THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1872.
JOHN II. OBKRf.Y, Kdltor and Publisher.
TERMS OFTIIK DAILY IIULLETJN:
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Three months. . . 2J
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THE DOLLAR WEEKLY BULLETIN
John II. Oberly ha reduced the inscrip
tion price of the Wkkkly Cairo Hullktin
I o One Dollar per annum, making It tho
cheapest paperpublishcdln Southern Illinois.
of Now York ;
FOB TICK FRE8IDENT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
FOR SECRETARY OF STATE.
. FOR AUDITOR OF rUBI.IC ACCOUNTS,
FOR HTATK TREASURER,
CHARLES N. LANPHIER.
FOR ATTORNEY OFNETUL,
JOHN B. EUSTACE.
FOB CLERK SUPREME COURT NORTHERN
FOB CLERK SUPREME COURT CENTRAL
DAVID A BROWN.
FOR CLERK OF SUPREME COURT SOUTHERN
R. A. D. WILBANKS.
congressional committee from alt parts
of the country, counseling Incroued ac
tivity and oipresslng confidence in the
oloctlon of Horaco Qroolty In Norember.
And 10 do the loading Llboral Ropubll-cam."
FOR CONGRESS EIGHTEENTH DISTRICT,
GEORGE W. WALL,
of Perry County.
MEMBER BOARD OF EQUALIZATION.
of Randolph County.
WILLIAM A. LEMMA,
JOHN H. OBERLY.
Wc are authorized to announce JOHN Q.
11AKMAN a a candidate for Circuit Clerk of
Alexander county, at the ensuing election in
Wo arc authorized to announce R. S. YO
CUM an a candidate for Circuit Clerk ol Al
exandcr county, at the ensuing election In
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY.
Wc are authorized to announce II. W.
WEBB, ESQ., aa candidate for County At
torney, at the ensuing November election.
We are authorized to announce 1. II.
POPE as a candidate for County Attorney at
he ensuing November elcntlon.
We are authorized to announce PETER
8AUP ax a candldato for Sheriff at the emu
tag November election.
We arc authorized to announce HAMIL
TON IRVIN aa a candldato for re-election
to the office of Sheriff of Alexaudcr county.
We are authorized to announce JOHN
31. OOSSMAN as a candldato for re-election
to the office of Coroner, subject to the decls
lon of the Democratic Convention
B. Uratz Brown speaks in Decatur
on the 30th of this month.
Morton, it is said, is to make four cam
paign speeches in this stato.
Atlanta, Georgia, has had an " alfair
' of honor " in which ono of tho antago
nists was probably fatally wounded.
Get ready, Liberal friend, for tho con
test Tuesday week. We must labor horo
in Cairo if wo hope to gain a decided
Muhleniiero, tho' United States col
lector arrested at Lancaster, Pennsylva
nia, for attempting to bribo an election
Judge, Is a brother-in-law of Simon Cameron.
William Howell Davis, youngest
on of Jefferson Davis, ez-preiidont of tho
late Southern confederacy, died at Mem
phis last week. The boy, says tho "Ap
peal," was of beautiful appearance, with
unusual intellectual gifts, manly boyond
Simon Cameron, who owns Pennsyl
vania, is about to declare war on Forney.
Cameron, it is said, intends to start a Rad
ical paper in Philadelphia and break
down the "Press." If this is so, the strug
gle between the rival papers will be live
ly and Interesting, as family quarrols al
The official majority of Hendricks in
Indiana, reported first at something over
eight hundred, is now put down at nearly
twelve bundrod,and It Is probable that It is
some hundreds greater than this. In one
township which gave a largo Republican
majority, it has been ascertained that nei
ther judges nor clerks were sworn, and the
vote will vory likely be thrown out.
Tub Ku-klux report, limed by the
government at a cost of many thousands
of dollars, is found to be useless as It is,
and last week some six thousand volumes
were taken to the paper mill. As an ad
ministration document, the report was a
flat failure, but as it was printed at the
expense of the government, the Radicals
don't Btourn over the money thrown away.
