.1 Al 1
m In I
Thk voters, Mack and whlu, who r
preparing lo voto unlawfully In tho up
proachlng election, or attempt to rot
unlawful!, should acquaint Ihomsolvts
with tb election Itw of the state, which
provldts that tho ofTbnso l punishable by
fine not oxollng ono thousand dollars,
Imptlionmcnt not tnoro than ono year, or
A niwrECTAHLt Republican of Qulncy,
after hearing Oglctby's speech In that
city lait week, said if tivo hundred dollars
would dofeat him for governor, ho, (the
resectable ltepubllcan), would willingly
contrlbuto that turn. Thli Is a peclmen
oitbo effect Oglcsby's speech, mado in hit
"happleit stylo," bad on his Republican
lUv. T. K. IIkcciikr, brother of Henry
Ward, and a Liberal In sentiment,
preached a lormon last Sunday night in
Elmlra, Now York, against "fraud at the
'ballot-box, corruption at the polls and
1 unduo influence in cloctions." "It was
'considered says a special dispatch, "a
great blow nt tho administration," and
will not bo without effect, tho Rev. Thomas
K. Bccchor exorcising almost as great In
fluence In his section as Henry Ward
Beech or docs in his.
Anxa Dickinson is lecturing in the
cause of the Liboralf, whoso candldato for
presldont, Horace Greeley, is known to bo
sternly opposed to women assuming any
of the offices or responsibilities of state, now
devolving exclusively upon men. This
sensible littlo woman, who, of courso, on
this subject differs with Horaco Orcolcy,
sinks her pericnal feelings in her devotion
to a great cause, and furnishes an cxamplo
of self-sacrifice which might bo followed
by all tho Bourbons In the land with
credit to themselves and profit to their
As a matter of news, of public interest,
and from asenso of duty, wo re-publish
from tho Chicago 'Tribune,' a special dis
patch from St. Louis lo that paper in
referenco to tho fearful ravages and alarm
ing spread of the small-pox In St. Louis.
The press of that city haro cither porsist
ently dented that there is any causo of
alarm from tbo spread of the disease, or
have been sicnally silent on tho sub-
ject. Whllo tho plaguo has been surely
and rapidly spreading, the flow of travel
to the city has been uninterrupted. Tho
great fair was held, and thousands of peo
ple crowded its grounds, within dangerous
nearness to tho infected districts, and in.
numerable strangers carried away with
them tho teed of tho loatbsomo disease.
In nearly cvory case of small-pox now
under treatment in tbis city, both in tho
pest house and out of it, the disoaso was
contracted in St. Louis, and nearly every
steamboat which leaves that port carries
the contagion to other localities. In truth
St. Louis has been a plague spot of small
pox for months past and tho fact has been
assiduously concealed by her mistaken bus
iness men and short-sighted authorities.
The candid announcement of its presence,
coupled with determined efforts against
its spread would have dono far less harm
to tbo business interests of St. Louis
than tho cocccalraont practiced by its
newspapers and business men has done.
Tho plague whichis torriblo enough,
will now bo magnified by tho people of St.
Louis and other cities a hundrod fold and
will be a power in kcoping away from the
city travellers and trade, which all the
efforts of her authorities will not bo able
soon to overcome.
Tbo unfair treatment of tho 'Democrat'
by the merchants of St. Louis cannot be
too severely condemned. That newspa
per which publishes facts of the kind in
question, with tho purpose of enlisting tho
attention of tbo pooplo in a matter which
affocta tho welfare of every man, woman
and child, should not be regarded as
an enemy of the interests of its city. It
wounds to hoal, A journal which
refuses to sound the note of alarm, for
fear of creating a panic, discovers its nils
tako too late and finds its over
caution was no caution at all.
The true policy of tho press in St. Louis,
and all other cities infected with the
dreadful disease which seems about to
sweep the country, Is to make known tbo
fact; to call tho attention of tho author
ities to tho best remedies for its suppres
sion ; to impross upon the people tho ne
cessity of vaccination, and after that, tho
importance of carefulness in the matter of
dlslnfocUnts, abtoluto cleanliness and
avoidance of contagion. Tho newspaper
which follows this courso at this time, per
forms an imperative duty nothing more,
SUNDAY, October 20.
The nomination of Wilson F. Have
meyor for mayor by tho Reformers of New
York city, is announced.
