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JOHN H..0BEULY & CO., PROPRIETORS.
' CAIRO, ILLINOIS. TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 1872.
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASHINGTON-AV
4
THKMAILS,
ARRIVE urriRT
2:00 a. in, lOOp.m
'ijrtt;)..-T"r.... 2.20 p:m, ijoop.m.
South, Way ......IJ.lfi p.m. piop.iii.
" Through N. 0 Mem.
phli and Columlma S.30 p.m. 4:00 p.m,
Ohio Klver route, (except
Monday) iOup.m, COT p.m.
ron Mountain K. It 2:30a.m. ll.iop.ji.
hi. Hiver route, Tuesday
Am Friday C.oop.m, 7:00 p.m.
Ihebee, (loose Island AHsntn
ft, Illi., Thursday & Krl-
'lay mh.h i.HnHHin.iHM.'j Cioop.tn, 7:00a,m,
Hayfleld, lllandvillo and
Lovelace, Kjr 11:00 a.m. 4.00 p.m.
irricr., iioiss,
ilcnersl Delivery .. 7iWa.ni.
iHundaya i lot) a.m.)
oney Grdr depaatmcnt :' a.m. S.00
Slater "' ' " " S.rOa.rn. E..'Op.m.
oney Order and l(f (later departments no
on Hundaya.
ouirciniuciiLs.
t'RKSHYTEHIAN-Klghth.atreel.
Preaching, Habtatli at 10 a. ,, nod 1 r. m.
Prayer, meeting, Wedmaday atT'J
Sunday fkli.iol, 3 T. . J. M I.an.aVn, Huper
lotendent. Itev. C II. Fools, Paster.
MhTIIODlST-Cor. Eighth and Walnut hta.
're aching, Hebbalh V)', i. and lr.it.
T Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7K r. M.
stiuilay richool 3 rx. I.. W. hllloi-ll, Huper.
intcndenU llev. F. I.. TnoNf.ua, Pastor.
IILlllCII OK Til K. ltKIKKMKIt-(i:plM:opal)
Morning prayers, HaMalh 1J a. u,
Ktenlug prayers IJ4.
bshbth fkhool, a. .
Her. Mi.Omx, Hector.
T, PATIUCK'H CHURCH ;or. Ninth HI. and
Washington Avrntir.
."ublie. 'ervice,8ahhallieand 1U; a. m.
Vespers, 3 . i,
unday tk-bool, i r. x.
service eiery day, o r. .
H-r. I'.J.O'lUuoao, Priest.
. JO.N'tJ MKN'd CHRISTIAN AhHOCIATlON H'g
ular ineellug itH'uud Monday each month at the
Prayer room of tie Presbyterian Church
Weekly Prayer inesl ng, Friday, V r. at
.he Prayer room of the Presbyterian rhurch.
C. Paasusa, President.
AFRICAN MKTHODLST loitrteeuth, blwen
Walnut and Cedar.
Services, Babbatll, 11 A.M.
auad.y Mhool, 1J4 r. .
Oim Jr. m.
fKCU.NI) FHKE-wTLL II APTIHT Fifteenth Ht.
Pleaching, W " lte. Win. Jack. on, Pastor,
betxrvn Walnut and CeJar.
Services babb.Hi, and 3r. M.
Iter?N. Ricaa, Pantor.
HtKK WlI.1. I1AITIHTIIOMK MlMIU.i rL'.N
A V ftCHOOIy Corner waluut and Cedar Sta.
funday School, a.
IltnT K1IKK n ILL BAIT1ST CIIUKCH-Cur-ry'a
Ilarracka.
erleea,rtabUlhll a. ., . . and 7J e. a.
Iter. Wm. KctttT, 1'aitor.
riRaTMiaalOSAUV llAl'IIST CHUHClI-het.
etn 10th and 11th atreeti, near Cedar.
ITrachlni Sabbath 10j i, .,n i 7,' r. a.