A Washington lettor writer, who it Is
to bt supposed knows wheroof be speaks,
writes as follows: '-Tho vory best and
' wisest men of tho Democratic party
'those who have sustained the Cincinnati
and Baltimore nominations most ably
'Ml baartily by voice, pen, and money
Wlefrapn and write encouragingly to tbe
One of tho grounds on which the Grant
party has taken to itself great tnorlt, is the
way in which it claims the public finances
have been managed by Grant's secretary
of tho treasury. While his party
would have the public believe that finan
cial affairs are in a satisfactory condition,
we find tho Philadelphia board
of trado "considering the expediency
'of petitioning Socrolary Boutwoll
1 to relievo tho monoy market by purchas-
'log $44,000,000 of the interest-bearing
'debt with a like amount of legal tondots
'retired by Secretary MoCullough." Tho
action of the Philadelphia board of trade
savors of dissatisfaction with tho polioy of
the secrotary of the treasury, and is in fact
a practical contradiction of tho oft-repeated
assortion that Grant's management
of tho finances has boon ncceptablo to tho
business mon of tho country.
The Radical leaders in this city are pre
paring to havo cast at the approaching
election a large number of fraudulent
negro votes. Tfaoy have procurod tho
presence in this city, by the same means
employed by the Hadlcalsof Pennsylvania
and Indiana, of negroes who havo hero
nolther "a local habitation nor a name," and
It Is tho intention to have the votes of
theso men put into the ballot-box on
Tuesday eek. Already the names ot
many of theso negroes havo been regis
tered. Seven who aro registered as voters
at Osceola aro also registered hore, and
othors who havo no moro right to vote in
Cairo than the man in tho moon, have pre
pared themselves to do so. Soveral of them
havo already been spotted, and, if they
porslst in their determination to vote, may
enjoy tho pleasure of a few years impris
onment in tho penitentiary.
As we havo said, tho whito Radicals of
tho city aro aiding and abetting the
negroes in their preparations to voto
fraudulent ballots in this city. We know
of Instances of whito Radicals deliberately
making affidavits that negroes had boon
in tho Stato a year upon their statemont
that thoy had been, and without any otbor
information on which to base tboir belief.
Mr. Nellis,the Radical judgo of tho North
Cairo precinct, in order to got a negro's
namo on tho register, held that tho oath
was that the person making tbe affidavit
verily believed tho applicant for registra
tion or to voto had been in tho
state a year, and that such belief might be
based upon information obtained from the
applicant himsolf. For instance : a negro
who had been in Cairo several months ap
plied to bo registered. He was required to
furnish proof that ho had been in tho stato
a year. His own oath would not do. Tho
law requiros the affidavit of a voter of his
own precinct. Ho declared to the judges
that there was no msn in the precinct that
could mako such oath that no one in the
precinct had boon acquainted with him a
year. But Mr. Nellis held that if ho would
find some negro or white man who beliovod
htm to bo a truthful man aud would toll
such a person that ho had been in tbo
stato a year, and such person believed
him, such person could swear that he had
been a resident of the stato as he, tho affi
davit-maker, verily believed. If this is a
correct construction of tbe law, thon tbo
law is a farce I
What do tbo Liberals propose to do
about this Y Tbo man who makes such an
affidavit is guilty, in our opinion, of per
jury, and should bo arrestod and put upon
his trial. It Is in the powor of tho Lib
orals to obtain tbo necessary information in
regard to proposed fraudulent votes and
tbey may prevent them from being de
posited if thoy have tho courage to do so,
Tho men who make affidavits upon insuf.
llciont information, white or black, Rad
ical or Liberal, should be promptly ar
rested, and tbe person of
fering to voto who is not en
titled to voto should promptly be
put into tbo clutches of tho law. Tho
name of oach negro in Cairo and his
place of resldonco should bo procurod be
fore election day, lists should be put Into
tbo hands of challengers nt tbo polls,
every doubtful vote should bo challenged,
and the lists will, in most instances, fur
nish tbe basis for an action in tho courts
against both Radical perjurers and Radi
We havo suggested tho necessary course
to protect the ballot box in Cairo from
corruption. Will the Liberal managers
promptly act upon It, or do thoy proposo
to allow the election to go by default ?
THE TENNESSEE TRIANGLE.
