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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1872.
JOHN n. OBERLY, Editor and Publisher.
TERMS OF THE DAILY BULLETIN :
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THE DOLLAR WEEKLY BULLETIN
of Now York ;
FOB VIC mWIDKCT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
TOR RCRKTARY OF 8TATK.
FOR AUDITOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,
FOR STATK TRKASURKR,
OBABLES N. LAN PH 1KB.
FOR ATTORXKY OFKERAL,
JOUN B. EUSTACE.
FOR CLMRK SUFREMK COURT SORTTOIRX
FOR CLERK SUPREME COURT CESTJUL
DAVID A BROWN.
FOR CLERK OF SUPREME COURT SO UTIIERJ
B, A. D. WILBANKS.
FOR CONGRESS EIGHTEEN 111 DISTRICT,
GEORGE W. WALL,
or Perry County.
MEMBER BOARD OF EQUALIZATION,
of Randolph County.
WILLIAM A. LEMMA,
JOHN H. OBEBLY.
We are authorized to announce JOHN Q.
HARMAN a a candidate for Circuit Clerk of
Alexander county, at the ensuing election In
We are authorized to announce R. S. YO
CUM as a candidate for Circuit Clerk ol Al
exander county, at the enuing election In
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY.
We are authorized to announce H. W.
WEBB, ESQ., as a candidate for County At
torney, at the ensuing November election.
We arc authorized to announce P. n.
Pope as a candidate for County Attorney at
he ensulnc November election.
Wo are authorized to announce PETER
SAUP af a candidate for Sheriff at the ensu
ing November election.
We are authorized to announce HAMIL
TON IRVIN aa a candidate for re-election
to the office of Sheriff oi Alexauder county,
We are authorized to announce JOHN
IL GOSSMAN as a candidate for re-election
to the office of Coroner, subject to the decis-
viou .r k imo oratio Convention
Small-pox is alarmingly on tlio In
crease in Washington city.
Hon. Willis B. Machen, lately ap
pointed to fill the vacancy in the United
States senate, created by the death of Hon.
Garrett Davis, was a member of the Con
federate congress: Ho lives in the First
congressional district, Kentucky.
Dr H. E. Muhleniiero, United States
collector of internal revenue in Lancaster,
Pa., has been arrested in that city on a
complaint made by an election judge of
the Eighth ward, that the said Muhlen
berg bad offered two hundred dollars
to tie judgo if he would stuff tho ballot
box to rcduco Buckalew's majority in that
ward to one hundred. This is a whole
some specimen of the manner in which
the Pennsylvania election was carried for
"Blaine of Maine" whose Earns fig
ures so prominently among the list of
men with whom stock in the Pacific rail
road was placed, turns out to be, not
Speaker Blaine, but Speaker Blaino's
brother. Tbo publication of this fact ex
onerates Speaker Blaine from complicity
tn'tbat particular fraud, but keeps it
all In the family just the same. There
are moro ways of getting into a house
than going in at tho door. " Blaine of
' Maine " may mean John E. Blaine in
stead of Speaker Blaine, but this fact
doesn't provo that Speaker Blaine did not
share In tho benefits of tho transaction
now so conveniently placed to the credit
of his brother. Maneuver as be will, the
trail of the serpent is over him.
It should be the pleasure, as it is un
doubtedly the duty, of every Democrat
and Liberal Republican who can do so, to
turn out and take part In the Liberal
meeting appointed for this city next Sat
urday. What we want, is a demonstration
of our belief that we are engaged in a
just cause that it is tho part of every true
Liberal to work for the success of his
principles, in tbo triumph of which he
ill cot only overthrow a bad administra
tion but will assist in putting in power the
man who ensures to the country a good
one. What we want is an illustration of
our profound belief that the salvation of
the republic depends on the defeat of Rad
icalism of our sincere conviction that
four years moro of Gen. Grant at tho head
of the government will bo dangerous to
our liberties and must be fought against
by all honorable means. Wo in
vito our friends, then, of the
city, of the county and of the district to
meet with us. Egypt has not been be
hindhand in proclaiming her adoption of
the Liberal cause. Let us show our ene
mies a bold front and evince our deter
mination to fight for the cause we belicvo
in so heartily. In this section we have
no fear of tho result in November wo
will send Wall to congress, give Gov
Koerncra rousing voto and compliment
our candidate for president witb a hand
some majority. This is the feeling of
every Liberal Republican and Democrat
in the district. Wo counsel them to como
to the meeting on Saturday then as an
earnest of their intentions in November.
