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OFPICB, BTriiXiI0TI3r BTTIIjIMlsrca-, COB. 12TH 8TEEET A.3ST33 WASHIN-QTOIT
JOHN H. OBERLY & CO., PROPRIETORS.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1872.
Our Homo Advortisers.
On Eigh th Street, between Commsrilal and Wash
ington Avenues, ii dally receiving
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
KANSAS CITY TRAGEDY.
THE VEIL OP MYSTERY LIFTED
FROM THE MIDNIGHT MURDER
OF W. 11. DROWN.
LATIIT IPR1NO AND 8UMMIB STTLXI.
Besides a full lint of
(Trimmed and uatrlmmed,
PBKNCa FLOWEIW, RIBBONS, TRIMMIN09
or nil kinds, Ucn, etc., cto.
Mr. McfJeo ha also a larg aeaortment of
'BOCy Article, SUCll M
NECK T1EH. COLLARS, UNDEHflLEEVKS,
HUrru, HAUHE9, FA.NS.i
And ill other Article usually loond In a,
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mrs. Mcflee, In addition to her Mock of Fancy
nl Milliner? floods, has a fin" end cumtilete as
sortment ol Cincinnati Custom Made Ledlea
and Misses' Shoes and Children!' lloots. Black
and In Colore. These are acknowledged to I
the flneet and bett shoes in the market, ar.d thin
la the only place In the city that make litem a
MitS. M. S WANDER,
ha opened out an extensive stock of
All ol which are entirely new and of the very
LATEST SPRING GOODS.
HATS, BONNETS RIBBONS,
And an elegant assortment of
LACKS. r I.N OUt, KID GLOVES, HOSIIHY
and all articlee usually kept in a Ant-elm mil
lire. Kwendtr Invitee the public tu call and in-
llex'l tier aioca, wiiirn sue win iasr ifuuio iu
showing to old aa well aa new cusion-ers.
TELL TALE LETTERS IN THE
BANK THE MURDERED
II. T. GEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
. JAs riXTVBEft,
Oaa fitter'! ana Plumber's material, Weo
ump, (lube and ancle valve, atop
cocka, check valves, etc.
A Leo aeiar roa
-T TnfU Bralbera rat en 8 Dry Omm Meter
And Horeheuee, Welle A Co'a Aatomatio Weui
Indicator atidbupply valve for steam boilers.
WIVTXB'S BLOCK, COMWRRCIAL-ATRKD
For Stlo At Wholesale or Retail
COBNKB S2D-8TRKET AND OHIO LIVE
cvlltf P. BAUBLE
H. LKTY A CO. PAY TUB HI0UI8T MARKET
Below will be found the corrected Hit
of price pmid by H. Levy A Co., for
hide, fun, feather, wool, tallow, bees
wr, and U kind of country produce.
Levy fc Co. do a very large trade in their
line, and it i a well known tact that they
alway pay the highest price to bo ob
tained In tbt market, 3 bey are now
, Mink $2 00a 2 45
Wihl Rat CO
11 nine Cut 10 a 15
Otter 5 00 a7 0O
Rear Skin. 2 00 a O 00
Heaver, ner nound 60 a 70
inns. PER FOUND!
Deer Skin 2.7j,3.7i
Reef Hide, Dry Salt li
Green Salt 'Jauj
Tallow, psr pound ,?It
v..th. " 60 a 05
Wool, ' o.70
TUesJar 25 a 28
The above price lilt i lubjectto correc
"Ti:m:e jb mokby.
A fine sleek of Watches. Clooke, Jewelry, and
Spectacles. Particular attention given to all
kinds or watch repairing. The public are solid-
ted to call and compare prices and chargee. role
agent for Karl Zlmmermaa'e eelebratdd walclea.
Aa a flnewatch they are enu.l t0 'd L' I
celled ly none In thla market, Presentation
w atchea a re"aiu iriineny o'. ,,6 d
Prom the Kernel City Times.
Tho late murder of Col. Urown. who
waiihot down in hi yard lait Friday
night, liai continued to be a theme of in
tureit with all clawc of our citUenn, and
baa offered a One Hold for letevtlve tal
ent, had any of our Weitcrn amateurs in
that line poiteiicd the ambition to
have prompted them to take up tho cue
left behind by tho murdered man, and
tracked tho blood-italncd footttep home
to the aiiatxina.