JOHNSON, CHEATHAM AND MAY
NARD AT LEBANON.
support. And standing In tho dense mass
all around thectand were those who could
not be afforded accommodation In the trto
topi. All sorts of people were on band ;
young, old, middle-aged, whito, black,
college students and confederate con.
scripts. A sprinkling of negroes woro also
presont, and tho best behaved men on tho
The crowd was greatly in favor of
Johnson, but the Cheatham interest was
vory noisy. What thoy lackod in numbers
thoy mado up in noiso.
Cheatham opened. He did not conQno
himself to his manuscript, but dabbed
about here and thero, bringing to tho sur
face a fragment of Johnson's record
Ho dwelt at length upon tho murder of
Mrs. Surratt. Johnson had done it; tho
blood of that poor woman was upon his
bands. Hero broko in a numbor of voices,
singing out as follows :
"Hurrah for Mrs. Surratt."
" Johnson tho woman-killer ; ho's worso
than Bon. Butlor."
" He was a traitor to tho South. You
stood by us, old Frank. Hurrah for Cheat
A man on a cedar limb, directly over
Johnson's head, sung out, '-G d d n
Andy Johnson, tho traitor; hurrah for
Cheatham I" Great cheering and con
fusion. A. J. did not look up, although
cedar sprigs woro falling all ovor his head
from tho shaking limbs above.
Genorsl Cheatham branched on" on to
tho military government. Old men had
been sent to tbe ponltentiary for no other
cause than that they loved tho South.
Moro interruption, and cries of "Givo it
to the old rascal I" "Hit him again I"
"Down with tho woman-murderer 1"
"Wo'll stand by old Frank, for ho stood
by us I"
This sort of mixed spoaking continued
for some llmo. The general would talk
awhilo and then tho crowd would put in
energetic If not olegant words of approba
tion. Tho Johnson men soon cot tired of
this and bogan to cry for "Old Andy."
"Come up, Andy, don't be atraid."
"Wo'll stand to you." "You've got tho
crowd," and so on.
Cheatham read from n speech made
during tho war, in which ho snoko of tho
dead Southern soldiers as boing in "ig
"Ho can't get out of it," said the speaker,
oxcitedly ; "He said it." Cries of "That's
so;" "wo'll show him." "Givo it to tho
d d old demagogue" "Stand up to him,
Matters went on in this shape for about
half an hour, wnon Cheatham sat down,
having said about all ho could think of.
When Johnson rose thero were cheers,
hoots, yells, and cries of all descriptions.
Ho looked around upon his noisy audience
for a moment, waiting for thorn to exhaust.
He was told not to be afraid by somo ono
wno tnougnt no was Hesitating through
a disinclination to proceed. "Afraid?"
said he ; "no, thoso oyes havo never yet
beheld tho man who Inspired this heart
When Johnson was defending his courso
during the war, he was met with a tempest
of condemnation and approbation. Whilo
mis was going on, an old man, pretty
drunk, rode up, shouting, "Hurra for
John Bell and the brlmstonc-heatcr!"
After he had got through with John Bell
and tho "hoator," ho shook his fist at
Johnson, shouting: "Ob, yes, G d d n
you ; you went over to tbo North and
helped them to steal our property."
Hoots, yell, laughter, applauso, curses,
and blessings wero all mixed up togethor.
But Johnson kept pounding away at his
argument, turning his eyos occasionally to
those swinging limbs over his head, to see
if there was any danger of their tumbling
down upon him.
Tho whiskoy and rumpus boro its legit
imate fruit a fight. This took placo near
tho stand. Men began to pound each
other over the head. Tho center of tho
fight shifted back and forth, tho combat
ants being surrounded by a great jam of
humanity. Men who wanted " to tako n
band," as thoy called it, rushed in, whilo
thoso in who did not want a hand rushed
out. Maynard stroked his silvery but
foeble whiskers, Johnson looked on with
sour indignation, whilo Cheatham com
manded that thoy desist, or ho would como
down and whip tbom all.
Tbe belligerents woro finally separated
and taken to different parts of tho grove,
whoro tbey could not find one another.
Mr. Johnson continued his speech, und got
through with tbe rest of it withous serious
It is a cuiious fact, but a truo ono, that
Maynard's speech was more attentively
listened to than eitbor Cheatham's or
Johnson's. Party feeling horo between
the supporters of the two Democrats is
moro intense than against tho Radicals.
Consequently, Maynard slips along easily.