I'rayer Meeting, WeJnea.lay efenlng.
I'reaching, Kndar etenlug.
eabbath b- hool, yt r. M. John an Halter and
alury btepheaa Hupcriutendenta.
Ke, T J. bnotra. I'aato
HKCUNU llAlMVrCHUllCH-rouiteenlh atreet,
I atween t-'edar and Walnut;. Kef. Jacob brad
ley, Klderlthe anly BaptUI Church recogaited
1 y the Aatoeiatlon. rertlcet, fcunday 11 o'clock
.in., at 3 p.m. and at 7 p.m.
Jeoa RaibliT, Klder.
SECRET OUDERS
TIIBjjJAIiONIi.
Oatao CoKmanrar, fo. 13. atated Aaembly
U the A)lum Maaoni Uall, flrt and thirdtba.
irdiTi ineai.n month.
Catao Cotsciu, No. 21, Regular Coniocationat
anonlc Hall, the aecond Friday In each month.
Catao CMiMta, So.1l. Hegular Conocation
t Manomc Hall, -On the third Tuesday of etery
mQth. jr ir
Catao topor. No. 137 K. A A. M Regular Com.
munlcaiiona at Jla.nnic Hall, the iccoud and
tourih jlondaya ol each month. ..
liiiT Imi, No.wa V. a A. M. Regular Com
inuiilcationa at Maaonlc Hall Srt and Ihml
1 huraday in each month
TIIK ODD-ITKLLOWH.
ALtliKDia Loixic, Ml. Meeta In OldKellcw'K.
U.ll.ln Art' r'a Building, etery Thursday tten
ng, at 7 o'clock.
STATE OFFICERS.
STATE OFFICERS.
Goyernor. John M. Palmer !
Lieutenani-Governor, John Dougherty 1
Hecrelaryol Htate, Edward Hummel;
Auditor of State, C. K. Lipplncotl ,
SUte Treasurer, E. N. Bates ;
supi. Public lustructlon, Nevtten llateman.
CONOIiESSMEN.
Jenatora Lyman Trumbull and John A. Logan.
I'.epreaeo'o'ijfe 'r 'be oiate at Large J. L
Keterldge.
Itepresentatlre Thirteenth District John M
eba,
jlK Jill EKS GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Senator., 1st IMstnci T. A. K. llolcomb, ol
Union, and S. K. Oihson, of OtlUtln.
Kepreaentative, 1st Di.trl I 11 Wataon Webb
4 COUNTVOFFICE1W.
CIHCU1T COUKT.
Judge I). J. Hnker, of Aleiamler.
.'rosrcuting Attorue) I. K. McCartney, ol
Masanc
Cin-uit Clerk Jno. g. Ilarman.
rjherill A. H. Irvm.
Wm. Martin, Assessor ani1 Trea.urr.
COUNTY COURT.
Judge r. nross.
Assor.a'es J. i-. McCrite and H. Marchlldou.
ClerkwJacoh n. Lyn:h.
'Jorouar Jtihn II. (ioasman.
MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT
' jyor John M. Lanaden,
treasurer J. H. Taylor.
Comptro If r K. A. Burnett
Cli-k Michael Howley.
".1 rshal Andrnw Cain,
Att.ruey p. II. Pope.
Pollca MaKiatrateB K. Ilroas and B. Hhan
lesay
Chief ol Pollce-L. H. Myers.
SKLKCT COUNCIL. -Mayor
John it, Lansaen,
Flral.Ward P. G.echtih.
Second Vard C. It. Woodward,
third Ward Jao, Wood,
r ourth Ward S. UtaaU Taylor.
Oltyat.Laige W. P. Ilalltday ami I), jiurJ,
JIOABU OF ALBKIIMl'w,
' FIRST WARD-James Rearden
jA. II. Hatlot.l,
laaao Walder..