Princo Napoleon has appealed to the
procuruer general of Franco for redress
against the minister of the interior and
r officials who took part in his expul-
Cbambord has written
ainst the establish-
Miicd her husband and four children, at West
Auckland, Kngland, is now Implicated In a
ecrlcs of other charges, which, If verified,
will prove her to have been a systematic
poisoner from her youth. Cotton,
who died In September, was her
fourth husband. Tho first two had their
Uvea Insured at her Instance, and when they
died of what wis medically certified to bo
gnstrlc fever, she promptly realized her
widow's consolation. Purine tho first mar
rinpe seven children died. The third was
fatal to six more, and tho fourth at West
Auckland had reached Its fifth victim, when
tlil horrililo career of crimo was stopped.
It I' now remembered tltat Cotton's own
mother died under mysterious circum
stances, similar to those noted In all the
other cases. Wlthhcr'athcrc wlllbc twenty
cases of suspicion.
Tho cloth cutters of Baltimoro are
on a strike and tho cutters of New York
havo sent monoy to their relief.
Tho proiidant has authorized tho
sccrotary of stato lo affix tho soal of the
United States to tho postal treaty between
this country and Switzerland.
Tho gallery of a circus in Sheffield,
England, gavo way to-day, precipitating
tho pooplo In it on tho heads of those be
low. Sevonty persons woro Injured more
Tho latest advices from Idaho repre
sent that a general outbreak of the Indians
is imminent. Recently largo numbers
of stock have been driven off from ranches
Acting comptroller of currency has
authorized tho Deserot national bank of
Salt Lake City, Brlgham Young presi
dent, to commenco business under the
national banking system act, with a capi
tal of $200,000.
News from Washington says It Is
generally bclloved that a change is to be
mado In tho Indian policy the Indian to
bo treated hereafter as man in a civilized
community, getting punished and pro
tected according to law.
TUESDAY, October 22.
Ocns. Sherman and Sheridan were in
The wife of Horaco Greeley is lying
at the point of death.
Two hundred families from Alsace
and Lorraine are preparing to settle in
Two passengers wero killed, and a
half dozen others soriously injured by a
railroad accident near Boston to-day.
Gov. Hendricks of Indiana, and Hon.
George H. Pendleton of Ohio, addressed a
political meeting in Chicago tbis evening.
Officer Donahue of Brooklyn, N. Y,
has been convicted of wilful murder, and
sentenced to be hung on tho Cth of Decem
ber. -Complaints, of outrages in Cuba
against Amoricans and American
property, are accumulating at tho state
'The Canadian horse plaguo has ap
peared in New York and other
Eastern cities, causing great con
sternation. Streetr railroad and stage
companies are compelled to lessen the
number of trips, and in New
York tho owners of blooded
stock are taking it out of tho city.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23.
Miss Nellio Grant arrived at New
York city tbis morning on the steamer
Coal is now being shipped from tbo
port of Georgetown, D. C, to India, South
America and tbo West Indies
Tho sixth annual convention of the
Y. M. C. A. of the United States and
Canada met in Fall River, Mass., to-day,
For declining to talk to a supervisor
of elections, another American citizen was
arrested in New York city to-day under
similar circumstances to those under which
Uoinrich was arrested a fow days ago,
Qulot appears to be returning to the
republic of Mexico, and t is thought the
administration of LerdodeTrejada will be
a successful one. Minister Fomenta had
presented' a petition to congress urging
railroad connection with the United
The alarm felt on account of the
horso disease in the East, is increasing,
Sio Jess man seven tnousanu cases are
reported in Now York city to-day
The disease is denominated catarrhal fever
and commences with a cough. In about
thirty-six hours running from the oyesand
nose is developed, and tho horse becomes
weak. Tho affection is thought similar to
tho Canadian epidemic. The epidomlc is
reporiou in unicago tcuay, urty cases
having been made known at the West
Side street car company.
A New York tologram of to-day thus
rofers to tho colony about to be founded in
Virginia by tho emigrants from Alsace
The advance guard of tho large hodv of
uiuiKrammrom Aisucoanu Lorraine, who are
iu M.-UH- in me neiguuoruoou oi Alexandria,
iiu uwkuu uiuru, aim arc now engagca in
prospecting for favorablo cites wherein to
nettle. Some time will lie devoted bv these
emigrant to the inspection of the several
tracts of laud which arc In tho
market in that section of Virginia.