Wbon he gives Johnson a die tho Cheatb-
amites cheer, and when ho digs Cheatham
tne Jonnsonitcs applaud. Tins makes it
pleasant for Mr. Maynard. no rather
seems to enjoy it. Ho thinks it a cood
joke that be is tho second choice of both
Johnson and Cheatham.
Our Homo Advertisers.
MRS. Mod EE,
On Eighth Street, between Commercial and Wash
nttton Arenues, Is dailr reoeltlnf
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATEST FALL AND WINTKR STYLES,
llcaitles a lull line of
BonsrasriEOTs & hats
ITnmtnod and untnmmerf,
dlENCU FLOWERS, HtUtlONd, TIUMMIN09
of Ml kind. Laces, etc., eto.
Mrs. MeOea has also a large assortment o
Fiincr Articles, such as
NECK TI'sM, COLLARS. UNDERflLEEVES,
And all other articles usually found In a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINKRY STORE
Mm. McOee. In addition lo her stock of Fancr
and Millinery floods, Iim a Ann and complete rue
sortment ot Cincinnati Custom Mu le Ladles
Ind Misses Bhoea and Children' Hoot, Mack
anil In Colors. Theso are acknowledged to be
trio finest and best shoes In the market, ar.d Slits
the only place In tho city that makes them a
MRS. M. SWANDER,
his opened out an extecsiTe stock of
All ot which are entirely new and of the Terr
LATEST SPRING GOODS.
THE STOCK COMPRISE!)
HATS. BONNETS RIBBONS,
And an elegant assortment ui
LACES, FRINOK8, KID OLOVK8, UOSIKRT
and all articles usually kept In a flrst-class mil
Mr. Kwander Invites the public tooall and !n
neither stock, wlueh she will take pleasure lu
liowlng tn old aa well aa new cuxtoir ere.
MTOVEN. TIM W AKE, KS C,
EI 33 13 3? Wj-IRIM:
t s ran .a. riEt r
Lebanon (Oct. 10,) Correspondence or the
Tbo speaking took place in a cedar
BIV ,nc,r t0W0, A UrK6 crowd 8ther
ea In from tbe country, and marched out
to tbo grove liko an army going to war.
1 he cedars wore rather thick; and tbe
stand was rather hlirh. r),in ...
the branches. A great many men climb-
wvi uj. luw un aurrounaing trees. It was
a curtail sight. The limbs immediately
oyer tbe stage bad all the men tbey could
From now until the Orst of January we
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The prico per quire of tamo books
In fit. Louis, ut the cheapest manu
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is :. ei mi
Six quires and upward, page lOJxlO,
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Six quires and upward, page 12x10,
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Price pcrquiro VnSt.'LouU.''.'.'.!!.'!!! $2 60
vriuci iuuag proportionately cneap,
MATERIAL AND WORKMANSHIP
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Music, Mwratlnea ana that clas of hooka
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A COMPARISON OF OUR PRICES Wrm
OTHER ESTABLISHMENTS "
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tf. JOHN H. OUEK1.Y. Pronrietor.
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1 5, O O O, O O O.
Furnished n practical solution of it to 010
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FOLLY OF NEGLECTING IT
Seen In poverty and suffering of multitudes
overtaken by calamity.
CHARTERED IN 1S10.
CASH CAPITAL, 81,000,000
During sixty years of eventful 'experience,
has shown ubillty to incut every conceivable
ASSETS Sept. 1, 187'-'.
Cash on hand anil cash itcin.. . $103,128 M
Prcin. In cour.-e of tratiMiiK-lon,, littjOOO 00
Loans on bond aud mortgage,
(1st Hen) M!U27 13
Real Estate 418,176 IX)
Storks and homN al market
value 001,001 0
Losses in proccs of adjustment.. $185,084 81
llii'luc" derived from national source.
Stability imalk'ctecl ly local tii-ater.
AVERAGE CASH INCOME, $7,000 per day.
A1I IjUsIiil'-i traii-actloiH conducted (in
ba,-is of prudence, safety and coimucrcla
INQUIRE FOR HARTFORD POLICIES
Of agent" in all towns and cltle-.
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Agents ibr Cairo and vicinity.
FIRE AND MARINE
1 3ST S TT IR, J 1ST a E!