Come one, come all. Come, men, women
and children. Como singly and in
crowds. Come with banners and without
them. There must be no backdown in
the present contest. We may be safe
here, but our example will spread far and
wide, and help on the good cause in other
districts. We expect a big meeting. We
must have it. Liberals and Democrats
of Egypt, your post of duty on Saturday
is in Cairo.
box. In Totine for reDresentatives to tho
legislature, if tho voter Intends to givo
more than one vole to any candidate, ho
shall express that fntentlon on the ballot
in figures, In either of the following
for bis I
John Smith. John Smith .
John Jones, John Jones
John Brown. I
John Smith .... . 2 John Brown 3
John Jones, 1
The first form will be counted as one
vote for each candidate. If more persons
are designated on a ballot for any office
than there are persons to be elected to
that office, or if more votes or parU of
votes are designated on a ballot for repre
sentatives than the voter is entitled to
vote, such part of the ticket shall not bo
counted for any candidate. Thus, if a
voter desires to voto three votes for one
candidate for representative, be must erase
tne names or all other candidates irom
his ballot, and must bear in mind that ho
can only vote three votes, and must ap
portion the same on the ballot before vol-
Those entitled to vote are: "All malo
adulu having resided one year in the state,
ninety days in the county, nd thirty days
in toe election district preceding the elec
tion." Any iudee of election who shall open
any ballot beforo putting it in tho box, or
permit a person to vote not legally quali
fied, or refuse to receive the vote of a per
son making tho required proof, who aball
receive or count more than one ballot for
each voter, or neglect to take the oath and
perform the duties required of him, shall
be fined f 1,090 and imprisoned ono year in
the county jail.
The persons appointed inspectors of
election shall serve as registers of voters,
and shall meet at tho usual place of
voting in their respective precincts, on
Tuesday, three weeks preceding the
election, and record tbo names of all
persons who may be legal voters in that
precinct. A second meeting of the board,
op the Tuesday of the week preceding the
election, shall be held to make corrections
and additions to said Hit.
Voters must register and must vote in
the precincts where they reside on the 6th
vi vritvvui, auia. a. mil wv well lur nil
residents, therefore, to examine the boun
daries or their several precincts, And see
that their names are registered.
The war that for a space did fall,
Now trebly thundering swells the gale,
And Greeley is the cry !
THE NEW ELECTION LAW.
The forcing of a man like Uartranft on
the peoplo of Pennsylvania as their cov
entor, by tho Grant government, is one of
me greatest outrages or the age Ex
And the "Grant government" intend to
read John W. Forney out of their party
for protesting against the outrage beforo it
was committed. Tho jubilant Radical
friends of the president have concluded
that tbeycan get along without Forney
since they achieved tho Pennsylvania
election over his opposition and influence.
Tub oil wells of Pennsylvania, which
have been pumped sevon days in tbo week
heretofore, are to be pumped only six
horeafter. Tho too fluent supply of the
fluid has reduced the prico too low to suit
the pockets of the oil merchants, who have
now concluded that it will return them
moro money to work their wells and
laborers six days and rest thorn on tho
seventh than to work them continuously
the seven days of the week. Nothing is
easier than to servo tho Lord when self-
interest points the way.
