.liii. , . men in wnoso an Ply
UH, r' :,'''-riu,inHing pinil
V vi7, ' fv,r of civil
re. ti r , .' ,:. with
: . .. ,u .r'r 01 ,0 oniv
"""""" "i lioillliv w o kCClnn.l ,
heartily and prae.ieally in favo? "ft h
reform, too hut fur tbum :
thy rovelations reiently made, thruuM,
tho medium of a roluclant coinmlttue in
lo tho ohuracter of the admlui.tration ' of
tho Now York Cintom.hoino, nor hi)
fulsome indorsement of its lato chief,
Nor is tho legislative policy of those who
ttssumo to bo tho special friend of the
president more acceptablo to mo. 1 do
nut like a tariff of duties ou imports which,
while it takes money from ono man's
pocket and put it in the pocket of another
BULLETIN, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1872.
bring llitlo or no ruvonuo into tho public
remtiry; and winch, while It ostensibl.
-.till to tho wages of mmo manUfacturlnc.
laborers, taki more than that Ih0feae
Irmn nil Inbororsby moms of the Increased
cost of llvlnir. Nor do 1 like the upp rent
I ..m.... ..h.I .tl.i.A.itl ...u...lj ill., hi.
l mills nil uh-iiv-iu'mi lunniif "
,,. ..Oon bv the ccnrtral eovc -n ol
posters Mid function properly np," ru'.n-
.nj tome states.
If there over was a party formed wib
:in iKPiicn view 1 1 tiirt ro.iiiziition ut ii sy
torn of jut legMatlon and purity of uxe.
ctitlve admltiMratlou, It was tho republi
can party J nnd it is grinding lo llie son.i
bllitloB of those who participated In Its t ,r
matlon to find to many men who had no
sympathy with the principles on which it
was baed, but who Jumpod aboard of it
when they saw that it voyage whs llkelv
to be a successful one, now assuming both
tho office of captain and tho responsible
labors of tho helmsman. The ditruj Hon
of long.acciutomed political associations
is always painful, and It was tot for mob
results as we now see that such men as
TodJ and llrotigh, nmong the dead, and
Matthews and Jloadlv, and thousands of
others,, among the living, stepped out
from tho ranks of old nffillatlons and fell
Into line with the cohort of republican
ism. Tho great battlo against slavuholdlng
domination and rebellion h-iviog bean
fought nnd won, tho fruits of victory In
grnfted Into thu national coiistiutlon, we
have luisuro to considor other questions
less vital, doubtless, but still of immense
importance to the public Interest ; nnd
the peoplo of tho United States can never
afford to abdicate their own soverlgnty in
favor of nny set of self-constituted lead
ers, liellevo mo, dear sir, very truly
vours, Jacou Ukinkkihiofi'.
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
Ohio Silver suit! Kanitwltit
70 Ohio Lsvee,
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BUTCH H JE&
1KD PCALEH IN
Eighth Street, Between Washington
ANn Commercial ayknues,
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Asilts SOO.tM) i
SAFrOHI), MOIUUS & CANDEE,
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Cltjr National Uank, CAIHO, 11,1..
FIRE AND MARINE
NIAOARA, N. Y.,
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QERMANIA, N. Y.,
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STORK, Duelling. Kurnilure, llnlli nmf Car
Ifon, Insured at rate h firomble a noiind,
permanent security will warrant.
I respeetlully anlc ot tho citiicnn of Cnro, a
fhirii ol ttlilr ,atron:ipe.
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EL D OK A DO
BILLIARD SALOON AND BAR
ROOM. JOIIX GATKN, froprlrlor.
100 Cmmercial Arenue, CAlftO, II.I.lNOIrtJ
Ilent brnnd of California ClKari" Just receiyed,
BILI.IAHU caloon furnished vitti lh li-at of
tables; and !mr mirplied Willi lne, llouorn
and cigar of th inet linmiR
And Dealgr In t'orela nnd Oomostla
"WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
K7 Ohio Jjcvcc,
between Nlnlh nnd Tenfli Stretfo,
130 Oblo l.ctec, near Slono Ilcpoi
J. D. Z AN ONE, I'ROI'RIETOR,
Fresh iSholl Oysters Rccoivcd Daily)
keep. atnaya nn liatid nalllmore anl II obi
Uystera, wlnsfi h will be (;ld lo sent to Ills cus.
oinerH In Ihe lm eliv. ilee'.'tl
COAL! COAL! COAL I
DU QUOIN AND MOUNT CARBON
Commcrcial-aw, Foot of Elevouth-i-t.
All Coal ruefully weighed il the yiud on Fair
FULL WEIOIIT WARIIANTEII.
Coal deliTered on the sliorlest notice in nn
part ol llie cf.y, cither by tin, half ton, ton or car
Leave order at theoliv.o on Conunerclai.Rv.a
lis fcotof Klcirnlh iliecl novlCbfin,
HX'm w i TTs on7
r. r i li r is
ii n o v v. in i: s.
,1'lnJ VI SI O.N S, ETC.