The!' Time' in it renort of tho murder.
declined to publish anything in any way
calculated to cait a (hade upon the memo
ry of the deccaeed, and by that meant pal
liate and offer indirect justification for tho
enormity of Friday nijrtit tail, fuels and
diicoverie since the morning after the
murder now leave litllo, ir any dounva to
the cause leading to the murder. Our re
porter, detailed for tho purpose, has been
able, after considerable effort, tu Rather up
thu following circumstances collected with
the late murder:
It auoeara that Mr. Urown haa bad can.
siderablo domestic difficulty in his family,
growing out of hi too intimate acquaint
ance wuii agin nameasaiue urown. xuls g car.
girt wa unaer ni care ana protection,
and while under hi care wa ruined. He
teem to have been completely infatuated
by nils girl, and judging rrom tome of bi
letter and a tort of diary found after hi
death, he was afraid of tome harm befall
ing hi in by her bund.
Among some paper that tne murdered
man deposited at the Commercial bank in
thla city, la one entitled "Hallie Brown'
Sayings.' This paper, wrilteu by Brown
tiiiuieir, contains a number or petulant,
threatening expreeiioni in ado to hitn, such
as " I wish you were dead;" "I never
shall bo satisfied until I tee you dead:"
" if you were on your dying bed I would
not come near you," and a numbor of si
milar expreuioiia purporting to have been
made toward him by Mie Brown nt var
Besides thU diary of "Sullie Brown's
Savincr, ' there was deposited in the bank
a lot of miscellaneous letters and scraps of
paper, some with and some without signa
tures. These paper are from two per
son, a man and a woman, and all of them
centain more or let threatening languago
concerning thi Sallie Brown. The letter
are dated through a period of tuoro than a
ear, and the last one bear the Kama
City postmark of March 28tb. The wo
man writing these letter dgncd herself a
Annio Ballew. a sister of Sallie Brown.
The man is either tho father or brother of
the girl. In all of theio letters
are epen or implied threats
on. the part of Annio Ballew
and her brother, if certain demands and
implied promises on the part or Urown
wore not complied with. In one of these
brealenliig letters thu turn of one thous
and dollar I mentioned as tho price uf
"satisfaction ;" in another and others lha
demands for money are smuiler. In the
last one Annio Hallow appears to be wil
ling to accept $300 dollar damages on the
part of her sister, 100 to bo in cash and
the baianco in lour notes or each, to
be paid at certain specified periods. These
notes appear to have been given, as upon
a strip of paper thcro is a memorandum
stating the time these notes will fall due.
Somu of these note have been truccd up
and are now in the possession of thtt
Mention is made soveral time of an
absent brother who wa expected to arrive
oome irom ArKauia Doiorc long, wno
when he arrived, would exact a terrible
Senalty for what is termed in the letter
rown's betrayal of guardianship. The
man' letter bear neither postmark or sig
nature. Thi it tho most bitter and malig
nant of all those left on deposit at tho
bank. It threatens him with pursuit and
death if the writer had to pursue him to
the end oi tho world, inn letter wa
evidently written by one of the murder
ers, but having neither postmark or signa
ture upon it, It cannot be at present traced
to It author, uesiuc tnese threatening
letters und the dairy of ''Salle Brown1
Sayings," is one or two from hi own
friend, reproaching him for liis folly and
infatuation by being led away by '-that
girl." All of those letters and paper,
some fifteen in number, bad been care
fully preserved and laid away in the bank
in anticipation of the terrible and myste
rious end that awaitod him.
Mr. Brown had certainly expectod somo
trouble, and to avoid It as much hs possi
ble, bad disposed of his suburban home
with tho intention of moving to a Baler
location. It I stated on the authority of
a woman who resides very near to the
iceno ot the murder, and who accidentally
overheard tho conversation, that on the
night previous to tho murder, a strange
man rodo up to the house of Colonel
Brown, and wa engaged with him In a very
excited conversation. lie wa heard by
the woman to threaten Brown if certain
Sroinises wero not at once complied with,
ho henrd Mr. Brown say to the atranger
as ho wont away : " You have heard my
answer; now do your worst." iiiuiouow
ini! nlirlit the murder wa committed.
The home of Miss Brown and her lister,
Anna Ballew. is laid to be near Hick
man' mills, In tho southern portion of
JuckBon county, lioth the women are
aupposed to bo there now. Anna Ballew
wns enunuod in the millinery or drcs
making business in this city, but Judging
from somo of her last letters to Brown,
the halt returned to her home in the south
part of this countv.