8KCONI) WARD R. IMCunningham,
K. Under,
John ('. Blanoll,
Jamas Bsrayne,
THIRD WAD-Wm. Stratton,
VJohu II. Phi'lla
1 URTII WARD John II. Robinson
G. U.Seaae,
, Metcalf, ,j
THE BULLETIN.
WASHINGTON.
ritOOIlKSS OK TIIK I.NVK8T10AT1NU COM
M1TTKKH. Washi.voto.v, Mitrclt i50. CongrcM
Imvlnj; tiiijournod vor till Monday, tlio
overal)invoat!gntln(;comlnittPC3 111 session
ut ttio capital wcro to-day nllbrded nmtilti
tlmo to tuku testimony. That inquiring
Into tlio tnlo of arms to Franco liad ttio
Marquis I)u (Jliambrun on tlio stand for
nuvernl liotira, wlillo tlio comtnlttco exam
ining lliu cltnrgca iigalhst thonuvy dopart
morit worn In ecislon all day. Tlio uvl-
donco is so voluminous that a tummury of
tlio jiointa that wero dovolopcd will best
servo tlio purpose of thu distant roador.
Tlio Marqula JJa Cliambrun, in Ills teitU
ir.ony, slated tliHt In January, 1871, lio liad
been Informed by one I'oek In Now York,
Hint ho (l'ook) liud roc'ivtl $10,000 fron,
Roinington to obtain certain official letters
Iroin Secretary Jtelknap, Gen. Uycr, Gen.
.Spinner, Senator Conkltrig and others in
dorsing Remington, 10 that lie would havo
nsutllcierit status in France, on tlio second
tiinl ol ttio New Yrk French consul,
Place, to secure tho lutter's conviction, by
nhich process Remington could obtain
money claimed by him from the French
government. These letters were obtained,
and bore otilci'il seals. Place, though ac
quitted on tho Ural trial, was now convic
ted, and Remington got bis monor. Tho
inarquisjuaitled that this Amerlc'in olll
nlal 1 rrtijsajito secured Place's conviction.
Gi-n, SrnaMkjoed hit letter as general
and UniloUtXt treasurer, and uddrosed
it to MiniterHBPhburnc, suylng: " Do
all yoi can to hfiji' Remington. 1 Tho wit
ness testifleil further i!mI bo bubmltted
these letters and oilier documents to Mr.
.Sumner, but that JH did no' communicate
originally lh iJprmmlon, nor ask that
fiiutor to Ins
congressional inves
did not curu for one.
ligation. II
its no had
the secretary id war
to socurtj';
htm. lie explicitly
Shurr. and Sumner
ection v.ith htm
an iniiuirv. or
i-xrttlji
iroui
in
iijipl
I th mutter lor one. hi
deed.
ther knew moru than
ha did
he next point of tho ev-
dotico mi1
enernl Intalls and C. K.
(iarrlsi.li. of New York, called at tho
rtencli legation ami asked its influence
with the home government to securo an
extension of time in which to fulllll an or
dinance contract with Remington and cer
tain parties, whose names he was unable
to give. This connects an army officer
with the sales, outside of the ordinance of
fice. Ingalls haa been summoned to testi
fy. Tho witness declared, in conclusion,
that he did not know of Ills own knowl
edge of any ether American officer Inter
ested, but had plenty of suspicion, which
the committee could confirm by nthtr wit
nesses than himself. The four hours ex
amination of the marquis was exciting and
personal, and created great merriment,
lie got very much excited when ho ac
cused members of tho committee of plac
ing words In his mouth.
The point of tho testimony to-day In tho
investigation of frauds againtt Urn navy
department is con lined to tho payment by
Serretary Robeson of a claim of $&3,000 to
.Secor ic Co., In violation of a statuto
which declared that no such payment
should bo made. Pending evidence that
the claim itself was a fraudulent one, the
roinmitteo adjourned. Robeson's defenro
Is that he paid the amount on an award
made by n board of officers. He hnj not
explnined the legal point away.