NIAGARA, N. Y.,
OERMANIA, N. Y.,
Assets I.OCSJJl 78
HANOVER, N. Y.,
..728 m OU
KErUIlLIC, N. Y.,
Asuets 7HJW KJ
Comprising the Underwriters' Afcency,
Y0NKER8, N. Y.,
Asset 678 'A M
viremen'b YVHV, 8. V.,
Assets. . C7B.SOJ US
SECURITY, N. Y. MARINE,
Utoies, Dwellings, Furniture, Hulls and Car
Koes, insured ut rales as favi'rabloaa sound, per
msnent security will wsrranU
l respectfully ak or (lie cltltens oi uairo,
share of their patronage.
e. sr. iicaiiKH.
TEUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
of chicago, illinois
JOHN A. HUOK, -U.
A. C. Kksino,
Tlio best orsanlted
(lie northwest. The o
soloes n cash surrende
and securest company in
nly company which guar-
CARL L. THOMAS, Gen. Ao't,
28dlr for Cairn anil vicinity
W. H, Morris,
II. II. Candee
No. Pub. and U. B. Horn
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK
1 1ST SITE A IET C IB.
ABsets 16,549,60! 97
NOUTH AMERICA, I'A
Assets 12,783,000 00
Assets 12,64 4,210 72
Assets (1,781,148 8J
Assets (1,353,898 17
Assets (615,073 88
Asset (168,278 43
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO,,
Asset (600,000 0
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL, LIFE,
A'SOts $30,000,000 00
TRAVELERS', HARTFORD, LIFE AND
Assets (1,600.000 00
RAILWAY PAH8ENOERS ASSURANCE
VSiets , 1500.000 00
HA 1 KB.
Chartered Marcts 81, 1800,
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. II. 8AFFOHD. President;
H. S. TAYLOR, Vice-President;
H. Hi SLOP, Secretary and Treasurer.
P. M. IUactAT, CniS. QAtioiisi,
R. II , CCKSIKOIIAK, II. p. Uaimpat,
J. M. Pmttirs.
Depoalta at assy Amount Received from
Tess CessM Dpwnrda.
TNTKREST paid on deposits at the rate o I six
jk. vcm.. ffvi muuuiii, mnrcu miaou Depreul-
Itiir la, hi n.A.I . i, I 1 1 1. .1 I - - a l '
d lately tolho principal of the deposits, thereby
gtylng them compound interest.
SIAHHIKIi WOMEN AND CHILDREN If AT
SO tUAT HO Oilt IUI CAW tAW IT.
Ooen every buflineaa .lav rvnm u m. tn q n.m
and Haturdar etonm lor HAVING DKPOSITb
onlj, from 6 in s o'clock.
uuh r. 11 iaijtir, Treasurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
(1AIKO, I I.I.I No IN
CAPITAL, 7 . $100,000
W. P. IIALLIDAY, President;
HKNHT L. IIALLIDAY, Vice-President:
A. H. HAFKOHD, Cannier i
WALTER liYHI.OP, Assistant Cashier.
Htsats Taylob, Rosiar U. Cmxixsiutt,
Hiset L. llAiLiruT, w. P. Hallway,
tiso. D. Willumsok, Htsphik Hub
A. II. Hirroau.
EarhaBKo, Colo nnd Vnlled NMfea
Itondx ILoiibIK nnd Hold.
EPOSITS) recelel, and a general banking
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
1UNIHL IIUHI). resldent
HUHEKT. MIL.iBt. Vlc-i.l're.l leat
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADK.
EXCHANCK, coin, hank nots and Unltei
Htatee eecuritlea Umaht and sold.
Itilerenl Allowed an Time DepanlU.
. , -. , .
THIRTV-NINTH report of the condition o
the Flm National llank of Cairo," Illinois, at the
close orbuslniss October 3d, ii'i.
Loan and discounts
U. S. Itondi to itcure circulation
U. S. tiondt and securities on
Other stocks, bonds and mort-
Due from redeeming and re
Due from other national banks...
Due from banks and bankers...
Furniture amd future,
Cash items, including revenue
Cash on hand in coin 1,STG 07
Currency 3i,lll ii SifiSl 'j
I ui.'Jtl Kl
Cap'Ul stock IKO.Wi (o
KchanRe, Interest, profit and toss C.WH 40
Circulation outstanding Wyxiu 00
Individual deposits 10H,lG 30
State of Illinois, Alexander county, is.