Tho proper authoritlet have in their
possession fact sufficient to warrant the
arrest of tho suspected parties, and will
no doubt, beiore manv uav. lurntau more
light upon thi very dark lubject. The
corrusDondenco in full will bo furnished
to our readers as soon as it can uo ou
Tai'tsoav Era man, May Z, 1871.
We have nothing of special Importance
connected with the bualneis of the week
to nete. Tho domand for Oats has fallen
off slightly, and the market is a little bet
ter supplied with corn. Prices of both
rule firm. Ha is In light supply and un
changed, and Flour quiet.
The weather has been cool and consid
erable rain has fallon at interval In the
last few day.
Correspondent must bear in mind that
our iniido figure represent price in round
lot from first hands, and outside figures
prices for sale ruado in small lots on or
der. FLOUR The market continues un
changed. Prices rule firm as previously
quoted, demand light. Transactions light
and consist of
300 bbls. Various Grades. 25ill 00
100 " " " on
orders 7 CO 1! 00
BRAN. Wo note sales of
4U sack $22 00
160 " del 23 00
CORN. Is In good demand at quota
tions. The market I a little better tup
plied, prices aro firm and all that arrive
i taken readily. Salts for two days comprise
23 cars, Mixed, in sacks, del
2,600 sacks, Mixed, "...
300 " White, "...
' In sack "...
OATS. The market I rather quiet but
seller hold firm at present price. The
itock Is light and the demand not quite to
active a last week. Sale since last re
view consist of
4 car Southern III., in bulk,
on track 42c
4 can Southern III., in sacks,
1 car Mixed, in sack, del. . . . 47c
4 " Galena, " 4Bic49c
300 tacks, Northern, " 48o
HAY. The market is good for Choice
grades. The supply is light and prices
rule firm. Receipts very light.
2 cars del brought $20 00
5 " mixed & Timothy del ... 24 &020 00
5 " Choice mixed, del 24 00(325 00
2 " " Timothy ' 26 00
BUTTER Is only in moderate de
ruand with plenty in the market.
4 tub Northern sold 20o
4 bucket Choice Northern-.. 20c
500 lb " " 20c
50 bucket good Grais 20c
10 pkgtaccordingloquality. 20c25c
12 ' Choice Northern 25c
1 " creamery 30c
EGGS. The stock i heavy and do
mand alow at quotations. Sale to-day
42 pkgs 12c12)c
1,000 dorwi 12)c
CHICKENS. Modurately active and
plenty in market to supply the demand.
Spring Chicken are coming in slowly.
We report sale of
o dozen Spring, according to
SpriiiL' Choice 2
Timothy, per bushel..
Wlaseei susej Liejatonu
BRANDY Henneeay per tal beat T M
V.gnetto r .. IM
enerrr ... x u to 3 sm
Catawba . 2 60
atk Ciaret per ease ot
WUIHKY Reetlfled.. S3 to 1 M
liourboa 3 00
Kr t 7t
Wheat new I ra
High Wines... 1 OO
Compressed ,; 85
Carnmpreesed 1 It
To New Tork per bbl
to uosion wr foi
rem tilo to.
Flour, per bbi.
Hay, per too
Corn, tier ewt J!
oats. &er cwt ...
Apples, per bW
Pork, per bbl
Whisky, er bbl
From Cairo to
. l 7
Coal Oil per t
Tobacco 1'i-r h
Cotton per bl
SIGN OF THE
St. Louis Advertisements.
T II E
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGT0N-AV
To buy the Celebrated
74 OHIO, LEVEE,
Wholesale and Retail
76 dozen Hon
MKAL. Scarce, active and firm. We
ere unable to obtain full reports of sales.
Those obtained, however, will shoiv the
condition of tho market.
2 cars Steam Dried, del sold at... $3 10
300 bbls " " " 3 10
75 " Fresh, del 3 00
FRUIT. Of small Fruit, the market
now contains Strawberries, Gooseberries
and Cherries. Strawberries nre plenty,
tho supply exceeding the demand, and
they wero retailed to-day at 10 cents a box.
We report sales of 10 case Strawberries
40, sold yesterday.