They ilcdlre not less than 4,000
ucrcs In a body, though they would prefer a
much larger quantity, and will be governed
by the price und locution of the land. The
colony now numbers about 200 families, aud
aro skilled in arts, manufactures and farming.
They aro all from that portion of France
captured by tho Prussians in the late war,
and leave their national country for America,
rather than become Prussian subiccu.
They propose to form a Joint stock companj
locate u town and lay out farms, etc. The
mrppfco is to exclude all others from colony
but those who como with them lor a term of
live ycurs, during which time no one of tho
colony will be authorized to dlsposo of any
portion of tho lands purchased and embraced
within their nurvey. If they can be wilted
In Virginia on good terms, they say that
they can Increase their colonv to 2,000 fami
lies without any trouble.
THURSDAY, October 24.
The trial of Mayor Hall of New York,
is now progressing.
Tho German troops havo evacuated
Rheims. Tho French garrison marched
in to-day aaild great rejoicing,
President Grant to-day declared his
intention of sending no more troops into
tho South at present.
Serious floods havo taken place in
Italy. Bridges aro brokenjdown and rail
way communication interrupted.
A riot among the coolies of King
ston, Jamaica, is reported. The police In
terfered and fifteen coolies wore killed.
Ed. Jackson, ono of the negro riotors
in Springfield, has been sentonced to pay a
lino of f 200 and to spend six months in
The attention of tho state depart
ment is now being called to the abuso
constantly persisted in on the part of the
ty German states, of transporting: their
"d murderers and hichw&v miw
'. It is urged that the sec
tervene to promptly arrest
Chief Justsce Chaso, whoso health has
bean reported falling, is now at Froderlck
town Ind., and writes that ho Is Improv
ing. Horaco Warden of Nashville, aged
about 19 years, very emaeiatcd In ap
pearance, was found dead in bed at tho
United States hotel In Loulsvillo to-day.
A New York millionaire's daughter,
Annie Dean, who married her father's
watchman flvo years ago, died In a colored
woman's hovel In Washington city to-day.
A special New York dispatch of tbis
A third arrest of a reticent citizen In hl
own house has been made. This morning
Special Deputy Marshal Bowers, called at
tho residence of Mr. .lohn Curley, No. .Trtil
Pearl street. Bowers said he wa takiiigtbc
censu, and demanded of Mr. Curley to glvo
his name, nee and other facta In relation to
hl ripht to voto. Mr. Curley replied that
he had answered all such questions when his
name was placed upon the rrpiMry. The
deputv marshal said he would
irodUCC a warrniu wr hi hutm 11
o did not ctve the romilrcd information. Mr.
rnrlrv refused, and Bowcra went before
Commissioner Rett and procured a warrant.
Curlev wa arrested In his own house and
taken before Commissioner Belts. Mr. Cur
lev. when he wa arralcned. said he was not
conscious of having committed anyofTenp.
The commlsloner then fixed his ball at one
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THE BROTHERHOOD OF LOCOMO
TIVE ENGINEERS REV. O. II.
FOOTE SMALL-POX THE DIS
EASE ABOUT TO BE DECLARED
EPIDEMIC MURDERS AND SUI-OIDE-J
St. LOUI8, Oct. 20, 1872.
The Brotherhood of locomotive ongin
eers havo been holding their annual bos
lion at Polytechnic ball in this city dur
ing tho past two weeks. During this
time they havo been the recipients of many
hospitalities from our citizens, and have
repeatedly expressed Ibomselvos In un
qualified terms of pleasure at their recep
tion here. Last Sunday ovening, by invi
tation, tbey attonded in a body St. Nicholas
church, corner of Seventeenth und Lucas
Place, where they listened to an interest
ing discourse from Dr. N , In the courso
of which ho paid them a handsomu com-
among tho dolegates from Southern Illinois
Of tho I. C. R. R, Van Is well-known In
Cairo among tho brothors of the "Mystic
Tio," as a royal good fellow who Is ablo
manfully to wield his sword In defonso of
virtuo and in tho causo of humanity. In
ournotlco of tho fair last weok, wo forgot
to mention, that one of the most success"
ful booths, which wero used by bonovolent
societies nnd for church purposes, was ths
ono occupied b) tho ladlos of tho
NORTH rRKSllYTKKIAN CHURCH,
(Rev. O. U. Footo pastor). Their many
friends rallied each day, and swelled up
tho receipts to such an oxtent as to lcavo
them a very handsomo sum that will help
pay for a tlno now organ for tho church,
which they havo long needed. Each day
at tho fair, tho good cfominic and his estim
able lady might havo been socn nt their
booth seeing that all wero refreshed, and
that no ono went away dtisatisllod. Somo
mlscrablo wretch, not having tho fear of
the law, or gospol either, beforo his eyes,
succeeded In abstracting about twetity-flvo
dollars from tho cash box nnd making off
with it beforo the loss was discovered.