The Cincinnati 'Enquirer! makes the
following oitimate of tho presidential re
W shall carry all tho south, probably
t.L . 1 . ! . i.f i t
wiia w aitwpwuu ui .Mississippi and
Southern vote 124
New York 35
New Jersey 0
Our Homo Advertisers.
irreYEM. tihwabe, etc,
A. H A L L E Y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
and Hollow War. Clothes Wringers Toile
War, Coil llods, FireShottla, Air Oans.
TIN ZINC, COPPER AND SHEE1
No. 166 Washington-avenue
WRoofiag. Guttering, and all kinds ofjo
work don al shortest noticb. lebldtf
TO TUB IFUBIDIO.
Anticipating a decline In prices of
of all kinds and desirous that our cus
tomer should know we arc determined
to carry.'out our promises of cheap printing
we feel it our duty to make n
REDUCTION IN FORMER PRICES
beltclng that n steady increase of bushiest
win lie nn equivalent.
A itli our long experience In business nud
together with our advantages In tho
purchase and 'election of Hock, our
customers may rest assured we will try
to merit a continuance ol their very liberal
patronage. We Invite your attention to the
following revised list ol
PRICES FOR JOB WORK.
on good 14 lb paper, neatly executed ac
cording to size pcrM $4 WtoO 50. For other
qualities add the difference In the cost of the
33 33 if "w.a.:r,:m:
LIBERAL AND DEMOCRATIC
There are but three hundred and sixty
seven electoral votes. This would give
Orant one hundred and seven-two votes
snaJoritf of twenty-three for Mr. Gree-
..( . '. mm cum vim sun ui swsukj-vtie. wmcu
INTERESTING FACTS FOR VOT
The new or consolidated election law of
this state makes many important changes
In the mannor of conducting elections,
says the Chicago 'Tribune,' and it is im-
poriani mat an concerned shall fully un
derstand what must be done and what can
ue done lawfully in the premises :
First, the persons to be voted for are :
Twenty-one electors of president and
vice-president, to bo chosen by general
ticket throughout the state; a governor,
icufccukuvguveraor, secretary or state,
auditor of public accounts, treasuror, and
attorney general, to be elected bv tho
state at large, each officer to serve four
years, except the treasurer, whose term of
omco is iwo years a clerk or tho supreme
court in each oi the three grand divisions
of tho state, to servo for six years ; a
mcmuvi ui ma iiutj senate ana tnree rep
resentatives in each of the nftv-onn n.
atorial districts of the itate. twnnt.flv
of the senators to serve four years each,
uu incui;.ii teunvyri anu an too rep
resentatives to servo two vears each .
membor of coucress to be elected in eph
of the nineteen congressional districts; a
sheriff and coroner in each county, to
serve two vears each: a clerk nf th cir
cuit court in each county, to servo four
years; a state's attorney in each county,
iu lono jour yuars ; a memoer or the state
board of equalization in each of tho nine.
teen congressional districts.
The judges and clerks of election, be
fore receiving any vote, shall take the
oath prescribed by law, and, If no justico
of the peaco bo present, shall administer
iuo um 10 eacn otnor, and the ract or such
oath being takon shall bo recorded in tho
The polls shall bo opened at 8 o'clock a.
m., and continue open until 7 p. m, when
they shall bo closed. Before recoivlng
votes, tbo box shall be oponed and exam
ined, and shall then bo locked and nnt
opened again until tbo closo of the polls.
An important change in tbo law is thus
The manner of voting shall bo by ballot.
The ballot shall bo printed or written, or
"' I'liuiou uuu partly written, upon
plain paper, with tho name of each candi
date voted for, and the title of tho offices.
When the ballot In printed, the same thall
be printed upon plain paper, in plain type,
in UralKht lines, wlthu blank space below
cacu name, or a will th not leu than cimal
In tlm l-llltl, nf.l.K I ... i.i.i . .