I, Daniel Hurd, president of the First fMational
Bank of Cairo, do solemly swear that the above state
inent Is true to the best ef my knowledge and belief.
t , ... D. HURD, President.
r-ubscrtbed and sworn to before me this Tenth day
of October, Ifi7L'. '
UIAS. CUNNINGHAM, Notary Public.
Correct Attest :
II ME VERS, ")
ROII-r. W. MILLER, V Directors.
D. HURD, J
REPORT of the condition of the City National
llank of Cairo, at Cairo, in the state of Illinois at
close of business October 3d, 167.2,
Loans anil discounts
U. S, bonds to secure circula
tion U. S. bonds on hand
Other stocks, bonds and mort
gages Due from redeeming and re-
serve agents IIM.Ot 61
Due from national banks 31,137 i'J
Due from state banksandbank.
21,103 01 157.30C 81
Rankinz house ?a nm rm
Other real estate 10.UO 00
Cash Items, Including stamps., 4,677 78
Pills of national banks I 700 00
Fractional currency, Including
nickels... 2,327 u
Specie, coin 6.8CO til
Legal tender notes 21,000 00
J, 1 to 11
Capital stock paid in
urnus mnu ,
Interest...... 1173 a9
Profit and lots Z,ViiW M.'J
Due to sute banks and bankers.
State f llllnM. . - ""
I, A. II, Salford, cashier of the Clay National Bank
u ,nf;r,n' fol'.n,?ly y!' ,,h',., ,,,e above statement
.- . .... iy KiiuwieuKC anu ucllcl.
c, ., , , A. 11, SAFFORD, Cashier,
October isr Cn1 " befre me thl 10thJa'of
Correc't-Aue,,!'- CANDEE. No
It. H. CUNNINGHAM,-)
fcJAFFORD, MORRIS & OANDEE,
71 Ohio Levee.
Vltf National Bank, CAIRO, ILL.
NEW LIVERY STABLE
BETWEEN WABH'N AVENUE AND WALNU1
D r. II. K. Fields Informs tne public that he has
LIVE It Y STABLE,
on the northwest aide of Tenth street as named
His Stables will be furnished with none but the
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
?w!LHl0r IV1''"? m"y 1,0 nccommodatotl'ot nil
hours of the day nntl night with safe teams
on the lowest terms.
Dr. Fields nsks 11 share of public patronage,
and yi 1 endeavor to merit It by fair Ucalfiiff
aud strict attention to business.
Our Homo Advertisers.
COMMMleif AND rORWABDINQ.
FORWARDINQ and COMMISSION
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
And Agents of
!!IO RIVER AND KANAWHA
70 Ohio Levkk,
DHALBB 1 1ST LIMB
Cement, Plaster Pahih,
1'LASTK HE R'S HAIR,
NO. 71 OHIO LKVEK, UNDER CITV NATION
A I. HANK.
tSTHor the iiurposo of liulIdliiL' up a
wholesale trado In Cairo, I will sell to deal
m and contractors In lot of 60 barrels and
upward, at manufacturing prices, addlni;
I ru Ik lit. '
Cairo. August 13, 1872.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Hucceesors to K. It. Hendncsa A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
Liberal Adrancernents made
Are pre,arrd to receive, store and forward
freights to all point and bay and
sell on commission,
Wllusiness attended lo prompUr;
WOOD RITTEN HOUSE & BHO.,
General Comniission Merchants
133 OHIO LEVKK,
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS roR FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio Levee, CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
STRATTON & BIRD,
(Huccesaora toHtratlon, Hudson A Clark,)
57 Ohio Levee. Cairo, Illinois.
JOHN ii, PHLLIS & SON,
(Buccessorsto John II. Phlllu.)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Cor. TENTU-ST. imi OHIO LEVE
It. A. Cunningham. Felix Cross.
CUNNINGHAM & CROSS,
Successors to Lonergan & Cunningham,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AND DEALERS IN
3HLA."Y" OATS, COIST
ANI) MILL FEED.
IRO - ILLINOIS
t, V, MATHUSS.i
I, 0 .UIIL
MATHUSS & UHL,
Commissi on Merc hantb
JAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
MO. M MI uni.
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