THE FUR TRADE.
H. LEVY A CO. TAV THE HIGHEST MARKET
rnicEs.
Ilelow will bo found the correcteJ list
of prices paid by H. Levy & Co., for
hides, furs, feathers, wool, tallow, bees
wax, and all kinds of country produce
Levy A Co. do a very largo trado in their
line, and it is a well known (act that they
always pay the highest prices to be ob
tained in this market, lhoy are now
paying for
furs :
Mink $2 00a 2 25
Raccoon (JO
"Wildcat 60
Houso Cat 10 a 15
Musk Rat 15
Opossum 12
Olter 5 00 a 7 00
Hear Skins 2 00 a 0 00
Beaver, per pound 60 a 75
HIDES, IER roUND!
Deer Skins 27 a 37 j
Reef Hides, ,Dry Salt 18J a '.'0
" " Green Salt Oal'JJ
OTHKK articles:
Tallow, psr pound 6a 73
Feathers, " " GOa'Jj
"Wool, " " 60 a 70
Ileeswax " " 25 a 28
The above prloo list Is subject to correc
tion. MARKET QUOTATIONS.
lllclcsw I
fJreenVlb 7 lo 7 Dry Flint 1
Cured 9tioV Dry Hal -12X:
Oreen all V Ili.liUnl.'l I bheepiiella ej ts
Curei' " It to Uyi I
Halt t
Karawha per hbl....2 2.1 1 U lry pr bbl 3 2J
Tmn
Imperial 1 10 to 1 40 1 nunpowder
Uolonu hlHckflo I 31) J Tniing llya'a 1 10 tol 40
Wlneaaiid I.lqnorHt
HHANIlY Heonesay per gal best 7 60
H.caetle " " 8 t
WINEPort 2 fiOto 3 00
Bherry 2 25 to 3 2C
Cataxba 2 U
Ciarrt )er casea 6 00
WHISKY Ilectineil 85 to 1 60
Ilourlwn 3 oe
live 2 7J
Wheat new 1 60
IlliihVrines 1 00
Code 1
Jara ..3(c to 33 1 Lazcayra. 27 to 28c
Itio, prune to choice -....2t to 26
Onlooi and 1'otaloea,
Onions, per bbl 3 C5 Potatoes, per bhIJI 003a3
Oulon sail, per bushel 2 76
tptseaae.
New York Caeshire 10 to 2
Hroo3ai
Common Home, per dot . 1 76
Choice to Extra " 3 00 lo S 60
a. u. w to i 60
BMStrai and Tallow 1
Ueeawaz 30 1 Tallow 7 a
Provisions,
LARD In tiercea per lb I to
iiAMs-feu,. zz:.x$ti
Country .. """..""...r. 'oto
Uhouldera bacon
0
Cltar aUes
6n
Won"Z:
" dry salt
eye to 1
aaatSW
SalEva4n
rviatu
Kara assd RjruSMi,
SUOAR New Orleans prima tochoica 11 lo lie
Coffee A .... . .,J3l'?J
Crushed and Powdered..- 14K to IV
. Granulated Uio lto
BTRUPS-Cholce - ........ M lo M
New Orleans near - CO to M
ftaffisnajt
Giinniea.....lsw to !9Uc I llurlana..,
K
Twine TwltaUemp...'Mto
1 wine riaa. ooo f
Sllllet I 73
Hungarian I 79
Clotrr. per Uisnej ..... 0 ootofl W
Timothy, per bushel a Ko2 W
Rate r freight.
Cotton 1
To Mew
Tork.
Compres.ed ...f S3
Uncompressed I 14
lo
Boston.
...ll OS
1 os
I'lOBrt
ToNsw Tor per bbl.....
To Iloaton cer bbl
.ll
1 71
a v.
I 3
t 0
a t
II
31) tX)
t ou u
Al 30
a 311
an 1 j
311 6
60 l'u
IS I I
From Cairo to.
from Cairo to
Klojr, per bb, .