. " " mm "i which mo name u
This puts an end to tbo groat fraud of
tho engraved tickets, and secures to voters,
lor the tlrst time In many years, the op
portunity of changing their ballots to suit
themselves. The law also provides that
the names of candidates voted for shall be
printed or written upon the same ballot
wl h the title or tho office, and this seems
to include the practice, of u.ln
The law provides that, "After the opening
of the polls, no adjournment shall t n h.X
nor shall any recess be taken, until all the
votes cut at such election shall have been
counted, and the result publicly announced-"
Tho mode of counting the htllnu !
alto changed, and tho following course
The board Khali proceed to count, and cs-
.,; r: i'"" ' .votes anu. wnen tno
Meof e,e?t,on,' .hK.Pen anJ rcl the
tickets, each clerk shall carefully mark
lii v me vutek eacn can
didate received, in a separate column pre
pared for that purpose,' with the iame of
such candidate at the bead ol ucb column
and the office designated by the vote such
candidate sbaU 1111; MKU
Tbe tickets are to be counted from tbo
EVERY STOVE IS GUARANTEED
TO OIVE A MORE UNIFORM AND PLEASANT
HEAT, TO USE LESS WOOD, ARE MORE
CAREFULLY FITTED, ARE MORE
EASILY AND CHEAPLY MOUNTED,
ARE UNDER MORE PERFECT
CONTROL, HAVE A STRONOER
Utvc better satisfaction, and fold for a
Less i'rtcc than any
SHEET IRON- PARLOR STOVE
in the market. Sold by
EXCELSIOR MANDF'G COMPANY
AND ALL LIVE STOVE DEALERS
C. W. HENDERSON,
Cairo, - Ills,
Saturday, October 19.
The Liberal Republicans and Democrats of
Cairo send irrcetinir to their rrirnilu In SnnHi.
ern Illinois; Mlsnouri and Kentucky the as
surance that thev sre still iinillemiivi.il in
theirMruggle for reform and truth and an
invitation to join mem in a
at Cairo on the 19th Instant. The fol
lowing dlstinguUhed oratorn have
promised to be present and address the
GOV. B. GRATZ BROWN
HON. JOHN YOUNG BROWN
HON. LYMAN TRUMBULL
nON. W. W. O'BRIEN and J. L.D.
MORRISON of Illinois.
Sceral bands of music will eiilivm th
occasion; and there will be a
at night. Tbo
GREELEY AND BROWN OLUDS
In the neighboring towns are requested to
come in a body.
ni. -i i .. ,,. .
im iiinim oi reconciliation anu rcrorm
must not waver. Come and Ictus counsel
together for the grand battlo in November.
On Eighth Street, between Commercial and Wuh
ngton Arenuei, is dally recelrin
NEW MILLINERY 'GOODS
LATEST 8PEINO AND SUMMER STYLES
lieames a lull line of
B03ST3srETS &c HATS
ITriramed sod untrimmed,
FHENCfl FLOWERS. RIBBONS, TRIMMINGS
of all kinds. Laces, etc., etc.
Mrs. McOee hu also a lrt ajtortment o
runcj Aruciei, sucn as
NECK TLS. COLLARH. UNDERSLEEVES,
HUffS, DA9UU, rAio,
And all other articles uiuilly found In a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mrs. McOee, In addition to her stock of Fancy
oa mimnery iionui, nu r nne and complete aa
portmenl ol Cincinnati Custom M&le l.adlea
nd Misses' Hboea and Chlldrens' Boots. Ulaclc
and in Colors. These are acknowledged to be
tne finest and best shoes in the market, ar.d Ihls
the only place in tbe city that makes them a
MRS. M. SWANDER,
has opened out an extensive stock of
All ot which are entirely new and of the Terr
LATEST SPRING GOODS.
THE STOCK COMPRISES
HATS, SfcNNETS RIBBONS,
And an elegant assortment ui
LACKS, VHINOE8, KID OLOVEB, U08IEI1Y
and all articles usually kept In a first-class mil
Mrs, Hwander Inrltes the public to call and in
pc:i ner siock, wmen sue win laae pleasure
hwlna to old as well as new cuitorrem.