PROVISIONS. Are Improving and
tho demand is a shade better. Our re
ports for two days consist of
15 bbls Mess Pork $13 25
C000 lbs Clear Side Bacon,
1600 lbs., Clear Side Bacon
packed and del He
1000 lbs., Hams, plain 101c
5 tierces Lard 8)0
SUNDRIES. 10 bbl., Onion (now
crop) $5 50; 5 bbl., new Potatoes $3 25;
60 bbl., Old Potatoes, $3 25
tlOOtetlM per month
A G E N TBI
female, to introduce the the hUeet tmprowd,
moat almple and pet'ect UIIUTTLKSfcwiNd
MACIIINK ever invented. We challenie th
world to compete with It. Price ooly H 00, and
ruiiy warranien iur nio jr, m
Klaatio Lock Riltoli, alike on both aides. The
am aa all I he hlsh priced j shuttle
machlnee. Also. ike celebrated and
...... r-ilMMON MP.MHK VAMIl.TttKWINQ MA
CHINE. Price only II J Vj"! '""i","'!'1
... . Thau majmlnita will atllih. Item.
fell. tack, qutlt. cord, bind, braid and embroider
In a moat eimerlor manner. And sro wsrranted
ti ,in ail work that can be don on any high-priced
maahlna la the world. For clroulara and urmt
address 87 WTNKOOH A CO., 4 Hidie attune,
or P. O, Utt, si Ptilltneipnis, r. e-is, wnw.
Mi. Vsbkoii, Iti.., April II, ltU
SJiltr Cair BulIiiiH s '
Data Hia Please to announce me as a candl
date (at clerk or the Supreme Court, Southern
Urand bulsi n ol Illinois. The new constitution
...... ....,,.r u, .iccteu at the November elee
tlon, Instead of lbs June cleetlen h.r.m,.
The successor or the present incumbents are
to be elected this ooming fall, but will not qualify
....All tl.A Heaaisii A. .ma 1
uuim tin i mj vpirv io (J,
R. A. I). WILBAkllU
Cured " .
(ireen Ca rw lbIJKal
Cure1 ' 14 to fry.
. 7 to 7
Dry Hall .UW
Ubeeppelta t '
Kanaitlia per bbl..
.2 24 1 Ualt
inenal 1 loto 1401 Gunpowder I 00 to 1 60
Oolong biacktUO to I 30 1 Touag Bts'n 1 10 to I to
J era .3(c to 32 Lagnayra...
nio, prime to cnuioe, ..... .......
LARlv In tierces per lb .........
IIAMB Sugar cured" can
Oalaaa susel rotalaas).
Ouions, per kbl3 25 1 Potatoee.cho per bbl 3 at
New York factory new.......
It to IS
PAINT & OIL DEALER.
We keep a lull stock of 1'are Uruge and
AIo a comnlrte line ol toilet article, tin-
1-orleJ and ArnerUanrtoaps,
fogether withe Urge assortment of Drusruii t
An eRectual preventive ot
b'carlet Fever. Slracel. Cat
tie Disease, and all pestilential and couligloin
dlneases. tt Is put up ia paMboard carlon, the
tope of which contain perforations, from which
It can be sprinkled a from a pepper Iwx. Mold
uy ii.ii(v.l,as uivu
The retail price is 25 centa per package,
(Proceedings of the Hoard of Health Olflclal.)
Orrica Uoaan or Hhith, Bt, Loeia, 22.1 May,
1871. The reelilenl physicians states that he haa
used, In the city honpital, the carlmilc ai'id
powder and flndi it the best disinfectant and
destroyer of bugs, ants, cockroaches Aa , ol
which he ha knowledge. Tour committee re
commends the purclwe of thla powder for use
In the hospitals.
(Signed) It. II.O'UItlKN,
Clerk Hoard ol lieallli.
We are now in receipt c f a freih stock of
For Die aeason i aUo a lull line of
Aud Painter Materlali generally.
s WiiA ssrW a
v.r.mvmswssss.sB a nmzm-'j.
ASU IlrT qUAI.ITIKS OK
AND ALL KINDS OK
AT TIIK VKIIY
C12 and G14 North Main Street,
ST. LOUIS, MO.,
Salesrooms of tho
Principal Office 104 Fifth St., Ciu., O
TIIK ONLY RELIABLE flIFT ENTEIIPHISE
IN THE COUNTRY !
S60 odo oo
IN VALUABLE GIFTS
To bo distributed In
Ii . 3D. SIITE'S
155th Regular Monthly
To be drawn Monday, June 3d, U72,
Two Grand Capitals or
$5,000 In Greenbacks!