Hay, per ton ...
Corn, ir cwt.
(ata. Mr cwt ..
,Coal Oil per
1 M
s 00
2 Of
M
30
1 urawco r n
Cotton per I I
i.umoerter m
I 00
00
Potato, a, 1 er M
Apples, per bbl
.umoer iroae
leayy llt-cwl
WhlakT. nertM
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Our Homo Advertisers.
;t:.:iiAi. aijf.n tn.
HAL LID AY liROTILERS,
GENKKAL AGENTS
FORWAIIUING and COMMISSION
91 E It C II A N TSJ.
DEALERS IX FLOUR ;
And Agents of
Ohio lllver and Kanawha
70 Ohio Levee,
Cairo, Illinois.
LC9IBKR.
S. WALTERS,
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
ot etery description,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR l'OSTJj,
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS
ORDERS SOLICITED.
Steamboat L u m ij e r,
Furnished oa ehortest notice.
Commercial-av, bet, 10th and lliVsts.,
CAIRO ILLINOIS.
4'OAI..
COAL I COAL I COAL I
JAMES ROSS,
' DIAlKa IR
DU QUOIN AND MOUNT CARBON
COAL!
Commercial-av., Foot of Elevcnth-st.
All Coal carefully weighed at the yard on Fair
banks' scales,
FULL WE10UT WARRANTED.
Coal delivered on the shortest notice in an)
part ol the cl.y, either by tbo ball ton, ten or car
Leave order at th office on Commerclal-ay. at
the foot of Eleventh street, novl6d-6m,
Our Homo Advertisers.
lltnUIlANCK,
W. H. HORR1P,
Notarr Public,
II. II. CAN B IK
No. Pub. and 17, 8. Con.
FIKE, UULL, CAKGO, LIVE STOCK
ACCIDENT, LIFE,
ATSA, UARTTORD,
Assets ts.Mt.MM 7
NORTH AMZRICA, TAn
Assets 2,783,000 01
IIARTFOED, CONN.,
Aaaats 2,M4,210 7r
rildKIX, IIARTFORD,
AsssU 1,781,141 81
INTERNATIONAL, N. T.,
AsseU.. l,SM,Si 17
rUTMAM, HARTrORD,
Asset .704,9)7 O
CLEVELAND, CLEVELAND,
Assets. 61S,473 8
HOME, C0LUMDCB,
Assets SI J.27 43
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Assets 600,000 OH
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE,
Asset .y,(sl,VXJ Ot
TRAVELKR'H, HARTFORD, LIFE AND
ACCIDENT,
Assets. 1,400,000 Ot
RA1LWAT rASNENOERS ASSURANCE
CO., HARTFORD,
Aaseta. yo.GU, s
INDEPENDENT, BOSTON,
Asset CM.Ui
S AFFORD, MORRIS k CANDEE,
71 Oblo Utm,
City National Bank, CAIRO. ILL.
F. BROSS,
FIRE AND MARINE
Inanranee Agency.
TRlCJtPrT, CINCINNATI,
Assats
..1600,000
New enoland mutual, life,
AsseU, orer 6,000,000
AN0IIORD FIRE AND MARINE
Of St. Louis.
Hollcits all kinds ol risks.
F. BHOHH,
ocl27tf Agent, Cairo, Illlno'a.
FIRE AND MARINE
IIsTSTJ hii .A. 1ST G
COMFAN1E
NIAGARA, N. T.,
Asset ll.43C.Vle ?
OERMANIA, N. T.,
Asset. 1,008,721 7
HANOVER, N. Y.
Aaseta 72tS,8ti2 0t
REPUBLIC, N. T.,
Asaeta 714,925 0
Comprising the Underwriters' Afency.
TONKERH, N. Y.,
Asset 878,444 II
ALBANY CITY,
Assets 463.IW 23
firemen's FUND, S. F.,
Assets C78,b0O Of
bKCURITY, N. Y, MARINE.