BILLIARD SALOON AND RAH
JOHN ttATEH, Proprietor.
lOfl Commercial Avenue, CAIRO, JLMNOIr
Best brand of Callfo UCIiiarslu receiw).
UII.MAHO Kaloon furnished with the l.cM
of tables : and bar supplied with wine, llquort
uuu uitfure ui ijiiiiiuii. unui'ii.
U lb paper. Hat Cap or same nualit!
Folio l'ost, per 31 fct OutoO 00 ; per one-1
ti oo to n IH.
per M ?." OOtoT 00, according to size and
quality of paper j peronc-halfM $3 OOtot 00.
a.. 1 ... . I A f J I AA... .A nn.A..t
Ull U1U1WU1J B1U 7 VTIUJ LTV.
ing to siyio anu quality, commercial per ji
pcrM. according to Mzc and weight, $5 OOto
i 00: per one-half M, according to size and
wcigm, ww w.
per M $3 OOtoi 00, according to order.
furnished retail at wholesale price.1. Charge
for printing, (1 OOto'J M per I.
of every size and quality furnished at whole-
Mie prices and pnmeu at tne vcryioei
CARDS AND TICKETS
of cverv description made from cood lirlstol
Hoard at the unusually low rate of ii Wto." 00
per M, nccordltg to size and style.
POSTE IE& S
lull sheet, halfsheet. nuartcr sheet, eighth
sheet and sixteenth heet at from $3 00 to
"n nn tier 51.
liy a careiui examination oi tue nuovc iim
our patrons win unu mat our
PBICES ABB LOWBB
than those ot any establishment ot the kind
in &t. Louis, Cincinnati or imcago.
Husinc" men will llnd the Hullktin the
best advertising medium in .Southern Ji III
(sheet 20x10. 8 column-) 1 furnished to sul-
scntiers at tne low rate oi
ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR
and now has a larger subscription llt In
.Southern Illlnoi, Jlikouri ami Kentucky
than any paper ever before published In
Cairo, and new clubs are coming In cery
Corner Twenty-second street and Ohio
SUPERIOR STEAM DRIED CORN
Always on hand, and at the lowest market
pnee. Also a goou article or
imOTHKH!;, or apply at the killl.
Our Homo Advertisers.
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS HALLIDAY BROTHERS,
CharUirsxl March si, tst.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. U. S AFFORD, President ;
S. S. TAYLOIL. Vice-President;
H. in SLOP, SecreUry and Treasurer.
P. M. Bsaciar, Cms. Oitionsa,
f. H. TOcsrirrM, Pavt o. Bcbch,
B. II. Ctkkisobam, u. P. Hiuioat,
DcpoclU Of SUST ASHOSlBlt RsMMlwed IrM
real sessiai usswatrau.
JMTEKE3T paid on deposit at the rate ol six
percent, per annum, Match island Beplem
r 1st. Interest not withdrawn Is rrfdiwl innu.
dlately to the principal of the deposits, thereby
MARRIED WOMEK AND CUILDKIH MAT
so that no oss sua cm oaiw it.
Open ererr business dar from 9 a.m. to S n.m..
nd Baturdav eTenin lor HAVING DEPOSITb
only, from ( to o'clock.
auoii w. uToLOr, Treasurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
CAPITAL, - . 1100.000
W. P. rULLUUY, President!
II EN (IT L. I1ALL1DAT, Vice-Presided;
A. M.HAFFORl), Cashier;
WALTER UYSLOP, Assistant Cashier,
Htsits TtTtoa, Rosiit It. Ccssisaum,
Iissmr lj. IIIUIUI, w, I'. llllLIDST,
Oco. 1). Wiu.uso, Htsrins Hiau
A. B, BarroiD.
BsrJtaaT, Colli and Ualld Ntalea
Bosnia Boasht ud Hold.