Two Prizes $1,000 J (
Five Prizes 600 5. i GRKENBACKS
Ten Prizes 100 5-
One Herseand Dugcy wilh silverMnuntnd Hr
ues, worth each.
One fine.toneil ttoewool Piano, worth !500.
Ten family eewing machines, worth SIOU each.
Five heavy caedgold hiintloK atihes and heavy
Eiitit hundred gold and eilver lever liiinllnc
E d chains wonh SJtw each, hive go) I Ainer
Icsn hunting watches woitll S125 rauh. Ten
ladiea com ntinilmc waicno
worth U each.
watehee. In all. wortli fmm 120 to IH0. Ladle
gold loontinw chain', geni'e gold tet rlinlni,
eolld and doiibln plated silver table and tea
npoons. photogruph albuiiK. Jewelry, etc, etc.
to hole number of gilt", l.vu. Tickets limited to
Ait'nts wanted In cell ticket to whom lilx-ral
preintuma will be paid.
Nr.gie tickets one dollar t six tickets five dot
lara; twelve tickets, ten dollare; twenty .til e
Circular containing a full list of prises, a da
acriptlon of the manner ot drawing, and other
Information in reference to the distribution, will
he sent to any one ordering them. All letters
must be addressed to L. V. NINE, Hon, 6U,
orricg, Cincinnati, O.
iui west Mn it.. no..wjuiy
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
Leoai.i.rd iiy Statk Authority and
Drawn in Puiilio in St. Louih.
Grand Singlo Numbor Scheme.
Class K, to ns Drawn May 31, 1872.
6,860 Prizes, Amounting to $300,000.
1 prize of...,
Wi Prises of.....-..' If"
Common House, par dos......
I ouioa 7t
...3 UU to 6 ft
Isttwsi Mat Tallaw t
Ueeswai .. 30 1 Tallow-..
agara aaa lrapa.
SUGAK Now Orleans prims to choice
Crushed and Powdered-..
11 to lie
14K tv Uo
so to as
Do you wish to receive all the benenetlts or
HbTSARATOGA, n. y.,
jA9 BLUK LICK, Kr.
Without the expense or a trip to those resort.
Ifao. apply to its. Ws receive these waters d.
rent from the springe, and aro prepared to Iur.
mah them pure, 10 fc COLD, Fresh aud Lively
rrom our counter. Pereiins living at a distance,
or who wish to have the water in their housea,
ean,be supplied wlthHaratoga in bottles and Blue
Lick in bottles, kegs and osireln. Call and get
circular in retard to the medicinal virtues ol
these noted wateis, -
Tickets $10; Half Ticket, $5: Quarter
Tickets, S2 60.
Our lotteries are charteied by the State, are
always drawn at the time named, and all draw
lugs are under tho supertivion of aworniom
The olticlal drawing will be published In the
At. Louiipaperaand a copy sent to purchaser
Wa will draw a similar scheme the last day of
ejery month during the year ii2,
Itemltut our rik by posinftlce money order,
registered letter, uran or express, eenu ior
registered letter, dra
nar. Auuress, jiuirnn
P. i). box24ii.
MILLKK A CO.,
bt. Louis, Mo.
FOR SALMKraj.jFOR SALE,
ITOR SALE. J KorBal t FOR SALE.
Fare from Livkupool,
Furo from Londcndkhht
Faro from Glaruow,
Fare from Qukknbtowk
TO CAIRO, ;::::::: 482 0
ialtord, Morris A Ca
THE LATEST ARRIVAL OF DRY GOODS
Grand Opening at Cunningham's
Mr. R. H. Cunningham has lately received (And is dally adding tc it) ona of tha
Largest, Finest and most varied itock ot Dry Goods aver brought to thi market.
Every floor of his Commodious Establishment is literally packed with goods. On tha
lever or first floor may be foiiuil
Dress Goods, Hosiery, Gloves, Embroider)' & Fancy Notions,
Of every description, nil of wh'ch will be shown to callnr by the most polite and
attentive salesmen. Among the
WILL it FOUND
nnvvi tt v v.'u
CHINKSK GRASS CLOTHS,
BEAVER BRAND PURE MOHAIR,
BISHOP AND LINEN LAWNS,
PERCALES AND OIQUES
LINEN GOODS, CALICOES, & DOLLY YARDEN PRINTS
Of every variety. Tho stock of ladles
WHITE GOODS, SILKS AND SATINS,
Is full, comploto and fashionable. Among the stock of FANCY GOODS are
elegant Thread and Guipure Laces, Collars and Cutis, Ribbons, Ladles' Neckties
Dolly Vardtn Bows and Gloves.