Assets 1,432,849 00
STORl, Dwellings, Furniture, Hulls and Car
goes, Insured at rates as fnyoiablo as aound,
permanent security wtH warrant.
1 rrspectliilly ask ot the cltiteos of Cairo, a
share ol their patronage.
4'. n. m aii N.
PARKER &BL.Xl
DBALISS IN
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
rutty, Ileualue, Gsuiollne,
wiirocw GLASS.
WINDOW BIIADKS,
And the celebrated illuminating
AURORA OIL.
brosr' buildino, cor. Hth-bt. A COM
MEHCIAL-AV.,
Cairo, - - Uxinow.
augMtf
AVOID QUACKS
A victim of early indiscretion, causing, nervous
debility's premature decay, etc., having, tried In
vain every advertised remedy, has discovered
simple means of self-cure, vthkh ha will sand
free to his fellow'suflerers. J, H, Beeves, No. 7f
Nassau stfsel, New Tote, augMwIy
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Our Homo Advertisers.
D lit' Ul.
BARCLAY BROS.,
OHIO LEVEE
Cnao, lui
DBUO-O-ISTS
SARATOGA SPRINGS
a rctb hist
AT BA'O'A'V DRUO STORK.
Passu crrLi, Laili.
MOCKING BIRD FOOD
all aiiDT ra est wnaoVT Taocaia
At Barclays)'.
JJELMDOLD'g
GRAVE f catawiia f ' C orapk 1 FILLS
CATAWBA 1.4 ORATE
GRAPE I catawua S i I orai-e S FILLS
so all or
II ELKBOLD'H 91 K II ICT.N KH
FRE8II FROM FIRST HANDS,
Always In stock la latge supply, and for sal i y
Hart-lay Urns,
JUST RECEIVED
ADD
for ttnlft by tbeUlaaa Bottle arGallou
AT BARCLAYS'.
ISTExtra Fink Coloone;
Js9"'Genuine Imported Extracts;
fay-HAin, Tooth and Nail Brushes;
MVIndia Rodder Nurhery Goods,
AT
PURE WHITE LEAD
l'URE FRENCH ZINC.
Best grades in arge stock and va
riety, very cheap;
auo:
Full Link of Colors,
oar akd t.i oil;
Paint Brushes, Linseed Oil,
WhltevrashP.Mshei Turpentine,
Varniehas Etc, etc.,
all sixds ad staxdaao qcaui1xs
At Barclays'.
I
I
DRY GOODS
FOE, SPRING OF 1872.
HAS BEEN, AND O0NE AND D0NK IT A0AIN I
Owing to his larja sales ol
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
he found It neceasarv to aesln visit the Eastern
Market and will return within a fw days witti a
uaausumo siock ui
HDIRIT O-OOIDS.
He wishes tn call the attention of Buyers to his
very complete, large and carefully selected
stock: of goods
His roods can not be surpassed, and he
solicits a comparison of
GOODS JISTID PEIOES
wl'h those of any house which you have been Ac
customed tn ileal with.
Hi? stock will consist of
IltlSlI I4ILINN, NII.KN, IM.AIIiS,
HKI'PN AMI lll.AC'K AI.IA!AN,
And all other sorts of
SUMMER DRESS GOODS.
He also keeps a large stock ot Laces, Trim
ming Kinbriihlerlen, a great variety of Ulinvrls,
Cloths and Caslmeres
.A.T LOW 3TIC3-Xni!ES.
He also keeps a variety of Ladies' and Chll
dren'eShni's and Clothing of all slwa and prices.
Block Full aiu Complete all through, Call and
see, for It will puy,
3-ie-tr. i HUitrsKn.
WA4JONS.
IVAGOJfTllAN UFACTOR
For Sale at Wholosalo or Retail
CORNER 32D-BTREET AND OHIO LEVKk
Cairo, Illinoia.
novlllf a. 49AMBI.B
Our Homo Advertisers.