In our previous letter we were cry care
ful to abstain from saying anything about the
prevalence of small-pox In our city ; not
wishing to be the first to cry wolf, but now
that the 'Democr.it' and other city papers
havo come out In double leaded articles on
the subject, wo will say that had It not
been for the exertion used by president
Barrett (ofthe fairground association) the dl.
ease would have been declared epidemic muiic
three weeks ago. Commencing In the north
cm part of the city and the filth, dirt and
squalor which grows riot In that section.
It has rapidly spread over the whole city.
Your correspondent was told by one of our
most successful practitioners that we were
the fortieth person he had vaccin
ated that day. and he had over a dozen call
to make that ccnlng for the amc purpose.
The Intelligent portion of the community are
thoroughly affrighted at the rapid spread of
the most loathsamc of all diseases, and aro
using all the preventives in their power,
while still another cla-, embracing many in
telligent people also, strenuously object to
vaccination, ami many, principally German,
are actually withdrawing their children Irom
public schools sooner than have the
vaccine matter Introduced Into their system,
some of them openly proclaim tbey had
rather run the risk of tuning the "schmall
box" than to be vaccinated. The con
sequence is it spreads rapidly from
block to block. It 1 dangerous
to be in the crowded theatre
or church, concert-room or opera. The
crowded horse cars are a tine dl-cmlnator
of the pestilence, and bank bills and po-tal
currency are at a premium In containing and
ommunlcatlng the dl-ua'e. Mem. your
correspondent Is bullet-proof .from contract-
Ins the dl-ordcr from the last named cause.l
Unless the present week llnds the disease on
the decease, we shalll look for tbe mayor to
1'IIOCLAIM IT AN ENDEMIC.
While this may keep some trade away from
the city, yet it is a duty due to the people
in the city as well as persons out of it, to let
tbem know that the disease is stalking gaunt
and grim in our street-, so that they can
"put their houses In order" and prepare to
defend themselves from the.pcstllencc that
smlteth at noonday.
We havo all kinds of epidemics here first
It Is "suicides," when, for a period of weeks
hardly a day passe but some
"Poor unfortunate, weary of breath,
Rashly importunate goes to hi death."
Again it Is shooting, death by gun or pistol
swells the list of murder. The pat week It
is the knife, equally as deadly in its result.
Within the lat ten day no le than live
murders have been committed, all by cut
ting and stabbing. The b't, a night or two
since, In a dance hall, corner of Third ,nd
Almond street. Thl Almond street I tho
lowcs , most lufamou-, murderous hole in
the whole city ; It Is the misfortune of your
correspondent that he is obliged to cros
this sink of crime a number of times each
day, and we never yet have doneV) without
witnessing sccnes'that are, to ay the least,
most repulsive to the eye, On the three
corners of Third and Almond (the fourth
corner Is a vacant lot) stand three lie dens
for the sale ot "lightning benzine" during
the day, and at night in the rear room of
each in addition a dunce hall is filled with
black und white where their midnight orgies
cry aloud to heaven for vengeance. In each
Lone of these saloons a
MURDER HAS BEEN COMMITTED
Within tho past six month, and the lust case
of stabbing (which will probably result fa.
tally) will make u second murder in the
samo den of infamy within the past few
Wo notice a much needed improvement
going on In Main and Second streets, which
aro being relayed their entire length with
Nlcolson pavement. We alo notice that
Fourth street Is being swept with brooms,
tho splints of which aro 'made of steel, und
the street never before has been in as cleanly
a condition us since their Introduction. The
lessees of the stores fronting on cast side ol
Fourth ii nd Washington avenue running
buck to Third street have received notice to
abdicate on or before January next, as the
buildings are to bo torn down and Wash
ington uvciiuu widened to give n larger
outlet for tho new bridge. When this
Is dono Tlcknor ,t C'o's store on tho
west side nfFourth and Washington avenue
will exactly faeo tho approaches of the
bridge, so that you can stand In their store
door and look squarely over the bridge and
across tho river. Tho line weather is being
taken advantage of by the workmen on the
bridge, who swarm over It and aro as busy,
und (In looking up at them from the levee),
much resemble a swarm of bees.