KPOHITB recelred, and a general Unking
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DAMP.!. 11URD, Vrreldenti
ROBERT. MIL..", t. Vu.fre.l,leal
C. X HUGHES. Caahler.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE,
T1XCIIANGE, coin, bank notes and Vmtti
XU state securities bouint ana soia.
Inlrrswt Allowed oss Tttne Dcpoattsw
mHIBTV-NINTII rtoort of the condition
J. the Firtt Nslloiul Hank of Cairo, Illinois, at the
cioic oi uinncts ucioixr jo, ia.i
lyjsnt and diicounu.. . t CO.211 01
Overdrafts..... 1,I 1
u. b. IMndi to secure clrcuutlon vr:,v,
U. S. bond, and lecuritiei on
hind-.. 3,2rw 03
Other ttocki, bonds and mort.
(tas - 10,U) 00
lAje irom reaeeming ana re
serve agent .. 26,1't IA
Due from other national banks,.. C.711 l'i
tuc frcm basks and bankers-. 3.C7H
Keal esuie...... ............ 8,'Jl
Furniture amd fixtures 3fS.t3 VJ
Current expenses 3,010 If)
Cash items. Including rerenut
sumps-. -.. W V)
Taies paid - M i'J
Cash on hand In coin I76 ifl
Currency...... 32,111 1.' Ztfif! 4J
.... e,u) to
.. !I,(JUU W
.... 101, U0 30
PARKER & BLAKE,
WALL PAPER. PAINT.5,
l'ctly, Beoatlor, (Jsuollnr,
And the celebrated illuminating
liltOSS' UUILDIN'?, COP llTn-ST. A COM
Caiko, .... Ilinois.
LIME I 0EMENT !
CAPE GIRARDEAU AND ILLIAU.
Commorcial-av., Foot of Elovonth-st.
Doit qualltv of Lime and Cement ul
ways on hand, and for salo at tho
very lowest figures for cash.
' DANIEL LAMPERT,
FOR LADIES, 5IEN aNL CHILDREN,
Eighth St,, Ut. Com. & 'NVahii.,
Has Jut opened a new and stylish cstab
llklimcnt, fully up to tho times, and Invites
old customers und new, ladles, children and
all, to fuvor him with thulr patronage.
t3T All work done In the Latest Stylo.
NO. 104 COMUKRCIAL AVENUK,
Both Frkkcii and Scotch cahbimeiipa
all colors. He avers andKOAiLc w
consUnUy on hand, and allgoo.lswarrihtVi,
In all Its branches also carried an
SALOON AND READING ROOMS
Corner 7th street and uts't !" ut nm
Commercial Av. " K 1 tAl s "MICK.
PARKER & MONTAGUE
..JSTThp best brands of Cigars, cholc
V1nes, Liquors, etc., always on hand tl
r. III HEXFORD, .... Proprlitt'T
Cor. Ohio Lkvee & Skcohp St.
t,nT.?,'t onveya to and from De
Pot " dc-0 tf.
HENRY H. MEYER,
DECORATIVE, SIGN and ORNAMENTAL
GRAINING AND MARBLING
ot overy Doscrlptlou,
DECORATING AND GILDING
in every style, plain and ornamental,
Particular attention paid to Glass GlUlInu
Orders solicited for Scenery, Frescoo and
FANCY GLASS SHOW CARDS
Gilt, plain and ornamental, AU work In
trusted to my care will be promptly at
tended to. Shop in Perry House, corner I
Commercial avenue and fclfbth street.
Cap'tal stock -. -
Kxchanjce, inierest, profit and loss......
Urculailon outstanding ......
Individual deposits -.,
State of Illinois. Alexander countv. ss.
1, Daniel Hurd, president of the first TNational
lunx oi uiro, uo soiemiy swear tnat tne above suit
ment is true to tne best cl my knowledge and beliet.