Ohio Luvkk ..... Ca1ii()( tlu
0. D. WILLIAMSON.
COMM ISb'ION .M EllUH ANT,
.o.?IMIIll I. '(',
0 A 1 11 0, 1 1. 1, 1 N V I 8.
OO'Spcelaf attention Klttn lu eoiii(,tmnl"
LOUIS J 0 R 0 E N $ K N ,
leidi r In nil l.llidr of
STAPLE AND FANCY
f'nriiirr'N Ynril ntul nlnblhiK
WITHOUT CHAUUK. '
Cor, Wasliifigtou-av.'und Twentieth-st.
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET.
KOEIILER & BROTHER
Hate r' n .J I
I'oi'i'i.Ait .mi:at .MAitKirr,
Urltrcrii Xlnlli mill Ten III Slirrl,
and will keep constantly on hsinl th boat moli
(laiiKhtered in the Cairo mnrktt. Tlicy drfy corn
pttiuon. (ilvc tliem n trial. ochtSUr.
HKAI. KSTATi: A(1K.T.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AOEN'J
71 (second floor) oiiio li:vek,
Ruv and 5: km. Real Estatk,
FURNISH AI1STRACTH OF TITLE
l prf rra Convevu'nr Kiud.,
WM. 11. SC II UTTER,
Iinjiiirler ami Uliiili'Hnle Dealer In
TOBACCO & CIG-AKS
AkhiI fur thn best Lranda of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE,
IniporKil AIcn or lllllerrul Kinds.
75 Ohio Levee,
" CAIIIO. 1M.1MIIS. '
F. M. STOCKFLETH,
I'l'CrSMlU V011 1 1 i kTOUKri KTH
Hccliryrr mill Wliolesnle Denier lit
Idrolt" mill DoiiiCNtlc
WINES AND LIQUORS.
No. G2 Ohio.Lkvee,
HK keeps on hand constantly a fall stock o
, . 0 '.',.l;",llll-'k.X "auraon. llye and JlononKa.
he lilkle, J-reneh llrandie, llollund (iln,
llliine nnd Calitornln Wlnea an3oil
GOLD I GOLD II GOLD I! I
Will fnrcn tho beard or tnoil;cha lo ciow
lliiek nnd heay, on the mnnolhestlaee, or lialr
cm llie b;ddet head, In 21 days, or manor refund,
did. 'llila preparation nas been before lliniiuh.
Iio for over ihutcen year. and ihoiisnmli of
ymint.iry lenlmutilalu e.m If i.hon of Its mer
lin, heut by mail, piut.p.iid, with direction In
full for its un, foriUeeniH a nackeiro i three for
St. Addrrs 1
OOI.IHIN COMPOUND CO.,
No. 2:j Pine street, St. Louis, Mo.
ixioiis. aisi. rvrci
W. V. Til 0 H N TON'S.
ItUlI.DERS' SlMM'l.T DIH'OT
IJ1 1 KM II sntKKI',
llonr, Sil-li, llllnitfi. .Ioiil!lM2,
i:iiVPlultrrN,(Hnnil) U'lmlotv mill Iln,,,
t'rninrM, I'lourlnir, l.nlh,
HIiImbIph, (Jliir.rU Mnsli, (lliiznt s,,.
Llulif", iliir.nl TrniiMiiiM,
NiihIi WrlutilN, Ma nil I'nlllcs mnl Conla,
llllml 'iiI'IIiikn. ItlMllllIK
S'cll. ItoolliiK C'ciiirul, I'laNlrrliiK
I'lipcr, t'nrpel r l(, While
Lend, I.IiimsI oil, Amrrlcmi Window
SifiiHM, i:iikIIIi micll'rrurlt
I'lalo iIoss, IMilty, Mlnxler'n 1'olnU
Newer 1'Ijich l'nlriit Clilinnrj ,
i:ic, i:i'., Rlr.
AOKNTH lor llnck ItiTel Paper Cumjiany'a
VhcaUiintf Kelt and (Ju.irli CVuisnt.
II. VV. John' Iinprort-d Itootliix always on
0O.1MIHXIO.il AVII riUllVAItlUMJ.
M. PHILLIPS ii CO..
("Suecennrf to K. II. lfo,irlck" A Co., )
Forwarding and Commission
wf-t.lberal Adtancen n i
Are prepared to receive, itore ant orwarJ
freight! to all points and buy acd
ell on coniiulxlon.
OSTUusine! attended to promptly
II. M. HULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
And Dealer Foreign Fruits and Nut!
No. 134 Commerciiil-.ivc,
OA 1110, ILLINOIS.
General Commission Merchant
1.13 OHIO LEVEE,
MILLER ,fc PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.
AGENTS foii FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio Levee, CAI RO, ILLS.
STRATTON & BIRD
(Succefsora toStralton, Hudson 4 Clark.)
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois.
tVAKcnl of American Powder Co., and man
ajjcnlH for cotton vain
CLOSE & VINCENT,
Cement, 1'lastek Taris,
Corner Elglitli Ntrcct nnd Ohio I.cvcc
JOHN B. PIIILLIS &S0N
(iSucccssor to Jno.ll. Phlllls,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OATS
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.;
ton. TENTII-ST. and OHIO LEVEE
A victim of early indiscretion, causiug nervous
debility, premature decn), t to., having tried In
vain oery adverllaed lemcdy, has discovered
almplo means of aelf-cure, vhieli bo will send
free to his fellow.aulfercrs. , II, Peeves, No, 78
Nassau street, New You, nugSlwly ,