Will commenco at the comer of Third und
Washington avenue, go out the latter to
Eighth street, und out tho same tho Lord
only knows where, for wc don't think the
bridge company (who aro building the same)
do. Eighth street is now being "dug up" and
excavations aro really going on, and wu pre
sume tho bridge and tunnel will both be
done at the same time, which will bu on or
before the deceaso of Susan II, Anthony.
Business has revived tho past week but
monoy is very tight the bunks are overrun
with applications, but llnd it hard work to
ueeo.ninodato even their best patrons.
There has two or three linns "gone under"
tho past week, und It is feared if the present
stress continues more will follow.
Cairo Box and Basket Co.,
Manufacturers of and Dealers in
POPLAR, ASH, CYPRESS
OAK AND WALNUT
Having the solo rlirht In this city to use the
FULTON DRY KILN,
the best Patent Kiln cxtunt, wo aro espe
cially prepared to furnish ut oil times, on
the shortest notice,
THOROUGHLY SEASONED LUMBEU.
Attention Is callod to our stock ol
Our Tlomo Advortiaors.
OK EASY TERMS 1
A valuable farm within seven miles ol
Metropolis, on tho .loncsboro Road, coiist
ing of 200 acres with (V) acres cleared ami
other improvements, now owned and form
erly occupied, by .1. T. Iteiinle,
TKRMb. One-fourth down balance In
one, two and three years notes secured bv
mortgage, with six per cent. Interest.
Il. l he timber Is kooiI and has never
been culled unit no timber will bo permitted
o bo cut or used, except what Is necessary
lor the wear and teur of the place, until niter
the second payment h is been mudo.
rorlnlorinatloii apply to
J. T. RKNNIR
9-3-tf Cairo, 111.
WUUD I WOOD I I WUOD 1 1
Tha undersigned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Aa fhf ,, it not C'lieaiier
had any wood dealer In Cairo, Lcavo order
on the slates at the l'ostotllco and at Ross
coal yard, on Commercial avenue, between
l entil and twelfth streets, Cairo. Illinois. I
give good measure und will cord tho wood
up If desired,
umjio-tf DKNN1S HA LEY.
IULLIARD SALOON AND BAR
ROOM. JOHN UATKN, Proprietor.
106 CnmmerciM Avenue, CAIRO, ILLINOIS'
"est hrnnil of Cllfo UCIwslu recelwJ,
BILLIARD saloon furnished with tho best
of tables : and bar supplied with wines, liquors
and cigars of thonost brands.
SALOON AND READING BOOMS
UOSn1er.raC.0kv:,J WINTER'S BLOCK.
PARKER & MONTAGUE
JSTTho best brands of Cigars, choice
WlFes. Liquors, etc.. always on hand tf
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OITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. B. HAFFORD. President:
S. 8. TAYLOR, Vice-President;
11. Ill SLOP, Secretary and Treasurer.
P. M. rUsciAT, can. OiLiouce,
u '.V H'". I'M'L H. BCHCH,
K. H CCNNINalf AM, a. P. IlALLIHAT,
J. M. Pnittirs.
DepoelU of anjr Amount Received from
Tess Cento Upward.
JNTKKEUT pl.l on deposit, at (he rale ot six
percent, per annum, Msreh 1st anil Beptem
.ii.Mfl' , Interest not withdrawn I f.ii.led llnme
J I!-fit" " l'nnclpl of the depoiltt, thereby
gmni them compound Interest.
UAKHIMI WOMEN AND CIIILlJRBN MAT
SO THAT HO ONI IIJI CAW IlKAW IT.
Oren eterjr business dny from Un.m. to .1 p.m.,
and smurcUr ereninx lor HA VINO DEroSITb
only, from t In s o'clock.
THE CITY NATIONAL
CAPITAL, . ? 00,000
W. I. IUI.I.IHAV. 1're.i.l-ni;
IIK.Mtr L. IIAM.IDAV, Vic.l'r..ldmt:
A. II. MAKKOKD, duliler;
WALT Kit IIVSLOl', AlsUt,t Culner.
Htaath Taiioa, U.r.T II. Cckxkoim,
llnsur L. Halupat, UMMIalmkat,
Oto. I), ttiujuiiij, Hrriir.s Ilui
A. II. B.wmsi'.
r.srhnB, Cain nnd !nlld hutles
Hnd HuaKht and Mold.