(ubscribed and sworn to before me Ihls Tenth day
oi ucioocr, i " i
UIAS. CUNNINGHAM, Notary Public,
Correct Attest :
II MEYER", )
HOB" I". W. MILLER, Directors,
l). uuku, j
EI'ORT of the condition of the Cltv National
Bank of Cairo, at Cairo. In the state of Illinois at
close of business October 3d, IS72.
Iians and discounts 22,?t7 Ci
Overdrafts - .. 3,1 eO ti
U S. bonds to secure circula
tion - IDO.Wfl 00
U. S. bonds on hand 'i'.CVJ 00
Other slocks, bonds and mort
cages - 3,000 73
uw irom rcaecming and re
serve ajents l(M,0fl M
Due from national banks 31,137 tl
Due from state banks and bank
ers 21,1(0 04 157,300 SI
flanking house 23.MJO (W
Other real estate 1U,UJ) OU 35. Off) W
Current expenses 2,'J70 M
Taies paid lii U)
i asn items. Including sumps., 4,377 78
Hills of national banks 1,70 00
Fractional currency, Including
nickels 2,til GO
Specie, coin s.uHi al
Legal tender notes 21X) (X) ZHfiM HI
Capital stock paid In 100,000 00
v l S3,UUU w
Interest...... n.473 S'J
rront ana loss 21.03J 1 XiMl 02
Circulation outstanding jo OX) (f)
Individual deposits aw'tol an
wuc to siaie oanu ana bankers. 7,000 67
!isir.rilllnnU.r,,.,u.raT i- -- W4.07 !
I, A II, SalTord, cashier of the City National Bank
rtf fa lre dn sa !. .l.. .1 l . .
r w mMTinm me aoove svuumcm
s. s v n mi ui 111 y KnawieaKe ana Dciicis
- A. II. SAKFOkll ra.rtUf.
Subscribed and jwora to before me thli lOthdayof
'). I). WILLIAMSON, Directors,
IS. 1. 11AI.UIUAV, I
jj BOAT SUTOKEia j
0Js Lith Oaib, Ilu
oasaaa roarri.T runs
COHMMMlen ARB reRWAKDINO.
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
And Ants of
IIIO R1TXK AND KAKAWHA
"0 Ohio Levee,
JOHN B. PIILLIS A SON,
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
ton. TENTIl-ST. am OHIO LKVK
WOOD UlTTENUUUSfi V RRO.,
General Commission Merchants
133 OHIO LEVEE,
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS fob FAIRHANK'S SCALES
Ohio Levee. CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
J. M. 1'IIILLIPS & CO.,
(Successors to E. B. llendncs A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
Liberal AdfsDcernenls mads e2Y
upon Consignments. C1
Are prerarfd to rtlTe, stor ami lonrsrd
frelKhts to all point and buy and
sell on commission,
(EBusiness aitrnded to promptly;
STRATTON & BIRD,
(Successors to titration, Hudson A Clark,)
57 Ohio Loveo, Cairo, Illinois
DEALBE X2T XilttEl
Ckiiint, Plabtkr Pabis,
NO. 71 OHIO LKVKE, UNDKR CITV NATION
JSTKor tlio purpose of liulldlng up a
wholcBalo trade In Cairo, I will sell to Jeal
ers and contractors In lott of CO barrels and
upward, at manufacturing prices, adding
Cairo, August 13, 1872.
R. A. Cunningham. Felix Citoss.
.Succcsporn to Loncrgun & Ciiiiiilngliain,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
ANU IIKAI.EII3 IN
AND MILL FEED.
Vf. M. WILLIAMS, JAS. KIN8LKV,
Ule of Vicksburg, Miss. Lata ol CIn'II.J
- W. M. WILLIAMS & CO,,
SPECIAL RAILROAD, STEAMBOAT AND
FORWABDINO AND COMMISSION
65, OHIO LXVXE,