."'fcHAI.E :itOCEKS.
R. SirYTH"r"C0.V""
I WHOLESALE GROur.US, 1
a stssessaassstsstsaaiettst.t.M 1
onto iiiYii
4) IRO. ILLINAIH,
Also, keep constantly nn hand a most 'cum
plete, stock of
ijiGrcrcms-
8CCTCH AND IRISH WHISKIES
-O I N B,
Fort, Madcrla, Shorry and Catawba "V inc
RJHYTI! A CO. sell esclusleely for cash, to
, which fact they Inrlle the especial alien.
Hon ol close bantam buyers.
Special attention given to Filling Orderi
HOOKS.
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UFUOLSTEKING
AND
Muttrcss Mnnufti cturi ng
ruriilluro ItC'imlrliiB,
PICTURE FRAMING.
All orders promptly attended to,
NOHTillVKhT CORNER OK WAMIINOTON AV
ENUE AND TENTH KT.,
CAIKO, ILL.
I'. O lraer I Sin. Isnl'tf.
NIIJ.V tVUITKIt.
CARL L. THOMAS,
XOkLSr WRITER
a now prepainl to respflnd promptly lo nil de
mands for Ins services.
SHOI'-Coit. Stii-ht. and Commeucal-av
In (lio IVrry llotmc,
OAIEO ILLINOIS
UKAL. IMTAI K Alll'.NT.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENT
AND
AU0TIONEKS,
71 (SECOND TLOOR) OHIO LEVEE
CAIRO, ILLS.,
Bur and Sell Real Kstatk,
PAY TAXES,
furnish abstracts of title
At I pref art C( vTaacs of Kinds.
Our Homo' Advertisers.
4JOMM1NMIO.N AN It FOUWAHHlNb.
G. D. WILLIAMSON.
PRODUCE AND
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 76 Onto
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
"Special attention given lo consignmea s
and orders
U. M. IIULEN,
GROCER andCONFECTIOIV
MI23E,Ci3:A.Tra:.
Ami Dealer Foreign Fruits and Nuts
No. 134 Cj.nucrcial-avc,
Cairo, Illinois,
CLOSE & VINCENT,
GENERAL COMMISSION
MERCHANTS
ADD
ESAIiERS X2T XjITj
Ckmknt, I'laster Paris,
AND
PLASTERER'S HAIR,
Corner KIkuIIi Street tassel Stlilo l.espr
CAIKO. ILL.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO..
(Successors to K. B. Hendricks A Co.,)
Forwarding and Commission
7.1E1U3UANTS
AND
W II AUF-HOAT rnOPKIETOIlS
sgrSiLlberal Advances mr i ur'cNtfy
Ars prepared to receive, sUre an orward
freights to all points and buy acd
sell on commission.
rBuslnes altenrtert lo nrnmpllr
STRATTON & MUD.
(Successors toHtratton, Hudson A Clark.)
VIIOL.ESaL.E grocers,
commission merchants,
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinoia
WOOD RITTENHOUSE,
FLOUR
AND
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
Cairo, Illinois.
JOHN R. PHILL1S & SON,
(Successors to Jno.B. Phillis,)
GENERAL COMMISSION
AND
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
an a
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OATS
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.
cor. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVEE
CAIV" ILL.
D. .MATfIUt". E. C. UUL
MATIIUSS & UHL,
AM Oi NKKAI.
Commission Mkuchants
DEALERS IN
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
Nn. l 4SII14S I.F.VF.K,
MILLER & PARKER,
GENERAL COMMISSION
AND
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
AND
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, otc.
AGENTS for FAIRIIANK'S SCALES
Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLS
CHARLES M. HOWE & CO.,
GENERAL C03fMISS10N
JSP
FORWARDING MERCHANTS.
No. 64 Ohio Loveo,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS;
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