ISPftUtTt, ... I - 1 . ....
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
HANH'.I, IIt)KI, vrcsidenti
K01IKKT. MlUit ii4.fe,it,ii
O. ,N. IIUGHKS. Cmnler.
COLLKCTIONS PROM IT LY .M.U)K.
"EIXCIIAMIE, coin. Hnk nut oi Cuilni
JJ amies securities Nouant kiiJ i-oH.
latwat Allowrd mi Time lolt,
FIRE AND MARINE
1 1ST S TJ -A- ZLST O IE
COJf l'A X I EH,
KIAQAHA, N. Y.,
OKKUAMA, N. Y.,
Assets l.OM.TJl 78
HANOVKR, N. tn
A'Mlf ....70 SG3 IM
XEI'UIILIC, N. Yn
Assets 711, MJ
Comprising the Underwriters' Afcency.
YONKKII.H, N. T.,
Assets 878 161 81
Assets 4S3.193 ZS
firemen's fund, b.
Asret 678. SCO Ot
8KCUKITY, V. Y. MAHINE,
.Stores, Dwelling', Furniture. Hulls and Car
K"i-', insured ut rnlet its fsynruhlens sound, per
manent security will warrant.
I respectfully ask of ilm cltltens ol Cairo,
shareof their patronage.
TEUTON'IA LIFE INSURANCE
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
JOHN A. HUCK, - - - President.
C. KNOBKL8DOKFF, - - - Hecrctary.
wIias. Reitz, Hs.vky Wehbk,
A. C, Kkbino, A.Miccii.
Juab. Wkntiie, Ciiah. Vekoha,
Fkancis Lackneii, Cham. Daeolino,
C. Hirsch, "NVm. Rkinhahut,
The hest organized and securest cotnpanr in
the northwest. The only company whlth guar
antees a cash surrender value.
CARL L. THOMAS, Oen. Ao't,
2W1t for Cairo nnd vicinity
W. II. Morrif, II. 11. Cindee
Notary Public No. Pub. and II. H. Com
FIRE, HULL, CARUO, LIVE STOCK
A"et fS.MD.Wl t7
NOHTU AMERICA, PA
As,et $2,783,000 00
A"e,s t2,M,ai0 78
INTERNATIONAL, N. Y
Aot8 11,353,898 17
A""' - 1415,073 88
Aet 1165.278 43
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Aet 1600,000 0
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL, LIFE,
Assets tao.ooo.oon 00
TRAVELERS', HARTFORD, LIFE AND
' te- .
FOKWAIIDING and COMMISSION
, DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
And Agents of
UI0 RIVER AND KANAWHA
70 Ohio Lkvek,
3DBA.IjEia 1 1ST T,T"Tyr"Fl
Ckmknt, Plabtkr Pakw,
PL AS TEREK'S HA IK,
NO. 71 OHIO LKVKE, U.VDKK CITY NATION
A I, HANK.
ZSTVor the purose of liulldliij; up a
wholesale trade In Cairo, I will sell to deal-
Mn,,,iCO".lraetonll",oUorw '""Tel" d
"rght ""'"""eturiin,' prices, adding
Cairo. August 13, 18?j.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Hucce.sors to E. I. !!endrics A Co.)
Forwarding und Commission
Liberal Adfancemenls made
Are prepared lo receit, itore and forward
freights to all points and buy and
tell on commission,
"lliisine ailndd to prnmptlr;
WOOD UITTENHOUSE & BKO.,
General Commission Merchants
133 OHIO LKVKE,
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS LV FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS roii FAlRHANK'ti SCALES
Ohio Levee. CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
STKATTON & HMD,
(Huccessors toHtratlon, Hudson A Clark,)
57 Ohio Lovee. Cairo, Illinois.
JOHN K. PHLLIS & SON,
iKuccessors to John 11. I hllln.)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Con. TENTH -ST. ami OHIO LKVE
R. A. Cunningham. Fki.ix Cross.
CUNNINGHAM & CROSS,
.Successors to Lonergati & Cunningham
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AND DEALERS I.N
AND MILL FEED.
D A LI a I
Om Lkvbk Cairo, III,
osDtaa BOMrTLv ruiiD
IIKAL. ENTATK AOENC1.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
RAILWAY PABSENQER3 ASSURANCE
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