JOSEPH'S FAR-FAMED KID GLOVES
will le sold at SI 00 per pair, tcarnuifrif. Cunninglmm exhibit a full line of
EIUE H OSIEB Y
Of every description. Fifty dozen pair of tho Balbraggin Silk Embroidered, will
be retailed at from 75 cents to $1 26 por pair. These hoso are Imported, are of Irish
manufacture, and are now counted the best and handsomest In the market. The stock ct
WHITE & COLORED TABLE LIZtTEIN",
SHEETINGS, TOWELING, ETC., ETC.,
Is undoubtedly finer than has ever been brought to this market, and will be found
to contain varieties suited to every tusto and every pocket. Those beautiful OTTO
i . x- nrf . il.t a k in . Ill . . ! .1 ... t.V.!...- 1 . It.i-A. -n,l ti
iUAil Oll."V ,T l.o ajtllr a ru uciu a-iiu a, miwiiisuiuk iuw uguiv., miiu uv
stock of Muslins and Piece Goods, which includes Broadcloths, Casslmere, Ac, is
large and. well selected. Gentlemen can be furnished with all sorts of Underwear,
White Shirts, &c, cf tho very host make. Tho
Which occupies the second floor, contains undoubtedly the most elegant variety
ovir exhibited in this city. Brussol, Tapestry, Three and Two-Ply Matting, Oil
Clotn, Stair Carpets, Rugs,'&c. On thi floor also, is a handsome lino of
SOOTS -A. 23 ID SHOES,
Made in tho latest stylo and sold at low figures; and a fine assortment of
SPRING AND SUMMER HATS AND CAPS.
Mr. Cunirfgham, always studying tho tasto and needs of his patrons and the public
generally, invites them cordially to call and examino his display of Spring and Suffl
mor Goods, satisfied that nowhere else in tho city will they be shown finer good at
lower prices. 4-25dtf
Our Homo Advertisers.
COMMINHIO.N AND FOKWAKDING.
A victim of early Indiscretion, causing nervou
debility, premature deosy, etc., having tried la
vain every advertised remedy, has discovered
simple means or self-cure, which ha will send
n to his fallow siittsrtrs, J , II. Retves, Mo. 71
Kaaeau street, Nsw York. augttwly
Liverpool WSw-Toik and Philadelphia
VSVSa CONTBA0T 1T VHITSO BTSTSS SSITI
For Carrying the MUa.
FOR PASSAOE TICKETS
oa rcavasn ireaisTio
APPLY TO JOIFN G. DALE, Aor.
It Broadway, New.York, arte
Waabington Aveuue, Caire. sots, ji
CLOSE & VINCENT,
EEALEES IIST LIME,
Ckmknt, Plahtkr Paiiin,
Corner Elsjtttb Mlreel aad Ohio Leva,
H. M. HULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
And Dealer in Foreigu FruitH JtNutfl,
No. 134 Commereial-avo.,
Our Homo Advertisers.
Z. D. MXTHU8S.. K. O .UHL
MATI1USS & UHL,
" EOfeWABDIKGh .
Commissi on M e r c hants
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCt
NO. 64 OHIO LEVEE.
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
PRODUCE & COMMISSION
No.7Olalo "Levee, CA1HO, ILLINOIS,
sWrcpeclal attention given to consignments on
WOOD KITTEN HOUSE,
General Commission Merchant
J83 OHIO LEVEE,
MILLER fc PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS tor FAIRBANKS SCALES,
IsloO Lave. OAIBO. ILLINOIS!.
STRATTON & BIRD,
((successors toHtratloo, Hudson A Clark,)
57 Ohio Leveo, Cairo, Illinois
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Successor to K. ft. Hendricta A Co,)
Forwardiug and Commission
Liberal Advancements mad essSga
fjtajgv upon Consfgaineots. &eP
Are prepared to receive, store aad forward
freight to all polnta aad buy aad
sell oa commission,
swrBuslnees attended to pmuptly;
JOHN ! PHLLIS & SON,
(8uccore to Jolia B. Philli,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, fce.,
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